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PANAMA, R. P MONDAY, JIJNE 16, 1358
five cz .z :
Gold fine Picked Up
More. Adams Tabs.
WASHINGTON, June 16 (UPI) Hous investigators
disclosed today that Boston industrialist Bernard Coldfin
Had paid hotel bills for presidential assistant Sherman
Adams at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York as well
two in New England.'
A House Influence-Investigating subcommittee heard
staff investigator Francis X. McLaughlin, report that
Adams' millionaire friend paid Adams' bills at the Waldorf
twice in 1954, once for $47.50 and the second time, co covering
vering covering accommodations also for Mrs.' Adams, for $219.65,
- Subcommittee chairman Oren Harris (D-Ark.) mean-
; Sm issued an open invitation to Adam, to testify on
charges he accepted favor, from Goldfine, who at vanous
fjmet u in hot wafer with the government, regulatory
Men J Street
Doivn for Count
i .v Traffic department officials
s this afternoon sadly surveyed
wriat is left-of one of their shtn shtn-?
? shtn-? ninr new traffic l!ght pillars fn
,t the Fourth of July Avenue a
tin" lagged yellow stub In the
middle, or ttffi ea.; .-
Then thr'lr p Switched,
. s :
! ,' t sticking
The convertible had Just dem-
dished the centrepiece of their
jjiii .o.i jjt up" -b
trafflf lio-ht svstem ftt the iUnc
tion of Fourth of July Avenue
won oi ruuuu ui.jw ",""uv
; Willi 0 oiacci. bjuui wo v.j
J "I svtppose It had to happen
irntlmp" Sfltd n 0 I f i C la 1
Mournfully, "It will take a couple
" of months to get a replacement
" from the States.' -,
t .N Then he trighteneci;'0'
roure," he added There wIT
'.i rn disorganization of traf-'
f fc. The Hsrhts are arranged so
I the pillars on the corner
o' 'ie ftreeti are nlainJy vl vl-i
i vl-i slbJ as well as the centre
owner the ereen- convef convef-'
' convef-' tih1 Albert E. Green of house,
fipnlA Blhoa, exolained In mitt-
- pnton: "The thlni? was extra extraordinarily
ordinarily extraordinarily weak. I suooose It -was
m"de of cast iron. Why. It lust
nanned l'ke a carrot and I only
Bit it a glancing blow.'
1 Green was taking his sick 13-
- pNonths-old baby Richard to
Hospital at the time..
. His wife was holding Rlch Rlch-'ard
'ard Rlch-'ard Jn her arms in the front
?eat. Neither sof them were
. Sa'.d Green "I had stopped at
the red Heht,' and hit the pillar
Just as I was pulling away so I
.was not troing very fast. I guess
-h I was preoccupied. My son had a
temperature of 103 and sorric-
thin"' -when I arrived home for
fcr.:r.:3 CiivCay ..
7. Abraham Rodriguez Jr., 10-year
i old resident of Beihania, ,died ear.
y yesterday a-ternoon while at
the Curundu swimming pool.
. 1 Since the child could not swim,
he had been warned to keep away
irom the pool's deep end after
jumping from the diving bpard and
Jloudenng in the water Pulled
from the pool by Alfred Creque of
?08B Curundu, Abraham was sent
hack to the shallow end by his
hrother and the Creque boy.
r Evidently he went again to the
leep end, and the next t-me;the
Jtoy was scen he was lying face
downwards on the bottom, of the
pool. ii'-:-:.";' :;'
After Arttiro N. Calvin or rana.
"ina City, rJ'led the boy from the
water, voluntefrs applied artificial
jpsniration untl Canal Zone and
Military Tolice arrived. ''
i The boy's parents were sum.
Jnoned and arrived as a 'doctor
pronounced their son dead.
, A rescue squad continued to aP aP-r"
r" aP-r" -:i ifhl respiration for1 an.
. ol'rer ha'f hour, but to no" avail.
- nnsy. being perforined at
..Gorcas Ilof pital had not been com
1 leti-J iy irc:s time today, 1
' J ka. onnrJnrlpft that Gold
fine paid $2000 in hotel bills jfor
himself ana nis iiuiv
Tin Untnl in RnSton.
r Us sign was Goldfine's guest
st the Mayflower Hotel in Fly
Ama has ;Hpmert he used his
influence to get favored treatment
tor uoiaime. ;
McLaughlirf offered as evidence
photostatic copies oi aiuui.-r-toria
accoudt cards covering the
Adams' visits in MM.; He was
asked If thl da.es of Adams vis-
ii- M-.-JVM-y- haH "an Slffnl.
US' ui 'M,.., r
Ht rpfld that thty ..eeurrta
. tk .im tim thar boia
Ifim's company wai trylnj
.ik..UUn Aiit a disDUT with th
Fadralf Trad Commission ovor;
i.. i-i !!.. iC flulntt nrnductv.
4 1T5 lUWIIi'W w --7i.. r
t m! oiKfhHn a id th hotel' rec
ords subpenaea last rrway ,.
vf j ;24; and tlit
1- uw w as i....oed ta'GoiU-
Th VonrH 1sn show, he sain.
that Adams, accompanied hyhjs
wje wgS a guest at hotel Feb.
throuch 15 of the same 'year.
rne !lo.oo Kuaige m uui i-ai.
lira v ci ;
so was billed to Goldfine, he said.
, Meanwnuef emociais ui
Meanwhile uemocrais on mu
I jUDCOmminee ,oaiu auiuii uu
agencies cn behalf of Goldfine.
V Adams' wifo predicted Domo Domo-crats'will
crats'will Domo-crats'will "hound" hor husband
until ho has to loavo tho Whito
Republican members of the
Hoflse subcommittee meantime in in-stsipA
stsipA in-stsipA Adamx had done no:hin2 im
proper. But there was mounting
criticism among uur senators. --
Chairman Harris called his tub.
committoo on Legislative over over-sight
sight over-sight into session to open dynamite-packed
new series of hear
ings aimed at "building" its a I.
leged favors-for-influence case a
gainst Goldfine and Adams.
Adams acknowledged he used
the hotel suites provided by. Gold Gold-fine,
fine, Gold-fine, But; he said he never usad
his influence to get favored treat treatment
ment treatment for Goldfine before govern government
ment government agencies.
Ho left unanswered published
reports that Goldfine gave him ;
a $2400 oriental rug and $700
Vicuna wool coat.
Mrs. Adams' admitted In a co-
nvrivhtprt jstorv in the MinneaDiV
lis Tribune that th6 family receiv received
ed received "many gifts" from Goldfine
in addition to his paying their ho hotel
tel hotel bills. Asked about the oriental
rug, she insisted it was a friend.
ly gift. :
She said the two famines had
AvnliancrArl.0ifta.fnr ars hilt sue
denied Goldfine ever sought per
Asked whether Adams mignt
leave the White House, she told
the Tribune "this trouble will be
nulled out for months. I'm sure
they are just going to hound him
until he has to leave."
Mrs. Adams said Democrats In
Congress will bring out the sto story
ry story on each gift one at a time
"They will want to jab tli3
knife in. and then iust keen open
ing the wound," she was quoted
as saying. ; v
flnv. fJ.- Mpnnpn Williams of
Michigan urged President Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower to : order a Justice De Department"
partment" Department" probe to determine
whether Adams,, accepted gifts ior
helping Goldfine. 1 : ;
He said the Adams -case has
shown the administration "10 be
"hypocritical,; immoral and c6r c6r-rupt."
rupt." c6r-rupt." j
( Williams, a Democrat,1 said Ers.
enhower should immediately order
a complete investigation to either
clear Adams or to "take whatever
action is necessary."
If the charges are proved true,
Williams said,1 "this man is un unworthy
worthy unworthy of being in the White
Williams, interviewed on the
ABC-TV -program "College News
Conference," said the mo; shock shock-ing
ing shock-ing aspect of the case was that
"the Chief Executive hasn't done
anything about it."
764TH OPEN HOUSE karking the1 183rd anniversary of the U.S..Army Saturday, open house
celebrations were held at several: posts In th Canal Zone. At, D Battery,. 764th AAA Batta Battalion,
lion, Battalion, the children of 1st Xt... and Mrs. 'Maurice Klnnett had a big time examining the big
guns.f Prom left ttf right are : Ed and his Dal' :!Nlno," Pat, Steve and Wanda. Exhibits and
demonstrations for the public, also were staged jbj, other, 764th 'Batteries,, and the -1st Battle
Group.' 20th Infantry.-(U.S.! Army Photo); s .:. 1
US Won't Pay Diplomatic Ransom,
SaS 91 G Isf Remain I Reel S Prisoners r
. VB fooay
to pay diplomatic ransom to the Communist East German re regime
gime regime ot release of nine "kidnaped" American servicemen. As a
result, the Reds kept the Americans locked up. :
U.S. 'Army officers met with the East German Reds for the
second time 1n three days on
were taken prisoner more than a week ago when their helicopter
strayed Into East Germany. j
But they did Hot take, with them' State Department docu documents
ments documents which the Reds had demanded and which, In effect,
would have given the East German Communists their much much-sought
sought much-sought .recognition, from the United States.. -:v. 'vi vr-;;"..;::
-Informed sources said the Am American
erican American negotiators had a docuntv
ent saying they were authorized o
deal with the Communists by the
U.S. governmenit through the U.S.
Army ommand in- Germany.
"Col, Robert P. McQuail chief of
the U.S. armed forces mission to
the Soviets.: entered .the East Ger German
man German foreign ministry in East 'Ber 'Berlin
lin 'Berlin at noon. ;
.He was accompanied by a maj major"
or" major" on his staff.
or on his staff. ' ;
' They were greeted by a foreign,
ministry official who escorted
them into the building. v
The Communists have refused
to release the nine Americans
until the U.S. sits down and
deals with them at diplomatic
equals, v i
Thp Russians have refussed three
times to arrance the release of
vhe American captives, and Eaat
German, communist official re refused
fused refused Saturday to talk to Mruail
They insisted that they would talk
only to an accredited representa representative
tive representative of the U.S. State Department.
On Construction y
Of two RP Schools
-4.'- i -v'" :'i-.;t-' ?-:: M ;
1 Invitations to bid 6n-the cons,
trjiiction of two-grade school build,
ings in Panama City were publish,
ed today by. the Ministry;' of Pub.
lie Works. ..,V' A;.:-v
The schools are to be named Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto T. Lefevre (at Juan Diaz)
and Republica de Brasil (on Ma.
riano Arosemena Street) and are
two of the 14 Panama City schools
"6r which a $2,000,000 bond issue
has been floated as arj, emergency
The two schools will have a to.
tal of 37 classrooms and a capa.
city of 1480 students.
the case of nine Americans who
An approach by State De Department
partment Department man would amount to'
what diplomat call "do facto"
recognition, of the Rod regime,
an acknowledgement that it con,
tols the Soviet zone of Germany
, whether it has any right to or
.not.' ', ; ; ; .-v
Washington has imposed a strict
security blackout on all approach approaches
es approaches to the Reds, deepening confus confusion
ion confusion caused by: two State Depart Department
ment Department about-faces durmg the pas',
Jacinto Castro, 38, Panamanian,
was fined $10 Biter he pleaded not
guilty", to, driving a truck on Mad.
den Road yesterday without a val valid,
id, valid, operator's licence.. ?
. Another -Panamanian, Aldo RI.
caurte Escala, .30, was found guil guilty
ty guilty of a similar offense .while driv.
ing bus on Balboa Road on Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. He was also fined $10.' Es.
cala was also found guilty o' hav hav-ing
ing hav-ing no Canal Zone certificate, of
inspection for the vehic e. Imposi Imposi-tion
tion Imposi-tion of sentence in .this case was
suspended for 60 days;,j
Williams JEdgar .Brewer, 32, a
U.S.' soldier,; was1 charged with
driving while intoxicated on Gail.
lard Highway; He entered a plea
of not guilty and the case was con.
tinued until June 19.
Drunk Fined $10
Nicaraguan nton:o B'rahona 3,
was 'found guilty at Balboa magis.
Iraies .Cour toay loi" Deing in
such a state of intoxication yester.
day he was unable to care for hi?
own safety. He netted a fine of
$10, .. ,; ;
Faih3r Morales ;
Ordained Priest ;
At Ahcoh Cathedral
The1 Cathedral, of 'St.; Luke, An.
con, was. tilled to overflowing SaU
tiraay morning, when. Bisnop R.
heber Gooden, advanced the. Re v.
Carlton Owen Morales to the sa.
cred order of. presthood.
; father 'Morales began nis stud,
ies on tne Isthmus some years ago
and thenconlinucd at St. f eter's
Theological College at Crossroads,
Jamaica,; and was ordained dea deacon
con deacon a year ago by the Lord Bishop
of Jamaica,,: ; acting for. Bishop
Gooden", ana continued his stuttie
while acting as. assistant .at :' the
Parish Church, Kingston,: return,
ing a fortnight ago to Panama to
undergo --finali examinations and
prepare for wdinatipn ti &
Alberto A. Mosley and" Harold
Williams were ushers for the oc-casion-
. 'J 1
The procession entered the Cat.
hedral 'at 9 o'clock with Julian
Gaskin and Karl Austin of St.
Paul's Church acting as crucifers
Vith the chdir oi St. Paul's Church
singing the service. Mrs. !; Carol
Webster was' at ihe console. Char.
Ies Greene, Norman. Wynter and
other : acolytes from St. Paul's
Church : took part, in the Service.
The sermon of ordination was
preached by ; the f Bev. Clarence
Wallace Hayes or at. Christopher I
and-was presented to the Bishop
by tne nevf ur. jonn a. lowsend
Tne Rev,! Edwin C, Webster read
the prefaces to the ordinal and the
special litany for ordinations was
sung by the Bev. Peter Farmer
.of Christ Church by ;the ea Co.
The Rev.' Allan Went served as
bishop s chaplain and the Revs. J
K. Renew and John Spalding were
the servers with the Rev. Clarence
Crag well as almoner. Father John
Spear was master of ceremonies.
The Epistle was read by the Rev.
Henry Blake' and the ,Rev. David
Osborne was gospeler.. A'l the
presbyters joined in the laying on
of hands with the Bishop accord according
ing according td ancient custom.-, r :
Father Morales will serve as as assistant
sistant assistant at St; Paul's Ghurch, Pa Pa-nama.
$15 For Speeding
v For driving "his automobile down
Fourth of July Avenue at 40 mph
yesterday" Panamanian Henrick
Bcrgmdo, 28 was lined J15 at iJal.
oa Magistrates. Cours today.
; Tli Panama Canal riirl nnt.
know early this afternoon whether
the Cristobal would sau on scnea-
ule from New York for Cristobal
An engineers strike atarted to today.
day. today. , f ; -.
The Cristobal has 97 passengers
bound for the Canal Zone on
The Panma Line's other ship,
the Ancon left Cristobal for New
York on Saturday afternoon.
'A spokesman at tho Port Capt Captain's
ain's Captain's office at Balboa said to today
day today "If tho strike, last tho
number of ships Transiting-' tho
Canal will begin to fall off con considerably
siderably considerably In about seven days
Engineers on more than 600 lin liners
ers liners and freighters and seamen on
231 tankers operating out ot At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic and Gulf Coast ports went
on strike today after expiration of
their work contracts withouth 1 a'
greerrient on new pacts, aaccording
to a United Press International .re .report
port .report from New York. v
Negotiatos representing radio
operators on the liners and
freighters bargained into the
early morning hours"' in an at attempt
tempt attempt to roach a now agree".
mnt. i A
talks between ie f National Mar
itime.UQionXrfifesenUng the tank
er- seamen, afsw went past 'Ifhe
bunday midntgnt contract ecpira ecpira-tion
tion ecpira-tion date but were adjourned until
later today Without a- settlemen.
NMU president Joseph Curran
said the union advised "all ports
that we don't believe vossets
should leave port without con contract."
Leo Erck, spokesman for the
tanker operators said ''some pro progress"
gress" progress" had been made at the bar bargaining
gaining bargaining session which began yes;
terday but Curran saidt he meet
ing was a "do-nothing" Session,
' However, both sides were hove hove-ful
ful hove-ful of reaching an agreement lat later
er later today, r , if
Quit 'Hunger Strike,
Return to Classes ;
sturtents of the Normal School
at aanuaeo. Vtraguas. called on
their hunger strike ana returned-10
classes today lollowing an agree
ment mediated by a. group oi
The students vowed last week to
remain on strike until the acting
principal of the high acnooimiai
me Riera Pinilla, resigned.
However, the Agreed to resume
classes and to avoid any demons
trations against Riera in favor of
a proposal to press lor tne c ap.
Dointment of a principal to re.
place Miss Berta Arango, who
was suspended two years ago for
insubordination. Her appeal is suu
being aired in the Court of Admi.
The agreement committed the
mediating team to support the stu.
dents in their request to nave tne
Ministry; of Education appoint i
principal as soon as possiuw.
The students had accused Rie
ra of showing partially during the
student strike in May, and o deny.
ing them the use of the ? rsormai
School's auditorium. ; ;
The students had accdsed Riera
of showing partially during the
student strike in May and of eny.
ing them the -use of the Normal
School s auditorium. v-t r
Plans by the Panama ; Federi
tion of Students to support the
Normal School' students m their
demands were immediately called
off, thus ending the threat of
new student crisis.
There were strona indications today that the cur
rent suspension of civil liberties in Panama would end this
" Civil liberties were suspended for 30 days from May
22. day of. the worst violence in the recent students
President Ernesto di h
were still resting early t'
leader John McCormack announced today that final ac action
tion action on the pay increase for classified U.Semfoyes in including
cluding including those in the Panama Canal Zone, will be the first
order of business in the House tomorrow, .; ;
It earlier had been thouaht that action miaht comi
today but McCormack told
day's session : convened that
been tiled and under the rules must lay over for a day. -Apparently
it was not possible to obtain unahimou!
consent from House members
pose of the bill today. t
, The House is scheduled
providing a single standard
ployes in the Canal Zone.
' Jhe bill will be brought up under a procedure which
limits debate .to one hour and requires a two-thirds major
try of the membership for passage. Leaders believe Housl
approval will te granted by a substantial margin.
JHeaawhilestudy of the single
wae bill locally has revealed that
its worst oature. as far as Local
rate lempltiyw-efe connd-4i,
mail neany a uiuusauu eiiituujrcs
will lose retirement benefits, l i
These are "employes on part,
time or "when actually emploved"
' They are hot eligible for the
Civil service, retirement benefits
as full time employes will be.
And when the bill become' law,
they will lose disablity cash re.
lief provided for under present
' U.S. citizen part tim and
"when actually employed" em.
ployes are in the same boat
A spokesman for local-rate em.
ployes in the Canal Zone said to.
day he wished to correct an' im.
pression local'y that the Local 900
AFL-CIO was opposing the bill.
William H. Sinclair internation.
al representative, declared : "Our
union,, is ;.pot( opposing the bill.
While we say it is not everything
we want, it Is an avenue, of hope.
We believe that having adequate
representation on the board of a p.
peals will help to curb any-ten:
dency towards local rate employes
not getting a square deal.".
He welcomed that fact that the
bill was a step to granting loe-,
al-rate employes equal opportunl.
ty with U.S. citizens,
"The bill makes provision for
members of our union to share
the training faciities available
and if they are willing to improve
themselves, the opportunity is
there for them, to climb to the
higher jobs he added.
He said he did not think there
was any; resentment about uJ.S.
citizens retaining the key post.'
tions under the "security jobs"
"It is only natural that the U.S.
Government want to ratain these
jobs for their own people" he said.
"The average worker did not ,ex.
pect this bill to give rights to eve.
ry job in the Zone, but at: least
now he4 will have the incentive
to aspire to then.
. "Until now," the attitude has been
'why make the effort to improve
myself when I know I cannot get
the better job."
. Sinclair warned that a danger.
ous feature of the bill is that if
employes are switched from full.
time working to part time or
"when actually employed", status
they will lose all Civil Service re retirement
tirement retirement benefits under the new
addition, employes who lose
their full-time status will lose
their vacation privileges of 2d
Guardia Jr. andiisjCabinct
16 (UPI) House maioritv
the House shortly after to
the conference report had
to waive the rules and dis
to take up later today a bill
of pay for-local and U.S em'
To Zone Students
WASHINGTON, June U (UPI)
The Senate passed today and
sent to the White House legisla'.
tion extending the -Korean CI
bill to student inf the Panama
Canal Zone.' ;:s." .,-,.
The measure would extend ben.
fits to approximately 0 persona
-i' 27 veterans, who ere alrea. :
dy enrolled in courses under the
Korean Gl Bill, and 33 children
who are. eligible for war orphans'
: assistance. 'Hry i;,r,:;
The legislation was backed by
the Veterans Administration.
; It was drawn up to clarify the
eligibility of ex servicemen ;t -train
in Canal Zone schools, i-,
days year and their eutom'
tie yearly increases in pay...
i"We are relying on represent
tion on the board o? appeals M
stop any victimisation ornfait
ness over this question" addcitjSin
clair.i 4 ,k 1
Local 900 is holding a meetin
tonight in Cristobal to discuss thi
house draft of the legislation.
last night the Canal Zone Cen
tralJLabor Union and Metal Tradel
Council held' a four .hour sessiol
analysing the House bill and aj
official statement o policy is it
ing drafted today. nV .t-
Irving A. Venlzcil
Graveside services will be hell
at 9 a.m. tomorrow at Corozal Ca
metery for Irving A. Wentzell, Al
America Cable Co. employe win
died Saturday at his home at Ca
ble Heights. .. ", t "'.
' The services will be conductej
by the Rev, Oscar Olsen of thl
Balboa Union Church.
Mr. Wentzell is survived by hi
wife, Mary, three daughters, Mrs
Gonzalez Alafro and Joyce, of Pa
nama and Mrs. Elsie Leyra, d
Peru, and by a sister, Mrs. Eisl
Wentzell, of Canada 1
A survey is being made by t'
Panama government to determhl
how many of Us employes a
working in Colon but are still li?
ing in Panama City.
The survey is aimed at estab'.i 'i
ing how many employes of v
ernment institutions have to c 1
mute Detween ncre and hhdh c j
An effort mav be madii to i I
suade t! : co;--r.iitrr- ti r
t! nr f,. .!. i 1 1 Col. a. i
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Sir:T fnr nne was happy to see "Hanger OnV letter iMail Box,
4.1 as I 'Ann wuu iiihiiia. liiufi la ua. viiwiu
cross Becuouui -------DOor cominis-
toe, must be, mw 01 g.B''SJgra
V D . i pk1vw tlmAC ,V7-.V. t fe.i'w
observed, toe ending
rf Vfce-Dwsideiit Nixon to LaUn America on a goodwiU tour
?s part of toe Wg build-up for toe coming presidential elector
Eeoorfc of his return to Washington and toe reception at toe
NaS AiSrt would indicate thai the ad men ttound h m
used toe unfortunate experience In South America to make him
more of a hero In toe eyes of the people.
" if a political leader c'annot demand the respect of so many
of his own people how can we expect him to be respected in
other countries, I did not condone the stoning either out have
Edined to blame the man for toe treatment he receyed
Perhaps a little more action on the part -of Interested
'Canal Zrae residents along with t&e.efforts Wch. being
made In the US today can ddi much to right conditions in toe
coming lall elections and to llnish toe Job Ji"
'nm'i i-Maii RnvMav 14) at D. P; P. for "bigworditis'.'
is well-taken and probably constructive. v .;irnh '''nf
"DWB" made direct reference to toe style and approach of
uch reputable, syndicated columnists as JValter Well. Drew
Pearson, -Victor Rlesel and Robert Ruark, each of whom com commands
mands commands the written word and is noted for superior reportorial
technique. These pressmen are also famous for tir X.nt.
crusadin activities and hih sense of integrity in
"DWB's" analyses their collective style or. wrltins: as one
strlvinjc for simplicity and clarity of expression, attributes which
have made Abraham Lincoln's wrltlnsa i immortal.
Evaluating "DWB's" criticism in this liRht would lead me
to' accept his opinion or advice as constructive uand timely.
However, tnere's one .important' factor that all .nterary
critics., particularly self-styled ;-tWtlctturt-caid
uwappraislng the work of any authorThis basic principle U.
what U the purpose of the work? What is the message the
attthor desires to conVey? ; ...
Accurate Identification and determination of this factor
oeeastonally giye rise to controversy. It is my considered opinion
tlftt DWB has failed to uraso. and interpret clearly my message
Wten I write under toe pen name of D. Pi P.
It is curious that "DWB" -has identified me as being ob ob-vlbusly
vlbusly ob-vlbusly aJPanarhinlan of West Indian ancestry" when I write
under thnom d plum, of D. P. P, but probably has accepted
or hasstaken ine oe A white Southerner irictf ibmetime lor
an over-"ducated Northerner when I have conveniently elected
toTwrlte under other names, while dpenly upholding discrimlna discrimlna-tiin
tiin discrimlna-tiin or arguing under the guise of a liberal U.-rater, I have
pftpetrated such acts so I know whereof I speak. "
Furthermore, I have documentary proof of such articles
which have been published in the Mail Box. I also have my
calbon coiiies of the ordinals that can serve to corroborate my
Yesflam a proud member of the minory group DWB identl identl-fled
fled identl-fled in his" letter, except that my mother is a Costa Rican, both
b nationality and culture. -Therefore, by parentage I am,
hilriC of Hispanic and West Indian stocks. ' V, v
-Whenever I write as D. P. P. my purpose is to try to shdck
fellow, middle-class Panamanians ou of; the 'tupor aelt aelt-cimplacency
cimplacency aelt-cimplacency and apathy. My recourse to elongated verbiage and
peripnraau is cbicuhwcu w v v
gcoup of smug clttiens. 11. 1 can succeed in driving them' to
cultivate the dictionary habit, then that, same ,fLwErS
atfly cause them to spend more time in self-edifying pursuits.
After they shall have awakened to appreciate fully their po potential,
tential, potential, toe vested interests in this little, young republic, had
better watch out and play the game according to Hoyie.
- Likewise, whenever I disguise my style of writing by para para-pfirasing.
pfirasing. para-pfirasing. my own thoughts, I achieve my objective:, confuse and
aouelch the smart alecks. ' .
"Incidentally, I noticed that DWB used the phrases ''little
education", and "pretty good education" interchangeably. Why?
Isj't there a nuance between menu
-ft. ;.: N A - ..
- 'inasmuch as CFN is for the "information and tducatlon"
of the troops, why doesn't it start informing and educating its
ownstaff. which, with perhaps two exceptions, is badly in heed
of secondary schooling. r H
: Bad enough thev can't read or pronounce. They dont even
have good radio voices. Among all the men stationed on i the
Isthmus there must be a' few with pleasant voices who know
Corsica is not pronounced CorSEEca. nor Khrushchev Krus
CHOFP. or Martinez MartinEZ. .
Since CFN iS'Constantfy urging Its OI listeners to patronize
the post libraries, I suggest it line up its own staff and on the
double march to the nearest available one. If the librarian is
asked real pretty-like, she will. I'm sure, be happy to direct the
lads to dlk-shun-a-rees. ref-runce books and prp-nun-cl-a-shun
1 J' IH ji
REUNION IN- NEW YORK-Old comrades in arms, Field
Marshal Viscount Montgomery and President Eisenhower en engage,
gage, engage, in animated conversation at a dinner in New York.'
Montgomery, who served as Eisenhower's deputy commander
' of Allied Forces in Europe, flew in from Canada whero.ii walji
conferring on military matters. Mr. Elsenhower was the princi principal
pal principal speaker at the dinner. T v
By VICTOR RIESEL
Such is the terror of some bti-a
nessmen and labor officials that
they have deliberately asked the
Seua'te racket-busting commi tee
to subpena them so they can got
FBI protection. For once unaer
subpena they become prospective
government witnesses and Sen.
John McClellan has pledged t'tr
deral protection to those who pro
mise to work with the staff of
chief counsel Bod Kennedy.
This terror rolled over several
cities after Ae Senate Committee
had subpenaed over 100 witnes witnesses
ses witnesses for Its June 30 probe of the
multi-billion dollar hotel and res restaurant
taurant restaurant field which is serviced
by the union of essentially : the
same name. Among chose sunena-
ed are some nostalgic comrades
ot ai capone. ; r
These heads have been "test
ing". for several months now to
see if the good Old days could not
be revived. Their, acaviiiok have
included a short run of arson; beau
ing, anonymous gruff voices te telephoning
lephoning telephoning threats and warnings
to company officials in several ci
ties never to discuss cash pay payoffs
offs payoffs no matter what.-
- -: t -. .-
N minor probe, this on. It
stratchat from New York to Il Illinois,
linois, Illinois, Ohio and back to Pannsyl Pannsyl-vania
vania Pannsyl-vania for tho moment. Tht bo
and words of tho Hotol and Res Restaurant
taurant Restaurant Workors Union's nation national
al national headquarters in Cincinnati
have boon gone over by McCloU
Ian Committee probers. Thero
are may honest men In this u.
nion, of course, but Diogtnt,
looking for thorn, would r havo
difficulty in some midwest cities.
In Chicago, ht'd lose hit lams,
:je booK-rA:i.f-v:v.,o,'';-J'::';--..:y "t
Thifl npnK will Amharri ea th
national AFL-CIO bieh commauo.
This union is one of is biggest
affiliates for it is listed in the
U.S. Labor Dept. Directory 'as hav
ing 441.0QQ members in ever 600
lOCalS.- ii::;;rl',i;Ai v
None of the thievery and brutal
ity -the McClekan investigators
have exposed, none of the uooue
ry which has passed over its wit.
ness stand, is as awesome as the
hotel and restaurant, probe. For
this will orove that desoite all Ko
deral and: local inquiries, the mobs
have continued to do their terror
business as usual.
Nor has the terror been limited
to this field of food and fancy liv
ing. The police lues of many cities
are jammed daily with stories, si similar
milar similar to that of a recent Bill Post
ers Union meeting where fun and
baseball bat-totlng "enforcers
took over m meeting and beat of
ficials right on the open floor. Or
of another situation where the ho
even directed union officers to
leave theulpostsfquietlyand forever.-:
. I I- J Ai.
As the McClellan Com. spread
toe expose across ine front
pages the first week in Juiy.
there'll be political fireworks to
matcn anything that goes off on
the national holiday. There will
be new public demand for laws to
fight this terror. But, for a score
of reasons, there will probably be
no anti-racketeering bills passed
in Congress this session, what hap
pens then will depend on whether
or not the Senate racset-Dusung
committee is revived next Janua January
ry January for 'another yeit'ir!':'
' Thafs possible, despite tho tho-drive
drive tho-drive on to lot it wander over
Into tho bontyard and lio dewn.
near tho remains of tho. Kefauv Kefauv-or
or Kefauv-or probe, feut that drive doesn't
have tho support of the men who
spoaks officially for' American
labor namtly Goorgo Meany. H
has told Senators that tho com com-mittoo
mittoo com-mittoo hat helped tho cltart labor
forces fight off tho mobs.
Mr. Meany believes that there
should be full public reporting of
union finances. He has said, "Ti e
whole 'conceDt of the loldfish bowl
is calculated to end corruption be.
cause crooks cannot operate in
public.'!, He is for 'goldfish' laws.
It has generally been overlooked
that when Mr. Meany told the Sen-
a'te Labor Committee (which is
not to be confused with the Sen
ate rackets committee VR) that
labor would back some new laws,
he also said; .
"...The wholesale lifting of trus trusteeships
teeships trusteeships recently announced by the
Teamsters Union and the reforms
in this field likewise announced
by the Operating Engineers attest
to the effectiveness of public dis disclosureand
closureand disclosureand i for ; that disclosure
we give f61l credit to the Select
With this sort of support, It ap.
pears that there will be no need
for Diogenes and his lamp. We'll
have McClellan and his probers
for a while longer,"
Th2 Old f.'.cn end iho S:a
1 NEA Strtiee, lac
ell In York
: o :-?'.:v-: v:.;, ui;'..v-'..;;u':?
Doris ("richest girl ill the
worm") Duke's "unknown" escon
is James Fos.er (wealthy cattle
man) from Washington state..K.ay
Morgan CBS staffer the fashion
dept) is Kay Summerfield, author1
of the book on Ike... Linda Christ
ian s latest blaze is Itaio Mm sm
Maurizlo (Morris in American )Re-
na... Cri.ics in the capital flung
passionate notices at Betty George
aingle-o again after four years with
Berie.. Imogene Coca will receive
$1,750 a week (against t per cent
of the gross) for starring in "The
tiirls in 509 which Alfred ut
Liagrev plans for Broadway tkn..
Jack Dempsey is j the- au.ograpu
champ of Broadway. Averages 500
daily at bis famed restaurant. Lin
da iBurrowi. hostesi there, ii: a
r .. r
strong rumor on the coast thaj.NJ
Y. YankvcQ-owner De Webb1 t.nei
of the world's wealthiest men) and
his ex-wife (Hazel), now a resident
of Phoenix, Arizona, may try it
again after a 5-year, divorce.Love
ly Kathy iBarr makes her own lip lipstick...
stick... lipstick... The Motion Picture Assn
"killed", the trailer ;for "Tunnel
of Love" as too sexy; WaK'U'they
see the movie,.. 20th Century. ox
s.arlet Suzy Parker's secret merg merger
er merger with French writer Pierre La
Salle was a two-liner here last
"A Lindian came in bruised and
mangled.- Black and blue, swollen
lips; bashed" in nose..,' 'Wo.lnell
hopDin to you?" exlaimed Harold
Gary, "Were" you hit by a freight
train7 ... w" said the wreck,
i had anoggimint with ,j ,.7 my
wife. She insulted my parents and
called me all" kinds of named. So
I called her a 2-bit tramp."
'So wot she do hit y a with an
"No, a bagful of .-quarters! ,;
Zsa.Zsa Gabof says the thing
that gave her the most unhoppy
niss (when she divorced actor
George Sanders), "Iss dot he got
kostuddy of our vunderful buller"
One Las Vegas newspaper devoted
an editorial belting a San Francis Francisco
co Francisco columnist, "who tried to discre
dit Vegas people and places on allege theft of packaging, design,
whom he freeloadei for several I uisiaj, e.c.
days and nights"... We're giving ....
him a break he doesn't rate) by
omitting his name... "Jusi um-ia
Dawn" (Pat Healy's latest album)
got a large salute from Billboar's
section on records people buy. "An
impressive debut album and hr
phrasing is excellent," ? said the
theatrical weekly on which we
made our column bow In vhe long
ago... Poem by Tamar. Benauiy :
"At the beach they wear wild co.
lored jacke.s. Then wonder why
they're known as fackets.'' ; f
When will the Dade County (F'o-
rida) gendarmes and "slcuJis" and
the Florida governor do something
(anything!) about the murder' of
Arthur Karoff near the Miami
'Beach, pafe ,de Paris Jast Dec. 8?
Who is theji'A'power' don.;';there j
Keeping tnn case irom,tne couns?
How about questioning the people
who (the Karoff family allege) hir hired
ed hired paid assassins? Is it true that
the "suspect" now in jail j(only
after Walter Winchell hollered and
hollered coast-to-coast) basn'le n n-gaged
gaged n-gaged a lawyer and doesn't want
to get ; put of jail?.;. Whyzat?,
Does he fear the assassin ;he is
believed to have hired for the
walthy medico) to whom he owes
' Marlene Dietrich dines at the
Forum of the 12 Caesars almost
nightly with a different escort. No
Marlenecholy baby, she..." Dotcie
Harmony of the Tropicana (Vegas
line is in tears over a mag article
twitting Elvis, her onetime beau.
"They signed my name to it," she
says. "I never said or wrote it;'..
John Ireland East for Summer
stock in "Stalag J7") and starlet
Jennifer Hoiden are noiden hanns
at the St. Moritz's Cafe de la Paix
...His big competition is Bob Evans
Zanuck's "find"... Taleht scouts
are recommended to Marcie
Layne's styling at the Flamingo
(Vegas) Lounge with Bobby Page's
group. Dick Contmo's accordion
magic is a high spot there... A
leading rival lipstick mfr, is on the
verge of giving a famed cosmetics
frim its biggest headache. They'll
In addition to the Vaticaai
,City, there is another inde-l
Kendent state within IUly thai
epublic of San Marino, on tho
east eoast. near the Adriatic!
jSea. Only 23 square miles inl
(area with- a population of
;: ,about 13,500, San Marino was:
(founded in tho fourth century'
'by a group of Christians escapv escapv-ing
ing escapv-ing religious peniecuU'on.'
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WASHINGTON An anxiouj picnics. Chrisimss e s iH th.'
Secretary of State Dulles has re- ie tickets lSimssJ S' "1 th
ceived assurances ihai Geu.l Here are' a few ,Hmi Pl,
Charles de Gaulle, toe new French man has uncovord" P? U
strongman, won uisruoi the ati-en.' lUm.pai .n..,.
dyahake NATO alliance. imee-inc s aV thV 1
These assurances d.d not come Jank 1,1 amineauoiis ai
from de Gaullo himself bih Irom'cost tarn. aI : ZL2.:
poU.icians who conferred, oanking" hrt
Kite u. 1.. t .. r--
uasj.eioau uckets (SG2) were
with Dim on the eve of his take
over as premier.
The Socialists were concerned
that de GauUe might upset
French economic and military co
opera. ion" with tne rest of Europe
because of his known desire to
strengthen the French economy
before integrating it with otiiiv
uiMnouieu. aisa h wo ,a h
Follies.. At a direcors- meeting
01 oie same bai. m uc.ooer,
19o5, football ticke co. $76.40. $76.40.-Feuerd
Feuerd $76.40.-Feuerd reserve jnke.s also
charged up $119.68 tor S tickets
tO we uius.cai comeuy 'Val.
ouey. m ai. uiuis, plus 85 base.
European coun.ries in a common' iall Urke s' ($151.5 nrt 57
nicipal opera uckets ($99.75),
De Gaulle has
privately that he wanted to 'OT r.eieral-
strengthen France's army before that thes "chared un si
nteera nff it w th nthPr Knrnn9u h'M1 ...u?e cnar,ea up $1909 (for
- v wpviui 1 npicr m n a yv- n n.
forces. He bad referred 0 NATO
contemptuously as an "American
proiec.orale" which didn't even of
ter much protection. :
Therefore Socialist leaders, in.
eluding ex-Premier Guy Mollet
and ex-President Vincent Auriol
Hew in; a government plane to de
Gaulle's rural re.reat at Colom
bey-les Deux-Eglises for a private
.alk.t They explained their anxie anxieties
ties anxieties x to the, General and asked for
assurances irom him in return
forr their support in the National
poli.ieians with an arrogant snort
through is quillne nose, But the
Socialists held the key to his tak-.
ins power oy lecal means. Thev
had the votes ei.her to block or
anprove his b.d for the premier
Perhaps for this reason. He
Gaulle listened politely. He refus
ed to commit himsel u any spe.
cific course of aciion. However,
he declared solemnly that, he
would honor any treaty madr ; by
t ranee. 'y-'yi-'-xyyyyt
- The Socialists took this to be
Christmas remembrances to.'oer-
sons oiher than .he bank's own
employes who rendered valuble
services to ti'e bank uurin? 1955."
Another audit report by the Fed Federal
eral Federal Rr --lit Baiw of Cleveland
lits ,his 1 em; "Cost of the one tie
luxe sla eroom used by two
members of the head c Office In
Jure, 1952, in the annual lake
cruise sponsored by the Cleveland
Ch-mber of Commerce, $295.".
The same report shows that
the taxpayers were' charged $1S1
for. a boat ride on the Ohio Riv-
Gaulle hatf dismissed Other, Srk"1..
in... J a mot
branch mee'ing in I .nnati, olus
$150 for WLW "en ertainers." -.
' Federal Reserve officials resent
being housed with other Federal
country. They insist on strc p,
mapsionlire Hifict; Patm'i "e "e-cently
cently "e-cently told the Houe Banking
and Currency Cornm' ee:
'4Vhcn it s comes io making the
bask premises hish and plush,
the Reserve banks spare no 'ex 'expense.
pense. 'expense. They soend enough oh .he
premises to have them gold p!?t.
e i. 'isy nave au;-i or.ums in
Joan Crawford's lovelv dausrhtr
Christina has chosen a colu-waier
iiai on econu Aveuue witn a room
mate jus. as nice as she is.. .Mo-
iner anu uad uweii in iusti East'
jia street..; Mus.-go-enjoy; : EUd
Fiugeraiu at tne v,upa. iaiia..ii
Carroll (.she stopped the : sho
cold when-sne was in "House of
Flowers) is a big rave in Rio...
Held over a lor.nijjht,.. Al Morgan
(his platter of "Jealous Heart sold
several million copies three years
ago) just signed long.termer at
tneDunes j vegas), one of the gay gayer
er gayer places. Real piano artistry. The
Jiunyon Cancer Fund just received
hs 518.h and 5l9ih bequests. Fruin
the estates of the late Moses Kuiler
of N.Y.C. and Sarah Licht of L.
A... Thanks to the Sam S. Shubert
Foundation for its $2,500 i. r and
Charles Revsdff (Revlon) foan foan-oiher
oiher foan-oiher dbnt4on'of: $3,000. Never i
penny ever' 'deducted for expense
from donors $. ... ;,
The AruSurGodfrey Talent Sfout
show goes' off the air June 23. .The
staff got their notices'. Upton can cancelled.
celled. cancelled. ..Roberta Sherwood 1, vnA
Earbara Heller who mimics ter
a.yle) apretty swedda to wear dur dur-Ing
Ing dur-Ing the impersonation..: One thing
ya gotta admit about .he old soft
snoe.-Lotsa folks still eet a dek
positive assurance naioe uauue thv huv nrac k
would not scrap France's military I y tafSJM"
nri ernnnmi im.ra.nli.', t nl.f ..a0 JD "e fOn auditorium of
me iteserve system cost $6000, a
scumiure an'i "-"rn in S. Loiis
and economic, agreements. Later
they passed the word to the Amer-
1 . i. iv tiling
ican amoassy ,.na- naio. wouia tosethor ?r nnn rw vT.h i
remain intact under de GauUe. 1 J?l
Note-it was shortly after the'..-fd??ui gars
?They pav lare sums in on inn
lana ana aiiow tne options to cx-
headed for Paris
" ..-j ....... ana pnffinpprc' feoff nciiollv mith
w Me mouoiain going .-Jaauioot inAielt..;n j,n u ,,,t
enmi urive simi'lai" ' 1 ... r.vn v o
NATIVE'S RETURN TO INDIA
Judge D. S.' Saundi; the' popular
India-born Congressman from Cal
iforma,' svs .bit wheftv he .toured
out indicate" Yo" he luckv con.
tractor is selected, and the pay
for cost'v nlpns for buildings that
are no buii:.!'.. 4
i WASHSHlNCTON WHIRL
the Far East;jusl before Co 'm'rEasland V -Trt ;t i
m.V muummO' k. hi. iv". .s ianu.' a' ; t art bl" I
gress opened, he and his wife
Marian, a native of Massachusetts,
were given the red-carpet trea -ment
wherever they : went. They
were especially welcomedin the
tiny village of Chhajalwadi In the
out of It... Several of the chorincstnd .'reading about the world lead'
in "un, taptaini wear gold se.
quins pasted on vheif eyelids, whic
flash when the gels blink.,.v Gene
Baylos headlines, the "Mn Kellys
bill (in Chicago) when pretty Peg Peggy
gy Peggy Dietrick debuts there Nov. 2
after a run at Ben Blues laugh laugh-rioi
rioi laugh-rioi spot in San.a Monica..,-Gordon
Jenkinds gifted her with spe.
cial ditties because she's 'such a
nice guy...' One Bway spot had se seven
ven seven pipple for its midnighter. Six
were press cuffos.
, tasfa Kirk La Talent) is laying
off too long,. Cmon, arreddeee..! arreddeee..!-tem
tem arreddeee..!-tem submitted by an oaf: "Sidney
Chaplin, itemed as Noelle Adams
latest romance, merely minding
the store while his buddy, Gene
Kelly, is away," 1Haw)... Recom Recommended:
mended: Recommended: Dave Apollon's "Lots of
Love,"' an album of laments.. In
the Tender Trap they were gab.
bing about the amazing $ucce$$ of
Desi and Lucy, one af.er another:
"What are they trying to provo,
asked a wag, "that teevee work
is steady?"... Keely Smith and
groom Louis Prima get their big
kicks these, midnights consigning
Runyon Fund checks to hospitals
and doctors. They are new mew
bers of the Runyon Committee.
The Torch Is when your baybee
has outgrown you. .. .
(between numbers of the talented
Five Commuters): "I'm divorcing
my wife'.. ?; 'Yeah? who's the
lucky girl?",.. Eavesdropped at
Er Morocco: "Ya gotta hand i.
to Perry Como. He's lasted longer
than most teevee starM".. "He's
lasted longer than most sponsors"
...They were 'panning a television
no-talent: "He's becoming the
number one tee-wee star ... Hey,
Bob. Why does somebody alwavs
suggest a spaghe.ti dinner when
you re ; wearing your best tie..
Simile: "He's as hard to get used
to as a new toothbrush''.. They
say Elvis borrowed "Hound Dog"
from Freddy Bell and the Bell
'Boys .act, He heard them do it
and then dood itjumping into the
millionaire class... B'way Confu
cius: Broadway Knocker is Small
Time Punk with Big-Time Envy.
QUESTIONS JOrDANIAN MOVE
PARIS (UPD France charged
yesterday that Jordanian officia-s
took over part 6f the French Em Embassy
bassy Embassy In Amman June S "under
the pretext of installing new of
fices" for the- Jordan-Iraq Arab
federal state. The Embassy build,
ing had been closed since France
and Jordan- broke off diplomatic
relations following the Sues inva invasion
sion invasion of October, 1956.-
throne of eight
sand people from .the surrounding
countryside jammed the streets of
Chhajalwadi cheering' and throw-
in flowers. Saund was deeoly
touched by the reception. After
it ws over, he remarked nostai.
gically to his ifef U
"When I was a boy in this vil village,
lage, village, the world was so different.
I remember going to school heie
ers of that day. Most xj them
are passed on. There ? re : few
great men, left in the world to
da V.". '':rf-''v;..fi:V,i.i..
Yes," agreed Mrs. Saund, "and
there's one less than you think ?
... FEDERAL RESERVE
Tne hitherto secret "entertain
ment" exoenses of onn of the most
sacrosanct agencies in Washing,
ton, .the staid old Federal Re
lerve System, have come under
the watchful eye of Rep. Wrigh'
Patman of TexarTtana. Patman
proposes to investigate these ex
penses plus the government's
Patman has evidence that Fed
eral Reserve Bank officers hav
been charging up a variety of S"
cial extravagances. Including lu"
banquets, free travel for wives
Righter,' is prepufin- to meddle
in the affairs of n" I -borins Ar Arkansas.
kansas. Arkansas. Shortly before Gov. Orval
Fpubus faces the voters in ; t'n
Arkansas primary July 29, East-'
anajintenos t rail Mr. and Mis.
Faubus tried to pin the Commu
nist label oh the Lorches dur-'ig
the school-inte?rtinn riofS at Lit-"
tie Rock last fall.- He accused the
Lorches of 'S'irrng up the rioli;
although the FBI found it w a s
Faubus' own henchmen who orga organized
nized organized the mob. .Rv rphnaliim
the ; Governor's charges just be.
fore the Arkansas primary, East Eastland
land Eastland hopes to re-elect Faubus. .
Incidentally, Faubus based his
Communist charges' against tni
Lorches on the word of J. 3.
Mathews, Senator McCarthy's dis.
credited former aide; who. s'arred
up a national hul abaloo by charg.
ing that the f Protestant churched
are- infiltrated with Communist
Ironically, Faubus would have
trouble himself passip a McCsr
:hy-type loyalty : test. Faubus was
once studen borfv. oresWen' ol
Commonwealh College which has
beep Red-fisted by the Justice
IORDANIAN SPY SENTENCED
AM?7,,N. Jordan (UPI A mill
tary court last night sen.
red Suleiman Mahmoud, ol
"urfanja in Northern Jordan, tg
v1 yers at hard labor for spying
vl" Israel. Three other persons
' r-'iv nentepoes of 10 years al
tard labor on the same char'
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9 Spanish hero
13 Italian city
14 Garden tool
IS Greek letter
24 -Angaies ;
29 Horse's gait
37 Up to date
38 Division of
35A in the
12 Varnish ;
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53 Literary bits
54 Disagreed ;
v woodman ot :
57 On tht water
31 Thai language
4 Used for :
biting '-.,"' rs,'
5" -House of
6 Property ..
7 Solar disk
8 Fortification --:
: --: 9 Cleaners
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25 Russian city
Answer to PrevTous Purile
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28 Author, 45 Alights '."i"
Runyan 48 Cloy
30 Unadulterated 47 Blackbirds of
33 Rope fiber
48 Get up
50 Western state J
51 Bristle (
52 Paradise '.
55 "My Gal
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Rcc!:efcl!:r Report Suggests Th:t US
Adopt Policy To Keep Prices Down
' PRESENTATION EXERCISES were recently held In the Albrook Air Force Base conference room for the latest graduates of fhe Base 'Management' Course for
...USAF supervisors. Diplomas were presented by Col. Arthur P. Hurr. base com mander. The course is only one of many given throughout the Air Force to nnn
4 commissioned officers and civilians to encourage high morale,' effective super- vision and increased effeciency.. r- ,. (Official USAF Photo) A
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by Erskine Johnson
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" PANAMA AND CANAL ZONE AUTO CLUB PRESIDENT, Tom Burrow, Second from left), re-
; ceives a medal from the Auto Club. of .Messina,. Italy. It was presented by three Italian jour;-1
v nalists shown above who are making a 100,000 miles trip around the world in a Jeep,. They are
r U to r) j6antl .Visalli, Orlando Salvatore and Giuseppe Stornioli. ; They .have been '''all' ovejf
jt Africa,1 and have driven through South' America before Teaching Panama. They left Panama
with a ?hny new- Panama and Canal Zone Auto tag showing the world-famous AAA insignia.
' Vitlv more than; 5,700,000 ni.embers tit the United .States, vtheir; AAAtag, should make friend"
.-.'lor- them.ArtV v'-''i..'';T-; i.-M' -'mV- w r
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ATLANTA June 16 (UPI)-Tlie
' eaerai highway trogiam is provr
mg too hoc top some siaies io nan nan-die,
die, nan-die, v ..t-?--''v:i;K
- ome states have ; .tossed tne
joo o. buying rights -ot way back
to the lederalv government be-
cuse loai laws were, stacKea aj
Wniie -congressional observers
have reported remarkably little
shaay money grabbing; tjie pro pro-cram
cram pro-cram .has touched of! something
like a gold rush in some states
alrm: it witnin me law.
The federal government held up
tunas in Arizona several monms
ago, until several alleged frauds
jcould be checked, but U.S.? funds
were found not involved ana tne
urogram was: not slowed up
,( (But in- Georgia, where the? only
rontroversv has concerned not
fraud' but.-prices; 'the. program
ground to a halt because built.
in legal hurdles Vwere making it
tOO COStly. :rS''::'iyy(::i'i-'
j Florida law is similarly 'Stacked
so strongly in favor of the land landowner
owner landowner that the government has
balked. - Z?: i-h-p- :C--
Some other states, simply dump dumped
ed dumped such problems in the lap of
theU., S. i Justice ; Department,
. tasking it-' to condemn '.the land
under federal law and deed it
i In Georgia, boards of' apprals
lersthey're local men and they
know it's. 80-Der cent federal mon.
yr-are setting land-boom values
n strips of right-of way being
bought for superhighways. ';
t Benton Odump state highway
itreasurer, cited one case in which
a tract appraised before hand at
95,000 as priced by an ap.
tpraisal board at $51,000 thus
starting another appeal suit
mrough the courts.
, Then came the blow that made
iGeorgia throw in the towel. The
Georgia Supreme Court ruled that
lin such a case the land owner
would have to be paid the $51,000
berore the state could appeal.-
Since the federal government
will not make its 90 per cent
contribution available until after
the appeal is decided, this meant
me state would have to tie up
its own money during years of
' Losses in interest alone would
be heavy. Odum said there
wasn't enough money in the en entire
tire entire state treasury to do this. The
Diillfis Says Mis
Sol Qsiile Ready
i WASHINGTON (UPI) Secre Secre-tary
tary Secre-tary iOf .State John Foster Dulles
saiu yesieraay tne western ..auies
whole program ground to a halt.' would -stand firm against Soviet
Florida law reauires the state
to post twice the appraisal value.
This was khown in adVantaefr not
thrust upon the Highway, Depart
mem, m mw-program oy a? sur surprise
prise surprise court decision: :as m Geor.
To avoid tying' un astronomical
sums in aouoie value escrow
pressure .for a hasjty, symmit con,
c cute.' k v
Dulles aid it : probably ; would
be several months before a deoi.
sion .is reached, as to whether ; i
heads of government- meeting
wouia neip solve any cold, war
Lint.......' u i j I 6V"' ,. 3UUCI BUUll
fundsj highway ; men were deter- conclusion based on'iacts, not on
mined to .- negotiates every pur, some false emotion hi 9iH
L'Mse . ann kpph n r f nr..- rnurr.
false emotion.." he said.
n a- .tot-. T .rui.r.r """
1M llliu UUUUlC.Imn ttllt 'iiimn f
, tv. ( ... w.... UIVbUUE
despite- this precaution, M'o 'Zir
. The' highway men found they! vrwiems -separating
had to pay a price averaging i !heComm"n!st and. free worlds,
eight to JO per tent above the! w-mW that perhaps "we can
aUUI'H SHIK nillS 'fl TP0 TAP THA IQtirlL.
owner's attorney to k $ each
transaction out of court
The federal government halta
at paying these premiums." -itight
now tne state is trvme to wnrk
out an .aereeihent mAir whih
the federal government will pay
uie apparaisai once ann. tne state
the excess.',: s '.fV.W'
worth Carohna already lia
woraea out an agreement where whereby
by whereby the- federal government navs
90 per Cent 'of the appraised val val-ue
ue val-ue and. the state picks up the tab
for: the difference..;";.:-; 7,'!',,.v,
y JACKSON, Miss! ftTFt) Ejvis
Presley is 'soending his- Army
leave like thousands of h other
servicemen-r-catching; up on lost
sleep. A Jackson newspaper re-
puner cauea rresiey:s nome "- in
Memphis and was told that tho
rock 'n roller wouldn't be up until
3 p.m.- yY.:-'v;-r.
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STEEL UPTURN SEEN.
PITTSBURGH (UPI)-ljohes and
'-aughiin Steel Corn; -sais. Tues
day, it is anticipating an, Iipturn
insteel orders in the third quar.
ter and will reopen its Cleveland
works on July 1. J., and L, closed
the plant in February to allow
completion of a big improvement
some tmnes at the 'summit
betted. than elsewhere." t
At present,' Dulles, said, "'the
United States and its allies are
carefully, studying the wisdom of
holding such a meeting. This is
being handled chie ly through dip.
lomatic explorations in Moscow,
he said. i ,! $'.
"I would think itr would fc'mtt.
eral months be.'ore we could come
to' a f final' conclusion,"- be said.
JJuues discussed summit Vrres.
Tects in -fan interview with ReP
Kenneth; B.- Keating (R.N.Y.)
which was, filmed for TV before
Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev
sent his latest letter to President
Eisenhower' Thursday- urging
speea in. arransinc a summit, rnn
ao iar, there have been few
signs that the Soviets ; would be
wunng to make concessions at
neads of government meeting
wim.-u wuuiu settle ny serious
vHowever, the United States and
its al'ies are hoping that their
continued diplomatic probing will
make concessions which would
ieaa to a worthwhile ; conference
REDS LEAVE ROMANIA 5
VIENNA (UPI)-The first con.
iingent oi soviet troops' to- return
to Russia under the new Soviet
decision to reduce its romanlan
occupation forces left Braila, a
town iff southeast R nm,4ii vac
terday. Bucharest BaHiv .-.m n
HOLLYWOOD, ftfEAV- 'Falling
asleep m front of your TV set?
Not turning it on as often? Par
ticular about your choice, of mo
If your answer to these Ques
tions is "Yes." you could be suf
fering from Enteriainent Fatigue.
with accompanying strained yes
pooped derriere and the critical
wan, "It's gotta be GOOD."
Hollywood discovered some time
ago that it's, getting tougher all
the time to please today's' high high-quality
quality high-quality demanding audiences. Now
TV is saying the same thing.. -.'En
tertainment Fatigue could be-the
answer, and TV an take the rap
for it. f 1 ,. i
IN, 10 YEARS of TV 1948-,5S
average persons, 45 years ori old
er, repent w per cent more -time
watching TV screens than they
spent in theaters as averaeu v.eck.
ly movie-goers, during til of the
30- years from. 1920 to 19504
In 10 years of TV: average per persons,
sons, persons, 35. years of age who became
double-feature movie, fans, say at
the' age of 6, spent 450 per-,ccnt
more time watching Dome screens
than they spent in theaters as aver
age weekly movie-goers during, all
.ne. years irom ims to isso.
' The figures, based on movie' and
TV entertainment seen by aver,
age persons 45 years or older, are
staggering. Now hear this:
IN 30 N YEARS (1920-'50) of thp
weekly movie-going habit, consider
ing- two-hour single feature-shorts
newsteei programs for. the first 20
years, and then three-hour double-
feature programs, you saw appro
ximately 4,vav. movies. .
' 'That's about 3,640 hours of screen
watching in ,30 years.
(But in the first 10 years (1948-
'58) Ot TV- WOW!
Kurlng 30 ye.of'movie ye.of'movie-5'"g'
5'"g' ye.of'movie-5'"g' ?.L Per film
' Z -Ieu '10U star entertain entertain-hhnm
hhnm entertain-hhnm scheeof how ad
off" .P"1?.8' rousWy 22,
flriAee trAiiH .mir .. .
j. uui iv screen in
SO NOW YOU knoV why only
ipr. E? Fa dy
Us a pIiib in hnft. w..r: j
f r quaiHI' 1V can prosper on on-1
1 on-1 1tunWy. And if yoB Z
quality ( is the best 'medicjne.
WASHINGTON (UPI) A new
Rockefeller report urged this
country yesterday to adopt a per.
manent low-tariff policy to keep
prices down and help combat the
Russian economic offensive.
The, 112-page report conceded
tmat some U. S. industries would
suffer, from foreign competition
but it said most of the firms
were '"well able to meet such
- It is essential that the Recmro.
cal Trade Agreements Act be
made "a permanent part of our
national policy," the r e p o r t
urged. -'.: ... ,- ; ....
The newest Rockefeller reoort.
third in a: series, is called "for.
elgn economic policy for the
twentieth century." It was we.
pared by 100 economists and, a
panel ot prominent citizens.-
The report was financed by the
Rockefeller Brothers Fund, which
published earlier reports on the
v. b. military posture and this
country's economic and social
Members of the panel included
uiesier Bowies, former ambassa
dor to India: AHnlf A Rori t
former 1 assistant secretary of
state, ana ambassador to Brazil:
iuuum aaiz, airecior oi interna.
tionai legal studies at Harvard
and one time director of the
Marshall Plan in Europe; David
Rockefeller, vice chairman of the
board of i directors- for the Chase
iHannatran Hank; and Forrest D.
Murden, 'former economic adviser
to this country's United Nations
, The -report said the inflow of
foreign goods oermittprf hv
tarms- wouia "mcrease the com
petitive discipline that is jnajor
eaieguara against intuition."
ihe freer access of foreign
producers to our market will help
kck juice irom rising, tne re re-port
port re-port said, "especially when con.
sumer demand in ; the U n 1 1 e d
States is pressing against our c.
K sj'd low-tarift agreements
and other international economic
understandings also would help
"nb!;, -Russian trade competL
tl5n',.Tys'.C0mPetiti0I. It predict,
ed "will be intensified."
The report reoeated Eispnhnui
assertion that about 4,500,Q00 V
U. S. jobs are dependent on for.
eign trade. It said foreign trade
provides more direct jobs than
the auto, steel, chemical and tex textile
tile textile Industries combined.
The report urged this country
w encourage regional and inter.
national economic organizations
aimea at, lowering tariffs.
:. -v ''v'
,! The writers comblained that n
effective U. S. foreign economic
poncy naj oeen blocked by
uick ra n miormed and coo:
cernea puo ie opimon.';
"There 'does not exist an ade.
puuuc .awareness oi our
staxe m world economic and so,
Ciai progress" it sad 'W ha
our leadership been effective in
winging it aDOUt. .
. AOSTA, Italy (LTD FL:
year-old Armando Saptioro v.
freed last April of ctarres
stealing 14 motorcycles and aba i.
doning them when they ran o. :
of gasoline because he promi; ;
never to touch a motorcyc a
again. He was arrested yesterday
and charged with the theit of s. i
WANTS "WATCHDOG" A
congressional watchdog subcom
mittee is neeled to "ride herd"
on the House Foreign Affairs s
Committee. So says its acting
chairman, Thomas E. Morgan,
above. Morgan says his com committee
mittee committee will consider creation of
the "monitoring;, unit after the J
multiblllion-dollar foreign aid
bui clears Congress.
; HOT COCOA!
'Here's a way to make
every day more fun
Sweet Milk Cocoa! It's a.
treat for the whole family.
' $0 chocolaty and debV
'cious. So nourishing, too!
Ever Ready contains rich,
whole milk and sugar. AH
you add is hot water to
make the very best cocoa
. Nestld's EverReady
Conservative .' estimates for the
electronic era, based on polls I'm
tola, says the average adult watch
ed TV four hours oer da v. Broken
down it adds up to: ,
j ; BEDS: M
ill -..' D?SS,'S'
(39 enume maany complete... 65.00 7.00
iNl derr .Hollywood, Style, complete 59.00 V 7.00 I
f v. J Metal panel Double with NEW mattress 49.00 5 00 I Ml
. It 3 f Meta Pan" with, used, mattres, 29.00 5!oo 500
j rmy Style WO mattress ; 6.95 ', 3,UU
b f DPu,b'9 cker Bunk Beds with full mattresses 69.00 7.00 '- S.OO ;
LIVING rtOOr.1 SUITES: - -.; -:..-.,
I ' T ' V t i 1,. V ' ) f ' '
TWENTY EIGHT, hours of TV
watching in a seven-day week:
1.456 hours in a-.year and 14,560
hours for the 10-year period.
Let s say you also averaged a
couple of two-hour stage shows a
year for. those 10 years (40 hours)
plus 12 three-hour movie programs
a year during- the same 10 years.
That's another 360 hours., So from
1948 to 1958 you watched stage,
TV, and screen for a grand total
of 14,960 hours! ...
So compare: 1
i A diet of 4.000 hours of mnvle
and stage entertainment, in 30
years' before TV. s
A -diet of 14,960 hours 'of' mov
ie, stage and TV entertainment
during the last 10 years!
NO WONDER vou mav have V.n-
tertinment Fatigue caused by. the
noveity oi i v, not tne qualrtly
(now worrying Tpf.) Now ,. hear
In the last 10 years of TV, stage
and movies you:
watcned 10,960 more hours of
entertamment than you did in the
SO years from 1920 to 1950. But. of
uiese nours you snent in 3U vpars
of movie-going! '; -.-v:
That, contrasts with Jimt eiv
months of movie watching during i
... r-.wu.f ,- ... ;., -..
DINIfJG ROOr. SIUTFS:
4' Lovely and modern Wrought Iron ( Spc.)..',
j- Plastic and" leatherette suites '' 189.00
.: (your choice of styles and colors) . '. .from 175.00
I V II V
Other Liyingroom Sets .'l...,.......from 99.00
, Modern Mahogany (5 pc.)
. 5, pc. Chrome Dinette sets . .. .
Used Mahogany Dining Room Sets
WE ALSO HAVE:
. : (The Only Store of its Kind In Panama)" :
: ,V NATIONAL AVE.,, tfo. 41 (AUTO ROW)
Tels.: 3-4911 3-734S
;'; ; J WEEK ONLY
,ji! -y--f -.
Two "phico" de Oro Tradlna; Stamps Instead f
1 on each down payment.
J5.00 Down Payment-lOB "Chico" de Oro Stamps
, "'" ; v--' i. -n-', ".-si nU-.. !' ...
-s. r- 1
' '.- -. .1 -J
: "3' ;
.M. .MJc:,33-9 Miles per Gallon (last tesri
-J 7 l'
i 1 i i ; I I :
- r NO DEMONSTRATION RIDES HERE Local outboard motor boat dealers in.Shreveport, La., turned thefy craft
v ; over to civil defense Workers to rescue families marooned, by the flood waters of the rampaging Red river.
' M ;iia.lsf 1 ill 1 l i s:
' i 1 9 S : i I I X If I
V ; I I jff
, . V--iff v If- j
J I 5 1
i', SLOWED DOWN TO A 'CRAWL' It looks asvif stars Silvana Magnano and Tony Perkins have both been gunned 1
i 'i : J--.. i- i i k v.iii. ii ; i i. j ml. l T.T-n-.t i :
uuwu uuiiii ci uctnuuiii waiue, uui uiey ui just going uiiuugii u new udute tiaier i iik k-iumi, uii iiuiiwyuu sew
Pulling Wool Over Their Eyes
SHEEP ARE SHEDDING their overcoats hi the west- .'example,' thft shearing operation is done- by experts'' -. -
em part of the United States. Herders and sheep from provinces in Spain and Italy) They handle the ;
iJdogs are rounding them 'up and pushing them through '? sheep with gentleness, but in a brisk, business-like way.' 1
corrals where they are, sheared,' Near Boise, Id., for Using electric clippers,-they shear 1,800 sheep a day.', . 'v
V POSING'S NO PROBLEM Lovely Princess Deslree, V FLARE-UP ON IIGNAL HILL Flames leap 900 feet
' wearing a sparkling smile and a white gown, poses into the' air following a series M explosions that
. in one of the rooms of the royal castle in Stock- ; rocked the Hancock Oil refinery in Signal Hill,.
holm. She will celebrate her 20th birthday in June. near Long Peach, Calif. Note tank (foreground), ;
FOR THE PEAK OF TV PERFORMANCE Nestling In a depression atop Mount Saentis in Switzerland is a new tele tele-vislon
vislon tele-vislon transmitting station that is the highest in Europe. It is 8.210 feet aboveea level. Repairmen won't have to
be professional mountain climbers to reach the Swiss installation. An aerial cable car provides a ready access.
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Wooly and well-ftd, sheep art herded into a corral near Bolso. The'rt men will separate them from their wool.
Wool ft packtdnto bo holding 250 pounds. After shearing, they are branded wi'Ih tgr-pcint.
X Kiuy Features Sjntticafe
AT, JTXZ 15, in
t:;- fan a a .kyizicxs an ixcrrrxiENT lailt newspaper
mi nffmb, h'hrntftl, parti
3t "ff it nttvJ ly uftpfitnt
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AWARD PALAC10S PAINTINGS ON I.XH1B1T
Ak 'ihli HOTEL WASHINGTON IN COLON 1
1 v An exhibit of paintings by the Spanish painter Ampnn.
Palacios de Escriva is now at the Hoicl Washington in Co Colon
lon Colon and will be there until .June .22.. The artist was intro introduced
duced introduced to the guests at the opening of the exhibit by the
Span.sh vice-consul, Antonio Aibcroia ; .
' Amparo Palacios has been invited to exhibit her ?ant--ln
in Pittsburgh. Pa before returning to Spain.
William G.' Bingham v
a uacaeior 04. "Jusinesa adrainls-
Uduuii uC'eice was lOilicUcu ujJUll
Vvmam u. iiiuguatii, auu 0. r.
1.. .iiigilam 01 ms iJui, uiu'liig
recent coiinneucemenv exercise
b Willi U.uvOlSK) 01 uialllll.
iUr. iUlg.iailt a a gl'ol.uie' o
at 4uut! vifiuor couejje in jSaiooa.
i.O uO.ua a.t uSaOUdw! 111 UfUi UB.
gree iroin ue lauer. . I
at uie uvtisny oi Aliaml he
was a memoer Oi tne iewman
fcii o, the jaaiugtiiiieui Ciuu, wie
society ior uie Acivaflcemmil ui
iuitiuoiiitat! iu uie uoui: ntHa-
Li. v.01. and Mr. Saustr f
Dtpart tomorrow .
to anu iu.li. Ciare VV. Saus.
er anu tneir lamily xeave lomor.
tow on Lie Uo.io ulusons. UH.
a'auser s next assignment, will De
at i'oii tiTi&i, w.u nicir oldest
uaugnier win remain 111 Manama
to continue ner studies -at Maria
(Bu Z)orotliu SfCilaalL
at a 9
Amparo Palacios 1'
....Kie.t u-ro Palacios
bora m xrtrteiou, she cau oe CQiw
iieu as a vaieucun owing.
tne wet fciie ha waa
UU .aiiuuuu. t.puai 01
bpain. i,eiougiuv- '0 a iainny cou
wvsac ciaviae,- sue dia not swrk
to paiu. enousiy uuku aiu ti
Cio'e 01 tne bpauish uvil War.
A Her paintings have been shown-
in many cmes ui .vr .vr-are
are .vr-are hiciuaeu tii oiwt
ipctions in bpain,
fanu aad tao unueu sfcW. mN
her .outstanding works 0. art may
be menuoned we panning ot ioiu
murals in as many panels in .the
bmaucipator s nai.. ot
nic Cultural Institute ot Maarid
exdmpinying motives Oi .&panibn
Danltl Ericourt ioloiit With
Tht national bympnony lonight
Daniel Ericourt, eminent U(
pianisi, will be the soloist wun
the National Symphony orcnestra
at Ue iNational ineatre tomgnt.
ine concert will begin at h.U wuh
Director Herbert; De Castro on tne
Beethoven's Seventh Symphony
Ojus 9, will open the program.
It will bo- followed by sy mpnonic
: variations tor piano and crimes,
tra by Cesar Francis anu the Con.
cert'o for fiano and Orchestra No.
1 in E. Flat by Franz Liszt.
Tickets can be otaincd today at
th A.mnnl Theatre from 3 p.m.
David Mlchaal Leonard
Home lor Vacation
David Michael Leonard Jr. son
of lui', biitt. Mra. i. At. Leonaru
of 1 Cangrejo arriveu uome re.
cenuy to spend the summer with
Tea in Honor of
Mrs. Graciela Quan
Members of. the Panamerican
Round Table were hots at a tea
he d Saturday afternoon at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Goli Club honoring Mrs.
Graciela JJuan V.r president of the
Commission of In.er American
Women of the OAS. Mrs. Quan
Mi Panama yesterday morning to
continue her, trip through Central
tacit aohc Ht inclusie in tkit
column ihtula kt tubmitlt M
lvik-wntt taim ma mail4
th ki numbti liit4 daily
cial anf OtSrwn," (itlira4
t h.na tht Htc. Noticai of
aattini caaaer k accavtad k
The t-sther Circ'e of the Balboa
Union Church will meet tonight at
7:30 with Mrs. Ernest C. r nwers,
759.A Barnabv Street. Balboa.
Mrs. Elsie Saunders will give
the devotions and Mrs. Louis Fiske
will--present the program.
The isthmian Canal Rebecca
Lodee No. 1 of R.O.O.F will hold
a meeting on Tuesday evening at
7:30 in the wiriz Memorial uaii,
Studantt Homo for Vacation
Among the students retuning'on
the SS Ancoa last week, were James
Reece,. son 0. Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
Reece of Diablo Heights, who at.
tends Dartmouth College in Han.
over, N. .'1. Also home irom Datt.
mourn are unns liearon, son of
Capt. and Mrs." W. C' Hearon of
Balboav,and Dicky Wright, son of
Mr.'and Mrs.vW TJ4 Wright of
Mike Kocher, son 0' Mr.1 and Mrs.
C. E. Kocher of Diablo came from
Carnegie Tech. in Pittsburgh and
Robert W, Rennie, son of Capt.
box seati will be $1.50, the areas' "n e 01 Ancoi.,
cLl M ) anc l the .balcony, 50 from the University 0' Maryland.
Naval Of.ic.rsTv.s lOlslblO tM Clljb
Ciub Ko HoH Lunchtoii
Sen 01 Fl. Amdor
- MERCERSBURG, Pa.,-t Allen"
F, Jones, son of Col- ana
R. A. Jones, Jr., G-3 Hq. USAR USAR-CARIB,
CARIB, USAR-CARIB, Ft. Amador, Canal 2Jone
received a diploma at the 65 an
nual June commencement ot itie
Mercersburg Academy held her
las' week. One hundred twenty se seniors
niors seniors were graduated at the cere
mony, which marked the culmina
tion of two days of commencem commencement
ent commencement festivity. ... -
" Jones, wno entered Mercersbug
in 1956, was a member of the Ca Ca-ducean
ducean Ca-ducean Club (future doctors), the
Interna. ional Club, the Story Bat Batter
ter Batter Dramatic Club, He also, held
membership In Les Copians f ( ho honorary
norary honorary French Club), the Marshals
of the Field. aod eaa on the elec
tions commiltee and the class da?
committee. He was also a cnapel
usher and ar en.ertainment usher.
He was on the Student Council and
was a member of the Marshall
Literary Society. In sports he par.
ticipaled in football and soccer.
He received a .ai(y "M" in
swimming, which entitled him to
membership In the Varsily Club.
Miss Midnight's Notebook: EUa
FiUgerald, just back from her Eu Eu-rnDean
rnDean Eu-rnDean tour, is weighing two pro-
' fposals of marriage one from a
New York doctor, tne ower irora
a Philadelphia night club owner.
Her chums think she'll say hes to
the Philly fellow and ,soon .
rnmmvr Frank Loesser is search
ing for a beautiful 17-year-old girl
wuh a legitimate soprano voice ior
the lead in "Greenwillow,'.' the mu mu-aieal.
aieal. mu-aieal. he'i fashioninfi from B. .J-
Shute'i best-selline noveL Ihe part
should guarantee stardom ior
some Cinderella ...The Andy ("No
Time for Sergeants") Grunins
nlan tn adnat a child in North Ca
rolina ... Andre Kostelanetz dined
with a chic golden-haired belle at
Quo Vadis the other evening, but
none 01 the eiegani ruDoernecKb
present had a clue to her identity
... Aeent Audrey Wood is receiv
ing bids for stage and screen
rights tct Truman Capote's short
novel, "Breakfast at xiuany s,"
although it won't be on the book bookstalls
stalls bookstalls until Autumn Tha sudden
and mysterious decision of the
Haroer's Bazaar editors not to
publish it In one issue of the ma magazine
gazine magazine created considerable ad advance
vance advance Interest.; '.' v. r,
' When Richard Avedon went to
photograph T. S. Eliot for its forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming tome, "Observations," the
brilliant author:; refused to pose
without his young bride, who is
also his secretary. He spent a
considerable portion of the time
sitting holding hands with her and
lovingly chuckling her under the
show, and the only other sounds
were native chants and drum
Pearl Buck's first play, "Three
Against Time," may wind up with
simultaneous premieres in Switzer Switzerland,
land, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, and Broad
way, U.S.A. .Billy Bloomingdale
of the department store clan is so
excited over losing 35 pounds he s
thinking of marketing the; little
white pills that caused the small
Cameron Mitchell, starring in a
touring company of "The King
And I," keeps three tanks of- oxy oxygen
gen oxygen in 'his dressing room ... Lou
Holtz tells chums he took a paper
loss of 1100.000 in the stock market
decline but wont sell because ha
expects the stocks to go up again
... Judy Garland has to' put up a
substantial cash bond before she
can begirt her singing engagement
at the OJcoanut Grove'in Los An Angeles.
geles. Angeles. The management is nerv nervous
ous nervous because of her goof-offs in tha
Imogene Coca's romance with
comedian Mickey Deems appeara
tp be bavin? a long run. She catch-
es his ac almost niphtly at Jullui
Monk's Downstair Room V., ,TheJ
Pat flvnns (he's the son of tha
late political boss) are knittihf ti tiny
ny tiny earments after eight years- 0!
marriage, .;: .;; .; ,.';;; -i
members OF THE NCO "WIVES' CLUB of .Fort Kobbe are pictured dur ng- a, farewell coffee.
Riven for Mrs. Robert W. Garrett, left rear, wife of the commanding officer,' 1st Battle .Group
anth Tnfantrv Fort Kobbe. Club president, Mrs. Bunny Rhodes, right, presents a hand-paint-;,
ed btSto MrsF Garrett as a gift from the club. Left to rjsht are: Mrs. Nellie Har Mrs.
Mamie iiuaena, mis. rtcuw dwm ug, ; (uuu xiii.yi uu iiuj.
Grace Sonnenscheln, Mrs.
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The Naval Ofiiceis' Wives Club
wli hold its regular 1 mummy iun.
' cheon tomorrow at hoon at the
' Fort Clayton Officers' Club.
' There will be a no host, card
: party following the luncheon.. Late
1 'reservations or cancellations may,
is made by iciepnonlng Mrs. C.
J J. Hof er at Navy 3665. ;
Mist Norma Jenki
' MisS .Norma Jenks,-daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. RicharJ H. Jcnks of
' Balboa, earned class honor In the
first semester of this academic
year at Russell Sage College in
:-: Troy, New York. Miss Jenks. is
majoring in business and will be
a member 0' the Junior class next
year. She will return. 10 Ihe Is'h
i mus la'ef this month' to spend ire
. holidays with her parents.
M JVP Tcn!,-hl
, The first of 'a semi mon'hly sum summer
mer summer .Fer's .o' nroarams will be
Presented tonight by the Diablo
Camera Club at the USO JWU
The orosram begins at 7:30 m.
. "Crossroads Por rait", a colur
story of Pnama ahd the Canal
7.one. vill be 'he iihislrated tool"
for this evening. In conjunction
with :its color slides', the Csmfa
Club will offer a running comment,
The initial topic of the Disbio
Camera Club't nroject fpr sum summer
mer summer entertainment and informa
tion for isthmians, nay tnhule 0
the ou'stanriing sights to be 'seen
in he Canal Zone and inPanama
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- Used daily, new Arrid wiu
Perstop Is 1 Vi times as effective
; as til leading deodorants tested.
Arrid stops odor w cmtut and
, kteps it iway for 24 hours.
Non-stainlng-Arrid Is ap approved
proved approved by tha American Insti Institute
tute Institute of Laundering.
Don't be half safe, v
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When gossir) trie to pump
you to find out information about
a friend of yours, the best defense
is to play dumb, uven tnougn you
could answer the gossiper a quel
Hon it donsft't mean vou.havet 0
Just act vaiue and change iho
subject when someone is trymg to
get you 'to reveal information yoJ
know shouidn t ve reveaiea 10 mat
particular person.. ,
He thinks his wife IS 10 year
voiineer than he is. Actually she
I lacks only a few months of being
hi asp. i
A woman "friend" who happens
tn know the wife's 1 true aee and
Is tired of -hearing her remind her
husband of the' great difference in
their ages, thinks she ought to be
. Why? Granted that "a, woman
shouldn't lie to her husband about
anything including her age who
would be made happier. if the eat
were let out 0 the ag now?
"The husband apparently is pleas,
erl to think he ir married to a wo woman
man woman much younger than he is. Ana
the wi'e enjovs playing the role
of younger wife.
. Tne only person who would be
,made happy if the wife's true age
were brought to light is the "friend
who resents having her get away
with the decention.
' But if the ''friend" will Just be
oatient, she'll, see Justice triumph
In the .end. Because every year
she lives it will be haroer for. the
wife to play her role of younger
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With careful dieting and exer exercise
cise exercise and hair-dyeing and facials a
woman Can beat, the tell tale signs
of ge for a while. ;
But as the signs grow stronger,
she is fiffhting a losing battle. Sa
thaf even an easily decived hus hus-shnd
shnd hus-shnd is bound to see in time that
his wife must Tiot be. a young as
gh Says she is. -r ,' '' ;
That 1a why.lt Is 'oolish aslweU
s 'rorg 'or a woman to lie a.
bolit her agp tn the man she mar.
ri"V In-foolin him she sets her herself
self herself an Impossible job keeping
hi,4oAlei through the yiara
Marriage can only be easy and
coVort-ble between a husband
snd.wife who can afford to be
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SEiCORITA ELSAVALDE9 was Jnatalled Saturday as the new J
presiaent or the aoropiimisi uiuo ruuii tuwiu
Venie Hull. Seflorlta Valdes is the. Director of Public -Welfare
in the Ministry of Health, Labor and. eocial Welfare.-. A grad-.
tiate of the University of Panama, she received her Master's
Degree in Social Welfare at Catholic University in Washing Washington,.
ton,. Washington,. D.C.y In 1947 she started the Sohpol of Social Work at
Panama's7 University and has been a professor there ever
since; Seflorlta Valdes is internationally .known in the social
service Held, having represented, her country at international
,1 conferences too numerous to mention.
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NEW YORK (UPI) Wanf to
change uour personality? Just
change your clothes, says singer
ane pulls a personality; switch
several times an evening on the
supper club circuit about six
months out of the year. Night
club work has taught her that we
women can change our looks by
experimenting 'wn different tyes
of clothes. On stage, Miss Piazca
runs the gamut from diemtied
oppra Jivii to sultry jazz singer.
"My clothes really help me. I'm
very inlluenced by them, My face
and personality, change with every
hat, every type of costume 1 put
on' said the pretty, dark-haired
singer in an interview before leav leaving
ing leaving for Europe, She will appear at
the palladium in London an. Khon
for costume fabrics and designs
at high-fashion houses in Rome
PRAFTICES IN COSTUMI
Miss Piazza practices her acv
in coslume because the gowns
weieh from 25 to 50 pounds.
"Everything must be strong,!
siiicnea witn neavy 'trrpic
thread, because clothes take sued
a beating in; stage work,
- "When you have to Carry all
that weight around and still that
like an angel, you need control of
the dresses. And thai takes prac practice.
tice. practice. I think it's Important to prac.
tice fdr any occasion in the dress
you're going to wear, Every .wom .woman,
an, .woman, bride, or girl going to her first
dance should do that, said Miss
Cesare Siepi is recuperating .in
Milan after an emergency 1 appen appendectomy.
dectomy. appendectomy. He had to cancel his per performances
formances performances of "Nabucco'' : at? La
Scala because of the sudden at attack...
tack... attack... Beautiful Svlvia Casablan.
ca's wealthy Mexican dad consid considers
ers considers the tAga Khan an undesirable
suitor, despite hit title, riches and
good .looks. The. senor thinks his
daughter is too young to marry
and probably, is disturbed; about
the religious difference involved,
too. f ;":! :;;-i
Dartcer Matt 0 Mattox of "Oh.
Captain" and hit wife, Jean Caple
(of the same show's chorus) are
expecting, a baby...Kim Novak re refused
fused refused to pose for a. picture with
Eva.Gabor at a party the other
night. No reason given ...Mrs. Pe Peter
ter Peter Ustinov, professionally known
as Suzanne ClOutier, may-join her
husband in the cast of "Romanoff
and Juliet;' when it goes on tour
't Audrey Meadows plans -a Euro Euro-pean
pean Euro-pean vacation to forget the unhap unhappy
py unhappy ending to her marriage to Ran
dy Rouse... Lawrence Brown, who
was the lone trombonist on -that
recent and mighty strange record
date for -Jackie Gleason ; (eight
marimbas, pluraasorted cellos
and violins U cut another unusual
album at. Victor. ComDoser-eondue.
tor was Guy Warren, star of the
Atrjcan Koom s very ethnic floor
June 19 should be quite nighf
t the .SavQv Ballroom., The. Har
lent YMCA is nlanning a eassep
of aJoartv to salute Johnny Mathi
anq it.will be the last .event.. held
at 'the Earned ballroom before tha
wreckers begin to demolis.h' it. i
Robert Morse, the scene-steal
er ip ,,,Say" T)ar'lnR'ns anothef
fidtiiulte offbeat claim .to' fame.
His 'grandfather. 1 Jacob Morse, a
Boston snorts writer, created tha
w score Uspcj in m'odera '1 base
prinmi heat rash,
chafe and' galling,
; too. Absorbent
clings close, keeps
baby fresh, comfortable.
Mcdlcaud Mtuna Skin Oam helps hea)
. panful sunburn. Its nik Unolin smooth
red "dturgent hands," r 1 hot
. WISE MOTHERCRAFT
the guidance of vour ovm
' doctor v .','and choice of food are vital at this stage of vour 1
baby's development. Turn with confidence to nourishing,
balanced, all-milk Lactogen for bottle feeding requirement.
; LACTOGEN IS CONVENIENT to use, uniform and ;
safe and so easy to digest. It is of great benefit in
avoiding and even correcting underweight conditions.
A madlflae) whala cawt' milk In wdr farm with added
1 vitamins A and 4 md lren, 1
Yau nix tt with lukewarm, belled woMt and baby's battle Is raadyt
Ask your doctor aseuf
p ;.v i
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Nesnf (CANADA) tTO.,Medli.l Docvmentatl.n, 10 Klnf twt Weel, TrM Cnt,
"I made some young cousing
put on their debut gowns to prac practice
tice practice walking and sitting down
You must know how the drtss
moves. And if you sit down in a
hoon skirt and don't know how.
you've got a surprise coming,"
said the singer, who 'admits ti
being a bad seamstress but a
!' most artistic darner." .' '
MOTHER Of POUR
In private life, she i Mrs. Wil-
Lliam J. Condon of Memphis,
J Tenn and the mothet of four
children three boys and a girl,
ranging from one year i to 11
years. 1 ) "';
This year she bought a whole
wardrobe of chemises "because
they make me feel very carefree
and gay which need in our
house. We run the Condon 'hotel'
It's always lull of children and
relatives., I have to go to work; to
get a rest" said the vivacious
singer, who. has the figure of
model but never has dieted.
Her daughter; Shirley, 4, is
"terribly stage struck.". j
"She doe Imitations of me
climbs on the dressing room table
and sings very seriously. She tells
me: TIL- be star when I get
to oe a uig iri,iu.e. you. ;
TENANTS MUST MOVE '
GREAT ROLLRIGHT, England
(UPI) The Chipping Norton
RUral District Council told F. J.
West yesterday he would have
to.cive up his council house un
less be ousted some of his ten.
ants. Living with West are 26
birds, three dogs, two cats, two
rabbits and a goat.
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Today's Games '
St. Louis at Cincinnati (NL
Only game scheduled.
' Yesterday's Results
Milwaukee 000 000 0134 S
St. Louis 000 002 0002 4
' Rusb. McMahon (6-1) and Cran Cran-dall.
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Jones, Martin; McDaniel (3 7)
and Hal Smith. ,
Philadelphia A 000 000 100-1 8 6
San Francisco CKBNWO Olx 3 8 1
Philadelphia! Simmont (I 7),
Farrell and Sawatski. ;
v Worthington (5-2) and Schmidt.
Cincinnati 000 000 4037 11 6
Chicago 000 000 0000 7 1
I Haddix (4-3) and 'Burgess'."
1 Phillips (4-1L Elston, Hillman,
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Cincinnati 200 000 0004 T ? i
Chicago : "' ; 00 010 0002 8 0
v Schmidt, Acker, Klippstein (S.
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Drott (3-3), Hobbie, Henry-El.
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Pittsburgh :. s, 050 060 100 12 14 1
Los Angeled flOO OOl 000 8 1
Law (7-4) an4. Poiles.
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Yesterday's Results ,
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Detroit : 000 000 200-2 1 1
New York 000 000 0000 4 1
Lary (7 J) and Wilson,,
. Larsen (5-1), Ditmar and Berra
Detroit 000 012 0003 7 0
New York 000 000 0000 5 0
Bunmns (4J) and Heean.
Turley (10-2). Sturdivant and
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Chicago 000 000' 102-3 7
Baltimore 000 000 0000 2
WUson- (6-5) and Battey.
Lehman (1-1) and Triandos.
Chicago 004 000 OOO-ri 10 0
Baltimore -' 000 000 0000 7" 0
Donovan 13.7) and Lollac
Portocarrero ( 4.4 )t Johnson, Zu.
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Kansas City '400 200 30817 17 1
Boston if 000 113 0018 11 3
Terry (4-5), Urban and House.
Nixon (1-7), Wall, Kieley, Bau.
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Kansas City 401 030 010-9 12. 0
Boston i 000 000 013 4 11 1
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. Ttift C.nlcm Cuar&chpTOx wnn the.
annual basketball game deefcated
to the President ot tfle KepuDiic
for th fifth consecutive time Fri.
day. night at the Fort Davis gym
nasium ny aeieaiing xne v,a. at,
my Caribbean School quintet 73.
.The team; which represented the
Headquarters and Headquarters
Co. of the school, had been unde.
feated prior to Friday's game, ?
' Arturo Agard and Hugo Amadee
were high' scorers for the winners
with 14 points each, followed by
(f pa) Smith .tontreras with 13,
Michael March, 12; V. Canate and
E. Day, four; H. Holt, A. San.
guillen and R. Smith, two each.
The highest individual score was
made by Big John Foster,, who
scored 29 points for the losers.
Don Myers scored 17, Noel Hansen
three and William Kerman and
James Keller. two each for .'the
Umpires were R. Could and
- Colon Gov. Jose Maria Gonza
lez. attended the: game in repre.
sentation of President Ernesto de
la Guardia, who: excused himself
by telegram. ? ?.
Other dignitaries attending -the
game -. were Spanish Ambassador
Federico Gabaldon y Navarro and
Mrs. Gabaldoni SDanish Consul Ge.
Vieral Dr. : Antpnio i Alberola and
Mrs. lberola, Juan Palomeras,
president of the Colon Chamber
o( Commerce; Colon Secret Police
Guard hief Ma j., .Pastor Ramos,
Bell (2-0), MossU Wilhe'ra and
Nixon, .Brown. k
. Kemmerer (3-4), Byerly and
Courtney Fitzgerald. v
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.Cleveland 4, Washngton 2. .-:
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. NEW YORK, June 16 illPI) Look cut, they warned
rookie manager bill Nornan of the Detroit Tigers the
Yankees will getch if you don't watch out.
. SAVED BY THE BELL former Panama -, featherweight kftig lsldro Martinez, who lost his
crown to Jesus Santamarla last-night at the Colon Aieha,-goes down : after being felled by
a terrific right which had him sitting helpless on the Door of the ring as the bell -sounded to
end the eighth round. The ex-champ had to be lifted to his corner, but was able to itayoui
of Santamaria's reach to survive the ninth ; stanza. However, he failed to answer the gong
for the tenth thus losin.g to Santamaria on a TKO. V ; v
Unbeaten Santamaria TKO's
Martinez to Cop 126-lb Title
Jubilant new- "featherweight
champion Jesus Santamaria today
credited good condition tor his
sensational ninth-round TKO win
over ex-champion Isidro Martinez
at the Colon Arena last night. :
Both fighters weighed 126
Meanwhile, the loser pondered
his woes, which' included ev mon.
ey wrangle with his New York
manager Manuel Aifaro.
Underdog Santamaria, who; had
been behind by points on. two of
the three judges' score; cards
when the end came, dropped Mar.
tinez' with a wicked right cross
to the jaw just as the bell sound,
ed to end the eighth round. The
victory was Santi's 15th in as
many pro fights. '.. .'
Isidro raited himself ro a sit.
ting position and remainedthat,
way for about IS second when
his handler evidently did not
hear ithe gong that ended the
round above the din of the
crowd in the jam-packed arena.
He was finally helped to his
corner after :' reiereee Colon Al
Brown indicated to Isidro'a sec.
onds that the stanza was over.
The hurt and dazed boxer man.
aged to survive the ninth by
back-pedaling through most of the
round but he refused to come out
for the tenth. J '
The match had been-set for 15
As he sat on his stool with
eyes closed, he, moaned, "h can't
see, I can't see. My eyes burn.
The fight, which drew 4698 paid
customers who left. $6286 at the
box office, was one of the 'most
Showing At Your Service
Center Theatres Tonight
BALBOA. 6:15 tt 8:40
Don Murray Diaiae Vars
' Chil Wills
in Cinemascope & Color!
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
John Mills Barbara Bates
"TOWN ON TRIAL"
MARGARITA 6:15 & y7:45
Richard Conte, Dianne Foster
"THE BROTHERS RICO'
CRISTOBAL x ,7:00
Glenn Ford Qia Scala in
"Don't Go Near The Water"
in Cinemascope & Color 1
PARA1SO ' 6:15 & S
1 Burt Lancaster
v : Katharine Hepburn
' "THE RAIN MAKER
, In VistaVision-
SANTA CRUZ. 6:15 & 8:10
Tom Edwell nn Francis
"THE GREAT AMERICAN.
CAMP BIERD 6:15 & 1:15
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DEJECTED A sad looking Isi-
dro Martinez, with eyes closed,
refuses to leave his corner after
the bell sounded to start ithe tentn
round in last night's fight. Mar
tinez, the former 126-pound champ,
lost his crown on a TKO to un.
beaten Jesus Santamaria who has
now won all of his 15 pro engage.
thrilling ever to be seen in a lo.
Both fighters slugged it ; out
with hardly- a letup irom v the
time the first bell sounded, with
Martinez apparently getting the
best of the heated exchanges.
Martinez was visibly tired when
the 'eighth started, however, while
his .conqueror, seemed, to acquire
icueweu vikui as ue luiiuweu uv
his rival'' and pounded him until
HATE KE ECCAJ2E
fc i I HWfc
. IfKMM IM( WHU Milk
the knockdown came.
Despite the ; soliu blows that
Santamaria took during the earlier
stages oi the ughi at so time did
he seem shaken or to be in se-
He tooK everything Martinez had
to offer, dished -out a lot, and
snowed resistance that had the
spectators shouting, in admiration
Tho new champion had praise
for his victim after the fight.
''He hit me real hard, especial.
ly with that fantastic left of.
hi$," he said. "But t guess my
good .. condition kept me going
without getting into serious
. Martinez found himself with an.
auuiuuiiai peaoacne auer pe re refused
fused refused to turn over a 33 14 per
cent cut of his share of the purse
to Allan) who. is his legal man.
Aifaro sent the Colon ; Boxing
Commission a letter demandina
his percentage but Isidro and the
promoters mused ,to turn over
the sum, approximately $600, be.
cause he claims that Aifaro treat.
fed him badj in Cuba- several
months ago. t (
Accordmg to the former cham
pion the manager gave him only
zuu out ot a S1500 purse he pick,
ed up after losing to Cuba s Rob.
inson Garcia in Havana. The Co.
Ion Commission will discuss the
matter at a hearing this evening.
Last night's, oroeram wat en,
livened with fist fights among the
fans in the stands and the break,
ing down of two side; doors by
hundreds of impatient fans who
forced their way into the arena,
Co-promoters Charles Semper
and Lin Duncan made their de
but into the fight game a. highly
successful one. A
The gate receipts', however, fell
short of the record Colon Arena
gate of $7400 drawn' by former
128 pound champion' Federico
Plummer and Statesider Percy Bas
sett when they, fought to a sensa sensational
tional sensational draw several years ago. '.
But Norman, a crus.y gent v. hi.
doesn't scare ealy, oefuntly ioa
his tittered team into Yankee Sta'
dium for a four-game series anu
now he's got the rest of ihe Ami
rican Leaeue wonaering how he
does it because the Tigers swept
all four games, including 2-0 and
3-0 shutouts yesterday.
That's meieiyj tne tirst time
that the Yankees were shut oui
twice in one aay in 11 years since
the A's did it on Memorial my-
197. Xney were blanseu only twice
all' last season. - ;,
"Thai's just about the hest aay
I've seen in baseball, retieciea
Norman today wiitt quiet satisiad
tion. 1 f
The Tigers, who have won six
of seven games since Norman
took over me nelm test wee,
now have beaten Jhe Yankeessi
-of nine times this seaso' The
Yankees, still lead the league by
. camfortable seven games,, but
It's plain that they would be out
' of sight "altogether if it weren't,
for the Tigers.
Pitcher" Frank Lary, who finds
the mighty Yankees usually jusi
a bunch or pm-stripea- pusnovcis,
t,ot nn thn lpasue leaders on. just
fmi hits in nfl ODemnii Kame, ins
Rppnnd Ktraieht shOutout and se
venth win of the year,: giving mm
s i?i lifetime mark against Netf
Vnrlf Jim Bunnina followed right
up in'the nightcap wv.n a nve
hitter, fanning eigni pauer.n
i rhipf victims of the double hu
millation were the ace ,' Yankees
righthander Don Larsen and Bob
Tnripv l.arspn sufferea nis iirst
loss of tne year in me upner wnr i
hp verted a oair Ot uns in, -me
spupnth innineon two hits. TurJey,
hp m a ior lea eues' top winner wno
fanned nien, yielded o.e: run scor-
prt hv Bunnine m tne 'Him anu
then two more in the sixth.
But this wasn't the only dou dou-ble.ihutout
ble.ihutout dou-ble.ihutout performance in the
-majors yesterday. It Was martch
ed at Baltimore where Jim W l l-lon
lon l-lon of the Chicago White Sox beat
the Orioles in a two-hitter, 4-u,
iand Dick Donovan followed wifh
a 4-0 seven.hitter. r r
' Trt other Sundav Karnes: .Cleve-
land swepi two from Washington,,
,53, 4-2; (Kansas City aruDDea d h
ton twicer 17.6, 9-4 ; Cincinnati
swept the Chicago Cubs, 7-0. 4-2;
Milwaukee nipped St. Louis 4 4-27
27 4-27 San Francisco downed Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia 3-1; and Pittsburgh crush crushed
ed crushed Los Angeles, 12-1..
Both Baltimore hits yielded bj
Wilson were singles and he issued
no walks. Since both runners weie
cut down on the basepaths, the
muchtraveled Wilson faced only
the minimum' batters., A- solo
homer by Jim Landing and a two"
run blast by Jim Rivera eav-p hi.n
all the runs he needed. Sherman--
Lollar supplied Donovan's chief
support m the nightcap by driving
in tliree runs with a hasps.lna.iixi
double. Chicago has beaten Balli- :
more six stnght times.
Reliever Hoyi Wilheim saved
both Wins for the Indians annor.
ing in the ninth innin of the oron-1
er and the seventh innins of ilia ;
nightcap. Mickey Vernon, who had
two other his, produced; be win-"-: t,
Lnmg marginal the first game with
a iwo-run nomer. Homers by Prws Prws-ton
ton Prws-ton Ward and Rnclrv rnlavitn 1p1
the Cleveland, attack in ihe night night-can:
can: night-can: : "... . :. j . ?.
" f tl; . w r -
The A's beaten by Boston she ."
straight times, exploded with 29 v f
u.w m svTcctmiK meir iirsi aoumc
header ot the vear as Rnh cnr vrt.i
bci uie pace witn a 'homer, h-.s
17th, and three triples-, Chico Ca Ca-rrasquel
rrasquel Ca-rrasquel had five hits in the openi
er -and two. more in the nightcao.
Ralph Terrv won the ODemns 'a"
T ,! Mias- la;er traded lo
ther Yankees, took the second, i v
Harvey Haddix pitched a se.
yen-hitter to give the Redlegs tli. ir
opening game shutout win a Chi-
cago as Pe.e Whisenant led his
support by driving in five runs,5
with a homer and a double. John-
flv- KltnnefAiH. j 1 ...
"...""HHaiciu snveu me nicilri". n
two-hit relief Di.chinir ,..v(.r
Sues' Frank Thomas
Left Hand. Fracture;
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh t h i r d baseman Frank
Thomas suffered a possible frac
ture in nis lett hand Sunday dur.
in, a game with the Dodgers
when he was nit bv a Ditched
ball thrown by Stan Williams.
Thomas was hit on the hand m
the fifth inning by Williams, the
third relief pitcher to face the Pi Pirates.
rates. Pirates. Thomas shook his hand
while on base but did not indicate
he was seriously hurt until an in inning
ning inning later. He was examined, by
the Dodper, clnb physician who
advised the hand should be X X-rayed
rayed X-rayed and Thomas ws taken t.3
the Daniel Freeman Hospital in
nearby Inglewood. ; f
In the second inning Thomas had
hit his 20. h home run of the sea season
son season and sixth in Memorial Cnli.
seum to help put the Pirates into
a" five-run lead at 'that stage of
Pals Sugar Hart
Gil Turner lliy
After Drav Dccisi
(Sugar) Hart and Gil Turner, wel.
terweight contenders and Pbi'a Pbi'a-delphia
delphia Pbi'a-delphia buddies, basked in y re.
newed friendship ;' today af.ter
scrapping a peace pact Thursday
night to fight a bout which Te.
suited in a rare 10.round .draw.
'' Pepnsylvanli replaced the
round scdring system with a fiv
point must tabulation in order to
avoid draw -verdicts. But up came
the even-stephen decision ..from
the score cards of the two judges
and re'eree Zach Clayton. .,
.4 Promoter Herman Tayior had
offered Akins $40,000 to meet the
Hart-Turner winner. George Katr,
Turner's manager., wants an
Akins match, anyhow', pointing out
his boxer already 'holds a decl.
sion over .-the title-holder. ..
Hart who scaled 145tf. to; Turn.
er's 150. was an 8-5 favorite in
the bout before 8,769 fans at Con
uie Mack Stadium -.
the last four innings.
i no Braves, trailing 2.0 after "'
Joe Cunningham's two-run horn horn-or
or horn-or for the Cards, scored a sih-
gle run in the eighth inning and 1
then won with three in the
night, the last two: coming on '"
hom.r by .! hitt.r Harry
Al Wof.hington, making "his i.rsl 5
start in nearly two months, pitch. ''
ed a comtilete eight-hitter for ns
Giants, yielding just one unearned ,vf
run.,ln his suppon, Jim uivenporl
twice singled to drive in Felipe
Alou and Alou drove in the other '
run with a double.
The Pirates scored five runs it"1
the second innin? anH v m ..
fifih'in routinz thn T)nn..nr0 ;:
socked three homers off Don ATev
tumue m...ne second inning, in.' J
c udmg onp y ,winnini p4che
Vernon Law. 4 v
on 125 official at bats)
Mays, S. F,'"
Musial, St. O.
Green, St. L.
t.epeaa, s t.
G Ab R H
58 235 53 91
vernon, tie. 47 126 25 46
ward, K. C. 48 148
Kuenn, De..- 46 175
Fox, Chi. 56 224
Bridges, ,W.-",'( 58 205
McDoug., N.t. 45 165
Colavitot Cle. 50 172
Cerv, K, C. 53 197
Lollar, Chi. ?
Carey, N. Y.
, 48 162
Spanish Program J
FIESTA EN L
J5c. i XOc.
OF MARCO POLO
with. Basil Eathbone
i THE WAGONS
with Fess Parker
X5c. i i 15c.
wlth M,,A, Mejia
" LA FERIA DE
with Roslta Arena
i with' Rita Hay worth
with Richard Conte
HEADS UP Sam Snead went
into the United State Open Golf
Championship, which has- been
such a iinx to him higher than
,r cat's back -He had just pick pick-ed
ed pick-ed up a $3,500 check succestfful-
1u rl0fnrlintf th rialla. Onpil
in a play-off tp, : win his 100th Suilivan, Bed Sox
tournament,-1 k Ford, Yankeei
. Walls, Cubs ,
Mays, Giants ,
Cerv, Athletics ;
Jensen, Red Sox .'
Gernert, Jted Sox
RUN BATTED IN
Mays, Giants c
Spencer Gaines .' ,y
' AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Gernert, Red Sox- t
' Sievers, Senators f
(based en S decisions)
, .. j,,
V 4 1
acso;? l oi
:J 3 m
Big Trades Mark June 15
Major League Deadline
. Jj f
HEAR NO EVIL Umpire Frank Tabacchi merely adjusted
ni mask while being blasted by Sherm Lollar of the Chicago
.White Sox about a called fourth ball .he believed over,
)olt's US Open Victory
By OSCAR. FRALEY
TULSA, Okla. (UPI) Tommy
lt'g victory In. the U.. S. Open
,1 nhonninnthin-' mark, the
art of a pew cr on the -fair.
.... i ..r iv -i ...;
When the 39y ear-old one vtime
rpehter hammered nome.nis n-
1 null at Southern Hills Coun.
y club on Saturday for a closing
72283 which won golf's great-
t prize' by four shots he was
arting a, new .chapter, in... me,
assie 'history book.., ;-, v4r
The "Old Guard" was dead,
Ben Hogan, shooting for a rec rec-d
d rec-d fifth win, which, would lift Jiim
m a four-way tie with 5obby
nes and ancient Willie,, Ander Ander-n,
n, Ander-n, seemed doomed to remain
Irough all time in. that bracket
Sam Snead, another: 46. yeat yeat-i
i yeat-i campaigner,' for the first time
1 eight frustrating., tries, .didn't,
Jen qualify for .sJhe;i final 'wo
lunds, ,.",;..,' ,r..',..:.i.:
IJimmy, Demaret; :, 48-year-old
andfather of that same breed,
as up ther for a while but
asn't eveit around at the .finish,
j So, too, was 44 year-old Lloyd
angrum for a while before he
wed to the encroachin? years
d the upsurge of the younger
;rhey are coming, those nus,
1en though Bolt won it at 39.
r in second olace came 22-year-
d Gary Player, of South Amca,:
.A. Trades Netvcombe
:or Bilko, Klippstein
LOS ANGELES, June 18 (UPI)
3ig Don iNewcombe, a 27-game
uuer lor the Dodgers in I95t
10 cou.dn't buy a win? this year,
ts been traueu to Cinciunaii,
ce president E. J. (Buzzi) Ba Ba-si
si Ba-si announced last night.
.The Doager executive disclosed
"at Newcombe was sent 10 Cin.
anati in exchange tot iirst base.
fan. Steve Bilko and pitcher
hnny Klippstein and an undis.
osea amount ot cash.
Reports that Newcombe was
kde-bait have recurred irequent.
I since the Dodgers picked v up
d moved to the West Cbast. 1 ;
His miserable showing this
awn (0.4), arguments wih Ba.-'.
asi on om occasion In the
Wasting room and a recant fine
vied on the big right handar
idaed to the rumors. '
jMaurnnmhiti KrnlrA Intn- bnspmill
.Nashua in 1946. In the pastrhe
s been a powerful hitter," lead.
.bVVA,AM. Ul Ull I . U w
g tne league iri 19a5' in homers
t by a pitcher. Big Uon hit sev-
Bavasi said Bilko and-. Klipp.
ein wou.o join tne Dodgers in
me for. Los Angeles game with
"tiiladelphia Tuesday night.
Part of the deal also called
r sending, pitcher Charlie Rabe
the Dodgers' Montreal club of
e International, League. 1 '.'
The acquisition of Bilko was
ire to-be a popular ; one with
bs Angelas fans, Sieve was a
werhouse with the Los Angeles
nge s of the Paciac" toast
ague, hitting 56 homers last
ar..' .;- -.- ; ,1 ., ':a,: -Manager
Walt Alston said ha
ad no plant of moving Bilko.
head of Gil Hodgts at first
ft" 1 'hough the Dodgtr man.
tOunctd oarliir in the
it Modgat wit going to
, stad In hopes of ending a
"the deal's (been made,"- Al Al-on
on Al-on said. "That's all there is to
. We're satis ied. I think; it will
;'p both clubs." i ,: t,,
I At last report, Bilko was hit hit-'ig
'ig hit-'ig .299 Avith Cincinnati, and
.lippstein's record for the sea-on
as 2-2. -.
jNewcombe's latest loss, came
st a few hours before the trade
(The big hurler was -touched ftr
ve runs on three homers and two
nFjes-in theswond inning-of 84
ame with Pittsburgh, won by
of New; Era
with closing rounds of '73 and 71
for 287. Big Julius Boros, still
durable 38, was third at 289 but
right on hi., heels wLh the tour
nament's. hottest round, a three
under par- ,33?4-wa
fold Gene Littler. at WO. 1
Bolt : will : be around; and,; now
u a. ue u 4.1c u.b v,
always wiU.be. a threat with Ins
new tranauilitv for 'four or five
more years,, He putted them ail
dead in the near.lOO degree heat
for winning rounds' of 71,-' IK 69
onri 7? ,k
s, There are those 1 who will con
tend that Hoean still may do U.
But add another year to the "little
ice man" and he'll be smcuy a
lnneslior.' His bid 'never was ; s
rinus in this one. even. as : he
carded' rounds5 of 75, 73, 75 and
Jit- t d! 'it'' ft Yf
.Shead' foui; times' Second;., still
was i hounded "bv 'the Open linx
which struck him ; in his first at
tempt back in 1937. But this was
bi worst effort. Never before had
he failed to aualif y for the final
'two Touna 'Thi1s tre- heblw4a
a 39-41-40 to go 1 wHh 1 'a tirst
r 0 u n d' 75. The 155 missed quab.
fvinu for Saturday' two final
rounds. .". "' '"
They were great, those of the
old guard, but theyliad their day
and it was obvious at Southern
Hills that 1 new day was dawn
the Pirates 12-1. Ne wconbe went
to the showers in that inning.
t Last year Nawcombe had tha
best control in r the National
Laaeue, giving up but 31 bases
in )ti innings ot 2k games. Hit
failure to gat started this year
hat been blamed In part far
the Dodgers' failure to, make
- batter showing. :? ,'-,
The Los Angeles club now is In
the ce.lar. i-,;". ;. ':.:U
1st, 2nd Division
feaiiis Grows Bigger
NEW YORK,' June '16 (UPI)
The gap between thr firs tnad se-
cond divisions m the international
League is growing bigger as the
clubs hear the halfway mark-of
the season. ; ' ;
In Sunday's action;, league.'ead.
ing Montreal won a doubleheader
IromvMiaml,, 7-2 and 9-4; secona
place Toronto took two irom Ha.
vana. 7.3 and 9-1: third place Bo
Chester swept Richmond, 6-2 and
5.1; and Buffalo defeated Colum Colum-bus,
bus, Colum-bus, 4-1, inthe nightcap ater the
Jets took the opener. 6-2 -.
Columbus,, which occupies the
lour Ui and last playoil, spot, now
owns a jour and a half game lead
over nth-place Havana. 1
' Montreal got good pitching from
Rene Valdes and Babe Birrer in
the first : game and Bob Gialloru.
bardo in the second to protect its
half-game lead over Toron .0.
Clyde Parris and Sandy Am'oros
each homered' jor the Royal3. V
Jack crimian and Jim R.chards
wesnt the distance for Toronto in
the twinbill as the Mapio Leafs
won thier sixth game in ; eight
starts. Toronto numbered lour horn
ers among its 20 hits foi the day.
Rochester also got two complete
jobs from Dick Ricketts and Gary
Blaylock to sweep the four.gaine
ssries from Richmond. Ricketts
is' now '6.5 whlie Blaylock boasts
a 6.2 mark..
George Witt wentthe distance for
Columbus in the opener and gain,
ed his thrid win in ive decisions
on, the strength of two-run homers
by Bill Causion and Dick Rand.
heft Johnson evened his -season
record at 5 in- the -second, came
as he held the jets to live hits.
. y VICTOR CRAY
The basketball talender con con-tinues
tinues con-tinues tonight at the National
Gym with the firstwin bill of
the season. ; .. :.
1 In one of the encounters it wnl
be Cigarrillos Panama against Ci Ci-garrillos
garrillos Ci-garrillos Kent and in the oilier.
Cerveza Ba boa against. Cigarn.
llos Nacional. The lirst two teams,
directed by Oliver Zachrisson tnd
Esteban Perdomo, respectively
have quite a number, of v:ookies
on their rosters.
1 The afterpiece will 1 find two
Old rivals squaring off, against
each other. Cerveia Balboa should
not be considered easy pickings,
although minus the services of
Rombo Peres.. Franklyn Holness,
Julie Andrade .and Wa ly Trout
still presents.' a threat as 6'. 3"
Mike Marsh sets his chance to
Dlav regular and along with play.
ers like Rusty, Fredericks, De-
Leon, White and Blaine. ;
The new mentor for ; the Beer,
men is Chefo Echeverria who re.
nlM Felix T.nrianl
Favorite to cop, tne nignt cap
Is the highly touted Nacional ag ag-gregation,
gregation, ag-gregation, (ex Gallito). Directed
by, Prof. Eugenion Luzcande Jr.,
the E'etanien present onf of the
tallest teams in the league. ; Al
most certainty to start are Ar.
turo Agard, 6' 4": Roman Reyes.
3". Carlo Parfatth. 6" 2": Al.
fonsof mer, 6 ana varic oai.
ley 2". The first games, starts
at 7:30 p.m.Vr-,v : VV7
, Saturday Night's Contest,;
V .In a listless and t tiresome af.
fair, last year 1 'champions Mx,
bora defeated a disorganized Es.
tufas Per'ection outfit by the
score of 61 to 54. umpires Larry
Chance and Lou Helsinger had
ouite a night of it, as no lesS
than 64 personal fouls and five
technics s. were called during the
Contest, 36 on the winners and 28
against the losers. .1
s Ernesto Tavlor. Marlboro for
ward, copped the 'scoring honors
is his 19 points was high for the
night. Teammate uuue 1 Anorade
with 14 was next best. For the los
ers, the- veteran 1 Julio (Andsmio)
Arosemena accounted for 13, while
sophomore Campbell's 12 points
lent a 'little luster to the contest.
The Stovemen led at half time,
32 to 29 but as the match pro.
re$se in-the second 'tnt,' they
stopped' to 'a walk as "registering
exactly three points la the final
eight minutes of play.
1 On h othpr hand, -the men dl
rected by Fifi Tom were far from
being impressive.- The most they
displayed was being in better con.
dition thantheir 'opponentsj' But
as far as good basketball was
concerned their triumph was as.
sured, as the other club proved
to be the worst of the two.-
It is hoped that as the season
progresses, play will be improved,
especially along the offensive lines.
For the first time, the new rules
were put rnto effect oute veit mis
fai'ed to create the necessary en.
thusiasm required. ,,-'.
.",'"..-.-; : ,1. ., ... -" '.
Along The Fairways
JUDSON AND BRAYTON .
WINNERS IN LADIES
CHRYSLE R.PLYMOUTH COLP
; The combination of Evelyn Jud.
son and Gladys' Brayton proved
to be too strong against the field
of ladies competing in the Ladic
by Chrysler.Plymouth at Brazos
Brook Country:. Club Saturday,
June 7.' v-;:v.i i;M ..s .'-.w
Their net score of 68 was good
enough to take first place honors
with Edith Mathieson arid her
partner Midge Hause close behind
with a net 74.
1 Other, ladies competing lu the
order in' which they placed includ.
ed Cleo Burns, Dottie Ls Croix,
Aggie Al' en, Beth Lewis, Rae.Wil.
der, Ruth Tortorici, and ; Midge
',This Was the first tournament
of this nature to be held at Bra.
zos Brook and many thanks are
in order for Chrysler-Plymouth A.
tfencv for making it possible, fen
fold Golf Balls were awarded to
the winners. It ls hoped that aft.
er the summer ; vacation- more
tournaments fr the Ladies of this
nature can be sponsored and held
each month, ;
; Remember Ladies Day each
week will continue to be held .on
Tuesdays at 8:30 a.m.. On May
?T, Rae Wilder was elected as
chairman of Ladies Day with Mar Mar-ce'a
ce'a Mar-ce'a Galindo as co-chairman. Jane
Huldtauist was elected publicity
chairman -and will try to keep
Brazos Brook ladies activities most
nrm nent in the local papers.
Louise Reynolds and Beth
naiiehterv retire as outgoing offi
cers and much thanks are to be
eiven to these girls tor their ex
cellent Work. Any and all day golf,
era are cordia'ly invited to attend
the ladies day each week and it
is hoped that our growing group
Many of our girls will be leav.
ins for vacations soon and it is
hoDed that they will continue
their games while away and be
ready to take on all opponents
when ithey return. Some of the
many active players leaving in.
elude Ruth Tortorici, Aggie A'len,
Eve Bidcer, Ruth Puller, Marce Marce-la
la Marce-la GalindolAda.Mary. Anderson,
and Eileen O'Brien.
catfish Ktrmmi in th. miriw..?' Th-:.,.7 nXZ
from, 12 to 60 pound., Uken
British Wightman Cup Upset
By ROBERT C. DOWSON 1
WIMBLEDON. England (UPI)--Margaret
Osborne DuPont, cap
tain of the first losing yt S.
Wightman Cup tennis team in 28
years, summed tip the reason for
Brhain's stunning vie ory m these
words Sunday; .,''.-
"Too much Christine Truman."
' Miss Truman,! a six foot, 17.
year-old slugger, was the girl who
took part in three victories in the
besi-.of-seven series, that resulted
in one of the greatest sports up.
1 Loberia $9.40, $5.20
2 Mi Cautiva $21.80
' SECOND RACE
I Cartillero $16.80, $9.60
2 Lark $6.
V First Double: $83.10
"' THIRD RACE
I Sober View $2.40, $2.20
2 Jfepin sz.zu
' t FOURTH RACE
1 1 Desirer $4.20,- $3.,
2 Pichoto $13.40
. Quiniala: $73.80 ,-
J FIFTH RACE
1 Homan $3.60, $2.40
2 -, Bright Spur $2.40
r-' Hermelina $8.40, $5.60 ':
2 H' Manuela Pedraza $5.80
''' 'SEVENTH RACE
Riotous $8, $2.80 j
xDon Lucho $2.20
3 xPappa Flynn $2.4d
' Second Double: $31.40
1 Princess Vanidad $11.60, $4.20
2 Miss Patience $2,80
. Quiniala: $9.40
1 Bacancito $5.20, $3. .'
2 Michiripa $3.40
1 Ragazza $3.40, $2.40
-Parasol $2.80 -1
1 xGouvernant $2.20, $2.20
- xSunfair $2.20, $2.20
Belling On Gavilsn,
Bosnia Fi:!:l Even
"..''j Ah I. Of i (.':' 'J'::t' .ii'Jl
NEW YORK (UPI) Betting is I
at "even money" for what shapes 1
up as the fight of the week be between
tween between ex welterweight champion
Kid Gavilan and Yama Bahama
at the Miami Beach .Auditorium
Cuban Gavilan, 32, is still cam campaigning
paigning campaigning for; another shot at the
147-pound crown. In two boats
this year he lost a decision to
middleweight Ralph (Tifor) Jones
but beat him in a return engage engage-ment.
Twenty-five-year .old Bahama
from the island of Mimini, B.W.I.
won three straight bouts this
vear on decisions over Amen
Peck and Ray Sheppard and
technical knockout over Clarence
.! :! .;,:'''-.'.'.";''''''. '.'-'L :(;'' ',K'
: Gavilan is rated sixth among
contenders, Bahama is unranked.
The Cuban's 106-29-6 record In Includes
cludes Includes 28 knockouts.' Bahama's
48-8-2 includes 16 kayoes.
Friday night's TV radio 10.
rounder brings together heavy heavy-weights
weights heavy-weights Mike DeJohn and Boo
Baker at Syracuse, N. Y. Each
big fellow was formerly a ranking
contender. DeJohn of Syracuse,
26, is favored at 7-5 because ct
his punch. Baker, 31,, hasn't
fought this year. In DeJohn's one
start in 1958, he lost a split de.
cision to seventh ranked Nino
DeJohn's 84-4-1 record includes
L-nrtfbmi:o- Rator'c ii.
Tommy Baker shows why the Muskingum River is one of the best
on trot Une! Catfish
sets m history when Bhtain fin
ished on top of i 4-3 score
Miss Truman marked .the "ud
set of the centur-i" with the" "up "upset
set "upset of the veartf when she beat
Wimbledon champion Althea Gib-
Son, 2-6, 6-3. 6-4 Saturday in the
Series' most important match.'
ihe British had jumped off to
a 2-1 lead in the opening ma.ches
triaay. But Dorothy, Head Knode
of Forest Hills, N. V. evened the
score when she' beat British ace
S h I r e 1 y Bloomer in Saturday's
opening match, 6-4, 6-2. That
made It appear that the 22nd
Straight U, S. team victory (they
didn't piay during tne .war years)
Seemed assured. t r ',' ;
But then Miss Truman staged
her s unning upset of Miss Gibson
to put Britain ahead again, 3-2.
Ann naydon then notched what
proved to be the winning point
when she beat Mlmi Arnold of
Redwood City, Calif.,- (.3,1 5-7,' 6-3,
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary' Drawin tfo! 2(M9, Sunday, June 1 5,; 1 958 ;
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6,73 156.00 1673 156.00 2673 -156.00 3673 156.00 4673 156.M 5673 456.00 6673 156.00 7673 i 156.0 S673 156.00 0673 156.M
773 rl56.0 1773 156.00 2773 i 156.00 3773 156.00 4773 156. 5773 156:00 6773 156.00 7773 i 156.00 S773 156.0 1773 '156.0
0873 156.00 1873 156.00 2873 156.00 3873 156.00 4873 150.00 5873 1!W 00 S873 156.0 7873 1S6.00 8873 156.00 0873 5 :156.0
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' 1447 w 130.0 1449- 1.1 00 1451 30.M 1453 ( 130.00 I 145S 130.00 .1458 130.00 1 14M 13. 1462 1S.M 1464 IM.M I
144S 130.60 145ft 1.10.0 1452 13 M 1454 130.0 1' 1457 130.0 1459' 130.0 .1461 130.0 M 1463 13I.M 146S. 130.0'
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0447 104.00 0 104.00 '. 451 104.00 0453 ', 104.U0 t 045 ,, 104.00 1 MM : 104.M 46S 104.M 0462 104.00 MM U4.M
Prle-wlnning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at; The 1st Jn Henrera, 2nd in Colon and tfrd In Panama i
;:.,The Vine 'tliuidred whole tickets ending In 3 and not incl luded In the above list win Fifty Tw Dollars (52.00) each,
- The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided In two series "A" It "V of 2 pieces each "
WITNESSES: Mlruel Garrido. Ced. 47-51282
' - Ramon Diaz; Ced. 47-22570 t
'1U l..!nh.n. mEk nnlv .tn lha
Dio flrl Prl7 and tlx 2nd ond Srd Prized ara drawn oeparately Tha ap-;
proylmatlnn are calculated on tha First. Second and Third Prizes, In caa
a ticket ahould cainr tl number ot each prize, tha holder la entiUc-d to
claim oavment tor etch ; .. v is..'
Supday, June -15, !9S8
.' prawinr Number 'JSO
""' 1 -' ' Fraction
a a p
' '-: ,(".'. -1
" u"e F
, before an overjoyed crowd of
o,uw. a concluding doubles .win.
6.4, 36, 3, by Miss Gibson and
Janet Hopps of Seattle, Wash.i
over Miss Shildock and Pat Ward
of Britain in the final matcu was
. "I think it was very -close, ex.
cept for Christine," said Mr. Du
Pont. "Her defeat of Althea was
an upsel and so, in a way was
her defeat of Doroihy Knode Sat.
' Mary llalford, non-playing cap captain
tain captain of the British team, accepted
the winning team's cup, which
wjis filled with' ros'is, ml pre presented
sented presented the roses to Mrs. Dpont.
Mrs. Haiford said the victory.
contirmed her beliei w.? had the
best chance of any British team
since the war."
Mrs DuPont aefende.l h"r line.
up tor the .American team as
"the ; best
OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
whole ticket has 5i pieces divided
; Third Prize
1 4 56
Approximations Derived From First Prize
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
, Approximations Derived From Third Prize
Signed by: The Secretary ot Government DOMITOO GONZALEZ
The Representative of the Treasury .LUIS CHANDECK ...
THE 3 STRIKES
PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOLNTS ok TAXES )
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK (UPI) The
Cleveland Indians traded 1 Roger
Maris and two other players to
Kansas City Sunday in a fiv
man deal and the Detroit Tigers
and Chicago. Whi.e Sox. -com
pleted a four.pUyer swap in involving
volving involving infielder Ray Boone.
Cleveland gave up first base baseman
man baseman Preston Ward i and pitcher
Dick Tomanek, plus Mans, tc
the Athletics in exchange for -first
baseman Vic Power and ouvfielder
In the Detroit Chicago ex ex-Change,
Change, ex-Change, the Tigers sent Boone
and righthanded -pitcher Bcb
Shaw to the White Sox for out
fielder Tito Francona and pucker
-:'V ;:; "!')- ,'i".'.;V ':: iZ,
Tigers' general manager John
Mcliaie said here, "Francona
gives us a good left handed
1 hitter who can Dlav both the nut
(field and first base. He jias fme
speea ana 1 strong arm, two
qualities we certainly can use."
McHale' added that Fischer
would be used to strengthen the
i' "' ''' ; '': "s'.f 1: i'V :
"We know him to be a good
sinker ball pitcher and we can
use him as a starter occasionally
in addiuon to relief, said Mc
' The lowly While Sox plan to
use tne 34-year-oid Boone at third
base. They became shorLmanucd
last week when Bubba Phillip.',
who had been handling the posi position
tion position smoothly, suffered a broken
bone in his, ankle.
iBoone, who "also can play first
base, has had trouble at the plate
this season and is hitting ot.ly
237. He has, however,1 driven in
20 runs in 39 games and hit six
homers. Last year he batted .273.
Hampered from time to time
by. knee trouble, Boone neverthe nevertheless
less nevertheless has 'averaged 130 games the
past live seasons ana insists mi
knees sre strong enough now so
In two series "A" it "B"- ot 25 pieces each.
$ 7,800 00
ALBERTO 3. BARSALO
; Notarv Public, Panama
The prizes wilt be wi In accurdamt with Ihe Official list af Paean I
thrjttiir of th 4 .tmna' Renefirenl Lottery sltoatet) a Central Areitva
- Plan of Extraordinary Drawing No. 205.1 which, will -take
place Sunday, July 13. 195S
- Th. Ticket Ha 5 Piece ,' .
'r nun fhize
1 First Prize, Sinn.Aflfl.M
1 Second Pnra, a 30.0on.00
. 1 Third Prize.
IS ApproxlmaUoni, .......
IS Approximations, ....... ..... j..
Price ot o whole ticket . .......... .$50.00
Price of one-fiftieth part 1.00
Jut he probably will approach
uii luiat uus yearv v ;
Shaw, 25. Svarted the season
with the Tieeri. oosted 12
waammJ, n -J 1
Charleston along with uu Sklzai
on June 9. B0J1 refused to report.
10 me American Assn. cluo bat
nifhr has un m nm tk.
Something Of A Ditaapelntment
Like Boone. Francona has been
something of 1 disappointment
his year, although the Whits
Sox held out high hopes for aim
wnen tney obtained him in a
multi-player de I with Baltimore ;
formally a right fielder, the
24-year-ola Francona also can
play first base. The Tigers may
use him at tha; position or alter alternate
nate alternate him with Charlie Maxwell
in, left field. He batted .233 in il
samet for the Oriole list-vpar
and is hitting .268 this season.
The 27 year 'old Fischer hat
2-3 record .And a 6.57 earned run
average so far in his second year
in the American League. As
rookie with the White Sox Mast
season, he .won seven games
lost eight, 'compiled a 3.41 ERA
J 1 1 1L.
ann iiriiK so in n inp 1 ir.inu rii a
tion occasionally afer impres impressing
sing impressing Manager Al Lopez with ais
fine work in relief.
The major league trading dead-'
line expired at midnight Sunday
ffffCWf HELP for
Atthma and BronchlUa attacka ruin,
your ilp, undrmln your itranrta.
and wtakan your heart. Mandaea
a carta to work throufh your blood to
overcoma asthma and bronchttla at- j .,
tacka. It helpi dlolv itranclins mu- -cut
and promotaa (rc, Miy breath-
Inf. Mtndaeo't action Ii fftl va
In old and stubborn case. Oat Man- ,,
dace, from any druiratora today and -aca
how much battar you alaap and
braatha tonight, and how much better
you will (aal tomorrow. Mandate
flahta dlicomforta af Aatnma ron-
abitu and Hay rm,
PABLO A. PINEL ML
.11,000.00 each one
8.000.00 each one
300.00 each ana
- 100.00 each an
.$ 250.00 each on
500.00 each on
. 4.500 00
3 600 00
. ...S 200.00 each one
300.00 each one
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
TH!3 Cr.-'C" !3 FCI C ME
FCR INFORMATION TELEFiiC .E 2-C740
: taxa'.:a a
i 4 ? i
FOR SALE: Jaguar 2.4. litre,
4 oor sedin. less than 6000
milts. Call 3-6824 Panama.
Chevrolet, Plymouth, Fort $9.-
$5. All ethers $12.95. Frtt ins- ',
filiation.; Tivoli Motors at TWoll
Crossing.' Tel. 2-4222.
FOR SALE Will SELL or SWAP
Chrysler 4 door 1952. 6 cylinder,
Cedg convertible 195 1, Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth coupe 5 passenger 1941,
Oldsmobile coupe 5 passenger ;
1949. Interested in 1954. 1955
and 1956 Chevrolet!, 4 door
sedans. Cars can be seen at Atlas
Garden. Tel. 2-2423 2-4830.
FOR SALE: 1951 DcSoto 2
door sportman hardtop 1 coupe,.
Mechanically perfect and t new
paint job. One owner, S500 cash.
Alio 1951 Oldtmobile "93" 2
door hardtop, $450.00 cash.
Phen 3-141J prat at 8053-D
FOR SALtV-Henry first class
condition, call Balboa '2384 after
3:30 p.m. 1
FOR SALE: Chevrolet station
wagon 1957, radio, new tires, red
color, six passengers, power glide,
duty paid, office hours 3-4994
Vter J p.m. 3-7352.
FOR SALE.- Beautiful farm In
Cert Atul, three hectares, fruit
frees, furnished two-bedroom
. home. For mor information call
: By OSWALD JACOB Y
' V Written for NEA Service
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No ope vulnerable
North East South t West
1 1 2 NT. Pass
3N.T. Pass Pas.s Pais
Opening lead d K i
a TRY to find a good bid witn the
So(i.h hand alter East overalls
Norlh's one club bid with one
spade. There just isn't any.
South decided on .he overbid
.of two nortrump and North rais-
' ed to three, -'f'f
Wist onpned thp Winn nf snnrloi
and South let it hold. At this point
in the proceeedints a heart shift
m(ght. have caused South's down downfall
fall downfall 'hll it uniilri talra hat irii
than this West to make that play.'
particularly as East' had sigtfil
, ed. a come-on with the jack of
. spaded i
outh won the spade continua continua-"turVi
"turVi continua-"turVi and 'now it. did not matter
which minor -suit he chose to go
after. Ac ually he tried the dia diamond
mond diamond and West won with his ace.
Now West' led a heart and
. South went right- up. with drum drum-mys?
mys? drum-mys? ace. He could not aflord the
luxury of a finesse.
The ace of clubs was knocked
. cut, nex and East could take his
.. kins of hearts or establish Ihi
rest of his spade suit. It all made
no difference because South had
.two spades, one heart and three
tricks in each minor suit for a
total of nine.
f it South had made the mistake
of taking the first spade he could
.still have made his con'rac' if he
guessed lo go after the clubs first
. but the riuck play made things1
QThe bidding has been:
YOU. South hnM.."
- What do you do? K5
l.?8.'? evB Von can
Wck. and th"
very rood play for a
TODAV'8 QUESTION'" K
.... .muui8 as oeen;
"cat North East
' t 1 2 pass
! You. South hftM.
; What do you do?
. Answer Tomorrow
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
3 bedrooms,, diningroom, enlarg enlarged
ed enlarged kitchen, porch, hot Water,
maid's room. 2 bathrooms, all
screened. El Cangrejo L Street
' (55) No. 23 .Telephones 3 3-7527
7527 3-7527 3-6523. y w.
FOR RENT.- Furnished apart,
ment, one end two bedrooms,'
'clean.' Automobile Row No. 36.
FOR RENT. Modern, two bed bed-,
, bed-, rcom apartment, Maid's room
and service, garage. Justo Are-
f semen Avenue 37-1 1, Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-2341.
FOR RENT: In Bogueta three
bedroom furnished apartment;
linens, blanket. Phone 3-1146.
FOR RENT: Commercial locale)
. in Justo Arosemena Avenue op opposite
posite opposite Cristo Rey Church, Tel-,
' 't .'. .. '. :
The Diablo playground program
officially got under wav June 9
.at 8:00 a.m. An .' pnt.hiisiactiA
crowd' of boys and girls from ag.
es 6 through 16 are enjoying our
dailV Camp n"V haltithall srnh
cry, tumbling, batt'eball,. softballi
boxing,- stunts, ping pong and
ThR "OMTPt. hniir" im tumiminn
increasingly mnr nnmiUp wkiu
the younger children Hstpn tn
their favnrito ctnrio tba- m,
boys ; and girls are f improving
men tiuui ai cnccKers, canasta
cnbbage, monopolyand dominoes.
Friday will be contest day all
summer. For intra p'avground
clay, all the boys and .gi-ls hav?
been divided into two teams the
Reds and the Blacks. ,
When Friday's archery free free-throw,
throw, free-throw, and boxing contest jnd the
basketball and vollyball ( games
were over, the Reds Were ahead
by only 10 points. The Blacks are
sure that -next week, will tell a
different story. i
-.Anyone ir 'Djable-.r Los1 Bio, or
Curundu' who Wasn't reg'sterer'
may stilt do so; Come on, out and
join our fun.
CHOPPERS COP KOBBE
, KEGLING CHAMPIONSHIP.
The final night of bowiing sched.
tiled ound the Choppers and the
Heavenly Daze Sextettes tied for
iir.st nlace. Chonnpr wra nnnna
ing the last place Ochos and the
ncavemy vazes toon I on i the
eighth- place Lushes. : 4 j t
In the opener, both the Chop,
pers and the 'Daze took the first
Sam. anrl the tin fnl th Ian mm
leadership continued. In the sec.
unu game, me ucnos resting in
the cellar arnp unrl cmoplraH tka
Choppers, and on the other hand
the Lushes playing to form,' took
it on the chin lrom the Heavenly
Dazes. At this point of the pro.
ceedings the Heaven'y Dazes had
undisputed possession of the top
rung, and it -appeared that the
championship mantle -Was going
to be draped on the backs of the
Heavenly Dazes. -1
then in story book fashion,' the
Six j Lushes lashed into the' dazes
witii an ; array ot striked and
spares, and this upset the Hea.
venly Dazes so much that their
own bowling fell off. The Lushes
trounced the Dazes so badly
that they not only lost the game
but the total pin marker. In the
meantime the Choppers; encouraa.
ed by the success, o the Lushes
recovered -their touch and -took
the last game, .and with it the
The winning roster included
three queens, Beula Stirling, Ma Marian
rian Marian Howard," and Ginny Co iren;
and three jacks, Alex Stirling,
Don Coldren and Sal Laquada Laquada-ra.
ra. Laquada-ra. The runnerup sextette, had,
Ray and Connie Banks, Ginny
and .Bruce Hassler, Betty Rose
and Russ gtrode.
rinismng in third place, were
the Las firatas, made a valiant
try but fell short by only 1V4
pojnij out ot the top spot. Three
husband and wife duos comprised
uns sexieue, oacKS, uwen and
Ed Carters, Pat and Jack; Al.
lens,. Miriam and Ed.
rTwo Bowlers distinguished them,
selves on the -inal night, in throw throwing
ing throwing scratch 500 series. Jack Car.
ter of the Pirates roled 526, and
Shep Sheppard 557.,
""i'f-' yy I .:
BARDO No. 28 B" Street a. MORRISON-th T Ju?y Avf A, iWK L0V.RDHSI,lAMle.r,,'1,,ln 'AHMACIA LOM LOM-(
( LOM-( FARMAC1A LUX 164 Cflr.1 Avenue eHOEHOLIVxOt AGE-J F e la tfaJ'w rvrn nnv ESTADOJj LNIDOS-I4S Ctml A...
MACIA VANnirRjisM sir. m r r, "'C1- Oss Ave. Ne, 41 e fOTO DOMY Juste Armmui An. ami M St m.
Beside the Bella Vista. Theatre.
PHILLIPS Oceansld Cottage
Santa Clara R. d P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1177 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Larger
Beach House. One mil past the
Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
j-FOR RENT: Spacious and mo mo-.
. mo-. dern rooms in recently construct construct-'d
'd construct-'d building. No. 6, 15th Street,
FOR RENT: Furnished thalet
two bedroom, living-diningroom,
bath, kitchen, U.S. Aemy inspect inspected.
ed. inspected. Phone 3-5351 or occur. 45fh'
St. 2-24 T Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: Chalet three bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 baths, living-dining
room, kitchen, garage, fenced
yard. Telephone 3-0771 good v
FOR : RENT. Upstairs 3NA
hcuse Francisco Filos St. Viita :
Hermosa, (5 rooms), informa information
tion information downstairs..
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE,
. I mlnsi from the heart of
:j San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences In
Dulles and Bungalows, all with -private
bath. Hot and cold water.
'! Prices S6 and $8 daily, -with
' For reservations P. O.
v Box 4459 ;
.Manager; Bill' and Elenor Jaspers
. June :id to' June 2&
Fidangue Travel Service
' YOUR FEET HURT? 1
trulned Chlropqdist will relieve
an foot trouble, coma, callous callous-sen.
sen. callous-sen. Ingrown loo nails, foot mas
sage." ele. : ..-
v Products v
) Arosemena Ave. 33-4S k
" 155 Central Ave."
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
. . TeL Panama 2-0552
( OSLY 2.3 Lbs.
Your' set back in your
- home in 24 hours
No Service Charge
Half Price On
US Trained Technician
J Tholi Ave. No. 18-20
YMCA SKIN1 DIVERS. We have
your', choic f equipment.
, CRAWFORD AGENCIES, CORP.
"J St;13A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
I E G I NNERS SPEARFISHING
; OUTFIT Quality Italian. JunyLux
Gun, Fins and Mask. .'. $11.50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" St. I3A-30T.I. 2-1905.
FOR SALE: Beautiful purebred
sealpoint Siamese kitten. Phone
-3-4679. ; r
FOR SALE: The sal f pre pre-Colombian
Colombian pre-Colombian design bateas con con-tinees.'
tinees.' con-tinees.' Will ((ll German police
do.-: Art America, Automobile
FOR SALI: ,. metal and 3 ma mahogany
hogany mahogany off ico desks 2 mahe mahe-any
any mahe-any tables used. Call Warner
Bros. 3-1388 and 3-4911.
FOR SALE: Modern 7 pc. sec
ionat nvingroom aet," 16 mm.
movi projector. Remington
model, 70 30-06 rifle frontier
pistol 38 cU Underwood type type-wrlter,
wrlter, type-wrlter, 1957 Buick Special, 4J
door. hardtoD. n Onr ..:u. j.
-luxe. Phona Balboa 2871. V
FOR SALi!t BA Vtu
j $130. 4 h.p. Saw $85, electric'
ironer i lu.pu. Kenrhore vacuum
with "attachment, $25.00, Ken Ken-more
more Ken-more console, sowing machine
eomplet $125.00. Juicer $3.00,
camera $15.00, 2 electric shav.
art $3.00 J no r...:.
-v,-:- t .. .', .: L,.t:.-'.
; SAHi-Two. new Finco
preasiemblcd 4 tlament high
gain broad band. Yasji FM anten.
nai. Panama 2-1481.
FOR SALE A ii w...
r... y.w.vviflin nesr
inghous refrigerator. Brand new
nir, oest otter over $75. Tele Tele-phon.
phon. Tele-phon. Balboa 2872. JU Rid
Rl Balboa Heights.
World Gliding" :
e Under Way;
WARSAW fiVPi ... m.
world championship gliding con.
u a.s Penel formally by: Pol.
isn Prime Minister Josef Cyran.
at c est,eday to ceremony
at an airfield nrnr Tjikv ni
frontle?0" E'St Gefn
, Sixty-six pilots from 22 eoun.
trier on both1 sides of the Iron
SU! w,tre entered & the con.
ltsi ,U? sctual competition
scheduled to get underway Mon.
day. i h' t
Four V. S -pilots were among
the entries. They. inc'uded Franci?
B. tompton, of Miami, Fla.:
Seyrr; sTmith, of Woddland
Hills, Calif.; Lyle A. Maxey, of
Dpwney, Call:.; and (Paul F.
Bikle, o Lancaster, Ccalif.
rPolish authorities have brdught
the comeDtition tn t.h
tention of East Germany t'o avoid
pussiuie mciaenis". The gliding
wi'l take place within a few mim
utes flying time of the East Ger
man border. : s w
MQTEL PLANNED 1 ;
HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI) -Hotel
Corp. of America yesterday
announced plans for a $2 million
motor hotel, the" first td be built
within the ,city limits of Harford.
Tito -Vows To Fight To Preserve
jwr&vii'Xt'i'Zl '! "-''i'';i'
Yugoslavia's independent Policies
' RRT.RRATiF YiiftnslavVa fVT1
President Tito declared yesterday
mat Yugoslavia shali tight u
necessary to preserve its inde inde-npnrlnnt
npnrlnnt inde-npnrlnnt nnlirip' e I nst inn
slaughts of the Soviet ,b oc seeking
to maxe ueigraae loe tne Moscow
In a r stinging speech to 50,000
cheering mine workers,, Tito blast.
ea soviei rremier iiKna nnrusn.
chev, Communist China and most
of the satellite states for their bit bitter
ter bitter attacks that he said had le t
"an accumulation of bitterness"
in Yugoslavia.' -i -t
Tito defended Yugoslavia's ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of American aid and
strongly refuted, the Soviet bloc
charges that 'he was selling out
to capitalism by accepting tf. S.
"We are not anxious to fight,
but we sha'l fight if it is imposed
on" us,"' the Yugoslav leader
warned.- '. 't
rf ::-' it'1.j:i;:,'?:ii.i.ii'-f '.'..?" v..;'.''
' Pulping Singled Out
r Marshal Tito singled out the
PhinAcA rnmmnmt. a the IpaH
ers of the recent Red attacks on
nis nation s policies and oeoi.
"Thn fhinpso rnmrnnnUt. npivs
papers are continuously attacking
our country ana our icaaersnip,
using such insulting language that
even Marx and Lenin, if they
could heart., it. would turn over
in their graves,". Tito said." .".,
"The Chinese Communist Ipafl.
ershin," he dec'arcd, "is accusing
us of receiving 2 billion dollars of
WIevre I Street FAR MA CIA SAS"-VU
MR. $ALIR.f,i,,tor. .11
ortelain. Frigidair, duty said,
in eicellent condition. Bargain.'
Telephone Panama 3-1702.
fOR 'SALEt w Bedroom set,
doubl bed, with coil spring and
, beauty rest nuttross, d reuer and
bench, chest of drawer $150.
Apply, Cairorcio "f" St.. 1.
front of apartment building Las
.ires nermanas from J p.m. to
7 P.IV: ..A
FOR SALI Complete furnish,
-ings for small apartment: : one
king-sis and on Hollywood
- d; with inner-spring mattresses,-
dresser; chiffonier; chest of
drawers; dinet set;, 9 pied Rat.
fan living room set; pertaM
, sewing machine; refrigerator;'
automatic washer; gas steve i
; dishes and kitchen utensils all
in excellent condition moderately
t priced for quick sal. Apt. 4
,t:i"Am,flca Camp Aleg,.. to r
FOR SALE: Norg automatic
washer. Excellent condition. Al Al-bfOQk
bfOQk Al-bfOQk 3169. Wetkdays only.
FOR SALE: Singer electric sew sewing
ing sewing machine. Attachments. $45.
Balboa 6317 Q589-D Byan.
FOR SALt:laby crib $15.00.
high chair $12.00. 'play p :
SI0.0Q. Tl. Curund, 2?21.? "I
FOR SALE: 4 burner gas stv,
d condition, inexpensive.
Want- wrought iron tabl d
"'"' Call La Cumbr 2065,
Solon Optimistic Regarding
Passage Of Labor Reform Bill
Irving Af. Ives JR.-N.J. (aid
yesterday that there is a good
labor reform bill tonight" without
any majors strengthening amend,
ments. ... ,
Ives, phfcf nnnKli..n .nn.,t-
of the ''moderate" bill,, which the
Senate has debated since Thurs
day, said the voting up to Satur.
day night "would almost indi.
cate", that the middle-of-the-road
approach f will prevail.
. "My guess would be that we
can complete action' by Monday
night- if we stay in session late
enough," Ives told newsmen,
-After an unusual Saturday ses.
8ion which lasted until 10 p. m,
the Senate? agreJ plimit debate
on the controversialimeasure wtck
lire to insure final vnto ssrlv
It did so after knocking down
a series of administration amend,
ments (. to stiffen the legislation,
w h i c h is i aimed at correcting
labor union abuses uncovered by
the Senate Rackets Committee.
i lvs, Kennedy Sponsor!
In .general, it would Mqulre
unions to make financial account account-ines
ines account-ines to the sovernment and : to
ho'd secret .. ballot elections. It
was. cosponsored by Ives and
Sen. John P. Kennedy (D.Mass.)
and was backed by a bipartisan
Still pending were some 1 re revisions,
visions, revisions, drafted .by senators ad.
voratino' pvpn st.prnpr lpffislatinn
than the administration, has pro-
United Slates aid. That is "not
trim. Rut it. wntilH have ftan
Tlin', nMtnt.. ; V1HI- n n I J J
with strong new Communist Chr.
nese attack; on Yugoslavia for
Its "revisionist" policies
.. The ofiicial Chinese Red news',
paper, The People's Daily, He
cused the Yugoslavs of being
''tools' of the United States and
vowed that the Chinese would
"carry the struggle (against Yu.
goslavia) to a conclusion.1' .v ,'
"A Deep Impression"
A later Chinese attack,' broad,
cast by Teiping Radio, charged
the Yugoslavs were "out. and out
reactionary'! servants of the Unit,
ed States and were aiming to "re.
store capitalist methods of admin,
istration arid management." The
authoritative blast was carried by
Red Flag, o'ficial journal of the
Peiping Communist Central Com Com-mittee.
mittee. Com-mittee. Tito, speaking at the Istrian
peninsula mining town of Labin,
declared that the new Soviet pres.
sure will not succeed but will
leave "a deep impressionin the
The "Soviet bloc countries, Tito
said, "are attempting to hide their
great and serious shortcomings
and troubles by directing slander,
ous and unprincipled attack
against pur, country."
"We hide nothing from our peo peo-Die."
Die." peo-Die." he said "We will nrint. ill
the Russian, Chinese and Satellite
aitacKs, wmie they do not."
fomo 1H AOVtDADES ATH1S-
4 Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Three deep-sea
Diesel powered fishing schooners,
1 60 to 75 ft. long, complete with ,'
cork insulated ic boxes holding
from -15 to 25 tons of ice, all
sails, electrical equipment, tele,
phones, sounding devices, and
in first class conditio, now
' gaged in Red Snapper and Group.
fishing in th Campeche Culf
aa. For full description and
photographs, writ Star Fish Br
Oystr C., Inc., f. 0. Bex 26. 1
' Mobil, Alabama, U. S. A. ,
FOR. ; SALE: Wooden shrimp
, boat built 1957 operating well
new. Writ box .1059 Panama,
Shows Up In Public
Af Moscow Ballet
Mosrnw itpt ruUA .j
disgraced fnrmpt ITnr a! tr- vf;;
ter Dmitri T. Shepilov showed up
iu puouc in Moscow Saturday
night for the first time In
He attends nAitAiM.Mi
i m tJ ?tTlt BaUet the
. i,. piwviiiuaijicti uv
...w wauuc, ana were seen
SheDilnv ha lw. k
the Moscow Instiriit nt r
mica and at the Frunze UniverJ
Ch.XS.f- V Committee
Sk J 0l!? McClellan (D.
Ari,i declined to. reveal in
vance the. mature of one' .me
"f"4. h was contemplating He
not aure yet whethw
Mctleiian. who also exoectV--.
ur r h.. meas.
"r'm j 7"? racketeering.
ulH!" to get ,o
m Z.a lnt wUl do
to get everything I' want."
J? he doubted that any
n the -Taft-Hartrey. Act
'Ives mill k. u-j i..
he mm h- X sec"n. although
. N1.RB Jurisdictioa
The section provides, ,monp
I shnV fr8' for the'NaH
It JS?M,edeI Jurisdiction.
been fired from their jobs -Among
other features, it would
make aubject to court 'ini.JSi--
SLl Picketing to
extract -money from employers
Ivw said that the outcome if
votes on Dendmcr
may depend on the absentees."
I f earning at noon Monday, de.
bate on MPh nS;.. J.'
,.,;n t. v "I r, "'"enamenr
will e, limited to 30 minutes.-An
uuiwoiiat. six nours will, be al.
owed for general discussion of
tne4 measure before a final vote
TO OUR ADVERTISERS: v
, Withia.yiew toward improving .service and correcting
. J irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to time,
: THE PANAMA AMERICAN lias established a special
Please dial Tel. Jj 1 U
. ,We will appreciate your call which
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: Listen t th Genera) Electric
Company of England, higher fi fidelity
delity fidelity equipment and compare.
Til",- i,,b,' cn"l Avenue.
10-30 next t th Lottery Build,
Lost from La Crests neighbor-'
hood Cocker Spaniel dark tan
colored, blonde legs and ears,
six months old, large for age,
answer to name of Magoo. Col Col-.
. Col-. lar with rabbit pag, 715556
license tag. Reward for return
or information as to whereabout.
Call Panami 3-3430 or 2-0483.
aity in JKhazakhstan.
bhePllOV Wax Olisfprl frnm.. h!.
party and high government posts
in limn Iftn i r
" :, ailing wnn iormer
rremier ueorgi Malenkov, Deputy
Premier Vvachpslav iw Mnint
and First Deputy Premier Lazar
A.aj;anovicn, au were accused' of
"anti.party activities,". u
'"':' "A "' ''iT- ''-", ;. J'i;-
Recent Tumors ancrfrl ti
ousiea leader had. sufiareo a
more -drasUe fate ,' than hanicn.
ment to minor nnst.s
Nikita S,i Khrushchev himself
denied the rumors."
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TILE PRICES INCREASE
PHILADELPHIA- CTIPT J: Ar4i.
strong t Cork Co. will boost the
price of excelon and asphalt tile
by about three percent on July l
to oilset relatively s depressed
prices on the two products as well
as v rising costs of productipn, it
was announced yesterday,'
COUNCIt SCOUT EXECUTIVE
Stewart, scoutmaster, Troop 5
... ...... ..... ..... m
iorm oi a large size wooaen jsoy
in Mie iroup meeting iiii ui mc vwicui ui ut, juu&c m a
con. ,A troop is eligible for the local council's troop advance advancement
ment advancement award when 40 percent of the scouts in a troop'are fii'
, class or higher Troop 5
. 3 -minute i
cleenin, of motor $5. wsxin i
! 6- Aut-Baiio, Trana-I
wu Highway Mar Sesrs.
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feur and wif as maid. S100 i
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quired. Phono 3-1081.
NEED HOME: Feeder lee r
2 yrs old, grey Tom est ni,
T-Bone. Independent, but tj!
tolerate adults and cnilrfren ijii
demanding. Family free li
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CANCELS TRAILER SHUTf,
EDGARTON. -Wisr I;i-T'v?"t
Highway Trailer Co. yester A
nounced the annual. July1 fi
shutdown of its truck traia
vision, will be called off thir l
because of a 100 Der cent
in backlog over the- oast
DANIEL O. DANIELS preserl
of Ancon. The award, In t
. .411 u- .1. J
ouuui, cniuicm, ,wiu ue piacs
percentage js over ou.
for prompt attention
will enable us
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President Chamoun Mans Gun
iAs Rebels Attack Residence
Russia's Top Ambassadors
Plan Trouble For De Go
Heading Home To Moscow
i (i nil
Camille Chamoun was re reported
ported reported iO have fired sudim sudim-chine
chine sudim-chine gun himself on attacking
rebels around the presidential p&i p&i-aca
aca p&i-aca yesterday in a spreading snow
down battle so. furious tea U.s.
Embassy dependents were alertea
for possible evacuation. ,:. :
; Casualties were mounting- as
fighting r spread from the palace
and the Basta Moslem area to
downlown Beirut.; Fighting taper tapered
ed tapered off toward sundown. The reo reo-els,
els, reo-els, seeking overthrow of the pro pro-WesierA
WesierA pro-WesierA regime, said 100 persons
had been killed in 48 hours. Seim Seim-official
official Seim-official government sources said
as many as 75 had been killed in
the two-day period. ...... .. v-;,,--;'
LAST DAYl -I.O0- .50
OF THE YEAR"
ALEC MIKHEM. UCX IAWK1NS
A NEW KIND OF HORROR.
ADVENTURE UKAMA iu ,.
CHALLENGE YOUR i
St;0Vit4All Of THE
I in TOOK-
WE DARE J J 10 .B IT..
BUTT YO JK UWJN..K
Wf NE SDAY
The sun. ..the sand. ..but they were the big fire
The residence of Prime Minis
ter Sami es Sola was looted and
destroved. Mods Duraed all ins
personal papers, ana rebels fin
ished the job on the three-s-ory
building with dynamite. AH uiat
was left of the handsome rest.
denceVwas mass of charred
timbers and chunnsof plaster
and masonry, ;
' Rebel chief Saeh. Salam. his
home under bombarduieu vowed
to fight on until Chamoun resigns.
The situation is "conMig Closer
and closer o ODen civil war.
Salam said. He aisu Uoaouncei
United Nations i inter ventioq as
All Americans were warned to
AAmbassauor itobert McClintock
conferred bv telephone with the
Sta.e Dciiariment and asked it to
put the. embassy on an "alert
basis," a request expected to be
McClintock said he was aot or
dering emoassy employe depend'
en from the country, oat dis ac
tion would ive ttient a caoice of
leaving tuibulent Lebanon at gov
ernment expense. ;
The embassv Sent couriers : to
all American communities to tell
residents to remain indoors as the
fighting 'spread through ; Beirut.
McClintock. sard he was acting
"in view of the situation which
has developed in tb last 48 hours
and a possibility that muht
He conferred with President
Camille Chamoun, who ; was re re-Dorted
Dorted re-Dorted to have manned a subma
chine sun himself on the roof of
the presidential palace early this
morning to return the fire of rebel
The ambassador also conferred
with Army Chief Maj. Gen. Yad
Chebab, apparently to express
concern over, the safety of Amer
ican. lives and property.
The rebels last month burned
the U. S. Information Library in
Beirul and Saturday' sacked a
Coca Cola plant.
Artillery,: bazookas, machine
guns and small arms fire left nu numerous
merous numerous casualties since the show showdown
down showdown battle started, sources said.
Five of the dead were govern govern-ji
ji govern-ji t soldiers.
For the first time, the army
used artillery, The guns fired on
the home of Salam, who took ref refuge
uge refuge in a cellar.-, His nephew ar.d
his chief aide were reported
pick up 7th pght The rebels
To Find 'Snowman
His In Failure t
i KATMANDU, Nepal (UPI)-An
American expedition to find the
"abominable snowman" ende I' in
The team returned here y ester
day to report it had- not sighted
the snowman, a creature only two
white men claim : to have seen
but which orms an important
part o folk legend in the Him.
The expedition was headed by
W. M. Russell and included pho.
tographer Norman ; Pyhrenfurth
and several native Sherpa ;climb.
The snowman,' or Yetl, as the
Tibetans call, it, i was j reported
sighted by -Soviet scientist A. G.
Pronin last year and by a Polish
war prisoner who escaped Russia
via the Himalayas.
' It is supposed to 'be thick-set,
measure from five to nine feet
ta 1, have reddish-gray hair, Wid
walk like a human being.
a The Russians have an ,( expedi expedi-tion
tion expedi-tion underway in their own Pamir
mountains, where Pronin reported
his find. - i ' 1
On 9Day Official
Visit To Cairo
CAIRO (UPI)-Premier Kwame
Nkrumah of Ghana arrived here
yesterday for an official nine-day
visit during which he will have
talks with United Arab Republic
President Carnal Abdel Nasser.
Nasser greeted Nkrumah at Al.
maza Airport after two squadrons
o! UAR Mig jet fighters had es.
corted the p remier's chartered
airliner Over the field.
Nkrumah : andk Nasser shook
hands warmly and a military
band played the national anthems
of both nations. The two leaders
then rode into the city, in a 1L
mousine through streets decorat decorated
ed decorated with .UAR and Ghana flags.
NEW YORK (UPI)-Watch out,
I On your guard, Gen. Rafael
I Trujillo Jr.'
When it comes to handing out
free gifts, retailers across the
United States can give you both
competition. '' ; J
A s United Press International
survey .reveals that many mer merchants
chants merchants are going in for some o'd o'd-fashipned
fashipned o'd-fashipned showmanship and new.
f angled gimmicks to woo the con.
suraer and stimulate sales.
They're giving away stockings
andsubway jidesadillacs .and
cabin cruisers ladders and lubri.
cation, and just plain money. ?
Perhaps the most intriguing
sales gimmick came up last week
when the New York City Transit
Authority announced a plan to let
PARIS June 16 (UPI) The Communist Party called today for demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations againstPremiarXharles de daulle on Wednesday, the 18th anniversary of his
appeal to Frenchmen to fight on against the Germans. 1
'.'4 Red organs and4. Communist-led unions called for mass meetings and strikes in
major cities throughout France' on the an niversary to fight what they called de
Gaulle's "fastest",: supporters. i j v, .'
: 5The comrnunistsy: evident Intention lsr to try to break tip the patriotic celebra celebra-tions
tions celebra-tions scheduled' that day, including a parade which de Gaulle himself will lead to
Paris's famed Arc'de Triomphe. J
'Rightists also are; expected to be active on Wednesday, fand it appeared possible
that some of the "Public Safety Committees" formed secretly during the past 30
"days; of near-rebellion- might try, to seize control of local government in some parts
of" France. T --V'iv. ,'''.' r '
Observers here discounted that
threat, however,' pointing out that
recent developments in Algiers
principal center of anti-government
activity appear to indycate
that the rebels are on the run. r v
The r,'Safety Committees" in
France! have operated under cov.
er for the most part. 1
Over "the weekend, however, the
committee in Lyon France's
third cityproclaimed its existen.
ce and announced it is lining up
with Air Force Gen. Lionel Chas.
' De Gaulle re'axed' in this home
town yesterday for the first time
since he swept into Paris May 30
to become Premier.
He went home to Colombey
les.Deux.Englises Saturday night
to spend the week end working on
papers and going for walks around
the countryside of northeastern
The general and his : wife at.
tended church yesterday morning
and most of Colombey s 200 citi.
zens turned out to cheer, him.
After the service, De Gaulle
stopped in front of the church to
shake -hands with some -of his
Why Is it most free-for-alls ore
caused by a know-it-all? v
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VACATION CHURCH SCHOOL Small group of children talk:
over the stories of the life of Jesus with teacher during one
of the sessions of the Balboa Union Church's vacation bible
school. Shown here are: Ronnie Byrd, Judith Holgerson, Ed Edward
ward Edward Drew, Deanna. Mae' Stewart, Cheri Henderson- and as assistant
sistant assistant teacher Betty Crowe. Parents and friends of the stn-:
dents are being invited to an open house Friday at 6:45 p.m.
subway and bus riders, get free
rides for certain soap coupons.
Three coupons equal one, free
This offer came shortly fter
manufacturers of jet airliners said
they'll arrange for trade-ins on
piston-powered jobs such as Boe Boe-ing
ing Boe-ing Stratocrulsers and DC7s. s
A car dealer in Detroit offers
buyers free lubrication -service
for the life of the car. Another
dealer in Langhorne. Pa., dupli.
cates this offer and throws in a
free dinner for two. A lucky cus.
tomer in Dallas bought a new
car and also received a bOatrout.1
board motor and boat trailer.
A paint store in Dallas gives
away a free ladder to those who
purchase enough paint to cov,
er the house. ,
Moroccans, Tunisians May Balk
At Supporting Algerian Rebels
TUNIS, June 16 (UP) -(UPI)
Algerian tebel leaders today
sought renewed Tunisian and Mo Moroccan
roccan Moroccan support for Algeria's inde.
pendence from French rule.-.
. Obitrvers believed however,
that the rebel proposals would
receive polite brush.off from
Tunisian and Moroccan loaders
who do not want to jeopardise
their own relations with France
at this time. ;i ::.f:.l;w-:? w
Three top men in the Algerian
National Liberation front (FLN)
flew here from their Cairo head head-quarters
quarters head-quarters during the weekend to
present a Tunisian-Moroccan con.
ference with blueprint for a
projected Viree Algerian ; govern,
ment. -tH t v?v'"!'"-
. The conference was being at
tended by Tunisia's President. Ha.
bit Bourguiba and Moroccan Pre Premier
mier Premier Ahmed Balafrej. :; It .was
scheduled primarily so- Tunisian
between their two couhtries.
, But an FLN spokesman said
in Cairo that the- FLN dolega. dolega.-tion,
tion, dolega.-tion, led by rebel chieftain For.
hat Abbas, would press for ac.
tion on recent Tinnier" eon.
ference resolution recommend.
Ing formation of a "free" Alfe.
There were indications that Tu Tu-nisian
nisian Tu-nisian and Moroccan leaders would
urge the FLN to go slow and look
for compromises with France.
ALGIERS (UPI)-Gen.' Charles
de Gaulle will return to Algeria
next month for a first hand
look at the war with the Moslem
nationalist rebels and a forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming French offensive, author,
itative sources said Sunday night.
The report coincided with state.
Sell' In US
A drug store in Albany,
daily gives away aprons to
first 100 lady shoppers.
A department store in Utica,
N.Y.,' keeps a giant Jingo game
going. : Shoppers get free bingo
cards as they enter and numbers
are announced on the loudspeaker
system while they shop, i Prizes
Include phonograph machines and
1 Home Improvement
A home builder at Park Forest,
111.7 opens "a"?l,000 bank 'aceount
or each purcnaser. uome pur.
chasers who deal with one Cleve.
land builder get $500 which they
must spend within six months for
landscaping or home v equipment.
nent, from other sources hai
key units of the 400,000 man
iranfli; nrmv in Algeria ave
rrnna nn thA alert to stage
offensive designed to smash once
and for all. -we aw-year-oiu
! De Gaulle, who toured Algeria
j. j.vi June 4.6 alter his
XUi HUES .- ru
.nnonsinn to Dowel as rrencn
Premier, was expected to pay a
Lt.,, vicit. before July 14, the
F r e n c h national inueyeuucuvv
d8The sources said the general,
who called lor an end to the
fighting and "integration -.of Al Algeria
geria Algeria and France during his first
tour, would spend- most f his
time at Ruraigreau and get 4
close look' at the war operation.
One of his p edges to France was
an end to the costly Algerian
De Gaulle's secretary general
for Algerian affairs, Rene. Brouil Brouil-let,
let, Brouil-let, was arriving in Algiers from
Paris for conferences with Army
Commander : Gen.-' Raoul Salan,
De Gaulle's delegate r general m
Ai cerift 1 ,i: '" :l X
They expected to discuss De
Gaulle's visit and plan -a, pro program.
The army's emphasis was on
offensive tactices designed to cut
off rebel supplies and smash the
Algerian liberation r movement,
using selected units of the army,
including V t o u g h paratroopers,
, The sources said the units were
expected to be deployed in the
region near the1 Tunisian frontier
in an effort to cut the irebel
supply lines running acrosf the
border into Tunisia.
Tp Reach Peak Peak-Economic
Economic Peak-Economic Agency
BOSTON, June 16 (UPI) -Per.
sonal income will reaach a new
peak this year though earnings
and dividends will decline slight,
fy a Boston economic research
agency 1 predicted today. l t
The "Worst is over" in the re re-cession.
cession. re-cession. United Business Service
. ; said in an analysis of its findings.
ine service jjieuitieu nut uum.
ness activity :f 'will move roughly
sidewise this summer wen aei-
initely turn upward in the fall."
UBS said personal income in
1958 would reach a peak of v 345
billion dollars vmpared with
343 billion dollars last year, u n
The service said that average
cornoration fcarnines would de
cline 20 cer cent from the 1957 lev.
el, resulting ina live per cent ae.
crease in payments to stocknoia.
ers. ''Z: : v:.;'- ;::'!' ;. iK''i -''.-f 't'J 1: V
UBS said that the total retail
business in 1958 wouh equal the
200 billion dollars volume of last
year despite lagging consumer du.
rable goods sales including cars
aim HuyuHiiLea. - i
The year's output of new auto.
mobiles will liKeiy reach 4,Z30,uou
the agency said, the lowest since
1918. : Early Introduction of 1959
mode's may give a strong impe.
tus in the last quarter of the
year, UBS said. ,
Mom Rates Higher
' OSSINING, N.Y. (UPI)-Mom
apparently rates higher than pop
with convicts at Sing Sing Prison
The inmates sent out about 200
Mother's Day cards. (But oniy
about 50 '.'.of 1 them remembered
their fathers with cards yesterday
many other.' "builders offer such
gimmicks as free hi-fi- sets, color
iv, home appuances and wall-to.
; This sgmmer, "operation ping
pong" is expected to put more
bounce into business at Knoxville,
f enn. Airplanes will dop ping
pong balls that contain gift certi,
iicates. a r.'-?--.r,.-:-
In Miami, a new grocery store
sent out engraved invitations that
offered free one dozen eggs,
pound of coffee., plus a dilverdol.
lar, for every $5 spent.
An appliance store in Ma con,
G.;-gives away t- free'Wash
wear suit with every purchase of
an automatic washer.
1 And a sign painter in Cleveland
recently advertised: "Free 'Help
BEAUTIFUL BAIT -When a
movie or TV director wants to
bait a man trap these days, he
doesn't hesitate a minute before
whistling up curvy, blonde Bar Bar-nara
nara Bar-nara Nichols. In her newest
and biggest movie role she's
Aldo Ray's faithless wife in
'The Naked and the Dead."
On 3-Month Tour
Of Europe, Russia r
CHICAGO, June 16 (UPI) -Adlai
E. Sievensdn, twice-defeated
Democratic candidate for v Jt'res Jt'res-ident,
ident, Jt'res-ident, departed yesterday on a
three month trip to Europe anu
the Soviet Union hopeful of seeing
some "oii limits areas',' in Russia.
The former Illinois 'governor
plans to remain through Aug., 10,
extensively touring southern and
soulh-ceiyral i Russia, areas, winch
nreviouslv have been closed to
r i .. r .' '' -I-
Americans. r ,
During astop over in ,jyionirsai
Stevenson saiu he was eager io
meet Soviet Premier Nikit, S,
Khrushchev and other Soviet lead,
4,Tho best way 'to understand
the world is to go and see for your,
self," he said,
Kfpupnsnn said the only Russian
o'ficial he knew personally was
foreign minister Andrei Gromyko,
whom he met during the formative
days of the United Nations.
Durina his stay in Russia, Ste
venson wi I represent the Authors'
League of America m negotiating
for payment of royalties on Amer.
ican articles puuiisueo. w tue u.o.
S.R. , .
RUSSIAN VACATIONS SLOP
LONDON (UPD-The Royal
Automobile Club said, that "drive
to Russia", vacations, begun with
much fanfare last; year, have
flopped jmiser ably because they
cost to mucn. A spoKesman saia
the club had received some 2,000
inquiries about the ; driving : tours
but only about a half-dozen mo motorists
torists motorists had signed, up for the trip.
The spokesman blamed high
costs due to artificial exchange
rates on Soviet currency for most
of the lack of business.
I. Roberto Eisenman Jr.. who
has ; just; returned from nis
studies at the Wharton School
of Finance and Commerce of
the University Of Pennsylvania,
has lust been namea manager
of the American Bazaar's chain
of men's stores. At Wharton
Rnh snecialized m finance, mer
chandising and retail store ad administration.
ministration. administration. Bob is the third
generation of his family to worn
at the American Bazaar, ine
first was his .grandfather, Gus,
who with his partner Carlos
Eleta founded the business in
1904. Bob succeeds his fatner i.
Roberto, Sr. who has been man managing
aging managing the store for the last 28
years. Elsenmann sr. wm de
vote himself to other interest
while-hl spn-- takes over,, the
reins of : management at tne
retail stores. .Young Eisenman's
plans for the stores include an
enlargement of the tailoring dl-
1 vision. : .
4 VI I A III!
i 3:20," 4:56, 6:57,
sia recalled most of its top am.
bassadors Horn Western capitals
yesterday and today in a move
believed to herald major develop
ments in Soviet nilicy. : ..
Jacob Malik. Soviet amhassad.ir
to London, said "I am "going on
business" when he took off for
Moscow this morning following de departure
parture departure of other envovs frnm
Washington, Paris and Cairo. .
Western experts speculated th
summons home meant the. Com
munist Party central committee
was being called into, session for
major decisions. ' ,
A similar diplomatic recall
preceded the downfall last sum.
mer of former Soviet premiar
Ctorgl Malenkev and foreign
minister V. M. Molotov. ;
This one was made more Ins.
truiting by reports that Communist
Chinese ambassador to nina
other communis; counties in-
eluding Russia and Yugoeslavia-
have been called back to. Peiping
almost simultaneously, r
: Mikhail Menshikov, Soviet am ambassador
bassador ambassador to Washington, left his
post yesterday for, Moscow. So did
Sergei Vinogradov, ambassadot to
Today malik, a member of the
central committee and highest -ranking
of Soviet envoys aL-road,
left London airport for, Moco
without prior announcement.
"I am going en business," he
told reporters. "When one goes
on business in one's own couw
try It is always a pleasure."
. The Soviet ambassador to West
Germany, Andrei Amirnov, also
Church Of England
Is Latest Target
01 Slapped Peer
LONDON UPI) -.Lord Altrm-
.cham, the peer who had his face
slapped lor denouncing tne yueen
las; yea r. stirred up another
controversy tosay : with a ; bitter
attack on the Church of England,
its sacraments and us. clergy
The 34-year-old bachelor peer
described the sacrament of con-
firmaaon as a "kind of spiritual
sheepdlp' in a. book to be pub
lished this week. v
Atrihcham sflid hiany Anglican
Clergymen tninK or noiy- commu
ninn as a ritual similar to brush.
ins their teeth. He oronosed that
parsofls renounce marriage and
called Geoffrey Fisher, the arch arch-bishop
bishop arch-bishop of Canterbury and prima.?
of the official church, "the .wrong
m.'ir in the wrong job." : ;
'.' Aitrincham's attack was expect
ed to bring angry rebutlals, -as
did his denunciation of the Queen
and the- Royal family ; last year
At that time, he attacked the
Queen's "scholareirl" way of mafc
'. 1 ,. -1 -II 1 J L
ing speecnes ana ,riaicuiei wnai
ne canea vine too npaste smues
of the Royal family.
-As a resul; of the furor, a mem member
ber member of the Empire League walked
up to the peer on .the -street and
slapped his face, The slapper drew
a fine inT court' '-i ..i--f.4-
In his attack on the church, an
institution closely connected with
'.'he monarchy and which Queen
Elizabeth heads in her role as
"defender of the faith," -Altrin-cham
"We must beware of subject subject-ing
ing subject-ing adolescents to a kind of
spiritual sheepdip which becomes
no more than-a brief interlude of
priggishness and religiosity in a
lifeime of indifference.',' This
was" a reference; to confirmation.
"By the standards, of many
clergymen, communion is as nec necessary
essary necessary to salvation as the regular
cleaning of teeth to bodily hy hygiene."
giene." hygiene." :
Clergymen should not marry
and should "deny themselves ihe
satisfactions of family life."
"The prejudice against female
ordination (to the clergy) is one
of the oddest and ugliest of tradi traditional
tional traditional church whimsiesi" v -.
LA S T
9:o 0.75 1
' prtstnU f. I
f lo Storing .'
AN M-8-M RELEASE
was planning to return to Russia
thvs week on vacation.
Evgueni Kisselev, ambassaduf
to Egypt, sailed today from Alex,
andna aboard a Soviet ship. IU IU-ness
ness IU-ness was given as the reason nr
his departure. -
DcniD I7l;:p C!:.t
For Anli-US Acli
WASHINGTON (ITPT c...
Democratic whip Mike Mansfiel!
"-wd -yesterday -thtt gov
ernment workers who sell U s!
goods abroad at" black mark?
prices are partly to blame for rtl
cent outbreaks of anti-Amerir J
Mansfield, chairman clJ
ate subcommittee on State Dt
partment organization, asked tht
department for a complete repeal
can UPddfii'1" iale8 of AmerLl
Can EOOds ahrniH k
nT ... .. L.j u-. ? mpiomatic or.
"""ioj' piu missions. -
a assistant Secretary of Stat
William B. Macomber Jr. wh?
tne department intpnrf- a
stop such sales.
He said he was distiirhpd nvcr
recent press neDort that. Amri
can employes Overseas "have
from time to time been able to
reap .windfall profits-by the ex expedient
pedient expedient of selling on : the Iocs'
markets goods which they hk
imported from the United States
Mansfield quoted press repoi
which said .State 'Depart men
workers and employes of govell
ment contractors in Pakistan sdif
personal property, at inflate
prices and converted the proceed
t? dollars or deposit in tb
United States.- . - ;
y He said some recent anH-Amer-i
ican outbreaks abroad wert
Caused by Communist agitatior
but, he added: "I have little doubs
that some of this anti-Americsn.l
ism can bei traced to such factor
as the number of Americ?
serving abroadrv.the- ostental
with which sonre,' of our citiz,
live, and practices of the kind i
iui icui uum jTiuusian ana ei.
when V1,". '...,..
in many countries, he sa
"the local demand and reultaj
high prices for, American goo
is attributable intpart to impoj
controls which the United Statj
has encouraged so that- scari
foreign currencies in those coui,
tries can be utilized to: promol
mucn neeaea economic develo:
Weather Or Not
This weather rrnort for ih 9.
hours t ending 8 a.m. today,
prepared by the MeteorologlcJ
and Hydrographie Branch of tl,
Panama Canal Company: 1
, Balboa Cristba
TEMPERATURE: ) K
(max. mph) NW-12
RAIN (inches) ,.01
(inner harbors) 83
RI HOA TIDES
' TUESDAY,' JUNE 17
High Low N
3:37 a,m. 9:55 a.m.
3:45 p.m. 10:19 p.m.