The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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3rd gEAR PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1958
- FIVE CENT!
ranCanal Records Fall In Fiscal '58
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Helmets, Teargas,

Goytia Raps US Army Aid
To National Guard In May

Defeated Panamanian presidential candidate Dr. Vic Victor
tor Victor F. Goytia considers that the presence of Or. Milton
Eisenhower in Panama at this time would not be "very
propitious."
Eisenhower is expected to visit Panama and Central
America some time this month. Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles told his press conference in Washington to today
day today that no definite date had yet been set for the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower trip.
The Liberal Party candidate in the 1956 elections
expressed his views in an open letter to U. S. Vice Pres President
ident President Richard M. Nixon published in the Spanish-language
Miami newspaper Diario de las Americas.
Goytia gave as his reason "the deep resentment of
the Panamanian people for -the cooperation undoubtedly
given In good-faith. of the U. S. Army in the extermina extermination
tion extermination of a defenseless population."
Goytia made it clear in his letter that he wan refer referring
ring referring the alleged cooperation given by the U. S. Army
stationed on the Canal Zone to the National Guard during
last May's clashes with Panama City students.

Goytia described as a monstrous
act of genocide' the allegation that
"U.S. military forces supplied
cc-mbat rations teargas
steel helmets, campaign cots and
everything asked for by
wsti.i nnlv refusing to
u, ni.nn cas because of the
crave consequences it could have
5? '1 "ntornational OOiht Of
iruiBwf
VleHowevar, In his letter to Nix Nix-TSeVseld
TSeVseld Nix-TSeVseld brother
of Pro si dent BUenhowor should
com. to Panama "we would be
first to condemn any hostile do-
""TftTSrtli i linn
r.iiMid be was speaking for
himself and other PM"i
...ux w. h views and added
that he had sent the letter to Diario
j. i.. inri because apparent-
lj simUar letters which be had sent
. tu t n'Hnnrke. president Of
V" ilWW v
Balboa fire Chief
Gets Decoration
Fran HP Fire Dept.
ST rttirinn this month after
nearlv 30 vear of active serv service?
ice? service? presented Friday nignt
with the Order of the Interna International
tional International Foundation of Jose Ga-
and citation,
which are awarded onlv on
rare occasions, were presented
j.. ,u n.noi 7.nnA fire chief bv
nu.H ftabriel Duaue. third
chttTof the Panama Fire De Department
partment Department to a special ceremony
at the Panama Fireman's Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Club to Panama.
At the same time, he was
given the Rlcardo Araneo Gold
Medal. p of the highest of
th Panama Fire Department
decorations. This was presented
lw Raul Aran pro, Chief of tne
Panama Fire Department.
The two medals were two oi
jooes bv officials 6f various
Panama fire fighting groups
during the past two weeks.
Among them were the Certifi Certifi-cate
cate Certifi-cate of Honor and Merit riven
by the Fire Department of Chl Chl-tre
tre Chl-tre to recognition of his "spirit -tal
and material cooperation'
i mat organization auu
is of Honor and Mem
by Chief Julio Salas.
on behalf of tne coion f ire
Department.
A native pf Konkawa. Okla..
he has been with the Canal
Zone Fire Division 3lnce 1029.
He was stationed to Cristobal
for a number of years: was sta station
tion station commander at Margarita
and Diablo Helahts and was
promoted to the rank of can-
tain to 1MB. He was transfer transferred
red transferred to Balboa as district com com-Umder
Umder com-Umder and since 1956 has been
district chief of the Balboa
Fire District.
In addition to his regular fire
duties, Jones has been one of
those to charge of an ambiti ambitious
ous ambitious training program for Canal
rone fire fighters and has al al-frays
frays al-frays been ready and wilting to
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end a heroins hand to his fel
low fire fighters across the line.
Arter h" retirement, he and
Mrs. Jones Intend to makV their
home In. Dallas. Texas, where
the chief will continue to mjr mjr-sue
sue mjr-sue some of his manv hobbles
like fishing.

Rations

the Inter-American, Press., Associa
tion; Sen. Wayne Morse; Rep.
Charles O. Porter; State Dept. un undersecretary
dersecretary undersecretary Roy Rubottom, and
Milton Eisenhower himself, ap apparently
parently apparently had not been received.
.", Goytia WlhMCM other
things "attthteifoffio different,
in languages wm 't inclination
of diplomats t? nx only with
official element who frequent
clubs, cabarets. anars. .U.S.
officials are gradually digging an
abyss between a united Ameri American
can American and a divided America."
He added that "it is not possible
to get a clear picture of Latin Am
erican problems on the basis of
official versions, scotch and sodas,
and idle charter with salaried in intellectuals."
tellectuals." intellectuals." "Behind the scenes is the bitter
tragedy of some oppressed, enslav
ed and starving peoples observing
that the weapons of their assassins
come from the United States how
the strength of their oppressors is
partially the product of the taxes
paid by the American people for
the altruistic purpose of preserving
democracy and freedom in the
world," Goytia declared in his
letter. r
BBC To Broadcast
Weekly Programs
On Atomic Energy
Beginning Friday for seven
weeks the British Broadcasting
Corporation will feature a weekly
talk on atomic energy by Sir Chris Christopher
topher Christopher Hinton.
The talks are designed for the
requierements of a radio audience
and will enable anyone without
scientific knowledge to get a rea reasonable
sonable reasonable grasp of what Atomic En Energy
ergy Energy is.
Sir Christopher Hinton was form formerly
erly formerly managing director of the in industrial
dustrial industrial group of the United King Kingdom
dom Kingdom Energy Authority and was
responsible for building the first
major atomic power station in the
world at CaideP Hall. Hi his present
position' as char man of-the Central
Electricity Generating card he
iS now responsible for the civil at atomic
omic atomic power stations which are
being constructed hi British.
The talks can be heard on the 13,
18 and 19 meter bands at 6.45 p.m.
and 7.45 local time.

Statehood -hound Alaska Hopes For New

WAflHIMetON, July 1 (UPIlto sign the bill, a malor

Alaska., emerged onto the
threshold of statehood today ,to
a sunburst of predictions it will
open a vast new iron tier for
expansion of America's popula
tion and wealth.
Delirious statehood support
ers, their 42-year flaht nearly
over, could hardly believe It
when the Senate passed th
statehood bill last nlxht bv an
overwhelming; 84-20 vote.
Unpreeeden ted celebrations
broke out in Alaska where
river was dyed (told, bonfires
roared skyward and a beautv
queen astride a fire ladder bin binned
ned binned a 49th star on a 40-bv-60-foot
American flatr."
Administration sources said
President Eisenhower is certain

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By KEN JONES
As the hands of the clock on the
wan oi urisioDai courtroom som
bre y pointed to 1:45 yesterday
aiternoon, the man they call the
ueniai judge mopped his brow.
Well, that's that'' said Judge
E.l.P. Tatelman in rather a wist,
tul voice, as it to sum up the 27
years of work as Cristobal magis magistrate
trate magistrate which ended at precisely 4: 4:-15
15 4:-15 p.m.
His eyes wandered for the hst
time round his dark-panelled dom domain,
ain, domain, and rested on the judge's
chair on its raised dais trom which
he has meted out justice for so
long.
Than ho grinned the famous
Tatalman grin and strode out to
faco a life of retired ease in Flo Florida,
rida, Florida, fishing, collecting stamps
and tending hibiscus.
The last day In the life of a
judge is rather wearing, especial'
ly for a popular one like Judge
Tatelman. Last night he was tend
ing a sore fist which had been
pummeled and pumped by hund hundreds
reds hundreds of well-wishers during the
day.
'I really have been amazed" he
said. "Not only my friends and
people I am in daily contact with
here, have sought me out to say
goodbye, but people who are com
plete strangers have suddenly pop.
ped up from nowhere and accost accosted
ed accosted me in the street to wish me all
the best.
"Maybe they are people I havo
lot off lightly at some time or
other. Any way, it is all most
gratifying."
The judge's last day started
just like any of the other 5000
working days he has risen for as
Cristobal magistrate.
There was a the usual hunch of
cases waiting for him in the court courtroom
room courtroom a reckless driving a tres trespass
pass trespass ease, a bunch of sailors fight
ing and a San Bias Indian on a
vagrancy charge.
And the Judge treated them
with his usual fairness. The reck,
loss driver had broken an arm
and a log. "You've suffered n n-nough,
nough, n-nough, that's mora punishment
than 1 can give," said the judge
and fined him a token $25.
The trespasser said he had got
his clothes dirty at work and did
not want to be seen on the main
street so he cut home through the
railway yards.
'Quite understandable" said the
judge. But it would be better if
you took some clean clothes to
work to change Into." He suspend suspended
ed suspended sentence in the case for one
year.
The San Bias Indian, who had
a record for vagrancy, he sent to
jail for 30 days, and the sailors
were bound over.
Back in his office which was
looking a little bleak with the rav ravages
ages ravages of removing the accumulat accumulated
ed accumulated books, papers and parapherna paraphernalia
lia paraphernalia of three decades, the judge ap applied
plied applied his mind to the problems of
Admeasurement
Director On Leave
Effective tomorrow, and during
the absence on leave of Nell H.
Wilson, director of admeasurement
for the Marine Bureau, W. H. Heb.
ert will act as admeasurement di.
rector in addition to his duties as
chief admeasurer at Balboa. L.
L. Ewing will act as chief admea.
surer in Cristobal and as mem.
ber of the Board of Admeasure.,
ment.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and two
sons, one of whom has just re.
turned from Army service in Ger.
many, are sailing for the United
States July 12 on the SS Cristobal.
They have planned a long motor
trip, which includes a visit to a
third son in Michigan, and trips
to Florida and Quebec. They will
be back on the Isthmus Sept. 9.
triumph for one of the ton
items on his legislative agenda
The House previously passed
the bill and the Senate vote
Hawaii Steps Up
HONOLULU, July 1 (UPIi
Supporters of statehood for
Hawaii set out todav to ret lm
mediate action in Confess for
the Hawaii bill in hones thev
could ride in on the upsurge
created by Alaska's acceptance.
Nucleus of the renewed cam
paign for Hawaii was a letter
sent off today to editors of
hundreds of mainland newspa newspapers
pers newspapers of more than 3000 circula

That's That
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JUDGE E. I. P. TATELMAN, who spent his last day yesterday
as Judge of the Cristobal Magistrate's Court, is shown here re receiving
ceiving receiving the Master Key to the Panama Canal in the grade of
Honorary Counsellor to the Governor. The presentation was
made by Gov. VV. E. Potter In his office at Balboa Heights.

retirement and tackled the Job of
completemg a massive set of
forms authorizing the export of
bougainvillea cuttings to his new
home in Florida.
Than ho popped over to the
Clubhouse as usual for a bowl of
soup and a glass of milk an er erratic
ratic erratic meal because his spoon
hand was continually boing shak shaken.
en. shaken. Judge Tatelman's afternoon was
devoted to his successor, Judge
Loren B. Hillsmger, who arrived
with his wife and their eight-year-old
son aboard the Panama Canal
liner Ancon.
Down on Pier 9 where the An.
con docked, Tatelman neadea a
welcoming deputation which in included
cluded included Judge John Deming from
Balboa and Mrs. Deming, Sher Sherman
man Sherman Brooks clerk to Cristobal Ma Magistrates
gistrates Magistrates Court and David M. Jen Jenkins
kins Jenkins clerk to Cristobal Distiicc
Court.
Then the party went out to the
Hillsinger family's temporary
quarters, where the new judge
will stay for a month before mov moving
ing moving into his official home.
Judge Tatelman, despite his vi visions
sions visions of impending retiremen., im immediately
mediately immediately got his successor into a
corner and started talking shop.
Ha told Judge Hillsinger that
Cristobal was truly an interna,
tional Court. Mon clF every na nationality
tionality nationality in the world appear at
Cristobal Magistrates Court once
in a while.
At one time there were six inter interpreters
preters interpreters in ihe same case and ev even
en even two Chinamen who could not
understand each other's dialect.
Probably it was the mosl inter interesting
esting interesting magistrates court in the
world, he said:
.Mid afternoon, the party went
back to the courtroom where Judge
sent it to the White House.
The territory still must, ap approve
prove approve statehood in a referen referendum
dum referendum this fall. But this was
labelled a "sure thine:" bv
Its Own Campaign
tion, asking for a rejuvenated
editorial support for Hawaii.
Lorrhi P. Thurston, statehood
commission chairman, called a
meetlag of his group for Thurs Thursday
day Thursday to decile in detail how best
to take advantage of Alaska ?
triumph.
Whether the "go slow" advice
of several Congressional leaders
would affect the campaign will
fee settled at the meeting.

Judge Tatelman
27 Genial Years

Tatelman performed his last offi official
cial official act swearing in Judge
Hillsinger.
Was there a catchRMiis voice
as ha administered the oath? He
looked sombre as his final words
severed the last link.

Then he beamed round at the.n L ana ""

courtroom again, obviously think thinking
ing thinking of hibiscus and Florida. Then
the slight judge shook hands wuh
his successor, a tall, brawny ex ex-commando.
commando. ex-commando. And that, as Judge Tatelman re remarked,
marked, remarked, was that.

American Private Debt Rising Fast Fast-Income,
Income, Fast-Income, Savings Also On Upswing

NEW YORK (UPI) The av av-erage
erage av-erage American makes an annual
salary of between $5,000 and $7,000
a year and has around $1,570 in
cash savings. However, he also is
$2,900 in hock.
Some people owe more money
than others, but the fact is that
every single American, including
every baby born today, is in debt
to some extent.
The total public and private
debt in the United States at the
end of 1957 amounted to almost
726 billion dollars, an increase of
26 billion dollars over 1956.
Broken down further, the total
private debt, including mortgages
and installment debt, came to a
whopping 455 bi'lion dollars, an
increase of 23 billion dollars over
1956. The public debt at 271 bil
lion dollars was 3 billion dolars
greater than the., previous year.
Frontier Days
statehood backers.
A proclamation bv the Presi President
dent President after the referendum will
formally complete the state statehood
hood statehood process orobablv In
December.
Proposals are already pouring
In for designs for the new flag
which will have 49 stars.
A commission appointed ei
ther by the President or "Jon-
gress probably will be set up
to choose the design. The new
flag would go Into official use
July 4, 1959.
Alaska's prospective statehood
was seen as vast.lv enhancing
Hawaii's chances of entering
the Union as the 50th state,
although probably not before
next year at the earliest

PC Pilot
Tugmaster
Blamed

Judge Guthrie F. Crowe has rul ruled
ed ruled that the Panama Canal Com
pany is liable tor damage to a
ship, and her cargo, which ram
med the bank of the Gaillard Cut
in 1951.
The ship is the Aurora Boreali?.
a Panama-llae vessel of 5114 eross
ions ownea oy the bociedad dj
I Vonennpfna (Vi wi i mnc c A ,f
nama, which at the time of tne
accident was carrying a cargo of
coal consigned to Noazaki and Co.
Ltu. oi lonyo, Japan.
.
Crowe ruled both the pilot and
the master of the tug which was
assisting the ship through the
canal were negligent and dis displayed
played displayed a "lack of coordination
and cooperation."
The owners of the ship are
claiming $125,000 for damage lu
the hull of the ship and the own owners
ers owners ol the cargo are suing lor
$434,006,061.
'iiie dmuunt of the damages to
be awarded will be determined at
a subsequent hearing.
The judge's ruling goes against
the findings of a Boaru of ijocal
Inspectors of the Canal Zone Gov Government
ernment Government who conducted an inves
tigation into the accident and rul ruled
ed ruled there had been no negligence
on the part of the Canal.
The Aurora .Borealis started l.er
transit at 9:15 a.m. on July 20,
1951. The nilot. Cant Julius F
Diet called for the tugboat San
maw, stopperes by Capt. Wesk
Anaerson, wnich started to tow
the Aurora Borealis through die
rocky and narrow Gaillard Cut.
She veered, struck the bank of
the Cut and her hull was torn o o-pen
pen o-pen below the water line and wa water
ter water poured in.
The Panama Canol Company
denied all allegations of negli negligence
gence negligence on Ihe part of the pilot and
tugboat master ana counter-alleged
that the accident was due to
the vessel being unwieldy and un un-maneuvcrable
maneuvcrable un-maneuvcrable owing to its design,
age, general condition, lacK ol ei
gine power and the extent to which
5 Rcncidi uuuuiLiuii. at k ni Pn-
it was loaded.
The judge said
in his concln-
sions that the failure to use two
tugs to negotia.e the Cut was a
failure on the part of the diIoi tn
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The pilot had testified that Drior
to the accident he had received
no response to his commands to
the tug and this showed negligence
on the part of the employes in
charge of the tug. i
Figuring a population of 170 mil million,
lion, million, the public debt alone works
out to around $1,540 every man,
woman and child in the nation.
That is what you personally owe.
The private debt, of course, al also
so also includes the 217 billion dollars
that corporations owe. The pri private
vate private debt has risen at a much
faster pace than the public debt,
climbing from $250,900,000,000 in
1950 to 455 billion dollars in 1957.
Individual and non corporate
borrowers increased their debt by
some i4,4uu,uuu,unn last year,
while the corporate debt -ose onlv
$8,600,000,000. Both increases were
smaller than in 1956.
The corporate debt affects con.
sumers. A company must pay the
principal and interest on its loan,
and this is figured as a cost of
doing business which is rellected
in the prices that firms charge
for its products.
Anyway you look at it, (he total
public and private debt in the
United States is something to he
reckoned with.
While what we owe has been
increasing. So has the amount we
have been salting away in he
form of savings.
In the first quarter of 1958,
cash savings savings accounts,
government savings bonds and life
insurance rose by $5,600 000,000
to a all-time high of $268,225,.
000,000. That topped even the war.
time peak hit in 1944.
The installment debt incurred in
pin-chasing cars, appliances and
other durable goods is being paid
off at a healthy rate. Defaults and
repossessions are a low level.
In addition, personal incomes
have continued to top a year ago
despite layoffs in the hard goods
industries and the outlook is for
further increases in the months
ahead.

10,553 Transits
in Year Ending
Last Midnight

With
an all-time record
;.! ... j. i .
. 'cu' wmtn enaea ar
i r i if. t

mo v-unai was orr ro a bang-up start toward a new ftcord
today.
Scheduled for transit today were 21 northbound ships
and 13 or 14 to make the southbound transit, just about

u capaciry loaa.

When the last shio comnleterl itc nnicnna fkmnL

the Canal last night, the total transits for the fiscal year
stood at 10,553 compared with 10,137 for the previo3
fiscal year. ;jB
Of the 1958 transits, 9187 were ocean-going coifl
mercial vessels and 279 were ocean-going governmenf
craft. The remainder of the ships were in the category
desenbed as small, i.e., less than 300 tons Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal net tonnage.
Daily transits averaged 28 91 for ships of all cJatfH
For the previous fiscal year, the' Daily transits for fi.t
transits had totaled 8848 ocean. 1957 averaged -27.71 'for ill clasX?
going craft; of these, 8579 were i Althouah rt.tuiJ-" ?S"A

ocean-coine commorcial shin anH
u!f. Cen-ping governBaejjtl
mWfr-: I
nzr r
In addition, there were 269 small
.vornmonl anH .m,ll
government and
mercial craft.
.511. i I'Mir
CZ Police Issue
Strong Warning
To Local Motorists
A itrnnty warnine against t'l
1 Pracllce o some motorists ot cm
r ?
nting in and ou ol a line of traffic
was issued yesterday by the Canal
one Police. At the same time the
ponce caunonea agauisi
anothcr
bad driving practice commomy
known as "fishtailing" culling ;n
ahead of another car too sharply.
An increasing number of com complaints
plaints complaints have been received by the
police lately on these highly ha. ha.-zardous
zardous ha.-zardous practices, according to
Maj. B. A. Darden, Chief of Ihe
Canal Zone of the Police Division.
Canal Zone traffic regulations
provide that vehicles may not over overtake
take overtake and pass another proceeding
I in the same direction unless the
lane for oncoming traffic is clear clearly
ly clearly visible is free of traffic ior a
sufficient distance ahead to allow
the passing maneuver to be com
pleted without jeopardizing an on oncoming
coming oncoming vehicle.
In every case, the regulations
state, "the vehicle must relurn tc
the right side of the roadway be before
fore before coming within 100 feet of any
vehicle approaching from the op opposite
posite opposite direction."
Obsequies Today
For Mrs. Shaw
Memorial services were to he
held at 4:30 p.m. today at the Re Redeemer
deemer Redeemer Lutheran Church in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa for Mrs. Hedy Shaw, presi president
dent president of Shaws, Inc., who died Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning at her home in
Panama.
The services will be conducted
bv the Rev. Eugene H. Dennei
Members of the family have ask asked
ed asked that no flowers be sent; friends
who wish may make contributions
to be Cancer Fund.
A native of Germany, Mrs. Shaw
had lived on the Isthmus since
1934. She is survived by her hus husband,
band, husband, John W. and by a son, Dan
Sander.
The
Judge's Bench
Edgar R.' McArthur, 30, Amer American,
ican, American, was found not guilty by Jude
John E. Deming at Balboa Ma Magistrates
gistrates Magistrates Court today when he was
charged with turning from Domin Domingo
go Domingo Diaz Street into 4th of July A-
venue unsafely on June 24.
The judge also dismissed a case
against George Nicolas, 41, Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian who was charged with
parking a bus in Thatcher Street
on Sunday mora eight inches ei
the curb.

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midnight last niaht. the FaMM
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ersl day th i
number of 'tran.H
numhpr nf iron.ii. iTrrvHI
: mathematical minHrf Z T
"? ."emaUC?1 -minded With SOftl
line psr np rlBta.
Commercial transits for fiscal
year 1958 wore slightly over seven
per cent higher than for fiscJ
year 1957.
Assuming a lenghth of 450 feat
the averag. tor ocean-goina
"aft, th. Canal oc.an.goino
transits would, if stretched in a
smgla hn., with th. bow of one
hip touching th. stern of the
t.ly 818 m.l.s from Cristobal to
s.a or wall into th. iu:j
n
Passag. b.twe.n Cub. and Hal.
ti
The Canal's all-time record was
set durine thP fic-i
eluded Hocn.to ih. r...
con-
months the waterway had been on
limited onpratinnc h,... .r"
7u "t" wiai tor six
Pacific Locks overhaul followed 1
recent emergency repairs at Pedro
Miguel. .r'mm
Gauvin To Be Main
Speaker Af Legion
July Fourth FeteJB
American I,c"ion department
commander Alin-d .1. Gauvin hat
accepted an invitation to be the
principal speaker at the fourth of
July activities sponsored DfflH
ma Canal Post No. 1. fflffln
The activities will commtofc at
11 a.m. with a parade composed
of units from each ol the three mil
i.ary services, the Veterans of For Foreign
eign Foreign Wars, American Legionnair Legionnair-les
les Legionnair-les and their Auxiliary units. Boy
Scouts, Explorer Scouts, Air Scouts
and Girl Scouts.
They will be lead by the tradi traditional
tional traditional color guard and military
uaiiu. i ne paraoe will sia
tne Hack of Ihe Halboa Gy
ceed down Barnaby Stres
on Balboa Road to the Bait
office along the Prado and
at Lawrence Johnson Place.
following the parade at
12:30 all United Spates citizs
invited to the American
( lub at Fori Amador wher thm
fourth of July ceremonies srlo be
conducted. Introductory remarks
will be made by post office com commander
mander commander Daniel A. Pagenta. Tha
main speaker will be Gauvin. Mus Music
ic Music will be furnished by the Air
Force band, and the Legion cer ceremonies
emonies ceremonies conducted by the post of officers.
ficers. officers. Immediately after the ceremony
there will be a buffet lunch Slid
free beer.
For the youngsler there will be
supervised games, hot dogs and
soda pop on the lawn adjacent to
the Club. Cartoons and "short sub subjects
jects subjects will shown in the dining
room, and it is believed that the
adults and qualified youngsters.
Dies In Clubfl
ouse
A man named Bruce JHH
ers collapsed and died tnH
boa Clubhouse this at
At press tune the OsocIsbbbbbbbbI
police had no further JiH

i iron

m pro-

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HOW TO HIT THE LOTrERY
Almost everyone would like to hit the loltery. And almost
4yeriSe who has playea the lottery has hit something some some-time
time some-time over If was onlv tor one or two uoiiais.
Nt5TS person cannot nit it he doesn't have any ucMU But
ttfore lanyone expects to get something lor nothing, he should
Check fpCthS'e' who have hit the lottery for plen plenty
ty plenty wS find that most ot them play it regularly if
K, thinkl anv individual is good enough to know exactly
E -bu "Se going to nit, he should realize ur her
fit we this the case the individual in question would buy
IvSarv niece he could get his hands on, and then retire
Yes I knw a lot of people who have made the right guess,
but how many people have played their hunch?
- I am going to prove there is a way to play the lottery with without
out without WiTguessing, without any luck, without any dreams or hot
SThe?eUa2efour Sundays in this month of July. One of these
tWibers is mathematically chosen to hit this month, and if
STSf them hit don't be surprised, because all problems con con-V&Sk
V&Sk con-V&Sk numbers have a mathematical answer, no matter how
hard and impossible this may seem to be.
u Sietl'areVumbers chosen for July. You will notice I
l4vi not just guessed at one number, and I have not guessed
F rTarfour' Sundays, and there are five numbers. If I
im ffi to hit I must first have the tickets. In order to know
Sw nSny tickets I am going to have in each number I must
Siow how much money I can afford to spend on the lottery on
e wholl month I then divide this sum by four, to know how
P2&I&.?A t.h. Intterv hit me. How can it

NOW 1 rail Blu UCfeVaV smim J
escape my numbers when I have taken time to use a method
their opportunity simply by letting time
nn away C tim Either they can't afford the tickets every
week or else they have the right numbers at the wrong t me.
im mu Hmt and attention given to the lottery it may
rive vou the service you expect to get when you give your time
fnd Attention to picking out a car. If you don't look before you
Iw S rink before you can wait for the time your opPor opPor-tSty
tSty opPor-tSty U meant to arrive. So, if you want to go overboard just
keep ''guessing'' how slippery the lottery isn't, and you 11 soon
find out that the lottery never loses just, people

Ruarkous
Comments

The Summit

PILOTS' RAISE

MM

tried-

Sir:
My patience has come to an end. I haveaitetdHi,fnetve")
davs noW to hear the moans and groans from the pilots of
$ big waterway, but so far none have been forthcoming Ave
WiC U1K n: r tu- m turn oippi hSVP

rfWee?;AU ms "T ult- Tii T T-? r.

at that mere is a iu peiceui,

se there. How mucn am tne pnuia get mm- .,
. mm L 4.u ochKH t .nv hp mieht indicate that

One SJlU 11 lie l.Ml V oi,niivu ....
Potter's Field came up with between 4 percent and 6 percent.
SnSdSt "the?" take that correspondence course for real
sailors and go back to sea? This is the big chance for Ginger
Know m to line up his dark apprenticed banana boat mates
and send them to the Port Captain's office
A few retirements are in order among the pilots, and they
may as well start training Ginger's pals now for the ioo.
1 1 3 tl SJi 1 1 1 1 C

GORGAS NURSING SHORTAGE
Sir:
If Gorgas hospital needs more nurses, why don't they taKe
the nurses from the ear, nose and throat clinic and use them
in the wards? The only time the doctors need a nurse Is when
thev operate. Otherwise the nurses are alwasy standing round
giving orders. Who ever heard of a chief nurse in such a small
The Local Raters are the only ones who ever help the doc doctors
tors doctors The doctors at this clinic really work hard, and deserve
rredlt However before the Canal does much more talking about
its expenses and the shortage of nurses, it should look around
in this, clinic. He who Know9

' WHO WEARS SHORT SHORTS?
Sir:
"A Lone Male Voice for the Women" (Mall Box, June 29
must travel in the best of company, as he says he has heard
several of the larger women complain of dresses chafing their
thiehs He might invite me to the next thigh meeting, as I am
interested in thighs and women. I am not Interested in too
many of the women (girls?) I've seen thlghlng around Rodman,
though Most should have been on a diet years ago.
I don't think most officers are civilian-haters, as most of
us come from civilian families. "Lone Male, etc." also siat.es he
pays taxes for our salary. And whojjays taxes for his over overstuffed
stuffed overstuffed sslary?
I agree some of the civilians working for the military had a
touch of service, but most were looking for draft-proof status.
I would like to advise the captain at Rodman not to give
m on this shorts problem, as I have to eat in the cafe there
and some of the short shorts nauseate me. Smooth saiuns;
again, Captain. Perhaps some day you will have an all-military
base to yours and my liking.
Officer
1 MOVIES
Sir:

It wss inevitable another weekend of $1 picture-,, that
t i ..Ml. iRffal Dnv Tnno 91 T enmmpntpH nhfillt thp

JUBI irt.M wccrL " ..... .... v..
greedy movie house managers whose latest racket is charging $1
for top films almost every week.
But at one particular house, collecting a buck for the flicker
to be shown over this holiday weekend wasn't quite enough.
They have managed to slip in a "pre-release," to be shown
Just one day, at you've guessed it, $1, too
Up to last night they had not yet announced the admission
charge for the weekend flicker in their newspaper ads, but that
ain't necessary. All us suckers already know what will be asked:
the inevitable dollar.
And at the other first-run theaters, it will be the same
story over the weekend. They'll all be showing some "super
spectacle" that will go for ten dimes.
But maybe the movie owners are really charitable, con considerate
siderate considerate guys who are not fleecing the movie-going public Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps it's Just that the pictures are so much better these days
I that most of them merit the cost of 100 cents to see.
Fleeced

is.

By ROBERT C. RUARK
In a world which seems to be

heavily iced with peril and dull

disaster, 1 wish to file a dissenting

reuori on tne lamented lack oi

old-lashioned foolishness. At least

one man has made my day.
There is, a, the moment, in the
city ot Barcelona, Spain, a young
Irish-American gentleman 'who is
not exemplary oi rock n' roll, a a-toinic
toinic a-toinic destruction, juvenile delin delinquency
quency delinquency or extreme nobility He is,,

in orief, a former stowaway who
spent most ol his .inie lrom New
York to Barcelona, on the good
ship Queen Krederika, dining at

tne captain s table. IMo name n
necessary, but lor piracy on the

high seas, this boy wins ihe solid

platinum gallows.

He was snappily dressed when

he boarueel the riedenka, and he
was carrying a briefcase and a

set of bagpipes, lie asked a
( friend of mine where a certain
stateroom was localeu having

! first ascertained tha. it was a

I double, but with only one occu
pant, from deviously i.ilained
charts of the ship's passenger di..

i posal. He came aboard, bagpipes

and all, with no problem.

Once aboard, he attracted atten attention
tion attention by diving imo the snip's pooi
nattily attired in Bermuda shorts,
long British socks, and a yachlii.g
cap. He then sent his personal
card to the cap,ain ana also a lei

ter presenting the compliments of

one Admiral Moran, who. I be be-lieve,
lieve, be-lieve, has something to do witn
tugboats in New York. Hp was lit.

mediately invited to dine with the

skipper.
Once the ship was safely at sea.
he proceeded to organize it. He
whipped up most of the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment and managed to win a couple

of contests one for dancing

himself.
He became unofficial cruise di director.
rector. director. Since he had no fixed a a-bode,
bode, a-bode, he changed his clothes in
the cabins of voyaging acquaint acquaintances
ances acquaintances and caught his sparse rest

in catnaps on deck, or occasional.
1 ly on the divan outside the cap captain's
tain's captain's cabin!
I He became the friend of the

Greek film star, Irene I'appas. lie
continued to dine with the skipper,
when he was not eatir from the
first-class buffet, but to prove a
true democracy of spin' lie oc occasionally
casionally occasionally went below deck to
slum with the second-class pas passengers.
sengers. passengers. He was beautifully dressed, my
friend says, and turned up one
night in white dinner jacket, the
next in formal black, again in

brighter hues.
When he was not organizing en entertainment,
tertainment, entertainment, he was working his
way across to Barcelona. He had
a shoe-shining outfit, with all the
equipment in a special belt ar.
rangement, and shinrd shoes d:il
ly by appointment only, m.nd!

you, at 50 cents a crack.
"At one time," mp informant i
says, "he was shining my shoe,1;!
by the poolside, with a las; of
champagne in one hand and his'
brush in the other, when a ship's;
messenger arrived with tidings;
that three of the vessel's officers
were waiting his attendance lo fur furbish
bish furbish their feet." j
He continued to dine at the cap'.-!
ain's table.

He fell in love with a girl on
the ship, and now he was torn
'twixt love and duty.
He was going to Barcelona to
marry an American girl who was
working there, but his heart t.ld
him to go on to Greece. So did
the captain.
In the meantime, he shined the
shoes and ate with the officers at
the buffet and won another con contest
test contest of his own organizing.
Drama tftruck. A Greek boy
another stowaway, bored with hid hiding
ing hiding three days in a lifeboat ami
hungry as well, gave himseil up.
The first-class stowaway promptly
organized a relief fund, with Ac Actress
tress Actress Pappas as chairman, and
raised $400 for the poor foil s'
stowaway. The entire ship ap applauded.
plauded. applauded. When the ship hit Barcelona, his
honor conquered his ho'-'rt and he
decided to get off, although the
captain pleaded with him to con continue
tinue continue on.
He had somehow avoided yield yielding
ing yielding up his passport to the purser
and he allowed my friend to pass
his bags through customs.

The bagpipe and briefcase mo

mentarily stymied the immigra immigration
tion immigration officials, so one of Ihe sh.p's
officers went ashore and talked
the mar. into letting our boy off
the vessel in order to take a swim,
explaining that the briefcase car carried
ried carried bathing gear.
He was last seen in the Ritr
Hotel in Barcelona, lunching v:lh
Mrs. Temple Fielding, a fellow
passenger, and the wife of the man
who does the official travel guide
of Europe.
At no time was he suspected by
the ship's company as a stowa stowaway
way stowaway but only as a mild eccentric.
He did it all for a bet of two bot bottles
tles bottles of champagne, and intends vo
continue on at his leusurc
around the world.
This te'ls me that there is still
hope for us all. Jhvrmn Adanu,
atom bomb'. Beirut and Russia

notwithstanding.

htsM

'Washington

go-round

y MAISOM

a

Walter Winchell In Kcw York

MAN PLAYING
THE TYPEWRIlteR

I fact. U.S. medals, which Ameri. . .The Sat. Review's newspaper,
can boys dieu to gel posthumous, man stuli by iouis M. Lyons is

Roscoe Drummond, the Wash. are now ""pucated in papier ) ngu. newspapering. .Teievi.

ingion journalist,

appraisa. ol tne fcnerman Aoanis
case. "Mr. Auams tolluwed a
practice wnich nas been pursues i
Dy nearly 96 Senators nd 435
Congressmen many times 101 ma-1
ny years". .The Cary Granl-ln.
gria Bergman .ilmagic embellish embellishes
es embellishes "Inoiscret," Movie glitter j j-lure
lure j-lure anu wiierature. .Zsj.Zsa's
oifering to philosophy: "A man
doesn't have to be rich for me to
like him. He just has to think
rich." (O, shoor). .It's a small
world, folks. You can now buy;
todays London and fars papers
in New York same day. . .Did
anpone make a note of this'
That the Kansas housewife who
won a lree trip to Austria, (lor

jingle-guessing on Link et'er's pro

macne on cerea uoxes.

di'Ciiuec. Sylvian liien s seusaju- j neaietu are having trouble al alma,
ma, alma, to wit: "I'm going to t e a r 1 trading Sponsors. .Norton and

uown an office building in mid mid-town
town mid-town New York anu erect a row
of brownstone homes w th sloops"
. .Comic Jack Kannon, who
made JjOOO a year a short time
ago (running a newssland on the
Canadian border), has signed ior

cafe bookings at that wage

week in Vegas. Lake Tahoe

i-atncia, now terpsicorkins at tne

Hotel Ambassador's Cocoanut
Grove (in u.A.) also conduct the
Champagne Dance Nights at the
tiai'uiu.iy C.C. at Monuceilo, N.Y.
. .Brigitle Baruot's incredible pu.
blicity spiurge is town ta k. An.

per other French sextress enjoyed a
and similar buildup years ago and

Los Angeles. .Latest complainant! suddenly vanished from the pub

against lime mag s reportage is
maestro Leonard Bernstein. He
held a press conlab for the Phil Philharmonic,
harmonic, Philharmonic, and scolded the mag
lor "incorrect reporting" and im.
proper use of the musical term
" latting". .The same newsmag,
rehashing the N.Y. Mirror's skewp
! on Suzy Parker's marriage, slant

uc orb. Kemember Simone Si.
mon?. .NBC's chief Robert Sar.
no i s critique of newspaper TV
critics reminds you that morning
is so Yankee Doodle as the right
to criticze a critic.

not watching teevee when the ed J "s '. Z.Z.TJV
,;; ered the marriage certilicate

nounced. How do the rat'ng peo

pie multiply that?. . .Hard to

Hgger out just who s been hurt
most by ratings. The talented
stars who don't believe in them
or the easily-scared sponsors who
do.

. .Newsmen?. .Translation:

"Newsman". .(End.of-Thumb.in.
eye.)

TV crtic Janet Kern's accurate
sizeup in the Chicago American:
"The networks strive to offer
I something for everybody and no.
thing specifically tailored to fully
satisfy anybody." (Sooo troooo)

.You wouldn't bleevit. but some

. 1 COmiCS Sti 1 havff tho sull i

.en iuuumcs wan: 1 came here
lor the Winter and I found it"

I Whl,n "T?I T

Nobody puts more honey into ry Blyden was featured in four 1'. ',, ':" 1 "rum a 0 n g

More Than You Know" than the. Broadway clicks but nevtr recei" I K j.r.',awa.v 'He total

Copa's Swella Fitzgerald Does ed an opening night review. He s RipnH f L Dy

Comn know his hie hi alwavs the reD acement. His cur c V.r"'-0. i ue 00

'Who Was That La

When Sophia Loren (a member;

of the Sinatra fan club ) ws

that "Frank's an institution," she

replied: "He s an Italian" Lar-j

Perry Como know his big hit, always

"Catch a Falling Star" (and pud. i rent hit is

ditinyapocket), inspired a new dit. dy?" He inherited Ray vValston's

ty. "Catch a Pickled Hei ring"? role. .Two luxurious hospitals
...Joan Crawford's new red tress, (exclusive y for alcoholics nd nar.
es make a love y carrot top. . cotic addicts) are going up on the
Joan Parker (another former Lat. swanky East Side of 'O'vn. On
in Quarter dolly) has given up the East 80th and East 76th. Privde
Broadway fight. She's the now rooms, 01 course. .Eartiu Kitt's
hatchick at Monsignore on E. a smott one. Plunked her "An.
55th. .Recommended: Jayc P ina Lucasta" wages into an $85,.
Morgan's tip-top-tempo: "I now. 000 Beverly Hills (Cal.) home.
I Know, 1 Know". .Did.jeziShe owns a pair of Manhattan
know Orson Welles has a title? apt. edifices in the E. 90s. Her
Yezdidden?. . .Well, he'? the realty holdings come :o over
Count Di Girfalco. (Hoo.Hah). . 1 $250,000. (Ce'st si bon!). .New
Elsa Martinelli, a lovely 'ooker. Summer hose for men: Knee.

;ataee) will reach 533. . .Simon

and Schuster will put them be.
twecn covers (with Oscar Ham.
merstein's tunes) in October.
Oscar Levant's tif iculties witn
his TV employers remind us to
remind him of Runyon's line:
"Get as mad as you like, bul
never get off the payroll."

who was given 18 months in the
clink for "insulting" a cop in Ita Italy
ly Italy (he told her to move her car),
got it cut to a year's "supervi.
sion."

length nylons.

War vets will wince at

Mr. Sinatra's platter. "Mo "Mo-nioue,"
nioue," "Mo-nioue," is a love lilt you'll love.
. .The reason for the torrent of

i moview about teenagers: The ma.
this jority of filmgoers are teen.urgers

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on
0

de-

fad Atlantic mag's piece
salaries. It confirms the old
servation that a fair salary

penes on whether you're giving it

ui gei.mg u. .j,ast week s va
riety had a good article by edi editor
tor editor Abel Green on the sad stale
of New York's night club biz. I
ain't what it was, son. Hasnt
been .or over 5 years... Have a
listen to "Margaret." The latest
long-player by Margaret Whiting
. ."Time Remembered," whicn
was showered with a majority of
rave reviews and brightened by
top twinklers, closed wi.h a deli
cit. .The public was tougher on
most Broadway plays this year
than the critics. .John Vignari,
exhibiting his art in G'wich Vil
lage, donates half his income
from sales .0 the Runyon Fund
Brought $65 to us this week. .
An essay in Movieland repoits
Diana Vorsi is a blonde. A color
pholo in the same issue shows lur
as a redhead. . .(Picky, is.i t
he?)

Rosalind Russell lured her young
son into reading, literature making
an asture bargain: A classic 'or
every comic book. .Sammy Da Davis,
vis, Davis, Jr., now at ihe M 0 u 1 1 n
Rouge (H-wood), has boss Frank
Sennes breathing easier. "But how
many Sammy Davis, Jrs. are
there?" he sighs. Mary Ma' Ma'-tin
tin Ma'-tin has her daughter's baby dress dresses
es dresses framed on the walls of her
bedroom .Noel Coward has 010
claimed that he loves America,
thus making Mr. Columbus' jour journey
ney journey worthwhile. .Anne Bax er'
pan of the Actors' Studio type
performer: Calls them "ingrown
toenails". .The N.Y. Times'
scandal-item about opera star Re
nata Tebaldi: "She likes to play
with dolls. Once, she and a teddy
bear had a great affair and she
added it tr her collection"...Kim
Novak'i secret: "If you like men.
and I do, you try to appeal to
them. It's as simple as that".

Then there's suthorityon-tbe-sub-ject
Marlene Dietrich's: "You can cannot
not cannot be glamorous and also clean
house and wash dishes"... Resd Resd-er's
er's Resd-er's Dije recently tried to be
helpful by disclosing how to con confound
found confound your enemies. .The trou trouble
ble trouble is, on Broadway (or Holly,
wood) you cannot always tell who
they tre. .Sometimes, they are
your friends.

WASHINGTON Two uuadver.
Used political uea s opeidieu ovck ovck-stage
stage ovck-stage uuilng me seu.e ueiMte sou
passage 01 the moderate lves lves-Aenneuy
Aenneuy lves-Aenneuy labor blu.i xney were:
1. A ueal between liberal Senat Senators
ors Senators anu boulftern Deniuciais 10
pass the labor bill in return ior
an agreement not to amend .the
filibuster rule ior two years.
2. A deal suduen y wot kea out
between Senator Knowland and the
Vvhite House to try lo upset deal
No. 1 and block passage of a mod.
erate labor bill.
The bill, as passed by the Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, sponsored by Republican lves
of New York and Democrat Ken.
nedy of Massachusetts, had been
agreed on by such diverse per personalities
sonalities personalities as George Meany, presi president
dent president 0 the AFL-CIO, and Senator
McClellan of Arkansas, anti. abor
Chairman 0. the Senate Rackets
Committee. The bill also had the
full support ol liberal Senators
Morse of Oregon and McNamara
of Michigan, plus Southern Demol
cr.ats.
Reason for the Southern Demo,
cratic support was realizati..r that
Senate liberals would Win Jour to
eight new seats in" the next elee
tion, probably enough -to override
the Southern rule protecting fi'i.
busters.

Rather than gamble on a pos. 1
sible change ol rules next Jauua-
ry, Soutncin senators agiteo 10 j
vote .or the laboi bill k i,irthern'
imerais wouiu give them anoin. J
er two years ol the present fili fili-Dus.er
Dus.er fili-Dus.er rule.

This was the reason for an al al-most
most al-most unanimous vote in the Sen.
ate Labor Committee.
The one dissenting vote was bel bellicose
licose bellicose oen. Barry Goldwaier 0. A.
rizona, who, after the vote, came
storming over to the Senate floor
to tell nis California colleague,
Bill Knowland:
"I never sat with such a bunch
of weak-kneed sissies in my life."
He and Knowland then hatched
the second deal namely, to get
the White House to oppose the
Ives-Kennedy bil
"It's the only issue we've got,"
Goldwater confessed.
Knowland was fully aware that
labor racketeering was the most
important potential issue in his
campaign for California governor
ne:i November.
If the Ives.Kennedy bill passed,
that issue would be gone. There Therefore
fore Therefore he demanded that the White
House keep the issue alive by op opposing
posing opposing the compromise bill.
While House aides knuckled un.
der, issued a .iery denunciation in
the name of Secretary ol Labor
Mitchell, who was actually in Swit.
zerland at the time.
Mitchell, a close, iriend of Mea Mea-ny,
ny, Mea-ny, Waller Reuther, and other lab labor
or labor leaders, had' privately favored
the mooeratr bi 1, but wnen White
House aides decided otherwise, he
had to go into reverse.
Note This is the second time
Senator Knowland and right-wing
Republicans have reversed the
White House, the other being the
Kennedy amendment to permit
foreign aid to the satellite coun countries.
tries. countries. IKE'S CHANGING POSITION
Rep. Paul Kilday of Tex;is had
just finished a speech on the gov.
ernmcnt reorganization bill and
some of his Democratic colleagues
were engaging in a little partisan
bantering in the rear of the House
chamber.
"Just what is President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's position on (his bil. does
anybody know asked Democrat
George Miller of California.
"Does Ike know?" quipped De.
mocrat Edward Hebert of Louisia Louisia-na.
na. Louisia-na. "It's important to start at
the beginning."
"I'm not interested in the Presi President's
dent's President's position today," interposed
Democrat Arthur Winstead of Mis.
sissippi. "We don't vote on this
bill until tomorrow. Let's wait and
see what his position is then."
HE KNEW 14 PRESIDENTS
Sen. Theodore Francs Green of
Rhode Island has several unique
distinctions, the most lamous be.

tng his age. He is the oldest man
in American hi&ioiy to serve B
tne bnueu states Senate.
He is Also famous for walking
to wotk every morning, a distance
0, about 1W0 miles.
Uunuown, however, is another
record, probably equa ed by na
otner American in nisiory, cejUin cejUin-ly
ly cejUin-ly not a recent Americu. ISeaator
Green has met every resident of
tne United States since President

nuuierioru o. Hayes, with the

icimuu uj James a. Gar.ie
IV9D n.M.-l-.l. J

Since Hayes was the 19th Pres.
Went and JSisenhower is the 34th
this means that Senator Green
has met almost half the Presidents
of the United States.
Hayes was inaugurated in 1877,
at which time Green was 10 years
om. The Senator was born three
years! a 'ter the end of the Civil
War.
When the Senator was about 13
years old, President and Mrs.
Hayes came to Providence, R.I..
his home for a big rally-and were
entertained at a reception. Young
Theodore Francis went up to the
reception line and stood behind
the President Mrs. Hajes noticed
him and said:
"Come here, little boy. You
can't see what's eninn nn

She stood him in front, right a
longside the President, and for an
hour he remained in the -eveiving
in as thp crowd passed. f
Young Theodore Francis pub a
enlWtor of all sorts 0' hings in.
c'-dins a niece of the fir trans.
tlfnt)c cable. He added to nis col.
l"c'!on a glove wTiirh he used in
faking hats with President
Haves The Senator, who has a
remarkable memory, rec ills, that
hp shotted the glove wfth the great.
es "ride to s D'vmate.
"I'm surprised." remarked the
scornful nlsymote. "thai yod
s"p"k hanrit vjth President Hayes
with your left hand."
MYSTERY VOICE
The super-duper-secret Central
Intelligence Agency is balled. 11
supposed to have more eyes and
ears around the world thaa the
Kremlin itself, but it can't identi.
fy a mysterious heckler who has
been badgering the cloak-and dag.
ger boys.
For months the mystery vp'ce
has. been placing long iisunce
phone ca Is to CIA chief Allen
Dulles, from different parts of the
USA. The calls are usually switch,
ed to the security force. No mat.
ter who takes the calls, the same
voice always asks the same oueJ oueJ-tion.
tion. oueJ-tion. "Hello, Allen" he booms cheer,
ful y. "I just wanted to ask wheth wheth-er
er wheth-er everything is all rightP?
Then the mysterious caller
hangs up. CIA sleuths are still not
able to solve the mystery.
REOPENING BURMA ROAD
The Air Force formally propos.
ed relocating the Burma Road last
week. The news was buried on
page 14 of a routine contract list
dated June 3. But when the bud.!
get boys read it, they almost iell
out of their swivel chairs.
They ordered an immediate in.
vestigation tb find out why '"we
should reopen the long, winding,
ju.igle road that leads through Bur.

2- "le acK aoor China

ine sneepish investigators
covered, howpver thji rho

posal re.erred to another Burma
Ro;d, nowhere near China. It is
a short, dead end street, called
The Burma Road, at Moody Air
Force Base near Valdosta, Geor-gia.

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ACROSS
1 Scottish coin
6 Gold coin of
the U.S.
11 Interstice
13 American coin
14 Tranquilize
15 Trees
16 Organ of
hearing
17 Cooking
utensil
IS High card
20 English river
22 Mariner's
direction
23 Dutch uncle
24 Ledger item
26 Onager
27 Dove's call
28 Circle part
29 Pronoun
30 Romanian
coin
31 Stray
32 Sole of a plow
34 Danish
bronze coin
33 Little (Tr )
St Palm leaf
38 Hawaiian
pepper
30 Conclusion
40 Suitably
42 Mend shoe
bottoms
45 Click bnetlt

48 Surgical ssw
40 Austere
SO Scatter
UDesk
DOWN
1 Infant
2 Mountain
nymph

Edict
African worm
Measure of
cloth
Goddess of
the dawn
High
mountain

Shines
Spear
Gaelic

Sovereign

Native of

Denmark
Some

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performance
Portuguese
coin

Answer to Previous Puzzle
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25 Circuitous
journey
26 Range
28 Refers
31 Expunger
32 Oriental coin
33 Puffs up
34 Manifest
35 Hammer head

37 Mimickers
38 Crafts
41 Woody plant
43 Unclose
(poet.)
44 Legal
profession
46 Conducted
47 Hailt

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PARIS Premier Charles de
Gaulle, on the situation in Prance:
"France's problems are difficult
but yesterday they seemed impos impossible.
sible. impossible. Today, that is not ihe case.
Is that not progress?"

NEW YORK Madame Chiang
Kai-Shek, on Communist China:
"Whatever Peininp (IPC ta at

the behest of the Kremlin. It does
not suit Russian purpose to invade
Taiwan (Formosa) now."

HAVANA us Amh....

w.w, VDUOOUVl
Smith, on the seizure of 1.0 Amer.
lean engineers by forces of Cuban
rebel leader Fidel Castro.
"If this is a publicity act, it

is a very unfortunate one. It can
only boomerang against the per.
Petrators. Thp kirinanina nt A mo,-

icans has never been a profitable

gesture.

PRESENTATION 1st Lt. Franklin R. Haar, center, a platoon leader of B Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, Fort
Kobbe, distributes commendation certificates to four members of the unit cited for their outstanding driving. Those receiv receiv-lngthe
lngthe receiv-lngthe award were, left to right: Pfcs. John Innis, Sammie Dalton, Carl Edwards and James Hughes. (U.S. Army Photo)

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Colorado's grasshopper infestation
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Swarms of the pests were re reported
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above the ground Friday by pilots
in the area.

The hoppers, according to re re-ports
ports re-ports received at the U.S. Weath Weather
er Weather Bureau observation station
here, were migrating north.
Weatherman Don Miller 26, of
Otis, Colo., said he received "at
least a dozen" reports from pi pilots,
lots, pilots, including one that Placed a
cloud of hoppers at 4,500 feet 30
miles southwest of Fort Morgan.

Another pilot report said "mod "moderate
erate "moderate clouds" of grasshoppers
were spotted 50 to 60 miles east
of Akron at an altitude of 6,000
feet.
By nightfall, Miller said, pilot
reports indicated the hoppers had
settled down.
Good flying weather enabled
spray planes to step up insecticide
treatment of the stricken region
where five counties have been de.
cla'red disaster areas by Colorado

Gov. Steve McNicholas.

County agents say the insects are
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SMOKING

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GREENWICH fnnn AJ A.

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"A general nuclear war would
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"We have come to Geneva pre.
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clear nuclear tests, in accordance with
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Lifer In For Raoe

Plans Marriage,
With Dad As Proxy
RALEIGH, N.C. (UPI) A 22
year-old Ohio Marino u,h ,..

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Edward A. Keltner, convicted in
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TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1951

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GOSSIP IN GOTHAM
Comedian Gene Ba ios is com complaining
plaining complaining in no uncertain term lo
tie Lindy's set, his beef being
OOH,
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You'll love the way QUIK
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Your grocer has it and it's
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WITH THAT FAMOUS
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'SWISS CWOCOIATI rtAVOAM

NBSTLSS

(By (Dorothy SKilgallen

"I'm going into the Cafe Je Paris
for practically nothing and Mic Mickey
key Mickey Rooney is go ung $60,003 lor
lour weeks. What an, I doing, Hold
ing the place open ior nini?" ...
Bob Crosby's daughter Cathy is j
now dating Neil Dubin, who is cur- i
rently being divorced by Jill St.'
John, who is currently confusing
Lance Reventlow.
The marvelous musical "Weil
Side Story" is juggling oilers Iroin
four mov;e studios. At 'he moment
the highest bidder is ready lo part
with $750,000 plus a percentage ior
the screen rights. .Rita Haywoi'th.l
who hates airplanes, will irain in in-to
to in-to town with her daughters m'
week. Her bridegroom, Jim Hill
.will fly here to join them ... '! ne
belle with Jack Astor at Number i
One Fifth Avenue was Madeline!
Broussard, a former cover girl
who appears to be his reigning,
favori.e ...The Kurt Kaszners (ac (actress
tress (actress Leora Dana) are about to
make it an amicable abrogation.
Charles Cochrane, the jazz pian pianist
ist pianist at the Toast, has proposed n
Lena Home's daughter, Gail Jo.iesj
... Credit novelis, Jane Dolinger
with an original gimmick. Sic
tells chums she'll take off for Sau Saudi
di Saudi Arabia and actually join a sin
tan's harem as "one of the girls''
to get authentic material for a
new book.
The Senate inves.igators are apl
lo ask Bernard Coldfine if he pud1
personally for the Sherman Ac1
ams "guest" hotel tabs, or did he
Charge them off to one of his!
firms as a business expense
meaning the government actually
picked up the check. ..Clare Boothe j
Luce made fashion news a, t!ie
Colony the other night in a black
hat with feathers arranged like a
fan in the back. Looked chic,
young and lovely.
Just to prove they care. Esther
Williams and Jeff Chandler are
driving identical Lincoln Continm Continm-tals
tals Continm-tals ... John Roosevelt is involved
in some quiet negotiations 'hat
would merge Western Union with
a couple of other companies. .. It's
ironic that Paddy Chavefsk'-'s
flicker, "The Goddess." opened at
a midtown art house (the ssth ;i
Theatre) after his blistering ran
against art houses ...Tjys De v
the sky scraper-tall stripper, will
De a grandma this Winter. Her
daughter Starr, now Mrs. George
Heinzeing, is knitting tiny gar
menis.
Have a hoot. The newest "ano
nymous" group is "Neurotics, A A-nonymous."
nonymous." A-nonymous." which will have its
first meeting in New York on J i
l.v 2. (If all the eligible attend,
they'll need Madison Square" Gar Garden!
den! Garden! ) ...Mijonou Bardot. Brisit c's
19-year-old lister who's suppos supposed
ed supposed to be ever more far out, if
that's possible to contemplate is
the leading candidate for the ilie :
role in Howard Merrill's 'orthroir.-i
ing Broadway musical, "Holiday
for Henrietta.''
Gourmets are expected to flip
over the new Empress Restaurarr i
(a Chinesery) on 3d Ave. One
dish, Peking Duck, will cos, $12 a
plate and you'll have toorder it
a day in advance ... Inger Steven:;
at "21," was showing off her new
coiffure and crediting it to Harry.
rseiaionte. wno cut ner hair as
part of the do-it-yourself plo, for
the movie "End of the World."
Tito of Yugoslavia is frantical frantically
ly frantically angling for a White House invi invitation.
tation. invitation. ..Kay Starr pulled a switch
on the usual celebri.y divorce sett settlement
lement settlement demands She says she
doesn't want a cent of George Mel Mel-len's
len's Mel-len's property or money although
he's wealthy. She just wants her
freedom.
Erroll Garner and hi.s booking
agent, Joe Glaser. have come to
a bit er parting ... George Scott
who was discovered by I lolly woo I
when he played in "Children of
Darkness" at the Circle In Ti-e
Square, will make his screen
debut in the next Gary Cooper
picture, "The Hanging tree."
Zara, the voluptuous G reck
dancer in the Chateau Madrid re revue,
vue, revue, has all the other girls ical
ous wi.h tales of her admire".
George Acropolis described as
"a shipping heir" who showers
her with diamonds and mink... It
may be apocryphal, but Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee Williams' chums ouole him r.s
saying he stopped going to Ids
psychiatrist because "he asked me
too many personal questions."
Pictures Can Make
Room Seem Larger
NEW YORK- (UPI) -Pictures
can make a room appear larger or
smaller, says the Picture and
Frame Institute.
A long, shallow print makes a
narrow wall seem wider Tall pie
tures seem lo add inches In low
ceilinged rooms Hanging pictures
low on the wall also makes .'ie
room appear larger
The institute also offered l!:is
advice:
Don't be afrai to mix sics.
frames and subject matter in
groupings. Experiment with small
troupings to turn problem corners
into decorative spots, andt o add
interest to entrance halls, bath bathrooms
rooms bathrooms and kitchens
Predominant colors in a paint
ing do no: need to echo the general
room color scheme, the inslitrl
said. A painting's main color -nav
he emphasized h repealing 'A in
an accessory such as a pillow, vase
or ash trav. But rin'rhoose frame;
tnat conrdinatp in tex:urr
tute added.
a nd
Tuna Salad Treat
NEW YOHK-(UP)-Looking tor
:-ipv-t;(r snr(-i" splnd? Trv
tMs. tuna apple celery rombina rombina-tiij.i.
tiij.i. rombina-tiij.i. Drum 4. cans cnunk style lu
na and mix with 1 cup diced del
try. Combine 1 cup diced apple
with 1-4 cup lemon juice and add
to tuna-celery mixture. Add ''a tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon instant mincee onion. 1 tea
spoon parsley flakes, and serve on
lettuce with mayonnaise garnish.

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MISS SHfcKRILL tCKHOl SE AND LT. IRWIN FRANK
MARRIED IN WASHINGTON, D C.
Mrs. Edward W. Eckhouse of Washington, D.C., and for formerly
merly formerly of Los Alamos, New Mexico, announces the marriage
of lier daughter, Sherrill Joan to Lt. (j.g.) Irwin Zane
Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frank, former residents of
Balboa. The wedding took place in Washington, Dr.C.
Mrs. Frank is a graduate of Los Alamos High School
and the University of New Mexico, where she obtained a
Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education. She
was president of the University's Inter-Religious Council,
a member of Phi Gamma Nu, Pi Lambda Theta and Phra Phra-tares.
tares. Phra-tares. Upon graduation she accepted a position as Executive
Secretary with the Nuclear Products-Erco Division of ACF
Industries in Riverdale, Maryland.
.

Lt. Frank graduated from 'Jal
boa High School in 1952. While
there he was active in the Studc.it
Association, athletics and music.!
He attended Stanlord Universiy
for his freshman year of college
and won an NRTOC scholarship
lo attend the University of New
Mexico, where he received a ba bachelor
chelor bachelor of Science Degree in E'.ee E'.ee-trical
trical E'.ee-trical Engineering. He was a1
member of Sigma Tau, Kappa Mu i
Epsilon. and A1EE.
The couple are now living in
Long Beach, California where Lt.
Frank is Electrical Officer aboard
the cruiser CSS Columbus.
Daughter of Italian
Ambassador Arrives Today
Miss Marina Majoli. daughter of
the Ambassador of Italy and Mrs.
Mario Majoli arrived this u.i,rn u.i,rn-ing
ing u.i,rn-ing by plane from Switzerland to
spend her vacation with her par parents.
ents. parents. Colon Consul To
Observe the Fourth
Invita ions have been issued by
the U.S. Consul in Colon anu Airs.
Bainbndge Davis for a reception
to be held at the consulate on Hit
fourth of July. Officials and oiher
dignitaries from Panama and Lie
Zone will be among the gues.s.
Mr. and Mrs. Wagner To Attend
Daughters Wedding in States
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wagner
and their daughter Sarah Ann, of
Balboa, are leaving on the SS An
con to attend .he wedding ol Licir
daughter, Louise, to Mr. Wallace
Rhodes Miller of Wellesley, Mass.
The wedding will take place on Ju July
ly July 17 at the Wellesley Hi'ls Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian Church. Sarah Ann will
be a bridesmaid for her sister.
Following the wedding the Was
ners will leave for the Wes Coast
stopping on the way in Chicago
and Houston, Texas. They expect

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lech notice for inclusion in thli
t. Iim should be tubmirred in
tB. -written form and mailed ao
the bo number lilted daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
by h..nd to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted bv
telephone.
Margarita Civil Defense
Volunteer Corps
The Margarna Civil Defense Vo Volunteer
lunteer Volunteer Corps will meet Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday July 2 at 9 a.m.. at Ihc Scrv
ice Center. There will be group
work on the assembling of firt
aid kits.
All members of Ihc Volunteer
Corps are urged to attend this
meeting. The general public is in invited.
vited. invited. Elks Meet Tomorrow
B.P.O. Elks 1542 will meet
Wednesday. July 2 at 7:30 p.m. at
the home in Brazos Heights. This
is the only meeting scheduled lor
July. Members are requested to
attend and vote on important po policy
licy policy concerning the operation of
the club restaurant. Committees
will be appointed to plan the E.ks
annual labor day fish fry.
All Star Circle to
Meet Wednesday
The All Star Circle will hold its
regular monthly meeting at the
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.Scottish Rite Temple, Balboa on
Wednesday, July I. A covereu dish
luncheon will be served promptly
at 12:30 p.m. AH members oi the
Eas.ern Star are welcome
Gray Ladies To Meet
'lne reauiar monthly meeting of
the Red Cross Gray Ladies wiL he
held on July 7 at 9:00 a.m. ..i the
Red Cross Lounge, Gorgas Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. Following the business meat meat-ing.a
ing.a meat-ing.a craft workshop will he held.
USO-JWB Displaying
Paintings By Arils!
Sally Frost Knerr
The art work currently on dis display
play display at the USO JWB Armed
Forces Service Center in Balboa
represents the diversified back
ground of study evolved ny Sally
Frost Knerr. whose work is
shown with cooperation ol the i
Canal Zone Art League.
The present exhibit reflects the
fascinating influence of fhe local
environments, constitutiong princi principally
pally principally scenes centered around El
Valle and the Atlantic coastal wa watering
tering watering town.
It is difficult to single out one
exceptional water-color, since
they are all superbly done. A per personal
sonal personal opinion would favor the por portraits,
traits, portraits, which capture excellently
on paper what the average per person
son person can only visualize momenta,
rily. Landscape-wise. "Donde Vi
ve el Rey" and "Chines Mar Market"
ket" Market" stand out, the former oi its
pathetically true understone ol the
"King Fish," and the lacer for
its vividly precise capture of a
dai'y scene in these parts.
Mrs. Knerr has studied art at
Arlington Hall in Washington D.
C, Missouri University; Central
Academy of Commercial Art, Cin.
cinnati. Ohio, and at Corcora i
Art Galley Schoril in Washington,
D. She has studied, well
with Daniel Garber. Ana Randall
and with JSliot O'Hara.
Mi'itary personnel, their depend dependents,
ents, dependents, and the public of the Canal
Zone and the Republic of Pana Panama
ma Panama are cordially invited to view
the paintings of Sally Frost
Knerr. The Art Gallerv is locat.
ed at the USO-JWB. Armed Forc Forces
es Forces Service Center, and is open
from 9 a m. to 10 p.m. dai'y.
Zsa Zsa No Hostess;
Cancels Invitations
For Trs"l,ft Parfv
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Actress
Zsa Zsa Gabor bowed out today
as the "hostess with the mostesl"
or Gen. Ralacl Trujillo Jr.'s
star. studded soiree al the luxur luxurious
ious luxurious Beverly Hilton Hotel on July
8.
The blonde, Hungarian-born ac actress
tress actress sent out telegrams which
read:
"I am hereby giving up my
role as the hostess with the most.
est and 1 regret that the party
which I had planned to give on
July the eighth ior my dear
Iriend His Excel ency General Ra Rafael
fael Rafael Trujillo Jr. must be can cancelled.
celled. cancelled. So many friends requested
invitations that I am afraid the
party got out of hand. I hope that
my early invitation has not in inconvenienced
convenienced inconvenienced you."
A rift between Zsa Zsa and the
free-spending. 29 year old son of
Dominican strongman Rafael Tru Tru-'jillo
'jillo Tru-'jillo was denied by Miss Gabor's
publicity representative.
lt was not immediately known
if the generous general, who
earned the lit e of playboy by be be-i
i be-i stowing lavish gifts on actresses,
I planned lo go ahead with plans
! for a party on his 350-foot per personal
sonal personal man of war'1 the Angelita.
The four masted vessel, furn furnished
ished furnished with $70,000 rugs and oil
paintings, still floats at the dock
in Los Angeles harbor, waiting to
lake Trujillo back home.
Plans for a yacht party were
announced by truji'lo, father of
six, on his return from Ft. Leav Leavenworth,
enworth, Leavenworth, Kan., where he received
a "certi'icate o' attendance" .only
at the U. S. Army's Command
and General Staff School.
Zsa Zsa claimed from the first
I that she would be the hostess of
the event, expected to draw film
land's lop personalities. The plan
was to have a party at a hotel
before holding the nautical
version.
Tuna, Rice Dish
Stretches Budqei"
NEW YORK (UPI) Try a tuna
and rice supper to stretch the
bi'dret.
This easy-to fix dish is made by
combining 2 cans ( lO'Uouncc ) of
condensed beef bouillon wi.h '1 tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons tomato paste, 2 cups water,
Va teaspoon oregano and 1-4 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon pepper. Mix well, heat to
boiling point, add 1 can (B'i-ouncet
chunk-style tuna, drained, and 2
cups raw rice. Cover And cook over
low heat until rice i nder stir stirring
ring stirring occasionally. Salt td taste.
Serves 4.
Do-lt-Yourself
Haircuts Next?
RRinCNORTH, England, (UPI)
8 a local barber has opened a
cut-rate "do it vottrself" shaving
cubicle eauipped with two elec electric
tric electric raiora. The charge is lix lix-peuca
peuca lix-peuca (seven cents) per ahavq.

By oswald jacoby Danish Snowballs Help
Written (or NEA Service BKf a" I I r I

EVERYBODY bid away merri
ly until North and South arrived
at their iour spade contract. East
and West could have gone to five
clubs as a sacrifice and wuuld on only
ly only have been (down one truk but
mey preierrea 10 lane tne cnance
of beating South's game contract.
Correct defense would have 4
beaten South one trick surely. Ali
West had to do was to cash one
club and shif. to a diamond. Pro,)-!
er play also as it was q lite like like-'y
'y like-'y that East had a high diamond
for his club raise.
As it was West tried to cash a
second club. South ru'fed and lod
a heart! to dummy's king which :
held the trick. Four rounds of;
trumps ollowed and South led a
second heart toward dummy. Af
ter long thought he went up with j
the nueen and when Ead produc-
ed the ace the hand collapsed.
South lost two hearts, one club
and two diamonds for down two.:
South's play of the queen o'i
hearts was had. True. West miht
have he'd the ace and due'eed but
in that case South still "-on Id hnvef
go"o down one trick. His o n 1 j
ehpnce to make the contract would
be the play of the ten.
Q The bidding has been:
South West North East
1 1 Double Pass
Pass 1 4 Double Pass
i
You, South, hold:
') VJ 7 6 5 A K 8 7 6 K 9 3
What do you do?
A Bid two hearts. Even if ;
West has a bona tide heart bid
you should be able to make two
hearts. i
i TODAY'S QUESTION
West bids two spades and your
partner passes. What do you do
now?
Answer Tomorrow
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the easier it will be for you t
keep up with your correspond- i
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ed answered more briefly than a letter that
has been put off.
Why have to begin with ex excuses
cuses excuses for its delav and write a
long letter to try to make up for
not writing sooner
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HERE'S a cheese and fruit idea from Denmark that ought to
"snowball" at 4th of July luncheons. Apricot sauce is tanning.
BY GAYNOR MADDOX, NEA Food and Markets Editor

o
The Danish love liberty, too. Cnj
our Independence Day, the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful city ol Copenhagen helps eel-,
ebrate our holiday. Their park is
alia me with red, while and blue!
bunting and at nighi iliere are fire fireworks
works fireworks and fine eating.
Of course, Danish blue cheese. I
one of Denmark's many aclnce aclnce-mcn.s,
mcn.s, aclnce-mcn.s, is part of any celebralin:i.
So let's incorporate il into our own;
July 4th festivities.
Danish American 4th of luly
Cold Buffet: Danish Blue Cheese
Snowballs, assorted open f;ec? j
sandwiches, assorted bite c;e
sandwiches, tomato wedges, cele celery
ry celery hearts, carrot straws, olives,
ice cream, loaf cake, iced coifce,
whipped cream.
Danish Blue Snowballs (Serves 10)
One-quarter pound Danish blue
cheese crumble;', (i (3 ounce)
packages cream cheese. 1-8 to 1-4
co heavy cream, 1 '(2'2i c:.n,
whole, peeled apricots, drained 10 j
w iole apricots).
Mix Danish blue and cr am!
cheese toge her, adding cream
gradually until spreading consis-j
terey. Separate apricot halves', re remove
move remove pits, fill with spoonful cheese
mix'ure. Press two halves togeth together.
er. together. Divide cheese mixture into in,
por ions. Spread each portion on,
a square of waxed paper, pheel
stuffed apricot.an center, shape
into balls with spatula. Wrap in-
metal foil, freeze until ready to
arrange on buffet table (about one,
hour before serving). Note: l'i!ted'
fancy prunes, jumbo apricots, C'tli-j
fornh dates may be substituted
for the canned apricots.
Apricot Sauce for Snowballs
One cup pureed cooked dry Or
JJ,
omemamnc
Need some storage containers?'
Try shellacking large pasteboard
cylinders used for shipping prod prod-ducts.
ducts. prod-ducts. A thinned coat of pure, j
white shellac will preserve and
strengthen them.
Throw away dustclolhs are
I great. Many housewives, howev however,
er, however, remain devoted to a soft po-1
lishing clolh. Keep it cle with
freouent gentle sudsing lor top ;
performance.
RECORD LION BIRTHS
1LFRAN C O M B E. England
(UPI) Mary, a lioness at the
IKraneombe zoo. gave birth to
triolets last night to increase
her rami!v to a record-breaking
41 cubs. Zoo officials said Mary,
her ma'e Butch and the triplets
Peter, Paul and Petula were do.
ing nicely.

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Sclent Fears
JT(ifpif til My
Be An Observer
nTporr (UPDRrusstVe. Sput Sputnik
nik Sputnik III may be equioped with in-
-'-ii-m'-' tV.- (...! rclav h"el to
the Soviet land, sea and air so-err.-,
,h jt s a top scien.
ist said yesterday.
Dr. John .vvVH, nf f.ewis
Flight Propulsion T'-aboranrv aid
th" National Advisorv Commis Commis-pion
pion Commis-pion for 4f",qnattfi',s. told the in industry
dustry industry missile and space age eon eon-ferenf"1
ferenf"1 eon-ferenf"1 "a po'-r nrbit. M'ows sueh
surveillance of the entire erth,
lir-i'ed nnlv by ? cloud oVt."
He said infra-red rays plus vi1? vi1?-It?'
It?' vi1?-It?' de'ection COul'l v'""V (lj,t
P'ths of aircraff and ballistic mis mis-si'"":.
si'"":. mis-si'"":. as "-el1 pronnd ohc"?.
If Soutnik III contains such in in-"'n'ties
"'n'ties in-"'n'ties ""ussia wouH th
firs time have -the a&ittfy -rff
know the location of alitor sur sur-fee
fee sur-fee shins without the fid nf uj.
pionage and code breaking," Ev Ev-vard
vard Ev-vard said.
The scientist said Sputnik III
nrv well be an observational sat
ellite and have preliminary forms
of instrumen s that can locat?
roads, highways, general map
characteristics, and even troop
movements and concentration.
Evvard said a much simpler
form of observation?! satellite
could be put into orb't ,o observe
cloud formations on the earth and
gmss movements of air masses.
Such a satellite would boost
I '!ier observation capability lo
9ri per cent of the earth's surface
as opoosed to the present 5 per
cent coverage.
He s'd it has been evtimal1
that such an improvement in ob ob-pervntional
pervntional ob-pervntional canaei'y wuM pllmv
accurate weather predictions to
h" nvu'e "5 lnnr as a month ffl
ndvanee, bringing untold good to
m-nkinri.
Evvard and Michael Ferenee
Jr.. diroc'or of FoH Motor Cc.'S
engineering staff, listed numer numerous
ous numerous e he uses and power possi possibilities
bilities possibilities of satellites and "oace
ft.
They included television radio
relay, cosmic ray research and
harnessing, biological experi experiment;
ment; experiment; with animals and rp.au on
travel in outer space, meteor find
meteor dust research, and satel satel-li
li satel-li e radio communication jam jamming
ming jamming stations.



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PAGE FITS
TUESDAY, XPLT 1, 1958
TH1 PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

FORMALIZING the change of command ceremony held at Fort Kobbe, Col. Ralph A. Jones, Jr.,
new Aommandinir officer of the 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry and Fort Kobbe replaces the
m colors to the color bearer during Friday's parade and ceremony. Jones, who succeeds
Col. Robert W. Garrett, was presented the colors by Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogden, then com com-mi,u..ng
mi,u..ng com-mi,u..ng gen.1 LSAKCAKIB. (U.S. Army Photo by Sp3 Joe Tomko)

COL. RALPH. A. JONES, Jr., the new commanding officer of
the 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry and Fort Kobbe, receives
the distinctive insignia of the 20th Infantry four muskets
forming- the Roman numeral twenty from his predecessor
Col Robert W. Garrett at a change of command ceremony and
parade held at Fort Kobee. The crests, Garret's own, added a
personal touch to the military ceremony. (U.S. Army Photo by
Sp3 Joe Tomko-.

7e ttafote fkmt

, ...,x,t,.,t.
BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
Ten minutes before dinner
" O-
gie's mother called from
kitchen, "Would you please
i in-
set
the table, dear?'
Entering the dining room five
minutes later, she found .losie
just getting ready to spread the
.1-11. 1K hnkln CI.A ffnf l,,.i-
i li ifii il l limn .tin act. ill
dish of mashed potatoes on a
chair, grabbed the cloth from
Josie and spreading it over the
table herself, said impatiently, 'If
you ever did what you're told, I'd
die of the shock."
But Josie had not been told to
let the table. She'd been request requested
ed requested to set it.
Her mother's "would ypu please
et the stable?" had given her
the choice between setting it or
not setting it. At 11, she isn't mo morally
rally morally strong enough to choose to
set a table when she prefers to
continue looking at TV.
What she needed was authority
that made the decision for her
that could say, "Set the table,
Josie."
But like others among, us, her
mother is uneasy with orders. As
cmldren we were tajght to say
to dur parents, "oud you please
give BS6-r cookie? instead of
Jietve me a cookie."
And we may Continue to treat
our own children like our parents,
leaving Josie with the decision to
give us a set table as we left
Woter to decide to give us
tne I
cookie.
It might be helpful if we begin
to experiement with the direct or order,
der, order, "Set the table, please."
If It doesn't produce immediate
results, we shouldn't be discour discouraged.
aged. discouraged. Just as we can't eexpect to
produce a perfectly fitting dress
iiiu iiinu nine we mane one. we
am exoeci nenect resu its with
r first experiment with au-
ty.

" Jn

What counts is not its resuiis:
hut the willingness to risk its fail
nreIViP nnccihilitv that .losie will
ure the possibility that Josie will
ripfv nc r

mis willingness is a iuiiii n
self-trust. Quite often when we'rej How can a woman get herself
brave enough to give a child an P to look '"ke thaf" asked a
order, we find ourselves suddenly Perplexed male in shocked disbe disbe-certain
certain disbe-certain of our right to give it!'1" a a short, dumpy, middle-ag-and
can convince Josie of it, too. ed woman walked away from
We're like -a man who's been him in a baggy sack dress, with
wanting to swim but afraid to 'he step-of someone obviously sat sat-jump
jump sat-jump into the pool. Then one day lsflpd with her appearance,
he suddenly thfnk.s "The hecK Well, it's easy. But maybe you
with this dithering," jumps into have to be a woman to under
the pool and aftei a flurrv or' stand how easy it is for a worn worn-two,
two, worn-two, finds himself swimming. an to 'ook like heck and still feel

on.:.. ...:ll: r r
But to make that jump, he had
first risk the chance of failing.
Rockef6ller Seeks
COP Nomination
For NY Governor
NEW YORK (UPI) Multimil-

i.onaire JNeison Rockefeller an-'knowing tnat she is in Syle-that
nounced yesterday that he would ;sn is wearing the latest thing,
seek the Republican nomination! Poin,ed-toed shoes may make
for governor of New York m a her feet look three Sizes larger larger-nTL
nTL larger-nTL V r,Ut,r,lL mniM they are in style, she will
L"tlnrtMm,UeK" them with pride.
Demorr.t Harr.msn,; gh fc & fc

i.nn,,H m u.n r n-.
publican national ehsirman and a
powerful iVifgrtter, alrrady hjs
announced his candiuacy for th
GOP nomination.
PniVof.,lloi- JO i nnliiil
uvwiniu nan, lll till l liT'
......I..,. I, I ,S rt (Mill 1, .1,
nM-io alllimiftk k. I, n l,i.,' ,1,
.w.avv., niuiuuu lie Had IIC1U .11,11
appointive posts in the Roosevelt.
Truman and Eisenhower ad-minis-

tratlons. Harrlman had a similar style t the moment-whether
background when ne won his first' It is becoming or not. And we'll
term four years ago. feel lust as secure ai w feel to-
Rockefeller now Is chairman of day 1" th sack.
airadvisory committe on govern-i Now do you understand, sir?
ment organiiation, a three man No, I didn't think you would. We
aroun named bv President Eisen-lonly half way understand our-

hower to study ways of stream

lining tne execuuve Drancn oiiwe. jook, jusi so long as we are
government. 'In style.

US Sleelworkers
Begin Receiving
Added Benefits

PITTSBURGH (IjPI) Steel Steel-workers
workers Steel-workers tnrougho'.it the cou'itry
oc0an receiving tne linal install install-men.
men. install-men. of increased bene'-ts yester yesterday
day yesterday under ihe te-r ms of foe 1936
contract between the liniled a eel
workers Union ana steel pioduc pioduc-ers.
ers. pioduc-ers. Management sources estimate
I the increase will amount to 20 to
i 25 cents hpurly, under five dif'-r-i
ent categories, wages, differen differentials,
tials, differentials, holiday pay, Sunday work
and cost of living.
A spokesman for the Uni.ed
Steelworkers estimated that ap
proximately 600.000 workers will i

be affected by the increased ben- can leaders keep reminding ihat
efits. The spokesman pointed out. public opinion can shift rapidly,
however, thai about 100,000 of Farm discontent. Sputniks and the
these are presently laid off and! recession have flared and subsided
about 300,000 are currently em- as political issues in the past
ployed on a part-time basis. 'year.
U. S. Steel Corp., the nation'
No. 1 steel producer, had becnj As one of the GOP profession profession-expected
expected profession-expected to raise ihe price ol als put i. at the weekend:
steel to compensate for Ihe in- "The Republican Party is bg bg-creased
creased bg-creased benefits. However, the Ker than Sherman Adams. This is
giant steel manufacture- has in-: not calamity. The strong party or or-dicated
dicated or-dicated it will hold the line pend- ganizations which we have in
ing "clarification" of factors in many of the states are not sud sud-volved
volved sud-volved in the complicated steel denly going to fall apart be ause
market. Other steel producers of this."
are following IT. S. Steel's lead. I

The wage increase will amount
to nine "cents per iuur: difieren
tials will be increased by about
1-3; holiday pay will be hiked 25
per cent from 10 ner cent; Sun Sunday
day Sunday premium will be increased to
time and-one quarter from time
and-on, ,i'th; cost of living in
creases will bring an additional
four cents per hour to the work
ers.
i) lii f J
TO, V,
Mtl It IIUCI J
xys.
weii-aressea.
The simple answer is that is a
woman is wearing tb latest
thing she gains assurance from
the knowledge that she is in style.
No matter how becoming an
out-dated fashion might be to a
woman, just knowing that it is
becoming isn't enough to give her
self-assurance.
olf ncanrnneo rnm frnm
sa dress-but mat's a -.minor
matter, so long as she knows she
is up-to-date in her dress.
Five years from now we wom women
en women will be asking ourselves. "How
did we ever wear anything as
awful as the sack?" Buti- when
we ask the question we'll he
wearing whatever happens to be
selves why it doesn't matter how

Social ancl

Mitt Mabel Sneider
Honored at Party
ed at a par.y yesterday afternoon
given by the corps of operating;
Aliss Mabel bneider was honor
attendants of Gorgas. She is;
retiring after 30 years of service
with the Department of Health at
(jorgas, 21 one of which have,
been as supervisor of the opent

ing room. Miss Sneider was pre-lboa will leave tomorrow on the
sented with a first aid kit to US3 SS Ancon for Conway, New Hamp Hamp-in
in Hamp-in her future Work- in ihe Gilbert; shire. She will visit her son-fn-law

'slands.
n,l. I
Receive Degrees From
University of Colorado
One Canal Zone resident and one
former resident received degree
from the University of Colorado
raring the recent graduation exer exercises.
cises. exercises. Mrs. Joan Forbes Astrin receiv
ed her Bachelor of Science in Nur.; 1
ing. She is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Kay hordes, recently re-
tired Canal ione residen.s who

GETS DECORATION Capt. A. J. Mathon, retiring from
the Canal Zone Fire Department, was awarded the Jose Ga Gabriel
briel Gabriel Foundation medal recently at a farewell party held at
the Central Fire Station in Panama. The medal was pinned
on Mathon by Tomas Gabriel Duque, third in command of
the Panama bomberos.

Republicans In State Of Shock
Over Sherman Adams Revelations

WASHINGTON UPD The Sher-, charges near the close of Ihe Tru Truman
man Truman Adams rtise has plunged the I man administration, will not cs cs-Republican
Republican cs-Republican Pariy into a state of cape unhurt from the curre.it
shock which can be cured only! squabble,
by time and some good issues to
to be used against the Demociats. Bernard Goldfine, Boston busi businessman
nessman businessman whose gifts and hospiul hospiul-At
At hospiul-At this point, with four months ity were accep.ed by Adams, is

s ill to go beiore he fall cougres-
sional elections, GOP morale
seems about as low as it has iver
been since the debacle of 193H.
However, while they are not
bursting with optimism. Reputili
But right now the party still ap
pears numb from Ihe challenge to
Adams integrity, raised by House
investigators. There is a tendency
to await further developments, ;o
see if the inquiry takes a new turn'
and if Adams stays as President i
Eisenhower's No. l.aide.
Hints have been thrown out tha'
the Democrats, who suffered
much from influence
peddling'
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Daily Vigor
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i tradmuufc
of th
maken ef
Campbell' Soupa,
The juices of 8 different garden garden-fresh
fresh garden-fresh vegetables are blended into
this famous drink. You'll love its
lively flavor, and thrive on its
vitamin-packed goodness. At
mealtime or between meals V-8
S-V-B
1
gives you the refreshment
you want, and the nourish
ment you need,

Ofli

erwiSe
Continutd
left the Isthmus in time to attend
their daughter's graduation.
and Mrs. A. T. Cotton of Balboa,
received a Bachelor of Science Dc-
gree in Business.
Mrs. Bavorstock Will
Vmt Daughter
uyiuvi
Mrs. Clinton Baverstock of Bal-'
.....I .1 .1,1 .... M. M... D I 1
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.lB-C-
Ba.tersby and her new granHsiiT,
Clinton.. The baby is the Batter;;
by's second child and second son.
To Attend Soroptimist
Convent:on
Miss Florence H.
Edbrooke of
fn'n riln ic nmv in llnt'c nn T. -'
as where she will attend the Con-
ven.ion of Soroptimist Intern
mil in oviiuuuiiini lutein i'i-
s a delegate of the Colon Club. I
al as
Mrs. Kimice Delvalle will attc.a
as the Club s second delegate,
scheduled to testify tomorrow. Ap-
parently the Republicans expect
to hear that Democrats also
shared his generosi.y.
Nixon Not Disturbed
Meanwhile, Republican candi
dates are worrying about the ei ei-fect
fect ei-fect of the Adams case on their
election Drnsnpcts in November

as? &jss?9 s!iew;. '-rss

T.iiiiKiii i imun
land, have urged that Adams re-
sign Knowland said he does not
see how tho case can materially
affect his campaign for governor
of California but added that both
ihe administration and the party
would benefit from Adams' depar departure.
ture. departure. Vice President Richard M. Nix
on does not share his party's
mi noes not snare nis parly's
trepidation, at least not on the1
surface. He said he has no oa,
ence with "hang-doe" Republicans
wno fear that all is los.. He also
said in a television appearance
that Adams' "crime", if any, wis
not legally comparable with the
deep-freeze and nvik coat scai.-
dals of the Truman era.
With the presidency not at
stake, there is a normal tendency
in mid term elections tor congres
sional candidates to tailor their
campaigns to their constituencies!
and to give less attention to the
record of the national adminislra-l
tion. Many Republicans believe'
that the Adams case will push'
their congressional candidates this,
year even farther in that direc-
tion.

EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1958
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IN HOLLYWOOD...

By ERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) W'-fi
it's gimmick Jme in Hollywuor.,'
Ju? about anything can nappe....
, 1 m "J J w"s &,"d.. aad
to miss the debut of "Clara" y-1
gainst a background of salami,
pot roasts, sail ages, New York
cuts, sliced ham decorated wnh
i... -j ii.n .i i
""-vw""u '.
IIC UUUi UUSlIlK IUI UUUIILII.V
photos in Len's Butcher Shop in
Beverlv Hills.
1 hear everyone had a ball a
mpal hyll n M I II m It V I wai I n 11
Len didn't mind about someone!
aicdinit; iwu atrarv.i, viic fea.i
were rare and all the publieiry!
hunsirv li tie starlets led tricm-
selves on the light of popping

flashbulbs and on meaty hors lild wa"era
d'oeuvres lons ca",nS lf an Broadway
. Opening." offering "cocktails and
SOME GIMMICKS just happen! fresh ground round" and speri speri-iit
iit speri-iit ih3t M.rilvn Mnn,-,,r ral'. r. i f.vmg, for dress. High and very

dar but most gimmicks are mad
to happen like the world premiere
of a record album in a Beverly
Hills bu.chcr shop.
And like Sandra Giles' Fuzzy
Pink Thunderbird. You may have
read about Sandra's car all cov
ered, except for chrome and rub-
her. with synthetic pink fur. It,
was a press agents' idea. The car
that has to be fluffed instead of
buffed hasn't done as much lor
starlf Sandra's career as lli.it
calendar did for Marilyn, but the
gimmick is a space-getter.
Now about this premiere, with
Virginia Cities
Unite In Attempt
To Avert Integration
NEWPORT NEWS. Va. tUPD
At n:idnight Virginia lost Iwo ol
her cit.'s and got one in return.
Warwie- consolidated into a
city o
120,000, replacing Roanoke1
as Viginia's third largest city
and trailing onlv Norfolk and
Richmond. The new city, also
called Newport News, is by far
the largest in the state in area,
covering 65 square miles.
The consolidation is involved
every part of the municipal lives
o" the two cities, from city coun councils
cils councils to the street cleaners. A sev
en man council e'ected 1 a s 1
April, had already enacted a num number
ber number of ordinances that went into
effect once the city was created.
The council held its first for formal
mal formal meeting at the Warwick
headquarters today after inaugu inauguration
ration inauguration ceremonies.
Purpose of the consolidation is
to give each city what
neeas
most. Newport News, rich m in
dustry with the Newport News
Shipbuilding and Drydock corp
and the eastern terminus of the
Chesapeake and Ohio Railway,
needed land for its 45.000 popu'a.
tion crammed into 4' 2 square
some 60 square miles, needed in
dustrial taxes. Each hopes the
twain will meet in th merger.
A by-product of the consolida consolidation
tion consolidation mav be the stalling of racial
integration efforts in Newport
News, which has been ordered to
desegregate schools in September.
Attorneys for the city, which has
a 59 per cent Negro enrollment in
the schoo's. say they will argue
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tnat tne merKer wl" invalidate the
order because the old eitv of New
port New went out of existence
last night.
May Rock 'n Roll
Rest In Peace
JACKSON, Miss. (UPI) Ra.
dio station W.JQS thinks the na nationwide
tionwide nationwide trend is back to "good
music."
To show his faith in this trend,
the station hauled 5.000 rock n
roll records to a shopping center
here Monday in a coffin. A
spokesman said the teen agers
can have the ecorris the sta.
tion wil1 concentrate on "adult
music" in the future.
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Jimmy sing things like "What
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it's all quite mad; Sort of a nit.
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Nothing Sure In Baseball-Except Warren Spahn Pitching Against Redlegs
LEADING
PITCHERS
: Based on 13! official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brave Lefty Posts 48th
Victory Against Cousins
Editor: CON R A DO SARGEAN

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, July 1 (UP) Nothing's sure in
baseball, unless maybe it's Warren Spahn pitching
against the Cincinnati Redlegs.

ADD NOTHING SURE SPORTS
Since entering the National
League back tr. 1942, the canny
Milwaukee southpaw has beaten
rrs Cincinnati "cousins b times
wliile losing only 1 games to
them.
Don'5t go "napping your fingers
at those 48 victories, either. Ev
en if vou're not impressed, such
fiue pitchers s johnny Podres.!
Sam Jones, Bonnie Kline and Lar-I
ry jacksoa ire.
They've all beer, h; the league
A while and not on of them can
top Out tot! of wi.ns includ including
ing including t!i their victories tgailist eve-
ry club in the circ'Ji
Milwsukemana Fred Haney
saved Spaiir. ouvposely tor the,
RedUgs last Ri?ht s.rui he surej
knew what he was iloinji the 37-year-oVJ
leiiy held Cinemuati toj
six hits in a a-2 triumph tha: mark-j
d his 10th victory (! the ?ear i
Spahn, apparently netted ior a
20game season for the ninth time
in his career, did not set his 10th
vtory last year until .'uly 16, but
sftil wound up with a 21-11 record.'
The Braves achieved last night s
triumphal the expense of V.oh
Purkey and retained their 2 "2
game lead. Milwaukee collected
12 hits, chasing Purkey with a
four-run rally in the fourth inning
and piling up five more runs a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Tom Acker in the fifth.
Del Crandall drove in three runs
with a single and a double and
Spahn also collected two hiti to
raise his batting average' to 400
The eonfbination of Stan Musi.il
and Lindy McDaniel paced the St.
Louis Cardinals to a 4-2 decision
over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Musial drove in two runs with
his 13th homor and a double

Thomson Sets Course Record
In British Open Qualifying

ST. ANNE'S ON-THE-SEA, Eng England
land England (UPD Peter Thomson of
Australia, a three-time winner of
the British Open golf champion championship,
ship, championship, set a course record for the
Royal Lytham and St. Anne's
links yesterday when he uhot
63 in the first qualifying round of
this year's rnament.
As the 1958 tournament got tin tinder
der tinder way beneath overcast skies
With a hint of rain, two of the 12
American- entries still had cot
appeared. Vic Ghezzi of New
York and Tim Holland of Rock Rock-Ville
Ville Rock-Ville Centre, N.Y., were believed
to have withdrawn.
Charles Jennings of Medford,
N.J., and Army sergeant, was the
first American to finish his opening-day
round. Jennings shot a 78
on the nearby Fairhaven course.
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whilt McDaniel limited the Dod Dodgers
gers Dodgers to seven hits in gaining his
fifth win. Musial's two extra ba base
se base hits moved him within two of
Lou "Gehrig's total of 1,W0. which
ranks second best ii the majorv
Babe Ruth i the leader with 1, 1,-3a
3a 1,-3a extra bases. John RoseborjS
homered for the Dodgers. The
loss was charged to starter Bob
Giallombardo.
San Francisco, Philadelphia. Chi Chicago
cago Chicago and Pittsburgh all were idle
Oniv Iwo games were sclied
tiled in the American League
where Cleveland defeated Chicago,
5- 3 and Detroit lopped Kansas Ci City,
ty, City, 7-6
Keliever Hoy t Wilhelm had to
throttle an eight-inning rally by
the Wlu f Sox to preserve Cal Mc
Lish's fourth victory The Indians
lumped in front with two runs in
the second on Minnie Minosn's
nth homei a hit batsman and Bil Bil-lv
lv Bil-lv Moran's double and they added
two more off loser Dick Don. an
in the fif.h on a walk and throe
singles. 7Jim Landis homered for
Chicago.
Kansas Citv had Detroit beaten.
6- 4, until disastrous ninth inning
in which the Tigers scored three
runs with the aid of two errors.
With the bases full. Harvev
Kuenn hit a grounder to third
baseman Preston Ward, who
threw wildlv allowing two runs to
cross. Right tielder Roger Mans
retrieved the hall and allowed the
winning run to score when he al also
so also threw wildly to third.
Billv Hoeft picked up his sev
enth victorv in relief. Tom Gor Gorman
man Gorman was the loser. Bob Serv hit
his 20th homer for the A's while
Harry Simpson hit his third.

Errie Ball of Oak Park, III., shot
a 76 at Fairhaven.
The huge field split up to play 1
the Koyai Ltnam and ine u air air-haven
haven air-haven courses ior tne ursi round.:
The entries will reverse courses
for today's second quu.nying 1
round. The lowest 100 and ties'
will quality ior the sun oi ihej
tournament proper on Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Thomson's 63 broke the old
course record set by Ireland's
Fred Daly in 1952. The 25 year-old ;
Australian, who is the tournament
favorite, shol eight birdies andj
did not stray over par once in hid
round. He went out in 31 and!
came home in 32. He birdied the
first four holes of the incom.ng
nine.
Bobby Locke of South Afrioja,
who won the tournament last year
for the fourth time, shol a 73 at
Royal Lytham. Gary Player of;
Sou'lh Africa, another leading con-
tender for the title, had a 72 on
the same course.
Clarke Hardwick of IjOs An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, the third American to com complete
plete complete his round, shot a 40-3777 at
Royal Lytham.
A total of 340 golfers from 17
nations was scheduled to tee off
today.
Player Of The Day
JIM LEMON
Manager Cookie Lavagetto of
the Washington Senators isn't kid
ding when he says he wishes he
had another Lemon.
He means Jim Lemon, 6-fool, 4
inch outfielder who is one of the
most dangerous "low average"
sluggers in the American I-eaguc.
A .26 hitter fo5r six big league
seasons the right handed hitter
from Covington. Va knocked m
a total of nine runs Sunday as the
Senators split a douhleheader with
the Chicago While Sox.
Lemon knocked in five runs
with a homer and a double in the
Senators split a douhleheader with
the Chicago White Sox.
Lemon knocked in five runs
wun a nomrr ann a nouhle in i
the Senators' 12-0 victory in the
opener and added four RiBl's in
the second game which the While
Sox won, 12-11, in ll innings.

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Player and Club
Mays, S. F.
Musial. St. Louis
Dark, Chicago
Ashburn, Phila.
Crowe, Cincin.
Green. St. L.
Flood, St. Louis
Skinner. Pitt.
Torre, Mil.
Temple, Cinci.

G A B
69 279
60 237
54 219
66 259
50 162
61 196
51 159
67 252
62 156
66 259
R H Pet.
57 103 .369
37 86 .363
25 74 .338
40 87 .336
16 54 .333
28 64 .327
22 52 .327
46 81 321
19 50 .321
35 81 .314
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Fox, Chicago
Vernon, Cleve.
Cerv, K. C
Ward, K. C.
Kuenn, Detroit
Power, Cleve.
McDougald, N.Y.
Plews, Wash.
Bridges, Wash.
Runnels, Boston
70 278
58 169
67 251
60 197
58 226
64 252
57 212
45 156
71 256
63 244
36 92 .331
26 56 .331
51 81 .323
29 63 320
31 72 .319
48 80 317
34 66 .311
19 48 "08
31 78 .305
30 74 .303
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Thomas, Pirates 22
Banks, Cubs 18
Cepeda, Giants 16
Walls, Cubs 15
Moryn, Cubs 15
Mathews, Braves 35
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen. Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
Sievers, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
Mantle, Yankees
23
20
'18
16
14
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Thomas, Pirates 66
Banks, Cubs 54
Cepeda, Giants 50
Spencer, Giants 47
Mays, Giants 43
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen. Red Sox 60
Cerv, Athletics 59
Sievers, Senators 48
Lemon, Senators 44
Gernert, Red Sox 42
LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 7 decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
McMahon, Braves 6 1 .857
Spahn, Braves 10 4 .714
Farrell, Phillies 5 2 .714
Phillips. Cubs 5 2 .714
Worthington, Giants 7 3 .700
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Larsen, Yankees 6 1 .847
Turley. Yankees 11 3 .78fi
Ford, Yankees 9 3 .750
Pappas, Orioles 5 2 .714
Sullivan, Red Sox 5 2 .714
Moore, White Sox 5 2 .714
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Trip This Weekend
This weekend, July 4, 5, and 6,
the Isthmian Sports Car Club
will sponsor the annual rally
to Chitre. Cars will meet at Co Co-coli
coli Co-coli Clubhouse at 9:30 a.m.
Friday, July 4.
Bud Weishaar and Joe Grills
made a trip up there this past
weekend, to plan the course,
and report that driving condi conditions
tions conditions are good. Those who are
planning on makina the trip,
please call D. Grills, Panama
3 3605, after 3 p.m., any day
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ALL-STARS CLASH Dick Gleason farms outstretched), a member of the Fort Clayton All All-Star
Star All-Star Red team, scrambles with Stan Christian (hands on ball) for posession during the All All-Star
Star All-Star basketball game at Fort Clayton's Reeder Gymnasium Wednesday night (June 25). After
a very close battle all the way, the Red team emerged victorious over the Blue team, 59-5(5.
Gleason, a member of last year's Fort Clayton Cavalier team, was voted the post's outstand outstanding
ing outstanding player in company level league competition this year (U.S. Army Photo)

Change In PGA Format
Flayed By Vic Ghezzi

By OSCAR FRALEY
EAST NORWICH, N.Y. (UPD
Changing the format of the PGA
golf championship from match to
medal play has turned it from th ;
greatest fairway title of them all
to "just another tournament," for.
mer champion Vic Ghezzi charg charged
ed charged today.
The PGA abandons match play
this year, shifting to four rounds
of medal play instead of head-to-head
golf when the tournament is
held at Havertown, Pa., July 17 17-20.
20. 17-20. The match play event oecame
a financial flop, the PGA said,
when the leading stars were kayo kayo-ed
ed kayo-ed in early rounds.
But Ghezzi is adamant that Ihe
PGA erred when it became too
greedy and tried to get too many
names in the match play field.
"Their first mistake was when
Navy, Guaracheros
Charily Basketball
Game Thursday Night
The U.S. Navy all stars will
meet the Colon Guaracheros in a
basketball game sponsored by
Las Amigas de Cdridad Thursday
night a, the gymnasium of t h e
Abel. Bravo High School, Colon.
Proceeds of the game, which
has been dedicated to the U. S.
Ambassador Julian F. Harrington,
will be donated to the Old Peo People's
ple's People's Home at Puerto Pilon.
A preliminary to the Navy Gua Gua-racheros
racheros Gua-racheros game will be a contest
between the Canal Zone all stars
and the Junior Guaracheros bas basketball
ketball basketball five.
A trophy will be presented to
the winner by Joseph Harrington,
general manager of Pfizer Corp
A Consolation trophy will be giv given
en given to the losing team by Manuel
Aguirre, the owner of a jewelry
store bearing his name.
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they boosted the field from 32
qualifiers to 64 for the match
play rounds," he asserted. "1'hat
made 19-hole matches necessary
to get the field down to siz; in instead
stead instead of staying with the oid sys system
tem system o. 36-hole matches all the
way through."
When the tall, tanned Ghezzi
won the championship at Cherry
Hills in 1941 Dy Dealing Bron
Nelson on the 38th hole all ol the

matches were at 36 holes.
"That was a true test, hp ex explained,
plained, explained, "you had to be fit to play
five 36-hole matches but it was
a fair test' because thd top gof gofers
ers gofers didn't get knocked off by
somebody who was 'hot' for only
18 holes.
"It's easy for a big name golf golfer
er golfer to get beaten at 18 holes by
somebody who holds a hot hand,
he continued. "But if you can't
beat 'em at 36 holes, you can't
beat 'em at 136. The 36-hole me method
thod method all the way was the only true
one."
The PGA tournament, to be
played at Llanerch Country Club,
will consist of four rounds of med medal
al medal play with only one round a
day. This is going to attract a lot
of the old heroes, such as Ben
Hogan but Ghezzi feels that the
tournament pros still will have
much the best of it.
"A lot of them complain about
two rounds on the last day of the'
U.S. Open," he said. "Well, a
true champion should be able to
play 36 holes. It should be a test
of stamina as well as anything
else.
"And remember." he emphasiz emphasized,
ed, emphasized, "even with those two rounds
on the final day, a lot of flukes
still have won the Open."
Whatever
Happened to .
-$.3$$$ STAN STANZYK
Stan Stanzyk, one of those fabu fabulous
lous fabulous weight-lifers out of York,
Pa., won the Olympic light heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight championship in 1948. Lat Later
er Later he became world champion in
his jrli vision and at one time heid
the' world record for his class dur-
g a five vear period in which
I no
no man in the world Of his eight
could out-lift him. An injury ham
pered his (raining for (he 1952
Olympic team and he failed to
qualify.
Whatever happened to Stan
Stanzyk? The strong man iives in
Miami Beach, Fla., where he's a
successful insurance man. His
lifting these days is conlined chief chiefly
ly chiefly to a bowling ball u and that as
often, as possible for he's an avid
bowler.

Weekend Sports
Summary

SATURDAY
STANTON, Del. (UP1) Cavan.
a 1-2 favorite, won the 47,900
Leonard Richards Stakes at Dela.
ware Park.
NEW YORK (UP1) Red God
captured the $27,700 Roseben at
Belmont Park despite a Charge of
interference.
PONT1AC, Mich, (UPI) -Mick,
ey Wrighl of Chula Vista, Calif.,
won the Women's United States
Open golf championship with a
72-hole totaL of 290.
WIMBLEDON, Eng. (UPI) Pe Petite
tite Petite Mimi Arnold of Redwood Ci
ty, Calif., produced a majo,- up upset
set upset by ousting six-'oot Cnristine
Truman of Eng'and in the All.
England lawn tennis champion,
ships.
CHICAGO (UPI) -Round Table
won the Arch Ward Memorial at
Arlington Park to pass Citation
as racing's second highest money money-winner
winner money-winner with $1,090,014.
GOTHENBURG. Swede l (UPD
The French national k o c c e r
team defeated West Germany, 6 6-3.
3. 6-3. to win third place in the World
Cup tournament.
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Nancy
Ramey of Seattle broke the world
record for the lOO-mete- women's
butterflp in 1:09.6 during the in international
ternational international invitational swin.
meet.
EL MONTE, Calif. (UPI) How Howard
ard Howard Smith of the Southern Cali California
fornia California Striders won the National
AAU pentathlon for the third
straight year.
SUNDAY
EAST NORWICH, N.Y. (UPD
Arnold Palmer led all the way to
capture the $9,000 first prize mon.
ey in the Pepsi golf champion championship
ship championship STOCKHOLM, Sweden (UPI)
Favored Brazil defeated Sweden,
5-2, to win the World Soccer Cup.
MONZA, Italy (UPD Jim Rath,
mann of Miami, Fla. won th
500-mile Monza car race with an
average speed of 166.705 miles
per hour.
LOS ANGELES (UPD Japa Japanese
nese Japanese swimmers won a 1 1 but one
men's swimming event in the fi.
nal day's program of the interna international
tional international invitational s, 1 M M I N G
MEET.
Brazil's Soccer
Win Causes Six
Deaths In Rio
RIO DE JANEIRO (UPD
Wild jubilation over the Brazilian
victory in the world soccer cham
pionships caused six deaths Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, police have announced.
In Rio, s millionaire playboy
was shot and killed by the driver
of a car he pounded in his en enthusiasm.
thusiasm. enthusiasm. In Receife, a newspa newspaperman
perman newspaperman was fatally shot in an
altercation over ttie Brazilian tri triumph.
umph. triumph.
Two children, aged 4 and 14
were killed here by stray bullets.
And a 31-year-old Brazilian who
was "celebrating too boisterous boisterously"
ly" boisterously" was shot when he argued with
a policeman. A 58-year-old nava1
officer died of a heart attack
while listening to a broadcast of
the final game.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L
38 28
36 31
3 33
32 33
ret.
.576
.337
.529
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GB
Milwaukee
St. Louis
San Francisco
Cincinnati
Chicago
Pittsburgh
Phiiabeipnia
Los A.igeles
IVt
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All
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34 37 .479
30 34 .469
31 39 .443
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Arises at at. uis (N;.
Philadeiph.a at Pittsburgh (N )
Cincinnati at MilwaUKee (N).
San Francisco at Chicago.
YESTE1 DAY'S RESULTS
(Niglu Game)
Cincinnati 100 001 0002 6 0
Milwaukee 000 450 OOx 9 12 1
Purkey (8-5), Keliner, Acker,
Hayuen, Schmidt and Bailey.
Milwaukee: Spahn (10-4) and
Crandall.
(Night Game)
Los Angeles 010 010 0002 7 1
St. Louis 201 010 OOx 4 3 0
Giallombardo (0.1), Kiippstein,
Podres and Roseboro.
McDaniel (5-7) and Smith.
Only games scheduled.
Stengel, Haney
All-Star Game
Packed World
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NEW YORK, July (UPI) -Nothing
personal, you understand,
but suddenly Casey Stengel and
Fred Haney are trying to ouge ouge-nius
nius ouge-nius each other with a pair of
stratagems that promise to con convert
vert convert the All-Star game from just
another exhibition to a World
Series-style battle of brains.
Stengel struck the first blow
when he packed the American
League team with seven of his
own Yankees to augment two
other Yanks named as starters
for the game at Baltimore, July
8
Haney, whose Milwaukee Braves
beat the Yankees in the World
Series last falL promptly retali retaliated
ated retaliated with the unprecedented de declaration,
claration, declaration, 'If we get out in front,
the starting lineup will stay in
the game until we win."
Both managers make no secret
of the fact that they want to
win at any cost Haney, per perhaps,
haps, perhaps, because he wants to prove
that his victory over Stengel last
October was no one shot fluke,
and Casey undoubtedly because
he doesn't like anyone to have
the upper-hand on him.
ABLE TO PLATOON
In any case, Stengel ULL BE
ABLE TO PLATOON TO HIS HEA
CONTENT IN THE STYLE HE
OfiMED with Yankee players.
Center fielder Mickey Mantle
and first baseman Bill Skowron
were the two Yankees picked to
start by the voted of American
League players, managers and
coaches.
To make sure there would be
no shortage of Yankkes on the
AL team, Stengel then named in in-fielders
fielders in-fielders Gil McDougald and Tony
Kubek, outfielder Elston Howard,
catcher Yogi Berra and pitchers
Bob Turley, Whitey Ford and
Ryne Duren.
American Leaguers already are
guessing that Stengel will start
the right handed Turley against
the preponderantly right handed
hitting National League starting
array. And if he needs a "stop "stopper"
per" "stopper" in the late innings, there
isn't a doubt in the world he'll
go to the fire-balling Duren, the
most effective reliver in the
circuit.
The other pitchers Stengel chose
to the team were Billy Pierce
and Early Wynn of the White
Sox Ray Narleski of Celveland
and Billy Digger O'Dell of Balti
more.
PICKS TED WILLIAMS
The Yankee manager also pick
ed outfielders Ted Williams of the
Red Sox and Al Kaline and Har
vey Kuenn of the Tigers: catcher
Sherm Lollar of the White Sox
first baseman Mickey Vernon of
the Indians, and shortstop Rocky
Bridges ot the henatrs.
That crew will complete the
starting team of Skowron at first
base; second baseman Nellie Fox
and shortstop Luis Aparicio of
the White sox; thidd baseman
Prank Malzone of the Red Sox;
outfielders Jackie Jensen of the
Red Sox, Bob Cerv of the Ath Athletics
letics Athletics and Mantle, and catcher
Gus Triandos of the Orioles.
Haney chose two pitchers from
his own milwaukee club in south southpaw
paw southpaw Warren Spahn and reliever
Don McMahon, but there is a
strong possibility he will start
right-handed Bob Friend of Pills
burgh. The other pitchers he
named were left handers Johnny
Antonelli of the Giants and John Johnny
ny Johnny Podres of the Dodgers and
right handers Dick Farrel of the
Phillies. Larry Jacksoa of thai

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YEoTERDaY'S REaULTS
Kansua uty nu Mi uoo kd 4
Detroit 216 100 uod 7 14 l
Liuan, Gorman (i-o), oic.jn
anu House. Chiti.
tusce, iHOioiu, Hoeft (7-9)
Wilson.
(Night Game)
Ueveianu 02Q 020 1005 7 G
Chicago 100 000 020 '3 5 7
luewsh (4-5), wiineim and i or or-ter.
ter. or-ter. Juionovan (3 9), Shaw, SUley and
Lollar.
Only games scheduled.
May Convert
Into Strategy
Series' Battle
Cardinals and Bob Purkey of
the Redlegs.
RULES OUT SENTIMENT
Haney insists he isn't going to
be guided by sentiment and if
the situation demands that his
eight starters go all the way,
then that's the way it wUl be.
This game shouldn't be ex exploited
ploited exploited as a spectacle where !he
5 best players in the league ve
paraded before the fans," he said
If it is, the game doesn't men
anything. It's honor enough to be
named to the squad."
That being the case, the eieht
NL starters may be in the garrfc
from beginning to end. The start starters
ers starters are outfielders Hank Aaron of
the Braves, Willie Mays of ho
Pirates; first baseman Stan Mu Musial
sial Musial of the Cardinals, second
baseman Bill Mazeroski and third
baseman Frank Thomas of the
Pirates shortstop Ernie Banks- of
the Cubs and catcher Del Cran Crandall
dall Crandall of the Braves.
In picking the remainder of the
team, Haney selected two of his
own Braves -third baseman Ed Ed-die
die Ed-die Mathews and shortstop John John-ny
ny John-ny Logan-along with chatchers
John Roseboro of the Dodgers
and Roh sdim:,n r.t u- -.!.
mfielders Don Blasingame of the
Cards and George Crowe of the
Redlegs, and outfielders Richie
Ashburn of the Phillies and Wlt
Moryn and Lee Walls of the
Haney s team boasts 19 fir.t.
timers. Missine ar nrh noron.
nials as Duke Snider, Gil Hodg.
e, nea scnoendienst, Red Klus Klus-zewski
zewski Klus-zewski and Robin Roberts. Tha
two All-Star "erevhearHB" arp Mtt.
sial, making his 15th appfearane
jnu wiinams, appearing for tha
14th time.
Mickey Wright
Adds Women's
Open To PGA
PONTIAC, Mich. (UPI)-Mickey
Wright found out early something
that many golfers take a. lilctime
to learn and it has paid off in the
two top titles of women's goL".
"I came to the realization that
I'm responsible lor every strike I
take," said the newly crowned
U.S. Women's Open champion who
only three weeks ago won the La La-dies'
dies' La-dies' PGA championship.
The "every stroke counts" Mic Mickey
key Mickey played that way over the For.
est Lake Country Club course, a
par 37.37.73 layout, as the dupli.
cated her LPGA feat df three
weeks ago by leading every round
including the tough, 36-hole test
Saturday.
Mickey finished with in Open
record of 74.72-70.74-290, two un.
der par and five strokes better
than Louise Suggi. The old 291 () ()-pen
pen ()-pen record was let by the great
Babe Kaharias.
Fay Crocker, who faded on the
final two rounds Saturday, slipped
to third, Alice Bauer was fourth
and Betty Jameson fifth. Miss
Rawls, who won the title Utt year
when Jackie Pune was disauall-
fied, was sixth, and Mr. Pung
was tied for seventh. I

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SWIFT AND SLEEK Mix Hanover, above, Is challenging the
Arden Homestead Stable's Sharpshooter for the shortest odds
In the 33rd Hambletonian Stakes at Du Quoin, 111., Aug. 27.
Owned by K. D. Owen and trained and driven by Frank Ervin,
Mix Hanover trounced all other top two-year-olds at Du Quoin
last summer and is training well Good looker, too.

by
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JOE WILLIAMS

. It is not always possible for the i ing. .and this happens to be one

fastidious gourmand to get exo- area in which the commissioner
tic delicacies appropriate to his can swing a big stick. If the two
appetite. In such wretched cir-! leagues should disagree, his vole..

cumstances he has no choice but certain to be in the affirmative,
to join the bourgeous in conven-J would decide,
tional gluttony or do without.
For some years now big league; it is significant that in com

club owners have been fattern- menting on the House action, the

ing, financially and otherwise, on; commissioner said: 'This repre
their young, stifling minor league ;Sents a challenge."

nurseries by unrestricted IV-ra- a challenge to whom? Our guess
Oracle which corrupt ic that if ,D ,i ,wi t iu

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Half Combined
Handicaps For
Each Team

Don Ha use, energetic tourna tournament
ment tournament chairman at the Brazos
BrooK Country Club, announce;
that mixed Scotch foursomes
will be piayed on Saturday, Ju July
ly July 5, from 9 a.m. until sundown
at which time all the competi competitors
tors competitors will be the guests of the
Sesgran Co. for a drinking
hour.
Everyone interested is request requested
ed requested to enter their names on the
bulletin board not later than
Friday evening. But those who
make up their minds at the last
minute will be permitted to
play.
The tournament committee
will make up the pairings in the
order the piayers arrive art he
golf club. Selective drive will
be the procedure with the com competitive
petitive competitive teems being allowed 50
per cent of their combined han handicaps.
dicaps. handicaps. Prizes for this ever popular
event will be donated by the
Seagram Co. through their local
agents, Compaiiia Cyrnos, S.A.
of Panama City, and the pres presentations
entations presentations will take place during
the "Drinking Hour."

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PISCATORIAL PEACH A beauty hooks a beauty at Silver
Springs, Fla. Betty Frazee may be showing that she doesn't
know much about angling, but even fish agree on her lines

Cognac Courvoisier
Weekend Results,

Tourney
Pairings

ily drying up the principal source; 0f the situation to market their

of suDoly.

Lest the Dracula set be impe impetuously
tuously impetuously disposed to honor both

the plate and the particpants in

product indiscriminately, ruthless-

The first round matches ofl lie- H. Mir.en and H. Koschcr won' J. Westman and I! lcman dc
Cognac Courvoisier Canadian Four- over E. de la Guardia y J. Car- fealed Lul Arango and M Monzo
some Golf Tournament, sponsoitd denas default. 13 and 2.
by Duran's, were over the week-1 Al Corsale and T. Makman ueat
end at the Panama Golf Club. ,R. Walker and Gov. Potter de- This Week's Matches
The -results and this week's fault. D. Westman ND G Cru? v A

! parings loilow: j I. Connors and J. Vallarino

beat J. Paz Rodriguez and L. AI011 Arias v Mark Moolv
zo-default Ch. Kade y H. Fidanque vs B.
L. (handeck and A. de Jsnon Hatllei- 3nri Rnh rvH

A. Arias and M. Mooty defeat

ed Rev Valdes and M. Maduro downed C. A. Arosemena and J

Royd 4 and 3.

there are some club owners who
arc more interested in the vita vitality
lity vitality of baseball than in the fast
buck.
. But since public law encourag encouraged
ed encouraged nationwide projection on a com commercial
mercial commercial basis, club owners, differ differently
ently differently gaited, promptly got aboard
the gravy train, peddling their
games willy nilly. and, in due
time, of course, the train had a
full load.
Finally we arrived at our point.
The law is in the process of being
changed, or rather spelled out.
The House has just acted favor

ably on a bill permitting curtail

lir ;,iiff1 it, ,. d anu D. 1 noya 4 ana j. n. i,iveiy ana K. unnstv vs v
HvtS w rrS Phgh Ch. Kade and H. Fidanque A. Paz Rodriguez and K. Aro ; H.nklc and Tom Scott
llypocrisv was added to preeH ? -,r ., n ,, . ...

. wtin vpr w 1 011 and I j 1 1 t'w sf m pna tiprpa pn t, t ier ann rv ti .anmn unr w

3 and 1. Correa default. 1 vs 11. Mitten and 11. Koscher

R. Arias and J. Boyd Jr. beat Al. Corsale and T. Bakman 1
Gus Kosik and F. Brantian 5 J. Vallarino Jr. and Tom Connors,
and 4. I L. Chandeck and A. de Janon
J. Vades and D. Dehlinger won vs Kell Arosemena and A. Pa
over D. Halman y E. L. Carier Rodriguez.

i "We ean't cav nn fn ontKtHt, If

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grisiy panes'J"'. 11 wc um we eouiu oe iouna guilty r Hattler and Bob Bovd down

ucai ciioitc. jvotiij j muui i Miu.iec us 10 sun tor ri-
came the house special of neces-iPie damage by the government."
,ity. .a competitive necess.ty. . ...

Incredible as, it may seem, "11 u j-j F

iiiiiuic us i was. uiu exisi. n

clearly defined procedures had ever
bfeen established and Justice
Department, though repeatedly pe petitioned
titioned petitioned for guidance, remained
unresponsive. Thus, professed
fear of reorisal became a conve convenient
nient convenient justification for bleeding
the minors. The new law would
disarm this type owner of anv
possible nretense. In facr. he
wouldn't have an antenna to stand
on.

2 and 1.

R. Lively and R. Christy beat!
J. Sibauste and S. Pierpont 4

and 3. j 4 and 3.

R. H. Lapton and W. LeBri.'n P. Baumgarden and E.

announcing
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FLEET TESTS prove record
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SPEEDWAY TESTS prove
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defeated A. Tapia and L. Romago- Ossa downed Al Sarinen and A.
sa 1 up. I de Mena 1 up.

de la; K' Arias Jr. and Jorge Boydr

Gets the Job Done

All along Ford Frick has shown i

Palmer Scores "5-Shot
Win With New Stroke

By OSCAR FR ALE Y

"EAST NORWICH, N. Y. (UPI)

merit and Senate concurrence isia Penetratingly awareness of dan- 7 l 6lmer Tu
ment ana senate c"'1" 'Ver uneurherl raHm.-rv .j the $9,000 first money in the

iniiii .j ft ror it r iintn a. 111 nui - (; i

indicated. For the minors, in par

ticular, and baseball in general,
the Importance of such legislation
cannot be overestimated.

the fundamental structure of hne.! PePsi 8lf championship fattening

ball, e.g., solvency and prowfh of j ?! y"r f"Ir,'. winmn8s
the minors, and toiled dilirentlv 137:6U45 ne?.p(1 for def.en,se f is

persuasively and intelligently to-

Rubber City open title today

1 'with a rtiitfinct ctrnba UarnnH nnik

The Fast Buck Boys rd,ra 3 oa'anced, sensible legal; " V 1"

the nook.if"'"-- i

pose absolute controls. (2) The
number of big league games

Once the law is in

these steps will almost surely be

taken: (l) Hasenau useu win ira- m trnDe Pa

is a splendid persona! trinmnh

1 a 1

hoimi.,i intn i-ho minors ne re'ormen sDorts wnv-r

... l 1 ti 1 nnai-rouiiu par 11 ior an 11
Will be cut inhalf. (3) Electronic nlmost'vely nhfd ahi- four-round total of 273
ennfliit with minor leacue teams 11 ,end 10 we in public mm-iS,,, ,hii ho navA

claying at home, ci y or night,

will be totally forbidden

ing rib muscle, fired a fina

round 70 which placed him at 280
along with chunky Ted Kroll and
Bob Rosburg. It earned them
each $2,333. Another stroke back

but each $1,675 richer, were Al
Mengert, Doug Ford, Stan Leo Leonard
nard Leonard and Henry Ransom.

Jr. vs J. Valde,s and R. Delingcr.

P. Baumgardner and E. dc la
Ossa vs John Westman and R. 1
Aleman. 1

BETTER RUBBER FROM START TO FINISH

TRANSISTHMIAN HIGHWAY TEL. 3-1501

Big Billy Casper and Ken Ven Ven-turi
turi Ven-turi had 282's worth $1,30 each
while there were individuals $1,125
playoffs for Lionel Hebert, Leo

Biaget.r, Cary Middlecoff and Jim-

Our confidence in predicting the

above developments is based on

knowledge that they represent
Commissions1 Ford Frick's think-

orenension the true value and
importance of his accomplishments.

Along The Fairways

RESULTS OF FIRST MATCHES
IN PWGA HANDICAP
TOURNAMENT

The first matches in the 1951

PWGA Handicap Tournament h

Ing pUyed at the Panama Golf

Club were completed last Sunday.
Results were as fellows:
Championship Flight
Carpenter veT Robinson.
Perantie over Burns.
Dilfer over Jones Jr.
Askew over Hudquist.
First Flight
-French over Ma hieson.
Stempel over Nelson.
Garret over Konck.
Dirk erson over Trim.
Sexend Flight
Purdy over Dalton.
Wright over Waring.
Owens over Judson.
Jones over Sullivan.
Third Flight
Hood' over Monleath.
Daniels over Twomey.
Hennan over Thompson.
Clinley over Bye.
The lineup for the second
latches, which .must be comp'e'-'

d by Sunday, July 6 are as fol fol-)ws:
)ws: fol-)ws: Championship Flight
Carpenter vs Perantie.
Dilter vs. Askew.
First Flight
French vs Stempel.
Garret vs Dickerson.
Second Flight
Purdy vs Wright.
Owens vs Jones. 1
Third Flight
Hood vs 'i.
Daniels vs Clinley.

In spite of limiotions created
by baseball law, Frick has emerged
as a commissioner of stature ?nd
distinction. Faced with a multi multiplicity
plicity multiplicity of problems, the like of
which his predecessors never knew

he has- arhieved a remarkbly hieh
average of success. What his cri critics
tics critics decry as irrosolution and
Staticism are actually patience
and Wisdom, the virtues of wruch
are impressively reflected in Wash Washington's
ington's Washington's new 'Let's-bekind -to-sports"
mood.

he suffered a week ago in the

Buick Open because of poor
putts.
"If I find this new putting
stroke, I'll win by five strokes,"
he said before the Buick Open a
week ago.
It was a bit slow coming, so
he finished in a lie for second.
That still was worth $3,800 but he
missed the $9,000 top money
there.
His fiveshot victory prediction
came true this time, however,
and i. was a runaway as the
powerful slugger carded ronnds of
66 a course record 9-67.71 on
the part 36 35-71 Pine Hollow
Country Club course.

"The putting did it," he said.
"I finally mattered the tech technique
nique technique of shifting my weight
more forward on my left foot.

ahead of the Reds for lhP firvtl getting the arms in closer to

'time. the body and the hands out to
Russel Watson of the Blacks provide a freer stroke on the
was high point man for the sec- greens."
ond straiahi week. He had three j
first places and three second plac Master it he did, posting an
es. j eagle and 15 birdies against six
bogeys for the 72-hole rflstanre.
John Palerson was high point! Tnen Palmer and nis wife. Win Win-man
man Win-man for the Red Team with oneln'e. boarded a place for Coopers.

firs: place, three second nlaces burg, Pa., where they were to

The Masters champion from La

scored a five-shot vie

tory over lean Jay Hebert of San-i my Demaret, banked at 283.

ford. Ha., in the Pepsi with at
final-round par 71 for an ll-under- Typical of the par busting.

I Paul Harney and Dow Finster-

But while he played "even bet. wald finished at even par 284-a

ler than I did with the Masters,! tie for 17th which was worth on-

he still mourned the $4,200 loss j ly $975 each

THIS IS
THE
MOMENT
WHEN
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THE DIFFERENCE

Summer Sports

Contest 'Day ended al the Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Gynr-Friday with the Blacks

cnalking up enough points to go

an'' one third place.

The winners in the differenct e e-vents
vents e-vents were:
Treasure hunt: Black Team.
Foul shooting: Richard Levee.

1st; Ted Albritton, 2nd;
B Leaeue John Paterson. 3rd.
Foul Shooting: Russell Watson,
Is'- Don McCollough,
E League 2nd; Richard Maguire
3rd
Ping Pong: John Palerson and

Stewart Brown. Doubles Ping
Pong: Ted Albritton. Singles: Ar-

cnery: 8 and 9 years James van
Loon, 1st; Chip Wallace 2nd;
Archery: 10 and 11 vears: Jonn
Bundy, 1st; Russell Watson, 2nd:
Don McCollough, 3rd.
Archery: 12 and over Richard
Maguire, 1st; John Palerson, 2nd.

pick up their 2'a year old daugh
ter, Peggy, and head for Akron

There, ofi Thursday. Palmer will
begin de'ense of his Hubber City
Open title.
Almost as happy as the winner
was the slender Hebert. The San San-ford,
ford, San-ford, Fla., pro, a native of Loui Louisiana,
siana, Louisiana, long has been hailed as a
poten.ial big winner but his $4, $4,-600
600 $4,-600 second place money on a
final-round three. under.par 68 for
278 was the biggest payoff of li s
career.
Another shot away came Don
Fairfield, the human one iron
from Casey, 111., whose closing 70
for 279 earned $3,000. It was Hie
most loot he'd ever carried off,
too.
Sammy Snead, despite an ach-

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Pylc St.. Balboa I p.m.
FOR SALE '58 Karman Ghia
$2,100. 2-1695.
Exceptional opportunity; Embas Embas-ey
ey Embas-ey sell for renovation material
Buick 1952, excellent mechanical
condition. Low price if cash. Call
3-0697 to 8 at 1 p.m.
Final Camera Clinic
Series To Be Held
Tomorrow At JWB
The fourth and final session of
the Camera Clinic Series, being
held at the USO-JWB Aimed Hoi
ces Service Center, will take pUce
tomorrow, beginning at 7:30 p. in
This clinic is being conduced:
by Eugene K. Derr, past president
of the Diablo Club, whose expert I
opinion on the breakdown ot thi
camera and the proper results to
be obtained is highly regarded on
the Isthmus.
The last session will be devoedi
to full and constructive criticism
of slides brought by the particip
ants and primises to provide a top
notch hour of quality.
Servicemen and their dependents
and the general public of the Can j
al Zone and the Republic of Pana-1
ma are extended a cordial invila-i
tions to participate in the current
series.
OFFER TRADE EXTENSON
BONN, West Germany (UPD
West Germany has offered to ex extend
tend extend for one-year their oresent
trade agreement with Yugoslavia
Which expires Monday, the gov government
ernment government announced. West Ger.
many broke off diplomatic rela relations
tions relations with Marshal Tito's govern government
ment government last fall when Yugos'avia
recognized East Germany. How However,
ever, However, a foreign office spokesman
aid the West German Govern Government
ment Government was willing to carry on the
50 million dollar annual trade
agreement with Yugoslavia.
Chico Ai Oro Celebrales
His First Anniversary
It was lust a vear aeo todav
that "Chico," the little lad who
is everyone's friend today, made
his first sppearance in Panama.
His popularity has been as
phenomenal as his growth...
as he has become a household
word in more than 70,000 homes
Where "Chico" de Oro stamps
ixe regularly being saved
. In his first year "Chico'' has
given away more than 15,000
m nrsminms Tn fart "Chic.O."
uti, y . -
has been so busy of late at the
Premium Center on Justo Aro Aro-eemena
eemena Aro-eemena Avenue (Across from
Colegio Maria Inmac.uladai that
he has been looking for ex expansion
pansion expansion space. For the con convenience
venience convenience of all the Chico rie
Oro stamp savers t lie second
'Chlco" de Oro Premium Cen Center
ter Center will soon be opened in Pan Panama
ama Panama City. Announcement of the
opening, conveniently located
front of Santa Ana Plaza, will
be made very shortly
Yes, "Chico's but a young youngster,
ster, youngster, but he has become a vital
part of Panama's lite; not only
In the capital city, but in every
part of the Republic
As an added attraction this
year, a Big Christmas Raffle is
being sponsored b Chico and
all the participating member
Stores which makes h possible
for "Chico'' tie Oro stamp
aavers to win an A u s t i n
Cftr, a Philco Refrigerator and
a Philco Hi-Fi Phonograph. The
raffle tickets are absolutely
free. Stamp savers need merelv
turn in 'their filled "Chico' dr
OtO stamp albums for the Free
Premium Of their choice, and
they automatically receive tick tickets
ets tickets for'the big free raffle and
each ticket has four opportun opportunities
ities opportunities to win. Arivt

PANAMA CREDIT CORPORATION
(Creditos Panama, S.A.)
We are offering 7,500 shares of Common Stock
of this Corporation al $12. SO per share.
Auerbach, Pollak Richardson Tivoli Avenue 2,1 A 26
(Members New York Stock f'xchanRcl Panama
TK' c: -NOOTrt 2-0074

Apartments

FOR RENT: Luxuriously fur furnished
nished furnished apartments, decorated by
well known interior decorator.
Rental includes all utilities,
maid service, telephone and 24
hour watchman. Ask at "Arte y
Decoracion" Store in Edificio
Campo Alegre on Via Espana
across from Hotel El Panama
Hilton. Telephone 3-7425.
FOR RENT: Vacation qtrs. Co Co-coli
coli Co-coli 3 br. cottage from July 1 5
tc Sep. 1 Phone evenings Navy
3111
FOP RENT: Small furnished
apartment oi room. Clean and
independent. Beautiful location.
43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Two modern "Du "Duplex
plex "Duplex apartment, two bedrooms,
hot water, maid's room, garage,
one of the furnished to be
ocupied the 16th (uly. The other
immediately Ricardo Arias Street
1 Campo Alegre, near bus stop.
Tel. 2-2341 or 3-3379.
! FOR RENT: Comfortable fur furnished
nished furnished one bedroom apartment.
Phone 3-5024 Panama.
FOR RENT: Large one bedroom
aoartment with livingroom, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, dinette, three dry closets,
large front porch apartment
completely screened, located near
Orial Zone I La oya building I
IT IS FURNISHED. Rent $85.00
Phone Panama 2-0027 or 3 3-0763.
0763. 3-0763. FOR RENT: Furnished, one
bedroom modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 168 Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: Furnished apar apar-ment
ment apar-ment for 2 months. Tivoli Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No. 21-54, Apt. 2.
FOR RENT: Apartments facing
Panama-Hilton Hotel. Furnished,
clean, .cool, quiet, independent.
$75.00, $85.00, $100.00. Please
inquire Foto Halcon in first block
on street adjoining hotel's en entrance.
trance. entrance. Tel. 3-1 179 or 3-6082.
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre ex exceptional
ceptional exceptional nice furnished one
room apartment with hot water,
refrigerator, gas stove, telephone
all utilities. Call 3-1 789.
FOR RENT: Semi-furnished
compact modern two bedroom
apartment, hot water, garage,
maid room El Cangrejo. small
apartment building. Nice sur surrounding
rounding surrounding $110.00. "K" Street
No. 2 "Sarita ". Tel. 3-6269.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, livin-diningroom, kit kitchen
chen kitchen and service, house recent recently
ly recently built in front of the "Com "Commercial
mercial "Commercial Center ", furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished if desired. For infor information
mation information enquire downstairs plant
or call Tel. 2-2883 3-4734.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment on heights of El Cangrejo,
two bedrooms, living-diningroom,
service, balcony maid's room with
services, and garage, Alberto Na Navarro
varro Navarro Street No. 48 Tel. 2-2883
or 3-4734.
FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, across Ancon bus stop.
Phone 2-2081.
Satchel Paige
Growing Younger
Under Florida Sun
NEW YORK. July 1 (UPI) Uc.
roy I'aiKe, better known as Sat.
chel .during the greater part of
his 40 years in baseball, seems to
be growing younger under the
warm Florida sun.
Ageless Satch. who is believed
lo be between 50 and 60 ears of
age. made his second appearance
in as many days Mondaj night
to earn a 6 5. 10 inning victory lor
the Miam' Marlins at Rochester.
The irioniph. Paige's liit'i in
nine decisions, bonsleri the Mar ins
into sixth place in the Interna,
tionai League.
lr, other games last n I g I.
pitching coach Tom Lasorda To
ronto. 7-5 and Buffalo efeated
Hanana. 5 2.
1 a Sorria yielded only thrrr hits
in gaining his fifth straight ami
inth win of the campaign Mon Montreal,
treal, Montreal, which has now taken seven
of its last eight decisions leads
the league bp three and a half
games.
The standings and linesrores:
Teams
Montreal
Toronto
Rochester
Columbus
Rich mond
Miami
W L Pet. GB
4.r 28 olii
42 .'12 5fiS 2'
42 33 :8n 4
4(1 37 .519 7
3.r 41 4fil 11
37 44 .457 12

LEAVE YOUR An WITH ONE OF OUR
INTERNAL. Dfc PUBLICAC'IONtS Nu.

BAKUO No. 26 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. & J SI. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoli No. 4 e) FARMAC1A ESTADOS UNIDOS 148 Central Ave.
t ARM U 1 A LUX-164 Central Avenue e HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fen. de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. FAR FAR-MAC'IA
MAC'IA FAR-MAC'IA VAN DERJIS 56 Street No. 53 e FAKMACIA EL BATURRO Perque Lefevre 7 Street FARMACIA "SAS" Vie Porras 111 MOVED ADES A THIS
Beside the Bella Vista Theatre.

Resorts
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
on beach. Phone Thompson,
Balboa 1772.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach, Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottaqes and Large
Beach House. One mile past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Houses
FOR RENT: Three months,
beautiful 3-bedroom residence
in El Cangrejo completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. For information call 3 3-1167
1167 3-1167 or Cuba Avenue No. 29 29-08.
08. 29-08. FOR RENT: 3 bedrooms resi residence,
dence, residence, two bathrooms, livin-din-ingrooms,
maid's quarters, gar garage.
age. garage. Tel. 3-0897.
FOR RENT: Chalet three bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 baths, living-dining-room,
kitchen, garage, fenced
yard. Telephone 3-0771 good
neighborhood.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
two bedroom, etc. 61 Street,
Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-2795.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Commercial locale
in Justo Arosemena Ave, No.
37-11. Opposite Cristo Rey
Church. Tel. 2-2341.
Hold: HOLLAND HOUSE
i miiis. from the heart of
San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences In
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private" bath. Hot and cold water.
Price: $6 and S8 daily,
with meals.
Cosmopolitan kitchen
Horse riding.
For reservations P. O.
Box 4459
Manager: Bill and Klenor Jaspers
Miami Excursion
July 3 to July 7
Price $135.00
Fidanque Travel Service
International jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RID0C
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
NEW!
SPEEDUTE 40
ONLY $24.00
BANTAMWEIGHT
ONLY 2.3 Lbs.
Wo
Ll.ltllll M.
Panama
Colon
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Havana 34 41
liuffa o 29 48
Yasterday's Results
Columbus 000 000 0000 3 0
Montreal 200 100 OOx-3 10 1
Kcllv and Onuska; I.asorda and
Teed.
Havana 000 (111 0002 4 1
Buflalo 300 002 OOx 5 9 0
Santiago, Mnntcjo (5), Cuellar
(7) and Izquierdo; Brunei and
Hollon. LP Santiago. HR Kas.
ler.
Richmond 100 013 0207 110
Toronto 020 100 2005 9 2
Bronsland and Oldis; Scantlebu.
ry and Thompson. IllfS tioliat,
Boyer, D. Johnson
(10 Innings)
Miami 02(1 210 000 1 6 8 2
Rochester 000 020 003.05 11 1
Conley, Anderson (6). McCall
(9), Paige (9) and Hucha, Blay.
lock, Kuava (5), (i reason (ii)
and Katt. (' Pavie. P Greason.
HRS Hamrir, Ksscgian.

AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AJ 13 37 "H" STREET, PANAMA LIBRERIA
'i Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOUROES PHARMACY

Miscellaneous
YMCA SKIN DIVERS. We have
your choice of equipment.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES CORP.
"J" St. 13A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
B E G I NNERS SPEARFISHING
OUTFIT Quality Italian JunyLux
Gun, Fins and Mask $18.50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, CORP.
"J" St. 13A-30 Tel. 2-1.905.
NCR accounting-billing machine
with sfand, almost new $950.
Including service contract; ad adding
ding adding machine Burroughs 10 key
electric 18 months old $200.
Call 2-1891. 2-1895 weekdays,
3-5954 Sundays and evenings,
FOR SALE; Pentron tape re recorder.
corder. recorder. Excellent condition about
8 months old. Sells in States for
$250, will sell for $175. Call
Curundu 7184.
Russian Borders
Opened To Traffic;
Tourists Expected
HELSINKI. Julv 1 (UPI) -Russia
opens its border to auto
traffic todav and the first wave
of tourists will swarm into the
land of the hammer and sickle.
When the Soviet border offi officially
cially officially opens, at least three buses
will head for Leningrad. Aboard
the buses are passengers who
have paid 15,200 Mark? (47.50
dollars i for a four-dav tour.
There will be least two private
cars on the same route.

US Supreme Court Refuses To Upset
Little Rock Integration Suspension

WASHINGTON (UPI) The. Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court refused yesterday to
upsel a federal judge's suspension
of school integration in Little Rock
Ark.
Winding up its work for the year
the court said in a brief unsigned
order that it had no doubt the
Kighlh Circuit Courl of Appeals in
St. Louis would act on the issue
"in ample time to permit ar arrangements"
rangements" arrangements" for the next school
year.
The high court said it was con confident
fident confident that the appeals court
would recognize the "vital im importance
portance importance of the time element in
this litigation."
Attorneys for Negro pupils had
asked the court to by-pass t e
appeals court and hand down an
immediate ruling on the order of
Federal Judge Harry J. Lemley.
The judge has suspended until
1961 further integration at Little
Rock's Central High School.
The school was 1he scene of
racial viplcnce last September,!
when a group of Negro pupihj
sought admission. The riots
prompted President Eisenhower
to send in federal troons to en enforce
force enforce a previous court integration
order.
Many Imoortant D"';ion
The Little Ruck order tuinaxeri
a long series of impor'ant deci decisions
sions decisions on the court's final opinion
day before its summer r"cess. In
other major opinions the court:
Set aside a $100,000 contempt
of court fine imposed on the Na National
tional National 8Association for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored People in
Alabama for refusing to produce
its membership list to a state
cour.. It said that such lists are
immune from slate scrutiny. But
it told the NAACP lo appeal o
state courts first from an order
barring Ihe organization from op operating
erating operating in the statt.
Ruled imani mouslv that Pres
ident Eisenhower exceeded his au au-thori'v
thori'v au-thori'v in 1 0.n when he fired a,
holdover member of the now-de-f"nct
W?r Claims Commission,!
Myron Wiener, so lha he could
appoint someone else It held II at

American Cars, Driving Skill
Overwhelm Fangio, Europeans

0
MONZA, Italy tl'l'l I Tin com I
bi na t ion of Ameriem cms and
driving skill proved loo well lor
world champion .Kan Manuel j
Fangio of Argenlin:' ,md a host
of Kuropean speed demons in this,
year's aOO mile Mo:, i classic
Paced hy record smashing .li,n
Ralhmann of Miami, Kla.. who'
finished fifth in Ihe Indianapolis
500 on Memorial Hay. Americans
grabbed four of Ihe first five po positions
sitions positions Sunday in the long-waitpd
showdown with Europe's and'
Sou I h America's top drivers.
Ralhmann, driving a John Zink!
Leader Card Special, covered 'he
189 laps in two hours, 59 minutes'
and 37.3 seconds a an average
speed of 166.705 miles per hour'.
His lime e sily beat (he former!
record of 180.168 set bv Jimmy l
Bryan of Phoenix, Ariz., the In Indianapolis
dianapolis Indianapolis winner a month ago,
in last year's Monza race.

Home Articles

FOR SALE: 1 Chinese rug, 1
double bed spring and mattress,
1 high chair, 1 table. Phone 2 2-2434,
2434, 2-2434, 15 76-B Gavilan Road.
Call after 4 p.m. Monday to Fri-
FOR SALE: Bedroom set,
double bed, with coil spring and
beauty rest mattress, dresser and
bench, chest of drawers $150.
Apply, Cangrejo Street in front
of apartment building Las Tres
Hermanas from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Rattan dinigroom table, four
chairs $85.00. Call 2-1891, 2 2-1895
1895 2-1895 weekdays. 3-5954 Sun Sundays
days Sundays and evenings.
FOR SALE: 1 dresser I steel)
$10.00, twin dressers, steel
$25.00, dining table (maple) 4
chairs $60.00. mahogany coffee
table, mirror top $12.50, desk
lamp $5.00. 12 pc. set dishes
$15.00. tables patio) $1.00
each, mirror (small) $1.00 each,
Electrolux Vacuum cleaner &
attachments, $50.00, T.V. an antenna,
tenna, antenna, wire, pole $25.00. After
5:30 p.m. 1536 Mango St. Tel.
2-3687.
FOR SALE: Venetian blinds 3 3-47"
47" 3-47" and 1-48" 2-35" plus cor cornices
nices cornices and two pairs drapes $25.
Tel. Cristobal 3-2395.
FOR SALE: 9 cu. ft. Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house refrigerator, new unit.
759-C Barnebey, St. Balboa 2-
4413.
FOR SALE: Miscellaneous fur furniture,
niture, furniture, good condition. Tel. 3 3-4676.
4676. 3-4676. neither the constitution nor any
law gave the President this aii aii-ihority.
ihority. aii-ihority. Ruled, 5 to 4, that a New York
.subwrV fonductor, Max Lerner,
anpKa Philadelphia school teacher,
Herman IA. Beilan, were properly
fired from the jobs after they re refused
fused refused to say whether they were
communists.
Struck down, 7 "lo 1, a Cali California
fornia California law requiring applicants
for a property tax exemption to
take a loyalty oath. The require requirement
ment requirement was challenged by several
California churches and veterans.
The court agreed thai the law
violated the constitution's "due
process" requirement.
Must Return To Jail
Refused for the third time to
examine the income tax evasion
conviction of New York gambler
Frank Costello. Its action meant
that Costello, now free on $25.0f,0
bond, must serve the remainder
of his five-year sentence. He has
served less than a year.
Left standing a Pennsylvania
state court decision denying ad admission
mission admission to Negroes at Girard Co)
lege in Philadelphia in accordance
with the will of its founder, Ste Stephen
phen Stephen Girard. The will resirictcd
the school to "poor, white, male
orphans."
The Little Rock school ease was
brou"ht before the high court by
the National Association for the
Advancement of Colored Peor'e.
The NAACP acAed on behalf of a
groun of Ne"ro pupils who attend attended
ed attended Central High School last year
under protection of the troops.
The NAACP attorneys argued
lh.-t Ihe issue raised bv Lemley's
order was so important and f.nv f.nv-reachiiin
reachiiin f.nv-reachiiin that it required immen: immen:-ate
ate immen:-ate action by the Supreme Court,
Thev demanded that the iudge's
ruling be set aside promptly.
In rejecting the demands, the
high court noted that the attor attorneys
neys attorneys for the Ne!ro nupils already
had appealed Lemley's suspension
rin( j. i0n lo the appeals court in
St. Louis.
Bryan, who made a determined
hid in the inal o." the three heats
in his Belend A. P. Muffler Sne
cial, wound up second to Ra h h-mann
mann h-mann in 3:01.00, while the tei"i
of Italy's Luigi Musso' Phil I J i I
of Pasadena, Calif., and Mike
Hawthorn of Britain finished tlvrd
in a Ferrari.
Ray Crawford of Pasadena,
Calif., finished fourth) in a Megui
ar' Mirror Glaze Special (3:01.
26.41 and Jimmy Reece ol Indian
apolis was fifth in a Hoyt Ma
chine Special (3:01.50.2).
Ralhmann won all three heats,
'Ihe first at an average of 167.315
miles per hour, the second in
165.240 and the third In 167.412.
But Rryan clocked the fastest lap
around the 2.64-mile circuit in
4.4 seconds at an average of
5174.768 nt.p.h.

PRECIADO 7 Street No. 13 AGENCIAS
182 L Carrasouilla a FARMAC1A LOM-

Boats & Motors

FOR SALE: 15' Rough-water
boat and trailer 18 h p. John Johnson.
son. Johnson. Diablo 5850 2-1588.

Real Estate
FOR SALE: Beautiful corner lot
1600 square maters, Urbanixa Urbanixa-cion
cion Urbanixa-cion Obarrio, between 50th street
and Santuario. For information
call 3-6233 or 3-4568.
FOR SALE: At Cativa, Colon.
"Rancho Luna" (arm, 1 N hec hectares
tares hectares (175 acres1, electric plant,
artesian well, fruit trees and ve vegetable
getable vegetable garden plus usable road
all year round. For information,
contact Rancho Luna farm, Ca Cativa,
tiva, Cativa, Colon, R. P.
Crowds Demonstrate
Against Vietnam
Raids In Cambodia
PNOM PENH, Cambodia, Julv
1 (UPI) Crowds demonstrat demonstrated
ed demonstrated in front of the royal pal palace
ace palace here this morning ajrainst
neighboring South Vietnam's
alleged armed "infiltration'' in-
1 to Cambodian territory.
The demonstrators carried
large banners and placards
pledging loyalty to Cambodia's
King Norodom Suramarit and
calling upon the monarch to
preserve the country's 'peace
and neutrality."
A representa t i v e of the
throne, addressing the people,
declared that Vietnam "has
been provoking Cambodia for a
long t;-ne by border incidents
but recently has resorted to the
use of troops in a flagrant vio violation
lation violation of Cambodian territory.''
The official declared that
Prince Sihanouk would agree to
return to office as premier if
there were "unanimous popular
demand" for him.
Possible Third Ship
Involved In Crash
Of Andrea Doria
WASHINGTON (UPI) A nav naval
al naval expert aaid Monday that the
sinking of the Italian luxury liner
Andrea Doria in 1956 may have
been caused by an unidentified
third ship.
The giant liner went down after
colliding with he Swedish ship
Stockholm 180 miles east of New
York, near Nantucket Island.
John C. Carrothers, a naval en engineer
gineer engineer of many years experience,
said evidence indicates the disas disaster
ter disaster occurred because the Stock Stockholm
holm Stockholm was misled by the lights of
a third unknown ship in the im.
mediate area.
Carrothers outlined his theory
in a copyrighted article in the
current issue of the magazine
"U.S. Naval Institute Proceed Proceedings,"
ings," Proceedings," a technical journal. He
reached his "third ship" conclu conclusion
sion conclusion after studying the complete
transcript of the official inquiry
on the sea disaster.
The author said the testimony
of key officers and crew mem members
bers members was "a maze of contradic contradiction,
tion, contradiction, con usion and accusations."
But out of that maze. Carroth Carrothers
ers Carrothers deducted, (wo facts stood out:
Third Officer Ernest Car-stens-Johannsen,
in charge of the
Stockholm's bridge at the time of
the collision, insisted that the ra radar
dar radar and visual sightings were left
to le.t meaning that the Stock Stockholm
holm Stockholm was approaching on tiie An Andrea
drea Andrea Doria's left.
2. Andrea Doria Capt. Piero
Calamai swore that the radar and
visual sightings were right 'o
right meaning that the Andrea
Doria was approaching on the
Stockholm's right.
Both witnesses claimed the
other ship could have avoided the
collision if she had maintained
course and speed. Responsibility
for the crash hinged on which
witness was right; both insisted
they had followed the traffic rules
of the sea and turned properly
tn avoid colliding, but it was ob obvious
vious obvious they both could not be right.
"Barring perjury," Carrothers
said, "there is only one possible
conclusion the original lights
sighted bv the Stockholm were
NOT those of the Andrea Doria."
Carrothers said every effort
should be made to identi'y the
mystery ship.
"Far more important," he add.
ed. "is why did this ship no re.
oond to the distress calls. Sne
could not have been more than
five Or six miles away when the
Stockholm flashed her distress
agnai . ana me Annrea iona
broadcast hers."
REPUBLIC CONTRACTS
FARMINGDALE, N Y. (UPI)
Repub ic Aviation Corp. xesteT xesteT-day
day xesteT-day reported it has placed con.
tracts totaling more than $6,284, $6,284,-000
000 $6,284,-000 with 604 Lond Island businesi
tirms in the past five months,
chiefly for parts and assemblies
for the new USAF fighter-bomb,
ci, the Ei o.i.

Miscellaneous

1 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," OIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
WANTED: House to rent with
four bedrooms (three acceptable)
August first, in Golf Heights, El
Cangrejo, Bella Vista or Camp
Alegre. Call 2-1956 8 to 4:30
p.m.
WANTED: 3 or 4 bedrooms
chalet from August or Septem September.
ber. September. Tel. 3-4707.
WANTED TO BUY: Quarter Quartermaster
master Quartermaster type rocking chairs,
simple, sturdy. Call Panama 3 3-6044.
6044. 3-6044. Likes Popcorn More
Than His Liberty;
Forgot His Cloves
CHICAGO (UPI) Police ar.
rested Edward Murphy, 71, be because
cause because he failed to wear his box boxing
ing boxing gloves to the baseball game
at Comiskey Park yesterday.
Murphy is a rabid baseball fan
but he also is a skil'iul pickpock pickpocket.
et. pickpocket. Sometime ago he made a deal
with police that he would wear
boxing gloves if allowed to attend;
ball games.
Caught barehanded pesterday
Murphy explained: "When I wear
boxing gloves I can't eat popcorn.
I like to eat popcorn at basebail
games."

Supreme Court Sets Aside
Fine Imposed On NAACP

WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court Monday set aside the
$100,000 contempt ot court tine im imposed
posed imposed on the National Assn. for
the Advancement of Colored Peo.
pie in Alabama, for refusing Jo
produce its membership list.
In a unanimous decision written
by Justice John M. Harlan, the
court also held that the state must
hold further hearings before it
can prevent the anti-segregation
organization from operating with within
in within the state.
But the court carefully refrained
from granting the NAACP's plea
that it strike down as unconstitu unconstitutional
tional unconstitutional the temporary restraining
order issued by a state court
judge preventing the NAACP from
soliciting support in Alabama.
Harlan noted that the Alabama
Supreme Court ruled only on the
contempt conv'ction in considering
the case. He .old the NAACP to
appeal the restraining order to
the state courts before bringing
the issue to the high court.
But on the question of the mem mem-bership
bership mem-bership list, he had this to say:
"We hold that the immunity
from state scrutiny of member,
ship lists which the association
claims on behalf of its members
is here so related to the right of
the members to pursue their law.
ful "private interest privately and
to associate freely with others in
so doing as to come within the
protection of the 14th Amend Amendment."
ment." Amendment." The case was started by State
Attorney General John Patterson
in Montgomery County Court. He
sought the NAACP's ouster from
the state on grounds it was con conducting
ducting conducting extensive business opeia.
tions within Alabama without reg registering
istering registering under the law regulating
corporations.
His complaint charged the or organization
ganization organization with supporting the
famous Negro bus boycott in
Kremlin-Prepared
Speech By Comulka
Denounces Titoism
MOSCOW (UP)-The Commu Communist
nist Communist Party newspaper Pravada
yesterday published the full text of
Polish party leadef Wiadyslaw
Gomulka's speech of Saturday de denouncing
nouncing denouncing Yugoslavia and attack,
ing the West for its stand on the
execution o" Hungarian rebel
leader mre Nagy.
Although Gomulka's language
was not as violent in criticizing
Tito's Yugoslavia as that of Red
Chinese leaders and other Com Communists,
munists, Communists, it appeared here that he
was fully committed lo the cur.
rent campaign designed to bring
Yugoslavia back into the fold.

PANAMA CREDIT CORPORATION
DIVIDEND NOTICE
A quarterly dividend of 20c per share has been declared
by the Board of Directors of the Panama Credit Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation payable July 31, 1958 to stockholders of record at
the close of business July 15th, 1958.

C. TIFFANY

SERVICES

3 -minute car wash $1. steam j
cleaning of motor $5. waxing of
ait $6. Aulo-Bano Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears
TELEVISION SERVICE
..Quality parts
. Prompt service
. Fair prices
. Honor parti waranty
. Boston-Miami Technicians .
30 years in electronics
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2-3142.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment en
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You get service the same day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technician!.
cian!. technician!. Crawford Agendas. Phona
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
Lesson
Accordeon professor, graduated
in Germany will give particular
classes to pupils at theirs homes,
in English, German and Spanish.
Call 2-3193 in office hours or
write to Box No. 19, Panama.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: General housekeep housekeeper
er housekeeper and cook, must be neat. 6260.
Los Rios.
Montgomery and with paying
Autherine Lucy, a Negro, to seek
admission to the University of
Alabama.
Circuit Judge Walter B. Jot.es
issued the temporary order bar.
ring further NAACP activities in
the state. He held no hearing.
When the case came up for
trial, the NAACP refused to pro produce
duce produce its membership list in court
on grounds the disclosure would
subject its members to "economic
and physical reprisals,,"
Jones thereupon imposed th
contempt fine and further action
in the case was blocked. The
NAACP has not operated in Ala Alabama
bama Alabama since June of 1956. It had
been there since 1918.
Excise. Corp. Tax
Reductions Barred
As Bili Is Signed
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presl Presl-dent
dent Presl-dent Eisenhower, facing a mid.
night deadline, signed into law on
yesterday, a one-year extension ot
all federal corporation and excise
taxes except those on freight
transportation.
Ended along with the 3 per cent
freight tax were levies of 4 cents
a ton on transportation of coal
and 4'4 per cent on pipeline ship shipments
ments shipments of oil and gas.
Repeal o these taxes, effective
Aug. 1, will cost the Treasury an
estimated 485 mil'ion dollars a
year. It was the only departure
from an agreement between ad administration
ministration administration and congressional
leaders to hold the line on taxes
for now at least. i
The President had to accept the
repealer. If he had vetoed the
k, H ,..!,, ,.u .1... I n
win wiiilii ticmru ivUUgiesg Ull
Friday other tax rates in effect
since the Korean war would have
been reduced automatically at
midnight. This would have cost
the Treasury aboot $2,600,000,000!
a year. (
the Senate had voted to kill the,
10 per cent tax On passenger
transportation along with t h e
freight levy. The House, which;
had voted originally against any
changes in the tax structure com.
promised by accepting only the
freipht tax repeal. j
Without the extension, the nVax-'
imum tax rate on corporations1
...... ,11 hAA EO iV
,T 1 1 MI''M, 111,111 OCl H
per cent. i
Other reductions barred by the
legislation were cuts from $10.50
to $9 per gallon on distilled
spirits; 8 to 7 cents a VUCR on
cigarettes; $9t o $8 a barrel on
beer: 10 per cent to 7 per cefct
on the manufacturer's pricfe of au
tomobiles, and 8 per cent to 5
per ceni on prices oi auto pans
and accessories.
HIChABDSON. Treasure



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LITTLE

uimT nF THF 17 FMPLOYES who retired from Canal service during June, received their retirement certificates from Gov. W.
r Potter dur"e a special ceremony held at Balboa Heights. Shown here are, from left to right: Lamber A. Mantovani, supervisory
E. Potter an8 niters' Charles C Shumate, marine machinist, Industrial Division; Anthony J. Catanzaro, marine machinist
!tr.n &7wDM 8 Smith steam locomotive crane operator, Industrial Division; Mrs. Mildred C. Smith,
SSWPlSlSSi "wIsTon; Potter; Judge E. I. P. Tate.man Magistrate of the Cristobal Court; t hief William E. Jones,
fire captain, Fire Division, and George A. Thibodeau, auditor, Internal Audit Saff.
.

17 PC Employes Retire With

Seventeen employes with Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal service totaling 385 years
were retired during the month ol
June.
Eight ol the 17 employes wore
presented with their retirement
certiiicates personally by Canal j
Zone Gov. W. E. Hotter during a
ceremony held in the governor s
office at Balboa Heights.
The complete list ol those ret
ing, their positions and length of
Canal service follows:
Wilson M. Carnathan. chief of
buildings and equipment section.
Commissary Branch. 12 years,
eight months and 23 days
Anthony J. Catanzaro. Marine
machinist foreman. Industrial Di Division;
vision; Division; nine years, two months and
12 days. j
Miss Ruth E. Creasy, principal.
Cocoli and Fort Kohbe Elementa Elementary
ry Elementary Schools; 30 years, six months.
Mrs. Muriel 11 DeYoung, ac accounting
counting accounting clerk, Agents Accounts i
Branch; 17 years and 28 days.
George A. Halloran. Dumping
plant operator. Mount Hope Pump,
ing Plant; 29 years, 10 months and
12 days.
Max R. Hart, salety Inspector.
Locks Division; 30 years and 24
days.
William E. Jones, fire captain.
Fire Division; 29 years, one pioiiMi
and 15 days.
Francis J. Krause, General KHv KHv-trical
trical KHv-trical foreman. Locks Division, 32
years and 23 days
Lambert' A. Mantovani super supervisory
visory supervisory steward, Service Centers;
18 years, seven months and lour
days.
John W. Prim, Jr.. locks securi security
ty security guard, Atlantic Locks; ine
years and eight months.
Charles C. Shumate, marine ma.
chinist. Industrial Diviswn; 15
years, five months and 17 days.
David S. Smith, steam locomo locomotive
tive locomotive cranp operator. Industrial Di Division;
vision; Division; 31 years. 1(1 months arc
four days.
Mrs. Mildred ('. Smith. clerK.
stenographer. Industrial Division;
nine eyars and three days.
Miss' Mabel A Sneider. head o.
perating room nurse. Gorgas Hos Hos-pitah
pitah Hos-pitah 30 years and two d'lys.
Judge Edward I P. Tatelman.
magistrate of the Cristobal Court:
31 years, four months and lvo
days.
George A Thihoeau, auditor,
internal audit staff; 20 year?, one
month and 12 days
John H. Ward, general electric electrical
al electrical foreman. Locks Division; 35
years, three months and It oays.
Carnathan was born in Birm Birmingham,
ingham, Birmingham, Ala., nd cam to ttm
Isthmus in 1940 at an employ
of the J. A. Jonas Construction
i I. L.

I'anama

Co. Ha joined tha Canal organi.
zation in 194S as a welder in tha
former Building Division nd
was transferred to the Club Clubhouse
house Clubhouse Division in 1948. He was
promoted to assistant supervisor
of building and quipmant in
1948 and since 1955 has been lead
foreman of buildings and equip equipment
ment equipment in the Service Center Di
vision.
Alter his retirement, he and
Mrs. Carnathan will make their
home in Birmingham.
A native of McKeesport. Pa.,
Catanzaro served in the L'.S. Ar Army
my Army during the iirst World War. He
was employed as a machinist in
the Balboa Shops in 1943, left the
service the fol'owing year and was
reemployed in 1950 as a machinist

r . . 7 T'l
i Industrial Division He was
m irio .. rrmfnr hunt m ainl nnrn
munhunie in that unit in invi and
far th nast w mnnthc hac hn
a Marine Machinist Foreman
He plans to remain on the Isth- j
mus after his retirement
Born in Lafavette. Ind., Miss!
Creasy came to the Canal Zone in
1925 as a teacher in the Gatun ele elementary
mentary elementary school. After a short
break in her service, she was re reemployed
employed reemployed in 1930 as a sixth grade
teacher in Balboa. She was pro promoted
moted promoted to principal of the Pedro
Miguel school in 1934 and trans transferred
ferred transferred to the Diablo Heights school
as principal in 1940 Since 1955,
Miss Creasv has been principal of
both the Fort Kohbe and Cocoli
elementary schools.
She has already left the Isth.
mus for Fremont, Ind. and plans
to make her home during the win.
or in Orlando. Fla.
Mrs. De Young was born in Pa.
nama City and attended Balboa
High School. She was emp'oved
by the Canal in 1941 as a clerk,
tvpist in the former Seo.ion of
Surveys and later as a junior clerk
stenographer in the Office Esi.
neerinv; transferred to the arcnint.
ing denartment where she has re remained
mained remained up lo her retirement.
After her retirement, sne will
continue to live in the Canal Zone
where her husband J. C De Youn?
h employed in the Industrial Di Division.
vision. Division. Although he was born in Brook Brook-Ijne.
Ijne. Brook-Ijne. Mass Ha'loran came to the
Isthmus with his 'amily when he
was a child and attended th" Can Canal
al Canal 'Zone schools. His first job with
the Canal organi7ation was a sum summer
mer summer nosition in the Ancon Sanita.
ry Division in 1926. He was em employed
ployed employed in 1929 as assistant sanita.
ry inspector in Ancon and the fol following
lowing following vear was student recorder
in the Section of Surveys. He later
worked on the upper Madden Lake

4td of
7M4
DRESSES
and BAGS
at

Marliirn Jr.

1

(olou

Service Totaling 385 Years

tower construction; was an observ observer
er observer at Madden Uam; a meteorolo meteorologist
gist meteorologist in 1939 and an engineering
aide. He was transierrect to the
Building Division as senior fore foreman
man foreman in 1942 and since 1953 has
been a pumping plant operator in
the water and laboratories Branch
at Mount Hope.
He and his wife expect to make
thejr home in Miami, Fla.
A native of Sherman, N.Y. Hart,
joined the Canal organization in
1920 and worked for two years in
various clerical positions with the
Panama Railroad. After an eight,
year break in his service, tie re returned
turned returned as foreman in the Com mis.
sary Division but soon was trans
ferred to the Supply Division and
I-. .U- ;.. C,

! c aL-unuun uivioiuu. jnn.c:fu'csBij inouagci. wao rm.

me OKI tTOperiV SCCUOn Was BDO.
lished in 1950, he has been safety
! inspector for the Motor Transpor-
I tation Division and later the Na-
vigation Division,
.. .
. Mr- nd M- art are leaving
j ,ms ,we.eK ? lne ?Dama ljl"e 10,r
me unueu oiaies oui are unueciu.
ed as ot where they wll make their
permanent home.
Krause was born in Tilsit, Ger Germany,
many, Germany, and is a naturalized United
Slates citizen. He served with the
U. S. Army during the lirst World
War and was employed by the
Canal in 1923 as a towing locomo.
five operator at Pedro Miguel
Locks. After a three-year break in
service, he was reemployed as a
locomotive operator on the Pacific
Locks; became a tunnel operator
in 1938; and a junior control house
i operator at Mtraflores Lock; in
1939. Since 1954. Krause has been
electrical supervisor in the Locks
Division.
He and Mrs. Krause left the
Isthmus early in June and will
make their permanent home in
Florida.
Born in Ferrara, .Italy, Man.
tovani also is a naturalized U
nited States citizen and e ved
with the U. S. Army during the
first World War. He studied mu music
sic music in Italy and Harvard Univer.
LUX
LAST DAY
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2nd WEEK
LAST DAY!
THIS MOVIE WILL NOT
BE SHOWN IN ANY
OTHER THEATRE
THIS YEAR!
MARLON BRANDO
AND AN EXQUISITE NEW
JAPANESE STAR IN
"SAYONARA
Winner of Four Academy
Award Oscars!
Filmed In Technlrama and
Technicolor!
Printed by Warner Bros.

sity and was connected with the

Boston Symphony Orchestra be
fore coming to Panama in 1925
to manage the Hotel Colombia.
He joined the Canal organisation
in 1939 as a steward in the form former
er former Clubhouse Division. He was
promoted to head steward in
1942 and for the past yeir has
been supervisory steward in the
Balboa Service Center.
Mantovani will remaon on the
Isthmus after his retirement.
Mr. Prim was born in Geneva.
Ala. and was employed in 1941 as
a commissary assistant in the
former Commissary Division. Af.
1 ter a three-year break in his serv.
j ice he was reemployed as a com-
micaqpv rvi on art a. U
eu uy uie fti my sales Siore irom
1953 until 1957 when he was reem
ployed by the Canal as a locks
security guard at Gatun Locks.
He and Mrs. Prim have alrea already
dy already left the Isthmus and will live
in the United States.
LUX TOMORROW
Elvbs
Presley
AT HIS
CREATEST
Singing!
Fighting!
Dancing!
Romancing!
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HILARIOUS I NEWI

The guy who takes stairs two
ot o time often winds up taking
pills the same way. e

Turkish-Cypriofs
With Greek Wives
Warned By Mans
NICOSIA. JulvJ (UPI The
Turkish underground movement
"Volkan" todav warned Turk-lsh-Cyuriots
with Greek-Cvpriol
wives to divorce them or die.
The command to divorre the
Greek wives came in letters
Volkan distributed to the Turk Turkish
ish Turkish husbands.
The letter said the punish punishment
ment punishment for disobeying the com command
mand command would be r'eath. It a'so
warned the recipients to de destroy
stroy destroy the letters after reading
them.

in the rebel hotbed of Oriecte
Some of the threatened hus- provin,e giving rise to belief
bands were DreDarlmr to senffrthat th all mi nt be neld at lhe.
their wives und children away m -"mn

from the strife-torn island.
Other were olnnnln; to send;
em bar tn their Greek-Cv- j
lot, relatives to nrn-l sep-;
th
print,
arfion until the strife ends.
At least one memher of the
Cyprus nollce was
husbands who received,
threatening: letters.
fV,o
the
WW II Shi SnM
11 i
NEW YORK (UP11 The air.
craft carrier Enterprise nick nicknamed
named nicknamed the "Ga'topiniT Ghost nf
the Oahu Coast" during World
War II. was sol'' to a scrap deal dealer
er dealer Monday for $561 333.. The ship
cost 19 mil'ion dollars to build.
The carrier won 20 of a ooss'ble.
22 battle stars in Pacific fighting.
A campaign by former crewmen
to preserve the ship as a national
monument failed.
THURSDAY
JULY 3

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Fidel Castro's Rebels
Capture More Americans
HAVANA, July 1 (UP) Cuban rebels kidnaped four and perhaps seven
more Americans today, sending a waVe of Apprehension through tne nearly 100 Arner Arner-ican
ican Arner-ican families in eastern Cuba.
The new kionapings brought to 48 or 51 the number of Americans and Cana Canadians
dians Canadians seized in bold night time raids by rebel leader Fidel Castro's men n eastern
Oriente province.
Castro's rebels already were known to be holding 42 Americans and thre Cana Canadians.
dians. Canadians. Hopes for the prisoners' immediate release were dim.
A band of eight rebels swooped down on the United Fruit Co. sugar and agricul agriculture
ture agriculture school at Guaro, about midnight.

They seized A. F. Smith of New
Hampshire, the agriculture super super-in
in super-in endent; J. P. Stevens of Okla Oklahoma,
homa, Oklahoma, the assistant superintend superintendent;
ent; superintendent; and two district superintend superintendents,
ents, superintendents, A. F. Sparks of Indiana and
J. G. Ford of South Carolina.
An official at the installation
said the rebels also cut telephone
poles in the area.
The other three kidnapings cculd
not be confirmed immediately.
Most of tha rebels' victims
were seized in retaliation for the
alleged refueling of Cuban gov government
ernment government warplanes at the U.S.
Navy's Guantanamo base.
All 48 captives were seized in
an area measuring 10 by 50 miles
A spokesman tor hreepon sui-
phur said jn New York that the
g, Departmen had advised the
.mnnv th, park F Wollam
companv that Park F. Wollam,
U.S. eo"siil in Santiago, had seen
some of the prisoners in a rebel
I camp.
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THURSDAY
JULY 3
JOSE FERRER
ANTON WALBROOK
VIVECA LINDFORS LEO GENN
EMLYN WILLIAMS DAVID FARRAP
DONALD WOLFIT HERBERT LOM
In CmemaScope
TOMORROW

Wollam was quoted as saying
that the prisoners he saw were
"in good shape."
An embassy spokesman here
would tay only that Wollman
was in touch with rebel "higher
headquarters" presumably
meaning FidehdCastro.
A rebel broadfast Monday said
the engineers seized at Moa Bay
"certainly will not be harmed ...
we believe the Yankees will be
released soon."

Cuban officials have ordered a
halt to ground and air patrolling
along a 50 mile line passing
through the eastern 'end of Orien Oriente,
te, Oriente, apparently fearing that the
hostages might be injured in pa patrol
trol patrol fighting.
The rebel radio expressed "sur "surprise"
prise" "surprise" at the order suspending pa pa-;
; pa-; trol ac ivity.
"It's too bad these army offic officers
ers officers were not concerned about
killing so many Cuban farmers
while shooting at our forces,"
i tS a-"ouncer said.
The U. S. embassy announced
I Sunday that the rebels had been
assured thai the Guantanamo base
has been and would nof be us--ed
to servic rt'V-n -1?.
Ambassador Earl E. T. Smith
denied. ho""ver that thnre had
been any "deal" made with the
re'-"!'; for the release of the Am Americans.
ericans. Americans. The situa ion at Guantanamo
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wavy outside the regular base a
being used by the Cuban army
It is being used chief 'y for the
evacuation of soldiers wounded in
clashes wLh the rebels.
Weather Or Not
This weather rennrt fnr th 9A
hours ending 8 a.m. today, ts
prenared by the Meteorological
oui, iiviinitiiauiiii: oi.mun oi inn
ranama uanai i nmnany:
Balboa Cristobal
TFMPF.RATURE:

Hijrh 88 86
tow 77 79
HTTiWDITY:
Hiirh 100 90
Low 74 86
WIND:
(max. mph) S-7 NW-1S
RAIN (inches) .33 .05
WATER TEWP:
(inner harbors) 84 85

WEDNESDAY, JULY 2
Hirh Low
:W a.m. If:", a.m.
4:40 p.m. 10:55 p.m.
PRICES: VJm. .50
1:35 4:05 6:30; $M p.m.

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