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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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1958
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Two Quick-thinking Navy Men
Save 4 Lives 7n Rodman Fire
Two quick-thinking Navy men were credited today with saving the lives, of four

local-rate employes trapped in a flash fire at the Rodman Naval Station.
Chief Boatswain's Mate John E. Harrington and Seaman Vernon Swiatlowski knock knocked
ed knocked down a door to a raar locker in the Enlisted Men's Barracks, where four paint
hop workers were caught by an explosion that sealed the door shut.
The workmen, badly burned, were rus hed to Gorgas Hospital. Their condition was
described as serious by a hospital spokesman at press time, when doctors were re reported
ported reported still treating them.
Ah emergency call for 40 blood donors was answered immediately by 100 vo volunteers
lunteers volunteers from both Navy personnel and ci vilian employes at Rodman.

Harrington and SwiatlawsHi,
In the barracks when the ex explosion
plosion explosion sounded, were treated
at the Navy dispensary for
first-degree burns on the hands
PC Signs Contract
To Purchase Gases
From Panama Firm
A contract for the sale and
purchase of oxygen, acetylene,
and hydrogen gases in cylinders
was signed yesterday by the
(Panama Canal Co. with Paul A.
'Gambotti, president of the Ace-tl-Oxlgeno,
S.A., Panama
' The contract calls for the
'purchase effective Aug. 5 of ap approximately
proximately approximately $60,000 worth of
Knanufactured gases each year
Ky the company for use of com-ipaiiy-government
units only.
, Formerly these types 9i?mZ
ltaccurea gases wcio -""--"
y thIUPanama canai gas man-for-tnrino-
nliint. a unit Of the
Industry pvision. This plant.
tie of the oldest operations ui
r-onkl nvrfanlzation. will tee
completely closed at the end Of
(July and eubeequently will W
taothballeflf
At. nresawt iev,i)ifirt'
ifirm man5tnpas for hoi-
is man jjowpiiw""" am
as well as ior ceri,aiii
agencies in the Canal
5one.
Case Proposes Bill
To Help Aged,
Ftoht Recession
.'-WASHINGTON (UPI-Sn. CUf
fbrd P. Case (RN.J.) today
,nrorosp a 10 ner cent increase
Jfi social security, benefits in a
,ao"':1-barrs'1ed move to help the
cation's aged and fignt me ous ous-iness
iness ous-iness recession.
i Case's plan was given only a
,sHm chants of passage this ses session
sion session But Democratic House lead
ers were hopeful of pushing
through a more moderate plan to
,fike benefits for those afrady on
the social security rolls to make up
ft" rises in living costs.
, The Case bilT would boost the
'o"i.al security "tax on employes
and employers to 3 per cent m
' Tt, would .go up another one-
half of 1 per cent every four yeavs
until a top of AVt per cent was
. eached in 1972.
1 For self-employed persons the
rate would go p 4V4 per cent in
and to 6H ner cent in 1972.
! The bill would increase from
s4,2or to $4,800 the earning base
on which social security taxes and
(benefits are computed. Case said
'about 900 million dollars in ad ad-'ditional
'ditional ad-'ditional benefits would be paid in
'the 12 months after sept l, el
feetive date of the proposal, i
' Fast action on Case's legislation
'was considered unlikely, specisl-
lv by the Senate Finance Com Com-'mitte.
'mitte. Com-'mitte. Chairman Harry F. Byrd
'D-Va. has made it clear h
.wants thorough hearings on any
comprenensive social seat my leg
islntlnn.
The mora modest bill favored
by House Democratic leaders was
.expected to provide tor a smaller
.hike in monthly benefits for pres
ent social security beneficiaries to
offset an 8 oer cent climb in liv living
ing living costs since the last increase
in 1954.
Captain Suffers
Minor Injuries
In Borderline Case
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tt, was a borderline case, ac according
cording according to a police report, when
VS. Army Capt. Paul S. O'Neill,
35, crashed an automobile on
the Boyd Roosevelt Highway
yesterday.
A report stated soberly said
the car "skidded 620 feet on the
highway and down an embank embankment
ment embankment onto Madden Road and
came to rest with the front ot
the vehicle in the Republic Of
Panama and the rear in the
Cvna; Zone.
MtfiJWNelll was taken to Uorgsa
Hospital with a badly cut arm
ana minor injuries and admit admitted
ted admitted for observation.

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and wrists but not admitted.

Their 'fast action was describ
ed by Rodman Fire Station Sgt.
Knox as preventing serious
damage to the barracks as wen
as saving four lives.
Knox said his firemen had
nothing left to do after ar arriving
riving arriving at the fire except water
down some mattresses and
other bedding. Harrington
and Swiatlowski had extin extinguished
guished extinguished the blaze with the
fire hose in the building.
Damage was described as
slight by Naval authorities.
Capt. Kenneth W. Hlnes, Rod
man Naval Station command
ing officer, Initiated an imme immediate
diate immediate Investigation of the fire.
investigating officers said the
exact cause would not be known
until; Jhey complete their probe.
The burned workmen were
identified as Francisco tuna
and- Cecil Atkinson of Fan Fan-anu$
anu$ Fan-anu$ City, and Luis Navarro
New RP Telephone
Exchange To Be
The P
Will inau
rto
Lopez Fabreea, Minister of Pualic
Worksj Archbishop Francisco
(Beckman, and other dtstingunhec
guests from diplomatic and social
circles are expected to attend.
The new telephone exchange wilt
increase the number of lines
throughout the four exchanges in
Ptfnama City to a total of 15,740.
Keening pace with the rapid
growth of Panama, Fiierza y Luz
has constructed this completely au automatic
tomatic automatic exchange so as to meet
the service demands of Rio Aba Aba-jo,
jo, Aba-jo, "Parque Lefevre. Pueblo Nuevo,
Miraflores and other areas.
The additional lines to be put
into service at the No. 4 telephone
exchange will give even more
prominnce to the number of tel
ephones per capita in Panama.
According to statistics compiled by
the American Telephone and Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph Co. of th U.S. and publish published
ed published in a well-known intrnational
magazine, Panama outranks all
of Central America. Mexico. Co Colombia
lombia Colombia and Venezuela m "t e 1 e e-phone
phone e-phone per capita" ratio.
Flood Suggested
As Sneaker Here
By Pacific Council
Rep. Daniel F. Flood (D.-Pa.l,
whose speeches in Congress a a-bout
bout a-bout VS. Panama relations
have caused widespread contro controversy,
versy, controversy, has been suggested by
the Pacific Civic Council to' be
the principal speaker at the
Theodore Ixevelt centennial
celebrations in the Canal Zone
next November.
The suggestion was made in
a resolution pi fsed at a meet meeting
ing meeting of the Council last night.
It will be forwarded to the Ca Canal
nal Canal one commisiscn which is
planning ilie celebratkns on
the Isthmus of the centennial
of the birth of Roosevelt
Flood's name came on top of
the poll in h ;'t of distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished Americans including Gen
Douglas McArthur.
The Canal Zone celebrations
have been scheduled for the
week of Nov. 9 to 15 to mark
the anniversary of a visit
Roosevelt made to the Isthmus
52 years ago.
His visit was to inspect Canal
Construction work, and was the
first time a President of the
United States left the U S. while
in office.

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Be There A Woman With Soul

NEW YORK, July 10 (UPD
The maiden run of the nation's
only perfumed club car, exclu exclusively
sively exclusively for ladles wag a smash
success today as it hustled a a-long
long a-long the rails from Newark,
N.J.. to Manhattan.
In fact, there was so much
smashing on the ride that bed bedlam
lam bedlam rode along; as an uninvited
guest of the Hudson .and Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan Railroad Co.
The rushing was easily traced
to male photographers and

and Alfredo Rosales of Arral Arral-jan.
jan. Arral-jan. Harrington, 35, of Easton, Md
is a dock security chief at Rod
man. Swiatlowski. 25. of De

troit. Mich., is a life cuard. and
apparently as good on dry land
as ne is at tne station's swim
ming pool.
Air Force Searches
South Atlantic
For Rocket Debris
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., July
10 (UP!) An- Force recovs
ry boats scored the south Atlao
tic today for an experimental
rockei, nose cone and a tiny cap
tive mouse hurled into space in a
combination multary-scientuic mis
sile test.
The Air Force was keeping qui
et about the success of failure of
the mouse-carrying hybrid rocket
designed as a forerunner of the
missile expected to shoot for the
moon. After the firing last sight,
spokesmen said only that the mis
sue performed successfully.
was no mention of the
ssouse'a, fowl&JL&m
pace, icimjiose cons.
owever there .were indications
the recovery boats, -standing by
1,000 miles from Africa near the
Ascension Islands, were awaiting
daylight before starting the an
xious search for the mouse and
its equally important carrier.
The mouse and the nose cone
were sent into the heavens last
night atop the second stage of a
Vanguard rocket which in turn
was mounted on the first stage of
a lhor intercontinental ballistic
missile. It s.reaked southeastward
over the Atlantic tracking range,
trailing streaks of orange
flame.
Air Force officials al Cape Ca
naveral and the, test center's
headquarters at nearby Patrick
Air Force Base declined to dis discuss
cuss discuss details of the mouse's lone lonely
ly lonely flight 600 miles above the
Earth.
Fleming, McCone
Appointments
Okay By Senators
WASHINGTON (TJPll-The Sen
late today confirmed the
nomination of Arthur S. Fleming
to succeed Marion IB. Folsom as
Wrptarv of Health Fduration1
, rewiif.r? HealttrE 1
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It also approved the nomination
of John A. McCone of Los An
geles to be member of the
Atomic Energy Commission. Pres President
ident President Eisenhower was expected to
designate McCone to be AEC
chairman to succeed Adm. Lew;s
L. Strauss who declined re ap appointment.
pointment. appointment. c
Both nominations were ap approved"
proved" approved" by voice vote Without de debate.
bate. debate. Only a handful, of senators
were present.
The 53-year-old Fleming, a for former
mer former president of Ohio Wesleyan
University, recently headed the
Office of Defense Mobilization. He
Previously held a number of fed federal
eral federal posts in the Roosevelt, Tru Truman
man Truman and Eisenhower administra administrations.
tions. administrations. The 56-year-old McCone. who
has a variety of business inter interests,
ests, interests, held sub-cabinet posts in the
Defense Dpartment during the
administration of former Presi President
dent President Truman.
television crews aboard to re-
cord the historic ride. There
was at least one male for every
woman and each Aid plenty of
sweating, using every football
play in the book to line up pic pictures
tures pictures and interviews.
Coffee was served and spilled,
perfume, pastry, 'and candy
passed out and some of the
passengers almost did.
A little pleasantry called "elbow-room
was nowhere to be
seen.

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Bidding Completed
To Remodel Building
For Coco Solo School
The contracting firm of DiMcn
and Hickman made an apparent
low bid of $246,393 on the work of
remodeling the former bachelor
officers' quarters building at Co.
co Solo for use as a modern and
up-to-date school.
Close bidding featured the
hid
opening which took place yester.
day afternoon in the Panama Can Canal
al Canal Administration Buildig. Four
other local contractors, who enter,
ed of "ers on the work ranging from
$256,000 to $270,710, were Isthmian
Constructors Inc., E. O. Hauke
Construction Co., Bildon, Inc., and
Calvifio and Roquer.
According to the plans and spe spe-cifications,
cifications, spe-cifications, the former bachelor of.
ficers' quarters will be converted
into a school containing 15 class,
rooms, two kindergarten rooms, an
air conditioned audio visual room,
a c'inic, a library and several u.
tility rooms for use by the teach
ers and students.
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school library, two kindergartens
The clinic, all purpose room,
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and a teachers' lounge will be loc located
ated located on the ground floor.
The air conditioned audio-visual
room, several classrooms, includ.
ing two for the handicapped chil children
dren children oroeram. a teachers room
rooms, uic unite ui v..t.iyu.
and aTiook storage room are to be
on the second floor.
Eight classrooms, a teachers'
lounge will be located on the
ground f'oor.
The air conditioned audio-visual
room, several classrooms, includ including
ing including two for the handicapped chil.
dren program, a teachers' room
and a book storage room are to
be on the second floor.
Eight classrooms, a teachers'
room and space for book storage
will be on the third floor. All
classrooms will open on a balcony
facing Manzanillo Bay with en entrance
trance entrance on an open corridor runn running
ing running along one side of the building
The work should be completed
In approximately six months.

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So Dead That Men Annoy Her?

' Ladle on the historic run,
?ood-humored about the coll collusion,
usion, collusion, said gals have a right
to be alone on crowded trains
and buses. Vera Veaeley, a
business machine operator
from Fords, N.J., said:
"This is living. I hate to ride
with men next to me. They sit
with their legs far apart and
they don't give you room."
Celia Tillman, of (20 Reed
St) Jersey City, a secretary
who's been riding the line for

McElheny. next lieujknaart governor of the Canal ZAne, arrived

irith his family from New York aboard the Panama. Lin? Cristobal,
before leaving the ship with his Wife and their two children, Phil-

The
Judge's Bench

Gllberto Santiago, 33, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, was fined $10 by Judge
John E. Deming at Balboa Ma Magistrates
gistrates Magistrates Court today for being
found drunk in the Canal Zone.
A fine of $15 was imposed on
Felix Licorish Husband, 19, Pan-
n.mnnflan whn ua c fnnnrl onilhv
nf ririvinn at, Paraisn with in it a
valid operators license.
Rainfall In June
21 Below Normal
In Most Sections
Despite scattered showers
rain fall totals in the canal
Zone during the month of June
were approximately 21 per cent
below normal in all sections
except on the upper Gnagres
River, according to the month monthly
ly monthly weather report issued by the
Meteorological and Hydrogra Hydrogra-phic
phic Hydrogra-phic Branch.
The rainfall total in the Cha Cha-gres
gres Cha-gres River area was increased
by a local downpour on June
19 during which 5.34 inches of
rain was recorded. The mean
total at 11 weather stations
however, was 9.05 inches or 2.41
Inches below normal.
Both the average air tem temperature
perature temperature and the average rela relative
tive relative humidity were slightly
higher than normal during
June. The maximum tempera temperature
ture temperature of 93 degrees was record recorded
ed recorded at Madden Dam on June 15
and the minimum of 71 degrees
was reported from ine same
station on June 24.
Runoff from the entire Oa Oa-tun
tun Oa-tun Lake Basin was 24 per cent
below the 45-year average, the
report stated. From the basin
above Madden Dam, the runoff
was 19 per cent below the 45 45-year
year 45-year average.
more than two decades, had an
other reason for liking the "la "ladles
dles "ladles only" car:
"I've had experience in crowd crowded
ed crowded trains, buses and subways.
It's lust awful. Some men--well,
you know roving hands."
But a conductor predicted
the ladles won't like being sep separated
arated separated from men for long. He
ci.sk ori"
"How would you like It If men
didn't look at you on the way
to work?"
A good question.

Panama Governmne!
Buys CZ Equipment,
Will Make Drugs
The Panama government plans
lo have a laboratory for the pre preparation
paration preparation of pharmaceutical pro.
ducts in operation by next Janua.
ry, it was officially announced to today.
day. today. The laboratory equipment was
obtained at a "reasonable price''
from the Canal Zone by former
Labor and Health Minister Mrs.
Cecilia Remon, the announcement
said.
According to Carlos R. Moreno,
administrative chier of the Labor
and Health Ministry, operation of
the laboratory will constitute a
considerable annual savins for the
government on the purchase of
pharmaceutical products for gov.
ernment hospitals and dispensa dispensaries.
ries. dispensaries. At present the centra1 warehouse
of the Public Health Department
is h ncHing orders for government
institutions totaling $31,000 a
month.

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i pearl-handled revolver, iwo-
gun-pacWnf Texan Peggyl
Whatley provides some pub publicity
licity publicity for Tort Worth's Dioneer(
celebration.

Public Occasions
Cut Way Down
On Study Mission

Milton Eisenhower, brother of the President, wilt bf
making few if any public appearances during his forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming stay in Panama. He is due to arrive at Tocumen
from Washington Saturday evening, and will leave
Wednesday morning.
Officials charged with organizing his tour already
once delayed following the attacks on Vice President
Richard M. Nixon in Caracas and Lima emphasize that
the Eisenhower "study mission" will concentrate on hud

dles with government officials and experts rather than

public "goodwill" appearances.

Foreign Minister Miguel
Eisenhower would be a "very
oft Panama during his stay
No official spokesman

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President s brother and personal representative meet the
students at the University. He said tht students would
guarantee Eisenhower's safety, but he would be welcome
to bring U.S. security agents with him if he wished.
However, Arellano Lennox was firm in stating that
no representatives of Panama's National Guard nor the
Secreta would be welcome on the autonomous university's

campus.
Eisenhower is expected to arrive
at Tocumen about 5 p.m. Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. He will be welcomed at the
airport by foreign ministr More
no and other Panamanian otn otn-cials,
cials, otn-cials, and a US Embassy team
headed by ambassador Julian F.
Harrington.
During his stay here Eisenhow
er will live at the us fcmDassy
residence on La Cresta. Also lay laying
ing laying at the residence will be his
daughter Ruth, who is acting as
his Official hostess on the trip,
and assistant secretary of slate
for Latin American Affairs, Roy
Rubottom Jr., and Mrs. Rubot Rubot-tom.
tom. Rubot-tom. The remaining members of the
Eisenhower party will stay at El
Panama HiKon.
Eisenhower will pay courtesy
calls on Canal Zone Gov. W i 1-
liam E. Potter, and Lt. Gen.
Ridgeway C. Gaither, commander
in chief, Caribbean Command, but
his mission is principally in Pa
nama.
A University Students U n o n
statement issued today by Arrella
no Lennox and members of the
union s executive commiuee sain:
"The visit of the personal re
presentative of the President of
the United States gives Panama
nian citizens and students an op
portunity to directly present iheir
clear and just demands. .
"The U.S. hat interpreted th
treatment handed to" vie presi president
dent president Nixon ai evidence that
Latin Americans will no longer
tolerate exploitation, broken
promises and non compliance
with contractual obligations.
State Department officials now
turn to Latin' America not to

Demos Rap Use of 3 Military Planes
To Fly Milton From Vacation Resort

MILWAUKEE (UPD -Dr. Mil Milton
ton Milton Eisenhower's use of three mil
itary planes Tuesday to fly from
a vacation resort to Washington
was sharply criticized yesterday
by Wiscopsin Democrats.
Two Fifth Army planes flew
from Fort Sheridan, III
to Land
O'Lakes, Wis., to pick up the
President's brother, his daughter
Ruth, and their luggage They
were flown 100 mites to Wausau,
Wis., where an Air Force 'win 'win-engine
engine 'win-engine Convair was waiting to
take them to Washington.
A White House statement yes yesterday
terday yesterday said the flights were "ar "arranged
ranged "arranged for the convenience of th
government" in order to give Dr.
Eisenhower time to prepare for a
PAViimmAnt.annncnrM nr.nriv
trip
to Latin America.
I Sen. William Proxmira, stats

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J. Moreno Jr. said today that
welcome and honored auest'
here.
has linked Milton Eisenhow
from public view with tht
tell us what to do but to hear
what we yearn for.
"The Union's executive commit committee
tee committee considers that the visit of the
brother of President Eisenhower
is a unique opportunity for the.
people themselves, represented by
their purest organizations stu.
dent and labor organizations to
present frank and straightforward
arguments which interpret t h e
feeling and the struggle of 54
years of republican life, without
the use of political intermediaries
nor asphyxiating protocol.
"We have no doubt thtt dif.
ferent groups will seek to avoid
this conversation taking place,
because it will represent a
threat to their personal aspira.
tiont. And these groups will
come up. .with acts of vie.
lence, disorder and chaos, with
personal insults and libel.
"There will rise up individuals
from a new nationality existing
in the Canal Zone, who. .sea the
end of their days of comfort,
which they can't get not even in
the United States, and (what wor.
ries them most) the end of pre.
dominance over the natives.
"All these dissimilar groups. .
wi'l join forces at this time to
try to stop the talks from taking
place.
"The people of Panama must
be on the alert for these organiz organized
ed organized groups. .
"Let Milton Eisenhower come to
hear us, and not to dictate to us.
Let him talk with public officials,
but he must also do so with the
people and the students. . .so
that he can become aware ol'feal
social and economic conditions of
the people of Panama. .
Democratic Party Chairman Fat Fat-rick
rick Fat-rick Lucey, and ex Chairman
Philleo Nash joined in the harsh
criticism following the flights.
Lucey chimed in that "use by
private citizens of military equip equipment
ment equipment has become the areeoted
I thing' under the Eisenhower ad
ministration.
Col. T. J, ztjih. Fifth Army
spokesman in Chicago, said tht
request for the planes came from
a militai-y aide at the White
House. Ryan said the two planes
were necessary to get Dr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower from Land flf Lake to Wau Wausau
sau Wausau because the educator's car
had broken down. He termed the
request "a perfectly routine re request,
quest, request, a simple matter of cour-
tesy to provide transportation
for a member of the President's
official household"

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Sir:
I fear that your public has missed the significance of that
expressive but suotie letter signea oy "iiaiety department Boosv
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beriodic demonstrations and dream of the day when we can
ifoin the ranks of those chosen lew. It is a wonderful feeling
(to think that some aay, we can go out and spend 50 for a
ITi--i ui t .i,wir.h i,o can snsnend the unarm

lorTbetter yet, go to Gorgas and have our nose pierced to hang
hhe charm to its best advantage.
r We are thrilled when the Great White Father or members
Lf his court and privy council stand before those dangerous
flashbulbs while bestowing tnose sacred tokens. We tingle in
fccstacy when we hear those sterling and soul-searching words
C'You should have been here when we came" and We had a
liard time working and living in those years.
Oh we are amy impresseo that in the twenties, thirties ana
forties,' working and living conditions were bad. A wife never
knew just what condition her husband would return, il.it on
his back or staggering on his own two feet. The hazards were
unsumountable improvements made, note how
Ihe equipment and machinery has improved over the years;
tote that now more vessels transit the canal with fewer em employed
ployed employed personnel on the rolls; note the low rate of compensa-
Thiffla all due to those special key-carrying member? who
are a representative and outstanding backdrop for the success of
the Safety people. ... .,
It has nothing to do with the fact that sickness or illness result resulting
ing resulting from vour work is completely unrecognized and may even get
you dismis'sed from the Civil Service rolls as a malingerer. Nor has
the fact that there is no such thing as sick leave any bearing on the
matter. Unless you lose an arm or a leg or an eye, when you are
injured too badly to report to work, just stay home and charge it to
annual leave. In that way, you don't create that terrible thing called
"disabling injury time loss."
It is possible that you too can get a safety charm if you can
last the Panama Canal the necessary years of servitude. Just re remember
member remember to file the necessary form for annual leave and help your
poor suffering supervisor from filing those long complicated accident
reports, and the big white numbers outside your shop can increase
daily.
There are a few who just don't qualify for the hazardous part.
For tbem, there is the nandlettered certificate. And then there are
other certificates for supervisors and foremen and all other "bosses
for one year safety records. Oh, in time you could cover a wall with
these pretty white hand-lettered squares. Each one with seven cents
Will get you a cup of coffee in the Service Club with canned milk and
ugar, too.
- We fear, though, that the boys with adding machines for fingers
W. nt hmnv ai this exnense. In line with the requirement that

ovorvthiRg done for the employe must show a profit And after all,
aifety is for fife employe's well being. VTe anticipate That soon, the
award lecipient will be asked to pay a small token amount to de defray
fray defray the cost of the award and a small portion to support the non nonproductive
productive nonproductive or income-producing portions of the Panama Canal Com Company.
pany. Company. We bow our head in reverence at the austute safety people who
have to bolstered our morale and have shown us thr way. If we can
last 20 or even 30 vears with the Panama Canal, we too will stand
1n the hallowed circle next to (he sacred potentate from the air-conditioned
monkev cage to receive our shore of flashbulb burn.
We offer one last frightful thought, though There is danger in
Ihat flashbulb business: a bulb might burst causing injury from fly flying
ing flying particles or the high light intensity could cause burn to the eye eyeballs
balls eyeballs or the heat from the flashbulbs coiilfl cause heat rash and
sweat irritation. Perhaps, there is need for a special citation to
those who are constantly exposed to flashbulbs,
i S. D. Booster II.

Labor News
And
Comment

1 Cannot Judge the Fairness of the Nagy Verdict.

-.

STAMP COLLKCTUK
Blr:
I would like to exchange postage stamps with anyone in Panama
I or the Canal Zone. There are many empty spaces in my album. If
anvone on the Isthmus wants Americans stamps, would they please
write to me I would also like a picture postcard of a nice building
In Panama to add to my collection of cards from all over the world.
Bernard Gundersheim,
2824 N. Hackett Ave.,
Milwaukee, II, Wis.

POST OFFICE DELAY

Sir

fl i L. , i .1. 1 nnrt r?fiiA In ni-aur ennio mnnflP nut of

r, I Wmi til U1C lll.HUUil lu "JO" "ViiJt .i.w.v,. r.u. ...
my savings there. When the gentleman apparently in charge asked
ine how much I wanted, and I told him only $500, he said I must
write him a memorandum containing my request and then give him
30 day to carry it out. I told him I thought this was something new,
and asked him lo see the circular reqiVring such a procedure. I
gather neither he or any of his assistants could find it.
Taxpayer.

CONSUMERS COOPERATIVES
liir:
Sjf -I find it a shame that the Consumers Cooperative Movement Is
ICtjeing endangered by a small group of persons who, although they
're employed by the US government in responsible positions which
"they fill well, seem short on the specialized Knowhow required to run
luch a movemem
VS Their handling of the affairs of the "Cooperativa de Consumo
y TtUiama, R.L." is. in my opinion, not up to the standard of their
handling of their US government jobs.
2 The cooperative has two businesses? in operation, a gasoline
filling station and a grocery store. For approximately a year and a
half the gasoline station has operated, and continues to operate, in
I':' -file red. Part of the deficit is made up from the small profits yielded
iby the grocery store
This naturally has brought about a gradual depletion of the coo
jPeratlve's cash reserves. But do (he directors close the filling sta station
tion station to oluB this financial leak? No. thev are afraid of therein- Insine

iSjjiwtatige. I suggest they will lose more prestige if bankrupicy ulti-

ipmateiy causes them to close both the gas station and the store.
Member.

FOURTH OF JULY

Why is it that some pejle can see only one part of a celebra celebration?
tion? celebration? "No Kidding'' (Mail Box, July til could only remark about the
July 4th parade Did she or he ever !op to think that the people in
the paraoe cjnif out. and tried while a lot of Americans on the Zone
&LA not even fly their flag to commemorate the 4th of July.
Sadtoother thing, did "No Kidding" just attend the parade, or did
the or he attend the celebration at the Amenran Legion Club in the
afternon?
The Margarita Civic Council and the new Coco Solo Civic Coun Coun-.Cil
.Cil Coun-.Cil held observances all day long, bul what did the civic councils on
,th pecific side do-1 Nothing!
My hat is off to the American Legion, the D.A.V V F.W.,
AriW, Nvy "" Air Force, and all the other organizations for mak mak-,iag
,iag mak-,iag tht attempt thai made July 4th a grand and glorious 4th.
Patriotic American.

Victor Riesel is on his way to
Europe to uig up ana report
new Behind-the-scenes stories on
tnis irom. ioday, wnne ne it
n route, his guest columnist
columnist is crusaaing noucrl
Kennedy, counsel to the Senate
beiett Committee on Improper
Activities in the Labor or Man Management
agement Management Field, with some excit exciting
ing exciting revelations, even now after
two years on probing.
By ROBERT F. KENNEDY
WASHINGTON The investiga investigative
tive investigative worn we have clone ihe nrst
year nas reveaieu that mere is ai
America touay an increuiDie and
hiuuen weo oi underworiu enter enterprise.
prise. enterprise. Tnis underworld is not tne

l ngineni oi a ue.ective Siory writ

er s imagination. It is a real anu
preseni uaiiger to ihe economy oi
our nation, poweriul, cunning,
well-orgaaued anu niianceu.
So successfully masked have
been tnese opeia.ious uiai uiey
seldom are exposed to the public
eye. The Keiauver CommiLe es established
tablished established a milestone in this lieia.

It cleany demonstrated the conti continuing
nuing continuing operation of illicit vice by
a nationwide syndicate and tire
reaping of huge profits from
gambfing, pros.itution and narco narcotics.
tics. narcotics. Yet, if the first year of uur
Committee's effort is to tell us
anyuimg n is, nrst, ihat me un underworld
derworld underworld has become increasingly
poweriul as a lac.or in tne na nation's
tion's nation's economy and, second, that
this has neen accomplished throuu
its active infiltration into a so so-called
called so-called legitimate enterprises, busi businesses
nesses businesses and labor unions.
Following the repeal ei the
' Volstead Act, the gangsters and
hoodlums who had grown rich
on prohibition sought new fielis
of endeavor. In addition to in intensifying
tensifying intensifying their other vie oper operations,
ations, operations, a number went into Ihe

labor field. This was fertile
ground, as they quickly discov discovered,
ered, discovered, because it gave the hood hoodlum
lum hoodlum a chance to control large
sums of money, put him in a
position to txiort and, as they
subsequently learned, to control
and dominate certain key facets
of the economy. Others went
actively into business.
In both fields, indentifying and
documenting the hoodlums' activi activities
ties activities by law enforcement agencies
became far less simple than it
had been before. The thug in the
turtleneck sweater disappeared to
a great extent, and gave way to
the racketeer in the grey busi business
ness business suk, surrounded bv a small

army of legal and accounting ad advisors
visors advisors who cunningly cover the
trail of his operations.
Dummy corporations could be
set up; double sets of books kept;
hidden bank accounts maintained.
All this, of course, not only adds
to the task of law enforcement,
but also serves to underline Ike
importance of their work. It is
much easier to cope with an ene enemy
my enemy you can see.
In the underworld, however, wc
face an adversary who is n o w
largely unseen, whose influence at
all levels of our social and ceo
nomic life is far greater than
mos; people realize. The Commit Committee's
tee's Committee's task is the important one of
determining what new laws are
necessary to deal with this prob problem.
lem. problem. On the labor side of the picture,
as our hearings demonstrated,
such bigjtimc racketeers as Frank

(The Enforcer) Nitti, Big Mike
Carozzo, Three-Fingered Jack
White, and George (Red) Barker!

moved in on tne construction in industry
dustry industry in Chicago, setting up Dho Dho-ny
ny Dho-ny associations and infiltrating the
Teamsters and Operating Engi Engineers'
neers' Engineers' Unions in whav became a
giant shakedown. The mob called
the shots and Illinois road con con-tractors
tractors con-tractors paid tribute of so many

dollars for every yard of con concrete
crete concrete they poured.
This same Capone mob movca i
in on the Building Service Em-1
ployes' Union ana part of t.iat

came uhder the complete domi domination
nation domination of such thugs as Anthony
(Little Augie) Carfano, and George
Scalise.
Throughout the country, in
certain important parts of labor,
this story was repeated. Abner
(Longie) Zwillman controlled u u-nlons
nlons u-nlons in New Jersey. "Tough
Tony" Anastasia took over the
Brooklyn waterfront section of
the Longshoremen's Union.
On the business side, the rac racketeers
keteers racketeers went into businesses
which deal with cash, coin-operated
machines as juke boxes.
In addition, they entered other
businesses such as trucking, gar
mnt manufacturing and import
ing.
These latter, in addition to serv serving
ing serving the important function of

fronts, have the common denomi

nator of being useful as a conduilt
of narcotics. Thus, importers of

cheese and olive oil are in posi position
tion position to smuggle narcotics with
their legitimate goods.
Truckers who make stops for
loads on the waterfront are in po position
sition position to pick up illegal loads of
drugs.
Mobsters associated with the
textile and garment industries are
in position to get their hands on
acetic anhydride and sulphuric a a-cid,
cid, a-cid, which are the ingredients us used
ed used for the conversion of crude o o-pium
pium o-pium into heroin.
The Committee expects to de devote
vote devote much of it time this year
to an exposure of the situation
that exists in the United States at
the present time in an effort to
formulate legislation to deal with
the problems. In order to do the
work properly and thoroughly, we
need the help and assistance of
the law abiding citizens who
have information essential to our
investigation.

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Passport For Paul Robeson

It is a good thing, it seems to
me, that the Stale Department
has issued a passport to i'aul
Kooeson after bottling him up
since 1950 because of his refusal
to answer questions abou, wheth whether
er whether he was a Communist or no'.
Keeping him home under house
arrest made him look slightly
martyr-ish.
Now he is free to go to Europe
to London, precisely and 1 a in

willing to bet you that the Brit British
ish British meet him in exactly tiie
same mood they met Charlie
Chaplin a who-needs-you mood

unless Robeson's singing is si ill

standard and exceeds his ideologies.

tor Robeson and Chaplin are
almost exact,, fjounterpar.s, enter entertainers
tainers entertainers Who fell but ;of entertain entertaining
ing entertaining into the uncharted minefields
of other people's politics. Anybody
in show business can tell you that
the buffoon who wants to play
Hamlet has ever been headed lor
trouble.
iBoth men rejected the country
which gave them wealth and
fame in favor of a country, Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, which gave them nothing but

By BOB RUARK

headaches.
Chaplin's comedy vanished when
he took himself serious.
Robeson's vast talents singing,
football, law, even boxing disap disappeared
peared disappeared in the public eye when

he started shouting Red docinne
from any stump he could ind.
i Last year Cnaplin was boo'ed
in London, since 1 was there
When "A King in New York" o-
! pned and was able to read the
jeering appreciation of the nasty
Tittle man. Heaven knows, our
cousins are eager enough to ap applaud
plaud applaud a criticism of America, but
Chaplin's ill-mannered, ill-tempered,
unfunny blast at the U.S. got
itself mud-slung in Brl.ain.

If the recent three-piece series
in the Saturday Evening Post if
accurate, and I have no reason

to question its accuracy, Chaplin

is no more beloved in his newly

adopted Switzerland thai he was

in America. Nor is his art and
it was an art appreciated any
more against the dingy shadow
of the ex-artist.
Egotism, political or 0 herwisp,
generally winds up in the junk
heap of. public opinion. As one

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, British rlewspaper said, to spit at

a cuuuiry- wnicn gave you every everything,
thing, everything, thiougn the lips of a child
Chaplin's own son, who played
in his movie is a horrid thing.
Robeson has been spitting
througn his own lips at his coun country,
try, country, of which he is a citizen, since

ue got omen Dy tne Kussian oug
and even sent his own son to be
educated in Russia.
He yelled as loudly as thai 0D1-.
er pampered native, Josephine
Baker, who has. lived abroad
most of her life, mostly marry marrying
ing marrying white people, but who came
back to scream that she had ob observed
served observed lynchings and that one lit
tie winie boy had complained lo
his papa that he had been prom promised
ised promised he could kill a "nigger" that
day.
Robeson hatl nbining to yell a a-bout,
bout, a-bout, really, on the color side, as
the National Association for the
Advance men; of Colored People
will be the first to tell, you since
he was integrated ever since he
was an All-American at Rutgeri,
a first-rate boxer, a Phi Betsa
Kappa, and one of the foremost
singers of his time.
I like io recall the rather anti anti-racial
racial anti-racial line he used, according to
Alexander Wollcrttf in "Whila

Rome Burns," a book of more
than 20 years ago, in which you
could read both anti-Semitism and
anti-Negroism. This statement al also
so also was published years back in
this columrC but begrs reneti'ion.
On one occasion, says WoUcott
on Pa?e 124, Jerome Kern want
ed Robeson tn rnme Hnwn 9 n rl

n "01' Man River" for Oscar
Hammersein, who had written
the words.
Mrs. Robeson, far lighter in co color
lor color than her husband, being of
mixed Negro and Jewish blood,
"d iMistody of .he privy nurse
He (Paul) wanted two dollars for
the taxi fare. But Kern was so
ing to drive him down. She knw
he wduH need onlv fare for the
ride back. One dollar would b
plnfv.
" 'AW, go on,' he said, 'be all
nijger and give me the two
I can say only one thing to
Robeson, now he's free to adver advertise
tise advertise lis ahrnarl Porno ln vnn fit

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WASHINGTON Pink. faced

Willi turv. President EixAnhnurar

verbally ripped the brass buttons

on nis i-acmc commander, Adm.
Felix Stump, the other day at
a secret strategy session at the
Quantico, Va., Marine Base.
Ike Strode into the rnnierenr-e

room while Stump was reporting

on me rar cast.
"The Par-ifir i vital n h 1.

curity of the United States," the

aamirai naa just iinisned. saying.

is 01 tne tease oowea Dy tne
President's Presence, he aHriert

bluntly: "Asia can be lost, but
does not have to be if we do the
right things and do them in lime,
"We have onlv (rinse friends

le t in Asia," he charged, "and
we are not backine them ud."

He told of a visit witn the Shah
of Iran who had complained that
America., "tend tn an to av

treaties' and cannot be depended,

upon, tne state Department takes
a position fer or against, then
plunges ahead on a policy line
that permits no middle PrrMinrf.s

Stump quoted the Shah as say saying.
ing. saying. '..
By thjs time, the hair was
bristling ,on the back of. I k e's
neck, but Stump went oiT
"Our naval forces in the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific are inadequate," he declared.
He complained that his carriers
were "weiring out," yet he lack,
ed funds to. repair or .replace
them.
"This talk of Army reduction
in -the Pacilic," he added, "is un unrealistic
realistic unrealistic Unless the forces are
more than replaced by modern
weanohs."

He urged using atomic weapons

ui any iuiure noreas.
"Our friend in Asia fr

won't use them or will wait too

long, ne said.
Stump ended up with a sharp
warning against "our shortsighted
disregard for" our own security."
IKE SEES RED
Ike was now sitting stiffly in
hrs chair, the anger surging in a
red tide up his' face.
Deputy Oe ense Secretary Don
aid Quarles, who was presiding
apparently sensed that Ike was
suppressing a volcano and wanton

to erupt.
"Mr. President, would you care
to say a, few words?" Quarles
invited with a nervous smile.
The President stomped up to
lu, rlosum nd acknowledged
that he; Ml. a few things to say
which might -take 20 minutes or
so. ; ; - ;
Then, referring to $tump biting,
ly as "that admiral,"' Ike. olister
arvfeWs''' "ntrrow P1
f Anyone ;whoA'takes narrow
view, that one area should have
priority over another," he snap,
ped, is not thinking right. We
have no- priorities.'
Later he .contradicted himself
by stating that we have only li
mited funds and "must let first
things come, first."
Ike Was SO fnrinnc Mini u. i i

tripntM over his tongue and

jumDjing his words. After 10 mio
utes of lettinf off .t. u v"-

gan to cool off. He ended up with
a plea lor teamwork.
ei3,k,filC? W.h reChM h8h
ranK, ne said, "must put aside
his loyalty to his particular serv.
ice and work for the country ,s
a whole.
Several generals and admirals
thT With the imPssion
n he .stru1 g'nst
world Communism. Ike seemed
more concerned about team play
than winning,
GERMAN IRE ROUSED
Warning Secretary of State Dul Dulles
les Dulles not to treat "our wishes So
lightly," Count Hcinrich von Bren.
tano .anorted his disapproval the
other day of a aompromise plan
to pay German iridustriiilists $150,.
000.000 for war-seized property.
The West German Foreign Min

liter called on Dulles in his of.

nee ror a lata mat was supposed
to be strictly confidential. Howev
er; this column can report what
was said.
- w "' i
Von Brentaho demanded an ac accounting
counting accounting ,r jin Dulles w what he
waa doing io reiurn MO,000,000
worth of German property that
had been confiscated as World
War II reparations. Von Brenta.
no's words carried a veiled
threat that Germany could make
it uncomfortable for American po
Ucy in Europe.

Dulles brought in his deputy
undersecretary, Doug Dilon, to
report on his efforts to push a bill
through Congress. StumbUna or
WOrdS. Dillon brnke Hi. k.j

, -n leaaaj, UflU
news that J150,0Q0,000 was the

most congress would vote.
"You have to remember that
some members of Congress likt
Sen George Smathers (D Fla.),
don t like this," the undersecreta
car -.: j a. ..m, ... .

j irrautajB out. "tney tninK it's a
giveaway and frequently say so.
Smathers might be strong enough
in the Senate to defeat any re.
turn bill."
Unimpressed, von Brentano re re-p'led
p'led re-p'led crisply that $150,000,000
would be "obviously unacceptable"
to important German corporations
He asked the 'State Department
to support a bill along the lines
introduced by South Carolina's
Sen. Olin Johnston, who wants to
return the full $600,000,000.
Such a measure "would cause
us a lot of grief in Congress,"
warned Di lon, ''and would wind
up producing nothing at all."
DULLES AGREES
Dulles backed up Dillon with
the advice that the Germans had
better take what they can get
now and perhaps discuss a larg larger
er larger settlement later.
"I've spent a lot of time per.
suadlng the President that this is
the thing to do," the Secretary
said.
Von Brentano reminded Dulles
that the President had promised
"an equitable monetary return."
The enmnrnmi.se hi 1 he .nnrt

, auvii.
ed, "is far from what your Presi-

aent promised us last summer.
tn f.nl if ah L I

u i.v, it, is iu uuuigui repuuia.
tion of that, nrnml.se Vnii are mak

ing a mistake," he warned, "is
treating our wishes so lightly."

mines and union made anothel
appeal to the German Foreigs
Minister to aonrnve th enmnrnm

ise settlement.

'I' am tint in niMllilt. 4. .M

ptove or dlspojrqye- legislation
which is to btv sufcmittetl to your
Congress;,"' he retorted starchily.
Noticeahlv stiffening Tlillnn chnl

back that he had had misgivings
about the return policy all along
and that the State Tlenartmenl

would now have to "reconsidei
ity position."!

Dulles trier tn emnnth Aval tha

rupture by hackslapping von Bren.

iano out tne aoor ana promising
to advise him personally of fu

ture decisions.
As a result -of the German's de.
mand for the whole pie instead pi
a juicy slice, he may now getoo getoo-thing
thing getoo-thing at all.

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Veterans Again Can
Now Buy Life Insurance
At Old WW li Rates

Let us tell you how you can
still apply for an old line legal
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similar to your old NSL1 plan.
If you are under age 46 and
In good health, you may qual qualify
ify qualify (usually without physical
examination) for the same basic
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Slightly higher rates for older
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No obligation, tear out this
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HOLLYWOOD NEA) Be Behind
hind Behind the Screen: A year ago pals
of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis
keptt hem apart to avoid blood bloodshed.
shed. bloodshed. Today the long, hot feud
has turned into fuel for good hu humor
mor humor for both of them, it may not
mean a reteaming both are click clicking
ing clicking as singles but blood pressure
are down to the point where Dean

soowea up tor one 01 jerry s xv
rehearsals for a chat and then
bowed out, unscarred, after say saying.
ing. saying. "Well. Jerry, lots of bad luck."
Couple of days later Jerry show showed
ed showed up for one of Dean's rehears rehearsals
als rehearsals and made a safe exit on the
words:
"Well, Dean, lota of bad luck."
Cary Grant's mind-over-matter
diet "I eat and drink every everything.
thing. everything. I remain thin and fit be because
cause because I think fit" is a new one.
Three months ago, Grant told me:
"T remain fit and thin because

I swim 25 laps in my swimming
pool every day and have a daily

1UUUWBU. f

Word for the new sack-style
bathing suits froir Charles Drake
"Bagkinis."
Fred Astaire and NBC are talk
ing about a half-hour musical
show for TV next season. Fred,
I hear, would like to do more sing singing
ing singing than dancing. . Tunesmttn
Sammv Cahn is threatening t

write a song titled, "How Do You
Join the Trio Who've Been Gift,
ed by Trujillo?" . There will be

no more Me rarzan you jane
talk for Tarzan now that he wilt
be swinging on the electronic ca

bles. The series for TV will hav?

Gordon Scott playing it literate
and talking fluently in poetic language.

News Item: "NBC-TV Cracks

Down on 'Casual Brutality' in

Violence as something casual
may confuse some script writers
but I became casually violent the
other night while watching "The
Californians," an NBC series. One
of the villains in an old-time

Bells Ring For
Paul Anka at 16

By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEA) The road
from 'Blau Wile De Beest Fon Fontaine"
taine" Fontaine" to "Let the Bells Keep
Ringing'' has been a short one
and a merry one. It's the career
oi 16-year-old Paul Anka, the
jigning-composer of Ottawa.
'Blau Wile De Beest Fontaine
was the first song roly-poly Paul
ever wrote. That was 8 long
time ago, when he was 13. The ti title
tle title phrase is, Paul thinks, a Bo Boer
er Boer expression. He doesn't know
what it means, but he read it in
a book and liked the sound so sat
down and wrote a song.
"Let the Bells Keep Ringing,"
not tn t.ho end of the road, is

Paul's latest, which he wrote and
tinrte All hi current ABC-Para-

himount release. It seems to be
headed for a hit, like several of
his creations.
Paul Anka is the son of a Sy Syrian
rian Syrian restaurateur in Ottawa. Mu Music
sic Music was always in him, and it
just naturally came out. Last
year, it exploded.
"I'd been after my folds," he
vc th let me come to New

York. They weren't with it, but
when my school marks began to
fall off I was spending all my

time writing songs they said
n v T had n introduction tO'Don

Costa at ABC-Paramount and two
(lavs later I had a contract.'

Paul is now on leave of ab absence,
sence, absence, from high school, planning
to finish next yeafraere in New
York. AU the money he's making
is going into a trust fund, and he
gets only a small allowance.
"T Hnn't need much." he says.

"I don't care about carrying $100

bills. I only neea one car. u i
need anything, I get it. If I need
. nair nf chftfiC T fpt them."

He considers himself a lucky

'Look at all the work Gershwin
land those men put in on their
'songs,' he says. "And here am, I,

a kid from Canada, and I knocK
somethine out and it's a hit.

Someday I'd like to write good

songs."

alhuma in the initial release fea

ture Pearl Bailey, Don Ameche,

Jimmie Rodgers, Paulette God-

dard, Virginia Mayo, Ariene uam,
Fernando Lamas, George Raft and
Cesar Romero.

Hugo Montenegro, just named
musical director of the new 20th
Fnv Riwnrs savs he's having

"the time of my life" in his new

job.

"Of course," he says, "iney re
talrinc a rhanre on a comDarative

unknown, but I think I'm up to

the job. I have no aouDt mat
within a very short time, 20th

Fox will be on a par with the

majors."
Montenegro's firsj single is a
lovely instrumental version of 4A

Certain Smile" and "Little sere

nade." If he keeps this up, he'll

live up to his hope.

western plot was wearing a wrist

wateni

Kim Novak hat been listening

to some "fatherly" talk from the
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lips oi ner new uoiumma aiutuo
bosses. It da.es back to when Kim
left the "I've Cot Secret" set.

She may still have some, but not

many.
Not in the Script: Writer

Georee Enelund. about the COL

fused life ir Hnllvwood: 'Frank

ly I don't know what I want, but
I'm not going to be happy until
I get it."

The Witnet- Sher-kv Grer.np

introducing his comedy act in Las
Vnffai? "I'm annearine for the

first time behind these footlights

and incidentally, tnese 'ooi
lights are made of real feet."

This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:

One movie producers "necessary
ingredient" for successful horror
films. He informs all of his writers:
"Give me sympathetic monsters."

ANDY WILLIAMS moving in

to Pat Boone's TV time for the

summer is an eyebrow-inter.
Twelve years ago, when she was
Shirlev Folev. Andy dated the

crirl who ia now Mrs. Pat. . .MG

best movie block-buster in years

is (zigi, witn Leslie garon, miu miu-rice
rice miu-rice Chevalier and Louis Jourdan.

Words and music re by "My Fair

Lady" authors, Alan Jay Lerner
and Frederick Loewe. who didn't

want "Mv Fair Lady" on the

until pvhanstinff its stat!e

possibilities. So they set "Gigi" to
music and it's jutt as good as "My
Fair Lady." . Good-news note:
Louie Prima and Keely Smith will
be regulars on MUton Berle's new
TV show next season.
The hard sell has become the
poetic sell for British press agents.
Thev are beating the publicity

drums for the movie, "Horror of
Dracula," with poetry:
"The vampire lies in watting in
the shadows of the tomb,
"And the dead drip red in the
blood-sodden gloom."
Ah, yes, we add:
'And press agens who write
versp shall blush

"If the Dracula movie doesn't

start a box-office rush."

MAJ. WILLIAM E. BROCKMEIER receives hie gold leaves from
USARCARIB comptroller Col. William E. Eckles at a surprise
ceremony held last week in honor of the major's promotion.
(U.S. Army Photo)

Administration Wants Senate

To Restore Foreign Aid Cut

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WASHINGTON (UPI) The
administration opened a fight in
the Senate today to restore
part of the 872 million dollars
chopped by the House from Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's $3,950,092,jOO
foreign aid program.

Undersecretary oi state u. uou uou-glas
glas uou-glas Dillon, the State Depart Department's
ment's Department's top economic official, laid

the administration's case before

the Senate Appropriations com committee.
mittee. committee. He made a special plea
for the so-called development loan

fund

He said a 325 million dollar

Wnuse cut in the fund, used to

finance economic development
project in poorer nations, might
kill U.S. chances for winning the

allegiance of neutral nations in

the cold wa-.
Warning against a "too little
too-late" policy, Dillon said Rus
sia was moving into underdevel

oped areas with "increasing vig vigor."
or." vigor." He warned against any ac
tinn that would force leaders of

neutral nations to turn to "ex
tremist. leaders."

The administration wants the

Senate to restore the full $3,675, $3,675,-592,500
592,500 $3,675,-592,500 aid program authorized by
Congress last month. The House
cut the program to $3,078,092,500
when it approved the appropria appropriations
tions appropriations bill despite strong pleas by

Hi Prealdent.

Senate Democratic Leader Lvn

don B. Johnson, a member of the

Senate Annronriations Committee.

has said the Senate would restore
part of the House cut. But such
critics of the aid urogram as Sen.

Allen J. Eiienaer (u-la.) were

ready for a fight.
Dillon testified behind closed
doors as the Senate committee
opened some 10 days of hearings.
His prepared testimony was made
public by committee chairman
Carl Hayden (D-Ariz.).
Dillon was questioned closely
during the two hour hearing,
mainly conceding that the cuts in
the development loan fund would
be the most difficult to push
thnnqh the Senate.
nillnn substituted for Secretary

r i Vr Dulles, who

accompanied the President to

nccriov I in) r

Charlottesville Sets

Standards Designed

To Slow Integration

r U A R T.OTT ESVILLE Va

(UPI) The Charlottesville school

board, faced with a September

desegregation deadline set by a
federal court and 31 Negro appli applications
cations applications for white schools, has

adopted the three-point "battle

plan to prevent school Integra.

tion.

The nlan. formulated bv school

board attorney John S. Battle Jr.

in cooperation with Gov. J. Land,
say Almond and Arty. Gen. Al.

bertis S. Harrison, was adopted

unanimously by the bord last

night.

It was devised to set standards
whereby Negroes could be dis

qualified from transferring to
white schools for other reaons

than race.
Battle, however, would not pre predict
dict predict what effect his plan might
have nor what federal court re.

action to it might be and warned

tne people of Charlottesville not
"to think it fthe school hoard) has

found a solution to this problem."

ine pian estamisnes a new
school zoning system; sets up a
committee of five persons from
the city school system to inter interview
view interview all Negroes seeking to enter

wnite scnoois; ana requires an
transfer applicants to take a ser.
ies of scholastic tests.
The zoning system, details of
which are still to be worked out,
ruled that any child living in the
district of a school occupied by
another race shall be reassigned
to a district served by a school
for his own race and further re.
stricts a child to enrollment in

the school of the district to which
he is assigned.
The interviewing committee,
still to be appointed, is to deter,
mine the probable effect on the
student concerned of his or her
transfer to a school of another
race; determine whether the
transfer actually is in accord,
ance with the wishes of the stu student's
dent's student's parents; and, according to
Battle, determine the "bona fide
reason" behind the transfer re request.
quest. request. Battle said the tests, to be ad.
ministered to all transfer appli

cants by July 25, are to determine
the "proper grade level" of the

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were scheduled to testify tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Dillon told the committee that
ineffective aid programs in under underdeveloped
developed underdeveloped nations "could lose us
the cold war by default." He
said these areas have turned into
the critical battlefield of the East East-West
West East-West struggle.

: One on the more interesting
new recording ideas is Roulette's
new "Co-Star"' series. The first
14 albums in this set are just
out, and if you've ever had a yen
to act, this is your meat.
Each album features a different
personality, Each personality does
scenes from plays or movies but
they Just do one part. You the
listener, do the other. Scripts are
included with each album, and the
stU pauses just long enough for
vnn tn opt in on the act.

Vnn'H have a chance to appear

opposite Tallulah Bankhead in 'Ca 'Ca-mille"
mille" 'Ca-mille" or Sir Cedric Hardwicke
in 'Macbeth" or Vincent Price
. m 'The Importance of Being
TIarnest' or June Havoc in 'Can 'Can-Fida"
Fida" 'Can-Fida" or Basil Rathbone in "The
Brothers Karamazov." The other

Dick'a PICKS: Andy Griffith

has a funny two-sided recitation

of 'Lowe Poems" on (JaPltol. Uln

ars- "Dance With Me" (June

Valli, Vercury) VDon't Ask Me
Why' Elvis Presley, RCA) "Oh,

Sure I Do" (Jen soutnern, nou-

lette): 'Honolulu" (Mitcon ue-

Lugg, Dot); "Hear Me Talking"
(Jay Dronnan, Veeda); "Chicken-

Pickin' Hwk" (Rusty trraper,
Mercury); 'Hi Yo Silver" (Bob
Carroll. United Artists) 'Somebo

dy Touched Me" (Buddy Knox,

Roulette); 'Ring-a-My Fnone"
(Brenda Lee, Decca).

Dance music for those early
summer dance parties at home home-on
on home-on Vik, Nat Brandwynne and His
Orchestra play "The Cole Porter
Dance Book"; on Decca, Jack

Pleis and Owen Bradley piay a
"Bandstand Hon": on Roulette,

Ted Tyle and His Orchestra say

"Let's Do the Polka"; on Capitol,

'Berlin By Lombardo" has Buy

and his men playing 40 Berlin

snnfs- on Enic. 'Lester Lanin

Goes to College" has the society

band dishing out 41 cnanceaoie
tunes.
Delishtful summertime classic

al listeninc on Columbia. Mitro-

poulos and the New York Philhar Philharmonic
monic Philharmonic play excerpts from Proko Prokofiev's
fiev's Prokofiev's "Romeo and Juliet'' ballet;

on Epic, Szell and the Concert-

Mhmiw orchestra niav excerpts

from Mendelssohn's 'A Midsum

mer Night's Dream" and Schu Schu-berts
berts Schu-berts "Rosamunde," on Angel,
Fayer and the Royal Opera House
Orchestra play Dolphe Adam's
ballet, "Giselle."

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SNARES STOP TRAIN
HIROSHIMA, Japan (UPI) A
rareo nf venomous snakes side

tracked a speedy express here

yesterday. Some 480 Mamushi,
viper-type snakes, escaped from
crates in the baggage car. The
train stonneri anci (he car Was

chuntol nff inm a swiinff sn a nrn-

fessional snake handler could re

capture the reptiles.

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which carry number 4 as the
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on the 14th of July.

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MAJ. GEN. AND MRS. DASHER HONORED
BY LT. GENERAL AND MRS. GAITHER
A party was given by Lt. Gen. and Mrs. Kldgelv Gaitber,
Commander in Chief, Caribbean Command, in honor of Maj.
Gen. and Mrs. Charles L. Dasher. Gen. Dasher is the Com Commanding
manding Commanding General of U.S. Army Caribbean.
i Guests included American Ambassador and Mrs. Julian
Fisfce Harrington, Governor and Mrs. William E. Potter; of officials
ficials officials from the Republic of Panama, the Canal Zone and
Caribbean Command.
Present in the receiving line was Gen. and Mrs. Gaither's
' daughter, Mrs. William B. Ochs.

Reception Marks Anniversary
Of Independence of Argentine
The Charge d'Affaires ad inter
im and Mrs. de Posada were hosts
at a cocktail party at the Union
Club yesterday in observance of
the 142nd anniversary of tb decla declaration
ration declaration of Independence of the Re.
pub.ic of Argentina.
Guuests included Foreign Minister
and Mrs. Miguel J. Moreno; mem members
bers members of the diplomatic corps and
officials from Panama and the
Canal Zone.

Spanish Ambassador
Entertains Visitor
The Ambassador of Spain to Pa

nama and Mrs. Federico Gabaldos Zone on Saturday.

gave a luncheon at the Embassy
residence in honor of .he distin.
guished Spanish philosopher, the
Rev. Jose Todoli of the University
of Valencia. He is also minister
of the Institute of Scientific In-vestigations.

Col and Mrs. McElheny Arrive
Col. and Mrs. John D. McEIhe

ny and their two children Phyllis
Ann and Bruce Daniels were

among the passengers arriving on
the S. S. Cristobal yesterday Col.

McElheny will assume the post of

Lieutenant Governor of the Canal

SALE
We are cleaning our stock of
COSTUME JEWELRY
at prices way below the actual cost.
Also featuring:
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS
at give-away prices
MORRISON'S
OPPOSITE THE OLD ANCON P.O.

Miss Mabel Sneider
Honored at Party
Miss Mabel Sneider, who retir

ed last month aiter 30 years of

service as a nurse and supervisor

at Gorgas Hospita., was the guest
of honor at a no.host cocktail buf buffet
fet buffet held in the Fern Room of the
Tivoli Guest House on Tuesda

evening. A gift of money was pre

sented Miss Snider from her

mends and associates. The pre presentation
sentation presentation was made by Miss Clara
Zapponi, Miss Beatrice Siirjpnis
Director of Nurses at Gorgas,
presented the customary embos embossed
sed embossed scroll and poem.
Miss Rebecca Kendall was in
charge of the arrangements and
Miss Ethel Meyers, Mrs. Richard
Jenkg and Mrs. William Hardy
poured.
Miss Sneider will leave on July
17 by boat for the Gilbert Islandi
where she will enter the mission missionary
ary missionary field.

Mr. and Mrs. Van Sicitn
Return from the States
Mr. William A. Van Siclen, Jr.,
Superintends of the Atlantic
Locks, and Mrs. Van Sicien re returned
turned returned to their home in Gatun

yesterday after spending several
weeks in the States. The Van
Siclens left the Isthmus by boat
for the west coast and traveled

across the continent after visitins

in Hollywood and San Francisco.
The also stopped in Texas and
New Orleans and spent two weeks
in New York.

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Moore, Mrs. Milton L. Ogden, and Mrs. Ralph A. Jones; back row, Mrs. James C. Starr Mrs
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column should be mbmirltd in
typewritten tunn and mailed ee
the box number listed duly in So Social
cial Social and Otherwise," or delivered
by h.nd to the ettice. Notices at
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone.
Chines Woman's League
The monthly social gathering of
the Chinese women s ueague in
Manama will take place at the
house of mis. Antonio Ah Kai
Chen, on Friday, July llth, from
5:uo p.m. Ail niemoeis are urgeu
to ahend.
Keiresnment will be served.
Swedish Embroidery Classes
'ine Cristobal Woman's Uuu will
sponsor classes in awedisn Em Em-broidery
broidery Em-broidery begintng Monday at 1:00
at the Margarita Service Center.
Classes will continue on July 21,
and 28 and August 4. Fee for
members will be $3.00 and $5.00
lor non-members. Mr. L. F.
Cougher will be the instructor.
For ln.ormaiion cad Mrs. JVit.tzg JVit.tzg-ar,
ar, JVit.tzg-ar, Gatun b.ild; Mrs. W. Dixon,
Margarita 2565 or Mr. Green,
Margarita 2508.

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to have quite enough of are time
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ond. second. But there's a new book out,
"All the Time You Need," which
could help you to eliminate e
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The regular mee.ing of golf the B
and W Division ot the Atlantic
Camera Club will be held on jily
14, at 7:45 p.m. in the Club Rooms
at Mt. Hope. Competition subject
will be "General."
An interesting program is prom,
ised in which Mr. Harry Wester Wester-berg
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cuit in which, the Atlantic Camera
Club participates. The local club's
three prints in the circuit have
already beencommentcd upon by
the other seven participating clubs.
The beginner's class in color
photography will start on July 16
at 7:30 p.m. Bring camera and
instruction books.

dise. From St. Paul, come these
two over.the.wide-Pacific recipes.
Of course, there's no reason why
they couldn't be enjoyed on the
shore of any lake anywhere.
Harold B. Lindbergh, director
of food service for Northwest Air Airlines,
lines, Airlines, tells us they are popular
with both Oriental and Western
passengers on their flights to and
from Japan and the Philippines.
We think you'll enjoy them for
the delicacy and novelty, too.
Fried Rice (Serves I)
Four cups steamed rice, 3
eggs, 2 green peppers, Va cup o.
nions, 2 cups ham, V cup celery,
1 teaspoon monosodium glutamate,
U teaspoon salt, 4 tablespoons
salad oil, 4 tablespoons soy sauce.
Saute finely tut vegetables and
ham in oil. Add eggs (end mix
for 3 to 5 minutes. Add to steam,
ed rice and continue to mix over
medium heat for 5 minutes. Add
monosodium glutamate and soy
sauce.
Walnut Chicken
(Hop Po Gai Ding)
Thre pounds uncooked chicken,
1 tea.spoon salt, 2 teaspoons su.
gar, 3 tablespoons sherry or wa wa-ter,
ter, wa-ter, 1 tablespoon soy sauce, 1 ta.
blespoon cornstarch, 1 egg, beat,
en, Mi cup peanut or salad, oil,
1 cup blanched walnuts. M inch

piece fresh ginger, chopped, or 1 month.

ing water, 1 teaspoon monosodium

glutamate, 1 cup canned bamboo
shoots, sliced thin.

Remove chicken from bones and

time eoes." or. "t'H liiro tn h it

It I only had the time," or, "I
don't see how so.and so finds
time for all the things she does,"
this is one "hnw tn" hnt

cut into tiny cubes.' Mix salt, 1 1 ought to be worth the $4.95 it

costs.
Because by the time you have
read the first few chapters you
will be kicking yourself for all
the time you have wasted in the
past that could have been used
fo enrich your life or further
your ambitions.
And by the time you have fin finished
ished finished the book you will be mak.
ing mental notes of all the ways
in which you can use little bits of
time, save time on routine
chores, buy time by purchasing
equipment to make your work
load lighter and gain extra time
by combining errands, doing more
than one thing at once, and so
on.

teaspoon sugar, sherry or water

and soy sauce in bowl. Marinate
chicken cubes in this for 15 min.
utes. Remove cubes to waved pa paper
per paper and reserve half of marinade.
Sprinkle chicken with cornstarch,
coating well. Dip each piece
in beaten egg. Heat oil in skillet
until it bubbles. Add walnuts
and saute until brown. Remove.
Add ginger, garlic and chicken
to oil remaining in skillet. Brown
well. Add boiling water, monoso monosodium
dium monosodium glutamate, remaining sugar
and marinade. Cover and cook
over low heat for 20 minutes, or
until chicken is tender. Stir occa.
sionally. In separate saucepan
cook bamboo shoots in their own
liquid for 10 minutes. Drain and
add with walnuts to chictten.
Cook over medium heat for 5
minutes. Serve with boiled rice.

MARSHAL ON TV
LONDON (UP1) Field Mar
shal Viscount Montgomery has
agreed to make six 30-minute tele television
vision television talks over the British

Broadcasting Corp. network for

$14,000, the BBC announced

today. The talks, in which Mont

gomery will discuss his battle ex

periences, will be screened next

Once you start thinking along
those lines, you'll quit leaning on
the crutch, "I just haven't time,"
and instead start making time
for the things you really want to
do.
If you are thinking, "I'd like
to, read that book when I have

, mat s a good indication

ROADWAY GRAPEVINE
Kathryn Grayson spent a day in
one of those panics only a woman
r-nnlH gnnMAiflU fitiA'H intractori

fortune in knockout costumes for

ner demit at toe Latin quarter, but
they were lost somewhere between
ry til i t . .. i

iamorma ana iew xorn, anu a
series of nightmare phone calls to
tHo rail ff a A i nr r nrl immo I asJ an

'V A uill UBU avu T Ul v cu L t V VttaWVI uu
ly that nobody knew anything a:
V r l. i j i, r

uuul uieiii. oo gne nau n nourj in
which to ihon for soma suit a hi v

glamorous replacements includ including
ing including a Japanese kimono for her
Puccini number ... Gen. Alfred
Gruenther is the man favored to
take over for Sherman Adams
when Adams retires. Fred Seaton
is another possibility.
Moira Shearer's husband, Ludo-

vic Kennedy, plans to sue actor
Robert Morley for a skit he featur features
es features in the new London revue, "For
Adults Only" a travesty on the
home life of the Kennedys ...Greta
Thyssen, who Is doing pretty well
in the local publicity sweepstakes,
came close to receiving the great greatest
est greatest npwsnanpr cnliirae nf k

reer the other evening at the

Jumping Brook Club on the Jer Jersey
sey Jersey shore. Her escort was a UN
official far more famous than she,
and they never dreamed it was
the elub's opening night until the
photographers walked in. P.S.
They made a fast, quiet exit.)
Marilvn Mnnriu'i nriii lif

. -- fnirpi 1 HE
features one rnterestina rupturo

------
Hoa CV.A Mnn 1.1 U: 1-

"tni. ,iiiw .aii mm twu uirus wirn

one stone by visaing her drama
coach and ner psychoanalyst in
the samp Central Porlr

partment house ... One of the top

secret matters to be discussed
when Yugoslavia's Titn maali

O u .vjin
Effvnt'a Nat.it.or i th mnillnn nt

k . TTO i J -.

iiuw buiiic u.s. am 10 Yugoslavia
can be syphoned off to Egypt... If
you see Delia Reese whelfng a a-round
round a-round in a purple Jaguar, it be belongs
longs belongs to Red Randolph, owner of
the Shalimar in Harlem. They've

oecome a romantic Twosome.
Pat Suzuki will play the Judy
Garland role in "The Wizard of
Oz" in Kansas Ciiy on July 'ig,
which seems like the most interest
ing casting note of the Summer...
Long Islanders who watched the
"That Kind of Woman" compsny
filming scenes at Long Beach were
fascinator) hv SiHnev l.nmer'c di

recting technique.

r ar irom being the eccentric,
barking director of Hollywood tra tradition,
dition, tradition, he handled Sophia" Lorcn
and the rest of the east wflh vol.

vet gloves, tossing out compli

ments ana Kisses, unce, whtle ex-

that it's a book

read

you ought to

J4inti Jor d3etter Social oCife

HtttarHJGAN, the Swedish milk diet reduce while eating everything you want

tittle Up to 2 Pounds a Day
CARRUGAN milk s similar tn iram and
'flls your Stomach completely. The flavor
BHlch it slightly sour and tizzy will
appeal even to those who dislike milk.
The effect ot CARRUGAN dirt ,m he
Mt Immediately For every day of CAR-
-RUGAN diet you will lose about two
Munds.
Dangerous Overweight
Overweight D,,d (or your health, tor
s'ybur heart and youi othn mgans, a it
O.verworks and ages thrm before their
Hl The CARRUGAN diet brings vou
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the danger of overweight.
"A Natural Phenomenon
There l difference between rerfucing
epd losing weight. The Swedish milk diet
will make vou lose weight without the
use Of drugs ( AM-d if .ai ,
natural way and does not cause any dis disturbances
turbances disturbances pt Whatever You Wish
The CARRUGAN diet gives your body

biological nutritional value. It also con contains
tains contains minerals and the essential vitamins
You alternate a day with normal food
intake with one of CARRUGAN diet in
ordei to avoid any danger of deficiency
or desnutrition.
The Joy ot Life
CARRUGAN increases vour metabolism
and eliminates all harmful substances
from vour body It does not reduce vour
energy; on the contrary it gives vou a
sense of freshness and energy which
pleasantly accompanies this new milk
diet.
The Mirror and the Scales
Roth will confirm what you have gained
in health and beauty with the CARRU CARRUGAN
GAN CARRUGAN diet Aftei having lost weight you
will feel more sure of yourself and more
active.
CARRUGAN Will Make You Save Money
Every day you are on the CARRUGAN
diet vou will save because this diet cost
much less than normal food.

Teen-agers live a spontaneous
life. A group can be lounging a a-round
round a-round doing nothing when soma soma-one
one soma-one will suggest going for a swim.
Everyone likes the idea. But this
is the ime when Sloppy Sue is
hurt. She can't find her bathinj,'
suit and the gang won't wait.
It's no. smart to be sloppy a a-bout
bout a-bout your wardrobe. You miss a
lot of fun, and you deserve to, if
you're that indifferent. It isn't dif difficult
ficult difficult to have a neat closet, and
bureau drawers arranged so that
you can select whatever article
you're after with no trouble at
all.
In your closet you can have
clear plastic clothes bags and shoe
tags and clear plastic hat boxes,
ncatlv arranged. Because of the

transparency, you can choose what
you need to wear without unucc unucc-tssarily
tssarily unucc-tssarily opening containers. In
your bureau drawers, various ar
tides can be neatly separated with
plastic envelopes or boxes, eli eliminating
minating eliminating any, reason for digging
in with a heavy hand for a par particular
ticular particular pair of socks.

Try it.
the spot"
date.

You'll be 'Johnny on

for any -last minuie

Though we can't have the frrsh

beauty of youth once we're past

w, tne poise and charm achieved

through years of living, plus an

attractive, well groomed tppea;'-

ance, make the mature woman

pretty much of a femme fatale

But there's one woman who will

never be sought after as a wel

come addition to any group. And

mat s tne gat with- the whining
voice. A woman with such n

voice allows herself no outlook
on life but a dreary one, and must
find it depressing even to live with
herself.
The surest cure for her would
be to change her point of view
on life. When she can find the
one bright spot on an other other-wise
wise other-wise drab day, and laugh about
it, her voice will automatically

change, too. Only then will she

find that people who have avoid

ed her previously will be delight

ed to have her around.

THREE CHILDREN MISSING
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI)

tnree children were missing to today
day today in a fire which destroyed 10

nouses in tne downtown busi business
ness business center of Tachung in West
Central Formosa. Damage was
estimated at $150,000.

plaining a bit of business to Tab
Hunter, he addressed him us "my
p." ... Dana Andrews is on the
wagon, and quite, seriously. Didn't
even take one drink at the party
he tossed after his first night as
the star of "Two For The See See-law."
law." See-law." Judy Holliday and Adolph Greed
did the baby-sitting with Osctr
Levant while he was in town for
the Steve Allen TV show. They're
just about his closest friends on
this coast ... Tin Pan Alley will be
agog if an Eastern congressman
explodes his bombshell as plan
ned. The lawmaker has been quiet quietly
ly quietly gathering evidence against cert certain
ain certain disc jockeys who nave inter
ests in recording firms, pifblishJ
ing companies or recording ar artists,
tists, artists, and he thinks his. findings
will warrant headline-making re'
st raint of trade charges.
Patrons at the Out of This)
World Inn in East Hampton utter uttered
ed uttered such loud protests when tin
management put a chemise dress
on Sugar, the curvaceous wax
mannequin that has perched over
the bar for eight years, they just
had to succumb to popular opi
nion, Proprietors Sob Loewi and
Herb Brooks apologized with a
sign reading "No Sack For ThU
Sugar," dug into the trunk for
last year's figure-revealing outfit
and retained as the only con concession
cession concession to this veai-'c vnnit

headache band on the dummy's

trapeze coiffure.

Get ready for a first. Paul New Newman
man Newman will sign in "Rally Round
The Flag, Boys." The song, Rod
gers" and Hart's "Small Hotel"..j
Art expert Vincent Price is trying
to persuade John Bruno to sell the1
portrait of Eugene O'Neill that
hangs in the Pen and Pencil res
taurant ... Brigitte Bardot set her
sights on Robert Evans after see'
ing him in 'The Sun Also Rise."
Her representative told Buddy
Adler she'd be willing to do a plJ
ture for 20th Century-Fox if she
could get Bob as her leading man.
MOM and Ann Kihf i Ma

Brando's bride) didn't see eye to

eye on rotes, so called ft quits ...
Charles Boyer, true Frenchman to
the' core, annpared it th r nfi

Bank (Manhattan version) night

netore last and spread charm all
over the plae! His vii-a-vii was
nrorittcer Paul Creanrv rrnl

Haney's devotion to her husband.

L,arry Biyaen, would delight
stockholders in A T and T. She
railed him Taiii timM f iam V,U.

fornia to wish him happy birth

day in tour funny aecents.

Innocent Man Embraces Killer Who
Confessed To Save Him From Chair i

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JEFFERSON, Gs. (UPI) A

confessed slayer and the innocent

man he is saving from the elec

trie chair met face-to-face today

and tearfully embrased.

Under a hot Georgia sun In the

Jackson County jail yard once

doomed James Fulton Foster met

Charles Rocky) Rothschild, a for

mer Cairo, 111., policeman whose

troubled conscience led htm to

confess a two-year-old murder.
Foster, 40, a house painter and
father of seven children, was wait waiting
ing waiting in front of the jail when
Rothschild arrived in a South
Carolina police car.
As Rothschild alighted, Foster
saw him and rushed forward.
They met in the middle of the
yard, clutched each other and
weDt while a throng of Foster's
well-wishers looked on.
Foster took Rothschild'.; hand
and told him in a quavering
voice: "I appreciate w'na: you

have done for me it took Ruts.

I wish you all the luck In the
world. Anything I can do for you
I will gladly do it."
Rothschild replied: "I am sorry
this happened. I certainly am dad

you and your family are together
again. I wish you all the luck in
the future."
Foster's wife, of Greer, S. C.,
who has moved into jail quartets
with their seven children iinrp

Rothschild confessed four days
ago, embraced the convict and
told him she appreciated what he
was doing. Then she fainted.
Shortly after the emotion-packed
meeting. Rothschild was asked by
newsmen how he felt after coming

faee-toface with the man who wal
wrongly convicted. He replied:
"I will tell you like I told the
minister. It is better to be in jail
and feel like this in heart and soul
than to be free on the outside."
Foster was convicted in a con controversial
troversial controversial trial of murdering
Charles Drake, 60, in a gun- battle
during a thwarted attempt to rob
the elderly merchant in his home
on the night of June 16, 1956. Tile
conviction waa based on an identi identification
fication identification by Drake's widow, despits
Foster's three alibi witnesses.
Foster was twice sentenced lo
die, but attorneys finally won a
stay of execution last month by
presenting evidence Implicating
Rothschild, then jailed in South
Carolina on burglary and assault
charges.
Rothschild said a Biblical phrase
"blessed are those who are per persecuted
secuted persecuted fpr righteousness' saku
(Matthew 5: 10) "-stirred his eon-
scir-nce.
The former policeman volun voluntarily
tarily voluntarily accompanied law enforce enforcement
ment enforcement officials on a hunt for the
murder weanon nnr har. ,i,h;..u

he said he tossed into a stream.
However, officers said the creek

was too tun from recent rains to
find the pistol.
RAIN FLOODS VILLAGES

Warsaw (Upi) Haevy
rains in Southern Poland have
flooded several village and
claimed at least three lives, of officials
ficials officials eald todav. Premier Jo Josef
sef Josef Cvrankiewlca has gone to the
disaster area.

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THURSDAY, JULY M, 195
MAK BUENOS

THlfTANAMA AMERICAS AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NtflTTiWeVV

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Lwrv pi iTTrn PRESIDENT of the Fort Amador Ofticrs Wives' Club, Mrs. Hugh Osborne,
.Elections were, held at the Amador Officers Open Mm.

f

Sociai and Olh

erwiAe
Continutd

.,, tmtmrv Wlva Club Uuly 12 in the Marjarita Girl
teStaBW'SSTat Kobb. J Scout Building from 9:00 to noon,
f. The .Naval fives' Clb

wiu uuiu i b., House Guests

JVUUUC WU- " J..J D D--,

ur. ana mrs. rjawaiu x.
inl will spend the next two weeks
with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ber Ber-nard
nard Ber-nard Gohras of Margrita. They
will also be entertained by Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Reiman in their
home at Curundu. Dr. Boarini is
on the staff of the Resurrection
Hospital in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Themes
Returns from Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Grace G. Thomas
and their daughter, Ginger of Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun returned yesterday aboard the
Cristobal. They spent their two
month vacation with their son,
Capt. G. G. Thomas Jr., in Wash,
ington, D. C. and their other son

in Mobile, Manama.

I L tUm Kt

trs' Club on Tuesday, July 15 at 12

loon.
! There will be no program or
lusiness meeting, but it will be a
fecial "get acquainted" luncheon
jecause of the many recent
Jrans.'ers.
' Late reservations may be made
ntil Saturday, July 12, by tele,
honing Mrs. C. J. Hoffer, Navy
$5 but no cancellations can be
ccepted after that date.
Cristobal Assembly Order ef
lainbow te Held Cake Sale

Cristobal Assembly xno. i, vru-

of the Rainbow lor uiris, wm

old a bake sale on aaturoay.

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Atlantic Chapter, C. Z. Art
League Plans Annual Exhibit
The regu'ar meeting of the Ca Ca-nal
nal Ca-nal Zone Art League. Atlantic

Chapter, was held on Tuesday in
the workshop in Gatun. Mrs. John

Greening was twstm, e
The main topic of the business
meeting was the forth coming
third annual exhibit for Atlantic
Side artists to be held sometime
in the fall. Mrs. David Mcllnenny
will be chairman of the exhibit.
Three films entitled "FrankHn
Watkins, Amrican Artist,'' "Ru "Rural
ral "Rural Art," and "Marion Anderson
Sings" were shown after the bus business
iness business meeting.

Tremor Recorded

Off Alaska Might

Cause Tidal Wave

HONOLULU, July 10 (UPI) -The
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Surv Survey
ey Survey reported today it has recorded

an earthquake on Alaska strong e

nough to cause a tidal wave in

Hawaiian waters.

Civilian and military officials
wera alorlpfl anrl emprsenrv U.

nits ordered to stand by as a pre.

cautionary measure, Hawaii nas
been buffeted in the past by tidal
waves resulting from Alaskan
earthquakes.
The survey said the quake was
located about 4,800 miles from Ha Hawaii,
waii, Hawaii, near the dividing Une be between
tween between the A'eutians and Alaska.
Officials said they could not tell
immediately whether the quake
was far enough inland to avert a
tidal wave. There was no report
of casualties.
The quake was also recorded by
tha University of California seis.
mograph in Berkeley at 11:20:55
p.m. yesterday. Two hours later
the sensitive needle of the seismo seismograph
graph seismograph was "sti'l jiggling," accord
ing to seismologist Don Tocher.

Maybe you are such a busy per

son you can't accept all the invl

tations that come your way. Bui

busy as you are, you should tind
time to express your regret at not

being able to aceept.
It's downright rude to let

hostess assume you are going to

attend her party and then not

show up for it.
US Senate Moves

To Take Up Public

Works Money

WASHINGTON (UPI) The

Senate today moved to take up

an expanded $1,159,000,000 public
works aDDrooriation bi 1 designed

to help provide a ''quick and ef-

iective" stimulus to tne economy.
Public Works Committee Chair Chairman
man Chairman Dennis Chavez (D N.M.)
predicted little change would be
made in the measure. As approved
by the Senate Appropriations
Committee it carried 82 million

dollars more than voted by the
Hnii for flnoH control and water

resource development projects in
the 12 months htarting Ju y 1.
The bill also topped administra.
tion budgeting for a $1,077,000,000
public works spending program

in the coming 12 months and was
268 million dollars above the ap.
propriation for the 12 months
ended June 30.
The Senate committee report
said the expansion of public works
programs at this time "will pro.
vide a quick and effective stim stimulus
ulus stimulus to the economy. .at a time
when it will be most effective."
The report also said the "em.
phasis" the Russians have placed
on river development is a "clear
indication of both the military and
economic benefits resulting from
. .optimum development. ."
The bill, carrying funds for
some of the projects in the long long-delayed
delayed long-delayed authorization bill recent,
ly signed into law by President
Eisenhower, added 27 new flood
control projects to those amrnved
earlier by the House and seven
reclamation projects to the Houss
total.

J4ommah

t No brief is held for any of the
lidding of today's hand except for

East's one diamond response

fchich was perfectly normal.
I Smith really did hit oil with his

fivn.ana fto hid and in addition he

as right lucky that North chose
o pass.
He was not so lucky in the way
Hist and West defended.
East put the queen of hearts on
is partner's jack and shifted to
he ten of diamonds. South's jack
breed West's ace and the six of
liamonds was returned.

j South won, drew three rounds
ff trumps and led a low heart
from dummy but East equal io
the occasion. He went up with the
fcce of hearts, cashed bis queen of
diamonds and gave his partner
two club tricks to set tha hand,
i The whole defense was double
Mummy but the point of interest
ft East's play of the ten of dia dia-Vnnnrit.
Vnnnrit. dia-Vnnnrit. If Fast, had simolv led his

fourth best diamond, declarer

tou Id have played the deuce and
Mummy's nine would have forced
West to play his ace to win the
triclc. After that there would be
ho way for the defense to make
Swo diamond tricks and South
vmild have made the hand.

m9

A neat bathroom with children
in the family is a rarity. But

some simple tricks keen iu-ms

like towels and washe'oths

s.raight and off tne floor, snap
fasten ordinary towels toaeiher

and hang them over low bar
for the little children to use. This

also encourages handwashing.
Little girls also caa be can can-lankornut
lankornut can-lankornut at hiJi timr Quiet a

ItftU charmer hv en .-(online she

name ner wasnanie aou as you in
turn give her a nightly scrubbing
She can learn to bathe herself by
bathing the doll.
Where to place a stirring spoon
without messing uo the stove or
counter is always a problem. An
extra lid or dish helps. An easier
device is to use a clean sponge on
which to rest a spoon. Then just
squeeze sponge through suds alter
using.

LOW
SUMMER
FARES

21

5

Q The biddins haa Imma-

South Weat North

life. l, DouW P"
2N.T. Pass $ pus
-4N.T. Pats 5 Pass
' YOU. SAUth hntrl

KQl ej AQ.no7
What do you do
' A Bid els diamond

Ivea UMUfh your partner

aweja yew nave tureij

mi year strenrtfc. v
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding has been:
South Wmi

Tou. South. hAki-

mat do you doT

Anewer Tom.

Baking dishes will come clean
more easily if they are soaked is
hot soap suds while warm
from the oven. For stubborn cook

ed food) use a stiff brush when

doing the dishes.

House plants need to be clean
to thrive. And dust that settles

on them In a normal home is un

healthy for them. When dusting

furniture, therefore, remember to

gently dust plant leaves and once a
week wash the leaves with soapy
water. This also helps control insects.

It

Itt)4

Put bars of scented toilet soap

to work before they are used by
the family. They make excellent
sachests when stored among citn

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shown doing the Girl Scout friendship hand clasp. The Canal
Zone Girl Scout Council has selected Miss Christine Huff,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maenner B. Huff of Balboa, and
Martha Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Miller, also of
Balboa, to represent the C.Z. Girl Scouts at the .eighth year
of All States Camp at Osito-Rancho, San Bernardino, Cali California.
fornia. California. The camp Is in the San Bernardino Mountains at a
elevation of 7800 ft. and includes 170 acres of pine forest.-, and
mountain meadows. Martha will be in the Survival Skills
Camp and specialize In learning to assume responsibilities in
emergencies. It will Include such things as evacuation plans,
mass feeding, group entertaining, temporary housing, storm
signals, etc. Christine will be In the Dramatics unit and spe specialize
cialize specialize in writing and selecting ballads, stories, legends and
plays for out door producton and setting, techniques of cast casting,
ing, casting, directing, costuming and scene setting. The girls will
leave the Zone in time to register at the camp July 30 and
return soon after the Camp closes on Aug. 12.

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Bilko's Three-Run Homer Helps Sink Braves 10-3
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Rod and Reel Tourney Area
Los Angeles Scores 8th Win
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NEW YORK, July 10 (UPI) Although he
admits he is not a pull hitter, it didn't take big Steve
Bilko long to find the range at the Los Angeles Coli Coliseum
seum Coliseum 'hooting gallery."

Inserted into the Dodgers' start starting
ing starting lineup last night by manager
Walt Alston, thfr bulking, moon moonfaced
faced moonfaced first baseman from Nanti Nanti-coke,
coke, Nanti-coke, Pa., unloaded three run
homer over the left field screen
in the opening inning to help sink
the Milwaukee Braves, 10-3.
. It was the first time Bilko had
graced the Dodgers' starting line lineup
up lineup at Lbs Angeles, where he was
a local hero the last th ee years
while playing in the Pacific Coast
League. He hit 56 home runs for
the Los Angeles Angels last year,
so was overjoyed when the Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Redlegs traded him to the
Dodgers last month.
"I'm more of a straightaway
hitter than a pull hitter," he ex ex-explained
explained ex-explained when he joined the
Dodgers. Then envisioning that
friendly left field screen he add added,
ed, added, 'but I believe I could adapt
my swing to pull the ball.
Bilko must have spent his mid mid-season
season mid-season "vacation' taking target
practice, for in his first time at
bat against the Braves' Carlton
Willey last night he lofted a shot
over the screen while 32,337 fans
went wild. Big Steve then drove
in another run in the fourth inning
on a sacrifice fly.
Nopm Larker, who moved to left
field 'to make room for Bilko in
the lineup, and John Roseboro add added
ed added three hits each as the Dodgers
rolled! up a 10 2 lead in the first!
four innines. Rookie Stan Williams

limited the Braves to four hits in'waukee at Los Angeles, and Cin Cin-postirig
postirig Cin-postirig his fourth triumph against rinnati at San Francisco. Pitts Pitts-three
three Pitts-three losses. burgh and Chicago played an af
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don. Gordon. The ex-Yankee second base baseman
man baseman smiled proudly as the Indians
routed Whitey Ford during their
wild eighth-inning barrage, that in included
cluded included a pair of ground-rule dou doubles
bles doubles and a home run by Mickey
Vernon. The Tribe then added four
more runs off reliever Virgil
Trucks in the ninth.
Cal McLish, who allowed only
five hits before being removed
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received credit for his first vic victory
tory victory over the Yankees in three
years. It was the Yankees' sixth
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BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI)-A
guy whose name wasn't even
spelled correctly in the official
program emerged today as the
National League star of the 25th
annual All-Star Game.
They spelled it "Ferrell" in the
program but the name is Dick
Farrell and you can be sure
American Leaguers will get it
right nekt time.
Farrel1, a 24-year-old righthand righthander
er righthander from Boston, Mass., who
pitches for the Philadelphia Phil,
lies, showed why he's regarded

as the No. 1 relief pitcher of the
National League with a sensational
two.inning performance in which
he struck out four of the seven
batters he faced. Farrell walked
Mickey Mantle to open the sev seventh
enth seventh inning of Tuesday's 4-3 A.L.
triumph but then breezed past
the next six hitters, striking out
Jackie Jensen, Bill Skowron,
Frank Malzone and Tod Williams.
"He's the fastest guy in our
league and we guess maybe he's
faster than Bob Turley, Herb
Score or Ryne Duren, too," said
Ed Mathews and Johnny Logan of
the Milwaukee Braves. "For two
or three innings you can't find a
tougher guy to hit."
Sports Briefs
LADY GOLFERS GO NORTH
MINNEAPOLIS (UPI) The
ladies' professional golf tour
swings to the north this week for
the $7,500 American Women's
Open tournament. The 72 hole
event, first of what sponsors hope
will become an annual affair, will
open today at Brookview
Country Club here.
TIGERS SIGN TWO
DETROIT (UPI) Gerald
Blanks, a Detroiter who went west
to Denver University, and Jim
Harrold, Thomasville, Pa., have
signed Class A. contracts with the
Detroit Tigers. Blanks, an infield.
er.outfielder, signed with Lancas Lancaster
ter Lancaster of the Eastern League and
Harrold signed with Augusta of
the South Atlantic League.
JOCKEY HURT IN FALL
INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPI) -Jockey
Frank Costa suffered pain painful
ful painful injuries Tuesday in a fall at
Hollywood Park and track physi physician
cian physician Dr. Theodore H. Haller said
the rider probably would be side,
lined from four to six months.
Costa was thrown when his
mount, Merrica, clipped the hee's
of another horse in the third race
and stumbled.
WINS BY TOKO
CHICAGO (UPI) Indian Buddy
Jackson, 147, SpringviMe, N.Y.,
scored a fifth. round TKO Tues.
day night in a rematch with Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Mortell, 147, of Chicago at
Midwest Gym. Jackson had
knocked out Mortell last May o.
GIANTS SIGN CENTER
NEW YORK (UPD-The New
York Giants announced Tuesday
that Kay Wietecha, one of the Na.
tional Football League's top cen.
ters, had signed for his sixth sea.
son with the club.
BACK SIGNS WITH OTTAWA
OTTAWA (UPD-The Ottawa
Rough Riders Tuesday announced
the signing of Charlie Stanley,
South Carolina Col'ege halfback.
Stanley, of Tulsa, Okla. will re.
port to the Canadians club to!
day for the opening of the 1958
training program.
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V.F.W. TEENER Brian Lutz, southpaw pitcher, was one of
the mainstays of the pitching staff that baffled 16 all-star
teams on the U.S. tour and national tournament last year,
coming home with only a tied road game to mar the record,
but returning with the national teen-er championship. Brian
is 15 years old, weighs 135 pounds and stands 5' 10". He was
born in Colon, R. P., April 14, 1943, now lives in Coco Solito
and attends Cristobal Junior High School. After playing 4
years of little league' ball, he moved up to the Atlantic Teen Teenage
age Teenage League, where he played the past two years with the Mot Mot-tas.
tas. Mot-tas. This past season with the Mottas, he pitched a no-hit,
no-run game against each of the other three teams in the
league, and he led the league in strike outs. Although prefer prefer-ing
ing prefer-ing to pitch, he plays a good first base and is handy in right
field. Quite naturally, the major leaguer whom Brian likes
best is a pitcher, Whitey Ford, and Brian would, like to take
his pitching into the major leagues,.

Cardwell Celebrates Return
To Majors With It 2-Hitter

NEW YORK. July 10 (UPI)
Big Don Cardwell celebrated his
return to the major leagues
Wednesday last night with a bril brilliant
liant brilliant 2-hit performance to give the
Miami Marlins a 2-0 decision ov.
er Havana in an International
League contest.
Cardwell, recalled by the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Phillies yesterday to bols bolster
ter bolster an up-swinging pitching staff,
said goodbye to the minors by
hurling his 12th victory of the sea season.
son. season. He had lost five.
Montreal maintained its 5
game lead over second place To.
ronto as both swept doublehesd.
ers. The Royals, behind Tom La-
sorda's two-hitter, defeated Kocn.
ester, 3.1, and came back in the
second with a S.2 decision on Re Re-ne
ne Re-ne Valdes' five-hit hurling.
Toronto's Ed Blake and Bobby
Tiefenauer picked up victories as
Logan Says Braves'
Slump No Cause For
Present Excitement
BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI) -What's
all the excitement abou?
We'll win by 10 games."
Johnny Logan was referring to
he struggling, world champion
Milwaukee Braves whose National
League lead has shrunk from 3'i
games to only one in the last
week.
"I can't understand why people
are getting panicky about the
Braves' chances," said Logan,
after appearing in Tuesday's All.
Star Game.
"None of us on the club are
worried. Why should we when we
all feel we have the best club in
Ihe league? What's wrong with us
nowe I'll tell you, A couple of
aren't hitting, myself included."
"I think I've gotten one hit in
the last 25 times up," he said.
"My average has gone from .302
to .272. I'll snap out of it. And
I'm sure that fellows like Eddie
Mathews and Red -Schoendicnst,
who have been in a slump, too,
will start hitting soon."
SMART ATHLETES
EAST LANSING, Mich. (NF.A
Forty Michigan State athletes
Forty a grade point averages of
B or better in the class room the
iat spring term.
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the Maple Leafs edged the cellar cellar-dwelling
dwelling cellar-dwelling Buffalo Bisoris, 4.3 and
6-5.
Columbus and Richmond were
rained out.
The standings and linescores:
Teams
Montreal
Toronto
Rochester
Columbus
Miami
Richmond
Havana
Buffalo
W
54
48
46
46
44
40
38
32
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42
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Gam 7 innings)
Toronto 021 100 04 4 2
Buffalo 0O0 011 13 7 4
Blake, Tiefenauer (6) and Han Hannah;
nah; Hannah; Coleman and Noble. WP.
Blake.
(Second Game)
Toronto 100 200 0306 12 0
Buffalo 000 013 010-5 9 3
Scantlebury, Tiefenauer (6) and
Thomspon, Hannah (6); Standnic
ki, Brunet (4), Johnson (8) and
Holton. WP.Tiefenauer. LP-Brunet.
HR.Jok.
Columbus at Richmond, pestpon.
d, rain.
(First Gam 7 innings)
Rochester 000 001 01 2 0
Montreal 000 102 x 3 5 1
Kuzava, Greason (6), Browning
(6) and Katt; Lasorda and Teed.
LP.Greason. HR.Parris.
(Second Gam)
Rochester 000 100 1002
Montreal 200 100 OOx 3
Lovenguth and Watlington;
des and Friol. HR-Stevens.
5 6
7 0
Val.
Havana 000 000 0000 2 3
Miami 000 000 02x 2 10 2
Cuellar, Sanchez ( ) and Iz
quierdo; Cardwell and Bucha,
Uokr. (3). LP-Cuellar.
Argentina's Fortuna
To Go In Las Palmas,
Brest Yacht Race
LAS PAI.MAS, Canary IsUrtdo,
July 10 (UPI) The ArgenUnt
naval school yacht "Fortuna" is
slated to race in the forthcoming
Brest Las Palmas international
yacht race, it was announced here
today.
The "Fortuna" recently set i
new record in the blue-water race
between Rio de Janeiro and Bue Buenos
nos Buenos Aires, a 1,200 mile aall.
The yacht is at present being
transported from Buenos Aires by
the freighter "Libertad." It will be
unloaded at London and sailed to
Brest for the start of the race.
Yacht racing experts here con-
aider the Fortune's strongest riv rival
al rival will be the yacht 'Artie.

Rod and Reel Tournament Area
Includes Chiriqui Wtrs
The sixth consecutive Interna International
tional International Marlin and Sailfish Tourna Tourna-sponsored
sponsored Tourna-sponsored by the Panama Rod and
Reel Club with the help of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Tourist Commission will
this year include the Pacific wa

ters of the Province of Chiriqui.
All the Pacific waters of the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama from Colombia
to Costa Rica will be the official
fishing area.
In Chiriqui, Jim Costello, Man Manager
ager Manager of the Hotel Nacional of Da David
vid David will be in charge oi boats, en entry
try entry blanks, weighin and fueling,
and further information. v
In addition to the 28 prizes of the
tournament, since it Is the first
time that the tournament will in
clude Chiriqui waters, business
firms of that province will offer
special prizes for fish caught
there.
It is expected that Costa Rican
fishing sportsmen might go down
to Chiriqui in their own boats to
participate in the tournament,
since mere are many devotes oi
rod and reel in the nearby repub republic.
lic. republic. PAA, LACSA, and COPA air airlines
lines airlines are assisting in giving out
tournament information in Costa
Rica.
One prize in the fishing tourna tournament
ment tournament will be two round trips to
David, Chiriqui given by COPA,
while Jim Costello promises a fas fascinating
cinating fascinating complimentary weekend
including meals at the Hotel Na Nacional
cional Nacional for the two people.
Anyone in the vicinity of the ci
ty of Panama who wishes to enter
the VI International Marlin and
Sailfish Tournament can fill out
an entry blank in the office of Mrs.
Audrey Kline in the Panama In Insurance
surance Insurance Company building across
from Hotel El Panama, or may
phone her at Panama 3-0136 for
further information For the $5 en entry
try entry fee one may fish on as many
trips as desired during the month
long tournament which begins Ju
ly 19.
Paraiso Jr. High
Defeats Santa Cruz
Soccer Eleven 1-0
The Paraiso Junior High School
soccer team yesterday defeated
the Santa Cruz eleven, 1-0, in the
first game of the 1958 soccer cham championship
pionship championship played at Paraiso.
The game was preceded by o.
pening ceremonies.
The well,matched teams played
a hard fought game throughout
and it was only after 20 minutes
of play uring the first half that
Paraiso captain-center forward E E-duardo
duardo E-duardo Blades was able to pene.
trate the Santa Cruz defense to
score the only goal of the game.
The next game at the Paraiso
field is scheduled for July 25 with
the Paraiso Senior High School
soccer. team, five.time champions,
meeting Rainbow City High.
Plays Golf
Inside Out
ABILINE, Tex. (NEA Fov
Fannins olavs wnnris riPht.HanU
ed and irons left-handed in West
,i J't.-:..' i. i "j.i'V: "S:
Texas pro-amateurs events.
The 42-year-old Air Force vet veteran
eran veteran who is the orofesional at the
Abiline municipal course confus confus-ses
ses confus-ses onlookers even more by us using
ing using a between-the-legs croquet
tyne putter.
Several years ago, someone cas casually
ually casually remarked that it would be
impossible for a right-handed golf golfer
er golfer to play well left-handed. Fan Fanning
ning Fanning got out a set of wrongHiand-ed-sticks.
In a short tim he was
shooting in the 60s from the wrong
side.
Fanning probably is one of the
few golfers to score aces from
both sides of the ball.
Showing At Your Service
Center Theatres Tonight
BALBOA 6:15 & H.0S
Cornell Borcherg
George Nader
"FLOOD TIDE"
in ClnemaScope!
COCO SOLO 7:00
Richard Egan, Jan Sterling
"SLAUGHTER ON 10th
AVENUE"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Paul Douglas, Janel Lelsh
'ANGELS in the OUTFIELD"
GATUN 7:00
"CURUCU, BEAST OF
THE AMAZON"
In Color!
MARGARITA 6:15 ft 8:05
Victor Mature, Anita Efcserz
" Z A R A K
In Cinemascope it Color!
PARAISO 7:00
"PHANTOM TRAIL" and
"AFPAIR IN MONTE CARLO"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
George Montgomery
"STREET OF SINNERS"
CAMP BIERD 7:00
Drafoon Wells Maasacre" &,
Case of The Red Monkey"

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

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41 36 .532 V2
San Francisco
St. Louis
Philadelphia
Chicago
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
Los Angeles
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39 39 .500
36 37 .493
36 41 .448
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TODAY'S GAME
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh at Chicago (2)
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N)
Milwaukee at Los Angeles (N)
Cincinnati at San Francisco (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
(Night Gam)
Milwaukee 3
Los Angeles 10
Only games scheduled.

Stengel Wows Senate
In Defense of Baseball

By JOHN A. GOLDSMITH
Washington (UPI) The
nicomparawe Casey Stengel, the
sideways-talking guilding genius
of the New York Yankees, yes yes-trday
trday yes-trday gave a fascinated Senate
committee a brilliant but
some-
wnat disjointed defense
ized baseball.
of organ-
"I wouldn't be in it 48 years if
it wasn't all right," he assured
the lawmakers. The sage of Glen Glen-dale
dale Glen-dale and the Bronx managed to
get his viws across to the Senate
anti-monopoly subcommittee with
out resorting to the use of an
terpreter.
iii-
But .he cagey Casey adopted a
strictly handsoff policy on a
House approved bill to exempt
baseball and other professional
sports from certain aspects of the
anti-trust laws.
"I didn't ask for the legisla,
tion, said Casey defensively after
expounding for more than an hour
on the excellence of his American
League-leading Yankees, the come comebacks
backs comebacks of some Yankees rastnff,!
me mriu oi Tuesday's AH
game Casey's team won. f4J 9nrt
the integrity of baseball in gen-
ei Hi.
Mantle Ednroses Bill
But ihe legislation received a
ringing endorsement from such
ami trust "experts" as Mickey
Mantle of the Yankees, Ted Wi'l-
nams ot th (Boston Red Sox, and
stan (ihe Man) Musial of the St.
Louis Cardinals.
They said they felt the bill was
necessary to enable organized
baseball to continue to operate as
it has. They stoutly defended the
controversial reserve clause
joi i.j. ..7:,.J f"
wnicn Dinas a player to an ndivi-
i V"u u,u" ne released or
iraaed
Pitcher Robin Roberts of the
Philadelphia Phillies, the National
League player representative, al also
so also urged the subcommittee to .10-
prove the bill. He explained that
me uau piayers wanted what the
owners wanted in this instance.
'If they want it so bad, it must
be good," Roberts said. He con conceded
ceded conceded that the 16 player repre representatives
sentatives representatives originally came out in
favor of a more restrictive bill un under
der under the mistaken impression that
the measure was backed by the
owners. He said the players later
were set straight on that point.
Colon Church Cage
League Meeting
A meeting of the sports repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the Atlantic side Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic Churches will be held at
7:30 tonight in the Father Burns
Memorial Center to complete ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the inauguration of
the 1958 Interparochial Basketball
League.
All team rosters must bear the
signature of the pastor of each
church in order to be accepted by
the board of directors and the Rec-tor-in-Charge
of the St. Joseph's
Church, organizers of the league.
The churches that have accept accepted
ed accepted to participate are: St. Joseph's,
Immaculate Conception Cathedral,
Mount Carmel, St. Vincent's (Rain (Rainbow
bow (Rainbow City, C. Z.), Holy Family,
(Margarita. C.Z.) Miraculous Med Medal,
al, Medal, (New Cristobal) and the Sac Sacred
red Sacred Family, (Puerto Pilon).

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AMERICAN LEAGU
W L P,
New York
Kansas City
Boston
Detroit
Cleveland
to .ew -38
37 507 101
38 37 .507 lOi
37 37 .500 U
30 40 .407 II
339.41,
35 40 .417 131
45 .400 II
JB A MAM.
Chicago
Baltimore
Washington
. TODAY'S GAME 1
AMERICAN LEAGUE i
r&S iat JBiHmore 2-Twi-N.
Cleveland at New York (2-D-N
Chicago at Boston (N) 3
Detroit at Washington (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(u. AMERICAN LEAGUE t
(Night Game)
Cleye. 000 loo 074-12 19 i
w y- 010 000 0102 6 )
McLish (6-5). Mossi nri tw.1
Trucks and Berr
V
1
o
The muscular, switch hillirT
tomat6 PrVed quite a di
"My views are just about tH
same as Casey's," he told th
subcommittee, provoking a laui
from the standing room-only al
dience of over 300 who crowdJ
the marble pillared Senate C
cus KOom in on affo-t III
glimpse of some of baseball
greats.
t.
Discussioh Forbidden C
The hearing also featurd if
disclosure of a newly-adopted ref
olution by the directors of tM
Washington Senators forbiddta
any club officer from negotiatirt
or even discussing publicly th
transier of the franchise to soif
other citv.
The jtomk wytedii
the recent statement of Senatni?
President Calvin Griffith that
would ask his fellow America
League club owners at their Bar
v..lc uiccuug eariy mis weel
',SSIon mve the fra
chise to some other
Griffith never did submit his rj
quest, after the other owneri
made ft plain they were irked 2
his statement and feared it mief
undermine the chances for Das
sage of the anti-trust bill
In a statement distributed W
a me,ric"i1 League, Griffitf.
said his discussions with the owti
ers convinced him that "th
league was not willing to have thi
Washington club move froii
Washington."
Aside from these serious m
ments, the hearing-room was kei
in a constant turmojl by the do
uie-iam oi otengei and the line
youngsters wfto pressed forwen
10 oDiain tne autographs of tl
sniggers.
Aetauver himself added to th4
geiieiai contusion bv dismissin
Mamie witn a studious "ThanS
you, Mr. Stengel."
Along The Fairways
RESULTS OF THE SiCOND
ROUND IN PWGA HANDICAP
TOURNAMENT
,1
Results of the second round
the PWGA Handicap Tourname
unaerway at the Panama Go!
ciud are:
Championship Flight: Perantt
over Carpenter, Askew over Dilfer.
Wright, Jones over Owens.
Third Flight: Hood over HehJ
nan, Clinely over Daniels.
The third and final round musl
be completed by 6 p.m. SunriaV
July. Prizes will be awarded t
the winners at the regular PWG4
tournament which will be held .Tui
ly 19 at the Ft. Amador Golf Club
Some really keen competion Is ex
pected when the Mowing player!
meei w ueiermine wno Will De the
1958 Handicap Champions:
Championship Flight: S'temple v
Garrett.
Second Flight: Purdy vs Jonea'
Third FhW: Hood vs Clinely.
Everyonetsas extremelv no?.?
when Peggy Dickerson, fter winj
iiing iuugn one over reari Tnmu
defeaulted to Garrett. Peggy had
a good reason she became th
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PAGE SEVEN
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Roy Done Got Patterson Whupped Right Now

mtTRSVAT, JULY 10, 1M

Bt'i iitc 11 wv mnuv nefondina champion Althea

Gibson, of New York, it thown in action during her winning match
ni.i.u.. bia Tniv i i Wimhlprinn. Eneand. She ad-

vaneerl to the finals July 3 by beating England's Anne Hayden, 6-2,
I . . Iiii knr un.iiinn c cmtf PC

-0, m just 38 minutes. Aimea went on io itum
championship by storing a thrilling 8-6, 6-2. victory over Angela
Mortimer of-Britain.

I by
I Dan Daniel

p.iuintr Tj?hp it is hot and serious in

BAblIMUr. v-u-wh it ig be;nK

KlT. A "stir game reSit sponsored; oddly enough, by Lou
JUOP l Vr nr;i ,!, n,nPH control of L ie

B-S&tt turnstile chau,
Kara, ioint meeting of the pion of the majors.

Kra'aonal and American Leagues; The old circu. rs conv.ncea

rK.i?"111.' nrcanizationslclub now in the league being will

.inn and the ine to transfer its franchise,

were m w j.. Uw

life. 1 topic on their agendas was

to secret. They were ihikius
it. in oinhe and shunning

both the commissioner's plan for

Iwo circuits of u teams

there is only one way to recover

the territory given up Dy ine ui ui-ants
ants ui-ants and Dodgers ,and that is to
wpalA new terrain throuall exoan-

sion. Perini would sell out in Mil

L icaina v... ..... .

j ji u; maim- 1 e a 12 u e wauKee ami won uiuncu
land tire third fe j from New York, would build a
Schemes of the visionaries. m pi,, 'h Meadows.

I The Am.nc.an "ague -riC Yankee are the most ve-

rTth. Cleveland cb Se- hement opponents of expansion,
lems of the Cleveland ciud. ti don,t

laTfiSW 2" if they would benefit horn
Pl? F6 eyei? f tftirUh Nntinnal League's re-entry in

c -Diii rfl inr a iMt i v. i w

1 aui

and other represent

Itivet of Minneapolis here W

they stand an excellent cuic
EL.u intn the American Laue

tor 1959, However, they are not
counting their chickens before

.,r.JMnl. Minneapolis

Bthoutht that K;.h!dtard the Gi-

Eatfl were moviws, w
fa .mall ayhdlcat.
,,. Which ownatt. new Min-

Kieapuit oau pars nw
M-icrtaaing its capacity fron

WU 000 to 45,000. men
Etunnifif news about San Francis-

L Parhani even miwe

than Cleveland's plans with re retard
tard retard ta Minneapolis were those
$f the ever-troubled Washington
I According to Calvin Griffith he
Vas being urged by stockholders
to get put of the Capital and
'move into some eity which mifeht
makt money for the Senators.
NL Mwit Return te New Yerk
I Since Griffith represents 51 pcr pcr-Iftti
Iftti pcr-Iftti rJ5 4i,. i,.h' tnpk and Gabe

Wohy, opposed to moving, ho.ds
31U it must be that

' mamnArt 111 (,(11 uiiiiMM

'"V: rtin. tired of low

in : "any event, .the Sena
tot are looking at Minneapolis
Wiville and. way fttions
While expansion conversation is
kewarrinJhA m e r i c a n

t Mow York and construction of

a park which would be only min
utes ride by car from the Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Dan Topping, Del Webb and
George Weiss also are supported
in their anti-expansion beliefs by
the sincere conviction that two
new clubs in each circuit, forced
to s'lart from zero, would face fi financial
nancial financial and on-the-tield disaster.

By FRANK A. GODSOI
CUT AND SHOOT, Tex.-(.NEA
"V'lrn iw Henrv Harris said as

be sat on th porch of hi lug

cabin and lonflied a Daoy, uow
many dignataries we had to nut
up with today Might near 300 I
betcha!'?'
L had been a hot, humid, busy
day in the pine-tree clearing
urhcrp Hpnrv anrt m Avt nf tlK

children live, and where his son.1
Roy, the backwoods uprising c'.
nature who also caches school, is
tr iiuni ti liplil Klnvil Patlprsim

for the heavyweight shampioa
ship, Aug. 18, at Los Angeles.
' "THEY STOOD AROUND an I

thy gawked, and .hey askd foodl
questions," continued Henry as a
car with dim lights spun up the'
e ravel road to his house from the

highway.
"Hit's Wildman," somebody
guessed correctly, as Roy's cous cousin,
in, cousin, now running for Montgomery
County's Superintendent of
Schools, stopped, go out and
greeted two dozen kinsmen of the
rustic fighter.
"Where you been, Wildman''
snmphndv wanle'd tn know '?'Ynn

too busy with politics to watch
Roy train no more?"
"Naw." said Wildman Woo 1 1-man,
man, 1-man, "I star ed over here and
saw all them cars. I turn't around
and went home. Them big cars
beat this gravel road to powder,
don't they? 1 remember when
this road was two wagon tracks
Brown nn in mat weeds

o r
Fifty yards away, in his three three-room
room three-room cottage, Harris sat in front
of a TV set with his prety wife,
Jean.
He wore an old pair of trousers,
anH nn shirt over his nnwerfiil.

tannd muscles. By eight o'clock,
he was sleepy and he went to bed.
"Wake me up at five." he sa'd.
"I aim to do seven miles. Got
two new sparring partness comin"
in. One of 'em is that Sonnv
Moore. Had him las' year befor
the Pastrano fight. Glad to have

him back."
BACK IN HENRY'S CABIN the
clansmen were talking about the
p'trson fight.
"Y'know." said Roy's brotlier.
Tobe. who won 26 of 28 as a H;:ht
heavy befor a broken shoulnc
fnrced re,itprvlen, from the rine.
"if it warn't for this here election
''d ri''e a mule everv blasted inch
from here to the fisrht."
Tnhe nlanned the same kin' of
muleback excursion last August to
Mi?mi when Roy wis scheduled
to fight a return with Willie Pas-t-ino.
But the fight never came
off.
comeboHv asked, "Henry you
think Bnv'H he readv"

"Why nothin's no certainfcr'n
that!" said the fighter's daddy,
"Rov'11 knock hij had off. H
onliest thing that bothers me Is
the people botherln': -hint.

If he had, I'd a chased the lo
of 'em clean through Lit le Crystal
Crpk.
"For a day or two, they had
someining working for Roy lo fly
up to Nw York where all them
sports writers could pick at him.
I put my foot down; Told 'em
tha. boy could't be trapisin'
'round the country and trying to

get reaay io wnup erson.
Somebody said, "Hnry whalcha
think 'bout this Pat erson's man-1
ager who come out here t'other!

day?"
"Right nice," said Henry, i
"Didn't stay long. Too hot I guess.
Roy dumb up a rope for him. He
seem th muscles in Roy's back.
Seemed kinda flabbergasted. Too'.;
off thai funny lookin' hat and
started fannin' hisserf. Said he's
never seed no weight lifter with
muscles in his hack like Roy. Roy
wasn't even puffin' hard."
Most of the clan began to drift
away Coon Massey, windy Vain Vainer,
er, Vainer, Cousin Armadillo Moorehe?d.
Finally, Henry turned to his brother-in-law,
Roe Brown, 70.
"Roe, y'going lo the fight?"
'"Taint't no use," said Roe.
"Wouldn't cross the San Jacir.to
to see it. Roy done got him whup whupped
ped whupped right now."

LEADING
HITTERS

(Based on 175 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
PLAYER AND CLUB
C AB R H Pet.

Musial, St. L.
Mays, S.F.
Dark, Chi.
Skinner, rtt.
Flood, St. L.
Green, St. L.
Temple, Cinci.
Walls, Chi.

Ashburn, Phila.

358'

70 252 37 91
76 305 62 109
61 249 28 83
72 268 48 8

56 179 24 57 .318
66 211 29 66 .313
74 288 40 89 3U'J
78 311 54 93 3U&J

73 291 41 89 .306

Andersos, Phila. 69 259 37 79 305
Crowe, Cinci. 56 187 16 57 .305

CASE IS CLOSED
RALEIGH, N.C. (NEA-In 12
years, Everett Case-coached North
Carolina State baske'ball ieams
won 300 games while using 77.

V

Perini Weuld Start at Zere
Perini, on the other hand,
undaunted by the manifest handi handicaps
caps handicaps and problems he would have
to beat down if he came into
New York.

Tlwuo urhn favor exoanSKUl SaV

, in..,, " r
tha manning four new franchises
could be accomplished through cut cutting
ting cutting the major player limit from
ik to 23 and throwing optioned

player pools, totaling some 240
men, open to purchase.
Frank Lane, who had once set
up a plan for expansion, insists
those who oppose 10 club circiiK
are either selfish or timid. Penni
evidently is neither.
Tom Yawkey is said to be
strong for expansion, but Boston
sources insist there is no special
significance to the surprising a a-bandonment
bandonment a-bandonment of SarasoU, Fla., as
the training base of the Red Sox.
and their transfer to Scottsdale.
Ariz., recently deserted by the O O-rioles,
rioles, O-rioles, who have pone to Miami.

"NOW TAKE TODAY. Thy
come from Lufkin and Houston
and some from over around Tyler.
One bunch come clean from D-i1-les.
and .mother feller was taking
pictures. Roy didn't seem to mfnd.

jaaaEt V .-ixlpljjB MHmeV
LELKaEaK'' PaaaP

AMERICAN
Fox, Chi.
I'ower. Cleve.
Cerv, K.C.
Kuenn, Del.
Vernon, Cleve.
Williams, Bos.
Ward, K.C.
Runnels, Bos.
Jensen, Bos.
Ma zone, Bos.
Colavito, Cleve

LEAGUE
76 297 39 97 .327
70 49 91 .326 i
70 260 54 84 .323

tit J8 33 79
64 191 28 61
70 226 46 71
67 223 30 70
70 270 41 84
75 267 48 83

76 309 41 94 .304
R1 237 31 72 .304

.3iH
.319
.314
.314
.311
.311

HOl.... kJNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Thomas, Pirates
Banks, Chicago
Walls, Cubs
Cepeda, Giants
Mathews, Braves
Mays, Giants

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
Mantle, Yanirs
Sievers, Senators
Triandos, Ononis

rneTl V Tha. Philadetahia

WWM I h I ,
Phillies Teportedljr gave Dick I

Smith in excess ol fo.uuu ana
a college scholarship for sign signing.
ing. signing. Fifteen other clubs sought
the 18-year-old left-hander..

RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Thomas, Pirates
Banks, Cubs
Spencer, Giants
Cepeda, Giants
Mays, Giants

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COOLING OFF PERIOD One way to ieat the heat is to turn space man on ice. With a
mountain as a backdrop and young people taking it easy all around, David Jenkins hangs j
suspended in air at top ot a jump on outdoor l ink at Sun Valley, Ida. He s world champion, v

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox 68
Cerv, Athletics 62
Lemon, Senators "''
Sievers, SEsators 49
Gernert, Red Sox 16

LEADING
PITCHERS

(Based on 7 decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.

McMahon, Braves
Farrell, Phillies
Worthington, Giants
Phillips, Cubs
Koufax, Dodgers

6
6
8
a -5
7

.6S1
.750
.7'!7
.714
.700

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Delock, Rd Sox 7 0 1.000
Turley, Yankees 12 3 .801
Larsen, Yankees 7 2 .7"3

Sullivan. Red Sox 6 2 .750 1

Ford, Yankees 10 4 .711

(Joe Williams is vacation.)

Interesting Developments
Shape Up For Final Months
Of Major League Flag Races

By NORMAN MILLER

best bets to succeed Milwaukee
l M..tinai l.i.nMu- fhaninions.'

.. :. ; th. laat The Cards, who had a wretched

SS? I.Jeb.11 8 faM Ju? because I field. Their biggest drawback has
ion, oaseDau iau, ,...,.,!, ctiv niteh hv The addi.ion

u. v..v.. lnnk like theV re

making a runaway of the Amer

Hcan league race.
f There are still several interest interest-lint
lint interest-lint developments shaping up for
the nex few months, including
Ithat ding-dong battle for the Na

tional Lague pennant, a sm-ica...
tace for runherup in the Amer American
ican American League, and lots of conten conten-ttinn
ttinn conten-ttinn for in individual batting and

pitching honors.
r That National League race is

he tiRhtes top 10 DOT ora siinni-

tile in modern nasenau nisiory i
Ua baalf-WaV nnint nf the season.

imagine eigm tiud aepaiaicn "y
la total of only seven games! How
'much closer eould it bee
' The world champion Braves
'who have had their (hare of in
'Juriei ao far, owned only a half,
'game lead going into tonight's
lame against the Dodgers.
j .1 j ... ,..!, fool Mil.

Ann mem vir niaiij wuu mci ..

July-Sept, is
SKI TIME

1

.AliU incus ...,' ....w
waukee ia in for a lot of trouble

Hanay Conctrnad With Plfcnmg
U.nv Ilka noal-lv all n

the other managers of NL con contenders,
tenders, contenders, has reason to be con concerned
cerned concerned about his pitching. Bo'.i
.Buhl i on the disabled lisi; Lew
iRurdette is only 6-7 and has been
Ibeaten in three of his last four
Starts; Warren Spabn. allhoi."h
in hai lost four af hia last six

ifrTT'.

lauris.

l IV Uie nia.vca ibii, men uiv

of Sal Magne nas neen a oik m-iy
If roanaser Fred Hutchinson tan
inspire Sam Jones, Lindy McDsn
iel and Vinegar Bend Miiell to
pitch up lo their capabilities, the
Cards could win their first pen pennant
nant pennant since 1946.
Cincy Does About Faca
Cincinnati has done the most
amazing about-face in baseball
this season. Once the perennial
long-ball-hittinp scourge of the
i. ...nn.. Hw. nor!10 now rank nnlv

sixth in bat" tag and seventh in
home runs. But tHey're tops in
fielding percentage and their
pitching staff's earned run aver average
age average is second-best In the league.
Shifting to that American
Leaaue cakewalk. you don't have
to be clairvoyant to figure out
that the Yankees are "in". If they
play at least .500 ball in their
remaining 81 games. Their closest
,,,c tha Afhletiec and Red

Sox, will have In win 52 of thr
in -i 70 in Avt'il.ike manaeer

Casey Stengel' men, Thafa a

.658 pace, wnicn is ioi pomia
higher than Kansas City and Boa Boa-inn
inn Boa-inn have nlaved thus far.

Rebind the Yankees, the next

six clubs are separated by only
three games. And riva1 American
Toatrna elih owners, who visuali?e

an opportunity to salvage some

gate receipts from me Keen nsnie
for three other first division

Iw,, 1 1, c tiraaCh In unison

' 1 V .. .. ... .
"Thnk heaven for amall fa-

ln Chile p

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14 weekly flights by all-first-class DC-7
or all tourist DC 6B. Radar on all flights.

Fly naw auid enjoy the fabuloua ski season in tha
Chilean Andes. Santiago, Chile, it a mecca
for tki meitteri bacauaa nearby
elopes offer magnificent trails, tows, chair lifts and
nine mile run. You can fly through to
Santiago any day you like if you fly Panagra.
Portillo it world famous for winter sports. Championship
ourses. Ice skating. Modern 300-room hotel.
Per mora Information about ski fields and details,
too your Travel Agent or Panama Agencies Co.
Manuel Maria da Icaxa Street Campa Altera Buildina No. I
Tel. !-9s0 and 1-7014.

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1891, 2-1891, 2-IS9S waakdayt, 1 1-5954
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1 955 Ford Victoria hardtop, pink
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2-1891. 2-1895 weekdays, 3 3-5954
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FOR SALE: Bargain, 1956
Thundarbird fordomatic country
aadan, nina passenger. $1,700.
, Call 2-3628 House 5759 Sibert
Street.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet, 4
doer sedan $150.00, 0759-1
Williamson Placa, 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 I I-5533.
5533. I-5533. FOR SALE: 1947 Ford Jalopy
(coupe sedan). $75. May be seen
at house 2172-C, 8th St. Cu Cu-rundu.
rundu. Cu-rundu. Taylor Tel. 83-5162.
FOR SALE: Buick, 1951. 4
door with Dynaflow. Good tiras,
paint, and mechanical condition.
Very clean. $395.00. Balboa
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CHUCKLE HEAD
I LOOT IS PICKLED
. LOS ANGELES (UPI Some
gourmets who like their food pick pick-i
i pick-i led are the objects of a city.wide
'fearch here today.
A food shop owner told police
at burglars broke into his store
- Ub
and stole eight gallon jars of pick.
lied pigs' feet, eight gallon jars of
'pickled ham hocks and six 2V4
gallon jari of pickled sausages.

MISSES BASEBALL
' SPRINGFIELD, 111. (UPI) An
ardent sports lover pleaded with
i Judge Clem Smith for a softening
of hk probation sentence on com-
passionate grounds.
, Richard Castleman, 20, begged
to be allowed to leave Illinois for
brief periods, because he could
not bear to miss seeing the St.
Louis Cardinals.
i COULDNT BE TRUSTED
I CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (UPI) (UPI)-ITrusty
ITrusty (UPI)-ITrusty Reece Parker has lost the
i trust -of authorities at the county
jail here.
Officials let him out of his cell
to make a phone call, and he
'hasn't been seen since,
i
(TOT STEALS BASES
I CHARLES CITY, Iowa (UPI) (UPI)-'Stealing
'Stealing (UPI)-'Stealing bases has landed a six.
J year-old boy into a mess of trou trouble.
ble. trouble. Police said the youngster went
'So a Little League field. .put
first, aecond and third base in his
wagon. .and carted them home.
AND IT'S STILL RISING
j ATLANTA (UPI)-Modern con.
, sumers aren't the only ones who
nave been alarmed at the high
jfcost of living look at the plight
i of Atlantans of 49 years ago.
$ A .atory in the Atlanta Journal
tof Sept. 9, 1909. beefed that prices
(had risen to 3Vi cents a quart for
fmilk, 28 cents a dozes for eggs,
ffour cents a loaf for bread and
llVi cents a pound for bacon.
I
Diablo Camera Club
Sets Arm Chair Trip
At Balboa USO-JWB
' The Diablo Camera Club will
Conduct an arm chair trip to Pe-
ru O0 Monday at the ITSO.JWB
Armed Forces Service Center at
T:30 p.m.
Offering semi. monthly illustrated
talk as a summer form of rn'r rn'r-r,Wsepinmnt
r,Wsepinmnt rn'r-r,Wsepinmnt and information for Isth Isthmians,
mians, Isthmians, members of the loci ca.n ca.n-'
' ca.n-' f a club have interesting views on
What can be seen in the Spanish
' American country.
Lima, the capital of Peru, will
be presented for viewing.
Also to be shown in the arm
eair tour are the towns of Pach j
mac, which houses the remains
"if the Temple of the Creator God
Ad the Inca Temple o the Sun;
rfffild the Ix)fty town of T'nancavo.
Mpsached by a railway which goes
' 'TlD so high that oxygen is carried
,iboard 'or nassrngers unaceustom
ijld to the heights.
!-.W"In addition to other interesting
Ipumtl views of alpacas, llamas
and vicunas will be displayed.
' Pertinent dialogue provided by
'vfPf Wtnhws of the Diablo Came.
' Shi Club will accompany the slides.
Kipe sol, the monetary unit of Pe Pe-y.
y. Pe-y. is worth about six cents, how however,
ever, however, the genera" nublic which is
lfavited to the USO..IWB on Mon.
ijjfljay, to visit Peru slide-wise, need
HHr he concerned about converting
itWir dollars since tHere is no
Charge for the "trip."

iOT WRITER'S CRAMP
MILWAUKEE. Wis. (UPliJo
BeT Von Suskovic was to 'eave
tor Ronheby. Sweden yesterday ty
marry his pen pal sweetheart.
Von Suskovic. 80. and his bride
lo-be have been corresponding for
tfZ years.

Apartments

FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, living-dining-room,
large porch, Venetian
blinds, garage, linen, China glas glas-warc.
warc. glas-warc. Exclusive residential sec section.
tion. section. Bella Vista, telephone Bal Balboa
boa 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: Nicely furnished
apartment, bedroom, living-dining,
etc. Via Espana No. 117
(8 a.m. to 5 p.m.), or call Tel,
3-1717.
FOR RENT: One room apart apartment
ment apartment kitchen and service. Next
to the Key Club I Street No. 26,
Tel. 2-5174 3-7844.
FOR RENT: Cool and comfort comfortable
able comfortable screened one bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment suitable for small family in
St. Regis building. (Calle Da Da-rien
rien Da-rien No. 5). Call Panama 2 2-1455
1455 2-1455 during office hours or 3 3-1
1 3-1 747 after.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom apartment in La Joya
building, near Canal Zone, has
stove, refrigerator, bed, dinette
set etc. Completely wire screend,
placa 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 I Bella Vista. Phone
3-6936.
Apartment: For Rent: Modern
one bedroom apartment, 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. Ricardo Arias
Street, in Campo 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 Ricardo
do Ricardo Arias. Tel. 3-4994 $140.00.
FOR BINT: j Two bedrooms
apartment in "II Cangrejo" liv-ing-diningroom.
kitchen, eery eery-ice,
ice, eery-ice, already balcony, maid room
with service, all furnished,
and garage. Street Alberto Na Navarro
varro Navarro No. 41 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. 1 5 Tel.
2-2883 or 3-4734.
FOR RENT: Furnished one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment across from El
Panama Hilton, apply Fete El
Halcon or call phones 3-1179
or 3-6082.
FOR RENT: Army inspected
one bedroom apartment, kitch kitch-inetta
inetta kitch-inetta No. 17-18. 4th of July
Ave. Phone 2-2081.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment. 4th of July
Avenue No. T1-352, Quarry
Heights entrance. For informa information
tion information apply to same address.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with one bedroom, dining
room, kitchen, lose de Fabrega
Avenue, entraa.ee of El Carmen
Church. Call Balboa 2-2851.
FOR RENT: Furnished, one
bedroom modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 168 Via Belisario Porras.
Tractor Trucks,
Signal Items Co
On Sale July 21
The U.S. Army Caribbean pro property
perty property disposal officer announces
two sales of excess personal and
foreign property.
Items in the first sale include
three five ton tractor trucks, a
floor type switch gear and miscel.
laneous chemicals. Sealed nids will
be opened at 9 a.m., July 21, in the
bid room at Building 706, Corozal.
Bids for the second lot will be
opened at 10 a.m., July 21, at the
same site. Property on sale in
eludes miscellaneous Signal items
such as resistors, cab'e and cable
assembly, coils, radio frequency
tuner, rectifier, recording lane
and patching cord. Also availahlc
are such materials as brackets
tools, transformers, wrench sets,
hardware kits and capacitators.
All property may he inspected
from 7:30 tp 11:30 a.m., and 1 to
3:30 pm., except holidays, be.
tween now and the date of the
sale, by contacting the property
disposal officer, at Corozal 4141).
BATTLI FOREST FIRES
YUCAIPA, Calif. (UPI Fire Firefighters
fighters Firefighters battled llirce fins
today which binned a bunt
500 acres in the San Bernardino
national forest. Some 200 cainiers
and their leaders were forced to
lave their camp sites yesterday
in a three-hour period yesterday
in a six mile area, three blazes
broke out, leading U.S. forest
rangers to believe they were set
by an arsonist.

1?VZ2.,u,Wa2E,SF- S"",.!? R OUB OFflCES AT 13 37 "H" STREET, PANAMA MBRKRIA PRECIADO-7 Street No. 1J AGENCIAS
n n t f.. JA5'N.0,-JLU"?3' CASA ZALDO-Central Ave. 45 1.01 RDKS PHARMACY-182 La Carrasquilla FARMAC1A LOM-
I ?Fr.?;.2 ?H2 MORHISON th ot Jul, Ave. & J St. a LEWIS SERVICE Ave. TlvoU No. 4 FARMACIA EST A DOS UNIDOS-MS Central Ave
?, -C. 'V. U?,7 a!?"?1., VS0 t HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Fco. de la Ossa Ave. No 41 FOTO DOMY-Justo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. EAR EAR-o
o EAR-o F..A.cAD.ER.MI?-5S.8.e', No- a ARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lofsvie 7 Street e FARMACIA "SAS"-Vla Porras 111 o MOVED ADES ATHIS
Beside the Bella is la Theatre.

Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottaflea
Santa Clara R de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-IS77 Cristobal 3-1673.
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar. the bdst beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. The
new management is at your serv service.
ice. service. FOSTER'S Cottooes and La roe
Beach House One mile pact the
.Casino Phone Balboa 1 866.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
on beach. Phone Thompson,
Balboa 1772.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Commercial recale
in Justo Arosemena Ave. No.
37-11. Opposite Cristo Roy
Church. Tel. 2-2341.
Houses
FOR RENT: Three months,
beautiful 3-bedroom residence
in El Cangrejo completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. For information call 3 3-I
I 3-I 167.
FOR RENT: Vacation quarters.
Jjly 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
9-3641 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.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
two bedroom living-rjiningroom,
kitchen, U.S. Army inspected.
Enquire 45th Street 2-241.
Phone 3-5351. From 8:00 to
9:00 a.m. or 7:30 on.
FOR RENT: Half of chalet, In Independent,
dependent, Independent, completely furnished,
modern. With all necessetiei,
linens, kithen utensils, residen residential
tial residential area, garage, garden, hot
water, near bustop. Tel. 3-5356.
LIMA TOUR
I days De Lux Hotel
$180.00
leave every Thurs. and Frl.
FliUNfHlP
TRAVEL SERVICE
Tel. Panama 2-1681
YOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, calloua calloua-aes,
aes, calloua-aes, Ingrown toe nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Arosemena Ave. I3-4S
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 RIDQE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
(or rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
The New
S P
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vlewflnder System
Panama Colon

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Miscellaneous

VMCA SKIN DIVERS. We have
your choice ot equipment.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES CORP.
"J" St. 13A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
B E G I NNERS SPEARFISHING
OUTFIT Qualify Italian Junylux
Gun, Fins and Mask $18.50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" St. !3A-30 Tel. 2-1905.
POR 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,
"Rosita" 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, 8 mm projector and
camera, metal dresser, wooden
dresser Call Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALE: R o lie if lex Camera
with case. Light meter $120.00.
Brand new. Call Panama 2-2797.
ENGINE TEST SUCCESS
CHRIST CHURCH, New Zealand
(UPI Engineers at the Uni University
versity University of Scalterbury yesterday
successfully tested a 60-horsepow
er gasoline turbine engine that
is expected to drive a car 150
miles per hour The engine, one one-third
third one-third the size of an ordinary
American-made car engine, gels
15 miles to a gallon of aviation
kerosene.
Red-Mobilized
Boastful Mr.
BERLIN (UPI) -n A boastful
Nikita S. Khrushchev reveled in
the organized cheers of commu commu-nist.mobilized
nist.mobilized commu-nist.mobilized crowds in East Ger.
many yesterday and then con contrasted
trasted contrasted them to the jeers which
met Vice President Richard M.
Nixon during his recent South Am.
erican tour.
The Soviet Premier made typ typically
ically typically rambling speeches on a tour
of the Communist zone predicting
the death of the "old, sickly cap capitalist
italist capitalist world," rebuking Yugo.
slavia for taking U. S. "alms,"
and expressing a wish for an
East West summit riinfrpnn
Hungarian Communist Party
ieauer janos ivaoar arrived in the
East German capital yesterday
apparently for satellite summit
talks coinciding with the Stalinist
crackdown on Yugoslavia and Po.
land.
In addition, it was revealed that
Marshal Rodion Malinovsky, So Soviet
viet Soviet defense minister h H -inin4
Khrushchev's delegation.
First Meeting Since Execution
It was believed to be TTrUr'
first meeting with Soviet leaders
since me execution of freedom
Premier Imre Naev sharnensi iha
Kremlin breach with Yugoslavia
and threatened a new one with
Poland. It was assumeH ha 1,1
join Khrushchev and Bast Ger German
man German DartV boss Walter TTIVii-ioht
in talks outside Thursday's formal
opening oi tne congress of the
cusi uerman l ommnni.r i,.i
. al i y
The East German
ADN reDorted that trhi-M.k.i,...
was greeted bv a rheeri 110 rrnwrH
of "workers and intellectuals' in
T5
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Home Articles

Rattan dinigroom table, four
chain $85.00. Call 2-1891, 2 2-1895
1895 2-1895 weekdays. 3-5954 Sun Sundays
days Sundays and evenings.
FOR SALE: Baldwin Acrosonic
piano. Norge electric dryer. Play Playpen.
pen. Playpen. Biltrite baby carriage. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Phone 3-1709
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: Wardrobe and junior
bed 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
China cabinet. Peru Ave. No. 29 29-28
28 29-28 last floor.
FOR SALE: Double bed) 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; Large
desk and chair 35.00; Metal
bed 30' 6.96; Sofa beds 65.00;
Hollywood beds complete 49.00;
Medern 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.
Crowds Cheer
K In E. Berlin
the East German tqw,n of Halle.
He acknowledged the cheers and
said the meeting was exactly the
opposite of what Nixon experi.
enced in South America.
Rejects Western Plans
Khrushchev, in a brief taik, re.
jected Western plans for German
unification through free elections,
charging the United States with
having dark motives for its mil.
itary bases in West Germany.
He said the Soviet Union would
not allow Germany to be unified
as an ally of the West or to be.
come a member of the North At.
lantic Treaty organization,
As for the West, Khrushchev
said his nation wanted to co. exist
with the capitalist countries and
to defeat them in peaceful corn,
petition. He said he hoped a sum.
mit conference could be held soon
to establish the conditions and at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere for a peaceful economic
race with the West.
Batea Classes
Continue Tonight
The latest evel of hta rinsB.0
will continue tonight at the USO.
.ma Armeu forces Service Cen.
ter. Brush.swinging time is 7:30
p.m.
Tonight's session will be devot devoted
ed devoted to the desien "SpatH nii-"
or as alternative "Svmnmiri.'.i
Parrot God" asd the "Salesman
Ood.
Since the new class is working
on a perpetually swinging door
s stem, interested, prospective par
ticipants may still enter the class
any Thursday evening.

NOW PLAYING
AT THE
PRESIDENTE
THEATRE No. 1. Peru Are.

FOR ADULTS ONLY!

The Spiciest, Raciest, Gayest and Most
Ty, "K of All FRENCH FILMS'
Lots of Girls, Dances, Beauties in The Nude
and The Sexiest SPECIALTIES!
STRIP-TEASE"
THE QUEEN OF
(MADEMOISELLE STRIP-TEASE)
with
DORA DOLL PHILLIPE NICAUD

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ABSOLUTELY PROHIBITED FOR
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Boats b Motors

FOR SALE: 15 ft. Sea Babe w
cabin 35 Evinrude and trailer, 2 2-1338.
1338. 2-1338. 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 reel, trailer
hitch. Balboa 2-1569.
FOR SALE: 15 h.p. outboard
motor, used only 5 hours. Call
82-4237.
FOR SALE: New outboard mo motor
tor motor boat. Call 2-2887 Balboa
for details, before 3 p.m.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Ha r lay Davidson
Hummer, new paint job. Tires
good, running condition $125.
Also various other motorcycle
and scooter parts Powell motor motor-scooter
scooter motor-scooter $20.00. 0847 Pendleton
St. Balboa. Call 2-4224.
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.
Dorese Waitei School of Dancing
Reopening September 4th. Regis Registration
tration Registration August 28th, 29th, 30th;
10:00 to 5:00 Knights of Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Hall, Balboa.
Real Estate
POR SALE: Lots in Coronado
Beach, facing the road, at 20c.
to 30c. a meter. Down payment
$50.00 and you may start using
the lot immediately. NOTE: This
offer will remain open only to the
date conatruction starts on the
"Coronado Beach Hotel".
Inormotion: Robert Eisenmann,
Jr. Tel. Panama 2-4505.
at?? 'Hffl -1
White beaded evening bag with
rhinestone neckiace inside at
Union Club July 4th. If found
please call 3 6508.
LOST: Cat, female, gray tiger
striped. Wearing collar with
belli. Answer to name "Sweetie,"
Lost in Diablo. Call Tel. 2-2783
2-1682 or 2-2589. $10.00
reward.
LOST: Around Ft. Gulick area.
Large hound dog, black end white
with brown ears. Call 3-1912 or
2-4473.
PLAN ANTARCTIC TRIP
CHRIST cmmrH Maw 7a1 i3
- --t cicninuu
vuri ixew Zealand scientists
and explorers will return to the
Antarcnc in the spring and re re-occupy
occupy re-occupy Scott base at McMurdo
Sound for the next two years
the government announced
Wednesday.
DOUBLES CRIER'S WAGES
mu,0UT1!u MOLTON, England
tun The town council an
nounced yesterday K was dou doubling
bling doubling the ages of town crier Sam
Price. Hereaf er, he will receive
70 cents for his daily two hour
tour around the town shouting
the news. Sam, dressed in the
traditional century frok coat,
makes 30 stops during his tour',
during which he rings his bell,
gives the ancient call of "oyez"
and "cries" out the news

TO OUR ADVERTISERS:
With a view toward improving service and correcting
irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to time,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a special

CLAIMS SECTION

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Please dial Tel.

We will appreciate your call which will enable us
to serve you better 'OK

WANTID: Competent manager I

for office equipment and general
supply establishment 6 to I
weeks good salary must be bilin bilingual
gual bilingual and have experience. Cama-
ra de Comercio, apt. 9 (tel. 3 3-7028).
7028). 3-7028). Servicios f Colocaciones.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211 CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
WANTED: 3 or 4 bedroom,
chalet from August or Septem September.
ber. September. Tel. 3-4707.
WANTED: To buy three Volks Volkswagens,
wagens, Volkswagens, CASH. Only Canal Zone.
Will see after 5:00 p.m. Mr.
Fenseca, Hotel Colon, Panama.
Phone 2-0770.
PAAF Company

Season Gets Underway Tonight

The 1958 Panama Area Armed
Forces Company Level Basketba 1
Tournament will be opened this
evening at Fort Clayton's Reeder
Gym.
The initial game, at 6:30 o"
clock, will be between the 62nd
Machine Records Unit team, Fort
Amador, and the Navy Marine
Barracks squad. This will be fol followed
lowed followed by a clash between Vp.
534th MP's from Fort Clayton
and the Fort Kobbe Headquarters
Company quintet, slated for 8 n'
clock.
Tomorrow the USARCARB
School team, representing Army
Atlantic, and B. Company of Ft.
Kobbe will start action at 6:30
p.m., and the second game will
be between Albrook AACC and
the Fort Clayton Hawks.
D Battery, 764th AAA Battalion,
Fort Amador, and th Alhrnnlr
Support Squadron team drew o-
penmg round Dyes.
Tournament gams will continue
through July 19 with a varied
number of games to be played
each day of the tourney.
Dates and game times will be
as follows: Julv 11: 6:30 and ft
p.m. July 12: 9:30 a.m., 2 p.m.,
o:ju ana 8 p.m. July 14: 9:30
a.m, i pm, e:3U and 8 p.m. Ju.
ly 15: 9:30 a.m.. 2 D.m.. 6 30 and
8 p.m July 16: 6:30 and 8 pm.
JUiy n: 6:30 and 8 p.m. July 18:
OUT OUR WAY
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: iraBl THERE, IZAAK WALTOW--A REAL 1 ( VET-WHAT ARE ilfeS :ii
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SERVICES

3 -minute car wash $1. ,tMm
cleaninp of motor $5, waxier f
ears o. Auto-Ba no. Trans-
mian Highway near Sears
TELEVISION SERVICE
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME, $3.50
You get service the same day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford Aganciai. Phono
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 11-20.
Protect your hem and orooer-
ty against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment an
emergency er monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
TELEVISION SERVICE
No service charge
No minor charge
Boston-Miami Technicians
30 yeara in electronics
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2-3142.
Level Basketball
6:30 pm. July 19: 6 and 8:1J
p.m.
The tournament is being conl
uuuicu io aeiermine the PAAI
LOmpanv Level rin phu,,,,,;
tor 1958, as well as to give coach
cs a une on tne material thed
will have for the 1958 post leve
cumpeiiuon.
REJECT SHIP ELEVATOR
LONDON (UPI The Br I
government today rejected p
senger elevators in the R 'j
Navy's aircrafc carriers bee; d
the British navy is supposf
be manned by "young, A
bodied seamen." Rober s
parliamentary secretary
admiralty, announced the sdal
in response to a questio liteq
nouse ot commons on tt.
ting of the carrier Ark In
4r hei
Ar P
f" SI CONTRACTS
NEW YORK (UPI Fe i
l..n.fi.B.l I1 I L. ni 1
iciuauvnai xeiepuone at leieCii
uip., announced it nas rec j
for repair and rehabilitation J
a i mil ion Air i nrre rnr .
at sites ot the distant earh' v
ing DEW line. Federal El 9
is a prime contract- far' thai 1
Force in the maintenance of
DEW line.
BY J. R. WILL
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Investigation Chairman Gets Tough
Over Goldfine's Ridiculous Attitude
WASHINGTON, July 10 (UP) Chairman Oren Harris (D-Ark.) said today hit
House Influence investigating subcommittee will subpena business records of millionaire
Bernard Goldfine because of the textile tycoon's "ridiculous attitude" in refusing to
answer some questions.
Harris made the announcement after Goldfine stood firm on his refusal to answer
questions on why his firms dealt in uncashed treasurer's and certified checks totaling
$776,879 as of May. 7.
In particular, he refused to explain two checks, issued to the Yale Woolen Waste
Co. in the spring of 1957 and not yet cashed.
Harris, in effect, backtracked of a ru ling he made yesterday that such questions
were not pertinent to the subcommittee's inquiry into relations between Goldfine and
chief Presidential assistant Sherman Adams a close friend.

The subcommittee wants to
know whether Goldfine's New Eng.
land firms sot Dreferred treatment
from government agencies as a
result of inquiries which Adams
has conceded he made.
Adams has admitted he ac accepted
cepted accepted gifts and hospitality from
Goldfine, but has denied doing
anything improper on Gold
fine's behalf.
Some subcommittee members
expressed concern yesterday that
Harris' ruling had closed the door
on efforts to get information they
called vital to the inquiry.
Goldfine opened his fourth dav

of testimony by doing a little
backtracking on his own. He an answeredto
sweredto answeredto some extent one
, question at which he had balked
yesterday on the grounds it was
not pertinent.

some
This was on why he look
of the uncashed checks to the
bank "just after" the subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee called him to testify He said
there was "no particularly rea reason"
son" reason" for the action.
But when Rep. John B. Ben.
nett (R.Mich.) started pushing a
gain for specific information on
Other checks, Goldfine retreated to
the answer he had perfected yes. I
terday that the questions weren't j
relevant and that on advice of
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counsel he respectfully declined to
answer.
Goldfine angrily accused Rep.
Peter F. Mack (D III.) of try trying
ing trying to blackmail him yesterday
after the congressman asked if
the industrialist once had been
indicted for concealing assets in
a bankruptcy case.
Mack raised the question after
Goldfine refused to tell the sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee why he re-deposited
more than $231,000 worth of un.
cashed checks late last month
after holding them for periods of
up to three years.
Other subcommittee members
heatedly protested that Mac k's
question was unfair.

All reference to the incident
was stricken from the subcommit.
tee record, but not until after it
was disclosed that the charge
j mougnt a gainsi (Voldtine as a
i youth in 1909 was dropped.
Goldfine indignantly protested
Mack's line of questioning.
The incident occurred after
Goldfine and his blonde book,
keeper. Miss Mildred Pape-man,
astonished the subcommittee by
saying they were unable to re recall
call recall what happened to $89,035.89
in Goldfine checks except that
the money wasn't a gift to any.
one.
Harris termed it "a mysterious
situation" that called for more
digging by the investigators.
Rep. Charles A. Wolverton (R (R-N.H.)
N.H.) (R-N.H.) said he couldn't conceive
of anyone forgetting $89,000.
Harris told reporters later it
was possible the subcommittee
had gone as far as it could in try
ing o get the facts on some of
the checks. But he said other con congressional
gressional congressional committees might well
be interested, including the House
Ways and Means Committee which
handles tax matters.
Goldfine made his third appear,
ance before the subcommittee to
explain what happened to $776,000
worth of bank checks, including
me 89,wu, wnicn nad been bougnt
by Goldfine firms since 1941 and
still were not cashed.
subcommittee members threw
question after question at the fi.
nancier ana Miss faperman con
cerning the $89,000 but received
no answers they considered satis.
factory.
They were still pursuing this
line of testimony when Mack
dropped his bombshell about
Goldfine's alleged indictment
nearly 50 years ago.
Mack first asked Goldfine if it
was true he had been i nvolvpH in
a case involving concealment of
assets in a bankruptcy matter
some years ago.
Goldfine, following a formula he
had applied in refusing to an answer
swer answer a number of questions about
check transactions, declined to re reply
ply reply on grounds the inquiry was
not pertinent to the investigation
or within the scope of the sub subcommittee's
committee's subcommittee's authority.
Mack then asked:
"Is it not a fact you were in.
dieted in this matter?"
"No, I don't know what you are
talking about," Goldfine replied.
He demanded to know more de.
tails of what Mack had in mint!.
Mack after a slight delav. pro.
duced through subcommittee aides
two documents which were hand,
ed to Goldfine's counsel, Roger
Robb, for identification.
Robb said they appeared to
copies of indictments against
Bernard Goldfine, "almost 50
years old," and that they show showed
ed showed in both cases the charge
naa oeen dropped. He said he
could not read the copies well
Soviet Note Demands
That US Call Halt
To Nuclear Testing
(iENKVA
Switzerland, Julv
ID
(UPI) A
the I nited
slant" halt
Soviet demand that
States call an "in
to i,s nuclear tests
threatened today to wreck tile
work of the nuclear conference
here of EastWest scientists.
The scientific 'defectives" have

oeen meeting here for a week tolyear-
try to decide on foolproof nieth-1 The order was issued by Judges
ods of delecting malar explosions John B. Sanborn, St. Paul, Minn.,
il and when the entire world a-! Harvey M. Johnsen, Omaha, Neb.,
grees to ban further atom tests nA Martin D. Van Oosterhout,
Russia, in i s latest demand i Sioux City, Iowa,
thai the U.S. call a halt to atom-t The order said the court, would
lc bomb tests, asked for nlnrtoo I nprmit submission of the ca n

inai a nan on such tests was the
aim of the United Sates at the
current Geneva conference.
The demand was contained in
a note handed to U.S. Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador Llewellyn H. Thompson in
Moscow yesterday by Soviet For
eign Minister Andrei' Gromvko.
The not repeated a Soviet 'ul 'ultimatum"
timatum" 'ultimatum" of June 25 saving th
i.eneva conference would fail
An I t ... I C J!
if
I'liueu ocais enn not asree
to call off tests hefnr I f ?
down at the conference table.

enough to say what the charge
was.
Robb protested the procedura as
unfair to his client, pointing out
that Goldfine at the time must
have been about 18 years old.
Robb, reading laboriously from
the documents produced by Mack,
said that in one case there was
a notation that Goldfine had "re.
tracted a plea of guilty."
Mack cited this in defense of
his reference to the matter. He
also said after the hearing that
the indictments indicated he start started
ed started to ignore it at an early age.
Goldfine insisted that the re.
ported indictment wag news to
him.
"The first time I've heard of

it was right here today," he said.
in response to Goldfine's first
angry "blackmail" accusation,
Harris pounded his gavel and
ordered Goldfine's remarks
stricken from Hie record. Gold,
fine persisted, declaring that
"I'm not going to let anybody
blackmei! Goldfine."
Harris finally quieted the up.
roar. Mack agreed to strike his
remarks from the record and Har Harris
ris Harris ordered the whole sequence
deleted.
Ezra Pound Greets
Reporters With
Anti-US Tirade
NAPLES, Italy (UPI) Poet
Ezra Pound returned to Italy
yesterday and hailed his adopted
nation with a f ascist salute.
Pound, 72, accused World War
II traitor who recently was re.
leased from a mental hospital in
Washington, D.C., arrived here
aboard the liner Cristoforo Colom Colombo
bo Colombo en route to Genoa to spend hs
final years at the home of his
daughter Mary Pound de Rache-
wntz, wite ot a Koman prince.
He greeted reporters on the
liner's sundeck with a tirade
against the United States. He had
been taken to America after
World War II to face treason
charges for broadcasting anti-American
propaganda for the late
dictator Benito Mussolini.
The treason charges were drop,
ped when doctors said he never
would be sane enough to stand
trial.
A reporter launched the inter interview
view interview by asking Pound who was
America's greatest poet. He hes.
itated a minute, then replied in
a strong voice:
"Ezra Pound."
Someone asked him when he
was released from the mental hos.
pital.
"I never was," he replied.
"When I left the hospital I was
still in America, and all America
is an insane asylum."
NAACP Files Motion
To Hold Hearing
On Appeal Aug. 4
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI)-A mo.
tion was filed in the U. S. Court
of Appeals today asking that
a hearing on an appeal from the
order suspending racial Integra,
lion in Little Rock, Ark., schools
be held Aug. 4.
Wiley A. Branton, Negro attor.
ney from Pine Bluff, Ark., said
he thought the August date would
give both the school board, the
National Assn. for the Advance,
ment of Colored People, and other
Negro groups involved adequate
time to prepare their arguments.
Branton is representing the
NAACP in the case.
The appeals court earlier
today set a seven-day dead
line for either side in the case!
to motion for a hearing date.
Otherwise, the cage would have
had to have been placed on the
September docket of the court be be-L'inninc
L'inninc be-L'inninc SeDt. 10. about the time
the schools start their 1958 59 4
the original papers, rather than
consume the time necessary to
print documents.
The appeal is from an .order by
U. S. District Judge Harry J
Lemley authorizing the Little
Rock Board of Education to sus.
pend it plan for racial integra integration
tion integration until January, 1961.
The plan had been in effect
since last September, with Nation.
al Guardsmen protecting nine Ne.
gro students who attended Central
High School then. i

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Committee Youse Is Wrong'

WASHINGTON (UPI) A for.
mer Chicago union official lost
his temper and neglected his
grammar today in shrilly denying
Senate Rackets Committee char charges
ges charges that the Capone mob had spon.
sored his labor career.
"The whole bunch of youse is
wrong, Louis Romano, now a
Coral Gables, Fla.. insurance
agent, shouted from the witness
stand.
Romano invoked the Fifth
Amendment to a series of other
questions about his alleged un.
derworld connections
He pleaded possible self-incrim
ination when asked if he had
ever shot anyone. He refused to
answer when asked SDecifirallv M
ne naa a part in the murders of
of Abe Rubin, Isadore Sulpoor,
Charles Hadesman and Albert
Lucenti.
The former president of
Chicago Bartenders Local 278 also
engaged Committee Chairman
John L. McClellan (D-Ark.) in an
angry exchange over whether he
was telling the truth about a
shop.Iifting charge in Miami.
McClellan repeatedly admon
ished Romano to be "respectful"
and, since he was not accom
panied by a lawyer, to be careful
about how he answered questions.
Romano, ducking in and out
from behind the Fifth Amendment
flatly denied an assertion by Vir.
gil Peterson, director of the Chic,
ago Crime Commission, that he
was once a member of the Cap Cap-one
one Cap-one syndicate.
"I sat with Mr. Peterson in Ki.
wanis Club meetings s several
times' Romano sputtred indig indig-naatly.
naatly. indig-naatly. "Mr. Peterson ain't no
angel."
Committee counsel Robert E
Kennedy said Frank The En Enforcer)
forcer) Enforcer) Nitti and other Capone
gang members "placed" Romano
in the union. Romano said "I
yard and ask about them?"
When asked about the four nvir nvir-der
der nvir-der cases, Romano yelled at Ken.
nedy: "Why don't you go dig up
all the dead Ones from the ?rave
yard and ask about theme"
At another point, when Kennedy
asked whether he got payoffs.
Romano snapped: "You go find
out and then charge me with it."
" Asked where he keeps his mon mon-ey,
ey, mon-ey, Romano said "in my pock,
ets." But he resorted to the Fifth
Amendment when asked how
much cash he had on hand.
Romano, wearing dark glasses
and a bow tie, spent much of his
time answering questions shout

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Miami store detective, after he
allegedly walked out of the store
with two reels ot fishing line.
He told the committee he knew
nothing about a $500 payment to
get Poritsky to drop charges
against him. He said that was a 1
his wife's doing and "I wouldn't
give him a lead nickel."
Romano denied taking part in
ny labor management deals that
placed workers in unions without
their knowledge. He said, "I would
n't tolerate that."
Askd if he had any part in
payments, by management to un.
ions or unio officials, Romano
said he knew nothing about such
deals. If they occurred, he said,
it was at the "legal end" of his
association with former Capone
lawyer Abraham Teitelbaum, for
whom he worked as a labor re
lations expert.
He testified he joined Teitelbaum
at an $18,000 yearly salary after
resigning as head of the bartend,
ers union. Teitelbaum is retained
by the Chicago Restaurant Assn.
as a $125,000 a year labor counsel.
Soviet Embassy
In London Gets
Two More Letters
LONDON (UPI) The Soviet
embassy said today it has re received
ceived received two more letters purported purportedly
ly purportedly written by crewmembers of a
U.S. bomber threatening to drop
a nuclear bomb off the British
coast and then fly on to Russia
as refugees.
Copies of the two letters were
turned over to the British Foreign
Office.
One allegedly was signed by the
same mysterious "W" who sent
the original nuclear.bomb letter to
Soviet Ambassador Jaroh Malik
last week.
The second was said to be from
a man claiming to be a member
of "W's" bomber Crew.
An English farmhand claimed
last week he wrote the original
letter, but later he admitted he
did not write it.
U.S. auhorities here said thev
were convinced the original letter
was a "fake." They said today

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AEC Explains Cause
Of Worst Radiation
Accident In History
OAK RIDGE, Tenn. (UPI)-A
blue Hash, a strange, sweet smell
and the ringing of the alarm sig signaled
naled signaled the worst radiation accident
in the history of the Atomic En.
ergy Commission.
The AEC today released details
oi me cnucality accident at
the Y.12 plant June 16 in which!
eight employes were exposed to a
"significant" amount of radiation.
Three of the eight were released
from the hospital June 26. The
other five, who received heavier
doses oi radiation, are in "satis,
factory condition" at the hospital
and are permitted visits home
during the day.
The ARC in rairtawinn U
, ... v.TIIIg LIIC
I pvpnlc fl&irl tUn I i
-. ...... ....... uiv xuuuwujg inci incidents
dents incidents led to the chain reaction
in the uranium recovery room of
the plant.
a portion of higly enriched
uranium flowed or leaked through
a valved pipeline from a smiii
diameter tank fn one wing of the
building to another small tank in
the recovery room.
All of the tanks, because of the
geometrical configuration, were
"always safe" and a nuclear re reaction
action reaction could not occur.
Then, inadvertently, two of the
tanks in the recovery room were
filled with water for routine test,
ing. An employe, unaware of the
uranium leak, drained the solu
tion into a 55-gallon drum for
luuune resting.
The enriched uranium preceded
the water into the tank and put it
in a non.safe category. The nu
clarreactio n followed.
There was no explosion. But
there was an immediate emission
ana periodic emissions followed
for a period "not exceeding four
mmnfnc
The initial emission set off the
alarm and the building was evac
uated.
Chicago Protestants
Won't Back Crusade
By Billy Graham
CHICAGO (UPI)-A Protestant
group representing some 600,000
church members in the Chicago
area has decided against backing
a "crusade" here by evangelist
uiny uranam.
A spokesman for the C-urch
Federation of Greater Chicago
said results of a poll begun last
October showed insufficient sup.
port of a Graham campaign, with
some groups in open opposition.
The Rev. Dr. John W. Harms,
executive vice president of the
federation, said today the
group decided not to sponsor a
Graham rally at the risk of di
visive controversy. Harms jaid 16
member denominations of fhe fed.
eration with 295,000 members,
itivuieu a uranamjea crusade.
The majority, 'however, in 10
denominations representing more
than 333,000 Protestants, either re
fushed to commit themselves or
were frankly opposed, Harms
said.
"Under these circumstances,"!
ne sam, u cieany is unwise for
the federation to be Involved of
iiciany in a project over which
mere wouin De the prospect of
much controversy."
If looks could kill, a lot of peo-
pic would dit with a batch of i
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Atlantic Fleet Commander
Checking Castro's Captives

u. tia i 7". Ji.1'
on the Cuban rebel delay' in

sanors ana Marines. 73 1
The surprise visit by the ton U.S. Naval officer hi Atlanta
waters to the Gnantanamo base coincMed witt rt todlcaMow
""U?','!86 "e Pthre sertleemen would bin today
Fidel Castro again broadcast orders to his brother Rani

And Rear Adm. Robert B.
Wright flew down to Guantana.
mo aboard a Navy jet fighter
plane from his Norfolk, Va. head,
quarters for on.the.spot confer
ences with the officials who are
negotiating for the release of the
captives.
The 30 Marines and sailors were
seized by the rebels two weeks a a-go.
go. a-go. Seventeen American and three
Canadian civilians also were kid.
naped but all but one Canadian
have been freed.
The last two American hostages
were flown out of the hills to the
Guantanamo base last night. They
were James Best, 32, of St. Mat Mat-thew,
thew, Mat-thew, Ky., and Albert Ross, 51, of
Houston, Tex. Both were employ,
ed on the construction project at
Moa Bay.
In Washington, State Department
spokesman Lincoln White said "it
is not clear as to what is causing
the delay" in freeing the service servicemen.
men. servicemen. But he suggested that "con.
ditions of terrain and other fac factors"
tors" factors" might be responsible. He
did not elaborate.
Raymond Elmore, of Haynes.
ville, La., assistant manager of
the Ermita sugar, mill, was re re-leased
leased re-leased Tuesday night.
U.S. Vice Consul James Wiecha.
wno nas been negotiating with the
rebels for the past 10 days, came
out with Elmore.
Wiecha declined to talk to news.
men yesterday and Rear Adm.
Roberto B. Ellis, commander of
Guantanamo naval base, also
maintained silence on the status
of negotiations with rebels.
Eugene Gilmore, acting political
counsellor at the U.S. Embassy in
Havana, said before returning to
the Cuban capital Tuesday night
mat the process would be a slow
one." Gilmore flew here early
Tuesday for private talks with El.
lis and other Anerican diplomats.
Rumors That Prince
Suffers Financially
Denied By Banker
LONDON (UPI)-Prince Charles
personal "banker" today de.
nied as wholly untrue" claims
that the heir to the British throne
suffered financial reverses as a
result of his sweet tooth.
According to a story that was
circulated by some news agencies
atter appearing in a British news
paper yesterday. Charles had run
through the $2.80 Queen Elizabeth
allowed him for the term at the
candy shop in Cheam School. The
story has it that the nine-year-old
Prince held a rummage sale
of personal belongings to raisd
cash for candy, but that the
school-run shop refused to let him
spend ft and Charles had to re
turn the money and take back his
belongings.
It was a nice story. The only
tning wronfe, said the boarding
school headmaster, was that it
was "wholly untrue and utterly
unfair to the boy."
The headmaster should know.
He runs the school "bank" and
rations out the boys' allowances
at a rate to prevent a run on the
bank and keep them all solvent
through the school term.
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Ellis. Guantinamn hue.
inier conference presumably
concerned the status of negotia
tions but no details were made
PUDUC. V
Raul Castro, said in a letter re.
ceived here Tuesday nignt that no
definite date had been set for the
re ease of the remaining captives.
meanwmie, me Cuban govern government
ment government indicated It might resume
military operations against the
rebels shortly even if the re
maining hostages were not n".'
leased.
A communique-issued after a
meeting between President Fulgea
cio Batista and the chiefs of the
armed forces late Tuesday said a
"prudent period of time" had beeij
granted U. S. authorities to nego
tiate for the release of the men. i
Civil Defense Class
Af Rainbow City
Meets Tomorrow
The first class of the hom
care of the sick and injureij
was held yesterday evenir.fi' b
the Rainbow City Civil Defensl
volunteer Corps.
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at ine demonstration room
tne Rainbow City School.
rPl-, A M TUvi ,.tj .U.. Lit
aiiv ruuav ,idfl, win in
tomorrow at th samp Mm i
place for the first meetinz.
nro-l i imi.n. t A1
enph mrcrnar that It
OO vrr a rvrrn nlrrn ,.,
""vi a i iviu. r uiaoDca n.i 11
in size.
Mrs. Rosa Josephs, class
structor, was trained for
duties by the Canal Zone CUl
ter or the American Red C
Mrs. Josephs l assuming;
strenuous double class as a
unteer Instructor for the Gl
Defense Corps. The classes
organized by the Rainbow CI
volunteers under the direct!
of Zone Warden, Mrs. MaS
Anderson.
Cooperating in this trainir
program are Coco Solo Hoeoifc
vhich loaned the Civil DefenS
Office several items of necea
sary equipment; and, the Rail
tow cny school which has pa
room for these night classr
at ?e wno have regut;:id
tne I riday class are remind
that the text books will
available at the first seailon
lulv i" and they are urored
attend tnis initial class.
Jayne Mansfield
Makes Declaration :
The Stork's Cominq
LONDON, July 10 (UPI) Jayne
Mansfield announced today she is
expecting, a baby in December.
The movie star, who is here
with husband Mickey Hargitay for
the filming of the Dicture 'The
Sheriff of Fractured Jaw," said:
we Don nave been pray.ng
for a baby for some time. It's ve
ry wonderful, we're terribly hap
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