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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, JULY 3, 18
5 Jail sentences or inree siuaems wno aeivmg umo m oaiuua jaii wr cum'
muted today by Canal Zone Gov. W. E. Potter.
The students Cuillermo Ortega, 20; Dionisio Duarte, 22, and Oscar Floras,
17 Were released from Balboa jail shortly after noon today after serving 35 days
of 60-day sentences.
"r Flores, who was only given two 30-day sentences on May 26 in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court, was released immediately. Bu t $25 fines which had been imposed on
Ortega and Duarte in addition to their sentences had to be paid by a representative of
Ijjya Students Federation before they were released.
Th U.S. Embassy promised
in early reply today to com complaints
plaints complaints by some ?5a
ftuek operators concerning ca ca-naf
naf ca-naf Zone restrictions on weights
aha sices of vehicles.
-The truckers complain
"systematic persecution' by
Sal Zone Police to orc orc-insr
insr orc-insr regulations on the wat wat-ffccoriidor
ffccoriidor wat-ffccoriidor through the Zone
Aar Julian F. Harrmgwii. u u-J
J u-J a U S Embassy spokesman
& toe matter was being given
CSitlnued study by canai e,m
?aeS&. the trOeker.
i S trike H tnete proWems
'anTiolved by Saturd-y.
i r.ana.1 Zone OTOinai
somt of the drivers
Sen tocourt. The police pro
iSuw is cmcs ot gross
truck crossing Miranores
tn excess of fn w,uw
fed4d: "The police are
lAninir nothing more than en en-KingSations
KingSations en-KingSations and thereby
KtlngUie truck drivers and
Ihelr vehicles,' and the safety
of the Canal Zone
"'"There is no question of poor
like truck drivers being per per-Kted!,
Kted!, per-Kted!, Along this 'corridor'
iff. Sal Zone recognizes Pan Pan-HEi
HEi Pan-HEi ?T?r,H a.nrf the Panama
rfety Inspection for the con
vfenience oi arivwo, t
Hiins the right to enforce safe safety
ty safety regulations."
fort Kobbe Group
r Jungle Warfare
i Members of D Company, 1st Bat Bat-tit
tit Bat-tit Group, 20th Infantry stationed'
!aTFort Kobbe are scheduled to
I depart today for training at the
ljungle Warfare Training Center,
;The company, under the leader leader-ship
ship leader-ship of their new commanding of.
fkr, Capt. Chester W. Van Or Or-iman,
iman, Or-iman, wiP participate in a three,
iweek cycle of intensive jungle
, ..During their instruction and o o-irlentation
irlentation o-irlentation on jungle operations, the
men are scheduled to study pa.
ittoling, jungle navigation, plants
aiwi foods and obstae'e erasing.
-,Pne of the hitrhlights o' the
training cyck will be the award award-life
life award-life of jungle expert badges to
'time who successfully complete
! prescribed course of training
!and attain the required numerical
score based on certain proficiency
'tjflrts given during the training
This training period will be the
rtimix o' fle'd dutv for D Com Com-pdny,
pdny, Com-pdny, as the unit just completed
the six-week training cycle at Rio
Hato. in which they received a high
excellent rating on a Department
et'the Army company-level test.
Nickerson To Talk
it Rainbow City
Hi. John R. Nickefson of Ft.
ayton will address the residents
''Rainbow Citvand their friends
af the Rainbow 'City Gymnasium
w ruesday at 7:30 p.m.
"His topic for the evening will b
"Science and Education."
The chorus of the Rainbow Ct.
ty High School wijl render two se.
lections at this "Community du du-ettlon"
ettlon" du-ettlon" program sponsor? 1 by the
iBilnbovr City Civic Council.
nll resident and iriends are
surged to attend.
Two uon-students Miguel R.
Vargas, 20, and Pedro Pinzon, 21
who were also hrnded 60-day
sentences on May 26, remained in
All five had been found guilty
of trespassing at the Curundu- mil military
itary military reservation and carrying
concealed weapons, for which
they were given two 30-day sent
ences and fined $25 each, with the
exception of Flores, who had
pleaded guilty and was not fined
Foreign Minister Mifluel J.
Moreno Jr. announced plans to
free the student after holding
informal talks with Potter, who
he said agreed to commute the
remainder of their sentences.
Seven other students who were
given jail sentences during the
latter part of May for trespassing
were released on June 5, after
Potter commuted their sentences,
when a group of teachers led by
Prof. Temistocles Rivera, vice vice-rector
rector vice-rector of the? National Institute,
interceded with the Governor on
Today's action is probably the
To Walk Plank
re was pa
Blaln Shaffer, J5, and was sent
to jail for seven days by Judge
John E. Demlng at Cristobal
magistrates court today for il illegally
legally illegally boarding a cabin cruiser
moorefl at tne criswDai yacni
Club yesterday and stealing it items
ems items on board.
Evldnce was that he paddled
out to the cabin cruiser in a
cayucO in broad daylight yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, boarded her, ransacked
the cabin and then hauled
away with his loot, which was
valued at $15.
However, this act of piracy
was observed bv an employe of
the Yacht Club wno laid In
wait as the cayuco came ashore
and nabbed the budding buc buccaneer
caneer buccaneer red-handed.
Made To PanCanal
For Demolition Work
T. J. Butler and Sons, Wright
Bro.hers, and Chain Singh made
favorable bids on the demolition
and removal of a large number of
. 1 fc L..MJ: 1-
quarters ana oiner Diniuings in me
Canal Zone and the demolition
and removal of two docks located
in the Cristobal Industrial area
iBids were opened this week at
A high bid of $1,329 was enter
ed by Chain Singh on Schedule A
which includes the purchase and
demolition of 12 buildings in Ihc
Pacific area. The building in La
Boca, and several buildings m
Pedro Miguel, Cocoli and
T. J. Butler made the only bid
of $i,37 for the purchase, dem
olition and removal of 14 build
ings in the Atlantic area. This
group takes in the former Comp
Bierd Commissary, the former
incinerator in the Mt. Hope area
the former sawdust shed in Mt.
Hope and several 12 family quart
ers buildings in Gatun.
Wright Brothers were the only
bidders with an offer of $12,806
be paid by the Canal Company cn
Schedule C. which calls for demo
lition and removal of the two piers
in the Industrial Division area.
Meeting With US
For Protection Plan
MOSCOW July 3 (UPI) Soviet
Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev has
proposed a meeting of military re.
presentatives of the United States
and Russia and possibly other
countries to work out a joint plan
of protection against surprise at-
tack, it was disclosed toduy
The proposal was made in a 'et.
ter to rresioent Eisenhower rieltv
ered tn Washington yesterday
nnrusnchev suggested !rn re-
gTPrlftgiWy0' The armed forces wfll be well
. Ma whx i-h iiH.m iiunn i v
stins ot tne proposed conterenc" ie ency repair work through a net net-submitted
submitted net-submitted to a meeting- of heads j work of radio stations and relay
of state involved. 1 points.
result of President de la Guar-
dia's efforts to free the rest of the
students since Potter took action
only a ter he had been approach approached
ed approached by Mr. de la Guardia's foreign
Early this week, student laiW
had announced that would step up
their activities to have the three
students freed by holding talks
with government officials in this
regard. It is not known whether
these talks had been held.
However, the Students Feder
tion had revealed or, June 19 thst
the President had promised to in
tercede on Behalf.
Student leader Carlos Arellano
Lennox, president oi the Univer University
sity University Students Unioi., when told
that the remaining students had
oeen released from Balboa jail
"Iam vary glad to hear. I
hops' they will b. able to catch
op on the time they lost from
school while they war in jail."
However, he refused further
comment until he could find out
whose intercession was responsi
ble for the students' release.
Armed Forces To
represented in the Inde
Day celebrations tomorrow.
On the Pacific side a parada
will start at Balboa at 10:3ft a.m.
The starting point will be Law Law-ence
ence Law-ence Johnson Place and the par
ade will than merge around the
Goethals Monument to Barneby
Street, enter Balboa Road and
tarn right at the pest office to
disband at the stadium parking
lot on Clinton Street. Th review
ing stand will be at the cir cirri
ri cirri opposite th Balboa Post Of.
The grand marshal wi'l be Col.
Alphonse A. Greene chief of the
Military Missions Section. USAR.
CARIB, and the 776th Air Force
Band will play for the march.
In the parade will be a platoon
from the 1st Battle Group, 20th
In'antry. USARCARIB; a plaoon
from the 15th Naval District; the
massed colors o' a'l four services;
a. platoon of Mrins and a pla pla-toon
toon pla-toon from the Air Force.
CZ Invites Bids
For Building Civil
Bids are now being solicited by
the Canal Zone government for
the construction of a new defence
control center in the Adminis Administration
tration Administration Building at Balboa Fights.
The bids are scheduled to be op opened
ened opened July 16 aJ Balboa Heights.
The work consists of the ar
chitecturyf alterations to a room
Iocaled n. the basement of the
basement of the Administration
BuildhVf between the restaurant
and the seismograph room used
by the Meteorological and Hydro Hydro-granhic
granhic Hydro-granhic Branch, Also to be done
by the contractor is the installa
tion of floor file, acoustical tile,
cabinets, woilv counters, taWes
chalkboard, mapboards and fold folding
ing folding doors.
Designed so that it could be oc
cupied for several days, if neces necessary,
sary, necessary, the new control center will
be air conditioned, will contain
the latest types of communicat communications
ions communications equipments, have its own
water and power sunnly. tele
phone relays with map, plotting,!
and sta us boards. I
It will have space for operating
personnel such as radio and
switchboard operators and mes messengers
sengers messengers together with a Civil De Defense
fense Defense administrative staff, Gov.
W. E. Potter, and those of !iis
Bureau Directors to whom Civil
Defense functions have veen as assigned.
signed. assigned. The room, which is planned to
hp the hrndminrfprs for Civil IV
fnse activities .on the Pacific side
win be one of two control centers
for the Canal Zone. The otter
will be located on the Atlantic
8tde possiblv In Coco Solo. From
i these centers, which are pattem-
ed after simitor Civil Defense
cetv'ers in the United States, local
authorities will be able to control
rehabilitation, rescue and emerg-
JOE DALY of CFN gives a yodelins lesson to two "Swiss misses," Patty Brewer, 8, and
Darlene Newman, 8. Patty and Darlene are two Brownies who have been attending the
Brownie day camp at Diablo School during the past week. (U. S. Army Photo)
Be Well Represented on Boths
Extensive IndeoendeiKe Day Celebrations
TMr will b follwJ by drum
majorettes from Balboa High
School, Units from th American
Legion and th Legion Auxil.
iary, Veterans of Foreign Wars
and auxiliary. Disabled Americ American
an American Veterans, units of Air Scouts,
Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts.
After,, the parade, there will be
an official ceremony and buffet
lunch at the American Legion Hall
at Fort Amador with hot dogs and
soda pop for the children. A! Gauv
will be principal speaker at this
The swimming pool at Amador
will be open to all children hold,
ing validated swimming cards
from the Balboa or military swim,
Garnet wi'l be played on the
palm lined Prado opposite the I.e.
gion Club and at 2 p.m. tnere will
be free movies for children at
Diablo Service Center.
The American Legion, which is
sponsoring the Paci ic side cele celebrations,
brations, celebrations, has invited all Americ.
an citizens to take part in the ce celebration
lebration celebration of their Independence
The Panama Fire Department
Band will give a concert in the
circle opposite the Balboa Serv Service
ice Service Center between 5 p.m., and
S p,m. In case of rain, the hand
concert will be held in the serv serv-ice
ice serv-ice center.
At 8 p.m. there will he a bas basketball
ketball basketball game between Albrok Air
Force Base and Carta Vieja at
Balboa Gymnasium. The 77Rh
Air Force Band will p ay at the
On th Atlantic sld a par par-ad
ad par-ad will start at th Knights of
Columbus Hall in Margarita
proceed to South Margarita,
where there will be a flig rais raising
ing raising at 9:30 a.m. Fo'Winq t'-e
flag ceremony, Gov. William E.
Potter will -glv an Indepen.
Hence Day address.
Messing Up City
PHENIX CITY, Ala. (UPI)-Po-litical
campaigners are litterb.igs,
the city commission here has de-
tided, and something must be
Faced with the task of cleaning
up placards and posters fastened
to trees and poles by the host of
candidates in Alabama's recent
primary, city officials have decid.
ed there must be restraint.
Independence, II is
Independence Day tomor
row. That means, among
other things, we're independ independent
ent independent of the obligation to came
to work and turn out a pa-
per for you good folks. Back
Saturday, in hopes of a
Fifth. Any brand
At 10 a.m. there will be rides,
games' and athletic events for the
children, all sponsored by the In.
dependence Day Celebration com.
mitee of South Margarita.
At d-.AO p.m. tnere win be tree
movies for the children at the
Margarita service center. At me
same time there will be adult
athletic events, boat racing, wat water
er water skiinc and open house at the
In th evening at 7:30 there will
be an aerial fireworks display.
Tickets for the Margarita act activities
ivities activities will be $1 per family. Tick Tickets
ets Tickets are on sale in orderly rooms
of al1 Atlantic side organizations,
the Fort Gulick Officer's and NCO
clubs and the operations orfice of
the U.S. Army Caribbean School
Another Atlantic side celebra celebration
tion celebration is planned by the Coco Solo
Civic Council. This will get un.
derway with a flag ceremony at
10 a.m. at th Breakers Club,
which is to feature addresses
and a Marin honor guard.
Starting at 10:30 o'clock, games.
Three Canal Bureaus
Award Ten Men
Ten young men have been ap appointed
pointed appointed to apprenticeships starting
this month in the Engineering and
Construction and Marine Bureaus
of the Panama Canal Company.
Five of the ten apprenticeships
will be in the Electrical Division
These positions, and the appointe
Two apprentice wiremen Car Carlos
los Carlos Cham and William C. Lawren.
ce; two apprentice telephone
maintainers Ernest W. Forrest
and Donald A. Jeffries; and an
apprentice electronics mechanic
jpnee L. Terrell.
The Maintenance Division has
a'so been assigned two apprentic apprentices:
es: apprentices: Edward R. Cunningham, who
will be a plumber apprentice and
Carl R. Meissner, a refrigeration
In the Dredging Division Thom Thomas
as Thomas F. McCullough has been assign
ed to an apprenticeship as a mar
The two remaining apprentice apprenticeships
ships apprenticeships are in the Industrial Div Division
ision Division of the Marine Bureau. Charl Charles
es Charles DeTore will be a shiplitter
apprentice s and Clarence E.
Rienks a machinist aporentice.
Apprentice examinations were
given May 10 and 11 to 79 applic.
ants. Of these, 44 qua'ified for
urther consideration. Their ap.
plications were analyzed and their
school citizenship and grades were
studied. As a result, approximat approximately
ely approximately half of those who passed the
test were interviewed by heads of
the organizations' offering the ap apprenticeships.
prenticeships. apprenticeships. The ultimate selections were
based on test results. records of
school grades and citizenship, re records
cords records of prior emplyment and of
military service If any, on the
personal interview, and on other
Sides of Isthmus
rides, refreshments and other at attractions
tractions attractions for all members of the
family will be the program. Dur During
ing During the afternoon the club will be
open to adults, and children will
I be offered free movies, be
i at 2 n.m.. in the thpatpr
There will he four 48. gun salut salutes
es salutes fired at noon.
Personnel from the Armament
and Automotive Department US.
ARCARTR School will fire the sal salute
ute salute at Fort Gulick.
Members of D. Battery. 704th
AAA Battalion will fire salute at
both Fort Tlavton and For Amad Amador,
or, Amador, while six tanks from D. Com.
mny. 3-lt h Armor, wi'l nerfonn
the ceremony at Fort Kohhe.
July 4 Donee
At Teen Club
lo nmrry Swedish businessman
There will be a Fourth of .tit'vL?rs Sr'imidt.
Dance at the Pacific Tr; n Club! Miss Bercman. who at present
tomorrow from 7 p.m. lo mid-is filming in Rritain, made the
night. !onR expected announcement as
Local talent will he feal'ired m I he prepared to catch a plane for
a floor show and fhe music wilt 1 Paris.
be nrovided bv the Jim Brooks I Rumors of the n'anrted weeding
combo. In addition (o the fl ior have .been current, fit weeks. Miss
show there will be a su-nrise! "r(me'i hHs ht-&fyfw around
feature. Admission for members Fnrope by Schmidt ever since she
is 25 cents and no" motors (this obtained a 'eal on:!ration from
inc'udes all adults) will be cliarg-, 1'alian movie director Roberto
ed 50 cents. Hossellini in Rome Nov. 7.
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AFTER THREE DAYS of intensive orientation on both sides,
and In the middle of the Isthmus, Loren B. Hillsinger, atove,
Is settling down into the routine of the Canal Courts. Judge
Hillslngers appointment as Magistrate for Cristobal was ef effective
fective effective tbis week; he was sworn in Monday by his predecessor,
Judge Edward I. P. Tatelman. The new Magistrate spent KU
day Tuesday on the Pacific side, calling on Gov. William E.
Potter, and getting acquainted with police and court person personnel,
nel, personnel, yesterday he visited the Canal Zone penitentiary at
GambOR. Today he is being taken around the Atlantic side,
including the Canal Zone prison at Gatun, by Capt. 5ugene
Shipley, Cristobal Police District Commander. Balboa Magis Magistrate
trate Magistrate John E. Demlng is conducting the Cristobal court ses sessions
sions sessions this week, with Judge Hillsinger sitting in. The new
Magistrate expect U assume his full duties next week,
July 4 Weekend
WASHINGTON, July 3 (UPI) Congressional sources
predicted that House and Senate conferees on a bill pro providing
viding providing a uniform wage scale for Local Rate and U.S.' Raft
employes in the Panama Canal Zone will not meet until
members have returned from the long July 4 weekend.
A light program has been scheduled in both;, tht
House and the Senate for early next week, with no roU
calls promised, so many members have already started
leaving town for several days of rest and politicking.
The Senate passed the original single-wage-scale bill
last year, and the House approved its own version of thjg
bill last month. The House bill is more comprehehsi
than the Senate bill, and a great deal more complicated.
The result was that the two ver versions
sions versions of the bill must be reso'ved
in a conference committe compos composed
ed composed of members of both the House
and the Senate to work out the
The conferees have! been ap appointed,
pointed, appointed, bin) no meetings have as
vet been held. They must be call-
the SnatePo" SffllvH
If the conferees should fall to
reach agreement en a compro compromise
mise compromise version of the bill, the pro procedure
cedure procedure will have to beqin all ov over
er over again with new bills in both
the House and the Senate com committees
mittees committees next year.
An uncompleted bill retains its
place on the calendar between ses-
Plans 01 Marriage
To Lars Schmidt
LONDON. July 3 (UPD- Swed
ish, born movie actress Ingrid Berg
man announced today she plans
sions of a Congress, but tjj; W
completed legislation dies between
Congresses and must be reintrot
duced in the new Congress.
The current session is the seel
ond session of the 85th Congress
which means that all uncomplete
bills mist start all over again
when the first session of the 86tb
Congress convene next January
Plans Being Made
A group of leading Panamanian!
and Americans met a few night
ago at the Casa del Periodista au
ditorium, to discuss the establish
ment of a Bi-National Center irt
Panama. The purpose of the cen
ter will be to draw the neople ol
Panama and the United States in
to closer friendship, through L
creased mutual understanding.
The renter is to be an autonomi
ous, non-profit organization with ne
religious, political or commercial
orientation, and will attempt to
achieve its purpose through prej
sentation of as many aspects a
possible of the cultural and inteli
lectual life of both countries, ami
thrnuch a maximum number oj
social and cultural contacts bet
tween ciiizens of the two nations;
Its aims would be to develop
educational programs, esnecialW
those related with the teaching of
Snanish and Kn?lish. the diffusion
of history, culture, ideals, custnral
-"t inslitutions of Panama ano
Organize exhibits, conferences)
concerts, broadcasts, recitals, and
all sorts of cultural activities thai
will permit a better understandi
mg of the scientific, technical and
artistic productions of both coun countries;
tries; countries; Cooperate with Panamanians mf
North American organisations witB
The next meeting Is scheduled
for Monday, July 21, at the Cham'
ber of Commerce. The group, ill
the meantime, will study the ba
sic aims to be adopted hy the pro!
posed organization, and will dis discuss
cuss discuss them that night.
CAO Audit Stqff
Here To Co OvlF
Eleven members of tha Gen
eral Accounting Office audit
staff arrived on the Wthmus
Monday aboard the Panama
liner Ancon from New fork, H
has been announced by the of
flee of the Panama Canal
The members of the
will remain In the Canal
for several months to nerform
the 1958 audit of the Panama
Cana Co. and the Canal Zone
The GAO audit i?roup is
headed by Archie B. Jones and
includes the following: Donald
C. Clement, Bryan W. Mercer,
i m via a. snreve, e. Price
crts. Ronald Hommas,
C. Pollen, Charles C. ah
Jr.. Raymond T. Mmbml.
M. Groves, and Frank 6. To
uunng weir stay in the C
nal Zone, the GAO staff wifj
occupy room 102 In tha Admin
istratdon Bullduw it Balfaflf
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THE MAIL BOX
I I and my fellow listeners and viewers, would like to know
What is the nam eof the Pfc who is obviously doing
2. Why they snow such old films;
i: Why can't or don t they show more current TV pro-
""Z' Why i to seldom hear a sailor on the network, and never
anything Irom tht Air Force; ,u
"yrawgi the 'guy on the radio through tht-day. and why
1 ln't better use mane of him. At leas the sounds hotter than
1 wftdSTcFN andor iU parent organization i. Public
S Information Office) never submit a public reply to Mai IB ox
' questions, just as nothing will be said about these questions of
7' Bow can I receive even an unsatisfactory reply to these
questions which puzzle me? j
WHO WEARS SHORT SHORTS?
Within the past two or three weeks there have been many
1 letters both for and against the "Short Shorts" problem and in
u ii tu. -rrit.re, Viv mittpri t.hp tmnortant factor.
h my opinion raosi lu
1 JrSii. f..tr h-triff tinea an area
authority to dqn military
'i (the use of una excnangesi wmcu
I public law, merely because he, in
1 their dress to oe in gooa ww 1 iut one uu wu
7X Of course am no law specialist, but am quit sure that Con-
rlnrlpri In them a Der-
E son must be dressed in a cerUin manner to fall within that law.
1 am also sure that if the responsible person that issued this or-
I Or tteco witn tneir legai couuae. "v, -tw ttv
B W0U1Q lino UUW iqsauj oyca-iijg no -r
ir V Mll v,..l .nnmanHwi in t.hp wp&rlnp of shorts in
places like Officer's Clubs, NCO Cluba or any other place where
11 IHXX" "" ini tv,.l. r.n,n ViAnpfit. What
r the memoers inemseives eawunan --7;
It ,j j Th f,,io. nf orvwi t.ftst have alreadv
I been established for tne general
I laws governing indecent exposure.
K case then it wouia oe an issue ior
. !r .. j tv,o f oil
i 1 j.iT. kii. oo.7ontc smninvpd hv these snorts
m mem dpi. tncy jyuni.
wearers," not their lord ana masier.
- 1 4 9 .1.. rnnM lpnrt nnv reasonable and
t credent lndlriduai to reanre mim ir it is mai
1 be comfortable and m cool as possible in the tropics, it should be
, m rooo wlri ior a u"
If rood taste in the ismie, and
Itvanaers realize iiow miui ""f"" ;
BCnon to be able to pick up any English newspaper, any day and
see a large picture of a pot bellied, nobbv kneed, hairy legged
officer wearing shorts presenting some person a certificate for
establishing tome sort of record, such as going two weeks without
falling off a ladder. ... '
"Tht iTeBident of the United States does not agree with these
eoaufiaiiders for he has approved shorts as uniforms and he did
to for a good reason to be as comfortable as possible while in the
tropics. II the President considers it good taste for me I am sure
be would consider it likewise for my wife. I for one believe in the
Hlfimafflir of women.
Ik Tn abort, if this order is leeal, let's throw away the shorts.
If it is not let's brinp them back, but in any event, let s not use
the term "good taste" as an excuse for no longer appreciating
1 the figure of an attractive woman.
Let's Keep It Legal.
k As an American citizen assigned to this area to fulfill a
I mission, I am much interested in the Mail Box and jus, wonder
lFlt has any effect to those who read it. Or must ion just
plainly lick them In the head, in order for them to see these
helpful hints? What is being done about all these comp.aints
i!-fT , .1 .... t in th Moll Rn? It. seems
tuau can man cwtia 1 &cv a.aui.u ...
Sat the writers keep slamming each other to see who can get
tht last words said, instead of trying to correct the trends they
find so terrible. ,,
vTNow I have a complaint myself. We have been living in the
Rant for about a year now and my wife and I are overly sick
f these so-called nice people, who should have grown up years
mo. Americans are supposed to be of a high caliber, and we
m&m tn be considerate, kind, pleasant and frienaly, but I have
found little of these good American traits in the Zone There
la little kindness or friendliness displayed by our fellow citizens,
iMm manager down to sales clerk. Even if I call f&r the time
USayl geta short snappy answer, and a receiver slammed In
tt'i tht same way In every business transaction here in the
Zone They don't care if they get your business. But where
ajlse can you go? Maybe that's the reason for their terrible
Ttt teems that we get more kindness and friendliness from
tht Panamanians who work for our government, than from our
awn people. I believe that our "nice people" got lost on their
way from tht States, went I comparing tht Zone Americans
with the folks back nome.
K I wonder just how they would act if there were more com com-netltlon
netltlon com-netltlon down here? 1 guess they are pretty sure of their jobs,
and living off the fat of the land makes them this way. I Just
wonder how long these nice people would last if they were back
tn the States, where the public wouldn't stand for their attitude,
and where they could be replaced.
'VThelr present attitude helps create ill feeling between the
Zone and Panama. Sure there are good and bad everywhere,
hut why add to the bad bv looking and acting like an unedu unedu-cated
cated unedu-cated fool. We can all spread goodwill and become decent
neighbors to all. So if these people continue this way of life,
PS sorry they represent the U.S.A. They make a poor show show-tag
tag show-tag as goodwill ambassadors.
m. for me, I am fed up and have had all I can ake. I
will be glad to go home where people are people and not so high
mnd mighty as these people down here think they are. I would
ask foreigners not to Judge us Americans by these outcasts.
Real Americans do care about and watch their actions.
Going Home Real Soon
PANAMA MOVIE PRICES
" Ha, ha, ha! Recognize that guffaw?
M it'g the managers of Panama City's first line theaters
f making out that they have the last laugh on me.
Tou aee, a few days ago (Mail Box, July 1) 1 said that they
f would charge $1 for the pictures to be shown over this holiday
g Wall they're saying they made my prophecy look like a Joke
Sfsaeaust the day after my letter came out they all ran ads in
1 tia paprR announcing trie weekend prices as 75 cents.
Bat they ain't foolln' me, and maybe a lot of others. Had
Bjkjpet been for my piece, us suckers would have had to dig out
as buck to see those flickers.
At one particular house they had been going allout with
newspaper advertising on a film
. tops, but not. so mucn as to ne
M Despite the big publicity
S mentioning the admission price,
I the? day alter my letter appeared.
I have been studying their technique for a long time and
I believe thev had every intention of charging $1. I'm cOnvinc cOnvinc-1
1 cOnvinc-1 ad mv contribution threw a monkey wrench into their plans.
' No, siree. They're pulling
1 iink that a timely letter, and
1 lot of us from being fleeced.
fai raadera ot m. 'iMiu "'""
arc handltd HI -Holly conhdenlial
ha imoAtltnr it n O
I't jpptji tht
or base commander have the
his opinion, does not consider
pudhc upon uc c. ...
If Indecent exposure if re the
Thrsp rnmmanners must re-
i I. 1. 1 1 1. J. trf n m n v, tn
apparently It Is, do these com-
v minhi Via nnnclriprpfl for anv
that is really supposed to be
worm a aonar.
campaign, they refrained from
until, by a strange coincidence.
no wool over mv eyes. I like to
the power of the Mail Box. saved
By VICTOR RIESEL
One of Bernard Uoldfine's foibl
es was to do business by uiii-
nhmip .iiiinmohiip tpifDhoiie.
uiat is. The rag and real estate
millionaire loveu .o pnone tro'a
Mis roving limousine.
Since none of these radio phone
nnnvorcatmnc .jcprp moniinred.
they along with the heavy pund-
age 01 missing tinanciai recoru
are lost to the inquisitors of today
and the inquisitive 01 .omorrow.
All this is having an unexpected
impact on influential forces far
from the turbulent Congressional
The impact is on labor lead leaders
ers leaders and their anonymous technic technicians
ians technicians who plan to use l'affaire Gold
fine for a re.aliatory drive against
business all business. These
lahnr mpn have been sneered b?
proposals nr. the lull exposure 01
their salaries, expenses, invest investments,
ments, investments, and other financial activ activities
ities activities of themselves and their un unions.
ions. unions. They now plan to fight for
laws demanding exactly the same
from all firms and their execut executives.
ives. executives. And labor's cry will be "He "He-member
member "He-member Goldfine". Labor will de demand
mand demand the fullest exposure of all
This campaign has been some
time in the making. Recently the
technicians of 57 international un unions
ions unions were surveyed by Dean Wil Wilbur
bur Wilbur F. Pillsbury of Knox College,
111. He discovered that tht advis advisers
ers advisers to the nation's maior labor
leaders believe it is "inevit? )le"
that there wdl be Federal laws
forcing all industry to report their
tnnt intimate financial ac iviiv to
the public thus making availa
ble to the union chiefs the up to-the-minute
inner detail of their
Furthermore, these experts, out outlining
lining outlining 'vhat seem? tn me to be
the basis for 'abor's roun'er-of-fensive
against business in the
next two years, said that it was
not enough for labor to have the
records and open business books.
The union technicianas said that
union experts should be admitted
inio the plants to check on the
accuracy of industrialists claims
ai expenses and prices 01 repairs,
expansion programs and othei de
ductioni, from the companies' prof profit
it profit total.
Specifically, the unions will ask
for laws forcing businessmen to
report publicly the executives' si si-aries,
aries, si-aries, bonuses, pensions, stock op options,
tions, options, life insurance payments and
Writ.en into these proposals will
also be demands for full expo. ure
of dividend and inerest pay payments
ments payments to the inves.ors, creditors,
managers, and directors and ca capital
pital capital gains earned by these exec executives.
utives. executives. The unions even will want
to have full details of benefits a a-side
side a-side from money. These would
range from sick leave costs to
cafeteria and recreation costs, to
paid vacations, pension and in
surance plan costs and medical
Still sensitive over the cry for
full exposure of unions expense
tables the labor technicians say
they want a "detailed and mean meaningful
ingful meaningful breakdown of administrat administrative,
ive, administrative, general and selling costs, in in-eluding
eluding in-eluding donations and contrbu contrbu-tions
tions contrbu-tions to charitable and other phi philanthropic
lanthropic philanthropic causes; expense of
operating separate departments
(for example, a sales department department-categorical
categorical department-categorical listing of inco.e tax taxes
es taxes and other taxes with appro appro-piate
piate appro-piate details in the case of ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary adjustments, and de detailed
tailed detailed costs which are charged to
repairs and maintenance."
Other labor men point to the
current demands that they report
their connections with business
firms. In retaliation, 'some labor
men now want laws to force bus businessmen
inessmen businessmen and all company offic officials
ials officials to reveal to the public "the
intercorporate connections be between
tween between officers and various com companies."
panies." companies." But there is more than mere
anger n this campaign for the
next few years when labor ex expects
pects expects friends to control Congress
by the most whopping majority
This will be a speedy pick up of
the drive launched a decade ago
by Walter Reuther to "open the
books", of American industry. The
labor attitude is that, while bus bus-in..
in.. bus-in.. nrnrati- affair it nfOf-
its affect labor. And labor will
open its drive to push bacK r.e
ledger covers so it can know
urW "j fir harp" nf the income
is. Say the labor men, on and off
the record, they can't know what
a fair share is until they know
how much there is to share.
From this it is Just 1 snort
drive a putt in fact to prof
The A rat Art inaurance
pany waj formed after tha
treat London fire of ISM Tht
fire raced for four dan and it
is Mid that $80,000,000 worth 1
of property was destroyed and I
six persons lost their Uvea:
London has had a number of
big ftree, the first recorded on'
in the 7th Century.
e Britaaatea Jr. arlatf.
Perhaps I am incurably frivo frivolous,
lous, frivolous, but with so much gloom
striding the globe, I kind of like
it when the cycle turns silly and
some of the old nonsense, turns
We come today to the Viscount
Encome, 21, six teet six inches
tall, heir to the British Earl of
Eldon. He just got "sent down"
kicked out from Oxford for a
prank. Prank is generally called
He had a fine champagne par party
ty party to celebrate his dismissal from
Magdalen pronounced Maudlin!
college for several sins, one 01
which was shooting one of the
Magdalen deer and barbecuing it.
Then there was something to do
about his pet Spanish snake, and
the girl friend who took it ior. an
airing. '' ;
So great was his farewell par party
ty party that a couple of hundred of in intimate
timate intimate friends got loaded on
champagne in and around his
rooms and some risky driving on
bicycles, purloined from workers,
in the Trinity quadrangle.
Friends said that shoooting a
Magdalen deer was "part of the
family tradition." The Viscount's
father and grandfather, when they
were up at Oxford, each had
scragged one of the pet hinds,
but the spokesman said: "They
were not sent down. It is only in
the Socialist age that people are
sent down for pranks.
It is possible that Papa and
Grandpapa did not barbecue the
deer on the banks of the Cher Cher-well.
well. Cher-well. In any case, the Earl of El El-don's
don's El-don's offer to replace the sacrific sacrificed
ed sacrificed stag from his herds on his 10, 10,-000
000 10,-000 acre estate in Devon did not
keep the Viscount in colleges
Down he was sent, and the latest
press advice is that he's going to
Mallorca with an 18-year-old girl.
Jolly good show, say I.
There ain't enough people being
sent down from Oxford these
grim days, in my opinion.
Everybody seems to be a grea greasy
sy greasy grind, and the whole damned
world is so glum, so free of
champagne parties for irresponsi irresponsi-bles
bles irresponsi-bles and Spanish snakes being
taken for airings around the
necks of pretty girls and barbe barbecued
cued barbecued sacred cows or deer that
the general tenor of the times has
turned to bass.
I know that young wastrels are
not in the majority in England,
but when one of Eddie Kent's set
swims the Thames or the Vis Viscount
count Viscount gets sent down, I feel the
world is better for a little high high-level
level high-level foolisness.
The nice young folk of America
turn old before they've chanced
a crack at being young. We prob probably
ably probably assay more young fogies to
the hill than any country in the
Youth is a time to kick up the
heels and fall foolishly in love,
to do such silly things as paint painting
ing painting the rival college's statue blue,
to make pantie raids, to do any anything
thing anything and everything that you
won't do when the mortgage and
the last baby nails you to the
cross of mediocrity.
Youth is a time to get sent
down from Oxford, which the
good Lord knows is dull enough
if you stay there.
Youth is a time to shoot a sa sacred
cred sacred cow and barbecue the blood blood-y
y blood-y thing in full sight of the cops.
We had, the other day, the sto story
ry story of a stowaway who was so e-
U.S. BANS PANDA
FRANKFURT, Germany (UPI)
Zoo officials said today that
"Chi-Chi," (he Chinese Commu Communist
nist Communist panda barred from entering
the United States, will be shipped
soon to a zoo in Antwerp, Bel.
gium. The panda, valued at $50
the United States because of the
embargo on trade with Red China.
She has been kept in the Frank.
urt 100 in the meantime.
A Time For Nonsense
By BOB RUARK
legant that he raised a relief
fund for a less successful stowa stowaway.
way. stowaway. It relieved me of the chore of
reading about Russians, Charles
de Gaulles, Makarios and the
There is a place in life for
something besides the dreary re recital
cital recital of the fact that Serman Ad Adams
ams Adams is not particularly smart in
his public relations.
Grim nobility and intense pur purpose
pose purpose in search of dull security or
flamboyant destruction do not en entirely
tirely entirely make a world. There ought
NEA Senrtce rc
to be a picnic, a Sunday at the
beach, somebody standing on his
head, the one funny drunk any anything
thing anything except this damnably dull
procession toward the infinity of
I applaud the Viscount for be being
ing being sent down with the cham champagne
pagne champagne corks popping.
It is just possible that the
threat to the world's end is not
contained in atoms and missiles
If there is enough serious nobili nobility
ty nobility loose, we blight succeed where
the atom could fail. We could
bore ourselves to death.
JCet us ever hold stead fqst. to
the high ideals of the brave
and devoted men who
throughout the land
WASHINGTON -Concealing the
truth .continues to be tue xtudieu
policy of official Washing ua.
When it ieaKed out that' Mrs
McLiroy, wLe 01 the Savetary
01 ue. c.isc, was .getting iraa uett
tal wont uone at the Army's Wai
ler Keeu Hobpnal ueutal au'noui au'noui-ties
ties au'noui-ties reiused to comment.
The press relations oiiicer at
Wa ter Reed referred inquiries to
the secretary 0. De.ense. There
it was of icialiy explained that
Mrs. ivlcElroy's dental work rs
an "unimpor.ant KUu Ox Uling."
The real truth, learned from
other sources, iiowever. is Uiat
ail uer teeth were pulleu and sne
received a complete y hew set of
uentures. It was also learned
that the top dentist at Walter
Heed came m alter hours to work
on Mrs. McElroy's teeth
Army demists are not permitted
to worn on the teeui 01 uieir own
lamines. They are also not per per-mitted
mitted per-mitted to work on the teeth of
any service dependent.
Despite this strict ruling, it
was o ticiaiiy staied by the Sec
retary of Defense that it was
"normal proceoure" lor wives of
cabinet officers to receive :'re
oental treatment at Wa ter Reed
THE NEXT ADAMS WITNESS
In the background of the Sher Sherman
man Sherman Adams case are ominous re reports
ports reports of attempts to squeeze two
Boston newspapers out of business
in one of the lew American cities
where there is still p 1 e b t y of
newspaper competi ion.
Testimony has already been of official
ficial official y recorded regarding the at.
tempt of Robert Gloate, publish,
er of the Herald :and Traveler, to
put the squeeze on the Boston
Globe by obtaining TV channel 5.
The Harris subcommittee was
proving this when it gpt Averted
into tht more sensational relation relationship
ship relationship between Sherman Adams and
Testimony is expected shortly
regarding the squeeze placed on
another paper, the Boston Post,
when its former publisher John
Fox, a former friend 0' Ber.
nard Go d ine. nows him back backward
ward backward and forward, and has alrea
dy supplied the Harris subcommit.
tee with important information.
1 fox sunereo a series 01 iax
crackdowns from the U.S. Treasu.
ry Department which he blames
on some mysterious hidden hand
hitrh-up in government.
First, the Treasury discovered
- n -, a,) t
II I i
that he bad $200,008 of whiskey in
a bonded warehouse aou demand,
ed that he pay taxes on it when
rather than later because it was
eight years olu. 1'nougn Schenley
is protesting this 8 year tax rol.
ing, internal t even ue at 'its' con considered
sidered considered smashing all Fox t whts.
key. This was ha ally stopp-ii by
a ru ing that the whiskey could
be sold at auction or the benefit
of the government, could not be
HIS LOANS CAURO ?
About the same time; Fix had
bordowed $13,500,000 from banks
m aif;erent states and
ceived reports .rom the banks
that when agents from'' the Comp Comptroller
troller Comptroller of the Current) came to
examine the banks, one 0, the
first things they asked was wheth.
er the aeld any F,g
paper, as a result, many of his
loans were not renewed.
Fox claims that Ihis was a de.
liberate attempt to persecute ran
financially, also dictated frtfni
high p aces.
In June, 1958, the Treasury
slapped tax liens on him for $1, $1,-700,000.
700,000. $1,-700,000. This again he claims was
persecution, and he supports Bis
charge by showing that 87 &r
cent of tne tax claim was' lifer
dropped by the Treasury oh Tpe
ground that it was improper.
Fox has taken bis tggf batlle
to the U.S. Tax Court Where Jie
has wop most ojt the Meliminsry
rounds. He says hei fiai turned
down a Treasury offer to settje
Fox's Boston Post has npw
folded. He blames a local econo economic
mic economic squeeze applied by Choate of
the Boston Hera d and Traveler
and a tax squeeze applied by a
hidden hand in Washington.
The State Department ask asked
ed asked the Army to let TrujilVi
son graduate from the Army gtn.
eral staff college at Ft. Leaven Leavenworth,
worth, Leavenworth, but the Army refused. The
Admy has been willing to set 4 a
lower standard for many foreirn
army students, but couldn't lower
the bars suf'iciently for the man
who became a colonel at age sev seven
en seven and chairman of the joist
chie.'s Of sta'f at the age of 29?
. .One trouble with voung Truji Truji-llo,
llo, Truji-llo, in addition to women, was
language. His English was poor
and he couldn't always understand
classroom questions. The Army
gives a tough course at Leaven Leavenworth.
worth. Leavenworth. .3
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THURSDAY, JULT S, ilSf
'''THE Pa"." MA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT PAIL T NEWSPAPER
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Are You Missing A Bus?
Iowa Asks New York Police
DUBUQUE, Iowi (UPD New
York police could .hardly have
been more wrong when they ex.
.jresed doubt that whoever itole
- bus on Sunday in midtown Man.
..hattan would go far.
After aU, it was a U-passenger
.llver.and.red bu, with picture
windows and New York license
.plates. Surely, they reasoned, it
would be conspicuous outside, the
nutate and noticed by police.
.It wai yesterday in Farley,
.Iowa, 25 miles west oi Dubuque,
An auto theft charge against
Wilson was dismissed when the
bus company declined to press
charges against the sailor.
New York police, meanwhile,
expressed surprise when they re received
ceived received a call from Trooper Moore
last night, asking if they were
looking for a Mountainview (osch
Lines bus, The New York police
assured him they were. They said
they would send two detectives to
Dubuque to pick up Wilson.
The bus was discovered miss.
stuck m a ditch, about 1,200 miles ; u. i j. ......
hind the wheel, was the wayward
. driver, OUie Wilson, 19, of New
,At first, Wilson told trooper
, jack Moore he had just driven a
busload of passengers to Chicago
$nd was going to California. The
.ikeptical trooper became even
ipore auspicious when Wilson
could not produce a chauffeur's
Finally, Wilson, who was dis.
.charged from the Navy last week,
idmitted he boarded the empty
Jms in New York Sunday and took
off for California, driving to Du Dubuque
buque Dubuque without arousing suspicion!
'.ilt was the second time in two
!' 1. .t t ...... u x-A
:eaB that the Bronx youth had
been seized with the wanderlust
on seeing an idle bus-. Last year,
'$fe said, he took a bus from the
ame New York terminal and
"Mrent Jor a joyride. That time,
however, he only got as far as
Worcester, Mass., about 150 miles
,,Jrom New York,, when he crashed
( wto aas pump and aroused sus.
Burglars In SC
Clean Out Vault
Of USAF Base
GREENVILLE, S. C. (UPD -Uurglars
ripped open the vault of
the Donaldson Air Force Base
orbranch of the People's National
& Bank here last night and
"'Cleaned out" the vault contain containing
ing containing about $80,000.
" The FBI said the entire con consents
sents consents of the vault, with the ex-
' fception of a few money bags
dropped on the floor, were taken.
Several heavy bags of change
" were found several hundred yards
'from the bank.
- The FBI said it appeared that
all the approximately $80,000 was
missing except for what would be
found in the abandoned bags.
(Agents said the money had not
been counted because invest teat..
Jlors were gathering fingerprints
i from the bags.
I! The thief or thieves apparently
entered the rear door of the bank
J'baitk's mlh fie in dewntown
'! GrenviHe, rushed to the scene
!" immediately after the robbery
$ was reported.
., Tripp told United Press Inter International,
national, International, "We don't know very
"much yet. The FBI is n eharge
and is making a- thorough check.
! They won't let us go ; near the
;; vault until ft has been ehecked
v for fingerprints and other evi evi-!J
!J evi-!J dence."
Tripp said the vault probably
J contained less money than usual
taken to the main bank last night.
;;the base and "some 1.300 to
i 1.400" checks had been cashed.
I, All of the checks, he said, were
taken to the main bank Monday
TTimii 8flfer or we
to board it for a run to Green
ville, N.Y., Sunday afternoon.
Wilson did not quite wtit Wil William
liam William Cimillo, a bus driver for tne
New York Surface Transportation
Corp., who started out on his reg.
ular un in the Bronx in March
1947 and ended up in Hollywood,
Fla., about 1,400 miles away.
"We doubt he'll go quite that
far," one police official said Sun.
day, referring to New York's lat.
est wayward bus driver.
He didn't quite.
Enter Space Race
MICHIKAWA ROCKET CENT.
ER, Japan (UPI) Japan en.
tered the rocket era yesterday b
successfully tiring a missile at
30 miles into the sky, it was an announced
nounced announced Tuesday.
Success came on the third try,
and climaxed a three-year pro program
gram program of rocket development by
The Kappa-6TW rocket, a two.
stage device, was fired from the
Michikawa center. Six seconds
after the blast off, an explosion
could be heard as the main rock rocket
et rocket ignited. A signal device ex exploded
ploded exploded on the rocket at fhe 30
mile level and was recorded on
Prof. Hideo Ilokawa of Tokyo
University and Prof. Masao Tak Tak-eya
eya Tak-eya of Osaka City University, who
developed the rocket, jointly pro.
nounced the firing a "success."
A test with the same type rock rocket
et rocket on June 24 failed. Another test
on June 26 was called off when
a .faulty mechanism was discov discovered
ered discovered before blast-off time.
Said Held In Check
By Chinese Reds
LONDON (UPI) Britain said
today it is investigating re reports
ports reports of a crackdown on the
movements of British diplomats in
the 'Red Chine : of Pel-
M confirmed the action could
lead to reciprocal measures
against Chinese Communist diplo diplomats
mats diplomats in London, a Foreign Office
It was reported that China had
cut the 35 mile travel limit to 12
miles for British diplomatic per.
The 35 mile limit is imposed
currently on Chinese Communist
officials in London, measured
from Hyde Park corner in central
The Foreign Office said it was
waiting for a report from Peiping
before taking any action of its
AN ACCIDENT PREVENTION certificate of award "showing that every employe in the Elec Electrical
trical Electrical Division completed the calendar,, year of 1957 without a disabling Injury, is presented
to Roy D. Reece, Panama Canal electrteal engineer by Lt. Gov. Hugh M. Arnold during a
ceremony held recently at Balboa Heights As electrical er.cr'neer, Reece received the award
when safety figures showed that each unit had completed the year with a perfect safety re record
cord record and that the Division as a whole had chalked up 880,000 man-hours of exposur to haz hazardous
ardous hazardous work during 1957 without a disabling injury. The Electrical Division was the oniy
Canal Division to achieve this safety record during that period. Similar awards will be pre presented
sented presented this week to each unit supervisor. From left to right are: W. H. Smith, chief of the
Safety Branch; M. F. Millard, safety engineer in the Engineering and Construction Bureau;
Reece; Arnold; and Lt. Col. Robert D. Brown, Jr., Engineering and Construction Director.
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nion Club. This formal gathering
of United States citizen residents
o! Panama and the Canal Zone
and their guests will begin at 9
and will feature an elaborate dis display
play display of foreworks and a midnight
Honored guests will be Panama
1 'resident and Mrs de la Guardia,
members of his cabinet. Canal
.one and Mrs. William E. Potter
and officials of the Canal Zone
Tickets to the ball are available
mi both sides of the Isthmus and
can be secured from Bruce Ca Ca-penter,
penter, Ca-penter, Tony Raymond, Kritr
Iluninhrev. James Pliaia. 'Red"
Alton Burke. Tom Ogelsby, Dick
Dehlinger, Bill Schmitt, Myron
Fisher, Theo Edmiston, Stephen
Kent, Duane Mong. Orion Libert,
Percy Shaw and Will Arey.
Reservations can be made by
calling Garcia at the Union Club.
Lucho Azcarraga and his or orchestra
chestra orchestra will provide the music for
the dance and corsages for the
ladies and door and table prizes
will be presented.
'Open House' Tomorrow
At The USO-JWB
The "Open House" sign is out
for servicemen and their depend dependents
ents dependents and for the residents of th
Canal Zone, the Republic of Pana Panama
ma Panama and their friends tomorrow at
the I'SO-.IWB Armed Forces Sen
ice Center, on La Boca Road. The
fiesta is in celebration of U.S. In Independence
dependence Independence Day.
Coffee and doughnuts will be
served throughout the day, and a
cordial invitation is extended to
jail to mill around the building and
its adjacent grounds to see the fa fa-!
! fa-! cilities.
MISS MIDNIGHT'S NOTEBOOK:
Marie McDonald is tiling again.
Over at Paramount they're "snoot.
in iarniind' her .scenes in "The
Geisha Boy" until sne recovers
.rom the flu. . .Choi us. kids
returning from Europe report that
Juliede Greco. Darryl Zanflck'sj
big interest, took quite a fancy
lo dancer jimmy bell while he
was in Brussels with the "Carous "Carous-el"
el" "Carous-el" troupe. .Rosaland Russell;
ha finisned her work in the
screen version of "Auntie Mime" I
and is embarg on a six-week ;
ureain" vacation as guest ol j
friends who have hired Lady
Docker's tabulously uxurious j
yacht: They'll cruise around ihe
Greet islands. .Oil heiress Olga J
Deterding, best described as "un-!
predictable", now tells chums she 1
plans to go to Cuba and become
u nurse with the Fidel Castro i
forces. They're not inclined to j
doubl her, as she just recent y re-1
turned irom Albert Schweitzer's
leper colony where she played a
similar role more man a year.
a melody in one of last year's
Broaoway shipwrecks, "The Sixth
Finger in a Five Finger G.ove."
Bobby Van, best known as a
dancer, has signed a contract to
sing on ABC-Paramount records.
His lirst side will be a tune he
wrote himself. .The Dick Mart,
ins (she was Peggy Connoly, once
front paged as a Sinatra favorite)
are lulla.bying a baby boy. .
Suitable Moniker Deparment:
The newest bitcheck girl at
Roseland is Maria Mambo.
Broadway producer, entrepren entrepreneur
eur entrepreneur Kermit Bl omgraden checked
into a local hospital for a medical
going-over and some rest.... The
Walt Framers (he's the video pro.
ducer) expect their seventh child
Marilyn Monroe turned down
the job o, dubbing the English
speeches for Brigitte Bardot in
"La Parisienne." The .producers
thought Marilyn's voice would
have just the right sexy note to
complement Bardot's personality
etcetera but she wasn't inter interested.
ested. interested. .Judy Garland is doing
ail she can to lose 2Qpunds be.
fore her next cafe date. Besides
dieting and having massages, she
spends two hours a day on the
tennis court working feverishly
under the direction of a stern
Dolores Hart, Elvis Presley's
sweetheart 'in "King Creole," is
in New Ydrk being wooed by Abe
Fabian of the theatre family. .
Don Shirley's ex.wife, a Chicago
lawyer, has attached all the pian pianist's
ist's pianist's Cadence Records royalties
pending settlementf5Fer two -year-old
Romes' broadminded social set
appears to have recovered from
the initial shock of the Prince
Orisni Belinda Lee headliners.
Since their return from the Ri.
viera the colorful lovers have
been invited to some of the best
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O Mr. and Mrs. Oval Hardwick of Pilon, Panama announce the
afefcagement of their daughter, Alice Esme, to Winters Oliver Hope,
MMl of Mr. and Mrs. Winters Allison Hope of Gamboa.
" Miss Hardwick attended Cristobal High School and plans to
continue her studies after her marriage in the States.
" After graduation from Balboa High School in 1955, Mr. Hope,
attended Mississippi State College before entering the Navy. He is
now stationed at San Diego, uri.
Wedding plans will be announced at a later date.
Ambassador and Lady Henderion
Entertain at Dinner
ifhe British Ambassador and La La-dp
dp La-dp Henderson gave a dinner par
tr- at the British Embassy last
night In honor of Prof, and Mrs.
fTheir guests included the Rec Rec-tor
tor Rec-tor Of the National University and
Mrs. Jaime de la Guardia, Dr. and
Mrs. Conte-Mendoza, Dr. and Mrs.
Rogelio Arias, Miss Carlota Conte Conte-Mendoza,
Mendoza, Conte-Mendoza, Air. and Mrs. Tomas
Guardia and Mr. E. T. BigRs.
Gala Ball To Celebrate
Fourth at the Union Club
The American Society of Pana Panama
ma Panama will sponsor ah Independence
Day ball tomorrow night at the U-
(Contlnued on Page fi.
Divorced By Wife
HOLLYWOOD (UP1) Actor
Barry Sullivan and his wife were
divorced legally yesterday with
tiling of a final qecree of divorce
in Superior Court.
Mrs. Marie M. Sullivan won an
interlocutory decree from Sullivan
June 25, 1957, after 20 years of
marriage. She was awarded $2
100 monthly alimony, an unspeci unspecified
fied unspecified nercentage of his earnings
and $150 a monlh for suppor: of
their daughter, Jenny, 11. Their
son, John. 16, was placed in joint
Singer Delia Reese may wind
up on Broadway this Fall. She's
due in New York in a few days
to audition for three musical
shows. . .The Bohemians are ex
presssing their opinions all over
Greenwich Village, wim i.eruuac
Go Home' scrawled in chalk on
the sides of buildings.
Jules Munshin has found a con convenient
venient convenient way of getting on the
same side of the Atlantic as Imo.
gene Coca, who is in London doing
television with Sid Caesar. Jules
signed for one of the leading roles
in "Broyh.aha." the George Tab.
ori play which Bob Joseph will
produce in London before bringing
it to Broadway and immediately
hopped a plane to the British cap
ital where he'll start rehearsaii
and, by happy coincidence see
Ailing Burgess Meredith opened
in "The Remarkable Mr. Penny Penny-packer"
packer" Penny-packer" in Chicago bolstered by
600,000 units of penicillin. . El Elliott
liott Elliott Nugent's daughter Nancy and
her bridegroom have formed a
motion picture company. Their
first effort will be a film pro luc luc-ed
ed luc-ed in Turkey.
Jonah Jones' engagement at
the Embers promises to be a
blockbuster. He's always been
a big attraction, but his recent
popularity on records has caus caused
ed caused an unusual rush for reserv reservations.
ations. reservations. Julius Monk's stark but suc successful,'
cessful,' successful,' Upstairs-Downstairs oper
alion breathed its last, just a few
hours 'ahead o: the wrecking
crews. But he's already at work
on plans for another night spot at
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Ella Fitzgerald's next record,
ing project should delight the
small fry. She'll croon two doz dozen
en dozen nursery rhymes, with origin,
al lyric added to tho ones wo
all know, at her now album....
Otto Promingor't Intimates ex expect
pect expect him to marry Hope Bruce,
tho beautiful dark haired model
with whom he's soon every
where for months.
The theme song of the TV show
"The Price Is Right" should ring
a bell with attentive members ol
the Shubert Alley crowd. It was
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COLUMBUS, Ga. (UPI) The
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orders: Raise thos"e candy-striped
poles to at least 10 feet above
This command came down, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday from the citv commission.
which had given audience to a
man witn a complaint.
Harold Rose, a bookkeenn- n.
peared before the governing body
Dearing evidence ol a collision.
He wag walking along Broad,
way reading a catalogue, he ex explained,
plained, explained, when his head handed
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hands only and put yourself in the
position of the East player.
You drop the deuce of spades
on your partner's opening queen
of spades lead and declarer wins
with the king. He goes after the
club suit next and your partner
wins the third lead. This gives
you a chance to make a discard.
What should it be?
A quick use of the point count
marks declarer with every miss missing
ing missing high card except the. jack of
spades, already shown by your
partner's queen opening. You
need an immediate heart shift to
beat the contract and what play
could be more natural than a
signal with the jack.
If you arc playing with an or ordinary
dinary ordinary partner you had best give
t'eis signal. It turns out that you
won't beat the hand because
South happens to hold four hearts
to the eight and your high heart
discard has given him a stopper.
If you are a good player and
your partner is very good you
don't need to waste a high heart
to get the desired lead. All you
have to do is to chuck the deuce
Your very good partner will do
a little point counting of his own.
He will note that declarer can
have a good no-trump without a
heart honor. He will also note that
you might have been unable to
spare a hih heart. He will furth
er note that you have signaled off
in all other suits. Out will come
the four of hearts and South will
bt down two tricks.
Q The bidding has been:
South West North Eat
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Pass 1 4 Double Pass
2 ee 2 4 Pass Pass
3 Pass 3N.T. Pass
- You, South, hold:
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A Pass. Your partner ha
heard the biddins
i The bidding has been:
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14 IV Double Pass
You, South, hold:
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THURSDAY. JULY 3, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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HOLLYWOOD (NEW) Guys and
Dolls: Beauty contest time is just
around the corner a corner al always
ways always worth peeking around and
today I hive one doll's opinion why
sn tpw ho itv contest winners ever
get any place in the movies. It's
those darn bathing sutis, says sta statuesque
tuesque statuesque and hazet-oroed Lisa Si Si-fnone.
fnone. Si-fnone. And now don't tell me you
don't remember Lisa.
She was Miss Franee in last
year's Mis Universe beauty pa pageant.
geant. pageant. Remember 36-23-35?
IT'S THOSE bathing suits, ar argues
gues argues Lisa, standardizing entrants
so completely that individuality
is destroyed. Instead of a bathing
suit, Lisa wanted to wear a Biki Bikini
ni Bikini in the" contest, but the judges
"May-bee ze bikini I weeshed to
wear wduld not 'ave won ze ti'le,"
Lisa tole me. "but eet would 'ave
made ze movie producair look
twice. Eenstead, zey deedn't look
They treat entrants in beauty
contests like prize hogs at a sock
exhibit, she argues, and: "Who
evair.' remembers ze hog who ween
ze bhie ribbon?" After a year in
Hollywood, Lisa's played only one
role,' with Tony Curtis in U-I's
"The Perfect Furlough."
"But eet ees a.start," she said,
with a shrug,. ''and now I must ma make
ke make ze mos' of eet."
graphical Error of 1958 isn't Anne
Baxter's iaea of lun. She's mad,
mad, mad. On a personal-appearance
tour tor ner new movie,
"Chase A Crooked Shadow," a
Texas newspaper deported that
'she's the "grandmother" of Frank
He's her grandfather and now,
wails Anne, "I'm 140 years Oidr"
but in Canada It was worse.
Tnere was a photo of Anne and a
photo of a baby elephant in a pa paper
per paper one day with transparent cap captions.
tions. captions. Under Anne's oomphy pho.o
was the line, "A jumDo Moutmul."
Under the other: "At Capitol To Today
day Today in Person."
It's just gotta be gremlins.
Holly woodies Are Talking About:
Hugh O'Brian and his attorneys
looKing for a loophole in his Wyatt
Earp contract so he can bow out
of the series. He says he made a
request to leave the Show, which
was .urned aown. Now it may be
courtroom war instead of gun war
....That marquee sign on a Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood theater:
'Special Kiddie Show Plus Bri Bri-gitte
gitte Bri-gitte Bardot "And God Created
JEFFREY HUNTER is just about
ready to pluck a couple of gray
hairs off his head, tie em up with
ribbon and send them to his studio
bosses. He's been typed too long, he
says, "as a rich college boy" at
20th- century Fox, where he is in
the third year of his second seven,
"I'm matured," says Jeff, "but
pleasantly youthful is my cate category
gory category at Foxt But who wants a
pleasantly youthful rich college
boy in a movie today?" His lat latest
est latest film, "The Last Hurrah," may
help his maturity cause. He plays
the strong role of Spencer Tra Tracy's
cy's Tracy's nephew and says he learned
plenty working with Tracy and
Director John Ford.
Ford, he says, makes you teel
like tyou can do anything. He ask asked
ed asked Tracy for some career advice
and got it. Said Tracy: "Just work,
work, work and work. "So instead
of just collecting his salary this
this summer, Jeff will do "Cat on
a Hot Tin Roof" in summer stock
and concentrate on adding a few
more gray hairs to his head.
St Lawrence Seaway Nears Completion
As Dam Opens; Set For Shipping By Spring
WENDELL NILES' line about a
couple named Lavine who are such
great Doager fans they na.r.e:!
their lates. child Chavez Lav'ne
, . John Conte's illtated "Foun "Foundation
dation "Foundation for the Preservation jf
"Matinee Theater.' He askedfor
contributions from viewers to pav
the talent and keep the show on
tne air. But red-faced NBC, worried
about the pay TVish idea, will
make it a lost cause by replacing
Matinee with two half-hour soap
operas in late June.
OVERHEARD: One studio ex
ecutive to another: "What really
worries me is all the unemployed
people on my payroll."
In a studio wardrtowf dept.: "A
century ago it took two sheep to
clothe one woman. Today a silk silkworm
worm silkworm can do it on his day off."
ANNE BAXTER as Miss Typo-
POLICE QUESTION REFUGEES
WESTCLIFF-ON .sea, eng.and
(UPI) Police disclosed yesterday
that they questioned three Hun.
garian refugees during the week weekend
end weekend because they took photo photographs
graphs photographs in a restricted area,
it was reported the Hungarians
told police they were trying out
a new camera and did not know
they were in a restricted area.
Police confiscated the film and
released the unidentified refugees
pending further investigation.
&fhe freedom-loving peoples of the world
are proud to congratulate a Qreat Country
on the i8ihd Anniversary of independence
Cordial (Best Wishes to Our
PINTURAS ISTMENAS S. A.
MASSENA, N.Y. (UPI) The
billion dollar, four year strugge
by the United States and Canada
to conquer the St. Lawrence River
ended yesterday with a dynamite
blast that opened a passage to
the Midwest for ocean shipping.
Thirty tons of dynamite de destroyed
stroyed destroyed a 600-foot cofferdam teat
had held the river in check, send
ing more than 23 billion cubic
feet of water churning into a 25 25-mile
mile 25-mile power pool.
Two miles away, the water
surged against the base of tne
Barnhart power dam that will pe pe-come
come pe-come the second largest power
plant in the world. The dam will
produce 1,880,000 kilowatts from
its 32 generators when it swings
into full operation.
The power phase of the project
is scheduled to go into oar.ial op operation
eration operation this summer. The seaway
that will turn the Midwest into a
"fourth coast" is expected to he
opened to ocean vessels noxt
The new channel will have
seven locks and a depth of 27
feet, sufficient to accommodate 85
per cent of the world's ships, i'he
old St. Lawrence Waterway naa
22 locks and a depth of only 14
U. S. and Canadian construc construction
tion construction firms employed more than
100,000 workers in building the
massive dams and seaway struc structures.
tures. structures. Whole towns and villages
For Noisy Defense
Of Her Husband
NEW YORK .(UPI) Actress
iBetsy Von Furstenberg tried to
argue a patrolmak out of arrest arresting
ing arresting her husband on a drunk driv driving
ing driving charge yesterday and landed
in jail herself on charges of djr djr-derly
derly djr-derly conduct and interfering with
Patrolman David Prltsker said
he saw the 26 year old actress
and her husband, Guy Vincent,
39, leave an East Side bar at
4:20 a. m. and climb intoa car.
iHesaid the car then meandered
down the street at excessive
speed with no lights. Prruker
flagged the car down. When he
tried to arrest Vincent, the ac actress
tress actress used loud and boisterous
language that caused a crowd to
collect, the patrolman said.
Vincent pleaded innocent "to the
drunk driving charge and was re released
leased released in $500 bail for a hearing
July 15. Miss Von Furstenberg
pleaded innocent to disorderly
conduct and interfering with an
officer and was released in her
own recognizance for a hearing
The blast that marked the final
stage of the modern day con
struction miracle was witnessed
by thousands of persons lining the
U.S. and Canadian sides of the
power project, including Gav
Averell Harriman of New York
and Robert Moses, chairman of
the New York Power Authority
The seaway and power project
was begun m 1954. Its completion
will come about .wo and one half
centuries after the first crude
waterway 18 inches deep was
dug around the St. Lawrence
rapids by missionaries and In
During construction of the Can Canadian
adian Canadian and American power hous houses,
es, houses, the St. Lawrence had been
diverted away from the site to
create a dry area for working.
The blast Tuesday permitted the
river td regain its old course and
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Effctive June 28
also to inundate a much wider
Destruction of the cofferdam
was timed iO coincide with Can Canada's
ada's Canada's Dominion Day. The power
pool is expected to reach its final
level on July 4.
Rockets and aerial bombs sig signaled
naled signaled the "count down" that pre preceded
ceded preceded the dynamite blast. A
mountainous wall of water surged
across ihe razed land that will
become known as Lake St. Law Lawrence.
rence. Lawrence. It will have an area of
more than 100 square miles.
Compromise In Plan
Secretary Neil H. McElroy indi indicated
cated indicated today the administration
woufd drop its wght for an "in "insubordination"
subordination" "insubordination" clause in its de defense
fense defense reorganization plan if Con Congress
gress Congress would restore two other
The possibility of a compromise
in the deadlock between Congress
and President Eisenhower over
his controversial proposals was
raised by McElroy's testimony
before the Senate Armed Services
The secretary also testified that
it would be impossible for the
historic ,U.S. Marine Corps to lose
its identity under the plan.
"Aside from the legal aspects,"
he said, "from a practical matter
it would be impossible."
On the compromise, McElroy
indicated the administration
would not insist on a nrrtvicinn 1a
forbid some service leaders from
going airectly to Congress with
their gripes if Congress would re restore
store restore two other administration
These would cut the responsibil responsibility
ity responsibility of individual service secretar secretaries
ies secretaries and give the President powe
to merge or abolish service func functions.
tions. functions. Sen. Stuart Symington (D-Mo.)
a committee member, asked Mcl
Elroy Whether the administration
would be willing to forget t h e
provision which the President said
was necessary, to prevent insub.
ordination if it got the other two.
McElroy said he personally
would be receptive to such a
compromise. Getting the other
two would make the insubardina insubardina-tion
tion insubardina-tion provision "considerably less
important," he said.
Meanwhile, Chairman Richard
B. Russell (D.Ga.) announced the
group would meet in executive
session tomorrow with McElroy
and other defense leaders.
He said they would exp'ore the
squabble raised after McElroy
criticized testimony of AHm Ar
leigh Burke, chief of naval opera-
uons, wno tai'ea to go aown tne
line for parts of the President's
McElroy s statements prompted
Russell to halt testimony of mil military
itary military chiefs until he got a public
statement from McFArmv t. h a t
they would not be subject to re.
prisai ior expressing tneir non' t
McElroy subsequent' provided
a written pledge along those lines
and his appearance before the
group today aaoaren.ly mark marked
ed marked an end to the dispute.
By Rock Throwing
Ef.T.T.TAV fia rilPH An nn
identified motorist stopped at a
Hiffhwav Patrnl etatinn npar.Viorp
to complain that someone had
inrown rocxs at nis car.
Officers went to thp srpnp nf
rock-throwing and found that a
car had crashed down an em embankment,
bankment, embankment, killing one of its oc occupants
cupants occupants and spriouslv ininrincr
Donald Lee Kincaid, 19, who
suffered a broken leg, had
crawled back to thp pHpp nf thp
highway and had thrown the
rocKs in an enort to summon
Patrolmpn saiH the hnAv nf rioi
las Monroe McGill, 18,- was found
in the car. Charlie Henry, 24, was
pinned beneath the vehicle and
receivea a Droken leg and inter internal
nal internal injuries.
(jreetinad to ail I.S.
Citizeni in llie
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Fresh as all Outdoors
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The fact that you may find it
difficult to write a letter of con condolence
dolence condolence to a friend who has lost
a member of his family doesn't
excuse you from writing the
note. Just remember that such
letters are not easy for anyone
to write. But however poorly
they may be expressed they are
appreciated by the person to
whom they are sent.
For each letter shows thRt
some friend cares enough to
want to express his symphathy.
NCO Wives Club Mm
"On July 1, the fort Clayton
NCO Wives' Club nelu uieir regui
ar monthly business meeting in the
ballroom of the Fort Clayton NCO
Open Mess. Volunteers to serve
as committee chairmen lor the
next three-month period were as
follows: Programs, Alice Craver
and Helen shannon; hospitality,
urace Truscott; publicity, Beverly
jMenk; ways and means, Saran
helming; bingo, Rosary Bullock.
Mrs. Esther Moore, outgoing
piesidem, was presented with a
Hakarta doll. Each incoming offi officer
cer officer in turn pinnned corsages on
iiie outgoing officers. .Ma
Named to Dun's List
Mr. Carroll B. Robertson of Dia Dia-olo
olo Dia-olo iias oeen notified by the Uni University
versity University of Arizona that he was
nameu to the Dean's List for the
semester ending in June.
An employe ot the Electrical Di Division
vision Division at Madden Dam, Mr. Rob Robertson
ertson Robertson has been taking his univer university
sity university work during leaves and ex expects
pects expects to complete the requirements
ior a degree with one more semes semester's
ter's semester's study.
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all children need the vitamins, minerals, and pro protection
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TO DEVELOP STRONG BONES, healthy teeth and
enjoy good health, every child should drink one
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"We hold these truths to be self self-evident
evident self-evident ..." With these words,
our founding fathers stated our
right to life, liberty and the pur pursuit
suit pursuit of happiness. Today we honor
those mIio made this right a glori glorious
ous glorious reality, and pledge ourselves
ever to preserve it.
cJhe cfirst Ylational City
(Baali of Ylew Jork
Major Brockmier Wins Award
At Tea st masters Club Mooting.
Major William E. Brockmier, U.
hoaanv travs were eivpn S. Army, a guest at the last meet-
the following three ciub members! in8 of tne Isthmian Toastmasters
who leave the command in thebib, won special award for tne
best extemporaneous speech on
current affairs. This part of the
program was directed by Bud liiil liiil-iingsworth.
iingsworth. liiil-iingsworth. Mr. Alfred Terazas,
witn a brief history of the V2 Roc Rocket
ket Rocket won the award ior the mem mem-oer
oer mem-oer showing the most improve improvement.
ment. improvement. Other speeches delivered by Vin Vincent
cent Vincent Biava, Buck Taylor and John
Redding were included in the pro program
gram program given in the Fern Room of
ihe Tivoli Guest House.
The Toastmaster of the evening
near future: Mrs. Vivian Buckbee,
Mrs. Inga Campos and Mrs. Tru Trudy
dy Trudy Dykhuis.
Four new members were wel welcomed
comed welcomed to the club by Mrs. Kay
Rogers, newly elected president.
They were: Mrs. Elsa Boggs, Mrs.
Euna Cameron, Mrs. Juanita
Chambers and Mrs. Jacqueline
Hostesses for the evening were
Mrs. Alice Craver, Mrs. Margaret
Hicks and Mrs. Lenore Freyer.
Members were reminded that
the next social function would be
a morninz coffee at 9:30 on
Wednesday, July 9. NCO Wives! was Gibb Muckey. Ihe meei meei-who
who meei-who are newcomers to the Posting of the Isthmian Toastmasters
are especially invited to attend." Club will be held on July 15.
Canal Zone Gem and Mineral
Society Holds Meeting
The Canal Zone Gem and Min Mineral
eral Mineral society held iheir meeting
at Balboa, last week with Mr.
ami mis. jonn Cnnes, Mr. and
Mrs. Mcllvaine, Mrs. Lee Oren Orenburg
burg Orenburg anu Mr. Oagge.t ans guests,
ine president, Mr. Bauman, ap appointed
pointed appointed a nominating committee
ior the selection of the next crop
oi oiucers who will be elected
and assume their duties at the
The speaker of the evening was
Mrs. Mary Vvorley who spone on
the gem and mineral show held
in Dallas, Texas, May 1 thru 4.
The first word oi advice for any anyone
one anyone visiting such a show was lo
read the literature issued at the
door as soon as spossible in order
to really appreciate the value
and heau.v of the myriads of
stones and gems displayed, ami
also to enable one to find d's
plays of particular interest to
On fho Hiv lh Wnrlpvs visited
i-the show, it was estimated tl at
i between seven and eight thousand
.persons were in attendance. Due
to the press of the crowd it was
difficult to get near some oi me
exhibits, especially the "working
exhibits" where demonstrations of
faceting,' cabachon shaping and
jewelry making were taking place.
Most of the exhibits were
group projects submit. ed by clubs
and societies all ovtr the United
States and a few from foreign
countries, all of which were val valued
ued valued at forty million dollars. One
display was of mammoth jewel jewelry
ry jewelry for ladies, and another f o r
men. It was aH very striking and
took a great deal of ingenuity to
assemble. A. K. Everts Jewelry
Co. of Dallas displayed the fa famous
mous famous "Star of Arkansas" diamond
weighing 8.28 karats, and wh.ch
was found by a lady rockbound
in Arkansas. One of the most most-valuable
valuable most-valuable items was a necklace
worn by Queen Elizabeth at her
coronation and was valued at
$125,000. Needless to say. an arm armed
ed armed guard was present at all
For Getting Funds
SEOUL, Korea UPD Outlawed
Progressive Party leader Clio
Song Am, President Syngmxn
Rhee's only opponent in the 1356
elections, was sentenced to five
years' imprisonment yeslcrdpy
on charges he received political
fu"H from North Korea.
Cho, however, was acquitted on
a charge of espionage. The civ
tence was considered a defeat for
Rhee's government which had
hoped for a death penalty on the
A three-judge panel' ruled thit
the 60-year old Cho, one of th
nation's top political leaders since
the liberation, was not guilty oi
espionage for advocating reunifi reunification
cation reunification of Korea in opposition lo
Seoul government policy.
But i, convicted him of receiving
money from Yang Myung Sam. a
North Korean agent, who also re received
ceived received a five-year sentence.
An onyx dinner set proved very
attractive. There were place set settings
tings settings for four with numerous oth other
er other pieces numbering 147 altogeth altogether.
er. altogether. The Woodward Ranch in West
Texas which specializes in plum
agate, had a 90 pound agate on
display. This is one of the many
places scattered over the United
States which is open to the pub
lie, and for a nominal s u m,
rockhiunds may hunt all day daylong.
long. daylong. Of special interest was a
silver flatware set with agate
handles. This was1 noteworthy not
only because of its beauty, but
because of the fact that the man
who fashioned then) had taken
up the art of silver making at
the age of 71, and had been so
successful at it that he now re receives
ceives receives oret's from all parts of
the United States and Europe for
his silver sets.
Mrs. Worley's interesting talk
ended with a brief description and
the display of some agatized fern
root and petrified palm, both of
which have been written up in
the Lapidary Journal.
Gafun Makes Plans
For Festive Fourth
Of July Celebration
Anna iiinin f!-tiin i e nlinnin?
win c- (Again umuH iBt uioni''.s
to celebrate the 4th of uly with
a community dinner atra festivit festivities.
ies. festivities. This event has come to be an
annual affair since the communi
ty first celebrations of over thirty
years ago. with an all night bar barbecue,
becue, barbecue, baseball games and bingo
in the area adjacent to the Atlant Atlantic
ic Atlantic Locks. The affairs have hanged
with the passing of the years but
regardless of the change, fun and
a good time f and an excellent din dinner
ner dinner can always be ci..tnted upon
bV the residents of Gatun.
The celebration of the 4th of
July will begin thit year with the
flag raising at the Gatun Swim Swimming
ming Swimming Pool by Boy Scout Troop 12
of Gatun and the flag raising at
the Gatun Civic council quonset
Hirs by Brownie Troop 35 of Ga Gatun.
tun. Gatun. From nine to ten at the base baseball
ball baseball field there will be horseback
rides for all the children and from
ten thirty to noon at the baseball
field there will be a track meet.
Everyone from four to over forty
is included in this event with
races, a wheelbarrow race, sack
races and a special sack race for
men over forty, and there'll be
prizes for everyone.
A fish dinner will be served at
the Gatun Civic Council Quonset
Huts at noon. Visitors are wel welcome
come welcome and tickets will be available
for adults at $1.00 and children
50 cents. All paid members of the
Gatun Civic Council may pick up
'hnir admission tickets at 'he
There will be fire truck rides
for the children following the din dinner
ner dinner and at 2:30 p.m. there will be
a free showine of a family movie
at the Gatun Theater.
IT0DAY ENCANTO .25 -.151
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A N A S T A S I A"
Lex Barker In
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my most sincere thanks to the Gov Governor,
ernor, Governor, Lt. Governor, The American Legion, The American
Legion Auxiliary, and all the many friends for their
sympathy and kindness during my recent bereatement.
CLAUD M. KREGAR.
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THURSDAY, JtTLT I, 1HI
THE PANAMA AMERICAN m AN INDEPENDENT DATT.T NEWSPAPER
Future Space Ships
May Be Propelled
By Nuclear Blasts
WASHINGTON, July 3 (UP)
The Defense Deparment today
ordered a study to see whether
nuclear explosions can be harnes harnes-sed
sed harnes-sed for the proprttion of space
ships. , . j
"This is one of a series of in investigations
vestigations investigations involving new means
of nropulsoh lor space applica applications."!
tions."! applications."! said Roy W. Johnson, di director
rector director of the Pentagon' l Advanc
ed Research Projects Agency.
Johnson authorized the Air
Force Research and Development
command to place a "feasibility
study contract" with General At Atomic
omic Atomic Division of General Dynamic
Corp. at San Diego, Cal.
The contract called for spend spending
ing spending only one milliot. dollar in U
fiscal year that started yesterday,
an indication of the fact that the
Idea of using nuclear explosions in
-controlled power plants was at its
very earliest stages.
Johnson said the General At Atomic
omic Atomic Division proposal was oil
ferent from other concepts for
nuclear propulsion "in that it
looks to the employment ot a ser series
ies series of controlled detonations with within
in within the atmosphere ,and beyond.
He emphasized that the contract
was only for -study" but said it
could lead to a 'distinct advance
in propulsion capability."
Civil Rights Croup
Meets To Discuss
EAST LANSING, 'Mich. (UPD-,
The Civil Rights Commission was
scheduled to huddle behind closed
doors today for its fif?t meeting
since the suspension of integration
at Little Rock's Central Htgii
Commission Chairman John A.
Hannah president of Michigan
State University, said lie "wasn't
sure" f the commission would
enter into the Little Rock contro.
versy during the meeting.
An order suspending integration
at Central High was issued June
21 by federal district Judg Harry
J. Lemley. A 2V4.year delay was
granted. The Supreme Court Mon.
day refused to rule directly on
Serving with Hannah on the
commission are John S. Battle
former governor of Virginia
Doyle E. Carlton, former gover governor
nor governor o' Florida'; the Rev Theo Theodore
dore Theodore M. Hesburg, president of the
University of Notre Dame; and
Robert G. Storey, dean of South Southern
ern Southern Methodist University Law
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hairs 0f the attack periscope of the USS Nautilus in San Francisco Bay. The nuclear-powered
submarine visited San Francisco to demonstrate her underwater prowess to a group ol
newsmen and government dignitaries.
to all our good If
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k71 salute to the II 1
leaded States of America 1
. on the I
4th of JULY
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1956
Water Skiing, Boat Races Tomorrow At Cristobal Y
n : :
V Ja -dSReRReRRR- BSS SRf
Club de Yates y Pesca
Of Panama, Cristobal
join For Celebration
Water sports lovers are in for a big day at the
Cristobal Yacht Club tomorrow afternoon when
I there will be water skiing exhibitions and motorboat
Li ira.. ..;.t fVirfri nf lulv nrn-i
fram is the result of an mvrU mvrU-ktion
ktion mvrU-ktion extended to the Club de Ya Ya-tes
tes Ya-tes y Pesca of Panama by th j
Cristobal Yacht Club,
ft Ernesto de la Guardia III,
tpresident of the Panama City
Club de Yates y Pesca, enthusias enthusiastically
tically enthusiastically cooperated with the idea
of (lending over water skiers and
ifooat racers. This move will un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly help to eement relations
foetween Atlantic and Pacific side
Water sports enthusiasts.
' The water skiing exhibition, Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's version of the Cypress
Gardens games; will be directed
by Frank Hirt.
Ramon Midence is a prime fa-
Rules, Program Outlined
For Pan-American Games
' CHICAGO The rules and gen
iral irogram for the third Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American Games to be held in Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, August 27-September 7, have
been released by the Chicago Or Or-fanizuu;TCommittee.
fanizuu;TCommittee. Or-fanizuu;TCommittee. The fules are in general the
tame as those which apply for
the conduct o fand participation in
the Olympic Games. They were
drafted by the Pan American
Sports Organization at a congress
held in Mexico City in March, 1935.
Twenty sports are included in
the Chicago program. These in include
clude include 'track and field, gymnasticst
fcombat sports (boxing, fencing,
shooting and wrestling), water
Sports (swimming, diving, water water-bolo),
bolo), water-bolo), basketball, baseball, eques equestrian
trian equestrian sports, nautical sports (row (rowing
ing (rowing 'and yachting), cycling, foot football,
ball, football, weightlifting, modern pentath pentathlon,
lon, pentathlon, tennis and volleyball.
The Games will bring to Chica Chicago
go Chicago some 2,000 athletes who will be
housed at the University of Chica Chicago
go Chicago during their stay in Chicago.
Under the rules, all contesrantes
will receive a commemorating
Sadge and e participation certi
Scale in the Pan-American Games.
Other prizes offered will be the
I For Individual competitions:
u! l. To th -winner Vermeil Med-
II and Diploma;
2. For the second place Silver
Medal and Diploma;
v & For third place Bronze Med Medal
al Medal and Diploma.
. For team competition:
1 .For the winning team A
Diploma and a Medal of Vermeil,
i -ANiMWr33 eeelBfei' jfifj
M&fTA Y MOTTA, LTDA.
FAN AM A COMIN
vorlte t& win the free for all
race with his new boat "Loli'a."
which is capable of speeds up 10
60 m.p.h. The boat is powered by
a Mercury "55" H. engine.
Porfirio Saiz will enter a simi similar
lar similar boat called "Margue" which
is also powered by a Mercurv
"55" ,H. But Saiz' boat s ap approximately
proximately approximately 100 pounds heavier
than Midence's. This boat, howev however,
er, however, will have art advantage on the
Ten trophies are offered, five
for the water skiers and five for
the boat raters.
The free-for-all race is planned
over the long marathon course
and is sure to be full of thrills.
and to each of its members a Di
2. For second place A Dipln
ma and a Silver Medal, and to each
of its members a-Diploma;
3. For third place A Bronze
Medal and Diploma, and to each
of its members a Diploma.
Isthmian Sports Car
Chitre Rally Begins
Tomorrow morning is starting
time for the Isthmian Sports Car
Club's second annual Chitre rallv
Drivers will meet at the Cocoli
Clubhouse at 9:30 a.m., where
they will be briefed. They will
then proceed to the starting line,
and will be started at .regular in
tervals of fifteen minutes.
Those drivers who participated
in the first rally' last year, will
remember an interesting course,
although driving conditions were
not the best. This year driving
conditions are much improved and
the course will be challenging.
Hotel reservations have been
made at the new Hotel El Prado
in Chitre. Friday evening at a
presentation dinner, trophies will
be presented to the winners.
A road tour to Ocu and the sur surrounding
rounding surrounding countryside has bc?n
planned for Saturday Sunday the
group will return to Panama Ci City
ty City by caravan.
(Based en 150 official at bats)
Pliyar and Club G AB R H Pet.
Mays, S. F. 71 286 59 105 .367
Musial, St. Louis 66 241 37 86 .357
Ashburn, Phila. 67 263 41 88 .335
Flood, St. Louis 52 164 23 55 .335
Dark, Chicago 56 228 25 76 .333
Crowe, Cinci. 52 170 16 55 .324
Green, St. Louis 62 256 46 82 .320
Torre Mil. 63 160 19 51 .319
Temple, Cinci. 68 265 36 83 .314
Cerv, K. C.
Ward, K. C.
Wil iams, Boston
71 181 36 92 .327
59 172 26 56 .326
68 255 53 82 .322
62 204 30 65 .319
65 257 48 81 .315
60 233 32 73 .313
51 161 11 50 .311
65 211 42 65 .308
71 284 35 87 .307
65 251 35 77 .307
Thomas, Pirates 22
Banks, Cubs 20
Cepeda, Giants 16
Mathews, Braves 16
Walls, Cubs 16
Mays, Giants 16
Jensen, Red Sox 24
Cerv, Athletics 21
Sievers, Senators 18
Triandos, Orioles 16
Mantle, Yankees 16
RUNS BATTED IN
Thomas, Pirates 66
Banks, Cubs 56
Cepeda, Giants 50
Spencer, Giants 49
Mays, Giants 45
Jensen, Red Sox 62
Cerv, Athletics 60
Sievers, Senators 48
Lemon, Senators 44
Gernert, Red Sox 43
(Based en 7 Decisions)
National League W L Pet.
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
Koufa, Dodgers 7 3 .700
Larsen, Yankees 7 1 .871
Turley, Yankees Jl 3 .786
Ford, Yankees 9 3 .750
Pappas, Orioles 5 2 .714
Sullivan, Red Sox 5 2 .714
Moore White Sox 5 2 .714
Polly Riley Heads
US Curtis Cup Team
NEW YORK (UPI)-Polly Riley
of Fort Worth, Tex., a veteran
of five previous series, headed
eight players today who were
named to the U.S. Curtis Cup
team which meets Britain's ton
women amateur golfers at West
Newton, Mass., Aug. 8 and 9.
Miss Riley and Barbara Ro Ro-mack
mack Ro-mack of Sacramento, Calif., who
has participated in two of the
series, were the only veterans se selected
lected selected by the U.S. Golf Associa.
The six first-timers named were
Meriam Bailey of Evanston, 111.,
Joanne Gunderson of Kirkland,
Wash., Mrs. Les Johnston of
Mason City, Iowa, Barbara Mcln.
tyre of Lake Padk, Fla., Anne
Quist of Marysville, Wash., and
Anne Richardson of Columbus,
Two alternates selected were
Mrs. Philip J. "Cudone of Mont,
clair, N.J., and Mrs. James Fer.
rie of Gardena, Calif.
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CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2904
Atlantic Junior Cage
By Conrado Sargeant
Jockeys Heliodoro (Papito) Qus
tines and Carlos Quiros both were
discharged from the San Fernan Fernando
do Fernando Clinic at noon last Tuesday.
Gustines, however, will be on the
sidelines for approximately two
months because of a line fracture
of the humerus bone in his left
arm. He was injured in a fall off
Pocas Puchas in Saturday s sixth
Quiros had been kept in the Cli
nic several days alter suffering a
concussion following his fall last
Saturday in the fifth race off na
tive filly Victoria.
Meanwhile, Gustines' arch-rival,
Braulio Baeia, has received
permission from his doctor to
begin galloping horses next Mon Monday.
day. Monday. He will probably return to
competition in another two
Four newcomers are scheduled
to make their debut tomorrow and
Saturday: Renata, Evening Star,
Critico and Skoll.
Renata, a three-year-old chest
nut filly by Robson Chiclata, is
owned by the Stud Kedara and
trained by Isaac (Sam) Jimenez.
She goes in the eighth race for
Evening Star and Critico will
bow into the picture in Saturday's
tenth race. They are reportedly
highly rated in their native Chile.
Evening Star is a four-year old
bay daughter of Forest Row-En-sariad.
She will race under the
colors of the Stud Chumungu and
is being trained by Ernesto E. Fen Fen-ton.
ton. Fen-ton. Critico is another classy mem member
ber member of the Gabriel Ossa Vicuna
string trained by Salvador Jime Jimenez.
nez. Jimenez. He is a bay five-year-old off offspring
spring offspring of Roldan-Kin Sin.
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, July 3 (UPI It's
an irony of this year's all star
game that two of the major's hot hottest
test hottest pitchers probably will spend
July 8 fishing at home instead of
pitching in Baltimore.
They're Brooks Lawrence of
the Cincinnati Redlegs and Jim
Bunning of the Detroit Tigers
who are making up for s 1 o w
starts with mid-summer streaks.
Lawrence stretched ihis winning
streak to five games when he
pitched a four-hitter that gave
the Redlegs a 1-0 victory over the
Milwaukee Braves last night while
Bunning ran his string to four ;a
a row with a four-hitter that pac paced
ed paced the Tigers to a 5-0 conquest
of the Kansas City Athletics.
Each pitcher has two shutouts
in his streak and Bunning also
had a one-run game in which he
struck out 14 New York Yankees
Lawrence, who let the first
Brave reach base in five differ
Skoll, a three-year-old chesLiut
colt by Vicinity-Skoda, is also own owned
ed owned by Ossa Vicuna and trained by
Jimenez. This Chilean-bred youngs youngster
ter youngster goes in Saturday's eleventh
Kensington and Dona Flora
have new owners. The speedy
Kensington, once considered the
fastest horse in training locally,
was acquired by the Stud Cada
and is being trained by Jose Os Oscar
car Oscar Mendoza.
Dona Flora was bought by the
Stud Irlandes with Alberto Perei Perei-ra
ra Perei-ra in charge of getting the frac fractious
tious fractious filly in winning shape.
Marcos Hurley and Ruben (Ca (Caliche)
liche) (Caliche) Vasquez are the only two
jockeys who paid up in order to
return to the saddle this week weekend.
end. weekend. Vasquez, who had a four four-meet
meet four-meet suspension, forked out $40.
Suspended jockeys with four or
less meets pending are offered
the option of cancelling their
suspensions by paying a fine of
$10 per meet.
The construction of several new
barns in the stable area will be
begun soon because of the large
number of new importations ex
-pected. It has been reported by'
the track's information office that
several Chilean owners and train trainers
ers trainers will come to the local track
before the end of this year.
The track management also
plans to import a large number of
Ecuarforean jockey Manuel Cor Cor-rea
rea Cor-rea will make his local debut to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow aboard the fractious Pap Pap-Da
Da Pap-Da Flynn in the first race. Correa
has reportedly won more than 50
races in his homeland.
Day July 8
ent innings, got the game's only
run in the third inning when
Johnny Temple doubled, moved to
third on an infield out and scor scor-e
e scor-e d on Gus Bell's sacrifice fly. Jo Joey
ey Joey Jay, who struck out five bat
ters and yielded five hits, was
fhe hard-luck loser.
I The loss cut the Braves' Nation National
al National League lead over the idle second-place
St. Louis Cardinals to
three games. The Redlegs' only
two previous victories over Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee this year were scored by
Bob Purkey. Cincinnati lost 18 of
22 gan.-s to the world champions
Bunning, pitching in 90-deree
weather in Detroit, struck out
five and walked three to give
the Detroit staff its first com complete
plete complete game since June 24. Bun Bunning,
ning, Bunning, Billy Martin, Al Kaline and
Ossie Virgil each had two hits in
the Tigers' 14-hit attack on Ralpn
Terry and Walt Craddock. Bun Bunning,
ning, Bunning, who stood 2-5 on June 3
started his turnabout the day
Bill Norman replaced Jack Tighe
as the Tigers' manager, June 11.
Willie Mays, Ray Jablonski and
Bob Schmidt homered as the
San Francisco Giants beat the
Chicago cuoa, 5-, in the only
other National League. Game. In
other American League action,
the New York Yankees stretched
their first-place lead to 9V4 games
witha 4-1 triumph over the Bal
timore Orioles and the Washing Washington
ton Washington Senators defeated the Boston
Red Sox, 5 3.
Stu Miller gained his second
win of the season for San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco although Johnny Amtonelli
go, the last out in the ninth by
retiring pinch-hitter Jim Bolger.
Lee Walls hit his 16th homer for
the Cubs and Sammy Taylor dou doubled
bled doubled home another run to give
them an early 2-1 lead. Dick
Drott suffered his sixth defeat
Relief ace Ryne Duren yielded
only one hit in ihe last two in innings
nings innings as the Yankees rolled to
their seventh triumph in 10
games. Hank Bauer went 5-for-5
to lead the Yankees' 11 hit at attack
tack attack on Billy O'Dell, who suffer
ed his ninth defeat. The victory
went to Zack Monroe, who yield yielded
ed yielded five hits in seven innings in
his first major league start. The
Yankees brought him up from
Denver in the American Associa Association
tion Association where he had a 10-2 record.
Center-fielder Faya Throneber Throneber-ry's
ry's Throneber-ry's great catch of Lou Berberel s
bid for a three-run ninth inning
homer Helped Washington's Canu
lo Pascual win his first star
sine June S. Clint Courtney
drove in three runs for the Sena
tors while Ted Williams hammer
ed 4 taraaun homer for tha Ked
Atlantic Junior Basketball League
Teams W L Pet.
Cristobal 5 1 .833,
Orange Crush 4 1 .800
Pepsi Cola 4 2 .667
Margarita 4 .200
Squirt 6 .000
Tomorrow Games (July 4) 2:30
Squirt vs Orange Crush
Margarita vs Pepsi Cola
Monday's Games (July 7)
Cristobal vs Orange Crush
Squirt vs Margarita 14,
Tuesday's Games (July 8)
Orange Crush vs Pepsi Cola
Two weeks of cage activity at
the Margarita gym finds the Cris.
tobal quintet pacing the Atlantic
Junior Basketball 'League with a 5
and 1 record. The first half race
has rapid y developed into a three
day hattle with Cristobal, Orange
Crush and Pepsi Cola still in the
thick 0 the fight.
Pepsi Cola's Eddie Paboh has
been the scoring star for the past
week, leading his team with a
20-point ef.ort in their 51 to 38
win over Margarita last Thursday.
The Pepsi star came back with a
31 point attack against Orange
Crush to hand the latter their : irst
defeat on June 30th. Pabon's 23
point first half broke the back of
Orange Crush early in that game
and they feel victims to a 51 to 38
The Cristobal five had ko battle
hard to hold on the top slot in the
cage race. They came racing from
behind in a June 26th effort a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the winle'ss Squirt for a
close 41 to 40 win. The last place
Squirt quintet have fallsn Vic.
tims to several of these close de decisions
cisions decisions in the young IVfargarita sea.
son. Cristobal's Boseman. Sasso
and Crawford has given the league
'eaders an even balance 0" scor.
ing power to account for their Vi
Margarita scored their lone vic
tory at tne expense ot Squirt in
an extra quarter affah 40 te 38
last Monday night. Jack Corrigan
and Clarence Rienk's scoring pow.
er was not enough to overcome
Russ Stromberg, Ray Croft and
Roy Wilson ... the trio that com combined
bined combined their efforts to post one
game in the win column.
Eddie Smith, playing manager
of the Orange Crush five has man
aged to muster enough punch to
his team within dangerous
No Games Tonight
The games Ordjnarly scheduled scheduled-for
for scheduled-for the Margarita gym for Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night has been called o f and
re-scheduled for tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon as a Dart o' the annual .Titlv
celebration. The Independence
Day twin bill will hP nlavert of
2:30 and 3:30 p.m. at Margarita
ana win leature squirt against Or Orange
ange Orange Crush and Margarita tack tackling
ling tackling Pepsi-Cola.
For Carta Vieja.
Sgt. Sheeley, coach of the Al Al-yrook
yrook Al-yrook flyers, anounced his team
is in ship-shape and ready lo go
full speed in their first official
outing of the. season.
Popular coach of the Carta Vie Vieja
ja Vieja Yanks, Charlie Mc Arthur,
plans to throw everything he Ins
into into the contest to attempt to
upset the fiyers. He has a Urge
squad hat is in good shape from
running in the "track-meet" type
basketball played in the Panama
The preliminary 4th of July
games will start at the Dalboa
gym at 6.45 p.m. The balboa "C"
and"D" t-'ms' will take o-i the
Ancon and Diablo clubs in short
Final game will start at 8 00
The Albrook base band will be
on hand for some spirited mu music.
sic. music. Admission is free.
Starting lineups for the main
Albrook Csrta Vieja
Plaver Of The Day
The Philadelphia Phillies call
Harry AnderSon "miracle whip"
and one look at the way he
swings the bat explains why.
There are those, including Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Manager Birdie Tebbetts,
who claim the Philadelphia left
fielder has the "quickest wrists"
in the National League.
Whether he has- or not may be
a moo! point, but he certainly
swings plenty quick enough and
hard enough to' please the Phils.
The 26-year.otd left handed
hitter from Rising,, Sun. Md.t
drove in three tuns Tuesd a y y-night
night y-night to heir fink lh' Pitsburgh
Firaes, 4.2. f
Anderson clouted JrtS'lOth hom homer
er homer of the year with one on in (he
first inning and then singled
home another run in the third.
Whan h. was finished with his
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
Sari t-rancisco 1
Philacie phia .
Los Angeles V".
31 39 ,451
Philadelphia at Milwaukee
Sc. Louis at Los Angeles (2-T.N)
Chicago at San Francisco
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N)
Cincinnati 001 000 0001 5 1
Milwaukee 000 000 0000 4 1
Lawrence (6-3) and Burgess.
Jay (1-3) and Crandall.
San Francisco 001 003 1005 6 0
Chicago 011 000 0002 9 2
Miller (2 4), AntonelJJ and
Droit (3-6), Elston and S. Tay
Only games scheduled.
I Tonight, in the Claudia Lowe
Gymnasium of the Colegio Abel
Bravo Oi the Atlantic side, Las A.
migas de la Laridad will sponsor
a basketball game featuring the
US Navy A l.Stars irom Rodman
Naval Base vs. the Colon Guara
cheros. Proceeds will go to the
Santa Luisa Asyium in Puerto Pi Pi-lom
lom Pi-lom US Ambassador to Panama Ju Julian
lian Julian Fiske Harrineion. heads a
arge delegation of of icials from
tne u 4, communities and the R.
P. Who Aave been invited.
W Jfo6ppmiarrititon,-of 'the Amer
ican society ot Manama, will don
ate a trophyuo the winner oi this
contest, amr Manuel Aguirre will
donate the consolation trophy.
There will be a preliminary
game which will start at 7 p.m.
and will feature the Margarita
Canal Zone All Stars vs. Los
Guaracheros Jr. fives.
Scores of Pacific Siders are ex expected
pected expected to go over to see this event
to start off the long Fourth of Ju
ly Weekend holiday, so come on.
out With your family and attend
this charity game. Admission will
be 15 cents for adults and children.
Tlie general public is specially in invited
vited invited to attend. f
night's work, his batting average
was up to .304.
Not bad at all for a young fel fellow
low fellow who is putting in only his
ftfih year in professional baseball
and hit only .235 for Schenectady
of the Eastern League as recent,
ly as 1956.
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keep power-producing materials in place and assure longer life.
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ORDERS FROM THr raoviNCES AND OAS STATIONS
, WILL hecf.ivf. immediate attention
W L Pet.
New York at Washington
Kansas City at Chicago
Baltimore at Boston
Only games schedu ed
1 YESTERDyT RESULTS
New York 100 000 120--4 II 0
Baltimore 000 001 0001 6 0
Monroe (1.0), Duren and Berra.
ODell (8-9) and Triandos.
000 000 0000 4 2
011 001 02x-5 14 0
Terry (5.6), .Craddock and Chiti.
Bunning (6-5) and Hegan.
Washington 000 300 0205 8 0
Boston 000 000 1023 7 1
Pascual (4-4), Hyde and Court,
Brewer (3-7), Kiely, Wal' and
Only games scheduled
Ed Bouchee Thankf
Frick For Giving
Him Another fee
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Ed
Bouchee, packing his gear to re re-join
join re-join the Phil ie?. thanked Baseball
Commissioner Ford Frick today
for "another chance" and nrom. nrom.-ised
ised nrom.-ised "I won't let him down."
The 25.year-cud,-fkst -baseman,
back in baseball's good graces
following his Conviction on i mor morals
als morals charge, will fly to Pittsbui!h
to join the Phil'ies today and
Manager Mayo Smith said he will
be in the lineup against Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee tonight.
"I want to thank Mr. Frick 'or
the confidence he has put in me
and I know I Won't let him
down," Bouchee safd.
Frick said in New York that he
spent "many sleepless nights" be be-fore
fore be-fore reaching his decision on Bou Bouchee.
chee. Bouchee. He examined numerous re.
ports and had a long talk with
the player before he made up nis
Bouchee, a married man wi'h
a child of his own, was arrested
last January in Spokane. Wash.,
in a case oif child molesting that
subsequently was reduced to in-'
decent exposure. He pleaded guil guilty
ty guilty and was placed on threa years
Since the date of his probation,
Bouchee voluntarily underwen: a
series of treatments to restore
him to full health.
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THURSDAY, JULY S, 1958
PANAMA AM1RICAN AS PiPEPCTDENT DAILY
Winner In July 4
Free Admission To Track
On U.S. Independence Day
The Stud Los Siete's brillhint hmtit Perdula Perdulario
rio Perdulario is an odds-on choice to add the annual $3,000 ad added
ded added LVS. independence Day Classic to his string of
victorfes at the President Remon racetrack tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon
The track management has in in-vited
vited in-vited Canal Zone Gov. W. E. Pot.
Ur and ether civilian and milita.
ry officials to be their guests lor
Race fans should also be hap hap-py
py hap-py to know that admission will
be completely free to any of the
The main event, as stated be.
fore, shapes up on paper as. a one.
aided affair with the unbeaten Ar.
gentine horse Perdulario sure to
go off a big favorite in the bet betting.
ting. betting. Peddulario's main opposition is
expected to be furnished by the
entry of Informal and Regazza
and the vastly improved Embas Embassy.
sy. Embassy. Newcomer Homan. unpredict unpredictable
able unpredictable Gavilan, slow-starting P.ay P.ay-boy
boy P.ay-boy and Parasol round but the
field of eight starters.
Alfredo Vasquez has the leg up
on Perdulario. Ju'io Rodriguez
will guide Informal while entry entry-mate
mate entry-mate Ragazza will have the fdd.
inn nias Acfuirrp in thp saddle.
Embassy will be ridden by hust-
ling Fernando Alvarez. Gavilan
as usual, will have cowooy
"Squinty" Virgilio Castillo doing
the booting while rank outsider
Parasol will be ridden by Apoli.
nar Reyes Rios. No riders S had
been reported for Homan land
Playboy when these lines were
The vastly superior Perdulario
is expected to take command at
will whenever his rider pleases
and then gallop home to another!
ridiculously easy victory, The run. I
nerup spot should- be a real dog- j
fight with any of the other seven
starters capable of taking it.
Ten other interesting races are j
Included on the program which
jets a three-day weekend of rac
Saturday's main event will be
1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
3rd and 9th RACES
4th and 8lh RACES
the $1,000 Republic of Venezuela
Handi.-an fm- fourth series import.
ed thoroughbreds over a distance
of six furlongs. Venezuela s Am.
bassador to Panama; General Gui.
iwmn Hrippflii Pacheco. will be
the irark's suest of honor and
will nrpsent the winning owner a
The scheduled starters in the
handicap are Silver Heels. His.
trion, El Agheila, Distino Ho.
man, Michiripa, Topacio, Germa.
nion and Kadir.
Ten other prospective thrillers
are included on the interetesting
5 Don Cirilo
10 Al Justo
11 Mohicano (e)
2 Blu. Zulu ()
4 Don Brigido
4 Pan Tostado Manuola Pedr.ua
7 Homan G.rmanio ()
8 Don D.ni Miss Patience
9 Forever Guadalcanal
10 Evening Star Critic.
11 Skoll Bret.
1st Race 4th Series Imp. 1 P$$.
1st RACE Or
1 Orna. Siar A. Gonzales U5
2 Cooksmaid C. Ruiz 110
3 Rosier F. Alvarezll3
4 Coral G. Milord 105x
5 (Rutilante J. Jimenez 110
6 (Pappa Flynn M. Correa 5
2nd Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
2nd RACE OF
1 Zumar M. Hurley 110
2 Sober View J. Phillips 110
3 Empire Cross F. Alvarez 106
4 Charicleia V. Castillo 112
5 Oliver S. Carvajal 113
6 lonias Pet J. Jimenez 105
3rd Rac. "N" Natives 4 Fgs.
1 Folletito J. Phillips 108
2 Guasamaya C. Chong 105x
3 Bosilongo F. Alvarez fit)
4 Noticion G. Milord llOx
5 Domitila No boy lio
6 Don Pastor F. Hidalgo 113
4th Race "H" Natives
3 El Pecmefio
4 Golden Moon
J. Avila 112
C. iBovil 112
S. Carvajal 105
J. Phillips 115
C. Iglesias 106
A. Jordan 115x
5th Rac. "Sp.cial" Imp. I Fgs.
1 Don, Cirilo
F. Hidalgo 106
C. Ruiz U0
4th Rac. 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
1st RACE OF
6 Emily Mary
8 (La Generala
A. Alfaro 101x
O. Chanis 104
J. Phillips 105
C. Bovil lOi
No boy 110
F. Alvarez 110
H. Ruiz i'JS
7th Race Sth Series Imp. 4 Fgs.
2nd RACE OP
1 Greco C. Ruiz 110
2 Cervecero G. Graell 113
3 Phlllipipon A. Reyes.R. 112
4 Paquiro G. Prescott 113
Pool Closes 1:00
Nothing to indicate 501
Would surprise 51
Seems best here 4-5
No. 1 contender -5
Enjoying rare form 3-1
Depends on start 3-1
Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 1.30
Nothing in months 501
Would pay nice odds 5-1
Dangerous contender 2.1
Will fight it out 3.2
Form indicates EVEN
Early speed on'y 10-1
Pool Closes 2:00
Improved in last 5-1
Not good enough 10-1
Vastly improved 2-1
Would pay off 25-1
Seems best here 3-5
Rates good chance 5-2
4 Fgs. Purs. $375.00
Pool Closes 2:30
-Will fight it out
Improved in last
Should be close up
Returns from layoff
Nothing in age's
Doesn't seem likely
Purse $450.00 Pool Closes 3:00
Best early speed
Improved in last
Wide open contest
Purs. $400.00 P.el Closes 3:35
Has strongest finish
Rates fair chance
Can make it here
Enjoying rare form
Should be close up
Last doesn't count
Cou'd make it now
Rates good chance
Purse $500.00 Pool Clos.s 4:1$
Good early speed 10.1
Form indicates 2-1
Dangerous contender 3-1
Not with this rider 15-1
A. Vasquez 115
5 King John
6 Rjb ous
Mi Race "Special" mp. 5 Fgs.
1 Alucinado F. Alvarez 108 Should make it here EVEN
2 Campagnard G. Graell lit) Improved in last 3-1
3 Renata H. Ruiz 112 Speed in workuuls 5-1
4 Dona Flora A. Gonzales 102 Reportedly improved 10-1
5 -Bodegon A. Vasquez 113 In fight to finish EVEN
Hi Rac. Imp. Opn Id Mile Purs. $3000.00 Pool CIosoj 5:10
"U.S. Ind.pnd.nc. Day Clastic" ONE TWO
5 Play Boy
A. Reyes. R. 106
A. Vasquez 124
No boy 106
V. Castillo 114
J. Rodriguez US
B. Aguirre 110
10th Race 45th Series Imp. 4 Ft,s.
1 Al Justo J. Rodriguez U5
j 2 Sputnik A. Vasquez 113
1 3 Red Label J. Jimenez 1)1
! 4 Thunderstreak J. Phillips 108x
5 Golden Rocket A. Alfaro 10'?x
11th Race "G" Natives 4 Fgs.
3 San Cris.
4 Tu.i Fruti
J. Jimenez 115
B. Aguirre HO
G. Milord 105x
J. Rodriguez 110
A. Vasquez 113
A. Reyes. R. 110
1st. Race 7th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
1st RACE OF
2 Oro Purto
3 Destel o
4 Mar Bravo
6 The Squire
No boy 1101
A. Vasquez 110
G. Milord 100x
C. Ruiz 113
B. Aguirre 112
J. Phillips 110
2nd Race 7th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
2nd RACE OF
1 Fudge Gidl
8 (P. Vanidad
7 B ue Zulu)
9 (Tiny Brook
10 (Edith Piaf
V. Castillo 113
J. Phillips 105
B. Aguirre 110
J. Jimenez 106
Fs Alvarez 112
H. Ruiz 108
C. Bovil 110
A. Gonazles 100
E. Ortega 103
No Boy 100
3rd Race "A B" Natives 7 Fgs. Por $500.00
1 Kalalu C. Ruiz 108 Stdong finish in last
2 Dr. Bill F. Alvarez 106 Can score again
3 Linda- Susy A. Alfaro 107x Will fight it out
4 Frijolito J. Rodriguez 110 Form indicates
5 Yosikito D.. Madrid lOlx Ran well in last
4th OF JULY CLASSIC
9th RACE 1-18 Mile Pool Closes: 5:10
1. PARASOL .
5. PLAY BOY
Hard to beat here
r-Could go all the way
Pool Closes 4:40
Would pay fat odds
Seems "sure' thing"
Has class; can win
Enjoying rare form
Apparent y outclassed
Usually close up
Gets real test here
Purs. $500.00 Pool Closes 5:40
Top class material 1-2
Could be upsetter 3-1
Lacks early speed 25-1
Runs well at times 10-1
Improved this week 4.1
Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 4:05
Should be c ose up
Rider only handicap
Not against these
Would pay nice odds
Has lough battle here
Early speed only
Pool Closes 1:00
Form indicates 3 2
Contender this time 31
Better this week 3 1
Usually disappoints 51
Could gpt up now 5.2
Hasn't shown much 5-2
P.el Closes 1:30
-Bad legs hamper 10.1
Has shown nothing 1.1
Distance to liking 3.1
Ran wel1 in last 4.1
Dangerous contender 5-2
Depends on start 5-2
-Seems best here 3 2
Rates chance too 3-2
Longshbt pissibility 5-1
Usually refuses 5-1
Pool Clos.s 2:00
A. REYES R.
V. CASTILLO. 114
J. RODRIGUEZ 115
Neties 4 FB.
J. Jimenez 115 Jockey handicaps
E. Dario 100 Must go lower
G. Milord 107x Could score again
J. Phillips 108 Last doesn't count
A. Gonzales 108 Sharpened for this
2 Black Bee
4 Don Brigido
5 Mr. Jack
5th Rac. C D Natives 7 Fgs.
1 -Chito E. Dario 102
2 Tanara F. Alvarez 115
3 Naranjazo C' Chong lOOx
4 Don Luis M. Hurley 110
5 Toxic D. Madrid 102x
6 Enganoso A. Gonzales 100
! 4th Rac. "Specie
" Imp. 4 Fgs. Purs. $450.00
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Mi Locura
2 Doble Fija
3 M. Pedraza
4 Pan Tostado
A. Al.aro 107x
C. Bovil 115
F. Alvarez 108
C. Ruiz 113
A. Vasquei 110
7th Rac. 4th S.ri.s Imp. 4 Fgs.
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Silver Heels
3 El Agheila
J. Phillips 106
C. Ruiz 113
A. Gonzales 108
A. Vasquez 115
M. Hur'ey 113
H. Ruiz 105
F. Alvarez 110
V. Castillo 112
8th Race 8th S.ri.s Imp. 4
1 Vio in Viejo F. Alvarez 105 Quits at first cha'lenge 2.lL,
2 Ocala Miss D. Madrid lOOx Could get up here 4.1
3 Lucky Test E, Dario 105 Bad legs hamper 5.1 1
4 Miss Patience A. Alfaro 107x -Usually close up 2.1 f
5 Mio Cid C. Iglesias 103 Sure to finish last 1001
6 Don Dani M. Hurley 118 -Can take it all 2-1
9th Race 2nd Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $750.00 Pool Closes $.15 1
1 Bacancito C. Bovil 108
2 Forever J. Rodriguez 116
3 Sculptor C. Ruiz 113
4 Gonelino No Boy 108
5 Guadalcanal F. Alvarez 110
Race "Special" Import. I
1- Ben My Chree No Boy 104
2- Michaux J. Rodriguez 110
3- Evening Star F. Alvarez 112
4- Critico A. -Vasquez 115
Rc. "Special" Imp.
A. Reyes. R.
5 Mi Cautiva
Purst $375.00 Pool Closes 2:30
Purs. $425.00 Pool Closes 3 00
Needs better rider 5-1
Form indicates EVEN,,
Not ready yet 504.
In fight to finish 3.2
Must go lower 5-1
Wou d surprise 10-1
Pool Close, 3:40
Good recent races 8-1
Much improved 4-1
Dubious dide in last 2.1
Seems best here 3.2
Will ight it out 2-1
Depends on mood 5-1
Purs. $1000. Pool Closes 4:10
"Rep. Of Venezuela Handicap"
103x Not in this class
-Rates outside chance
Ran well in last
Would pay o f
Much the best
Should be close up
Last was excellent
Rates good chance
Fgs. Purs. $400.00
Pool Closes 4:
Tougher group here
Hard to beat
Seeks repeat victory
Could go a 1 the way
Better this week
F Purs. $450.00 Pool Closes i-M
Early speed only
Hasn't shown much
Said to be flyer
Reportedly classy too
4 Purse $450.00 Pool Closes
100 Early speed only U-l
105 Could make it hede 3-1
115 Makes debut here 4-t
110 Has speed to spare EVEN
105 Better this week 54
102x Has good workouts 2-
For the onviience
of our patrons we are
now operating hotb al
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THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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- aaaaai b -
57 FORD SEDAN, tour doors,
low mileage. 57 SUNBEAM
RAPIER, two doors, good condi conditions.
tions. conditions. Call to 3-6117.
Hillman Husky 1956 top con condition,
dition, condition, radio, best otter. Call 2 2-1891,
1891, 2-1891, 2-1895 weekdays, 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nights and Sundays.
1955 Ford Victoria hardtop, pink
and white, radio, power steering;
2-1891. 2-1895 weekdays, 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nights and Sundays.
FOR SALE: 1948 Oldsmobile
sedan, excellent mechanical con condition.
dition. condition. Good tires, best offer
FOR SALE: 1939 ton Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet pick-up $150. 2489-A
Pyle St.. Balboa I p.m.
1 FOR SALE: '58 Karman Ghia
afpOR SALE: 1950 Studebaker
Champion, convertible, radio ana
overdrive. May be seen at 107-B
Albreok AFB, phone 86-6197.
rFOR SALE:1952 Ford V-8
Customline, Tudor Sedan, very
good condition. 0818 flank St.
Phone Balboa 1502. C
FOR SALE: 1958 4 door sedan
beautiful "Lueite" paint no
waxing 1,400 miles $2100.
Balboa 2-2744 V-8 engine
0599-A. Bayano St. Ancon.
' FOR SALE: 1957, 6 Cyl. Ford
fc 6 passenger, station wagon, bar bar-"gain
"gain bar-"gain price, leaving for States.
, Phone Balboa 1751.
( FOR SALE: $650.00, 1954 2
doer Chevrolet sedan, model 150.
Excellent condition, new tires,
radio, 25,000 miles. Balboa 2 2-2728.
2728. 2-2728. I FOR SALE: 1954 Oldsmobile
Supper 88 "Holiday'' coupe. A
hardtop convertible unsurpased
for good looks and performance.
Turquoise and black, red leather
trimmed upholstery. Four new
' white wall tires, radio and heater,
Hydramatic. "17 extras" original
wner. Price $1095.00 Fort
! FOR SALE: 1957 Chevy station
wagon 6 pass. 6 cylinder, auto
transmission, radio, heater de de-trotter,
trotter, de-trotter, lacellent condition $2, $2,-.aOO.QO.
.aOO.QO. $2,-.aOO.QO. Phone 98354.
'FOR SALE: T956 German Ford
station wagon, perfect condition,
leaving mutt tell $995.00. 83-
2116 or 83-2183.
long The Fairways
Wilms Riley. Bob Collin Team
fWiri Mlxe Scotch Foursome
Tournament at Sum mitt Club
Wilma Riley's hot putter com com-lined
lined com-lined with Bob Collins' ready and
teady advice, brought that two.
ome to a victory in the Summit
lolf Club's June mixed scotch
Dursome golf tournament. Wilma
iDd Bob collected club covers as
heir first place prizes.
Other winners were Bertie Slone Slone-Jud
Jud Slone-Jud Meyers, Betty Coleman-Frank
)ay Faye Day-Jack Smith, Ruth
' owelI-Carl Serger, Butch Gadrett Gadrett-Sarl
Sarl Gadrett-Sarl Stone, and Maxine Hood.BtU
amison. Scores ranged from net
l's to net 59 s.
Frank Day Men's Ringer
Champ; Louise Jones
.Jrank Day stood off a barrage
of birdies by late eniry George
Riley and emerged the winner in
the Summit Clubs' Ringed Golf
ftuirnament recently. Louise Jones
eld a comfortable lead through.
BUt the tournament and won hands
4't)ay was presented a golf "lock.
m bag?' by outgoing rpesident Bill
Jamison, with Mrs. Jones taking
hbme a half a dozen golf balls.
George Riley and Jack White White-,
, White-, .law finished second and third in
'the men's division, while Pat War.
lag was the closest competitor to
t Three golfers earned prizes fr
"the most improvement Biff Nel.
.IDn, Maxine Hood and Mary Aus.
nehmer all took home balU
for lowering their qualifying scor scores
es scores the most number of strokes.
ival, 6-2, 6-0
o Reach Finals
WIMBLEDON, Emaland, Ju'y 3
l(UPI) Althea Gibson of New
York, defending women's (.males
champion at the Wimbledon ten.
nit tournament, reached the 'in.
1 ropay oy crushing Ann May.
f England, 6 2, 6-0.
(Creditos Panama, S.A.)
We are offering 7,500 shares of Common Slock
of this Corporation at $12.50 per share.
Auerbarh. Pollak & .Richardson Tlvoli Avenue 2I-A-26
(Members New York Stock Exchancl Panama
TELS: 2-0070 0074
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: Comfortable fur furnished
nished furnished one bedroom apartment.
Phone 3-5024 Panama.
FOR RENT: Apartments facing
Panama-Hilton Hotel. Furnished,
clean, cool, quiet, independent.
575.00, $85.00, 100.00. Please
inquire Foto Halcon in first block
on street adjoining hotel's en entrance.
trance. entrance. Tel. 3-1179 or 3-6082.
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-dlningVoom, kit kitchen
chen kitchen .and service, house recent
ly built in front of the "Com
ercial Center", furnished or un-
rnished if desired. For infor-
'mation 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
FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, across Ancon bus stop.
FOR RENT: Two modern "Du "Duplex"
plex" "Duplex" apartments, two bedrooms,
hot water, maid's room, garage,
one furnished. Ricardo Arias
Street, in Campo Alegre. near El
Panama Hotel. Phone 2-2341
FOR RENT: Furnished, one
bedroom modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 168 Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, hot water, maid's room,
garage. Paitilla, 89 Street No.
117. Phone 2-4669.
FOR RENT: Furnished, ona
bedroom apartment. All conve conveniences,
niences, conveniences, garage, 1 68 Via Beli Belisario
sario Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with light and gas, in Vista
Harmosa. Phone 3-3587.
WIMBLEDON, England (UPI) -Top-seeded
Ashley Cooper and
Neale Eraser set up an all-Au
stralian men's singles final today
: at the Wimbledon tennis champ championships
ionships championships while Althea Gibson of
: New York led the American ad.
i vance n women's doubles.
Cooper, who lost to Australia's
Lew Hoad in last year s final,
dropped the first set to Mervyn
'Rose today but then rallied to
beat his third-seeded countryman,
7.9, 6-2, 6-2, 6-3. Erasier. seeded
fourth, dropped a 36-game set to
sixth-seeded Kurt Nielsen but was
in charge the rest of the way to
win 6-4, 6-4, 17.19, 6.4.
Barry MacKay of Dayton. Ohio,
the only American to reach the
men's quarterfinals, was ousted
Tuesday by Rose.
Miss Gibson, defending women's
champion and only American still
"alive" in singles, teamed with
Madia Bueno of Brazil to gain the
doubles semifina's. The top.seeded
combine crushed Britain's Angela
Mortimer and Susan Chatrier of
Frnace, 6 0, 6-0.
'Fighter Of Month'
NEW YORK (UPI) Student
actor Joey Giambra was named
"fighter of the month" for Jun
loda b King magazine and
brought back to the ratings be.
cause of Monday's upset triumph
over Joey Giardrllo.
Handsome Joey, u n r a n k r d j
aninnc the midri cwrighl contend-
ers for some lime because of In- ;
activity, was rated number right 1
because of his split derision over
highly favnred Giardello.
Giardello's San Francisco de
feat dropped him from second to
third among the 1R0. pounder j Ex.
champion Conn Fullmer rose a
notch to second.
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OP OUB AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13 3T "H" STREET, PANAMA MBRER1A PRF.CIADO 7 Street No. It AGENCIAS
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PARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue e HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fco. da la Orn Ave. No. 41 o FOTO DOMV Juste Arosetnena Ave. and 33 St PAR PARMACIA
MACIA PARMACIA VAN DP.R JIS 5e Street No. S3 PARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lelevre 7 Street e PARMACIA "SAS" VU Porras 111 o MOVED ADES ATHIt
Beside the Bella Vista Theatre.
FOR RENT:-i-Gramlich s furnish furnished
ed furnished beach house Santa Clara, in information
formation information Balboa 4319, open
until July 30th.
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, the best beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. The
new management i: at your serv service.
ice. service. PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach Housa. One mile past the
Casino Phone Balboa 1866.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
on beach. Phone Thompson,
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
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: Furnished chalet,
two bedroom, etc. 61 Street,
Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-2795.
FOR RENT: Commercial locale
in Justo Arosemena Ave. No.
37-11. Opposite Criste Rey
Church. Tel. 2-2341.
FOR RENT: Two room units,
separate kitchen and service in
cool quiet location. $32.50 and
$35.00. Upper 4th Street Rio
Abajo. Call Williams 2-4807 or
July 3 to July 7
Fidanque Travel Service
Excercising Machines, Turkish
ihc McLevy way. Body Massage,
bath. Trained operators for ladies
nd gentlemen. Get results.
J. Arosemena Ave. J3-4S
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
155 Central Ave.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
With built-in Universal
MEET WITH COMMUNISTS
SEOUL, Korea (UPI) The
United Nations Command an announced
nounced announced pesterday it has called a
meeting of the Korean Military
Armistice Commission for
tomorrow "to discuss matters
pertaining to the armistice agree agreement."
ment." agreement." The UN Command de de-clined
clined de-clined to disclose what specific
matters would be raised in the
meeting near Panmunjom with
Communist representatives. It Will
be (he 84th meeting of the com-mission.
YMCA SKIN DIVERS. Wo have
your choice f equipment.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES COR.
"J" St. irl3A-3C Tel. 2-1 905.
B E G I NNERS SPEARFISHING
OUTFIT Quality Italian JunyLus
Gun, Fins and Mask $18.50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" St. 13A-30 Tel. 2-1905.
NCR accounting-billing machine
with stand, almost new $950.
Including service contract; ad adding
ding adding machine Burroughs 10 key
electric 18 months old $200.
Call 2-1891. 2-1895 weekday.,
3-5954 Sundays and evenings.
FOR SALE: Portrait and com commercial
mercial commercial studio, operating In the
same location for over 1 3 yean.
Make me an offer, 3 1 st street
No. 6-71. Photo Wallace. Pans Pans-ma
ma Pans-ma City. 1
FOR SALE: Ona greeting cardt
cabinet. One fireproof safe. One
glass show-case. I Mahogany
desk. Avenida Nacional No. 36,
next to Colpan Motors. Phone
FOR SALE: Good Police dog 9
months old. 60 cycle Kenmore
washing machine, wringer type
with automatic timer, 3 Venetian
blinds, 52 inch. Phone Coco Solo
FOR SALE: Signed Original
Lithographs and Etchings of the
American Artist Association. Call
Curundu 5260 after 6:00 p.m.
Chinese Reds Claim
To Rule Taiwan
TOKYO, July 3 (UPI) An of
ficial Red Chinese newspaper
said today one reason Chinese A-
merican ambassadorial talks broke
down in Geneva was that the U-
nited States failed to recogni.'.e
Peiping's "sacred right to exer
cise sovereign authority over Tal
The official Peiping people's dai daily,
ly, daily, quoted by the New China
News Agency, said flatly:
"Taiwan ts China'g territory
The relations between the Chinese
government and the local authori
ties in Taiwan are a purely dom
estic affair of China s. The Chi
nese people have the sacred right
to exercise their sovereign author
ity in Taiwan in any from they
choose and no foreign country
has the right to interfere."
Arrives In Moscow
For State Visit
MOSCOW UPI)-President An-
tonin Novotnv of Communist
Czechoslovakia arrived in Moscow
Dy air today lor a state visit
that was expected to tighten hs
naton s ties with the Soviet Union
Novotny's Czech delegation flew
from Prague in a Soviet built
TU104 let airliner that was es
corted by a squadron of Russian
The Czech president was met at
Moscow's Vnukovo Airport by
Premier Nikita Khrushchev and
a welcoming party of top Soviet
omciais. He then rode into the city
in a motorcade to be hailed by
crowds estimated by Soviet auth
orities to be in the hundreds of
Both the Czech and Russian
leaders hammered on the same
theme of solidarity In the airport
Showing At Your Service
Zenter Theatres Tonight
BALBOA 6:15 & :1lt
Richard Bgan. Jan Sterling
"SLAUGHTER ON 10th
COCO SOLO 7:00
lane Russell, Kennan Wynn
THE FUZZY FINK
1)1 Alii ( HTS. 7:00
Victor Mature. Anita Ekzerg
" Z A R A K
In Cinemascope St Color!
MARGARITA :15 it 7:5$
"MOONFLEET" in Color!
"Dragoon Wells Massacre" St
Case of The Red Monkey"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
Jane Russell, Ralph Meeker
. THE FUZZY PINK
CAMP BIERD 7:00
"UNDERSEA GIRL" and
Rattan dinigroom table, four
chairs $85.00. Call 2-1191, 2 2-1895
1895 2-1895 weekdays, i-5954 Sun Sundays
days Sundays and evenings.
FOR SALE: 9 cu. ft. Wasting Wasting-house
house Wasting-house refrigerator, new unit.
759-C Barnabey, St. Balboa 2-
FOR SALE: Westinghouse all
porcelain refrigerator, dining
table. 4 chairs, mahegaoy table,
2 chairs, newly reupholltered,
new V h.p. motor. Call Tal. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1751.
WASHINGTON Senate Repub.
lican leader William F. Knowl.
and, after saying the United
States should send arms and
equipment to the Cuban govern government
ment government to help maintain "law and
order" if Fidel. Castro failed tc
release within 48 hours the Amer Americans
icans Americans he had kidnaped:
"It is time somebody told Cas.
tro he is acting like a pure bri brigand
gand brigand and extortionist . like a
Barbary Coast pirate."
DETROIT Maj. Gen. John P.
Daley, director of the Army's
special weapons desearch arm,
expressing his opinion of Russia's
"Soviet Russia is preparing to
fight a little limited war. a ther thermonuclear
monuclear thermonuclear war on a general non non-megaton
megaton non-megaton war of considerable
WASHINGTON -Rep. Richards
B. Wigglesworth (R.N.Y.), after
saying the House should restore
at least part or the 872. million million-dollar
dollar million-dollar slash in foreign aid funds
voted by the Appropriations Com Com-mittee:
mittee: Com-mittee: "I am opposed to cutting just
for the sake of cutting in a field
involving the freedom, if not the
existence, of America and the
CANNES, France Former
President Harry Truman, after
being asekd for his reactions to
the Sherman Adams case:
"The people of the United
States understand the facts now.
They will not be misled and
fooled as they once were by Md.
Nixon, his little dog and a Madi.
son Avenue script with Hollywood
HOLLYWOOD -Dennis Crosby,
the first of crooner Bing Crosby's
four sons to marry, after reveal,
ing that his showgirl wKe is ex expecting
pecting expecting a child:
"We are very happy about hav having
ing having a baby. We hope dad will be
just as pleased as we are."
BATON ROUGE, La. -Emile
Bourge, superintendent of the
Louisiana state capitol building
which has the name of a state
engraved on each of the steps
leading up to it, when asked what
he will do when Hawaii enters
the Union now that the last of
the building's steps will carrv
"We'll be out of steps. But
there is enough room in front of
the main doors to take care of
Hawaii, Guam and a few more.
We would just have to engrave
them in the walkway."
HR's Pace Montreal
To 7 io 4 Victory
NEW YORK, July 3 UPI) -Two-run
homers by Bob Lennon
and Harry Schwegman and some
tight relief pitching by little ..ck
ie Collumn paced Montreal to a
7- 4 vic'nry over Buffalo lust night.
The Royals maintained their
three and a half game In'erna In'erna-tional
tional In'erna-tional League lead over Toronto
as Lennon rammed his 15th nom
er of the vear in the fourth game
frame and Schwegman clouted his
first in the sixth. Collnm helned
Bob Faust to his first decision
when he took over in the s;xth
and tamed the Bisons the rest of
Toronto scored twice in the t2'h
inning to defeat Bches'er, 7 5.
and give Rudy "Minarcin, who
pitched the first 11. his sixth win
against eight setbacks. Re Srl Srl-lev's
lev's Srl-lev's three-mo burner in the fifth
helped the Red Wrngs to a 5 4
ld, ru: the T.af, tid it in the
fifth. Hockey Nelson laced h i s
24th hnie-- nt the year for Toron Toronto
to Toronto In the first.
Frank Horrora smashed out
a throe-run homer In the 10th
Initio to aive Miami and Sat Satchel
chel Satchel Paige a 5-2 victory over
Ric'-mon'1 alg, who cam n
in the eighth, picked up hit
s'xth win against four losses.
In the only other game placed,
Cn'urnb'is 'cored a nair in the
eighth inning to defeat Havana,
rOR SALE : Beautiful corner let
1600 square meters. Urbanisa Urbanisation
tion Urbanisation Obarrio, between 50th street
and Santuaria. Far information
call 3-6233 or 3-4561.
FOR SALE: Gramlich'a furnished
beach house Santa Clara, electric
refrigerator, gat stove, own gas
tnks, good buy, terms consider considered,
ed, considered, information Balboa 4319.
FOR SALE: Lett on the most
exclusive, aafo and attractive
beach in the country on the
banks of the Corona river. A
print beach for property own owners.
ers. owners. Only 60 milae from the
city. Easy payment plan. For
infermation enquire at Alfa
Store, Ne. 29-110 Central Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. Phone 3-6153.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: Plywood 12 foot
beat, 3 h.p. Evin'rude engine and
trailer, good for trollinj. only
used three times House 4177
Las Americas Chorrera, Rep. Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Price $175.00. J. Ryan.
Costly Fire Razes
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (UPI)
-Large piles of paper still burned
today at the site of Asheville's
most costly fire in history.
The b'aze yesterday swept
through an old railroad round roundhouse
house roundhouse used in recent vears to
store highly inflammable aper
and paper products.
Fire Chief J. C. Fitzgerald es estimated
timated estimated the damage, mostly to
the contents of t he big brick
structure, at one million dollars.
Officials of Champion Paper and
Fiber Co. estimated the loss at
The blaze was discovered alM
a. m Tuesday and before firemen
could reach the scene the flames
had apread to huge piles of waxed
The firemen eould do little to
narc tne maze but as it slowed in
mid-morning, they used bulldozers
lo pusn the burning bales of
paper out of the building. They
said some of the bales would burn
Material stored in the building
included waxed milk carton
paper, thousand-pound rolls of
paper and bales of pulp asid
The fire ieft the walls and roof
of the structure, which once eould
accommodate 25 engines, stand standing
ing standing but the tall glass windows
which had encircled the walls
were destroyed. The building was
left a blackened shell.
The building, built 33 xp'A vk on
Mas owned by Southern Railway
which used it until 1953 when the
'"J"1 iwas bu.lt to Kr
Mm. ri d;"ontimied. Since that
t:r T h,d rented for
TTlay the cflag of (freedom
AGENCIA INTERNACIONAL DE
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
OX Till. CRISTOBAL. C.2.
WANTED: 3 er 4 bedrooms
chalet from August or Septem September.
ber. September. Tel. 3-4707.
Accerdeen professor, graduated
in Germany will give particular
classes to pupils at theirs homes,
in English, Carman and Spanish.
Call 2-3193 in office hours or
write to Box Ne. 19, Panama.
Lost in Golf Heights, police dog,
gray and yellow, name: Lupo.
Reward $25.00. Tel. 3-3254.
Law Violators Kill
Innocent In Traffic
CHICAGO (UPI)-An insurance
firm survey reported today
at least three out of four Memor
ial Day holiday traffic casualties
were innocent victims of drivers
who violated traffic laws.
Kemper Insurance said the
survey was made by i s safety
committee with cooperation of 43
state police and highway safety
"I wish the study could prov
that traffic law violators killed
only themselves," Hathaway G.
Kemper, chairman ot the firms
in the Kemper Insurance group,
said. JM -4';'
The figures revealed that 116
olating drivers killed or injured
415 persons, Kempers aid. An Another
other Another 58 violators killed only
Stolen Cufflinks J
At Bargain Price
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark.
(UPI) Mrs. Dutch H. O'Neal
bought a pair of cufflinks that
were really a bargain.
Last October a houseboy in the
O'Neal home admitted stealing
the cufflinks, but said he forgot
where he pawned them. They
were worth about $2,500.
Tuesday, a pawnbroker charged
Mrs. O'Neal $2.50 for the links.
Po'ice, who had accompanied
4he woman on a round of local
pawnshops, explained the true
value to the wide-eyed shoo-
1 "You shouldn't feel too badlv
though," Chief of Police Ray Vick
,nId th Pawnbroker. "You made
50 centg on tne deaL
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Prefer Good Music
To Rock 'n Roll
JACKSON, Miss. (UPI) Many
radio stations would prefer to
play "good, new music" but be be-cause
cause be-cause of the lack of they have to
piogram tock n roll, the mana-
ger of a J.ackson
radio stau is
Lew Heilbroner of station
WJQS, which held a public "fa.
neral" for its rock 'n roll record record-Monday,
Monday, record-Monday, called on music publish publishers
ers publishers and recording companies to
steer away from rock 'n loll io
favor of "good music."
"What has become of the great
on? writers who turned ou. tlio
kind of music American radio
grew up on" Heilbroner asked. M
He said the music industry
"should realize that their industry
cannot always depend on the
findings of juke box surveys." g
. "The majority of Americans
prefer good music but they r
being spoon-fed so much rock 'n
roll that they are sick of u," he
The station put Its entire stock
of rock ti roll records. Valued at
$5,000, in a coffin Tuesday anJ
gave them all way to a crowd of
more tnan i,qoo screaming your.g u
sters at "burial" ceremonies.
7:00 TODAY! 9:00
$1.10 per CAR
Doris Dav in
$1.10 per CAR!
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fASS IN REVIEW Mai Gen Charles L. Dasher (left foreground) reviews troops of his command at Fort Kobbe today as he at attended
tended attended the first such function since he assumed command of U.S. Army Caribbean last Saturday. (U.S. Army Photo)
Dismounted, Motorized And Aerial Review At Ft. Kobbe
Backdrops Dashers First Public Duty In New Command
Against a backdrop of a com composite
posite composite dismounted, motorized and
atrial review in. his honor today
Mao. Gen. Charles L. Dasher, re-centlv-arrived
comandinp sen sen-era
era sen-era for U.S. Army Caribbean,
at-cepted the symbol of the United
Slates Army the oflicial Army
flag, as his first public duty as
The flag was presented t Dash Dasher
er Dasher bv Col Johie J. Dixon qmrt.
master or USARC.Ml'B and a
letter from Secretary of the Ar Army
my Army Wilbur M. Brucker. which ac accompanied
companied accompanied the flag, was read iy
Col. C. A. Beall Jr.. adjutant gen general
eral general ior USARCARIB.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 21
hours end'ng 8 a.m. today is
pj-enfcred by the Meteorological
n1 Hvdrographir Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
4 Balboa Cristobal
I" 8fi R.'i
low 76 78
"''h 9ft 91
Low 75 89
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RAIN (inh-s) T .04
(inner harh --t 8 1 83
BA'.HP V T'm'S
FRIDAY, JULY 4
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tntmii AL LIChTMAN tw EDWARD DMVTRYK bmn, EDWARD ANHALT
In a short address to the mas.
sen Irojps torn the 1st Battle
Group, 20th In antry. the 7GAAA
Batlalioi and three military posts
in USARCARIB. Dasher sat
wa ; nroud lo accent the flv
the United Stales Army Caribbean
and was honored to servo with
this command. He also complim
ented troops on their appea-ance.i
The flag is made up of th na-
ti m,-l colors-red. white and blue
wi ll a yellow fringe. It bears
145 battle" s reamers representing I
the campaigns in which the Army
participated from Tieonderoga in
1775 to the Korean summer-fall
campaign in 1953.
Latr, Dashr reviwd tht
participating units, which in including
cluding including Headquarters Company,
A ,C and D Company, 34th Ar
mor, and U.S. Army Garriioni
t Fort Amador, Clayton and
Gulick. Col. Ralph A. Jones Jr.,
commanding officer of the 1st
Battle Group, 20th Infantry,
served as commander of troops.
With a large crowd o spectat spectators
ors spectators watrhine the ceremony and
review from the grandstand at I
tsP Ko'-I K'obhe narade field. Dash
er took the review in his honor
in cninanv with Brig. Gen Mil Milton
ton Milton I, f)2rfen. dentitv commanding
general. 'USARf'ARIR: Col. Wili Wilier
er Wilier .1. Preston Jr.. C I Col. John
P V'richl C. 0: I t. Co'. Tom A.
Arno'd. G.3- Col T.ouis D. Farns-vo-t1!
Jr r. i- f0i William F..
Ec' le 1 S v '! CAR IB min'roller,
:" i ('-. inhonse A. Greene,
riinf n niii,nrv missions
Tp o ie;i rmy flg joined I
Iho nifion? colors and the flags!
0 ft V t- 1,) f? ;lf In Gr -on, I
?0th Infantrv and the 7rttn AAA i
p-(t"ion whi'p thp 79th 4rmv
r-,nrt iJ(,r ftirppticn of CWO
ci v. fofh "lnvo-1 h of
fic'-l rniv sn"? "The Army
C. e! I!nj"2 Along."
Shews: 2:15 5:30 9:00 p.m.
Beneath the seal on the flag is
a broau scarlet scroll bearing the
inscription in white .etters "Un "United
ited "United states Army." Under the
'scroll are the numerals '1775",
the year in which the Army was
created with the appoinmetu of
Gen. George Washington as com
mander in chief.
Among the many guests who
attended the ceremony and review
were Lt Gen. Ridgely Gaitlier.
commander in chief, Caribbean
Command, and Mrs. Gaither:
their daughter, Mrs. William Van
Dyke Ochs Jr.; Mrs. Dasher;
Capt. and Mrs. Robert H. Hyatt,
the Dashers' son in law and
daughter; Gov. and Mrs. William
E. Potter; Adm. Georg Walles,
commandant 15th Nival Dis District,
trict, District, and Mrs. Wales, and Col.
Pau A Zartman, chief ol staff,
Caribbean Air Command
and Mrs. Zartman.
Diplomatic corps representat representatives
ives representatives included French Ambassad
or to Panama Lionel Vasse and
Mrs. Vasse; British Ambasiad.
or Sir Ian Henderson and Lady
Henderson, and United States
Ambassador Julian Fiske Her.
rington end Mrs. Harrington.
Also in the stands were six re.
Embassy's Acly Says 1776 Started
The American Revolution, in the transformation of great
which set in motion a world re-areas from Morocco to Ido
volution that has not yet runlnesia and the Philippines from
its course and has resulted in j colonial dependency into self-
en -government, ana maepena-
ence in many areas, was the
theme of a speech delivjred this
noon before the Rotary Cluo of
Panama by R. Austin Acly,
counsellor of the U.S. Embassy.
Many new countries take
their membership in the
United Nations seriously, Acly
said, and in their association
with older nations "they are
reminded that liberty must lie
more than what President
Wilson once called an insur insurgent
gent insurgent madness in the blood'...
that it cannot survive with without
out without discipline of responsinle
, , :ce or accommodation among
Acly was Introduced ty Hum-, -And In their United Nations nations, fn this system great
berlo Anorbes, member 01 the ; association with older nations 'powers are looked to ior lead lead-program
program lead-program committee. John May-1 they are reminded that liberty lership none more than the
les. in his capacity of. newly-, must be more than wha- Pres-1 United States but power is
elected president, presided forwent Wilson once called 'an regarded as a responsibility, not
the first tune. A summary of insurgent madness in the blood' as a title to special Drivileirp
Acly's talk follows:
"I consider the dale of JUiyjout the discipline of responsible
4, 1770 one of the most signifi- government," Acly continued,
cant in the political history of "We inherited our political
'As Uie nay
on winch cur
was adonted bv the Continental
Congress, it was important not
merely because it brought into
being a new nation that was
I destined to be a great nation,
but especially because It set in
motion a world revolution that
has not even vet run its course,
"lt was the first time when
modern nationalism caused a
colonial area to break away
from the mother country as
an independent nation.
"We have to remember that
modern nationalism did not
come into existence until after
the common people had begun
to take part in public affairs.
"Then states which had been
dynastic monarchies were trans transformed
formed transformed into nations, with sym symbols
bols symbols and traditions which a
whole people could oe Induced
to uphold and cherish and
even to give their lives for.
"All this was originally an
English and a European
growl ii and an American
growth; but now it has
spread over most of the
world, and it has released
enormous energies in all de departments
partments departments of life.
"The Declaration of Inde Independence
pendence Independence of the United States
was the spark that later touch touched
ed touched off the French Revolution
ana, soon auer, inspired me
great revolutionary movement
in I-atln America, which brought
about the independence of nl
most the entire area of South
and Central America
'Since the end Of the Second
I World War, this world revolu-
tlonary movement has resulted
tired U. S. Army members who
were at Fort Kobbe or a special
orientation arranged bv Head,
quarters, USARCARIB. fhev were
Lt. Col. Charles L. Pierce, 1st Sgt.
Paul W. Fischback, Ml. Sets Ra-
fael Carattini. Siemund A. Kalbar-
czyk and Warley Popazear, and
Cp'. LeisfieJd Miller.
Tanks and equipment of the bat.
tie group participated in the re re-view,
view, re-view, which concluded with a fly flyover
over flyover of three planes from the
937th Engineer Aviation Company
LONDON, July 8 (UPI)-An Ice Iceberg
berg Iceberg five miles lone was renorted
drifting toward north Atlantic ship
ping lanes toaay ana snips were
alerted to keep away from It.
The giant iceberg, one of the
biggest recorded in the area in
summer.ime, was reported by a
Pan-American World Airways pilot
flying between the U.S. and Brit
government and independence.
"The peoples of 18 new ha-
tions in Africa, the 'Middle
East, and Asia have personal
experience pf living under the
tutelage of Great Britain,
France, the Netherlands, or
the United States, and the
move toward independence is
by no means finished.
"All these countries take their!
unuecl Nations member s h i p,to create and develop
very senousiy. in it tney rind; united Nations system,
not only a symbol of their sov- ; "In this system, the necessitv
ereignty but a world pattern of, of national power is recognized,
cooperation which deeply in- but lt is subordinated to uni uni-fluences
fluences uni-fluences their framework of versal ethical principles and it
ideas- is moderated by the daily prac-
that it cannot survive with-
ideas rrom the French Enllght
enment. from the Enelish f5lnri-
;ous Revolution, and, in a more
iunaamemai sense 3t.u1, from
the Christian religion with its
antecedents in Hebrew prophe prophecy.
cy. prophecy. That was our birthright of
"In our Declaration of Inde-
pertdence, whose anniversary jtional law'; of 'social progress'
we celebrate tomorrow, lt was; and 'better standards of life in
stated not that Americans are; larger freedom.'
better ithan anybody else but I "Most of these Ideals date
that all men are created equal.; from the beginning of the great
When Lincoln meditated on era of nation states nearlv two
that Declaration, he found in! centuries ago, in which my own
It something giving 'liberty not I Nation was born.
alone to the people of
country, but hope to all
world, for all future Mme;
"Not our great power alone
but this heritage of humane
values explains why we are
widely trusted than the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union and why much
better things are expected of
"But what form should our
"History has already answer answered
ed answered that question to a consider considerable
able considerable extent. Certainly, we can cannot
not cannot be an imperial power; it is
not in the mainstream of our
tradition, it would destroy much
of our title to moral leadership,
and in any case the whole cur current
rent current of history is running the
Whatever the humane and
0f the colonial era and thev
l are manv this option Is sim
iplv not open to us.
"Nor can we contemplate reg
iulatlng the affairs of the world
thmuffh n snrt of nnncml nr
j oligarchy of great powers, asi
I was done by the Concei t of )
Wins Rod i man s
Commendation to all hands for
a job well done went out this week
from the office of the Marine Di Director
rector Director of Panama Canal personnel
who are now completing the regul regular
ar regular overhaul of the Pacific Locks.
The commendation was in the
form of a memorandum, signed
by Capt. W. S. Rodimon, Marine
Director. In the memorandum Ko
"On Jun 19, 1958, transit o o-perations
perations o-perations returned to normal
when the Pacific Locks return returned
ed returned all of its lanes to service. The
19S8 Pacific locks overhaul is
now nearing its end and anoth another
er another lock overhaul will soon be
"The 1958 locks overhaul was
one of the most unusual that 'us
1 : 1 xt... 1 ; ... c-
ueen expeiicin.ru. new tuwui'jua
at the locks were uncovered which:
required correction and tncsej
were completed with dispatch so
that the overhaul progressed on
the original time schedule, and
may be completed a few days in
"This fine record has been at attained
tained attained concurrently with safety,
the record being an impro fo foment
ment foment over that at' the previous
Pacific locks overhaul.
"The employes workmg at the!
locks of the Uocks, Industrial, ;
Maintenance, Engineering and;
Dredging Divisions, and new em-i
ployes recruited locally and fiomi
the States had a duricuit, enai enai-lenging
lenging enai-lenging and often times a ha d
and unpleasant job to do.
"Employes of the Navigation Di Division,
vision, Division, pilots, traffic con rollers,
boarding parties, tug masters and
engineers, also arduous duties.
"The pilots in particular, whose
working hours and work davs
have been most irregular for the
past six months, have handled
peek traffic efficiently and loy loyally
ally loyally under the most trying con conditions.
ditions. conditions. "The cooperation of all employ employes,
es, employes, whether in the divisions men mentioned
tioned mentioned above, or in other support supporting
ing supporting activities, such as personnel,
payroll, accounting, transportation,
terminals, service clubs, commis
sary, housing and storehouse
and others directly or indirectly
concerned served to make the
overhaul a success.
"I throughly appreciate this
splendid work performance and
commend all hands for a job well
.Europe after the Napoleonic
, Wars. This system, too, had its
virtues while it lasted, but it is
not in our tradition.
"Besides, an entente be-
tween us and the Soviet Ln-
ion, affecting the destinies of
third countries, is unthink unthinkable
able unthinkable because we- have no
community of purpose with
"The alternative which is
most natural to us is that
which our own leadership since
world War II has done so Tfiucn
"Most most famous part of
the United Nations Charter is
Its preamble, and deservedly so,
because it sums up the spirit
Of t.hp whntl Hnnninont T
snefiir nf nrngniinn ..
I of 't he scource of war' if 'fun-
damental human rignU' and
the dignity and worth of the
human person'; of 'the equal
rights of men and women and
of nations large and small; of
Muatiee... treaties., interna-
"Now they form, so to
speak, the soul of the Unit United
ed United Nations, and under tnis'
United Nations banner are
gathered the most diverse
members, many of them
younger than the United Na Nations
tions Nations itself and only begin beginning
ning beginning to conquer their herit heritage
age heritage as sovereign states. They
form a conscious community,'
however imperfect and vul vulnerable
nerable vulnerable and half-realized that
community may be.
"The United Nations has not
killed off nationalism and la
not likely to do so. But lt has
already begun to temper na nationalism.
tionalism. nationalism. It has powerfully In Influenced
fluenced Influenced the world environment
In which my own Nation, arid
many other nations too, seex
to olav their Dart in history.
"We believe that In
inir the snirit, of the United Nn
tlons Charter we are doing a
service to humanity by extend-
llng to ever-increasing numoers
of the human race the liberty
onH hinc hrnimht tsi in IM
years ago by the Declaration of
Fidel Castro Orders His Brother Raul
To Free Captured Americans, Canadians
HAVANA, July 3 (UPI) Rebel leader Fip Castro today ordered hit brother Raul
by radio to frea all the Americans and Canadians held in their mountain stronghold but
there were indications a hitch had developed in the release.
Four Americans and one Canadian out of the 47 Americans and three Canadians
kidnaped already had been released. and flown to tha U. S. naval base at Guantanamo i
It was. reported an airlift bringing the other 45 out would begin at dawn today
but near midday the U. S. embassy in Havana had no informa;n on whether H h.H
The embassy disclosed that U.S.
consul Pari Wollam, who negot negotiated
iated negotiated directly with the Tebels, flew
into Havana last night to report
to ambassador Earl Smith and the
conference still was going on to today.
day. today. v t
It was presumed Smith ,was
seeking guidance from Washing Washington
ton Washington ri the next step. A direct tel tel-e
e tel-e ype wire has been established
between the embassy here and
r 1 1 I I
f-Qf f-fj 1 1 nOUSG
WESTFIELD, N.J. (UPI) -Eighieen-year-old
Richard Perra Perra-sek
sek Perra-sek was fined 25 yesterday
for reckless driving after a polfee polfee-ma"n
ma"n polfee-ma"n told the court he counted ?1
passengers alighting from the
youngster's 1947 sedan.
I Two words that made i 1
1 the world remember mk
the man it tried
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1:00, 2:16, 4:30,
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the Department of State in Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Fidel Castro, leader of the re rebellion
bellion rebellion against President Fulgen Fulgen-cio
cio Fulgen-cio Batista, broadcast an order to
his brother, Raul, directing thit
the remaining 45 persons be turn turned
ed turned over to U.S. Naval authorises
Fidel said he had been in dir direct
ect direct contact with U.S. naval eu
thorities and that he wes making
the broadcast to evoid being
held responsibile should any
harm befall the captives before
they could be returned.
The rebel broadcast said the
Americans had no responsibility
for the political situation in Cuba
and he denounced their cap'ure bv
"aul as a violation of individual
liberties for which he said the re rebels
bels rebels had been fighting.
ANTON WALBROOK-VIVECft LINDFORS
LEO GENN-EMLYN WILLIAMS-DAVID FARRAR
DONALD WOLFIT- HERBERT LOM
(is sul an.fhi took by
NICHOLAS mi As
tmerto it JOSE FERRER mmuct o iv SAM ZIMBALIST
too wild to resist -flames
most outspoken picture!
on the screen!"
The Don Hartman
Many persons had thought
Raul Castro captured the No, 1 h
Americans in protest against ah
loged American aid t the Cub
an government forces.
Even The Womel
CARDIFF, Wales (UPI)
finals of the Empire
lag j said s six-foot
wti-e fen 1
would be quite enough to protet
v nvnini a UU1 1111LUX lea. 1
Asked whether it would be elei
trified, camp commandant Mrl
Susan Williams said: "No, but
believe the record for the ticj
jump is six-feet-eight inches.
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