The Panama American


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


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

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nf Vttltte grandfather Aga Khan Pl.'fra receives ineir

US Prober

To Dominican Rep

The eovernment u considering
.ending an fficial to the Domimc Domimc-t.nki;ii
t.nki;ii Domimc-t.nki;ii ,tn; mixtion a nigti-
all ilGlU MV -v, f -x j. . i j

the mysterious r"""' j ..j.
eases, it, was -learned today
Gerald ies4sr Murphr7 Si-yea
" old Oregon JUerr disappeared in
the Dominican Hepubha lata last
year, and hasan ben seen since.
There have leen report? he leu
ctim to foul play rt
kidnap Jesus Maria jfe Galmd'3,
a bitter foe of Dominican dictator
Rafael TrujiUo, from. New, York
last year. ';
m.. YYnmtnlr.n BiTiiiblic flaimi

Murphy was kUled as the, result ef
a fight with a Dominican pilot. It,
ki". note alleeedly writ
ten by the Dominican pilot saying
he committed suicide -out ,of ,re ,re-morse
morse ,re-morse over the incident. V
The U S 'government ha nrana nrana-ed
ed nrana-ed the note a forgery. Last May
''jit asked' he- Dominican republic
Financial Troul:3$:
Led To Jhip Th:il,
Ainhiin'j YileSays
The" "attorney for .'': nli'
man'a .wife, charged, with taking
monev' under false pretense from
the Albrook Thrift Shop, pleaded
that-she did it because aba-was
in financial difficulty.
. ?. t
"v William J. Sheridan, who appear appear-in
in appear-in Ralboa Magistrate'. Court
yesterday- afternoon represpnting-i
Mrs, Margaret Xtoaro, saiu -mis
was the first time that the. 38-!? ear earmold
mold earmold woman had jever ,ebmmitted a
theft. -r 'V'
The sum involved was $3. j
f Mrs, Loaf, who worked at the
thrift shop, was accused of mark marking.
ing. marking. up and selling a table -.and-- ? and only tyrninc
In S25 to the Shop. .The stub ior
the sale of tbe used furniture was
' found to have been ; maTked 25,
twt the purchaser, Lt. Gene B.
Blackwell in Albrook doctor paid
$2 for tbe aeW-'VA-V
Balboa Magistrate jonn c. wem wem-ing
ing wem-ing suspended the Imposition of her
sentence and, placed her. on one
year probation en' the condition
that she make restitution.
.Mrs, Loar, a resident of Albrook,
sad been employed at the thrift
hop for several jnonths, ;
I sthrnus Invaded r
Byi Almost 1500 1
v Limeys, Kiwis

; i Almost 1500. Britishers and,"1?"" t& fcXSlt. ir-Vd atelr
' rhTtfthmrsYht S1" -ss
the Isthmus sieht,weinr yes er-t t S:45Sterday mcmin while
dav before their shlos left here, thP berthed t Pier 6-B
The Captain Cook, bound for,;. rwtolnL : -;
New Zealand with over inon tre"""k : ,-"

ImmJTnts began her early
transit thU morninft. The hip
arrived here vesterdav from
. Er.gtand. Payne and Wardlaw
r ar .oral agents.
Tbe Rcngitoto which berthed

ef P?roa ovemisht left earlyinaM for a veneration aeo. Harr

fiis morning bnund for Ent'and.j
Vrrr- rnA I !1!Vj local aeenta
for he it-.'.D .id it carried

reot 400 paisengers.

it Wfi fcM fiilt?
May Go
to waive diplomatic immunity for
Gen,-Arturo R. Espaillat, former'
Dominican Consul General in JNaw
York, so he could be questioned, n
the two cases. (-.,.-,
.Espaillat,. Who bad been- called
back t thtJ' Dominican Republic
nd givJ"a he't, ujrfh
because his' name has cropped up
repeatedly in U.S. investigations
ot the disappearance.
' I f VII I 1 1
.The Dominican government re
fused -but said Espaillat would be
available if the United States want
Led to send somebody to the Do
minican Republic to question him.
'"Officials said the. United States
is now considering taking up the
offer., A decision should, be forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming soon. t,'v
. r- ... m ,7,
AEC Probes Reports
0( Demsge Done f
,' LAS.yEGAS. Nev., July lS (tT)
The :.Atomic Energy. CommJs--
sion today mvestleaied Teports
that 'yesterday's "Diablo" shoot
caused minor damage, in some
homes within sw radius. of 300
miles of the-test site : t-
- jl' K: JBi titer, an inspector In
the Carson City,- Nev;,-police De Department:
partment: Department: said the shock. of the
nuclear device equivalent to 10. 10.-000
000 10.-000 tonsoTTNT broke a window
in his home' and cracked others
in Tjeighboriner hr -es. Carson
City is 250 tniles from the atom atom-1
1 atom-1 Drovirwr eround. 1
The- AEC said it aa 'the first
cse of blast -waves traveling
throurh the. ozonosphere caus
ing carnage at such a distance.
The AEC said -tt -would check
the damaee reports to -'determine,
if they were test related
and accent claims for payment.
The "Diablo" device, which
failed to-fire June 2 because of
a power failure, behaved per per-fr
fr per-fr v vesterdav as lt was fired
step a 500-foot steel tower. Tbe
flash was seer as far as '. Lot
Angeles and San Francisco. ;
German Seaman :
Hosoitalized 5--With
Fracture :i
A Cerman seaman off the S. S.
Lucie Sdtultr was in Coca -Solo
Hosnital todav suffering front -a
fractured .riaht arm and possible
I concussion efler he fell through a
hatch on the shop te the oeck be-
jlo' yesterday. 1 '..-- ."i
The muird crew member u
Food At Last
v.MAKATO, Minn., Jnly 1 (UP)
a-A San Citmente, CaluM man e
nn caacht up with a ranch he

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Anderson, 5fl. presented a Jocaljeharged in the -Cristobal division
rf h a s?-vri!d meal tick- of tte U. S District Court. Th

et which )m purchae'i when

"was a Mankato bus driver.

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(NEA Radio-Telephoto)
Moslems Bow
Before Body
Ofi Late Aga
VERSOIXJ Swifzerland. July 16
fTJPV. Embalmers finished their,
preparation of-tHex.body of thelate.s
Aa JCnn 'ioaatno. smdm iho
iom ifrnm all corners of the Mo
hammedan eWorld gathered to bowl
before their-dead jeaaer
-.The' Aga Khan die3 last Thurs
day aged 79: His granoson, rrmce

yri "fit S
the- world's 10,000,000 IsmaihMos- Plant s e'Pmen to Pt
lems. And today he and his new foljon- The Boughs were held

lowers were, to join together iomwr"'..',

pay homage to' the man who led
the sect for over w years .......
: Surrounded by' jnssses of flow flowers;
ers; flowers; with the roses that he loved
Predominating, the body of the
late Aga Khar. Ill lay in. state in
a-'room looking out over the lake
and mountain view that. he him himself
self himself choso to see at. toe end be before
fore before he died. .,
' Overhead sounded the roar of
Ibwflymg" planes,.- leering down
right ovei" the Villa iBarakat, the
Aga't lakeside home; for their run
int Geneva's Cointrin Airport.
Friends recalled, today that when
hfs .Wife and; the doctors worried
over the possible Jad ; effects. of
illis irequeui uujse, uiei wm man
told them hev actually 'enjoyed it
because the thought of. all the bu busy
sy busy travellers In the planes made
him feel he was still a part of the
active world even while be lay
weak and near death, t -
Svcdish Tanker
Rescues 5::rvivor$r
OJRP rC!:rIsse;
Th skipper of Jhe Swedish tank tanker
er tanker Jutus Waller 'radioed its owners
today that 22 surwvors of the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian freighter Clarissa have
been taken aboard the Swedish
ship in .the Indian Ocean.
Accordm to the brief cable to
the Castella Shipping Company of
GothenbulU Justus Waller was on
its way from thr.Gulf of Persis
to Durban, South Africa, when it
picked up the survivors fromCla fromCla-risse.:
risse.: fromCla-risse.: ''' Stv '" :
The cable did pot disclose the
fate of Chrisse, nor did it say if
the entire crew of the Panamanian
thin was saved. ;
After Dickuia uB the crewers
airi, Justus Waller pro-
fceeded to Durban.
To.CZ Lines ;
Draws Clemency
r- -. ,-, - "v
Two Panamanians chaffed with
"malicious injury to communica
tion lines'" were each today given
IS month sentences which were
suspended for a period ef three
years, ' '- J
The defendants, VIriori Rive Rivera.
ra. Rivera. 29. and Joan Mong. 30, were
'offense occured oa June II at 3

, p.m.'


House Exempts Zone
From Minimum Wage


paiacf "ancj tent to th Senate today -4. bill xempting

employe in. overseas areas, including Panama, from
provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act which
; governs' minimum wages and working., conditions, v
The bill provides that the act shall be applied
only to employes, In the continental? United States
' and the territories of Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
- Congress, meanwhile, is working on a separate
' bill to establish a single, wage scale 'for employes in
the' Panama Canal Zone. "w

Counterfeiters Use Addicts
To Pass $60,000 For Drugs

CHICAGO, July 16 (UP) A
counterfeit ring which recruited
narcotics addicts to pass $80,000
in bogus bills has, beea cracked
wtih the arrest of 19 persons,. U.
S. Secret Service agents said to
day. Paul J. paternl, head or the
local secret service oince. men
titled Jesse Cowan, 27, as the
leader of the gang of 18 men and
one woman,; ail oi wnom were
apprehended In repent days, f
He said all but four of them
were drug addicts who agreed to
pass the crudely printed $5 -bills
to satisfy tneir cravings for nar
VTh hills were'pllnted joa,.-
Sunday last month by two em
ployes of the R. g;. paviason,
Co., a printing firm; paterni
said. The employes,:; Martin
Bough, 29, and his brother. Don.
Paternl said, the bins vegan
turning up at various points in
Chicago, but most of them were,
concentrated at the Klverview
Amusement Part where four of
the alleged bogus bill ; passers
were seized. .
He said the engraving work
Miss Hew York Slays
In Conlesf Desollo
Dad's Sudden Death
I . ; -i
LONG BEACH, Calif.,' July 16
(UP) Of f icial Judging in the
Miss Universe Beauty ( Pageant
begins tonight with the selection
of 15 finalists to compete for the
"Miss U-S-A." title. .PVM"
The finalists will be chosen
from a field of 44 American en entries
tries entries In the Beouty Pageant
The winner and. the four run-ners-up
will be announced ;to-
mnrmv nirht. '-'7JC '' -'
"Miss -United States of jAmer-j
ica" win enter the '-miss uni universe"
verse" universe" finals against semBinal semBinal-t.t.
t.t. semBinal-t.t. apierted from the 32 foreign
beaut'.es Thursday. "Miss Uni"
vrae" will be named Friday
. The most popular girl In- the
mararf aa determined by specta
tors will be named and present presented
ed presented a trophy In tonight's' pro program.
gram. program. Also a trophy will go to
the most photogenic contestant
a aictid bv th press.
Plucky SanKa P e 1 k e f f P-
i-ntMl her home state of new,
vnrir in th "Miss Universe con
test weliminaries yesterday -.fle-
spite. the .su-Jdea death M s her
father over the weekened. i
"Now -mor than ever( i .warn
te win,w. Miss Pelkey said, fight fight-ir.r
ir.r fight-ir.r h.ct tbt tears. ?My dad was
so proud of roe. I know he'd want
me to see it through that's why
I'm not quitting.-
The 7s other contestants ana
sageant effic'als expressed lym
tathy for M:ss Pelkey
and ad-

mirrf her eoursce in" going on, ..

wath the' show atter tne oeatn oi,
Pelkey. a barber's
Subway Undies
LONDON, July 1 (UP) Vls-
rtors from aLtrs ewild be forgiven
if they assumed English women
wore nothing but brassieres and
scanties, an official of the British
Professional Women's Clubs said
here, Audrey Taylor said her fed
ci ,w
rat on wit "nertnrbeo- .about
the erewini number of advertise-
ments for scanty ondies, particu
- ,.
larly is subway stations

(UP) "-. Tht Houst
was poor .and some of th rnlt
was of the wrong color, making
wic pMujijr easy w spot,
nooeri a, Davidson, owner of
me printing .nrm, said he was
unaware his 'shop had been used
to print the bills.
"I Just found out about it.T he
said last night. "I am shocked:"
Cowan was. arrested yesterday
afternoon in a barber shop. Tbe
Bough, brothers were arrested
during the weekend,
Palernl said the scheme was
planned by Cowan who .hired a
team of narcotics Addicts to get
no of we counterfeit-Mils-
Man Facing Assail
Count Gels 30 Days
In Jail On Old Rap
'"A ma4 already in Balboa ail
waiting trial for assaulting an air,
policeman-with an axe at Albrook
today faced the Balboa Magistratel
again, this time on a charge "of
battery against his common law
The Panamanian, Andres Asprl
11a, was sentenced to spend 30 days
in iail on tht battery which oc i
curred Oct. 13 on Maria Felice
Peralta. A warrant for his arrest
had been out lor sme time.
When policy discovered he- was
the same Asorilia Sgainst whom
an assault charge' had been lodg lodged,
ed, lodged, they brought out the old war,
First, however. Asorilia was
tried on the felony. Last week, oa
July 8, the case was bound
er far trial In the U. S. District
Court Hfe was cuttmg down a
.aaki.(a;: tiaa in AlKfAiilr Alt
uiniiuftsiasj -w-
T L... wLm ..lirtt ktf A mi
ffUIUI w,M VKUAt'k mu mn.
policeman, in the tussle. AsprilU
struck out t the AP witn. his
axe, testimony revealed.' Another
AP on the .'scene helped to sub subdue
due subdue the defendant. '.
r The battery charge ws tht re
sult of an argument over money.
According to the wife;. Asprilla ar
gued with her because she claim claimed
ed claimed 25 cents was not enough to

feed her and her children. He .aid subnormal precipitation ia ex ex-airjck
airjck ex-airjck her' in anger following the pected in the remainder of the
argument.. country,

12 US Media'
lFor ; Reporter
NwaswTKftTfW Jh1t i tirPxL

The State Department probably panmenU The majority of these
will announce in the next two proposals, it was said,- layer
weeks or so an end to its long- entry into China of representa'
standing ban on travel by news I tives of the 12 U.S. news organize,
men te Communist China, author jtiona who had men in C h in a
st.ti. auim aaM'todav. j in acimr hr the Com-

Plans' for a new government
policy: on the subject will be
discussed here Thursday at a
meeting .between representatives
of news media and Secretary
oi tie jonn osier uuuw
.a. luiiini JUpretarr Andrew
tg iourcVs said the eon
- -i thm

department wiU abandon its prac ice, National Broadcasting Co.,
ticTof refusing to grant passports American Broadcasting Ce. Co
h-.i m Redi.,.1.1. e...i...ti.. c..n N

China. .' -

The department,- under heavy Tribttae, Ch'cago Tribune Chris Chris-pressure
pressure Chris-pressure from news1 organizations tian Science Monitor and Time

and members ot ungress, araau-
ally has beea softening its
ttion. Dulles- saw recently
wiln mlrtt b. worked out
to let a nmnea Bumoer os repon
er. go to Red China., r
I .:
various news organizations have
Minf-ai i nrn avuKK-vxi nna Iran

C! 1


Navy Jet Tcps
Speed Record
NEW1 YORK, July l (UP) -A
Navy Jet 'fighter set a new trans transcontinental
continental transcontinental speed record today.
' Marine Ma. John Glenn Jr, tooK
off from Los Alamitos Naval Air
Station, California -at 9:04:12 a.m.
His F8U-1P (CQ!i Crusader jet
was clocked over the control tow tower
er tower at Floyd Bennett Naval Air Sta Station
tion Station here at 12:2T:20.6 p.m.. an e e-lapsed
lapsed e-lapsed time of three hours, 23 min minutes
utes minutes and 8.4 seconds.
That beat by 21 minutes and 45.
48 seconds the official record set
March 9, 1955,. by an Air Force F-
84F Jet.
First US Hike Sites
Under Construction
In West Germany
HEIDELBERG Germany, July
18 (UP) The first two U.S. Ar Army
my Army Nike rocket launching sites
m Europe are unaer construe
tion today in West Germany,
Army officials ended a securt
tv blackout on the progress of
the Nike project to disclose work
has beeun at two sites west of
the Rhine River. German soure
ex said a total of 11 Nike launch
inr sites an planned for west
Germany,.' .?
Work .was "reported underway
at wackerpheim, six miles from
the. Vfi:--Army ordnance and
'supply 'depots at .Mainz;. and: 10
mnes;from-AirTrrc Tjuropeari'
Hftrini)ftrt,er at Wiesbaden. and
atXandau. 24 miles southeast of
Kaiserslautem, the U.S. Army s
biggest overseas supply eompiex.
It' was believed the Nikes wUl
be the new AJa model, capable
f airvinir an atomic warhead..
The Ajax model is now replac replacing
ing replacing tha conventional Nikes
guarding cities and air bases In
the1 U.S.. ..
, v ,. .v.ivt-.
. A number of city authormes
have protested -agamst tnef a-
) stallation of the 'unmJ?M
on grounas ui -----
make the clUes piamary targets
in case of an awacs;. i
Break In US Heal
During liext 30 Days
h 'WaewTNfiTnv,-Julv'W (tip)
v-U"" ther,Bufe,u predicts.- a
" due for
1"Za oortion of the United State?
uwu K a j...
idurine tut ntx w ajr
But it wafned that in the central
f rtion of' the countryfrom the
hockieS to the Appalachians it s
liable to get 'eve hotter. -.
The Bureau, in a forecast issued
yesterday for mid-July to mid-August,
predicted above normal ain
in the Northern Plains... Rocky
Mountain states, Pacific -North-west
and extreme Southeast. It
News To Help
S j Passports
k..r viv,. fcr the State De
, a' highly placed departmea
source termed Uus r "reasonable"
proposal and said- it is possibl
something along these kpes mi)
ne .woraea ouu ni tmpmsiicu
kv. that th final tt!aa
-;-. k.
The 12' iiews- organization
tions are
.uv VH-.-'W 1
.(i Cm.
York Times. New York, Heraldi
While some of these organiias
door had more than one reore-
aentaUve tn Cluna previously, a.
,w czpecuv an .k'--"
turn probably would be tonuted te
dh man aratuai.
I c 'J
- The Stale Department refused

I j iit

Plan Drafted f
1 i ft r-V 4 '(0.
Ip. Cpmpefe
With West

PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia,

munisf Party boss Nikitd Khrushchev announced today ;-

that Russia and Czechoslovakia have agreed to unity
their industrial and econdmic power so "we can success ,.
fully compete with the capitalist world,"
In his farewell speech in Prague's old town fquart.
Khrushchev disclosed the bare outline of a new coord ina
tion plan which would integrate the economies of the tyo

Communist countries as never
Boy's Leg Breaks ts
Homemade Coaster
Hits Medic's Car
T.wo boys on a homemade coast coaster
er coaster were iniured over the week-end,
one of tjjem being hospitalized at
Goreas 'for a fractured left leg
alter ,tney crssnee, imo a car-onv-i
en ov "a borgas nospuai oocir
Vha hosnitalized Voungstef was
Lawrence Nessler. 11. who riding
iniback of tht coaster witn a duo.
Hw JJnhrt Mirhlllirh -10.
A!ordin ti police. Michullch
turned the coaster to the right in
a driveway of house 0589 and tnen
harolv back "into i the roadway.
The vehicle hit? the rear wheel of
a car being driven by Dr. Robert
A. Chapman, resulting in a frac fracture
ture fracture to Nessler's leg. Michulich
received minor abrasions to his
left ankle.
' Dr. Chapman had been follow
ing behind the boys before they
turned into the driveway, a report
stated. He continued driving his
ear slowly then the boys eudden eudden-lv
lv eudden-lv veered (heir coaster out Of the
driveway, hitting the rear wheel
of the doctor's car
Chanman stonoed his ear at the
impact,, and then transported the
boys to Gorges.
Police blamed the accident on
the "careless pedestrians," and
said no charges will be filed a
gainst the doctor. r r
4 Million Indians
Get Asiatic Flu
CALCUTTA, July 18 (UP)
Asiatic flu lias attacicea some
4.000.000 nersons in Behar State.
it was reported today. In Patna;
alone, hospitals reportea z,oou
new case yesterday..,
The sUte also has an epidem epidemic
ic epidemic of cholera, dysenflsry and en
cephalitis, -partly because or
"unprecedented swarms of flies
which are Invading Behar," ac-;
cording to medical experts.
Set Up Plans
to Red China
ta let U.S. newsmen enter Red
China on grounds that the Peiping
legime is a "barbarian" govern-j
ment which does not deserve the
recognition and respect due a
civilized nation. I
The department said at one
point this year that newsmen
would never be permitted to go
to (China as long aa it held U.S
citizens prisoner.
i This firm

m stand has meltei 'rvOUtS For NeW
vever. in the heat o- -t ,
sds by virtually every ;Tkr;PV'CuiW
rf the news-aatherinrt I ncuire VJUIIU

sway. However,
"re-Srtrnn stands bv virtually every
: -eraent ef the newa-catbennri
Industry and many mfluential
members of Congress. In addition,
vi rhin, kit iinm rauaseo
some more Americans.;,
Administration officia s said tht
arnimeata aeainst Uttintf news
M ni rhina muU not
stand against the overriding right,
of the American people to anowi
. ni.i..Hi .Him ikr mm fa.

porters what is happening in uhictoqw.j w.. , c

world's most populous nation.
However, m any reuxauon m
. ... . . &
ho, ui "F"."? :
rtress it is not seeKing waoie.a

iMIiiMntlM AT MllTurftl aflfl MDaTIUTWU. tfftuw

... y -
ties with the Reds,

July 16 (UP) Soviet Com-

-.'. :
"We discussed economiir
between the two countrie -i
Khrushchev told the eheeriri i
crowd of tens of thousands. "Wa, i
have, to improve the eoordina.
tion of the induatrv and anlcux
ttre of our two countries y
, we must Detter uUllre our ;
resources and all ef our apa i
bilities. We need such eoordina ;
won so mat witrt tfte use ef fuu 1
mechanization anoj automation
we -.can successfully compete
With the capitalist world to pro-
duce such ..high productivity ct.
labop.s the- eajJitsiiAti" Uh nev-
er'dream of."--
" -It '" n'.. i,. j
Kbreshcber did not ge Inter ';
detail. Neither did th ear,-
Tcaling formal eommnniqn -l
Issued this morning- at th end
of the weeklonr visit t Cseea-
oslovakla by Khrushcberi and -Soviet
premier Nikolai Balga
But Khrushchev had spoken
again and again of the need for
tieing together the Czech and
Soviet economies as he whistle .'
stopped across the country- 1
In one speech, he spoke of the
factories of one Socialist coun- ',
try producing for all the ether
Socialist countries, of the need
to specialize so there would be
Lnq, duplication, t
The tone of his speeches sug suggested
gested suggested that economic coordina coordination
tion coordination would be x e i t a 1 lsed
throughout eastern Europe.-- i: t
This coordination has existed
to some degree since the eftiT
1950's. Two years ago, a com com-mission
mission com-mission on mutual econom'a :
aid" was established as
the so-called "Molotov flali s
for eastern Europe, f
TimmieV Found
Dead In Panama
Rooming House ;
George (Tlmmie) Timrnons,
' well-known local resident
who has served ai manager for
several aJusb. Panama City
cocktail lounges and reataa
rants, was f onnd dead yester yesterday
day yesterday in his apartment te a,
rooming house en T Street.
- Mr. Ttanmons was last em employed
ployed employed at the O.K. Amlge ree ree-;
; ree-; tenraat.' '-.- '.' ,-
Police were called In be
neigbborlnr roomers tn tho
boarding house reported a
fool odor emanating from nie
room yesterday. Be was last
seen alive Satarday.
Police broke down the doer
. t find Mr. Timmon8 partial partially
ly partially decomposed body. It was e e-timated
timated e-timated that he was dead fer
two days and that hie death
may have been eaased. by -heart
TL t
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01-.' C-lyeAuieA T
rlOY jCneaUieu
?I?OUJZ,,Zt 3?.?it- l!
next prcucUon, Jnu.wU be
held tomorrow ana Thursday
night starting at 7:39 tn til
Guild .Workshop in Ancon.
jbihmj, ui cr'
hr enjoyed a successful rta
j vnreo maiea ana swo jwm j
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twrotrta t.ha Flv sat. on the handle of a knife in the Diablo

HEti, 'Clubhouse and glared at her husband, Freddie the Fly.
ifpAnd where,'' she demanded, "Have you been until this

v Preddie said, ''Freida, you'll never believe this but I went
ver to Ancon and danged if I didn't find my two boys trying to
get out of that amazing maze at Frangipam Street."
, .jeilybelly was saying as I flew in the window, 'If we don't

St out of this pretty soon we are going to starve ro ucuwj,. oiuc
you're born.'
1 fLuke McGlock said, 'I'm going to try some thing, else. I'm
going to shut my eyes and just step on the gas. s Maybe ;we'll
get out that way ." t
XiGo to it,' Jellybelly Boone replied, 'getting killed in an auto
fcident is a lot easier than starving to death.'
"Sr Mr.oiook shut his eves and stepped on the gas. When he

n'fionflH thorn ho shouted 'We made it Jellybelly. we made it

fou can stop praying now. I'm sure glad, I said all the; Prayers

I knew and. made up live new ones.' fct
H -wel." .continued Freddie, "they drove, along ,an pretty

soon McGlook said, 'Gee whiskers, I didn't think we were there
that long. It must be Christmas. Look at all those red and green

Jignus. iney even tnrew ii some jrww vo.
i "Anri then thflv name to the Ranrasso Sea. the Diablo cutoff,

i i THoUysmoke,' Jellybelly said, 'more arrows. Here w go again.'
"wii thev turned one wav and then they turned another,

ut they found they couldn't make a right turn, tnen trie otner

fay they couian't maKe a leit turn, inen mey were kui l

fhere they started irom.

"Here's a pouceman,' saia jeiiyoeuy, weu bsk uuu. riuu
le officer, said McGlook, but we seem to be slightly lost. This
i our first time and we haven't, a road map. How the blazes do

juu cb uuu villa vaap i j.

i "Th Mliceman looked at him and said. 'Don't go asking

me silly questions, I've been here for two days and I'll catch necK
when I get home. My w.'fe will never believe me.'

I "You know some trans uwe: jeiiyoeuy asKea. -nea usea w

Hn mv fnvorit color, but now I'm beginning to hate it.'

I 'McGlok said, 'It's the green that throws me. Every time
: 4ft- An T i.n nm a Via also' '

w Wllica LIi X fiV ow"C. WAibAe

v., "They are in Corozal now, but the doctor said when they get

- JVCI LX1B BilUCK nnu W'.tll buuic ic wivj uc v.,

. Frelda thought lor a mmute ana tnen saw, ".n cauenwun

a wotfderrui tning." t
-T "it anr is." said Freddie. "Just think how you can go to

, !onir anrt learn tr. be an enelneer. then three or four of them

et tosether. take a crossword puzzle and a Jigsaw and with the

did of a comic book and a couple cookbooks and a sliderule ana
4hev figure something like this Diablo and Frangipahi maze.

! "You know a lot of them work their way through-' school
4lavinir football and cet bansred on the head so often by the time

Ihey graduate they don't feel so good." '

1 "At least tnat'S as gooa an. excuse, as any,;; ia npwwt

fet wme tning to eat. it y
"I'm not hungry" replied Frejda. "I just filled up on, some

frunes before you came in."
"See," said Freddie, "jOu ball me out before you know what
ve score is. Especially after eating prunes. Be sure to tep
Jlown olf that handle."
"Why shouldn't fly off?" demanded Freida.
Freddie looked at her and shook his head. "Freida, always

Remember that little moral, "Never ny on me nanuie wnen you
-re full of prunes."

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If that London' disarmament

clambake clips our AAR Force, it

will knock our prosperity into

trailspin. If we cut production of

conventional weapons as we are

now planning to clip the wings of
tho Air .Force, we'll slip 'into an

old lashiDiita, conventional depres

sion. i i

Somebody, somewllere. has over

looked the fact 1 that the guided

missile an v sircrait business is

the nation's biggest employer of

lapor some vou.uuo men and wom

en fa more than the auto and

steel producing industries.

Somebody hss overlookd the fact

that defense production is the

bread and butter of a thousand

communities and that one. out of

every three workers in this coun

try earns his living -supplying the

steel, the Aluminum, the textiles.

the wiring, the power, the tools
and the skills for the -arsenals of

the western world. Somebody has

forgotten that the total thus-em

ployed reaches towards-15,000,000

people. t -r

Somebody has forgotten that e-

ven talk of disarmament has forc

ed cutbacks which will result in

firings. And that job-hunters don't

ouy reingeraiors, v sets ana

new ears.

Somebody has forgotten all this

but not the 165 men at an unre

ported conterence in Denver s smr smr-ley
ley smr-ley Savoy Hotel the other day.

These were the leaders of the

aircraft and mided missile divi

sion of Al Have s International

Assn. of Machinists, AFL-CIO.

Few men outside the Pentagon

know more about the giant, futur

istic magic bullets than these 165


They came from the) nation's

aircraft slants from Boeing.

which turns out the Bomarc long

range interceptor missile, a super supersonic
sonic supersonic ground-to-air missile. They

came from Convalr. which whips

together the, Atlas, the Intercon

tinental Ballistic thing.

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They came, too, from Douglas,

out of which comes the Thor. the

intermediate-range ballistic mis

sile. And they came from Bendix,
maker of the Tabs, and from the
plants which make the Terrier.

the sJiir needle-nosed supersonic

weapon, which can be spat from

ship in all weatner.
These men sooke for over 600.-

000 union machinists upon whose
skills depend the freedom of the

air above us and our auiesi .Tneir

own leaders spoke nd weMx join'

edby.ooiy one otner man Leo

nard Woodcock, "vice-president of

the united Auto worKers union

.The Auto union, too; faces me

cutback problem for its has thou thousands
sands thousands of members in aircraft fac

tories. And these two unions will

work together. For what? Certain

lv not to shout for suns instead

of butter. But certainly to point

out that with disarmament comes

the nroblem of bread and butter

for hundreds of thousands of work


The problem is here. It has not

awaited the diplomatic decisions.

There have been heavy cutbacks
which have slashed overtime work

bv as much a 16 hours. am thou

sands of machinists, accustomed
to the extra pay, are looking for

second jobs.

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Further cuts will slash the work
week to 35 or 32 hours. So the
two unions are preparing the ar-

tue with the "ghost- at tne oar

sainins table." That's .the Air

Force. It approves every contract
ilsned between the unions and

the aircraft companies because it

pays the bills. The Air force is

thi final sower and It may find it

self in a series of duels with these

unions for 40 hours' pay-for the

35 and even the 32 hour week.

So you may even see these two
unions, with combined member membership
ship membership of some 2,300,000, acutally
make the first fight for the four

day week, anticipating tne siege
of the auto industry itself.

This could happen early in iss.

All major minile and aircraft
contracts expire next year except

United Aircraft.
The United Aircraft contract

runs out Deer 5. The others open
for tough bargaining February and
March covering just about all
production workers 600,000 of
them. This crisis will develop
months -before the auto industry
contracts are. up ; and Walter
Reuther and Al Hayes may well
use the earlier moment to set a
nation for the summertime bar-

gaining for a shorter work week

at full wetk'a pay.

Already these labor leaders are

saying among themselves that the
ituarmamont conference should be

followed by another parley high
level, labor-industry government

etmfab to male certain that tne
nation's prosperity isn't grounded
atone vLth ail that push button

stuff. ..

I have decanted from the mae

nificent medical facilities to be

found in Houston. Tex., with some

thing more than my Usual, portion

oi nero-worsnm for tne ardent Ar-

rowsmiths who, punched, probed,
bjed, cut, -photographed and sift sifted
ed sifted the shards oi this monument

to use. -.
Apart from the fashionable so society
ciety society doctors who cater to the
whims of the rich and indulge in
ulcers one year, hepatitis the next,
and psychoanalysis the next, it

seems to me that the dedicated
doc has gone healthily back to
the old homespun, hand sewn,
rough-cut plumbing of bis daddy's
day. The dilference is that now
he s got all the modern gadgets
and gizmos -to, help -hinu
Every- doUpla of years I check

in with my lough-talking sawbones

in Houston, just to see if I still
have a head, heart and liver and

also to exercise some of the bugs

a man's apt to collect if he spends
serious time. drinking other peo people's
ple's people's water in other people's

This Is not hypochondria o
much as practicality, becaut in
my carcat the Hong Kong mil mil-daw
daw mil-daw is apt to bo married te a
touch of Tanganyika blight, with
overtones of New Guinea guoss
And every time I check out. I

am suffused with the thought: My

Lord, ain't it wonderful what
these lad-i can to these days to
stave off the big nap?
This struck me espeoially hard

the other day wnen 1 saw a cou

pcared to be long piece of wire,
observing the findings on TV, and
talking, cheerily to the lady mean

while, since she was not under
anesthetic. The lady didn't seem

to mind.

They can kiD you for several

minutes now, without any lasting

ill effects, by merely kind of deep

freezing you for a spell, stopping

juui ucan, iuu KeiiuiK on wiin

the plumbing;'

They already have got articlcial

arteries in practice, and one lad

tells me 'that a completely mecha

nical heart, b&ttery driven' is not'

so xar arouna me corner, rney ve
got all the stuff that science can
devise and money' can buy bar

one tning: 1
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toM Dri G.' Ai:and Dr. A.'eLi,
and some other friends as well
that I would make them a nursing

pitch f anov wu is it..
The; nation's hospitals are a a-bout
bout a-bout 50,000 short of. rogisterod
nurses,' and all the machines the
Einstoins deviao can't compen compensate
sate compensate for 100,000 cool, white hands
n fevSred brows.

drugs machines,

scalpels, ma-

The flunkying is done these
days by what is called a "voca "vocational
tional "vocational nurse," -who has taken over
the old servant chores which made
nursing the 'last refuge of younger
sisters in poorer country famines.

am in 3 oougn about S30O a
month for a real expert graduate
nurse still can't comnete with

the wages a raw wench straight

out of high school can command

as a secretary after a short bust

ness course.


rJlERRY- Go Rounb


NEW YOHK w When I entered

his office. Gen. David r Sarnotl,

chairman of the Radio Corpora

Uon of America, was talking on
the phone to another famous New

Yorker, Bernard uarucn. ageu oo.

"xou vo got to wok aneau,

nie,",he chided. I'You're jusi r.
voun ester. Don't worry about the

riovpinnmont. nf atomic enersy. Be' can operate industry we'll

nave soiar energy.
"Whv should man die down in

to the bowels of the earth for oil.

coal, and uranium when he has sun

light right on top ot tne eann

the energy that not only gives neat

but makes plants grow?
"Look ahead, young man," Sar Sar-noff
noff Sar-noff joshed his venerable 'friend.
"Solar energy is the thing to in

vest your money in."

Both Baruch and Sar noff, of

course, have made fortunes and

reputations by looking ahead.
Baruch has probably loaned furth

er ahead into the economics of
America than any other man of

his time, while Samoff has look look-d
d look-d further ahead into tha electro

nics of America, t

To hear Samoff talk, however;

you. wouldn't think he had done

very much.,
"The two foundation stones of

the universe," he told me, "are the
atom 'and the. electron. They are

like cement f and building stone

to our modern life. And the amaz

ine thing is that though they have

been m. the, universe for the six

billion years that there s been

universe, we've, only put them to

use in about the last ten -years.

"Why?" be asked. Obviously

didn't answer. r


The old concent of the nurse

has changed drastically in -the

last double-decade. The "trained"
nurse, doesn't sling' bedpans and
make the beds and scrub and
mop any more. She gets three or
four years of coeducational college

training, ana sne wonts in tne

delicate madia of miracle dimes.

pie of surgeons rummaging around heart surgery, -intricate labs, X-

in a lady's Heart witn wnat ap-'rays. brain-assaying machines.

Somehow the idea must be im

printed on. the female conscious consciousness
ness consciousness that nursing now has- decent

wont, economic
the fringe bene-

umversiiv enura-

j tion wiin 'coeducational fun and' a

working tomsphere of "a human

itarian ana "scimtuic me.
The bale block is in public
relatione the old nursing con concept
cept concept of slavey for $35 a, week
for 24-hour tduty has got to go
and something of gtamous devel.
pad to replam It. Also,
shouldn't, be surprised If pretty
soon the wages are raised com
menturately with' the job.
, ' 1 V
It micht also he mentlnnea that

most reasonably pretty nurses

wind up marrying the patient or
the intern. ....

Arrowsmith of Houston. Tex..

this is the best I can do with

those last-minute stitches itching

like' merry helL

''I happen 'to' believe," .he con

tinued, "that w have a Divine

Being who looks over us. Why did
He withhold, this discovery from
us until now? It wasn't because
He favored and trusted Drew Pear

son and David Samoff and our

generation more than the others,

No, in my opinion our civilization

uas reacneu a, ciunax a cumaz

when we have more opportunity for

the future, more chance to prevent

war than any tner period in his history
tory history partly because the weapons
created by the .atom and the elec

tron are so terrible.

"We live In the greatest age In

the world continued the man

who. has helped develop some of

tne great serrets of this age. "We
have an opportunity hitherto 'i un unknown
known unknown to man.

"If Russia and the United States
can make peace, then there will
be peace in the world. If the Unit United
ed United States and Russia can't get a-

long together, then there will be

waf.' That's why I consider the
developments in -Russia today so

- I had dropoe In to talk to Gen.

Saf noff about a subject I have been

harping on so much that I suspect
people get bored 'getting behind

tne iron curtain to win over the

Russian people. I figured that he.

as one of the nation's pioneers in

radio and television, might have

important ideas on how 'we could

take advantage of the current up-

neavai in tne ju-emiin.

He considered the Kremlin purge

and especially the emergence of

Marshal Zhukov a great break for
the West; but adedd: ;

"We've been losing the cold war.
once told Eisenhower that, ac

cording to our present policy, eith

er we freeze to death in the cold
war or we burn to death in a hot
war. But actually we" don't have to
do either. We can win the cold
war. The only trouble is that dem

ocracies don't understand the art
of waging a propaganda' war: If a
hot War comes they' don't shrink
from casualties, but they aon'i
realize the importance of heading
off: that war with -nonnulitary
''How should we win the cold
war?' I asked. 11
. 'No. 1," Samoff replied, "we
should spend one-tenth of our mili

tary budget on the 'propaganda
weapons of the cold war. Instead,

we spend only a traction, we don't

realize that no investment to win
the cold war is exorbitant measur measured
ed measured against the cost of a bombing
war that we want to prevent.

"Second. 1 would set up a stra

tegy Board for Political .Defense

equivalent to the Joint Chiefs of


"Third,, though we now have a

Voice of America,. which-, is, doing

a pretty good job, we should changa
the name to 'Voice of .America

for Freedom and Peace.'. ;

i .i, .,...-,,..4 .j, .-fa. ...
"We should remember that
words that are not backed p by
deeds lose their impact. We
should preach faith in the Divine,
how to obteryo religious occa -lions.
There is a great hunger
for spiritual comfort behind the
Iron Curtain. And we've been

neglerting it.
"Take, for instance," Finland.
Soviet broadcasts beamed to Fin Finland
land Finland total 43 hours weekly, with a
new TV station built in Estonia
to catch a million viewers in near nearby
by nearby Finland. Yet the Voice of A A-merico,
merico, A-merico, when I studied the situa situation
tion situation sometime ago, was compelled
to shut down its daily half-hour
broadcast to inland to save S50.

000. Since theu I understand Con

gress hasn t become much more


Yet imaeine what we wniilri

have to spend if we got into a. hot
war. Imagine the Uvea we wmiM

lose. I repeat:. No investment to

win the cold war is exorbitant

when measured against the- cost
of a bombing war.

"Moscow has brnueht nn.ttiiri

Inf the human race under its con

trol oy means short of a hot war war-by.
by. war-by. shrewd diplomacy, detention.

propaganda, fifth column subver

sion inese psychological methods
the cold war have paid off,
at smaller risk and infinitclv lur.

er tost than a hot war.

"But SOW ths hro'alr. t.

, "
be coming our, way. We must take
advantage of them. But wa, can cannot
not cannot do it with our left hand. , i
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U. S.I, Surgeon General wroyt,j5,
Berney; said; today a 'chemical
irent formed a burn'

ing may be cwiingthe increase

in : lung, cancer v-among Bmu&u a.
Buipey:: told a repoiiter the ,Ubr
stance ;benzopyrene'r- forma in
the imbke when theiarbmatic oils
in tobacco; are .burned,, at a high

temperature.-?., "4-i-
H mnhanirpi! that "no one has

definitely jsolatea the cause. of
lung cancer.". But be said govern

ment researchers belieev "exces "excessive
sive "excessive and prolonged." exposure to

bnzopyrene may contribute.
Burney explained that only
cigarettes bum at high enough

temperatures 80Q to 815 degrees

tahrenheit to produce signiu
cant a m o u n 1 1 "of bentopyrene

Lower temperatures of 'ptpttdbac-

co and cigars do not,:"ra.cK: tne

aromauc poison ne iaia.

Neuberger tD-Ore), a non-smbker,
urged the government to 'educate
the American public on the perils

laced by smokers." ;(.
PrelsM iarller. Report',

In a Senate speech Neuberger

praised the -statement Bumey is

sued, last' week sayuig thers was
increasing and consistent evidence
that excessive cigarette smoking
was one of the factors ,'in lung

cancer. j

Neuberger said he hoped' public

health.' officers, medical societies

and other health groups would
undertake "a broad educational
nrnffrim An wirn : th Amprirsn

people grim -threat involved

in tne use or rooiceo ana c;ga
rettes." vy,-.-4''-
"If ouf Deonle can spend 15 bil

lion dollars annually on liquor and

tobacco, -tmits of government' can
well afford expendthires to -warn

of i perils involved in 1 their use'
Neuherger; said. v j .,s"1
Asked by reporter Whether, his
statement, last week was a warn warning,,.
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"K. "amounts ito 'a warning 16
stop r smoking cigarettes; tout" we
would like- to have -more -positive
proof before Issuing warnisj
suchi tU;i t ,.f-; t.

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4:10 Wbat's Your Favorite (re-

m v' quests taken by phone

tui ,if.- t
1:30 News
1:35 What's tout T t o t J X
- (cont'd .' 1 v' t,-4 -8:jbd
Interlude 1

- REVIEW' (Faust Been

8"30 On Stat A m e r i e a
' (WRUU p.

1:00 Interlude For Music -'
7:30 VOA Report Frora' UA-'
:00 Worid Of Jaaa. ;
1:S0 Life With The Lvona.

-.00 You Asked For It tra-
:::. quests taken by phone

10:30 Music Fronj Hotel El Pan


10:45 Tempi Of Dreams -'
li:oo concert Under Tht stars
12:00 Sign Oft i '

Tomorrow, Wednesday, July 17


: 00 Sign On Alarm Clock

tiuo irequesw taxen' y
phone .till 7:00)

7:30 Moraine Salon Concert

1:15 Church In The Wildwopd
S:30 Musical Rereilla

9:00 News

;15 Sacrtd Hear.t

9:30 As I See It

10:00 News

.yl'.-i :V,J !.'. I'" "..I1" 'O

WASHIN&TON. 1 Julv 18 UP)1

wub two npp or a neucopter to'
dav .President Eisenhower com

pleted a weekend tour tCC the

emergency beaaqusrters-' whi'ch

would become f the U.S. govern-

uimi in -eveui o( aiomio.auCK
Taking off from his .GettViihuj'tr

Pa. iarm yard, the 'President

new in his bubble-nosed aircraft

io -me secret command nost

Operation Alert (1957.'

He conferred -there with civil A.

fense and mobilization officials on
the problems 1b volved ie tMitfinff

the nation :bti on 'its feet after

si. rroa.y rmock atomic-a-

A 1 snort while later,' the blue
and white fceltcoDter- bmiHv Honh.if

ea.nun back 'on the White House

lawn, irom which He had taken

on sp tnoapvior. a flight lo his

vj,ivoti uioM way. ,j i
, 'Copters Please: Presidenr

ower, ob vieui4yf was


pleased with 'his maiden trip in
the newifangledi' flylftt. 'machine.

one- of two recently acquired by
the" Vhitev House to whisk 'him
about the', countryside on short

"That Was About the amonthext

ride xyt tvtr bad in my life,."
he commented as he arrived at
the ; mountain-guarded "High "High-point"
point" "High-point" headauarters of civil d.

tenser -end mpDilliation agencies.
"When he sot back -to the White

House,', he. told reporters the flight
wss j. "Fine, good weather

good flying -"a.coQd. wav to see

tne country.".

- Uiit;.h Piik1ip HiWiSta';,

ic!i,;rireent-'and' Needles 0

-aeJantjfle vndagsteli3gat9-to I. uest ir by phone

state and local jhealth; officials so wm:3W
Dhvsicians can advise theirmatients 11:00 News : r

.&r-'iv1sTcrtlMaitV.r 11;05 Splna .and-,Needlea

i-?.felee)Hrtivlteefto'':4.' (cont'd) (S( ,
"In ortcigarette ;':resercli.;la- ll:S0HMef t The ,EBtertalner

oratory we : nave is scientiatj iz:ou newi
and 13 are 'continuing to smoke TM.

cigarettes.'.' Burnev commented. 12:05 Lunch time Melodlea

"I guess they feeUhisls -a persoflr 12:15 M E La C H RiNO MUSI
at;, decision;. and!5"wiUtak'the n'V-. ''CALBr; ?rW.,;.'.
chance. '.-vvi-V-&S n:30Muslcai;TravelcruS.' .

'Barney. taldjitiK'tmilnlfieutt

to get the aromatic oils' put of

cigarette tobacco to make i them

safe ; if. benzopyrene is prpved 4
.cause" of.cancer'Vo:tK4.w

He said it was possible bento-

pyrene ,v':may never. JSe. proved abr

solutely to be j the cause of ami

cancer, obviously Decease -e

can't experiments With W on hu-

mans.'? .o w e v .r. he:, said re

search -is goings head on- animals.

juurney. U9 said, lie leit,

cent magazine report on filter.cig.

arettes, wnich Helped sparfc a con
gressiohal inquiry, was '"aUite ae

eurate.". The report held,, that -fil

ters a f f o r dlfttle ;if. rany :4ealth

saieguara. ;.-. s : .,-, -.- ?f-VJyc.

itep, .John A. Blatnik IB-Minn ).

cnairmaa of a House.-Government

Operations subcommittee which

will, start hearings, Thursdav. said

ue pumic is spending an .extra

half-million dollars -a' day for fil

ters. He. said be -wants to find out

it tM.putyte is being fooled' "iJ

British VarsKja

Transit! Suez-t -4

Without? Incident

CAIRO." July ;16 fUPV tTh e

Cruiser Loch Killiort'otimei

into tne sues canal yesterday from

the Suez end. and berairte the

first British! wrship,to trthsifflie

waterway ; since the vAnslo-French

attack ; on; .Egypttv J : s 'V;-
i Canal authorities said lhei Srit-

lsn vessel paid its.toll and. passed
through 4 : the "-Mediterranean
without ; any -hostile; demonstra-

Uons from .the- tw Efyptianswrho
watched it .from- the, .banks'1:

ltOuWNewa' v,'-.

Ills-Music at Manhattan
1:30 eons Of The Pioneers it
1:45 French Ih. The Air
1:00 Tex Beneke Show .
2:15 Freddy Martin Show

2:5MV-;.Music Tor ;Y6t ,,

lyDO HariJr jBnpw;And

- Rainbow Ranch Boya
S MS Sammy Kaya Show

1:30 Muiln War. Werfyirf

. 4:00-iTeatura Review

."4;30-rWhat's your Favorite

, (requests t a k e a by

; pnone uu i :oo
S:30 News .-?..-,

1:15 What'a Yourpavo rite

: (eont'd) -i :- -'
1:00 Allen Jackson CNewa)
. Profrram


REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
8:30 Hawaii Calls (WRUL)
7:00 Hatts Ot Iyy- i
7:30 VOA Report From U J.
1:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Musical Theater

9:00 yon Asked For it, (r (r-'
' (r-' quests taken by phone

18:30 Cavaleada Of Ameriea"
11:00 Concert Under The Stars

12:00 Sign Off..

-; No Bidders ; J

MURRAY. Utah (UP)-Salt

Lake County officials may have
to think Tip another way of dis

posing of a soofoot frontal lot
alnn' )il fniA, .'.katw

The1 property, .valued at $183,000.

hM been, offered, at three puh-

iic aucuons.- no buaera nave

:. ft-

;i ::

Bernard M. Shanley. nresiden

tial appointments secretary. came

out on the lawn to greet Eisen-

nower and escorted bim into the

West 'Wing executive offices. -'
For Durnoses of the rlvil 'Am

fense" exercise. : if wss the 5th -day
after a make-believe atomic
"Pearl -Hsbor. Defense Mobilizer

uoraon uray ana- .otner" otncuis
briefed the President on the prob

lems comrontea a n a t ton in a

state ox tneoretlcal devaitation.
' 'TolaV Of '"Casualties"'
Thev tbld 'him about 41 millinh

bt the 95,3O0,00Orpersobs living w

tne simulated target, areas, were
assumed to have encased 'the. blast

and radioactive iallout. 5 n '" .)-.
The problem, .-was ,-ta pr'jvide
them, with food shelter and medi medical
cal medical care;, te restore 'vital trans transportation
portation transportation and eommnnieattrtn f

cilities, ,and to make the economy
function withi, banks, business
and key industries destroyed.
It was evident that 'dictatorial
Bowers, rigid allocation of mate-;
rials, Jabor. drafting and other
government controls would be re required.

fiiieonower was. '.


from Washington". -Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon before, the 'theoretical attack
ad i spent Friday vnight at an

hemergency. White Hocse in a

mountainous area. On Saturday he
drove tor his Gettvsburf farm to

spend the week end .with his wife
and grandchildren,

Security precautions- barred duu

closure of .the- 'locations of the I

President's hideaway and the

"Highpoinfi headquarters he visit

ed today. ' a

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'Date At Home' Keeps

Romance In Marriage

JUST because young1 married have time for durioc )he rest of
uple-is tied -down with smalll our hectic-wtek, ''.
uldren doesn't mean they can't -.' r


children doesn't mean they

manage to keep some moonlieht

and roses In their marriage

A wife writes to tell me how

she and her husband contrive can

dlelit dinners tor two, even though

Uiey can t afford a baby sitter

ihe savs: "When we are first

married It wasn't hard to man

age an evtmng out at least once

a weeii.

"But with our budget stretched

to cover two children, there isnt

enougn money tor us to nire

sitter, and have dinner at a nice

restaurant more than a few times

a Tear 4

"But .we didn't want to give up

those 'dates we enjoyed to much.

So once a week we set the stage

for a date at home

We give the children their sup

per aim put them to bed and then

together we cook a wonderful din
ner, served on a small table in
the living room, by candlelight, of
course, and with dreamy dance

music playmc. i -v.

.During these evenings we save

for ourselves we don't talk about

anything unpleasant or any serious

problems. But we do a lot of talk

ing the kind, we never seem to

. . ..... :
MR. AND MRS. ALBERT BISTANY, whose marriage took place at the Sacred Heart Chap Chapel
el Chapel in Ai.con, July 6. The bride is the former Miss Aide C. Harvle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
. Raymond Harvie of Curundu.

i The Ambassador of Spain in Panama Fedtrico Gabaldon
y Navarro and his wiftf will give' reception at the Embassy
from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Embassy on Thursday to
celebrate Spain's National Day.
Members of the Spanish Colony In Panama will attend.

. Miss Aida C. Harvie, daughter

of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harvie

lf Curundi' became tne nnae 01
Mrl Albert Bistany, son of Mr. and

' Mrs. Habib Bistany of Brooklyn,

N.Y. at a double-ring ceremony

at the Sacred Heart Chapel in on
Saturday, July 6.
Father Michael Wye officiated.
The bride, who was given away
by 'her father, wore a white cotton
; organdy floor-length gown with a

sabrina neckline and Alencon lace

appliques on the dome-shaped skirt
and the boduct. A white finger-tip

veil of illusion lace fell from a
crown of seer pearls. She carried
a bouquet of white baby-roses.
Htr attendants all came from
the States for the occasion. They
were Marian Stgale, a college
classmate of the bride, who came
from Hul land, Vermont to act as
maid-of-honor, Yvonne Garcia, sis

ter of the bride-from Corpus Chris-

ti. Texas and Victoria Messreni,

Softty-SeaUd In
aluminum foil, look
for th "Package
with th Star."





1 Ik. Package


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mixes instantly . just restore
the water, atir for a second .
and "pretto" . 4 freeh-tasting
milk for the family. Nourishing
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Start on Starlac today t

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sister of the bridegroom from
Brooklyn, New York.
The best man was a cousin of
the groom Eduardo Dominguez of
Ushers were Henry Hansen and
John Herrrh.
A reception followed at the A A-merican
merican A-merican Legion Club.
The bride, who is a registered
nurse at Gorgas Hospital, is a
graduate of Balboa High School

and the College of Mt. St. Vmcent,

The bridegroom is a civilian em

ploye of Albrook-Air Force Base.

He graduated from Ft, Hamilton

High School, ;Vnd served four years

in me u.a. Air-, rorce. ;

The couple spent their f honey honeymoon
moon honeymoon in Costa Rica. The bride
wore a beige linen suit with black
and white accessories for the trip.
They will, make their home in
Curundu. i , '

Mr. and Mr. Hautmann
Return frtm ; Vatatlon. : It

Mr. and Mrs Otto Hausmann
returned Sunday night after a two two-months
months two-months vacation' in the' States.

They visited in Florida, California,
Texas and Mexico City.
. ... -. ; :.. ? i

Canadian Military
Gels Pay Boost

OTl'AWA, July 16 (UP) Pay
raises of about 6 per ent for all
members' ot the armed forces and

the Royal Candian Mounted Po

lice were announced today.

The increases, radioactive
to May 1, followed last week's
general pay boost of about 6 per
cent' for some 104,000 civil serv servants.
ants. servants. Canadian Defense Minister
George Pearkes, in announcing
the raise, said a 20 per cent in increase
crease increase in trades pay had also
been approved as an inducement

to- skilled tradesmen and profes

slonai ptfjeers to stay in the



"THE reason -J. -am telling you

about it is oecause 1 know a lot
of young couplet; think they; cant
have any fun : or. gaiety .if they

can't afiord to, get away ..from

home, i s i i

"Maybe some of them would like
to try out 'date-nieht-at-home' plan.

It's amazing how much Jit does

to keep a married couple feeling

close together and very much' In


Some young couples-complain

bout being "tied down." Others

discover that! any-period? of mar

riage can be romantic if a couple

has a little imagination ana a zest

lor living in the present,

Abused Baby Siller

Forced To Pose ;
For Lewd Pictures

Disasters Exhaust
Red Cross Reserve

GENEVA, July 18 (UP) -Gen

Alfred M. Gruenther, named pres

ident of the American Red Cross

six" months ago, sard today the

extraordinary series of storms

and other natural disasters plus

the Hungarian crisis in the last

two years had set a budget
breaking record in relief costs.

He said the American Red

Cross spent 52 million dollars on

disaster relief alone in the two

years ending June 30. He said
this was the biggest outlay in its

76-year existence and has ex exhausted
hausted exhausted all of its once heavy


V(f. JU-. ,r,.


(UP) A pretty 14-year-old baby babysitter
sitter babysitter has told police a sordid tale

of being kidnaped and of being

abused and forced to pose lor

lewd pictures while she was held

for 24 hours. ...

Detective Chief William M.

Barnes said the girl was bound,

gagged a nd blindfolded ; Friday
night as, she went in a car with a

young woman, ostensibly to baby

sit, hhc was not returned home

until late Saturday night, he said

The detective said medical ex

amination's apparently confirmed
the girl's story..
h squad of detectives was or ordered
dered ordered imme'lip.tely to search the
area for the woman and a male
companion who allegedly mo molested
lested molested the girl.

Barnes said the girl was picked

up lor tne Daoy-sitting job by

sanay-naireu, pregnant worn

an about 25, wearing tight-fitting

toreaaor pants ana a smock.

The. woman, who gave her name
as "Mrs. Vickie Nolan," then

drove her car into the downtown

area and picked up a man. The
two overpowered the girl, tied her

up and put strips of adhesive tape

over her. eyes apd mouth, Barnes

The teen-ager laid the couple

drove her to a house where the

man stripped her, and then forced

her .to pose for. indecent ohoto

graphs and abused her. The next
night they pressed her and drove

ner back to town. ...

Rodolfo V. Ibscll
VLis Ce(e Esirc
Contest In Tdonl

Bodotfo V? Hansell, a new"' face

in thp Cafu Ksauire talent contest.

has been admdeed winner in the

first program in the second series.
Hansell used v. "This Is Wotfh
Fiehting For"! as his contribution

for the contest. Coming in behind

Hansell were James Porter, who
sang 'Hurt," and Noel Copeland
who rendered "I'm 'In.tbe Mood

for Love."
The' show was well attended and

Hansell received an ovation une unequalled
qualled unequalled for the .time that this type

of program has been conducted

in the cafe. -1 i! j
To .bring the show to its climax,

MC Herbert. Moise called to the

stand two guest artists. The, first,

Isaac Pcltinovich, sang two num numbers,
bers, numbers, "Prisoner of Love"s and "01
Man RiVer," s V
Peltinovich while in the US made

seyeral radio, television and per per-snnnl
snnnl per-snnnl anDearances. He once recit

ed for President Eisenhower on
special program and also made a
trio to Canada with the Bob Hope

troupe: Aside from being one ot

his university's soloists, he is al also
so also one of its top basketball play players.
ers. players. Presently he is playing for
the Marlboro team in the Panama

Basketall League.

The second guest artist, Alfred

Clarke, was forced to stay on the

stand for three encores. His ren

dition of "Summertime" was par

ticularly interesting, darken then
sang three other numbers nad

left the stand amid a prolong ap
plause. '

APDlications for this coming pro

gram are already being received.

Interested parties' are asked to

enroll with the bartender on duty


BY MBS. MURIEL LAWRENCE If I don't tend you to school, the
, '- policeman would come here and -
WHEN I was a child, a visiting make me. Maybe you'lj get a nice
relative brought, along ..a rpnotor teacher so it won't be hard.:..

graph of her younger sister. Whenl t jS

l d admire it, she'd aay, "Oh, yes,1 Like my relative'! description of
isn't wen lovely?. She used to her sister, each of these remarks,
pinch .me. black and blue 'when nretendimr to iwt'itinU fe aitiiailv

we were children. -Her self-wUl is seek; to make Johnny's still un-

i f coicm uia&'. (Down experience ot scnooi : loom ..:
everyone adores her.',xou'd lust aa m- him ir,-fv: ..

love her." t ideal bv iaolation hurt rA miin.

Naturally I loathed the unknown Jhli H man1 ,3

Gwen just as her aisler's jealous IF we talk' like tneana

double-talk had' intended me to.

,Now psychiatrist Dr. Leon Ei

senberg .warns that just such dou-l

the thought of having -. to ; nend
Johnny to school fiU M with

unaccountp))l seise .of helpless

bletalk fey. mothers helps to. breed ness and depression. And we cer.
children s feat 4f school. ' tainly do not want this nain.- We

v ivmmy oio, ine American can ssk our clergyman, tne school
Psychiatrie Association's annual Drineinal our lner f smilv militw

meeting "The 'child 1 Pivpn rnii- anr, ani in hlV im-IHi 41, ;tv

flictmg cues. He ja told he mustl In the meantime, let's not be
go to school and at the same frightened by the idea that oar
umeshown that he dare not go." love for Johnny my br leas then
-1 QUOTE .his statement far in perfect. No parent's love Is pe.

avance 01 next September's firtt feet. Nevertheless, all of us, r r-day
day r-day of scool id -.order to ; give gsrdless of its' flawl,' want to

momers- plenty, of, time over the make it the best love we can.

La Boca First Aid

Application Class
Graduating Tonight

summer to consider it

i w express our secret resent

ment at havine tt send Johnnv

w scnooi py ..tais Kind of talk

Let's credit ourselves with this

desire, and for the next few
weeks hold on to some simple

words I heard sooken the othef

'fit you're a good bOV.VOU won't nltrht hv Mr rrfrh Frimm wlf

get in trouble. If otbeir kids are of the noted psychoanalyst. Said
mean to you, tell; Mommy about, she: 1 "Listen to your tongueand
it. If you can't find the washrodm, see if it truly reports i what your

try and

wait till

you get home.l heart is saying.'


Cancer-Blinded Georgia Youth
Ray Of Hope To Malta Parents



The parents

of a 3-year-old Malta girl facing
loss of her remaining seeing-eye

can iaxe neart from the .bravery
of little, blind Johnny. Pair.

T. 1.IL.J: j

Thirtv.five L. Boca residentsk "' fPlf,m;

who have completed the required t0 hi M from cancer,
rourse of trainuiK-in first aid ap- ,.j v..,v.n

n.n ,IH h. nrt.nti fertifi. ""0.B""

cates of participation by : the La
Bo;a Civic Council tonight at the

La iBoca study hall starting., at

7 30

Activities of the class were co

ordinated during the three-month
training period with the Civil De-

iense omces, nuunu n. wuiwjii
instructor, and the Civic Council.
Members of the graduating class

include;. v..
Patricia M. Callender. Wilma E

Daniels, Glenda E. Farrell,. Mavis
v. nnnnwa. Marcellna Wilson. Vir

ginia D. Brathwaite,t'JearlinaA J

Wilson, uiaays aananora, r.iennui
ninV-wn Alexander' James. Oorret-

ta ir. Chong, Vilam Chong, Sadie
M. Sinclair. Gloria J. Davis, Shir-

lev S ark. Elvira -uauey, jneiva

Bailey; Clarence Fenton, Priscilla
rhnno Carrie Turner. Vlnifred A.

James, Gloria Llewelyn, Sarah I.
ClarK, James R. Kennedy Lester

L. Ferraro, Miriam a, uirreu,

nnrli B .: Livineston. Wihelmina A,

i.avno. Paulina L. King.. Wolsey

K- I ... ii n

S- Dickens. Jr.. wagarie n. uen-

der Emilia Flemmings, Pearl ar-

t-11 . Ilene Pilerimi ins ru-

grim and iis T. Alley ne.

.; ,) 1 ',
Baptist Pastor

Arrives To

Revival July 21

If another couple is counting
on you and your husband to go
with them to a party, dont feel
you can hack out at; the last
minute if something more inter interesting
esting interesting comes along or you don't

u-jn vi ieei m Uie mooa. ; R.nTi.t ThAlniial

When you make plan. wlttr;f,--i0S5n7ri

Rev. Davis Thobpson of Town

Creek.. Al..i was due. to arrive

on the Isthmus at noon today. He

will remain in: the Canal zone un

til July 29.

During his visit he' will act as

Evangelist .for s : revival to pa
held at the -Cocoli Baptist Church

starting July 21 and lasting tnrougn

July -28.. , 4 .;.

Thompsonis a ''graduate of the

' Next September, Johnny -' will
start to school and learn to read
Braille and to use a Braille type typewriter.
writer. typewriter.
..- .,j ..... .'. ... ..

' Mrs? Bessie-Pair,' 33. who con,

sented o the. operation when told

ii was tne "oniy inina: to do." of

fered an intercontinental message

oi sympatny today lor Mr; and

Mrs. John Bartolo of Valetta.

Malta, parents of-another "cancer


Their daughter. Marv Rose Bar,

loio, nas already lost one eye.

Will Alfew Siartery

A ludize last Fridav rrtAA

BartoW, 28-year-old father of four

cmidren. to permit an operation

mat wiu Diina Mary Jtose.

Bartolo- said his wif w mt.

fering a nervous breakdown and

sougnt Additional time so she

could consult a priest before de-

For CarccrOlficers

others, always de your best t

a your snare.

Need lots of pep?

hue f t different, fferd
' huh VeteUblr are kleadcd t
' thia amMM drink. Yoall lore it
lively Savor, M thrive it vH

mia-packtd food-

mem. Ataoeti

or between nleal-

, V I ivt' you the

"3 7


O "Mw bov ckk minks' if i lerribU o

Me d qirt f iKinq her rnoterup in pubic

yo youorcc j

: 1

s.if she disillusions him by f
" droqqnoiflcomRlete

cosmetic -co6rWv--fumbhrvi l'i
ihrouqh on urrridy hond-taq-1-.
. cwtibiha h&r rtur.ot trie -tcfcle-i

- or spraymq nm wrrh cjows cr

Keep yourbeoutYftfTf dotm loa
tidy miniTfwm ulhen jaire outOHflctotc.

rwKQQeanariny.pwsric irrc cose.
Open ir cosuolly- look ot your face If ;
voir mcke-uo needs reooirria.rrtirtto

Mlouonddoitthcrc.-'-. .t v

Vxi sJkxjIJ be abla ktaU oK vour

V 'public fippeorance" (ywnvwpidsj
.. in the pcim of one hand- o uotet

mirror ond ouff. ahot'K tmti mnl

v j tomb. These Htht items ore all vou JI reoU
to keep Jhos. qoodtoks noluroiiy yours1

.... '- ) I f

iminrv. After comoletini his

education tie oecame an associate
missionary-of the Muscle Shoals
Baptist Asso. Later he .was called
as pastor, of the First Baptist

Church at Town Creek
Co-Resporident o
Must Pay Cost : ?
Of Divorce Action
LONDON. Jujy' 18 (UP An Ehg

lish judge' today ordered ..Danny
Chamoun. son of Lebanon's Prest-;

dent td pay the costs of a divorce

action In wnicn he was named co- n,e Adjutant General of the Ar-

responoem.. - . my aiaj. uen Herbert M. Jones.

Judg. Aiun rugn gramea a ai-,m lending hii. support to the pro pro-orc
orc pro-orc to Victor Silvester Jr., son gram said. "U.S. Army -officers
of a'well-knowa band leader, on are currently stationed in TJ coun coun-grounds
grounds coun-grounds his wife' committed adul tries of the world and experience
terr with Chamoun. has shown that the effectiveness
, Mrs .Silvester1 formerly Patt officers serving in these foreign!
Morgan, beforeher marriage in I un tries is increased if they

in was a ntuwaimu mui .ya uiv mut language.

queen. iNeitner sne nor uiamoua

Washington: d.c. Vansii

The -Department of Army ha inl-

uaiea a xoreign language praflcien

cy nrosram aimed at orovlHinff!

language irninmg opportunities
for all of its career officers who

possess aptitudes along these lines.
The program' will be conducted
within the established Department
of the Army budgetary limitations
and since the capacity of the Ar Army
my Army Language 1 School is : limited,
its use will be on a controlled ba

sis. The Army points out, howev

er, tRat many officers mar ac,

quire such training through their

installation- educational facilities

J. Richard Clark,- education di

rector lor U.S. Army Caribbean,
ssid that directives are now being
prepared for the imolementation

ot tne language program in the

lariooeaa area. --r

'Army Regulation 1 350-24 further

states mat commanders will en

courage participation: in the pro program
gram program by reviewing the Qualifica

tion records;, of all career Army
officers annually and reminding
them of thia language requirement

elding, but doctors said there
wasn't time.
Mrs. Pair, on learning of Bar
tolo's plight,, said, ,"1 feel sorry
for him,' that's all J can say."
Mrs. Pair," warned that Johnny
had only "six months to live" if
his eyes were not sacrificed, had
decided Td rather have Jiim
blind than not have hint at all."'
Johnny parents are; -separated
but he manarea to visif ttMh f

them part of thet ime. ;

iiis stepbrother Larrv Locke, ioj

and his cousin help htm swing the
bat in baseball eam and hnw

mm wnere to, run. They watch
him to see that he doesn't get
hurt.-- "v" ' - .
Indoors, Johnny likes to play
with ,his toy ears, like all little
Prepares far Life I
' t -
JohhnxA'raalixe ivhat his blind-
ness, is and is frady to prepare 1
himself to cone with hl aitnitinn: v

observers believe. The 'state test testing
ing testing Service for the bhnd said he ia

very smart and is ready to go to

Doctors have told Mrs. Pair that

if there is no siin at anrearilnv r

the cancer in five years, she will

nave nothing to ? Worrv.' hniit.

Johnny is checked at intervals,-
For days' last year Mrs, Pair
hd her estranged husband, Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Pair, were eniased in hat.

ed battle over the removal ef
Johnny's eye. '.'
Mrs. Pair said, "f want my W
to' live even,, in. blindness'.''; But
Pair said, "As long as he can
play as well as he does and pea as
weU as he does, let the eye stay

Pair fihauV ffava in ttUr-

ings from Mrs. Pair ni

ister:,' '

defended the divorce action.

Kow I sleep all night

i sincr MDYSfrei t i
L. i. :..

otaper ttsn

Mtstaita Preveate Dlaaf Rath'
Hespital-Prevea la ever K
; ef Cases TeatMl .
MnMM caua ilea. itin oTdiapcrraik,
4 iud it tar mrj ctunte, rvnu
itml nth. caafk. tool Madmwd,
v abaarbt, oiaai ckw.

Swiss Citizenship J

Intentions Denied :

By Movie Actress

MENDRISIO. Switzerland: Jul

1 (UPlItaliaa film star Sophia
Loren's-attorney,: Dr. Sergio Gu
gUelmetti.NSaid today there "is not

a : woro ot truut" in Italian press
reports she came here to obtain.
Swiss -citizenship.--
A Rome newspaper said yesler.
ly. "0 ItaUan producer
Carlo Pontt both intended to

pecome Swiss citizens so Ponti
can obtain a divorce., denied in"
Italy, and they can be married.

Falling Pointing
Fells Bridegroom -At
Marriage Jites
TBOYS. France. Julv' ti rtnav

A 75-pound painting titled "iBe

Diacairaitna fen like an anvil on
the head of Albert iiarrh! a

while he and' his fiancee waited
in the town to be married. .. V
His fiancee fainted when' she
taw Marchal lying unconscious
beneath the painting. She and the
deputy mayor followed Marehal te

noapivai ana carried ou the ed-.
dine, ," -.. -.,





rcfrcibmtot yoi

, win, ana tne nour- -. &


TUESDAY, JTJIT 16, 1957 i

.' f 'W.t, .-V j T' IB

Social ana Jl n


, -. nil

The Kenneth Bivins
iuaIaama Bikw Raw

Cent, and" ms.: Jennein emu

ef Dieblo Heights are the parents sophomore at Bucknell this fall, .is
at' -eon born early yesterday at studying for tho degree of bachelor

ine Daoy Doyi meir mm mu,

1 Tub DBDi tucjx iuo. vmwi i i xi. miu v., -,
weiflhed iu at-seven pounds, 15 of Balboa. Heights, she is a grao

OUnfeS. tie Will ue cuuuun ku- uaic ui xBiuvr iVu

Uan Edward.

Mist Shell Leach
Is fcngagtd To '
Richard Kgger :
Mrs, Raymond N. Leach, Sr. of
Swnnintcntt. Massachusetts, an

nounces the engagement of her
daughter, Sheila- LaMar to Rich Richard
ard Richard C. Egger, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George 'H. Egger of Margarita,;
Canal Zone. A fall -wedding- is
planned. -.
Half arid Farewell
Reception Held ;
At Albreek. -.
CoJ and MrsV Edwin M. Ram Ram-itaag
itaag Ram-itaag and CoL and. Mrs. Arthur P.
Huit were guests of honor at a
reception held at the Albrook Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Club. Sunday night,
i CoV Raramage is the departing
ftase Commander. and Col, Hurr is
his successor.
The Rammdges will leave in the
near future for Montgomery, Ala.
where the' Colonel will take over
his new assignment at 'Maxwell
Air Force Base.
CoL? Hurr came here from Max Maxwell.
well. Maxwell. 1. y.-
Former Isthmian
Mr. Harry Snyder
Visiting Hen. ,:
Mr. Harry "V." Snyder arrived
last week from Charleston, West
Virginia, to stay with Mr. and
MrJ, Ora Ewing in Balboa. $
Mr Snyder is former long longtime
time longtime resident of the Isthmus.
Janet Steckham
Makes Dean's List
At Bucknell University j
Miss Janet W. Stockham of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights, Canal Zone, has been,

cited on tne aean s jionor ubi, ,ioi

Scholastic achievement, during the 25 at 12 o'clock- All members and

cennd .semester of the. 1956-57 a

cademic year at Bucknell Univer University.
sity. University.

Mfci Ktnrkham. wno W1U D

of science in education. Daughter

of Mr. and Mrs. Koy siocKnam

' rtniu thncn tiiripnts who achieve

a high average in their studies are
moil nn thn hnnnp list. A total

of 286 men and women-were cit cited
ed cited on the list which has just been

made public.

Symphony Orchestra

Will Civ Thira
Concert O.i Mondy i ; .
... Under the auspicies of the De-
.rlma.l nf ITinn Arts tho SvmDhO-

ny Orchestra, will give the third

Concert of the present season, ihjai
Mnndsv oo at thn National Thea-

tre. Two sploists will play on this

occasion, R aul Cabezas yunner,
top Costa Rican violinist, and Pa

namanian tmmpeter Jose uv, i
Cajar Escala. (Concert will begin
at 8:15 sharp, and tickets are av

ailable by calling teiepnone z-wao.

Louise Merchant, MaUde Clinchard,

Lois Van Horn, Jeanette McKib-

bon, Teresa Luce, Phil Euper, Do Dorothy
rothy Dorothy Allen and Claire Irwin.
The nexi. meeting will be a No No-rtntf
rtntf No-rtntf T.nnphpnn at the Fort Ama

dor Ope Mess on Thursday, July

their guests may attend.

Feminine 'Space Bonnets
Follow Geophysical Note


NEW York (UP) Milinery
fkats the miUtary to this business
f satellite launching.
Dieaigners, taking note of the In

ternational Meopnysicai ""
U.S.: lliui to Uunchjjj .tetav 'Mm.

ireaoy. ure uuk-vu'wf
houettel, .'; St-, vt':.
Lilly Paehe described er. outer outer-pace
pace outer-pace bonnets as "spinning around
the head ad shooting off at the
aide la a spiral of bright color,"
One thing is certain about the
Industry'! concern with things out
ef this world. Hat shapes take off
la several directions soaring upward-
like a- stalagmite, moving
backward on the head, or slanted
so far to the side you monder
what keeps them on.
Sally Victor decided some of

mis racing

Narcotics Trial
Flees In Pajamas
k ROME, July 18 (UP)- Siciuan
Marquis Emanuele de Seta, being
held in Rome's Regina Coeli pris prison
on prison for trial on a narcotics charge,
escaped in his pajamas last night
after ho was transferred to a lo local
cal local clinic for an operation.
' De Seta; -aa arrested last
year with' Several other socialites
involved In a narcotics scandaL
aM his amomnm 'annarpint.

ly was planned with outside help.

Menzies Will Lose

'Australian Prime Minister Robert
Gordon Menzies, S3, will have his
tonsils removed la a London hos hospital
pital hospital tomorrow, It vwas an an-aounced
aounced an-aounced today. ;
Mensies, who has been suffering
frnin ihpnat infrt1nn cinna li

made a Far East tour earner this

mY ti-t-u-vvuviuucu IVIU
wealth ministers conference.

her small evening hats she called
them "demi-tasse caps" would
stay put only if held on. So she
ihnuiul nn. hlirk VAlvet lumber.

fitting closely as a skull cap, with
a red velvet appliqued ''hand"

Keeping nan pce.

haps, one of the roost beautiful of ster with 13 candles crawl up to
1L 5 -.r t i. ..mmnn. tb. 4hi Rsrraploueh s didnt

ine great cuiupuacr. t wwiuvm
ly known as "The Diamond," be
cause of its brilliance and magni

nnn. (f ic raw nf the rharac

teristical worKS oi eeeinoven, nu
is the expression of his powerful

genius as well as oi nis rummiuc
.nil tArmonlffff flinill.

rnnHnotnr llprhfrt De Castro is

leading the Symphony Orchestra

witn great care, a iuu iucccss w

v.n onnMrfd min that anotber

... nWnrmana will he heird at

All hats nave some traits In

common this,. falL will show -i,.V ,in..t. ticket

more of a airl's face and front. l"r l"Zi 7h

.. ... . i. ruin iucu a a jiayuwvu w

nfliriltlA IV n mora m rnrntt III 1 z .. .1

rooms shadowing the whole laee.

All nave a son, orapea quaury;
wirttt hiipknm and stiff lininss

have veen discarded.

All km smaller. despite some

of those extreme shapes.

Thai Mn 1 !lhmifttA (lunla Vftd

thj mi.nnnal thow bv the

CSV VUV BaaV wummwx.
millinery stabilization commission commissioner
er commissioner was thet turban. Next in pop popularity,
ularity, popularity, the beret and cloche. Miss
Dache, for instance, showed "sat

ellite berets, witn ine laonc
draped in swirls' about- the head.

th tahle. Barraclouch s didn t

have time to rehearse it.

LOU COSTELLO is planning
more than just a movie without
his long time partner Bud Ab-

hntt Th 1JMI LOSieilU OIIUW, a

.....iatvjviu half hour telefilm

iH; i on the olanmng boards

.;.,. HiiA,' inn fvni's solo movie.

haad nn an idea by Eddie Can-

j n. ....(-. r.nrn tn im nKnnt (IX in Germany

,uh irrinnrt anlnist. and now wh escapes a court martial Dy

niw T 1 T. ..11- thru

Raul Cabezas DuHner m ceetno- promising nwi w

a ore i jiii nam! niiiiiiiiiK me nj

tkiMiifW aa -film. cnnnHi funnv and

alsw appeals to Lour who laughed

last concert, reservations may be

made at the Department oi r in

Arts, teiepnone ranaroa, imh.
Quote Unquote

with a single tear-shaped jewel at

the front

ni.rivninatinn in tho South will

disappear like fog before the un- L.Mna when he stood up' tO' an-

inine. nmmra hit final numoer in ine

P.krl., fiir and fcathera rate I tovarn Saturdav niaht

rutht along witn leit as tne ma- "c'""r.

terials for the fan coUections. cnampion irioya rauerson on m

Fabrics include velvet, silk jersey, ieness sports
satin., lame, brocade a-d the me- J&?&gft

I aeAU '1UU K UVI U1V AViUJt, iusu

- i '' .(lt( Ka tnaiM Irincf. hilt- whn

:Millingers: have wea-JM peits - --- ----

of lust about every iour-iootea an- "" T;,-,,:..!.;: u,m hT

, t o am jitttA I lir. nnwi iiua iuj r nv aw

black foT j vr uckr

F'sarnAra ara nraDea. couea aau ;

fringed into bead, coverings ores 1111. CASTEL BRANCO. Portugal,

trims. Piumaee inciuaes every-iww".. r. .l u-.u Tnt i itpi An automatic

thing from ostrich, dyed beige and ."."rt," en gre-ade launcher exploded during
given.. teek Jook with a .gbrcerine .SiSS alSI? army exercise near here

treatment, to guinea nen com-rr"- today. kilUne five soldiers and

bined with dove. "ff in I wounding eight others. The army

. . .-. .moh-ina riaarattaa. hut wc bef an an immediate investigation,

f lirf 0urm mmrlimr thia t ThaM HA palnv rptrInt i-1 .....I

ham wm t -: : iMrniiM. lira fA mnri noaiuva

eir, cancelled alL engagemenU ther. Seen most often In the i var- f beiDf, j,,,- wtrnin

uciuamg a trip 10 wasaiOEtoa ions collections are reua, uiuu"i .uck

no wwi a rouiB iipme iromiDuica,. purpiea, iu, ii.i"i
thf recently-concluded common- from soft avocado to emerald, and

ine nca crowns. -,


TW' itarr ennU V wtUUii lasid erery rlrrs heart A

areer Just aol of reach.... ram uvea Jest artwn the corner
, ..bapinse sear... yet a far to thta Melting, nw-
a-lif ad rent are ef fay yeanr lerers. See "FOIR GIRLS
. IH TOWN, starring George Nader. Jalle Adams, Marianne
Ctk, Elaa MartlnUll, Gia Scale a Grant WUliama which

JERUSALEM Premier David

Ben-Gurion, on the outlook for
, in tha Middla T.Mtt-

"PiHa MaaiKiKflaa will Mlti

closer once the Arab leaders are

convued that .Israel is here to


WASHINGTON Ralph 3. Cordi-

ner, cnairmaa oc a comnuoee 10

study the armed services, oa the
arannmi. afffrtivanvaa asf tha mm.

mittees plan if it were implement-
. 1 ji

eo wnojennai7 :
MTov could take about one-tenth,
a Km it 1 A aha aanl mi tha Vhannla

off the payroll that are bow ia the

muuary estawisnmeota.-

Card Group 1

Of Balbe Woman's

Club Meets
Tk runt Hrnnn of the Balboa-

Woman's Club held their bi-month-iv
miPtin!r at the Wirz Memorial

with Mrs. Blanche Schilling, Mrs. K The Beethoven concerto for vio-

Louise Merchant and Mrs. Mauae i,n an(j orchestra Opus 61 wiU feat feat-Clinchard
Clinchard feat-Clinchard as hostesses. ured the National Symphony third

i Kpfrpsninrnis ana caras were 1 nrpntatinn 01 tna ana season.

hv -ill Those attending I vnr thii mraainn. a noted violi'

were wesaames: uoruara otuuu, mst irom uosta nica, ivaui v- .... ... n.
lanche SchiUing, Edna Munro, bezas uffner. is the soloist. He Anna just missed wedding eus.

na Saarinen, Molly Johnson, Elsa from critics U over the world, engament to Italian medic Count

Tamm, Libby Ucy, Edith Eppley, His performance t Carnegie Alberto Mocm. aut "Qw

X4UUIO6 JiutiauU) uciuuui, wuiwuov, Ixiaiii v lilC fiUYCi blj v. weal- e a t 4UA
tji nn AHi or MahHa CharlpK. Ma-k Litu u atrmnhnnv rrhrfitran. decide lust 'what I want m 'ine

rie Wetzel, Betty Skelton, Kay Da-and at the Panamerican Union, way of a husband. Ive oecioep
a a. ft 1 I . H. M al JT 1aaaka aaa.1 1 taj alf U AtlHO I II fl 1 1 1 1

. j j:. u ..kmm ua fniiAw. i innw niiKinpxx w n 1. 1 1 a. luaiij. v

a WIDE liClU Ul uu. f - ..mViina
ed with successful presentations in decided a grU can t combine
i -1. 1 : 1 ......... In tf"a,nlhAth

creoilHDie musical tcuwn -..v,.-

trol 4mWpa BUI Sne flia cuiuuiire, iaw

Cabezas Duffner hai an uncom- well I thought, answering my ques-
i l:. i.t...... .inm mH hoaminff at her escort.

mon uneer uui. auu m mioi ,r

. j... irrnc o.tin. riirp.p.tor unaries

tations W romuC W fX"" .."""i.... iT.J hirthHav

works have a unique cleanness pirauss. oum rf":--y

Vu.nlu Ha uiaa 1aan senSlDlll- CSKe OeilVertU IU Vlio

ty andis very expressive. I he confessed:

mi lAnnatrtA i c Tiaar. i Watnimi 1 1 nave em x aw

' :






Erskine) Johnson



Barbara Roscoe, one of Brit-
pin's TV favorites, adds sparkle t
'to a London movie premiere.;
That revealing red velvet gown ;
Was created especially for the i
iccaslon by Barbara herself.

Beethoven Concerto

Will Have Cabezas
As Soloist Monday


I aixak rllUJaJ'.-

l2X by fokfn-iohnsoh v J")


- Z
II ai ma) ataaaa



sively Yours: Emotionally unset.

Kirls? ; Then stuff yourself with

Xood instead of tranauilizina cills.

Anna Maria Alberghetti does

"and it makes me feel a lot bet better,"
ter," better," Anna whs so upset a couple
of weeks aeo. she told me. that

"I sat right down and ate two

whole cheesecakes. They calmed
me down beautifully. But the next
dav I had to tta on a diet. I earn

ed six pounds." ..

Anna Maria took anotner sip
ef h.r first "legal" before-lunch
glass ef champagne. She was
celebrating an Important mile
stone her 21st birthday be between
tween between rehearsals for a CBS-TV
Climax shew and fittings en a
$1,500 (gulp! gown for her debut
at the Coceanut Grev. But tip tipping
ping tipping the grepe is eld-stuff for
As a cniid in Italy, she laugh laughed,
ed, laughed, "I was a heavy drinker sips
of wine at every meal starting
when I was six, just like all oth other
er other Italian children."

"I open my mouth too much,

Net In the aerlpfi Jane Ru Ru-aall,
aall, Ru-aall, rtxplainlng how the recen recencies
cies recencies her sxy role In "The Fuz Fuz-y
y Fuz-y Pink Nightgown" to her off.
screen religious work: "I guess
I'm ust a sexy religious girl.
THE WITNiT: Comic rank

Beer On Shoes May
Have Electrocuted

British Guitarist

rATRrt rvimmnnist Chinese

Pnmipr rhnu F.n-lai ouoted in an

the nros-

pects of a long cold war with A-

"China wont be harmed if Unit

ed States officials do not recog recog-niTa
niTa recog-niTa har for .one or two or three

o ....k.n. fanni. ha a 1 1 J 1 ...... IjtilUll llVlill. "'"" J -1 UUUIl LUC XCABU U iltU 111

ouiiiH uiiuBui ate .auvj nuiiuicu vnia i . I L .....

"L.-j.u.. i i ,i,.o. nthai-. (ufi-a coroner inveusu ..uuaj Ci0Sea circuit nearina am. .i,ai-

Miaiiai a i.n a uhuukw vhiw. I . i :ii j . .

:r r.ii ..j mifimiPTnur San v.ri m. to cietermme wnetner iucu ici est in tricxnames. Actress jo

eUbo7,te 'on are mmmea with Mundt (R-S.D. ), on tt. possibili- snd home-electrified guitar kill- tft legal midoie nam.

outside fake jewels. Designer ty that soutnern negroes may 11 v:. t i

Emme, oi ew xorx, ieaiurea a civu rijnia ay pwum f-w"" a Diinaing-iiasn oi mue -"- ; ; ,, 7

turban in green satin, decorated through a guaranteed vote: ... enveloped the 44-year-old weekend p" piw -uun ana aoi

musician, his guitar and the jnic-

Caanatt fall Head. Witnesses said

they believed beer spilled on his

shoes may have compietea a snon.

Circuit trom nis equipment' ana
electrocuted him.

Grenade Launcher
Kills 5 Soldiers


f -A
I eBaaMej


;SHE'LLl QUIT A""8 Maria
! Alberghetti says she'll quit
show business when she de decides
cides decides to get married. Anna,
'who just celebrated her 21st
'birthday, says she's concluded
that "a girl catft combine both"
career and marriage. She's giv giving
ing giving herself ''a couple of years"
to decide what she wants in
ji husband,
Marlowe about a recent party

"It was great everyone in the

rnnm woa Rr.h Hnnn

Will naa Va, V-a WUU ttVV)
as Anita Ekbcrg moves close to

mm to light nis cigarette in "far
is Holiday": "If you get any clos
er I won't need the lighter."

This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones
Movie producer to his assistant

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rikeout Leadership

NEW YORK, July 16 (UP) Handsome Jack
Sanford, ignored as a major league prospect by the
Boston Red Sox ten years ago because he was too
small, stood at least ten feet tall today in the eyes
of Philadelphia's pennant-smelling fans.

The rookie right-hander from
Wellesley. Mass., pitched the Phil Phillies
lies Phillies into first place in the Nation Nation-al
al Nation-al League last night by posting a
Ee-hit, 6-2 vitory over the M.
uis Cardials. -'
f 1 It marked the first time the
!phillies occupied the top rung ot
She N.L. standings at thtssUge
- of the campaign since 1950. And
noooay in riiimuciyt"-
, .... ,, ,ha war the

Iffif iMf vt'vem"" the,r winning margin- Joh1 Joh1-oli
oli Joh1-oli .WhAz. T"wh KiHs"!nv Anlonelli picked up his ninth

i ,nn iTof its last l4vctory, although he needed relief
now has won 12 of its lasi j y. f . m

on Jiil'i 1 to its present elevation
half game ahead of the Car Car-Minoic
Minoic Car-Minoic Sanfnrri has been the big
t i.n'i, ihii. Hrivp. allowing only
15 hits while posting three straight
complete game vicione.
In raising his season won and
lest record to 12-2 last night a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst thn Cardinals, Sanford
v took over the major league
strikeout leadership by whiffing
seven men. The blond, h ue ue-eyed
eyed ue-eyed New Englander has total totaled
ed totaled 111 strikeouts, one more than
Early Wynn of tb Cleveland
'tillf innncri who handled San-
ford's screaming speedballs, con-'
sidered it one of ms Desi
ed games to aaie.
5 ...o fast as ever, said
iv.. rk;iouinhia catcher, rubbing
his reddened catching hand. "But
E" ,.. v, n better on his curve
lie nj ---
The only St. Louis player who
gave Sanford trouble was Alvin
nrir The veteran shortstop, tri
pled in the fourth and scored on
Stan Musial'. sacrifice fly, then
homered in the eighth to account
for both St. Louis runs.
However, Willie ones treated
241 lead in the sec-
'Xnri innine with a two-run ..homer
h. Phillies chased Vinegar
u in the third with
Jour-run burnt, featured by Gran-
Ay. Hamner'i two-run double.
I, The Brooklyn Dodgers wHop wHop-'td
'td wHop-'td the Milwaukee Braves, 20-4,
Ind the New York Olants whip whipped
ped whipped th Chleage Cubs, S-J In
ether N.L. action. The Wshing--an
Seneters raced to a .104 v v-tory
tory v-tory ever the Kansas City Ath Ath-vlefics
vlefics Ath-vlefics in the only American
L$Agus ftitto ....
T-fhe Dodgers clubbed five Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee pitchers for 16 hits, in including
cluding including a pair of home runs by
Charley Neal, in moving to within
two games of the lead. Duke Sm
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nkcher Don Drvsdalft also homer
ed for the Dodgers, who hustled
to a 9-1 lead within four innings
and then added a nine-run burst
in thp eiehth frame
Willie Mays, whose 12th inning
home run crushed the UiDs bun
dav. turned on his Chicago cou
sins" for the second straight day
with a two-run circuit in the third
l innine tnai nroviaeu me
inning, uon Mueuer aiso noraereu
lor the Gianii.
Rnss Kern merer hit his first
maior league home run and scat
tered 12 hits in pitching the Sen Senators
ators Senators to their victory over the
Athletics. Lou Berberet and Faye
Throneberrv also homered for
Washington and Tim Thompson
clouted one ior Kansas City,
The A's Hector Loepi stretch stretch-id
id stretch-id his consecutive game, hitting
streak to 22 games enly three
short e fthe club record.
Isthmian Sports Car
Club Holds Monthly
Business Meeting
Tha Isthmian Snorts Car: Club
held its monthly business meeting
Friday night at the Hotel El Pana
ma's Salon Washington- rresiueni
Bud Weishaar presraea,
pmppeds of the Australian Recr-
ex raUy and the Monte Carlo rally
of 1956 were revealed. They were
turned In hv Fred Wedge, factory
renresentative for Sunbeam, Hill-
man and riumoer ai mowie
Rootes, S.A., Panama City.
The Club't next event will be a
competitive meet Sunday, July 28.
Cars will gamer ai me locumea
cle at 10 a.m. .
The club met lnlormauy lasx
innrtiT for a dav at the beach. The
ears left the home oi u.. uavia
Allen, Albrooit afb, at 10 a.m.
Sports Briefs
PARIS (UP) Den Haan, girl
swimming star from the Nether
lands, equalled her world record
nf two minutes. 52.6 seconds for
the 200 meter backstroke while
winning a race during bunday s
Grand Prix de Paris meet.
Baltimore Colts announced today
that 28' players, most of them
rookies, will report to the club's
training camp at Westminster,
Md., July 25 for preliminary class classroom
room classroom work prior to the officia
opening of training Jcly 29.
(UP) Floyd Patterson sparred
two rounds against Wilson Hanni Hannibal
bal Hannibal and one each against Howie
Turner and Bud Woodhall Sunday
in preparation for his heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight title defense against Tom Tommy
my Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson at the
Polo Grounds July 29.
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XSe. Me.
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National bjague C AB R H Pet.

Musial, St. Louis 82 323 51 111 .344
Aaron, Mil.
Fondy, Pitt.
85 362 67 124 .343
73 299 35 99 .331
77 285,41 91 .319
57 232 26 74 .319
72 281 48 88 .313
73 279 46 87 .312
80 325 58 101 .311
77 297 42 92 .310
82 308 60 95 .308
Moryn, Chicago
Groat, Pitt.
Cimoli, Bkn.
Crowe, unci.
Robinson, Cinci.
Hodges, Bkn.
Mays, N. Y.
American League
Mantle, N. V. 82 271 78
Williams, jSoston 77 262 62
Skowron, N. Y, 76 289 44
Lopei, K. C. 41 208 32
99. 365
94 .359
96 .332
8 .327
Fox. Chicago 83 322 54 105 .326
Bovd. Bait. 80 264 47 86 .326
Minoso, Chicago 83 321 48 102 .318
Malznne. Boston 83 338 39 106 .314
Lemon Wash. 83 316 37 98 .310
McDoueald, N Y. 77 296 53 91 .307

National League
Aaron, Braves 28
Musial, Cards 21
Snider, Dod;;ers 19
Crowe, Reulegs 18
Mathews, Braves 18
American League
Williams, Red Sox 25
Mantle, Yanlcs 24
Sievers, Senators 20
Maxwell, Tigers 18,
Colavilo, Indians 17

Aaron, iBraver
Musial', Cards
Crowe,; Redlegs
Hoak, Redlegs
Mays, Giants
Ennis, Cards
American League
Skowron, Yanks
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks
Werti, Indians
Minoso, White Sox
(Based on I
Schmidt, Cards
Sanford, Phils
Bunning, Tigers
Shantz. Yanks
7 1
Trucks, Athletics
Mossi, lndiant
Miami Fishermen
Competing Here In
Fishing Tournament
A Broun of internationally known
Miami sDorts fisnermen are
the Isthmus takine part in
Panama Rod and Reel Club's
fifth International Marhn and Sail-
fish tournament which began yes
Fishing aboard tne sen witn
Frark Violette are Dr. Grace Hav Hav-erfield.
erfield. Hav-erfield. Jack Mahoney. J. Frank
Baxter and Jack Russel.
Frank Barter's 12 lb. class
world's record sailfish was believ
ed tonDed last month here by
Peter Bunch of Los Angeles but
ha holds another record made in
Panama waters 1 68 lb. smber-
iack in the 20 lb. class caught here
last March.
On the "Soltura" with Ken Mid-
dleton, tournament chairman of
the Rod ana Reel Club, are Mia Mia-mians
mians Mia-mians Ed Corlett Jr., who holds
a world's record for a 92 lb. (30
lb. class) ambenack caught here
in March. Wilb them Chuck Helm-
ley and Dr. C. Richard Robins,
marine scientist, are alone to
gather material fora blook on Pa
nama fishes, and study the marhn
Mr. and Mrs. John Raulerson
are fishing aboard the "Hula,"
while Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chris-
i tianson and D. Simmons, went
jto the fishing grounds on El Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's Pescadora.
I Thest Miamians and some of
j the local entrants will be out fish
ing for ten days or more.
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RECORD-BREAKING FINNS Smashing the worlcl mark for the "metric mile," three Fin Finnish
nish Finnish runners cross the finish line at the end of the 1,500-meter race at Turku, Finland. In a
photo finish, Olavl Salsola (right) finished first in 3:40.?; Ola vl Salonen (left), was second,
also in 3.4C.2; and Ovlal Vuorisalo, third in 3:40.3. All three eclipsed the world 1,500-meter
record of 3:40 6 set on Oct. 2, 1955, by Istvan Roszvolgyi of Hungary. Oddly, all three Finnish
stars bore the same first name. .

Richmond Pace, Form Reversal
By Buffalo Deadlocks IL Race

Yonkers Raceway 'Boycott'
May Make Trotting Next
Federal Anti-Trust Target

NEW YORK (UP) Harness
racing, one of the nation's fastest
srnwine inorts. watched intently
today as a quiet little man with
a fighting glint in his eyes bat battled
tled battled a "boycott" at Yonkers Race Raceway
way Raceway which may make the trotting
sports the next federal antl trust
"This aclon unquestionably Is.
inspired by the U.S. Trotting
Assn.," declared Martin Tanin Tanin-baum,
baum, Tanin-baum, Yonkers president, "nor is
there any question but what the
USTA is basically in violation of
anti-trust laws.
"The USTA is composed of bul
lies and dictators," Tananbaum

on'charged. "Everybody wnp nas

tried to buck this monopolistic
group has been run out oi tne
sport but we will not quit with
a gun at our heads and will de defeat
feat defeat them because of their own
Began Last Spring
The hassle started last spring
when Yonkers attempted to pick
un a three-vear option on a three-
year contract with the Standard Standard-bred
bred Standard-bred Owners Assn., composed of
trotting owners. A new agreement
was reached but. the SOA refused
to approve the decision of its own
One of the reasons was that the
1956 New York Legislature passed
a constrcction rebate dm ior
track, rrvins to exDand.The own
ers demanded that instead of
purses being made up of 35 per
cent of the track's retention of the
nari mutuel betting, they now
should get 45 per cest plus 45
per cent of the construction mon.
Yonkers two weeks ago ob
tained an injunction preventing
the SOA from acting la concert to
withdraw their horses. They were
told, however, by their attorney
that they could withdraw- InOivW'
"Thev didn't think of the -little
owners," Tananbaum e h a r g e s.
"But on Monday all the big own owners
ers owners acting 'individually had
their vans all lined up in a pro
cession and took off.
Invade Small Tracks
"But their own greed has beat
en them." he added. "Instead m
coma to their farms, tneyunvaa-
ed the small tracks and began to
pick up the purses which keep the
little fellows going. So now the
little fellows are -coming here.
"I will venture to predict that
the USTA-will be Investigsted un under
der under the anti-trust laws and found
guilty," Tananbacm asserts. "1?
is a private Ohio' corporation
which has death-grip- a' the
sport It is about time It "was
That it will be seems certain
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because Rep. Emanuel Celler, a
New York Democrat, already has
asked the U.S. attorney general's
office to make an investigation.
Meanwhile; the small owners are
getting a crack at the big purses
and the fans are flocking back.
Hoad Opens Pro
Tennis Career
With A Bang
Lew Hoad opened his pro, tennis
career the way the ocean surf
hits the beaches of his native
Sydney with a bang.
Hoad, earning the first chunk of
the record $125,000 contract be ac accepted
cepted accepted from promoter Jack Kra Kramer
mer Kramer last week, featured Sunday's
play in the Tournament of Cham Champions
pions Champions by whipping Frank Sedg Sedg-man,
man, Sedg-man, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4. It was one of
the most impressive debuts in the
history of the pro game.
Sedgman's game doesn't match
that of Pancho Gonzales, the pro
champion. But Frank, 29, is an
experienced pro and was expect expected
ed expected to give his young Australian
countryman a bitter tussle.
British tennis experts rated
Hoad's 56-minute title triumph at
Wimbledon Jcly 5 as tine of the
finest in the history of that clas
sic. JLew stunned Sedgman and
surprised Kramer by showing the
same booming service and net at attack
tack attack Sunday.
Gonzales, who 'had threatened
not to play in the $10,000 round-
robm toumaent if. Hoad was an
entry, opened his bid for the S2, S2,-300
300 S2,-300 first money by. defeating Tony
Trabert of Cincinnati, Ohio, 6 3,
3-6, ll-, -3.
1st the Satnrday Evening
Post and Reader's Digvst real
life story f Jimmy Piers 11,
Baseball -star, s. yenng man
twisted suid trapped try a
world he never made. TEAR


(NEA Radio-Telephoto)
NEW YORK, July 16 (UP)
A .778 pace over the past 10 days
coupled with an incredible form
reversal by the Buffalo Bisons has
nudged ;tddie Lopat's Kicbmond
Virginians within a skinny per
centage point of the International
League lead.
The first-place Bisons dropped
their seventh straight game last
night while- Richmond, behind the
six-hit pitching of Bob Wiesler,
made it seven victories out of nine
as they trimmed Miami, 6-2,
Ed Blake became the third suc successive
cessive successive Toronto hurler to turn in
a complete game winning perform
ance as he coasted to an 8-6 vie
tory over Buffalo while his Leaf
teammates pounded out 12 hits off
Bison starter-loser Rip Coleman
and Steve Nagy.
Rochester, behind Lynn Loven Loven-guth's
guth's Loven-guth's five-hitter broke a five
game Montreal victory string and
opened their home stand on a
successful .note as It breezed by
the Royals, 7-1.
Havana's Vicente' Amor moved
his season record to 9-10 with a
route-going 7-3 triumph over the
Columbus Jets. Cholly Naranjo,
wno aidn t survive the first ir
ning, was the losing pitcher.
51 40
52 41
50 41
49 45
43 49
41 48
40 51
39 50
Pet.' GB
Yesterday's Results
Richmond 011-1304)00 6130
Miami 011-000-000- 2 62
Bob Wiesler and Harry Chiti;
Bob: Conley, Ray Semproch (5),
Henry Mason (8), Earl Hunsinger
(9) and Clyde McCullough. WP
Wiesler. LP Conley. HR Dan
Schell (Rchd), Chiti (Rchd).
Buffalo 021-030400-691
Toronto 120-100-40X 8-12 1
Coleman, Nagy (7) and Noble;
Blake and Roselli. LP Coleman.
HR Easter.
Columbus 000-200-001 3101
Havana 330-100-OOx 7100
Naranjo, O'Donnel (1) and Kra Kra-vitz;
vitz; Kra-vitz; Amor and Izquierdo. LP
Naranjo. HR Powers.
Montreal 000-000-010152
Rochester 010-220-02X 7-l5y-2
Valdez, McMinn (5), Page (8)
and Pignatano; Lvenguthsnd D.
Ricketts. LP Valdez. HRs Bur Burgess,
gess, Burgess, Mozalli.
Bayer Credifr Kroll
For His Vicldiy
In. Canadian Open
krr-C; lTt I? E K OntTJP) OntTJP)-Mighty
Mighty OntTJP)-Mighty George. Bayer, golfs big big-pest
pest big-pest hitter: sives Ted Kroll a
Ufge she of the credit1 for his
maiden victory-Saturday in the
Canadian Open championship.
"It was his help with my irons
'that has' helped me. more than
anything,' .Bayer said, referring
to some instmction. Kroll offered
the; golfing goliath t the Carling
Open st Flint Mich. four weeks
ago, :
Bayer. six-foot-five, 240-pound-
er who played-pra football briefly
with the. Washington Redskins,
finished rwd strokes in front of
graying. Bo' Wininger with a 72 72-hole
hole 72-hole scores of 271. Wininger, the
Odessa. Tex., -pro making his
best-' shewing, in more thsn a
year, fired a six-trader -pir 65 that
left him just short of ; Bayer.
It -was the" best round of the
dsy -over the 6,VM-yard, par 35-36
71 Westmount course and Winin
ger nearly pulled off a sensationsl
imaM PlaviDf foor throines
'ahead of Bayer, Doug Ford and
Frank stranahan,' wunnger was
six strokes behind' Bayer entering
the 'final round with 202. He was
three under ior the .treat nine.


w l fct.
48 35 .578
47 35 .573
47 37 .560
St. lam
New Ynrlr
45 .36
46 38
39 44
30 54 .357 18V4
27 50 .351 18
Today's Games
St. Louis rat Brooklyn (N)
Cincinnati at NeW York (N)
Milwaukee at Philadelphia ( N)
Chicago at Pittsburgh CN)
Yesterday's Results
St. Louis 000 100 0102 5 0
Philadelphia 024 OOO-DOx 6 l
Mizell (3-7). Wchmeier anH T an.
drith. i
Sanford (12-2) and Lonnett.
003 000 0003 10
013 000 01X 5 7
New York
Elstoii (2-2). .Poholskv. Little-
field and Silvera, Neeman.
Antonelli (S-7), Worthington and
Henrich Feels

Can Carry 'Superstitious
Nonsense' A Bit Too Far

NEW YORK (UP) Fearless
Fraley s facts and figures: Tom
my Henrtch, now a coach with
the New York Giants, feels that
ball players can carry this su
perstitious nonsense" about keep
mg mum during the progress of
a no-hit game a bit too far.
To back up hit assertion, Tom
my recalls a game be played at
ZanesVille. Ohio, while he was
working bis way-up through the
minor leagues.
"Bill Zuber. who later pitched
for the Yankees and Indians, was
pitching for u and it seemed like
there were men on base in every
inning." he remembers. "I didn t
pay much attention, but they all
got there through walks or errors.
But I didn't realize this because
no.ody even mentioned that Zu Zuber
ber Zuber hadn't given up a hit."
Tries for Shoestring
So, with two out in the ninth,
a drive was hit to Henrich in the
outfield and with his club sport sporting
ing sporting a 3-0 lead he decided that the
smart baseball thing was to let
it bounce in front of him and take
it on the big hop. 'Suddenly, with
the spirit which made him a big
leaguer. Tommy decided to' try


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New York 54- 28 -.659
Chicago 51, 31 .622-' a
Boston '44 40 .524
Cleveland 43 40 .518 UVi
Detroit 42 42- .506 'J2V4
Baltimore 39 43 ,476 ,15
Kansas City 31 51';378 2
Washington 28 5eV'326 2S
New York at Detroit fa)
Baltimore si Chicago- N) ',v
Washington at Cleveland t$fW
Boston at Kansas CityN);C
Washington 030 104 lltflO Jf si
Kansas City Oil 001 000 3
Kemmerer (3-6) and Berberet.
Burnette (5-6), Cox, McDermott
ami Thompson, -Only
game scheduled.
(Night Game)
Milwaukee 010 ooi no 4 l
Brooklyn 113 400 29X-20 16 1
Trowbridge (3-2), Johnson, Jol Jol-ly,
ly, Jol-ly, Phillips and Sawatski.
Drysdale (7-6), Roebuck and
Only games scheduled.
Ball Players
for a shoestring catch and just
made it. When he got into the
clubhouse he was asked:
' "Aren't you going to give Zuber
the ball?"
"If the ball' on a shutout game
means that much to him," Tom Tommy
my Tommy nodded, "sure he can have
"Shutout?" said his horrified
teammate, "Zuber just pitched a
no-hitter' and that ttt. fir.
time Henrich realized his shoe
string catch was so important.
A Jackson Backer
Veteran trainer Whiter Rim.
stein i; one of t hescftered few
who think: that Hurricane Jackson
can defeat Floyd Patterson when
thev meet or the heavvwaisht
championship at the Polo Grounds
on juiy z.
"Jackson will be in such good
shane that' he can rnaku a Marin
pace for 5 rounds," Bimstein ar argues.
gues. argues. "He'll have more stamina
than Patterson and win that way.
ne i aciuauy a cross netween the
Kwarminff. tana minrhino- Hrf
Greb and "Slapsie" Maxie Rosen Rosen-bloom."
bloom." Rosen-bloom." Th difference i of
that Greb and Rosenbloom both
were light-heevies-and Patterson
is a valid, crunching heavyweight.
Also that Bimstein i Jarlrmn'.
trainer, which probably weighs in
the analysis, too.

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WEtoDJNtf 'DAYleVeJand Indians'' pitcher Kerb score' an$
his bflfceltlw, formeraftiy MtiN&mara, smile after their mar--riae'StMarkVcatholic
Cijurcri1, Boynton Beach Fla Tft
OutpaVs right eye'ihovedi' no signs ol .theiajury he recevea
whn"bfeiwfts hit by line Wive in agame" with he Yankees-
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' U fntatic, impossible dream had cme true for the; tall

lanky, colored girl from the tennu santuois in uariem. one ao
Umi urnr h women's alnrlex chamDlonshin at Sacroscant W'm-

bled'on and now a beaming;, gracious queen wasongratulat1"

has learned to hit ai tennis ball better than any other gui in the
W9rtd tpday and orf the basis tft her supreme talents ihe is. a'c,
cepe4;,inywhere;the ,gaine, is played., j.. ,fW?5.
t'MS!fwiti"Vi'4tri rfirii imfr''tn nTimot.A hflrmonloua racial' rela

tions than any other agency known to the' Unite mind, it is not
necessary ,to look far lor aii explanation SportSi either' through

chanceor good sense, never got Itself fouled up with, pressure

groups and unscrupulous ; politicians, the .snameiess impostors

sports. .Vr.klng on Us Own, sports has, in th. net, done a good

jon,, lonesjt na sincere- at -most instances, too, ano, gust as ini'

fEcdhtfmjcTTii ; Well s"s9i;ioio:b;ai factors help to accdunt

for the.iaet that until a few day ar no Nerre had ever won a

classic. tennis championship," And this much mast, be conceded
. .the 'very first Negro tennis player to establish ,a right to
championship consideration: had no troub le receiving recognition.
" f-7h -tis case," it:nappcne'd"ta be a' girl.and while Althea. had

ner orednv .come true in lingianu, ici it xemcuiDcrea tnat ens s
no stranger at the. Forest bills Club, where the broad A, the lift lifted
ed lifted pjnky and the. patrician snub, match, if not surpass, their

snobbish .Winwieqon. counterparts.-

: NEW YORK. July 16, (UP)

Gene Sarazen, an all-time golfing
greav announced today he hau
witharawn from tomorrow's
PGA tournament at Dayton. Ohio,'

and then teed off critically on. that

tourney. ' t L,
v Sarazen, one of three men ever
ta win tne Bruisn and U.a. Opens
in the same year, called the new
system oi periniiking losers to con continue
tinue continue competing for places in the

ViiA tourney vuueriy ridiculous.
He said tno tourney now 'has
become like a seniors' champion-

auued. "It OteaKs down au une wuriB,ewuB
tradition- of me i PGA cbampiou- Carrington Canadians

snip, where the, only. -object is to smooui-rareaes ars
win the title." I v;ii.w miuI t.

.Rainbow Mixtd ttflu

Teams 1 1
Boyd Brothers Insur.
Pan-American flippers
Ebonite Tornadoes -Royal
Crown- Colas -

C.A.'; Higli Contractor.

ed-the limt light were. Bobby
Prince' 588. Howard Hill 516. Eva

Won Lett Hill 532, Diane Lindqmst 538, Kay
716 8 Galbat 509, J. C. Ross 506 and Lu-
13V4 10V4 cy Ross 500. v-
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win the' title,

He suggested that the PGA
cbampionsiiips should be. convert
cu to meaal play, instead

of the current mttcn-piay system,

Tbev Rainbow Mixed League' liv

ed up to its title Sunday night at
the Albrook Bowlerdrome whin
the teams and their standings were

Santa Cruz Sports
'' f t

all' mixed im fcnd there was a pet

nf onlrl of tnn n1 rif lrtnv rim- Phiii-V "rtivAini'n- M

k;.",!T!T! ".S.a b05 ores ? Front Square I (Tsppy Bug) 3,

........ j-.-j "-- ; ewi' i:i arKS were set m ine iiiku r ronc hciuarn ii i pacnecosi 3

Apparently 'the tnew 1 "consols "consols-tion
tion "consols-tion speci of the 1957: tourney
were the straws that broke farmer
Saruzcui t' OaeK. he was very bit bitter
ter bitter about Lie situation; when he
motored intq tne city ? from i his

I arm -iBiacK

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categories and hew team marks I Dust Bowlj1 the' 1 Church Square

Boyd Brothers -insurance ( cnam- ( Vancouver J boy a- scored a 32-24
pionship pa'-e suffered a severetwin over parallel- (Enrol Alexis)

jolt nvnen ,tnri smooin -v-ampgwntmaKing u lour straight victories

with no defeats.; .Karauer had lost

a 7 -18 decisions with; Butcher s
Dust Bowl in its last appearance.

"li"8-. fDyoo?y wanu game, for bolh-thfl ladies and gents Dist (Bowl (E'vin-Butcher) l
it; but dont eaU it a. champion- W1th and without handicap, newl Parallel (Errol AleKis) 0
8fl'P- ) T I marks for the.ftigh, series in all following 27-6-.vlclory ov

Canadians' dealt the- Insurors a, 3

to l setbacks The first game was
h nnlv nno that pnllld he termed

lack Angus dattle and close and the B B signed this one- s, Bent led the-victory attack with
Germantown, ,N.Y. f up by 23 pins, .This awakened thef 14 point 'and E, Walters scored

Canadians when they toasted tne' jo points for the losersr 1

second came with, a 140 margin,! Front Square 1 assumed second

and the third by 132, and total pins place a 12-8 victory over Dust

by m, i .r .; i i j JBowI. lElvingi. Butcher).. Although
e"' rA-."i. 0''iV?:r.;:;-'vJCarehscored'JaU..eight'!:point8 for

The Carrlhgtbns lineup boastej rth Dust Bowl quintet, R.- Hudson

Utterly Rldicdloot

"It's utterly ridiculous, for the

PGA to.maKe this consolation

type1 change in the pattern ot-tne
championship," said the man who
won the PGA title -35 years ago,
at the-ass of 20. He wore knickers

in that tourney and. he suh' wears

them joa. the iinxs, i i
: Vine chanae thev should -have

mad.r was to medal play," he con. I

tinued. -' Match play, has' become

antiQuated in these days of tele

vision, when the nation's fans With. and without handicap,

want to see, tne. dramatics oi jne

last couple of holeSr-on their

screens. The grand finishes 'of
Dick' Waver and Cary, Middlecorf

in the recent U.S. Open, gave the

sport a tremendous impetus ove
television." y -mhi'i v-i -v.i

three who had: better than net 5,00
series Mine Moore 547,' Luther

MUler. 5QQ and .Berate Harman si.
For the league leaders only -one
crashed the 5W circle and thai Was
a member of the; fair- sex, Erna
Foster with a net 509. Mrs. Moore's
series, put her oft top for the la-
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xV'Myi lt;,y''!:Alalty,Iihe Key

' The Harlem girl has certainly faced no handicaps In recent

years on the; contrary, she probably wouldn't be. where' she i

toaay jf it weren't ior tne loint consiaerations or the tennis fa

therS nci' the State Department. .Thanks to an extensive good
wlll 'tour-abroad, she' played a great deal of tennis and her
came developed in proportion to the time she devoted to it. She

should be a top heavy favorite "to add the UJS. title to her wim-

Dieqorrtropny f or me most cnerisnea aouoie tennis,

Geflf 4ow remains the only; major sport In which the Negro
has jnot distinpished 1 himself i ; Here itgaln the economic factor
bulges larger Two or three. Negroes usually qualify for the Na

tion'il -Open each year. Yon don't hear mneh about them be

eaose they seldom -do jvull. Ted Rhodes, Bill Spiller and Howard

setter ; are better tnan- green Bands but are far. from cham
ptonshlp threats. .. V'" ; if. ;v

All-sWegro golfer hax to'4o to win' the National Open is
prove that he's good ennughv. We aren't naive enough to believe

that the golf fathers and country clubbers or America can hard
lr wiili for..the day to dawn, nevertheless the fact Is no eligible

Megro has ever been denied a shot at the Open. If he scores low

enouehHa4 Qualify he's in. The same simple key that opened the

majestic gatsf Wimbledon for the Harlem glrria'aykflable to

anvTJftn';hn nlav In th rtDSn. Ahllltv .- -.t. 4 !.

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' Jim. Crew and Golf

Before'eome reader beats us to It, we admit golf's history
In the field Of tolerance'!' hot 'wholly without blemish. Several

years ago th. Proiessional Goners Assn. refused to permit spit spit-ier
ier spit-ier to play because of hie color.- u ., : - ;

Onr memory is that this was the San Diere Opea and alee

that Joe Louis, the prise Tenter', iuhmltted hia credentials at the

- same time,: As an amateur. Louis' eatrr was accepted. But SpH

Ier was a pr and we were 4o learn for the first time that the

TGK had a rule which stipulated that ts membership must be

restricted te the "Caucasian; .Only. EGA cUglbles eouM
eowpleU the tournament. Not being a Caucasian, Spiller was

cfcpicueus'y ineligible.. nr,' tJL' ,'. i '.

" We nndeistand the PGA got rid of that requirement real

ouick: The PGA and the csga; of 'course: ar two entirely du

ferest breeds of cats. The USOA Is the parent body of golf, the
Presiding- elders. They've ne.ver.ha say rules -relating to race
or color. If I. Fred Muggs can break par he'll be as welcome as,
ay.: Sam Sneadi As bo? off ice, probably even more welcome.
Imagine J. Fred playing aii errant iron shot out of a bird's nest

m a towering mapie.

CbMMlho JU5lriW!
Hfihf for yo mnd tt s
smoothest sKovos
Ja H rho time. ; ,r

Gene said he was r certain that

if a poll of PGA i playerswas

taken., the ballots, woulo be heavi

ly ia favor of -changing the PGA
cnampionship from match play to
mvHol M aairi ha knew that men

like- Middiecotr, if en. uogan ana.

Byron Nelson, dislike match. play.
. Incidentally.' Hogan. Sarazen

and iBobby Jones were the onl

three to win the U.S. and Britisl
Opens in the sanie years.,
'Kew PGA' F.eremat

The new format of. the .PGA

championship, wmcn barazen crit

icizes, has the tourney running asl

follows: -rv-v- -T !;
On Wednesday. 128, are sched

uled to tee off 4or 18 holes of
match play at the Miami Country
Club, Dayton,' with .Jack Burke
Jr. as. defending champion. The

64 survivors will play 18 holes
Thursday., And there will be four

lS-hole matches la tne quarter
finals: Friday v!.

But on Saturday, there Y ba
not only the two M-hole semi-final
matches;, hut also r two 18-hele
matches between the losers of the

ouarter-finals on Fridav.....'

And on Sunday, there, will, be
one 36-hoie final match between

the semi-final winners to determine

mine first and second places, and,
also one 18-hole match1 between
the losers in the semi-finals of
Saturday to determine third and

fourth places.; .' ;
r'Also on Sunday' there "will be
two 18-hole matchesr (1) Between

the "Quarter-finalists winning

their : 18 hoic matches on Satur-

urday," and (2) "Between the los

ers" to t determine fifth,; sixth.

seventh and eighth places.

The Ebonite Tornadoes muffed

tk golden opportunity to gain- on'

the pace: setters wnen tney too
took it on the chin 3 to 1, from
the up and coming C. A. High con contractors.
tractors. contractors. All four points were close closely
ly closely contested. The contractors deliv delivered
ered delivered enough pins, to secure the
first game, by 25 pins, the third
byi 17 pins, and TP's by 27. Only
'ui the second set did, the Ebonites
come, through byUs. Fofihe, Ebo Ebonites
nites Ebonites only Joe "SoMy" : Sullivan
gained entrance to the 500 circle,
whereas for C. A. High, high, man.
just made the entrance in .. the

person of Jonn rioiiiM-wiin an ev

en HIV: ,-.-V.Vt-

and scattering over- 4500 pins be

tween them, could not aetermine
a' winner and setted for a stand
off after the nights tun, with twoj

points each, it was a oowierene
that- captured -the scoring honors
in this aplit, Bowlerette Kitty- Gal-

lahair posted a' gem of 531 for the

jewelers. .. : .. -.

The Royal Crown Cola' sippers
and the Panamerican Clippers put

on the, best sbowini at tne uowier-

drome. The first game was all

tied up. with 880. This spurred the
r.linneri tn treat heitfht when

they registered an outstanding 833
game; but they apparently could

not siana up-uie. Digit aiuiuue dc dc-cause.
cause. dc-cause. they came down to the 814
level, which- was not high enough
because Royal Crown: was sipping

away to an 869 game, i

The one half point naa. maae
t big. difference, because' it puts
the P A. A clipper m second place
by the Vi game whereas the W
point puts the R C Colas into fourth
place by the -same half point. Out
of six keglers and four kegleret
tes, only two keglers failed to hit
the net 500 series.,.: r ".' "Z""
George Oarke entered the.' su super
per super duper realm with a net 608,
posting the highest series with and
without handicap. Others who shar-

wax nrnminenl in all 1 the nlavx

recoverinc the ball when lost and

setting up baskets for Carew. Phil

lips ncr marDer. snarea honors on
the'Tappy Bug- team each, scpring
three points In the victory.
.Any' 12 men who like to play
Volleyball will obtain permission
to use the gym floor whenever they
so request. How about you?
The same may be said about
those-people, who choose to play
basketball. ,.;,;--' i
One paragraph to our commu community
nity community civic workers. Our Five-Footer!
Basketball League has com completed.
pleted. completed. Its first: round of play ...
VVhatr still no volunteers of offer
award program to insure better
service. among its employes.
I'm sure you'd much rather see
your, kids throwing 'a basketball in
the gym than hanging around the
streets' creating disturbances or
something that is much) worse.
How about reconsidering that

point. ; :", ,v ':,

Mii. :yawkiertitA;iSmoothi2iA small notecctMUki our

Paredes Auto men after knocking rT"ie'rf:i tu1!'.u!i

Scorers: G. Weeks. Charles

Welsh, and B- Codrington.

Timers: N. Trulck, D. Peterkin,
L. McFarlane, and Butt.
Coaches: C. Holder, R. Sealey

w. warreo, 1 pyer, and Gv Jack Jack-son.
son. Jack-son. '- .-"-
Advisors: H. Warren, G. Whit Whit-taker,
taker, Whit-taker, P. Malcolm, L Paschal, and

W. retergin. .-!,

Referees: D. Sobers and A. Pe
terkin. v ;..
Stan The Man Again

NL Hitters

, BROOKLYN, July 1-(TJP)
That man was leading -. the
National League hitters again
today. '. . ...
Stan (The Man) Musial of
the St. Louis Cardinals regain regained
ed regained the ton spot last nlrht. col

lecting -one hit in two official
at-bats against Philadelphia's

Jack- Sanford to raise his bat:

tinr average te 444.

-- Hank' Aaron of the Milwau

kee Braves dropped to second

place with a Mi mark. He

went hitless in five appearanc

es against the Dodgers.


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Slat and Aquiline d la Gur Gur-U
U Gur-U St. Phon. 3-1293.
FOR RENT: rii rii-4nc.
4nc. rii-4nc. completely furnished, 2
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naid'i room with bath, spacious
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PaitilU. Phono 3-4522.
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Baldwin' furnished, apartments
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Smith, Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS Oeoanslde Cottage
Santa Clara. Bex 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phono Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Beach house. One -mile oast Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa. 1866.
FOR RENT: Furnished small
room with independent service
and entrance, for single person.
Chile Ave. and 38th St. No.
S8-04 Panama.
Rebel Bombings Mar
Political Invasion
Of Eastern Cuba
SANTIAGO, Cuba, July 16
(UP) Scattered rebel bombing bombing-attacks
attacks bombing-attacks throughout the Santia Santiago
go Santiago area marred the Rovernment's
second political "Invasion" of
rebel territory at nearby Chlvl Chlvl-rieo
rieo Chlvl-rieo Sunday,
" Rep. Rafael DJai: Balart led
the government speakers In de denouncing
nouncing denouncing rebel leader Fidel Cas Castro
tro Castro and former President Carlos
Prio socarras as "thieves and
A crowd f 1,500 attended,
lured principally by a govern government
ment government plan to give land to squat squatters
ters squatters and by toys distributed to
Rebel terrorists bombed a dry dry-goods
goods dry-goods store here Sunday. One
fireman waa Injured by flying
A police. "Officer-was wounded
In nearby Nlquero as he tried to
halt sWtruck. believed carrying
foodstuffs to jthe rebels, police
also repotted ''five rebels stole
two Jeeps and; a station wagon
at ManzanlHo.
Sen. Rolando Mansierrer ana
Virnt.hW. Tfikl, vlnd for SUTTOOrt
for the "government In Chlvlrlco
by nanatng--iout toys ana snoes
Jto children 'and -presenting the
Jtown -with -materials for three
ne-roo.ljrefabrlcated school
Government officials also reg registered
istered registered so-called squatters under
the previously announced plan
to give them "title" to the land
ihey occupy. However, observers
said the "titles" were being Is Issued
sued Issued without legal authority.
4 Girls Drown
Trying To Save
5th Near Tokyo
' 'TOKYO. July 16 (UP)-Five girls
aged $ to 8 drowned in the Akina
River yesterday when four of
them ran into the water to rescue
the fifth.
A fisherman discovered the
bodies last night near the village
of Setouchi in southern Japan.
Police said one of the children
fell jnto the water and the others
raeod in to try to pull her out.
Benevolent Group
Meeting Thursday
The Christian Benevolent Socie Society
ty Society will hold a special program and
rBy Thursdav in the church hall.
, the United Sabbath Day Adventist
builduig. 21st St.. Guachapali.

The program originally was
- scheduled (or Jane .2, but bad to
le postponed. The affair will be

gin at 7:30 p.m.
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Located in "La Joya" Building
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Brownie Camp ;
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Mrs. Vera Davison. Ctmn ni-
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nle Day Camp, met wtlh her a-
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mittee committee last week at the camp
site In BWg 95, at Ft. Clayton.
A nam was chosen for the
camp. Everyone heartily agreed
that Camp Pan-Am would be
loeal, since the theme to be car carried
ried carried out through the 5 days
will be on and about Panama.
Many projects In arts and
crafts, a one day cook-out, for
the whole camp, learning the
native songs and dances of Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, and the showing of movies
are but a few of the activities
The committee members are
as follows: Unit Leaders, Mrs.
E. O. Hoolcraf t Mrs. R. C. Abra Abraham,
ham, Abraham, Mrs. Ruth Denton, and
Mrs. Mary Boyd. Councilors,
del Eggleston, Virginia Maul Maul-din,
din, Maul-din, Martha Miller, Maxlne Bag Bag-gett,
gett, Bag-gett, Marvll Davison, and Mary
Ann Bowen. Nurses, Mrs. Jeanne
C. Bay, and Mrs. H. R. Eder. 1
flv DpAVTiIm ffftt. Tftflriv fA S. l t
days of fun, all for you, at your
Camp Pan-Am.
Soviet Leaders Face
Citizen's Demands
For Freedom-Dulles
KAirtarv nf State John Fos
ter ulles said today he sees no
absolute obstruction to continu continued
ed continued disarmament negotiations
with Russia despite recent So Soviet
viet Soviet attacks on U.S. proposals.
Dulles also told a news con conference
ference conference that Russian leaders are
facine demands of Soviet citiz
ens for greater personal free-!
dom and security. He inaicatea
this was the chief reason for the I
recent Kremlin shake-up. j
Dulles said the Kremlin lead leader
er leader appear to be perplexed by)
the trend toward greater free-;
Dulles disclosed that United!
States is considering some sys-
tem for stockpiling atomic weap weapons
ons weapons which would be made avail-1
able to North Atlantic Treaty j
partners In case of war. But he.
said no final conclusion on that
has been reached yet and prob- i
ably cannot be until outcome of
the London disarmament talks'
is known.
Strike Halts
At Oak Ridge
OAK RIDGE. Tenn.. July IS
(UP ) A carpenters' union strike
baited all construction work at
the Atomic Energy Commission
plants here today but did not
affect production workers.
A commission spokesman said
only miscellaneous 'cxmstrvctioa
projects at all three plants were
The strike apparently started
Wednesday whea 5s carpenters
talked off the job and later were
joined by 72 millwrights. Some 400
rtwmroctioa woraets refused to1
cross a picket line that was
termed today.

BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 2S "B" Street o MORRIBON 4th of July Ave. A, J St LEWIS SEBVICF-Av. TivoU No o FaBMACIA tSlADOS UNIOOS U Cente.l AvO.
FARMAC1A LUX 164 Central Avenue e HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE Fo. de ( Ossa Ave.Ne.41 O JOTO!OMY--Juio Arosemeii. Aye and 3J StJ FARMACI A
VAN-OER-JIS 6S Street No. 63 F ARM A CIA tX BATUBRO Farque Lefevre I Street FARMAC1A "fiAS-'Vta PerrasUl .. NOVEPADES ATH1S Beside
the BcUe Vista Theatre. s :,.,,-, ,. y . i, V A !' vt j i.J

FOR SALE -1 952 Buiek 4-door
Special, clean. Balboa 1777.
FOR SALE: 1949 Olds 2-door,
4 new ws tires, duty paid. Call
Balboa 2-1397. Must sell.
FOR SALE: 1953 Bel Air 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, power glide, perfect me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition, 2-4432.
FOR SALE: 1957 Mercury
Monterrey 4-door, two-tone,
wsw, radio, etc., 6000 miles,
$2700. Will accept older car on
trade. Phone Cristobal 1 234.
FOR SALE: 1942 Packard.
Must sell, leaving Isthmus. 12th
St., Rio Abajo No. 25.' Price
$125. Allen.
Oldsmobile Starfire Convertible.
Full power equipment, wwall
tires, excellent condition $1795.
Cash discount. Can be financed.
Can be seen at Anton 0432-1, or
call Balboa 2-4135 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1 955 Chevrolet Bet
Air 2-door V-8, powerglide. Fur Further
ther Further details call Balboa -2-4240.
FOR SALE: 1947 Buick, radio,
new 6-ply tires, new clutch,
transmission, rear end mechani mechanically
cally mechanically perfect. Phone Balboa 3 1 69
after 4:30. 885 Morgan.
FOR SALE: '56 Ford V8 4-dr.
Custemline. Low mileage. Call
5-308, Gatun.
Packers Shippers Movers
PheMS 2-2451 2 j2562
Learn Riding at
Riding 6 Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phono 2-2451
or by appointment.
General Agent
Gibraltar tile Ins. Co.
for rates an taforffiatlon
TeL Panama 2-0533
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, callous callous-em,
em, callous-em, bicrown toe nails, foot mas mas-sase,
sase, mas-sase, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S"
J, Arosemena Ave. XJ-48
Tel. J-2217
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
Across El Banco Na clonal
Seven Polish
Fishermen Seek
British Asylum
NEWCASTLE, England.-July 1(
(UP)-Seven Polish fishermen
walked into a police station here
today and asked for political asy asylum.
lum. asylum. The seven deserted their boat
three days ego when it put Into
the Tyne River to eetpe Aortb
Sea storms. Polish refugees here
hd them rntil the weather
Cleared and their ship sailed.
All were to be sent to Brixton
prison in London to await a de de-cisMn
cisMn de-cisMn by the Home Office on their

Miscellaneous I

FOR SALE: Portable 5 kw. 120 I
v. 60 cycle electric power plant,"
gasoline, complete with1 starter
and battery, never used: $550:
Call 3-1039. t
FOR SALE: GE automatic wash washing
ing washing machine and matching, dry dryer.
er. dryer. Can be seen at Apt. 316-A,
Albrook, or call 86-2210.
FOR SALE,v Bargain at France
Field; Phone: 705: Baby Grand
Piano, excellent tone. Sacrificing.
FOR SALE:- New adding ma machine,
chine, machine, two-wheel trailer, power
saw, deep freezer, typewriter, -radios,
record player, desk and
chair, many other misc items.
See and make offer. 885 Mor Morgan.
gan. Morgan. Phone Balboa 3169 after
FOR SALE: 60-cycfo Laundro Laundromat
mat Laundromat and refrigerator', chest of
drawers, Quarter Master table,
other items. Call Panama 2-0599.
Apartment 26, 13-15 CHe Re Re-chet.
chet. Re-chet. i
Premium' C
CEDAR RAPIDS, Idwa, July' 16
(UP) Richard Kossina, 28, gave
a new twist to an old pratice,
according tc police. Charged With
operating a still, Kossina alibied r
I made the stuff to mix with gas gasoline
oline gasoline for my outboard motor."-



REMINDER ON THE ROCK-Thls Is an artist's drawing of
the Filipino-American Memorial to be constructed on Corregi Corregi-dor
dor Corregi-dor at a cost of $6,000)00, Adopted by thev National Shrines
Commission, it consists chiefly of two towering horn-like slabs
representing the rising Filipinos and Americans to battle for.

common cause. About 250 feet

' spanning si custance oi ooo leet, the. memorial will, be
fl1 Topside, the highest porUon of "The Kodt" overlooking
Manila Bky ...


I CATCH AS CATCH CAN Wondering If Hs worthwhile
continuing when the fish simply von't. bite,'-disheartened
Clean Leintz, (, ponders his lack df luck during a rodeo in
Leavenworth. Kans. Watch" is Johnny Rabe, I. with 30.

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Automatic washing
, machine, 60-cyde, porcelain
.throughout, $150. Call 2-6306.
FOR SALE: Mahogany living,
room set, coffee- table .'(glass
top I. 'couch, dining table, fourt
' chairstx porch furniture, -Singer
sewing.- machine, refrigerator, a
badteom furniture, miscellane-
eus. Lowest prices.' f Telephone ;
3-1857 Sunday J 0-5 7 o'clock,,
weekdays 5-9 p.m.
FOR SALE : 2- baby's play pen
one with pad, one without. Call
' Balboa 3239,
'Hell Qn Wlieels'
Division Marks
1 7th Birthday
July' J5 (UP )J-The Unite-' Statist
zna Armorea jjivibiuu, ,iui u u-visional
visional u-visional command of the late Gen.
Georce J.S; Patton Jr., celebrated
its lTttt birthday today,
r .
The "Hell on Weels"; division!
was created-in 1940 and fought in1
North Africa, Sicily,, mormanay,'
northern France and central' Eu-

rope. It was the .first Amencan'of the American Society of Civil

unit to march into Berlin for oc
cupation after World War ill.'
high and with the tips of the



sated at Mercado El Ray, off era '.
efficient filling of prescriptions
and home delivery service. Phone s
ATTENTION: Gamboa Residents 4
TV Service calls on TUES-
DAYS ONLY $6.50. Las Cum--bres
residents en THURSDAYS
ONLY $6.50. Fort Kebbe called
- $5.50. Local area calls continue
at $3.50,. Phone U.S. Television
Panama 2-4616.
S -minute car wash $1, steam
, cleaning .of motor $5, waxing of
cars $5. Auto-BsAo, Trans-lsth-,
mian Highway near Sears.
Engineers Will Get
Highway Conference
Briefing On Friday
A special briefing on s the com-
lng Pan American Highway Con
cress and explorations for the road
route through Panama's .- Darien
jungle region will be -heard j by
Canal Zone, and Panama members
Engineers ai meir regular juiy
meeting Friday evening at the Ti
voli Guest House. j 1
Minister of Public Works Rober Roberto
to Roberto Lopez Fabrega, chairman for
the Highway Congress organizing
committee, will discuss prepara preparations
tions preparations for the-August road oonfer-
ence. Special emphasis will be on
the technical aspects of the Pan
American Highway Programi
Fabrega, a well-known structur structural
al structural engineer, is a graduate of the
State University of Iowa, and a
professor on the faculty of the ,Ar
chitecture and Engineering School
of the University of Panama.
Accompanying the Minister : will
be members of the organizing
committee staff who have been at
work for the past six- months lay-
Jing the foundatipns-for the hjmi-
spnere s most import m nignway
The minister will also summar
ize the findings of the Darien sub
committee which has studied the
unfinished road sector between Pa
nama and Colombia.
All ASCE members are urged to
attend. The meeting will be held
in the Fern Room at 7 30 p.m.
Refreshments will be .. served" fol following
lowing following the meeting. ',-.- ,
Red Pigs Thrive
LONDON July 18 (UP) -Radio
Peiping today reported the, pig
population of Communist China
China has reached the record
total of 103 million.

. 1953.-'PLYIOUTH,;4-door, 2-to'iie.-;-. .$ 975.00
' 1954 FORD, Customline, 2-door Radio... 1250.00
1952 BUICK Hard fop, a-tonc, Radio 800.00 J t J

1953 FORD, Customline, 2-door, Radio . . 975.00 r,
, 1950 PONTIAQ Hard fop, Radio, 2-tone. . 450.00:
1955 FORD, 2-door, Radio .' .... ....... 1650.00 v

1956 MERCURY, Montclair, 2-tone,- Radio

(Merc.) ", ; ; ... I ..... 'f 2475.00wl I
v ta949; F01W;;2oor,-'Radio i' f ... 250.00 i-

t 1951 NASH, Station Wagon Rambler.

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"I '.' PANAMA 2-0625 ; IaUTO ROW V I COLONV445 '' I
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WANTED :-t-Topnotch TV tech
icim .. Must ..have Panama and
Canal Zone commercial drivers J
licenses. Do not apply uoiess you
have a minimum of one yeartel-j
evision experience. Phone Pana Panama
ma Panama 2-4616 for interview. A-t.A.
Boats b Motors
: FOR SALE.--35' launch, 60-hp.
' Redwing beat, 616 Diablo.' See
f. Dockmaster or Red.
Burned Collie
Set Afire By Boys
May Live Anyway
CHARLESTON, W. Va., July 16
(UP) Frisky is a 5-year-old
collie who refused to die.
He fell .victim, to a cruel prank
by neighborhood boys. They
poured turnenttne on his glossv
coat and set it afire. The dog be
came a running ball of fire.
On4K ir fainted at the sight
Another became so frightened she
couian t move, t ;
yfb&i no one came to help him,
Frisky- headed -! for the Kanawha
River and, plunged, in. For hearlr
36 "hours, nothing was .seen or
heard of the dog.
I Frisky s m a sters, Lore Jackson
Jr.. 13, and his brother Neil. 11.'
were away tt camp and .knew
nothing about the incident. Just as
they wers' about to be told thei J
pet was dead, Frisky came limp
: The boys' mother rushed the
bady burned animal to a veter veterinarian.
inarian. veterinarian. The vet said today he be
lieves Frisky will live.
James Cox,
: ; PAXTON, Qhio, July. 16 (UP )-
james m. wuu aiosc iiuiu a
country school teacher to be news newspaper',
paper', newspaper', publisher, governor : and
Democratic candidate for Presi President
dent President in 1920, died at his home
here last night.
He was 87.
On the 1920 ticket with Cox was
vice presidential candidate Frank
lin D. Roosevelt, at tnat time As Assistant
sistant Assistant Secretary of the Navy' and
who later was elected Pressident
four times. ; v '
Cox, Ohio's first, three time
Democratic Governor, won his par party's
ty's party's nomination for the presidency
on the 44th ballot in the 1920 San
Francisco convention after a heat heated
ed heated contest, against U.S. Attorney
General A.' Mitchell Palmer and
Senator William G. jMcAdoo.
The Governor, as Cox was af-
. 1 fectiopetely known, served two


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, New, Soanisl) course ror Inflish
J speakins. peopla at University of
. Panama from July 22 to SeptCm- .
ber 5. Classes intmornini hours
Menaayi Wednesd'ay and Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Beginners, 8:30; intermedi
, ate,. 9:30; adfvanced, 10:30 a.m,
' Eirrph'asis on conversation. Regis
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AUTO BANO DRIVI-IN, Trans Trans-Isthmian
Isthmian Trans-Isthmian Hishway near Sears,
Best hamburgers in town ( ehick ehick-enbunjers
enbunjers ehick-enbunjers and Mexiburjers and
; Italian ice cream. Open Saturday
"-till 2 .m. -it.-
Grace CoolidgeY
Entire Estate
Goes To Son John
Northampton, Mass.,, July 11
(UP) Mrs. Grace Goodhue Cool Cool-idge
idge Cool-idge left her entire estate to1 her
son John, it was disclosed today.
Tho amount ui the estate was not
known. . k
'Mrs. Coolidge's will, drawn in
1936,- consisted of only 78 -words.
It was filed 'in probate court here.
r John... Coolidge, of Farmington,
Conn., also was named executor
of the state. t
hMis. Cbolidge, widow of Presi President
dent President Calvin Coolidge, died last
Monday at the age of 78.
Honeymooners Die
J.-V-'y-f. iVj ef ''aaTeWBB
NAPLES, Italy, July 18 XU?3S.
Four' persons including a honey honeymooning
mooning honeymooning couple were killed in instantly
stantly instantly .-last night when their car
plunged from a w i t H --d
overlooking the harbor and crash'
ed on, the rocks Zsi teev ocio..
Democrat s

Dies In Ohio At 87

term'U the V.S; House ot Repre"
sentaLives and was an active civie
leader. : f
"'Cox'S family announced that a
private burial service would bs
held at the; Woodland cemetery
here tomorrow. Afterward a mem :
oral service will be held In Chrisl
Episcopal Church here. The fam family
ily family received messages of condo?
lence from friends in politics,
journalism and theTadio and tele-,
vision industry throughout the coun
According to a family physician,
Cox's death was brought on by
a fall at the new Dayton newspa newspaper
per newspaper building July 10 when he vis
ited (lis Office. He suffered a stroke
last Friday and had been uncon unconscious
scious unconscious since then. j
He died at his home.' Trailsend.
at 9:07 last night
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May 29, looks as though it may have been carved from, the stone
in background as it follows its mother on the grounds at Chi Chi-eago's
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Shipping Group Charges Land
transfer To RP Bogged Down
Demos Defend
Ike's Foreign

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A group shipping official
formin tha Pacific Coast Com.
mim on the Panama Canal, hat
charged in a news release that
bad drafting of legislation hat
delayed action In the US Con Con-gran.
gran. Con-gran. on a maaturo incorporat incorporating
ing incorporating tha Isthmian land trantfort
projacttd unt'er tha 19SS traaty.
The shipping officials' release
"Unnecessary insertion of a con controversial
troversial controversial item in an otherwise

non-controvtrsial bill has delayed

transfer of certain lands to Pana Panama
ma Panama under the 1955 Treaty.
"The lands involved are part
of the Zone, owned by the United
States as a result of the purchase
from Panama in 1903. Those giv given
en given back to Panama free of cost
under the Treaty are some por portions
tions portions no longer found by the Unit United
ed United States to be necessary in oper operating
ating operating the Canal, or maintaining
other government activities there.
"There is no disagreement on
the transfer. The Republic of Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, Panama Canal Company,

United States Government, em employes
ployes employes organilations at the Canal
and the tolls payers all have in

dicated either that tney lavor me

transfers or that they have no od-

"Despite this all-around accept acceptance
ance acceptance of the transfers as a good
thing, and despite Panama's na natural
tural natural desire to get the thing done
as soon as possible, it appears
that it will be bogged down be because
cause because some government agency
tacked on to the bills, to effectuate
the transfer, language which would
force Canal cargoes to pay the
State Department's bills at the
Canal. .

"The "boe-down on tne iana

witch conies about this way. I

rientical bills. H. R. 6709 and S.

1730, were introduced in the House
and Senate bv Representative Bon Bonner
ner Bonner and by Senator Magnuson to

implement, as tney say in wasn

Ington, the 1955 Treaty provisions
divine the lands to Panama. And

implementation is exactly the right

word in the case, Decause uniine
other part of the Treaty, this one

dealing with the land transfers did
not become effective automatical automatically
ly automatically when the Senate affirmed the
Treaty over a year ago. This one
had provided expressly that it had
to be acted upon by legislation by
both House and Senate and then
signed bv the President.
"The first sign of trouble came
when the Senate Committee on In

terstate and Foreign Commerce

discussed the bill in private ses

sion late in June. No hearings were
held. '
"in addition to deeding the lands

to Panama, the bill provided that

Canal Tolls would nave to pay
the additional $1.5 million annual

annuity to Panama, a concession
negotiated by the State Depart Department
ment Department in return for the use by U.S.

on a rent-free basis, of 20,000 a-

cres of Panamanian lands.
"This had nothing to do with
the Canal itself, yet the Canal was
asked to pay the State Depart Department's
ment's Department's bill.
"Senator Knowland, Morse and
Magnuson made strong statements
on the Senate Floor two years ago
when the original treaty was af affirmed,
firmed, affirmed, calling attention to the
concession and warning against

future efforts to place this burden
on canal cargoes.
"While the Senate Committee
session was private, reportedly a
reques' was made that the $1.5

minion extra annuity provision De
stricken from the bill since the

obligation of the U. S. to pay the

amount to Panama is final alrea

dy; this has been paid by the

State Department for the past two

years and needs no action Dy t-on

rn-ess. Leaving this Drovision in

obviously wouid result in debate,
and' possibly delay the bill.,
"Nonetheless, the Committee re re-Dorted
Dorted re-Dorted the bill to the Floor of the

Senate leaving the $1.5' million an

nuity provision in. in.-"On
"On in.-"On July 2, the House Merchant

Marine Committee had a similar

and so reported it to the House
Floor. This caved the way for

House Floor action without debate

and delay

"On July 3. the Senate Calendar

listed S. 1730 as one of the bills to

be debated that day. But it was;
put over for 5 days to July 8, a
not unusual thing in view of the

long 4th of July weekend. On July

8, it was passed over because of

disagreement on the annuity ques question.
tion. question. The same day the Senate be began
gan began ita Civil Rights debate which

shuts out ail other mils.

Thus, because of insistence in

some government agency that the
$1.5 million issue be dragged into

the land transfer, the Republic of

Panama is suflering delay in get

ting its hands on some lands it

can use. and is losing time on


"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe' Abraham Lincoln, s r '

32nd YEAR



review of the bill and agreed to plans it would put into effect when

tnrow oui me aniiuuy pruvistuu, uib johu is uaitcu.

Zone Pooches Start Their
Mass Anti-Rabies Shots

Canal Zone dogs will have their in the porte cohere of the Balboa

day beginning tomorrow morning junior Hign acnooi Dunaing.

Governor Poller

Examines Hew Mules

During Staler Visit

Gov. W. Et Potter returned to
the Canal Zone this morning by

plane from New Orleans after a
brief visit to the United States dur during
ing during which he attended the quarter quarterly
ly quarterly meeting of the Board of Direc Directors
tors Directors of the Panama Canal Com Company
pany Company in Washington, D.C.
He also met with other mem

bers of the Ad Hoc Committee of
the Board appointed to study the
Canal eapacity problem and visit visited
ed visited Longview, Texas, to see the
progress of the construction of two

new-type towing locomotives oemj
built by R. G. LeTourneou, Inc.
Potter was accompanied on his
trip by the new Lt. Governor of
the Canal Zone, Col. Hugh M. Ar Arnold
nold Arnold and by Philip L. Steers, Jr.,
They were joined in Texas by
Joha R. Hammond, chief of the
electrical mechanical branch of
the Engineering Division and by
Roy C. Stockham, chief of the
Locks Division. Both Hammond
and Stockham remained in Long Long-view.
view. Long-view. Steers remained in the U U-Bited
Bited U-Bited States after the meetings to
spend a short vacation.

in Margarita when an anti-rabies

vaccinating team begins the an

nual registration and innoculation

of dogs in the Canal Zone.

The team which will tour the
major Canal Zone communities,

will consist of a Canal Zone vet

erinarian, his assistant, and a
clerk from the Canal Zone License

Section. They will open for busi

ness at 10 a.m. tomorrow morn

ing in the North Margarita Ele Elementary
mentary Elementary School and will remain
on duty until 1 p.m. In the after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, vaccinations will be admin administered
istered administered from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
This schidule will ba main maintained
tained maintained Thursday in tha Mount
Hope BatabaOl Stadium in Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City and Friday in tha Fira
Station in Catun.a
Next w.eek the vaccination team
will start operation Wednesday
morning in the Aids to Navigation
Building' in Gamboa. The team
will go to tha Scout Shack in Pa Para
ra Para i so on Thursday and will be a a-vailablc
vailablc a-vailablc to dog owners in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa area both Friday and Monday

Pennsylvania Group
'Visits' Darien
En Route Southward

Fifty-five visiting pennsylva pennsylva-nlans,
nlans, pennsylva-nlans, getting their first look at
Panama during a round-robin
tour of Latin America, were In Introduced
troduced Introduced to the Darien jungle
region this morning through a
colored motion picture of Pan
American Highway explorations.
The film on the "Darien Gap"
was shown at a special luncheon
at the International Hotel. The
visitors are members of a "get "get-acquainted"
acquainted" "get-acquainted" tour sponsored by
three laree Pennsylvania news

papers. Valley Dally News, Sha

ron Heraia ana uouner nmes.

The group, which arrived yes

terday, are guests or Tourist

Commissioner, Stanley snaw ae

la Ossa

Vaccination can be obtained

for animals belonging to Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic aide military personnel Ju4y
22, and 31 from 1 to 3 p.m. in
the Northern Ama Sanitation Of Office
fice Office on Bolivar Highway.

On the Pacific Side, military
personnel pets will be vaccinated
July 22, 23, 24. 25, and 26 at the

Animal Quarantine Station in Co
rozal between the hours of 10 a.m
and 12 noon.

A $2.00 fee will be charged for
vaccination ?nd registration. All

dogs over four months of age m
tha Canal Zone must be vaccinat vaccinated
ed vaccinated and licensed by Aug. 1.

Litfle League

Boys 3; Girls 3
Six babies were born at Coco

Solo Hospital during the week end ending
ing ending at midnight Wednesday, July
10, according to the regular hos

pital report. During that same pe period
riod period 70 patients were admitted

and 71 discharged.
Babies were born to the follow
ine parents of United States ci

tizenship: SP-3 and Mrs. Jesse

Avooneyham, Coco Solito, son: SP-

3 and Mrs. William Hays, Coco

Solito, son; CS-3 and Mrs. Charles
Goiris. Coco Solito. daughter: and

SP-3 and Mrs. William Aiciuniey,
Coco Solito, daughter.
Babies were born to the follow

ins parents of Panamanian citi-

senship: Mr. and Mrs. Emilio

Grant, Colon, daughter; and Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Bell, Gamboa,

Dixie Civil Rights
Talkathon Could

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HIS FATE IN JAPAN'S HANDS i- U.S. Army Specialist 3c
William Girard (leftrand his Army legal advisor Maj, Stanley
Levin hold a news, conferencet at Camp- Whlttington, Japan,
after the'U.S. Supreme court ruled, fhat Glrard should be tried
in a: Japanese court for the ikilllng of a Japanese woman on
an Army rifle range.. Girard said' he ;would be represented
by Japanese lawyer Itsuro Hayashd" and Maj, Levin, and de
clined Any other legal aid,

Rossellini's Indian
Beauly Said Asking
Passport To Travel

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NEW DELHI, India, July 16
fUP) An Indian government

Tte orientation on the Darien 5-",.?' ?!"

with Italian film director Roberto
Rossellini has been issued a pass passport
port passport to travel abroad. But police
officials in Bombay insisted she
has received one.
A home ministry spokesman at
the capital here said Mrs. Son all
Das-Gupta, 27-year-old wife of an
Indian film director, had not re received
ceived received a passport as reported last
Saturday because such action "is
The spokesman said that since
the Koss)ellini-Das-Gupta situation
has become a top ievel matter,
Mrs. Das-Gupta could not be
issued a passport without action
by the home ministry.
But a United Press correspond correspondent
ent correspondent in Bombay, where Mrs. Das Das-Gupta
Gupta Das-Gupta and Rossellini have been

spending much of their time, said

a high police ouiciar tola him

sht had been issued a passport.

highway project was part oi
the group's introduction to top topics
ics topics of major Importance In Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's economy, politics, and
culture. The visitors are taking
advantage of the three-day stay
to see places of Interest, shops,
and the tourist spots of Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Tomorrow the Pennsylvanlans
continue their tour to the south.

Judge's Bench

Two men were fined $10 in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court on charg charges
es charges of intoxication.
One of the defendants, Joseph
F. Wolfe, 49, was picked up at
An con unable to care for his own
safety. The American was appre( appre(-bended
bended appre(-bended at 11:40 p.m. on July 13.
Calixto Perex, 37, Panamanian,
was the .second defendant. He was
picked u? Sunday morning in Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa.
, For returning to the Canal Zone
after deportation, Mariano Diaz,
27, Panamanikn, was bound over
for trial in U.S. District Court at
Ancon. Bail of $500 was set in the


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southern foes of Presidenti Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's civil richts bill conceded

today; tbey face defeat this after

noon in their light to keep the le legislation
gislation legislation from officially reaching
the Senate floor, j
As the Senate began its second
week of debate on : the issue,
Southerners aba fidoned hope they
could defeat' the motion of Senate
Republican -n Leader William (, p..
Knowland fCanff that the! bill be
made the pending business in the
Senate;:'"t v ;;
'The Senate has a weed ,to vote

on the motion immediately after
a quorum, call ,. at 3 pm.,

today. Knowland and : other

civil rights .advocates already

have predicted its anbroval bv an

overwhelming margin. i

Asked if he believed the; Know-

land motion will be approved,
Sen. John C. Stennis (D-Miss), a
leading opponent of the ; bill, re replied:
plied: replied: "I am afraid it will."

i Sen. Richard B. RusXell rn.GaV

ieaaer oi ine southern dioc, also
indicated he expects a prelimi preliminary
nary preliminary defeat. He told newsmen he

recognized, the realities" of the

vote today.

But be said the vote will not

be an accurate reflection on over overall
all overall Senate vsentiment on the "bill.
He said some senators will votiv

for Knowland's motion although
they oppose key provisions of the
measure. : :...;. t nj i

If approved, Knowland's mo

tion would formally brine? the

House-approved bill to the floor
for what may turn into an all-out

soutnern fmbuster to prevent its
passage. Knowland hat said the
talkathon, could last as long as
eight weeks. -

As passed by the House, the

legislation would establish a pres

idential civil rights commission;
create a civil rights division in

the. Justice Department: author-"

lze government suits to protect
civil rights and provide greater

protection ior voting rights.
Most Of the Southern criticism

h(s been centered. on the "point

tnree' provision authorizing the

government to obtain court in.

junctions against civil rights vio violations.
lations. violations. The Southerners contend

ims would allow the -use of federal

troops to enforce court decrees on

me issue. .

Sen. Karl E. Mundt fR-SD ha

proposed a compromise : which
would eliminate the disputed pro provision
vision provision and provide for jury trial'
(or persons accused of violating
injunctions on voting rights. He
predicted ,, yesterday that Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower would take no stand on his




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TO BE TRIED Bk FRENCH Army Specialist 3c De Wayne
McOsker of Manhasset, N Y., who Is accused of killing a North
African in a Paris nightclub, is led into the Palais de Justice
In Paris to hear the outcome of a U.S. 'Army request for Juris Jurisdiction
diction Jurisdiction over him in the case. French authorities rejected the
lequest, and McOsker will be tried by a French court.

would" "aeWptable to the


. '"I "do ( not oelieve 7 the entire
striking :of part three would be
In line? with fadmbistration rs4 rs4-ommendations,"
ommendations," rs4-ommendations," he said. "'''I do
not think they would, be favorably
disposed toward it. The matter of
clarifying the section to meet
some of the problems that haVe

oeen raised might be considered.
Russell told the Sedate the Dro

vision would ibe 'bound to work

irrevoeaoie narm on both races

in the 'South." He said it would

'threaten the good relations ber

iween ine two races that have

been painstakingly evolved
90 years."


Ike Has No

Solon Says


Robert Kerr; told the Senate
today that President Eisenhower

has o "brains." ,: ,

ine Oklahoma Democrat was
promptly rebuked by Sen. Homer
E.s Capehsrt (R-Ind.). t who drew

loud applause from the galleries

wnen ne said K.err should e
"ashamed of yourself.' :h
Kerr did not retract entirely.. He

also rejected Capehart's sugges suggestion
tion suggestion that the remark be stricken
from the- Congressional Record.
'"I meant cverv word that the

President does not understand fis

cal policy," Kerr said, drawing a

light patter of applause despite
warnings to the galleries.

"i don't say ne has no brains at
all," Kerr said. "I reserve that

broad and sweeoinc' observation

for some of my colleagues in the


The flare-up came during a heat heated
ed heated attack by Kerr on the admin administration's
istration's administration's monetary, policies and

Eisenhower's request that Con Congress
gress Congress authorized presidential com commission
mission commission to study fiscal policies.
Kerr, Chairman J. William Ful Ful-brlght
brlght Ful-brlght (D-Ark.) of the Senate
Banking Committee and other
Democrats had attacked the oro-

possl -as unnecessary. Capehaft

sponsored tne proposal.
.Kerr said nobody could help

Eisenhower understand the finan

cial : situation because it takes
"brains and he doesn't have

them.-: -.
V) Ui said that if Capehart rbunded
up all the I fiscal experts and

marched them by Eisenhower for

Democrats defended President
Elsenhower's foreign aid program5'
against attack by Republicans to to-day
day to-day as the House opened dehnta

on the 3,242,333,000 measure.

The legislation cleared its first
hurdle when members agreed to
limit general debate to seven -hours,
winding up tomorrow. Vot
ing on specific programs will not
start before Wednesday.

In the first go-around, most of
the criticism came from members
of the President's own party, who
attacked the aid program as
"dangerous" and a 1 "s,trip tease
act", with taxpayers' money
Some other GOP? members joined
Democrats" In defending it.
Rep. Lawrence W, Smith (R.
Wis-), a ranking Republican on tha
House Foreign Affiars Commfttpp.

said Congress already had voted

"so much money for the program
that the administrators cannot

spend it."

He said the aid pipelines to U.S.
allies already; were: ."lammed"

with $6,200,000,000 worth of arms
and munitions. He said the legis- (
lation amounted to "an abdic'i abdic'i-tion"
tion" abdic'i-tion" by Congress of its 'control
over the federal purse strings, y
But Chairman .Thomas S.

dos (P-Ill) of the Foreign Affairs

committee insisted the prograav
was necessary to help'other coun coun-tries
tries coun-tries resist Russia's drive for
world domination. &

."The current shifts is tha

Kremlin mean new faces," Gar Gar-don
don Gar-don said, "But we have no basil
whatever for anv hone that tha

old Communist threat has bean

removed." j

Ren. H. R: Gross CR-Inwa)

called the program a "great give

away, which amounted to "a
strip tease act" with the tax

payers' money, J

Heady Srtibke
CHICAGO. Julv 16 f UP 1 Ti.0.

Chicago area Marines lit up some
marijuana yesterday while police
looked on. Thev were hiirnini a

our-acre plot of the narcotic with'

juaruie wirps name tnrowers.

VcaJlfcr Or, Not

weather, report lot tr, I
2 hours ending 8 a.m. toAriPkA

piciwng oy ine MeteorolO- i
gteal and HydrographieV I
Branch f the Panama Canal .JA


'x X Balboa Cristobal
High 88 84
lew 77 7
Htgh ......... 97 91
Uw ......... 66 83
WIND';:..,: ', .i, ;

But Knowland said he douhtpn I month. h'd remain iust' ai un

if a compromise such as' Mundt's Informed, as he is now 4: ;

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tuesday, july 18
Wednesday July 17

7:10 a.m.
7:21 pjn.


V0:S4 a.m.
d:20 p.m,

Latin American
Civic Councils
Meet With Potter

Spanish Course
Starts July 22
At RP University

Governor W. K. Potter will
meet wtlh officers of the Latin
American Civic Councils at 2
pjn. tomorrow.

, The conference, which was
postponed from June 19, will be
held In the Board Room of the
Administration Building.

ivpica on we agenda inciuae i
1 M W 1 1 UC.

rcqueat tur nut. water nnien
at Rainbow city and Paralso,
plus a report on Improving Us Usability
ability Usability In Santa Cms. The Gov Governor
ernor Governor also la expected to discuss

the status of bachelor quarters

for women in Rainbow city,

Slayer Admits Putting Body
Of NY Loan Shark In Trunk

NEW YORK, July 16 (UP) -A ter trunk. Police said Polakowskl

23-year-old elevator operator ad- led them to a rubbish can, 16

mitted last night he killed a loan

shark, stuffed nis body in a trunk
and with an unsuspecting friend,
delivered it to an express office
for shipment to a nonexistent per person
son person Los Angeles.

blocks from his apartment, where

iney iouno Mailoy's remaining

in Polakowskl s apartment, po police
lice police said they found a .22 caliber

rme, a'Dox of 22 caliber slugs,

inn f na Mnni.t.k a a.

""'""u"" .ujjw- ug. Dins, beliavixl to hn kl,t.

witting accomphce led to tne ar- to Mallov

Bermuda Jurors

Bad Omen

Tbe University of Panama it of offering;
fering; offering; another Spanish course for
English speaking people July 22

to Sept S.
Classes will be conducted in the
morning hour on Mondays,

Wednesdays and Thursdays. TROYES, France. July If (UP)

uememary (Dane) &panisn at Albert Marcnal, 4Z, and bis fi

:o; imermefiiaxe &pamsn at w: anc started married -uie aome-

aad ivance Spanish at 10:30 what deliriously but no necessari-

a.m. Empbasit will toe gives te ly at the prospect of matrimony,
conversatioa and translation. j Marchal, was hit on the head and
The registration is already a- knocked unconscious by a 75-pound
pened rt tat secretary' office painting while, waiting in the town
Iron I a.m. 1a bom and S im I ban ta h marriMt and him hrila

j i-B. promptly fainted from shock -.

rest of suspect. Edward 1. Pol a

kowski, a former dramatic stu

dent. Police quoted himas saying!

he accidentally shot the reputed

loan shark James Malloey, 53, aii eaf'
while trying tP frighten hini 'AllOWed ID Yi&Hr
reducing loan pay menu then i, .. , . ,: V"

kept a date with r longtime girl .,-' a 1
friend, three hours behind ached- DerHIUQa SnOtTS

But police sakf that events lead
Ine up to the Friday, shooting i

Polakowski's apartment indicated

it was carefully piannea.
Polakowskl; a handsome, sandy

haired six-footer, told police he
was "no to my neck in debt" to

Malloy, who appeared to have led
a double life as a loan shark and
corporation director in New York
and at a painter in Philadelphia.
Hit body, pierced by three J2
slufii. 'was discovered by railway

express clerks who became suspi

cious of the odor emanating from

tbe trunk, delivered to a 42nd

Street express station Saturday.

Clad only to shorts and wrapped

ia newspapers. Mailoy's body had

beea Jachnifed into too tarae-quar-

s HAMILTON, Bermuda, July 18
(UP) A Bermuda kludge Has
okayed Bermuda shorts for wear
by jury members In hit court courtroom.
room. courtroom. .; - .
Sir Allen Smith, acting chief
Justice of the Bermuda. Supreme
Court, ruled that "times change
and so do fashions, provided Ju Jurors
rors Jurors wear decent Bermuda ahorts
and not those bathing trunk
type thlnes. I hare no ob lec

tion." ; '. .;, ...

Then, wistfully referring to

hit own traditional lonr bTack

robe and white wis, he eald. -I

wish I could wear the same type

or attire on tne bench." He aaw
lawyers also Would hare to con continue
tinue continue as uncomiortablt as h U.

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