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INTER NATION At AIRWAYS''."
i .Wpa mvNirn rttTrsr
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' mlle he hats amiably with ITS Ambassador Julian f. aarllngtotv (left and Canal zone
tiWi mmi July 3 bfeetste-dinner at the Stranger. Club. Colon.
WldlotovwaenKOv rrea ;
VoScdVr- Juiy'UP)' -v.
M. Molotov, Georgl UTalenkow; nd
Lir- Kganovlch were fired
')',' from their, government pDs.yes-
; terday les ihn 24. nour .aner
they were-outed fronv.. the ruling
bodyof the Soviet Communist, par party."
ty." party." u i. ","
nThe move wi the final disgrace
jnr ihe thr8 men who served
' 11 I I i n i 4 ini I
v, ... iyr.iv in have It sin. eu a-
- ,, .'iL
The still was' no officul ifldi-
eatiort whether, the VantT- party tiaruivi u.. w u lJP
' i- ;, -,v i i ir ..jwmiM. be any changes. r
. .,,).,- f t'
P:r.:3 Ucks Any:
Civil C;'?r.:3 Grcup
Orc:nlzcd Icr Test
.n.m ri1Y net take Dart la a
J"V take placJ sometime next week in
v tiot have a woricaoie organna'
iv If nnnniiced'tbdav.
" f A'spokesman for Panama's Civil
defense -outfts .said today that he
'hati twent mvitea te a recem. jww
for an. exercise next wees in mV"i
the militaty and, civilians; would,
participate ."' .'il,:: 1
, t Panama ii vsJm; invited i to-
lake rxrtin the exercise .which
will Lot about 80 minutes; h said.
tiuTing that time. Zone authorities
nut close traffic-to all streets
which eanpty intd Tourth of July
t'The Panama ispoKesman an
' lackYof an a
- bave to decline the invitation ; to
- i participated C
TWrt--lwo teachers from h
Canii Znne'i elementary .schools
are !oubUB In brass these days.
-they rule .tneir ciais-
rooms vith more or less of an Iras
hand, but evenings' they become
atudents themselves. -.
- AU of them are enrolled at the
.'Ptnam University's evening ses ses-sion.
sion. ses-sion. The Panama Capal, Review
i . .a a 4A!ka
. ,rietr HtT.es. Her ar. a
few sairjies;' introuucuon to pm
; ioiOLH4..--.'ffducuon, to psycaw-
; jyrmciples- of secondary edaca edaca-UM,
UM, edaca-UM, Spanish laavuage and laera-
ture, survey 'of English literature,
hiitory of- the English language.
(elementary Frroco, elementary La La-.
. La-. tii,' botany, apology, physics. Chew
- istry, principle of economics, and
The 32 teacher- who are taking.
tight c1jjci at Panama Universi
ty ere part a rTouof 44 which
.ude-- at Lriverrtv djmg
the W5T "jymmer" session, be-
twecj. Feb.- il aro Ap.- 1). -'
. a ouowtng are tn names tu wi,
tr'u. Icje-ncr w th the Laua A A-nerif
nerif A-nerif a acNocls where they tears:
President' ErhstA d&h Guardii'Jr. Xcenter) wean ft big
- .group"' Would feaVt w face codrt
tri.i. uwii innlnu thwr nar-i
Mnwhllf Aiuttai Mikoyn,;
" t member ef the new rullrf
rup of th, $vlt Cemmimltt.
party, ;Mirf' t U.S.' Embawy
f ayrth r f July .reception t h -t
Motcow'i poUcy wilt -tho-'
lame os iMfere only barter" roW
'that tha 'anti-party f roup" hat
baan puroad. '
A re fVed him "what .c
virl : (Mii li om iw- 1
1 in hn tlii tama it hptoif. onlv
-The correspondent "-"M 'fw
: fta aas
Wbyehahges-?" Mikoyan "( e)c
were the ones
who wanted changed -And A h e y
were in the jninonty and we" were
in the majority.." ; 'ir
. The announcement said merely
that Molotov, Malenkov and Kb-
ganovicnr were 1 'released : it o m
tne cabinet, by a decree' of the
Presidum of the Supreme -Soviet,
the interim steerkig-commttee of
Russia's Parliament, (.
.1, gaierey was ?no ,im mediate men
tion ,of deputy-premiere ,n,p. &a &a-burov
burov &a-burov abu i.6f fervukbm, .who
also, iost theirmembership id ne
ed as a party Presidium KcreU-
r ' V1.. .;!
w j: I
There were iwO' other moves -lateu
to the party ; and g ov c fa-'
ment 'changes, jit; was annbunted
that Communist party leader Ni
kite Khrushchev and Premier Ni Nikolai
kolai Nikolai Jiulganin would start their
Postponed VUit ttt Cjechosloyakia
'They: will be 1 accompanied by.een
chieH : v: es
etVu. Mabel MfFsrqimar, mts. Ij-
ilia-. Gibson, ;rs. Verona. Camp-
i bell.. Craftoa CotviiTe.:
Para iso Elementary-Junior Hiah.''
.Miss-pertha Hjlton,- Mrs. Amy
IBoyce. Mr, Carmen Butchef, Airs,
W. V. u.. u
6tU Mrs. Hyacinth Kirven, Airs,
Daphne Wedderburn," Pable iarveo.
aed Gilbert Burrows. u
SinUCnu Elementary Junior
. v.., ... i m. .w.c
in., tr t w sr w i
George H.milto.. and Harold
Mavis S.T,Pon. fa-ia -OuinlaB. Mrs.
r,iouie emtii, rioio corae. rmap
, -1 f 1 1 n.ki. T lu i :
Daniel, fa mud 5i.ete, jicberto
Kartnn. Svraa Hr-brt 1 n.
r a raio men ocBCKn. Mils i. u.
Scarlett, Miss Blai:r.a Waterman,
A. u. Cx-kbcrn I. D, A!?or.e,
G. v.-RKhards, and W. A. Wsn.
Kair&owcity mpn srtool:
E.s'.ra -t.vnch, AJiss S l-la Me-i
Donall iiri -!a l a-ran. A. C!
. rc,. a. s jo -is Mtvrrun
?:a"fc. Ari-r M-a?e Ho Idee
tocKrum, Uii!wi Anirei, and
i.r4 Kcuu.. r
fLrt fe people know the truth end the
-Malenkov and 1 Kagano-
vlch. this i what haPDened:
MiienKov was urea li t aeputy
premier, a Job a cut aoove Maien
kov'a post, and from bis job as
minister of state control, the min
istry, which supervises Soviet gov
ernment operations; 1 '
; Kaganovicb was fired from" his
10b as a first deputy premier. He
had no" departmental assignment
Ul the chinnt. '. r -''i
To rt1 'aie Matinkov as electric
r-ncr "siMtiorii numsu'r, me
1 1 cine SovRt I ioskJuiii at uail
aIiapi Serfieyvitch'' Pavlenko, Who
had held the jobuntil .1953 when
be was t shoved'" downstairs .-: to
make; way for- Malenkov He be became!
came! became! one of Malenkovs deputies.
later 'was promoted to first depu
ty, and now returns, te nia old 300
in the top spot.. -r J
: lb appeared that Saburov : and
Pervukhin would keep their cabi
net posts for the timei oeing.
Tvo Lock Employes
Record Fc; Courlesy
:4L.i -Jt 2
ili Locks Security-rerce gdt" their hs told tnvestigatora that; Girard
pamefW the -"CongressioSal !UfrCf" f ? omei ata rn &
.-Tn.ntiJLn. fh. r r aTaxho e before. he fired. Rep. aO-
ilMca'when such thing has
nirred to Individual Zonian. tf f
' Th. 7nnian an hnnnrnl 'atari
FriA TRrst and Georse Harter.
botn oi wnom are on auiy.ai mi-.uuiiu uiuh.icu u. Fu.u i -raflorea
Loekaf n fsmart alack v trick", so he could
Th. MMiinniiui the" intrftduc cet a shot-at the woman. : who
fion into the "Congressional Rec-
Fnrd". an Extension of Remarks
Dy ,Kep. jamea Traw.erwr w
rMWtieiiLf'- who.renorted that f
constituent of his. during: a? re-f
cent visit to the Canal, fw a
eatly; impressed by. the -conduct
two Americans. mt. ma eer-
and 'Mr.; George Harter; of
the Leckl"ecurity force.' j
- Peoreseiitatrve rattersen aaaea
a letter from Edward ., Cohen,
Tscasurer Oi the H. C. Cook Com
pany, .Ansonia, Conn.r which said,
in part. "What impressed ps deep deep-lvs
lvs deep-lvs we watched the huge sh'P
going through the'Csaal -was the
integrity and tourtesy mf the locks
seturitv force t Miraflorea Locks,:
esneciaUv the two young' Amen-
rans,. Fred- Ber'est bnd G e, a g e
Harter. . v ."
-"Theao two voonc men extended
te us every courtesy, and patient-
ly answered ouf every -ruesuon
relative to the Canal and not otv otv-lv
lv otv-lv made1 -our visna memorable
one," nut lgaia -axirrea jip u ui
deep sense of patnotism and love
our country,, which we always
eT in foreign lands, .V'.-j-
rwrt it in hit. wwh wtbu
cm is o aptly given. Let us x
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Of Session Today
KEW YORK, July 5 (UP)
JStecks ertende their gains into
new hirh ervl lor 15iT at a
mJf-;e! fctive e-ning todav.lRoviag some trouble with Jaoa
Vednesdsy's rreol.day .' spurt
on increased vo'prr e I'ft tne irnr-lup
ket at a rew 1" 57 tea w attract-
em new hcri" over-.the
In-iepe r .nee Day sautiown. .igeMed he throw soma- shell cas-
ramT xHEAg daily :
PANAMA, R. F.;
All MLy:U U,vs
Results From US
ATOMIC TEST SITE, Nev.,, Ju July
ly July 5 (UP) A monster atomic de
vice nual in sue or possibly a lit
tie- larger than any ever fired,, in
the western hemisphere rocked the
western United States before dawn
today. t 1
-. The highly experimental bomb.
whose exact' yield kept American
scientists guessing until the : mo
ment of detonation, sent an un
bridled shock wave over 2,000 Mar Marines
ines Marines crouched in trenches only
three' and a half miles from the
hellis tirtball that brightened the
sky for more than 1,500 miles..'
' It was in the same general
range as a previous king-size whop
per bomb set 'off here in 1953 and
was a good three and a half times
as violent as old-fashioned A-bombs
that destroyed two Japanese ci cities
ties cities in,,Worlo,War fl
The device was set off exactly
on schedule "at 4:40 a.m. It was
suspended from a helium-filled cap
tive. balloon some 1,500 feet '"a '"a-bovo
bovo '"a-bovo the desert floor of Yucca flat,
75 miles northeast of Las Ver
It exploded with a blinding flash
jnoro than 500 times brighter than
the sud. The flash was visible for
hundreds of miles in all directions
as a tremendous fireball boiled up upward
ward upward in a clear sky.
r.laric These A
t r -f J. r
Oh Your Cclcdar;
- Principal dates for flie coming
srhool veir for the Canal Zone's
U.S. schools were released i last
month from the Division or schooiK
r-.r.iir f'-'V 1- J "nt. '.4, t'( PI I P. I
There Will be four-day holiday
at. Thanksgiving,' Nov.- 28 through
Dec V, a 12-day holiday at ChnsU
mas,: Dec, 21-through an; If .and a
8-day holiday at Easter, March 29
throuah Aoril June 2 is 1Com
mencement Day for thigh ichooll
and Junior college.
WA'ISHTWRTOM Julv S (UPi -1
knirfir. whn uv fit William S.I
'nirard ahoot a- Japanese woman
oc-tmar Burleson said yesterday. 4'
The Texas Democrat .'aaidvln-
formation made available tO MS
I.House Foreign Affairs Subc6m-
died of her wounds. j . K i
Girard'a brother. Louise.' lmme-
lOiaipiy. aaiu uiv cuhimoiuu my-
rv was hittin "below the beIt.'V
Louis GirardTsaid. ?'it;16oks to
me as though a-lot of people in
ouf government are tfyug, to let
off the hook.- '. ,':
"I guess thtf only wsy they think
they can' do that is to" try my
brother before, the public. (What (Whatever
ever (Whatever happened on that firing
range should be brought out in a
court of law. 1 . ,
Girard'a attorneys, however, ob
tained 41 federal court ruling rthat
barred a foreign trial. The Su-'
preme Court wUl hear arguments
Monday on the government's -ap-n
peal of this ruling. ;.
Burleson said he agreed that
Girad should be tried by a U.' S.
military court rather than a Japa Japanese
nese Japanese tribunal. He said the court
martial punishment would be
"considerably more severe than
that meted out .by a Japanese
i Bocauso ol tho controversy ,e
. -ear tho trial, ho. soJdG i r a r d
hat boon pictured as "hero" in
this country whereas Jte, actual-
ly Wsonrod to be pwnishod. ;.;..-
Burleson.' who said be had been
briefed by official sources on the
shooting, told a reporter the ac account
count account he received "will not cause
too many tears aai heartaches for
According to this version,-' Gi Girard
rard Girard and Victor. M. Nieke. both
specialists J-Cr were ordered' to,
guard a -machine gun and tome
field jackets during a training ex exercise
ercise exercise at the Camp Weir range in
Japan. ',-: f
The officers in charge were
ret, civilians who were picking
empty cartridge sneus
eurlc&oa said .xicicei signed a
swora statrment that Girard stg-
I AAaAaia'a'aa'aaT. Ill
eeutUry is tufe -ihrehem Lincoln. r
FRIDAY, JUL 8, J951 J' A
A'AU; A-:i7 ,;;:n.: mff&&ji
.JtMu.f I n I , ,11 .Ml I .1, II- Hill. III.I.MI ... I, '" ' .V vW
,1"""""" 11- 1 1 1 1 . ," '. 1 v;!'.'?-.;.:--!:
Inactive; Some ;
Jobs Lopped rr
, ; ? 1 1,1 v a -',4
t OFF TO THE BIG PARADE Hand in hand these two
yoimgsteri stroll gaily down the street to see the 4th of July
parade in Balboa. They are: IMark Affellranger, 3 and his sis sis-i'ter
i'ter sis-i'ter Leslie, 5, Their parents are Mr. and Mrs: William AfMllran AfMllran-"
" AfMllran-" r ger of Balboa. (P.A. ataff phbto) '
CZ Police Report Mild July 4;
Century Club Gets New Member
j-AH seemed Quiet, on tne Zne
following" ;the one-day ;Fourfb of
juiy noiitisy, w.tnanai one po-
i i.. i e v, i no Serious
actMlt'.us of incidenu of violence
brough). to their attention. "J
In t:anat Zone courts one man,
was convicted ol drunken 'driving,
and, one- was found 'guilty of asr
sauit willl .a deadiv weapon,,, but
jth "latter had been an old case
penamg aince aiia ,,
tings". closer" r fi- their foxhole, so,:
Girard eould.take a shot; at
Japanese wao -came aner uiem;i.
rt't miA Ik tul lt.n
elimbed out with his rifle anc bec-i
kened to the Japanese to ome; aft
er the-.casingsAs.some came- closer..-:
Nickel'aj.statement said,', Gi-
rard put an etnpty case In the gre
nade .launcner on nis rme una .ir-
ed lU'at. a Japanese maB who raa
awayl;; WiS ft&rv
Bnrlesoh aaid Girard .was .-quoted
aa calling to the eiviiiafts -in
Japanesa:" 'Okay;' old1 mat okay,
old womanA Meanwhile,' he re reloaded
loaded reloaded bis irenade launcher", 'Nick 'Nick-el'a
el'a 'Nick-el'a statement said.- -'":; a
I: V A.. Girard had aummoOOO
he Japanese back again," h .'
statomont said, ho ran to -with-.
In about 10 yard el Mrfe Nake;
Sakat; put 1he- rifle-1 hia-ohevle-
Ar tm.i( Mul firoA.-' -': -. "'' i
r. iW'shell casing penetrated her
Iback 'from W.) -' : inches" ; dd
f she bled to death immediately,' at-
cording to tne, account reiatea ny
Burleson;' i! f-w vi'Vy..'!
Nickel said Girard at first asked
the other -Japanese to-. take th,e
woman t way ad asked him to
as nothing about, the-: incident.
Then-they. called. -their lieutenant
who summoned tn Army doctor.
Burleson" said Nickel, gave this
statement after '.originally. ; telling
investigators he; hiid seen nothing
and, had heard -only: one shot.. He
aaid Girard also changed his .'ori .'original
ginal .'original ttoTy;H-.--v
Accordingto -Burleson, ,.: Girard
claimed he was ordered te' clear
the area, of Japanese and intended
te Tire ovef the "woman's ; head.
No one iat-verified, that Girard
was actiigjubder such .ordersf he
said. -'., :'-.-- -" -f
- "All ho' was guarding was one
machine gun and three or tour
field jackets belonging to his com companions,"
panions," companions," Burleson said. "It
would hardly seem necessary that
he shoot at anyone to protect him-,
self or that property, whether tr
not he. kited l to kill. L
"My conclusion la that It was a
smart a leek trick and be should
pay a penalty commensurate with
his childish and smart aleck ac action,
tion, action, but I do think it should be
done by our two otfictals..'.'-
Burleson -s aid the dead woman
was the mother ef several eh il-
dren "and her life was ss'dear
to her as any. other; mother.
f no. i arwnK-oriVing ; conviction
(nvolvod a Panama- Canal vm-
, ploy). Bernard W.) Melntyre.
T"a ' f-..,-i wis i
fii.t j SiwJ ti in bin, a Ma
fiiestrata s Court and Qivun a-fiva-day
jait sentence w h 1 c h
was. suspended on condition- tht 1
he make restitution te the yy yy-:
: yy-: or of a bus, which he ran lit. o
and damaged, within th next 60
'r IL v -fill i, (, rtA -'
The accident occurred on La
Boca Road yesterday at 4: 15 p.m.;
.in' thin ,'lnhf nf .h. ItJ.lk.. T-1i-
....... u.(ll,..Vl .11-. UlPIUUfl. JL VliWB
ine assami case, wnicn was
carried over, to today's session of
tne ur S. uutrict Court at Ancon
from Tuesday's criminal docket,
involved Alcibiades. Guevara, a
former Clumber-at the ty.S. Na
The 36-year-old, Panamanian gdt
into a. fight. With, another worker.
Beatley Rowley, over the. owner-
r ; what appeared to be a recon-
cialiation between the two, they
were .walkingv side by side past a
lathe when- Guevara .grabbed .a
steeL oli.de wrench and began
oeaung nowiey over tne neaa.
? Taken te Gorges Hoapital- Im
mediately, following tho -assault.
- tho victim was found to be suf suffering
fering suffering from htad, and. oar Inju Inju-rios
rios Inju-rios which, required about' thrao
weeks hospitalizations y V'f
iu'ring this time,'1 according; io
Assistant pistrict Attorney,,, M o r
toit Thomson, Rowley ran Up a
bill totalling 1141.50. -yV t
' The government recommended' a
six month penitentiary sentence
lor Guevara, which would" be sus
pended for three-year period on
tha condition thaf the .Navy be re repaid
paid repaid the amount .of, the .hospital
bill within six months. In addition
he asked. Guevara be;fined $200J
Acung on inomson s suggestion,
District Court Judge Cuthrie F.
Crowe .ordered the defendant : to
pay a $200, fine and j m p o s e d
Thom)on's. other recommendations
also.' "-: V1
$2C3 Million Donor
I lugh Kb y Cuilen :
Di3j In Houslon
: Houston: Te., July s ivrZ& hrn Iii
Hugh Roy Cullen.;wbe gave awayiPllble,,briokirflf
, . J .11. J I
died at the aee of It la it ftiffHI
Tr alZJS?"u'inM sobriety testa given to
a.nouncrd Cullen's death was "' ?Z&?i
to cardiac, failure- and cerebral lWaph",'A i:5'
thrombosis. He had entered Or!"1 .b'4JLd i.
. . . ... ... .Vn. m nr. mMirrtA arlmit Hie
hoscpiUl last March 23.
The Houston oilman, one of the
world's most wealthy men,- was
founder and head of the sprawling
discovers, drills for and sells oil (released abou five hours later
He was called the father of the U-when the Automobile- Club of
nivarsity of Houston. (Sou then California jwsted $263
Born-in Denton Cotmty. Tex In, baiL s v. ', '
18gL his formal education stopped Police said Mis Russell, wheat
t-ruintana retroieum Co.. wnicn
after completion of the- t h i r dtclothing lactoded white ballerina
grade. He toe his erst job ia San i
Antonio at.th age of 15, wrap-
ping csndy Icr S3 a week.
The District Public Works Office of the 15th Naval
District at Ft. Amador will be disestablished between now
and Dec. 31, 1957, Naval officials disclosed todav.
It was also announced that the U.S. Naval Station
0t Coco. Solo is also slated for inactivation during thif
period. Coco Solo is presently on what is termed a "par
tial maintenance status.". r
Capt. A. R. St. Angelo, chief of staff and focal rep
resentative of the commandant of the 1 5th Naval District, 1
miu ivuuj iii icjjiy iv u iuuwn mar i is sun roo eariy to i
determine the actual number of military and civilian per. A
sonnej to be affected by these changes.'-"
Unofficially it is understood that
undoubtedly some personnel of the
District Public Works Office will
be found to be in excess of needs
ot the I5tn Naval District during
the comma six months...
; But the DUik oi the work being
penor uieu uiei e wiu cuuuuuc, aim
tne personnel assigned to it will
bo transfered to other echelons
...,i j l. in
in the same, or similar capacities.
St. Angeio eontirmea in lesponse
to a Question that that the Sec
retary of the Navy had announced
the Disestablishment 01 tne miinci
Public; works ijitice. ,r
He also revealed the .fort hcom
iniririitc'ivation utaisolo .au
(It had been confirmed On June
t mat aoout 80 'employee at the
Coco -Soio Station wowd receive
reauction-in-torce notices by the
ena pt iune ana that alter 4-uyl
only about au workers would be
employed thfere.) -f -; iv
Capu SU' Angeld explained today
"Coco Solo is presently In 1 a
partial maintenance-status which
requires minimum personnel lor
security and mamteuance of faci
hues and. utilities determined es
sential to permit occasiouat use y
operating units ''when required v-
"The term inaenvation ctescriav
os a non -operating condition re requiring
quiring requiring physicel protection ef the
property and personnel necessa-
jt ry for periodical Inspections te
insure economical static maint
m nanetw3.'.'.v v--jT."tt-'
"It is too early to determine at
this time the -actual ; number of
military and civilian personnel af
fected by these Changes and it is
sheer speculation to try .and de
termine an effective date ot the
changes; other than during the pe
riod July 1 to Dec 31., 1957." v
The Navy in Washington gave the
following response to inquiries con
cerning contemplated reductions in
the shore establishment at various
points. K .;';'
"Events which have oc cured in
all parts -of the world during
cent months ha ve demonstrated
T HOLLYWOOD. Jul? 5 (UP)
Actress GaU Russell, 32, who last
fall made a comeback by starring
in a film after four, years of diffi difficulties
culties difficulties involving hit-fun and drunk
convictions, a divorce and illness.
wet arrested early;: yesterday as
a drunk dnver. '.-
Police aaid her .1957 convertible
crashed through ..the glass, front
of a resuurant ana puinea a
busboy against a counter..' Miss
Rusell suffered facial bruises and
bus bov Robert Reraolds, 21, a
The dark haired hardUuck
rirl of Hollywood flunked several
boy than anything else. I dont
care what they do to snt," she
said. She was brooked at city jail
on suspicion of drunk driving and
suppers. taa joopnurs. a xreoca
coat and a- scarf, was rvery
cooperative. one sara ana waa
; -.! in 'V- j
the need for continuing to maiatr
aing strong Naval units abroad.
In order to maintain, these forces
overseas, while taking into cogni
sance the rapid rise in costs, and
at the same time execute an ord orderly
erly orderly plan to modify the support
activities, the naval establishment
continuously re surveys it iaefl;
ties both at home and abroad, to
determine how best to accomplish
"Continual adjustments '"within
the support- activities of the Navy
art necessary if we art tev maint r
am the most effective tomb-t' o o-perating
perating o-perating potential w the fjnda ',
and personnel avai.'al.'e in t-
iace,f t inr..i t
the complexity cr new weapu,,
"A task-of this nature is both
complex and time? consuming."
"Tho announcement regarding
facilities' to be disestablished oc
reduced indicates, the -manna ha v
which the; naval establishment' in-;
statutes changes from year to year
ia maintain. ue optimum atreagu
and. capabilities of He aMseratm 1
forces. .vs- ,. ." j
"The- exact: eMails f anOnoj ' S
dotea ef isestabliahmont, evtent i
f reductions, aKaposaion'ef fe fe-cilities,
cilities, fe-cilities, and raSaKiwient wf per
sonnet are still hv the lanniiw .-. r
stages a,i- ...- -. .-
''These, tdetafli. wffllW, tWaiie
public at the earliest possible date,
wiui iuu xonsiaerauon lor iht inv
pact that such: chances win neeea.-
sarily- have upon local com muni
ties and individualst. both uhifonn?
e and civilian; who; art affect
ttereby,-;,-. . V-I
1 i Pobn Tiralnff fervl
(UP) An obviously, winded i ana: ';
perspiring map rusned in tut s ;
voy Bar just, before closing timo
on Wednesday night, so. the. .bap- .- f
tender offered him a beer on tha :
house. Just sa the latecomer rain i
ed the brew to his lipt a uniform- j
ed prison guard, rushed in and col--
lareo nis escapeo prisoner, ine
amorA Ud him, off hefnrm hm lrant
'the beer. -r- fc y T -:
Russell i Drunlt:
going to set her father t -ktart
Barney Silva, manager of Jan'a.
resuurant in the West Hollywood,
area, said the car crashed ,4ntt
the restaurant not yet open f or?
the day and stopped when ft hi
tne "counter, ru was- aoout two--thirds
of the way-inae said.t
"1 doat know, bow much' iurther :
it would have gone if the counter
hadn't been there,"; e v ' ..
- Miss Russell, divtrced wife ef
actor Guy Madison, was fined
Jan. la, 19M. aftersht pleaded
guilty tow ch-unk charge. A drunk;
driving .charge stemming from
the same incident in 1963 wis dis dismissed
missed dismissed IS months after the arrest,
- She Nrae convicted. V hit -rura -misdemeanor
driving in a Fib. 11,
1955, accident in North llo'Jywood.
She was fined $50 and did t a-
pear ia -court, after ber r -'ia
said the waa under trer ijc
bepatitia. ' .
Miaa Russell also was -"1
ia the sensatiosal cou-t c re a
battle betweee John i"i -i,
Espenaaxa-Baur. Wiv-. t
Bauer accused Wayne t' -f
a. night at Miss
and bo'big'ber a ear i
sell and. wayne demM f r a
tioa.- -" -' -
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, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1957
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IM rday?(Tudiy) W
I vS0! tetoff noraaLmother. and housewife, I thought
t atl iut could 'hot find the time and get thing, none arouna
i iSS dinner-for The Jo8s" when he arrived
team the "daily gnna.
. The kiddies insleted, ao insWe of two "JJfflflS
th road with not only my ,wo, but three of the .neighborhood
"Uttle darllnge" to boot.
v Not'toarUcularly caring which directional headed,
4d'n thiMadden road and when we got to the Y Wwatdj
&XaTl turned off Onto that direcUon and was intending to
go to Oamboa.
well; bless someone's heart. When we started to paga Sum Summit
mit Summit Garden the kid called my attention to the changes. Hay
ZZ. k.., a h- nurSfw irt the last few weeks? We were there
itWihs, jut four weeks ago and if anyone had told me that so
S much could be done in that short time, I would not have be be-X
X be-X Ueved it. The entrance is so attractive and the old buildings
haw been face lifted,' walka have been constructed ahd actually
a miracle has been transformed.
Honestly, everybody should
the transformation. Beautiful,
much: On my way home I got to thimnng. . the otner aay i
m. rher. .ward had been given for suggestions, etc. . I also
wiUerstand that a certain "Joe" who Is running, the show here
now-Is a fair and Just person. There is someone responsible for
th hpftiitifio.fttlon of the Garden and I ask you Mr. Fotteri did
'"My award go to the party or parties responsible for the im improvements
provements improvements at Summit????? If not, U it tbo late? Incidently,
" the kids and I really enjoyed the Garden.
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By VICTOR RilSIL
Like that 'other -ei-coal miner.
Nikita Khrushchev. John V. Lewis
doesn't like a police state. He said
so himself when he left his count
ing house and went up the Hill to
fitch a pail ol headlines by telling
a congressional' committee mat
any new anti racketeering laws
inspired oy the recent labor scan
dals wuuier be the first step tow
John L. said this with such grace
ful glowering and disdain for all
mortal labor leaders that l una n
almost embarrassing to recall that
rouehly, half, of the unionized min
ers in this land never have been
permitted to vote for their union
officials. -And mat it was jonn jl.
Lewis who arbitrarily lent the In
ternational Lonsfshoremen's Ass'n.
hundreds of thousands of dollars
with which to fight a crusading
AFL-CIO outfit on America's key
docks, Including the military
It would be fascinating to learn
from "The Thunderer" iust how
he would, handle a problem now
making more balding toe, narnea
heads of the AFL-CIO national
Some months ago George
Mtany, AFL-CIO resident, mov mov-uletly
uletly mov-uletly against the racketeering
inside i Fay's old anion, the
Operating Eng invert, now run by
one William Malonoy as though
he were a visiter from a email
plamtot. Until a few weeks ego,
for example, no one but Moloney
know thet ho wet drewing over
849,080 annually in official salary
and expentet from the 200,000 200,000-member
member 200,000-member union.
H wniilH not even break tradi
tion and tell four of his national
vice-presidents how much money
this union naa, nor now raucu was
being spent, nor whether the out outfit's
fit's outfit's new marble palace in Wash
ington,' with penthouse attached,
cost tour or live muuoo oouan.
Th vien-nresidentf could learn
nothing about the number of locals
which Malonev ran personally
thoueh t'trusteeshpps," nor who
was on payrolls and minor details
like .what bills, were paid for whom.
There was also and still is a
stench laden scandal M the un un-Im't
Im't un-Im't Lone Island local 138 So the
five patriarchs who make up the
AFL-CIO Ethical Practices Com
mittee dispatched a wnat-goes-on-here
letter to Brother Maloney.
Three weeks ago they got a long,
respectful reply n indicating that the
union was now' flexing its legal
mind instead of its muscle, nai nai-urallv
urallv nai-urallv the 12 oaee reply was full
of phrases which reaa uxe a re-;
write-oi ;iora riut.
The missive, well guided by the
mien's attorney. said, in effect,
"we run a demecratia union. We
have this thine called due process
LThe reformers inside the union are
really nothing but trouble maimers.
Thv went to the nasty old news
papers and the courts and minis-
ters, priests ana raooit uiMeao i
vhaustins their recourse within
the union and talking directly to
the almighty one high in tne pent
This last sentence is a mighty
liberal translation of Maioney's
pious prose. But the sentiment is
Now what would Dr. John L.
Lewis, with his new doctorate ef
law, do? Ho lathed at those la.
bor leaders who positively plan"
to support the McCtellan com committee's
mittee's committee's drive for entl-raekotoor.
Ing lews. But what about such
outfits as the Operating Ingi Ingi-neert.
neert. Ingi-neert. Doctor?
Meanv eoutd ask Malon-
ey to tear himself away from this
penthouse and bring in his union
books. But Maloney could, and
would, say, "You can't make me."
And Meany truly can't. He could
perhaps heave the union out But
would tnat reiuy help the Operat-
"IxpuSion by itself wouldn't
clean up even one untidy business
sgent. That'a why Meany wants
his government's help and that's
why a recent speecu oy mciy
kmiM he Imnressed on the record.
Talking to other union chiefs in
Washington recently, be put tt this
An not have an investiga
tory force we do not have an FBI
in the AFL-CIO. We wouldn't pos possibly
sibly possibly have one. .under which we
could police 88,000 local unions as
..u iao national and interna
tional unions. .Of course we do
n have tuboena power. So a
great many of them (the
things the McClellan Committee
has exposed) are things we could
mi nnuibhr reach under any cir
cumstances without subpena pow-
"I tee absolutely nothing wrong
in a Congressional committee us using
ing using that sort-bf power sgainst cor corruption
ruption corruption because we've got to have
a dead labor movement in these
U s You cant serve them (the
workers) with dirty unions.'.
Back to the WT ""
house, John L.I There's a fight
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BARCELONA. Spain-Well I'm i
home again, thanna to the iron
birds, and I wanted to wait until
1 got home to write a piece aoout i
a book on ouimgnung. Any min-i
ute now' anyboay that's got 87,
and an eye for beauty may buy a
book called "BioaraDhy of the
Bulls," put together by an old cro
ny oi mine named nex amitn.
The blurb on the jacket says:
All the oaeeantry. history, reli
gious and social ceremony behind
one of the -most extraordinary spec
tacles to be seen today the bull
fight is here assembeled in what
is unquestionably the most ambi ambitious
tious ambitious and authentic anthology ;of
literature of the classic bullring.
"From the wide range of litera literature
ture literature and art on the Spanish fiesta,
Hex Smith has selectee those works
he considers the most revealing:
from the bull's first entrance oh
the acene of recorded history as f
god, a symbol bt vmuty. or at a
sacrifice, to, final perfection of
the basic forms of the bullfight:.."
The blurb is more than right.
This I reexon to be the handsomest
book I ever saw, because Tom
Lea and John Groth did the basic
art work, and the prose and poe
try covers history, so we will now,
proceed to Uncle Rex, tne coiia
To say that I am prejudiced in
favor of Smith, who is a vicepre-
sident of American Airlines, in ad
dition to his other sins, would be
heavy understating. Smith is one
of those people who cannot possib-
. . .
ly oe true out is. ne aiso Knows
uio.e about bulls, poetry, and pub
lications than anybody I ever met.
Tio Rex was. the. ap man in
Spain during the golden age of
bulls, when Ernest Hemingway
was learning to write and Sydney
Franklin was the aoy Brooklyn
bull-killer But nobody in the bull
business asks you about Papa Hem
lngway or Franklin. "Que paso?"
they say, "with the wild red one,
the great' Esmeeth?"
They do not, know the great Es Esmeeth
meeth Esmeeth is the man who started the
Chicago Sun and Newsweek ma magazine,
gazine, magazine, who waa a colonel in World
War H who is a solid vice-president
and a lousy, pheasant shot.
Xast summer at a small corrida
in San Feliu de Guixola I ran into
a returned-from-retired bullfighter
maned Martorell, whom I hadn't
seen for six years since Mexico
! ,A nil LESS THAN S HOURS FLIGHT TTM38
i ; s $ II IncK' Ixt ranaml' Dinner ta Saa,wn ,.
; t 5 257.00 wubb amnct. ;
' 'FX III r a '-. oaatol-.- ',y '
r ry '' at op or nol, tk inililnil ettteg -. ., p
r 'X Cfc" m I oarvleo I
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S v Ft'Ji Ik ounrt utun n Twt aamucat vf
v rVVv.S rA ""m woaiMBWAiia srsTiM
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By BOB RUARK
City when he won the XJolden Ear
with a spare bull be. bought out of deleted out of inendsmp.f
'his own pocket to replace a' bad:' Well, anyhow, Seoor RexEs-
one. 1 i ,s
. noia, nomDre,. says ne. Ana'
now is the
'What great maestro?" I said,
making hira work for it
"What other is there?
One time got sick" in Madrid
and called the' nouse doctor, name
"I had a great friend when i
was a wild boy," ; says the good
doctor. ; A red beaded Yanqui,
"Esmeeth,?" J responded,, bitte bitte-Jy.
Jy. bitte-Jy. : i .:
"Esmeeth,' he said happily.
"I still think she'd look
1 '-tww - - u'' 1 t. II I II I. .. I
NiA tartlet, lac.
"What a rare type. (Background
imeetb nas put together .one mag-
nuicient volume) ana i am not too
junproud to nave a piece 1 did on
Hemingway and me at Pamplona
included in tne scattering. For this
I get no,, money, but how often do
I get lumpea with Lora Byron, Don
Quixote, fllasco-Ibanez, Heming
way, stdmoecKr uareia Lorca ana
the Duke of Rivas?
Only, 1 assure you, through the
Senor .Rex Esmeeth, who wears
hlark ihirta and a cnwman'a hata
tn tha hiiiifirht whn in onmina tn
Spain pretty soon, who has put out'
a magmncient volume, ana who
lousy pheasant shot.
better with bangs!"
.a. .am ...ii.. ii i! .una ii.aWi..ii..-i-o, a.,.ai loamsW I
WASHINGTON Atvhis "har-
morfy" oreaKiast with GUr ,oa
cressmen. President fiisennower
. ..nr, en th.r hi tmmnmn : coif
match with Japanese Prime lm
is,r iNobusuae lUsni enaea in a
"imi sounds' like, 'customer
golf to me," quipped ail unidentl
ued'a-uesi. "' v
"Ves, Mr. President," said ep.
Georse Aieaaei oi Micaigau, "pew
pie may' think that you and the
t rime Minister wereu't tryuig ve
ry hard to win over each other'
ned Ike. "We were playing a high-1 good friend of the Attorney Gen Gen-low
low Gen-low point match anu u worked out eral's Maybe two and two make
that way. Sen.! Prescott Bush fourin politics as ne tas arith-
(Conn. was the prime Minister a
partner and the translator was
Dlavina with me."
iKe added that the golf match
produced a friendly reaction in tne
Japanese press. i
' 'On Of the Tokyo papers," he
said, "pointed out that unfriend
ly, nations may negotiate at a
conference table, but only friends
slay ooH with each ethtr."
The President, as usual, strolled
from table to table in the White
nouse joining room answering
ouestions and trading banter with
nis uur guests, asicco to comment
on a recent speech by Democrat
Rep. Bob Sikes of Florida, in
which Sikes humorously suggested
that Democrat should have'e have'e-qual
qual have'e-qual time" with; Republicans at
the: White. :flouse breakfasts, Ike
" "Look, I'M paying for these
meals out of my own' pocket If
the Democrats want te come, it's
okay with me provided the gov gov-vemment
vemment gov-vemment helps me pay the 1 bill.
Ask Mr., Sikes what be thinks a a-bout
bout a-bout that." ;
Rep Harry McGregor of 0 h I o
praised : the quality of the break breakfast
fast breakfast bacon, then worked in. a com-
"I'm taking it for granted -that
such good bacon as this must have
come from Ohio." i
"I'm, not sure," replied Ike.
"However, I do have an Afcttrdeon
Angus hoifor from your district.
Wo had a little trouble when ah
calved recently, but I think she'
going to bo an extra good one."
BASEBALL. CAME FIRST
' Sitting in the gallery while Sen.
Frank Church (.,, Idaho) made
his first Senate, speech was his 8 8-yearH)ld.?son
yearH)ld.?son 8-yearH)ld.?son Forrest; a baseball i;
fan who .answers to tne. nickname
The boy sat beside the Senator's
secretary. Mrs. Ward Hower. To
Sether, they matched j other .Sena-
"'f1 m 1"lur r1,.
jlvs tuugi fluuauvuo,
! "Sure was sensational w a I n't
it?" Twig blurted. 4-;-
"sure was r agreed Mrs. nower.
'Imagine!"; enthused the 'boy.
"Th Bniae Bravea marie 11 nine
,m the ttlr4:;tontoi.?!t:.;'?ri
W4 '' j;:.ff ,v;',-S:
It's hard to believe, Hut Ai-!
torhey General BrownelL as of
tma wnung, nas not yet oroerea
thecal to inyestigateths Jl.gi
mgnwaj munuu.. in
is the scandal wher e v Maurice
Hutcheson, head of the carpenters,
was caueht cashing in on land
sure to be bought for the federal
Ordinarily, the FBI would bo
called upon to investigate thla
Immediately.' But if you aw the
Justice Department whether the'
FBI investigating, they will
tell you that attorney General
Browned" is "evaluations the sit situation
uation situation to ascertain what the
facts are" Yet federal money is
involved.' Furthermore, V a to rt
Senator Gore of Ttnnettee, who
dlseovopsd the scandal, has sent
all the facts to Brownoll and urg urged
ed urged action. Despite this, Brownoll
i stalling j
Hi'U particularly W om way
f with Jiaikonds for men. flaas
cm wud camuoma tu-tact,
studs, uff4inkt or ring: He'll
idsolikiomr solid V alma Dia-,
moid Plan ,ad adore yomjor
' fonr visdom. Ask about it to-
y fcW PIAISOW
It Just happens that : Maurice
Hutcheson and his father, the late
Bis Bill Hutcheson, long-time czar
nf the Carpenters union, are a-.
mong the few labor leaders who
have consistently .supported the
Republicans. In fact. Bill Hutche-
son wai one of only two Indiana
delegates, to the GOP convention;
' Chicago in '52, who voted for
Ke. x , -.
Furthermore, Elmer '(Little
. Doc) Sherwood, famed Republican
lobbyist from Indiana' and a pow-
-' WHITE HOOSS.
COULDNT CHAN6E HIM
' One, man who didn't listen to the
White House dunng the h e e 1 1 c
Hell's Canyon debate was Sen.
John Sherman Cooper,' Republican
of Kentucky.! Cooper was sitting
quietly on the Senate floor listen listening
ing listening to the Hell's Canyon speeches
when a page boy came up to him.
iJCIiHVl, paw. jvvcuu&
Adams oi the White, House, wants
r v (c A
yu 18 1)001,1
The page boy was, 'referring to
Sherman Adams,' assistant presi president,
dent, president, nc the most vigorous lobby lobbyist
ist lobbyist for the big utilities in the en entire
tire entire administration. -1
Sen: John Sherman Cooper (no
relation to the .Sherman in 'the
White House) courteously went
to the telephone. When he came
back he listened to the d e bat e
further and then cast his vote a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst the White House, v.',-
SENATOR FROM' CALIZONA
Sen. Barry" Goldwater of Arizo Arizona,
na, Arizona, sometimes called '.'the Senator
from Calizona" because he, spends
much time at .LaJpllB beach
kv v,u., owi
getting into more absentee trou
ble with his constituents 3 ; ?
Senator Goldwater -has ,V' home
at La Jolla. He also has a home
in Phoenix. Lately he has been
canceling speaking engagements
in Arizona to speak In other parts
of the country. This does not go
down well with the people who e e-lected
lected e-lected him. ,
List month he canceled a com-
mencomont address before the
Prescott High School, Juro 4 on
the excuse that ho had. to speak
in Wisconsin. Ho did speak in
i Wisconsin Juno 8- But he h a d
plenty of time to speak at ttto
Prescott 'High School in Aiixono
first. ; Naturally the' youngsters
wore disappointiMl, to soy noth nothing
ing nothing of their parent.
- The week following, Goldwater
canceled a speech before the A A-merican
merican A-merican Legion' in Phoenlx.",The
Legion had riven, him the ehoicav J
of June 13. 14 or JS,. Ht' e u 1 d T1
canceled out to go to Michigan to
speak June 14 in a debate against
the United Auto Workers.,:
. w miK.i u.ic. iju,
gom, Arlionans .intimate t h a t
come November of 1958 they
8houJd Vote to- let the "Senator
ifrom Caliiona' remain In Califs
nia and other parts permanently.
About the only safe thing you
con do behind e person's bock ts
i ,te-'' ' ..owe
JEWELRY CENTER I
61 CENTKM AVINUI, PAHAJSJ
IHB PANAMA r AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
v:;.'; -Critic's Corner y
Oii Tuesday night, Colon was afforded an opportunity ,f to
hear a small samole of the produet.of the Panama National
Symphony, 'directed by Herbert De Castroj and to taste the Joys
' 4f Tlrtuoso planism through the efforU of Daniel Erlcourt, as
well a beinj; able to selMnduce a: grand moment of nationalism
In its overzealous adulation of two of Panama's singing talents;
Soprano Julieta oiler and Tenor Mario Gutierrez.
- J To say the least, 'tonditions for this achievement were poor.
The"- Colon Arena, in which the concert was held, Is acoustically
,non-existent,r The amplification system used to -try to overcome
this deficiency was so badly manipulated that the audience re received
ceived received delayed action; sounds from various "sections of the or-.
cnegira, ana even inesewain oap B"iiciiug wi
- The orchestra' opened with a Largo and Allegro; Vivace frdm
Haydn's 12th Symphony ahd Director De Castro succeeded some-
' what in drawing various shades of .expression from the group,
The following minuet, which was unnecessarily interrupted by
applause, was completely without, character..
yr Was It intentional that the repetition of the very first
- section was less spirited and less metrical than' the be beginning?
ginning? beginning? The string attacks -were ; poor and the cadences
were done as if "the director and orchestra both considered
them as dull necessities. : 1 1
Tenor .Gutierrez then sang'Vestl la Giuba," from "Pagllac-
cl," by Leoncavallo, a venicie wnjcn rew tenors can resisi, ana
fewer should try, The tempo, once set, was rigorously kept,, de de-.
. de-. f eating. the romantic .implications of the music, and Gutierrez
. was somewhat nervous, causing him-to sing slightly sharp.
, Miss Oiler fared even worse in Verdi's "Stride la Va,mpa,"
from VTrovatore," having to cut cadenzas and having to
breathe ? very ihcorrectly to get enough volume to be heard,
even with the help of the. loud speaker system.
Thls-group was terminated by a auet: ,-mio siguo," irom
"Trovatore," by Verdi, ,which, like the previous two numbers,
' was one ui the manner-or smgmg German jjea; tne singers
entered Hrith and used their. "little black books," namely, their
j scores: ; ; .v1 .v-'
v The 'second half of the prograra was reserved for the'
performance of Rachmaninoff's Pionoforte Concerto No. t,
: fn;C minor. There was no question as to the excellence of
the soloist's performance, notwithstanding the fact that he
' had to perform oh a dilapidated monstrosity of an instru instrument.
ment. instrument. I
. ' Some of the keys stuck, and the bass, so essential in this
concerto, was nothing "but tin. This is .probably why Erlcourt
elected to delete' from the performance the very beautiful sec
ond movement. This concerto is reknowned for its problems of
balance, n dthls performance reaffirmed these difficulties. The
orchestra was constantly overpowering the weak-toned piano
'and flagged behind the soloist in many spots.,
' In the middle of the first movement, Just "before the de-,
' lightful combination of the twov main motifs of the movement,
, 'divided between the piano and- orchestra is a wonderful Ac Ac-"
" Ac-" celerandb section. De Castro merely made it a Dopplo Movl Movl-mlento
mlento Movl-mlento and the resulting pace was so fast that momentarily no
soloist could have kept up with. It.
The very famous French Horn sool on the second theme
later on was horrendous. I have never heard' such phrasing.
The, last movement went somewhat better, for Erlcourt took
over the reins and led the group with his own tempi, which
he rshould have done at the very berinninr.
For an encore, an4 to replace the deleted second movement,
Erlcourt succumbed and lowered himself to the mob by playing
a piano arrangement of De Falla's "Danza Ritual del Fuego."
This fine: artist, known for his sincerity of performance and
gross unoreteiitiousness, here for- some unaccountable reason re resorted
sorted resorted to a few of the artifices of playing in the "grand man manner";
ner"; manner"; namely an over display of hand movement and at the
' end, a sudden and disturbing change of tempo for the last
cacophonic chords. -r-
; Fortunately, to counterbalance this, there was some excel excel-i
i excel-i -lent playing iln the Diece.-. Particularlt rnoteworthv were the
as two entrances, of the second there, which wei'. stunning, Hada
t-' Erlcourt had a piano -to play on, there js no doubt but-that he
jvould have given -a first-rate performance. j 1
In' conclusion, let neiVsay that, notwithstanding he obvious
deficlencleSiih, settlngf and performancer this certainly is be be-ginning
ginning be-ginning for better things for Colon, a city so far completely
lacking- In any-semblance of culture,, ,
xt is nopea mat more, and better concerts can be arranged,
v thrdvsh the well intentioned efforts of Dosman, Colegio Abel
- Bravo und others. Instead of the Arena, some such place as
the Carlbe Theatre, which was used for concerts years ago i by
the Pr6 Muslca Society, or the Rex Theatre should be used, for
while not excellent, they are better acoustically and aesthetical aesthetically
ly aesthetically for such, functions Then, a piano should be obtained that
is tonally good and mechanically playable. J
Let s nope mat coion is on tne way to cultural 'equality
wnn ranaira yny ana on we way out, oi its present -state of
proxjiJCiausiu. -.. ... , f.
British Agents Probing:;
Spy Scare Near A-Plants
BATH. England. July 5 UP)-i
Agents of Britain's lamed MI-5
been Investigating a spy scare In
military ( Intelligence unit have
areas bordering some of the na
tion's ton secret atomic plants,
it was reported today.
' British agents were reported
to have Questioned many, persons
In this city, particularly refugees
wno came here,, from iron cur
tain countries; v
The press carried various spec
ulatlve pieces (on the reports.
The News-Chronicle said tne
checkun was connected with
security leak of naval', atomic
r t i I "th
The Paraiso brldge.tQurnament,
to h kelrl at the Para iso Lodge
Hall, on Sunday, at a p.m;' is cre
ating real interest among uuuge
fans on the Isthmus. ; From all
indications, due to the number of
persons already registered, this
event without doubt will have
Six silver cups donated through
the courtesy of the Gill Transpor-.
tauon Company,- will be awarded
to the winners with the three high
est score. The other prizes with
their donors will be published lat
er. -v ':.;
C. Leo Walker has been appoint
ed director of the tournament and
Ellis' L. Fawcett will make the
presentation of prizes. ', .
Persons who .are interested in
participating have been asked to
do so without delay by contacting
any member of tht- Paraiso
Entrance fee is $1 per player,
and registration will be closed at
secrets.4 Others said a house here
Jbad, been raided after Intelli
genpe agents and police watched
it for weeks.. There was no offi
cial confirmation or comment
on any of the reports. .' .
Bath is in the heart of a com complex
plex complex of secret defense centers.
Including atomic research and
weapons testing areas. v :
In a converted house near "the
City's, police headquarters .'.ex,
perts are known to be working
on plans for Britain's first atom atom-powered
powered atom-powered warships. Five miles
away at Corsham is one of the
nation's largest dumps .for con conventional
ventional conventional ammunition. At war war-minster.
minster. war-minster. 20 miles from' Bath; is
the army school a of infantry
where th latest small arms art
tested. And at Fllton, on the ci
ty's outskirts, i the Bristol Air Aircraft
craft Aircraft Co. which is making guided-
Rogers Firm Files
Low Bid To Alter
A law offer of $32,997 was made
bv wr A Rogers lor alterations
to the 12,000-volt electrical distri distribution
bution distribution system serving Paraiso and
Fort Clayton from Miraflores sub
station. , V
Bids for the alterations were o
oened Wednesday in the board
room of the Administration Build
ine'at Balboa Heights. Other bids
ranging from $36,204 to $42,585
were offered by tht Electric Co.,
L. R. Sommer, and Bildon Inc.
The work which. is a phase of
the power conversion project, con'
sists of revising the 22,000 volt
line serving Paraiso from the Mi
raflores substation and replacing
the 2,300-volt line to Fort Clayton
with a. new 12,000-volt line.
" HEADS AMA On of five
doctor., brothers, 60 year old
Xr. Gtmnar Gundeben, of La
Crosse, Wis.,' -will be the 1958
president of the American
Medical Association. AMA
presidents are elected a year
in? advance. He will succeed
Dr. David B.' Altaian who re-,
cently took office.
Avianca Announces New Schedules
To Puerto llico And Europe
(PA-C) Wednesday the old
est airline of the Americas, inau
gurated a new Schedule for its
weekly Super G Constellation
flights to Europe. The new flight
schedule, which will be the last
est. most direct flight to Europe
from all of Central America and
Panama cuts total travel time
from Panama to Madrid to just
"When mtKlng tne announcement,
Mr. JorsefSaavedra.r SDecial Jte
presentaUve forAvianca in Paaswith anticioated. BUasuriJ
out an -outstanding- feature, of the
in ill J i r5tS
new routing, which will enatue
travellers from this area to now
fly direct to Puerto Rico. . .and
enjoy all the benefits of Super G
Constellation service, both tourist
and fu-st class. It wul be possible
tt wncn in Manama ana- aine in
Puerto Rico: .less than 5 hours
flying time away.
Avianca s .international service
leaves nothing to be desired. All
European and Puerto Rico flights
are ebpard Super G Constellations,
the most, luxurious 'air plane in
the world. -Trilingual stewards are
at your service; comfortable;
"'sleeper chairs, or berth accom
modations are available; "and for
the ladies, an added feature On
the European flights. .facials and
hair sets, (free for the asking).
shortly before the luxury airliner
puts down at Lisbon, Madrid, Par-!
is or Frankfurt;-and, of course,
for all, the very finest liquors and
cuisine Your- time in flight ac
tually becomes a part of jour top
to wmcirryouwrawog' lorward
Will Hold Special
Men's Service Sun.
St. Christopher's Episcopal
Church, Rio Abajo, will observe
its. 18th patronal festival on July
In connection -, with this observ
ance, la series of special services
will be- conducted from July 21
through July Each morning,
there will be a -celebration of the
oiy communion and each eve
mng at 7:30 p.m. solemn evensong
will be conducted. -A -different cler
gyman wui deuver the sermon
each night.' Several choir frnm
oper episcopal Churches on the
snare m tne festival.-
The observance will twain
Sunday, July 21, at 4 p.m. with a
vocal and instrumental
featuring Prof Gilberto Peres,
violinist, and the St. Christopher's
Choir Guild. Several other p e r r-formers.
formers. r-formers. wiU also, be heard.
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En route stops are made at Ba
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Fans, and Frankfurt.
The Barranquilla San Juan
route will link Puerto Rico and
Colombia by airplane fur the firsrt
time. It will also, provide a con
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America "who wish to stop over
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iVhite Supremacy Groups, KICK Plan
New States Rights Political Party
. IbLDSMAR, Fla.. July 5 (UP)-
"jorida Ku Klux Klan Grand Dra Dra-gtm
gtm Dra-gtm Bill Hendrix announced yes yesterday
terday yesterday that a number of KKK and
White supremacy groups across the
country will soon form a nation nationwide
wide nationwide "states rights" political par parte
te parte "Slendrix, who heads the Knights
Ethe Ku Klux Klan of Florida,
said the patty is to be known as
tHS "Democrat-Republican" party
ahd will offer candidates in na national
tional national elections. He said the union
its effected at a white supremacy
eeting in Greenville, h.c., two
onths ago. I
EHendrix said the partywUI
wpport abolition of income tax-
and foreign aid, withdrawal or
American troops from for-
n toil and abolition of the U.
' Supreme Court and it replace-
ent by a new court with eleetp
fflendrix disclosed the. formation
Obthc party Wednesday but elabo elaborated
rated elaborated on it at noon yesterday in an
Interview with Radio Station news
editor Jim Corbett of Station
WpTO, Haines Citv, Fla.
;Jle told Corbett that tliR merger
"MEN IN WAR"
"Gripping! a top production. Superb direction... fine
screenplay... outstanding; cast. Told with such artistry
and theatrical excitement that it will get unusual critical
response!" HOLLYWOOD REPORTER.
"Told with an air of excitement, tension and action
that can attract a good boxoffice payoff! Gutty action to
make the venture jenerally profitable! Excellent!... Does
stand out over the usual war picture." DAILY VARIETY.
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involved Klan groups, white citi
zens councils, citizens protective
associations and similar groups'
from Washington and California.
He specifically named as groups
behind the third party movement
as the Citizens Protective Assns.
of Tennessee, South Carolina, Mis
souri ant California; the white
citizens, councils of Washington, P
C. and Detroit; and the White
Circle League of Chicago.
He said the group planned to
enlist the signer of petitions in
the campaign, of "ten million for
MiCarthy, which backed the
late Wisconsin senator In hit
fight to avoid a resolution of cen
sure from the Senate.
The Klan leader, who works pri
vately' as a contractor, said the
party hopes to have "plenty of
money and some big men" behind
the drive when it gets" underway.
On Foreign Trials
WASHINGTON, July 5 (UP) Sen.
George A. Smathers (D-Fla.). has
m-nDosed that status of forces a-
grement.? be modified to prevent
a repetition of the Girard case.
He has introduced a bill that
would put the Sente on record as
opposing foreign trial for U.S.
servicemen if they were regarded
by their immediate commanders
as being on duty at the time Of the
Smathers said this would cover
cases like that of Army Specialist
William S. Girard, who is ac accused
cused accused of killing a Japanese civil civilian
ian civilian on a firing range in Japan.
The status of forces treaties al allow
low allow U.S. military personnel to be
tried in foreign courts for offduty
offenses. There is some disagree
ment as to whether Girard was or
was not on duty.
T IV Oil
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Great Double Program!
Anthony Quimt tn
THE WILD PARTY
Dianne Brewster In
THE PHARAOH'S CURSE'
Tipsy Atlanta Gal
Dozes On Runway;
ATLANTA. Julv 5 (UP) Joan
Poss, 26, was serving a 15-day jail
sentence todav because she mis
took an airport runway tor a wme
Miss Poss was found guilty of
drunkenness in citv court after
several pilots and a control opera operator
tor operator testified that the young wom woman
an woman strolled onto the busy runway
Monday night and disrupted air
A light plane taking off barely
missed the woman and then she
sat down squarely in the middle
of the concrete ramp and eventu eventually
ally eventually Teclined there.
Two Army helicopters were ra radioed
dioed radioed to the scene and hovered
over the spot where she was rest resting
ing resting to shed some light on the
strange situation with their pow powerful
erful powerful spotlights
The lights apparently aistumea
Miss Poss and she started run
ning down the runway. One heli
copter followed; keeping the in intruder
truder intruder in its spotlight and the
other landed' and its two pilots
gave chase. One finally caught
the young woman with a flying
Miamian Takes Pol
Shot At Mosquito
Plane, Wounds One
MIAMI, July 5 (UP)-A 38-yearr
old south Miami resident wno nr nr-ed
ed nr-ed three shots at a low flying
mosquito control plane and wound wounded
ed wounded one of the Diane's passengers
said today the shot at the aircraft
because it "buzzed my house. -William
Henry Bird also told
Criminal Bureau of Investigation
officials that he was only trying
to scare the plane away and then
added that he had "permission"
from police to fire on the aircraft.
John W. Rowley, 40, was strucK
in the arm and near his eye by
fragments from one of the bullets.
Rowley was a passenger on the
plane operated by a friend, Don
ald Jacobs, 33, who flies for South
ern Air Express, Inc., which is un under
der under contract to spray the area in
the inosquito control program.
Hospital officials said the shot
may seriously have affected Row Rowley's
ley's Rowley's eye.
When Bird was taken into cus custody
tody custody for the ground-to-air shoot
ing, he said the noise from the
plane bothered him. He said the
plane was "buzzing my house"
and added that he called the South
Miami polioe to ask if he could
shoot at the aircraft.
He said the got permission. The
policeman who took Bird's tele
phone call apparently thought he
wai joking and said, "that's be
tween you, the pilot and the CAA."
According to the snerin s onice,
Bird then went outside and fired
three shots at the small craft.
In Algiers Rocked
By Bomb Explosion
ALGIERS, Algeria, July S (UP)
A bomb exploded yesterday in
the United States Consulate in Al
The blast caused no casualties.
It occurred in a third floor hall
of the consulate building on Rue
Michelet at 2:55 p.m.
There was immediate specula
tion that the bomb had been plant
ed by extremists among the
French population of Algiers.
Feeling against the United
States has run high in some
French circles here since Sen.
John F. Kennedy's (D Mass)
speech urging independence for
this rebellion-wracked territory.
First reports said the explosion
j caused insignificant damage. s
ine Domo was placed in front
of the third floor offices of the
consulate, which was closed forJ
tfte U. S. national holiday.
Mother Of Slain
WESTBURY. N. Y July 5 (UP)
Mrs. Beatrice Weinberger, whose
infant son, Peter, was- kidnaped
and left to die on a roadside exact
ly one year ago, is expecting an
other child, it was revealed today.
Meanwhile, Angelo La Marea,
the confessed kidnaper of one
month-old Peter, i scheduled to
die in the electric chair at Sing
Sing Prison the week of Augl9.
La Mjrca, a 31-year-old fab driv driver,
er, driver, said he kidnaped the cmla lor
ransom because he was "desper "desperate."
ate." "desperate." I Mrs. Weinberger and her hut hut-band,
band, hut-band, Morris, have one other child
Peter was taken from his baby
buggy in the back yard v of the
Weinberger home last July 4 while
his mother went into the .house to
get him a cleaa diaper.
Geld Prise SS06.66
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By OSWALD JACOBT
Written for NEA Service
A K 9 8 5 3 1 i
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Bast South 4 West North
1 Double IV 2v
Pass 2 Pass 3
Pass .4 Pass w Pass.
Opening lead 2
See If you can figure out how
South managed to go down three
tricKs at the lour-spade con contract.
tract. contract. If you can't .here ..is the
West opened the deuce of
clubs. East cashed the ace and
king- and led the jack of hearts.
South won with the kins and
laid down the .ace .of trumpsHe
men piayea low .to dummy's
queen, finessed for East's -Jack
and played a fourth trump.
West had to make three dis
cards and dropped the queen of
ciuos ana two hearts.
South led the ten of diamonds
and West made a brilliant play.
He covered with the Jack. Tills
was allowed to hold and West
promptly played the deuce.
South went Into deep commu
nion with himself and finally
decided that West really had
started with four diamonds.
Hence South finessed dummy's
nine and allowed East's single singleton
ton singleton queen to make a trick. Now
South had to lose both his low
hearts and wound up down three
tricks on a lay-down hand.
West had made a couple of
brilliant plays but there was no
real reason for South to have
gone wrong. If he had analyzed
the bidding he would have real realized
ized realized that West could not hold
more than three diamonds.
West had bid one1 heart on a
suli headed by quee"tf-ten imme immediately
diately immediately over the double of his
partner's one club. West also
held hut ne spade. Tnere was
no real purpose to that heart bid
with only a five-card suit. He
wasn't going to keep North and
South out of their spade suit,
and with only a five-card suit
he had no reason to suggest bid bidding
ding bidding ajot of hearts.
Hence West must have held six
hearts. Adding three clubs and
one spade would only leave three
diamonds. West could not hold
four diamonds and the suit
Today Encanto J2S
At 9:00 p.m.
LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
On the Screen:
"THE WILD ONE"
Today IDEAL J20 i JO
"BLAZING THE OVERLAND
Chaps. 4 5-
Between Midnight eV Dawn"
FORCE OF ARMS
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Telephones: 23066 Panama
. 1063 Colon
Today, Friday, July S
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's your Favorite (re
quests taken by pnona
s:35 What'a ,your p a v o. 1 1 1
:6:00 Musical Interlude
6:15 Sports .
REVIEW tPabst Beer)
6:30 Your pancing Party
7 : 00 Thirty-Minute The atet
7:30VOA RCjport from U.S.
6:00 Music By Roth
8:30 -Hancock's Half Hour
:00 You Asked for It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
( ? till 7:30) !'
8:30--You Asked For It (re-
10:30 Calling All Forces
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign OH.
Tomorrow; Saturday, July C
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
by phone till 7:00).
7:30 Jazz Salon
8:15 The Hour of St. Francis
6:30 Musical Reveille
: 00 News
9:15 The Christophers
(fl:30 As I See It
10: 05 Spins And Needles (re
quests taken by pnone
till 8:30) r
11:30 BBC Jazz Club
11:05 Spins A n d Needles
11:30 Journey Into Space
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:30 New Tune Time
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
2:QQrrLes Brown Sho
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday:;
4:00 interlude' (15 Mliui
t:l5 Church f Christ iI
3:au wnats lour ravooie -.
' quests taken by phone
; -' tin sirpo). u r
6:30 News' ;. "-n ,. v
,6;35 What's Your.F?pzlte
6:00 Quest star
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Manhattan Melodies
6:45 Do It Yourself
7 : 30 VOA Report from D.S.
8:00 Saturday Night Dancinj
8:30 Educating Archie
6:00 Your Hit Parade
9:30 Ray's A Laugh
10:00 Music From Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama 10:30 Owl's Nest (requests
taken by phone through
out program) 1
1:00 a.m. Sunday Sign Off.
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Abbott and Costello
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Everything Bat The Truth"i
Late snow 10:30 p.m.
"HE LAUGHED LAST"
"Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison
MARGARITA 6:15, 6:15, 8:0(1
rDont Knck The Rock"
Late show 10:30 p.m.
HOUSE OF BAMBOO"
CRISTOBAL 1 :M
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LA BOCA 7:00
TWO F1STFO STTUXGrK"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:16 ;
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-CLIP-SO SINGERS This San Francisco barbershop quartet Is really made -up of barbers.-
Customer George Webner relaxes in the chair and listens to; left, to right, Jo: flores, Joe pf :
Masi; Eddie De Mario and Sal WUnez. All the -barbers fe also private entertainers.-De Mario, V j; 7
who has made records professionally, eems to tsve fnrrntten "ahrhit .the -mon he';wieldin. ,V:V-
Safety Shoes How
By Panama Form
Safety shoes, designed to meet
the requirements of the Panama
Canal Company-uanai one gov government
ernment government safety rules, are now be being
ing being manufactured in Panama un under
der under an arrangement between the
Canal organization and the facto
ry owner, Francisco rereira.
Lasts for the shoes were order ordered
ed ordered from the United States, along
with rubber neolite soles and
heels. Samples were tested by the
company-government to establish
that the quality of these .shoes is
the same as that of safety shoes
previously sold in the commissa commissaries.
ries. commissaries. They have protective metal
tqe-caps, non-skid soles and other
The development of a' local
source for safety shoes will make
available a ready supply for Ca Canal
nal Canal employes who are required to
wear protective foot covering for
their personal safety on the job.
All employes taking part in o o-perations
perations o-perations where there is danger
from falling or moving objects or
equipment are required to wear
safety shoes that meet ; Company Company-government
government Company-government specifications.
Pereira's, factory is known as
the Fabrica Nacional, o rC.alzado;
-hit ID ..mDrlrntintf 4 Via VctWriiAei iinrl
snoes tare available a two retail
outlets, Calzados Finos ,Jereira
on Central Avenue in Panama Ci City,
ty, City, and Calzados Torres in Colon.
They sell for $8.95 a pair for
cash or $9.95 a pair on terms.
Club Health Bureau
SlafedTor July 27
Fiinal plana are now under way
for Club Health Bureau's anniver anniversary
sary anniversary dance which will be held
Saturday, July 27, at the Club Vi Vina
na Vina del Mar commencing at 9 p.m.
The male and female door prize
winners will cut the Club's elabor-'
Atlantic siders desiring invita invitations
tions invitations and reserved tables may con contact
tact contact Allan Hamlin or Alfred Hib Hib-bert
bert Hib-bert of Coco Solo Hospital.
Jabao Jarvis and his Sonoramic
band will present some of their
new arangements of popular num numbers
bers numbers they have just received from
Due to the limited number of
reserved tables available, guests
are urged to contact the following
as soon as 'possible; Roland Car
ter, Edwin Belgrave, William Lo-
veii, John Lewis and Hugh Ad
affls. at 3-2361 Panama.
'Curb Your Dogs'
Snorts Texan Forced
To Banish 'Gators
DALLAS. July 5 (UP) Three
alligators are seeking greener Wa Waters
ters Waters today after appearing in court
for hissing impolitely at children.
The 'gators -.- Mo-Mo, Jo-Jo, and
Missouri, were brought before
Justice of the Peace W. E. Rich Rich-burg
burg Rich-burg after MoMo and Jo-Jo took
an unchaperoned tour of the sew sewers
ers sewers near .their East Dallas home
last week end, .,-
, The toothy wanderers hissed at
children, who told their parents of
a' "hissing monster.
The pair of reptiles were finally
cornered and snared by a reluc
tant dogcatcher. Mr.
Richard Lerro claimed the pair,
but aot before. neighbors com complained
plained complained to Richburg.- '
In court, Mrs. Lerro said the
gators were pets, and perfectly
harmless. Her 1 yesr-old son
played with them regularly,' she
Her son, Howard, has two arms
and two legs like anyone else, but
the neighbors were unconvinced.
The neighbors said Ihe creatures
are -"injurious to the health of
those in the vicinity." .
One complainant said he found
one of the 'gators in his home one
Finally, Lerro promised to give
the pets away to a man who lives
near a nice, quiet lake..
"And while we're discussing nui nuisances,"
sances," nuisances," Lerro said, ".those dogs
.had better quit tearing uo my
PanCanal Brass NowRdllihg
Their R's In Spanish Class
The first of a series of Spanish
conversation classes for personnel
of the Panama Canal Co.-Canal
Zone government was started re recently
cently recently at Balboa Heights and now,
a few weeks later, the half dozen
members of the first class are
rolling their ,''r's' like the most
, Later, similar classes will be
given for other Canal employes,
as part of the regular training pro program.
The present students are learn learning,
ing, learning, as those who follow them will
do, entirely by ear. Their instruc
tor, Carlos Garcia de Paredes, is
using what is known as the "guid
ed imitation" method of teaching.
He says a word or a phrase and
those in the class repeat what he
says until they have the pronun pronunciation
ciation pronunciation absolutely perfect.
The theory behind this teach teaching
ing teaching method is that is a student
can say a foreign word ro'
A ministrack station to house
electronic equipment Used in track
ing and receiving data from eartn eartn-launched
launched eartn-launched satellites was 'formally
dedicated recently near Antofagas-
ta. Chile. This is one of nine such
stations being built a strategical
ly located sites in the western he
The other eight are located near
Quito, Ecuador; Havana, Cuba;
Santiago, Chile; Lima, Peru; the
Caribbean island of Antigua; Fort
Stewart, Georgia; Washington, D.
C; and San Diego, California.
Each minitrack station will be
operated by a group of approxi approximately
mately approximately 20 U.S. technicians from
the Naval Research Laboratory
and the Army Map Service. They
will be assisted by interested indi individuals
viduals individuals from the International Geo Geophysical
physical Geophysical Year (IGY) committee
of each country where a station is
Overall construction of the five
sites in Cuba and South America
has been under the supervision of
Lt. Col Leslie M. Gross, the Canal
lone representative of the Jack
sonville District Engineer.
Miguel Corco, Jr., of the Canal
Zone, authorized representative
of the Contracting Officer, was
in charge of the construction of
the Antofagasta station.
The scheduled completion date
was July of this year, but the pro
ject was compieiea earuer man
anticipated and formal dedication
ceremonies took place June 7.
It is anticipated that the operat
ing personnel -will complete the
installation and testing of the elec electronic
tronic electronic equipment and be ready for
operation by the fall of this year,
: Captain Walter W. Frank, of
the Army Map Service. Washine
ton, D.C., will be in charge of the
In charge of each minitrack sta
tion in South America and Cuba
are Capt. Floyd Clark, Quito; Capt.
Anderson G. McPhauL Lima; Capt.
Doyne Martin, Havana and Capt.
Erroll Riewertz. Santiaeo. Thev
are all from the Army Map Servj
ice in nasnington.
Officers in charge of the Inter
American Geodetic Survey (LAGS)
projects: in each country are Mat.
or Walter Hutchin in Havana, Cu-
oa; Major wen Clark, Quito,
Ecuador: Lt. CoL Allan R Rnrh.
ford, Lima, Peru; and Major!
" x-merson, Santiago, Chi-
t e contracting
Officer's representatives for super-
Yi;.iuu oi iaciuty construction.
c- Construction i .nearly complet completed
ed completed en the four stations. The
station at Havana is 97 per cent
completed; the on at Quito, II
, per cent completed; Lima, 97 per
cent; and Santiago, 91 pt cent.
During the IGY (July 1857
December 1958), the United States
is scheduled to launch a satellite
and place it in an orbit around the
earth. This satellite will contain
instruments to collect and transmit
back to the eartfc. This satellite will
contain instruments to collect snd
transmit back to the earth a varie variety
ty variety of meterologicaL physical and
cosmic data. High frequency ra
dio equipment and teletype ma machines
chines machines located at the minitrack
stations will relay the resultant in information
formation information immediately to a data
collection station in the Canal
Zone, which will automatical!
phrase properly, and af the speed
normally used in conversation,
he will be able to recognize it
when some one else says ft to
him. Later, he will learn Jo read
the words he already know how
Members of. the first class are:
Gov. W E. Potter, Col. Hugh M.
Arnold, engineering and construc construction
tion construction director," Col. C. 0. Bruce,
health director; Paul M. Runne Runne-strand,
strand, Runne-strand, executive secretary; Capt.
W. S. Rodimon, marine director;
David J. Markun, assistant gener general
al general counsel; Daniel J. Paolucci, co coordinator
ordinator coordinator for the personnel pro programs
grams programs staff; and Allen Alexander,
assistant to the Public Information
Potter already speaks Spanish,
but is taking the course as 'a-refresher,
Markun, and Runnestrand
have some familiarity with the
language but the others are all novices.
Station In Chile
relay It to the Arm) Communica
tion Center in Washington,",
An elaborat antenna" system ?
will be used to determine the pe petition
tition petition of the satellite in space, in
addition to the electronic equip
ment. Pairs of antennae will be
aligned along the North South v
and East-West axes of the sys
Since the distance between the
antennae is known, the satellite's
angular position can be determin determined
ed determined by measuring the difference ia
time required for a signal from the
satellite to reach reach one of the
paired antennae. This will enable
scientists and technicians to pre predict
dict predict the satellite's future positions
and to compute information about
Arangements for use of the
land, permits for the const-mo.
tion of facilities and installation of
equipment, and authority to oper oper-ate
ate oper-ate both the electronic and radio
equipment at the minitrack sta sta-tion
tion sta-tion have been, accomplished
through the cooperation and- as assistance
sistance assistance of many departments, a.
gencies and individuals of the gov governments
ernments governments of the countries in which
the stations are located.
Top Makes Cool
Bed For Driver
FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla. Fla.-(UP)
(UP) Fla.-(UP) Truck Driver x Dirk-i smh
ley of La Feria, Tex., has figured
a way to beat the heat when he's
on the road.
The. only trouble la 0t if.
public as a goldfish howl.
f Smitley parked his big trailer
m the1 heart of this resort town
Thursday night and bedded down
as usual in the h But it w.
just too hot to sleep.. - ;
SO he DUt- hii' mltl mnA
blankets on the cool ; roof of the
5foot refrigerated trailer and
slept soundly. When he woka tin
yesterday-morning he found he
was me center of attraction for
early holiday risers.. ;
It may not be
Smitley confided, "but that was
the best night's sleep 1 had in
I MTTLE sUIx T
Since peace is os expensive at
war, it seems there should be
some third oltemotiv that we -could
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SAIt HO! With a' Navy .blimp hovering overhead, the May Mayflower
flower Mayflower I moves majestically hito New York harbor. The replica
of the Pilgrims ship, .sailing to her berth in the Hudson River
from Staten Island; had to be taken under tow when a low.
flyingrpolice helicopter sucked the wind from the vessel s sails,
' t ' reversing her course..;
'Chosen Daughter' Hildy McCoy
Will Speak Piece Orr Adoption
MIAMI, July 5 (M1) The
ease of Hildy McCoy goes to. court
Monday and the 6-year-old, Catho-fc-born
sirl will be there herself
tell the judge if she wants to
le adopted by the Jewish couple
bat raised ner..
A welfare investigator's repoit
iving srecommendations In : the
tase war completed Tuesday and
tent to the State Welfare Board
Its contents will not be revealed
Until Mr. and Mrs. Melvin B. El El-is
is El-is go to Dade Circuit Court Mon Mon-lay
lay Mon-lay with their plea for custody of
"All I c4n say is that we have
nade a fact-finding report to the
itate board based on information
tompiled by our investigators,"
Miami Welfare Head Tom Duff
"This case was handled just as
ire all other adoption cases and
e. were not swayed by sympa-
.'."'! : ,' ""
thies, emotions or the hysteria
...U:Ai. Uin n rn Vinm A 4 11 CO1 tn mi.
wuivu una v-aoc uob
ny parts of "the nation."
- Th lnnff anil often bitter inter-
faith adoption struggle oy,er;.Hildy
attractea national awenuon. uov.
LeRoy Collins at a dramatic ex ex-trarliiinn
trarliiinn ex-trarliiinn hparlnff refused to turn
over the Ellises to Massachusetts
to face charges of kidnaping the
ant Hildv 10 Anvn
after she was born out of wedlock
to a Roman Catholic motner in
They fled Massachusetts when
the courts there ruled against
them In a custody case.
Ben Cohen, attorney for the El
lises,1 said he has had no indica
tion from the natural mother or
her attorneys that adoption of the
child by the Ellises will be con contested.
tested. contested. i- ;
But he said be is ready for a
court battle if necessary.
Plan To Give Reds Clean Bomb
Knojiow Raises DC Eyebrows
WASHINGTON, July 5 (UP) -A
longressional atomic expert said
Dday that a proposal, to provide
tussia witn the secrets of
-clean : U S. u-bomb would be a
'complete reversal", of national
The recommendation made to
'resident Eisenhower by Atomic
Energy' Commission scientists
taused a considerable raising of
lyebrows on Capitol Hill.
The initial reaction was that to
lisclose how to make bombs
clean" or free-of deadlv a
Iioactive fallout would necessari-
v reveal how the United States
levelops hydrogen bombs.
Rep. Chet Holifitld (D-Calif.),
a mttnber of the Joint Congrct Congrct-ienal
ienal Congrct-ienal Atomic Com mi Him, taid
"if tho Prosidant moans that w
should rovoal to tho Soviets how
to make clean bomb' or any
other kind) of bomb, this Is- a
complete ravorsal of our nation nation-al
al nation-al policy' and security .T
Holifield, who also beads a sub-1
tomnuttee which recentry complet completed
ed completed hearings on the p'Is of fill fill-wt,
wt, fill-wt, said this "is directly prohibit prohibit-Id
Id prohibit-Id by the Atomic Energy Act of
B54." , j
(But Sen.' Bourke B. Hickenloop Hickenloop-r
r Hickenloop-r R -Iowa), also a member of
he atomic committee, indicated
lautious support of the proposal to!
et Russia in on the secret 'of de
veloping a fallout-free hydrogen
"Through such ; programs as
this," he said, "we may be able
some day to obtain assurances
that In event of .another war all
nauons wiu nave ciean oomDS."
Police Guard Group
Ball For July 13lh
The Canal Zone Police Guard
Association has completed arrange
ments for-their anniversary, ball
which will be held at Casino Vina
del Mar at San Francisco de la
Caleta on Saturday, July 13.
Angelo Jaspe and his ''Super"
Orchestra, will furnish the music
from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., at the semi-
formal affair, ;
In an effort to make this ball
the mid-year's best.' various priz
es will be distributed and master
of ceremonies Dave Constable
will be on hand to announce the
lucky winners nd other surprises.
Guests are reminded that ..the
dance originally was to be held
at the Mechanic's Club, but due
to the closing of the clsb the loca location
tion location was changed to the Casino
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
, FRIDAY, JIJLY 5, 1957
octal ana vwi
Today's 'Squares' Are
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' paiiajyiA'S PRESIDENT ATTENDS AMERICAN SOCIETY
FOURTH OFLt PA1TY AT PANAMA GOLF CLUB
t President 4uU Mi Ernesto die la Guajrdja were honored guest afr toe American Socle-
Fourth ofj'b "party, which wa$ held at the Panama Golf Club yesterday afternoon.
'vl Ambassador &dM& Julia Ftakt Harrington and the president of the American So So-atato
atato So-atato Mr Torieabyanil Mr. Oglcsb Joined them In the receiving line. -:
ay Vuesla at to ty had eme directly from to reception given by United States
i' Ambassador and Mrs, Harrington at too Embassy residence, a -,
, Foiiowinr the n" at the Golf Club, members of the American Society and their
1 guest, racetrack, where they were feted by the
! JOekAmon1rbthe notable, seen enjoyini the celebrations were Gov. and Mrs.. William E. Pot--Mer
and their charming daughters Joanne and Susl. v
ai i.nTiialan IndaDChdenoi
( ,The Ambassador of Venesuela
i Cel. Estebaa Chalbaud Cardona
- and Ws wifehave issued tavita tavita-.
. tavita-. tiom to a reception to, be held at
the Embassy residence tonight to
celebrate the 148tb anniversary of
the proclamation of the Independ-
- rule C- Sanders 111
Dv Hm an-f urlough
AWman First Class Bruce G.
Sanders, III is arriving tomorrow
bv plane to visit with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce G. Sanders.
Jr., in Margarita. Airman Sanders
has just completed a year and a
half bur of duty in Japan and O-
kinawa and after his Isthmian fur.
lough will be reassigned to Tyn Tyn-dalf
dalf Tyn-dalf Ah- Force Base near Panama
The British Aid Society is bold.
ing a rummage sale in the watt watt-ine
ine watt-ine room of the Panama Railroad
Station tomorrow starting at 8: DO
a.m. The proceed of the sale ww
be eiven to charity, and all cor
dially invited to attend and help
the good wont.
J. E. Dern Thomas
The Alpha Delta Chapter' of Pi
ICanna Alnha Fraternity has nam
ed J. E. Dorn Thomas its Most the chapter it i school-wide con
Valued Member of 1956-57. Mr.
Thomas is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Thomas., former resi
oents oi the Canal Zone. A 194B
graduate of Cristobal High School,
Mr. Thomas is presently a senior
in electrical engineering at Geor
cia Institute of Technology.
In presenting this honor- the
Aloha Delta Chapter noted that
Mr. Thomas had been reelected
to five consecutive terms as Table
Manager during which the kitchen
was rebuilt, new equipment vp
stalled and a new.syste,ra-bf book
keeping instituted which resulted
in' morev efficient operation of the
Dining Room. The past year Mr,
Thomas has been on the Frateinj.
ty Executive, Financial and House
Committees. He also represented!
A 15-YEAR-OLD hoy write s:
"My parents keen after me to stu
dy and make good grades. They've
even been after me to. 20 out for
tne debating team. I can t seem
to make them understand that it
might have been 11 right, to be
an a stuaent wnen ; tney w ere
growing up buttnwgs, are, differ different
ent different now, '-'V.,'i'A'vv(
'Everybody in our school looks
down on the kids who are brains.'
So why should I want to be one?
Can't ydu please write something
for parents who don't seem to un understand
derstand understand that if you are an out
standing student youTe a square?
I'd rather write something for
high school students who. are liv
ing in a tight little dream world,
kidding yeuraeves that tha impor important
tant important thing in life is to be medio
cre, so you won't arouse anyone's
dislike or jealousy.
What is the Shortest Distance
evening of fun?
our house to
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A HBTli rtQOUCf rUPAMD aVsOAUY K tffANt BEJWw.
ference on Fraternity Finances, A
year ago Mr., Thomas had -been
elected the Chapter's Ooutstandlng
The other school affairs of Mr.
Thomas have brought much cred
it and prestige to Pi Kappa Alpha.
He is a past President of the New
man Club and present Treasurer
of Eta Kappa Nil, -electrical engi engineering
neering engineering honorary association. He
has also been elected to member membership
ship membership in the honorary, fraternities
of Phi Eta Sugma .(Freshman
Scholastic), Kappa Kappa. Psi
(Band), and Phi Kappa Phi (Sen
ior Scholastic). He. is a member
of the school band. Veteran's Club.
American Institute of Electrical
Engineers (Student Branch and
Institute of Kadio Engineers (Stu
(Continued on Page. 7),
The squares you are talking a a-bout
bout a-bout are. going to be the students
who in a few years will be getting
Into the best colletres. Kids who
have been content .with poor
grades will he scrambling around
to find any college that will take
A FEW years later the sauares
will be taking the best lobs. The
kids who wera so afraid of beina
different they never bothered to
make mora than r passing grade
will be working for the squares.
Mediocrity and being like the
herd may seem to pay off in high
school. Some of the beat athletes
and the most popular girls may
ass their courses by the skin of
But once that high school diplo
ma is yours, you step out of that
little dream world into a. world
where ambition, hard work, brains
and originality start playing on.
It is sar' that today's parents
have such a hard time convincing
their teen-ager, that mediocrity la
a mighty poor goal.
. Kach aotlc for nlmin la this
column should b lubmlrtte hi,
ry-writta form and mailed
the aumkar IMd daily I 'U 'U-cial'
cial' 'U-cial' ad Orhorwlt," or dslivarod
by hand to the office. Notice of
!ti eanno o atwated by
The regular monthly meeting of
Local 900, AIL-UO will be held
tonight at the Gamboa Service
Important matters will be dis discussed
cussed discussed tonight, according to union
officials and ett non-US eltiien
are. welcome to attend,
From Ft, Clayton
Second Lieutenant Thomas J.
P. Jones, a former sergeant with
Jjattery A, 803ro aaa nawauon
at Fort Clayton, was graduated
from the U.S. Army Artillery and
'Guided; Missile Officer's Candidate
School, Fort Sill. Okla., on June
11, with the designation of distin
The desienation was based on
his havin damenstratad outitind
ing qualities of leadership and
personal attributes which indicate
successful career as a Regular
Army officer, and intensive appJH
cation' during the atdemie pnas pnas-es
es pnas-es of the course. Distinguished
graduates are authorized to ap
ply for Regular Army commissions
within twelve month after grad graduation.
Jones applied for officer candi candidate
date candidate school under AR 350-50 on
June 6, 1956, and after being ac accepted
cepted accepted he departed the Canal Zone
last Oct. zz, to attend me scnooi. scnooi.-In
In scnooi.-In a letter to Maj, Gen, Thom
as L. Harrold, commanding gener
al, U S. Army Caribbean, Brig
Gen. Paul A. Gavin, assistant com
mandant of the school, said the
honor reflected great credit on
Jones' organization and on the
personnel instrumental in seiecung
him for assignment at an officer
Cpt C. E. renton entertained at a amall dinner at Hotel El Panama re-
cently celebrating the birthday pf Mr. W. A. Van eicien Jr, From left toright. Mr. C-
Kocher, Mi. and Mrs. Van Bicjen, Capt. Fenton and Mrs. C. E. Kocher, :
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, STORY-TIME Listening to a teacherread a Bible story was one of the dally activities en
joyed Dy tne youngsters wno attenaed the vacation Bible School at Fort Davis. Seated from
left to. right are: David Dayton. Donna Jenell Parsons. Linda Swanev. Wayne Peckem. Edward
Patton.t Nancy Peckem, patsy O'Neil. Star Waring. Julie Lloyd, and Martha Lou Patton. In
the back, row Heft to right) ; Butch Lloyd, Jack Barber, Christine Holden, and Linda O'Neil. -,
xne teaoner is Mrs. uoraiaine fatten. (V.?. Armjr pnoto).
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'FRIDAY, 'JULY S, I!)5V
THE' PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MAMNCi BOOKENDS L&ur'a Foster- .of -Fort Davis make
bookenda duping handicraft class at the annual fort Davis Va,
.tl.. nlkl. Unknnf ITha tViemo "rirfluj tn rhrlst:"' whifih Vll
the offirial theme of the Sehoo
. wi p. ittAi innv.
Davis .children, lh atbendsnce. 'The school was under the dl dl-re?tioa,ot
re?tioa,ot dl-re?tioa,ot Fort Davis Protestant Chaplain Merritt W, Wyton,
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Frnm Ntw Yarlc
Miss Lillian Santor QjE the .staff
of tne anrerican uewisn iiomk
3 Charged In Plot
To Slay Attorney
For Big Insurance
wrircrp V1I W W AfW Via: Til.
ly 5 (UP) A prominent attorney,
a bartender and an insurance a-
nt tniinv fared charces in con-
.nection with a plot to murder a 30-,
vaar-nld lawver to coneci a. iw
ooo.uie. insurance poucy
Tha' lalloupd niot .was unsucccsa
ful although Ihe- young attorney,
Harold pray;, wt liqspitalaed.
The charges Verfc contained In
three informations filed in crimi criminal
nal criminal court here by county Solicitor
; Charles :ANugent. t
... T-'VW '': -..
. Tli infnrrrtntinns rharclne con
spiracy and one charging assault
.with totcnt to kill were filed a a-galnsti
galnsti a-galnsti Attorney Joseph A. Peel
Jr.. bwtender Floyd A-s Holzapfel
and James W. Yenser, an insur
The information said that Feel
tha nla haneficiarv of a
tlOO.000 insurance policy on the
life nf firmv. Nucent iaid Gray ihad
no knowledge that such a policy
had been issued. --. ;; t t
Graywss hospitalized Dec." 12
as the result of an attack on him
at a deserted night club by Holxa Holxa-pfel.
pfel. Holxa-pfel. Gray managed to break away
from the bartender and drove off
in a car containing Feel who had
accompanied mm to tne. scene.
But Halzanfel said he attacked
Gray because the attorney nad
made remarks about him and his
wife. At a trial on .charges ot as assault
sault assault with intent to kill, HolsaDfel
was icquitted. v.
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ts toeing inscribed by Laura on
,cvnn1 VioH mrti-ft than fid Fort
tritjution Committer abd. Miis .Ann
Mazer who is affiliated with the
National Jewish Monthly of B'nai
B'rith arrived on the, 8S .Cristq .Cristq-bal
bal .Cristq-bal for a breif visit here. I
During their stay, they plan to
visit Rabbi Nathan Witkin and his
Hold Luncheon' "
The Soroptimlsts Club will hold
a luncheon tomorrow at 12:15 p.m.
at the Washirfgton Salon of the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panama.
Women's Club Will
Hold Election Luncheon
The regular monthly luncheon of
me ; wmi rj. n" ?
rinhunll ho hplri- WpHnpsdav Julvl
10 4n thSballropmvpf 4he Tivolij
Election and installation' of offl-
Thns unable tn attend are ask
ed to call one of ,the following
Mrs. M. H. coney az-80.' Mrs.
C. O. Frake 82-3244 or Mrs. E. W.
All moot, reedy 1e eot...ki$t
one of many fine Swantaa
foodsl You know they're goed
because Miay're made by tha
makars of Campbali's tovps.'
LOOK FOR SWANS ON
. youtj. find QUA LITT
MOSCOW -i-An official-eemmtK
mque on the firing of top Comma
' "Thev But ub a stubborn resist'
nee to the measures which .the
Central Committee and the whole
of our nartv were carrvina" out to
do away with the consequences of
the personality eun, w eliminate
tha violationi of revolutionary
law thac had been committed and
provide such conditions as would
precwae tneir recurrence.
WASHINGTON, The U.S. Stato
Department on the shake up of
top uimmumsts in nuisu; '.
- 'The serious nature of the diver divergence
gence divergence of views is clearly shown
by the number and importance of
the persons dismissed or shifted.
We are naturally following these
developments closely for the effect
they may have on Soviet basic po
licy.'. I ;
NEW YORK Mr. Rita Meeves
on greeting her bearded' Air Force
lieutenant husband who bad sur survived
vived survived 98 days in the Sierra, Mount-
! 'How Tjorrlble: '.
&?i.H'-&iir- .'r V V-,"1
; JOHNSON CITY. Tenn. Dr.
Alex v Shipley, east. Tennessee
health director; on a. polio, out
VThere is no doubt about it be being
ing being an epidemic.'' rf If.
PHn.ADELPHt A s Vl4vPres&
Amnt- Kirhlrit M. NlXOB on tn-ja
ministration's federal school, aid
i j"rhr ii,a( best a fifty -fifty
rhinna that the bill will pass the
House. during this session. There
is virtually no cnanco-inat it wui
pass the Senate .oejore aojourn
mf nt."k . i i-i
IMURAN: Iran Red Cross Di
rector Hossein Khatibi on .the
earthquake that tut leoranj
I believe that arouna i,wn
Uatt are Head. 4.000 or 5.000 Serl
ously injured and $0,000 rendered
horoeissr -(. tr- ."
riMF.RfiN. La. Jim Mead on
founding up starving came inw
marshes Dy neucopter;
"There's an old Bnnma cow
that atood her ground fer two
riivi anH lust ?. ciarea at me.
don't know just how we are going
to run, her out,".,
san FRANCisccU-Turncoat GI
Andrew Fortune, si, on wneiner
he was nervous anout lacing me
people In his hometown of Lincoln
'Yean, in a way.; Some will hold
it against me."
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y GAtNOR MADDOX
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Recipes that keen breakfast ee
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Herb meat baiia tn sDagnetti
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cor or freezer. Heroa add a new
flavory Rolled oats are ready to
use is tney come xrom the pack package.
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they add some high-quality pro
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One egg,- beaten: l cub rolled
oats, uncooked; 1 1-2 pounds ground
oeei, 1-4 cup chODPed onions. a
tablespoons chopped parsley,. 1-3
teaspoon ttiyme, l-a teaspoon basil
leaves, 2 teaspoons salt. 1-4 tea
spoon pepper, ta wespoon Wor Worcestershire
cestershire Worcestershire sauce. 3-8 cud water
or milk (1-4 cup plus a table tablespoons),'
spoons),' tablespoons),' 2 cups spaghetti sauce.
Mix all ingredients exceot sna-
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Shape mixture into small meat
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Set For July 25
A special men's service sponsor
ed by the St. Christopher's Men's
Fellowship will be conducted en
Sunday, at 6:30 p.m. The special
preacher at his service will be
Rev. William W, Baldwin, priest-in-charge
of St. Andrew's Episeo-
Pi uiurcn, uocou.
During this service, the officers
of the Men's Fellowship will be
installed by the Rev. Clarence. W.
nyi, pnen-in enargt. or 5t
Christopher's Episcopal Church,
Rio Abaio. :
An invitation has been extended
to the men i organizations ef St.
Pful'a, Panama; Christ Church.
Colon;. St Simon's,) Gamboa; and
St. Alhan's. Paraiio, to attend the
service and reception afterward.
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plate with cheese, coffee tea, milk.
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IERICA!T.A!f INDEPENDENT DAILT KEWSPABER "" v ''" v ,.-T FRIDAY. 'JULY 5. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
c$s y s
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Cincinnati Holds Slim Lead
Over St. Louis After Losing
. imn nww n
Editor; CONRADO SARCEANT
JPAGE EIGHT 1
Crystal BWrMteicfs Redle
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fp Third Place Milwaukee
By JOHN GRIFFIN
J. S,'jNEW YORK, July (UP) The Cincinnati Red Red-Mi
Mi Red-Mi B. the New York Yankees in the 1957 World
V. That's the prediction today from
bsebaU's most famous "crystal
ball" the old axiom that the
. teams leading the major leagues
on the Fourth of July will win the
uennantfT. You can't laugh it off
as superstition either, because the
wham my 's getting stronger in re re-vent
vent re-vent years.
J Here's the good news the rec rec-rd
rd rec-rd book has today for Redleg and
Since the modern era started in
biseball in 1901, the old adage has
. come true 70 times in 112 races
an average of about five out of
eight. But in the last five years
it's come true nine out of 10 times.
The on iv Julv 4 leader in that scan
to muff the pennant was last year's win.
So it's the Redlegs by a margin
of just four percentage points ovc I
er the suronsing st. Louis carai
nals, and the Yankees by a solid
three games over the Chicago
White Sox with the rest 'way back
(Baud on 175 official at batt)
CABR H Pet.
63 254 50 90 .354
73 292 46 101 .346
76 324 62 110 .340
if 192 20 62 .323
74 277 55
Playtr and C
Musial, St. L.
Mays, N Y. 74 277 55 89 .321
Robinson, Cinci 74 300 57 96 .320
Hodges, Bk'n 69 267 37 84 .315
Cimoli, Bk'n 64 258 44 81 .3141
H. Smith. St. L. 55 198 16 61 .308
Moryn, Chi. 68 245 37 75 .306
inly by Mickey Vernon's homer,
gave the Yankees their second second-game
game second-game win the second straight
compieie garae win ior iiie per- Amtrican Lagu
a"l h- ?f .2? A Mantle. N. Y. 74 244 68
a suur sian uiu year, veruuu mi: uiilinme Rm
ailUUIVI UUIIIVl 111 XllOl- m ...u
omer mmer in me nrsi game m j R-if
pinch-hit, two-out, two-run job
in the ninth inning off Bob Grim
to snatch victory from defeat.
The A s beat the White box in
the pre-lunch half of their morn
ing-afternoon twin bill by rally
ing for five runs in the last of the
ninth, the last two on Gus Zerni-
al s bloop single down the right
field line. The Sox made sure of
the second with 15 hits as Bob
Keegan scattered 11 A's hits to
Tht oddi-makcri, incidentally,
' disaqr with tha "crystal ball."
In their July 4 rundown on the
4ennnt races, they go along
with the Yankee a M choices
i0 coo the American Loague flag
feut they still like either Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee or Brooklyn at 2-1 in the Na National
tional National with Cincinnati and St.
fLouis each 4-1.
Cincinnati clung to the top rung
$. the N.L. on the holiday despite
a 10-6 slugfest loss to Milwaukee
Ji a single game. The Cards fum fum-led
led fum-led a chance to take first place
at the milestone by losing the first
game of a twin bill to Chicago, 7-6,
before winning, 43. Brooklyn also
split, losing to Pittsburgh 5-1 be before
fore before to Pittsburgh 5-1 before win winning
ning winning 8-2, but Philadelphia swept
the Giants. 2-1 and 6-2.
The Yankees protected their A
, margin bv winding. 4-1. after
losing, 3-2. The White Sox blew a
$-4-c KCision, to Ka'.'.sa&iU'V o '-e
winning,- 8-3. Cleveland downed De-
: M-nif A-t hit thnn Fhst. '.. I 1 a
-2lnffl (ram Rslfimnr host Wah-piirht-hltter ai RlD ReDUlski's hom
er suuuiif;' 111s wiimm'; i uu, n
lefty Curt Simmons took the night-
- Early Wynn tossed a three-
hitter for the Indiana in their o o-ptrnr
ptrnr o-ptrnr to tie for top winning hon honors
ors honors in the majors with his 11th
victory as Rocky Colavito smash
ed a three-run homer for all the
rut's he needed. But Charley
Maxwell singled home two runs
in the ninth inning to give De Detroit
troit Detroit the trtcond game.
Baltimore rallied for a run in
the last of the ninth to tie Wash
ineton 2-2. and then won in the
11th when Jim Brideweser singled
home a run with two out off reliev
er Truman cievenger,
The Cubs rallied for two runs in
the last of the ninth to beat the
Cards in their opener, a game fin
ished by the Cards under protest
over a "safe" call at first base on
a Chicago runner who later scor
ed. Sam Jone six-hitter "ave ne
Cards the nightcap despite two
homers by Dale Long.
Bob Friend's seven-hitter gave
the Pirates their opener against
Brooklyn, but Don Newcombe scat scattered
tered scattered nine hits to take the night nightcap
cap nightcap as Duke Snider bagged three
hits, including homer No. 16.
Harvev Haddix'Aeat the Giants
for the Phils in their pener on an
Skowron, N. Y.
69 238 53
71 235 42
75 305 34 100 .328
69 267 40 87 .326
75 293 45
76 295 36
75 292 42
72 250 44
69 263 45
Williams, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
Malzone, Red Sox
Jensen. Red Sox
Minoso, White Sox
STREAKING rfOMB iyMrs. loly de Lazarrin'a unbeaten Arsent.fn. ftM. 'santiirrnn
hla three local starts streaks'across the, finish: line aU alone after leaving his, comrjetltora in
the US. Indeendence Day classic behind yesterday at the President Remon racetrack, Chilean
Jockey Gulllermp Silya Tode the winner, it wa4 the second' $3,000. added classic victory for the ;
Henry White trained colt in five days, having annexed the National Ked-Ooss classic only
last Sunday, Yesterday Melendez was second by a nose with Poslblemente third. -The others.
Including the once brilliant Chiroke, were veryfar behind at the finish. . t
Santurron Cops 2nd Classic
1 '' .-.;.r i
In Fve Days; Melendez 2nd
Five Records Topple During
Elks July Fourth Swim Meet
(Based en 7 decisions)
caD although he needed ninth in
nine relief after two-hit shutout
ball for the eight frames.
insum. 3-2. in 11 innings
; The Braves had 14 hits, the
Redlegs 17 as they shot off more
firecrackers in one game than
fnosr. A tie teams id in wo. hnk
the-majirts' tops, r,us two doubles PARIS (UP) U.S. track stars,
nd Ed Mathews hit his 17th, while 'paced by Dave Sime. Arnie Sow
ti-we ivowl naa live stratum eu ana Hayes Jones, won eigm
I its for the Reds, including two 'of 12 events Wednesday in an in in-omers,
omers, in-omers, and drove in six nvs. The ternational meet in Jean Bouin
Braves rallied to win with four Stadium. Sime won the 100-meter
Tallies in the eighth, two on nitch- dash, Sowell, of the University of
er Raul Sanchez- wild throw on a Pittsburgh, annexed the 800-meter
. pickoff run and Jones won the 110-meter
Don Larsen's five-hitter, marred hurdles.
VASH1NGTON (UP) Bill Mur-
ray, head football coach at Duke
University, leaves by plane for
Germany with three other Ioarhes
today. The foui mentors will con
duct the Air Force's European
ootball clinic. Leaving with Mur
ray are Red Sanders of UCLA,
Cliff Speegle of Oklahoma AAM.
and johnny Michelosen of Pitts
It's time to step up to
Four Rosea Bourbon time is now.
Don't miss another moment's en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment of the incomparable
smoothness and richness of this
Paced by outstanding perform
ances by Diane Hickey. Martin
Holmes, Jim. Reynolds and Bob
Connor, some 200 Canal Zone
swimmers led an assault on rec records.
ords. records. Five records were broken
and 17 new marks established for
events where no records were a-
The Chamber of Commerce of
Gambua obliged with a perfect
day for a swim meet a bright
sunny day that made every swim
mer anticipate getting into tM
2.1 vH froo stvlo tltlnv A anil nn.
iaerj ..Mattnew Manning, first;
.unite Wilson, second; Gary Vau Vau-cher
cher Vau-cher Time 14:8 (new record)
25 yd free style (Girls 9 and un
der) idnda Benton, first; Su-' here
. Mrs. Loly de Lazarrin'i exnen
sive Argentine colt yesterday aft
ernoon iiasned down the President
nemon racetrack's homestretch to
score a three-leneth vietorv in th
o.ow aaaea one mue and a quar quarter
ter quarter U.S. Independence Day Xlas-
..s .v 'i ."'
The classy four-year-old bay son
of Refucilo-Santa Sofia,, said to be
the most expensive thoroughbred
now competing at the local track,
dispelled doubts that he would be
able to handle the best local com competition
petition competition in only his third s t a r t
sail Shirk, second: Betsy TromV
ble. Time 17:5 (new record)
25 yd free style (Boys 10 and
under) i Richard Ebdon, first;
Lou Engelke, second; Jim Farns Farns-worth.
worth. Farns-worth. Time 15:5
25 yd Free Style (girls 10 and
iirotav Tn font- aannef it Vi a tj.
cials and a good portion of the son
spectators would have welcomed
an opportunity to jump into jtne
A happy throng of swimmers
who had the good fortune of com
ing in first, second or third made
a steady procession as they went
to the winners stand to receive
their trophies from Pete Monaco,
Past Exalted Ruler of the Elks.
under Karen Gill,, first; Gail
220 Yd free style Bob Con
nor, first; Alex Ikeda, sec
ond; Joe Blackburn. Time 2:18.5.
100 yd free style (women) Di-
anne Hickey. first: Carolyn
Holmes, second; Grace Argo. Time
25 yd free style (boys 7 and un
der) Larry Brewster, first; Dru
Marczak second: Steve Townsend
Time 17:6. ;
25 yd free style (Girls T and un
der) Jane Wilson, first; Bebe
Holmes, second; Elva S e 1 1 e n s.
25 yd free style (boys 8 and un
der) John Townsend, first;
Jimmy Gangle, second; Joe Rey
nolds. Time 15:2 (New Record)
25 yd free style (girls 8 and un under)
der) under) Judy Witkin. first: Chris
tine Hassler, second; Twinkles Al
ien, lime zu:s.
Ed Blake Snap Out
01 Pitching Slump
It's time for
' V ....
Available in your canal zone club
:i ''- .: DISTRIBUTORS:
fiuffalo 4, Montreal S (First) v v-Buffalo
Buffalo v-Buffalo 7, Montreal 4 (Second)
Toronto S. Rochester J (First)
4 Toronto 6, Rochester 2 (Second)
Richmond 15. Mumt b (f irst)
Miami 4. Richmond 2 (Second)
Havana 3, Columbus 1
NEW YORK, July 5 (UP)
As far as the Toronto Maple
Leafs are concerned, I- southpaw
Niles Jordan and veteran right
hander Ed Blake snapped Out of
their pitching doldrums just in
Each hurler went the distance
yesterday as the Leafs swept a
doubleheader from the Rochester
Red Wings, 1-3 and 6-2; to snap a
three-game losing streak.
- Jordan whn had Bitched OnlV
one complete gme In It previou.
starts, limited the Kea wmgs to
eight bit? in- the lO-innlne: ooner.
f ; t m n Blair frBt.
ed to a 6-0 lead in the second in
ning and went on from there to
twirl a seven-bitter.
The Leafs twin victories ena
bled them to maintain their
league lead at 1V4
the Buffalo Bisons.
CMf CYRNOS- S. A.
pneond: Bunnv Hender-
j yo tree style (boys 11 and
under) Martin Holmes, lrst; Tom Tommy
my Tommy Gangle, second; Henry Shirk.
Time 13:4 i
25 yd free style (Girls 11 and
under) Pat Daley, first; Mary
Adams, second; Rosemary ft e av
don. Time 15:9 1 j
'50 yd free style (boys 12and tin
der) Jacfc Campbell, first; Ter Terry
ry Terry Slaughter, second: Alfred Rey
nolds. Time 31:5 I
50 yd free style (girls 12 ani
under) Charlene Graves, first;
Helen George, second; Grace Fi Fi-gueroa.
gueroa. Fi-gueroa. Time 31.5 (new record)
50 yd free style (Boys 13 and
14 James Reynolds first; Tom
Dugan. second; Bill Nohl. Time
25.4 (new record)
50 yd free style "(girls 13 and 14
Danielle Harned, first; Helen
bpector. second; Harriet Guhder
son. Time 31.3
100 yd Backstroke (men) Joe
Blackburn, first; Don Ryter, sec
ond; waiter uouveia. Time 1.10.4
50 yd backstroke (women
Carolyn Holmes, first; Grace Ar Argo,
go, Argo, second; Jean Seaman. Time
' 25 yd backstroke (boys 9 and
10) Dick Ebdon, first; James
Farnsworth, second; Matthew
Manning. Time 20,7
25 yd backstroke (girls 9 and
10) Nancy. Chad wick, first: Bar
bara Lewter, second; Linda Ben-
ion, iime zu.x
25 yd backstroke (boys 11 and
12) Martin Holmes,, first; Jack
Campbell, second; Alfred Rey Reynolds.
nolds. Reynolds. Time 17.4
25 yd backstroke (girls 11 and
12) Grace Figueroa, first; Char Charlene
lene Charlene Greaves',, second; Helen
George. Time 18.1
50 yd backstroke (boys 13 and
14) Jim Reynolds, first; Jim
Manning, second; Tom Ebdon.
50 yd backstroke (girls 13 and
14) Danielle Harned. first:
Harriet Gunderson, second; Joyce
Herring. Time 38.7
100 yd Butterfly Breast (men)
Bob Connor, first: Ed Norton.
second; Leaon DobrowolskL Time
50 yd butterfly breast (women)
-Dianne Hickey. first: Charlotte
scmutz, second: Marian Howe.
Time 38.8 .
25 yd butterfly breast (boys 9
and 10) Gary Vaucher. first:
Sterling Homes, second; Bob Mi Mi-kulich.
kulich. Mi-kulich. Time 19.6
2S yd butterfly breast (girls 9
and 10) Bunny Henderson
first; Gail Albritton, second; LiL-
da Benton. Time 21.0 v
' 50 yd butterfly breast (boys 11
and 12) Martin Holmes, first:
Jerry Mann, second; Henry Shirt
50 yd butterfly breast (girls- 11
and 12 Charlene Graves, first;
Pat Daley, second; Helen George.
Time 42.5 ....
- 50 yd butterfly breast (boys 13
and 14) Tom Dugan, first, Doug
MacLean, second; Gordon, Boa
welL Time S3.5
. 50 yd butterfly breast (girls 13
and 14) Charlotte SchulU, first;
Carolyn Holmes, second; Grace
Argo. Time 40.1 .-
100 yd free style (men) 6ob
games over Connor, first; Dick Mauett, sec sec-who
who sec-who downed! ond: Joe Balckburn. Time 54 J
so "1 free style (women) ul-
Off to a good start, Santurron
was rated off the pace, gained ra rapidly
pidly rapidly when he v found an opening
onthe inside taking the last turn
and shot to the front then breezed
home a three-length winner. Me Melendez.
lendez. Melendez. a forward factor, finished
strongly to. outlast Poslblemente
for the place by a nose.
Posiblemente took command two
xuwii8S our ano lor a moment
looked like a winner but this was
before Chilean jockey : Guillermo
oura asicea banturron to give. In
less time than It tjitm'tn n c-
had moved to the.ironV ad
Oermanid j-Tot ;;th short end- of
vr L Pet.
' 48 26 ',.649-
. 45 29 ,608
, 39 34 .5341
40. 36 .526-
3T 38 .493 ;
SM 37 .493
28 45 .384'
25 53 .321
Baltimore at Boston (N)
New York at Washington (N)
Cleveland at Chicogo (N) -Kansas
City at, Detroit (N)
Boston 3, New York 2.
i (Second Game)
New York 4, Boston 1.
(First Game)' t
Kansas City 5, Chicago 4.
Chicago 8, Kansas City t.
' (First Game)
Cleveland 3, Detroit 1.
Detroif 4, Cleveland 3.
Baltimore 3, Washington 2?
Sts Louis -Milwaukee
New York s
- Today's Game
Chicago at Milwaukee (N)
Cincinnati at St. Louis (N
Philadelphia' at Brooklyn (N).'
Pittsburgh at New York (N)
Philadelphia 2, New York 1
Philadelphia 6, New York 1.
Pittsburgh 5, Brooklyn 1
Brooklyn 8, Pittsburgh t
Chicago 7j St. Louis 6
St. Louis 4, Chicago 3
Milwaukee 10, Cincinnati 7.
Cristobal,, Working Boys
Score Basketball Upsets
Atlantic Basketball League
Won Lost Pet.
Alumni .. ..
Cristobal 54, Alumni 49
Working Boys 52, Powells 41
Next Monday's Games. (July
Powells vs Alumni
, Cristobal vs Working Boys
The magic number'49" for thfr
the purse bVtotaWiTSSS, tMs year became an
I.hm i iul u.C. ;-o ", iuw iinlnrlrv nnmhfi' tnr. th Alumni
icugius oenma rosiblemente
iioAi came A.a01T. Chirnlr Tt.n
cito and Embassy The latter tm
wcib prumineni tor the first- seven
lunongs, alternating in setting i
sizzling pacf .,;
Chiroke went off the tnntnelo
vorite with a few dollars more bet
uu uun man santurrnn n..
e ;xP,ected duel between these
. "fuiiam racers tailed to mate materialize
rialize materialize as Chiroke turned in his
w-jrs,nocal Performance. He' just
nlfln'r hau '3v x i
TX" ""YC yeareroay.
: Santurron naid H uin .a 1 Jn
place. Melendez return a1 ta an
' &Ma sp7(uv
piaceand the Santurron-Melendei
one-two paid a juicy $56.80 Santu-
ITOn S time" was a nmrta.;...i-
. .. Bkl.CI Y
siow Z.04 2-5-two fuU seconds off
" u ac& record. ," :
" Afredo Vasquei, ; who won the
&! f -ee "ce. 00 the card, was
the day's winmnge,st rider.. Little
Heliodoro Gustines scored twice
Z iui niy otner Jkey to win
...vi c luctii once.-
unlucky number1 for the Alumni
as they dropped a 54 to 49 dec!
sion to Cristobal in their first
loss of the 1937 season. By way
of. contrast, the Working Boys,
winless in their first four starts,
broke Into the win column for
the first time with a 52 to 41
victory-over1 Powells as the At
lantic Basketball League featur featured
ed featured a pair of sensational upsets
in their regular Monday night's
The Alumni, who have now
scored 49 points In four of their
Along The Fairways
The dividends: t W ".
, FIRST RACE
l r- Mar Bravo H.ai vt m
2 Cypress Bull $3.20
2 Disolav Son is an
2 Display ISon $5.60
rirst Double: $41 JO
1 Pichoto S4.40. lS.2ft '
2 Guarare $5.80
1 Yoyita $10.40. S8 m
2 Full Moon $17. -Quinieta:
w tt FIFTH RACE
FoDeUto 48.60, $3.20
Z Don Graa $2.60
1 r- Ianero $59, $190
2 Daniel $4.60
1 Resuelto $7.20. $4.60
Celestial Fire $6.80
Second Double: U10.M
1 Mrs. HaUicaD $25.20. t4.60
2- Grand Finish $2.80
- NINTH RACE
1 Santurron $4, $4.40
t Melendes $9.60 -.
Rodman Naval Station Golf Club
The Rodman Championship Han-.
dicap Tournament semi finals
are now past history with the win
ners squaring off to meet next sun.
day for the finals.
In the championship flight Jim
Annachirico beat out Bob Griffin
4 and 3 and will meet Dan Robert
son next Sunday to determine the
The first flight saw. Bill Curry
win .over Fete Bashan 3 and 4.
Dick Sullivan will be his opponent
next Sunday in the finals. Anything
could happen in this one for if
iBill is hitting, he. will be hard to
In the second flight Wesley Glenn
beat Mickey Kaplan 3 and 2 and
will have to take on Albrbok's Joe
Vasquei in the finals Sunday,
Last, tut ty so means not
least, comes the women's flight
where a scorcher was played be
tween MacSullivan and Martha
Brewster to the tune of 32 holes.
Two very tired looking airls
made It back to the club bouse
and a slight mumble came from
the mouth of Martha, after decifer-
ing the mumble, the words were,
I won. -
Martha will take on Bernie Dav
is in the finals.
All finals will be played Sunday.
July 7 r v ., ,
There will be a flag tournament
this same day for members sot
participating m the finals.-.
At 3:30 p.m. trophies will be
presented to ail winners and this
will be followed with a buffet
lunch, '. -", .
five games played, were for fh
first time this year, unable to
run up a big lead In the first
quarter. This had previously been
the tactics that' had ridden the
Alumni to four straight wins.
But Monday night, playing for
the first time without manager
Kaizer Bazan, It was all they
could do to hold, on to a 12-poiat -tie
at the end of the first stanza
At half time the league lead lead-ers
ers lead-ers managed a three Plnt ad-
vantage over Cristobal, 26 to 23. i
Paced ; by': Louis HoppeV who
scored 19 Cfistobal points, the
winners raced away through the
final half to move out to a 54 to
49 victory pver Powells. The
Working Boys' big attack was a
25 point first half that put them
8 points ahead of the Powells
Inspired by their first really
game effort, the Worklny Boys
held on to the advantage gained
and pulled away to a 52 to -41
win, their first of the season.
Don smith. Carl Simons and oil
Smith shared ascorinsr honors
for the winners with 14, 13 and
Vi pomis respectively. Only four
players did any scoring for Pow Powells,
ells, Powells, Noel Gcbson leading with 22
8 to 5
To' Turn Back
WASHINGTON, July 5 (UP)
Isidro Martinet switch-hit-ting
from Panama, is favored at 8 8-5
5 8-5 to beat little Davey Moore of
Springfield, M.; again tonight
In their return 10-rounder at
' the New Capitol Arena.
. Their boot will be televised
and broadcast nationally by -NBC
at U P.m. (EDT). In K,
Isidro hope to extend his un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten airing to nine straight.
' Speedy, bobbing and wear wearing
ing wearing Martinet, who can fight
with either foot forward, won
a' decision over the aprlght bat
stocky Davey In Panama, May
1, 1955. But Isidro had to
bounee off the canvas four
times before- he got the ver verdict.'.'
dict.'.' verdict.'.' .' "-.,
Each Improved much since
then and each is now a candi candidate
date candidate for the 126-ponnd crown.
Martinet, wholl be 23 Monday,
is ranked Sixth by the Nation National
al National Boxing Association. Moore,
2L is rated 10th bv the BJnr
the Montreal Rovals twice. 4-3
iM T-4. -. ane HicKey, nrst: caroiya tioimes,
Bubba Church, former Philadel-.eecond: Grace Argo. Time 29.2
fehia Phillies' pitcher, posted hisl 200 yd FS relay (women Ca-
Crst victory along the comeback rolyn Homes, Diane Hie key,
trail in burling the Miami Mar- Grace Argo, Danielle Harned 2:01
1 lins to a 4-2 victory over the. Rich- On the following relay race re-
i mong Virginians. Miami dropped, suits only the first place team will
the opener, 15-6. In a single game, be listed and the four swimmers
Joe HaHeu of Havana turned in a who made up the team will be
3-1, six -bit victory over toe Colum- listed after the event. .
bus Jets. t Continued oa Tart ID I
Midnight to 4:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday
. Join our Informal CLUB 4:30 for tha lata crowd
' the air-conditioned comfort of our Btiboa Bar
v MUSIC BY THE
: CAROL GREAVES TRIO
Mfhtcxp onthefaoase it 4 JO aus.
CAROL- also plays the plane In the Ralboa Bar
If p.m. te 2 ajsw Saau, Taes, Wed. A Thartw
f 1 v 1
In $650 feature
' ; Seven apparently 'evenly matched third series
imported thoroughbreds will battle it out for a $650
purse over seven furlongs tomorrow, afternoon at
the President Remon racetrack, M '
the rest of the field. Braulio Baeza
has the leg up on Tony.
Amihnar Reves Rios will guide
Elko while Bias Aguirrewill do the
booting aboard 1 Chivillngo. King
Flores has been assigned the
mount on the hefty Alhajar.
Eight other prospective thrillers
are inclused on tne cara. i
, Elkot second to Golaio last Sat
iwrinvand Chivlllneo. a fast clos
jng fourth in the same race, shape
nn ih two orosnective eo-fav-
oritei Chlviiingo wifl be going in
an entry i with the one-time top-!
Pappa Flynn, which has-' been
excluded from th betting because
of his fractiousness. seems a sure
winner if he can only get off close
behind the -field. Other scheduled
starters vcre Distlngo, Dawn Song
Diatinpn pat off to a Door start
last week and failed to improve. He
eould be dangerous mis ume.
Dawn Song will be returning
from a lengthy layoff. She will
have her favorite riderj littel He He-hodoro
hodoro He-hodoro Gustines. aboard.
Tony is another fractious, ani animal
mal animal who xould be a dangerous fac factor
tor factor it he forgets his tendency to
By CON R A DO
1 Master MeMy
7-Goldeh Corn II
get out of the starting gate behind if-Febrero II
Race Track Graded Entries
P.. Horn Jeckty St.
1st Race th Series Imp., 7 Fgs ..,,'.. Purse $109
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Pirtlno H. Gustines 103 Ready lor. glue factory
2 Pt'onon A. Reyes R. 102x -Could get up here
) 3 Venganza G. Silva 113 Tougher-field here,
4 Clybern J. Rodriguez 113 Has shown nothing
5 Bradomin B. Baeza 115 Form indicates
6 Master Melody A. Ycaza 113 Ran well in return
7 Oyster F. Alvarez 113 Reportedly f'ready"
Itai Race ''Special' Imp. 7 Fga, Purse $650
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
A.- Ycaza 115 Fractious in workouts
Gustines 110 Reportedly speedy :
l34-Fuilge,!.(Siri ''A, 'Vasquez, J.1&, -Lasi a.s,eOlnt
4 Hunters Horn R. Vas. 112, -k-Disppdintment to date
5 IiUiaito P. Alvarejs 105 Strong finish -in last
' 6 Canoe B. Agulrre 115 High priced Irish- colt
I 2 Clarucha
Purse f )0I
3rd Race Non-Winnew jfat. IF.
r ONE TWO.
1 Angelita J. Guzman 100 Ran well in last
2 Cuca A. Ycaza 115 Has "cow rump"
3 Napa' G. Cruz 112 Bracmour-Laftdia
4 Jipi Japa H. Gustines 103 Lomt overdue
5 Tanganica B. Carvajal 105 Layoff may help
6 Guacamaya Hernandez 102x Showing improvement
f ; i i
F : 1 . .
BAStBALU CLINIC With BHl Veeck at the microphon, Diazy Trout demonstrates pitching
, techniques to 4,000 younR and old fans before an American League game in Detroit. Rogers
Hornsea -illustrate!! ait4"hv a three-foot baseball held, in a foam rubber hand.
4th Race "Special'' Imp. Fga. Pudse 400
1 Matruh H. Ruiz 105 Nothing in- months
2 Quem&todos J. C&dogan 108 "Cucoanut legs"
3 Klosbo A. Reyes; R. 102X -Hopeless, cripple
4 Cormorant F. Hidalgo 108 cft barely walk
5 Encachada B. Baeza 113 Almost as bad
8 Alminar M. Arosemena 100 Less pain than others
7 Onda Real Hernandez 107 Form indicates.
5th Race "E" Natives 7 Fga.
Parte 37 J
'ArVaaqu'es 115 Usually beats these
H. Gustines 108 Dpepda on start
B. Baeza 108 Shuulo be close up
8. Hernandez 103x Earlj- speed only
H. Roll 105 Last doesn't count
Ith Race Ui, Seriea Imp. 7 Fga. Purse 1650
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE ;
1 Elko A. ReyeSi R. 107at Should make It now
2 Tony B. Baeza 108 Usually 'gets left
t -Dawri Song H. Gustines 105 Returns in good shape
44451a tlngo H. Ruirf 108 Could make tt here
AlhaJar': K Florea 118 -Not winning shape
8 (Chlvillnao B. Agulrre 115 Should he hard tj beat
7Jonh Flvnn J. RoflrL 110 r-4t,uucu
j '. V '"If? T
One of the many soorti found
here at Diablo Gym is Tumbling.
Out of the 14 contestants that tried
for the weekly prize last Friday,
M.ame uoerenz ana uarry. van van-Loon
Loon van-Loon cane out on top. Mables' high
score was 61 points while Harry's
was at points, iney eacy receiv received
ed received a prize.
Some of the tumbling events
were: -1 .-. l!;
1. Front Limber
5. Walking on hands
6. Squant Balance' i
7. Cart Wheel.
8. Forward Dive
0. Fish Flop i
All events are graded on the
poinr ystemt- ; i
Other prizes were won in arche archery,
ry, archery, table, tennis,, foul ahooting, and
a treasure hunt,, Games for all.
age groups can be found at the
Diablo Gym. so come Join the
IS Naval District BowlaroHe
The Navy gals went at it again
Tuesday night at tne as nu bqw
leram at Amador.
The Beauties out on a too notch
performance and picked the mob
soms fur a punch of 4 points, i i-na
na i-na Burchette put together a beau
tiful series of a net 570 and had
able support from hert eammates
and- the Beauties uuints tauiea
2443 series, an overwhelming mar
gin over the Blossoms 2192.
The winnina form of the Beau
Each and every Friday contests! ties put them only one point out
art run off for prizes. The boy or
girl with, the most points in the
aboVe sports wins a prize. So. may maybe
be maybe on next Friday you can be the
one to carry, the prize of your
sport home. v
of first nlace. For the faded Blos
soms Martha Bruster contributed
the most pins with a net 485; se
The Bustles although "spotting
the (Bees -5 pins lost the-introduce
1 I I I I I II II ,1 II HM II. II if
1th Race it Series limp. JL Fgs.- Pum fM
I 2ND RACE .OF .THE DOUBLE.
1 Crews Hill B. Baeza 113 -Seks repeat victory
2 Gramllla A. Reyes, R. 103X Has speed to spare s
3 Volcanico R. Vasquez 115 rGood sprinter too
4 Aberargie H. Gustines 108 Will fiht' it out
- 8 Little Fool R. Pristla.n.l0 Not good enough
8 Golden Cora J. Phillips 111 Should be close up
8th Race VC aad Ef Nafc Fgt.-; v
.: '' QUINIELA
: 1 Mlml -- 3. Rodrlguea 108 -Not against these
X Tanara R. Vasquea 110 Gets stiff test her
- 8 Naranjaao A. Ycaza. 118 r-Back. in beat form
4 Dr. Bill J. Gongora 113 -No ready for these
? 8 Tlngat 1 O. Silva 115 Jockey may help
8 Golden Wonder H. Gua. 105 'Must go lower
' 7 Pangola F. Alvarez 108 Distance to liking :
8 (Radical' A. Reyes, R. HOx Not is good shape
i 8 (Yoaikita 8. Hernandez- 107x -Always ckwr up
fth Raee Ith Serles"lnts. 7 Fg
1 Tifit H. Vlustinea 103 Utu.Dy cloie np
2 After lie F. Gatlca 108 Raa well last week
J Suntonner B. Baeza 115 Law was poor
4 Febrero n J. Phillips 113 -Should beat thee
5 Dona Beatriz F. oGdoy 113 Rrtorui from layflff
6 Camberwell R.Vasquez 110 Racing to best form
T Concrete -Pip Moatero HOx Good early speed -J
Verygood . G. Silva 118 Last doesn't count
, Mickey Mantle has been Making like a valid 400 hitter M
recent week and we are beginning to suspect ha has for the
time being, anyhow ... abandoned his muscular ambition to
challenge tha Babe's historic 80. J
This Is not to say the Ambidextrous Atlas (cute?) has sud
denly tieveloped a stdlted repugnance for the cripple, or that he
no longer gives H the full riffle when the pitch is la there; he's
simply concentrating on hitting safely. Homers are secondary.
though nonetheless welcome.
An Important facet of this apparent shift in objectives is
Mantle's business acumen. What price would he be able to com command
mand command as the Yankees' first .400 hitter It Is not altogether un
likely that this Question occurred to him as he's watched his aVr
erage mount steadily from J30 to 90.
1 When he won baseball's triple- crown last -year ... wliicn
means leadlna the league in hlttlnf. RBIs and home runs he
Put a Drice of $60,000 on the achievement and compelled the
ankces to meet it Nor could he be talked into signing for more
wan on? year,
' Mantle thas la In a otitlon to nexOliate a new contract based
a what he does this season. (Whea the Babe hit his record so
he was working n a holdover contract and was unable to capl
talize on his a-reatest stagle performance). 1'
As a .400 hitter. Mantle would, probably put his worth at
W,C(HJ minimum ... nd there wouida't be much doubt about
hii eettinft It. either. He's only 26.. you know, so if he were to
follow a year or so Jater with an unprecedented rash of home
runs,' he'd need an armored truck to take, his pay to tne oanx.
Potentially, he's the game's first, $125,000 hired hand. And that
. 1 1 -1 .Wit
COU1Q D Kiuni mm auui u
Bases i Balls
. . '. : '-V ; ..
Admittedly, it's no cinch Mantle will ver hit .400, Or out out-Ruth
Ruth out-Ruth Ruth; or even make it dangerously close, yet off his '66
ficjuies, and the, way he's going now, ; he must be conceded a
chance, at tnat. - ;
Mantle came off the pace with ji rush. At the end of four
years the book still had him tabbed as a .298 hitter. He jumped'
from a .308 season in '55 to a .353 season in "56, in addition to
leadership in home runs (52) ana rbis uwi now ne is wiaery
accepted as an established star of dazzling- luminosity.
Tha pride of Commerce, Okla.. would be the last to admit
he's put Rutn's SO on tne oack or me aiove to simmer wnue ne
tries to whip up a tasty 400 dish for n consumption, but weU,
as we say the youg man is no dope
fcasebaH hasnt kM 408 hitter since' Ted Williams of the
Red Sex Joined the dab with a .4M performance la 194 L BUI
Terry ef the Giants, who hit 401 la 1930, was the last JiaUonal
Lea Mr t xala admittance..
In weighing Mantle's chances, primary conslderatloa Is the
growing tendency or tne opposition to put mm on, rawer man
pitch to him. Is it possible to achieve a 400 average in such
circumstances? Despite popular opinion to the contrary, it -1s-
' For example, William drew 145 walks In 143 games the year
he got bis .40. A more persuasive luustrauoa was noted in iz3
when tne Babe walked 178 times (It's still a record), yet missed
the 400 circle by oJy seven points. And if ha hadn't struck out
83 times that year he might have made it, anyway. ;. -;..
'J :''' ' j,-- A"d 8trlkeewt -"
The strikeout is a much greater menace to the 400 accom accomplishment
plishment accomplishment thaa the base on balls. In Williams' year he fanned
only 27 times. Then, as now.Jhe ball had to be over before he'd
swing. JUany of the .Babe i strikeouts came on bad bails. Many
of his home runs, too. - v ".--".,
- Of all the 40 hUtera, Terry, with 87, waa prehaaly walked
tbe leaM. AIM he ratrteled his smkeswts te a aaest 33. rt
By BEANS RKARDON
Written for NBA Service
QUESTION: What happens if a
batter Is hit by a pitched ball and
cannot make it to first base?
Answer: There, is no Place in
the rules where a oinch-runner is
aiiowea, out DaseDau is a game oi
common sense The umpire auows
Q. How does an umpire make
the call on one oi tnose Dang-Dang
nlavs nt first base? Gene Devine.
A. He stands off and watches
and also listens for two thmes
the thump of the ball into the first
baseman's mitt ana tne pouna ot
the runner's somes-onto tne oag.
In standine off. it is best to Ret
on a good angle and not be either
too loose or far away.
O. What happens if an infield
fly hits a runner who is standing
on base? Chuck Roche.
A. He is hurt... but safe. If he
were standing off the bag, he'd
be hurt and out.
tory game by 6 pins. In the sec second
ond second game the Bees instead of gath gathering
ering gathering pins were dormant and the
Bustles busted out with a margin
of 146 maples. Then the Bees re resumed
sumed resumed buzzing in the third game
and were way out in front until the
last inning, when the Bustles stif
fened: and swatted tne Bees by
ten pins. V
Elahv Bliss' boosted her averaee
by having a net 489, with Helen
Glud doing likewise with a
and Connie Bunk close by
Field & Stream
CLOTHES DON'T MAKE
By WARREN PACE
PRANCING around in what mo
tion pictures and television would
have you belive are hunting togs
do not necessarily make a man a
Such garb is still worn by pro professionals
fessionals professionals when they are impress impressing
ing impressing the impressionable, acting a
part for the benefit of some well well-heeled
heeled well-heeled tyro 'or posing for. pub publicity
licity publicity stills, but there's no such
thine as standard huntine rlnthine
475 'even in East Africa.
with' The real McCoy professional
474. The Queen Bee for the Bees, white hunters show up in most
was Joan Dauphin who Scored a anything com'fortabler Owen Mac
nnf jdq K..4 kB- .ajtniiH afltn, lrnf
her- out of the '"SOO" lub.
The" Brakers did what no other
teams have-been able to accom
plish and that is break even with
Mimi Metzger league leading
Birds. The Breakers did it the
hard way, winning the last two
game after they were swamped in
the first game. For the Breakers
Probaks and Moores breaking the
pins for 518 and 515 was too much
for the Birds to overcome, aU
though ODl mathrr valiant effort
with her super net szr leu n
With' the season- reaching the
half way mark, the race is becom becoming
ing becoming tighter and any of the three
top teams could cop the trophies.'
Up to date Metzger leaas me
leasue in averages, with Connie
Bunk having the- high set
the tnxt aart; h waa attlW a ptece of he ball aad thas the
aihllity ef a hit was generally present.-. The strtkeont. f eearse.
f fera m sack hP.
Th- strikeout Is still Mantle'i bete aoir. HU SOs in the
past five seasons, beginning with '52, were: 111. 00, 107, 07 sad
99. Over the same stretch, his walks were 75. 79, 102, 1)3 and
112. If walks slow op a potential .400 hitter, strikeouts stop
hbn cold.. t t
,. By JIMMY DEMARET
THE four iron is used with
full swing to cover from, 160
IMS used oy superior piayeri,
along with the five, as a chipping
club. - .
Played as a full shot, it can be
The feet are much closer togeth-
thn with Innc irons. The ball
Will is-olaved slightly ahead of
th pnier Una between the feet.
ithmih'the stance is square to
tha Una nf flioht
Because of,the stance, the swing
starts aprigbl Slightly soonerHhan
that' of the long Irons. Tbe back back-awing,
awing, back-awing, therefore, is not as long
and the hips and weight do not
hift as much. The club does not
h.Mr lnw as the lone irons
They do not break into the shot
until, as with the other dubs,
the handa enter the hitting. lone.
Th- uft arm in straight at impact
but both arms are extended fully
on the tollow tnrougn. me ammi ammi-ders
ders ammi-ders have made a full turn at the
finish, the head following the
shoulders and the eyes the ball.
Keen the ,xiht elbow close to
the body on the downswing.
Hitting' an iron shot, particular particularly
ly particularly to a. green, backspin is desired
to mare tne oau mw.
hittina th- ball, is desired.
This pinches the ball between club
and tun ana causes nwjui.
BALTIMORE (UP) Royce
w.mhU ua-d loarinEiy un sea
son because of a knee Injury.
signed dis 1957 National FootbaU
League contract with the Balti Balti-Tr.
Tr. Balti-Tr. rnht womble. a three-year
veteran in the NFL played colle
giate ban at North Texas swe.
DETROIT (UP) The' Detroit
Tieers have st.ned two caicnen
and an lnneiaer w minor
rnntraHa Oliver Valentine, Dade
City. Fla.. and Ralph ;Hirreii,
Kingsport, Tena., catchers, were
sent to Erie, Pan and Idaho Falls,
respectively, while third baseman
Ron Testennan, Tampa, Fla was
signed for Vakiosta, Ga.
VANCOUVER (UPy Tbe Van Vancouver
couver Vancouver Mountiet baseball club in
tha Psrifi- Cnaat IaSU Will 10
Ion trial Aug. 2 for violating the
Lord's Day Act by playing ball on
Sunday. The team specifically Is
charted with pi a vine arCapilane
Stadium on two Sundays last May.
in violation of the act.
Galium chased around Tangan Tanganyika
yika Tanganyika with us in blue jeans and
no hat at all didn't seem to need
the accepted costume props to ac acquaint
quaint acquaint us with buffalo and kudu.
Tonv Dyer of White Hunters,
Ltd., is much more concerned
with results than how he looks
when spotting a bull in a bunch
Of eland or watching the grass
for a lion. Dyer relaxed in a fad faded
ed faded blue shirt chopped off at the
biceps and a dinky hat that was
disreputable before they built the
railroad to Mombasa. He draped
himself in a British Army surplus
jacket of camouflage against the
dawn chill. No leopard skin bends,
no hokum, Just comfort.
Practical wearability is a lot
more important in any numing
gear than stylish garb. He who
follows United States stereotypes
and appears at a Cody corral
swatched in heavy and brilliantly
red wool, as he might for a day
in the Michigan deer swamps, will
scare tho horses, and chaie him
self raw. (Blue jeans or an old pair
of khakis would be a lot more
Pursuing the wily ory or walk walking
ing walking up pheasants comfort and e-
uough pockets will more nearly
make you a hunter than any num number
ber number of) leopard skin hatbands.
,a "T .... ,- .y.it"ti v r, a
Brakes stop -the wheels
...BUT the TIRES
RETREAD YOUR TIRES
FACTORY METHOD RETRADS
SIZE: 6.70-15 7.10-15 7.60-15
PRICE: $9.50 $10.00 $11.00
AND . YOU GET A NEW TIRE GUARANTEE
REMEMBER . A. TIRE CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE!
n (Z f! ZVf ts
BUY NOW PAY LATER!
:; c ; like a cigaretta should I
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TH1 PANAMA AMERICAN AH INDEPENDENT DAILY 'NEWSPAPER J .,),'!-,,,. 'J. 1 .ZJL.U ..-.CZ .JfWDAT, JULT I, IM7 J
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' 6 THIS SPACERS FOR SALE. ; '
V FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONEWO ;
V3hftft ,) miViJi,
- V, f 1 I I v H
MR RENT: Two eomfotlabl
iurnithed small ehileti at Btlla
Vista saction. Raasonabk prica
of $70. For details call tele telephone!
phone! telephone! 3-1933 or 3-7251.
FOR REMTModm halet, 2
bedrooms, garage, maid's room.
Aquilino de la Guardii Street No.
22, apposite "El Panama Hotel,"
FOR RENT: Brand -new chalet,
"Loma Alegre." 2 bedrOomsJ?V-ing-dining
room, porch,' hot wa water
ter water installation. Call 2-2648,
FOR RENT: For 3 to 6 months,
modern furnished three-bedroom
house, maid's and laundry rooms,
terrace overlooking oceanv televi television,
sion, television, hot water, excellent neigh-
borhood'. Call 3-5692.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroem chalet,
living room, dining room,, swim swimming
ming swimming pool, electric, plant at Cer Cer-ro
ro Cer-ro Axul. $100 Inquire 8th St.
No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa, 1866.
'"PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa: Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. de P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT: Lae site for of office,
fice, office, first floor, cast Bis "22nd'
Street No. 24-72, $100. Inquire
8fh Street No. 5-30. Phone1
FOR RENT: Rooms, building
under construction. Ready for
occupancy end of this month,
$11. West 27th Street, end of
Canal Zone border. Inquire 8th
Street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
rvviT irief-rnn C n ...41 1...
t.l.- D.ln ir.lml f
SI ,.,"7," 1a rc...X..;1
went official William Rountree;
m bhi arrival in New York
kboard the liner Independence. I
frhe Crown Frtoet, brother of
mrt c a i. i. hi.
knedicat treatment for a report-
bui K tjatiiu, ia ni9 vvwi'n
ed kidney ailment.
first and second bases and one out,
yogi Berra swung at a third strike.
The pitch got away from Catcher
tart BatUy. Berra made motion
as if to run, thea remembered be
bnuMn't because be was automa automatically
tically automatically out with first Date occupied.
J Jill Skowron. who was eo first
pase, etarted to head for cecond.
Vrj Ac turned and went back to
ITm Date. Oareiy Or Ung the :
throw. W IS he IS daneer Of being
exit out nr an nT h.hsyi .v.,
put m or era piay haltetf when
Tra wa OUT? BOD Iteinnarul.
4 Answer: Ho wa on hie owes end
fed to boat ttv throw .back.,
Q. Nelson Fox, the lit Sex
lecond baemaxt, more often than
fcot in the senes at Yankee Stadi Stadi-uiav
uiav Stadi-uiav had h.s left foot conpletely outi
oi the batter- box (he's a left-
Mrd hmr. Tiat wouH fe.poea if
h 1 H fve r !l safely end the a
rr-.f. B"".r to; "ted his
c' .-George Dwypr.
A. The, wmp.ro ceejid R Km
Out ... i..
i 1 1
ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just bu
modern furnished apaitmenti, I,
2 bedrooms, hoi, cold water.
Phone Panama J-4941. X
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bedroom
unfurnished apartment in
fine residential dictrict, -Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, refrigerator included.
Porch, parlor-dining room, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, kitchen, .tiled, screened,
$55. Apply No. 1 12 Via Belisa Belisa-rio
rio Belisa-rio Porras, near Roosevelt The Theater.
ater. Theater. FOR RENT: 3-bedropm apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, large dining
and living room, separate maid's
room with bath, garage, unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, in high cool locality, all
screened, in El Cangrejo. Same
but 3 bedroom. Phone office
hours 2-0321, after office hours
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur furnished,
nished, furnished, cool, spacious two-bedroom,
apartment. "Easy" washing
machine and dryer included.
Must be seen to be appreciated.
Call 3-5024, Campo Alegre.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished
apartment on Via Porras No.
120, beside Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commissary. For
information phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, Avenida Justo Arosemena
37-11. Information: 37th Street'
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 -bedroom
modern apartment, garage,
al conveniences. 168 Via Belisa Belisa-rio
rio Belisa-rio Porras.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, kitchen, porch and ga garage
rage garage in Vista Hermosa. Phone
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, living room,
dining room, maid's bathroom,
screened, hot water installation
garage. Manual Maria Ycaia
Ave., "Cristina" Bldg., $140.
Inquire .8th Street No. 5-30.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room",
bathroom, light, gas, telephone',
$70, furnished. 172 Sabanas,
rear of Fire Station. Inquire 8th
Street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
one bedroom, large living-dining
room, garage, hot water, maid's
bathroom. "J" Street, El' Cangre Cangrejo,
jo, Cangrejo, No. 2, $85. Inquire 8th St.
No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR ENT: I -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, building recently built,
facing "Colegio Javier" on 3rd
Street, Perejil, $70. Inquire 8th
Street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment, living room,
dining room, two bedrooms, stove
and refrigerator. 43-64 Bella
FOR RENT:--- Near El Panama,
completely furnished apartments,
hot wter. Veryl reasonable. Call
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100 yd free style (relay boys 10
and under) John Townsend,
Jim Farns worth, Dick Ebson, Ga-!
ry Vauher. Time 1:03.9 j
100 yd free style relay (girls 10 i
and under) Barbara Lewter,
Nancy Chadwick, Betsy Bell Chris-'
tie Jenner. Time. 1:12.5
100 yd free style Relay (boys 12
and under) Sam Witkin. Garth
Jerry Mann. Martin
Homes. Time 58.8
.A00 yd free ,s.lylf reLay (8irls. 12
-(emen oeorge, Hat- p X70Le
"f. He- h"lene Grlves. PDV HOOdlUm WOIKS
faly. Time 1:01 I
200 .yd free "style relay (boys 14
and under) Jack Campbell, Doug
MacLean, Austin Smith, Bill Mohl.
200 yd free style relay (men)
bob Connor, Dvi: Mallett, Joe
Blackburn, Larry Siege). Time 1
I'.llMl Siata UiMrirt Cearl Fer The
Ukatrirt mt Tht Canal Zh
Kandolpti H. McLaughlin. Libelant vs.
M V Tropic Trader. RepondenL Ns.
4521 In Admiralty Marshal's Notice of
tlv vtrtiw af an Oi il.i nt Kal iaaiiMf
out oi the United Steles DVtrict Court
for the Dwtnct of the Canal Zone. Bel-j
Division, on the Stth day of June,
157. notice is hereby girtn that I wl!l
n ,u, .uctiooT for cash, us
eurrencT. e Monday, the Uth day of
Jaly. 1SS7. at l aelock a.m. at the
United SHates District Court House, An-,
eon. Canal -Zone, She Motor Vessel Tro
nic Trader, her origin, boilers, tecklo.1
turnrture. etc. a sne new ties in the
heian of BUlhoa Harbor, elboa. Canal
For further triform tien. wrtte Vntted
State MirtkiL Drawer J. Bilhoa
Zone, or Selephone bis
Jm a, 151.
Jar t, I rh4-f
chiw Deputy kUrahai.
LEAVE YOU AD WITH ONE Of OUR
BARDO No. 26 B'' Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. a J It. t LEWIS
0da.,a in i A ...... umictum t. vvmAuiir I I. .1
VAN-DEB-JIS-50 Street No. 51 F ARMACIA EL BATUKKO Faxque Lefevre I
the Bella Vista Theatre.
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.
FOR SALE: 1 954 Ford, 27,000
miles, on owner.' Perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Discount for cash. WHI ac accept
cept accept exchange for. older car.. In-
quire personally, Tivofi Avenue
No. 21-A-24, Apartment 7, of office
fice office hours.
FOR SALE: 1955 Font V-8
2-door Fairlane, wsw, radio,
other accessories, undercoated.. undercoated..-Can
Can undercoated..-Can be financed. Will sacrifice,
Jeaving. Call Kobbe 8141.
FOR SALE: 1954 Dodge 2-dr.
Station Wagon, six-cylinder, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, 2100 miles,
$ 1400. Coco Solo 554, after 4
p.m. or office 652.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Victo Victoria,
ria, Victoria, excellent condition, 24,000
miles, $995. Call Balboa 2441.
FOR SALE: 1948 Cadillac, duty
paid, good condition,' good tires.
Call 2-3 181 or see Lochner,
FOR SALE: 1953 red & black
Iftiick Special Hardtop Converti Convertible.
ble. Convertible. Balboa 1993 or 41 77.
FOR SALE: ,1950 De Soto 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, good condition. 48th St.
No. 15. Phone 3-3443.
FOR SALE: 1953 Morris. Ox Oxford,
ford, Oxford, 1955 Chrysler Windsor.
Cheap, due to trip. Call 3-5533.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers r Shippers Mover
Phones 22451 2-2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
at by appointment.
Gibraltar I.tfe ins. Co. ;
for rates and Information;'
Tel. Panama 2-055J
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. Pan. 2-1661
ELE VISION SERVICE
With F 1.2 Lens
Panama N. York
Youth To Station
NEW YORK. July 5 (UP) Po
liceman Antonio Fusco, 27, walked
a prisoner four blocks to a station
house today with a six-inch par
ing knife protruding from pis
He turned his prisoner. Jose
Flores. 18. over to a desk sergeant
and was rushed to a hospital where
his condition wss reported fair.
Fusco was. stabbed above the
heart by Flores, he said, when he
interceded with a group of youths
who were making a disturbance.
Roy Cohn. Visits
Panama To Study
Shrimp Industry ;
Roy Cohn who won notoriety as.
the late Joseph McCarthys eide.'irreat'grandson turf umu j-ni-left
the Isthmus this morning aft-jlippe- The bride is the daughter
er a six-day visit. lof Duke Philip of Wurtemburg and
Cohn, who -was i guest at v El t Archduchess- Rosa of Hapsbtrrg.
Panama Hotel occupied. a. suite Between them, they are related to
with t. Albert Garcia. (almost every crowned head of Xu-
Cohn was here representing a' The couple exchanged vows dur-
vrnun of invuslnre intemtMi iniinf att nour-tODE reli"iO' ee -.mo
lt he shrimo industrv of Panama.
Although he returned to New Yorker first visiting the Dreux Town
Garcia is still oa the Isthmos. Hail for a civil ceremony. -'
OB OUK OFHCES AT JT -ITf' tWKEBT, fAHAMA- LIBRERIA PRF.CIADO-7 Sbee( U .ACnAS
PU CASA ZALDO-Central Ave. 45 LOllRDES. PHABM AC-182 I Carrasqulll. ARMACIA LOM-
FOR SALE: 1 956 JMoatelair
Mercury Hardtop. Reasonable.:
24-inch TV R.C.A. Phone 3-2775.-
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco blocks, 4" x 12.' x 12".
They are economical, .fight and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clsyco & Alfireria, S. A.,
Via Espana No. 37-48. Phono
FOR SALE: Registered Cocker
Spaniel pups, 5 week old. Call
Pedro Miguel 4-601.
FOR SALE: Five pairs of ladles
summer dress shoes, 2 matching
bags, all in fine condition, six
7V2-8AA $10. Woodstock stan standard
dard standard typewriter $35, 26-inch
schwinn built bicycle $15, '25 '25-cycle
cycle '25-cycle washing machine other
items. Phone 85-4196.
TECHO" BRAND PRIME QUA
LITY ZINC SHEETS 36 BG
2" x 6', special galvanized finish,
$1.25 per SHEET. "PAN AMER AMERICAN
ICAN AMERICAN CONTRACTORS,1 INC.",
6th Street, Parque Lefevre, Tels.
3-5471, 3-6707 or "LA IM IM-PORTADORA
PORTADORA IM-PORTADORA SELECTA", H St.,
Tel. 2-1483. V
FOR SALE: Swiss violin with
Case, child's large tricycle good
condition. Reasonable price. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-6779, Panama.
FOR SALE: 17" TV set, 1$ u.
ft. deep freexe, dchumidifier,
1947 Plymouth 4-door sedan.
Disc Jockey Wages
Plays Xmas Carols
MIAMI BEACH, July 5 (UP) (UP)-Radio
Radio (UP)-Radio disc jockey Art Greeij con conducted
ducted conducted one-man safety camnaiffn
yesterday spinninfrsuch tunes as
Christmas music, "fflpr. those motorists-'
who won't Mr with us next
It Was the station WKAT disc
jockey 't annual July 4 program of
Christmas carols for careless ho holiday
liday holiday drivers..
''It's for those who lave drunk
a little too !much,( are; little
careless or a little -too tired .and
won't be with u. on Dec. 25 he
said. . v
Green, who began the first
ennstmas in 4uly show last
year, Degan spinning the carols 15
minutes before midnight. He con continued
tinued continued playing the Christmas mu music
sic music until midnight last night.
His program last year brought
a great deal of response from all
over the world. Wednesday mail mailmen
men mailmen brought him dozens of Christ Christmas
mas Christmas cards from as far wnv
Maine, Connecticut and Colorado,
President's Foreign Aid Plan
Snags on New Economy Demand
WASHINGTON, July S (UP)
President Eisenhower s foreign
aid request collided today with a
new economy demand.
The Council of State Chambers
of Commerce called for a cut of
almost one billion dollars in the
President's request for new mil military,
itary, military, economy and technical aid
funds totalling $3,864,000,000.
The Senate already has ap approved
proved approved the program with a reduc-
To French Throne
DREUX, France, July 5 (UP-
Prince Henri, beir-pretenaer xo ine
istnt French throne, and
Tirha Marie Therese of Wor-
temburg, Germany, were married
today in the second royal wedding
n EVanr in 71 vear.
Th colorful ceremony, attend
ed by 300 glittering members of
Europe's diminishing royal fami families,
lies, families, captured imagination of the
romantic French people.
Dreux population of 1,500 tri
pled overnight. Hotel reservations
in this Uny town aouuiwesi m rar rar-is
is rar-is were sold out weeks ago as
Frenchmen and tourists elamorvd
to get a glimpse of one of the
biggest Royal weddings in postwar
Prince Henri is the eldest son
of Count Pans and a great-great-
Iny in the Saint Louis Chapel ait-
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I a ... u it a Vfvrn nmUVJnitn AnMpmnu Ave. add A3 ML 01 rAKMAHA
Street FABMACIA "8AS" Via Porras
FOR SALE Household furni
. ture consisfiAg of living -room
' furniture, TV, electric stove, aii--
, tomatic washing machine, drape.
' Private party leaving Canal Zone, v
; Quarters No. 1 5, Albrook. Phone
FOR SALE: Living room suite,
' plastic covered: I sofa aitd 2
chairs with coffee and end tablet,
$125; baby carriage, English.
$25. See at Qtrs. 100-B, Fort
Kobbe or call 84-2126. S
FOR SALEi Tappan gas stove,
4 burners, even, $50. Call 3-
1039. .. - ; y
FOR SALE: 6-ft. refrigerator,
"Sears," $85, good condition.
Box 52, Curundu, C.Z.
FOR; SALE: Air conditioner, 25
cycle, 'A -hp., good condition.
Call Balboa 1588.
FOR SALE: Necchi sewing ma machine.
chine. machine. Call .3-1017 or 3-6606.
FOR SALE: Glider, nnerspring
cushions, coil 1 springs, inner inner-spring
spring inner-spring mattress double, mahog mahogany
any mahogany rocker, night tables, refrig refrigerator,'
erator,' refrigerator,' books, miscellaneous ar articles.
ticles. articles. 720-A, Prad'o. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa .4234.
FOR SALE: Finest household
furniture, excellent condition:
Easy washing machine $275;
Tappan range $250; Ascort wa water
ter water heater $75; studio couches,
lamps, chairs, desks. Weekday
after 4 p.m. All day Saturday and
Sunday. Capri Apartment No. 4,
Calla F, El Cangrejo.
Gulf Of Mexico
On One Wafer-Ski
KEY WEST, Fla., July 5 (UP)
A University of Havana physi physical
cal physical education professor water-ski-ied
on .one ski from Havana to
Key .West, on-Wednesday.
The 90-mile non-stop perform performance
ance performance had never been done before.
Miguel Garcia made the trip a a-cross
cross a-cross the treacherous Gulf of Mex Mexico
ico Mexico in four hours, beating his own
estimate by an hour. The Profes Professor
sor Professor said before he left that he ex expected
pected expected to make the trip in five
Mayor V. B. Harvey of Key
West presented trophies to the
skiier and boat captain Jorge
Bethhart, who towed Garcia in
the yacht Trueno, on their arriv arrival
al arrival here. A reception in Garcia'
honor was held tonight with Cuban.
counsui osvar Morales and other
Cuban officials present. .-,
Garcia said that his main trou trouble
ble trouble on the journey was "my feet
going to sleep." He said the. wa water
ter water was calm the first half or the
trip but rough on the final two
tion of only 227 million dollars,
and the council pinned its hopes
for a "substantial reduction" on
the House, which hopes to con consider
sider consider the issue starting late next
The House Foreign Affairs Com Committee
mittee Committee Monday recommended tn
the House a reduction of $622,667.--
ui tne jusennower r e q u e s t.
The committee's economy action
went far deeper than the Senate's
cut but was well-short of the min minimum
imum minimum saving goal set by the State
Chambers of Commerce.
Set The Pace
Efforts to Impose additional cuts
are certain once the bill gets on
the House floor. The House this
year has set the pace for the
noisiest economy campaign in
years. So far it claims to have
voted cuts of more than four bil billion
lion billion dollars in the President's ap appropriations
propriations appropriations requests for the fis fiscal
cal fiscal year that began Monday.
Regardless of what the House
does to the new aid authorization,
the economy bloc, will get a sec second
ond second crack at the program on an
appropriation hill 'to put op the
Rep. uuo jb. Passman (D-La),'!
chairman, of a subcommittee that
already is considering the appro appropriations
priations appropriations measure, has proposed
U irve.it a heavy paring. -,'
Listed Stat' Sharo
The Council of-State Chambers
of Commerce delivered its new
blow -at the program in a report
to member chambers which listed
each state's share nf awt nMu4in
totalling almost, 70 billion -dollars
sink World War II. The report
also broke dowa by states the'
roit of the President's proposed
program for the new fiscal year.
1 ne council said Congress in Oe 'g
past five years had imposed cots; I
averaning 22J per cent of the. I
n j .. . ... i
rrratorni a annual loreiEn aa re-'
quests. A cut of this size this year
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conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
-bar. Hotel (nternacional "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata S da Myo.
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LIVERY DELIVERY .CHARGE by bringing
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Star Judy Taylor.
Husband Die In
July 4lh Smashup
LARAMIE, Wyo., July 5 (UP) (UP)-Actress
Actress (UP)-Actress Judy Taylor. 24, and her
husband of only four months, Gre
gory Mfayette, also 24, were kill killed
ed killed yesterday when their automo automobile
bile automobile collided with another just
north of Rock River, Wyo.
They were returning to their
New York home for a vacation as
Miss Tayler had just completed the
movie, Jaiihouse Rock with. El
vis Presley in Hollywood.
. Miss Tyler, a brown-eyed,- Mack-
n aired beauty, was killed instant
ly, in the -gnmung, head-on colli collision.
sion. collision. Her body was tor.ii in half.
Lafayette, a television actor from
Hopewell Junction, N.Y., died in
hospital later in the afternoon of
The Wyoming Highway Patrol
said Lafayette's car crashed into into-a
a into-a car driven bylPaul Reed. 33. of-
nanna, wyo., wnen the actor
swerved -td avoid another car tow towing
ing towing a trailer. Don Jones, 23, of
Hapna, passenger in the Reed car,
would total 979 million dollars, the
"It would seem that Congress
would hardly cut less in this year
of unprecedented public demand
for lower federal spending," the
group said in a report prepared
by Eugene F Rinta, its research
The reoort said oast ruts ha
hot hurt the program. It said with
money already, on hand the, ad administration
ministration administration will- have aImostlJ0
billion dollars to spend on foreign
aid this year, even after the Sen Senate's
ate's Senate's cut.
The President asked for
$3,864,000,000 in new m o n e v for
the year plus authority to spend
524 million dollars in funds al
ready on hand that otherwise
weuld revert to the Treasury. ;
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was almost decapitated an4 died
at the scene.
Reed was reported in fair con
dition in Laramie Hospital. A doe
and cat fa the Lafayette car also
were killed. : r
Miss Tvler. who wax xkvrnr-kt.
ing toward stardom,- formerly liv-
ea at reaneck, N.J. She won the
title of "Miss 'Stardust" in a na
tionwide beauty contest in 1949
and 'entered the movies- by way of
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mittee committee of the pacific Evergreen
Garden Club for a cocktail par party
ty party to be held at the bohlo of the
National Distillery on National
Highway tomorrow night from 7
tO 8.' .
Victor Boa knd his orchestra
will furnish music for the occa occasion.
sion. occasion. A door prize and other en entertaining
tertaining entertaining features are slated
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tirnnHrKir "virTMS A ctoud "of people removed froitf Cameton to Lake Charles, La.,
iSfffiJWl&mg t relatives' apd trends, hoping .they toTvlU be, rescued by workers -,
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To Hurricane-Sw$pt Cameron
2 LAKE CHARLES,, L., July 5
A civil defense leader. an
flounced today ,4haf Cameron, La.,
which; hurricane Audrey, Almost,
wept away a week ago,, is sale
: pough for the heads of surviving
families to return ; irom w remisec
Tenters and see: 'what the wind and
A. VIVH left them.-
t Tti hnrrtoanfi left Cameron
fiawn of 200 persons," and other
" ttwns and villages along ine soum
Kaitorn. Tjinlxiana coast. Wilt
. inrf at huriiex. carcasses, lumber,
jttones and rattlesnakes. Survivors
were urged to stay away.
"vflut' Welcomev W.i Wilson, South South-moitorn
moitorn South-moitorn Hirpf tnr at "crvil defense,
said today, that rehabflitation- work
t suflicientiy -.aovsncea jor uic
ads of "families to 'return and
iar' work crews, but that children
-should remain where' tbeyjare.
At 'the same "timer Calcasieu
; rish'. rki .Charles, Sheriff Hen-
fir Reid announced tbat4h total'
at counted dea 'bas'recnea -3uo,
ri.irtinu 1M identified jind J14 un-
Rlentjfted.t Sixty-six .pjersooivare .pf-i
Veathcr Or: Not!
This weather report for -the-""
--14 hours ending a.m. today,
JJlg prepared by the Meteorolo--Hcal'
.'Branch f ;th Panama Canal
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stAIN (inches) ',
v .inner harbors) 15
tl SATURDAY, JUL!
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THE BOOK THAT BOLDLY REVEALS
-K fA" country I.
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. In addrtion to the lives it took
along toe: Louisiana Cost, Audrey
killed 30 other persons in. other
sutes; Hiwent all the way to Cad
d before, it finally dissipated.
One of two bodies, recovered to to-rfav
rfav to-rfav wa that of Jackv Clark. two
I months old, the youngest son ofiparade field. ;. ;
- IDr Cecil Clark, a hero of the in the reviewing party with Mil
JIU11 Vs. 'wuv
his five children two wer visit visiting
ing visiting a grandmother and survived-
and His wife syoiv 33, Dareiy es
caDed. .. i . .
He was tameron s oniy aocior.
Despite his own grief, he stayed
on the job in the Cameron i court
house treating snd comforting the
injured. He is still in Cameron,
setting bis little hospital in con-
Actusuy, some ot ine survivors
of the hurricane have; never left
the coast Others, .including whole
families, have drifted down the
Calcasieu Kiver ami tne reopened
road to 'the coast, ignoring the
appeals of officials to stay in t
fugee centers; r
Federal', officials want to put up
a' tent city or throw up. tempora
ry,1 prefabricated homes at Came Cameron,
ron, Cameron, butt they ican't get .local offi
cials r to teciae Jwnat tney wani.-
More than 800 workers, includ including
ing including returned, residents, soldiers,
Red Cross officials and civil de
fense representatives, are either
woTJting at Cameron or using ii
as a1 base for work af other, points
along the coast.
- Many worker at- Cameron sleep
in the-courthouse) one of the few
buildings that did-not suffer major
damage: : : :
Don Stotit of Atlanta, ua., in
charfie' of Red Cross operations,
said persons returning to Cameron
wiH find it hard to get tood and
water. All Red Cross workers who
go in, be said, will have to be vac vaccinated
cinated vaccinated for typhoid fever.
'Gator Bites Back
LAKE "WALES, Fla., July 5
(UP)r- Game warden Allen Neal
said- today at least two alligator
hunters will use bigger guns the
next time they hunt the loueh-skin-ned
reptiles., Neal said the, two
men fired at an 11-foot 'gator with
22 caliber rifles and he bit a
-hi'ik out of th-bottom of 'their
pricesv tan -0.40
t00, :55;4:5if, 7;05, f:20 p..
20th Inf. Will Hold
The '20th Infantry ,Reaimenh at
fort Kobbe wilP. honor thei new
commanding oinper, W)i. .i itooert
W. Garrett, and pay tribute to
their outgoing commanding officer,
Col. Col. Frank D. "Miller, with a
chanse-of-coromand parade tomor
row at 10 a., at the Fort' Kobbe
ler and Garrett will be a staff con
sistlng of Lt; Col. James E. Stmms,
Maj. John C. Seabury,' Chaplain
(Capt.) Thomas L. McMinn, Jr.,
and M-Sgt... Elliott L. Robinson.
. Participating m the parade Will
be the 1st Battalion, commanded
by Lt.1 Cot. Lloyd A. Brown; the
2nd: Battalion, which will act as
the 'color battalion, commanded by
Lt. Col. Johnnie C. Brink; the 3rd
Battalion, commanded by Maj.
Micnael C. Chester: Provisional
Battalion, commanded by Lt. CoL
John W. Sim mons the 79th Army
Band, and armored and air ele elements.
ments. elements. Following the review of the
troops by Miller and Garrett and
the reading of the order which re relieves
lieves relieves Miller and assigns Garrett,
the outgoing commander will sec
ure the 20th Infantry colors and
present them to Brig. Gen. Milton
L. Ogden, deputy commanding gen general,
eral, general, U.S. Army Caribbean. Og
den, in turn, will present the colors
to Garrett and the new command
ing officer of Sykes' Regulars, will
officially assume his post;
As part of the ceremonies, two
H-l3s .and three L-I9s are schnriul.
ed to execute a flyover.
The public is invited to attend.
. It takes a moo to odmrt he's
, wrong and a woman to prove it.
It 0 0 (TODAY) iarnasWi
THE TWO TKOST PErtACtJLAR 'MOTION
PICTURES OF THE SEASON!
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Id lA peopU
'"In times, such as these; when!'
communism oDDOses our Ameri
can' Ideals, It Is especially impor
tant that we do not forget the
heritage of freedotmand demo
cracy that we obtained on July
4tn. 1776. r-fi
Inthesle wordsLt GenRob-
ert M. Montague, commander m
C?ilef pf the Caribbean com command,
mand, command, yesterday sounded the
keynote, of the oay-iong Facmc
aide Independence pay ceieora
hftfof inn midiennA of Wore
in:ninnu at the fRniboai
600 people, at '-tne Bamoa
2 Former Zorians,
Capl,f Mrs. Small,
Die In Car Mishao
Capt. and Mrs. Elmer. B. Small,
well Known ; long'tlme former
resiclents of the .- Canal Zone,
were killed instantly last 1 Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday in. kn automobile accident
in Kingston, N-Y, according
news received on the Isthmus
Captt Small, a former 'Pana
ma canal pilot who retired In
1950. was 69 years old.-His wife.
Victoria, was a member of the
Panama canal Chapter, Daugh
ters of the American Revolution,
and -the canal Zone' College
Club. She was well known in lo
cal art circles and gave a num-
oer or exnioiuons ,or ner pami
ings nere. o ?
The smalls were small boat
enthusiasts and at the time of
his retirement they i sailed their
Balboa-built ketch "Sagamore
on a leisurely cruise of the West
Indies1 and berthed their boat In
Florida where they spent the
winter months. The balance of
the year they divided their time
between their home in :Clary
vine, N.Y., and their summer,
cottage on Cape Cod in North
Capt. and Mrs. Small are sur
vived by their son, Neal, a New
York lawyer, who attended Ca
nal Zone schools and Is a trad
uate of Tufts college and Har
Capt Small was born In North
Truro, in 18887 He was employed
as pilot-in -training, in March,
1926 and was made a probation'
ary pilot the following Septem
ber. He became a full pilot la
August, 1927, and retired : Aufr
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PANAMA, R. P.'
Individual Responsibility y
Tells July Fburt0Mdien&
.Relating the present day world
situation to the fisrht for free
dom faced by the early American
patriots, Montague spoke of the
1 unity of purpose that bound the
American colonies together "as
being the same unity of purpose
that today binds the republic of
the Americas together for mu mutual
tual mutual defense of the "Western
Quoting the famous lines from
Dafilfl1 TTmmmbL siw .
wnai curse otners may Uke m
a- for nhrfw nu,.
as for me give me liberty orsrive
aeain,-- tne general pointed to
the analogy for the free world
today, m tne ract that interna international
tional international communism which consti constitutes
tutes constitutes a form of evil as tyranni tyrannical
cal tyrannical In its concepts as any expe experienced
rienced experienced by the colonials muss
not be accepted In any form..
v "We must all believe," the
general said, "that) there is no
middle-ground, no appease appeasement
ment appeasement We must keep our liber liberty,
ty, liberty, even face death for it.".
Speaking about the issues of
communism he emphasized the
fact that it is much more than
just the threat of vast military
xorces against tne nations of the
lit is a combination of threats
political, economic and nsveho-
loglcal as well as military ac
cording to tne general, who then
outlined one of the Important
things that the united States
government Is doing to defeat
"One very positive action ta-
hereby notifies the pubKc iri general that
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ken by our government Js its
participation with, our rUies in
tne development of a collective
oovciu iwr ccurnyr wnorc eacn
naflnri irv h vof 4 ,.., rsasiKtt
nation In the system '.freely
shares in community' security
ana eacn -is expected to contno contno-ute
ute contno-ute in accordance with Its ca capabilities
pabilities capabilities and facilities.
' "A fine example of this sys system
tem system and one n which man of
you in the audience today play,
a big part is our country's mu mutual
tual mutual security; pacts for defense
of the Western Hemisphere,
the general said.
He then spoke of his pride in
the workk being done in a mili military
tary military way by the Caribbean com
mand and tne Army. Navy and
Air Force commands in. support
or western Hemisphere defense,
citing s the military assistance.
program 1 in- Latin America. ?
Tne general, men told nis au
dience of civilian And military
people from' tne various r Canal
Zone communities on the Pacific
side and Panama that everyone
should also give proper recogni
tion to tne important part played
by tne Panama Canal m main-
taming the peace and prosperity
In this part of the world.
s 'The vastly increased move movement
ment movement of goods from South Amer
ica to other, areas of the free
wunu, uic 8ci4cii luwu,
waterway, which in Itself is a
"The Panama Canal has tre-
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njendously affepted the pros
- perity and advancement of the
'peoples and the countries ti
uun America, wnicn m turn
k. "..i.x -..'ii- iis
has acted to unite al the
countries of the Americas for
their common food." .
'In closing his address, Mon
tague staled that, "the things
we as a nation a.reaoing to com combat
bat combat .communism and l to build
and maintain In other nations
pf thevfree world the concepts
of .freedom, democracy and -the
rights of man that were given to
us as a way of life 181 years ago,
I do not want to: minimize : my
basic belief that freedom in the
end Is an individual responsible.
Ity.". , . f
' "Any serious' deficiency or lack
f active patriotism must be re-
garaeo as a. menace to me
rights we tow epjoy," -the gen
eral continued.' "It "calls for
courage. clear.ihlnklnt and de
termination, fof freedom is: nev
r preserved for lohg except by
vigilance and dedicated effort.
lfftRfVAWA: Jaean 'fUPWMrS.
fciyoko Haruta 49, who won t a
her husband is a members; still
.iipVe the greatest f wifely virtues
is rto remain always obedient to
Hhe: husband," Mrs. Haruta said.
I wUl therefore vote stnctiy. in
accordance with ,. my i husbaad's
wishes at the assembly." -,
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WIMBLEpbI JSftf.. July 5
(UP)Lew II4, Australiat
Mon4 bomber, iMcam the first
jnah In 19 years 'to sweep t w
straight JVimbledon ; t n I a
himnlnnihlni tod&v when. hA
routed Australia champion, Aslij
lev Cooper, 8-2, 6-2- V
; Top-iieeded Althea Gibson ,f
new York and panene uara oi
Montebello, sweirt -nto be won won-n'i
n'i won-n'i doubles final by defeating
8andrs i Reynolds nd Ren
Schnurman of Soqth, Africa, 6
m Hoad. S A to Win tke final,
attacked furiously right from
the start and set the tempo fof
the match by cracking' Cooper's
service in the first game oi toe
' match to the cheers oi gauery
of 15,008, Including tbf Puke of
Edinburgh '' .,
: Hoad was the first since Don.
Budge In 1937-38 to bag two a
a row In the historic center
court. The lop-sided triumph
carried an additional bonus for
the 24-year-old Aussie who thus
retained his standing1 as the
world's top amateur and kept
his "asking? price at $108,006 to
turn 'professional. In the. fall.
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Boys 2; Girls 6
'Eight babies were born at Co.co
Solo Hospital during the week end-
ing at midnight Wednesday, June
26, according to the regular hospi-
tal report. During the same pe-
riod,: 76 "t patients were admitted
and 103 discharged i
Boy babies were born to Pfc and
Mrs. SLebett Wilson, Coco Solito, (
ahd, Mr,' and Mrs, Edwin Lander, f
Colon '; .
. Girl babies were born to the fol following:
lowing: following: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alex-"
ander, Colon; Scf and Mrs. Kenneth-''
rtr.tM Coco Solito: Set and Mrs.
Lui Reyes,. Coco ,Sobto; Mr. add
Mrs. josepn reweu, woion, u
nrl.Ktra. Richard Chilcott. Colon:
Sit" and Mrs., Brent Gottfredson,
-Coco, Solito.., . ( t.
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