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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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chool Bus Crushed

On RP Highway; 6

Doctors were fighting today to save the lives of three
students critically injured in a traffic accident in which
seven were killed yesterday afternoon on the National
Highway.
All the dead and injured were riding in a bus which
Ws crushed between two trucks on the dusty highway
between the towns of Aguadulce and Nata.
The bus was carrying about 21 students and one
adult, who is believed to have been a teacher at the Agua Aguadulce
dulce Aguadulce primary school.
The three critically injured students are in an oxigen
tent at the Aguadulce Hospital, where some 12 doctors
are attending, the injured, which numbers at least nine.

According to eyewitnesses, a
truck, owned by the Framorco
construction firm which is work-
ins on the nienway, came u
tine middle of the
stop in
hiahviav when the driver was un
able to see ahead through t h e
swirling dust.
The driver of the bus, who ap apparently
parently apparently was close behind, failed
to see the truck until the 1 a t it
minute. He swerved to the right
but sideswiped the truck before
coming to a stop.
The bus was immediately hit
from behind by another truck
which rammed the right side. and
accordioned the bus onto the truck
which had stopped in front.
, Five of the students were kill,
ed on the spot. The other student
and the adult, identified as Miss
Orlandina Gonza ez, died after ar.
riving at the Aguadulce Hospital.
All passengers in the bus were
Nata residents who were return,
ing te their homes early yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon because all schools
had been closed as a result of
the national mourning decreed
by the Ministry of Education foU
lowing the death yesterday
morning of Or. Jose 0. Crespo,
a prominent Panama, educator.
Former PC Cashier,
Dies In Indiana
News of the death-June 27 of
Mrs. Phebe Murray, former Ca
nal Zonian and member of a well
iknown Canal one family, in
Bluffton, Indiana, has been receiv
ed bv friends and relatives on
the Isthmus. Mrs. Murray, who
was citv clerk-treasurer of Bluff
ton at the time of her death, was
62 years old.
Mrs. Murray became ill sudden suddenly
ly suddenly soon after she arrived at her
office June 27. She died at 2:40
p.m. of a cerebral hemorrhage.
Born in Dubois, Pennsylvania,
Mrs. Murray came to the Canal
Zone during the construction pe
riod with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William IB. Jordan. She at
tended the Canal Zone school:
and worked here as a cashier
until her marriage In 1914.
In addiiion to three sons, two
sisters and two brothers in the
United States. Mrs. Murray is
survived by the following, in the
Canal Zone: a sister, Mrs. Vicla
J. Cody, of BalDoa: a brother
Douglas Jordan, of Cristobal; and
a nephew. W. I. Hollowell, of
Diablo Heights.
Mrs. Murray was a Past Wor
ithv Matron of the Order of the
' Eastern Star and a member of
the American Legion Auxiliary.
Funeral services were held June
30 in Bluff ton.
PRIEST PRAYS over the body
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Eyewitnesses described the scene
after the collision as one of hor horror.
ror. horror. Badly crushed bodies and
limbs were strewn around the a-

rea along with schoolbooks, and
pencils.
The drivers of all three vehicles
are being held by the police at
Nata.
As a result of the accident, the
Panama Studerfts Federation re resolved
solved resolved to observe 48 h o r s of
mourning and sent a delegation to
Nata to attend the funerals of the
dead students.
Other student organizations also
joined the observance of mourning
which will keep schools closed for
two days.
Weyrauch Named
By Ike For Rank
Of Major General
Brig. Gen. Paul R. Weyrauch,
Caribbean Command Chief of Staff,
was nominated by President EH.
senhower this week for promotion
to major general, the headquart.
ers at Quarry Heights announced
relfft
in rank, Weyrauch
ving as Chief of Staff
command since May
1958. Phot to li is assignment, to
tne Canll Zone, he commanded
the Army-Anti-Aircraft and Tank
Training Center at Ft. Stewart,
Ga.
Also op the list for promotion to
major general is Brig. Gen. Louis
V. Hightower, former Caribbean
Command Chief of Staff, and now
the senior Army member of the
joint Weapons Systems Evaluation
Group in the o'fice of the Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary of Defense in Washington.
Other brigadier generals on the
President's list, as re'eased by the
Department, of the Army, are:
tfohn S. Guthrie, in the office of the
assistant Secretary of Defense (I (I-SA);
SA); (I-SA); Francis T. Pachler, Director
of Operations, DCSOPS, Depart,
ment of Army; Herbert L. Sco.
field, commanding general, Utah
General Depot; William H. Hen Hen-ning,
ning, Hen-ning, U. S. Army Attache, London;
Cyrus A. Dolph, member of the
ioint staff of the Joint Chiefs of
Staf; Briard P. Johnson, com commanding
manding commanding general, XIV Corps (Ar (Ar-my
my (Ar-my Reserve); Victor J. MacLaugh.
lin, assistant Quartermaster Gen General
eral General for Operations, office of the
Quartermaster General; Bogardus
S. Cairns, commandant, II S. Ar.
my Aviation School, Ft. Rucker,
A'a
The nominations are subject to
Confirmation by the U. S. Senate
which is expected in the near fu.
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injured,, three of them critically.

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AFTER THp CRASH The bodies of students killed the crushing of a schoolbus between two
trucks are covered with tarpaulins while relatives and townspeople stand around numbly.

Foreign Minister Moreno Confident
Single Wage Will Comply With Treaty

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Panamanian Foreign Minister sent last night) during the 1955
Miguel J. Moreno, Jr., last night treaty debate In the National
expressed conliaence that the Assembly,
single wage scale bill now a- Castillo', along with the new
waiting enactment by the U.S. union president Alfredo J Mor Mor-Congress
Congress Mor-Congress would "faithfully com-Lis, who took the floor after he
ply with the principles contain- was sworn in bv CasMUo alo
ed' in the 1955 U.S.-Panama j had high praise' for the coop coop-treaty
treaty coop-treaty eration and the interest dis-
Speaking at the installation olayed in the lot, of Panamanian
of officers of Local 907, GCEOC.i workers on the Canal Zone by
CIO-AFL, the Foreign Minister former foreign minister Aquili Aquili-also
also Aquili-also said the Panama govern- no Bcyd, now ambassador lo
ment held high hopes that.1 Mexico,
"owing to the solemn obligation

acquired by the united States
Congress will approve the .single
wapp hill Hnrlncr Its nrpptif crvl
sion.
Moreno, also echoed rc- ;
marks made earlier oy outgo-
inn union president Jose de
la Rosa Castillo, that (he
single wage bill is a step for forward,
ward, forward, but there is still "a
long way to go" toward full
implementation of the prin principle
ciple principle of equal pay for equal
work.
Castillo, who was the first
speaker of the evening, flayed
what he called the "absurd"
secrecy with which the negotia negotiations
tions negotiations for the 1955 treaty were
carried out, and also scored the
"incredible light n e s s" with
which it was handled by the
National Assembly.
However, he praised t h e
stand takeri by Assemblyman
Juan B. Arias (who was pre-

Morrif, pledged himself lo
seek 100 percent membership
of all Panamanian employes
of the U.S. Armed Forces on
the Canal Zone In l ocal 907.
Moreno promised that the
Foreign Office would continue
to do everything in Its power
to obtain full compliance with
the existing treaties between

Panama and the U.S., and to
protect the interests of the
Panamanian worker on the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
Pacific Civil
Council To Meet
The Pacific Civic Council will
hold its regular monthly meeting
tomorrow, a. 7:30 p.m. in the
board room of the Administration
Building.
The public is invited.

Blue Collar

CZ Workers
Miss Hike
'Blue collar" workers for the
Army and Air Force on the Ca
nal Zone are missing out for
the time being oil a three cent
hourly increase which has gone
to an estimated 100,000 such
employes throughout the two
services.
Application of the shake-up
in the two services' pay grad grading
ing grading system is unknown here
pending the fate of the Sin Single
gle Single Wage legislation present presently
ly presently before Congress.
The raise will apply In areas
of the Caribbean Command
other than the Canal Zone, a
Quarry Heights spokesman said
today.
"Blue collar" workers are
skilled tradesmen, maintenance
men at military posts, produc production
tion production workers in arsenals, and
people In similar lobs whose
wages are determined by an
Army-Air Force board.
In contrast with "white col collar"
lar" collar" workers, who are cover covered
ed covered by Civil Service anil re recently
cently recently received a 10 percent
pay boost from Congress,
wages of blue collar workers
are determined in each local locality
ity locality by rates prevailing indus industry.
try. industry. In today's action, the services
reduced the number of nav
grades from 28 to 15.
As a result, about "00,000 of
the present 300.000 blue collar
workers will be in higher grades
ana win receive an average in
crease of about three cents an
thour.
rest Pavments
Passed By House
A bill which would result in an
annual cost savings to the Pana
ma Canal Comnahv of about
$250,000 passed the House yester-
aay ana was sent to tne Sen-.',e,
according to word received today
trom Washington.
It is aimed at reducing the in interest
terest interest which the Panama CanM
Co. pays annually to the U. S.
Troasury.
The Panama Canal Co. has had
on neposi witn me U.S. Treasu
ry since 1948 the sum of $10,000, $10,000,-000
000 $10,000,-000 3s aii emerT-nc'v fund.
The bill would authorize thr
oavmrnt of thp S10.000.000 dcrsit
into the U S. Treasury as a d'wi d'wi-denH.
denH. d'wi-denH. Itiu re'Hicin-r the U.S. in investment
vestment investment in the Panama Can?l
Co. on which interes' must be
paid.
According lo a Canal spokesman,
this would result in an annual
cnt savings to thp Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Company of about $250,000.
The emergency fund was a part
of the Panama Railroad fund?
at the time it was reincorporated
as a government corporation.
The bill passed the House by
unanimous consent without debate.
Ike On Three-Day
Visit To Canada
OTTAWA, Ont., July 8 (UPD (UPD-President
President (UPD-President Eisenhower came ncre
today for a three-day visit and
round of fence-mending talks with
Prime Minister John Diefenbaker.
The President's plane, Colum Columbine
bine Columbine III, touched down at nearby
Uplands Air at 10:55 a.m.
Governor-General Vincent Massey,
Diefenbaker and other government
and military officials greeted the
President.
Eisenhower was accompanied by
his wife and Secretary of State
and Mrs. John Foster Dulles.
A large crowd of specta ors
waving flags ol bolh countries
s.ood underneath overcast skies lo
greet the visiting President.
Retroactive Pay

Checks for the retroactive pay, provided In the recent In Increase
crease Increase to Federal classified employes, will be delivered Fri Friday
day Friday to all classified and postal employes of the Panama
Canal Company and Canal Zone Government, it was an announced
nounced announced today by the Office of the Comptroller.
The announcement was made following the receipt of a
cable from the Bureau of the Budget advising the Panama
Canal Company that funds were available to cover the costs
of the retroactive pay increase.
The retroactive pay for classified employes will cover
the period from Jan. 12 through June 14 and for postal em employes
ployes employes from Jan. 11 to May 31. Pay checks for the pay
period beginning June 15, which are being delivered this
week, reflected the recent 10 nerrent salary inerease.

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WASHINGTON. Julv S

closed today that the U.S. plane which accidentally cross
ed the Soviet frontier last month

afire by Russian fighters.
Five of the nine-man crew were forced to parachutr
from the flaming craft, the Air Force said
The incident occurred June 27. The Air Force said
two Russian fighter planes attacked the U.S. aircraft an
unarmed transport. The nine crewmen were released yes yesterday
terday yesterday after 10 days of detention in Soviet Armenia
The Air Force statement said one of the Russian 'pilots
continued to fire on the crippled plane after the aircraft
was in flames. I

The Air Force said the two Sov Soviet
iet Soviet Mig fighters intercepted the C C-118
118 C-118 transport plane (a military ver.
sion of the DC -6 airliner) at an al altitude
titude altitude of about 1500 feet and fired
on the plane at two different in.
terv'als. j
"Five crew members were fore,
ed lo parachute to safety," the
statement continued. "The remain remaining
ing remaining four attempted to make an e e-mergency
mergency e-mergency landing at etude strip
75 miles east -southeast of Lake
Sevan. .J '.'
prehutj
ed. .noto.r firing
crippled pln. whil.
Tt was en its final appreach for
a forced landing.
The burning plane exploded on
the ground, but the crew mem.
bers who remained aboard were
able to reach safety.
The statement said A 2-e Peter
N. Sabo, one o" the five who bailed
out,, suffered second degree burns.
It added that "all members of the
crew are suffering from extreme
fatigue and exhaustion."
A news conference scheduled at
Wiesbaden, Germany, with the re.
leased airmen has been postponed
"on the advice of the medical an.
thorities," the Air Force said.

The plane was en rou'e fromipf the, Orsova gasped, the 80
Teheran. Iran, to its home basel'bs. per square inch jet cari cari-at
at cari-at Weisbaden at the time of liieM him over the side of the
counter. .dock. He bounced off the camel
or float on water level which
The Air Force said a combina I prevents ships from scraping
lion of thunderstorms and unre. tne side of the dock and fell
ported high winds caused 'he in- j unconscious into the water.

advertent crossing of the soviet
frontier.
Murder Bid Trial
Of Seaman Begins
Today At Cristobal
The trial of Samuel Hendricks,
a United Fruit Company seaman
who is charged with assaulting a
fellow seaman with intent to murd murder,
er, murder, began today at Cristobal Dis District
trict District Court.
Hendricks is alleged to have
stabbed U.S. citizen William Las Las-ky,
ky, Las-ky, steward aboard the Metapan
while she was docked at Cristobal.
Principal witness Lasky was not
present. After being hospitalized
for some time In the Canal Zone
he was allowed to go to the U.S.
for a nerve operation necessitated
by his injuries.
His evidence was perpetuated
heiore he left tne lstnmus and ine
j depositions were before the court
today.
Checks Due Friday

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Firing

Plane, S

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PC Worker
Rescued As
Sails
va
Hundreds of passengers a.
today witchSj llnertrs?va
utiuaasa Jiwa.1 Myjw
The Orsova decked early .this
morning at Pier ft. As he wa
due to leave again, an eaiplovg
on the doekside nndid a con connection
nection connection of a how which had
been pumping water onto the
ship.
Unknown to the man, George
Labastidas of san MiguelitG,
Panama City, the water pres pressure
sure pressure had not been turned off.
With the final turn of the
connection screw, a high high-powered
powered high-powered jet of water hurried hurried-from
from hurried-from the standpipe, hit La Labastidas
bastidas Labastidas n the stomach and
lifted him into tbe air.
As passengers lining the rail
Seeing the danger of the
29,000 ton liner moving in and
crushing Labastidas, his work
mate, 42-year-old Leonard Rob Roberts
erts Roberts of Gamboa leaped over the
side onto the camel and pulled
mm out or me water.
Police and other dock work
ers quickly made a rope slina
and lifted the in ured man onto
the doekside again. After first
aid had been administered on
tne spot, Labastidas was taken
by ambulance to Gorxas hos
pital.
Said Roberts afterwards 'Tha
jet of water lifted him clean
into the air and he came down
with an awful crack on his
head on the camel. I could seo
ne was in grave danger of get get-tin
tin get-tin crushed."
He added "It was good
thing; I was right there on
the spot because he was ty tying
ing tying face down in the water
unconscious and he would
probably have sunk In no
time."
At Gorgas hospital later, La Labastidas
bastidas Labastidas was stated to be "do "doing
ing "doing fairly well."
The
Judge's Bench
Bus driver Elias Enrique Pini Pini-llo,
llo, Pini-llo, 29, Panamanian appeared at
Balboa Magitrates Court today
charged with failing to pass at
safe distance as he was overtak
ing a truck on Thatcher Highway.
iBoth vehicles were slightly damag'
ed in a collision which ensued.
Judge John E. Darning said Pt
nillo's guilt had not been estab established
lished established beyond reasonable doubt
and the case was dismissed.

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LOCAL KATE UNIONS
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i I have been following the progress of "Ginger Know Ail's"
knowitfcy ana aigunienui tinvugn lAiie-Msui box coium on many
Issues mvoivmg une itepuonc oi Manama ana tne cuui zione.
TO oniy tiling 1 have learned to aypieciue irom "Uinger
Know Air' is mat Ike's assistant, Sherman Adams, was so very
correct wheu ns aaiu suiueuuie ago, aevei uuas an uvyonuiiity
to keep your mouih anut." At is presumed uiai .lunms was
referrmg to those people who are not acQuaintu wiui issues,
yet, they are aiways trying to sen tnelr gooas without, cheating
to see now factual their presentation oi iacts are.
1 Several month ago Ginger said that the application of the
US air Labor atanoards Act. with it r'eaerai Minimum Wage
oi $1 per hour came about as a result of tn laaa fanama fanama-uiUid
uiUid fanama-uiUid States treaty.
It was around that time that I started to realize how intel intelligent
ligent intelligent Snerman Adams really is (let's ioiget about tne uoiuaue
e.ius for tne time being) tecause the treaty dia not i.ave a
imng to do with une 1 per nour. Thia was an entirely separate
ligni- waged by organized labor In the Canai Zone. An entirely
separate legislation with hearings conducted in Washington
and the Canal Zone by congressional committees.
Little did Ginger realize that the same leaders of Local
900 he is aiways trying to underate were the ones who aid
the most to get Congress to apply this Act in the Canal one
u, .A..ii.i on a limit riant from tne Canal z,one to Washington.

ine Manama American and the Star and Herald, both Spanish
and English sections, can prove this because they earned the
stories irom beginning to end. After the fight got underway,
local 9ov, the CLU-MXC, the GCHIOC, and the AFL-CiO ail
jpitened in to help obtain the signal victory. The Congressional
'Kecord will also prove what I have just written if "Ginger
'wui only try tt read it and see straight.
At our union meeting which Ginger either did not attend
or cnose to Ignore in his presentation of the situation, it was
aiso reported that our ex-foreign minister, Aquilino Boyd, at
me benest of our union leaders, was instrumental in matting
cear what Panama's position on the minimum would be through
the Panamanian embassy in Washington. Boyd's action was
timely and certainly contributed largely toward this victory.
t In his latest exposition of "facts" on laoor happenings in
the Zone, Ginger criticized the union's statement concernins the
less tnan live percent who will benefit Horn the treaty s sme
wake scale. He then goes on to say the unions should stop
senuing money Stateside and organize in Panama.
He may have some merit there. But again this remii.ds
me oi an editorial written by the late George Bernard Snaw lor
ail tAignsh newspaper. When the editor saw the editorial he
IfnctL fcnaw and told him that the editorial was excellent, but
fcnuw was on the earth 500 years too soon.
J X ... ... .... 1 .. a 1 1 In tU DA.,iili

I its review tn success oi vhuuob amui .-wjiuuuv
of 1-anama. -I have yet to see the Canal Zone Administration
icr wie Armed Forces in the Canal Zone dismiss the entire
Qeauership of a union the first time the union stands up to
fjfc.it yet, in our own beloved Panama, we saw a hotel man manlier
lier manlier dismiss all the officers of the hotel employes union and

ties them to come within lot) yaras oi tne notei to suppon
i tioht for their own reinstatement to their respective jobs.

What has our government done to mete out justice in inlS case?i
if I do have the slightest idea of what the fate of these
linion leaders will be, I would bet Ginger that these leaders
have only one chance out of a billion to get reinstated to
"their Jobs. Of course, the reason why this is done in our
'country is because no management has to fear' any repercus repercus-'slpns
'slpns repercus-'slpns from an organized force as what would happen in the
'Zone if the Governor or the commander-in-chief should decide
H arbitrarily fire all union leaders of Locals 900 and D07.
Jfl Anybody with a little common sense would realize that the
leaders of Local 900 and 907 would all be in Coiba right now if
Mey were to organize and fight only half as hard in Panama
111 they do In the Canal Zone. The labor history In Puna ma
Srul prove this. How many unions of Canal Zone employes
were formed since 1903 in Panama and never even had an
Interview with the Governor or the Commanding General, let
alone stood up to defend the rights of the workers? On the
ether hand, 1 have helped the wives of bus drivers when their
'fijiionist husbands were being given the treatment in the Se Se-Ipeta
Ipeta Se-Ipeta and being watched by plain clothes men everywhere they
went.
J The only union that has had some success in Panama is
fttie Typographers Union, due largely to the fact that the Nstion Nstion-11
11 Nstion-11 Government was happy to see a certain individual uider
(fire. Everybody's guess is as good as mine if the Government
(had another point of view in the case.
Coming back to the Zone unions. I can remember in 1950
iwhen officials of Locals 900 and 907, particularly one of top
labor men in the Zone, were being investigated on both sk'.es
of the border and watched night and day in Panama when
Ithey were putting up such a courageous fight to retain the
jcommissary and other privileges until the Single Wage Bili was
Stgproved.
J They knew from then that very few would benei'it by the
pQl and were trying to get the Panamanian Government to
(reopen negotiations on this clause so that there would eventual eventual-ly
ly eventual-ly be equal pay for equal work in the Zone at United States
ipMM a the negotiators tried to sell to the public.
I Believe me, "Ginger Know All", our own government, was
ftrying to finish off our labor leaders, and did not do so only
wecause of the fear of wha', would have happen irom the inter inter-Sattonai
Sattonai inter-Sattonai labor movement, ou- own international union and the

tATUWCilui sr ikj ii uui icauci ft iiau uccii puif ill yjitir.i'
Mnaa. our valiant leaders would all be rotting In the Carcel
IMOdelo in Panama City. Why? Because they were trying to
jflpptect the employes fringe benefits which our own government
MpMC away from us to satisfy the business moguls, and for the
name thing Ginger is now accusing them of not doing. I bet
fOinger was not anywhere near Santa Ana or at the National
'Assembly when those labor leaders from Local 900 and 907
hefre sweating it out, with with Guards in battle dress with
machineguns. steel helmets and mounted police surrounding
Ithem. He would never have the guts to be out there fishtlng.
"That's why he missed the boat and did not know what was
going on.

i I agree with him, however, that Local 900 is somewhat
prong about the Panama Canal employes. If he reads the'
testimony made before the Senate bv Edward A. Doolan, oerson-

nel Director of die rompany, he will see where Doolan said
pjbout J00 employes will be benefited and 200 will be cut down
K their grades and frozen. This will support dinger 3 point.
HkStead of five percent getting wage benefits it will be less than
Bat percent or zero percent. Panama Canal off Heals and
George Roderick have made it clear that they did not go Into
this treaty to spend money on Local Rate workers, thev went
NO it to save money, and that they will do, while idiols like
Ginger go around trying to discredit our unions.
Our leaders have fought many battles and won most of
Ubem against all the experts the Canal Zone could get together.
If any benefits do come out of the single wage scale, it will
tve to come through the unions' flaht and not throuch

lunger's arguments. After all, whether Ginger likes It or not.

jr government win not apply the slng wage scale, it will be
United States government. If Gineer has been readinar

tjie Isthmian press he will have seen all the gains chalked up
IHr organized labor, namely Local 900 and 907, and they will
B even more. But what has Ginger don to contribute to his
pple's improvement beside trying to join those politicians who
Hpve always exploited them?
IfTO Percent Unionist.
BMW'1' BP 1 1 ITAB f TrhWAr 1 1 .1 a 1 1. .

i"'vn9 xfii, ins nmciuumi portion oi mi? r-
MMi letter on the performance of Local-rate unions mil
appear In tomorrow's Mall Box.t

By VICTCR RIISIL

They're just not catering to
newsmen u tne Hotel and Res Res-Uurjiu
Uurjiu Res-Uurjiu Employes and Barienuers
International Union Headquarters
in Cincinnati these days although
this mnUi larger, union in the
land is aooui ,0 oe rocKed by a
chain reaction of multimillion dol dollar
lar dollar scandals.
The rope is up at the door or
rainer ai the switchboard. This
caller was told that the union's
president, Ea Miller, is "some "some-where
where "some-where in Arkansas." A phone con conversation
versation conversation with another top official
was monitored Dy a myster.cus
voice wnich announced that "you
have just been hooked in on a
comerence call."
Just who Big Brother is cru t
there, I don't know. But what
worries him is as obvious as a
dime tip. The Senate's wispish
crusader, Bob Kennedy, is about
to link sections 01 me union with
the Mafia Grand Council the Ca Ca-pone
pone Ca-pone syndicate, interlocking gamb.
ling networks and some real y ma.
jor underworld operations hi the
entertainment field which will rock
and roll the country.
Just where the McClellan Cam.
mittee will start is thair secret.
But thay could wall begin in
1939 when Chicago restaurant
and night club owners were
just e bit weary ei beatings,
stuggings, bombings and just eld
fashioned strikes meaning vie.
lence, stench bomb and win.
dow smashing.
The Chicago Restaurant Assn.
then was subtly informed that it
could suddenly enjoy unnatural
quiet if it hired one Abe Teitel Teitel-baum
baum Teitel-baum to handle its "labor rela relations."
tions." relations." For such counsel!, lawyer

Teitelbaum wanted only $125,000 a

year, a new type prevailing wage.
The restaurant owners hired
him. All labor troubles disappear disappeared.
ed. disappeared. The association paid its mon money,
ey, money, asked no questions and got
labor peace.
As it will be more detailedly
explained before the Mcueiian
Committee by Virgil Peterson di director
rector director of the Chicago Crime Com
mission, Teitelbaum was closely
associatel with one James E
Blakely, Fifth International Vice
President of this Hotel and Res.
taurant Employes and Bartenders
International Union.
On Mar. 16, 1951, the Chicago
Tribune bmntly described Blakely
as a former gunman and a known
associate of gangsters and hood
lums. Brother Blakely still is an
International Vice President and
will soon be investigated by the
AFL-CIO Ethical Practices Com.
mittee.
It was all one social set. Coun.
selor Teitelbaum was "icarface"
Al Capone's lawyer. And the "la.
bor relations expert" often said:
'"Alphonse Capone was one of
the most honorable men I ever
met." Of course, that was in the
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"Scar, ace," sometimes known Jfes
Al Brown, moved Teilelbaumfonf

Thus the mob worked both
ends. Through Teitelbaum they us.
ed the Chicago catering unions to
hang one on the restaurant own owners.
ers. owners. Through others in the syndi.
cale, the McClellan, Committee will
disclose, they tied unions to the
gambling networks, lor example.
We trace this one through tire
late Claude (Screwy) Maduox. lie
was a power in the Chiclgo area
restaurant unions. When he died
recently, he was at liberty just
out of stir on a rap for vio aling
laws against transporting gamb.
ling devices across state lines.
"Screwy" was tied in with
something celled the Taylor
Manufacturing Co., In Al Ca Capone's
pone's Capone's own Cicero, III. Officially
the firm is described as a sup.
pliar ef "gaming house equip
ment te gambling houses
throughout the nation." Mostly
dice.
And where do you put this gam gaming
ing gaming stuff? At one end of t lush
restaurant where the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment and food are good and in.
expensive. The boys don't make
their money on food-laden taoies.
But they need them and need
low-priced waiters and other res.
taurant help, meaning no unions

or "cooperative" unions.
And how better to get peace
than to have a Maddox, in his
spare time, oversee a union.
The business agents just never
forget that he was tied in with
Tony Accardo, the host with the
most for the Chicago Joys.
"Screwy" and Tony were suspects
in the St. Valentine's Day massa.

ere, which our shook down gener.
ation will remember as a real
bit of history and not a Jim Cag Cag-ney
ney Cag-ney ,ilm.
These are but tiny case histo.
ries in the saga the McClellan
Committee wi'l tell over the next
four months but they are the
pattern for the making of billions
of dollars in illicit liquor, narco narcotics,
tics, narcotics, gambling, extortion, vice
and, always, the seizure of legi legitimate
timate legitimate unions and businesses.

BROADWAY LOVI LITTER
It it no skewp that Tin Pan Al.
ley has been part of his report reporter's
er's reporter's beat ever since he started
scribbling items for the papers....
There are dents in the Winchell
chapeau trom doffing it to Irving
Benin, Cole Porter, Rodgers and
Hammerstein, Mitchell Parish,
Hoagy Carmichael, Oeorge M.
Cohan, Gordon and Revel (not
to speak ol tiiose Johnny.come -lovelies
Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Va
Heusen, Frank Loesser, Lerner
and Loewe, Meredith Wiilson)
and a large congregation of mus.
ic makers who call their shots
Irom Hollywood and make them

heard 'round the world.

in turn, how to the great Ameri

ican music master George Gersh.
win, who was born sixty years
ago this year ana died on July
11 be. ore his 39th birthday.

for five of the most successful
"Scandals" during which his sala salary
ry salary was elevated to $125 a week.
But his royalties rocketed into the
thousands, and he wrote some of
the most enduring of all popular
standards, including "Somebody
Loves Me." Ir became his great,
est hit since "Swanee."

It was this reporter who, in a
broadcast on Sunday, night, June
21, 1937 (and in the following
morning's column) first notified
the newspapers and the people
that Mr. Gershwin was seriously
ill in California. .This was done

, v a oniy aaer we were aware uv

many SWi ,.n lou ,u n.- speciaiists were being sum.

He wrote "Rhapsody in Blue"
(in 1924) mr performance by Paul
Whiteman and his orchestra in an
all-American concert at Aeolian
Hall. .It has been called the
"Emancipation Proclamation of
Jazz" because it established jazz
in the realm of serious music. .

They j Two years later (with Walter

Damrosh conducting and uersn
win at the piano) his "Concerto in
F" was introduced by the New
York Symphony Society. . Eight
years later "Of Thee I Sing" (for
which he wrote the melodies) ac.
complished the incredible for a
musical comedy, winning the Pul Pulitzer
itzer Pulitzer Prize. .But his greatest
work was yet to come.

moned lor consultation from Mew

York and Washington and the
Gershwin family was resigned to
the fact that the gravity of his
illness could no longer be kept a
secret. . Fourteen days later
George Gershwin died.

Though he was only 38 he had
already had a long career, which
has never ceased to grow in emin eminence
ence eminence until it now stretches into
eternity. .When the column was
a cub around Broadway, Mr G.
(G. for Great) had a running
head start toward fame. .At 15
he became a pianist song plugger
for Remick, one of the dominant
publishing lirms. .Two years lat later
er later his first song was published,
"When You Want' Em You Can't
Get' Em." It ne.ted him a total of
$5. . .A year later he wrote
"Swanee." It sold millions of cop.
ies of sheet music and recordings
. .And, at 22, he signed to do the
musical score for "George White's
Scandals."

He had tread a' 1 book, JPorgy"

(by DuB6k HeywIlM), lid tjbd
seen the 'p ay adapted from it by

neywara ana nis wiie, ano we
subject remained with him. It
seemed to embody all That he
sought for a unified musical work
of major stature. .After several
years of thinking about it he beg began
an began to collaborate with Heyward,
creating music to Heyward's li.
bretto, with brother Ira Gershwin
collaborating on the author's lyr lyrics.
ics. lyrics. .When "Porgy and Bess"
premiered at the Alvin Theatre
(under the auspices to the New
York Theatre Guild on October
10. 1935) it started a chain reac reaction
tion reaction which established Gershwin
firm'y.as a major composer of the
first order.
That night it also started to
make theatrical history, both here
and abroad, as no other American
theatrical production ever has. .
Seven years after its original run
of 124 per ormances, it was re.
vived in 1942 (at the Ma.iestio
Theatre) and stayed on Broadway
for eight months, enjoying the

longest run of any stage revival

pular abroad, even under Nazi op opposition
position opposition to its American Ol'ina .
It was performed 22 times to sold,
out houses in Copenhagen in 1943,
when Denmark was occupied by
the Nazis, and cordons ol Danisn
police surrounded the theatri to
protect it trom bombing by tne
Gestapo. . A new production n
New Vork in 1952 was described
by colleague Brooks Atkinson (of
tne N.Y. rimes) as "magnificent
. . .a 1 Gershwin and all gold. .
what a theatre classic ought to
be."

(I

It was just such a production,
with a cast 0 Negro artists as
always, that made international
history when it was aent abroad
by the U. S. State Dept. (in 1952.
53) and again in 1955.56, inciting
just as wild enthusiasm in Len.
ingrad and Moscow as in London,
Paris ad Rome, and inspiring
Dwight D. Eisenhower to com.
mend the company as "in a real
sense, ambassadors of the arts."

I in the history of the New York
Gershwin composed the scores theatre. .It has been equa'ly po-

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It will be observed as a Silver
Anniversary tribute to Gershwin
by hisTO'ow composers in Tin
Tan Pan Alley, in the theatres, in
symphony auditoriums throughout
the world. .ASCAP the powerful
(yet benign) organization which
protects the copyrights mleres.s
of composers, authors and tub tub-lishers
lishers tub-lishers and licenses 'their works
for per, ormances, is already p an an-ning
ning an-ning its own special to him. .
The musical play best loved by
Gershwin and all the world will
go out from Hollywood, irom the
very studio for which he wrote
his last song before he died
("Love is Here to Stay," for "The
Go dwyn Follies") to be seen
and heard by audiences who
might otherwise never know its
full excitement and pleasure.

WASHINGTON-"yghtning Joe
Collins, Use combat general .vha
100k Cherbourg wtdi such speed
during the Normandy invasion and
who iater became Army Ctuei of
atari, believes the United Su.es
will lose the entire Near East East-except
except East-except for Israel. 1
Collins was talking to a group
of his Army-Mavy cronies a. the
Army and Navy Club almost tv
multaneous with John Duster Dul Dulles'
les' Dulles' worries over sending Marines
into Lebanon to rescue that coun country
try country from pro-Nasser, pro-Soviel A
rabs. v

Collins expressed the belief tuat
the United States could not block

the tide 61 Arab nationalism and
that in war we could noi use

near Cast ou anyway. The water

ways through the Red Sea and

Suez are too narrow, can be too

easily bombed or patrolled ty
submarines. f
Furthermore, the Russians have
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dimeius oniy uu mues away anq

could bomb oil installations in a

few minutes.
By using oil from Canada, Vene

zuela and the United States, o-

pined Collins, the West could

get along withou. Arabian on a
nyway. In time of peace the A

rabs want to sell their oil to 'he

West just as muxh as Western

Europe wen s to buy it
"The Israeli Army is one of the
toughest ana most modern in the
world," said one of the toughest
combat commanders of W 0 1 d
War II. "As long as they are

helped by American Jewry, Israel

can survive as the one friendly
outposi in the Near East."
Collins flunks General de Gaulle
will be able to save Algerian oil
for Prance if He plays j? smart.
He will have to keep out Ameri American
can American oil companies and will have
to make peace with the Algerian
Nationalists. If, he doesn't, he'll
have a guerrilla war on his hands
for years.
"You and I know," Collins re reminded
minded reminded his Army buddies, "what
it means to fight a guerrila war.
You just can't win."
"NO GIFTS" SHFRM AN
The White House used to be
much more careful about receiv receiving
ing receiving gift3 at least, cer.ain kuds
of gifts.
When professor Alexander Mc
Beath of Dublin University worte
a treatise on "Plea for Heretics"
it was printed in pamplet form
by John G. Moore of Pasadena.
Calif., and sent to leaders of A-
merimn" rirtHlip nninmn ih imana

. r. ....... n uvj niAiung
others to President Eisenhower.

ine pamphlet was returned by
the White House, toge.her .with a
note wWch read: "The Whit
House regretfully returns this as
we can accept no gifts," Signed
"Sherman Adams."
"Perhans I should hsu sunt

vicuna coat," commen'.s Moore.

CAPITAL CHAFF
Correction: This column recent recently
ly recently called attention to the fact
that the only two Alabatea njfevs njfevs-papers
papers njfevs-papers supporting fte gaiBto gaiBto-rial
rial gaiBto-rial cadidacy of John Patterson,
who was also supported by the
Ku Krux Klan, were owned 0111
side the s ate of Alabama, one of

Perhaps the greatest authority
on "Porgy and Bess," Rouben
Mamoulian, who directed the or.
iginal play "Porgy" as we' I as the
Gershwin-Heyward collaboration
when it was first performed, was
signed to direct the screen vers,
ion. .With Sidney Poitinr and
Doro.hy Dandridge as the leads
Pearl Bailey as Maria and Sam Sammy
my Sammy Davis Jr, as that raffish ras
cal, Sportin' Life, "Porgy and
Bess" was being put in read read-ness
ness read-ness for another trip around the
work! (this time on filmi when
the sound stage and sets were
destroyed by fire, delaying the
'ilrhing for two months. . .When
the picture is released it wi I be
25 years since Gershwin began the
score lor "Porgy and Bess."

And something very special will
happen in New York. . .Lights
will seem brighter; silver bells
will ring in the hearts of those
who remember. . Some lost
eloquence and poetry and magic
of universal emotion, some re remembered
membered remembered magnificence will re.
turn to The Greatest Canyon. .
Because "Porgy and Bess" and
Gershwin will be back on Broad,
way.

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them being the Dothan Eagle,
owned oy Ralph isicliolson, a
Quaker-euucated Hoosier now liv living
ing living in Florida.
I now learn that though Nich-
Alann's naiiAr siinrvirrcwt t.

- 1 f-j aiici-
son, it came out editorially a-

gainst um jwu aviux avian as t
"discredited, rejected, and repm
dieted outfit," In fairness to Nicht
Olson's candidate, Patterson, incij
dentally, won the election... sen
a tor Byrd of Virginia had a fanf,
ily debate last week over Alas,
kan statehood with his son, Har;
rv Rvrrl Jr Tho Sofia trn- urjuioJ

to deliver a Senate speech against

sta euooa. 111s son tried to tail
him out of it Byrd wasn't com completely
pletely completely persuaded by his son's ar,
gu meats for Alaskan statehood,
but compromised by canceling hit
speech and still voting against
s.atphiiofl llictalnr Nssssr n

pened a propaganda office in

wasningion last luesflay in thi
name of the Arab League, Drj
Hussein Selin was brought flirt
Cairo to run the office.. He will
be assisted by an American new
paperman, Stan Merkuson.
The Arab League, already hat
offices in Chicsgo and San Frsic
Cisco. Nasser also intends to j A
another office, probably in A.Ian
ta.
STRANGE PACKAGE I
On the same day Jim HagertJ
admitted Presiaont Elsenhowel
had receive vicuna clo.h iron)
Bcrnaru Goldiine oul claimed bl
had given it aWay to ah unremem
bered frienr', an in.eresting pack package
age package appeared at the Washing)
airport to be put aboard Ameri
can. Airlines flight W to NeV
York.
The package was marked "Frort
The White House" and addressed
to "MoUie Parnis, 530 Seventl
Avenue, New York."
The package was taken to tiu
plane by a special airport official
and handc 1 to the c-'.Mn wit)
the instruction, "This 4s a verj
valuable coat from the W h 1 1 1
House."
"A vicuna coal?" cracked tin
captain.
"Could be," replied the airlint
official. "There'll be a messengei
waiting for it in New York," hi
added. "Be sure that it's deliver
ed only tn him."
American Airlines flight 578 ar
rived promptly at 'li:4S L)
Goardia airport and a messengei
was waiting for the coat or pack pack-age
age pack-age or whatever it ws.
MoUie Pamis is a well know!
dress designer. When this writetf
queried her about recept of thi
package she said: "I don't kno4
anything about it. We didn't rel
ceive a package from the White)
House on Tuesday, June IT." Shj
did admi1: 4hat she handled Mrs
Eisenhower's clothes from timi
to time. j
American Airlines confirmed the
fact that the package Was put a
board flight 578 which left Wash
ington at 11:23. They did not
know wbia was in' the oaekve:
Jim Hagerty's statement thai
the President received' some vicu.
na ckrh from Bernard Goldfina
w r"--e at about 9:30 a.m. th
same day.

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BOUND FOR CAMP EL VOLCAN, a griup of 50 Scouts and their adult leaders from units of the Canal Zone Boy Scout Council wave goodbye as they prepare to board a COFh airplane for
the trip to Chiriqui Province, where the Council-owned and operated camp is located. Arranged as a charter flight by the Council, with each scout and adult paying a share of the cost,
the group of 44 boys and six adults left Tocumen airport Saturday for a two-week stay at the camp. A second group will go to El Volcan on July 19. Other scouts, adult leaders and
volunteer camp personnel traveled to the camp by other means last week. (Canal Zone Scout Council Photo)

COL. C. A. BEALL Jr., U.S. Army Caribbean adjutant general, presented the Commendation Rib Ribbon
bon Ribbon with Metal Pendant to) two members of the Adjutant General's Section at a recent ere ere-mony.
mony. ere-mony. Recognized for their outstanding service were, left, Sfc Russell D. Baus, chief clerk in
the administrative services branch, and Sgt. Frank Ortiz, chief of the AG reproduction branch.
(VS. Army Photo)

Caesar Undaunted
As British Critics
Blast TV Program
LONDON UPI) Poker-faced
comedian Sid Caesar and his
mad-cap partner Imogene Coca
make .heir second appearance on
British television t o 1 a y, un undaunted
daunted undaunted by British press criticism
of their debut last week.
, "If we got upset about it we
wouldn't be in business," said
Imogene between rehearsals for
today's show.
"L's the same as it is at home.
The critics are never unanimous."
The Daily Express noted that
the Coca Caesar debut last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday "conspicuously failed to set
the Thames on fire."
Many London newspapers par particularly
ticularly particularly panned the publicity
buildup thaic proceeded the first of
a series of 13 Caesar-Coca televi televi-casting
casting televi-casting Corporation.

OUT OUR WAY

BY J. R. WILLIAMS

CURLY, SOMEHOW I WI&H Y WELL, HE AIKI'T MO
OU HAPWT TOLP ME CAVALIER, IS ME T
V THAT FELLOW IS ONE BUT HE'S TH REAL I
) OF THE BEST COWBOVS TRUTH, THET PEL-
I IM THIS WHOLE COUNTRY.' I LER HE AIN'T NO
) HE -UH-WELL, HE SORT FICTION -HE J
OF SPOILS THE ROMANCE A WOULPN'T GO
V OF IT-TH'-TH'-OH,l ( OVER IN A BOOK,
V GUESS I'M SILLY -BUT ER TH' MOVIES, I I
5vT,l?V v J KNOW GUESS, WOULD
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Solon; Condemn
'Harsh, Inhuman1
Russian Policies

WASHINGTON (UPI) Con Congressional
gressional Congressional experts said today that
the Soviet regime has used "gen "genocide,
ocide, "genocide, massive discrimination and
abuve of power" to suppress non non-Rmsian
Rmsian non-Rmsian nationalities in the Soviet
Union.
"That Soviet nationality policy
has been harsh and often in inhuman
human inhuman has been shown by the

history of over four decades of

ruthless suppression of the non non-Russian
Russian non-Russian minorities." they said.
The finding are included in a
78-page study prentred for use
of the Senate Internal Securitv

subcommittee by the Library of
Congress' legislaiav e erference
service. It was made puhlic by
Cahriman James 0. Eastland

(D-Miss).
In an accompanying statement.

Eastland said the Soviets have

used native racial and national

istic prides to "kindle the fires

of international revolution

"Throiioh trameo tgitators and

exploitation of everv suitable oc

casion," he said, 'national and

racial feelings are whipped up to
a boiling Doint which culminates

in acts of Violence and rebellion,

directed primarily against govern

monts of the free wrold and their

allies."

The study tells ir detail how

the Soviets have discriminated
against the non Russian groups

in tne soviet Union.

"Genocide, massive discrimina discrimina-ion
ion discrimina-ion an d ab" e o fnower have

been and continue to be the chief

instruments of the Soviet govern government
ment government in carrying out Its national-

itv nolicv." the experts wrote.

"The non Russian peoples of

the U.S.S.R. have suffered and

continue to suffer grave injustic injustices.'
es.' injustices.' the report said. "Prospects

for the future Hn not appear to

be particularly bright."

The experts said "the spirit of

nationalism the identity of a

peonle with the common idea of

nationhood has plagued the
Soviet empire and doubtless will
for manv years be a serious
source of contention."

DEDICATES RAILWAY LINE
TSU, JaDan (UPI) Japan
National Railways today dedi dedicated
cated dedicated a 212-mile iline that was
40 years in the building. The line
runs over and through the rug rug-Ted
Ted rug-Ted mountains of the Kli Pen Peninsula
insula Peninsula of Central Janan. A to total
tal total of 145 tunnels riot th route
which links the cities of Waka Waka-yama
yama Waka-yama and Aukaguchi.

Alaskan Officials
To Make Available

Land To Homestead

Washington rnrT Hi JnM

Gov. Michael A. Stepovieh in indicated
dicated indicated today that modern-day

pioneers in the Union's 49th state
will be able to stake nut frp.

homesteads, the lure which at

traded more oeoDlp tn the West

than gold.

The federal government owns
90 per dent of Alaska's 588.400

square miles. But Stepivich said

When about one fourth .if this l.nrf

is handed over to the new state

government "we hope to be more
lenient in our rules and regula regulations
tions regulations as far as homesteading is
concerned." The statehood biB
which Congress passed last Mon
day provides for 25 per cent ef
the federal land to go under
state ownership.
Stepovieh said the land would
be used to attract industries and
settlers to the sparsely settled
northern ternory, which is twice
as big as Texas.
"In all probability we'll sell
some of the land and lease some
of the land," Stepovieh said in
television interview with Ren.
Harold C. Ostertag (R.N. Y.).
The governor did not give any
details of the homestead plana.
Under homestead laws sttleri
gained title to mil'ions of acre
of western lands by cultivating it.
Stepovieh also said he believed
Alaska financially could rupport
a state government. Opponents of
thie statehood bill said the federal
government wou'd have to sub subsidize
sidize subsidize Alaska. But the governor
said his territory had a 10 million
dollar budget surplus this year..'
The lack of adequate transpor transportation,
tation, transportation, highways, and businesses
are Alaska's main problems Step Stepovieh
ovieh Stepovieh said.
He predicted that Alaskans:
'overwhelmingly" would accept
statehood in the referendum
which is reouired before the ter.
ntory can become a state He
predicted a margin of 7 to 1 or
10 to 1 in favor of joining the
union. The referendum wfl be
held Dec. 10 or Dec. 15, he laid.

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PANAMA AMERICAN Alt INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TTjWDAY, JULY I, INI

o

By MRS.
MURIEL LAWRENCE
Hart the call on Saturday
morning. Her daughter says,
."Jim wants us to go the Parsons'
tonight, Mother. But our sitter has
a date. Can you sit for us? Why
don't you and Dad come to din.
ni sc that can be with the kids
be ore they go to bed?"
But Dad doesn't care to be with
the kids at the price of spending
six acuts of boredom in his
daughter's house. So Mrs. Hart
prepares his supper, leaves him
U eat it alone and drives oft with
her aon.iu.law to the dinner and
besiini" confusions of her daugtvt.
er's house.
Finally alone, she finds herself
thinking resentfully. "Why can't
lii phone her sitter before the
girl makes a date? Does she for. J
flat to do it because she knows i
aha cap rount or me? Why noes
the iirtume that wha! Dad and 1
want to do on Saturday right is
Of no 'Miport-iriee compaieti with I
what she an? Jim want to do'"
And promptly she begins to des despise
pise despise hersfli for ihii resistance to
ttrt iflle o' AlLHelpful Mama.
So she'll probably he Stuck with
the role ior a long, long time.
Becatisft when we despise some
flaw in perfection in ourselves, we
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5 of hospital cases tested! No ordi ordinary
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has absorbent cornstarch base. Clingi
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Use tflet evtry change.
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NESCAFE

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ANOTHER OF NESTLES GOOD THINGS

except others to despise it too.
And we hide it from them desper.
ately, just as poor Hester Prynne
hid the "A" for Adulter branded
upon her breast
How simple would be Mrs,
Hart's solution were she not
ashamed of he: unmothenv re.
sentment. When her children
came home, she's just have to
say, "My dears. I don't enjoy
this lonely baby sitting business.
Next time you want an evening
off, why not arrange tc bring the
children over to us for the night
so that Dad and I can have fun
together in our way. too?"
Have you ever considered the

meaning of the word "meek.
ness"9
We should. Jesus called it
"bessed". When he goes out of
his way to single out a human
character quality lor such high
praise, we owe its meaning? some
thought of our own instead of
sleeping on the definitions o our
Sunday school teachers
1 think meekness is the courage
to present ourselves to others as
we are. not as we think we ought
to be or may he tomorrow
And I think Jesus promised the
meek the inheritance o' the earth
because He put such store by
emotional honesty.
But Mrs. Hart I expect, has her
jiind on inheriting heaven.
MAKE fRIENOS

i can be spilled on the carpet, or
leave them on tables where they
Memo to teen-agers: When you can mak rings, or scatter bits
g3 to a "Coke" party in a friend's i of food around,
home don't let the crowd and the You'll be welcome anywhere if
excitement make you careless o',you have good manners and wel wel-your
your wel-your manners. For instance, don't come no place if you don't.

4

there's always ttme for

100V.

&a W,l Say,...

Some girl is going to hate you
one day, Mom, if you let your son
grow up with the kind of carelcsa,
inconsiderate habits that are a
aonstant source of annoyance to a
man's wife.
So if you wan! your daughter in inlaw
law inlaw to love you, make sure that
your son son-Can
Can son-Can take a shower without leav leaving
ing leaving the bathroom looking like
hurricane had struck it.
Is nea1 abou taking care of his
clothes and personal belongings,
instead of strewing them all over
the house.
Writes hi; own thank-.you note
and letters ins'ead of expecting
someone else to take care of ;ueh!
chores.
Is considerate about telephoing
when his change of "plans will af affect
fect affect someone else.
Knows what jobs around a house
and yard are "man's work.''
Can accept small annoyances
withou blowing his top or grow
ing sullen.
Doesn't have to be right ALL of;
the time, so that the first thing he
dons when tr makes a mis'ake is;
look around for someone to blame
for it
Does the things he has to do
when they need to be done instead
o" nutting everything off.
Fols some ressjnnsibili'y for the
happiness of those who share a
I home wini him. msiean it Keeping
' things in ? constant turmoil
' Trca's r'i"'" wi'h onsideration
ins ead f thinking 'hat he cm
I m-'-r n- fn- .ii" '-iiirt oi hurt he
I inflicts just by saying, "I'm so'"-
ry
! Does something about a prnb-
1p,t, i'ten.d of grousing about it
I endlessly.
' In' o res'innsiblc when it coir.es
to money or financial obligations.
TRAIN WRECK INJURES 35
GREENWICH, England (UPD (UPD-A
A (UPD-A nassengc Irain collided head -ir.
with a freight train at Maze Hill
station here Friday. Approx1 -na'e-ly
35 of the 40 passengers aboard
the electrified commuter train
were injured, two of !hem severe severely.
ly. severely. There were no fatalities.
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MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH LAWRENCE
MISS MARCIA STARR AND MR. JOSEPH CICLRO

MARRiED IN THE FORT AMADOR CHAPEL

Lt. Col. and Mrs. James C Stair of Fo rt Amador announce the marriage of their
daughter, Marcia Lou to Joseph Lawrenca Cicero, son of Mr. and Mrs. James j. Cicero of
Balboa. The Rev. Paul C. Loeven, CM., of St. Mary's Mission, Balboa, performed the cere ceremony
mony ceremony which took place in the Fort Amador Chapel on June 28.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a ballerina length gown of while
brocaded satin fashioned with glove lettarlh sleeves and a boat neckline. Her fingertip veil
of white illusion was attached to a tiara of pearls. She carried a bouquet of white rose-

huds Attached to the ribbon
fashioned in the shape of an
The maid of honor, Donna Jones
wore a peach colored ballerina
length dress 0.' brocaded satin and
carried yellow roses. Connie Sue
Starr was her sister's junior
bridesmaid and was attired in a
gown of white finished with peach
colored satin ribbon. She carried
a nosegay bouquet and wore f ow.
ers in her bair.
Louis Charles of Margarita was
Mr. Cicero's best man and the
ushers were John Riley and James
McKeown.
the brides mother wore a t
mauve organza over pink taMcta
dress with powder blue and pink
accessories.
The groom's mother wore an a.
qua lace dress with satin trim and
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streamers were pedals of the same nases. The bouquet was
"M" the initial of the bride's first name.

aqua accessories. Here for the
wedding from Atlantic City,' New
Jersey was the groom's paternal
granamother, Mrs. Marie Cicero.
The wedding marches and pro.
gram of pre-nuptial music "werfe
played by Mr, Seville, the chapel
organist.
Fol owing the ceremony, a small
reception was helu at the Fori
Amador Ollicer's Club. Mrs.
James Morns, sister 01 the room,
was 111 cnarge of the tindal book.
Vhe bride is a graduate ol liai-
boa llign School wan tins years
class and the room a graduate ol
tne Canal Zone Junior uollcje. He
is with tne United Fruit t:npany.
Folbwing a short honeymoon,
the young couple wi I make their
home in Cristobal until iai
they will move to Balboa.
when
Capt. and Mrs. Batchellor
Leave the Isthmus Tomorrow
Captain and Mrs. J. K. Batchel Batchellor
lor Batchellor leave tomorrow aboard the
(Jibbins or their new assignment
at the Navai Research Ceiuef in
Wasljinglan, D.C. With Rem Will
be their two youngest children
Pan and Paul. Capt. Batchellor is
the lormer Civil engineer of the
15 Naval Oisirici. tietore going In
Washington they will have .1 short
vacation in New York and al.o
plan to see their daughter Patsy
who is studying to be a nurse at
Reading, Pa. Their son Kenneth,
Jr. is stationed at Pensacola, Fla.
Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. McElroy
Leaving Aboard the Gibbons
Lt. Cmor. and Mrs. John B. Mc McElroy
Elroy McElroy and their three children will
leave tomorrow aboard the Gib Gib-bins
bins Gib-bins for their new assignment at
Charlesion, S.C. Lt. Comdr. Me,
Elroy was'the Assistirnt industrial I
Manager lor the 15 Naval District.
They will spend a short vacation
u..i a m i
ill ITVJl K VJ ll.il.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)
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Box 134,
Panama

CICERO
Each notice tor inclusion in thli
column should be tubmiNed in
rvBL-wniten turm and mailed
the box numbei listed daily in So Social
cial Social and Otherwise, 01 delivered
By h..nd to the oiiict. i-ioticcs ot
maihngs canno: be accepted by
ro.i'pheaa.
Eoard of Administrators
Of Bella Vista Children's Children's-home
home Children's-home 10 ivteet
There will be a meeting of the
uuoiu ui iiuiuuii,i uiors 01 me
isciia vista Children s Home on
weunesoay, Juiy at 4:1a
in Bishop Morris hall.
p. in,
Morning Guild to Meat
'.vim JV.is. ooouen
The Morning Guild of the Cihe.
dral 01 M. L,ukc, Ancon, will meet
on Friday morning, Juiy 11, with
Mrs. K. HebCr Oooden. ai ihp
shop's House, Ancon.
f C Installation This Evening
'ine Cristobal Council 1689,
Knights Of Columbus, will hold an
installation 01 oiiicers and buji
ness mec.ing at the Council Cham Chambers,
bers, Chambers, Margarita, this evening, Ju Juiy
iy Juiy 8, at 7:30.
Atlantic Branch, Canal Zone
Art League, To See Films
Two films, "Franklin Watkins,
American Aitis(" and "Rural An
in the United States," will be
shown ai. the meeting this evening
of the Atlantic Branch of the Can
f',,2"".6 Alit Lea8"e. The mfteiing
win mc pidee ai :.su p.m. in tne
rT'8 wAorksnoP Ihe corner
ofJadwin Avenue and I jchthnuse
Road, Galun.
Alpha Lodge N-o. 35
Will Meet in Colon
The "Alpha" Lodge No. 3, In.
dependen United, Order of Me
chanics, Friendly Society, wilj iiold
its regular monthly business meet meeting
ing meeting Wednesday, July 9 at 7:34 p.m.
The meeting will be held in the
"Fraternity Hall" on the corner
of Eight and Amador Guerrero a a-venue
venue a-venue in Colon. Presiding over ibis
meeting Will be Arthur J. Evans,
Sr., Illustrative Grand, and the
special feature of the evening will
be the annual official visit of die
Isthmian District Grand Lodge No.
4, ior the examination of the
Lodge's officers and hooks. All
Mechanics in good standing wi:tl
their respective Lodges are in
vited,

Boat Picnicking Requires
Special Meal Planning

BY OAkWOR MADUOX, NEA
o
Today, tun and sea combine to
I make boating one of our top sport.
! More than V million family ple
sure boats will be clotting the coun country',
try', country', waterways this year. That
means millions of picnic lunches
will have to be packed to aaiifv
wa er-sharpeneu appetites.
Moat boats offer title projection
tfrom the sun or the phmic hamp hamper
er hamper Therefore, special care mtit'
be giyen to the foods packed to in insure
sure insure safe transporting .0 oma
tempting beach spot, or for eat eating
ing eating in the 01 n ipr njurs o the
water. Almos. 8 million of the plea pleasure
sure pleasure boaLs in use are powered by
outboafd motors which pull Up.
.thereby enabling boaters to aclert
their spot for beaching and set '.in g
up a portable grill.
Frozen foods are ideal for bust busting
ing busting picnics, according to experi experienced
enced experienced boaters. Pack the foods so.
lidly frozen. They will thaw lur luring.
ing. luring. Protect these with .thermal
ture for eatina or for outdoor grill
ing. Protect these with hernial
baas. Let the frozen foods help
keep o her food safely' and invit invitingly
ingly invitingly chilled.
"Cooking with ice cubes" is a
practical solution to the boatmj
TUCSON, Ariz. (NEA) -"RICKY
NELSON DOESN'T
LIVE HERE ANYMORE."
I know nothing at all about
motel management but there is
no question about the necp.'.sily
Of such a sign on the the door
of Room 228 ai the Sands Hotel in
this Arizona resort ci.y.
The words are imperative un
til Ricky, playing cool-itesdad
gunslingcr "Colorado' knocks fff
those 11 killers as a favor to
Sheriff John Wayne in "Rio Bra Bravo1',
vo1', Bravo1', and returns to the sheltered
life with 0:zie, Hairic'. and David
in Beverly H'Ks.
THERE WiLL Be no peace ffU
er 3 p.m. fer occupants uf Room
228 until ihs sign appin.'s. And
aven then there can Vfc feO ?tial
antee about privacy in two two
eight.
I speak with a'uthoriif J
I checked into Room 228 after
Rickey surreptitiously cliecd
out. He moved to another rijjcsoa
hotel (identity censored by pro-"
ducer Director HowUfd Ha.vks
for security reasons) so he could
get some sleep, study bis lines and
practice the fas.est two-gun draw
in the celluloid West.
AFTER TUCSON teen agers
got Ricky's number at the Sands,
Ricky didn't a rickety-tick chance.
Even one of Ozzie's TV piot?
couldn', have saved him. He was
mobbed by a squealing, bobbv
socked horde playing "Knock.
Knock" on the door of Room ?28.
Then 1, became .the fall guy be
hind the door.
When your answer in IK's
"Knock, Knock, Who's There?"
game isn't "Ricky," yoU're in for
it man. The game turns into a
long," "Open the Door, Richard"
or-else refrain.
'RIO BRAVO," in which Rickv
is costarred with Wayne and Dean
Martin, was on a nigh -shooting
schedule when I fought the battle
of Room 228. The first landing
party, with authograph books cock
ed and pencils sharpened, arnv;
ed shortly after the 3 p.m. scnool
closing hour.
Luckily, I Avas decent, dressed
and ready for an early dinner dinner-before
before dinner-before the 15-mile trip to the "Rio
Bravo" movie location at Old Tuc Tucson,
son, Tucson, It took more salesmanship
than a Fuller brush man, I loll
you, to convince the ieen-age in invaders
vaders invaders that' Ricky didn't live in
Room 228 anymore.
It was -a little exhasuting, too
I counted 47 invaders ih five
groups arriving between 3:11 p.m.
and 4:20 p.m., when I Iff. the
room for a nice quiet spot' in
the local all night pool hall.
I GOT OFF some good ones like
answering Ricky who? to (bp
"Where's Ricky?" cries. When
one gorup accused me of hilling
RiCky, I let them in I let Uiem
in they almost knocked me
down! ) and they even looked und under
er under the beds.
At 4:18 p. m. weary of the wlwla
thing, I told the last but mo-.t
persistent group fiveyoufig 'ari 'ari-ies
ies 'ari-ies from the Tucson High School
sophomore class thai Ricky was
out but that I was Ow.ie Nelson,
and would they like Ozzie's auto autograph.
graph. autograph.
"You're not Ozzle, they said
wilh disgust. "Okay" I blushed.
"I'll tell you the truth. I'm Rick Rickey's
ey's Rickey's grandfather. How abOtH Rick Rickey's
ey's Rickey's grandfather's autograph?".
'You're too youjlg to be Ricky's
grandfather, "Sharen Baker, 14,
said, as the group's spokesman.
Well, that gpt me. I'm a pigeon
for flat ery. I told the girls tM
be seeing Ricky in a eoHple of
hours and could I get Ids air airgraph
graph airgraph for them. You'd thought
I was Elvis lJreSley, if the Melsin
clan will excuse the expression.
SO LATER on the "Rio Bravo"
set, I had Kicky write his name
live iimes on a sheet of paper
and I've just mailed the scrawl
"Rick Nelson" to Grace, 13, and

Wfk MOVIES-TELEVISION fJ H
Jf by Erskine Johnson
1 Stall Corrtspondint JtM WR 4tA

Food and Markets Editor

meal. The ice cubes, packed in
plastic hags or containers, keep
o.her foods cold in the picnic
hamper, inii'sty boa ds can s1 p
an ice cube into the mouth for a
full iiiirti quuin-.iei. Un shoie,
the melted ice cubes provide wa water
ter water for heating iranks or cofr.ed
beef, and for coffee ortea.
A snaek can is a "mus to lake
care of the "can't wail" p.ppeti p.ppeti-tes.
tes. p.ppeti-tes. Keep it fil ed with easily ar.
ried cookies, crackers, pretzels and
ot,3r munching foods. Avoid "sU "sU-ty"
ty" "sU-ty" snacks. They, increase thirs
Salads for boating menus are
best carried in a container separ separate
ate separate from the dressing. Cabbag- is
the boater's friend as it will re remain
main remain crlip lo9 af e. n her gffi'ns
haye wilted. Frefuehtly, a ch":ce
fingers is preferred to more el elaborate
aborate elaborate salads which requiere ex extra
tra extra forks and plates.
Boa in elm-ettft forbids the
tossing of garbage, used paper
plMi-, beli-"U, bolHfa and cans
overboard. Be a "good water
ni"hbOF." Pack you food lh a
container which may be deposit 1
in 'riSh barrel on your return
to shore.
-
Dolores Mesa, 14, sisters; Carol
ieelam, 15; Baioera Meibohm, 15
and Spokesman Sharon Baker, M
who is an expert at flattery.
, I Suspect they will be rather
suprised.
They had strange looks in their
eyes as Ihey left the door of 228,
with their school and autograph
books udder their arms. I have
a hunch they didn't believe a
word of my promise,
"Too young to be Ricky's grand grandfather.
father. grandfather.
. y OSWALD JACOBY
Written fer NEA Service
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Opening lead Q
What was wrong with our bid bidding?"
ding?" bidding?" writes an Atlanta reader.
We reacneu .our spaoes all r.trrit
but as you can see irom the hand
SIX Was a hlVi.nu m anil tl .1
J "il il 11 MUil U
nave taken some very bad breaks
lo cause us any trouble. Was Lie
iauit NorUvs, Soulm's or both part partners'?
ners'? partners'?
The entire fault was Morth'i.
Lye,, tnougn he only held nine
high ci.rd points hia iwo club r.
spouse was sound and wnen both
opponents bid hearts and his
parmer bid spaucs, North could
well hayt axtorued to jump right
m ldur ins.ead ol merely bidding
three.
it iKoutb had merely gone on to'
four spaaes he might nave been
giveh. joine blame out South gave
ns partner one more chance. He
bid iour c ubs.
North could not have been sure
that his our ciub bid was slam
(ry but.he did not have lo be sure,
lie had a Simple bid to find out.
Fdur diamonds.
'Not otiiy would this bid have
taken, North off the hook but it
would have passed the buck back
to South.
South should 'Have been able
to mark his partner With a
single! an heart since he would
have bid dubs, raised spades and
men raiaen diamonds. South could
nave.cnecked tor aces and bid the
am.
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CLOTHES FOR BABY A supply of baby clothes is presented to Elvia Pickering (holding baby, Dalia), one of the victims of the
San Miguel fire now living at the emergency Santa Cruz burough, by a delegation of the Junta Femenina de Beneficencia in
observance of their 11th anniversary. Shown above are: (1 to r) Vida McAlmon; Mrs. Florence Lindo, chaplain; Mrs. Louise
Thompson, president; Mrs. Pickering and her baby; Vivian Witter, board chairman; Mrs. Zurlka Straughn, recording secre secretary;
tary; secretary; Mrs. Icelene Solomon, vice president, and Mrs. Magdalena Raven eau.

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frosty white beads (lower left) with long rope of oval white
beads for dramatic look. Both necklaces are spaced with
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NEW YORK (NEA) That
long rope of beads is gradually
getting shor.er. The choker is
coming back in one, two, three,
four and five strands set high ;ip ;ip-on
on ;ip-on the neck.
H. Hoover Praises
Much-Critized
American Pavilion
NEW YORK (UPI) Former
President Herbert Hoover flew
home from his mission to the
Brussels Worlds Fair yesterday
with nothing but praise for the
much-critidze; American pavi pavilion.
lion. pavilion. The 83-year old elder states statesman,
man, statesman, looking fit despite a busy
schedule at Brussels, including
two major speeches, arrived at
Idlewild International Airport a a-board
board a-board President Eisenhower's of
ficial plane, the Columbine.'
Hoover appeared to be none
the worse for his trip, during
which he ignored hie dector's atl
vice to take things easv s a re result
sult result of a recent operation for re removal
moval removal of his' gall bladder.
He said he felt the U. S. ha-1
done a good job on its exhibit,
"considering the amount of mon money
ey money available."
He prajseri the architecture of
the American pavilion and also
commended the Beleian govern government
ment government for its "enterprise" in cre creating
ating creating the fair.
'Architecturally," Hoover said,
"the American building is the
most distinctive of the whole
fair. It stands out above all the
others."
Hoover went to the fair is the
persons! representative of Presi
dent Eisenhower.

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variity da'i-variity of designs, are just right ;zle of the white. Then come the
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4 the addition of golden btads of
The most interesting of the new contrast.

US Steep Up Drive Against Smoking
In View Of New Lung Cancer Report

WASHINGTON" (UPI)-The gov.
eminent plans to step up its
campaign to warn the public of
the dangers of excessive cigarette
smoking in light of a new report
on Jung cancer, Surgeon General
Leroy E. Burney sail yesterday.
Burney, who heads the V. S.
Public Health Service, told news,
men "We have some ideas and
plans" for following up the serv service's
ice's service's latest report.
He declined to discuss the de details
tails details of the new step up in the
service's year long campaign
against excessive smoking except
to ley that it would be "primari "primarily
ly "primarily educational" in its approach to
tbe public.
The Public Health Service
launched its first effort to woo the
pub ic sway from heavy cigarette
smoking alter finding "increasing
and consistent evidence" that
"excessive Cigarette smoking il
one of the causative factors of
lung cancer."
Cooperation Sought
In addition to issuing a public
warning, the Health Service re.
quested the American Medical
Assn. and state and local health
officers to join in an educational
drive.
There has beenno recent evalu.
action of ihe effect the cam campaign.
paign. campaign. Latest reports from the

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52. bck.ed!.b heavy fold plate.) Choker in modern key
design (lower center) has matching pendant earring with
P4' set at au angle. The Bower motif appears again
(right) in choker, earring and pin, all of them rimmed with
golden touches. These pieces are all Monet designs. The
choker length is the newest, either in single strand or bib.

Agriculture Department show )i )i-garet
garet )i-garet smoking is expected tp hit
a new all-time high in the nation
this year. A big shift to filter cig.
arettes seems the chief result of
the drive thus far.
Burney said the public health
service already has sent copies of
its new cigarette cancer report
together with an analysis of its
findings to all state and territor territorial
ial territorial health officers.
The report, made public last
week disclosed results of the big biggest
gest biggest and most thorough statistical
survey to date on the relationship
between smoking and deaths from
lung cancer and other diseases.
Previous Findings Confirmed
Conducted by the Public Health
Service and covering 200,000 vet veterans,
erans, veterans, it showed that during a
2H.year period there ware 32 per
cent more deaths among smokers
than among non-smokers, and 58
per cent more deaths among cig cigarette
arette cigarette smokers than non-smokers.
Burney said in an interview
that "the-new study added "con.
siderablet weight" to similar re.
suits of previous studies here and
abroad.
"I feel very definitely a rela relationship
tionship relationship has been established be.
I ween excessive and long smok smoking
ing smoking and lung, cancer," he said.
He added, however, that the

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Earrings appear in large button,
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Tankers Collide
In English Channel
BOULOGNE-SUR-MER. France
July 8 (UPI) Two oil tankers
identi ied as the 7,430-ton Norweg.
ian vessel Evje and the 6,611.
(ton Panamanian ship Dona Euge
nia collided in the English Chan Channel
nel Channel eany this morning.
One crewman died and two
others Were injured in the crash,
according to first reports. There
was no indication aborad which
ship the casualties have been suf suffered.
fered. suffered.
ine rrencn ocean-going tug Jean
Bart left Boulogne o r the collis.
ion scene some 80 miles from
here at B:30 a.m.
The collision was said t,t have
occurred at 1:90 a.m.
The Evje was reported to have
been badly damaged aroutiJ. the
stern and to be withou; means of
propulsion.
The Dona Eugenia, owned by
the Panama european navigation
Co., was said to have taken
serious damage above the water
line but ws reoorted able to
make itl own way.
1 "i r
"cause" or cancer in cigarettes
still has hot been iso'ated. He
also noted theories that irritation
from smoking may open a path
for csneer producing agents in instead
stead instead of the tars in the cigarettes
themselves causing cancel.

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Social and
Inter American Women's Club
To Hold Informal Party
The first party of the new club
year will be given by tbe hospi.
talily committee and will be a we -coming
party for members, their
guesis and prospective me.nbers.
The aJair will take place on Thurs
day. July If, at the IS Naval Dis
irict Community Hall. Cocmails
will be served at noon and lunch,
eon at 1:00. Cost of the luncheon
is $1.00 per person.
Marriage Announced
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Fortune
of Fort Kobbe announce the mar.
rlage of their daughter Betty Jean
to Mr. Richard Brun, son o Mr.
and Mrs. John Brun of Koral Ha
waii. The wedding took place on
June 28 in the Fort Koobe Chape
Announce Birth of Son
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd John Ston Ston-icher
icher Ston-icher (Sylvia Dinkgreve) now of
New Orleans. Louisiana, announce
the birth of a son, Richard Steph.
en, born on June to, iy8. Mater
nal grandparents
Mrs. Richard G
are Mr. and
Dinksreve of
Margarita. Canal Zone
Balboa Woman's Club
Will Meet Thursday
The Balboa Woman's Club Chari.
ty Card Group will meet at Fort
Amador Officers' Oepn Mess Ju July
ly July 10 at 12:30 for dessert and cards.
Hostesses for the occasion will be
Mrs. Peter Bolton. Mrs. Leo Ches
ter and Mrs. O. K. Worley. Any
one wishing to attend should call
by Wednesday. Mrs. Bo'ton. Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-7776; Mrs. Chester. Bal.
boa 1822 or Mrs. Worley, Balboa
4203.
Party at Gorgas Hospital
The members of the Quarry
Heights Women's Club, Muf Ro.
sanhe Masenga, President. Mrs,
Dorothy Ashlon, Mrs. Florence
Brent, Mrs. Connie Crosz and Mrs.
Dorothea Rodiman. held a party, 1

Democrat Predicts Senate Will
Restore Slash In Foreign Aid Bill

WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate
Democratic. Learler Lyndon M.j
Johnson predicted yesterday thiit
the Senate will restore at least!
part of the whopmng 872 million!
dollars slashed from President
Eisenhower's foreign aid bill by
the House.
The Texan also voiced confi confidence
dence confidence the Senate will approve;
"good" reciprocal trade and tie tie-fense
fense tie-fense reorganization bills before j
Congress adjourns for the year
sometirhe next month. t
Johnson, who called the aid.j
trade and reorganization meas-
ures the three major items stil'i
hanging fire, said he hoped "Con "Congress
gress "Congress will be able to send to the
President one of each that will
be satisfactory." n' ,r '.
The Democratic leader, fresh 1
from 'almost two weeks in Tcxa's,;
discussed the legislative outloo,:
with reporters as both houses gel
back to work after a long Four h
of July weekend.
Although other congressionttl
leaders have set mid-August ks
an adjournment target, Johnson
refused to commit himself excep!
to say thl "we should finish
somr'ime" next month.
Promises Productive Lws
"We have hart some productive
legislation," he said, "and there
wi'l be more."
In this connection, Johnson
listed catch-all farm and housing
bills among the "musv" legisla legislation
tion legislation which must be disposed of
before the lawmakers can return
home to start campaigning f r
the November elections.
Convicted Slayer
To Be Freed After
Inmate's Confession
JEFFERSON, Ga. (Ul'I
James Fulton Foster, reunited
wl h his- wife and five of his seven
children, waited today for legal
action expected to quickly clear
him of a slaying for which he
spent nearly two years on death
row.
The 40-year-old house painter
has been Convicted twice Of killing
a Georgia merchant during an at attempted
tempted attempted rohbery. But lat we
Charles P. (Rocky.) Rothschild of
Cairo, III., an inmate of the South
Carolina state prison, confessed it
was he who killed Charles Drake,
a Jefferson stroekeener.
Sunday Mrs. Foster," 38, and the
five children arrived here from
thir home in Greer. B.C., for
their firsl meeting with Foster
since Rothschild confessed. Then;
was an emotion-packed reunion
on the lawn at the county jail.
Lodeina was provided iot the
wife aho1 vounesters Mi emergency
living Quarters at the jail, where
Foster will be held until his hear
ine on a new trial nrObablV rti'h
in a week Mrs. Foster said she
and the children would stay with
him "until we can take him
bark."
Rothschild, a former Cairo po po-lireman.
lireman. po-lireman. told nuihoritirs thsl the
Biblp convinced him he should
admit Ihe" crime." His confession
was partly the results of effnris
bv a group Convinced of Foster's
innocence to have him set free.
"I knew from the very brxtin
ning he di 'n't do It," said Mrs.
Foster, who neem tne fond nrws
on a newscast Friday. "He's too
good a hufihand and father It
do it."
Flnvii Hn.nl, aHorncv who has
led the fichl to free Foster, said
a hearing on s new trial wkiiUI
probably be held in Athens by Ihe
middle of this week. A direc cd
verdict of not guilty will be re re-oucstcd
oucstcd re-oucstcd in the trijl itself, the law lawyer
yer lawyer said.

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Otlt

erwide
(on 11 h u td
"Carnival on Wheels," for the pa.
tients of Ward 12 at Gartjas Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. The patients throughly enjoyed
the activity and the epport iiity o
chatting with the members of he
groufc.
Punch and cookies made by the
members of the organiza'ion were
served and priees were a;rded
The Josers received cigarettes as
consolation prizes.
Miss Jacque'ine Wilson
Honored at Luncheon
Mrs. Ralph Jones was
hostess
at a luncheon at the Fort mador
Officers Ciuo yesierney nononng
Miss Jacqueline Wilson whose
wedding to 2nd Lt. Arthur Mace
wifl take place on Saturday.
Miss Carpenter To Spend
Summer With Parents
Miss Pamela Carpenter, daught daught-er
er daught-er of Mr.. and Mrs Bruce Carpen.
ter, o' Balboa, is expected to ar arrive
rive arrive on the Isthmus Thurs.
day to spend tne summer vacation
with her parents. A student at
Connecticut Col ege. Miss carpen carpenter
ter carpenter has spent the past year in PS.
ris where she was an exchange
student at the Sorbonne. She will
return to Connecticut College in
the fall to complete her senior
year.
Miss Carpenter is well known
1 on the Isthmus. She was a student
for two years in the Canal Zone
Junior Col ege. Mr. Carpenler is
Balboa M anager for the First Na National
tional National City Bank of New York.
Capt. and Mrs. O'Neil
Entertain At Cocktail. Buffet
Captain and Mrs Paul O'Neil
entertained at their Fort Davis
jjoj) o jaxatuiJooA uirikim sjiv
pn JOCSRI Pub jaussaj uoajunas
saw P" 0 11 -iouou, ut jajjnq
nB1133 1" Xuda saajjunb
Also still in the legislative mil
are the big defense money hill
,wo big mibic works measure,
an education science scholnrsh-.n
plan and a Senate-passed bill to
help prevent abuses of union we
fare tnnds.
In discussing the pared 1owt
$3,078 Ofr. 500 foreign aid hiM
passed by the House. Johnson
sid ii is "my oeronal view thai
the aid bill should be strength
ened by res' oral ien of some f
the money" sought by the Presi Presided.
ded. Presided. "I think it will be strengthened
some hd thai some of the ffioir'
ey wi" be restored," he adder1.
Issues Similar Forecast
Renublican Leader- Willidfe ..Ci
Knowland (Calif ) has issued a
simil"- forecas'. Howevef. there
was little real hone, tht move!
than 200 or 300 rH''i- ". 87l
"lillin dollar slash would be p it
buck.
The House action was on? of.
Eienbnwe-'s sharoest legislative
setbacks this session. It came in
j the face of prlrte'ial warning
i t ha big cuts in the nro?rn
"'Otild ieno!,rrli',e (,iis country's!
free world leadership.
The rorin-or-' 'ode bill va
passed by the House almost ex- j
j pctlv as reoiiftstf' bv lb Presi
den! and now is before the Sen Sen-I
I Sen-I ate Finnnce Committee. 3 Vh
! houses stil must act on the de
fense reorganization plan
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Clayton who are leaving lor new
assignments in the States.

Leave for Puerto Rico 1

Mr. and Mrs. Carson Davis of i announced yesterday. Maj. Gel
El Cangrejo and their daughter 'SaW Aziz 31 Afy, acting civil do
Bette are leaving today their new1 fense director, said the station
ASSIGNMENT IN San Juan, Pue Would be established at Alexaa
assignment in San Juan, Puerto dria, Cairo. Luxor, Port Said as)
Rico. Mr. Davis, who is with PAA. Mersama.ruh.

will be superintendent of Aircra't
Service.
Major And Mrs. Voortmeyer
Leaving Today
Major ana Mrs. William Voort Voortmeyer
meyer Voortmeyer and their faur children are
leaving today by plane for the U.
nued states. Major Voortmeyer
who has been stationed at Fort
Clayton, wi 1 go to New York and
the Atlantic Terminal Command. I

Pan American Clipper Brings
Jet Age To Latin America

The jet age has made Its
swooshing debut in Latin Amer America
ica America on the 600-mile-an-hour
wings of a Pan American World
Airways jet airliner first of
a fleet of 48 to be delivered to
PAA in the coming months.
Thousands of persons witness witnessed
ed witnessed the jetliner's debut in Latin
America on July l when Pan
Am's Boeing 707 made a record record-breaking
breaking record-breaking nonstop flight from
Seattle, Washington, to Mexico
City.
Four days earlier the jetliner
had made another record-break-fng
hop from Boston to Miami,
headquarters of Pah Am's Lat Latin
in Latin American Division and a pro pro-soeetlve
soeetlve pro-soeetlve future operating; ba'se
of the giant, swent-wlng jets.
As a forerunner of things to
come in the air transportation
of passengers, cargo and mail
throughout Latin America, the
Pan Am jet hit a top soeed of
670 miles an hour on It dash
from Beattle to Mexico City.
Its average speed was S7S
mi'es n hour, covering the 8330
miles in lust 4 hours and 25
minutes, from ramp to ramrj.
The flight, was made at an alti altitude
tude altitude of 29,000 feet.
Buckine 50-knot headwinds
most of the way, the Pan Am
ietliner made the Boston- Mi Miami
ami Miami flight at an avera?e speed
of 525 miles on hour, with a 57(1
top soeed. Flying a somewhat
'ircitttoiwi course of 145" rrile;;
the 707 made the fight In 2
hours pph H minute.". mpar mpar-ed
ed mpar-ed with today's sehedu'ed flv-
ms ume or 4 nours and 9 min-
ute'
Pilots .emohaswpH that on
both flights no attemot was
mprtp t,n cet anv records. They
iid thp flights were mad un under
der under normal emlse conditions,
meh 3s will nreval' when the
iet'tner Is In actual Pirline op operation.
eration. operation. The iet's Latin American
niaht were msd as .art of a
Civi' Aer"""'-Mc Admit! iteration
certification test nrrm. cov cov-prlna
prlna cov-prlna fliglite under all condi
tions.

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U.A.R. PLANS MONITORS
C AIRO, U.A.fc. (UP!) T
Unites Arab Republic plans to st
up five" monitoring stations to d
tect radioactivity in Egypt, it wa
USE SOVIET ARMS
jH
TEL AVIV (UPI) Israeli ss
itary sources said vocterdav frif
troops staging somes across th
Larder are using Soviet anti-tanl
equipment for the first time. Tad
weapons are of 1055 manufaciuU
and are similar to what the la
raelis captured from the Egyp
tians during the Sinai campaiff
ot Novembet, 1956, the source!
said.
Actual deliveries of the 7f
jets are expected to betin abouf
the middle of August.
Pan American has placed
4300.000.000 order tor six of tM
flrstvto-be-delivertd Boeing 707
131 series, 17 larger Boeing M
tercontinentals and 25 Douxlal
DCS let. :
The 12 i s are powered by Pratt
and Whitney J-67 engines eacM
havinj a 13,000-pound thrust
while the Intercontinental and
DC-8's will come with a J-7j
engine with a thrust upped U
15.000 pounds each.
They will push the jetliners a
long at phenomenal but vlbrat
tlon-free speeds that will rtirinl
present flight times by about 44
per cent.
Carrying up to 179 passenger
the jetliners will bring Buenol
Aires only ll hours from New
York. Caracas to Rio will M
only 5 hours and 38 minutes;
Miami-Panama. 2 hours and If
minutes; Rio-Buenos Aires, J
hours) and 30 minutes; Guatemat
la-Los Angeles, 4 hours and IS
minutes: Miami Kingston, 1
hour and in minutes; San Juan Juan-New
New Juan-New York, 3 hours and 40 min minutes.
utes. minutes. The big jet Clippers will nshai
in a new era of ultra-comforl
and convenience for passengers,
as well as speed.
So vibratior. free la the tilth!
that paraenRers can stand coin
or nen"iis on end. or can while
away th time with a game oi
ehesa without In vim the chess
men "walk" off the board front
vibration.
Overhead or each seat In thf
707 jet Is an individual passen passenger
ger passenger service' "pod." containing
reading lights and a public ad address
dress address system speaker.
The pasronfter compartment!
or the new jetliners art so long
that passengers in the rear seats
would not be able to rsd warn warning
ing warning signs in the front of the
cabin. 80, each seal has its own
"Fasten Seat BeM" and "No
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER.
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Indicate One Of Old Heroes Yill Break Up Today's
TUESDAY, JULY 8, 195T"
Game

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op Moments In
By OSCAR FRALEY
t BALTIMORE (UPI) They're
getting ready today to make more
T.;. in thp All-Star Game
. .jj. ht it will be
ana me ?oes breaking up
tie.
It tSKes a great
. n u umrlca.
day ball players to fill out me
squads even in what is billed as
an all-star cast. Fine players,
surely, but there are too few corn,
plete performers who wear the
mantle of greatness.
Thus, in a one shot such as tnis,
fiie cream usually winds up at the
top of the coffee.
Which is why, in looking back
ver the history of a game which
started as a promotion for the
Chicago World Fair, the most
memorable moments have been
com.ripui.eu ij
the diamond,
tn that verv first game, hack
. :k..4.ji I... inn g iht i.i a 1
turned out to
111 iw, .
see Babe Ruth hit one of his pat
ented home runs. The Babe didn t
let them down and, as an extra
dividend, his two-run blast pro
duced the winning margin .n the
first of 14 American League vic victories
tories victories against 10 defeats to date
Five In Row
Carl Hubbell stands in the rec rec-L.H
L.H rec-L.H wic as one of the National
League's pitching immortals. He
showed the customers just why in
1934 when he fanned five of the
American League's top sluggers
in succession Ruth, Lou Geh
rig Jimmy Foxx, ai oimmuus
and Joe Cronin.
"I don't remember too much
about it actually," he grins today.
"I just concentrated on the man
who was at the plate but I
do remember heaving a big sigh
of relief once I got past the
Babe" j., ,,
Ted Williams almost didn t
make it this time. The teams
were selected by vote of players,
managers and coaches. Bob Cerv
of Kansas City drew the left field
nod over Williams. But Casey
Stengel chose Williams in filling
out his squad and the American
Leaguers may be glad he did be before
fore before it's over.
j The big man from Boston bailed
foiem out in 1941 when they had
two out and two on in the bottom
,M the ninth and, trailed the Na.
tional League by a score of 5 to
4. Williams walloped a homer
which won it, 7 to 5.
Wen By Homerj
He made it a one. man show in
1946, getting nour hits which in included
cluded included two home runs and draw drawing
ing drawing a walk his fifth time up.
And nothing ever was a truer
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demonstration of the batting
power which Williams generates
than the home run be belted off
Rip Sewell's so t, arching "bloop.
er" ball.
The old pros always have been
front and center in this one. Red
plug boys, polished it oft for the
National League in 1950 with a
game. ending homer in tht 14th
inning. And Stan (The Man)
Musial won the 11. inning brawl
in 1955 with a circuit smash.
There has been in the past
much argument as to whether
this game was necessary. Too
many players were injured and
one of the greatest. Dizzy Dean,
arrived at the beginning of the
end in this one. Old Diz was
struck by a line drive of! Earl
Averill's bat in 1937 and suffered
a toe fracture. Coming back too
soon he altered his pitching style,
hurt his arm and soon there,
after was forced to lay aside his
flannels.
Attitude Changed
Players ultimately began to
seek every and any excuse to
dodge appearance in the game.
But money changed all that.
With the World Series, the All All-Star
Star All-Star Came is part of a $3,250,000
television package deal. Sixty per
cent of this and the attendance
money go to the player pension
fund.
So even the old heroes give it
all they've got now and in the
wide open spaces of Memorial
Stadium, it's going to take
Homeric clouting to write- the
new headlines
Marlin-Sailfish
Tourney Date
Moved Up
The tournament committee
the Panama Road and Reel Club
has announced that due to popul popular
ar popular request the starting date of the
VI International Marlin and Sail Sail-fish
fish Sail-fish Tournament has been moved
up to July 15 instead of July 19
as previously annourced Termin Termination
ation Termination date Aug. 20 has hot been
changed.
Prizes for the fishing tourna tournament
ment tournament include eight for Marlin,
eight for sailfish, four for dolnhin,
and one prize each for tuna,
wahoo and amberjack.
There will be prizes for the
most sailfish released in one day
and for the most outstanHin"
catch of the tournament While
ladies may complete for any of
these prizes, in addition there re
prizes for ladies only for the
largest marlin. there are prizes
for ladies only for the larcest
marlin, and a first and second
prize for sailfish.
Rules and entry are
available in the office of Mrs.
Audrey E. Kline in the Panama
Insurance Co. Building. (Tel. 3-01
36). A $5 charge to enter the
tournament covers the entire
months whether one fishes one
fishes one trip or several.
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BI.AT1MORE, Md., July 8 (UPI)
Manager Fred Haney of the Na National
tional National League defied baseball per.
centaee todav when he called on
left-hander Warren Spahn to face
the powerful, right-handed hitting
array of the American League in
the 25th annual All.Star Game.
"He does better against right
handed batters than against the
letties," Haney declared confident,
ly. "He'll give those boys a rough
time."
Rival manager Casey Stengel of
the American League, who goes
against baseball's law of averages
more than anyone in the business,
stuck strictly to script as he nam named
ed named his fire-balling right hander
without a wlndup, Bob Turley, to
start for this New York Yankee Yankee-dominated
dominated Yankee-dominated squad.
Turley has won 12 games thus
far this year, against only three
losses, while Spahn, at 35, seven
years older than Turley has won
10 while losing five.
Spahn will be facing eighth right
handed hitters only second base,
man Nellie Fox of the White Sox
among the American League start,
ers bats left handed.
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other hand, will face three left
handed hitters first baseman
Stan Musial, wno sets an All-Star
record every time he steps to the
plate since he is playing in his 15th
All-Star Game; left fielder Bob Bob-Skinner
Skinner Bob-Skinner of the Pirates; and Spahn,
who is one of the best hitting pitch,
ers in the business.
Cognac Courvoisier
Tourney Results
The second round results of the
Cognac Courvoisier Tournament,
sponsored by Duran, which is be being
ing being held at the Panama Golf
Club, follow:
A. Anas and March Mooty over
D. Westman and G. Cruz 1 up
20 holes.
C. Kade and H. Fidanque over
Brack Hattler and Bob Boyd 1 up
Tom Scott and W. Hinkle over
R. Lovely and R. Christie dt
iault.
R. H. Lebrun and W. Laplon ov.

ofier.H. Mitten and H. Hoscher de-

iault.
Tom Connor and J. VaParino
Jr., over Al Corsale and T. Bak Bak-mann
mann Bak-mann i 2 up.
KelljArosemena and A. Paz Ro.
driguez Over L. Chandeck and A.
de Janon 1 up.
J. Valdez and R. Dehlinger over
R. Arias Jr. and J. Boyd Jr.
default.
John Westman and R. Aleman
over E. de la Ossa and P. Baum
gerdner default.
Nsxt Matches
A. Arias and Marck Mooty
vs
C. Kade and Henry Fidanque
Tom Scott and William Hinkle
v'
W. LeBrun and R. H. Lapton.
Tom Connor and J. Vallarino Jr.
vs. Kell Arosemena and A. Paz
Rodriguez.
J. Valdez and R. Dehlinger vs
John Westmand and R. Aleman.
Rafer Johnson
Hopes Trick Knee
Will Hold Up
PALMYRA, N. J. (UPI) -Rafer
Johnson, America's great greatest
est greatest all around track and field
star, hoped today his trick knee
would hold up for the battle
against arch.rival Vassilli Kuznet.
sov of Russia in the forthcoming
United States.Soviet meet in Mos.
cow.
Johnson, a UCLA sophomore,
won the national AAU decathlon
championship Sunday for the sec second
ond second time in three years. How However,
ever, However, he failed to break his own
recognized world record of 7,895
points because he feared too
much power would aggravate his
injury. Kuznetsov garnered 8,016
points last May and is awaiting
official acceptance of the feat.
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VIRGINIA SPENCER, winner of the largest marlin catch for
three yeais in the women's class, smilingly received the per permanent
manent permanent trophy" of the Panama Insurance Co., from Eugene
McGrath, general manager of the company at an awards
ceremony held Wednesday afternoon. Due to the facttyiat
one year Mrs. Spencer's catch was engraved on the trophy
as "Jean" Spencer, it was not realized when the awards were
announced that she had won the three years necessary to
take the trophy home. Each year she has bettered her record.
She won the women's largest marlin catch in 1954 with a, 33 1
lb. black, in 1956 for a 376y2 lb. blaCk and in 1957 she caueht
a 553 lb. black marlin. Mrs. Spencer and her husband Doualc
Spencer will take part in the coming marlin and sailfish
tournament which begins on July 15.

Camboa Fourth
Swim Meet

Over 170 swimmers participated
in the annual July 4th swim meet
at Gamboa. A large crowd of en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic spectators were on hand
to witness the events.
Trophies donated by Elks Lodge
1414 of Balboa were awarded to
the winners of the first three
places in each event. The mee
twas sponsored by the Elks Lodge
1414 in cooperation with the Div Division
ision Division of Schools.
Results.
(all distances are!
yards)
100 free style- men Blackburn,
Leyman, Rowley. Time :56.1
100 free style women Holmes,
Graves, Hickey. Time 1:04.7
25 breast
first heat
Doys lo ana unaer
Summerford, Wilson,;
Holcomb Time :22.1
second heat -Hamilton, Manning
and Benton tied. Time :24.3
finals -Summerford, Wilson, Hoi
comb. Time :22.9
25 breast girls 10 and under under-Jenner,
Jenner, under-Jenner, Hassler, Manning. Time
:23.4
25 breast boys 11 and 12
first heat Banks. Sexton, Jones.
Time :20.8
second heat Brown, Summer Summerford,
ford, Summerford, Sexton. Time :20.3
finals Brown, Sexton, Banks.
25 breast girts 11 and 12
Time :20.1
first heat -Henderson, Figueroa
50 breast men Detore, Dob Dob-browolski,
browolski, Dob-browolski, Suarez. Time :34.8
50 breast women Quinn,
Washabaugh. Time :47.9
25 back boys 10 and undsr -Manning.
Jacobson, Sunimeifcrd.
Time :19
25 back girls 10 and under
Benton, Redmond, Manning. Time
:19.3
25 back boys 11 and 12 Lin
coin, Mann, Suarez, Time :184
25 back girls 11 and 12
first hea t L-ane, Camby, Al
britton. Time :20.5
second heat Mahoney, Chad Chadwick.
wick. Chadwick. Morency. Time :1S.1
finals Mahoney, Morency,
Chadwick, Time : 18.5
50 back boys 13 and 14 Man
ning H.assler, Boswell. limn :34
50 back girls 13 and 14 Fi
gueroa, Lukens, Scigliane. Time
:38.7
50 back men Blackburn, Coalt
er, Suarez. lime .sia
50 back women Holmes, Fi Figueroa,
gueroa, Figueroa, Rogers, Time :36.7
25 butterfly boys 10 under-
Wilson, Summerford, Holcomb.
Time :18.8
25 butterfly girls 10 and ur.der ur.der-Benton,
Benton, ur.der-Benton, Redmond, Wilson. Time
:21.3
25 butterfly boys 11 and 12 -Mann,
Summerford, Jones. Time
:16.2
25 butterfly girls 11 and 12 -Morency,
Henderson, Fawcett.
Time :19.8
50 butterfly boys 13 and 14 -Dugan,
Van Loon, Hunter, Time
:32.7
50 butterfly girls 13 and 1 14 -Dunn,
Time :42.4
50 butterfly men Loyman,
Dobrowolski, Steffen. Time :29 1
50 butterfly women Hickey,
Hotz, Qujnn. Time 41.1
25 free style boys 7 and under under-Bullock,
Bullock, under-Bullock, Dow, Benton. Time :17.2
25 free style girls 7 and under-
Donaldson. Jenner. Gordon, Time
:24 5
25 free style boys 8
frist heat Summerford, Marc Marc-zak,
zak, Marc-zak, Robinson. Time :16.5
second heat Nehring, Rener,
Marohl. Time :17.3
finals Summerford, Marczak,
Nehring. Tims :16.0
25 free style girls 8 -Holmes,
Wilson. Dillon. Time :17.2
25 free style boys 9
first heat Summerford, Jenner
Melant. Time :16.5
second hest Hudgins, Lane,
Holcomb. Time :16.4
finals Summerford, Hudgins,
Holcomb. Time :16.6
25 free style girls 9 Hassler,
Hopkins, Lavender. Tims :20.2

25 free style boys 10
first hest Wilson, Jacobson.
Turner. Tims :15.1
second heat Manning, Collins,
Young. Time :15.2
finals Manning, Jacobson,
Turner. Tims :15.1

of July
Results

25 free style girls 10
Redmond, Jenner. Time
Benton
:16.2
25 free style boys 11
first heat Lincoln. Banks
Jones. Time :15.3
second heat Summerford,
Brown, Fehrenbach. Time :15.2
finals Lincoln, Summerford,
Brown. Time :15 0
25 free style grils 11
first heat Chadwick, Albritton,
Henderson,. Time .15.2
seqpnd heat Lane, Varella,
Nehring. Time :16.9
finals Chadwick, Albritton,
Henderson. Time : 14.8
50 free stvle hnvs i? Snur,.-,
Mann, Sexton. Time 32 5
50 free stvle eirls 12 Mahnnov
craves, r3ueroa. Time :31.6
50 free style boys 13 and 14
first heat Manning, Dugan,
Hunter. Time :29.1
second heat Van Loon, Bos Bos-well,
well, Bos-well, Wilson. Time :29
finals Van Loon Manning, Bos
well. Time :28.4
50 free style girls 13 and 14 -Graves,
Figueroa, Dunn. Time
:29,8
50 free style men
first heat Blackburn, Loyman,
Rowley. Time :26.9
second heat Dobrowolski, Snod
grass, Steffen. Time :27.0
finals Blackburn, Loyman,
Snodgrass. Time :25.2
50 free style women Hickey,
Graves. Holmes. Time :29.6
Bob Chakales Wins
Second Consecutive
1-0 1. L. Shutout
NEW YORK, July 8 (UPI)-Bob
Chaka'Cs of Richmond is learning
to get along on very little these
days.
e
The 30 yean old righthander
hurled a six-hitier last night
as the Richmond Virginians white whitewashed
washed whitewashed Havana, 1.0, in an Inter
national League game. Just five
days ago, Chakales defeated Mia.
mi by an identical score. Yester Yesterday's
day's Yesterday's lone run, which hiked Cha.
kales' season record to 5-2, was a
fifth.inning homer by Gerry Thom Thomas.
as. Thomas. Montreal's Babe Birrer halted
Toronto, 4.1, in the second game of
a twinbill last night to preserve
the Royals' five and a half game
first place edge over the Maple
Leafs. The Lea s had taken the
opener, 7.2, behind the seven.hit
pitching of Jack Crimina.
In other action, Miami defeat defeated
ed defeated Columbus, 6-2, after the Jets
had taken the opener, 4.3. and Buf Buffalo
falo Buffalo stopped Rochester, 7.5, in a
single engagement.
(First Game 7 Innings)
Toronto 100 020 4 7 9 0
Montreal 101 000 02 7 1
Crimian and Thompson; Harris,
Collum (5) and Teed, Gatta (7).
LP.Harris. HRS-Koranda, Wilson.
(Second Came)
Montreal 4, Toronto 1
(First Came 7 Inninas)
Miami 000 200 13 9 0
Columbus 301 000 x 4 10 1
Bunker, Mason (3), McCall (5)
and Coker; Daniels and Onuska,
LP.Bunker.
(Second Came)
Miami 6, Columbus 2
Buffalo 303 001 0007
Rochester 200 000 1205
Coleman, Rodriguez (1), John Johnson
son Johnson (3) and Noble; Greason, Gib.
son (3), Wright (8). Lovenguth (9)
and Katt. WP-Rodriguez. LP.Grea LP.Grea-son.
son. LP.Grea-son. H US Morgan, Watlington.
Havana
Hichmond
000 000 0008
000 010 OOx t
I 0
Monte jo, Arias (8) and lzquier.
do; Chakales and Command. LP LP-Montejo.
Montejo. LP-Montejo. lilt Thomas.

Albrook Downs
Carta Vieja 5
In July 4 Game
Once more Emmett Bryant star,
red as the Albrook Flyers downed
the Carta Vieja Yanks. in a late
but impressive victory by the
score of 73-65. Bryant, played bril brilliantly
liantly brilliantly scoring 39 points which ac accounted
counted accounted for more than half of the
Flyers total.
It all started the same way in
4 of July Classic at the Balboa
gym. Charlie McArthur's boys
played a good and' hard game un.
til the final minutes of play. Then
as always, "jinks" takes- over and
the Yanks lose something.
The Flyers kept within ten points
of the Yanks most of the way
through the contest, and then in
the final quarter made their move.
Both Patrie and Stephenson scor
ed 8 points each for the Flyers to
follow Bryant lor scoring honors.

The losers, Gleason and Reyes
scored 19 and 14 points respec.
tively.
The main bout was preceeded
by two preliminary games. In the
first, the Balboa D league clash,
ed with the Diablo "D's." This
game proved to be a run-away as
Balboa tromped the Diablo Devils
33-14. Moses with 12 points was
high for the winners while McCul.
lough with 8 was high tor the los losers.
ers. losers. In the second game, the Ancon
Hustlers played the Balboa "C"
league. This was a close game all
the way. It wound up with Balboa
on top 19 16 with Ashton and
Fraunhiem the big guns for the
winners with 8 and 6 points res.
pectively.
More entertainment was in store
for the fans during the half time
of the main tilt when two evenly
divided Balboa "E" league teams
fought it out. The "E" leaguers
are the youngest ball n'avers in
the recreation program and they
proceeded to show the fans a
game that kept the crowd in
laughter. These small-fry put the
inishing touches on to a fine In.
dependence Day celebration.
A'thea Gibson
Won't Turn Pro
WIMBLEDON, Eng. (UPD (UPD-Althea
Althea (UPD-Althea .Gibson, fresh from her
second straight Wimbledon tennis
victory, said today she hoped "to
make, it three" next year.
Taking no heed o various re reports
ports reports she may turn professional,
Harlem' hard hitting Negro
tennis queen said, "I hope to de defend
fend defend again next year" after
Saturday's 8-6, 6.2, victory over
Angela Mortimer of Britain.
Art Wall Wins
Rubber City Open
AKRON, Ohio (UPI) A five five-foot
foot five-foot putt made Art Wall Jr. of
Pocon Manor, Pa., $2,80Q richer
today after he topped Dow Fins Fins-terwald
terwald Fins-terwald on the second hole in a
sudden death playoff to win his
second Rubber City Open crown.
The putt hiked Wall's 1958 PGA
earnings to nearly $14,000 and
gained him a shot at the up upcoming
coming upcoming Tournament of tjhampions
in Las Vegas.
Finsterwald, the 1957 Vardon
Trophy winner, shot a six under
par 65 in the final round to tie
Wall, who carded a final round
69. at 269.
Finsterwald was trailed by Bob
Goalby, 27.year.old Darien, Conn.,
pro, with 270. Jackie Burke tied
Mike Souchak at 272 for fourth
place.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
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Milwaukee
San Francisco
St. Louis
Philadelphia
Chicago
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
Los Angeles
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37 35 .514
36 35 .507
3939 .500
36 37 .493
36 41 .468
33 42 .440
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TUESDAY, JULY I, 1958
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDCT1
DAILY NEWSPAFEsX
Wi 4ccepf
Team 4v

s NY Offer of New Stadium but No

a'abe

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JOE WILLIAMS

Expansion Only
Hope To Make
Use Of Offer

By FRED DOWN

There is such a person as Boy, What chance would Mr. Jones
Harris. Also, their really is sum' give this vyear-oiu, o-iooi, 130
a place as Cut And suooi, lex. pounder against Patterson? .
Willis Newman Jones says so and! "How can you tell any.ning, a a-ahythiBg
ahythiBg a-ahythiBg tliis gentleman says we-bout Patterson, you see to little
accept as the whole truth and! of him? Alt i Know is uiai Harris

nouung but. had trouble with my guy, ana! BALTIMORE, (UPI) The Nation-
W got this way one midnight j ihat has to mean ue 11 nave aj League yesterday admiringly
in a tight ca.-p. .Tommy frr trouble with anybody". accepteu New orK City's offer of
iwas honing up, his beUicosity for The light is sei ior Aug. 18 in, a 112,000,000 stadium seating 52,.
jJoe Louis. .when a visiting 3m-1 Los Angeies. How will it draw? m fansbut didn't have a team
Jiah boxing writer, glowng wtnj turiousy manageu, Patterson nas t0 put in it
classical reminiscence arid juru 1 done nothing to enlarge his na-
(per extract, incongrously plunged! tional prestige. Harris' creuen .als Mayor Robert F. Wagner flew
'into Tennyson. are limited and suspect. . which, from New York abandoned this
', "Honor the charge thoy medet I may or may not be an unwar-l season by the Giants and Dodg.
1 Honor the light brigade, 'ranted rap. One of his name vie- ers and .or three quarters of an
The noble six hundred! tims, Bob Baker, had him on the hour tried to lure back a fran.
As the words of the closing floor with what he later described chise with the offer of a gleam,
verse dissolved tipsily in a mm- as an "accidental punch" in an ing new Flushing Meadow stadi-

Washington Senators Fail
In Bid to Transfer Franchise

By LEO H. PETERSEN
BALTIMORE (UPl)-Tlie Wash,
ington Sena ors failed yesterday
in a bid to transfer their all club
to one of our cities Minneapolis
Toronto, Houston or Da las.
The American League, at its an

nual meeting preceding the All.

tny proposition without him nam.
ng a specific city.
Not Eager For Senate's
It was said Griffith favored

j Minneapolis. But officials of that
city, Hearing repjris tn.t the
I Cleveland Indians may wint to

Star game, refused to consider a : move: made it plain to the Amer

' bus of smoke admidst derisive ap

plause Mr. Jones alone remained

impressed almost touched, n

inferential build up.

urn with parking for 20,000 cars'.

There is a special magnetism to There was something prophetic

seemed. There was a. reason. A a heavyweight championship but about the fact that Wagner, a

parental grandfather had parti

cipated and survived the historic
cavalry charge at Balaclava, and
for skeptics there was documen documentation
tation documentation in family mementos,
i So when Jersey Jones, as the
) engaging Welshman has been
known in Cauliflower Alley for
(years, states he has not only seen
Cflils Roy Karris in person, but

aciuauy set 1001 on ui aho auuui,
Tex., be fully assured he speaks

the gospel.
"What kind of fighter is he?

Wfl. il we fight any, where but

fin Texas we get no less than a

ui aw, mayve vinae win.
In addition to his literary iur iur-tuits,
tuits, iur-tuits, Mr. Jones is also commer commercially
cially commercially identified the fistic market
as the proprietor of one Willi
Besmanoff, a German heavywight
. . "with a fine natural talent
for mediocrity."
CAN THE OUY FIGHT?

Harris has never fought outside
his home slate as a pro, and n
the basis on his unbeaten, though
not unquestioned record, has been
engaged to reintroduce Floyd Pat Patterson,
terson, Patterson, the hermy heavy cham champion,
pion, champion, to civilization.
. t t 1 :

as ior nis comoat equipment,
, T a (ITT 3

jar. oones says: nirru is a ue ue-fensive
fensive ue-fensive fighter. Jabs and backs off
Can't fight inside, clinches a lo
Throws a looping right hand. If
he connects, and hurts, then he
N1 rush in, punching from all

gles. S.rong seems game

tetnieh. and is ho knothead."

1

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STREAKING HOME Classy little Acuador streaks over the finish line a length and one-half
in front of strong finishing King's Park in the $1000 featured seven furlong sprint at the Pres President
ident President Remon racetrack. Starring Chilean jockey Fernando Alvarez, who booted home three
other winners yesterday, has the leg up on the winner while slumping former ace Bias Agulr Agulr-re
re Agulr-re is aboard the runnerup.

unless a reasonable assurance of j Democrat, made his bid in a ho.

competitive equality is present, tel which currently is headquar-j
the traditional aura isn't likely to ters ior Republicans whooping up1

bring the fans a-running. Komyjthe Maryland gubernatorial elec elec-Marciano
Marciano elec-Marciano and Don Cockell diewltion.

onlv $106,000 in '55 in San tran

Cisco. On the surface, this one
was a promoter's dream; a
heavyweight championship with
an international flavor. And ye' it
laid a box office egg. Nobody took
Cockell seriously.

CAN THEY SELL IT?
If the Patterson-Harris caper is
to be a fiscal success it must do
well on theater TV. The man with
the contract estimates the batle
will draw a least $1 million from
this source. At $2.50 to $7.50 a
crack we wonder.

The National League termed
his otfer "admirable."
But barring transfer of a fran franchise
chise franchise or expansion it concluded
sorrowfully that all it could do
was hold the offer in abeyance.
And National League President
Warren Giles admitted that "noth.
ing is imminent." No club ape
pears to be considering a transfer
and expansion is somewhere in
the unseeable future.
"As result o' our ta'k with the
mayor and William Shea (head of
the mayor's advisory committee
on baseball), we drew conclusions

The Marciano Cockell images
j:.Ji. ........ I. ...... nln.n t r

Sat figure But when Mmiano that if by some process-transfer

year the thater TV receipts bit "'T"" f mjrC'

13 million. And last March Ray

Robinson and Carmen iBasilio did
a record $1.5 million.
If the product is good, it will
move on theater TV. If it isn't.
Well that's the question here: Is
Patterson-Harris first class mer merchandise?.
chandise?. merchandise?. .As a novelty it may
move," Mr. Jones specclates. 'Pat
terson has mystery appeal and

Harris is straight out of Bret

mayor's committee and the city

ai'e able and willing to provide
modern baseball facilities under
an out'ined arrangement which
we consider very fair."
Giles said a committee would
be set up "through which we
could function later."
He said the committee, to be
appointed at a later date, would

Hymie Wall man Voluntarily
Surrenders Boxing Licenses

proposal bv President Calvin

Griffith of the Senators for per.
mission to transfer his franchise.
The rerusai was based on the
fact that Griffith had no concrete
proposal or plans.
Actually, the official announce announcement
ment announcement following the two hour meet,
ing said on y that "the Washing Washington
ton Washington club did not request permis

sion to trppr it 'nnchise

ican League that while they want want-ed
ed want-ed a iranchise. they would pre prefer
fer prefer Cleveland to Washington, a
chronic American League door,
mat.
There also was the matter of
"bad timing."
Going into yesterday's mee'iPg
the American League was faced
with a aw suit if any ranchise

shift approval was given. Gabriel

It added that "The matter of who hold 1 cent

Harte.". . In short, it could be i f ls. study the 'feasibility' of. en
a ffreat show for everybody cut Urging the league to 10 teams a

boxing fans.

I I k l A I ft

empsey nopes iny won r

unaw Doxing pcayse
1

Present Big Scandal

By JACK CUDDY

f .NEW YORK (UPI) Jack

led "the politicians won't tak?

,.iage of the New York box-
ndal and try to outlaw the
f it this state."
;v is the time they should

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llshing a national commission.

Because of i. big-name indict indictments
ments indictments expected this week from

tht boxing grand jury, many
prominent persons interested in
leather tossing have expressed
fears of a legislative crack-down.

'They've really been hammer-

mng my ears," said the Broadway

reiturant proprietor, i ve never

seen so many so worriet about
what's going to happen. They've
convinced me this is the most se serious
rious serious investigation boxing ever
had any place."
Unquestionably the probs by
District Attorney Frank Hogan
and the grand Jury was a neces

sity, he admitted, because of the

persisieiu rumui m uacu mim
and underworld control of boxers.
Because of thos rumors, strange
decisions, and "the general un unhealthy
healthy unhealthy set-up in boxing," the pub
lie was beginning to lose confi confidence
dence confidence in fights, he stressed.

Drastic Change Needed
'Apparently a clean up was

adly needed," continued the 63-

fcar-old Manassa mauler, chat
ine with friends over the coffee

runs "But a Clean up won't do

much good for the future unless

"There's no use kidding our ourselves
selves ourselves any more. Boxing can t

CUI1U1 Ul ItSCUL MAC 11 'MCOMWI-

lal football, basketball and the

like. And the state boxing com

jmissions that we have now are
proving a dismal failure because
flhoi' limply won't work together."

For example, he said, if a
fighter or manager is suspended
or deprived of his license in New
York State, he often is welcomed

in another state if he can make

money for some promoter in that
stMte. He recalled that Rocky

t Graiiano- was banned In New

York wnen he won the middle

weight crown in Chicago. And
Graziano had been banned for
failing to report the bribe offer.

Had Jack ever been offered
bribe during his boxing days?

"Nope, never while I was a
fighter. But after 1 retired and
became a referee I was offered
bribes twice to favor certain
fighters. I was pretty nasty to
both those guys. May I should
want to get tangled up in long,
drawn-out hearings."

He laughed as he recalled that
one of the bribe offers wis made

have reported them, but. I didn't

in a western town by an appar apparently
ently apparently tough hoodlum.

larging the league to 10 teams at

some later date.

But nobody appeared at the
moment to be considering a fran franchise
chise franchise shift to New York
Sap Francisco, meanwfiile, was
virtually assured of having the
All Star game in 1,961 as tlie
leagae recommended it to the De December
cember December joint meeting with the
American League. The National
League, as host, is almost car.
tain to have its recommendation
accepted.
The 1959 game will be in Pitts,
burgh and Kansas City is the
tentative site of the I960 game.

Weekend
Summary

Saturday

WIMBLEDON, England (UPI)
Althea Gibson of New York
won the Wimbledon women's
singles title for the second

'I threatened to beat his brains t r a i g h t year by deleating
out when he approached me." Britain's Angela Mortimer.

Jack said. "And he was really

burmn when I climbed down

from the ring after the fight. He

yelled at me, 'You dirty so-and-

so.' He had lost $10,000."

An Interstate Sport
'Because of television, if for
no other reason, boxing now has
become an interestate sport or

business," he emphasized, 'and it

must, nave unified control by a
national commission, established
by an act of Congress, If neoes-

srv I hope this investigation will

nvince senators and congress-

neii of that fact."

HENLEY-ON-THAMES, Eng
land (UPI) Harvard Univer University's
sity's University's unde.eated lightweight crew
outstroked Britain's Thames Row Rowing
ing Rowing Club to capture the Thames
Challenge Cup.

PALMYRA, N.J. (UPI) Rafer
Johnson ot UCLA tired toward the
ST. ANN E 'S-ON -THE.SE A, Eng.
land ( UPI) Peter Thomson of
Australia turned back England's
Dave Thomas in a 36-hole playoff
to win his fourth British Open golf
title in the last five years.

NO LIKE ffletty Dodd show showed
ed showed her disappoinment when she
missed a putt in the Women's
Open to Detroit

MORRISTOWN, N.J. (UPI) (UPI)-Mrs.
Mrs. (UPI)-Mrs. Earline Brown of Los An Angeles
geles Angeles established two American
marks while winning the discus
throw and the four-kilometer shot,
put during the course of the na national
tional national AAU women's track and

fieid championships.

Sunday
CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPI)-Ber.
nard Bartzen of Dallas defeated
Sam Giammalva of Houston in
straight sets to retire the singles
trophy in the 59th annual Tristate
tennis tournamen.

RHEIMS, France (UPI) BriL
ain's Mike Hawthorn won the
Grand Prix of France auto race,
completing the 257.715. mile course
in two hours, three minutes, 28.3
seconds.

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fa.
(UPI) Harry Shoemaker of Slg.
nal Mountain, Tenh., won the Na.
tional Lefthanders' Golf Tourna.
ment for the third straight time.

PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Paul
(Gus) Ignas of Philadelphia's Ves.
per Boat Club won the national
singles rowing championship while
the team title in the 86th annual
National Championships Regatta
went to the Detroit Boat Cub for
the third successive year.

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possible realignment of the Amer

ican League was discussed
thoroughly by the American
League clubs today. Several ap applications
plications applications have been received
from other cities for American
League franchises.
Study Franchise Applications

WINNINGEST JOCKS Top jockeys of the last semester at
the President Remon racetrack received their cash awards
Sunday during the afternoon's racing program. S hown here
are (left to right): runnerup Braulio Baeza, winner Hellodoro
Gustines, TTurfwriters Association president. Diogenes Tapia
and third place winner Fernando Alvarez. Baeza was leading
Gustines when he was laid up by a broken collar bone suffer suffered
ed suffered in a fall from a horse. Gustines went on to clinch first
place when he, too, suffered a fall which will keep him out of
action for another six weeks, at least. Baeza Is expected to
return to the saddle this weekend.

5-33
n U t. P. Ofl.
C 'HI k, HtA IMt h.

'Of course you realize that I may sue you -unfair
competition!"

rested last week on charges of
accepting a total of $400 in
bribes.
In a letter to the commission,
Wallman pointec out that last
week's statements by commission
chairman Julius Hel and practi.
cally stated he was guilty of bri.
bery and other crimes. Accoiu
ingly, he said he would forego
appearing at a hearing. Helfaqd
had asked for a hearing in about
two weeks" to see whether Wall Wall-man's
man's Wall-man's licenses should be revoked
permanently.

In addition to losing his licenses
Wallman was liable for a $5,000
fine if found guilty at a commis commission
sion commission hearing. This was believed
a major reason lor his decision
to forego the hearing.
Gilbert Jackson ol Racine, Wis.
president of the National Boxing
Association, said yesterday the
NBA will recognize New York's
suspension of Wallman. This
means Wallman will not be ab'e
tc match his boxers fpr bouts in
otriPP 'states. ')
"We most certainly recognize
New York's suspension of Wall,
man," Jackson said. "The NBA
will not lift its suspension until
New York does. We cannot con.
done hoodlums in boxing."

o' the Senator stock Griffith con.

trols the other 60 per cent noti.
fied the league that he would file
suit to prevent the Senators from
moving from the nation's capital.
And at about the time the meet,
ing started, the American League
was advised that Senator Krl
Mundt (R.S. D.) was telling the
Senate in Washington that he

"These applications have been would ask for an investigation if
referred to the American League"10 c'ul5 were permitted to leave
realignment committee for studv Washington.

and report to the leaque. The
subject of expansion of the Amer American
ican American League to 10 clubs was not
discussed."
But that official announcement
was a ong way from telling the
story of what happened in the
closed-door session.

Griffith went into the meeting

an wim

"a strong r .ssibily we will move:tne New Yrk Giants. An excel-

the Senators today." 'lent target because of his size.

NEW YORK (UPI) Hymie
(The Mink) Wallman, who has
been charged with bribery in New
York boxing, voluntarily surrend surrend-ered
ered surrend-ered his licenses as manager and
second to the New York State
Athletic Commission yesterday
without a hearing.
The commission had suspended
Wallman last week after he was
accused of bribery by District At At-torney
torney At-torney Frank S. Hogan and a

grand jury Hogan charges wall- j wi(h tnp s(atempP, that lhPre "catcher far 10 years

man Drioeu dcu uiam,
iudee who was indicted and ar.

Whatever
Happened to .
Harry (The Horse) Dinning

Harry Danning was a big league

He came out of it in an entirely Harry The Horse handled such

di ferent rame of mind. He wasjP'tchers as Carl Hubbell, Hal
upspt, unnerved and obviously i Schumacher and Freddie Fitzsim Fitzsim-short.
short. Fitzsim-short. tempered. mons from 1933 through 1942 and
"The Washington club made no was a power threat with his bat.
formal request to transfer its Danning was at his best irom 1938
franchise," he snapped. "I never i through 1940 when he hit .306, .313
said we would make anv such I and .300. He wound up his career
request Further than that, 1 1 with a lifetime mark of .285.
have absolutely no comment to! Whatever hafT-me'' to. H?rr
make." i Danning? Now 46, Harry is em
it was plain, however, that he i ployed in the circulation depart,
had been squelched. His rival 'ment of the New York Daily
club owners would not consider News.

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FOR SAII: Bargain. 1956
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Call 2-3628 House 5759 Sibert
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i FOR SALE: 1958 Volkswagen,
excellent condition, $1500 or
beef offer Curundu 5297 after
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FOR SALE: Leaving. Excellent
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available August 1st. 6500 miles.
Phone Curundu 3223 evenings.
Home 205 1-B.
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, FOR SALE: 1955 Ford V-8
v station wagon, four door, new
tiros, radio, excellent motor.
Price $750.00, duty paid. Phone
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i FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super,
' radio, power steering wsw tires.
), Excellent condition. Call Hearne
i (office Amador 3267 or Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du 42941.
fjfrOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet, 4
t door sedan $150.00, 0759-1
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2-6322.
FOR SALE: Bargain. 1954
i Plymouth Belvedere station wag wagon,
on, wagon, low mileage, radio, new bat battery,
tery, battery, good rubber, fluid drive
$900.00. Duty free. Phone 3 3-5533.
5533. 3-5533. Tito Set To Carry
feud With Nikita
To Middle East
I PARIS (UP1) Marshal Tito
m Yugoslavia is preparing lo car carry
ry carry his feud wi.h Soviet Premier
Nikita Khrushchev to the Midale
East, diplomatic dispatches re reported
ported reported today.
(The diplomatic reports said this
fould play an important, role in
the talks today in Yugoslavia be between!
tween! between! Tito and President Carnal
Abdel Nasser of the United Arab
Republic.
Greek Foreign Minister Evange Evange-Jos
Jos Evange-Jos Averoff will fly to Yugoslavia
today to join Yugoslav and
XJ.A.R. diplomats and it was be be-ilievetTTi'to
ilievetTTi'to be-ilievetTTi'to and Nasser would sup support
port support the Greek position in the Cy Cyprus'
prus' Cyprus' dispute.
Diplomatic reports in Paris said
Tito hoped to strike back at So Soviet
viet Soviet denunciation of Yugoslav re
visionism by trying to woo Nasser
away from Soviet enacement.
He also may ask Nasser to
press Algerian nationalist rebels
to "be reasonable" and arrive atj
tome agreement with France to
fnd thefour-year-old rebellion in
Algeria.
A Belgrade dispatch said Tito
nd Nasser were meeting on the
Isolated and postage-stamp sized
islet of Vanga, two miles from
Tito's summer home on Brioni.
They landed at Brioni Sundayi
With their wives from Tito s yacht
the "Galeb." (Seagull).
. A Cairo dispatch said Tito md
Nasser would reaffirm their sup
port of positive neutrality and
peaceful co-existence and thai
Nasser, who visited Moscow last
May, would try lo ward off any
drastic Soviet action against Yu Yugoslavia.
goslavia. Yugoslavia. PAYS TO ADVERTISE
ALONG THE TRUCE LINE.
Korea (UPI) Fleven American
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ion Div:-ion are convinced ihat it pavs
to advertise. The CPs appealed
'In a big U.S. magazine for g.rls
ktp write to them. Within two

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rOR RENT: Furnished, one
bedroom modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 168 Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished 2 bedroom apartment, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, hot and cool water
etc. SI 20.00. Phone 2-2504.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment or room. Clean and
independent. Beautiful location.
43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Army inspected,
furnished one bedroom apartment-
k itchinette. 4th of July
Avenue 17-18. Phone 2-2081.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, bedroom, living-dining,
etc. Via Espana No. 1 1 7
1 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.), or call Tel.
3-1717.
FOR RENT: One room apart apartment
ment apartment kitchen and service. Next
to the Key Club I Street No. 26,
Tel. 2-5174 3-7844.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished aparment, 2 bedrooms,
living-diningroom, large porch.
Venetian blinds, garage, linen,
China glassware. Exclusive resi residential
dential residential section. Bella Vista, tele telephone
phone telephone Balboa 1448.
FOR SALE: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with light and glass in
Vista Hermosa. Tel. 3-3589.
FOR RENT: Cool and comfort comfortable
able comfortable screened one bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment suitable for small family in
St. Regis building. ICalle Da Da-rien
rien Da-rien No. 5. Call Panama 2 2-1455
1455 2-1455 during office hours or 3 3-1747
1747 3-1747 after.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom apartment in La Joya
building, near Canal Zone, has
stove, refrigerator, bed, dinette
set etc. Completely wire screend,
place to do laundry downstairs.
Phone 3-0763 or 2-0027.
FOR RENT: Two furnished one
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borhood. neighborhood. 46-47 second Ave.
(48th Street) Bella Vista. Phone
3-6936.
FOR RENT: Furnished one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment across from El
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Houses
FOR RENT: Three months,
beautiful 3-bedroom residence
in El Cingrejo 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: Furnished chalet,
two bedroom, etc. 61 Street
Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-2795.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished house, 3 bedroom, liv liv-ingroom,
ingroom, liv-ingroom, diningroom, two por porches,
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Las Cumbres. Phone 3-7530
3-1659.
FOR RENT: Vacation quarters.
July 15th, August 31st 1958.
Phone Navy 3111.
FOR RENT 4 bedroom chalet,
two baths, two services, all fenc fenced,
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3-3641 2-2407 House 36.
FOR RENT: Chalet three bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 baths, living-dining-room,
kitchen, garage, fenced
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neighborhood.
weeks they received more thin
2.000 letters from girls in the Vir Virgin
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hamas, Bahamas, Scotland, Franco, Switzer Switzerland,
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Citba, Bermuda, the Philippines
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SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
on beach. Phone Thompson,
Balboa 1772.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottagei
Santa Clara R tie P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
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Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Commercial locale
in Justo Arosemena Ave. No.
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Church. Tel. 2-2341.
Miami Excursion
July 3 to July 7
Price $135.00
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TOKYO (UPI) The Commu Communist
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yesterday the Peiping r e g i i.i e
plans to harvest between 5 and 0
million tons of edible seaweed an annually
nually annually to supplement the nation's
agricultural output. The agency
said thai coastal provinces have
set a goal of cultivating 247.000
acres along the shoreline during
the second five-year plan. It said
that the cultivation of edible sea seaweed
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low mileage. Excellent condition.

Miscellaneous

YMCA SKIN DIVERS. We have
your choice of equipment.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES CORP.
"J" St. 1 3A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
B E G I NNERS SPEARFISHING
OUTFIT Qualify Italian JunyLu
Gun, Fins and Mask $18.50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" St. 13A-30 Tel. 2-1905.
FOR SALE: TV 24" G.E. port.
60 cy. Capehart radio-phonograph
combination, 60 cy. Set
Samsonite Luggage, Rocker.
500-A, Curundu, C. Z.
FOR SALE: Signed Original
Lithographs and Etchings of the
American Artist Association, Call
Curundu 5260 after 6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 21 inch Zenith TV,
60 cycle, swivel table model.
Good condition, $95.00 cash.
Livingroom, 83-4106.
FOR SALE: Unused 1 h.p. Cool Cool-erator
erator Cool-erator Air Conditioner. Will con console
sole console model Hi-Fi Radio-Phono.
Sail 3-2622.
Pro-Segregation
Negro Group Flays
Race Leaders
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (LIM-The
Southern Negro Improvement As
sn., a pro-segregation group met
here yesterday and criticized 'ir 'irresponsible
responsible 'irresponsible leaders who are not
interestpd in the welfare of the
Negro, but are primarily interest interested
ed interested in creating hate and preju prejudice.
dice. prejudice.
In a statement, the Alabama
group charged that while more
Negroes are unemployed than any
other race, "no relief rund has
been set up by Negro leaders to
aid ithose who are losing their jobs
on account of the hate builoing
program that some of our lead leaders
ers leaders have embarked upon."
"The): white people who were
friendly to the Negro and made
num,i"oiis.-contributions to hisvel
fare-fseVeral months ago,'' the
sta'tement continued, "today are
saving white people have aban abandoned
doned abandoned the Negro."
"They are gradually leaving
him in the hands as they say, of
the radical agitators. This situa situation
tion situation is causing our peopple to suf suffer
fer suffer economically and physucaily."
r resident J. J. israei, wno is
also vice president of the Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery Restoration and Amelior Amelioration
ation Amelioration Assn., said, "a tremendous
amount of ill will have developed
due to irresponsible leaders, both
white and colored, who are noth
ing but agitators."
"It has been proven conclus.ve conclus.ve-ly
ly conclus.ve-ly that none of these groups which
propose to help the Negro have
done anything financially or eco economically
nomically economically to advance the status
of the Negro in the South," he
said.
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Quote Unquote
WASHINGTON Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles, on his
Paris talks with French Premier
Charles de Gaulle:
'I left with the impression th?t
Premier De Gaulle is a man o'
wisdom and power and will Ho
much for the problems that be beset
set beset France so that France inay
play its rightful role in the
world."
WASHINGTON Boston in industrialist
dustrialist industrialist Bernard Goldfine, on
re urning to Washington to under undergo
go undergo further questioning by con congressional
gressional congressional influence inve'titjaiors:
"It's nice for me to be bar
in Washington where the weath weather
er weather is warm. I hope the climate
cools off by today, however.
MOSCOW Russia, in a noie
to United Nations Secretary Dag
Hammarskjold Drotesing demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations against its U. N. head head-quarters
quarters head-quarters in New York last
month:
"Future repetitions of hostile
demonstrations against the Soviet
representation and th absencp
of normal conditions -for Its work
might lead 'o a situation where
by the Soviet Union would be d
prived of tVing part in the work
of the U. N."
TURIN, Italy BianCa Can-
I pone. 18, on parachuting to her
weaaing witn lormer paratrooper
Alhorto de Cris'nforo:
"It was my first jump. You
can understand I Ml a litt'e
nervous. But now I have shown
Alberto that I am a worthy wile
for a great parachutist."
McCONNELLSBURG. Pa. -Maur'ce
K Shaman, in announ announcing
cing announcing he had filed protests wi'h
the governors of Georgia and
Tnnnessee against the arrest of
his family during a recent trip
south.
"They'll think William Tecutr, Tecutr,-seh
seh Tecutr,-seh Sherman has come hack to
life before we're through."
SCARED BY FAILURE
LONDON (UPI) Craig Dahl-be'-''.
l9-vp-r-oM on n' m-ic'n
millionairess Mrs. Gilda Dahl Dahl-her",
her", Dahl-her", wos found in a London
hotel over the weekend after dis dis-uniearin"
uniearin" dis-uniearin" for f've days. Crai"
left a party at his mother's-London
flat 'lo "et a botl of whiskv.
He told oolice he did not retrn
because he was -"f'aid to tell his
mother he had failed his exarns
at Miami. Fla.. University Mrs.
Dahlberg is producing a London
theatrical show.

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1958

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Lesson

Accordion professor Nelly Hof Hof-mann
mann Hof-mann graduated in Germany will
give private classes to pupils
at theirs homes', in English, Ger German
man German and Spanish. Call 2-3193
in office hours.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lots in Coronade
Beach, facing the road, at 20 to
30 cents a meter. NOTE: This
offer will remain open only to
the data construction starts on
the "Coronade Beach Hotel".
Robert Eisenmann Jr. Tel. 2 2-4505.
4505. 2-4505. FOR SALE: 11.000 meters of
land in the Valle $6,500. Phone
3410 Balboa.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 15 ft, Sea Babe w
cabin 35 Evinrude and trailer, 2 2-1338.
1338. 2-1338. De Gaulle Appoints
Jacques Souslelle
To Complete Cabinet
PARIS (UPI) Premier Charles
de Gaulle yesterday named as in information
formation information minister Jacques Sou.
stelle, the rightist firebrand who
escaped a police guard in Paris
last May and fed to Algeria to
lead the Gaullist uprising.
The appointment, which com completed
pleted completed the French leader's cab.
inet, was viewed as a conciliatory
gesture toward the quasi. insurrec.
tionaries who seized power in Al.
giers on May 13.
Soustelle is the first associate
of the Algerian upheaval which
brought De Gaulle to power to
be named to a cabinet post. The
pro-De Gaulle fervor of the right,
ists had cooled visibly when- the
Premier selected a cabinet of old old-line
line old-line political moderates after he
took office June 1.
The Soustelle appointment was
reported bitterly opposed by So Socialist
cialist Socialist party leader Guy Mollet,
a minister of state in the De
Gaulle cabinet.
De Gaulle also appointed Ber Bernard
nard Bernard Chenot minister of public
health and Andre Boulloche as a
"minister delegate," to complete
his cabinet.
Soustelle, a member of the
Chamber 6f Deputies and a for former
mer former governor.general of Algeria;
replaced famed French author,
critic Andre Malraux in the post
of information minister. Malraux
was kept on, however, as a mem.
ber of De Gaulle's inner circle,
with the title "delegated minis minister."
ter." minister." A spokesman said Malraux had
assumed the in ormation post only
on a temporary basis and would
continue to act as the govern government's
ment's government's "public relations director."
Ma'raux will concentrate on cul cultural
tural cultural matters, the spokesman
said.
Soustelle, 46, was the key to
the Algerian uprising. On May 17
he turned up in Algiers and re.
ceived a hero's welcome after
eluding police surveillance in
Paris.
Soustelle took over with Gen.
Jacques Massu and Moslem lead leader
er leader Sid Cara as a three man
"Super Committee of Public Safe,
ty" which ran Algeria in defiance
of Paris until De Gaulle took over.

Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER ''A," DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL C Z.
Liquidation sale July 6th 0305
Cable Heifths 1 1 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Mrs. Nana While. Yeur visit ae ae-countinf
countinf ae-countinf department CASA AD ADMIRABLE
MIRABLE ADMIRABLE will be appreciated.
WANTED: 3 or 4 bedrooms
chalet from August or Septem September.
ber. September. Tel. 3-4707.
LOST: A pet yellow head par parrot!
rot! parrot! from El Cangrejo says "Hel "Hello
lo "Hello Bob" consistently. Reward,
Tel. 3-0940.
LOST: A round Ft, Gulick area.
Large hound dog, black and white
with brown ears. Call 3-1912 or
2-4473.
Stolen Paintings
Taken from Academy
Round In Road Ditch
ELGIN, 111. (UPI)-Eight valu valuable
able valuable paintings stolen from a pri private
vate private academy were found voday
bundled in newspapers and tossed
into a roadside ditch.
The curator of the Laura Da Davidson
vidson Davidson Sear Academy of fine
Arts, who identified the works of
art as those taken from the aca
demy last Thursday, said a nin h
painting may also have been re recovered.
covered. recovered. Detective Chief Wayne Trccce
said the thieves apparently dis discarded
carded discarded the valuable paintings be
cause they were "too hot tp
handle."
Miss Ida Carsten, the curator,
UPPED Adding the fourth

week, veteran submarine officer Charles K. Miller changed

shoulder boards with an assist

At age 43, the 15th Naval District war plans officer became, j

uric ui nic itavj a vuuugcai, unfjuajiia. nc is tt vctciuu ui ncujr
20 years of sea service, Including 12 submarine war patrols in

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identified eight of the paithinM
in uus paruany wrapped bundles'
but said chp rrtnM nAt tSi
mediately whether a nintlt uu-irl
"The ,Last Supper" by Benjamirj
rcsi, was wr.n mem., fending al
fingerprint check, police did nol
completely unwrap the bundles. I
Two paintinss which ttallorv nil
rector C. Dean Chipman had no'l
even missea were among thos!
recovered. Miss Carsten iHanfifi.rl
them as "The Doge" by Tinloretl
to, and Carlo Dolci's "Mother oh
Sorrows." Miss Carsten said theyj
apparently were taken fpm thi
vault.
lso recovered were "Girl in
the Wheatfield," by Winslow Ho Homer;
mer; Homer; "On the Beach of Ostend."
by James McNeil Whistler; "Sun "Sun-set,'"
set,'" "Sun-set,'" by George Iimess; "Ma.
Tine," by Frederick J. Waugh,
'The Child in Blue," by Man
cassatt; and Be.sy Hartigan,"
portrait, by Gilbert Stuart.
The thieves apparently walkf
ngnt past "ueorge Washmgtr,
a masterpiece by Gilbert S.
wmcn M-ipman valued a'; $2
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Cuban Rebels Demand High Level Negotiator

To Remain In Wasninafonl

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Before Releasing 30 American Servicemen
HAVANA, July 8 (UPI) New Cuban rebel demands apparently snagged the release of 30 American service servicemen
men servicemen today but the Castro forces indicated tliey would free the last four kidnaped civilians before nightfall.
There was no indication whether the rebel demands included some assurances against renewed Cuban govern government
ment government warfare in mountainous Oriente province or some sort of U. S. "recognition" of the Fidel Castro movement.
But apparently the rebels wanted some "high level negotiator" to talk with them before the Marines and
sailors won their freedom. Earlier, the rebels had asked unsuccessfully to dicker personally with U. S. Ambassador
Earl Smith.
Three more American civilians were flown out of the rebel mountain stronghold in Oriente province yesterday,
bringing to 16 the total freed.

They said the last four cv ilians.
three Americans and one Cana
dian. probably would be reed to today
day today while the 30 U.S. Marine; ;.nd
sailors probably would be freed
"in the next two or three days."
However, reports from the U.S.
nava! base at Guantanamo indicat.
ed that the return of the Service,
men may be a prolonged al'lair.
Rear Adm. Robert R Fllis. com commander
mander commander of the naval base, after
conferring with the newly. releas released
ed released hostages yesterday, disclosed
that the servicemen had been
split into groups of three and four
men.
He said this had made il cliff i.
cult to communicate with the
scattered rebel bands holding the

men. he sain, thus delaying their
release.

Reputed Rackets

spsMSsti' Nabbed In NY
Conqueror Hillary Or Narcotics Law

AUCKLAND. N. Zealand (UPI)
Scott Knob, a 7 030 foot elevation,
stomoed Mt Everest conqueror
Sir Edmund Hillary last week for
the "'''raid time, it was disc osed
yestorlay.
Hillary tackled the knob in the
Wairau Valley while on vacation
with his wife, his brother. Rex.
and Peter Mulgrew. who was Mil Milliard's
liard's Milliard's radio operator on his dash
lo the South Pole late last year.
The (limbing narty was stooped
500 leet (rom the top by a sheer
rock face.

NEW YORK. Ju'y 8 (UPD-The
government last night launched a
im'ior crackdown on the under.
; world by arresting reputed rac rac-1
1 rac-1 kefs' chieftain Vito Genovese for
violating the federal narcotics law.
Also seized was Vincent (Chin)
Gigante. a 30 year-old former hea heavyweight
vyweight heavyweight boxer who was acquit acquitted
ted acquitted in May of the attempted as.
I sasination of gamber Frank Cos.
tello.
Other arrests were imminent, the
government said.
Genovese. fit. a longtime under,
world figure and reputed head of
the U.S. Mafia, the secret Sicilian
society, and Gigante, a sma'l time
hoodlum, were seized on the basis
of a sealed indictment handed up i
yesterday by a federal grand ju. I
rv. The identities of several other i

leading underworld figures are ex.
pected to be disclosed today with
the opening of the indictment at
the arraignment of Genovese and
Gigante.
U.S. Attorney Paul W Williams
of the most important arrests ev.
called the arrest of Genovese "one
of the most important arrests ever
made in this field

"Our investigation discloses that
Genovese was the hub around
which this entire conspiracy re.
volved and Gigante was one of
his proteges and a rising star,"
William said.

Jap Doc Reports
Eye Transplant
From Chicken
TOKYO (UPI) A Japanese
doctor said yesterday he has suc successfully
cessfully successfully transplanted the cornea
of a chicken's eye to the eye of a
54-year-old factory worker.
Dr. Ichiro Kamata of Ogikubo
hospital sard the chicken's cornea
was immersed in the patient's
blood plasma and stored in a re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator for two days after t-en-cillin
was added.
It then was used to replace nart
of the patient's cornea, which had
been scarred by a childhood dis
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Burrow To Head
Phnninq Staff
Thomas E. Burrow, assistant to
the chief of the Executive Plan
ning Staff will act as chief dur
ing the ahsenre of John D. Holle,
effective Monday, July 7, it was
announced m Balboa Heights.
Hollen will snpnit turn

local leave in El Volcan.

5KI??I Personnel of the U. S. Navy's Harbor Defense Unit at Cristobal are shown here durine a visit to the
llZf SfryKaS a,P,K0f nera manager Alfredo Aleman's "Operation Know Your Brewery." In addition to gu2taj
;f2,d,nf C y?reed ?aJboa beer' the visitors were inducted throughout the huge National Brewery plant by brew brew-f
f brew-f HUn, Cnal ?.ne George Dilfer and public relations officer Arturo Ilta7ca with blacktie
tinhjnyt0gttt?r tbi eer l0Unse of the B"we'y's administration building, the sailors retuXd to Cris!
tobal much impressed by the modern and hygenlc conditions under which the fainous Balboa beer is prepared

Lebanese Rebels Explode Dynamite, Incendiary Bomb
At Doorstep Of Beirut Department Store; Two Killed

EXPLOSIONS RIPS BARGES
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) An
explosion ripped two oil company
barges here yesterlay, causing an
estimated $25,000 damage. Two

firemen were injured while fight

ing tne flames that spread
through the gasoline-loaded -vessels.

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the ?4
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prenared by the Meteorological
and HvJrosranhic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:

THREK of 24 Canal Zone Police radio and traffic cars are
being equipp d with flashing dome beacons visible at night
for men' Iran a mile around the horizon The Installation of
these iighls Piri the irxvnt switch from dark blue uniform can
covers to v hito overs, as shown above, are two CZP innova innovations
tions innovations aimed at providing greater protection at night for police
personnel and equipmen.'. and are in keeping with trends In
the United Stntes

Balboa Cristobal
TF'Wf.RATliRE:
H)"h 8fi 85
Low 76 75
HUMIDITY ;
High 100 90
low 70 88
WIND:
(max. moh) NW-6 NE-15
RAIN (inches) T .71
WATER TEMP :
(inner harbors) 83 83

BALBOA TIDES
WEDNESDAY, JULY 9
High Low
9:?0 am- 3:16 a.m.
9:43 p.m. 3:52 p.m.

FRENCH BEAUTY Named
"Miss Biscuit'' in a recent beau beauty
ty beauty contest is 20-year-old Parisi Parisi-enne
enne Parisi-enne Annie Douarin, who poses
in t he city's famed Bois de
Boulogne park.

RETRTTT .Tulv 8 ftlPTI T.eh,i

nese rebels exploded a dynamite
and incendiary bomb at the door doorstep
step doorstep of a large department store
today. Scores of shoppers in and
around the busy building were

hit.

Police reported at least two
persons were killed and 51 to 60

injured. The death ioll was ex
pected to rise.
Twenty of the injured were in
serious condition in city hospital.
Six were not expected to live and
eight more were in "grave" con condition.
dition. condition. The U.S. embassy said it bad
no immediate report of any A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans among the casualties.
Police said the bomb has been
planted in a dummy package just
inside the front door of the ABC
department store, a favorite
shopping center for the foreign
colony and one of the biggest
stores in Beirut.
The bomb went off at 9:40
a.m. in a blindinq flash, just as
the first wave of shoppers, ea eager
ger eager to finish their business in
the relative cool of the morn-
Mrs. Marie Hilton

Dies In Hospila!
Mrs. Marie Louise Hilton, moth mother
er mother of Mrs. John F. Flatau, died
yesterday morning at the San
Fernando clinic after a long ill illness.
ness. illness. Funeral sprvices wpre doncnlpd

by the Rev. Oscar W. Olsen and

lniermeni ionowen at. me jaram
de Paz.
Surviving her are hpr rn-in-iaw

and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John

r. riaiau oi v a n a m a, nree
grandchildren, Miss Patsy E. Fia Fia-tau
tau Fia-tau of Panama, Mrs. Betty L.
Taylor of Lafayette, La., and Ru
dolf F. Flatau of Van Nuys, Cal.,
and two great-grandchildren, Ke Kevin
vin Kevin Taylor and S acey L. Fla'au.

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ing. were swarmina throuah ths

doors.
Yes erday, Moslem rebel leader
Saeb Salam bitterly -denounced the
United States for "gunboat diplo diplomacy"
macy" diplomacy" in aiding the Lebanese
government. He vowed that the
rebels would fight on to victory.
In an interview punctuated by
sporadic firing outside his barri barricaded
caded barricaded and sandbagged villa in the
heart of old Beirut, Salam, a for former
mer former premier, said there had been
an increase of anti-American sen
timent among the rebel forces
which alleged are receiving
arms and ammuni ion from Ga Ga-mal
mal Ga-mal Abdel Nasser's United Arab
Republic.
As he spoke, a sharp exchange
of gunshots erupted in the main
Riad Solh Square where Pan A A-merican
merican A-merican World Airways and the
First National City iBank of New
York maintain offices. There were
no reports of casualties.
More fighting occurred in the
northern port; 0f Tripoli where the
revolt, aeainst the

President Camille Chamoun bruk.:

our nine weeks ago last week end.
Salam denied any split be-

Former Zonian,
Mrs. Irma Low
Dies In N. J.
Mrs. Irma Low, who made her
ttddertfw9
Rnmswick, N. J. after a short
Mrs. Low was the wife of Stew Stewart
art Stewart Low, who worked as a plumb plumber
er plumber for I he Construction Quarter
master and later for the Building
Division. They came to the Is,h Is,h-mus
mus Is,h-mus hi November, 1939. Low's
service was broken on several oc occasions;
casions; occasions; he res;gned from the
Canal service In October, 1950.
In addition to her husband, Mrs.
the United Stales.
During their Isthmian residence
the Lows lived in Ancon and Bal-

tween himself and the other
two rebel ieao'ers. Druse tribal
chief- Kama! Jumblatt, now be being
ing being forced back by government
forces in the mountains south
of Beirut, and rebel leader
Rashid Karami in Tripoli.
Salam's wrath was aimed more
during the interview at the Unit United
ed United States and Britain than at the
Chamoun government, because
they have supported Chamoun and
because the United Stales has
supplied him with arms.

He charged that the maneuver maneuvering
ing maneuvering of the U.S. 6th Fleet off the
Lebanese coast was an example
of "gunboat diplomacy and Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State John Foster Dul Dulles'
les' Dulles' 'brinkmanship.'
Speaking in English with a good

Leaning Tpwer
Of Pjza Shows
More Of A Jilt

PISA, Italy (UPI)-The Leaning
Tower of Pisa has gone too far,

city ta tiers said yesterday. They

asKen engineers all over the

world for help to keep it from
tolling.
Scientists Sunday measured the

784-year-old white marble bell
tower and determined that during

me last iz months it tilted an

other 1.5 millimeters one and a

ni lines the annual rate of lean.
The distance was too small to

be noted by the human eye, but

year ny year it all adds jp.Au
year bv vear 'Kt all adds m a

thorities said that at the current

rate, the tower would hardly last
another 300 years.

command of American idiom.
Salam said "There has been an
increase of anti-American senti sentiment"
ment" sentiment" among the rebeW.
"We do not feel completely lios.
tile toward the Americans despite
all the bombs, bullets and shells
they have supplied the govern government
ment government and throw at us," he said.
"1$ is a great credit to us to
say our hands are still extended
in friendship to the Americans
and the British.
"1
"But they do not listen to us.
They listen to the Lebanese gov government.
ernment. government. Anglo Americans are
imperialists. You Americans hate
the twrd Imperialist but at pies pies-eht
eht pies-eht the U. S. administration is
imperialist."
Asked whether Jta was running
low on ammunition, Salam said
"We are getting more every
day. Aiked from where, he re replied,
plied, replied, "We are buying it." t
"From whom?"
Salam smiled and fingered his
whLe-prayer beads. .,

L 1

Most people don't believe
everything they hear, but mos:
of them will repeat it.

oJke (Bellavista
(Barker Shop
takes pleasure in announcing to its distin distinguished
guished distinguished clientele, that in order to give the
maximum comfort possible it, has installed
an air-conditioning machine.
To please some of those of our clients
who prefer natural air, we have arranged
that from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. the air-conditioning
machine will not be operating.
We are confident that our quick and effi effi-cient
cient effi-cient service, and with fresh and agreeable
air, our friends and patrons will be satisfied.
Always at your service
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juan glinos
Owner

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