The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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accident involving three vehicles,
were iwn from Aguadolce 1o
Albrook Air Foreo Base today
Air Perce helicopter.
.Upon arrwal at Albrook,. the in in-tared
tared in-tared Students were taken to San San-to
to San-to Tomas Hospital.
fhe iniured flown in today were
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MtiL James B. Peters, crew
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Ex-Marine Supt.
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1 ? a ... 'vm(i. r kti iati.l
' near Aom. rrauo
frfttiredl who was Panama Canal
marine sttMrifltendent from
to J950, called on Gov. W. E, Pot
ter xuesoay morning.
Anromnanied bv Rear Adm.
George H. Wales, .commandant of
the 15th Naval District, ha also
called on Capt. Wattwr 8. RWi RWi-ms
ms RWi-ms Psnamt Canal ttaripJai-
?Niehois, who is ilsittng relieves
hi Panama, now makes his home
In California. He left the Canal in
1950 after serving a three year
tour of duty wi'ih the Canal as
Marine Super ientendcnt. After
leaving the Isthmus he was as as-sianed
sianed as-sianed to dutv on the West Coast
s senior engineering member of
the Pacific Coast board of inspec inspection
tion inspection and survey wtth headquarters
iA Sab Francisco.
Meeting Scheduled
For Santa Crux
Civil Defense Corps
The fsnta Crui Civil Defense
Volunteer Corps will meet tomor
row at 8 p hi., at the Service Cc-n-ler.
Pinal Dlans atld nrcicirniin..--;
for the home nursing course with
Mtss Violent Henry as instructor
will be discussod at. tins meeling.1
All members, of the Voluntcr
Corps are ur!?eil to ttliend The,
general public is also invited.

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Capt. James R. Markette, flight
surgeon from the 5700th Dispensa-
ry at Albrook.
Funeral services were held in
Nata yesterday for the seven stu students
dents students who were killed in the acci accident.
dent. accident. Student delegations from Pa Panama
nama Panama City and several interior
towns attended.
Speakers at the graveside cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies included Carlos Arellano
Lennox, president of the Universi University
ty University Students Union, and Andres
Cantillo, secretary general of the
Panama Students Federation.
Government schools throughout
Panama continued closed today
on the final day of the two days
of mourning decreed by the
Students Federation. Private
schools, however, functioned as
usual.
The decision to seek the transfer
of, the critically-injured students to
Santo Tomas Hospital was arrived
by doctors attending them who de decided
cided decided that more could be done in
behalf of the students with the ad additional
ditional additional medical facilities available
in Panama.
The three drivers involved in
the accident have been transfer transferred
red transferred to Penonome from Nata and
placed under the jurisdiction of
the Penonome district attorney.
No formal charges have been
preferred against any of them.
Meanwhile, National Guard Com-
Potter Leaves
For Washington
Gov. W. E. Potter is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled to leave the Canal Zone to tonight
night tonight by plane for Washington,
D.C., where he will attend the
quarterly meeting of the Pan
ama Canal board of directors.
He will return to the Canal
Zone the first of next week.
Burlng his absence, Lt. Gov.
Hugh Arnold will act as
Governor.

Same Old Stuff Senators Whitewashed By

WASHINGTON, July 9 (UPI) -Casey
$tengel, sideways talking
manager of the New York Yan.
kees, gave Congress a disjointed
defense of professional baseball
today.
"I wouldn't he in It 48 years if
jit wasn't all right," the crinkley.
faced Casey nmlidi-.l to the Sen
ate Anti-Trust and Monopoly Sub
coromittee.
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mandant Col. Bolivar Vallarino to-
day blamed many tragic automo-
bile accidents on the "irrespon.
siDie actions of some drivers.
(The truck which rammed the
school Bus carrying 21 passengers
into a truck that hfd stopped' a-
neaa, was said to have defective
brakes.)
Vallarino said he had fiiven im
tructions to the traffic department
to redouble its efforts to enforce
traffic regulations and that safe safety
ty safety inspection machines like tl
one now operating in Panama Ci
ty will be installed soon at Colon.
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uavia auu uivisa.
Kamikaze Invasion
Staged On S. Korea
By Red Soldier
SEOUL, Korea (UPD-A North
Korean Communist soldier staged
a one man suicide "invasion"
across the truce line July 4, Wil Wiling
ing Wiling one South Korean soldier and"
wounding a second in a grenade
auacK, tne united Nations Com
mand disclosed today.
According to the UN announce announcement
ment announcement the North Korean scaled a
high cliff to reach a hut that was
used by ROK muitarv oolice na
trolling the demarcation lin9 in
the FunchDowr' area.
"According to testimony.'' the
announcement said, "the Red
tossed a grenade into the shelter.
killing one Republic of. Korea sol
dier and wounding another.
'As he was preparing to throw
a second grenade, the attacker
was shot by a third ROK soldier.
'The attacker fell on his own
crenade and was killed by its
num.
protect baseball and other
sionai ream sports
Trust laws, Stengel
hands-off no'icv.
"I didn't ask for the ftfitU-
tion," Stengel said after expound
line for more than an hour on the
excellence of his league leading
Yankees, yesterday's All Star
game, the high quality of Yankee
cast-offs and the excellence
baseball in general.

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Pilots And Mules Major

By JEANNINE LARKINS
Having Uved all my life in
titie unexciting Midwestern sec section
tion section of the United States I was
anxiously looking forward to a
trip through the Panama Canal
of which I'd heard so much and
yet to little.
Mv excursion began eany yes
terday morning when I arrived
. i t on inn
aboard wie uu iuco -i,.uu-toji
orsova at pier 6, Balboa,
and was greeiea Dy my juki iur
We day, ship's press officer
Gtoffry Scott.
The liner itself was enough
to impress my mind, which is
only used to the smaller ves vessels
sels vessels that sail the Great Lakes.
One of the first things I did
was to take a trip around the
huge floating city.
I learnea inai na ruum
for over 2000 passengers and
crew members. The ship has
a bank, shop, lounges, res restaurants,
taurants, restaurants, and much more
that I never believed could
be on float.
An interestine part of being
on the Orsova was trying to
get used to the system oi mon money.
ey. money. It's a British boat and my
confusion with the coinage was
great.
At last the Orsova set out for
it flav-lonsr iournev with near
ly, all the passengers on deck
for their first view of this man man-made
made man-made wonder of the world, the
Panama, nana!
As we went through the Mira Mira-fldres
fldres Mira-fldres Locks I was mostly m-to..-otpH
in the wav a canal
works and little else.-Otw mules
first discovery. I am
used to the wy tugbtogiM
but tne muies vyeie a
a oi
explanation
and so didn't
ir for very long.
mv curiosity was
aroused as to the purpose ot
$ .k am haftefl
ine pnuis wno wcic
It seemed easy enough to get
through the canal. This belief
was soon contradicted when
the pilots' duties were relat related
ed related to "e. Piloting the Orsova
were senior pilots Capt. Hugh
Maloney and Capt. John Con Con-nard,
nard, Con-nard, and apprentice pilot
Karl Nehrine.
When we eot out of th-? locks
at Pedro Miguel I at last had
a, chance to simply gae at the
canal itself, rather tnan us op operation
eration operation Here Is where my greatest
amazement came. The banks
seem to have been carved out
of solid rock. I marvened at
the depth to which the. chan channel
nel channel must have been cut to allow
for sucji huge ships to pass
thrnucrh.
w. had nreviouslv been my be
lief that there originally had
been at least a small passage
from Atlantic to Pacmc. yester-
dav I learned that wm is not
true. Tryingto Imagine
the
Canal hewed out of mi
and lunttle makes me ni
iains
lze whv the French had
render in their attempt!
why the Job. took so ioi
finish.
Ike In Canada Wi
Oi telling Disputes.
Hinder CooperilWn
ODTaWA. July 9 (upJ r-.
Presldept Eisenhower said to today'
day' today' tp.it Canada and the Unit United
ed United Sttes must n4rm lvttr
diffenmces result m
Ing "tight of the ta:
imnnrtunnfi of free WOfM ci
eratioh in the wlnnln -of th
global Wggle, agatrttt Com Communist
munist Communist imperialism.
In ah address befort a joint
meeting of the Canadian Par Parliament,
liament, Parliament, tfie President said he
was sure Canada ana his na
tion could settle their relatively
minor differences in a friend friendly
ly friendly spirit.
The main problem of the two
nriirhhnr nations was Russia's
military threat and political
attacks." ht aia.
s testimony was offered
a standing.room audience
Senate's marble i pillared
csucus.room which snts ?00 His
comments and Wk lyittx kept
the room in constant turmoil.
A line of small youngsters queu
ed up at the witness seats behind
the testifying Stelwf to collect
autographs from Ted WilHams.
Mickey Mantle, Stan Musial, and
other baseball greets awaiting

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BPLINER Jeannine Larkins j
aboard the Orsova during the
liner's transit yesterday,
(Photo: Ralph K. Skinner)
This sudden realisation
makes me now wonder about
another project that is. tfeing
completed in my hMkyMd,
'ham there's more U
n i nnpp iniiueni. ktcu
though its being accomplish accomplished
ed accomplished With the help of newer
methods and in a more fa favorable
vorable favorable climate.
,The Orsova trip was" very re
laxing and I enjoyed sitting
nacR and watenmg wie jungjc
float by. This was anouier new
experience since I am used to
nothing more than the "wild
jungles" of southern Michigan.
It was my first closeuo view
and turned out to be far dif different
ferent different than any I've seen in
motion pictures.
All the Dasseneers, England-
bound from New Zealand, Aus Australia.
tralia. Australia. San PSranclsco and Los
Angeles, seemed to be as inter interested
ested interested as I and even the rain
didn't dampen their enthusiasm.
The journey was nearing an
end as we approached Gatun
Locks. It was my last chance of
the riav tr watch the very fas
cinatlng process. I observed and
did not cease to be impressed.
The end came which seemed
almost antlclimatic.
We reached Cristobal and
docked the giant vessel.
Perhaps after all this the
New LI. Governor
For PC Arriving
At Cristobal Today
Col. John D. lleBlheny, who
will become neutenant governs
of the Canal Zone following the
departure of Col. Hugh M. Ar Arnold,
nold, Arnold, will arrive in Cristobal to today
day today from New York with Mrs.
MeElheny and their two chil chil-dfin
dfin chil-dfin Phyllis Arm and Bruce
Daniel aboard the Panama
liner Cristobal.
He will be met in Cristobal
by Lt. Gov. Arnold ind other
Canal Zone officials and will
travel to the Pacific side short shortly
ly shortly after the ship docks.
The Arnolds and their two
mis ar scheduled to sail for
New York Saturday abbard the
Cristobal. Arnold has been as assigned
signed assigned to command the 20th
Engineer Br'"de at Fort Bragg,
North Carolina.
McKlhenv comes to the Isth
mus from Washington where he
has been on duty for tne past
two years in the Oflwe of tne
nhief of Engineers.
MCElheny spent three weeks
here last month on an Inten Intensive
sive Intensive orientation tour which took
him to practically all Canal
company-government units.
Casey Stengel
their turn in the witness chair.
Stengel's testimony came after
ope subcommittee member Sen.
Joseph C. O'Mehoney (D-Wyo).-served
notice that all will not be
smooth sailing for the sports ex ex-emotion
emotion ex-emotion bill despite the 45 Sena.
tors who have joined as its co.
sponsors. O'Mahoney said it is
clear, despite court rulings to the
contrary, tnst Daseosn is a gi
gsnUc commercial enterprise."

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thing which amazes me most
is not the canal itself. The
strangest thins is that so few
of the people around here
have taken the journey that
I so thoroughly enjoyed.
Yet I understand this phe
nomenon for my own area is
not of as much interest to me
as it would be to some stranger.
It must show that we only takn
for granted what is around u.s
no matter how fantastic or
wondrous it may really be.
I can only give a waini
"thanks" to E. S. Baker Balboa
manager for Norton, Lilly end
Co., the Orsova's agents, lor
making it possible for a stranger
to the tropics to see first hand
something I had read little a-
bout.
Maybe some day I'll again get
the chance to take that en enlightening
lightening enlightening trip and discover
much more that may have slip slipped
ped slipped past me unnoticed yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Former Locks Div.
Employe Succumbs
In Washington
Volant! Sanhlr, former em
ploye of the Locks Division, died
Saturday in Washington, u.v.,
after a long illness, according
to news received by friends on
the isthmus. He was 79 years
old.
Born in Odessa, Russia, Mr.
Saphir was a naturalized Unit United
ed United State, citlnen. He came; to
the Canal Zone at the
brmer
After a five-year break in his
service, Mr. Saphir was reem
ployed in 1920 and worked for
the Mechanical Division for
several years before being
transferred to the Locks Divi Division
sion Division as a lock operator. He re remained
mained remained at Pedro' Miguel Locks
until his retirement in 1040.
Since his retirement, Mr. and
Mrs. Saphir have been making
their home in Washington.
In addition to his wife, he is
survived by his daughter Mrs.
Anna Towery, of Washington
and a son Eugene also of Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. He had three grand grandchildren.
children. grandchildren. Arrangements are being made
by the family to have the ashes
brought to the Canal Zone to
be scattered at Culebra Cut.
Are Blonde Farmers
Most Distracting
While
CHICAGO UPI) The question
of whether roadside billboards or
blondes wearine shOrM while gar.
denrng are more distracting to
motorists femained unanswered
today.
The issue oopped Up yesterday at
the Cook County zoning board of
appeals. An outdoor advertising
company sought to block a pro
pospd regulation requiring signs
to be at least 300 feet from toll
roads and expressways.
State offical Matthew W. Lear
asked advertising Ijixecu'lve John
E. Goggins if it wn't true that
today's motorist needed 100 r-ir
cent concentration on his driv driving
ing driving "No," Goggins answered. "If
pnnrpntrntifvn lilr ihalf vnrt ro.
quired, a driver couldn't take!
iriver- couian i ianei
light a cigarette or I
lis mother-in-liw in'
time out to 1
to antwer hi
the baek seat."
Goggins said he thought bill billboards
boards billboards were a lot less distracting
to drivers than "wnen tilling the
soil, particularly Blondes
shorts.
"Well. I'm not for eliminatine
blondes," Lear said.
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mothers-in-law," hearing chair the upper stories, chipped mason.
mn Andrew J. Dallsiream added.' ry and brickwork and left a con.
DaUstream continued the bear- crete grill pockmarked with bul bul-ing
ing bul-ing until next Tuesday. let holes.

Ordnance's Nickerson. No Orders'

Col. John C. Nickerson began the second day of his new
command as Ordnance Officer of the U.S. Army Caribbean
today but so far he has net Issued any orders.
In his spacious white-painted office' at Corosal today, he
explained "Th Ordnance section is working very efficiently
and it has not been necessary to issue any orders yet."
Nickerson, was deprived ot command authority and ban banished"
ished" banished" to the Canal Zone a year ago after being court mar mar-Mailed
Mailed mar-Mailed for leaking official secrets. His command authority
was restored at of yesterday.
He added: "1 will not contemplate making any changes
around here until I am fully orientated into the working of
the section, which will take a couple of weeks. There are 400
personnel In the Ordnance Section and I am going around
talking to them and listening to what they have to say."

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Leaders Urging
Panama Students
To Be Dignified

Milton Eisenhower, brother of the President, is to
leave Washington Saturday for his ttnee-postponed "stud,
mission" to Panama and Central America.
A US Embassy spokesman said today that the order
in which Eisenhower will visit the various countries has nof
yet been confirmed. Earlier it had been said Panama would
be Eisenhower's first stop.
Eisenhower's tour was postponed earlier in the wake
of the troubles which beset Vice President Richard M.
Nixon on his goodwill tour of South America. US Embas Embassies
sies Embassies along the President's brother's proposed route have
now qiven assurances, it is reported, that no repititions of
the Nixon incidents are likely on Eisenhower's tour.
Panama's student leaders are reportedly preparing;
a manifesto urging their followers to take no action which
would lower Panama's dignity during Eisenhower's visit'

here, heeling behind the manifesto is understood to be
that no matter how the students may disagree with US
policies and practices towards Panama, Incidents othe
Lima alCfiiracos tyBe ai rajftrin which to resolve
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net with Eise
"The White House, anno.
last night that the Eisenhower
mission "win comer witn gpv-
ernment ornciais ana ouwra.m
the Countries visited concern concerning
ing concerning economic development and
other problems of aKutual in in-tcrfist
tcrfist in-tcrfist The White House added that
Eisenhower, who is president of
Johns Hopkins university, win
be accompanied by assistant
secretary of state Boy R. Ru Ru-bottom
bottom Ru-bottom Jr.: assistant treasury
Tom B. Coughran; Samuel C.
waugh, president of tne kx-port-Import
Bank of Washing Washington;
ton; Washington; Dempster Mcintosh, man manager
ager manager of the Development Loan
Fund; Miss Ruth Eisenhower,
daughter and official hostess of
Dr. Elsenhower; and Mrs. ku kudo
do kudo ttom.
Others in the party will in include
clude include Col Robert L. Schult?:,
military aide to the President;
Lt. Col. Vernon A. Walters: Dr.
Palmer Futcher, of the Johns
Hooklns school of medicine;
and Bayard King, of the State
Department.
Walters was interpreter for
Lebanese Rebels
Attack Apartment
Housing Americans
BEIRUT, Lebanon, July 9 (UPI)
Lebanese rebels today attacked
a Beirut apartment house hi
which seven Americans and a son
of President Camille Chamoun
were trapped. The attack was
beaten back and all escaped inju-
TV
The attack came in the midst
w- vomr j-
of the heaviest firing in this ca.
PHt sine the Lebanese insur.
rcction began nearly nine weeks
President Chamoun's eldest son,
Dory, and families of U.S. embas.
in sy diplomats were In the bui'd-
ing. Dory grabbed a ru'e ana fir
ed back at the rebels through the
1 windows.
The attack shattered windows on

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fdr Nixon on
wan hour. He- eol mi
broken glass irf MHif
' The Eisenhower mission will
Aug. 1.
His program white here has
not yet been mode. Public. stu student
dent student leader Carlos Arellano
Lennox said earlier that the
mission would' bo -more effec effective
tive effective if Elsenhower spent less
time than is ulnml r'pn such
tours on social occasions with
government officials, end more
time trying to meet the oeonle
directly, with no t.nrf -ta.
tives of officialdom present.
Arellano Lennqx said tWi if
Eisenhower chooses to visit the
university, the University Stu Students
dents Students union of which he Is
nresirtent would be lad to give
the President's brother a run rundown
down rundown on student vienwints on
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French f mnshn
kian(f
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up French cam
against AN
gerian Moslem
547
d in
rebels killed and
clashes last w
French
army said todav.
There was no mention nf rmnrh
casualties.
An army spokesman said rebel
T 25 pTnr w Weakeninj and
mat the insurgentti were turning
more to sabotage, bombi ngs and
street shootinss rtther than ir.
tuaj I ftghtlrtg with French forces.
The spokesman said the arrnv
had seiied 22,000 rounds of rebel
ammunfiron in one raid last wef'n
near the electrified barrier se; up
to prevent aid from reaching the
rebels overt he Tunisian border.
The
Judge's Bench
Three Panamanians were fined
$15 each by Judge John E. Deal Dealing
ing Dealing at Balboa Magistrates Cutirc
today for traffic offenses.
Alfonso Penblo, 35,, star ed his
bus on Gaillard Highway befwe
it was safe to do so.
Victor Samuel Garcia, 43. oper operated
ated operated a truck on Gaillard H i g H H-wav
wav H-wav with an Insecure load.
Leonard Edward Townsend, IT.
was found guilty of driving an au automobile
tomobile automobile on Paraiso Road witn
disregard for persons or properly.
Townsend wm also fined and ex extra
tra extra 15 failing to report an accident.

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THE MAIL BOX

LOCAL RATE LNIONS
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is the concluding section of an
extensive letter on local-rate unions. The earner part ot the
letter appeared in yesterday Mail Box.)
-When "Ginger Know All" says US taxpayers and shipping
amiDames will Day for equal wages for Local Rate workers I
ffiHo wonde? when and whebe a subsidy .tart Shrppmg
m have not been Increased to meet higher wages which Locals
P and 907 have won for all non-citizen workers.
; The Panama Canal has been showing a profit for the last
Uen or eignt years since the Panama Canal Company i which
aSna dot, recognize, either officially of unofficmlly by the

v) was loundea. wnere mere is a jjiui
y l iuu.iv.vu tovnouora nav IW Local

where does uinger get u mca m Hj-- r.,.-. ----te
workers at United States raies? Of course, Ginger is so
,j ...it. r-r,nCTr8inni historv. as he did with tne

how
luck

.1 tr. rsmr t rnno-ressionai nisiory, us uc um

nu w w .......v. J,,,;' fl,,ro nil

nirnum wage law, it wouia noi dc unm. "B"'

nph the taxDavers win pay ior uncqua,

him.
Now if he says the Armed Forces wages come from taxpayers

am inclined to agree with him since i nave nut i ui ....

med Forces making any prom aeienaiiig uie

f I pay my dues every month to Local 800 and as long as

there is a Local 900 I shall continue w pay my two
Local 900 was first on the commissary fight. Local 900 as f rst

r iu. fiht irai ann has always Decn

n wage fights. Local 900 has always been first in fighting
JievSces, whether individually or collectively The latest
Sample is the recent commissary firing of 19 employes Theie
wTmw Local 900 heading the fight and scoring the lirst vic victories.
tories. victories. All what I have just written can be found in the neus-
?PiralsoS attend mTJnion meetings and while I am not in the
op echelon of Local 900, Ginger can rest assured that my local
Son is not influenced or brainwashed by the CLU-MTC. ii
Xes not believe me, call up the CLU-MTC boys and ask
item. They will tell him this even clearer than I can
7 He talks about begging for handouts. Again he does not
bad or follow Local UOO's history, if he believes Balboa Heights
T"r .. . s ...... laaHnrc met fflll liOV. W. JIj.

an nanaie ana pusn aiuuiiu J"u", ; ,itrr

otter and ask him the question ana puunan mt aT."

t additions or deletions. My leaaers nay w.. rTtP

cause we Qo not nave tuiiEtun unoi... ..0.

ustrv employes, but that is me mua 1U1V""' g

equest" you will ever live to see. u nger c- a-

1 Director and ask mm. i Dei uiey

rr about the top leaders or Local wu. mcy it
. ,, i 4:u( T"V,air W Tint. hlflp In A

ernor ana an omers nu ngm. "j

ail Box Column as guy named tiinger ts.no nu.

All that baloney in uinger s iasi icitci ultuui, i .-

fctectricians and mechanics would maxe a gooa iairy i,
& knowledge of Canal Zone labor affairs would indicate.

security lor instance, uinger wuum uc

ussian agent assed mm ior a gmsa yt w-w

use he would VafSjV saboiaw tne

operations, butsimply because h

V H20 irom nqvua or my m, mio" v"w.

believe ma unnea otates snuum i"""-1-' ira
trying to protect mine, Irom Ginger's ignorance
u.oi onn haj. nroven too manv times how effective it is

rr0tecting union members, but if Ginger thinks my union
ling to protect anyone, even a Local Rate cashier, who is

in there pitching, he has anotner guess cunuu.

Maybe Ginger s wile is a casnier m ,, "i: j.

wants her to get the "equal pay" ne is wnuiig auuuu i
T,mmm r . 1 ..I j Tvnol onn inter.

would asK uinger wny anuuiu uuvi

r he just saia ne auui ucucvc uu u ..

feels that there will be more "equal pay ure
say. Why doesn't Ginger go see President de la Ouardia

m Foreign Minister about nis casniers, i om c

t in the union? Know wnai mey wouia ten uim: tj

iy "Go see Local 800 or i-ocai wi. mis nsw uccn uum

otner cases. ,

last note to the cashiers. If tney are m i,ocai uu or

Cal07. iust drop by the union's office ana let mem Know

is and I am sure mey win ue nucuucu i oj

cause I am sure my union jeaueis nave ki
it. loh. Thev have never ran away from a fight in Pa-

i ttt t. 1 i nni nivifTiy rrtOII On U

ta the canal zone ana wasnuigtun, a mn- ui"s

aDDreciate if he snouia ever nve to dc muhi cuuku
!Lr mi ,,u Ul IVi urnrL'c illt. Q

& Canal zone doss, mey wuuiu nivc mm nu; m,. iuuv M
. il l,l 1 1- xmi U I i-fi nrt rtl A

have done to many omers wno uiouRnt uicj wum

lU-' Inrilllant leaders

thts is so

fevers

ace ni

taWBld a

UTTnanv

5L One

riM

KSa Drobien

ails' be

100 Percent Unionist

WHO WEARS SHORT SHORTS?

, St:

mw' -Thanks to M.M.C.'s letter (Mail Box, June 17)

It is the same

old stcry. one or two people make it so hard on everyone.
The better Spanish people do not wear shorts, pedal pushers or
rtacks of any kind on the streets in Panama. I am quite sure if there
was poll taken nine out of ten women and teenagers wearing im im-modest
modest im-modest clothes on the station would be the maids of Rodman and
aSoeoli. They seem to think they are in Hollywood. Only there do
the women wear high heels and halters with sport attire.
This could all have been avoided simply by having all the maids

wear uniforms. They are certainly not expensire.
As for the teenagers, those poor kids have been through nine
months of school And if you don't think it gets hot in Balboa High
wSk 'em. They have a vacation for three months, and what happens

but some character derides they have to dress about three times a

rfav.

People enjoy going to an air conditioned movie like Kobbe even
giMh you do have to 1rp;. Rut try sitting through a movie at
Rodman with four or five crinolines on. Boy, it gets pretty warm.
AH this whole thing amounts to is once again the "Gringos" are
having to pay for what some one rise dors. But doesn't the captain
think from 12 to 16 is a little young to start naying.
Teenager's Mother.

By VICTOR Rl ESEL
It is the multi-biliion dollar in.
ternational narcotics smuggling
ring which calls the shots lor
most labor racketeering.
That's what the Senate McClel.
Ian Committee has discovered.
And that's what two or three top
policy. making AFL-C10 leaders
believe.
And that's what Bob Kennedy's
probing of Genovose, Profaci and

Luciano and Co. operating un under
der under the unincorporated name of
Alalia is aimed al showing a
drowsy nation.
That's what's showing up, too
on the secret ust of the Justice

i Dept's 100 "Mr. Bigs." So conn.
iHcntil ic thic list that Attrirnev

General William Rogers has or.
dered his aides to reveal tht tht-names
names tht-names 50 at a time even to ue
land's most trusted crime smash,
ing chie s the heads of '.ne Nar.
cotics Bureau, the Treasury Dept
the secret Service and other le
deral agencies now working with
the super secret "unified prosec prosecutive
utive prosecutive command" under New York
Attorney, Milton Wessel.
Of tht first SO hoods, 10 havt
bean convicted or are under in indictment.
dictment. indictment. One of them U Paul
(The Waiter) Ricca, of the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Mafia. The others are big
time narcotics smugglers and
finanrieri. They are tied in with
the trucking, garment and
waterfront rackets.
There are Federal files which
prove the intimate ties between
the narcotics and labor rackets
rings. These dossiers show, proba.
bly much to the surprise of many
a labor chief, that the late Lepke
Buchalter's Murder, Inc, terror of
the shook down generation, scoop,
ed up more in narcotics than in
enforcing the labor rackets.
Lepke's take from the New York
men's and ladies' garment and
trucking industries, including the
seizure of shops, was put at $2,
000,000 a year in the thirties.
The heroin haul-in beat that by
millions
Slim little Lepke, coldest of kil.
lers, was pah of a narcotics ring
which sent agents as iar as Shan Shanghai
ghai Shanghai between 1935 and 1937
when the quaking garment center
thought his interests were bound,
ed by Brooklyn on the south,
Manhattan's Seventh Ave. on the
west and a few gay resort spots
in Sullivan County on the north.
Those Lepke agents made con
tact in Shanghai with heroin and
morphine producers from China's
Tientsin province.
Enough dope was purchased in
China to supply 10,000 addicts for
a year. The "stuff" was packed in
steamer trunks in Shanghai.
These were transported in bond
through France. Then they were
sstugSefd MlrAe U.S. Lepke- and
29 others in the ring were invited
in November 1937. They were
charged Vith complicity in a plot
to smuggle "junk" through the
port of New York "in the baggage
of ostentible round-the-world lour,
ists." Lepke took it on the lam
but later turned himself in and
was sent up for 12 years on a
guilty plea.
This ring had a silent part partnerLucky
nerLucky partnerLucky Luciano, who wont
up in 1934 on a compulsory proi
tiution rap. Lucky was sprung
and deported in '46. He lived
graciously at the Hotel Nacional
in Havana, where such Mafia
couriers at Gerardo Cateno
would consult him for the Amer American
ican American section of the combine.
When the Cuban politcal heat

was whipped up U.S. newspa
per, Lucky sailed for lovely
Naples.
It was in nearby Palermo that
two of the Apalachin Mafia Grand
Council delegates met an agent of
Luciano's to help prepare the
agenda for the irst barbecue
convention in history. One of the
two, Joe Bonnano, is in "Gar "Garment".
ment". "Garment". The other, Carmine Galen,
te, is being sought as part of a
narcotics ring. He is also an "en "enforcer"
forcer" "enforcer" in the Brooklyn rackets.
Lucky Luciano gives orders on
far more than narcotics to these
men, whose connections have con.
nections. The labor rackets and
the "respectable" manufacturing
end of the business are just fal

louts from the narcotics haul.

It's a straight line from Lepke's

time. And- he was one of the ton

labor industrial mobsters of all.

The top hoods have seized unions
and ordered their "enforcers" on
the payrolls. They have seized big
construction companies, says Sen.
McClellan. They operate from
coast to coast. But always the
ties go back to the "junk" mil.
lionares.

Walter Winchell In New York

BIG CITY SUMMERTIME

The sun-splashed waterfront sky skyline
line skyline shimmering in the seamless
blue. .Concerts under the stars
ai Lewisohn Stadium. .Highways
growing long tails of tratnc on
weekends. .The Hudson's rolling
blue-green. .The burst of colors
represented by Kockeleller Plaza's
posy array. . Anne Bancroft
beau.ifully expressing the aspira aspirations
tions aspirations of a Girl irom the Bronx in
"Two for the Seesaw". .The pel
al-magic surrounding the Pulitzer
Memorial in the Plaza's fore forecourt.
court. forecourt. An island of artistry within
ihe city's frenzy. .Sally Ann

Howes chanting ande nchanting m'ters.

"My Fair Lady . .Sun-soaKers
stretched across midtown roots on
Sabbath mornings. .The solar
fire igniting Fifth Avenue's shop shop-windows.
windows. shop-windows. The light leaps and

gleamst-a flashing wink of elerni

IV. .VJlllldiUWII VUliu onupA-

strictly for tourists.

tonishing creation replete with sub- gal-gaga in the "Indiscreet" film

tie myteries.

The singing eloquence of the
dialogue in "Look Homeward, An Angel".
gel". Angel". .Suburbanites engaged in
a gallant but futile battle agauist
craorass. .Strollers along the
Riverside Drive promenade deriv deriving
ing deriving pleasure from breaming utop
ly. .The passion of night wuuis
sighing through the trees in Hie
parks. .Our tine-leathered menus
dancing across the blue heigh' s.
. ."Oh, Captain's" lightning tern
po drawing exciting responses
Irom audiences. . .The pictur picturesque
esque picturesque herb garden at 'the Clois-

. Broadway s fiery f r a g-

ments spilling colors and splash

ing sidewalks wivh haphazard
sstreaks. .The great dignity o
ferries cruising across the Hud Hudson.
son. Hudson. Floating dowagers The
descending sun, a flaming orange
globe, extending its hright bene benediction.
diction. benediction. 1 1

Coney Island saturated with hu humanity.
manity. humanity. ."Comic Strip," a gay
and giddy spool. .The band on
the Mall offering high spirited
rhythms. .Baby waves tumbling
against the piers. .The horse
drawn carousel on the Lower basi
Side. .Sunlight spraying St. Pat Patrick's
rick's Patrick's impressive interior with a
lovely glow. Only the ripple of
murmured prayers disturbs its
hushed beauty. .The majesty oi
La Liberty warmed by sunny lin lingers.
gers. lingers. The long arms of cocks
reaching out to grasp cargoes be being
ing being unloaded. .The sunrise issti issti-val
val issti-val of vivid hues celebrating the
birth of a new day.

Jl LY 4 PARADE

it:-

I think those little majorettes in the July 4 parade on Balboa

might cute. Thev really did add a little something extra to the

event. They performed extremely well in spite of the odds against

them

E It dirty shame that someone couldn't have held back the
jhpojfag Panamanian boys who were so rude as to rirlr thrir hikes
through the lines and especially the ones who threw firecrackers
Mt the little girls' feet as they were marchiniz along.
Of course the hand and the troops got the same treatment.
However it did not throw them as much as it did the girls. 1 used to
:''5af little twirling myself and it's no easy matter to keep all those
batons moving together, even without the distractions that those
horrible boy caused
if"", (fcxt 3'ar 1 suggest that the Boy Scouts for even soldiers with
bayonets) be plarerl along the streets to keep more order, so that
-Wt Vho "love a parade" can enjov it. How about it?
T.G.

Judv Holliday's plaintive cooing
of "The Party's Over" in "Bells
Are Ringing". .The suburban
landscape sketched by a master
painter. Pink, red and grcei. a
technicolor conflagration. .Beau-

tifullv-sharpened notes of birds

giving happiness a sound track.
. .The kids s.ick-balling in Har
lem's streets. .The East River
cob-webbed with streaks of sun sunlight.
light. sunlight. Sudden showers umbrel umbrellas
las umbrellas mushrooming, streets lacquer lacquered
ed lacquered with rain and dead rainbows
in the gut.ers. .Lovely equestri equestrians
ans equestrians in the park boucing-bouncing.
. .The tremulous beauty of young
love deftly dramatized in "Blu
Demin."

The breathtaking perspective of
the city from the peak of any
skyscraper. It causes an indescrib indescribable
able indescribable exaltation. Like a sudden
chord of music. .David Wayne,
Vivian Blaine and Johnny Des Desmond
mond Desmond in "Say, Darling" a dar
ling of a show. .The take it-easy
charm of Lower Broadway's side
walk cafes. .Moonlight's cold
fire putting a glow on darkened
midtown towers. .The solitude
seekers in the parks who just
sit and stare and stare. Concen Concentrating
trating Concentrating on nothing. .Leslie Ca Ca-ron's
ron's Ca-ron's dimple-cuie ga nuting in the
"Gigi" flicker. .The blue and
gold sheen in the air at twilight.
The enduring beauty of a fragile
light.
onstrating the art of acting in
"Sunrise at Campobello". .The.
Sutton Place's tree lined cob cobbled
bled cobbled road. .Ralph Bellany dem dem-Rockettes'
Rockettes' dem-Rockettes' soaring toes kicking out
a precise pattern for a lilting
rhythm. .Cloud murals pierced
by the Empire "State's lofty
sword. .The Bergman-Grant guy-

PLANS NEW RAILROADS
HONO KONG (UPI) Com Communist
munist Communist China plans to build 20
new railroads south of the
Yangtze River during its second
five-year plan period, which be began
gan began this year, the Peiping Peo

ple s Dally reported.

fir:
Wf' I was much disgusted with the way younr Panamanian boy
Pppr allowed to run in the streets among the marching troops dur during
ing during the 4th of July parade. Not only did they weave in and out
through the ranks on foot and on bicycles but they threw firecrack firecrack-'
' firecrack-' mrm at the feet of the marching men.

I was especially concerned about the majorettes who were also

hit with Ihe cracker balls or whatever you call them. I'm sure mat

most of the girls were not more than eight or nine years of age. It
ia aurorinne thai a serious iniurv did not occur as a result of these

little hoodlums' actions

i' The American legion should take this matter seriously and do
something about it (or future parades.
Safely Minded.

Newsstands generating explo explosive
sive explosive black .leadlines amidst the
easygoing season. The oh boy
girls in "ta'l Abner". .Park .Park-bench
bench .Park-bench squa ters tilting their fc-

es toward the sKy. .Youngsteri

roller-skating gliding and grin grinning.
ning. grinning. .The Museum of Modern
Arts private garden. ..Midtown's
paralytic traffic snailing forward,

. The first act climax in Look

Back in Anger". . Wall Street's

canyons after midnight play

grounds for echoes. .Visiting mo movie
vie movie stars equipped with personal
spotlights. jBeekman Place
garden terraces overlooking Ihe

river. .The wonders of frag

rance at the Bronx Bo anical Jar Jar-dens.
dens. Jar-dens. .The antiquated chasm of
cliffs flanking the Hudson. An as-

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If you are under age 15 and
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ify qualify (usuallv without physical

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Slightly higher rates for older
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No obligation, tear out this
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Heights. Canal Zone.

thrilni. .i,ower Mauhatcan's pin

nacies vieweu irom the Brooklyn
Bridge. A careless diagram of
soaring rock. .Sunbeams igniting
a purple bonfire in the siainea siainea-glass
glass siainea-glass windows of Grant's Tomb.
. .Edwin Boo.h still playing
'Hamlet" as a Gramercy park
statue. .feresu Wright's emoung emoung-zing
zing emoung-zing in fhe Dark at the lop of
the Stairs". '. ,A white sphere

winging toward a home run at
the Stadium.

The lonely cavalry of hansom
cabs clip cloppmg across pave pavements.
ments. pavements. The HnrO.mi Hanliaa in

"ihe Music Man . .Greenwich! nereby tender

Villages tangled streets. . .The
soaring symmetry of St Paul's
spires. .The garment District's
industrial dance. An untamed bal

let Involving trucks, mobs and

machines: .The dungeon-like qua quality
lity quality of the Main Stem sunless
sioptreet canyons. Marquees
which shimmer with a million
twinkling eyes at night are blind
and seemingly dismal. .The fan

cy footwork of the "West Side
Story" cast of capables. .Flow
er boxes on the windows of Tenth
Avenue tenements. .The metro metropolitan
politan metropolitan poetry of beauty and con
fusion, the trivial and the luvuri luvuri-ous.
ous. luvuri-ous. A tapestry and a cartoon.

WASHINGTON Recent, revela revelations
tions revelations regarding Sherman Auams,
his gifts, and his influencing ui

government agencies, make me re

gret a column i wrote on reo. a,
itf5z. It pertained to another case
of gift receiving inside the gov government.
ernment. government. ;
I repor ed that Clovis Walker,
head oi tne Agriculture Depart Department's
ment's Department's cotton branch, had receiv
ed some gifts irom an Egypuan
cotton broker named Loutfy Man-

sour, in the form of Egyptian

glassware and silver. I also re
ported that Walker had given
Mansour, in turn, some electric electric-cally
cally electric-cally illuminated pictures which
he makes.

The column also called attention

to the fact that the Egyptian cov

ton broker had cornered 1L500

hales of cotton iust before the

ericukure Department sudcisnly

decided to buy Egyptian cotton
and had cleaned up. But the col column
umn column did not accus-j Walker of

giving any inside uilormation
hii friend Mansour

Following publication of the col column,
umn, column, Walker was promptly remov.
ed by scrupulous Charlie Brannan,
then Secretary of Agriculture for
Truman.
Walker had a good record as a
civil servant and career official,
but in those days more people

were removed from office tnan in
te present administration.
He was also tried in U. S. Dis District
trict District Court for a conflict of inter interestwhich
estwhich interestwhich has not happened to a a-ny
ny a-ny of the conf ict-of-interest of of-cials
cials of-cials in the Eisenhower adminis.
tration.
In the end, and after a lengthy
trial. Walker was acquitted. The

trial cost him most of his savings
and he is now living in retire,
ment in Florida on a meager in income.
come. income. There are some interesting pa parallels
rallels parallels between Walker and Sher Sherman
man Sherman Adams.
Adams has received gifts in ex.
cess of $5000; Clovis Walker re received
ceived received gifts of about $100.
Adams had admitted intervening
in Federal agencies on behalf of
his benefactor, Bernard Goldfine.
There was no evidence that Walk Walker
er Walker intervened for Mansour.
Walker was fired and tried be.
fore a Federal court. Adams has
been retained.
In one administration the charge
was "corruption." In another ad.
ministration the charge was "im "imprudence."
prudence." "imprudence." Under the circumstances, I owe
an apology to Walker, which I

TEXAS TAX AXIS

From the mountain ranges of
Rockefeller Plaza In the heiuhU

of the Empire State imagination be some form

discovers the sorcery in the city I However, his old friend Sam Ray.

The Texas axis against tax re reduction
duction reduction isnot quite as solid as
the public is led to believe. The
axis was arranged bv Secretary

of the Treasury Bob Anderson of

Vernon, Texas, with Speaker Sam
Rayburn "of Bonham, Texas, and
Sen. Lyndon Johnson of Austin,
Texas.
Among them they dominate the
Treasury, tht House of Represent Representatives,
atives, Representatives, and the Senate; so Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, a Texas Republicrat, got his
fellow Texans to agree there
would be no tax reduction at this
session of Congress.
Backstage, however, the tall
Texan in the Senate is restless.

Johnson believes that there should

of tax reduction.

money to complete the library.
Mr. Sam has been grateful to
him ever since.
"LOST" R I CORDS?
It seems peculiar thut two im.
portant sets of recor is have mys.
teriously disappe. reo in the Sher.
man Adams Bernard Go dfine
case.
One was the crucial records in
the Federal Trade Cammissio.i;
the other, records in the ofice of
the Secretary of State in N e w
Hampshire, regarding campaign
contributions.
c
Signi icantly, the "loss" of both
sets of recrds was revealed the
same week.
Acting chairman Robert Secrest
of the Federal Trade Commission
testi ied June 16 that the records
of the Wool Inspection Division
between Jan. 1, 1953, and Pec. 1,
1953. accidentally were destroyed

to by the General Service Adminis.

tration last January.
To anyone familiar with, the
red tape of Washington, the de.
struction .of files is a most incon
ceivable. Right next door to the
Federal Trade Commission is the
Archives Office which has charge
of old files.

It and other government agen
cies are bogged down with files
dating back beyond the Civil
War.
The record of every American
serviceman through every war
has been kept by the Army andj
Navy; 60 per cent of the space in
the Justice Department building is
taken up with files; while every
file in every o'fice has been mi microfilmed
crofilmed microfilmed and stored away.
The General Services Adminis.
tration, in charge o this, has prid.
ed itse'f on its efficiency in mi microfilming.
crofilming. microfilming. The Wool Inspection records for
the year 1953 covered the period
when complaints were made a.
gainst Bernard Goldfine's mills for
mislabeling. It was in the fall
of 1953 that Adams first interven
ed at the Federal Trade Commis!
sion and that the case was al
bruptly dropped fol'owing his phone
call. '.
Chairman Oren Harris o' Ar.
kansas chided commissioner Se Secrest
crest Secrest for the loss of the records,
but nd real attempt was made to
probe into the exact circumstanc.
es of the mysterious disappear,
a nee.
OTHIR PAPERS DISAPPEAR
The other set of, papers destroy destroyed
ed destroyed was the record of political
gifts and expenditures for 1941,
1950 and 1952 in New Hampshire
where Bernard Goldfine was ac.
tive politically. Tbey were dump,
ed out by Secretary of State
Jackson on the excuse thai he
needed more space. '

that a poet finds in the hush of

the woods. .The penny ..rcade
jamboree: Pinball machines gulp
coins, steel balls roll, ligh'.s
gleam, bells ring. A wonderful
chaos. .The "South Pacific" mo
vies's classic inkles. Music, mu music,
sic, music, music. .Merchants of frosty
delicacies hawking ice cram po po-paloozas.
paloozas. po-paloozas. .The beauty of the ear early
ly early ayem hours when b-ezes wiiis
per and the listening sky records
their immortal conversations. .
Each season has its own unique
characteris.ic. Autumn is a time
of pure exhilaration Winter off ess
a cold loveliness. Spring is laugh

ing and gay. Summer is a period

of lassitude It is a time
dreaming. And lazying.

burn vigorously believes otherwise

and keeps reminding Johnson that
it's the prerogative of the House
of Representatives to initiate all
tax 'egislation; it is not a job of
the Senate.
The other day when Senator
Johnson was about to speak at
the dedication of the new Rail,
way Labor building, "Mr. Sam"
josged his elbow and whispered:
"Remember now, no taxes." What
Sam meant was that he didn't
want Lyndon breaking the Texas
axis in his dedication speech by
proposing tax reduction.
Secretary Anderson went down
to Bonham to help dedicate Speak.

for,er Rayburn's library last summer.
'He also helped raise some of the

He did not, however, explain
why he kept much o der records
but destroyed records for the year
when Sherman Adams ran .or
governor, 1948, and when Adams
was first promoting Eisenhower
for President, 1952. Bernard Gold Gold-fine
fine Gold-fine has boasted about help" a
heavy contributor to Adams when
he ran for governor.
In this connection, Goldfine's
name does not appear on the me.
ticulous records of financial con.
tributions prepared by Sen. Albert
Gore o' Tennessee, chairman of
the Senate committee which scru scrutinized
tinized scrutinized campaign expenditures in
1956. If Goldfine contributed, as
he has made no secret of doing
in various campaigns, either he
confined his contributions to state
elections or his contributions were
not recorded.
Goldfine's operations emphasiz emphasized
ed emphasized the fact that for two yearl
the Senate has been talking a.
bout passing a new campaign
contribution law limiting the large
hunks of money dumped into no i.
ticaL races. With an election only
a few months of r, now im-int be
the time to get busy on such a
law.

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 1958

HELPING with the summer recreation program at Fort Clayton are, left to right, front row: MSgt. Charles G. Proffitt, Mrs.
John D Coney, Mrs. John C. Nickerson, Col. Conev, Mrs. Joseph G. Hill and Mrs. Percy N. Laming, director; back row, Mrs.
Frederick M. Wells, Sp4 John W. Jones, Pfc. Billy Reavis, Pfc. James F. Ward, Sp5 James W. Kirkley and Mrs. Johnie Bullock.
(U.S. Army Photo)

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WAYNE, LANCE AND GREGORY LEFLEUR register with MSgt.
summer recreation program at Fort Clayton. (U.S. Army Photo)

By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEA) Too ma many
ny many people have too many wrong
ideas about Diahann Carroll. They
either think that she can sing
sweet and tender ballads or that
he is mi operatic singer. Both i i-deas
deas i-deas are wrong.
Actually, Diahann can sing sweet
nd tender ballads very well as
he did in Broadway's "House of
Flowers." But she can also sing
that have a beat and, as
a matter of fact, her new Vik al album.
bum. album. "Best Beat Forward," was.
rnnppived for the precise purpose
of showing the world the beat
side of Diahann. (This nas noinmg
to do with the Beat Generation,
you understand.)
"I want to Bet the idea across,
savs pretty Diahann, "That I can
reaiiy oen iwi wuv, jx
too.
About opera, now. For some
reason, many people think she s
an operatic singer and she isn't.
But, even as late as three weeks
po she cot an offer from an of
ficial of the New York City Cen
ter Opera Company, wno snouio
i I l, Jm. -m nnarvlif rfl'p
Know ueuei, 1"! UK1B"U ,
Ho wax shocked when she told
him she didn't have an operatic
range.
"1 don't know where that idea
cot started." she says. "Perhaps
it comes from a scholarship I got
to. the Met when I was eight.
But that was jjjrt for study and,
w. I onlv went for a few
weeks. At that time,, I was much
i e interested in being tne
world's .champion roller skater. I
was auite a tomboy."
Diahann, who says her career
is at "a crossroads." is planning
to devote the next year to study
dancing, dramatics, singing. She
warns to Bo on to bigger and
better things. Perhaps a dramatic
role on Broadway, perhaps
Broadway musical (there's some
t 'lk, probably premature, of ;
Negro version of "My Fair L
dy") perhaps more movies she's
in the coming Forgy and Bess
whatever it is, chances are ex
cellent that Dflhnn will do well.
Something now coming a pro
f whereby record surfaces
would be complelely free of
i.. flies or imperfections. Tiiis
new system has something to do
with radipactivity, applied to the
recording industry.
Tho trials of a jus.-starting sisg-

Beneath It All
She's Got A Beat

J Si .Jtok

Connie
Tredwdl
Diahann
Carroll
ing group are illustrated by the
experiences of Tho Five Ctands,
who have a nice debut record on
Brunswick called "Kiss Me."
These are five experienced sing
ers their training includes study
ing at the Westminster Choir Col
lege and much professional work
who got together, as the group
on Bill Kemp's ABC-Radio, show
and decided to keep going as a
unit.
Why work as a group? Well,
as pretty Connie Tredwell, one of
the two girls in the gang, says,
she likes "the security of a
group."
"A girl with a band or a com
bo or by herself," she says, of
ten has to go through things 1
don't care to go through,"
To keep going, they lake back background
ground background dates with other recording
artists (they're on Tony Perkins'
"No, No, No," for example) and
make a fast $50 that way. They
all sight-read music, so they can
take hurry-up jobs.
But what to call themselves?
Well, on the radio show they held
a contest to pick a name. A
Louisville, Ky., man won, suggest suggesting
ing suggesting "The Noteworthies." So they
went to Louisville for tse grand
ceremony, only to find their show
wasn't heard there and the win
ner was a traveling salesman who
wasn't in tjbwn.
"It was pretty grim," says
Warren Hays, another of the
group. (The others are Helen and
Pete Streiff and Lee Hale.) When
they went on their own., they
thought and thought and came up
with a name they ail likea the
Five Grand. When their first' rec
ord came out, somebody had
s.uck an "s" at the end.
DICK'S PICKS: Steve Law
rence has a good one on Coral,
"Stranger in Mexico." Others-
"Little Serenade" (The Am's
Brothers, (RCA); "My Old Flame"

THE

Charles E. Proffitt for the

Ike Raps Supreme Courts
Decision On US Passports

WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi.
dent Eisenhower urged Congress
yesterday to nullify a recent Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court decision by specifi.
cally granting the secretary of
state authority to deny passports
on grounds of Comunist sympa.
thies.
He told the House and Senate
in a special message he hoped
Congress would act promptly on
his proposals for restoring the
secretary's broad authority over
foreign travel by Americans.
"I wish to emphasize the ur urgency
gency urgency of the legislation 1 have
recommended," he said. "Each
day and week that passes without
it exposes us to great danger. I
hope the Congress will move
promptly to its enactment."
The high court recently ruled
that Congress never gave the sec.
retary authority to deny a pass passport
port passport to a U. S. citizen because of
his refusal to sign a non-Communist
affidavit or because of his
suspected Communist beliefs or
sympathies.
Two Ground For Denial
The President said the govern,
ment in recent years has denied
(The Platters, Mercyry); 'The
Seventh Voyage of Sinbad"
(Nelson Riddle, Capitol) "First
Blush" (Sonny Till, Roulette),
"Got a Match" (Lou Stein, Mer Mercury);
cury); Mercury); "I Knowl I Know, I know"
(Jaye P. Morgan, RCA); "Boo "Boogie
gie "Boogie Woogle Ball" (Erskine Butter Butter-field,
field, Butter-field, Davis); "Precious One" (La
Verne Stovall, Felsted).
Pop music from all over the
world on Angel, Heinz Sandauer
and his piano and orchestra play
a lovely collection of "Vienna
Mood Music"; on Tico, The Ca-
ney Orchestra goes South Ameri
can with "Flying Down to Rio.
on AHio-Fidelitv. Mike Sarkissian
and His Cafe Bagdad Ensemble
have new ones called "Grecian
Holiday" and "Turkish Delight,"
both fine Mid-Eastern music; on
Kouletle, the DiMara Sisters, fol
low up their earlier hit with more
Of the same, "Italy Revisited."
Two fine new vocal concert al
bums, One, on London, features
Renata Tebaldi in a second vol
ume of "Songs and Arias. Her
glorious voice continues lo im
press here. For people who like
German lieder, there is one of the
current leaders pf lieder, baritone
Dietrich Fischer Dieskau, with an
Angel album of Mahler's "Songs
of a W vfr-" and G'r a h m s'
"Seven Songi.'"" ""

PANAMA AMERICAN AN

Health Bureau Club
Makes Final Plans
Last minute plans are under
wav for Club Health Bureau's
second anniversary dance slated
for July 26, at the Casino Vina
del Mar. William Lovell, chair,
man of the planning committee
said no stones have been left un.
turned to make this semi-formal
affair an enjoyable one.
With only a limited amount of
reserve tables on hand th; dead.
liDe date lor Atlantic and 1'acific
side guests is July 23. Reserva
tions can "be made through Astca
Philpotts, Marcus Smith, John!
Lewis,, Allan Hamlin, Alfred llib-
bert.
Music will be furnished by the
Willie Morrison Orchestra and the
Jets combo. Other entertaining
activities have been planned to
enhance the evening aside from
the many door prizes that will be
awarded. A portion of the profits
will be donated to organizations
that depend soley on chanty.
DEBTOR BITES EAR
MANILA (UPI) Army Sgt.
Vincente Gibano, 40, toM police
Monday that a man from whom
he tried to collect a 50 cent debt
bit off a part of hig left ear.
passports on two general grounds:
First, that travel by the appli applicant
cant applicant would bo "inimical to United
States foreign relations" and sec second,
ond, second, that the applicant was a
Communist or under Communist
discipline.
Noting the court's decision, the
President said "it is essential
that the government today have
power to deny passports where
their possession would seriously
impair the conduct of the foreign
relations of the United States or
would be inimical to the security
of the United States."
Aside from Communist consid.
erations, he said, the govern
ment also should have authority
to prevent Americans from travel traveling
ing traveling to areas where there is no
means of protecting them or
where their presence would eon
flict with U. S. foreign relations
objectives or U. S. security.
Congress To Got Draft
He said the State Department
will send Congress a draft of
legislation to carry out his rec.
ommendations.
Chairman Francis E. Walter
(D-Pa.) of the House Committee
on Un- American Activities
promptly complained that the
President's proposal "does not
cover adequately the needs of our
national security and the conduct
of our foreign relations."
He urged Congress instead to
act on his own more sweeping
measure.
But the President Warned Con Congress
gress Congress that the government "is
greatly concerned with seeing to
it that the inherent rights of
American citizens are preserved.
"Any limitations on the right to
travel," he said, "can only be
tolerated in terms of overriding
requirements of our national se.
curity and must be subject to
substantive and procedural guar,
antees."
ANNOUNCE SURRENDER
JAKARTA, Indonesia (UPI)
The government military com command
mand command in Noi'.h Celebes announced
yesterday that 1,000 rebels have
surrendered in that area as of
June 30 and "large numbers have
fled." It said most of those who
surrendered were local youths re recruited
cruited recruited by the rebel leaders. The
announcement added that "hun
dreds of rebels have died" In the'
rth .Celebes operations.

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GOV. W. E. POTTER addresses the residents of Coco Solo during the Fourth of July ceelbration held on the Atlantic side.
With the Governor in the speakers' stand are James O'Donneli, vice president of the Coco Solo Civic Council and chairman of
the Fourth of July committee, seated ueft; the Rev. Wendell Parker, of the Gatun Baptist Church; the Rev. Daniel Renaldo,
of the Miraculous Medal Church; and representatives of the Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Veterans of Foreicn Wars,
the American Legion Auxiliary and the U.S. Navy.

Local Civilian Army
Employe Completes
Course In Indiana
FORT BENJAMIN HARRISON,
Ind. Department of the Army
civilian employe Mrs. Ruin M.
Schroerler, whose parents Mr. and
Mrs. T. I. Bozeman live in Rod Rodman,
man, Rodman, Canal Zone, completed the
techniques of review and analysis
course at the Army Finance,
School, Ft. Benjamin Harrison,
on June 27.
Mrs. Schroeder is a budget and
program coordinator at Head Headquarters,
quarters, Headquarters, USARCARIB, Fori Ama Amador.
dor. Amador. The three wees course which
she comp eted was designed to
train officers and analyzing Ar Army
my Army programs and activities at in installation
stallation installation level.
Primary purpose of the instruc instruction
tion instruction is to familiarize members
of the Army's financial manage management
ment management team with general organiza organization
tion organization and function of the installa.
tion comptroller of I ice.
The 33year old Canal Zone nat native
ive native attended college for three
years. She is a member of the
Diablo Camera Club. She is the
mother of a 9year.old girls, Kathy
Lynn.
DDELAY COSTS ARM
BLIDA, Algeria (UPI) An Al Algerian
gerian Algerian nationalist rebel held a I
grenade a moment too long be-
fore throwing it into a packed
care here yesterday. The grenade
exploded, tearing off part of the
rebel's right arm. Three persons
nearby also were injured.
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MOVIES-TELEVISION
by Erskine Johnson
Nf A Stall Conttpondtnt

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) On
stage, OUstage and Upstage: It
isn't the heat it's the Humility.
Ricky Nelson's humility. 1
hearu more aouui Riccey s muml muml-ity
ity muml-ity than I did about the high-ris-ilig
temperatures uuring my recent
trip to Tucson, Ariz., where tac tacky
ky tacky is making ins oig movie ue ue-but
but ue-but in the western, "Rio Bravo.
The whole cast was talking a a-bout
bout a-bout Ozzie and Harriet's lau tak taking
ing taking his big warbling success and
now Him slaruoni without getting
out oi 'step a lemptaiion at
when your salary comes in six
figures.
He's the same modest lad he
plays every week on TV.
HO THOSE sack dresses. Gor Gordon
don Gordon Scott's still blushing. He and
wiley Vera Miles joined the Dai Dai-rin
rin Dai-rin McGeavins for dinner the olh
er night and Mrs. McG. was wear wearing
ing wearing a sack. ri
"When are you expecting? ask asked
ed asked Gordon.
The sacked lady socked Gor Gordon
don Gordon with the reply: ,,.,,
"Our baby, sir is 0Mh MOM 11
OLD."
Hollywood fighting TV note :

George Gobel's movie, I Mar-,ery was a small tombstone, mad"
ried a Woman," is being adver-lot wood, bearing the scravwed
tised in TV s ctiong with the words:
words: 'See George Gobel in
color on a 52 4 lb Inch screen."! "Michael Anderson, son of Jeff
Won't it be funny now TV Donnell. Born Jan. 21, 1942. Died,
starts fightin movies with 3-D asjMay 17, 1958. Cause of death: ()
Hollywood once did. At least one verwork."
pilot reel with 3 D for home I
screens is in the works here. IT MAY HAVE been told, but
Viewers in living rooms will.jd's wurlli retelling now that com-
ediait.Ben Blue is out of the hos-

Caribbean ACrAF
Exchange Service
Us6d Equipment
Sale
Smlrii bicK for public opening, will
bt received bv the Central ExchanRe
Officer. Fori Clayton, C.Z for vari vari-ou
ou vari-ou items of USED equipment, in
eluding but not limited to: cafete
ria and loda fountain fixture!, au
tomotlve equipment, electric motor
and equipment, used tire and bat batteries,
teries, batteries, chairs, tables, stools, and one
mobile exchange.
Items may be Inspected In Bldg
No. 13.V Fort Clayton, edjucent tu
the Fort Clayton Garage, from S to
11 a m. and 1 to 3 p.m. weekdays
from 7 July thru 17 July. 1958.
Invitations and proposals contain
Ing information on the conditions of
sale, mnv be obtained during the
above hours at Bldg. No. 135, Fort
Clavton.
Sealed bids will be publicly open
ed al I p m Friday. IS July nl
Bldg Nr. 1 35. The Exchange Serv
Ice reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
Tills Is an offering of the Carlh
bean AEAFES. and not one of the
U.S. Government.

MIKE AND LINDA LYTLE receive their summer recreation schedule from Mrs. John D. Coney
at Jadwin Hall at Fort Clayton. (U.S. Army Photo)

have to wear gleasses to get the
three .dimensional effect, but it
can be seen as a regular flat
screen without glasses.
THE WESTERN influence on
Hollywood wardrobes gave Earl
Holliman a chuckle when he re reported
ported reported for the film," Gun Hill."
They handed him a pair ol
pants, a shirt and FOUR gun
belts."
And while we're on the west western
ern western subject, how about "Rusty
Lantern" for the name of a west western
ern western heroine?. .Or Buddy Hack
ett's quip that he's going to man manufacture
ufacture manufacture square guns for all of
TV's square-shooters.
LIBERACE LOST 40 pounds but
the new diamond-studded tux lie :i
wearing in Las Vegas makes sure
he's noticed.
There's nothing like a 16 year year-old
old year-old boy around the House. Jeff
Donnell (George Gobel's TV A, no
badgered her son Mike for days
about cutting the lawn and linal
ly she was happy lo see the lob
had been done. Bui in Hip cent r
l 0f the crew-cut square of Kitn-
pitat 'and back at his nigtu club
fiere. While Ben was keeping med medio,
io, medio, worried, a Los Angeles attor attorney
ney attorney named Ben Blue died and
word reached George Jessel mat
it was the comedian, and would
he deliver the comedian's eulogy,
at his funeral.
George said, "Of course." and
immediately sat down lo .scribble
a few notes. The mistake was
quickly corrected, however, and
later Ben kidded Jessel about
the whole thing.
l m sorry you had to Ho to
the trouble of making notes for
my eulogy," said Ben.
"Oh, that's all right,
Jessel, "I filed 'em."
replied
SHORT TAKES: Censorship at
work in Minneapolis: Movie blue
pencil boys said "The Respectful
Prostitute" would have to have
I a more respectful title in Minne Minneapolis.
apolis. Minneapolis. It's now playing then as
j "The Respectful Tramp. '. .Pro .Pro-(
( .Pro-( ducer Ross Hunter, who special
i7.es in movie love stories:
Some of the greatest love sto
ncs I have ever known have in
volved one actor unassisted."

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NEWSMEN INSPECT ,IKT CLIPPER AT MIAMI Press, tele television
vision television and radio commentators board Pan American World Air Airways'
ways' Airways' b';r Boeing 707 for walk-through inspection a few minutes
after it touched down at Maimi International airport recently.
The jetliner, undergoing Civil Aeronautics Administration tests
before being put into service soon by Pan American, made the
1,300 miles flight from Boston to the gateway to Latin-America
in 2 hours 48 minutes, shaving 33 minutes from the previous
record. Following its visit to Miami the jetliner flew to Seattle,
Washington and thence to Mexico City for high altitude tests.
Advt.

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Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
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THE PANAMA. AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JULY 151
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134,
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terwiSe
By Mary Skinner
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MISS SHERVL ESTELLE SPEEVAK

MiSS SHERYL ESTELLE SPEEVAK
iBlX MARRY MR. MARK NEWMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Speevak of Panama announce the
engagement of their daughter Shervl Estelle to Mr. Mark
Hwbert Neuman of Newark. N.J.
Miss Speevak attended Balboa High School and the Uni University
versity University of Miami. Mr. Neuman also attended the University
f Miami and is now a tax consultant.
The wedding will take place on Aug. 31 in Newark.

Mr. and Mr. Oglesby Entertain
For Lt. Gov. and Mrt. Arnold
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Ogles Oglesby
by Oglesby entertained a small group of
ffiendi at buffet supper at their
Bella Vista residence last evening
in honor of Lt. Gov. and Mrs. Hugh
M. Arnold who are leaving the
lithmui on Saturday.
iay Celebration
Rene Bakker, daughter ot Mr.
Ubert E. Bakker of Cocoli cele celebrated
brated celebrated her fourth birthday on Ihe
trrth of July with a dinner party,
ler the party jer guests enjoy-
rides on Jeatt Walker s horse

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which she brought for the occa occasion.
sion. occasion. The children present includ.
ed Jimmy and Rickey Warren;
George Kuth Jr., Daniel Bakker;
Paula and Debby Chestnut; Diane
and Denise Kisner; Judy and Eve Evelyn
lyn Evelyn .lenges; Cynthia and Brenda
Stahl and LaRee and Melody Bak.
ker. Also present for the occasion
were Mr. Merle Pratt. Mr. Joe
Palumbo, Mrs. Norma Warren,
Mrs. Wally Stahl and Mrs. Silvia
Ruth.
Charity Card Group of Balboa
Women's Club TswsW Tomorrow
The Charity Card Group of the
Now! do
hair-styling tricks
with Adorn!
Spray before you comb!
Then do hair styling tricks
with ADORN . first
Self-Styling hair spray!
Works innWM... without
flaking or dulling! Holds
twice as long as ordinary
sprays!

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iialboa Woman's Club wili meet
tomorrow, inulaua), 1O1 ut'ul
anil cards at we Koii'.-imauur Lit.
iici-r a open .Hess ai U:6. Mem Member
ber Member wishing tu attend should call
one oi iiie iiuaieava iu.i.. uus.
lesses are .Urs. i'eler Bolton, Pan.
M ill a j.iiiu, iira. L.eo meatei nai nai-bua
bua nai-bua 1822 anil Ml'. O. i. Wol'iey,
uaiouj i-O.l,
Dr. Gerrant Leaves for States
Dr. A. taile (Jerrans ol Diablo
lleigtits, ic.i iuol cvLiiiiio uiuue
lor me tlaa's. lie will visit witli
ins biolntr aim ouiei relatives in
Gloucester, .Mass. and will then go
to Ine iiiiviuMj ui i eniio i v miuj
to ailenil a round table uisi ussion
un uenlures. lie expecis to return
to the Isthmus at the end of the
moil tn.
CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)
American Society's
Women's Auxiliary
First Meeting
The lirst meeting o. the newly
formed Women's Auxiliary of the
American Society ol Panama was
held at the Panama Goll Club,
l uesdav Julv 1st.
The purpose ol this Society is
"to keep alive within our mem members."
bers." members." At the organizational meeting
lie d last week, it was agreed that
tthe wives of the odicers of the
American Society would hold the
same positions in the Auxiliary as
their husbands do in the Society.
Therefore, during the coming
year, Mrs. Richard L. Dehlinger
will serve as President of the
auxiliary, Airs. William C.
Schmitt, Vice-President, Mrs. Loui'
A. Gomez, Treasurer, and Mrs.
Myron W. Fisher as Secretary.
Any I S. citizen residing in
Panama or in private enterprise
in the Canal Zone is eligible lor
membership in tlie American So.
ciety. If interested, please con.
tact Mr. James J. Plaia at 2.06L'0.
For more intormation about the
Women's Auxiliary, call Mrs.
Charles E. Smilli, 3-0377, M r s.
Irving Bennett, 3-i344, Mrs. Elton
D. Todd, 3.0976, or Mrs. Vernon
E. Williams, 3-7168.
Any women who are interested
are urged to attend the next meet
ing of the Women's Anvil larv
Tuesday, August atll. 4:00 p.m. at
the Panama Golf Club.
Das Gupta Files
For Divorce
BOMBAY, India (UPI) Glam Glamorous
orous Glamorous Indian script writer Somali
was uupta, whose name was
linked romantically with Italian'
movie producer Roberto Rosscl-j
lini, filed today for divorce from'
her Indian husband, Hari. j
The case was scheduled to he
heard in the Bombay civil court I
in October.
Somali's name was intimately
connected with Rossellini's lasJ
year when Rossellini was making!
a movie in India.
Shortly after he returned to
Rome, he and Ingrid Bergman
announced they were separating.1
Last week Miss Bergman an-'
nounced she would marry Swcd-
ish businessman Lars Schmidt m
soon as she could gel an annul-!
ment of her marriage to Rossel-j
lini.
A Rome court has postponed;
Ihe annulment four times.
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stallation. installation. From left to right are Katherine Rogers, president; Virginia Whaler vice presi president;
dent; president; Mary Ryan, secretary; and Joan Hull, treasurer.

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GOSSIP IN GOTHAM
Broadwayites who know Helen
O'Connel weren't even slightly
surprised by the headlines an announcing
nouncing announcing she'd had her husband,
Tom Chamales, committed to Bell
evue. They just wondered what
took her so long to get really
frightened; for months she's been
showing up at television programs
with black and blue marks that
couldn't be disguised, and her
East Side neighbors were openly
alarmed by the violence of the ar arguments
guments arguments that used to take place in
the Chamales' love nest. . One
of the biggest names in baseball
(and one ol the best. looking chaps
involved in the National Pastime)
has been pursuing a dancer in the
cast of the currently vacationing
"Jamaica". .The Nancy Whitney
who has been dating Frank Sina Sinatra
tra Sinatra on the West Coast is the same
attractive woman who made the
front pages some years ago when
she was the last sweetheart of the
late John Garfield. The actor died
in her apartment.
Guests at the opening night par party
ty party given by Gus Schirmen Jr., for
the cast of "Kind Sir" in East
Hampton are still waiting for the
asnwer to the puzzle posed by the
sudden exit of Hollywood produc producer
er producer Ross Hunter. When Hunter re,
turned to the group after receiv.
ing a long-distance call, he an announced
nounced announced that he had to drive into
New York immediately because
Lana Turner, who is starring in
his picture, "can't be found." He
vanished before revealing whether
Lana had gotten lost in New York
or California, so the party-goers
were left frustrated by just half
the story.
There's a Greenwich Villagf ar
tist who signs her works Doris
Dawn, and has them for sale in
the outdoor exhibition; she looks
enough like millionairess Doris
Duke to be millionairess Doris
Duke. Irving Lazar is .steamed
over the report that lawyer Vor
ris Ernst had anything to do wi h!
the movie sale of Edna Ferber's
"Ice Palace." Lazar says he made
the deal, solo, and has Miss Ferh.
er's check for $35,000 to prove it.
(Quiz question: What's going to
happen to the plot of "Ice Pal Palace,''
ace,'' Palace,'' which is a plea for the ad admission
mission admission of Alaska to statehood
now IliHt Alaska has admitted and!
the problem is all settled'') j
They're now making it twice as
easy lor you to lose, up in Harlem.

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They take the usual daily bets on
the numbers, but a new crew gets
moving about sundown, selling
"night numbers" based on trotting
race results. .The publishers of
Helen Traubels' forthcoming auto
biography titlted the evebrows
more than a little when she an.
nounced the title she's picked up
for the memoirs. She insists on
calling it "St. Louis Woman"; no nobody
body nobody thinks it appropriate, but
they gave in to her.
Virginia Hill, the gangland do'l
who made TV history during the
Kefauver crime hearings, is rum rumored
ored rumored in New York, staying with
inends on the West Side and con
suiting attorneys. . The produc
ers of "Une Parisienne," which
opens here in August are either
unreaslistic or caught in a fancy
contract trap. They'll bill Charles
Boeyr and Henri Vidal over Brig Brig-itte
itte Brig-itte Bardot. . Participants in the
upcoming "ESP" television pro program
gram program shouldn't find it necessary
to display the writhing, lip-biting
handkerchief clenching nervous
ness of the quiz.show contestants.
Instead of being spothlighted on
their feet in narrow booths, they'll
be ensconced in comfortable ra-
dining chairs in plexi.glass rooms I
and soft music will be piped to
them as they do their thinking.
Gene Kelly's back on the local
scene dating a tall fair haired
showgirl named Michele ... .If
you want to set your watch to
"Of icial Airport Time" as dis j
played in the LaGuardia Airport
onee anop, make a note that
when the hands of the dock on
one wall point to 3:02. the clock
on anotner wa'l says it's 3 06. . I
More fireworks are scheduled in
the divorce case o' South African
z.illionaire lva Schlesinger. Mrs
Schlesinger is euphemistically
described as "disappointed" with
the loot she was awarded, and her
next try for the jackpot is re reportedly
portedly reportedly super-charged.
CRITICIZE AMERICAN JEANS j
BUDAPEST (UPI) Too many
young men in Communist Hun Hungary
gary Hungary are wearing American style!
blue jeans, the newspaper Hetfoe
Hirek complained, yesterday. The
paper printed a picture of -,ev-;
eral youths in jeans and asked-j
"How much are they being paid
for having the courage to walk
alone the s reet with such trou-'
sers?"
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West's double was for the birds
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his hand was far far too weak to
ask partner to bid.
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ner partner held enough stuff to guard
against a bad se., but West was
punished another way for his bad
bid.
West opened the king of hearts
and shifted to a small heart when
Last signaled with the seven
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last heart. South trumped, enter
ed dummy with the ace of clubs
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out double without anything much
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The Singletons' group planned
an all-day outing to l'aboga Sat

urday. A special launch
was chartered and the group
left Pier 18 at 8:30 am. The day
looked kinda gloomy at first but
almost as soon as we arrived the
sun came out and it stayel out
until we climbed aboard the
launch for the return trip at four
p.m.
All were a little concerned when
everyone showed up for the re re-burning
burning re-burning launch but Fred Sill. He
had been exploring! You don't
mind my telling on you, do you
Fred?
The day was spent sunning on
the beach, hiking to the cross,
looking for pretty and interesting
shells, skin driving, and taking
pictures. Almost everyone brought
along a picnic lunch and ate it
under the bohio by La Restinga.
All in all it was a wonderful day
and everyone came home sun
burned but happy.
Those along on the trip were:
Madge Smith, Judy Lindsay,
Carol Newhard, Janet Vinton,
Kayleen Koepcke, Sylvia Johana
son, Bill Harly, Bernice Betz,
Scotty Turner, Mary Smith, Bcb
Coane, Janet S.ockham, Jim
Reece, Carolyn Corn, John SmUh
Chris Hearon, Judy Flenikken.
Dale Fairchild, Barbara Ford,
Reggie Gooden, Jean Ford, Dick
Gooden, Orin Sadler, Dave Yerk Yerk-e,
e, Yerk-e, Fred Sill, Jackie Gusten, Fath
er Webster, Jerry Moiso, Peter
Adams, and this columnist.
Now te discuss something
that should be of interest to the
entire community: the Balbea
Teen Club. They held a Feurt
of July dance Friday evening.
It began at 7 and ended around
12. The Teen Club certainly is
a wonderful place for the kids
te hang out in. Outside it has
a bright, modern paint job and
the inside is even mere bright
anl more modern with the do dominant
minant dominant colors being yellow, red
white, and gray.
As you enter, there is a small
office on the right which is the
manager s office. The manager is
Brian Cox. Directly across form
this, on the left, are a few chairs
and couches which form small
but comfortable lounge.
Passing through another door
way you will enter a larger room
with talbes and chairs set up.
This room is equipped with a
juke box and an electric game of
some sort. On the right is a very
nice soda fountain where can be
bought candy, gun, cokes, sodas,
ice cream and what have you
(The kids that work in the soda
fountain are Sandy Bishop, Dave
Jenkins, Dot Folse, and Billy
j Williams.
Passing the soda fountain and
i walking .hrough one more door-
way, one enters wha is called the
ballroom, only it is not by ans
means completed yet., .although it
is used and looks pretty good. The
ballroom is really huge and can
There are some 125 or more
There are som 125 or more
j members of the Balboa Teen Ciub
which is sponsored by ihe Pacific
Youth Association Inc. Right now
Victor Herr is away on vacation!
Iso the present liaison between the
I two organizations is G. A. O'Con 1
nell. The Teen Club is run solely
by the kids who have chosen their!
own officers and everything. The
officers are: president -Rocky Blevi
ins, vice president -Sharon Dev-
ore, secretary Pudgie Watson,
treasurer Mary Watson. Their
publicity agent is Sandy Dunning. I
However, Sandy didn't know
anything about my writing this or
anvthing. This is definietly nor. a
publicity plug but just to let yon
folks know what what a really
e$nice place the kids do have.
To be eligible for membership!
in the Teen Club you have to be j
in e her Balboa or Cristobal High I
School or in the Canal Zone Junior!
College and not over 19 years of
age.
Now that you Vnow how to oei
eligible, this is what youdo if ymi
are eligible and desire membf r J
ship in the club. You contact the,
manager Brian Cox, or the Secre-j
lafy Pudgie Watson, and fill mu
an apolication form for member-j
ship. From there we can't pro-1
mi.se except that dues are $3 per,
year.
Saturday evening, July 5, was.
"a Lucho night" at the Fort
Amador Officers' Open Mess.
There was wonderful dancing mu-1

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JET AIRLINER AT LATIN AMERICAN GATEWAY Wilbur L.
Morrison (right, executive viee president of Pan American's
Latin American Division, hears from Pilot A. M. (Tex) Johnston
the easy performance of the great Boeing jet airliner which
flew 1,300 miles from Boston la Miami, gateway to Latin Amer America,
ica, America, In 2 hours 48 minutes at a speed of 525 miles an hour. The
plane is one of 48 jet airliner which will be delivered to Pan
American at a cost of S30U,000,000. A flight to Mexico City w
- v scheduled following the Miami visit. Advi

sic from 8 to 12 .with many adults
I and a sprinkling of college kids

out having a real good time.
The college kids seen out there
were: Louise Tate, Fred Raybur-
ne, Beth Little, Doug Schmidt,
quaint jnvA&M, LUA utimii,
Joan Degenaar, Bill Dok.n,
Carolyn Corn, Mike Kocher, Mar Martha
tha Martha Miller, John Smith, Fred Sill,
Barbara Ford, Reggie Gooden,
Jean Ford, Dick Gooden, Jerry
Moiso, and this columnist.
Wt have an announcement t
make about Jim Watton which
we think is a marvelous feat.
Jim is quite the golfer, and the
other da-y while playing at Port
Clayton GolF Course ho made
an Eagle on a oar 4 hotel The
hole was No. S and Jim was
.about 150 yards away from the
green. He took a No. 7 iron
and chipped it right into the
cupl Good going Jim!
j Friday evening at. the Americ
an oociety rourtn of July ball,
held at the Union Club in Panama Panama-ma,
ma, Panama-ma, Pat Hatler, Miguelda Arbaiza
Luorse Tate, and Rosalene Briee Briee-no
no Briee-no pinned special ensignia pins
on the coat lapels of the men as
they ente.ed and Brack Hazier,
Jr., Richard Koster, Tom Ford,
and John McGee handed orsage
to the ladies as they entered.
Later in the evening the four girls
helped draw the door prize tick tickets.
ets. tickets. A former classmate of many of
us. Be sy Jean Allen, is now mar
ried to David William Beeman.
They were married on June 27 in
San Dimas, Cal. David is station station-ed
ed station-ed at the Marine Corps Air Sta Station
tion Station in Cherry Point, N.C. so
Betsy and David will live in
Cherry Point.
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Of course you can write goal
letters. It's easy to write an in in-teresting,
teresting, in-teresting, entertaining letter if
you'll just remember a few com.
mon-sensepointers
One: Think of yourself as talk,
ing to a person instead of writ,
ing. Then your words will flow
easily and you'll write as infor informal
mal informal as you talk.
Two: Talk about yourself of
course, but also about the other
person. This will be much easier
if you reread the last letter from
the person you are writing to
before beginning your own.
Three: Keep dreary, sad or
disheartening news to a mini,
mum. The easiest way to avoid
writing a depressing letter is tn
write on davs when you feel chip chipper
per chipper and in a happy frame of
mind.
Four: Answer letters as promptly
as you can, It is asier and more
fun to answer a letter you receiv received
ed received today than one you received
a month ago.
Five: If you are writing to
someone who is far awav frnm
home and will be for some time
to come, talk about the small,
familiar things that will help to
bring back happy memories.
Six: Put in the harmless bits
of gossip you know. After all,
those are the things you would
tell your correspondent if you
cou'd sit down to a good, long
tete-a-tete.
Seven: If you have heard some something
thing something nice about the person you
are writing to, be sure to pass
the word along. A letter with a
compliment enclosed is sure to be
a welcome letter.
Eight: Never, never chide your
correspondent about neglecting
you. If he owes you a letter he'll
know it so why go out of your
way to make him feel guilty?
Beauty Tips
Many women whose featurei
aren't considered beautiful de.
velop an atmosphere that makes
them attractive. This comes from
a sense of poise and serenity and
is a result of meeting situations
they come. Note women
around you who bite their naila
and twist their hair in unneces.
sary anxiety. These actions break
down the overall picture of good
grooming.



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Summer brings with it warm and humid weather and what
such weather does to the hair, every girl knows. There's just
one sure way to beat the heat: a short hairdo that's easy to
manage. Your hairdresser can eat your hair so that it eurls
in soft petals over your head. But it takes an expert to
do- ft well so go to an expert We show here (left) a abort
hairdo for daytime, cut to a brief two-and-a-half inches

every summer short hair styles
are as inecitable as grass and
green trees. Comfort, and a fight fighting
ing fighting chance to be wellrgrommed in
spite of the humidity, demand
that tresses be short and easily
manageable.
This season, though, fashion,
as well as the heat, is an added
incentive. The chemise dress, with
its shortened hemline, and the
new raised waistline have made,
a short look to the hair practic practically
ally practically a necessity. Long, hanging
hair worn with the new styles
gives a woman the look of a top top-heavy
heavy top-heavy mushroom.
As a result of the new fashions,
it is predicted that women from

7ie Ma&te Pamt

BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE I
' I
At the dinner .table tl)e Johnson!
boys' jealousy of each other can'
be seen in clear operation
Their mother starts serving a
chocolate layer cake. At once Ted
and his younger brother withdraw
alt interest ir? Syftat's goiilg.on" a.
round them to .center it oh the
,cake cutting. They wait intently
while their mother passes slices to
their father and little sister.
Then their interest begins to'
tighten., When Ted get? his piece,
he accepts it automatically, his
attention on the slice his mother
trated that He doesn't actually
is cutting for Bobby so concen.
ta?te the mouthiul of cake he's
forked into his mouth. His eyes
and Bobby's portion measuring it,
checking it, comparing its size and
depth of icing with the size and
depth of Ted's slice.
If one portkm has the slightest
disadvantage compared with the
other one, its owner bursts into
complaint, ''You've given him
more chocolate than I've got
This is the secret of jealousy's
cruelty the completeness of its
victim's interest in the other fel.
low's advantage to the total exclu-

Reputed US Mafia Overlord
Held For Operating Drug Ring

NEW YORK (UPD Vito Geno.jment with operating a multi.mil multi.mil-vese,
vese, multi.mil-vese, reputed American overlord lion dollar narcotics ring that

of tne ittatia, was arraignea in,
Federal Court Tuesday on charges
of masterminding a 37-man ring
that smuggled narcotics into the
United States from Europe. .
The thin-lipped, 61 year aid
Genovese, who took the Fifth
Amendment 150 times when ques.
tioned last week by the -Senate
Rackets Committee, was arrested
Monday night at his home in At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Highlands, N. J.
Senate investigators charged
that Genovese had amassed a
fortune of 30 million dollars in a
criminal' career that has included
arrests for everything from car carrying
rying carrying a gun to murder. Genovese
has described hiraselt as a "Sim "Simple
ple "Simple mitt" who earns take home
Eay of $107.50 a week. He dated
is '1952 income tax as $6,800.
Also arrested; in the kick off
drive by th,e lederal government
against the nation s wp moDsiers
were;
-4$&e$itl (the chin) Gigante,
31, described as Genovese's, "pro "protege"
tege" "protege" and a "rising star" in the
secret Sicilian society. He was
acquitted recently Oi being the
waualtng gunman who grazed
gambler Frank Coscelio's head
witn a bullet in an amoush in the
lobby of Costello's apartment
bui.uing on May 2, 1957.
Carmine Gaiame, woo was 3
suspect in thus 1943 murder of
crusading New York editor Carlo
Tresca. Galante recently was ac.
(used in a legislative hearing with
attempting to bribe two New York
state troopers wiio arrested him
oh a traffic charge.
6-iu UiPUai., of Lido Beach,
N. Y., described as a top man in
n;iiV0vlcs tra nc. Ormento and
Genovese were delegates to the
congress of Vrime last December
at ApalacHin, N. Y.
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coast to coast will soqn be wear wearing
ing wearing their hair cropped to a brief
three inches, or even less, over
the entire head. Professional cut cutting,
ting, cutting, preferably razor tapering, is
recommended. So hasten to your
hairdresser, gals. There no point
in looking like last summer's ros roses.
es. roses. There's attractive variety in the
new short cuts. You can have
sleek, simply waved cap coifs
and a number of curly, tumbled
and tossed styles.
Two that will undoubtedly be
favorites are the ripple cut and
the tumbleset. In the ripple cut,
the hair is horn to a two and
one-half inch length all over,
sion of interest in any advantage
he's got himself.
Parents who have worked
through jealousy themselves know
this.
So they know that treatment of
a jealous child is a persistent ef effort
fort effort to break his total absorption
;in ,his" broth'ets advantage by
leading him to enjoy the taste of
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lilt ugnc lie a gui lit 111a iiiuiiLii.
Mrs. Johnson gets nowhere with
her boys' jealousy because she
doesn't see this. Her response to
the complaint, He s go more
chocolate than I have!" is to
spoon more chocolate on the com.
plainer's plate so that he can i i-magine
magine i-magine he's got his brother's por portion.
tion. portion. But in the world of reality, none
of us is given our brother's ex experience.
perience. experience. The Bible's Cain was a jealous
child. When he demanded Abel's
portion of approval, God asked
him, "If thou doest well, s h a 1 1
thou not be accepted?
But Cain couldn't see that he'd
done well, so obsessed was he
with Abel's advantage. As nobody
loved him enough to open his
eyes to his own accomplishment,
he destroyed his brother and, in
so doing, himself.
brought narcotics into this coun
try from Europe through Cuba
Puerto Rico and Mexico.
U. S. Attorney Paul W. Wil.
hams said that the Italian born
Genovese was the hub around
which, the entire ring operated. He
said Genovese was known to ring
members as "the right man," a
mark of distinction.
Federal Judge William Her.
lands set bail for Genovese and
Gigante at $50,000 and $35,000, re
spectively.
The details of the indictments
showed that the ring operated on
a nationwide scale. It listed meet meetings
ings meetings that took place in New York
City, Las Vegas, Chicago, Miami,
Cleveland and Philadelphia. The
distribution points included the
Harlem-Puerto Rien district in
New Ypf k
Williams said that of the 37
named in the indictment, 23 have
been arrested, 8 are already in
federal prisons serving narcotics
terms, and 6 are at large.
Genovese lives in a $15,000 five
room homie in New Jersey. Until
he was sued or senarate main.
tenance by his wife in 1952, Gen Genovese
ovese Genovese had lived in a $55,000 home
furnished with marble staircases
imported carpeting and solid gold
dinner plates.
Genovese was admitted to the
U. S. in 1913. tie c ...
ship in 1952 on A charge of fraud
and has lived since as an alien
With permanent residence in the
U. S. Although his arrests have
been numerous, Genovese has
served only two short jail terms,
for carrying guns in 1917 and 192V.
He fed to Italy hy 1935 to escape
a murder in iclmcnt. He became

so friendly with fascist dictator A prmst accompanied the cou cou-Benito
Benito cou-Benito Mussolini that he was' dec nle on their jump to the altar,
orated as "Corr-mcndatore of the He was, ex paratroop Chaplain
Italian Empire." Lino Basso who 'eased before the

all over the head. Curls are well-controlled and neat For
evening, the short hairdo takes on glamour (center) with I
big open curls cut into wisps to frame the face. For the ac- I f
tive summer life (right) outdoors, the hair Is brushed upward
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there are soft bangs. The hair
the wanted full, curly look..
then curled in a rippling move movement,
ment, movement, upward from the back of
the neck to the forehead.
The tumbleset is a more so sophisticated
phisticated sophisticated style, with a lovely
arrangement of brushed curlr,
soft and tousled, that fall for forward
ward forward onto the temples and
cheeks.
The new short hair styles are
versatile, too, according to the
stylissts of Coiffures Amerioan.
They say you can have so many
cunerent iooks trom. just one
basic short haircut that you'll be
all set for sport or casual day
time wear, or an elegant, formal
evening.
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payment
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27 Whiskey and 21 Bedact
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32 Closed
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Italian Couple Take Fatal Plunge
From Sky Into Wedded Bliss

TURIN, Italy, (UPD Bianca
Cappone, 18, and Alberto de
Cristofaro. 36. parachuted into
marriage yesterday.. The bride
wore jump boots and white silk
overalls.
De Cristofaro, a former para paratrooper,
trooper, paratrooper, kissed his bride as she
hesitated at the open door of a
light plane 1,300 feet above Turin
airport. Then he yelled, "Jump,"
and iBianca jumped.
De Crfotofaro 'leaped from the
plane two minutes later, tugged
his chuted cords to land within
100 yards of kis bride and whisk whisked
ed whisked her off to a church wedding
in the nearby Roman Catholic
parish church.
The couple had planned to be
married at the airport but church
authorities vetoed the idea. In Instead
stead Instead they returned tot he field
from the churw wedding for a
special open air mass.
The ma'rimonial plunge was
staged against a brilliant blue sky
1 for more than 3.000 snectators.
Three Italian Sir force F84 jet
fighters (made low-level passes
over tne amieidi . ...
Ushers were a score, of para parachutists
chutists parachutists filling the sky with their
white canopies. Ope trio of jum jum-ers
ers jum-ers substituted skyboroe trials of
red, white and green smoke for
traditional flora arrangements.
TWee Pl'ers soared above :h
nuntiai landing site.

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Nothing can more easily turn
a pleasantly anticipated summer
vacation into a nightmare than
the inability to cope with long
hair after a swimming or tennis
session. You're driven to the
verge of tears as you view long,
damp locks in the mirror and
wonder how you can possibly de devise
vise devise a passable hairdo for the
evening.
Why not avoid the problem?
There's a short hair style to suit
every gal's face and figure. So
get into the spirit of the new
fashion look and, at the same
time, be comfortable and cool
during the dog days of summer.
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couple and was on the ground to
i greet them when they landed.
"It was the most dramatic mo
ment of my life," the groom said.
"I coull not see how Bianca was
landing and the crowd engulfed
her, preventing me from seeing
what happened."
Only a large grass stain on the
seat of Bianca's white satin over overalls
alls overalls marred her wedding ensem ensemble,
ble, ensemble, which included a white crash
helmet and sturdy white leather
boots.
"It was my first jump," the
pale-faced but smiling bride said
after her landing. "YoU can un understand
derstand understand I felt a little nervous.
But now I have shown Alberto
that I am a worthy wife for a
great parachutist."
&
can
Lounging in a bath of cold
water during warm days won't
give the relief most people ex.
peel it to. More lasting relief
comes with a warm bath. Warm
water draws heat from the body
because it dilates blood vessels.
In this way the heat reaches the
surface and escapes through the
skin.
The way a woman washes and
creams her face is important to
the muscle tone. Always wash in
an upward motion. A downward
motion tends to break down the
tissues and open the way to early
relaxing of the facial muscles.

Jsmes Brooks To Study

At Dwonaano University
Mr. and Mrs. James Brooks and
their family of Margarita are leav leaving
ing leaving this month for a vacation to
De spent in Miami and Syracuse,
New York. Their sen, James, will
spend the summer with his par parents
ents parents and will then go to Pittsburgh
to enter Duquesne University.
A graduate of Cristobal High
School with this year's Class,
James has been awarded the Ul.
rich Foundation Scholarship, a
four-year scholarship in music.
MEETINGS WED i
D.Mol.y Mother'. Circlo To
Moot t Different Hour
The DeMolay Mother's Circle
will meet on Saturday at 1:00 p.m.
at the Scottish Rite Temple, Bal-
ooa. Members are asked to note
change in time from morning to
afternoon. Mrs. Roy Reece will
preside at the meeting.
Stylist Says Sack
Caught On Too
Fast To Last
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. -(UP)
The chemise won't last long be because
cause because it caught on 'too fast," says
a designer of unique dresses.
"Women used to dress to please
their men. Now thev dress oniv tn
please themselves. They've stop-
npfl Irvtlririf liko rri1 e VI
Jeannette Pave. She designs "fies
ta dresses, or squaw-style fash
ions adapted from Indian wear.
"The chemise has caueht on fnn
fast to last," she said. "If a stvle
is different, some women will
buy it for that reason. Of course.
the chemise can be lovely, but it
iaes a penect ngure to wear
it. But then, the figure can't be
seen," she added.
Hie Polish-born artist designer
46, closed down what was left
of her Warsaw dress deisgn firm
during World War II. She arrived
in this country in 1944. Seven years
ago, she began to adapt the an ancient
cient ancient Indian style squaw dresses
of velvet to lightweight, fabrics
the business began as a hobby.
Then her friends ordered the
dresses. Now she sells the outfits in
48 states, Canada and Europe.
"My big moment came last sum summer,"
mer," summer," said this defender of the
well-outlined shape. "People on the
Italian and French coasts raved
about these American "imports'
made by a European export.
"And they liked them because
they didn't look copies," she add added.
ed. added. "I had to explain they are like
a cocktail. .a little of this and
that. The spirit is Indian, the de
sign American-Polish, with Swiss
braid and American fabrics.
For the hobbled citizenry still
skirting the shimmy, the fiesta
dress nips a lady at the waist
clings to the bodice and blossoms
out at the hem. Skirts have up to
18 yards ot material and are worn
over as many as half a dozen petti petticoats.
coats. petticoats. Materials range from corduroy
for winter to blecked muslin for
summer. The Swiss-made braid.
designed by Mrs. Pave, is copied
by ricrac factories and then sewed
on the dress. She has used miles of
braid on special designs.
The designer warned that the
fiesta dress is like any other style
"Note veryone can wear it well
More women would be better
dressed if they looked at them
selves in a mirrow, instead of fol
lowing fashion magazine pages
alone," she said.
Pacific Youth Assn.
Will Give Party
On Friday, July 18, at 7 p.m.
the Pacific Youth Association,
Inc., will hold an appreciation in
the Maintenance Division Build,
ing No. 10, Industrial Area, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. An invitation is hereby extend,
ed to all the adults who contri.
buted to the success of the Pacific
Teen Club.
Ladies1 Club Car
NEW YORK (UPI) The Hud Hudson
son Hudson and Manhattan Railroad said
it will add a club car reserved
for women to all its trains run running
ning running from Newark, N.J., to New
York during the morning rush
hour, "when ladies may prefer a
respite from the pleasure of
male companionship.
The first club car, scented with
perfume, will go into service
Tomorrow, the line's 50th anniver
sary. Coffee and candy will be
served.
VW, r mKr rnipiinn
If you don't want to answer a
personal question, don t. The per
son who doesn't have any belter
manners than to go around ask.
ing personal questions needn't be
treated too gently.
Just brush aside the ques.:on
with a joke or a vague answer,

Morning Guild
The Morning Guild of the Cathe.
dral of St. Luke will meet at 9:30
a.m. on Friday, at the home of
Mrs. R. Heber Gooden.

New Law Hailed
By Auto Industry
DETROIT (UPI) A new law
requiring factory-suggested price
labeling of new cars might in increase
crease increase sales by boosting buyer
confidence, industry representa representatives
tives representatives said yesterday.
Spokesmen for the auto indus industry's
try's industry's "big three" were unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously in favor of the bill signed into
law Monday by President Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower. They said their companies
had favored the bill even before
it became law.
The law was aimed at auto
Drice "oackine" hiking the man
ufacturer's suggest list price to
mislead the purchaser into De De-lieving
lieving De-lieving he received an exception exceptionally
ally exceptionally large discount or used car
trade-in allowance.
The law, sponsored by Sen.
Mike Monroney (D-Okla.) after a
studv of auto pricing practices,
wmild reauire auto makers to
show make, model and serial
number, the final assembly point
delivery data to the dealer and
rh fnrm of transportation, includ
ing whether the cars had been
towecu
The nrice of each accessory
would have to be included along
with the charges to he dealer tor
transportation.
Little League
Girls 4, Boys 2
Six babies were born at Gorgas
Hospital during the week ending
at midnight last Wednesday, ac according
cording according to the regular hospital
report. During the same period,
59 patients were admitted and 60
were discharged.
The names and the addresses ot
the parents of the babies follow.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gregory
of Gulick Heights, son; Mr. and
Mrs. Urah Gardner, of Colon,
daughter: Mr. and Mrs. Alfosso
Knight, of Colon, daughter; Sgt.
and Mrs. John Armstrong, oi rori
Davis, daughter; Mrs. and Mrs.
Andres Romero, of Cativa, son;
and Sgt. and Mrs. Lewis Williams,
of Coco Solito, daughter.
Sleeping Girl
Foils Burglar
MOBILE. Ala. (UPI)-The 14
year-old daughter ftMrs. Lucille
Rathel stays alert, even while
sleeping.
An Intruder noked the handle
of a hoe through the jammed
window of her bedroom, appar
ently trying to open it. The g
jerked the hoe away from him,
but didn t wake up.
The man then stuck a coa. coa.-hanger
hanger coa.-hanger through the opening. She
jerked thata way.
He stuck another coat hanger
in. She yanked that from his
grasp, too, still asleep.
This persistance fainally roused
the girl, though, and she yelled.
The would-be burgler leaped from
the child's wagon on which he
had been standrng and ran to an
.thai winrlnur
When the intruder climbed onto
a tricylce and peered in, he met
the gaze of the entire Katnei lam lam-ily.
ily. lam-ily. He ran.
Manna Institute
To Present Third
Mid-Year Program
The Manna Bible Institute is
preparing to to present another.
mid-year program.
This will be the program of its
kind. The faculty and students are
working hard to make this year's
program differest from previous
ones.
The school under the direction
of deacon C. C. Clarke,
The program will be held at the
Christmas Mission Church of Gua Gua-chapali,
chapali, Gua-chapali, on July 18 at 7:30 p.m.
Mrs. Vaughn Dies;
Funeral Today
Funeral services were to be
held today for Mrs. Darcus
Vaughn, a Colon resident who died
Sunday at Coco Solo Hospital after
an iMness of several days.
Mrs. Vaughn is survived by her
husband, Owen, an employe o f
the Locks Division at Gatun; her
daughters, Silvia and Eleanora,
and her stepfather, Egbert J.
Powell, in addition to several neic.
es and nephews.
JJouAeioid JJinti
When making draw draperies
allow enough material to double
the width of the window.
If you have no nuis on hand
when making a salad or Hesti-t
that calls for nuts, use tiny balls
of peanut butter.
Finely chopped olives make a
colorful garnish on hot or cold
soups. Chopped pimiento-stuffed
olives are also good in hot rolls.
Stir 3-4 cup chopped olives in o 1
package hot roll mix and prepare
according to package directions.
To be sure of the best in frviri"

chicken, look for the government I
inspection and gradinc label.'

nn K'anint i.uiri
id to the bird or
e nackaae. Top qual-
r the tag: "U. S. In-
assed, Grade A."
either fastened to the bird or
prin ed on the
ily fryers bea
pected and Passed

LONDON (UPD-Advances in
cancer research in the United
States provide hope that one pa.
tient in two will be saved from
death by cancer instead of one
in three, as at present, a gath.
ern of experts was toll yesterday.
Dr. John R- Heller, director of
the national cancer institute
Bethesda, Md., said in a report
to the Seventh International Can Cancer
cer Cancer Congress that the one-in-three
rate means 150,000 lives saved an annually.
nually. annually. "But with present knowledge

and resources we should be able
to save one in two, or an addi.
tional 75,000 a year," Heller sid.
Even the prevention m cancer
is not beyond hope of achieve.
ment, he added.
Heller made clear, however,
that cancer mortality rates will
remain staggering until the dis.
ease yields its secrets.
If present incidence and mortal mortality
ity mortality rates continued, he said, "We
may anticipate that 40 million
persons now living will develop
cancer aurwg tneir lifetime and
that 26,000,000 of them will die
of it."
Two thousands cancer experts
irom od nations were attending
the week-lone coneress. The Unit.
ed States and Britain, where the
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smokers is 58 per cent
than among non-smokers.
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cer causation."
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BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI) -Gnarled
old Casey Stengel ignored
the catcalls of the crowd yester yesterday
day yesterday as he called his own Gil Mc McDougald
Dougald McDougald off the bench, for the hit
which gave the American League
a 4.3 victory over the National in

the silver anniversary all star
Eame.
Booed by the 48,829 partisan
Baltimore fans when he pinch hit
for one of their heroes and criti
rized for naming seven of his
Yankees for the all-star squad,
Stengel had the last laugh as Mc McDougald
Dougald McDougald looped a sixth-inning sin single
gle single to center which sent Boston's
Frank Malzone scampering home
with the winning run.
Early Wynn of the Chicago
White Sox, the hard throwing
husky who set the National
League down in order in the
sixth just before his mates
bombed Pittsburgh's Bob Friend
was the winner.
But there was some solace for

Baltimore, holding the all star: the chunky Campy, who played
contest for the first time, ashn seven National League all.star

Billy (Digger) O'Dell, 25.year.old

Orioles flame.thrower, came on to
set the National League down in
order over the last three innings
of this hot and humid day.
There were times, with a couple
of million dollars' worth of base base-hall
hall base-hall talent on the field, when they
- pUyed like semi.pros instead of
alstars. Each team contributea
two errors; neither of the two
starters Yankee Bob Turley or
f Milwaukee's Warren Spahn could
' put out the fire; for the first time
! in 25 years, there wasn't a single

Sextra-base hit, and an unearned
rup won the ball game.
Nixon Attends
Vice President Richard Nixon,
sitting in his short-sleeves just
like any bleacherite, saw Casey
making his winning decision in
the sixth inning after Malzone
opened with a single to left.
The boos boomed down around
Stengel's sail-tike ears as he sent
his own Yogi Berra one of the
seven Yankees Stengel named to
the team after the starters were
picked by the vote of the man managers,
agers, managers, coaches and players up to
bat for hometown catcher Gus
Triandos. Then Casey was cheered
witbjaistjr on,.M, Yotti.'-iest
was pop up tothird.
'Stengel called on Ted Williams
another of his own choices and
the splendid splinter, pinch-hitting
for Luis Aparicio, smashed one
down to third which the Pirates
Frank Thomas fumbled. Malzone
sped into second and Williams
was safe at first as Thomas
joined with Friend in giving the

Pirates a dark day to remember.
1 The boos rose again as Stengel
next called McDougald. long
known as the unsung hero of a
Yankee team which is making a
mockery of the American League
pennant race, off the bench to hit
lor Wynn.
Malzone Scores
McDougald lashed into one of
Friend's pitches and looped it into
center. It was the hit which drove

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home Malzone with the run which
increased the American League
lead to 15 wins against 10 losses
and gave Stengel his third all-star
victory against five defeats.
Friend left the premises the
loser after giving up lour hits
and two runs in 2 1-3 innings.
Larry Jackson of the Cardinals

came on to get Ne'lie Fjx of the
White Sox to hit into a double
play. But McDougald and Sten.
gel had done irreparable dam damage.
age. damage. The scrappy O'Dell took it from
there, taming the National Leagu.
ers in order the last three in.
nings as Casey's man McDoug McDougald
ald McDougald threw out three of the nine
men at first base.
The National had hoped to "win I
mis one lor Campy."
Just before the
Fred Haney received a good luck
telegram from Dodger catcher
Roy Campanella, who has been
paralyzed in a hospital since an
auiomoDiie accident last winter
games ana caugnt tour in a row
without relief, pleaded:
"Win this one for me."
Nationals Started Well
They had a good start, jumping
into a two.run lead in the first
inning as Willie Mays hopped on
Turley's first pitch and sent it
bouncing off third base for a sin single.
gle. single. Bob Skinner of the Pirates
flied out but then Stan Musial det
livered a record 17th all-star hit,
a single to right, which sent Mays
to third. Mays tagged up and
scored the opening run as Hank
Aaron of the Braves sent a long
fly to deep left-center. Turley hit
the Cubs' Ernie Banks with a
pitch, moving Musial to second
and Thomas then walked to load
the bases.
Stengel went out to talk to Tur Turley
ley Turley and decided to stav with him.
At this point, Bullet Bob hurled
a wild pitch, on which Musial
scored to give the Nationals a
2-0 lead. Turley got Pittsburgh's
Bill Mazeroski to end the inning,
oft-injured Bob Cerv of Kansas
City making a slipping, falling
eaten to ban mm out.
The American Leaguers bounced
right back with one run in their
half of the first as Fox was safe
at tirst woen Banks' JtaU throw
pulled Musial off the bag. Mickey
Mantle then singled to center ar'd
Fox went all the way to third,
scoring as Jackie Jensen hit into
a double play.
The National League tallied its
third run for a 3.1 lead in the
second when, with one out, Spahn
walked and was forced at second
by Mays. Then wondrous Willie's
baserunning set up the run as he
stole second and, when Triandos
threw into center field, roared on
to third.
Skinner Singlet
He came on home as Skinner
singled through short. That was
all for Turley, who had given up
three hits and three runs in 1 2-3
innings.
Three hits got one run back for
the American Leaguers in the bot bottom
tom bottom of ( the second. With one
away, Triandos singled to center
but was forced by Aparicio. Luis
took second on Ray Narleski's sin.
gle to center and scored on Fox's
single to left.
The American Leaguers tied It
up in the fifth off Friend, who
succeeded Spahn after the Mil Milwaukee
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Sports Briefs
SIGN AGREEMENT
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (UPI)
The New York Rangers and the
Springfield Indians hockey clubs
Monday signed a one-year work-
ins agreement. It will allow the
National Hockey League Rangers
to assign players and a coach to
Springfield, an American Hockey
League team.
TENNIS TOURNEY OPENS
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The opening round of play in the
Western Amateur tennis tourna tournament
ment tournament was slated to get under
way today after a postponement
forked by rain. Bernard Bartzen,
Houston, Tex., is seeded No. 1 in
the tourney which will end Sun.
dav.
three innings by giving up five
hits and two runs.
Cleveland's Mickey Vernpn,
pinch, hit ting for Narleski, opened
with a single to right. Fox de.
livered his second hit, a single to
right, and Mantle walked to fill
the bases with none out. Jensen
hit a dribbler that just eluded
Friend's desperate stab and, al.
though Jensen was out at first,
Vernon scored while Fox went to
third and Mantle to second. Cerv
was walked intentionally to fill the
bases and the strategy paid off as
Skowrbn rapped into a double
play.
But the American Leaguers had
tied it up and the stage was set
for Stengel's winning maneuvers
with his own men in that decisive
sixth.
KING FEISAL TO VISIT
BONN (UPI) King Feisal of
Iraq will arrive here Sept. 15 for
a state visit, it was announced
today. The senior monarch of
the Arab federation of Iraq and
Jordan will be the first head of
any Arab country to visit West
Germany.
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Big League All -Star Meeting
May Alter Map Of baseball

By FRED DOWN
BALTIMORE (UPI) Major
league clubowners turned base,
ball's annual Ail-Star "outing"
into a big business meeting that
ultimately may alter the map of
the game.
The big topic on their lips in involve
volve involve Monday's momentous meet meetings
ings meetings which made it plain that ex expansion
pansion expansion siill is the club owners'

SAILFISH PRIZE WINNER Sgt. Jack Hawklnson (right),
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manager of the Panama Insurance Company which annually
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son's Hawkin-son's sailfish weighed 177 lbs.

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Almost swuiltaneously, the
American League called on Cal
vin Griffith of the Washington
Senators to present a concrete
proposal to transfer his franchise
from the nation's capital and the
National League went formally
on record that it wants to return
to New York City.
The American League's action
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means the Senators almost cer certainly
tainly certainly will eventually leave Wash.'
ingtbn while, the National
League's eamsn some team al al-moist
moist al-moist certainly will give New York
Citi a franchise to replace the de
parted Dodgers and Giants.
Almost Certain
The American League officially
announced that "the Washington
ctyb did not request permission
toi transfer its franchise" but
United Press International
learned Griffith's request was re.
jected only .because it was not
concrete enough. If Griffith can

produce a concrete proposal at
a more propitious moment it is
a'most certain it would be ap
proved.
Th National Leaeue. mean
wnne, accepted New York City's
offer of a $12,000,000 stadium seat seating
ing seating 52,000 fans with the official
warning mat notning is immi.
neni ana expansion is sonie-
wnere in the unseeable future."
"As a result of our talk with
Mayor Robert Wagner and 9VVilr
liam Shea (chairman of the may mayor's
or's mayor's advisory committee), we drew
conclusions that if by some proc
ess transfer or expansion
we desire to locate a franchise in
New York, the mayor's commit,
tee and the city are willing and
able to provide modern baseba'l
facilities under an outlined ar arrangement
rangement arrangement which we consider
very fair," said N.L. president
Warren Giles in a formal state
irient.
Four Cities In Lint
transferring their franchise to one
of tour cities Minneapolis, To.
ronto, Houston or Dallas.
Minneapolis; which has been
seeking a major league franchise
for years, was not officially rep.
reseniea ai tne American League
meeting, out let it be known to
the Cub owners that if it had a
choice, it would rather have
Cleveland than Washington.
" General Manager Frank Lane
of Cleveland officially denied the
Indians' owners were interested
in moving, but It was known some
of the Cleveland owners have
been considering' moving.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE

W L Pet. GB
40 33 .548
Milwaukee
San Francisco
St. Louis
Philadelphia
Chicago
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
Los Angeles
41 36 .532
37 35 .514
I
2Vs
36 35 .507
39 39 .500
36 37 .493
36 41 .468
33 42 .440
3
TODAY'S GAMES
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee at Los Angeles
Only game scheduled.
(N)
HARTACK BOOTS TRIPLE
OCEANPORT, N: J. (UPI) -Champion
jockey Willie Hartack
booted home three winners Mon.
day, including Alstar in the feat,
ured $6,000 allowance race, at
Monmouth Park.

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

Oscar Grimaldo this week an
nounced that the Grimaldo im
porting firm expects two classy
Irish throughbreos, Alastair and
Ambleforth, late this month. The
racers will be placed on sale.
0O0
Jose Ulloa, a lightweight Chile
an jockey, has been contracted by
the local track for a three-month
period. Two other Chilean saddle
stars are expected to make the
trip on their own tc compete here
also.
0O0-- j
Jose (Tito) Sitton has done it
again. This week he fired form former
er former jockey Vicente Ortega as
trainer of his five-horse stable
and took over the handling of
the horses himself. Sitton also
decided to change the name of
the stable from Stuo Boquete to
Stud 13.
OOo
Popular saddle ace Braulio Bae Bae-za
za Bae-za will return td the saddle this
weekend after being on the side sidelines
lines sidelines approrimately two months
with a broken col'trbone. Baeza
resumed galloping horses yester yesterday
day yesterday morning and had a close call
when Pan Tostado.was frightened
by a bird and suddenly shied,
whirled completely around and
tossed Baeza. Fortunately, he
landed in a sitting position.
oOo
The next classic race on the
calendar is the $2,500 added seven
furlong Republic of Peru Classic
wVlirh Uil a run stri Ounrlntr Tit
The following three-year-olds
were entered for the race: Bright
spur, r-ostm, Mouche, Vespucio,
Mulchen, Golden Rocket. Skoll.
Don Lucho, Alucinado and Carca-
man.
oOo
There will be no races on July
14, third anniversary of the in inauguration
auguration inauguration of the modern Presid
ent Remon racetrack. The Third
Anniversary Handicap, comemor
ating the opening of the new track
will be run on Sunday, July 13.
This weekend's main event will
be the $1,000 Elks Handicap which
will also be held on Sunday.
oOo
George Prescott tonped the list
of suspended riders over the past
inree-oay weekend. Prescott was
penalized for crowding Greco (C.
ituiz) and Cervecero (G. Grael V
with Paquiro on July 4. He was
the only jockey t0 be suspended.
uunzaiez got a ao one
for disobeyinfi assistant starter
A ... I .... .. f 1.1 J
Pedro Ortiz Orsini's orders while
riding Dona Flora on Friday.
Picararo was -set down four
meets for refusing at the start oil
Saturday's second race.
The paddock judge lined Milan
Thomas $5 for not using the prop proper
er proper colors on Ocala Miss in Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's eighth race.
Michaux was placed under

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New York
Kansas City
Boston
Detroit
40 25 .658
38 37 .567 11
38 37 .507 11
37 37 .507.11,
37 40 .481 1J
36 39 .480 lj
3540 .467 14
31 45 .408 18Vi
Cleveland
Chicago
Baltimore
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TODAY'S GAMES
Open date.
YESTERDAY'S RESULT
. Major League Ail-Star Game
at Baltimore
' '
Nationa's 210 000 000- 3 4 1
Americans no 011 OOx 4 9 I
Spaba. fiesnd (4), Jackson (6)1
z, : v vmuuau. niriev
Narleski (2). Wynn fV rvnir
(7), and Triandos, Berra (6), WihJ
ii ci ivy mi. jjoser r Tiena.
the care of the track's veterin veterinarian
arian veterinarian after he was found to be
cut on his left front hoof after
Saturday's tenth race.
Platano and Renata Were ent entered
ered entered to attend schooling at tha,
starting gate. 1
Radical was placed under thi
care of the vet because, he wal
found to be lame in the righi
shoulder.
Trainer Hernando Gonzalez go!
a $10 fine for sending Recife 1st
to the receiving barn for Sunday'!
tciuu race. vi
Alhajar and Rutllante boti
wound up lame following theil
respective races. They were plad
ed under the cafe of the track'i'
veterinarian.
MEET IN AUTO RACE j
LlSfeON, PbrWgaf fUTO'L.i
all out duel between Britain'
Stirling Moss and Prance's Jeaf
Behra could make the iOtH
Grand Prix of Portugal" one bj
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The event takes place July 13 if
Vila Real, a quiet mountain towrf
about 70 miles east of Oportoi
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Lead Alone

STANDINGS

Teams W L Pel J
Marlboro 5 1 .833!
Nacional 5 1 .833:
Ken: 4 2 Ml
Cerveza Balboa 4 2 .667
Perfection ...2 4 .333i
Panama 1 5 .167
Carta Vieja 0 6 .000
Tonight's gimts
Panama vt Ktnt
Marlboro vt Perfection
Monday's results
Nacional 81- Kent

FOOTBALL ALREADY These are not heavyweight fighters
doing road work. They are Tiny Don Gross, left, and Ray Smith,
Cleveland linemen, preparing in Dallas, Tex., for training
"iw the Droessional clubs open camps late this month.

JOE

by
WILLIAMS

C. Balboa 74 Panama 44 j
The second round of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Cage loop gets underway to-1
night with third place Kent try-1
ing to pick up some ground '-
gainst sixth place Panama Cigar J
rettes. Kent, a hard playing ag aggregation
gregation aggregation of sturdy veterans and I
,1,1 kai-n lit I

tie or no trouble copping this
contest, which will leave them in
undisputed posession of third

place. I
In the afterpiece il will be Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro against Perfection Stoves,
and again the results can be pre predicted
dicted predicted as an easy tr-umph for the;
ciarettemen. A Marlboro win
will move them out out half a
game ahead of Nacional with,

whom they are now deadlocked
for the league leadership.

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38' i 41 1 a Cucarachas
i 42 I Hot Rods
37 42' a Hi Flyers
37 i3 I Saburs
21 '2 38 j Four
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Monday night's contests

Staging an uphill battle all the

AROUND FIRST TURN The horses are closely bunched rounding the first turn in a mile
and a sixteenth claiming race for four-year-olds and up at Monmouth Park on the New Jersey
shore. They are, left to right, Sandy Ridge, God Child, Sun Lass, winner Tino B-tts.

Complete Subsidization Only
Hope For Minors, Says Butler

By OSCAR FRALEY

Even more shocking than the. bag' for Wallman's

..t..r. nf the alleged offense is commission, ot course

the disclosure by the DA's office, finals. j triumph of the Eletamen. High

that it ii possible to buy a ring( Whenever possioie me nxeis jpointer for the winners was Ardi.

impossible for the Texas League "I certainly don't know what is
to operate next year." going to happen." he said, "but

BALTIMORE, Md. (UPD The i He also asserts there must be I do know we can't operate one
minor leagues sat hungrily; a "general realignment" of the single year more under our cur.
on the side ines at the maior ; entire minor league setup next rent mode o operation."

way, a strong Nacional quintet ieague AH Star Game yesterday year. Grayle Howlett, owner of the
outlasted Kent to come off the wondering where their next dollarl Tulsa club of Butler's Texas
court with a 81 to 69 triumph. romine from and figuring! Urges New Triple. A League, suggested recently the

H Th 'Superb under-basket play by Ro- that 100 cents of it will have to1 major league clubs pay the
llger. man ftvc anri Prnf TTtlirnifl k Kin Immune Rnllr ovonlllallv wnillrl likp iO tnlaniK and PYllpnsrc nf nlavers

- --- ctllllC Hum me i"6"fl. jjniivi . u. .... .,,. ...... .. r

"Complete subsidization of the see a Southern Association, boost, they have farmed out with minor
minor leagues is the only way led to Triple-A classification in- league clubs.

the minors can survive, said j stead ol its current uoun c n "mats not enougn. miner

of the ranking, composed o Atlanta, says adamantly. "They have to

-V i man Reyes and

ssifcns ui- Luzcando aided 2reatlv in tn!

uyoaiuit i, , mu 1"W "' triiv-a " ...... rne 10111015 Call SU1 VI
r. .. .. ... mu. .... Uuve iint.hiny to chance. Ihev : ...:.u :4. i i.. .n.... . " ..

nltina, vole lor as in'ic r. : ----- nes wun cm uuiiils tiuseiy ioiiuw- iiielr Butler, presioeni

It's things like this mai give uic muu yie mc h'""- ed by Reyes with 18. Texas League. "And I mean com. Birmingham, incw Uricans and apy the whole minor league

Big Town a bad name.

cision w the bough. -and.paid for

s complicated. And defatigable Bob Christopher who, The situation is so desper
able Pnncipie tna swished the cords for 30 points,! the minors But'er admits

Fnr thp lnsprs. it wa the in-'nloto

" I. Tl' !,... nrnn1 n..faH And "1 . . 1 P'tit.

.arrenv loses iiiuvu i---

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tion when it comes to the reader u c e is iiu.iui mu.,6 playing the entire 40 minutes fori out equivocation that:
. i .L.ui.. ttiro it. is risk o duDhcilv or detection lS'L-n. u.i .u. .(u rii.. .u. t u i.

in provincial aiiauuy ovutv. -- Luuiai uivca vi mc umitii. ijiias unuer ine iiuifin seiuji, il la

impossiblt to indulge visions of minute

motion bv sinister forces in mur. I Two years, ago a Los Angeles sec(nd strin.ers' for the greater

Coley with 18 was second best.

Cerveza Balboa, playing their

Memphis of the present Southern freight and if they don't there

ate in Association; Houston, Dallas and isn't' g o i n g to be any mimr

possibly Fort worth ot the pre. league haschal

sent Texas League, and Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville of the Sally League.

with.

kv mysterious chambers, when a matchmaker was exposed as a part of the raatch nad little or no
seantv $400 spread over five manipulator of lights. The whis-: resistance from the weak Pana Pana-fiehts
fiehts Pana-fiehts is the indicated payoff. tie blowing was deafening as ma cigaret,e five .defeating them
.. r.r,nt thp indicated battered fistic derelicts proudly
Qe" I hv a tenfp nf 74 tn fifi Ton enrr

Oil. DCl. vj..v .;. j t:J hnlrl.J ".. j.-..

sLuueu wiiui.cu 4" "" tor the beermen was tdgardo

rouea ana airectea Dy me ueieuu

ring official, has indignantly de

nied accepting sucn

ant Aa. usual, there ..was a catch

in it. Thanks to the statue of limi limitations,
tations, limitations, nobody got hurt.
They Don't Come High

Returning to the more distress

(Pereza) White with 19 points,
while Sonell, Caballero, and Pow Powell
ell Powell with 11 points apiece stood out
for the losers.

GUN CLUB
NOTES
CRISTOBAL

piddling

sums from on Herman WaOlman
t vott for the latter's fighters.
If hii reputation is at stake, so

is that of the ciiy in wmcu m
lives. In the devious, as in all
-tu mot tore the giant metropo

lis traditionally scorns the tawdry j ing phase of the Mr. Grant's sit-,

nnrl the DPttV. uaiiuu, hid uc5"j ou.i.o,
and. tn j?euy. reminded that in sports this
For some fights Mr. Grant al.ifl tne rule rather than the ex-
legedly accepted $100 bribes: for ceplion

otners, oniy ou. as ln virtually every revealed in-
th low estate of the division ; la it took no more tnan pea.j rt Sutton's long shadow eclip

these days, it may he signiiicani nu(s a svmbolt. heritage of Ad-;sed all other Skeeters on the field; &

that one of Uie auegea ou p yam'S sellout, possible. ..to estab- at the Cristobal Gun Club's regu. ; fe
.M. ..... fnr 9 hpuWWPieht fl'Sht. r r:-u. I U r. .. .n.n

. .with Wallman's Alex Mitieff j Chicago White Sox, one of the j on July 2. He was the sole survivor
winding over Willi Besmanoff. !great teams of all time, conspir-jof the "Misery" round, with a per per-Still,
Still, per-Still, as it turned out, Wall- ed tf) throw g Wolld Senes for a fect 25 and downed 24 and 21 in
man's fighter needed no "f 'P : collective take of less than $8000. two prior efforts, whilst his c'osest
from the ringside judiciary. The Qn thg jrs( game aone inform-1 temporary competitor. F. Chollar,
.rjocision was unanimous. Eight, e() amblers won an estimated 1 could account only for 25 on his
months later the same figMer $5Q0 ()00 j best try.
took a split decision from Nino Thg conege basketball fix, last- ,.,. , ......
Vtldes, and though Mr. Grant jJger! thus prcvidi ng more W. tz Schexnyder shot with his
was not a participating justice, hQ0 have involved millions usua' accurate swing and scored
was, the DA charges, taken care ; f'0" m.hM lie t sUmony of L'J.

nt nnct the ame. .mis nine iaj

the extent of $100.

Want It Fool Proff

1 ...i.u -1,; v 11 1 in

I -ii J f KT: 1. l- 1,,; Via WllU till, UlCdnlllK H11U 1U
admitted fixer, Nick Englisis, he

was able to buy star perormersi cliff Hayward continued to en.

for as little as $100 a game, nev
er more than $300.
In the mid-30s Don Meaile

then one of the nation's leading

saiaa. hi i we oevx

B. x iW"11"' v mm ik5:.

3eBK ma -Jam tna v .-as 'v.

, 1 l!T- ill!! 1 ; i 1 llv H-

One major league club owner

told him recently. Bu'ler riis riis-closcd.
closcd. riis-closcd. the majors were re.-ogned
to the fact they eventually would
have to take over minor league
bascbal' completely.
Foresees 20 Leagues

. j i. ,.r-n : uicn

The practices cnargea 10 vva.i-, j()ck was barred on wire tap!d

fman are iu.u..jr evidence that he had been betting

precepts ot tne an oi nxm ugnis.
One vote is not enough. There
must be a minimum of two to in-

against himself with a Newark. Dr. Moore, embryo expert, re re-bookie.
bookie. re-bookie. His biggest bet? A mere; gistered 17.

tfOfn rn i!w i L-1 n nnrl rlimo lev

nm artistic success ana nscai lnf(,orl

' weep. On the other hand one rrm)tion to odious vulgarity. .

positive vote is oviousiy ww 0n whk.h note of profundity we
than none. And in a close fight ittBke of( on vacation. "round

represents a powenui euge.
It must be agreed that if it is i
possible to reach one official, it S AlOilO The rQirWOVS
possible to reach two. Except that
this would entail reaching sever-j
al. for, supposedly, no one knows, SUMMIT JULY 4

who the officials are going to ne FLAG TOURNAMENT

counter trouble diagnosing the

flights from number 8 post, but
otherwise made good disposition of

21 targets for his best score of the Panama Agencies Co. had occasion on July 3, 1958 to honor

Mr. Ernest Jones, another of its employes who nad completed
30 years of consecutive service with the Company. Mr. Jones
was presented with the Company's 30-year silver service medal
during a brief presentation ceremony among the office staff by
Mr. R. R. Daugherty, Assistant Manager of the Company.

Dr. Willard French's company
was much enjoyed, a genial loser

always being the most valued man

All hands are advised that the
birds will tly, and Leo will cater,
every Wednesday afternoon at
4:30.

' "I figure that the time will
i come when there are 20 minor

leagues completely subsidized by
the majors," Butler analyzes.
He figures it out this way:
There are 16 major league
teams and each one of them will
have one farm team in Triple. A
bal' and one in Double. A hall
with twn teams in the A, R C and
D classifications. This runs to
total of 160 minor league teams
and. with eight to a league, a
total of 20 leagues. It also means

0 ; there would only be twn Triple

and Double-A leagues with our

eagues each of A, B C and D

classification.
"The major leagues simply
have tr take over." Butler ex.
plains. "If they don't, there isn't
going to be any minor league
baseball. The minors simply ran t
keep on everlastingly losing mon.
Knnnnm n t Vm introcinn nf

their territories ny major league
broadcasts and te ecists."

The tragic result is that fans
in the minor leagues would rather
stay home and see or hear about
the Mantles, Musials and Wil.
lamses than attend minor league
I games.

The end result. concludes
Butler, "is tha' the majors will
have to subsidize every singe
minor league team right down
the line or they won't have any
place from which to get their
players of the future."

Marlboro 4,
Rambler, Hull Motors 0

There was no doubt about it'
Marlujro went over the '.tamoler
Hull Motors and iimshed wun their
hopes for lirst p ace. It was vlarl. j
boro out in tront and good for all

tour points; witn only one moie
week lo go on this league and Mail
boro oui in ront by five points,
there is no possibility for Marlboro
lo fall from lirst place. Ra-mbler.
Hull Motors is safe on second
p acc.
H. Hcrvey rolled 471 for Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro and i Dominguez finished
with 453. A. Taylor bowled 505 for
the Ramblers and M. Serna rolled
a 467.
Smoot and Parades 3
La Mascota 1
The "up and coming" Smoot
and Paredes took three points
jfom La Mascota; Smoot and Pa

redes won 15 of their last 16 points
and they have their eyes set on
third place. J. DiPaulo and M
Nolla ro led 441 and 331 for the
winners, while M. Nunes and J.
Segura rolled 424 and 398 lor La
Mascota.
Mercurio Jewelry 3, Volkswagen 1
The Mercurio Jewelry. men kept
j their hopes to stay on third place
alive, by downing three times out
ol four ine Volkswagen team. They
now enjoy a four game lead
i over Smoot and Paredes on founh
place. If they can take at east one
point rom Marlboro, they will be
sale on third. H. Cantu rolled 405
and F. Marlines finished with 439
for the "jewelers." J. Mclntyrc

and t. l'aoli bowled 415 and 391
for the Volkswagen team.
Rodelag, 4, Cerveza Balboa 0
Rodelag made il possib'e for all
four points over Cerveza Balboa.

The linal position of these two
teams plus Smoot and Paredes,
and La Mascota will be decided
on the final week of competition,
even Mercurio Jewelry is not cert certain
ain certain that they will finish on third
place by themselves. E. Arrio'la
rolled 459 series and F. Rinn fi.
nished with 391 for the best from
Rodelag.
It was the last week the Col.
Rinn bowled with us: he is going
back to the Stales. R. Saiz and
G. Torres rolled 383 and 379 for

Cerveza Balboa. George Dil er our
sponsor from Cerveza Balboa,
gave us an invitation to visit the
National Distilery and we set the
10th of July to pay this visit to
Mr. Differ.

Pin Splitters 3 Hot Rods 1
Although the Pin Sp itlers Still
occupy the high spot in the Army.
Navy Mixed League, their posi position
tion position is being challenged by the
runncrup team who is only one
half point in arrears. This week
the PinSplitters dropped the first
game but recovered sufficiently to
go out in the next three points.
The big gun in the Pin Splitters
roster was Dan Koester who spill spilled
ed spilled the tenpins for a 554 count.
Helping Dan was Joe Dalnia with
517. For the Hot Rods, who were
stal ed after the opening round.
Tommy Thomas toppled tenpins to
the tune of 530.
The Crabs 4 Cucarachas 0
It was a bad night for the Cu Cucarachas
carachas Cucarachas when they were dispos.
ed of by the red Crabs. Before hos hostilities
tilities hostilities started the 'Roaches were
in the runncrup slot, but now find
themselves in third place, 3V4
points away. For the Crabs, it
was a profitable evening because
only hal a marker separates them
from the pinnacle o' the loop.
Doc Holifield and Herb Hoff had

themse ves a good night for the
Crabs, with 515 and 551. For the
trampled Curachas, Jerry Diesing
posted the best total, 465 sticks.
Hi Flyers 4 Final Drives 0
It was plain murder when the
Hi Flyers slaughtered the drive drive-less
less drive-less Final Drives for a shutout.
With this four point loss, the Final
Drives drove themselves smack
into the cel'ar position The whole
crew of the Hi Flyers were in top

notch condition in their warfare a.
gainst the maple pins.
Kathy Bathhurst started off her
team with 532, Leander Massey
followed suit with 552. Bill Bath,
hurst tapered off with 528 but
Ralph Tunstill turned in 541. For
the basement battlers Lady Lou
Mathias was the reigning queen
with 485.
Th Fours I Saburs 1
In a nip and tuck tussle, the
Fours gathered in the majdrity of
points from the Saburs. The open opening
ing opening session was decided by 12
pins in iavor of the Fours. They
took the next round by 28 sticks.

Then the worm turned and the
Saburs won by 14 pins, which was
not enough to credit them with the
TP Marker. For the winners who
vacated the eel ar, Jack Carter
, conked the pins for a 524 count,
: which was twenty pins better than
the Saburs had to offer in the form
I of Ray Burton's 504.

Amendment To Keep
Baseball Owners
In Line' Planned

until moments befort the main e- Young Asa Barley went to the
vents gets under way. 20th tee in the Fourth of July Flag

This could explain tne. nnue ivir. Tournament at the Summit Hills
Grant allegedly received for a Go!f and Country Club which put
fight in which he did not offici-jmm some 200 yards further than
ate. Wallman could have guessed jms nearest competitor, runner. up,
wrong. Or heard wrong. In thfSFraDc Day. One of Summit's new.
rnnne rtion it is interesting to note
est members Bettv Coleman had

Valdes' manager, on the morning1, gnols ieft on ,ne lstn hole to WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
of the fight, complained to the 1 m0ve her past the long hitting Karl Mundt, a sponsor of a
commission the fight was 'in the Butch Dav. Senate sports bill, disclosed to-
Behind Barley and Day were a day he is drafting an amendment
foursome o! golfers who were able to keep club owners from
f H f l0 hole out on the 18th green be. "thumbing their noses at the
Nnfirt nriPT fore their strokes ran out. Tied for public" in franchise shifts.
fcfUWI W oVI tnjr(j pace were t.uh champion The South Dakota Republican
George Riley, Bob Collins, Dick! said he has asked the Senate
IKgol, and Jim Hood. j drafting experts its legislative
unvfiit cbiit 1 Th' next tournament scheduled counsel to prepare language
U. s. 3rl-1 i for Summit will be the home-and- requiring that executives of pro.
xiapttt ittv rlTPIl Italian! home match between the Brazos fessional teams "assume certain
v N f rhammon Dui'io oil Brook, Golf and Country Club responsibilities to the public and
fTA.r Bis if New1 members and those from Summit consider the public interest" m
v Vv Mnnriiv nielil lot points in' on Sunday, July 20. This will be a moving from city to city.
IrSd midd lwcignt bou mixed scotch foursome with the' Mundt was the first legislating
the same c ard Tddv Wrighl of male members of Brazos teaming ; senator" to speak out Monday
the same, cam leuuj s with ,h rmale. Irom Summit. against plans to move the base

ball-playing Senators from W,sh-

of a scheduled lO.round welter, j maue up of male member tron.

OWIII1IIII ,11111 Mil I! 111. lit" I I I I ( I I 1 1 B
of Brazos with the losing team

paying for the luncheon.

Summit will also hold a mixed

scotch foursome tournament lor

its members and their guilts on
Saturday afiernoon, JulyM'st 1.00
p.m. This tournament will be fol fol-lowed
lowed fol-lowed hy a barbecued chicken din.
ncr at 6:00 p.m. Members ol' Sum.

mil are urged to invite their guests

now and sign up ior noin i n e
tournament and the supper.

CUTTYI1UNK, Mass. (UPI) -Mrs.
y?Uliam P. Rosen o Bran Bran-lord,
lord, Bran-lord, Comv, set a" new women's
vv.'ild ivcord by catching a 60-poi-nd
striped h:iss with r.iJ and
r; -T fi'ii 'o e the nrcvious
rrcor i se' June 7, r.is, w.ien Mrs.
h, .i Sarno.ki landed a 56.
pouii..er.

ington. He suggested owners oi
the team "take another look at
their ob igations."
Mundt said he is not withdraw,
ing his sponsorship "Of a bill
which would grant broad anti antitrust
trust antitrust exemptions to professional
team sports.
"But Congress should not ex extend
tend extend special treatment for base,
hall clubs to accept with one hand
and let them barter it off with
the other for a greedy personal
profit," he ai

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jjPPpPPF' jjpl. Jv

V.F.W. TEENER Gary Ness, first baseman and pitcher, is
enjoying his second year on the V.F.W. Teener team. Nanonl
Teen-er Baseball Champs. He played an important part in
bringing home the Teener "Oscar" last year. His experience
gained should be a great help in the team's defense of its
title in August. Gary stands 5' 10", weighs 175 lbs. and is 15
years old. He was born ln Alexandria, Va. Gary likes 'ootball.
ao, and Is a letterman in that sport and baseball at Balboa.
He plans a career in teaching and coaching. This past year
Gary pitched a no-hit, no-run game in the Fastlich League
and batted a lusty .473, as a member of the Perlcos. Strong,
he is a power hitter, and is dangerous with men on bases.
VFW Teener Booster Ticket
Drawing Held; Steady Flow
Of Donations Increase Fund

Little Mike Ness of Fort Clayton'
irew the three prizes of $100, $75
ind $25 in United States Savings,
Bonds at the V.F.W booster tic-1
set drawing in the Balboa Stad

urn Sunday.
The first drawing for a hundred
iollar savings bond was No. 2403.
I'he $75 in savings bonds for the
second prize was No. 2404. Both
are be ieved lo have been sold on
the Atlantic side. The third draw drawing
ing drawing for a $25 bond was No. 0586,
sold on the Pacific side lo C. Ase.
roll, wh.ise name was written on
the back of the stub. The first
two winners are as yet unidenti.
lied and should contact the V F W.
Teener League as soon as possible.

The Teener fund was augment.
ed this week by the following:
Booster tickets $107, Cia. Martins
$25. Max Stempel $10, American
Supply $5, Laaies Auxiliary to
VFW Post 3822 $10, collection $3.25,
Mauricio Novedades y Deportes
$20, The Levonel Co. $10, Cia. Dul.
cidio Gonza'ez S.A. $15, Balboa
Elks $25, and Samuel Cohen $5.
The V.F.W. Teener League, Box
593. Curundu, gratefully acknow acknowledges
ledges acknowledges the steady flow o donations
from community minded merc'i.
ants, organizations and individuals
whn are making this trip to the
United States possible for ear
V.F.W. Teeners.

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7
OGE TEN
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JTTLY f,
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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C L A S S I F I E D SI

Automobiles

Hillman Huiky 1956 top con con-dition,
dition, con-dition, ridie, beet offer. Call 2 2-1891,
1891, 2-1891, 2-1895 weekday., 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nighti and Sundayi.
1955 Ford Victoria hardtop, pink
and white, radio, power iteerint;
2-1891. 2-1895 weekday!, 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nighti and Sundayi.
FOR SALE: Bargain, 1956
Thunderbird fordomatic country
sedan, nina paitanfer. $1,700.
Call 2-3628 Home 5759 Sibert
Street.
FOR SALI: 1955 Ford V-8
station wagon, four door, new
tiros, radio, excellent motor.
Price $750.00, duty paid. Phone
86-3280 Alb. Qtrs. 253.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet, 4
door sedan $150.00. 0759-1
Williamson Place, Balboa. Phone
2-6322.
FOR SALE: Bargain. 1954
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. MUFFLERS
Chevrolet, Plymouth. Ford $9. $9.-95.
95. $9.-95. All others $12.95. Free ins installation.
tallation. installation. Tivoli Motors at Tivoll
Crossing. Tel. 2-4222.
FOR SALE: 1947 Ford (alopy
(coupe sedan). $75. May be seen
at house 2172-C, 8th St. Cu Cu-rundu.
rundu. Cu-rundu. Taylor Tel. 83-5162.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
sedan V-8 engine, w.s.w 1.400
miles, like now. $2,100. Phone
2-2744 0599-A Bayano St. An-
Foreign Minister
Arrives From Greece
To Confer With Tito
BELGRADE (UPI) Greek
Foreign Minister Evangelos A v.
eroff arrived on the Adriatic is island
land island of Brionl today for confer,
ences 'with his Egyptian and Yu Yugoslav'
goslav' Yugoslav' counterparts.
The i conferences were separate
from those under way on the re resort
sort resort island between Yugoslav
President Tito and Egypt
mal Abdel Nasser, president of
the United Arab Republic
Tito, under increasing fire from
the Soviet Union and its satellites
for hie "revisionism," was report reported
ed reported trying to forge a three-nation
"anti.Wff" alliances that would re
sist pressure from either East on
wrest
Greek demands for the revolt revolt-torn
torn revolt-torn island of Cyprus were expect expected
ed expected to figure prominently in the
talks.
Averoff flew to Rrioni from Za Zagreb
greb Zagreb and immediately began talks
with Yugoslav Foreign Minister
foes- Popovie and United Arab
epublic Foreign Minister Mah Mah-Doud
Doud Mah-Doud Fawzi.
'- It was not yet certain when or
If Tito would confer with Averoft.
i Greece is a member of NATO.
Hie U.A.R. violently opposes
j Western military alliances. Tito
also is opposed to such alliances.
Diplomatic observers in Bel Belgrade
grade Belgrade saw the talks as more
sound than substance. They said
they sppeared to be an attempt
to create the impression of sum summit
mit summit talks between potential lead leaders
ers leaders of a "third force" in world
affair.
' Nasser, who brought his fan ily
to Brioni with him, was reported
enjoying himsrl'. He and inn
are personal friends, and have
met several times in the past.
BRIDE GETS VIOLENT
TAIPEI (UPI) Bridegroom
Mou Lien Shan sai! today he
would sue the matchmaker for in in-Jtroducing
Jtroducing in-Jtroducing him to a "madwoman"
Who became violent at her werl werl-TUng
TUng werl-TUng banquet yesterday. Mou, 45,
said his bride, Lin Chin-Lu, ?,.
Started kicking and slugging 'heir
guests whilp Ihpv wore going from
table to table drinkng toass in
warm Chnese wine.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
I District of The Canal 7mm
Division ot Cristobal
Rosa A. Fernandez, Plaintiff va. Marie
H. FernanrW, Defendant Summons Case
No. 2231 Civil Docket 10 Action for di
voree.
To the at ove named defendant,
You are hereby required to appear
answer the complaint filed in the above-
ntitled artlon v ithln ninety days after
the first publiratlon.
In case of your failure to so appear
and arurwer. )urlrmnt v ill be taken a-
Salnst you by default for the relief
emended in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe, .tudge. United SUtea District
ourt for the District of the Canal Zone,
this twenty lliiift ri.iv of June. 195S.
T McCormick, Jr.
( In k
(Seal i
Ry a David M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
To Marie II Fernandez
The foregoing summons Is served up
on you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F. Crowe.
Judge, United Suites District Court for
the District of the Canal Zone, dated
Jllie 2.1, lll'iH. and enlered and filed In
th's action in the office of the Clerk of
said United State District Court for the
Division of Cristobal, en June 22. 1 9:H
T MrCormlrk. Jr.
C'ei k
R David M Jenkins
Depulv Clerk

Apartments

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 RENT: Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished 2 bedroom apartment, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, hot and cool water
etc. $120.00. Phone 2-2504.
FOR RENT: Army inspected,
furnished one bedroom apart-ment-kitchinette.
4th of July
Avenue 17-18. Phone 2-2081.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, bedroom, living-dining,
etc. Via Espana No. 1 1 7
18 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: Cool and comfort comfortable
able comfortable screened one bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment suitable for small family in
St. Regis building. Calls 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
bedroom apartments, quiet neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. 46-47 second Ave.
(48th Street) Bella Vista. Phone
3-6936.
FOR RENT: Deluxe two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, 2 baths (one
with tub and shower). Large sit sitting
ting sitting and' diningroom, kitchen,
maid's room and bath, adjoining
separate laundry section. Lovely
garden and putting green. At No.
374 "F" Street, El Cangrejo.
Phono 3-0319 during office
hours.
FOR RENT) Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, living-dining-room,
largo porch, Venetian
blinds, garage, linen, China glas glas-ware.
ware. glas-ware. Exclusive residential sec section.
tion. section. Bella Vista, telephone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1448.
Apartment: For Rent: Modern
ens bedroom apetment, in re recently
cently recently constructed building. Lo Located
cated Located on 50th St. No. 115. Pai Pai-tilla.
tilla. Pai-tilla. Phone 2-3060.
FOR RENT: Two modern "Du "Duplex"
plex" "Duplex" apartments, two bedrooms,
hot water, maid's room, garage,
one furnished. Rleardo Arias
Street, in Campe Alegre, near El
Panama Hotel. Phone 2-2341
3-3379.
FOR RENT : Two-bedroom
apartment, living diningroom,
hot water, maid room, balcony.
"Esparta" building. Street Ricar Ricar-do
do Ricar-do Arias. Tel. 3-4994 $140.00.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
apartment in "El Cangrejo" liv-Ing-diningroom,
kitchen, serv service,
ice, service, already balcony, maid room
with service, all furnished,
and garage. Street Alberto Na Navarro
varro Navarro No. 48 Tel. 2-2883 or 3 3-4734.
4734. 3-4734. FOR RENT: One and two bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment furnished or
unfurnished, in front at the new
Commercial Center No. 15 Tel.
2-2883 or 3-4734.
WANT FLIGHTS STOPPED
OXFORD, England ( UPI)
Oxford's labor dominated city
council called on the British gov
eminent yesterday to prohibit
flights of American H-bombers ov over
er over this university town. It com complained
plained complained such flights constitute a
danger in the case of accident to
the plane or bombs carried."
LOSE TEETH EARLY
DUNDEK, Scotland f UPI) Dr.
Mary I. l.amh, a lady dentist,
(old a British Dental Association
conference that dental hygiene in
Britain is so bad ihtrt young wo women
men women are losing their icoth. "It
is almost a tradition for many
girls in industrial areas of Britain
to get a set of dentures for their
21st birthday" she said yesterday.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OT A M ERICA
Canal 7.nn
Cnltrrl States District Court For The
District of Th Canal Zone
Balhoa Division
Tn the Matter of the Estate of Idyl
Lectori Henry, Deceased. Probata No.
94 AS Nntire to Creditors.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all
per nans having claims ana trust Idyl Les Lesion
ion Lesion Henry, deceased, or against his
estate are hereby required 4o file said
claims, with the necessary vouchers. In
the office of th Clerk of the United
States District Court nt A neon. Canal
Zone, or to exhihtt them, with the nec nec-ess.iry
ess.iry nec-ess.iry vouchers, to the undersigned Ad Admin
min Admin 1st in tor at the office of 1, S Car Car-rlnpton.
rlnpton. Car-rlnpton. Attorncv nl law, located nt
17 Ml Avenida 13, formerly Calle Ea Ea-tudinnte
tudinnte Ea-tudinnte not later than tlip 2 1 at day
of October 1958 or they will be for ever
barred Each claim filed or presented
must be sunporled by the aff idnvlt of
the claimant m someone on his behalf,
thnt the amount is justly due, that no
payments hnve been made thereon which
are not credited and that there are no
nffscK in ihe same lo the knowledge of
the affiant
Dated bi 1 d.ty "r .lune 19.SR.
Si Ivester Callrnrtrr,
Administrator or the eslale of
Idv Tsinn Henry, deceased.

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BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 26 "B" Street MORRlSON-4th of July Ave. A J St. a LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvotl No. 4 FARMACIA EST ADOS LNIDOS 149 Central Ave
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue 0 HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Fco. te la Oena Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo Aresemena Ave. and 33 St. a FAR FARMACIA
MACIA FARMACIA VAN DER JIS 50 Street No. 53 a FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lefevre 7 Street a FARMACIA SAS"-VI Porras 111 a NOVEDADES A THIS
Beside the Bella Vista Theatre.

Resorts
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS Ocesnside Cottages
Santa Clara R da P. Phono Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Largo
Beach House. One mile past the
Casino Phone Balboa 1 866.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished hornet,
on beach. Phone Thompson,
Balboa 1772.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Commercial locale
in Justo Arosemena Ave. No.
37-11. Opposite Cristo Rey
Church. Tel. 2-2341.
Houses
FOR RENT: Three months,
beautiful 3 -bedroom residence
in El Cangreio 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 or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished house, 3 bedroom, liv liv-ingroom,
ingroom, liv-ingroom, diningroom, two por porches,
ches, porches, two toilets and maid room.
Lai 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,
ed, fenced, 7th street. Golf Heights Call
3-3641 2-2407' House 36.
FOR RENT: Chalet three bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 baths, living-dining-room,
kitchen, garage, fenced
yard. Telephone 3-0771 good
neighborhood.
LIMA TOUR
4 8 -days De Lux Hotel
4r gjjpt
$180.00
leave every Thurs. and Fri.
FlfUNftllF f
TRAVEL SERVICE
Tel. Panama 2-1661
IOUB FEET HUBTT
trained Chiropodist wlU relieve
any toot trouble, corns, eallous eallous-ses,
ses, eallous-ses, ingrown toe nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J, Arosemena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-2217
$ for
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
The New
S P
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Viewfinder System
Panama Col6n
SCHEDULES GERMAN VISIT
BONN. Germany (UPI) Kiug
Feisal of Iraq, senior monarch of
the Arab federation of Iraq and
Jordan, will visit West Germany
in September, it was announced
today. Feisal will be the first
ruler of an Arab tate to visit
West Germany. He accepted an
invitation from President Theodor
Heuss.
BUS DRIVER KILLED
CAGL1ARI, Sardinia (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The drivrr of a bus with 48 pas passengers
sengers passengers aboard was killed when
Ihe vehicle hit a cyclist on a road
near here nnl turned over into
the ditch Twenty five persons
were injured.

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Miscellaneous

YMCA SKIN DIVERS. We have
your choice of equipment.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES CORP.
"J" St. 13A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
E G I NNERS SPEARFISHING
OUTFIT Quality Kalian JunyLux
Gun. Fins and Mask . $18.50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" St. 13A-30 Tel. 2-1905.
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.
FOR SALE: Because of trip,
"Rosira" store. Large assortment
of imported dresses. Beside the
Riba-Smith Super market, Tel.
3-3870.
FOR SALE: Adjustable reclin reclining
ing reclining chair, corner table, stepdown
tables, child's rocking chair, QM
bed complete, 8mm projector and
camera, metal dresser, wooden
dresser. Call Balboa 2-3782.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 1 5 ft. Sea Babe w
cabin 35 Evinrude and trailer, 2 2-1338.
1338. 2-1338. V
FOR SALE: 15 ft. Thunderbird
chief, gator trailer, 35 h.p. Elto
electric starting, windshield, top,
equipped spinning reel and rod,
boat pole and 40 real, trailer
hitch. Balboa 2-1569.
CHUCKLE HEAD
CAN'T HOLD THEM
SPARTANBURG, SC. UPI)
Prisoners Jimmy Thompson and
James Warden broke out of the
brand new county jail yesterday
by gounging a holt in a ceiling
with spoon handles.
NEEDS A LICENSI
LONDON (UPI) Musician
James iBray was fined one pound
(SZ.80) yesterday for carrying his
bass violin in his truck. The
court claimed he was carrying
goods without a carrier s license.
HANDS OFF
COPENHAGEN (UPI)-I. B.
Goldschmidt boarded a ship for
the United States yesterday but
not without his wife having the
last word.
"This man Is mine, his faithful
wife, she wrote on his forehead
PICKS WRONG VICTIM
CLIFTON. N.J. (UPI) Michael
F. Sesera, 18, was placed on
three months probation yesiterday
on charges he tried to steal a
hub cap from a parked auto to re
place one somebody stole from
his the night before. He had tried
the turnabout trick on Patrolman
John Strauwi car.
WILL SURVEY SURVEYS
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-The
San Francisco Bay Area Council
has carried its area planning one
step past the survey stage.
The council yesterday hired an
engineering firm to make a sur
vey of all previous surveys on
area problems.
WINS FICTION PRIZE
TARIS UPI) Philip Roth,
25, a Chicago University instruc
tor and author, received the Aga
Khan Award for fiction last
night from Prince Aly Kh,n,
father of Aga Khan IV. Roth v.on
the $500 award for his short story
"Epstein," which will appear in
the fall issue ot "the Fans He He-view."
view." He-view." SHE FIGURED WRONG
LONDON (UPI) Maureen
O'Shaughnessy, an 18 year-nld
clerk, said today she thought the
young man looking at engagement
rings yesterday was nervous but
she figured he was "worrying
about popping the question. I
wasn't that, apparently, because
the man walked off with 570;)
worth of rings when Maureen
turned her back.
WANTS GIFTS REPORTED
WASHINGTON (UPI) Rip
John F. Baldwin (R-Calif.) pre,
! posed yesterday that Congress re
1 quire its members and lop gov
crnment and White House of
i ficials to disclose yearly all fi
nancial transactions including re receipt
ceipt receipt of gifts valued at more
than $10.
BILL HONORS CHURCH
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House passed and sent to ihe
Senate yesterday legislation desig
nating St. Ann's Church in New
York City a national historic site
The churchyard is the burial
place of Governor Morris, chief
stylist of the United States Con Constitution,
stitution, Constitution, Lewis Morris, a signer
of the Declaration of Indepen
dence, and other early patriots.
HELPS BOTH SIDES
GENEVA, Switzerland (UPI)
The International Red Cross nas
been helping both government
and rebel sides in the Ijcbane.se
rebellion hy sending medical sup
plies and evacuating seriously
wounded, it was disclosed today.

Home Articles

Rattan dinigroont table, four
chairs $85.00. Call 2-1891, 2 2-1895
1895 2-1895 weekdays. 3-S954 Sun Sundays
days Sundays and evenings.
FOR SALE: 1954 Kenmore
automatic washer 21 in. muntx
cabinet, T.V. Alb rook 4112;
Qtrs. 100 King St.
FOR SALE:- Baldwin Acrosonic
piano. Norge electric dryer. Play Playpen.
pen. Playpen. Biltrite baby carriage. Excel Excellent'
lent' Excellent' condition. Phone 1-1709
Panama.
FOR SALE: Attractive 3-piece
bedroom suite, $50.00. 8-piece
blund oak diningroom suite. $25.
0759-) Williamson Place, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Phone 2-6322.
FOR SALE: Norge automatic
washer $100. 60 cycle. Albrook
S6-7102.
FOR SALE: Furnishings for
house includes water heater, two
set refrigerator stove, washing
machine, living-diningroom set,
bedroom set, all in excellent
cendilon. Call Tel. 3-7384.
FOR SALE: Wardrobe and junior
bad with mattress and spring,
baby's scale, basinet, two small
tables, two chairs, corner book bookcase.
case. bookcase. Rattan furniture for living
room, mahogany chaise lounge
for garden, Venetian blinds
various sixes, dining buffet and
Chine cabinet. Peru Ave. No. 29 29-28
28 29-28 last floor.
FOR SALE: Double beds with
soring and mattress from 39.00;
Mahogany Wardrobes 19.00;
China Closets 15.00; Modern
Vanities with stool 445.00; Rat Rattan
tan Rattan sofa and chair 19.00; Ma Mahogany
hogany Mahogany livingroom set 75.00;
Diningroom table and 4 chairs
35.00; Basket tables 7.50; Urge
desk and chair 35.00; Metal
beds 30' 6.96; Sofa beds 65.00;
Hollywood beds complete 49.00;
Modern coffee tables 19.50; Pil Pillows
lows Pillows 1.50; Cash or Credit Terms.
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE Na National
tional National Ave. No. 41. Tel. 3-4911
3-7348.
LOST: A pet yellow head per permit
mit permit from El Cangre)o eaya "Hal "Hallo
lo "Hallo Bob" eensistently. Reward,
Tel. 3-0940.
White beaded evening bag with
rhinestone necklace inside at
Union Club July 4th. If found
please call 3-6508.
LOST: Cat, female, grey tiger
Striped. Wearing collar with
belle. Answer to name "Sweetie,"'
Loet in Diablo. Call Tel. 2-2783.
2-3682 or 2-2589. $10.00
reward.
Quote Unquote
WASHINGTON: Columnist Drew
Pearson, borrowing a phrase from
President Eisenhower in refusing
to fire his assistant, Jack Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, for microphone eavesdrop eavesdropping:
ping: eavesdropping: "Jack Anderson was, of course
imprudent, but I need him."
WASHINGTON Sen. Richard
L. Neubcrger (D-Ore.), in urging
Alaska not to legalize gambling:
"We want no Klondike saloons
or gambling casinos as the sym
bols of the great new state of
Alaska."
. N
LEWISTMN, Maine Deputy
Sheriff Jean IB. Herbert, describ
ing how Sandra Knowlton, 14,
shot and killed an officer in a
burst of rifle fire:
"That girl must have fired
about 50 times. We all ducked for
cover. We didn't expect her to
shoot, though she had warned
us."
NEW YORK G. Robert Flem Fleming,
ing, Fleming, co-producer of the American
Wild West show at Ihe Brussels
World's Fair, disclosing that the
show needed $150,000 government
and to survive:
"If I don't get any money in
Washington, the perform are
strandad."
FOFT WORTH, Tex. Sinf
Elvis Presley, to a highway pa patrolman
trolman patrolman on being caught doing a
reported 95 miles an hour:
"Well, you caught me, didn't
you?"
FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI)
County Clerk Mel Faulk was
dubious but accepted a marriage
certificate that the Rev. J, C.
Brian brought in yesterday.
The Rev. Mr. Brian told Faulk
he was ordained by a Baptist
chitrch and he married Forest
Pinkertpn, 19, and Betty Ann
George, 18, Saturday.
"I was as nervous as they were
because it was my first wedding,"
the Rev. Mr. Brian said.
The Rev. Mr. Brian is 16.

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 Coronado
Beach, facing the road, at 20 to
30 cents a meter. NOTE: This
offer will remain open only to
the date construction starts on
the "Coronado Beach Hotel".
Robert Eisenmann Jr. Tel 2'
4505.
FOR SALE: Lots en the most
exclusive, safe and attractive
beach in the country on the
banks of the Corona river. A
private beach for property own owners.
ers. owners. Only 60 miles from the
city. Easy payment plan. For
information enquire at Alfa
Store, No. 29-110 Central Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. Phone 3-6153.
SUCCEEDS STRITCH
Gregoire Pierre XV Cardinal
Agagianian, above, has been
named pro-prefect o the Sa Sacred
cred Sacred Congregation for the Prop Propagation
agation Propagation of the Faith, governing
body for missionary' activities
of the Roman Catholic church. I
Appointment of ihe Armenian 1
rite priest by Pope Pius XII fills
j the post vacated by the recent
death of Chicago's Samuel Car-1
dinal Stritch.
NEW NAPOLEON? -French
Premier Charles de Gaulle is
shown arriving at the Elysee
Palace in Paris for a recent
meeting with his cabinet. The
Premier's hlnd-in-jacket ges gesture
ture gesture as he adjusts his coat is
ireiauu5ceui oi an earner ruicr.

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WANTED: Competent manager
for office equipoment and general
supply establishment 6 to 8
weeki good salary must be bilin bilingual
gual bilingual and have experience. Came Camera
ra Camera dc Comercio, apt. 9 (tel. 1 1-7028).
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Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A. DIABLO
BOX 1211 CRISTOBAL C.2.
llsU
WANTED: 3 or 4 bedrooms
chalet from August or Septem September.
ber. September. Tel. 3-4707.
WANTED: To buy three Volks Volkswagen
wagen Volkswagen cars, only Canal Zone. Will
see after 5.00 p.m. Mr. Fonseca,
Hotel Colon, Panama. Phone 2-
0770.
Runaway Girl, 14,
Shoots, Kills Cop
In Lewislon, Me.
LEWISTON, Maine (UPI) A
14-year-old runaway girl allegedly
shot and killed a policeman at at-temDtine
temDtine at-temDtine to take her into ciistorlv
last night after he Ignored her
warning to "keep those flat f-et
away from here."
Police said the victim, Paul J.
Simard, 32, a father of two, was
hit "right between the eyes" by a
.22 caliber bullet as he advanced
with several other officers toward
a clump of bushs which hid rd rd-haired
haired rd-haired Sandra Knowlton.
Investigators said a murder
warrant against the girl, who had
run away from hom Mon
day when her parents refused to
move from their rural home to
the city, would be sought in court
today.
The girl fled into the woods fol following
lowing following an argument with' her'
mother. Police said she broke infot'
a hunter's cabin where she got a
rifle and about 75 rounds of am ammunition.
munition. ammunition. For more than half an hour,
police said, she peppered the area
where the were hiding.
Police said the girl warned
them to "keep those flat feet
away from here" as they closed
in and then cut loose with the
rifle. Her fire was not returned.
Deputy Sheriff Jean B. Herbert
told United Press International,
"We didn't expect her to shoot,
though she had warned us."
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SERVICES

3 -minute car wash Si. steem
cleaning of motei $5 waaintj ef
cart 3.6. Auto- Bane. 4 Trans
mian Hiqhwav near Seers
TELEVISION SERVICE
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME. S3. 50
You get service the tame da
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni techni-ciens.
ciens. techni-ciens. Crawford Agendas. Phone
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect damage.
prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
oasis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
HOME TV REPAIRS
$5 00 plus parts (local calls
only). No charge if not repaired
in your home. Phone 3-7607 U.
S. Television. Inc. 9:00 a.m. to
10:00 p.m. Till 6:00 p.m. Sa Saturdays.
turdays. Saturdays. TELEVISION SERVICE
6 MONTHS CUARANTEE
ASK FOR MR. TV
PANAMA 2-3142.
RFACH Ceife MISE Weariri
the latest iik beach styles is Tl
actress Marie Wallace in Nev
York. Under the semi-chemis
cat is a matching swimsuit
BY J. R. WILLIAiVM
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leaped down on to the camel
at water level at Pier 6 yes yesterday
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fellow worker. .

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1EORGK LABASTIDAS, here seen with hit face twisted in pain
is he receives attention from Canal Zone traffic cop Freeland
Hollowell and fellow dock workers after Roberts had saved him
from getting crushed between the 29,000-ton liner Orsova and
the dock. Labastidas, who lives In San Mlgueltto, had been shot
Inn the Canal by a high-powered jet of water after dleeon dleeon-neattef
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Quiz Queen Fails To Answer
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Unemployment Reaches 17-Year High;
Recession Believed To Be At Peak
WASHINGTON (UPI) Unem- ures to increase because of the as far as unemployment was con con-ployment
ployment con-ployment shot to a 17-year high; big jump in the number of per-j cerned.
of 5,437,000 in June, the goveru : sons joining the labor force. Other bright spots:,
ment reported today. But there! Secretary of Labor James P.! The number of persons unem-

was a Dngni sioe wnicn encour
aged economists to believe the re
cession might have hit bottom.
Most oi me jooiess rise reuec
ea me miiux oi ueany iwu mu-
lion studen.s and graduates into
the labor market when schools,
closed last month. Too, the num
ber of non farm workers in
creased more than usual for
second straight month
The Commerce and Labor De Departments
partments Departments reported that 5,437 ,000
idle workers in June topped May
by 533,000 and was the highest
since August. 1941. when 5,6:u, oou
workers were unemoloved.
It was the highest June total
since 1941 when 6,190,000 were out
of work.
On the other hand, the number
of persons holding jobs in June
climbed by 920,000 to 64,981,000.
It was possible for both the em employment
ployment employment and unemployment fig-
day night, ending a 21-week, reign
on the TV quiz snow 'Twenty 'Twenty-one"
one" 'Twenty-one" that gav her $220,500 tin
winnings.
Elfrida was dethroned by edu educator
cator educator Robert Leicester, 48, but
she went back to her Brooklyn
apartment with the most money
ever won on a television show.
Miss Von Nardroff, 33 last Thurs
day, had reached tfe total of
$253,000 during her tenure on the
NBC-TV quiz but lost $33,000 of
this amount when she faltered on
a question about a Nazi leader.
The money she lost went into
Leicester's kitty and he continued
playing against another Stephen
Becker of Bedford Village, N. Y.
As the program ended, Leicester
was leading Becker, 10-0.
The big winnor, however, ap appeared
peared appeared to b Unci Sam. A tax
xpert estimated that Elfrida
would have to pay lomowhero
in the vicinity of $102,000 In fe federal
deral federal income taxot and $15,000
in state li omo taxes, depend depending
ing depending on what deductions the tax
people allow her and what moth
od of computation her attorneys
and accountants uso. This would
leave her an estimated maxi maximum
mum maximum of $103,$00 to put in the
bank.
The program, based oh a form
of hp card game, finds each
contestant seeking to reach 21
roints Questions 'are graded 1
through 11, depending on their
difficulty and each point is worth
$500 at 1he start of a contest. Tie
gamps add $500 to the point value,
Monday night the Lercester Lercester-Von
Von Lercester-Von Nardroff duel, tied for sit
games, was valued at $3,000 a
point
Miss Von Nardroff's defeat
camp when she was asked to
name the Nazi leader who com committed
mitted committed suicide after being sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to the gallows by the Nur-
Pirhcr; war enmrs court. She
mentioned both Hermann Goer
mp and Joseph Cocbbols while
Irving to pick out the answer and
fin.illv took a stab at the latter.
It was the wrong guess
There's no use to folk obout
your kids Other people either
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- uniicneii naa warneu omy a :ew
- weeks ago that unemployment
j might hit six million in June
- A increw of Aiom in th(J
number of workers on non-farm
,ls waJ vlewed gs news
by economigts gince indicated
some improvement in the indus-
ti'i'i ii'ft'IH If mnlnvmont in wi n
ufacturing industries has been es
penally hard hit by the recession
And although total unemploy
ment reached the highest peak of
the current slump, the May-to
June jobless climb was smaller
on a percentage basis than in
most .oiier years; At a result, the
seasonally adjusted rate of unem unemployment
ployment unemployment dropped from 72 per
cent in May to 6 8 per cent in
June. 1
The fact that this adjusted rate
has "edged down for two months
in a row indicates the uptrend in
unemployment may be halted
after allowance for seasonal
changes," the report said.
One economist said this was an another
other another way of saying the recession
might have hit bottom, at least
De Gaulle Doubts
He'll Have Chance
To Visit US Soon
PARIS. Julv 9 (UPI Gen
Charles De Gaulle wrote Presi-j
J ml- 1 1 1 .4
anil iiiKiuiuwcr wuay nr wuuiu
like to accept the President's
Invitation to visit the United
States but did not think he
could do so in the next few
months.
De Gaulle thanked the Pres President
ident President for the Invitation, extend
ed through Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles last week weekend,
end, weekend, and said his talks with
Dulles were "very useful."
He recalled his war time
friendship with President, Elsen Elsenhower.
hower. Elsenhower. "Furthermore, I feel very at attracted
tracted attracted by the idea of going to
see you some day as yon have
so klndl? suggested," De Gaulle
said.
."However, you are correct in
supposing that during the next
few months it will be very dif difficult
ficult difficult to make such a trip."
Army Mountaineers
Scale Canyon Face
To Rescue Climber
ANTONITO, Colo., July 9 (UPI)
-Four expert army mountaineers
inched slowly up the sheer rock
wall of Conejos Canyon today
where a man spent his fifth night
trapped on a tiny crumbling
ledge.
John Sanders, 35, Albuquerque,
N.M., was termed "nearly out of
his mind" by rescuers who found
the body of his companion, Wil.
liam E. Carver. 38, also Albu Albuquerque,
querque, Albuquerque, late Tuesday in a ere.
vice 100 feet below the rocky
ledge.
Experts from Fort Carson, Colo.,
carrying hundreds of feet of
rope and a block and tackle, be began
gan began the treacherous climb up the
canyon face at daybreak today in
hopes of bringing down Sanders
and rescuer Donald Ewley. 22,
who voluntarily trapped himself
with Sanders last night to bring
him food and cheer.
Radio reports from the scene
said It might be late afternoon
before a rescue could be effected.

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BRASS IN THE GRASS Maj Qen. Charles L. Dasher, U.S.
Amy Caribbean commanding; general, is making an orienta orientation
tion orientation tour of the command this weelv Here, on completing a
visit to a fire direction center of Mortar Battery, 1st Battle
Group, 20tli Infantry, Dasher boards a jeep to continue his
tour. To the right Is Capt. Phillip Hertz, battery commander.
(U.8. Army Photo)

Only Hope For Minot

pioyea iot is weeus or longer ae-
cuned
in June for the second
monih in a row. This category
reached a peak of 1,900,000 in
April but has declined by 300,000
since that time.
The work week rose from 38.6
hours in May to 39.2' hours in
June. However, average weekly
hours worked last month still
were nearly an hour below the
same period last year.
Average weekly earnings of
factory workers rose by $1.27 to
S83.10, a record high.
--Job gains of 150,000 were re-'
corded by- steel mills, metal;
stamping plants, electrical ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, lumber, furniture and
stone, clay and glass industries.
The report emphasized that stu students
dents students and new graduates dominat dominated
ed dominated the job picture last month. It
I said "the -cttstomary rise in young
I J L V 3 J
jou-seeKers oversnaoowea i n e
usual reduction in unemployment
among adult workers.
JUAN M. CABALLERO
Panamanian Among
Nine Who Receive
OAS Scholarship
'WA'SHINGTON The first
scholarships of the new scholar scholarship
ship scholarship program of the Organization
of American States (OAS) have
been awarded to nine census tech technicians.
nicians. technicians. The training that these tech technicians
nicians technicians will receive at the Latin
American Census Training Ceuter
in Lima, Peru, will prepare them
for positions of leadership in the
"census of America" of 1960.
Among them is Juan Manuel
Caballero Diaz of Panama.
Other applications for the same
training are 'under consideration'.
Up to about 180 scholarships are
'to be awarded by about Sept. 1.
when the scholarship program
goes into operation. It is not lim limited
ited limited to specific fields, but ap applicants
plicants applicants must be seeking advanc advanced
ed advanced training.
Information and froms can be
obtained from the Scholarship
Program Office in the Pan Am American
erican American Union, Washington 6, D.
C.
INSTALLS FLOODLIGHTS
CAIRO (UPI) The govern government
ment government has completed Installation
of a floodlighting system for
the Sphinx, which for centuries
had only the moon to light it
at night, the tourist department
announced. It said flood lights
around the Qlza Pyramids near nearby
by nearby would be installed within
the next few days.

JOHN K. BATCHELLOR
Zone Engineers
Praise Navy s
John Batchellor
Capt. John K. Batchellor, top
Navy engineer in the Canal Zone
who became well known during
his two years here, left today a a-boafd
boafd a-boafd the USNS Henry Gibbons.
The veteran enginering officer
will go to Washington to serve on
the staff of the Chief of Naval Re Re-search,
search, Re-search, Rear Adm. Rawson Ben.
nett II. Since June 1956 he has
been District Civil Engineer on the
staff of Rear Adm. George Wales,
the Navy's top officer in the Can.
al Zone.
Canal maintenance engineer
Frank H. Lerchen and other
Zone officials heaped words of
praise on the captain on his de departure.
parture. departure. "We're going to hate to lose
him," Lerchen said. "He worked
his heart out for our anaual Na
tional Engineers' Week celebra celebration."
tion." celebration." Batchellor was a committee
chairman of the affair which is
held each year by the Canal Zone
National Society of Professional
Engineer. He was instrumental in
forming Wff local, chapter of the
society last year and later became
its first vice president.
In appreciation for his work, the
society this year gave the captain
its "outstanding service award."
The award had been presented
previously to on y one other mem member,
ber, member, Lt. Gov. Hugh M. Arnold.
Batchellor, from Albion, N. Y.,
also was a director of th3 local
chapter of the Society of American
Military Engineers and a commit committee
tee committee member of the American So.
ciety of Civil Engineers.
ASCE secretary Anthony Mann
described him as "one of our
biggest workers."
With a son in the Boy Scouts
the 1929 graduate of Rensselaer j
Polytechnic Institute also was ac
tive in the local Canal Zone coun.
cil.
During his 25 months here,
Batchellor lived in quarters at the
15th Naval District with his wife
Mary and their two youngest chil children.
dren. children. Pan and Paul.
The Batchellors also have a
daughter, Patsy, a Balboa High
School graduate who is studying
nursing in Reading, Pa., and a
son, Kenneth Jr., with the Navy
at Pensacola, Fla.
Rotorians To Bid
Adieu To Arnold
During the regular weekly
meeting at the El Panama Hil Hilton
ton Hilton at 12:30 tomorrow the Pan Panama
ama Panama Rotary Club will say fare farewell
well farewell to Rotarian Hugh M. Ar Arnold,
nold, Arnold, lieutenant governor of the
Canal Zone, who leaves the
Isthmus this Saturday.
In addition to the farewell
tribute to Arnold a portion of
this second meeting of the new
Rotary year will be devoted to
club service with Rotarian Leo Leonard
nard Leonard Hale in charge.

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Goldfines Dubious About How Much Good
Sherman Adams Help Achieved For Them
WAShmCTON, July 9 (UPI) Millionaire textile tycoon Bernard Coldfine and
his son H. Maxwell told House investigators today that they turned to Presidential
assistant Sherman Adams for help in a tangle with the Federal Trade Commistion be because
cause because they did not trust the commission.
Goldfine and son were dubious, howeve, about what good their friend Adams
did them.
,
The morning session of the House In f luenW-investigating subcommittee brought
Coldfine to the witness stand for the third time.
Committee counsel Robert W. Lishman took up most of the session asking the
Coldfine's about their mislabeling troubles with the Federal Trade Commission and
about technical problems in operating the family's woolen mills.

Meanwhile a police official yes yesterday
terday yesterday urged four principals in
the electronie-eaves.dropping and
stolen papers phases of the Gold Gold-fine
fine Gold-fine Adams inquiry to take lie de.
tector tests "to clear themselves
of any wrongdoing."
Washington Detective Chief Ed Edgar
gar Edgar E. Scott made the proposal
after Goldfine won a 24-hour re.
prieve from testi'ying about his
open-handed gift-giving.
Chairman Oren Harris (D.Ark.)
of the House influence investigat investigating
ing investigating subcommittee warned the Bos Boston
ton Boston industrialist, however, he is
headed for trouble unless he a.
dopts a more cooperative attitude
toward his interrogators.
Marilyn Returns
To Hollywood Still
A Symbol Of Sex
Hollywood (upd Blonde
temptress Marilyn Monroe came
home to Hollywood yesterday still
a torrid sex symbol dressed in a
form-fiding silk blouse and skirt
and wearing inch-long false eye
lashes.
Displaying her famous wiggle
walk, the actress left her plai.e;
30 minutes after the other pas
sengers had deplaned. Miss Mon Monroe
roe Monroe was asleep when the plane
landed and had to be wakened and
help into her clothes by her secre secretary,
tary, secretary, May Reise.
Her hair still was touseled by
sleep and she wore no hose with
her white high-heeled shoes. But
the open Monroe mouth her
trademark was made up in a
bright crimson. The lightened hair,
"sert of a white blonde" will be
worn in her new picture, 'Some
Like It Hot."
It's wonderful to be back,"
Miss Monroe said on her first visit
to the film capital in two years.
The actress chatted for 15 minutes
with reporters and said she had no
plans beyond the current picture.
She discussed style trends and
ad she liked chemise dresses but
described the balloon sack style
as 'unorganic."
In "Some Like It Hot," Miss
Monroe will portray a ukelele-play-ing
girl of the roaring Twenties.
The film will co-star Tony Curtis
and Jack Lemmon.
New Military Asst.
To PC Governor
Arrives In CZ
Major Harvey C. Jones, Corps
of Engineers, new military as assistant
sistant assistant to Canal Zone Gov. w.
E. Potter, arrived yesterday
from New York aboard the
transport Gibbons accompanied
by Mrs. Jones and their three
children.
He was met In Cristobal by
Maj. Peter Grosz who has been
serving as the Governor's mili military
tary military assistant for the past year.
Grosz was recently promoted by
his majority and has been as
signed to the Engineering Divi
sion.
Jones came to the Canal Zone
1 1 mm iicwpui t, wnere ne
has been attending the U.S. Na-1
val War College.
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THEY WILL DESTROY HIM
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CASSAVETES

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Scott said he would offer the
"opportunity" of the lie detec
tor tests to Jack Lotto, Gold Gold-fine's
fine's Gold-fine's public relations man, and
Miss Mildred Paperman, Gold,
fine's bookkopor secretary.
He said he would make the
same offer to Baron I. Shack'ette.
ousted subcommittee investigator,
and Jack Adderson, assistant to
columnist Drew pearson, who
were caught "bugging" Lotto's
room with a secret microphone.
The detective chief said he was
suggesting the lie tests to enable
the four "to. clear themselves of
any wrongdoing" in the alleged
ranksacking and theft of Gold'ine
documents from Miss Paperman's
room.
He explained that "some peo.
pie" might be suspicious of Shack
lette and Anderson in light of "all
me evidence showing them shad
owing the Goldfine erouD."
Shacklette was quoted Monday
as denying tnat ne ever entered
or took any papers from any
Goldfine aide's room.
Scott said the lie detector
tosts would apply only to tho
room ransacking and not the
bugging, which ho Said was not
against the law.
The official is heading an in investigation
vestigation investigation of Miss Paperman's
charge that her files were mir.
Joined
The FBI, meanwhile, hs been
asked to check into the micro microphone
phone microphone eavesdropping which White
House attaches reportedly were
condemning as "outrageous" and
"indefensible."
Shacklette wag fired by
subcommittee Monday night
the
for
ais pan in me episode.
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so issued a strict injunction to thi
Goldfine against "propagandizing
Extremists Shoot
2 British Soldiers
In Nicosia Store
NICOSIA, Cyprus (UPI) Ex Extremists
tremists Extremists shot two British soldiers
dead in a department store at
Famagusta yesterday in apparent
retaliation for the deaths of two
ureek-Cypfiots in a clash with
troops last weekend.
'orhisfl auinonues ordered an
I immediate curfew in the Fama
gusta area and organizeda man
hunt.
Army sources said the two sol
diers were shot down while shop
ping in ine t.reeK quarter of the
town.
The killings were the second
and third in less than 24 hours.
Monday night, a Greek Cypriot
who worked at a British base
paid for his job with his life.
He was sitting in a coffee shop
near Nicosia when two men
walked in. placed him against a
wall and shot him dead. They es
caped.
The slavines occurred after the
E O K A, Greek Cypriot under underground
ground underground leader, Gen. George
Grivas, pledged to avenge the
deaths of two Cypriots, a man
and a woman, killed in a hurs
i i : .
in inacnine gun lire aunng a
dash with troops in the village
of Avgorou Saturday night.

TODAY! weekend

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THE MIGHT OF IT THE SIGHT OF IT -STUNS
THE SCREEN!

NATALIE WOOD KARL MALDEN
in
NO SLEEP TILL DAWN
CINEMASCOPE COLORS!

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story on page IS
the American people" with a pu
bliclty barrage about his stolen
records and microphone eaves,
dropping against him-.
puiiiug mi uomne s appear
ance until today, Harris bowed
to the industrialists' plea that ho
was suffering from ''mental and
physical exhaustion" because of an
explosive and bewildering chain ot
events.
But Harris also made clear ho
expects Goldfine to answer sub.
committee questions fully and
freely.
"I can see that unless there is
a change of attitude there is go go-ng
ng go-ng to be a clash." the chairman
said. "The committee will be pre.
pared to meet it."
Harris did not elaborate on his
Unnly.veiled threat.
Goldfine's attoKney, Roger Robb,
said he had "every expectation"
Goldfine would clear up the rays
tery of more than $776,000 worth"
of uncashed checks which he pre.
viously claimed were none of thr
suocommiuee s business.
NAACP Holds 49lh
Annual Convention
CLEVELAND, Ohjo (UPI)-Th
National Association for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored People
opened its 49th annual convention'
nere yesterday wtfh a greater em-
phasil on community xnniuwt
The NAACP, at the half-way
mark in a 10-year "fight for free-l
dom, has won many court &;
tories and the group's national
Kblie relation. Wtor. hS
i Mod, laid that "once IS
courts mv spoken public opinion
is necessary to assist in Giving
first class cWienstrip to all t&T
people."
Thurgood Marshall, chief coun counsel
sel counsel of the NAACP, said that
"realism must prevail in our
movement toward complete deV
segregation," adding that "we will
never retreat on deseweffarion
Marshall said, "If we must go to
court, we will do that, and if r.
tual violence seems inevitable, we
will not he cowed."
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and HydrograpbJc Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:

Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 86 85
Low 76 75
HUMIDITY:
High 100 90
Low 70 88
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-6 NE-15
RAIN (inches) T .71
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 83 83

BALBOA TIDES
THURSDAY, JULY 10
High Low
10:11 a.m. 4:06 a.m.
10:44 p.m. 4:46 p.m.
CENTRAL
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