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AN INDEPENDENT THf. DAILY NEWSPAPER
"Lf tft people know the truth and the country in nnfe' Abraham Lincoln.
The Cosmopolitan Capital...
Tel. Panama 24975 Colon 779
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1958
WHISKY ng I
Russia Demands Marines Quit
Middle East Events Do Not
Overshadow My Mission Here
Mrs. Julian Fiske Harrington,
wife of theS. Ambassador, to
Panama (left) and Miss Suzan Vol
lev daughter of Gov. and Mrs
9li UaV B. Potter stand on the
mnrn tttf Or CIUIS
ts included p,
t... n Pnhnttnin
- . T T
, Jaime "de Hi Guardia, Jhe
L. t An .nt Suzan Potter.
.!,- ri TTiitforiP .f. Rashe.
IZIJ. 7il f ib State De.
ream uv ----
,artment anti 1st lx. joiui
inger Jr., aide de camp of Maj.
Jen. Charles L. Dasher, U. S.
Irmy Caribbean commanding gen
sral (U.S. Army Photo)
CZ Single Wage
Sill Won't Cut
WASHINGTON, July 16 (UPI (UPI-tay
tay (UPI-tay F. Hesch said yesterday that
lolice, firemen, teachers and post
iffice workers in the Canal Zone
ire assured of previous employ employ-oent
oent employ-oent benefits despite certain
lauses to the contrary in the
vage bill passed by Congress to to-lay.
lay. to-lay. He said there are about 500
Canal Zone workers in these
Hesch is the legislative repre repre-lentative
lentative repre-lentative of the Central Labor U U-lion,
lion, U-lion, Metal Trades Council, of
he Canal Zone.
He explained that the wage bill
jassed oy congress umay aw aw-tA
tA aw-tA to repeal certain rights of work workers
ers workers in those four categories to
.previous wage increases and em em-loyment
loyment em-loyment benefits, but he said the
:onference committee, represent represent-oe
oe represent-oe the Senate and the House, took
"The committee of conference
he loss of previous rights, despite
the repeal wording,
uo ovnininpH it this wav:
fhat their treatment remains as it
strongly emphasized that IT it
intended that, when by act of
Congress, employes n the U.5.
receive pay increases. United
States citizens who are employes
in the Canal Zone will not be de de-prived
prived de-prived of benefits Which would
have accrued to them if such
lawt had not boon SO repealed...
"The conference report states
itt althnueh the laws were re
pealed, it is the intent of Congress
rhai their treatmentremams as n
bad been before repeal."
Father Of Union
Dies In San Diego
The Rev. Oicar W. Olsen Jr.,
pastor of the Balboa Union Church
has been called to San Diego,
Cal., by the death of his father.
Oscar W. Olsen. Mr. Olsen passed
away July 14 in San Diego. The
Rev. Olsen expects to be away
from the Isthmus a week or ten
Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower said today his Study Mission
team did not agree with anyone who thought that "these
awesome events in the Middle East may seem to over overshadow
shadow overshadow the importance of the fact-finding mission of my
associates and me in Panama."
Before flying to Honduras this morning, he declared
Panamanians had expressed to him their approval of the
history step taken by his brother, President Rwight Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, in sending US Marines to the aid of the Lebanese
Eisenhower did not name the Panamanians who had
expressed such approval, but among these in a position to
do so during an all-day fishing trip yesterday were Pres President
ident President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. and his top advisers.
Panama's foreign minister Miguel J. Moreno Jr. has
instructed Panama's delegate in the United Nations Se
curity Council to support the
Eisenhower and his party took off from Tocumen for
Tegucigalpa in a MATS Constellation at 7:45 a.m. after a
three-day stay in Panama.
In a statement issued planeside
this morning Eisenhower declared;
' u wiug me uiree uaa mj us
societies aim i Have been in r'aiia
ma, the Imueu aiaie nas once a a-guni
guni a-guni inaue lib uuuian anu. material
resources available to one oi the
nauoiu in me worm
political system, oi uafiawn choos choosing.
ing. choosing. Panamanians have expressed
to me their approval of tnis his
tone step uy my country aim nave
oiiereu me prayer tnai the uiffi-
cuiues wmcu save rise to the Li
nked States' action may be re
solved qaicKiy anu peacefully.
"These awesome events in the
Middle basr may seem to over overshadow
shadow overshadow the importance of the
tacr-rinding mission ot my as associates
sociates associates and me in Panama. Wo
cio not agree with such a possible
"As we leave here this morn morning,
ing, morning, we are convinced that our dis discussions
cussions discussions with your distinguishd
President witn ihemDers ot ms ca cabinet,
binet, cabinet, wth leaders of labor, bus bus-ness,
ness, bus-ness, industry, and euucation, wuh
the United States Ambassador, the
Governor of the Canal Zone, the
tommander-in-Chiet ot the Carib
bean Command, and others can
prove fruitful in developing still
lurther the historic and mutual
ly helpful relations between tne
United States and Panama.
"To President do la Guardia
we express thanks for present presenting
ing presenting to us clearly and forthright
ly a full analysis ctf Panama's
economic problems, and of the
many actions he feels are need needed
ed needed gradually to solve those prob problems.
lems. problems. "For his many personal cour courtesies
tesies courtesies to us and for his manifest
friendliness wo shall be forever
"The logical array of ficts
which he and his associates plac placed
ed placed before us will help us, upon
our return to Washingtton, to re
view each policy and program of
the United States as it applies to
"We are happy that the Unit United
ed United States Congress has, during
our stay here, passed the Pan
ama unnorm wage Act, tnus
completing all legislative action
needed in our country to im implement
plement implement the provisions of the
Treaty of 1956.
"As we have engaged in our
discussions here, we have been
mindful of the fact that good
relations between nations do
not come about by accident, nor
are they prejo ved merely t y
exhortation or wishtul thinking.
RaUi3r. tbey are the rr;.:t oi
consls iJ; adherence to definite
"Among other things, good
relations require mutual under understanding,
standing, understanding, not only among gov governments,
ernments, governments, but anions' peoples.
"Unfortunately, some mis misunderstandings
understandings misunderstandings of the United
States exist in Panama, and
we know that the people of
the United States do not al always
ways always understand Panamanian
actions and policies. We hope
one fruitful result of our vis visit
it visit will be to improve under understanding
standing understanding in both countries.
"Good relations also depend
on mutual respect, and on rec recognition
ognition recognition of the juridical equal equality
ity equality of nations (large or small)
and the sanctity of agree agreements.
ments. agreements. In these respects, Unit United
ed United States-Panama relations are
(Continued on Page It)
US stand before the Security
Panama's President Ernesto de
la Guardia Jr., crosses the gang,
way frim the Atlas to the mine
dock at Fort Amador early this
morning. (U.S. Army Photo)
THE DISTAFF SIDE of Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower's party visit visiting
ing visiting from the United States were joined by ladles from the
Republic of Panama and the Canal Zone yesterday for a
cruise on Panama Bay and a Taboga Island picnic. Here Miss
Ruth Elsenhower, daughter of Dr. Elsenhower and his official
hostess, leaves the Q-56 at the mine dock, Fort Amador, fol followed
lowed followed by the Misses Jo Ann and Suzan Potter; wife of the
U.S. Ambassador to Panama Mrs. Julian Fiske Harrington, and
Mrs. Jaime de la Guardia (U.S. Army Photo)
DISCUSSING THE DAY'S FISHING LUCK, which included
four sailfish is Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower, center, as Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr., listens, right rear.
This was the scene at the mine dock, Fort Amador, early this
morning as the combined fishing group of Eisenhower and his
party and the President and Panamanian officials returned
aboard the Atlas from an outing ir. the v.cinity of the PearJ
Islands. Neither President de la Guardia nor Eisenhowtr wa?
credited with a sailfish catch, but Dr. Palmer Futcher of
Johns Hopkins University school of medicine and Tom B
Coughran, assistant secretary of the Treasury succeeded in
hauling in sail. Eisenhower landed a 60-pound dolphin, and
several other dolphin and amber jack were landed during the
day. (U.S. Army Photo)
Flood Sees Panama Papers
WASHINGTON, July 16 (UPD Rep. Naniel J. Flood (D-Pa.)
told Congress yesterday that Panama is becoming a storm cen center
ter center of hostile propaganda against the United States.
He said that the Panama extremists are also trying to place
President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. in an unfavorable position.
In a speech on the floor of the
house. Flood said a campaign to
create anti-United States, feeling
has increased in volume, "espe
cially in the Spanish language
newspapers of the Republic of Fa
'These papers cater to an en entirely
tirely entirely different set of readers
from the English language press
and are far more extreme and
provocative," Flood said.
"The inevitable result is that
the people of the United States
are not as well informed as tney
should be on the true nature of
the Isthmian storm center of hos
tile propaganda that is now form
ing south of U.S. But some lew
"Thoughtful Panamanians and
North Americans, familiar with
the current Isthmian situation,
liken it to a smoldering period
presaging violent volcanic erup
Flood said that the Panama anti
United States propaganda is aim aimed
ed aimed at bringing about the surrender
of the United States' long estab
lished position as exclusive sov
ereign over the Canal enterprise,
and to obtain a grossly unmerit
ed share" of total receipts from
operation of the Canal.
He said that if the extreme
demands of Panama agitators
are met the Canal operations
would incur annual loss of a a-bout
bout a-bout $26,500,000, which would
have to be borne by United
"As a corollary of this effort is
the undoubted purpose of many of
tne extreme radicals involved to
place President de la Guardia in
an unfavorable light with the hope
that his deposition may be brought
about," Flood stated.
In a separate press statement.
Flood said that Milton Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower should not meet with U U-ni
ni U-ni versify of Panama students to
discuss questions of internation international
al international character.
He said that such a meeting with
unofficial groups would be an af
front to the legally constituted au
thorities of the Panama govern government,
ment, government, authorized by the Panama
Constitution and laws to conduct
the foreign affairs of their coun
Coco Solo Quarters
The United States Navy is mak making
ing making an outright transfer to the
Canal organization of the Coco So.
lo area which forms the newest
it was announced Tuesday at Bal.
Gov. W. E. Potter received a
letter Monday from Rear Adm.
George Wales, commandant of
the 15th Naval District which stat-
e that the Secretary of the
Navy has approved the transfer
of the buildings, structures, facil.
ities, utility systems, and Land
which the Canal Zone has been
occupying since early this year.
This area will now be excluded
from the U.S. Naval reservation
at Coco Solo.
Conferences on the trans'er of
housing and other facilities in the
Coco Solo were started last fall.
At 'the first of this year, housing
for 280 families was transferred
to the Canal organization, together
with such other buildings as the
former commissary, theater, of.
kficers club, swimming pool, etc.
The first Canal families moved in.
to the Coco Solo quarters about
Charges Open Aggression
MOSCOW, July 16 (UPI) The Soviet Union demanded today that
American forces withdraw "at once" from Lebanon and warned U.S. am-'
bassador Llewellyn Thompson it res nes the rilit to take necessary
measures" in the Middle East if they do not.
Soviet foreign minister Andrei (iromyko handed :i distering 1 16.01
word "government statement" to Thompson charging die United States
with "open aggression.
Simultaneously Soviet premier Nikila Khrushchev personally ac
corded full and cordial recognition to the new rebel regime in Iraq.
The Soviet statement demanded immediate U.N. sanctions "the most urgent
and decisive action" to "halt the aggression and defend the national independence
of the Arab states which have been subjected to an unprovoked attack."
Meanwhile Lebanese rebels ordered a ceasefire in revolt-torn Beirut today in the
first sign of returninq peace, imposed by the still unfired guns of U.S. Marines.
Rebel chieftain Saeb Salem ordered the ceasefire from his rebel-held Basta head headquarters
quarters headquarters shortly after the battle-ready Marines moved into Beirut proper, taking over
full control of harbor installations and moving into position at the Ameiican embassy
and around the ambassador's home.
The Marines, oarf of 3600 already ashore, moved into the city aboard tanks,
jeeps, amphibious "ducks" and trucks without a shot being fired.
It was the first sign of a bresk
in the revolt against the govern government
ment government of President CamiHe Cham Cham-otmvhich
otmvhich Cham-otmvhich began, two- months ago
and whfch vmBfcte'WrVolt to Iraq,
became one of twflkdKiigecous fares
threatening to engultthe enttte
The iirst direct account of fight fighting
ing fighting in Iraq came today from the
Baghdad weather station in a ra radio
dio radio telephone conversation with
The Baghdad weatmrman said
the Iraqi insurgents control only
a small area elf Baghdad desp'te
a bloody takeover in which at
least 200 persons were killed.
He said the rebels seemed to
control only a small four-sided a a-rea
rea a-rea in Baghdad, including the cen central
tral central district containing the rael
British embassy; the residece ut
slain premier Nuri es Sad the
Baghdad hotel, and the airport.
A second force of 1800 U.S.
Marines landed in Beirut harb harbor
or harbor this morning to augment the
first batch of 1500 sent in yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The Marines came ashore a a-board
board a-board four Navy transports. First
reports indicated there were no
There were also unconfirmed re
ports that some of the 3600 Mar Marines
ines Marines now in Lebanon had beeo
moved to Kleyat airfield, 20 miles
outside Tripoli, and Rayak Leban Lebanese
ese Lebanese army airfield near the Syrian
The airfield movements indi indicated
cated indicated that Marines were being
moved to the border areas to
reinforce 'the Un'ted Nations ob observer
server observer teams.
As the troops came ashore the
Marines who landed yesterday
moved out of the international air
port and set up a defense peri.nc
ter in the nearby sand dunes, ai
lowing air traffic to be resumed.
The blue uniformed airport
guards who were disarmed by the
Marines yesterday were given
back their guns while Lebanese ar army
my army units resumed normal airport
Further landings were expected
at the airport today, possibly by
helicopters from the attack air
In Beiut, Lebanese army tanks
and armored cars guarded tie
city's ifoeign quarter of Hamra
where numerous American
families live through the night.
No incidents were reported out
sporadic firing was heard near
the rebel-held Basta quarter.
The British embassy formed its
own defense force after charge d' d'affaires
affaires d'affaires Ian Scott told a staff meet meeting
ing meeting he was determined the embas embassy
sy embassy would not suffer the same fat-1
as the Baghdad office, sacked and
burned m the Iraqi coup.
President Eisenhower ordtred
the Marines into Lebanon yester yesterday
day yesterday to defend the tiny Western Western-aligned
aligned Western-aligned nation against indirect
aggresion" and to prevent its fall falling
ing falling to the same fate which over overtook
took overtook Iraq and "martyred" mem members
bers members of its government.
For the first time, it was dis disclosed
closed disclosed officially today that Ir Iraq's
aq's Iraq's 23 year-old King Feisel died
in his palace on Monday, along alongside
side alongside Crown Prince Abdul lllah.
Both were shot down by a reb rebel
el rebel gunman who sought to serve a
rebel ultimatum on them, accord
ing to advices reaching Tehran
through the Iranian ambassador to
Meanwhile In Washington a
grave, concerned Congress genrr-
ally closed ranks today benina
President Eisenhower's decision to
ianti Marines ft Lebanon although
WWhitellJ the public Vey Vey-note,
note, Vey-note, many nftnibers were priv privately
ately privately unhappyf.
And behind tne scenes some of
Congress' foreign policy experts
were bitterly critical of U.S. in intelligence
telligence intelligence for its apparent fai failure
lure failure to glean any advance in
kling cic the Iraq revolt.
The Senate Foreign Relations
committee yesterday decided to
make a long-range non partisan"
study of American foreign policy
and invited Secretary of State
Joh Foster Dulles to report as
soon as possiblp on the Middle
East picutre. Undersecretary of
State Christian A. Herter arrang
ed to give the group a briefing
this afternoon, on the situation.
Senate Democratic leader Lvn
don B. Johnson of Texas and Re Republican
publican Republican leader William F. Know
land of California both called for
unity and support for Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's action.
Whether to Intervene
In Mid-East Crisis
PARIS (UPI) Gen. Charles de
Gaulle held urgent talks with his
top military advisers and his cab cab-vesterday
vesterday cab-vesterday to decide how far
France should intervene in the
explosive Iraqi Lebanese crises.
Reliable sources said he was not
planning to send French troops to
join U.S. Marines which landed in
Lebanon yesterday but that he
may send some French warshin1:
to join the U.S. Sixth Fleet in the
Informed sources said the srips
could leave at a moment's notice.
The Permanent Council of the
North Atlantic Treaty Organiza.
tion held an emergency one-hour
meeting Tuesday in Paris to dis discuss
cuss discuss the Middle East situation but
there was no indication what con conclusion
clusion conclusion were arrived at. Dele
a es for each of the 15 nations were
De Gaulle met with his military
advisers in the morning and the
cabinet in the afternoon.
Official sources said French
Ambassador in; Beirut Louis
Roche transmitted an appeal from
Lebanese President Camille Clia.
moun Monday night for British,
French and U.S. troops to be sot
to Iebanon to seal the border with
De Gaulle was reported anxious
yo work closely with Britain and
to UU. SS. in any action taken
in the Middle Bast.
"MTA-KJI (PI)-4tarl W. Bell, 43,
pleaded guilty yesterday and was
sentenced to 30, days in jail for
botching the job of trimming a
puppy's ears and tail. The puppy
died from the loss o' blood respite
transfusions given by a veterinarian.
In both houses a majority of
members appeared solidly be behind
hind behind the President althayflh m
ny openly voiced regret the ec
f 'The PrefBfcnt has stated the
causes that led to his action.
Johnson said. The nation, I am
confident, will unite to bring tht
matter to a satisfactory conclu conclusion."
sion." conclusion." Deputy undersecretary of scata
Robert D. Murphy, famed diplo
matic trouble-shooter,, disclosed to today,
day, today, that he will tly from Wash Washington
ington Washington to Lebanon.
Murphy miormed the Senate for foreign
eign foreign Relations committee that he
is leaving tor Beirut almost im immediately.'
mediately.' immediately.' He cut short testimony
before the group on passport le legislation
gislation legislation to make preparations for
before the group on passport le
The world swiftly was aligning
itself among those favoring the
U.S. move, those opposing and
those attempting to stay neutral.
In London, foreign secretary Sel Sel-wyn
wyn Sel-wyn Lloyd announced he was tly
ing to Washington this afternoon
to confer on the Middle East si situation
tuation situation with Dulles. Britain alrea already
dy already had declared its full support oi
the U.S. action.
In Allahabad, India, prime min minister
ister minister Jawaharlal Nehru declared
that as result of the Middle East
situation the world was moving
rapidly toward danger. Nehru wis
cutting short his visit to his home
town to hurry back to New Delhi.
King Feisal and crown prince
Abdul lllah were shot and killed
in the royal palace the first day
of the uprising in Baghdad, sc
cording to official reports receiv
ed in Teheran today.
Rebel radio broadcasts from
Baghdad had said a mob killed
Abdul lllah and dragged his body
through the streets. They did not
mention Feisal, apparently because
of his popularity in Iraq.
Unconfirmed reports circulat
ina in Teheran today said loy loyalist
alist loyalist contingents of troops were
marching on Baghdad from the
oil centers of Mosul end Kirkuk.
The reports said the contingents
hoped to link up near Baghdad
with forces reported marching a a-against
against a-against the rebels from the direc direction
tion direction of Jordan.
The reports, unofficial and with without
out without confirmation, said the total
force numbered about 42,000 men.
One contingent was reported led
by a brother of Prince Abdul ll lllah.
lah. lllah. Zone Residents
New Chain Letters
Chain letter, s assuring those
who receive tnem of all kinds of
good fortune provided they follow
a set of rules, are again circulat.
ing in the Canal Zone, according
to Postal Division officials.
Some of the letters call for the
purchase and forwarding of gov.
ernment bonds on the assurance
that the sender will himself be
rewarded by an influx of bonds.
Others ask the recipient to for forward
ward forward a gol" bail to be the name
at the head of the list.
Canal Zone residents are warn,
ed that chain letters soliciting art articles
icles articles o" value are a violation f
the postal, lottery and fraud .'at .'at-utea,
utea, .'at-utea, postal authorities said.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DART NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JULY If, 195
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spell Alfred E. Neuman with aw. Cow,nofskl
FEARLESS REPORTER SOUGHT
- whar Panama needs is a fearless type of news, reporter
Ehese PolVTan,oan? treaty reisTon and the continual whin whin-hllVSXJektS
hllVSXJektS whin-hllVSXJektS who are bemg prompt prompt-id
id prompt-id by the Politicos who are out and want to get in. lne eco
hmI $&&r& to ulU in the
bUngs of these infants prompted by JPylM" J L 0
Ste reporting has led to mob JSgfgSJJSi
the professors who are educating these .i pride in their
Ihctators of government policy, do they these
fccompllshmente? ?eLdUcX7thete boyfVoVard a better
r fe oYliferalhS iTztTym Puced a few mar-
borters and editors. n .. thev wallt to, assist
' k 'K.'SS "lomtt by loKwV melt prolassion in
I their elders until they are able to help constructively
W ANALYSIS OF AMERICANS HERE
, when I first came to the Canal Zone I wondered what had
ifffiic csa of
Stf St-.Wp -ted
SrSAt S ridiho
SVrerAmencTnN'Ti in the very near future some some-u,1
u,1 some-u,1 done about these people. Most smart Americans know
ftX. count rv 1 urtged by its people and conduct, themselves
: KiinS ui bring credit upon our nation rather than dam damping
ping damping it by just plain stupidity. Rea)
Jju7w77 BY J. R- WILLIAMS
;;. COME OUT HERE AMP Y OH.YIAMf WELL, I JIST T QUIET DOWN) f
1 TAKE A CLOSE LOOK J HAPPENED TO BE WATCHIW ) BOTH Of YOU (ft
Ki t ATTMIS.MA.'IT'SONE HER -SHE BUMPEPIWTO BEFORE VOU
OF HI& SWEAKy TRICKS, IT AW SOT IT HOOKEP BRIM6 OUT THE
HOOKING THE BALE Of J DM THERE BEFORE SHE NEIGHBORS-
PEAT M055 ON HERE BACKED OUT OF TH' 3AR- ) I'LL BE RI6HT
MAKE HIM CLEAN A6E AN' SHE'S TRVIN' TO OUT TO HAND
IT UP.' r-rrri BLAME ME FER HER "S DOWN A )
Ul :, V y I DUMB DRIVIN'.' MAKE V VERDICT'
vj V her Clean up hep J- Vtr- w-a
tiSWi.'CZ- WV MOTHER GET 6RAV "' .:
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be impatient il it dour, t appaai Hie
By ROBERT C. RUARK
I have given up burlesque and
girly snovvs in raris ever since
oorgeous bussie Moraii uurouue.
ea iace panls as a new ollensive
weapon 1 suppo.-t: you should
call 11 the 'siiLah iu uUj ieu.
ins so when Winuieuon s on, l
just have a ,cw tfritisti papers
sent and save myself an aamis.
1 ao not know what the score
is, precisely, at the doings in the
comer court. l'ar as 1 know, it's
all linisheu. All i know is that
Aliss Karol Gagerous, one of our
girls, had tomask her gold lamo
panls with a kiiiu oi slipcover, dui
managed to sneak the public a
Certainly 1 know that Amer Amer-ica's
ica's Amer-ica's Miss Gloria Butler was wear
mg a Teddy iinling loose-backed
shroud with a uoggie oasket 1
promise you true, it said so in
William Mickey's column in tthe
London Daily Express, a paper
widely known or its stern ac
curacy in toting the news to the
Miss Shirley Bloomer lost her
apparel ol the same name they
said it was a slip, but a front,
page portrait of a girl losing her
drawers is a bloomer is ? bioom.
er is a bloomer and is now wear wearing
ing wearing a balle. skirt in what the cap cap-tionist
tionist cap-tionist ealls "blushing pink" to
commemorate the day she drop dropped
ped dropped her intimate apparel during
the Wighlman Cup exercises, bule bule-ly
ly bule-ly pins have ever seen a danger dangerous
ous dangerous ally.
As an expert on what tennis
gilrs wear underneath their short
skirts, 1 can come in first with the
news that the two Mexican fem females,
ales, females, Yola Ramirez and Maria Re Reyes,
yes, Reyes, wear polka-dotted pants, be.
cause the picture in Lord Beaver
brook's cultural contribution tells
me this somewhat more than
Miss Fageros, she of the camou camouflaged
flaged camouflaged gold lame britches, is now
also wearing an af air called the
Golden Balloon, which makes her
look like an unsuccessful para
trooper. With it she carries a
stole, which appears to have in inhibited
hibited inhibited her forehand.
This tennis seems to have got gotten
ten gotten out of hand I do recall Helen
Wills' sun visor and the shock that
rocked the world of tennis bums,
male and female, when the gentle
men deserted long flannels for
shorts and the girls took up short-i
in place of knee-lenghth pleat,
But now I am expecting bikin bikinis
is bikinis any minute, with sequins blink blinking
ing blinking from the hare spits to dis discourage
courage discourage the opposition's seevice.
I can see a day when the cent,
er court at Forest Hills or Wim Wimbledon
bledon Wimbledon will be a' complete strip.
tease, wan the wearn,
clanking temple bells on their an-
kles and the gentlemen attired in
ballet leotards. Whatever hap-
penea 10 tne lorenandv
I used to love to watch tennis
when the girls played it, because
they were several times as vi vicious
cious vicious as the gentlemen in their
slashing approach to the gentle
Helen Wills was a nice girl off
court, but lhat poker face on
court owned as deadly a purpose
as ever was wron hy a riverbat
gambler. And as for la belle Su Suzanne
zanne Suzanne Lenglen broihero You had
tlie impression she was playing
with a knife clenched in her teeth
and wished could exchange the
racket for a tommy gun
But now, I cannot concentrate
of the strokes, because polka.dot polka.dot-ted
ted polka.dot-ted pants puts spots before my
eyes, frills distract me krom ?.
neat lob job, and the glare lioni
the gold lame is blinding. The
next thing to compielely contuse
me will be can can stockings,
spike-heeled shoes, and possibly
Cole Porter calling the shots in
the judge's box.
This British designer, Teddy
Tinling may not have contributed
much to the advancement of ten.
nis as a sport, but I am reliably
informed that attendance at the
Follies Bergere dropped off consi considerably
derably considerably in Paris as the tourists
flocked to Wimbledon to attend
the Gypsy Rose Lee Memorial
REDS SHELL MATSU ISLANDS
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPe) Com Com-imunist
imunist Com-imunist artillery on the China
coast shelled the Chinese Nationalist-held
off-shore islands of Mat
su and Quemoy Saturday, (he De Defense
fense Defense Ministry announced today.
It said the Reds fired 21 rounds
at Kaoteng, northernmost islet of
the Matsu group, and 95 rounds
at Quemoy but caused no damage.
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diers voted with 116,887 of
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a Hollywood star boosting tourist
trade, a la Grace Kelly, who put
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movie mag reports breathlessly
that all Eva Gabor got from Tru Trujillo,
jillo, Trujillo, Jr., were some flowers.
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annual appearance in the win.
dows of 130 West 46th Street. .
"indiscreet," the movie dazzler
was a Broadway Hop as Kind
Sir" Sinatra's much.qunt. j
ed linen in three maEs last week
(gasser, fink, grabber and cycle)
is a merger Oi snow-biz and unoer.
world slanguage. .The chances
of making a hit recording: One j otei comeuy is juoy noiii
in 500. .Diane Varsi's rags to ua ua-riches
riches ua-riches history: Waitress, factory-!
worker, model, movie star.
Co. 10th and Front btreot
Oscar Levants' self analysis
twneu reporters are arounuj verg verges
es verges on seii.iuaUce. .Suzy Parker i
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Keep a goat in uie batiiruom. .
ncueas ouuior jacqnciyn Parks
view uii Happiness: mere is nj
coifipieie nappincss omy happy
moments". .The Chinese had a
proven) tnal summea 11 up like
so: '.vio creditors at the door
no doctors in the iiouse". . A
sunny Day named Doris, who a
dores frosty delicacies, has a
pink soda lountain in her Movie Movie-town
town Movie-town home. .Tommy Leonetti
has a hummydinger in "On a
Blanket on the Beach," a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant Summer tra-la-lark. .Cecil
B DeMille's-Hollywood address is
2000 DeMille Drive.
Nobody's been on the TV Guide
cover as much as Lucille Ball.
About ten times. .Her favorite
perfume is White Shoulders. ..Ran ..Random
dom ..Random House publishes a tiny tome
average cost of a one-minute
profitable project. .There are ti
giveaway quiz shows on the air.
All time-killers. .Over 50 new
"shows are in the Summer stock
yards. Not one is expected W
reach the Bright Lights. . The
average cost of a one-minne
teevee commercial cartoon is a-
bout $20,000. .The background
music in the "Houseboat" film
sounds like the season's best
tears-in-the beer ballad. . 'S
was offered forty percent of the
Broadway smash, The Music
Man", before it opened for an in
vestment of $300,000. That sum
would now be worth 3 million. .
"New Concepts of Hypnosis." by
Dr. Bernard Gindes (Julian
Press), is in its 4 h printing. .
Stardom means hard work. Leslie
Caron still takes lessons in ring ringing,
ing, ringing, dancing and acting.
Most Broadway producers office
on one building at 1545 47 B'way
. .Thirty new quiz shows are
making the rounds of the net
works and ad agencies. . -The
theatre's leading show-angel is
probably Roger Stevens. Invested
in a bou. a dozen productions din dining
ing dining the recent season. Last year
he invested in 15. . Cha. Saari,
the 11-year-old wonder in "Danr
at the Top-of the Stairs," apends
hi snare time writing! olav:. A
news commentator wrote a piece
.i-ii u:. T- n.
criticizing icevee ciiun. -samT
affdavit he complained "1
happen to think a shocking per
centage of TV fare is lousy".
WASHINGTON One hundred
anu eign.y two years ago last Fri
day our forefathers declared in
Pmladelphia the concept of a new
nation dedicated to the principle
that all men are created free and
It was not a popular concept.
It was so unpopular that the
young ladies of Philadelphia hissed
at the young men whom we now
call Fathers when they passed a-
long Market S.reet.
In fact, for four days after the
Declaration of Independence was 1
signed, it was not published and
the Liberty Bell did not ring out
until July 8, because the ragtag
band of freedom fighters knew
that if diey were too hasty they
would pay for their great crusade
with their necks.
The country against which Uiey
struggled 182 years ago has be
come our ally, and we are both
engaged in a battle to protect our
original concepts of freedom and
ex end them around the world.
It's a cold and calculated bat battle,
tle, battle, featuring no redcoats or mer mercenaries,
cenaries, mercenaries, but the power of propa propaganda,
ganda, propaganda, the ability to win nations
on the chessboard of diplomacy,
the sheer weight of scientific mil military
itary military might.
We entered this struggle cocky
and confident, tossing advice free freely
ly freely to the world, cer.ain we could
triumph with one hand tied be behind
hind behind our back.
We were so confident that we
drove scientists out of government
and nullified the very freedoms
our forefathers fought for.
THE AMERICAN MUNICH?
Certain Senators engaged in the
big brag and the big witchhunt so
intensively and we became so
busy looking under our beds for
bogeymen that we neglected the
That's why newspapers hire crit critics.
ics. critics. .One Oi uie oudst wags maue
a funny.' He said thai wnen a
man pnoncs the Stuuio t tun to
young acu-esses) anu isu t in
a gin coos: bue s ou-. Uo you
wish to leave your line?
Sophia Loren's sister Mari?
(some rate her prettier than
aopn.1 anu Mussolini s sou Rom Romano
ano Romano are the talk ot Rome with
.heir looisy-piaying. It isn't all
Rome ance, however. They are put putting
ting putting an act together. She signs,
he plays piano. . Wnen the royal
family honor guard saluted Queen
L-iz (on her recent ann y) instead
of striking up the craditiouai
marching numoers the redcoats
played the breeziest tunes from
"My Fair Lady". . Society's
vat Kubio iiyheld came into L!
Morocco carrying a crumpled
paper bag. When i,dwin Perona
one OF the landlords, asked if ?MJ
had brought her lunen she.
said it contained a million $ worih
of gems. Friends say she always
has them wi.h her either wears
them or carries them in her
paper "safe". .Desi Arnaz, who
believes in rewarding talented
people on his staff, has decorated
the Desilu art director, Claudio
Guzman. He is a Chilean artist.
Desi's medal: Guzman will dirccl
his first film, "Bernadetie" (star (starring
ring (starring Pier Angeli), for the new
Actor Bob Evans of "The Field
Who Walks West" says 'it must
have been another Bob Evans"
who was in that Su.ton Place free
for-ail.. .Lenore Lemmon is m
tears over losing, a gold ciggie
case. Because of its affectionate
inscription .An off-B'way show
had one customer on its second
night. .Susan Oliver under con contract
tract contract to Warner Brothers, replac replaced
ed replaced Mary Ure in "Look Back in
Anger." a B'way click. When
Warners bought the movie rights
they signed Mary (not Susan of
the role. .Drxon Hall, compnsrr
of the iune, Woman (the Rc.se
mary Clooney-Jose Ferrer platter
hit), has set the Bible to music
for Epic Records. Billy Grahpm
may narrate. Tentative title-
"And, God Said". . .Trujillo Jr's
dates wt h Kim, Zsa Zsa (et al.)
are the talk of Hollywood.
Tsk-tsk-tsk! Imagine running ar
ound with all those unmarried
'I disguised my voice
thi. guy a.d. 'How's
r "" 1 1 " " 1 ii 1 it ii... j..
scientific advance of the bogeymen
Crisis after crisis faced us. We
solved them with words, no:
deeds. We talked blithely about
"massive retaliation" at a time
when the world knew, and we
should have known, that we would
not blithely risK svuing the world
on fire with massive atomic war.
We warned that we would use
force if necessary to stop Commu Communist
nist Communist aggression in Indochina, and
our Vice President even told th
American newspaper editors that
we would send troops to Indochi
Yet when the Red Chinese kept
right on marching into Indochina
we did nothing, except have our
Vice President make a speech in
Cincinnati one week later telling
the public that everything was now
The world knew, of course,
ven though the American public
did not know, that everything was
not all right and that our bluff had
been called in Indochina.
Later, as the march against
freedom began penetrating t h
Near East, we vacillated. Firsi
we rescued the dictator, of a
country which had been piling up
enough Russian arms in the Sinai
aesert to conquer all the Near
East. One year later we revers reversed
ed reversed ourselves and laid down a tin.
I licy of aid to all freedom-seeking
Today, as tiny, beleaguered Le Le-banon
banon Le-banon wants that aid, we have
advised her privately but empha emphatically
tically emphatically not to seek it; that we
don't want to be put on the apot.
In brief, we are afraid. Our bluff
is being called again.
Undoubtedly we have reason be
afraid. Perhaps we should not
bave put forward the "Eisenhower
Doctrine" of aid to imperiled na nations.
tions. nations. But once a pledge is made
by a great nation, that nation has
to keep its word or lose it posi position
tion position of greatness. It was Britain's
failure at Munich to keep its word
to Czechoslovakia that tipped h
scales of world prestige and sent
Britain skidding to the category
of second-class power.
Here at home we still have the
great concep s of freedom handed
down by the Founding Fathers.
But do we practice them?
We have got over the witch-hunting
and fear complex of the Mc
Carthy era. But we have now set
up a new moral standard in the
White House which makes a
mockery of the morals we preach
to other governments.
All over Asia we have told the
governments We aid to cut out
the favoritism, the graft, the gift
giving in high places.
In Thailand, the Philippines, we
have warned officials tilt thoso
who hold kvigW offieo tptttan a
example to those beliMi&a hejr
must follow our own concern of
integrity, honesty, impartiality.
Today these governments lo'tk
at the government which gives
this advice and see that the great
crusade which paraded across the
prairies in 1952 promising to
clean up corruption has become
a parade of favoritism to those in
The oriental practice of gift giv giving
ing giving and influence-taking has per permeated
meated permeated the White House.
And all over Asia and Africa to today
day today in the little cotm ries we are
trying to help and educate, and
all over America in the county
tax boards and the highway com commissions
missions commissions and the local polics
there are those who say 'The
are getting away with it in the
White House; why can't we gft
away with it here?"
This is what the President, who
first decreed the great crusade,
and the Vice President, who first
punctured it with an $18,000 per per-sonal
sonal per-sonal expense fund, have failed
What they are now admitting,
in the eyes of millions of Ameri Americans,
cans, Americans, is that the great crusade
has been a flop.
Despite this, millions of Ameri Americans
cans Americans will continue to fight for
those freedoms which their fore forefathers
fathers forefathers brought forth in those
days when they were hissed and
hooted bv the young ladies of
Philadelphia as they passed up
whan I said hello. Mom and
my little ,ugar lump?--
WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1958
HE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEB
Brazilian University Students
Threaten Not To Let Dulles Pass
BUILDING A NEW ACE Photograph above shows the 45-million-dollar Dresden nuclear
electric power station, the nation's largest currently under construction, near Lorenzo, 111
about 50 miles south of Chicago. Expected to go into operation in 1960, the plant will
generate enough electricity for a city of 250,000 persons. Sixty tons of uranium will keep
it going for six years. A conventional power station the same size would burn more than
three million tons of coal in that time. Sphere at rieht, 190 feet in diameter and 14 stories
high, will house a 285-ton nuclear reactor, now being built in Camden, N.J. It will be trans transported
ported transported U) the Dresden site via the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and Mississippi River.
by Erskine Johnson
Nf A Staff Correspondent
) HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Off
he Sound Track: hew wnai s new
. Well, that aress Joanne woou.
tarcl sewed up herself for her
ig night the night she won an
Dscar is no longer new but it's
Still making news.
; A museum in Atlanta, Ga., won.
jlered if Joanne would like to do donate
nate donate the gown to its wardrobe
tolleciion. Joanne declined with
file usual frank wordage associ.
Bled with her.
"! spent nearly $100 for the ma.
Serial, designed the dress and
worked on it for three weeks,''
Ehe said. "Why, I'm almost as
roud of the dress as I am of the
S Currently in Joanne's sewing
nachine: A bathrobe for hubby
aul Newman. On her movie
chedule: Bdcoming a redhead
)r "Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys,"
new 20th Century -Rox film in
hich she costars with Newman,
le may wear the bathrobe.
ERNEST HEMINGWAY'S lion,
fee tmm M Hollji-
vood's past performances! n film film-ig
ig film-ig some' of his works Jiave been
istified. But if there isone little
eep of protest from him about
Tlie Old Man and theea," he
Ifill-get no sympathy from me.
J I'VE JUST bcfcN the long in.
rfilming expensive film Warner
jros. tossed about five million
Pillars into practically two ver.
ions and at last pure Heming.
'ay has been transferred to the
His classic prose about an old
ian in a skiff catching a 1,500.
taund marlin swordfish and then
V;ing his prize to scavenger
liarks on the long voyage home
' But a movie? Old man meets
Ish, ole man loses fish.
' Hollywood wondered what
(wild reach the screen.
Well, what has reached the
Screen is one hour and 29 min min-tes
tes min-tes of classic eelluloid a mas.
rpiece of one man acting.
icreenplay writing by Peter Vier-
II, directing by John Sturges and
bulous tropical sea and sky pho.
igraphy by James Wong How,
loyd Crosby and Tom Tutwiler.
i When he isn't talking to him
hit as The Old Man, Spencer
racy becomes the narrator of
Hemingway s words, and against
l enes of Caribbean beauty the
lemineway passages play on your
f notions like a background mu.
fcal score. As The Boy, 11-year-jld
Felipe Pazos of Havana, gives
I great first performance. It is,
The Old Man, the sky, the sea
r-and the fish are the stars.
Tha film will Ha rplpacfri in Spnt.
f frmber and Tracy s all.by-himselr-
tn a -boat acting is sure to win
iim an Academy nomination,
kossible an Oscar.
MOVIE VIOLENCE has been
annoying a lot of people 'ately,
but the most brutal lilm I've ever
seen is yet to be released. It's "The
Vikings," due this summer. Some
of the rough on -your-stomach
Tony Curlis sicking his pet fal falcon
con falcon on Kirk Douglas. Bird tears
one of Kirk's eyes out. English
king cuts Curtis' hand off. Er.
nest Borgnine dies in pit stocked
with hungry wolves. Outside oi
the blood, and the weak plol, it's
quite a colorful spectacle.
WASHINGTON House Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic leader John W. McCor McCor-mack,
mack, McCor-mack, on nine U.S. servicemen in
East German custody:
'If the Soviet Union does not
bring about then release wnhin a
reasonable period, I think our
country would be justified in
strongly indicating that there
would be a severance of dplomat dplomat-ic
ic dplomat-ic relations unless Americans
were released on or before a cer certain
tain certain date."
LONDON Dr. Geo'frey Fish,
er, the Archbishop of Can.erbury,
in suggesting that it may be God's
will that man wipe himself out
with the hydrogen bomb:
"For an I know, it is within
the providence of God that the
human race should destroy itself
in this manner. There is no evi.
dence that the human race is to
last forever and plenty in Scrip,
ture to the contrary effect."
Hollywooditcs Are T.ilking
About: Eartha Kitt's autobiogra autobiography,
phy, autobiography, "Thursday's Child," giving
her the courage to attempt a nov novel.
el. novel. She's working on it white e e-moting
moting e-moting in "Anna Lucasta.". That
eye-brow lifting script of "The
Remarkable Mr. Pemnvnarker
'it calls for Clifton Webb to father
17 children. . .Rine Lardner's
famed "Elmer the Great" slated
o become a TV series. James Hnl
den, now on the road in "No
In Illinois City
STREATEOR, 111., July 16
(UPII This city of 17,000
battled its worst flood in his history
tory history today in the wake of fire
and explosion that destroyed a
four-story hardware buliding
killing; at least lour persons and
Residents braced for even
greater flood damage as au authorities
thorities authorities warned a giant crest
was surging down the Vermil Vermillion
lion Vermillion River toward the city.
Torrential rains ranging up
I to six Inches vesterrlav trig
gered the floodwaters which
threatened to knock out the
city's water and sewage dis disposal
posal disposal plants. About 500 persons
were evacuated from their
flooded homes last night.
The floods also were blamed
for a sewer gas explosion and
fire yesterday that ripped apart
the Williams Hardware Co.
building in the business district.
Firemen poured water on the
smoldering building throughout
the night and planned to enter
the burned out shell today to
recover at least three bodies
believed pinned in the debris.
NEW YORK Military analust
Henry A. Kissinger, author of a
report that influenced President
Eisenhower's military reorganiza.
lion plan, on the dictrine of mas
"This means that. .we base our
policy on a threat that will in.
volve the destruction of all man mankind
kind mankind and this is too risky and I
think too expensive."
toe .for, SergeantfcV. will be. Et,
ler. . .Tha,t mem
n Ma clip, I in
a young starlet's biography at
one of the big studios:
"Bust 42, IQ to Match."
PROMOTION AT JAMES LEES
BRIDGEPORT, Pa. (UPI)-Wil.
liam A. Drisler Jr. has been
named a vice president and as as-sistant
sistant as-sistant to President Joseph L.
Eastwick of James Lees and Sons
Co., effective July 21. Drisler had
been vice president of C a n n o n
Mills Inc., New York, where he
was in charge of the hosiery di
MOULSFORD, England Re Re-tired
tired Re-tired Policeman Charlie Jenskins,
83, on a midnight ride by ladfcs
of the South Berkshire Hunt Club
wearing only negligees and flim flimsies
sies flimsies over scanty underclothing:
"Best bit of fun I've ever seen."
LENINGRAD, U.S.S R.-Adlai
Stevenson, discussing the United
States presidency with a eroun
"The United States is a very
democratic country and anyboov
can be a candidate. This is a dan danger
ger danger to which every American is
exposed from babyhood. One can.
not be too careful.
RIO DE JANEIRO, July 18 --: 'Sherlocks' to stop us fr.m block
(UPD Anti American Brazilian ing Dulles' passage in front of our
University students warned today headquarters," he said.
that they will prevent Secreta-
ry of State John Foster Dulles n CI-m-V
from driving past their bay front! rQnQmCI rlim S
headquarters on the city s central
Praia Do lamengo Avenue when
he visits here next month.
Dulles is scheduled to arrive
Aug. 5 for a three-day official vi visit
sit visit to confer with Brazilian lead leaders
ers leaders on methods of bettering inter-
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IN THEIR POPULAR FORM
Upon his arrival Dulles is ex-
An apparent low base bid of
$19,238 was entered by the Pan Panama
ama Panama contracting firm of Cal vi vino
no vino and Roquer on the const ruc-
nerlerl tr drive riirectlv frnm f.a. UOn Oil IWO aaamonai Ciass-
leao Airfield to the residence of room in the Balboa Elementary
Ambassador Ellis O. Brii-s vhe e School building. Bids were
he will stay. The normal route, opened Monday afternoon m
frnm t.ho air fioiH tn Rrinnc- ho'the Administration Building at
the Praia Do Flamengo
Offers on the work ranging
..,, ,. ... from $20,185 to $21,600 were also
But Modesto Justino rle Ohvei de bv Roeelio Diaz and Gi!.
ra, president of the National Stu- u,.t r..r,n, ,r,rt k tt n
dents Union, announced that the
siuaenis apreeea ai a meeting lasi Tne two classrooms are to he
night to 'demonstrate peacefuUV but on tne third floor of tne
against Dulles to protest U.S. La-! s(,hool building and will bring
tin American policies. the total number of classrooms
He said the students decided ln Balboa school to 32.
that "Dulles shall not pass" their Five other rooms on the first
headquarters. 'floor of the Balboa Elementary
A "secret" plan to outwit poli-j school are to be used next year
tical police chief Danilo Nunes' an-1 for the special education pro pronounced
nounced pronounced ban an all domonstra gram.
tions have been worked out, dei Work on the project should
Oliveira added. be completed within the next
"We challenge Nunes and his1 two months.
Bop & Dig
English Quick Step
El Gaucho Tango
J The Walk
Hokey Pokey Swing
HARNETT & DUNN introducing and adding to
their repertoire the
Boogie Mambo Cha-Lapso and "The Chicken'
HARNETT & DUNN
Classes and private lessons for adults,
Members of DMA, DKA and Terpsichoreans of California
WASHINGTON Kathy Regan,
12, of Orlando, Fla., in a letter to
Boston industrialist Bernard Gold
"I have listen f sic) to news
about you. I think you should
keep on sending presents and
money to people. The reason I
writing to you is that I would like
for you to send me around five
stickout slips or crinolines."
pock Workers Push
Shin From Pier
To Save Man's Life
DOVER, England (UPI) Ten
dock workers saved a seaman's
,life last night by. pushing a
3,300-ton ship away from a pier
with their bare hands.
The dockers kept the dredger
Succour away from the pier for
20 minute whila two shipmates
climbed down ropes and rescued
steward John McRechie who had
fallen into the water on returning
to his ship.
I wr flH Hv aBv
$m Bans :
Of Colombia May
Attempt To Return
IBOGOTA, Colombia, July 15
(UPI) Leaders of the Conserv Conservative
ative Conservative and Liberal political parlies
today warned Colombians to re
main "alert" to the possibility of
a new coup d etat attempt by cx cx-Hictator
Hictator cx-Hictator Gen Gustavo Roias Tirii
me ruling miwarv lunta is
scheduled to step down on Au?.
7 and turn the government over
to President-elect Alberto Lleras
Camargo, who was the joint can can-dicate
dicate can-dicate of both parties.
Political leaders said private re
ports from the Canary islands,
where Roias is residing, indicate
he may soon attempt to retitrn.
At the same time they said a
mimeographed letter signed bv Rn-
ias hasb een circulating here. In
it he makes a defense of his gov
COLUMBUS, Ohio Army Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Wilber M. Brucker, on
streamlining of the National
"Our goal is to reorganize the
Guard by the end of 1960. This
change will not mean less Nation National
al National Guard divisions but will mean
less men in these divisions."
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. Jack
Biswanger, a spokesman for the
Transport Workers Union of
America, on a meeting at which
against Pan American Airways
which maintains and operates fa.
cilities at the Air Force Missile
Everybody was there except
mose witn lame legs.
Now!! with the
trying on a
LOMA LINDA, Calif.-Herbert
H. Hill, executive director of the
Washington State Temperance As
sociation, on the disapperance of
the oldtime temperance worker:
"The days of the purple-faced
orator ranting from a street cor.
ner soap box against 'demon
rum' are gone forever."
ernment and also the abortive re
volt attempt by military elements
sympathetic to his cause lastl
However, some government lead
ers question tne autnenmcity c'
ftkf True Life Adventures
m I .in ii
ore yri i Tii ovrilinp lines
of a smokestack seem to have
inspired this winter coai mai
shrouds the wearer from nose
to knees. Displayed in Paris as
part of the Basta collection, it's
called "Wink," which is about
all the young lady would be
able to do. L
f; ;:?.'.iP.',J. :.
MOONU1GHT Ms A- -BADNESS
KANGAROO RAT. IS Byife
HE EMERGES OUlH M
A ion tub wie okjB TOO. THE
PERIL. OP A. BRIGHT, MOONL.IOHT NI0HT,
AMP REMAINS IN HIS BURROW.
Oimibunvl br Kim Fum Into 22S
If you didn't get it early last year,
you didn't get it.
A phenomenal sellout in 1957, Peso Pluma
is still the featherweight champion
weighing in at 5 ioz. to the yard.
m iact, the entire suit weighs just 24 ounces.
Peso Pluma combines the advantages of a
55 Dacron-45 worsted blend with a
genuine featherweight fabric. It has half the
bulk of ordinary tropicals, about twice tho
"breathing ability" and a resistance to
wrinkles you have to see to believe.
Choose now from a fresh new selection of colors
and stylings. But hurry-it sold out in a
few weeks last spring. The price,
$65.00 with one pair pants. $85.00 with
two pair pants.
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 195
Sociai and Otli
wt of iQaynr
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AMBASSADOR AND LADY HENDERSON HONORED
OFFICERS OK H.M.S. SCARBOROUGH
The British Ambassador to Panama and Lady Henderson gaveitjon given by the Chiefs and 0
a cocktail partv at the British Embassy on Tuesday In honor of i licials of the Department and their
the Commander and Officers of H.M.S. Scarborough. wives for which invitations have
J been issued.
U Cmdr. Armitge Wins
Lt. Commander ureas mi....-,
n rh award lor the member
i.L...,;r. ih mud imnrnvement r
last night meeting of the Uth third trip will be the Festival of
mian Toastmasters Club. H a I phlhe Black Christ at Porto Bello m,
WcClain lead the voting lor the the fall. v
best extemporaneous speech. Keith Club members are asked to call
fork's novel presentation allowing Mrs. li. McClean or Mrs. Sabie
how he makes profitable use of Duree if they are interested in
salvage scrape was ver mterest. any oi the trips.
Lt. Col. Harvey Meagher vva
Inducted into the Club
, The next regular meeting ol the
Isthmian Toastmasters Club is
Scheduled tor Tuesdav the tilth
Atlantic Side Newcomer's
Club Plans Trips
i Dunn" the last meeting of the
V., i m.,t.'r. I'l,,!, ,i
flllanUC olue Atvuumn .i Lin'' o j
he Fort Gulick N.C.O. Club Mi.
uranv save a verv interesting
talk on porcelain and chian. De.
rti.tasse cups donated by Mr. mi-
anv were won by Mrs. Van- j
ine and Mrs. Leo Cretitio and
i j- ,.;, unn hi Vtr.
lie uuui v
Lesovsky. Three proposals lun
rips to be made by club mem-1
lers and their guests were pre- I
The first trip will be a cruise
bp the Chagres this Saturday. Ju.
y 19. Members and tneir guests
kill leave the Cristobal Yacht,
hub at 9:00 a.m. and will travel
ftp the Chagres to San Lorenzo I
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I .-. Sa
Li i mm
i nair m
: PJW WL elf-Styling hair spray!
1 JmM JB&w Mk Ik Works inrifihl i .without
iJR V? J misJ ,h'1' '"' (lu,ll,l:' H(,l,ls
Mb twice an long as ordinary f)
lH M sprays!
iirlLs, urLts anil Jrimt JioufJ h
fanama 2-0740 or 2-0 7H
where the boat will stop lor iuncn
j and swimming. Members are ask.
i lie M'tOIIU 11 ip VVill wc uaiiu
Colorado at a
later date. The
UIMtM J I Ul 1 11C Hill Ullft n CI
Anthony Barsi and Mrs. C.
i Colon Fire Department
To Observe 61st Anniver.ary
I Of Founding On Sunday
A full program of events is
scheduled to take place on sun
"ay, jui cv, ui uuDcivancc ui mc
61st anniversary ol the founding
i,r lhi I'nlnn Kir ll na rt in p i it (In
' ...v .vr-
Saturday evening a torchligh pro
cession inrougn trie sireeis oi me
city will open the celebration.
Hie program tor sunuay is as
lollows: b to i a.m. e r e n a o e
thrnnph the streets of the cflv hv i
ine bug, e corps; ,s : jo p.m. paraue :
oi the Department from the KireiNew York. They will travel a
Station I omnd. Maximino wal-
ker 11 to tlte l atnedral; 4:tw p in
Solemn re Deum in the Lathe j
Ural; 4 1j p.m. I n veiling ot the
portraits of Comandantes Luis K.
hstenoz. hlratn tejada U. a n d
Luis J. A. Ducruet at which
members of the families and of-1
mnifmJ promptly to lo-mtmio'
ficials will assist, at the Fire Sta.
lion; 5:00 p.m. conlernng ot de-
llartmcil! K In K ihi n m rpfoii
Capt. and Mrs. Samuel Einar
, T,.U I r
" 1 M" il "a d "uu ,u
we marriage oi meir aaugnier
Miss Anna Luisa Johnson to Mr:
Wilbur Russell Stone. Jr., on
June 20 in Waterbury, Conn.
C. N. Little Ana Daughters
Leave For States Vacation
Mr. C. N. Little of Balboa and
Mary Elizabeth Lynn Cecilia and
three oi the Little live daughters
Loraine Margaret, left by plane;.
this morning to spend five weeks
with relatives in Florida and Mas Massachusetts.
sachusetts. Massachusetts. They will stop first with Mrs
Little's slep father and mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rowsing of
m laremoni, noricla, and will go
later to Weymouth, Mass. lo vis
lit ......- i m i
n nl3 paicuL9.ni law. ivu. auu
Mrs. Julius Sehriftgiesser. Th-
i Howstngs and Schriftgiesers are
I ,ormer Canal Zone residents.
r. w. Argo Leave For
M, ,i iu,.r v ur a .-a
""' m BO.
their daughter Grace, left fori
cross the country to the State of
Washington and will go from
there to Alaska to visit their old
pr danuhtp. rpinmino ii Iai-ihj
in time lor Miss Aro tn pntfr t
MPge ln September. Mrs. and Mrs.!01 lamor ana now mucn time!r ',' m" . y 3 ,e,sure' I
Arso exoect to return home
'CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)
Each notice for inclusion in this
column should be tubmitted in
rvac-written form and mailed eo
the box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
by hand to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by
Crossroads of the World
Shrine Club First Meeting
The first meeting of the newly
formed Crossroads of the World
Shrine Club will be heW in the
new Breakers Club at Coco Solo
on Monday July 21. A steak din.
ner will be served at 7:00 p.m.
Sport shirts is the uniform.
All Shriners are invited to at.
tend as this is the last chance to
become a charter member of the
club. All those who have already
signed up are urged to attend as
important business will be con.
ducted at the meeting. Reserva Reservations
tions Reservations for dinner must he made
bv this Saturday with Bill Bad.
ders. home 5.488, office 3-189
Hilt nivnn hnm S JSfis ,iffip 3
n...h. f Unit T.mnl.
All Daughters of United Temple I
No. 759 are asked lo attend the
installation meeting tonight at 8:00 1
p.m. in the Paraiso Lodge Hall.
: MAGGI :
M) Tatty combination of fresh and A
ripe tomatoes, paprika, onions.
rmnhroom. lor meat), salt
Q) and species. So simple to use;
0 satisfies the most delicate
palate. Maggl Seasoned Sauce
adils flavor to all your favorite
gj dishes. Try this delicious Sauce O)
with spaghetti, meats, omelets
and sea foods. Buv a few cans'
for a rich
O t VarlHUi:
w loom or Willi
rbl JHE vo,cf of
P j by Dorothy Killgallen
(Dorothy Kilgallen is on vac- .and asked: "Helene Pons or Kar Kar-ation.
ation. Kar-ation. Pinch-hitting for her to. lnska?" "Neither," answered Te Te-day
day Te-day is Fedora Del Moncao. wife abldi, who was standing with Ma.
of tenor Mario Del Monaco.) rio. "It's Rina Del Moncaco and,
Kenata adV'd to an incredulous
FEDORA DEL MONACO Mr Bing, 'the mink's from one
WRITES I ol her fur coats." Oi course, Ma
rio bought me another one
Tenors' wives are a distinctive that's one o the dividends o this
breed, dif erent from other sing, glamorous life,
ers' wives; we are few tenors I Sopranos can marry investment
are a rarity, the baritone species brokers and industrialists (take
being much more numerous and Licia Albanese and Maria Callas)
some say we're crazy. We are 'but tenors are accomplished
crazy about our husbands to the spenders and bad businessman,
point of dedication and that We wives have to take care oj
makes us different from more the whole business side of the
wives than' would like to admit it. career, and become promoter, in.
We're famous for it.
Laurnce Melchor and his
Kleinchen have become a saga managers lntormed and interested
Dorothy Caruso carried a torch in Mario's career, and I must
for Enrico through olher mar keep myself informed of develop develop-riaies
riaies develop-riaies and helped to keep his me- ments in opera houses on three
niory bright for a generation. WhM continents. In addition to running
makes us this way isnt hard to the family finances, budgeting and
fathom. paying bills, 1 have to know about
All singers have lo have an ex- tax laws in various countries,
traordinary degree of self-concen. We tenors' wives are terribly
tration. And although much is lucky. As more and more families
made of their colorful hobbies-, move to the suburbs these davs.
Jerry Hines saves Bowery bums,
Eugene Conley cooks, my hush
and goes overborad for hi fi 'and
Jaguars and Mark lis and power
ful cameras their real hobby is husbands prime Interest, frustrat frustrat-singing.
singing. frustrat-singing. Since the career is sing- ed and supenluous.
ing, too, a singer's wile has tot Bu' we who have married ten.
. ..." .,..
! we" as aDOU1. ner mlsnaMU-
' nusua"P, 11 ne is a lenor, is,
' opera sy mooi oi lomaoce.
1 ryone minKs oeing marrieu
lo a lainous lenor is giaiuoious.
'That depends on your
you have to enjoy the glamor once
you ve got it. I, for one, can't
relax from the moment I get up
much earlier than my husband
until I go to sleep at night. And
sometimes, after lights.outs, I lie
awake planning and arranging so
that I can manage a session at
the haridresser. We have to be II
things to one man and that's a
lot harder than being all things
to all men.
For instance, my husband is a
strong healthy man with no ail
ments, no signs of hypochondria
I have to have hypochondria for
him! I have to sense drafts', listen
for a hint of hoarseness as he
chats with someone, watch for
sinus sniffles. I must be conscious
of the quality ml the air we breathe
and if it's stuffy, see that we have
ventilation, and that Mario's out
of its way. If a cold is coming on,
1 give both of us and our as-
sociates, It they 11 let me var-
'us injections. My Italian doctor
h" lven m amounts to
short coure pharmacology to
insure that the huge apothecary
we travel with is administered
wisely and well.
A glamorous life usually means
servants to pamper you. in our
dream villa in the Venetian conn
tryside, wt have a house full of
servants but we're at home a
bout three weeks a year. The rest
of the time. I'm chief cook and!
bettle washer in a succession of
two room furnished aDartments in
hotels near opera houses where I
Mario is singing. I cook all of
IMario's meals when we travel be-
cause he likes my cooking and
doesn t like going to restaurants,
Most women hate to as much
as turn up a hem, but as Mario's
wife I've become a costume de designer
signer designer and accomplished seam seamstress.
stress. seamstress. Opera stars are allowed to
wear their own costumes unless
they absolutely clash with the
theatre's decor, and Mario Is
famous f&r the sumptiousness ofj MOSCOW (UP1) Moscow was
his. Long ago I noticed that the i invaded today for the first time
finished costume seldom looked I since Napoleon turned the trick
much like the designer's initial (by a herd of wild moose,
sketch, and never came up to my! They left (heir nearby forests,
own expectations, so I understook
to make one myself. Rudolph
Bing looked at Mario in a stun,
ning doublet and cloak in "Otello"
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vestment counselor, aecoun'ant
and manager. 1 must keep opera-
i a man's career is becoming some.
' wnat separated from his home
interests, and many women have
begun to feel shut out of their
Jnrc fp ,.ih n ;., t.-lj-
. uui iiuauanus
al"ls aim are inexincaniy in.
V "',"' on
,mn8 iwu uves ai once.
ve more oeauim
von i uih uiree cai
1Ees- more silks and silver mon-
; Dut wouldn't take any o! that
ior me questioning look in my
husband's eyes that asks, "Was ii
good?" as he comes backstage
after taking a curtain call.
My nodded assent means more
'han the thousands of people
plauding on the other side of the
! lootlights. If that's glamor
, ot it-
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-May-or
George Christopher ordered
the r rench tricolor flown
StyB.h,:LftD.?ur days in
It flow FriHv eol.,rH. ..Jl'""'"1'"
Sunday. Monday-Bustle Day
someone forgot to raise it.
HOPE THIS WORKS
Nk'Ul (IHI PtMC (TTDTl Al'l..
her husband's church was robbed
for the second time in two
months, a minister's wife told
police she was going to hang a
cion Ml tho solo rojHino- "Tlinn
vm. l" UH.t, V living. 11IVU
shalt not steal."
now hp KKinw
JACKSON, Miss. (UPI)-James
Henry Young, charged with b
am l?ld a curi yesterday he
uuu,v stul1111 wllt- ovemoer
because he was unaware of any
GEORGE DID IT
nunLMLt nn(iaiio iiiri
MFUi" tt'TF C f T 1 TTTlf
George Washington admitted
Yes.erday in court that he mod
two iooked meals from a railway
station snack bar wtihout paying
MOOSE INVADE MOSCOW
swam across ine cuy s iNoruie
River and lay down to dry 'out in
a park as surprised Muscovites
When you are dummy at bridge,
don't decide it is time for you to
start a conversation with the
three who are still playing. Just
because you 'don't have to think
is no reason to keep them from
concntrating on the game.
Take that word "dummy" lit
erally and keep silent while you
watch the play of the hands
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written Jor NEA Service
A K J 10 6
8 5 2
Q J 106
VAQ 109 7 2
North and South vulnerable
South West North East
IV 14 2 Pass
4 Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead 4 K
SUPPOSE you are today's de
clarer ana West cashes the
and king of spades and shifts to
ine deuce ot diamonds. How would
you go aboir playing the hand?
It is what is usually described
a cinch by a man who nas ,"t
watrhoH h,c n,r. ..
it really is not 100 difficult if
arp a inn nlavor
Your nrnhUm i. t hA
over!seii to one club loser ana obvious
you have looked and no ed the mil"
v", TV" the West hand!
, ou nave to lind an eltminationi
play of sorts.
It is there all right the way the
cards lie. You simply lead a lo
nean to aummy's eight and ruff
, du,mmy s last spade. Now you
Play "e clul uit.' East plays
, yo" th nlne nd if ha
plays tne ten you eover with ciie
pie filling mix. 1 cup boiling hot
In either instance West will be'"1'" 'homogenized or skim milk
on lead with nothing but blacic
cards in his hand If he nlav a
spade you will ruff with dummv'o
; jack of trumps and discard your
nng ciud. it he leads a club you
" iusmg ciud len.
. ihis 1S, ra'her unusual elim
I "' .m mat soutn could
not DUll all the Immni nr sot
I of all the diamonrls hot i
l ... "Vir.tUi
pcciusc all West's red cards had'
! been eliminated
Q The bidding has been: I
North Boat South Wert
1 IV Double Pass
2 Pass Pass 2 V
Pass Pass ?
You, South, hold:
A2 VKJ97S 453 VQJtS
What do you do?
A Bid two no trump now
Even thoug-h you doubled one
heart you don't want to double
two althonrh the chances favor
a email penalty. West heard
your prerioiM double.
West passes and your partnei
bids three diamonds. East passes.
What do you do?
SPUTNIKS ROCKET VISIBLE
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UP1)
The East Coast should be able to i
gt a good look at the rocket car
RIER OF Sputnik III t o n i e n t
if the weather is clear. Smithsoni
an Astrophysical Observatory sci.
entists said that the rocket will
come out of the earth's shadow
over central Florida at 9:17 p.m.
e.d.t. and for five minutes will
flash northerly, disappearing at
S:22 p.m. over northern Maine.
Used after every
frtmts heat rash,
chafe and galling,
clings close, keep
baby fresh, com comfortable.
fortable. comfortable. Medic.ieti Mtnana Skin Crtam halpt haal
It. nful tunburn In gentle lanolin smooiha
red detergent Hindu J(.r
1 Horseman s
7 Used by a
13 Small space
14 Sell in small
20 CiV in The
40 Tempers, as
43 Social insect
46 Habitual use
47 Bridle part
30 Horse stance,
as in a show
36 Most painful
4 Female rabbit
10 Palm fruit
21 Eye part
22 Steps over
23 Heavy volume
nrp l pnx
M 11 1 1 Etnij
Chocolate Chiffon Frosting
Does Things to Package Mix
BY GA1NOR MADDOX,
For the leisurely outdoor dinner
you'll need a large, wonder u.,
heavi y-lrosted lemon chip ingel
cake. The men will grab for i'
and rave with delight. The wom
L- V u ,u ,u t
whl?per each other that .1 was
m'?e l,h cake mix and a no
1 cook chocolate frosting.
en will nibble and nibble and
: Xour menu mSW be: Barbeeoed!
warmed up in even, mixed greenj
sulad hot buttered rolls or biscuits,
kmon chip anRel cake.wlth cho
iiced ,fa' puncn and milk-
Lemon Chip Angel Cake
With Chocolate Chiffon Frosting
1 Make pmon chip angel eake
! according to package directions
and frost with the new chocolate
chiffon no-cook pie filling.
Chocolate Chiffon Fmstino
One package chocolate chiffon
74e Platote f&mt
MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
Mr. w ,v,.,tc n,- 7-, i
Mrs. I writes: Our 23 year-ol J the righ direction. Face(f rt
son has been engaged to a girl of;the possibility that their treatment
dilferent religious iatilh. We ac- 0f his girl was less that perfect,
cepted it but have not been veryne feels terribly ehealed-and has
happy aboui it. ...... rushed out of .heir house to bt-
Two weeks ago she broke the come j hope a man
engagment because of another Tne realization mat we are not
man. Now j red is blaming us. He;perfectly trustworthy is necrssa.-v
says thai if wed been nicer to, if children are to learn to trust
her, she would never have be-i themselves
come interested in this other M- j
low. Last night after words with; So we don't have to wallow in
his father he let: home to get his
own place. My heart is broken.
Why? Because your son has
discovered that you are not a per
fectly trustworthy human beine?!
At 23, it's time for children to
discover that we are no; the gods
of wisdom they used to think we
were, but ordinary people capable
of misiudgment. prejudice and
other human failings. If this dis discovery
covery discovery is not made, they continue
to depend on our judgment in-
stead of starting to exercise their, ship to his girl. The more easily
own. that we can tolerate the possibi.i-
The discovery is often sccompa-jty that our treatment of ner was
nied by rage at us. mistaken, the more easily will he
So the rage should encourage be able to stand the idea that his
us instead of breaking our hearts. treatment of her Was mistaken,
If Mrs. F. is a sensible woman, j too.
she'll see Fred's anger as his re
sistance to losing his parents as
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Answer to Previous Puzilc
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25 Genuine 44 Fiddling
31 raise god emperor
29 Writing table 43 Former
30 Dines Russian ruler
36 Inset 47 Liver fluid
37 Beverage 4STrostr
38 Wisest 49 Numerals 1
41 Certain 51 Peer Gjmt's
42 Slow (music) S3 Spinning toy
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Place mix in small oeep mixing
bowl (about m.qtiart size) Add
boi ing hot milk. Mix well. Beat
vigorously with rotary beater, or
at highest speed of electric mix.
er until filling stands in peaks, a
bout 3.6 minutes. Add sugar, beat
1 minute. Spread on cake.. Chill
until set, about 2 hours. (Make
Vi cups or enough for tons ind
sides of 2 9 inch cake tavrjt A on
lop and sides of a iO.inch am?!
- food cake).
For an extra treat, add thes
j canapes which a Norwegian friend
served us recently. Different and
Sprinkle Norway sarCtnts with
ja few drops of Rhine wine; 1 at
j stand 10 minutes. Place sardines
on finger-length strips of toast.
Partially fry small strips o ba.
con; place on sardines. Broil tin.
til bacon is crisp and sardines
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I u.e counieu on to come up wun
j guilt when they find us out.
It I were Mrs. F., I'd stop in
dulging myself in heartbreak nd
be quietly honest with Fred
admit wi hout anxiety that 1 did.
indeed fail to Rive him and hs
girl perfect understanding and
This unanxious admission of our
own limited powers can be very
helpful to him.
For what ails Fred is his dread
that he failed in perfect relation-
What he needs is in example oi
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THE PANAMA AMtKlCAN AN INUbf lDkb'T DAiL
Held il Brnktrt Club
Mr. Edward G. Cox and Mr. C.
'A. Peterson of the Power Branch
of the Electrical Division of the
Panama Canal Company, with
toeir wives, were guests of honor
at a retirement party given at the
new Breakers Club at Coco So.
lo. Sixty friends and associates of
ai- a I .MmkuI h a
me iwu coupies hikuuw
In charge of arrangements was
Mr. James O'Donnell and Mr. H.
F. Paddock of Balboa made the
speech of presentation as the
wives received corsages and Mr.
Cox and Mr. Peterson gifts of
money. Both expressed their ap ap-preciation
preciation ap-preciation in short speeches.
Mr. and Mrs. Cox and Mr. and
Mrs. Peterson will leave the Isth.
mus during the summer to make
their homes in Florida.
T-Sgt. and Mrs. Felton, 0. Free,
man of Albrook announce the
birth of their first child, Emma
Lynne on July 12 at Gorgas Hos.
pital. The paternal grandmother is
Only Living Quints
BUENOS AIRES (UPI) The
world's only living quintuplets the
two boys and three girls of the
Diligenti family, reached their
15th birthday yesterday. They will
be reunited in a family get-togeth.
er at a birthday party at the Dili,
genti mansion here Saturday.
The quints were born in 1943.
Their father. Franco Diligenti,
wealthy textile magnate, regis registered
tered registered them in different public of.
fices and kept their existence se secret
cret secret until an alert woman reporter
of The Buenos Aires Herald broke
I Diligenti said he wanted to
shield them from publicity to al allow
low allow them to grow up as normal
1 The two boys, Carlos Alberto
and Franco, and the three girls,
Mpria Fernanda, Ma. Ester and
Maria Cristina, all are taking Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine State educational courses
together with British Oxford and
Cambridge preparatory courses.
JThey speak English among them
Union Threatens To Call
General Strike On PAA
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i CAPE CANAVERAL, Fl. (UPI)
La union official threatened yes yes-day
day yes-day to call a system-wide strike
kgainst Pan American Airways if
khe workers' grievances are not
settled at the Air Force missile
lest center here.
i The wildcat walkout of some 800
(members of the Transport work,
ers Union started Monday night
but so far had not affected oper.
ations on the giant missile firing
center. The striking employes
work for PAA, which has a con.
tract to maintain and operate the
The Air Force reportedly made
plans to put military personnel
into the striking workers' jobs to
keep operations on schedule.
William Grogan, an international
TWU vice president, said TWU
members at all PAA bases in this
country would meet from 10 a.m.
to noon today to protest "the
callous attitude of PAA" and the
question of safety conditions at
the test center.
The safety issue rose after the
death of a worker last week, who
fell 120 feet from an Atlas missile
maintenance tower. Grogan also
accused PAA of not providing ade adequate
quate adequate medical care here.
He laid the protest meeting
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doctor . and choice of food are vital at this stage of your
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taknoad, sfenilk Lactogen for bottle feeding requistmeok.
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nal maternal grandmother is Mrs. J. D.
Amberson both of Rome, Georgia.
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Panamanian teacher Mist Leo Leo-nor
nor Leo-nor Jump has recemiy been ap appointed
pointed appointed by the Board of Education
of New York as a coordinator for
a non-English speaking program
for foreign students, mainly Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rican children, in the elemen elementary
tary elementary schools in New York City.
Miss JumD. former orinciDal oi
the La Boca Normal School and
graduate of the National universi university
ty university in oharmacv. holds a master's
deeree from Teacher's College,
Columbia University. sne is uie
daughter of William Jump, well well-known
known well-known community worker.
Convention In NY
Ahnnt 25 nf Jehovah's Witnesses
from the Canal Zone will attend
an international convention l New
York city, July 27 through Aug. 3.
Miss Hazel Burford, presiding
minister of the Balboa congrega
Hon in announcing the plans of
the local delegates, said that it
has been advisable to cancel an
minister of the Balboa congrega
tion from July 17 to Aug. iu, aue
to many being away for the
Christian assembly. 94
Those not attending the New
York assembly and' other interest interested
ed interested rjersons in the area are invited
to attend meetings held in the
neighboring congregation in Pans
ma City, at Kingdom Hall, locat located
ed located on Via Argentina in El Cangre-
Amiqos del Pueblo
For Annual Outing
T.n Amiens del Pueblo social
club has chosen the town of Beju Bejuco
co Bejuco for their annual outing to the
interior of Panama.
The outing is scheduled for San San-day,
day, San-day, Aug. 31, with music by a po popular
pular popular local orchestra.
Tickets are being sold by mem members
bers members of the club.
would be followed by a two-hour
work stoppage and if this matter
is not settled by Sunday, the
whole PAA system will "go on
strike and remain on strike until
this situation is settled."
PAA has 3,000 TWU members
employed at its Miami base. Sev Several
eral Several thousand more work at bases
in New York, San Francisco,
Brownsivlle, Tex., Houston and
TWU representative E.M. Mitch Mitchell
ell Mitchell said the union did not order
the strike. He said the workers
struck after voting to "take mat.
ters into their own hands."
Pickets set up lines about one
and one-half miles from both en entrances
trances entrances to the cape but did not
try to halt any workers from pass
ing through. One picket carried a
crudely lettered sign: "Workers
demand proper medical service service-safe
safe service-safe work n g conditions from
Another sign read: "PAA em employes
ployes employes demand stop chiseling."
PAA offirials said at first the
strike would not interrupt opera,
tions at the center "because we
have an ample number of super supervisory
visory supervisory p e o p 1 e." Later, PAA
spokesman Richard Mitchell ad
mitted an extended strike could
have harmful effects.
It Costs More Now
To Support Family
WASHINGTON (UPI) The av
erage American city worker must
earn $90 a week to support a
family of four at "modest but
adequate" standards, the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO reported today.
This would cover such things as
cheaper cuts of meat for dinner
several times a week, less than
two quarts of milk a day, an out.
of-town vacation only every three
or four years, a small radio and
The government reports: last
Tuesday the average factory work,
er earned $83.10 a week n June
a record high. Union officials
Tuesday the average factory work work-get
get work-get less than $83.10.
The AFL-CIO estimate of what
it takes a family of four to live
was obtained by updating a Labor
Department study in October 1951
showing it then required $80 a
week to maintain a family of
four in a "modest" manner.
The amount required to main,
tain the "modest" standard varies
from city to city, with a low of
$83 in Scranton, Pa., to a high of
$96 in San Francisco The AFL.
CIO said contrary to popular be be-lief
lief be-lief it takes as much income in
most southern cities to meet the
Among cities listed were Los
Angeles and Washington, D.C.,
$94; Baltimore, Md., Boston
Chicago and Seattle, Wash., $92;
Atlanta, Ga., Cincinnati, Ohio, De De-Detroit,
Detroit, De-Detroit, Mich., and Minneapolis,
Minn., $91; Pittsburgh, Pa., and
St. Louis, $90; Cleveland, Ohio,
Houston, Tex., and Portland, Ore.
$89; New York $87: and Kansas
City and Philadelphia, $86.
Program To Assist
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House Ways and Means Commit Committee
tee Committee today approved a 150-million-dollar
tax relief p r o r a m for
The group acted by an over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming but not unanimous vote.
Committee sources predicted the
administration would accept the
five.point plan although it differs
from one proposed by President
This appeared to insure enact enactment
ment enactment of the bill in some form be.
fore Congress adjourns next
month. Although the administra administration
tion administration has taken a firm stand
against general tax cuts now, it
favors relief for small business.
The next step will be for the
House Rules Committee to clear
the measure for floor considera-
tion. House passage would send it
to tile Senate for final congres.
sional action. j
Preliminary bipartisan agree agreement
ment agreement on the legislation was reach reached
ed reached by the Ways and Means Com Committee
mittee Committee Minday after weeks of stu
Chairman Wilbur D. Mills (D.
Ark.) and Rep. Daniel A. Reed
(R.N.Y.), senior Republican mem member,
ber, member, said the measure is restricted
to tax problems of small business
because "the present fiscal situa.
tion of the Treasury forecloses
general tax relief."
Preliminary estimates of the
first year's revenue loss, they
said, would be in the "neighbor "neighborhood"
hood" "neighborhood" of 250 million dollars.
The key provision in the com committee's
mittee's committee's plan would permit busi busi-ness
ness busi-ness firms to reduce their taxable
income by deducting a larger per percentage
centage percentage of machinery and equip
ment costs for depreciation, the
bill would permit first-year de depreciation
preciation depreciation of an additional 20 per
cent of the cost of investment out.
lays up to $10,000. In joint tax re.
turns the allowance would apply
to investments up to $20,000.
The speed-up in depreciation
would apply only to personal prop
erty, not buildings, acquired after
uec. 31, 1957.
COAST RECORD TREMBLORS
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (UPI)
From "four to six" minor trem.
blows were reported in this area
last night after an initial shock
of approximately six seconds. No
damage or injuries were reported.
tains and odor
deodorant can I
The Liberty Line In Fall
Clothes Is Conservative
By CAY PAULEY
NEW YORK (UPn Christian
Dior's young successor labels his
1st American collection the "lib
erty line, but takes tew liber,
ties with the leminine tiiriire
Truth is, ihe Yves St. Laurent
designs lor tall and winter axe
conservative, not startling. Most
of the liberty the Paris designer
iaKes is in treatment of hemlines
Models displaying the collection
Monday tor visiting reporters
wore skirts 18 to 19 inches from
the floor. And in trim, St. Laurent
featured huge bows and fringe to
a fare.thee.well on daytime, cock,
tail and evening clothes. Outsize
collars, double bows under the
bust, daytime ascots and evening
stoles all wore the fabric
There was only a sprinkling of
the wide T. skirted trapeze shape,
which he introduced last spriiijj
in his first Paris show. The trap trapeze
eze trapeze won him the accolades of the
fashion world, which had beeni n
a tizzy over whether the replace replacement
ment replacement for the late Dior had Dior's
His Paris fall collection will be
shown July 31. And traditionally
it makes a bigger splash.
The "liberty" line" included
some variations of the trapeze.
But mostly it had raised waist,
lines, tapered and short jackets
with lose-fitting backs, the bell bell-shaped
shaped bell-shaped skirt, or straight skirts
with looser fit than last season.
Coats, most of them with huge,
notched collars, fall loose and
straight. Most have fullness at
the sleeve, both in the deep cut
of the armhole which often begins
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Dior was one of seven firms
displaying their fall and winter
collections Monday, opening day
of "Press Week," the semian semiannual
nual semiannual event held by the couture
group of the New York Dress
Designer Pauline Trigere gave
women a choice of four major
shapes the wedge, the curtain
raiser, the dauphine, and the
The wedge hinled of the higher,
empire waist, but seamin? detail
and bias cut narrowed the dress,
like a wedge, to the hemline!
The natural waistline is loose.
The curtain raiser is a ncm ncm-line
line ncm-line treatment for slim, tunic like
dresses. The center froni is
raised, like a theater curtain
going up. Her dauphine silnouettt silnouettt-features
features silnouettt-features opulently full skirts and
the swizzle stick is straight and
narrow from shoulder to knee
with huge poufs of fabric at the
hem breaking the severe line.
"This is a most intere?ting
and exasperating fashion season,"
said a spokesman for Herbert
Sondheim, which decided on the
"empire chemise" as its number
one silhouette. This design fits
through the bust, has the hitjh
waist, is slightly fitted a; the
natural waist, and ends in a slim
It's the revival of the empire
for Hannah Troy too she calls
a whole group of dresses "Jose,
phines," designed with the sub subtlety
tlety subtlety of silhouettes that drove
Three exeprts in suit design
VIA. Wt.l Sa,
What kind of friend are you?
Are you the kind of friend who
is all sympathy when others are
in trouble, but who hates to see
them prosper and get ahead?
The kind who sticks when the
going is good, but is too busy to
be bothered when a friend can
no longer do him any good?
Are you the kind who takes
but rarely gives?
Who counts every favor done
and every favor received keeping
a mental balance sheet of whac
he does for others and what they
do for him?
Who resents a :;nd's being
well liked by others or thinking
as much of others as of him"
Who prides himself on being
frank which means being frank
to point out the unp'easani
truth, to see the fly in the oint ointment,
ment, ointment, to make the unhappy re.
Who takes old friends for
granted and makes less effort for
them than for the newest a
Who agrees with a person to
his face, and criticizes him be behind
hind behind hie back?
Who wants to have everything
his own way, and everything done
at his convenience?
Who can be silent while a
friend is being criticized or gossip gossiped
ed gossiped about?
Or, are you the kind of Iriend
you expect your friends to be to
Are you sure?
showed three different shapes for
fall. Davidow, celebrating its 50th
year in the casual clothes field,
clung to the classic, chanel-type.
Monte Sano and Purzan put
jacket belts to new highs some
of them right across the bustline.
And Paul Parnes featured the
"t" line, with the shape widening
from a narrow skirt to broaden broadened
ed broadened shoulders.
Resigns To Take
Two New Posts
WASHINGTON (UPI)- Dr Ga Gabriel
briel Gabriel Hauge, a key figure in for.
mulating the administration ? anti.
recession policies, resigned to.
day as President Eisenhower's
special assistant for economic af affairs.
fairs. affairs. The President "reluctantly" ac.
cepted the resignation which
White House Press Secretary
James C. Hagerty said will take
effect early this fall.
Hagerty said Hauge at that
time will become chairman of the
Finance Committee and a mem.
ber of the board of directors of
the Manufacturers Trust Company
of New York.
Hauge, 44, joined Eisenhower'
staff as one of the original mem members
bers members of the administration team
after the President was inaugurat inaugurated
ed inaugurated on Jan. 20, 1953. He had served
Become a better Ballroom Dancer, by
learning Rhythm, Styling & Phrasing.
Members of the DMA, DEA and TERPSICHORE ANS
of CALIFORNIA. Balboa 2-4239
SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI)
Singer Sammy I)av jr -.
en to a police station yesterday t
I explain why he crossed the bor
der at nearby Tijuana, Mexico
i with a .22 caliber pistol,
j The entertainer was hustled ofj
by border officers when the id
was found on his business seereV
tary Dave Landfield.
At the station, Davis produced
credentials and explained he had
la right to possess a gun because"
he was a special Los Angeles''
County deputy sheriff.
on the Eisenhower campaign stiff'
in 1952, after being an execu'ive
of the McGraw-Hill Publishing Co.,,
! Hauge has been among adv; rs-.
who have counseled the Presir'ent
against leaping into massive .ib
I lie works projects or tax cuts to
fight the business slump.
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FAREWELL GATHERING AT TIVOLI
FOR REV. JOSEPH F. KONEN, CM. TXXcT:
right art, Rev. Edward Melvln, C. M., Chap. Gregory Kennedy (Col.) USA, Mrs. Ridge, Chap. Charts Richard
(Capt.) U9A. Rev. Michael Wye, C. M., Mr. Charles Williams, Rev. James Murphy, C. M., Mr. Charles Garcia,
Most Rev. Dr. Luis Punxob, Apostolic Nuncio to the Republic of Panama, Rev. Joseph F. Konen, C. M., Most Rev.
Francis Baokman, C. M., Archbishop of Panama, Capt. William Dolan and Mrs. Albert Joyoe.
Rev. Joseph F. Konen, C. M.
accepts a farewell gift pre presented
sented presented to him by Mr. Charles
Williams on behalf of the
parishioners of St. Mary's
Mission during a dinner at
the Tivoli Guest House.
Father Konen, who has
served as superior of the Vin Vin-centian
centian Vin-centian Fathers in the Canal
Zone and the Republic of
Panama since 1952, departs
soon for New York where he
will be associated .with St.
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evening as they honored their departing pastor, Rev.
Joseph F. Konen, C. M. during a dinner at the Tivoli
Guest House. Father Konen was presented as an expres
sion of gratitude for his work in the Republic of Panama the Vasco Nunez de Balboa and was also honored by
His Holiness with the Papal Decoration Pro Papa ot Pro Eccelisa.
PARISHIONERS OF ST. MARY'S MISSION
BID FAREWELL TO REV. JOSEPH F. KONEN
WEDNESDAY, JULY II, 19V
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the scene changes
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President and Mrs. Ernesto de la Guardla Jr., entertained
at a dinner in the Balboa Room of the Hotel El Panama
Hilton last Sunday evening in honor of Dr. Milton Eisen Eisenhower
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the guests were officials and their wive from the Canal Zone and the Republic of Panama and members of
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SPORTS CAR RALLY FOR SUNDAY
Sport car enthusiasts are in for a surprise on Sunday. By
public demand after their success last February, the ladies
of the Isthmian Sports Car Club are planning another
rally. This one will begin in the wee small hours of the
morning 8:30 a.m. at the Diablo service center. Shown here are the planners looking over maps and instruc instruction
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WEDNESDAY, JULY IS,
Bonus Baby Jay Finally Paying Off Investmen
Hurls Fine Four-Hitter
To Keep Braves In Lead
By MILTON KICHMAN
NEW YORK, July 16 (UPI) The jay is a member
of the crow family, o Milwaukee can't be blamed today
for crowing over Joey Jay, a young pitcher once pegged
as being strictly for the birds.
! The trouble with Jav, thev used 'homered off loser Sal Matfie
'to say around Tthe National who yielded all of Milwaukee's
llpapiM was that he never out- runs.
' erew the little leagues in which The San Franc.sco Giants stay stay-'
' stay-' he used to be cock of the walk. ed right at the BraveSp heels with
Given a $40,000 bonus when he a 10 win over the Philadelphia
was 17 Jav took his good old Phillis. who dropped their fourth
,m winning a place with the straight game.
i The standard eae ainon?
rival plavers was. Well, now
that thev've got their money in invested
vested invested in him, let's see them g't
Suddenly, however, the 22-year
'old right-hander is starting to re repay
pay repay that investment with added
dividends. Like last night, for ex-
' om nip A hrn hp turned in a bn
eiVt batters in a 4-1 victory over1
tl r rrtinaU
It was Jav's fourth triumph of 1
j- u;,,.- nH ctrnclr n II I
:.. a iiio Rni'K
needed it to retain their halt
,game L-ad in the tight N.L. race.
lHank Aaron took care of the ar
its-ck. driving in three runs with
.his 16th and 17th homer? and a
I.arrifirp flv Wes Covington also
HONEST COUNT Let Rob Roberts
erts Roberts has good reason to smile
standing beside this 382-pound
blue marlin caught off Ham Ham-f
f Ham-f ilton, Bermuda. It is one of
l the biggest fish ever taken on
; a 50-pound test line in the area.
Leo Germ In
Robert Bray in
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Service Center Theatres
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:05
f Elizabeth Sellers
COCO SOLO 7:00
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Richard Egan, Jan Sterling
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Jeff Chandler, Orson Welles
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MARGARITA 6:15 & 7:50
Basil Rath bone
"THE BLACK SLEEP"
"THE GIRL MOST
SANTA CRUZ 7:06
"THE DISEMBODIED" and
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CAMP BIERD 7:00
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SE LO ( Ml TO
Hp' LA BRI'JA
Mike MctormicK, l-year-oifl do
nus southDaw. registered his ev
enth victory against one defeat
when he pitched out of jams in
the eighth and ninth to beat Rob
The loss was a heart breaker
for Roberts, who held the Giants
(o two hits over the first eight in
nings. A bases loaded error hv
Willie JUliea uii rvdy dduiuiiaM
grounder in tht sixth allowed San
Francisco to score the only run
of the. game. The j Giants colled-
ea ineir iniru anu iniai mi mi
.lim Uparn in the ninth
Pittsburgh snapped the Los An-
aolpc rWiHeprc' fnnr.0nmp winning
streaK wnn a x i aecision i n a 1
was credited to Ronnie Kline.
i The Pirates shelled loser Don
Drwiaie nnm ine mnurwi win,
four run rally in the eighth inning
after Duke Snider belted the long longest
est longest homer ever hit in the Memo Memorial
rial Memorial Coliseum a 440-foot wallop fl flyer
yer flyer the center-field fence to He
the score at 2-2 in the sixth in inning
ning inning Dick Stuart homered frv
Cincinnati and Chicago were no no-scheduled.
scheduled. no-scheduled. Sports Briefs
BOUT RAINED OUT
NORWOOD. Mass (LTD The
Willie Pep.Bobby Bell feather featherweight
weight featherweight bout scheduled for Mon Monday
day Monday night at the Norwood outdoor
arena will be held tomorrow in
stead The 10-round out w a s
called off because of heavy rains.
BOUT SET FOR GARDEN
NEW YORK (UPI) The New
York State Athletic Commission
has approved a 10-round middle
weight bout between ex-charnpion
Gene Fullmer and Franz Szuzina
of Germany for Madison Square
Garden. July 30. It will be the
first Wednesday night TV bout
from the Garden in more than a
STILL GOING STRONG
POZNAN, Poland ( UPI)
Jadwiga Jedrzejowska, 47 year year-old
old year-old former international tennis
star who competed at Wimbledon
before World War II, on the
Polish women's lawn tennis cham.
pionship for the 21st time Mon.
day by defeating a girl named
Filipkowna, 20 years her junior.
6.1, 61. Jadwiga later teamed to
win the women's doubles and
mixed doubles titles.
JOCKEY HAS BIG DAY
NEW YORK (UPI) Jack Leon,
ard. a 17-year old apprentice rider
from the suburbs of Seattle,
Wash., rode four winners at Ja Jamaica
maica Jamaica Monday, starting with the
first thre races and winding up
with the feature.
O APPEAR IN U.S.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (UPD (UPD-Flfven
Flfven (UPD-Flfven European nations in including
cluding including the Soviet Union will send
speed skaters to Squaw Valley,
Calif., next February. The teams
will leave Europe on Feb. 18. the
day after the world champion
ships at Oslo.
CHAMP BREAKING CAMP
MONTICELLO, N. Y. (PD (PD-Floyri
Floyri (PD-Floyri Patterson will finish his
eastern training here today
for his heavyweight title defense
against Roy Harris at Los An.
geles, Aug 18. He and his en entourage
tourage entourage will break camp and
motor to New York from where
he will fly to Ixj Angeleg on
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I III COMK IIOMR
( Based en 200 official at bats)
Musial, St. L. 75 268 40 97
Mays, San Kco. 82 236 69 ill
Dark, Chi. 67 273 33 91
Ashburn, Phila. an 320 47 104
Walls, Chi. 84 335 60 108
Skinner, Pitts. 77 289 52 93
Flood, St. L. 62 202 26 63
Anderson, Phila. 75 281 42 87
Cepeda, S. Fco. 81 326 52 100
Banks, Chi. 84 337 67 103
Cerv, K. C.
Ward, K. C.
Jensen, Red Sox
Man le, Yankees
RUNS BATTED IN
Jensen, Red Sox
Lollar, White Sox
(Bated on 7 decisions)
W L Pet.
McCormick, Giants 7 1 .875
McMahon, Braves 6 1 8o7
Farrell, Phillies 6 2 .70
Phillips. Cubs 6 2 .750
Koufax, Dodgers 7 3 .700
Delock, Red Sox 8
Turley, Yankees 13
Sullivan, Red Sox 8
Pappas, Orioles 6
Ford, Yankees 11
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For Canada Sweep
Hailed By Captain
TORONTO, Ont. (UPI) U. S.
Davis Cup cap.ain Perry Jones
hailed his squad today for its 5 0
series sweep over Canada and
said his new young players have
"the attitude to go all the way."
The young Yanks completed
perfect score victory in the semi semifinal
final semifinal round of the North Ameri American
can American Zone eliminations Monday
when Barry MacKay of Day;on,
Ohio, heat Paul Willey, 6-8, 6-2,
12 10, 7 5, and Jack Douglas of
Stanford university beat Don
Fontana, 4-6, 6-3, 6 2, 6-1.
The matches were virtually ex
hibitions, since the U. S. team
had clinched the series by win winning
ning winning the first three matches.
Easy Ring Victory
To Change In Style
NEW YORK (UPI) Feather Featherweight
weight Featherweight Carmelo Costa today
credited his easier victory over
Al Tisi in their return bout to
"my change in style."
Costa of Brooklyn, a ranking
contender before his hitch in the
Army, won a more emphatic un un-naimois
naimois un-naimois 10 round decision over
Tisi of New York Monday night
in their TV fight at St.
Nicholas Arena than he did on
March 9,9 1954.
Costa, the 11-5 favorite who
weighed 131 pounds to Tisi's
128'i, explained, "I went right
after him this time with flurries of
combinations and took chances in
the exchanges because he's a
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Brazos Brook Golfers
Invited To Tournament
At Summit Hills Sunday
Members of the Brazes Brook
Country Club have been invited
to take part in a mixed Scotch
foursome tournament to be held
at the Summit Hills Golf Club
on Sunday, July 20 tee of'
time 9 a.m.
The ladies from Braiis will be
paired with the men from Summit
while the ladies from Summit will
team up with the men from Bra Brazos.
zos. Brazos. The matches will be played
off handicap and directly afW
play a buffet-luncheon will be
served with the losing team act acting
ing acting as hosts for the winners.
The Brazos IBrook members are
earnestly requrested to sign thei
names on the entry list at tho
clubhouse not later than Saturday
mid-day so that Don Hause. tour tournament
nament tournament chairman, will be able to
advise the Summit Club exactly
how many players they can ex expect
pect expect to be on hand Sunday morn
The Braios golfers desiring to
travel by train will be met at
the Pedro Miguel station by
Summit Hills members who will
take them to the golf course.
The train leaves Mount Hop
TOKYO FIRE KILLS 10
TOKYO (UPI) Ten Japanese
girls employed in a drue factory
were burned to death yesterday in
an explosion and fire that swept
a two. story building. The explo explosion
sion explosion occurred when a mixture of
alcohol and chemicals ignited on
the second floor of the wooden
PREMIER TO VISIT LONDON
LONDON (UPI) Premier
Charles de Gaulle of France has
accepted an invitation to visit
Britain and is expected to arrive
after the French referendum
scheduled for Oct. 5, authoritative
sources said today.
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We will appreciate your rail which
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at 7:05 a.m. and arrives at Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel at 8:04 a.m. Home
I ward bound, the train will le-ive
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will arrive at Mount Hope at 6:15
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imoortance of rilacine their nam
on Ihe entry sheet well ahead of
ume so mai me summit people
will knnw how manv pare flrr rp.
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Loop 1st Division
NEW YORK, July 16 (UPI)
the Miami Marlins are back in
the first division of the Interna
tional League todav for the first,
time since the opening weeks of
John Anderson, who has been
used mainly as a relief pitcher.
took full advantage of a starting
opportunity last night to down the
Richmond Virginians, 3-1. Ander Anderson
son Anderson gave up seven scattered thi's
in posting his second victory a-
gainst two losses. The Marlins,
although 2U2 games behind league league-leading
leading league-leading Montreal, now own a
game advantage over Columbus
for the fourth and final playoff
In other games last night, Mon Montreal
treal Montreal continued its winning ways
with a 5-3 decision over Roches Rochester;
ter; Rochester; John Crimian yielded only
three hits to enable Toronto to
defeat Buffalo. 1-0, and remain
within six games of first place;
and Havana handed Columbus its
sixth straight defeat, 6-2.
MONTY RECEIVED BY POPE
VATICAN CITY (UPI) Pope
Pius XII granted a private audi audience
ence audience yesterday to British Field
Marshal Bernard Montgomery
the oiftpoing Allied deputy com commander
mander commander in Europe.
Only 7 Teams
Still In PAAF
Four teams were eliminated
from the PAAF Company Lijvel
Cage Tournament Monday and an
other yesterday, leaving just lev
en teams in the tourney.
Monday morning the Marine
Barracks team downed Army At Atlantic's
lantic's Atlantic's USARCARIB School squad
42-36 with o. iBayles leading the
way with 16 tallies. John Foster
scored 23 points for the School.
In the afternoon the 534th MP's
from Fort Clayton blasted the
62nd MRU team from Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador 65-49. Bob Coane hit 21 for
the winners and Dick Poster can
ned 18 for the losers.
In Monday night's first gime
the Amador champs, D Battery.
764th AAA Battalion, crushed the
USNS Rodman team 73-52. bob
Christopher hit 25 for D Battery,
George Mays 20 for Rodman.
In the nightcap encounter Al-
brook's A ACS club stopped C Com
pany, 1st Battle Group, 20th In
fantry 56-45. Bill Agan had 16 for
the winners. Bob Stallworth 12
for the losers.
Yesterday morning the 3?.4th
MP's edged by the Marine Bar
racks squad 60-55 in a real squ,.ak
er. Stan Christian led the well bal balanced
anced balanced MP attack with 16 mark
ers. M.S. Johnson hit 23 for the
Panama Rod & Reel
Lt. Genera' Ridgely Gaither.:
commander-in-chief of the Carib'
bean Command, not only accepted
the Rod and Reel Club's invita
tions for Armed Forces participa participation,
tion, participation, but said, "I look forward to
enjoying this outstanding event
myself. First day of the tourna
ment he went out with his aide
Captain J. R. Lawrence to try his
luck, aboard the Q-95.
The "Seri reDorts good weather
and lots ot bait around Pi-as
Bay. They've been rasing sail
but no marlin yet. The Miami fish fish-ormen
ormen fish-ormen are all ernwinp hoards nn.
til they catch a marlin. Frank
Viojeue says, ne wjll not endan endanger
ger endanger his reputation of being Beau
Brummei or. tne acni jiun.
Fishermen are reminded that if
they contact frequency 2575 at 8
a.m. they can give us whatever
news they have Sam Moody says,
please remember to fill out com completely
pletely completely the fish entry cards, as no
fish is largest or second largest
in its class until it is judged at
the end ofx the tournament.
Add to the names of trophy do donors,
nors, donors, Angelini, Fastlich, Seagram's
V. O. Kodak is giving a Brownie
movie camera as a prize. Tro
phies will be displayed for the pub
lie within ten days.
The Armed Forces, as is their
generous custom, will donate fish
to Panama orphanages.
Angel Britton will fuel boats at
Cocos Point, and will have ice a a-vailable.
vailable. a-vailable. A certified scale is lo located
cated located there.
world's record is asked to get in
touch with Frank Violette aboard
the 'Seri" regarding the ruled for
registering it. The fish, for in
stance must be weighed ashore.
Marta Halphen and her cousin
Marisa Gonzalez Revilla have
signed up to fish.
Ernesto de la Guardia. Ill Pres
ident of the Club de Yates y Pes Pes-ca,
ca, Pes-ca, will leave tomorrow at 5 a.m.
with the fleet of outboards setting
out to fish in the Perlas Island.
They expect to make the trip in
three hours in their speed boats.
for prompt attention
will enable un
Editor: CONRADO SARGEAN'l
W L Pet. GB
Milwaukee 44 36 .550
San Francisco 45 38 .542 't
Chicago 43 41 .512 3
St. Louis 39 39 .500 4
Philadelphia 38 40 .487 5
Pittsburgh 40 43 .482 JVj
Cincinnati 37 42 .468 6v-
Los Angeles 38 45 .458 7Va
Milwaukee at St. Louis (N)
Philadelphia a, San Francisco
Cincinnati at Chicago (2)
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (N)
Milwaukee 010 210 0004 6 0
St. Louis 000 100 0001 4 1
Jay (43) and Crandall.
Maglie (2 3) Stobbs, Paine, Mabc
Philadelphia 0, San Francisco 1
Pittsburgh 6 Los Angeles 2
Rainbow City Pool
To Be Repaired
The Rainbow City swimming
pool will be closed on Monday,
July 21, for repairs and clean cleaning.
ing. cleaning. The work wil bo perform performed
ed performed by the Maintenance Division.
In order to complete the re repairs,
pairs, repairs, the pool will be closed
for sovera days. It wil be re reopened
opened reopened as soon as possibe up upon
on upon completion of the wrk.
CLIMBS HICH Muriel Davis is the only girl gymnast ap-
pearing in the National Sports Festival at New York's Rocke- I I
feller Center. A star of the 1956 Olympic Games, the Los J
Angeles miss, now 17, is this country's top all-round performer.
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f tho alphabet corresponding to the numerate on too line of the atro atro-logical
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Detroit at New York (N) I
Kansas City at Boston (N) 1
Chicago ai Baltimore (2-Twi N)
Cleveland at Washington (N)
Detroit 241 200 00312 13 0
New York 000 000 221 5 10 0
Lary (98), Aguirre and Wilson.
Monroe (1-1), Trucks, S t u r d i
vant, Kucks and Howard.
Kansas City 000 001 1002 8
Boston 300 001 Olx 5 9
Herbert (3 5), Daley, Tomanc
and Smit, Chiti.
Sullivan (8 2), Kiely and Berb
Chicago 200 000 000 0103 7 1
Baltimore 011 000 000 011 4 12 I
Wilson, Staley, Lown (1-1) and
Portocarrero (8 5) and Triandos,
Cleveland 004 000 0004 7 i
Washington 220 000 lOx 5 6 t
Score, Bell (3-3) and Nixon.
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1958
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Panama Basketball Loop Twinbill Tonight
- - - -- - -
6 2 .750
m-mm kV rr.1 r"V.;...n White RfW BTfn't ffOinB SnV"
SJtTander shown delivering a headache tablet, was deprived
of Arfert gme when Ed Fit Gerald of Wash.ngton doubled.
Jack Dempsey, former heavy-, mission, is opposed to having it
weight champion of the world, to join the NBA. But where has box box-uay
uay box-uay put his gloves on again, and ing in New Yoric gone with its bar bar-cnallenged
cnallenged bar-cnallenged State Supreme Court! ring the commission from joining
justice Samuel Hols;adter, whose) any national organization lor no no-blanket
blanket no-blanket indictment of professional uciiig the game more careluby,
ooxing and demand that it be out- and reierreang oui me tmevcs?
lawed, had sounded the tocsin forj "1 am not indicung ihe New
thousands ol ring fans. Yor commission. 1 Know that it
"The judge's holler about shu--!has tried hard and that Helfand
ting down boxing because the! is a competent chairman, liul i.
grand jury of New York 'Cowy.y is far Irom an ideal setup,
nad indicted Bert Grant, a fisjUt1 "1 useu to tninK tnai we need a
judge, on a bribery charge, atod national boxing commission opci opci-had
had opci-had named Hymie Wallman, as-i ateo by the government in Wash Wash-ncinf
ncinf Wash-ncinf involved in the mess, jis'a-Ungton. But 1 now rule that out.
bout as logical as advising folks I Boxing can clean nouse, it can
lo hidewieir dough under maircss- iuu lueu nuuesuy, wnnoui ieue:
quite a lew bankers
i jPetapsey opened.. I LAll ibis talk about fixes auj
1, fffi jifitge exTOprefftidfcticuits discourages Ttius from
going jnio proiessionai Doxmg. Ata
ieiics is one of the mos. respe led
nmgs inthe U.S.A. Let s not
ama.eur1 boxmg, as a legitimate
and valuable sport. But how much
amateur boxing would we have if
professional -careers were barred? I stanu for its contamination
"Now, don t get me wrong. 1 ap
r.ot giving professional boxing as
. stands a clean bill of healtft. I; Wants Ruthless Commissioner
know for a long time that Ahis
m serable situation dug up Pi- 'Now, let me proceed with my
a rict Attorney Hogan was coming j plan, uemLy co.uinueu. 'We
,i ,iept hollering lor reiorras, but get all of jr boxing commissions
nooouy was listening, in o a Strong national organization,
"There are a lot of fine people! which would have an FBI mode.
in boxing. The judge makes all of ed alter the one in throughbred i
us out to be thieves and seating-' racing. j
crs. The scandal has backfired all "luen we find a strong man lur
over the country, and' unless das-i commissioner and pay him $6! Olio
l.c changes are made the people j a year, as mucn as Ford Fr. k
Wiil lose conlidence in the sport; gets by the major leagues. He
completely. Through television, we would be ruthless, afraid of noi
i .ve millions of tigto fans where; dy, with allegiance to no politi politi-ve
ve politi-ve had only thousands years ago. kcians, and witn boxing his only in
"It a man comes to a hospital terest.
with an operable cancer they don ; j "vVe of boxing have let intruders
: oot him, but the surgeons ac- ruin it. We need a few good jail
i it the challenge to save his lift1, sentences lor the soundrels.
our ring surgeons go to work, "Boxing is suffering from dete -i
in earnest. rioration both in the front office
j and in the ring, and has become
WantsNtw York j loo percent business, too might of
In Powerful NBA it real greedy.
When asked to outline his si
g .ions for cleaning up proles- I undeuutand that the
"Now we face a new situation,
Dempsey replied. Harris tight is being promoted by
. ie tirst move nas to ne an a- television interests represented by
mendment to the New York State TelePrompter, with Western Union
boxing law which would pel m it as a sort of silent partner,
our boxing commission to become1 "I do not regard this new thing
a member of the National Boxing; as bad. It might be a great benc benc-Assn.
Assn. benc-Assn. j flee. II could turn out to be -rein-
"This now is much too loose a 1 endous help if the television oeo
body wr.h too small ability to n- j pie knew their business and they
force penalties. I raised the financial incentive lor
"What boxing needs in an orija j the boxer. The way things stand
nization like the on in base.). II, a fighter will get $4000 for a ,ele ,ele-with
with ,ele-with strict regulations, careful j vised con. est and go home with
screening of judges and referees,! barely $1000.
and a czar like Judge Landis was i
No fooling around, no political in-! "I am an example for what box
fluence gelling jobs for incompe- irig will do for a man. For Judg'j
tents and maybe covering up Hofstadter to say tnat the ga e
scoundrels.' : spawns only delinquents and rack-
I can see why Julius Helfand, eteers. withou "ossicle compei:sa-l
Perfection vs Panama
Nacional vs Kent
Monday's Night's Resolts
Cerveza Balboa 77 Carta Vieja
Kent 88 Marlboro 76
By VICTOR GRAY
A Nacional victory tonight will
throw the Panama Baske bill
Leagoe into a three-way tie, hot
this accomplishment is easier sa'.
than done. Kenl, known as, the
mracle club of the iiriui', has
been playing some real goot b.iUj
ot late, coming through with sor-,
peises which have mate a lot of 1
fans sit up and take notice. Thei
Petdomo coached outfit, just car;-'
not' be counted out.
The curtain raiser will bring to-1
gether Panama and Perfectly!,
1,1,, llintotr nt t U .,
caliber, and most of the time, ve j
ry good matihes result from ti'ts:
of this nature. The Panama cub
is at present enjoying a two-game
winning streak, having victimize!
the ill-fated Carta Vieja Yanktes
and Kent n their last two out outings.
ings. outings. In Perfection, they will be met meting
ing meting a determined outfit with Hi
rector Ricardo Santos, Davis Pe Pe-ralta,
ralta, Pe-ralta, Ivan McPherson and Lionel
Campbell willing to give them the
battle of their lives.
Monday Night's Games
Again it was the same old say
ing 'thes played a great game,
but the other club was just a
shade better with Cartel Vieis
once more taking it on the chir
for the eighth consecutive tine.
The Zonians were in the thick of
things unlil thefinal seconds cf
play, with newrover John Clark
plaving some real classy basket basketball.
ball. basketball. However, theboys under Chefo
Echeverria, playing for all they
were worth and their star pass
in top scoing form (he dumpe 1 a
to al of Z6 points) brought home
fp all fairness tp the' Carta Vie Vieja
ja Vieja club, it mus be said mat it rg
the first time in the history of a a-ny
ny a-ny local sport, that a winless ag
gregation has enjoyed so mi'ch;
popularity.. The fans contiued to
tur out ight after night, hpingj
to be on hand for the big evnf.j
a Carta Vieja triumph! Anyway,'
if Monday fight's performance
means anything, the time is noti
far off, and quite a lot of Iron- j
ble is in s'ore for the leaders j
Led by Bobby Christopher, who!
Humned in a total of 25 points.;
the Kent quintet came up with i
ano her surprise whn they sub
dued the star studded Marlhurrj
five by an 88 to 76 score. Com Completely
pletely Completely mousp-trappedthroueh the
night were Eddie Bermudez and
Emme' Rrvant the two big guns
of Fifi Tom's squad.
Coming in ahn for their sh.ire
of credit were Elias Colley, li
berto Williams and George Hall
of the winners, having contributed
1S, 12 nH 11 ooints respective! v. i
Ernesto Taylor with 19. Julio i
Noel with 16 and Julie AnHr-He
with 12 were the big men for th
losers. The Marlboro loss, brought j
to an end the four-game winn'n?!
slrak eniove.H bv the Colonist""',
anrt nni i nl rl iirilk tl,., rnrt,n, I i I
boa '"in in 'he opners created a
deadlock in the standings betwee'i
(Dionites and 'Brewers, six wins
and two defeats apiece.
FOURSOME Golf partners at the Hunt Club in Ottawa, Ont., consisted of, left to right:
John A. Cross, president of the club; President Eisenhower; Minister of Transportation George
Hees, and Speaker of the Senate Mark Drouin.
Sam Snead Advises That Jackie Burke Jr.
Best Golf Is Smart Golf Scores Record Win
;n Insurance Open
By OSCAR FRALEY
HAVERTOWN, Pa. (DPI)
Slammin' Sammy Snead looked 20
years into the past .oday to ad advise
vise advise the average golfer that "tilt
best golf is smart golf."
Slammin' Sam knows what he's
balking about. He failed to do just
that back in 19399 and it cobt
him the most coveted title in 'he
golf world the U. S. Open cham
"I'll have to admit that I was
guilty of bad thinking," he ad-1
That most horrible moment cf
a brilliant golfing career came at
Philadelphia's Spring Hill course
when Snead stood on the tee o j
the 72nd and final hole needing
only a par five to wintheOptu
and a bogey six to tie.
He hacked ou. a soul searing
eight which, while it endeared j
him to millions of miserable!
mashie addicts, cost hm what
"could have been four or maybe
six Open Titles."
Will Try Again
Sam never has been able io win
it. And now, at 46, his chances
YANKEE BECOMES FATHER
NEW YORK (UPI) New
York Yankee infielder Bobby i
Richardson became a father fori
the second time Sunday when his
wife gave birth to a boy at ValL?y
Hospital in Ridgewood, N. J.
WINS 20th SRAIGH
GOTEBORG, Sweden (UPI )
Ingemir Johansson, Sweden's un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten European heavyweight j
champion scored his 20th straight
victory and 12th knockout Sunday!
night when he belted out big
Heinz Neuhaus of Germany in
the fourth round of a scheduled
lOrounder at Ullevi Stadium be.
fore an estimated 10,000 eprsons.
SIGNS BONUS CONTRACT
BALTIMORE (UPI) Johnhn
Short, a 19.year-old first baseman
from Hawthorne, Calif.. has
signed a bonus contract with the
Baltimore Orioles' Louisville affil affiliate
iate affiliate in the American Association
and been assigned to the Blue Blue-field,
field, Blue-field, W. Va., team in !tie all.
rookie Appalachian League. Short,
University o" California freshman,
bats and throws left-handed.
get dimmer by the hour. Not
that he has given up. Nor have
the members of his club in Boca
Raton, Fla They actually have
ordered him to spend three weeks
next year at Winged Kool, Mt'-j
maroneck, N. Y., where IheOpen!
is to be held, getting himself
'ready" for one all-ou; last ditch
Sam has won just about every-;
thing else there is in the fairway
business, from the British Open
onthrough to the PGA champion championship,
ship, championship, which he has taken threo
limes and which he will shoot at
again this week end over th
tight, tricky Llanerch Country
But his "thinking." hack there
in 1939 9when he could have wrap wrapped
ped wrapped up an Open title which since
has become a 'jinx'' with fetr
second-place finishes, s'ill haunts'
the Slammer from the West Vir I
"li wasn't all bad thinking." he
says. T wasn't exactly sure
where I stood and the word that
reached me was that I needed a
birdie four on the last hole to
Sam pushed his drive into h
rough on that lon', nar five
hole and then shooting for the
green te picked a tvvo Wood.
Play It Safe
"It didn't have enough loft," h-.j
says in sari retrospect. 'If I was
smart I could have taken a fou. fou.-wood
wood fou.-wood and still possibly hive m id?
the green. Or a two iron -hot
would have set up an easy oar
five which would have won it ill
But he dumoed it into a trap,
left it there, rammed his next
into a trap short of the grcn
barely got it out on the front
edse and then three putted.
"I've played that hole over
million times and never did 1
score worse than a par five," he
smiles ruefully. "So I've got to
tell the average golfer lo look
over the situa ion carefully arn,
if the odds are gainst a four
pay for the five rather tiian
shoot at the borderline six. Th.it
way you'll often get your four
and you won't get the double
Sam competed in that "stroke
conscious" manner, nlaying the
sure shot instead of the gamhb,
in 19949 and 19590 and finished
those two years with a tremen tremendous
dous tremendous steoke average of 69.2.
"Theee's a time you must gam gamble
ble gamble aari a time when you should
play safe," he grits "It's a smaet
cookie who knows when to do
WEHERSFIELD, Conn. (UPI)
Jackie Burke Jr., the 1956 PGA
champion, had a record victory
in the Insurance City Open golf
tournament as proof today that
he's ready tor an attempt to re regain
gain regain that coveted crown.
Burke shot a two under par
69 over a soggy course here
Sunday to win the Insurance City
event with a 72-hold total of ?68
strokes, breaking by one stroke
the course record held by Bob
Toski and Sam Snead.
Next stop on the tourney trail
is the PGA championship open opening
ing opening at Havertown, Pa., on
Burke appeared recovered from
an operation which involved the
removal of a painful cyst on his
right wrist. He won thu? tourna.
ment here by three strokes over
Art Wall and Dow Finsterwald,
who tied for second, place at 271
Wesley Ellis Jr. was fourth
with 272 oen stroke ahead of
three players at 273 Paul Har.
ney, George Bayer and Don
In a five. way tie at 274 were
Gene Littler, ed Kroll, Gary
Player of South Africa, Bill Cas.
apr and Arnold Palmer,
By Conrndo Sargeant
No jockeys were suspended over
the weekend but, several trainers
were fined by Presidnt Remon j
Juan A. Jimenez HI and Luis
H. Farrugia were fined $10 each
for using defective gear on Bn
My Chree and Emily Mary, re respectively.
spectively. respectively. Julio Jimenez Jr. netted a $10:
fine also for giving a false repo--t
on the reason he got off last with
Kensingon in Saturday's seventh
Cachafaz and Segador were set
down 15 days for being lame aft after
er after their races. The track's off i
cial veterinarian meted out the
Histrion broke a sesamoid
bone in his rght left leg and
will probably be useless for rac racing
ing racing purposes. The well-bred Argen
tine horse will most ikey be sold
for use as a stalion.
Six three and four-year old fillies
were en ered yesterday for the
August 3 $2,500 added one m'.e
Republic of Chile Classic. The en entries
tries entries and their weight assignments-
Ben Mv Chree 122, Eve Evening
ning Evening Star 120, Ragalza 120, Rnsi Rnsi-ta
ta Rnsi-ta Maria 120. As You Like Her
122 and Quickie 122.
Chilean jockey Jose Ulloa wis
expected lo arrive on the Is.h Is.h-mus
mus Is.h-mus some tme today. Ulloa, who
is under contract to the local irack
for three months, is said to be a
This weekend's feature event
will be the Republic of Colombia
handicop. A drawing will be held
among the various series to de decide
cide decide which group of horses will
dispute the 1,000 purse.
Argosy Royal, a Three-year old
English colt by Golden Cloud-Scan-dinavja,
was recently acquired bj
the Jurado Fernandez syndic'.
and will be placed on sale as'soon
he reaches the Isthmus. The colt)
a winner of one race and aever
al placings in good competition)
is expected to get here some tirm
Sylvio Laziarin's Argentine
router Trasgo yesterday finished
third in the one mile and five
eighths Great Neck Purs at
The winner was Civet, riddel
by Eddie Arcaro, which scorcJi
by two and one-quarter lengh'a
Promethean was second, tw
lengths ahead of Trasgo. ThJ
time for the main even was 2:41
Incirientally two Lazzarin's foul
three-year olH Argentine coltb
which are now in training at th.
local Irack, will probably mak
thfir debut over the next wet
RIDES FOUR WINNERS
STANTON, Del. (UPI)-Eldo
Nelson, Delaware P r'"'s lea1' t
jockey who botted home sii
straight winners two weeks ago;
had four Monday to boost hi
track leading total to 51, 14 mor
lhan his nearest rival.
I drink Tender eaf Tea!
Nothing taitas to diliclously refraining
at a cup of hot Ttndar Liaf Tia.
It's to relaxing I
Player Of The Day
They laughed when Lee Walls
of the Chicago Cubs went on an
early. season home run spree but
Ihe 25. year-old outfielder from
San Diego. Calif., is proving he's
no flash in the pan.
One of the big reasons the
Cubs arc making such a sur surprising
prising surprising showing this year. Walls
hammered out seven hits in eight
tries Sunday as the Cubs swept
a rioublcheadcr from the Phillies,
3-2 and 2-1.
Lee had a homer and twn
singles in the first game and four
straight singles in the nightcap to
account for seven of Chicago's 17
hits during the doubleheader.
he homer, incidentally, was
Walls' 19th of the season, match,
ing his entire 9utpul for three
previous big league campaigns.
f I drink Tender Leaf Tea! 1
V intra i naming so cooling in tht heat ai a J
froety glatt of Iced Tandar Leaf Taa.
It haa that trua tea flavor I 1
oaMMMaBaBaeaeaMaMHaftk titin-iJI fctj v-
chairman of the New York com
Giants Get Past
To Build Stadium
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)- The
San Francisco Giants got past the
..ial bnrricr in their light ioi a
imme Monday when '.he Board of
ipervisors voted to build a new
''dium at Candlestick Point.
ly a vote ol 8-2, ihe supervisors
ve their approval to all the le le-Mlon
Mlon le-Mlon necessary to get construe construe-1
1 construe-1 underway, including an okay
leases an1 of a Fvo-miil:on-'af"
el y bond issue for buying
Candlestick Point property,
'hen finished, the new stadium
I be approximately five miles
n the center of town and will
it at leas 45,000 persons, 28.000
re than Seals Sttr.iium, whore
Giants now play.
T'" r, ;'" v''l hive snifee
for 12,000 cars ?nd is exoected to
be ready for the team next year.
tions, is a terrible libel
'Tl boxing thinks I can help wvk
out the plan I have outlined, I am
ready to serve."
Happened to .
HANK LE I BE R
By United Pre$ International
Hank Leiber, a slugging young
outfielder for the New York
Giants in Ihe spring of 1937, ap ap-parently
parently ap-parently was on his way toward
a great career when he firs met
young Bob Feller of the Indians
in a spring exhibition. A pitch
got away rom the Cleveland fire fire-halW
halW fire-halW and truek Hank in he
head. Leiber, who had hit .331 j
I.,,- (1... ri.n. 'TK tw.l rn
lui uie viiufl in uj unci i.
gained his sride in New York
and was peddled o he Cubs in
1939. Tha y.-ar he hi .310 and
followed wih .302 he nex ycr
bu slipped o .216 in 1941 and
was ou of he league aier 'HI..
Whatever happened to Hank
Leibtre Now 4S, Ihe old 'desert
Dmndcrbol who hailed from
Phoctib:, riz., has a prosperous
cattle ranch near Tucson.
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THE PAX A MA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEK
WEDNESDAY, JT7LT 18, 185t
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
l m aaw m v k
Hillman Husky 1956 top con condition,
dition, condition, radio, best offer. Call 2 2-1891,
1891, 2-1891, 2-1895 weekdays, 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nights and Sundays.
1955 Ford Victoria hardtop, pink
and white, radio, power steering;
2-1891, 2-1895 weekdays, 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nights and Sundays.
FOR SALE Two-tone 1955 Ford
V-8, 4-door, 9 passenger, station
wagon, 4 new tires, new battery,
undercoated, clean car, call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2789 or house 0817.
FOR SALE: 1947 Ford jalopy
$75. Taylor 2172-C Curundu.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Custom Custom-line
line Custom-line tudor V-8 w overdrive, ra radio,
dio, radio, futone blue and white e e-cellent
cellent e-cellent condition. Phone Ft. Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 4297.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick, 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, Super Dynaflow, ra radio,
dio, radio, white side walls, excellent
mechanical condition, duty paid.
Panama inspected, original own owner.
er. owner. Tel. Balboa 2376 office hours.
FOR SALE: 1956 English Ford,
excellent condition. $450. Navy
3122 see at 261 4-B Cocoli.
FOR SALE: 51 Kaiser standard
shif, $150.00. T sgt. Dan La
Grange Qrts. 335-A Albrook
after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Victoria
hardtop, four door sedan, radio,
w'lw, Thunderbird engine. $1, $1,-500.00.
500.00. $1,-500.00. Call 2-3364, or house
FOR SALE: Morris Minor 1951
price reasonable. Call 2-3147
after 5:00 p.m. Excellent eon eon-'
' eon-' dition.
I FOR SALE: 1951 Morris Minor
convertible, duty paid $250.00.
( Tel. 82-5282.
Chevrolet, Plymouth, Ford $9.-
95. All others $12.95. Free ins ins-V
V ins-V tallation. Tivoli Motors at Tivoli
Crossing. Tel. 2-4222.
FOR SALE: Ford two-door se se-"
" se-" dan, 1955. property of C. T. Mc Mc-'
' Mc-' Cormick, r., deceased, ear may
be inspected in the parking lot
of the District Courthouse, An Ancon,
con, Ancon, Canal Zone, Wednesday
through Friday, uly 16, 17 and
18, 1958 and Monday through
Thursday. July 21, 22, 23 and
24, 1958 from 9:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.rv Keys in possesion of
attendant in parking lot. It is not
duty paid. Bids will be accepted
through July 25, 1958 by mail
by the undersigned at the below
Terms cash. Sale to be confirmed
by United States District Court.
FOR SALE: Sport car 1955 Ford
Thunderbird R&H, wsw, naw
nylon top, overdrive, very clean.
Duty paid will trade. Tel. 2 2-2887.
2887. 2-2887. FOR SALE: 1949 Ford, good
condition, 4 door, sedan, $175.
23 16-A. Las Cruces, Balboa.
FOR SALE : 1956 MG-A sport
coupe convertible. Call Nevy
2201 before 3 p.m. and Navy
3732 after 8 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Paekkard, 4
eloor, ultramatic drive. Excellent
condition. 3 new tires, radio,
$400.00 or nearest. Phone Navy
375 or 3610.
LONDON, July 16 (UPI) -The
ftusic critic of the London Times
E raised tne Opera de Camera (ie
uenos Aires today "for (he. gra.iJ
comic turn'' of its opening night
presentation last nighi.
The eight-member compajjy pre
..nirl an nnrra Buff a t)V Cjalup-
pi and Gimarosa's II Maestro Di
Cappella as the opening double
bill of its week-long run in Lon-
The newspaper said thai the
performance of Crmarosa's parody
"is a grand comic turn hich a
jjiy concert goer would enjoy, and
in which any musician will find
ejiquisite and uproarious satire on
Ma own profession."
The main presentation of Ihe
evening was "II Filosofo Di Cam
pagna," which apparently influenc
ed Mozart in his writing of t osi
The company also will present
iHandel's "Apollo K Dafoe" wilh
Pergolesi's "La Serva I'adrona"
Bfsrl Telemann's 'Pimpinone" with
Hindemuth's 'Hin Und Zuruck."
Continue At Armed
" Bate classes continues tomor.
TOW at the USO.IWB Armed
Forces Service ( enter at 7:30 p.m.
This week's session will be de devoted
voted devoted to the design "Bird Cod
Jslotif;" or as an alternative "Hat
God" and the "Pelican Cods
Thj!,new (lass is working on a
perpetually swinging door system.
Mid prospective pal licipanls ma-,
gtil) filer the ias- any Thursday
FOR RENT: Well appointed
unfurnished two bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, maid's room, large terrace,
sociouj kitchen, elevator and
24 hours watchman service, also
suitable for office. Located at
Edificio Campo Alegre on Via
Espana across from Hotel El Pa Panama
nama Panama Hilton. Telephone 3-1409.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment one large bedroom, living living-room,
room, living-room, diningroom, large front
porch, dinette and kitchen, etc.
has stove, bed, refrigerator, etc.,
near Canal Zone, rent $75.00.
Phone 3-0763 or 2-0027.
FOR RENT: Furnished, one
bedroom modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 168 Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: Two Duplex apart
ments, one with furniture, Campo
Alegre. Tel. 2-2341.
FOR RENT: Best located small
furnished apartment. Clean and
independent. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Deluxe two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, 2 baths (one
with tub and shower). Large sit sitting
ting sitting and diningroom, kitchen,
maid t room and bath, adjoining
separate laundry section. Lovely
garden and putting green. At No.
374 "F" Street, El Cangrejo.
Phone 3-0319 during office
FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished, one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, kitchinette, across Ancon
bustop. 4 of July Ave. No. 17 17-18.
18. 17-18. Phone 2-2081.
FOR RENT: Apartments, op opposite
posite opposite "Centro Comercial" One
and two bedrooms, furnished and
unfurnished. Via Fernando da
Cordoba No. 15. Phone 2-2883
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartments
ments apartments at El Cangrejo, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
balcony, maid's room with bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, garage. Alberto Navarro
Street No. 48. Tell. 2-2883 or
FOR RENT: Apartments, cool,
quiet and attractive; one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living, dinette, etc.. with
or without furniture, on street
adjoining entrance to Hotel El
Panama-Hilton. Inquire Foto Hal Hal-con
con Hal-con in tame vicinity. Tel. 3-1 179
FOR RENT: In El Cangrejo.
Newly furnished one bed room
apartment with large dining, liv living
ing living room, kitchen, laundry, ga garage,
rage, garage, all screened. Call 3-7453.
Flood Waters Fall
In Illinois City,
Death Toll Rises
STREATOR, 111. (UPI) Record
flood waters fell, but the death
count rose to six yesterday in
Streator, a city stricken by twin
disasters of fire and water.
Within less than 24 hours, this
north central Illinois city of 20. 20.-000
000 20.-000 had battled a devastating ex ex-plosion
plosion ex-plosion in a downtown hardware
store and the worst Vermilion
River floods on record.
Two more persons died yesterday
of injuries received in the Wil.
Hams Hardware Store explosion
Monday, bringing the casualty
count to six dead and eight in.
firemen also recovered Ihe first
of three bodies trapped in the
burned out hulk of the four-story
building. The body of George
Blaine, 52, a clerk, was found on
the second story and was lowered
to the street by a crane. Til"
same crane wielded a 15-ton ball
which was smashing down the
walls of the building.
Earlier, a volunteer army of
2.500 won a battle of the levees
and Ihe Vermilion's Hood crest
failed to break through to threat,
ened public utilities.
From 400 to 500 persons were
slill being sheltered by the Red
Cross and neighbors, and damage
to 50 flooded homes, businesses,
and rich farmlands was not yet
Doctor To Adrress
Members Of Rotary
Dr. Edwin L. Crosby, author,
teacher and executive director of
Ihe American Hospital Associa.
lion, will address members of the
Panama Rotary ( hit at their 12:30
Thursday luncheon meeting at the
El Panama Hilton Hotel.
A widelv-known medical consult
ant, Crosby is in Panama as a
representative of Ihe Joint Comis.
sion On Accreditation Of Hospittals
While on the Isthmus he will sur survey
vey survey Santo Thomas Hospital in Pa Panama
nama Panama and Coco Solo Hospital in
the Canal Zone ofr initial accrdi accrdi-tation
tation accrdi-tation and will re. survey Corgas
Hospital for continued accredita.
He is the aulhor of numerous
articles in hospital management
and public hranli.
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OE OUR AGENTS OR OUR OKFICF.S AT 13 37 "H" STREET, PANAMA LIBRER1A PRKCIADO 7 Street No. 13 AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DE PUBLIC A( IONtS.No 3 Lollwy Flaw CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURUES PHARMACY 18i La tarmsquilla t ARM AC1A LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 26 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. & J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvoli No 4 a) FARMACIA EST ADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue a HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Fen. rie la Ossa Ave. No 41 FOTO DOMY Justo Arosemena Ave. anri 33 St a FAR-
Beside the Bella Vista Theatre.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS Occanside Cottages
Santa Clara R de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Largo
Beach House One mile past the
Casino Phone Balboa 1866.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
on beach. Phone Thompson,
FOR RENT: Commercial rocale
in Justo Arosemena Ave. No.
37-11. Opposite Cristo Rey
Church. Tel. 2-2341.
FOR RENT: Three months,
beautiful 3 -bedroom residence
in El Cangrejo completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. For information call 3 3-1
1 3-1 167.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
two bedroom living-diningroom,
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: Chalet three bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 baths, living-dining-room,
kitchen, garage, fenced
yard. Telephone 4-1241 good
FOR RENT: Furnished cool
room to bachelor, independent
entrance, Peru Ave. No. 91
Apto. No. 3.
By public auction. Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, July 19, 1958 at 10
a.m. in parking lot in the
rear of the Canal Zone
Credit Union building, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, Canal Zone.
VOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, callous callous-ses,
ses, callous-ses, tnzrmvn toe nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
J. Arosemena Aver 33-41
Inc. air fare transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
leave every Tues. and Frl.
Tel. Panama 2-1661
$ for J
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
155 Central Ave.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2 0552
ONLY 2.3 Lbs.
II Kill )..
YMCA SKIN DIVERS. We have
your choice ot equipment.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES CORP.
"J" St. t3A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
OUTFIT Quality Italian JunyLux
Gun, Fins and Mask $18 50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" St. 13A-30 Tel. 2-1905.
FOR SALE: Grand piano or will
trade for small Upright. 821 Cro Cro-ton
ton Cro-ton Street Balboa 2321.
FOR SALE: All household fur furniture,
niture, furniture, also '39 Ford, '51 Buick,
typewriter, adding machine,
inter-cam set, automatic rifle
and Ammo, movio camera, record
player, washing machine, vibrator
sander. After 6:00 p.m. 762-A.
FOR SALE: Iron safe 24x24x
32, metal 4 drawer file, dining
table. Call 599-L., Colon.
FOR SALE: 1958 AS 600 ce.
Good condition. Call Balboa
US Transfers Antarctic Base
To Argentina At End Of Year
WASHINGTON, JULY16 ( UPI)
The United States announced
today that it is turning over Ells,
worth Station, Antarctica, for op operation
eration operation to Argentina.
A joint announcement, made
by the United States and Argen.
Una, said that the arrangements
for the transfer "have no effect
on rights or claims asserted in
Antarctica." The joint announce announcement
ment announcement added:
"Each government maintains
its traditional position in regard
to such matters."
The two governments agreed to
cooperate in maintaining opera,
tions at tlw station in order that
the scientific Activities of the In International
ternational International Geophysical Year
might be continued without in.
The geophysical year ends De December
cember December 31, 1958.
The United States government
is contributing all the buildings
and facilities and all the supllies,
fuel and food remaining at Ihe
end of the geophysical year. The
government of Argentina for its
part has agreed to provide the
logistical and administrative serv services
ices services needed for the continued op.
eration of the station.
The joint announcement said:
"Scientists from both countries
will participate in the program of
Only Six Teams
Remain In PAAF
The number of teams remain remaining
ing remaining in the 1958 PAAF Company
Level Cage Tournament was cut
to six Tuesday with three days of
action remaining on the card be.
fore a champion will be crowned.
If Tuesday's first game the 534th
MP's from Fort Clayton squeeded
by thr Marine Barracks tram 60.
55 with Stan Christian canning 16
fcmarkers. M. S. Hohnson tallied 23
Ifor the losers.
f D Battery, 764th AAA Battalion.
pFort Amador, trampled tha AACS
team from Albrook 70.54 with bOD
Christopher and Ray Crawford
tallying 26 and 20 respectively for
the winners. Bill Agan was high
for the airmen with 21.
Tuesday night the 5700th Sup Support
port Support had a surprisingly time with
Fort Kobbe's Headquarter Com.
pany five as they rolled to a 68-15
win' Manny Lopez, Elwood Fire
ovid and Emmett Bryant (who
fouled out after three quarters)
tallied 13 ponts each. Lonnie
Stephenson played the final quart,
er renlacine Brvant and threw in
11 quick points. Ron Baxter had
13 for Headquarters company.
The nightcap encounter was a
real fine show of basketball. Fort
Clayton's champs the Hawks, em emerged
erged emerged victorious over Kobbe's
champs. B Company, 59-53. The
game leading 29-25 at half and the
seore tied 41-41 at the end of the
Dick Gleason sparked the
Hawks wilh 2 markers, right in
the final stanza. He hit 10 out of
10 free throws. Dick Hill tallied
28 for B Company.
Today games: 534 MP's vs B
Company; D Battery vs Head,
A Requiem Mast will be held
for the I ate J. T. Scott" and hi
wife, Mrs. Edith Scott, Saturday
morning at 7 o'clock in the San
Both Mr. and Mrs. Scott died
last year, h in August and she
FOR SALE: 5-piece Rattan set
livingroom. No American. Rea Reasonable.
sonable. Reasonable. Tel. 3-7387.
FOR SALE: One bamboo living
room set, and one bedroom set,
very cheap. Call at 3-1690.
FOR SALE: 3 pc. livingroom set
very good condition quartermaster
bed complete, moder overstuffed
chair, reclining chair, 8mm pro projector,
jector, projector, bedroom chair, 60 cycle
fans. Call Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALE: "Bargain'' living living-room
room living-room Phillipine bamboo set, six
pieces. One sofa, two armchairs,
center table, lamp table, one
bamboo lamp, good condition,
only $95.00. Tel. 3-0766 Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. FOR SALE: Dinette set, like
new, 2 mahogany dining chairs
Sextant (Husoxl. Phone Balboa,
FOR SALE: Mahogany furni furniture:
ture: furniture: 2 end tables, coffee table,
2 bed frames, dish, maple studio,
couch, Jr. set o golf clubs. Ve Venetian
netian Venetian blinds. Panama 3-4870.
technical studies, research and
scientific observations to be car.
ried on at Ellsworth Station.
"In harmony with the spirit
of the present agreement, scien.
tists from all countries may he
invited to participate in Ihe sci scientific
entific scientific activities on Ellsworth
Base, at any time, subject to the
limitations of space, Iranspor.
portation and accommodations.
Details of the joint arrange arrangement
ment arrangement are being worked out by of officials
ficials officials of the two governments.
The announcement concluded:
"The governments o: Argen Argentina
tina Argentina and the United States of A A-merica
merica A-merica jointly express their sat.
isfaction at this new manifestl manifestl-tion
tion manifestl-tion of the friendly spirit of co cooperation
operation cooperation which animates them,
and are confident that the prac practical
tical practical results of this agreement
will redound to the benefit of
Answer Questions On
Is the Pan-American road to the
U.S. a near eventuality? What's
the latest information on passage
through the Darien to South Am America?
erica? America? These and many other ques.
tions of interest to Isthmians whi
enjoy their travel by automobile
will be discussed at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center on
Monday, at 7:30 p.m. by a man
directly involved with the job at
Otis Imboden, photographer an
writer working with the Darien
Sub-Comittee, has been along on
innumerable explorations of the
highway running along the upper
and lower extremities of the side,
wise "S" shape that constitutes
At present Imboden's major
concern is the Darien G.ip be.
tween Panama and Colombia
which has been the bane of exist existence
ence existence during the past two years of
Imboden's talk, which will be
enhanced with films and color
slides of the highway, will center
around conditions of the Pan-American
highway between Panama
and the U.S. and the future pos
sibility of contact by car with Co.
Experience has shown that the
public is interested in road con.
ditons, construction progress, and
necessary preparations for the
trip. These questions will be in incorporated
corporated incorporated in Imboden's talk or
will be answered during the ques question
tion question and-answer period.
Knerr Art Exhibit
At JWB Center
An art exhibit by Saliie Frost
Knerr, whose work is shown in
cooperation with the Canal Zone
Art League, terminates at Ihe
USO-.JWB Armed Forces Service
Center on Saturday.
The watercolors, whicn have
been mist favorably receiaed, in include
clude include portraits, landscape. and
pseudo-snapshots. Among the out.
standing paintings for iewing
are "Donde Vive el Rev." "Chin,
ese Market," and three excellent
The Art Gallery is located at
the USO.JWB and is open daily
from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. 'oc service,
men, their dependents, and resid.
ents of the Canal Zone and Ihe
Republic of Panama and their
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fOR SALE: 14' new Runabout W.UT.
65" beam-made for water ski- WANTED: 3 or 4 bedrooms
in9 will sacrifice. Tel. 2-2887. alet Au9"t or Septem-
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rAne WANTED : Good cook with
Ug5 reference, most know how to
balance meals. Ave. Peru 37-20.
Boy Dachshund wants to meet girl WANTED: To buy three Wolks-
Dachshund. Object matrimony. wagen, CASH. Only Canal Zone.
Tel. Panama 3-5742 after 6:00 Will see after 5:00 p.m. Mr!
P m. Fonseca, Hotel Colon, Panama.
1 Phone 2-0770.
LeSSOLl WANTED: Cook with good re reference
ference reference for small family. Tele-
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Learn Spanish with Mrs. Ro Romero's
mero's Romero's practical conversational
Spanish lessons. Lessons morning,
afternoons, evenings. 4th of July
Ave. T 1 -352 No. 10. In front of
Coup In Iran
Causes Wide Break
On Stock Market
NEW YORK (UPI) Stock mar.
ket action focused on oils again
but it was the domestic oils
with gains ranging to 7 points
rather than the international oils
which had been hit hard by the
Middle East news.
Market reaction to the coup in
Iraq brought the widest break of
the year Monday, with the losses
extended in early dealings yester yesterday
day yesterday as U. S. Marines were land landed
ed landed in Lebanon.
There was a steady undertone
throughout the selling, nowever,
and this expanded into a real ral.
ly late in the day.
Along with the domestic oils, in international
ternational international oils made a good re.
covery although most closed at
least fractionally lower There
were strong spots in the steels,
chemicals, airerafts, tobaccos,
motors, nietals and in the rails
which ran- up to a new high for
(he year in their average.
Much of the decline on the Iraq
news was seen as prudent profit,
taking rather than scare selling.
A June gain in industrial produc productionsecond
tionsecond productionsecond monthly rise in a
row helped sentiment.
Volume soared to 3. 090.000
shares from 2,540,000 Monday.
First hour volume climbed to
850,000 shares as tickers ran late
twice once on the downside,
again with prices firming. Trad,
ing picked up again on the late
Royal Dutch, off ; Jersey
Standard, off Vi; Lorillard, off V4,
Shell Transport, unchanged, and
Getty Oil, off were the most
Losses among the international
oils ranged to 2 points in Gulf
but these were overshadowed by
the gains in domestic companies
many of them firms with leases
in Alaska. Richfield rose 7, Amer Amerada
ada Amerada 3, General American VA,
Cities Service lVa, Monterey IVh,
Pure Oil l'8, Anderson Prichard
In steels there were gains of 3i
to 1V4 points to U. S. Steel,
Youngstown Sheet & Tube, Arm Arm-co,
co, Arm-co, National and Allegheny Lud Lud-lum.
lum. Lud-lum. Chrysler shot up a point to
feature a firm motor group in
which General Motors was active.
Gains of more than a point in
Allied Chemical and Union Car.
bide offset, a V loss in Du Pont.
United ran up 2 and Cessna a
point in the airerafts.
Lorillard was a feature in to.
baccos, fluctuating widely through
the session. General Cigar soared
more than 2 points.
Rail gains ranged around a
point in Baltimore & Ohio, Ches.
apeake ft Ohio. Rock Island, Nor.
filk & Western, Southern Railway
IVi points in Illinois Central and
SPUTNIK AND- SPUTNIKETTES Russia's huge Sputnik III had four small companions
U placed in orbit with It on May 15, according to the Soviet newspaper Pravda Drawing
f bove based on a diagram published in the official paper, shows: (1) protective" nose cono
1 and shields, separated; (2) Sputnik III; (3) separated shields, attached to- (4) carrier rocket
Four objects were sighted over this country shortly after the satellite was launched The rocket
and Sputnik III are still being obncrvcd and arc now traveling about a half hour "apart But
j the nose cone and shields, being light and more susceptible to atmospheric friction mav al already
ready already hava) fallen,
hours. Avenida Peru No. 20.
L0ST: Male cat gray with white
ring around neck and white chest.
Answers when called "Prince".
Call 2-3785 if found
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FROM CAVES TO STARDOM From the gloomy little "cave"
bistros of Pans to Hollywood stardom seems the path being
followed by Juliette Greco. She's the onetime "Muse of St.
Germain" who became the goddess of France's postwar Existen Existentialist
tialist Existentialist youth. In those days she boasted of not combing her
hair for months. Now she's starring in "The Roots of Heaven,"
being made in Paris with Errol Flynn, Trevor Howard, Orson
(.Welles and Eddie Albert.
For Used Gear
At Fort Clayton
The Caribbean Army and FAir
Force Exchange Service announc announced
ed announced today that sealed bids will be
accepted up to 1 p.m. Friday, ofr
the used equipment and material
now on display in the Exchange
Maintenance Building, Nr. 135,
Bid blanks and information may
also be obtained at the Central
Exchange Of.'ices, Building 154,
Fort Clayton. Maj. Alvin E. Web Weber,
er, Weber, central exchange officer, an.
nounces that bids will be opened
promtly at 1 p.m. Friday.
Southern Pacific and more than
2 in Western Pacific.
Utilities were narrnwlv mixed
Of a total 1,174 issues traded,
483 were lower, 433 higher.
3 -minute car wash $1 steam
cleamnp of motor $5 waxing ot
cars $6 Auto Bano Trans-lsth
mian Hiqhwav near Sears
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 Agencias. Phone
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
HOME TV REPAIRS
$5.00 plus parts (local calls
only I No charge if not repaired
in your home. Phone 3-7607 U.
S. Television, Inc. 9:00 a.m. to
10:00 p.m. Till 6:00 p.m. Sa Saturdays.
turdays. Saturdays. TELEVISION SERVICE
No service charge
No minor charge
30 years in electronics
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Pan.ima 2-3142.
There may be times whert
money is no object, but it's al always
ways always an interesting subject.
STORM TOLL AT EIGHT
MANILA (UPI) -The death toll
in the wake of Typhoon Winnie,
which sideswiped t h e northern
Philippines yesterday has risen to
ei8ht- Damage was estimated at
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Chinese Reds Try
To Force US
To Resume Talks
TOKYO (UPI) The Chinese
Communists made a last-minute
attempt today to get the United
States to comply with their 15-day
ultimatum on resuming talks on
the release of Americans held in
Radio Peiping said that unless
an American negotiator ot ambas.
sadorial rank was named by to.
day night, then the ultimatum
expires. "The Chinese government
cannot but consider that the Unit United
ed United States has decided to break off
the Sino American ambassador,
The talks, which dealt with is.
in the Far East as well as with
cans still being detained by the
'Chinese Reds, have been suspend suspended
ed suspended for some time after dragging
along for years between U. S. and
Chinese Communist ambassadors
United States officials said on
Monday that they would ignore
ithe ultimatum but that later this
week they would make a proposal
for new talks.
1 Weather Or Not
: This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
fcnd Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
l (max. mph) N-18
RAIN (inches) .37
(inner harbors) 82
THURSDAY. JULY 17
3:55 a.m. 10:14 a.m.
4:07 p.m. 10:35 p.m.
JEAN SEBERG MYLENE DEMONS EOT
BOf WOUR. TRiSTESSE
Prohibited For Minors
NUMBER. PLEASE?-Postal clerk Earl Chew dials stamps
for a customer in the main office of the Pittsburgh, Pa., post
office. Called the "Stampmaster," the device speeds sales by
eliminating counting stamps. If three three-cent adhesives
are ordered. Chew dials three and the stamps pop up. The
six dials are set for stamps most frequently sold at the office.
In Zone Hospital
Mrs. Raquel Cajar, an employe
of the Inter-American Geodetic
Survey, died in Gorgas Hospital
at 1:15 Wednesday morning after
a long illness. She was 41 years
Mrs. Cajar. who lived on 5oth
Street in Bella Vista, is survived
by two daughters Rachel and Ir.
ma, three brothers, three sisters
and a mother, all of whom live
in Panama City.
Funeral services will be held at
8 o'clock Thursday morning in the
Sacred Heart Chapel in Ancon.
The Rev. Michael J. Wye. will
conduct the funeral services and
interment will take place shortly
afterwards at Corozal Cemetery.
Shows: 1:30 3:05 -4:50
- 6:55 9:00 p.m.
KERR DAVID NIVEN
Under 18 Years Old
Wave Of Robberies
WASHINGTON (UPl)-A "tre.
mendous wave" of bank robberies
broke all-time records during the
past 12 months, FBI Director J,
Edgar Hoover revealed today.
Hoover said the 631 violations
of the federal bank robbery law
during fiscal 1958 were reminis
cent of the gangster era of the
Not since 1932 when there were
606 violations against banks has
there been "such a tremendous
wave" of this type of crime,
Irmt-vlltr . .fit
competing for Jttei
Iht fabvhmt Riviera. ;
pfattMra and trmr on
(Continued from Page 1)
"Abiding cooperation in our
troubled worl dalso requires ad adherence
herence adherence to the policy of mutual
"In this respect, too, our na nations
tions nations are firm partners, a fact
which is obviously of transcend transcendent
ent transcendent Importance to the entire
"Finally, good relations re require
quire require adherence to common
goals the goals of independ independence,
ence, independence, democratic freedom, ris rising
ing rising levels of human well-being,
human dignity, and mutuality
in human relations.
"Panama and the Cnited
States adhere to the convic conviction
tion conviction that the attainment of
such goals is the primary
function of organized society
and, thus, bound in common
mirnose. our two nations
should confidently progress
together, resolving such dif difficulties
ficulties difficulties as may from time
to time arise in our intimate
At Tocumen farewell the Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower party this morning
were teams from the US Em Embassy,
bassy, Embassy, headed by ambassador
Julian F, Harrington, and the
government of Panama, head headed
ed headed bv foreign minister Moreno
Along with Moreno were
treasury minister Fernando Me
ta, Presidential aide Inocenclo
Galindo, Panama's ambassador
to Washington, Ricardo M
(Dicky) Arias; deputy foreign
minister Mariano Oteiza and
chief of protocol Camilo Levy
With Harrington were Coun Counsellor
sellor Counsellor of Embassy R. Austin
Acly, second secretary Duncan
Mackay, public affairs officer
George W. Edman and Point
Four director in Panama, Ralph
The Smart National Guard
squad which had escorted
Eisenhower from the Embas
sy residence at La Cresta to
the airport lined up at the
foot of the airplane steps and
Eisenhower shook hands with
each of them.
The flight to Tegucigalpa
was scheduled for about three
The top-drawer fishing party
returned from Panama Bav
early this morning, after near
ly 18 hours of fishing and talk talking
ing talking aboard Panama Canal craft.
How the discussions went re remains
mains remains secret, but fishing honors
went to assistant treasury sec secretary
retary secretary Tom B. Coughram: Dr.
Palmer Futcher of the Johns
Hopkins University school of
medicine, who Is along on the
trip as Eisenhower's personal
physician, and Canal Zone
health dircetor Col. Charles O.
Bruce. Each of them landed a
Eisenhower cot three sailfish
strikes, but they all got away.
ne Deaieci a bj-pound dolphin,
and two smaller dolphin.
President de la Guardia also
did well with dolphin.
TODAY CENTRAL TODAY
- WEEKEND RELEASE!
1:10 2:57 4:58
is the story of, a
by love and fear!
i Nfraofvcnw j
Presents 2nd '58
Prof. HENRY ROSEN
The National Symphonn Orches.
tra of Panama, under the, direc direction
tion direction of Prof. Herbert de 'Castro,
will present its second concert of
1958 season next monday, at 8:15
The soloist will be cellist Henry
Rosen, who will play the First
Concerto for Violoncello and Or Orchestra,
chestra, Orchestra, by Camille Saint.Sanes.
Other numbers on the program
will be the Symphonic Movement
by Roque Cordero, the Panaman.
ian composer, and Anton
Dvorak's New Vorld Symphony.
Reservations may be made at
the Department of Fine Arts,
Ministry of Education, Telephone
2.0258 and the ticket office will
be opened at the National Theatre
Telephone 2-2302, next Monday at i
Rosen is a graduate at the Con.
servatore of Athens, (Greece) pu.
pil of Prof. Rudolf Geudenberger.
e took one year of higher studies
in the Deutsche Musik Akademe
under Prof. MHoriti Franck, Pra Prague,
gue, Prague, Czechoslovakia, an later at
Paris, under Prof. Feullard
For many years he taught cello,
in the Middle.East at the "Conser "Conser-vatore
vatore "Conser-vatore National" of Beirut, Leban Lebanon,
on, Lebanon, and in the Institute of Music
of the American University in
Beirut and performed as soloist
and member of the ensemble of
chamber Music and Symphony
At present he Is Professor of
cello and chamber music, at the
Instituto National de Musica here
and is a member of the National
CAUTION AGAINST TRAVEL
WASHINGTON (UPI) -The
State Department today ad advised
vised advised American citizens not to
travel in the troubled Middle
East, particularly Lebanon and
Iraq, unless it was absolutely
6:59 9:00 P.M.
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Goldfine Refuses' To Answer Queries
About Finances; New Evidence Cited
WASHINGTON (UPI Textile
tycodn Bernard Goldfine said
today at chief White House
Assistant Sherman Adams onc
took him to President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's table "to say hello" during
a luncheon at the Executive
The millionaire cloth and real
estate magnate said he had been
to the White House a number of
times in this administration but
was "not quite sure" whether he
had visited there when Harry S.
Truman was President.
Period Of Prayer
Called For By Pope
In New Encyclical
VATICAN CITY (UPI) Pope
Pius XII, in an encyclical to Ro Roman
man Roman Catholic bishops, today
called a nine-day period of world,
wide prayers for an end to church
persecution behind the Iron Cur.
The Pontiff asked the bishops to
call the special novena of prayers
for church freedom before the
Aug. 15 feast day of the Assunip
tion of the Virgin Mary. The La.
tin-language encyclical will be
known in church annals by its op opening
ening opening words: Meminisse Juvat (II
is well to remember).
In the encyclical, the Pope said
history shows that eventually "all
persecutors of the church have
faded away like shadows."
He asked the world's bishops to
see that Roman Catholics "as
numerous and supplicant as possi possible"
ble" possible" flock to their churches for
the prayers from Aug. 6 to 14.
The Pope said that disregard
for religion was the reason why
the world was still plagued by
"threateningly erupting" discord
and menaced by "frightful weap weapons"
ons" weapons" which could "plunge into
universal estermination all of
Vatican sources said the Pontiff
wrote the encyclical before the
eruption of the current Middle
The reoson time works wonders j
Is that time works 24 hours o doy. i
telfeK? she had to face
he consequences .
and the woman whose 1
man she d stolen I I
"But I think I did' ho .AAA
in a chatty session with newsmen
which followed his sixth round of
testimony before a House subcora
mittee. The group is investigating
rharpec that flrAfintk'a ... w
O "uiuinit o 1U1IJS gUL
favored treatment from federal
agencies because o; his gift.mark.
ed friendship with Adams.'
Chairman Oren Harris (D.Ark.)
summoned Goldfine to attend a
secret eommittpp meotino nlt.it
public hearing at which the wit
ness stucn io nis reiusai to an answer
swer answer 22 questions, on his finances
despite a threat of contempt pros prosecution.
ecution. prosecution. Goldfine. his aides and attornevs
left the closed-door session less
than an hour after it began
"No comment, no comment
gentlemen, the industrialist told
waiting newsmen. But he said he
definitely would resume his testi testimony
mony testimony before the subcommittee at
10 a.m. today.
Goldfine firmly rejected ques questions
tions questions about his finances despite
the contention of the influence in investigators
vestigators investigators that the queries were
pertinent to the inquiry.
Instead, Gold ine read into the
record a demand by his attorney,
Samuel P. Sears of Boston, for
Cook Who Slabbed
Chief Steward Geb
Samuel Hendricks, American
sea. cook found guilty on Saturday
of assaulting his chief steward
with a deadly weapon, was sen.
fenced to six years in the penit penitentiary
entiary penitentiary by by Judge Guthrie F.
Hendricks, who fainted when the
guilty verdict was pronounced by
the jury at Cristobal Disict
Court heard the sentence with ap apparent
parent apparent calm.
District Attorney Rowland K.
Hazard had earlier recommended
a sentence of eight years.
Hendricks stabbed fellow.Amer fellow.Amer-iean
iean fellow.Amer-iean William Lasky while their
ship, the United Fruit Company's
Metapan was docked at Cristobal,
causing severe injuries tfhten now
have Lasky in the U.S. uidefKfln
A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE
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wK c tory- a woman to eep ,n iQve
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.the subcommittee to halt its hear
ings until a federal court couU
rule on whether the oiwstinnt
were pertinent. The subcommittee
rejected mis request.
Harris declined to say prior tl
me tiuaeu uour svsmuu wneint,
the influence investigators woulj
move to cite lioianne lor coo
tpmnt nff l.nnf7roce
One of the 11 subcommitte)
members said the session woull
deal not only with contempt mies,
tion but also with matters mori
sensational than those alread;
brought out in public testimony.
There was an authoritative re
port the subcommittee was Innle
ing into a possible connection be,
i ween Aaams and a uetense De
partment contract held at oni
ume by uoidfme.
It also was learned mat federal
Internal Revenue Service agenti
were conducting a new investiga
tion of Goldfine's 4ax returns foi
some of the ware hp uac navin
hotel bills and buvincr eiftc ,"nl
Adams and other public officials
iioianne nas admitted claiminj
thouch he has- insisted the nreo
ents were personal. Such deduo
lions are not Dermitteri nn ee
there is a hope of business gain
Breamns tne silence whu't
marked his fifth appearance Fri
day, troldttne told the subcommit,
tee mat Adams was simply paw
ine "sneial eall" when thev mol
at a hotel here May 10, 1955, whilj
boldline was in trouble with fed,
This testimony conflicted witH
that rF Rnctnn finariniiT Tnhn TTw
who swore Goldfine told him ai
the hotel session that Adams wal
going to "take care" of the indus-.
triansi s ianric mislabeling trout
bles with the Federal Trade Corm
mission. Adams has denied this.
Contest To Open
LONG BEACH. Calif. (UPI) -t
The seventh annual Miss Universe
Beauty Pageant made final plan!
today for the fame and fortune ,1
contest wmcn opens tomorrow.
The an nnnfeetanta fmm mm
" ..un jiuiii,,, "win inn ua,
tions, 45 states and the District o)
Columbia Will cnninete for nrirei
vsltied at ; 150.W0, according t
uscar Meinnsrm, executive pro
aucer oi tne event, y. a
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