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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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U.S.

Single Wage Bill
May Go To Courts
.
The United States Citizens Association of the Canal Zone is
thinking of challenging the constitutionality of the Single Wage
Scale Bill in the courts, a spokesman stated today.
Tn courts would be asked to determine whether the bill con conforms
forms conforms to the 19SS Remon-Eisenhower Treaty, and its accompany accompanying
ing accompanying Memorandum of Understandings, as they were approved by
the Senate, or whether the bill is "an executive and legislative
hodgepodge passed in an attempt to establish the complete auto autocracy
cracy autocracy of the local administration over all matters portaining to
Wages and employment in the Canal Zone, and at the same time
to meet international obligations at a crucial time in world affairs."

The spokesman indicated the de decision
cision decision on whether to test the bill
in the courts will depend on how
it is implemented administratively.
He declared the USCA to be
pleased by the passage of legisla legislation
tion legislation extending Civil Service reLre
meat benefits to local Rater.
The association is especially
pleased, he went on, that the in intent
tent intent cif the legislation makes
certain non Panamanian Local
Raters eligible for the benefits
lie, "employes who have con contributed
tributed contributed many years of faithful
service to the United States and
the Panama Canal."
As r. that portion of the bill
dealing ith the single wage po.
licv. the sDokesman stated: "The
USCA h consistently opposed
that portion of the mil in us pro
posed and present from. It is felt
that it does ot conform with eith eith-irltte
irltte eith-irltte letteior the spirit of the
treaty iftsofa as basic wage po policy
licy policy end 'egufl pay for equal work
concerned.
the USCA
director, a Tmaetir
Diablo elubtwuse Sunday,
ta tiioncrt the Pacific
CeWiell In Its request that
Roosevelt Contennial eomm
i.
Cuban Rebels Decide
To Free Americans
At Four A Day Rale
GUANTANAMO BAY Cuba
(UPI) Four additional American
servicemen were released
yesterday by Cuban rebels whn
kidnaoed 29 of them on June 28.
An official announcement at the
U. S. naval base here said one
Marine and three sailors were
brought out by helicopter which
landed at the base at :w p m.
Two Marines and five sailors
Vre released Tuesday.
The men freed yesterday wre
listed as Marine Pfc Hal C. W'or-
ral, Marysvill, Ind., Yeoman
Michael P. McArdle, New York,
N.Y., Seaman Lawrence E. Jam.
ison, Bradford, Pa., Seaman An An-'
' An-' glo Mazocos, Bronx, N.Y.'
Jamison told Navy officials that
the rebels planned to release only
four men daily from now on.
Thete was no official reason for
the piecemeal release of the Am Americans.
ericans. Americans. The Navy has two heli.
copters capable of making a min minimum
imum minimum of two flights daily to pick
up the remaining U.S. captives.
Under the slow-motion proce procedure
dure procedure set-uti by the rebels, the Am
erican aircraft must fly to a pre pre-arranged
arranged pre-arranged spot in the mountains,
some 40 miles northeast of Guan-
tanamo, to pick up the men.
Base officials said the two Ma
rines and five sailors returned
Tuesday appeared in good health
and high spirits. All nad raised
beards during their 18-day captiv captivity.
ity. captivity. For Heaven's Sake
'I Sneeze, Man
Is Warned By Doctors
LONDON, (UPI)- Henry Kings
land has been warned by his doc
, tors if he sneezes within the n-xt
two weeks his left eye will bal
loon out like a tennis ball agaiii.
Kingsland's troubles began when
he fell off his bicycle and bumped
hit nose. Doctors found he nan
cracked a tiny bone at the op
of the nose, which blocked the
nostril and deflected air into his
eye. When he blew his nose or
sneezed, the eye ballooned.
Kingsland, 51, showed yesterday
that he was on the road to re recovery
covery recovery by gently blowing his nose
for an audience of doctors.
He smiled broadly and said,
"It's a bit painful but not so
bad."
"Now for heaven's sake, don't
sneeze," he was warned hastily
ay one of the doctors.

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Don

Not

Invite Rep. Daniel J. Flood ID-
Pa.) to be the main speaker at
the Roosevelt centennial ceremo ceremo-niesto
niesto ceremo-niesto be held in the Canal Zone
this fall.
USCA president Winter Collins.
announcing that he would not be
a candidate for re election, ap appointed
pointed appointed a committee to seek can.
didates for the various offices in
the association.
The board will meet again at
the Diablo clubhouse 3 p.m. Sun.
day to elect new officers. Non
members of the association may
pay' their dues at this meeting.
Hauke Firm Submits
Low Bid For Zone
CD Control Center
An apparent low bid of, $6.8
Was entered by E. o. Hauke Con
struction Co.. of Colon, on I hp rim.
atf.-lW ?NJ- deW3
control renter to Be located ttvflie
ration- wuiiams. ai uaiooa
The lads were opened
rday afternoon at Balboa
HpiPhts.
Other bids ranging from $7,513
to, S8 06 were offered hv Olvlno
and Roquer, Diaz and Guardia, S.
A., and hp P'Hon and Hickman
Construction Co.
The room, which is being plan,
ned for the headquarters of the
Civil Defense activities on the Pa
cific side, is being designed so that
it can be occupied for several days
if necessary. It will be air condi conditioned,
tioned, conditioned, will contain the latest
types of communications equip
ment, have its own water and
power supply, telephone mays
with map, plotting, and status
boards.
In addition to architectural al
terations, the contractor will be
required to install floor tile, a a-coustical
coustical a-coustical tile, cabinets, work count counters,
ers, counters, tables, chalkboard, mayboard
and folding doors.
Argentine Police
Disperse Mob Of 300
At US Embassy
WASHINGTON, July 17 (UPI)-
The State Department was study
ing reports today of a mob attack-
last night against the United
States embassy in Buenos Aires.
Officials said that two large
windows were smashed but that
no United States personnel was in
juried.
It appeared unlikely that the
U.S. government would protest
last night's riot, mainly because
of the quick' and decisive action
by the Argentina police in disptrs
ing a mob estimated at about 300
persons which had gathered in
front of the embassy.
The Department was notified of
the attack in a cable from the U.S.
ambassador from Argentina, All
Hard Beaulac. The reasons for the
demonstrations was not immediate
iy known but officials speculated
that it may have been in opposi.
tion to the United States interven intervention
tion intervention in Lebanon.

Chain Letter Warning Gives Wrong
Impression To Payroll Bond Buyer

The warning Issued this week against chain letters has
apparently been misinterpreted by some Canal Zone residents,
it was learned yesterday.
One Canal employe ordered the cancellation of his stand standing
ing standing payroll deduction for bonds beesnse he thought matting
bonds was a violation of postal regulations and another asked
postal authorities whether he would be able to mail golf hells.
The mailing of government bonds -r or golf balls is not
prohibited. Postal authorities explained, except when this Is
done in the furtherance of chain letter schemes violating
postal statutes. k
Approximately 3000 government bondf sjre mailed each
month to Canal employes who are buying them through the
payroll deduction plan. This Is not e violation of postal regula regulations
tions regulations and will be continued. ....
Postal authorities have no idea how many golf bells, or
cartons of golf balls, ere mailed regularly here. Like the bonds,
golf balls may be mailed as long as they are not connected In
anyway With an illegal chain letter scheme.

Going
.

Canal Board
Agrees To New
Pay For Pilots
Plans for a new pay scale far
Panama Canal pilots were discuss discussed
ed discussed at the meeting of the Panama
Canal Company's board of duet
tors, held last Saturday in Wash
ington, it was announced yester yesterday
day yesterday at Balboa Heights.
Although approval of the Board
is not needed, the pay scale wa.s
discussed and the board agreed
with the general concept of tbe
new plan.
The pay scale for the pilots is
retroactive to April 29. It will be
reflected in checks for the pay
period beginning July 13. In art.
dition to providing for pay in.
creases ranging between 2.5 and
10 per cent, the scale creates a
new rating, that of senior pilot.
This special rating will not be de determined
termined determined by longevity. It will be
granted to a number of pilots,
not to exceed 20 per cent of the
pilot force, "who have demonstrat demonstrated
ed demonstrated special capability in their
handling of unusually difficult work
assignments The senior pilots
will be selected annually by a
board.
At the Saturday meeting, which
was attended by all of the direc directors,
tors, directors, together with Secretary of
the Army Wilber iBrucker, stock stockholder
holder stockholder for the company, and as assistant
sistant assistant Secretary of the Army
George H. Roderick, chairman of
the board, the group also:
Approved the Budget and: Fi
nance Committee's program for
fiscal year 1980 MA. ..
SrhtfC pJaat to- ntoderhfte
Ko? .oirtt House caning.
ditties and to air condition
Frh Boom at the Tivoli. In
connection, the board of directors
was highly complimentary of the
work done during the past year
in making the Tivoli into a club,
house for company government
employes, adding that they consi considered
dered considered that the Sunday night buf buffets
fets buffets and the improved atmosphere
for small get-togethers provides a
vital service for the Canal Zone."
Airman In Court
On Two Charges
Of Drunk Driving
A U.S. Airman stationed at Al-
brook appeared at Balboa Magis
trates Court today on two cnarges
of drunken driving.
After being charged with one
case, he was released on bail, but
four days later, before the first
case had been heard, he was
again picked up by Canal Zane
police for the same offnse.
The airman, William T. Cox,
pleaded not guilty to both charges
today and Judge John E. Deimng
took the cases under advisement
until tomorrow.
Police evidence was that Cox
was stopped on July 11 on Fourth
of July Avenue when a rear wheel
of his car ran over a euro or. a
traffic light stand. Taken to Bal
boa Police headquarters", he laued
a sobriety test.
On Tuesday evening Police Sgt.
James Marchup saw a car go into
the exit of a parking lot near Bal
boa railway station with a Uai
tire and the gears "screaming
On getting out of the car at
Marchup's request he is reported
to have swayed in a circirar
manner around a central point".
He was again taken to Balhos
Police headquarters, refused a
blood alcohol test and again fail
ed a sobriety test, but was very
courteous, police said. Cox told
the court that on the first occasion
he had drunk only two can? of
beer durmg the evening and on
the second occasion a finger oi
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2000 March
OnUSEmbassy
In Moscow
(
MOSCOW, July i7 (UPI)-About
2000 protesting Russians march marched
ed marched on the U.S. embassy today de demanding
manding demanding that the United States
get out of Lebanon.
One hundred Soviet policemen
heia tbe crowd back.
The demonstration followed an
announcement in the Soviet
press That the Soviet air, land
and naval forces in the areas
bordering Turkey and Iran be
gin training maneuers tomorrow.
lhe demonstration started with
a crowd of several hundred, most
ly youths, shouting "Hands off the
Lebanon shame an American coi
onialism."
Bv the time it got fully under
way about 1500 more had joned
in.
The demonstration called for
U.S. ambassador Llewellyn
Thompson to com out of the
10 story embassy building and
explain the U.S. "aggression" in
Lebanon.
But the front gate of the em
bassy compoud was locked and
Thompson and his staff continued
work inside. A few watched from
upper windows.
The crowd was smaller than that
which demonstrated at the embas embassy
sy embassy June 2 in reprisal for demons demonstrations
trations demonstrations by exiled Hungarians at
the headquarters of the Soviet
UN mission in New York follow following,
ing, following, the execution of Imre Nagy.
WAS...
Eleven new employes Including,
five apprentices, joined the Canal
organiiation during the last wo
weeks in June, according to in information
formation information received from the Per
soni 'l Bureau.
Dr. Ben h, Hull, new chief of the
Orthopedic Section, is the one em
ploye from the United States. He
is a native of Peru, mo.
Employes hired locally and their
jobs are Charles E. DeTore, ap
prentice in the Industrial Division;
Julio E. Hurtado, civil engineer in
the Engineering Division; Dr. He.
len T. Klevickfs, medical officer
at Coco Solo: William C. Lawr
ence, apprentice in the Electrical
Division: Clarence E. Reniks, ap
prentice m tne inausiriai division
Phyllis J. Szymanski, clerk.steno-
grapher in the office of the comp
troller; and Lance L. Terrell, ap
nrentice in the Electrical Division
New employes, who worked
previously for the Canal organiza
tion, are Jojm iB. Corliss, Jr., wire
man in the Electrical Division
and Carl. R. Meissner, apprentice
in the Maintenance Division.
200 Stranded
In Brussels
As Show Folds
BRUSSELS (UPI) An Ameri
can Wild West and rodeo show
which has been playing near the
world fair for a month has folded
leaving 290 cowboys, cowgirls ai.d
Sioux Indians stranded and al almost
most almost penniless.
Throughout the morning the
rodeo players flocked to the
American embassy here with 'e 'e-auests
auests 'e-auests for repatriation to the
United States at State Department
exoense.
The consular section sent an
urgent cable to Washington ask asking
ing asking authorization to hire two
planes to fly the stranded show
people home.
Belgian nolice impounded near
lv two hundred
head of stocK
was dipped over from the
nates at ine requesi oi me snow
more than $400,000 in the red.
Assassinated
BEIRUT July 17 (UP1
Vis Wmm II of Iraq, report on
slain by an assassin as rebels
overthrew his kingdom on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, left no heir to his toppled
thfone.
The 23year-old monarch, a king
since his fourth birthday, h a d
planned e married within a
few months to a 17.year.old Iraqi
princess, who is safe in school ia
England.
Nor, apparently, did he leave
anyone influential within hU oil oil-rich
rich oil-rich nation to carry on his staunch
friendship with Britain, which had
given him his throne, and her
Western allies.
Feisal. like his cousin Hussein,

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On

British

To Aid

WASHINGTON, July 17 (UPI) The United Slates showed no indication today of going
on a War footing despite moves of military force? to the Middle East.
Pentagon officials said there were no immediate plans to call up reserve force?, increase
the draft or curtail normal military maneuvers. The situation could change if conditions worsen worsened
ed worsened in the Middle East.
Actions of the past three days in the Middle East crisis came in rapidf ire order and apparently created con concern
cern concern in this nation and abroad that the United States was moving toward a wartime basis.
But high military officials said today this was not the case. Many preparations associated With wartime exi exigencies
gencies exigencies were not being taken at all. i
The Defense Department said there was no plan to increase draft calls for the Army the only service us?

ing the draft beyond the

Meanwhile Britain airlifted in strong forces of para

troopers today to join the

expanding Middle Eastern peace cordon.
Beverly and Hastings transport planes of the Royal
Air Fore zoomed across from Cyprus in immediate answer
to a plea for help from King Hussein, 22-year-old ruler
in fact of Jordan and in theory of revolt-torn Iraq.
BareMjfifr hours after United States parities answered
a ijmnluiij 'rieij
trooper of Britain's crack p?ratr0f r1gf1Nw)k off

from Nicosia airport In Cyprus.

It was lust a year to the
month after the final Bruasn
troops evacuated joraan ioiw ioiw-inr
inr ioiw-inr ohrrwration of the old Anglo-
Jordanian military alliance.
Today they new uie jw mu
back to Amman in an an mi,
that began at dawn from Nico Nicosia.
sia. Nicosia. The route took R.A.F. trans transports
ports transports over a corner of Israel,
thence across the River Jordan
to Hussein's kingdom.
Meanwhile Prime Minister
Harold Macmillan ttild Parlia Parliament
ment Parliament today that Hussein ask asked
ed asked i-v British military aid be because
cause because he feared "an imminent
attempt by the United Arab
Republic" to overthrow him
im (hp natter n of Iraq.
Macmillan said Britain's own
intelligence reports showed
Hussein's fears were "well
founded and that an attempt
was to have taicen piace io
day."
He said this prompted
Britain to comply immediate immediately
ly immediately with the Jordanian request
"and British forces have been
sent by air to Jordan from
Cvnrus."
Macmillan told the House of
Commons that the Jordanian
request was received "within
minutes" after the end of last
night's debate in the Commons
nn the Middle East.
It was relayed to London
through the British ambasasdor
in Amman.
"In making this request, the
King and Prime Minister of
Jordan said that Jordan was
faced with an imminent at attempt
tempt attempt by the United Arab Re Republic
public Republic to create internal disor disorder
der disorder and to overthrow the pre present
sent present regime on the pattern of
recent events in Iraq," Macmil Macmillan
lan Macmillan said.
"They went on to say that
Jordan territory and integlrty
were threatened by a movement
of Syrian forces on the frontier
and infiltration of arms toward
it.
"From our own sources we
had received up-to-date in intelligence
telligence intelligence which clearly show showed
ed showed that the apprehensions of
the Jordan government were
well founded and that an at-

King Feisal Of Iraq Leaves

kin8 of Jordan, was a descendant
of the Hashemite dynasty which
traces its lineage to Fatima. the
daughter of Mohammed. The fam family
ily family was driven from Saudi Arabia
during World War I and the Brit,
ish set Feisal's grandfather on the
throne of Iraq, then a British
mandate, after the war,
Feisal's father, Ghazi. succeed succeeded
ed succeeded to the throne in 1033. His son
was born May 2, 1935. Ghazi was
killed in an auto accident just be
fore young Feisal's fourth birth
day, and the child became king in
name. His uncle, Crown Prince
Abdul Illah, reported slain at his
side on Monday, ruled as regent
until Feisal's 18th birthday, in
1953, when he assumed his royal

War

Paratroopers Fl

Of Jordan's

present 10,000 a month scheduled through August.

United States in a swiftly-
tempt was to have taken
place today."
British foreign secretary Sel-
wyn Lloyd arrived in New York
todav on his way to Washing
ton for urgent talks wrth Pres
ident Elsenhower ond Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles on
the Middle East crisis.
When he stepped off the
plane, newsmen asked whether
events of the last two days
would lead to a third world
war. He said he could only re refer
fer refer to his statement yesterday
In the House of Commons in
which he referred to "this cri critical
tical critical situation."
The rebel Iraqi government
todav formally informed the
secretariat of the Arab League
of the July 14 coup d'etat.
The formal announcement, it
was renorted. said the new gov government
ernment government was a reoublic. which
replaces the abolished monar monarchy.
chy. monarchy. At the same time, the news news-Daper
Daper news-Daper Al Ah ram reported that
the new government has seal sealed
ed sealed the doors of the Baghdad
Pact offices in Baghdad.
It added that the government
is planning to study documents
as a means of investigating
plots which the nact members
might have contemplated a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst the Arab nations.
The newspaper said the gov government
ernment government had arrested three
Jordanian members of the dis dissolved
solved dissolved Hashemite union cabinet.
It identified them as Ibrahlmx
Hashem, Sollmon Toukan and
Khloussy Khalry.
They also arrested Brig. Sa Sa-dek
dek Sa-dek El Sherta, deputy com commander
mander commander of the Jordanian army.
All four were in Baghdad
when the army staged the coup
United Arab Republic Pres President
ident President Gamal Ahdel Nasser de declared
clared declared last night that any ag aggression
gression aggression against the newly newly-formed
formed newly-formed Iraqi republic would
be considered aggression a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the U.A.R.
(Continued on Page 12)
powers.
The young King was small and
shy, but in contrast to many of
his fellow oil.rich monarchs of
Arabia, he strove to improve the
lot of his poor and backward peo.
pie and won great popularity
among them.
Feisal was educated at Eng England's
land's England's famed public (private)
school. Harrow, and Was noted as
a student on history and a master
of the English, French and Turk Turkish
ish Turkish languages.
Bright and friendly despite his
shvness. he travelled extensively
throughout the middle East and
Europe and visited the United
States ia 1952 as the official guest

Footin

Congressional Leaders, Officials
Believe Russia Will Not Risk War

WASHINGTON 17 (UPI)
Arfwim-, ofliels arid Cm Cm-gressloiUlr
gressloiUlr Cm-gressloiUlr Haiders said today
they did not believe Russia
would risk general war Map the
Middle ist to counter Ameri American
can American intervention in Lebanon.
They voiced this view de despite
spite despite a Soviet warning that,
Rus.su reserves for itself the
right take the necessary
measures to protect fteace
and security."
The White House sate the
Soviet note, demandiaf that
U.8. Marines get out of Leb Lebanon
anon Lebanon "at once," had not yet
reached here. Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei Gromyko hand handed'
ed' handed' th$ 1000 word message to
U.S. ambas s a d o r Llewellyn
Thompson in Moscow vesterday
The.lState Department declin declined
ed declined eojrjrnent on the implied
threat of armed Russian Inter Intervention
vention Intervention In the Middle East.
Undefcsec r e t a r y of State
Christian A. Herter was asked

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KINO HUSSEIN (left) of Jordan who today asked for British
troops to save his throne from the fate of his cousin King Fei Fei-sal
sal Fei-sal of Iraq (right), slain In his palace In a pro-Nasser coup
d'etat Monday. The two monarchs are shown here as they con congratulated
gratulated congratulated each other after signing a pact uniting their two
countries in an Arab Federation.

No Heir To Toppled Throne

of President Truman.
Less, of a ladies man than his
cousin! Hussein, Feisal excelled at
sports hunting, skiing, mountain
climbing, sailing, boxing and
wrestling and was an avid pho.
tograpner.
He hid selected pretty 17-year-old
Princess Fazilet to become his
queen and recently planned to
travel to meet her in England at
the close of her school year.
Felsil was the West's staunch,
est al& in the Arab Middle East
and had linked his country with
the Western Baghdad Pact despite
the bitter recrimination of Egypt
and Syria. When those- two nations
formed the United Arab Republic,

;
about the mattetWten he gavt
the House Foreign Affairs Com Committee"'."
mittee"'." Committee"'." closed-door brieflnj
on the Lebanese situation.
"There have been rumors
that they would send volun volunteers,
teers, volunteers, others have predicted
they would send troops," he
said. "I'd rather not com comment."
ment." comment." Acting committee chairmai
Thomas S. Morgan (D-Pa.) dis
missed the Soviet threat ai
propaganda.
"I don't think they're readj
for a major war," he said.
Senate GOP Leader Willtart
F. KnOwland, Calif., said thl
possibility of Soviet interven interven-tifcn
tifcn interven-tifcn was not brought up a
President Eisenhower's weeklf
meeting with Republican con con-gresslonal
gresslonal con-gresslonal leaders.
(Continued on Page 12)
Feisal and Hussein joined the!
nations in the rival Arab Union
with Feisal as senior monarcl
Hussein as announced assumn
tion of that' power in the federal
tion since the Iraqi coup.
Although the Iraqi people re
main poor try Western standards
Feisal had spent his kingdom's oj
revenues, to build schools hospi
tals and roads which raised the
lot above that of their desel
neighbors.
Prince Abdul lllah saved th
young Kirs life from uprimn
once in 1941, smuggling him out 4
the country during a pro.Axis rs
volt. They apparently died fogetD
er this week.
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RAt day Ltltars art supliihfd in the ordei recaivtd
' PIaaia try to Keep the letteri limitad to one pes length
Identity o tattay wnten M held in strict eentidinca
Tan newppei assumes na responsibility toi ilatamenti oi opinion!
expressed in lattors from readers.
THE MAU SOX
LEADER SHIP, LIQL'OR AND LOCAL RATES

1 Bix: ;

,i.h hi ah eecteu body and by uie uuiy eiecu:u yreoiueiit.
AnSsrentlv I am a" wroi Tne Republic of Panama is ruied
jP"StorSmp made up of a bunch of schooiKids who are
SZuelalfU'mvite Dr. Eisenhower to meet them in

SMrlSd torn to to refused because the
?iMsv is foreign soil, or some other foolish tiling. When will
S2tiLrt these children take them in hand behind the
tUStlS warm SS? bottoms to the poiMj; they
axnto take their nourishment standing at the mantle.'
t M-called single wage that the unions land politicos
KtSuciS much noise aW will "ever be of any benefit
ti Local Raters for the simple reason that the fust law
, S SnSs 5 based on supply and demand. Wager are based
on the supply and demand for help in the area. As soon as
rbdn nositions can be filled locally, then wages will drop to
ZatePSally and no amount of .wj"
to go up. The only way to get wages up in this area is for the
politicos to pass a minimum wage law In the republic, high
, enough to force the Canal administration to meet it. Then
and only then will wages go up.
Panama made one concession to the U.S in lte new treaty
free import of liquor in exchange for about $31 millions in
ZlJ ttotJ 121 millions for a bridge, increased annuity of $1V2
SSSkSs maintenance of the trans Isthmian Highway and so
much more 2 now they want to renege on the liquor import
deal Talk ataut malagradecidos. I have never heard of a more
IWffibVsUndlim our own two feet, do something
eariSctive quit begging and needling long-suffering Tio
Samuel. Pride.

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on Friday with an overnight stay at the fine Rivera
Hotel which has marvellous food and reasonable rates this
tlm Sat urday morning we boarded the Ancon which arrived in
lCrlTouid0ugdgaeyt this trip for anyone wanting a marvellous,
inexpensive short vacation cruise. g Dreyer.

BOND
Sir:
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recently concerning chain letters in correct up te a point, and
toat point is in relation to the "Bond" chain letters. Such a
letter does not, in the way it is handled break any law. Each
totter of this type ,miky tajgytV o mailed
and up to the present time. notfone Bond ilea"J?;se
sent through the U. S. or Canal Zone mails. ftamnWEhe bond
bv Itself compiles with U.S. government regulations.
7 This ''Bond- Chain Is a good thing and there are three
resworn way It should not be stopped. It Is not legal in the
5wthat it is sold, the U. S. government can utilize the large
income from these bonds for a minimum period of 60 days
(pretty good deal, ask any business man) and someone hits the
UckDOt when his or her name reaches the top of the list. The
amaRes are much better than any type of lottery in thai a
.SlrsoS does stand the chance of getting his initial invest investment
ment investment back, depending on his or her lnltlatjvveBond B

AMERICA AT HOME-In what is believed the first under-

",n ol us Klnn. IB United Nations correspondents from 11
foreign countries including four from the Soviet Tass agency
liUd Olean, N.Y., recently for "Operation Crackerbarrel" It
Ms sponsored by the local Rotary club to give writers a grass grass-nets
nets grass-nets look at a typical small (population 25,000) American
community One of the sights for the visitors was the do-it-yourself
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lament. Above, George
P. Si viol ides, left, from Egypt, expresses his admiration to the
ehooltcachcr and his wife, who built their ranch-stvle home by
themselves over a period of five years, starting out with $80

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(NOTE TO EDITOR: Victor
Riesal is en his way to Europe
to dig up and report new behind,
the. scenes stories on this front.
Today, while he is en route, his
guest columnist is FBI Director
j Edgar Hoover with a sharp
analysis of juvenile delinquency)
By JOHN EDGAR HOOVER
Diractor, Federal Bureau of
Investigation
WASHINGTON: A few years
ago when one mentioned juvenile
delinquency, ue meant just that
delinquent behavior on the part
o; youngsters. This delinquency
cjnsisteu 01 such simple misbe.
havior as playing hooky from
scnuol, indulging in an occasional
fist fight, or engaging in the mis.
chievous vandalism of writing on
fences and sidewalks or breaking
a window or street lamp.
Today, when we Speak of juve
nile delinquency, all loo mien we
find ourselves discussing vicious
criminal activity on the pari of
children. Just how vicious such
activity is may be gathered from
scanning any newspaper.
Today's term, "juvenile gang,''
conjures up a far dif erent picture
from that of a lew short years a a-go
go a-go or even of today in many
small towns. The motive whicn
brought youths together on the
drugstore cornet was most often
boredom, and the misbehavior
which flowed from such gather,
ings was, with some exceptions,
mischievous in nature.
The group itself was loosely knit
and without definite purpose. Prov.
iding something to do, or some
place to go, usually proved and
proves an effective means of
solving the basic problem of the
juveniles in the small town corn corner
er corner gang."
Today, the gang in congested
metropolitan areas has litltle in
common with the group that in.
tested the corner by the drugstore!
The modern juvenile gang has an
intensity, drive and purpose alien
to that of the past. I am not refer,
ring, of course, to every juvenile
grouping, but to the phenomenon
known in the large city as the
"bopping," or lighting gang. This
group spells real trouble.
1 shall not attempt to expla n
here what 1 believe to be the fail
ures, inadequacies and lack of dis discipline
cipline discipline basically responsible for
the development of today's juve
nile gang.
Suffice it to say that too many
cities are marred by rat packs of
wild children who change the
streets to a jungle into which the
citizen ventures at his peril. Map
ting out totindariei, these youth youthful
ful youthful predator, erecf .invisible baK
ricrs which arn, "Keep ouf, or
else
Vicious, conscienceless and ar
rogant, such a gang enforces its
rule over the area through, fear
engendered by violence and bru.
tality. Murder is committed for
the thrill of it.
One member of such a gang in involved
volved involved in the senseless murder of
a youngster and the stabbine n.
another, allegedly stated that he
wanted to know what it would feel
like to stick a knife through human
bone. Both victims were brutally
kicked, beaten and stabbed.
When society is plagued by a
gang of this type, there should be
no hesitation in the mind of any
body as to what to do. ft is vita!
of course, to find and remove the
causes which result in the growth
and development of this type ju juvenile
venile juvenile gang, but the first essen
tial is to remove such gangs from
the street. If we do not, we sha.l
witness a reversion to the jungle.
It is the nature of this canker.
ous growth to spread rapidly. One
gang comes into being. Lone in.
dividuals quickly band together to
protect themselves against the
gang in existence. Immediately,
the situation grows worse, not bet
ter, for there are now two gangs
to contend with, and violence is
their common denominator. So the
evil snowballs.
And who is accountable? Cert Certainly,
ainly, Certainly, it is the task of police to
keep the peace, but the people
have a basis responsibility to see
that the police are adequate in
numbers and are adequately equip equipped
ped equipped to do the task demanded of
them. It is the responsibility of
the people, also, to see that these
children of the sidewalk jungles
are not given a slap on the wrist
and promptly loosed to begin their
depredations over again.
Society gets only what it deserv.
es and what it asks Tor. We, the
citizens, are accountable. Violenc
on the streets could be stopped
forthwith if indifference could be
forced into retreat. What kind of
a civilization are we living in in.
deed, what kind of a people are
we, to allow mob rule of our
streets by ignorant young gang
sters whose vicious propensities in.
crease in proportion to the extent
we tolerate continuance of thetr
activities?
Society demanded an end to the
organized gangs of the Thirties.
Overt gang activity was shortly
brought to a halt.
A man who is killed by knife
or zip gun in the hands of a mob
ster of fourteen is just as dead as
if he were slain by a Oil linger. The
age of the gangster does not les
sen his menace, and the longer we
tolerate violence on the street the
more we add to our long term
problem. For the person who is
kicked, beaten or stabbed may not
be the sole victim.
The juvenile gang, like the whirl
pool, draws material from its per'
meter into its maw, and fear of
ten enables the gang to pull un
willing youngsters into its corrup.
ting grip, ff we are to prevent the
juvenile gang of today from mush
rooming into a nightmare of bar
barism tomorrow, we must act
promptly.
Otherwise, we shall be sowing

-. ?tieA jAaw

My drab world of serious
thought and tending the sick
urigutenea perceptibly today, as 1
read of the righteous courage of
ivir. Guntram vveissenberg, 28, of
Upper Darby, Pa., who is suing
his wi e, Jean, lor separate main,
tenance and custody of their
cnilu, and is asking support lor
himseli and son. He is claiming
alimony because he says his wife
is an heiress and is just reeking
with that filthy spendable stuff.
She is, in fact, an heiress1, hav having
ing having been le4 recently some sever several
al several million skins by her papa, the
late chairman of Zenith Radio
Corp. He died May 15. his son. in.
law charges desertion and miscon misconduct,
duct, misconduct, and got out a court order
enjoining his wile from taking
their spawn to Nevada, where
she told him she was going to in
vestigate the quaint folklore of
Reno.
We will not argue, if it please
the court, the usual grimy details
of why wi e hates husband, and
vicious versa, but will predicate
the prosecution of the fact that
this man, this architect, has giv.
en the best years of his life since
1956 to this woman, and has pro provided
vided provided aid and comfort as hus husband
band husband and indispensable service as
lather of a child. Why should he
not share in the loot, now that the
lute has rifted?
The timehallowed oractica in
divorce has been that on the sun.
dering, the bere.'t bride takes the
husband for his hat, cane and o o-vercoat,
vercoat, o-vercoat, leaving him churehmous.
ing around for the few remaining
crumbs. This has largely come
from the supposition that women
are weak little chattels, pawns to
the villainy of males, and once
they have entered into the bonds
they wish to sever should be al
lowed to walk of with the till
just because Pa's salted away a
few bucks in it.
I cannot relate the exact nrice
that Mr. Win Rocke eller paid for
his freedom from Mrs. Bo'bo Roc
kefeller, but I read it was in ex"
cess of six million clams, which
is a lot of seafood, mama. I
should hazard that if Mr. Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller had been named Jones, any
court, would nave sneered at the
claim, which was based on tin-
fact that the Rockefellers didr't
get along very good. But old John
u. s ghost entered into the bicker bickering
ing bickering and bartering, so the coal. min miner's
er's miner's daughter winds up with the
mint. My arithmetic is lousy, but
I would assess her time in dou
hle-harness as worth about a"
thousand dollars an hour.
Now that the girls are clamor
ing so vociferously for equal
rights, lamenting their downtrod downtrodden
den downtrodden status as second.class citi
zens, rigidly denying that the fe female
male female is the weaker sex, and so
righteously wearing the sackclolrt
of mourning for their lost depend,
ence, I say, gentlemen, that if
Boho Rockefeller can take her
boy for five or six million, then
let us see that our client, Mr.
Guntram Weissenbcrg, 28, of Up Upper
per Upper Darby, Pa., gets his whack
out of little Jeanie's light brown
loot
I have conveyed my views to
The, Warden, and she, as usual,
disagrees. She says that girls are
still confected entirely of the u.
sual condiments, and that boys
still pay off on a direct ratio to
nails, snails, and puppy.dog's spin spinal
al spinal extensions. She says that girls
are too weak to work, although
she his been chairman of my
board since the day we refer to
as Black Thursday in 1938, 4:30
p.m and the bride late, ts u-
sual. And she says that girl) is so
good and boys is ao bad that
when the household erupts, it's
got to be the gentlemen's fsult,
present day juvenile gang can
develop, like the dragon's teeth of
mythology, into armed men
slaughtering each other. And the
streets of no American city woalr1

In the News

f l SCCVVUKC.OfvlC
'"O 'A
NfAfery.ee, Int., '

Husband's Alimony
By BOB RUARK

and he ought to pay for blighting
tne precious ilower, of wuiuliy
planting rank weeds m the gar garden
den garden of domestic bliss.
Whereupon I say, look kid, when
we bust up this crap game, 1 iim
going to sue you heavy lor all the
trafiic will carry, and live me a
life of ease on the Riviera or
some place, because I have put
20 years of hard labor in stand.
ins off that wolf and wrannintr h
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by bunting in chinchilla, no lousyij

ONTHE TROPHY TRAIL-Nine-year-old Vicki Ann Smith
of Csyicn is the Ohio state champion baton twirler in the
juvenile division and she's gotmore trophies than she can
hake a baton at. Last count 137, with 42 medals. More are
un the way as the fourth-grader competes in summer con contests.
tests. contests. Vickie's in second place nationally and has held the
state title for two years.

Noted Names
ACROSS
1 General
Houston
4 Mona
3 Muses
4 Moved
rapidly, is a
horse
5 Tsar. the
Terrible
6 Decide
7 Exist
8 Thick
8 Part of the
eye
10 Quote
11 Locks'
partners
17 Patriot rider,
Paul
19 Ventures
23 Declaim
24 Bewildered
25 Boys
8 Highwayman,
Turpin
' 12 Adam and
( 13 Above
14 Indian
'15 Masculine
nickname
16 Fatherhoov.
18 Neptune's
scepter
20 Worms
21 Lincoln's son
22 Great
fondnesb
24 Wing-shaped
26 Withered
27 Harness part
30 Shiny fabric
32 Elixirs
34 Ancient Urfs
35 Pesters
38 Balaam's stet
37 Ocean
movement
38 Contends
40 Masculine
41 Mr. Franklin
42 Property Item
45 Girdles
48 Repeat
81 Cravat
62 Fence opting
S3 Mythological
64 Golf mound
55 Mineral rocks
56 Finest
57 Se a eagle
DOWN
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, rabbitskins in this house, add I

want some severance pay.
And she smiles sweetly and
says: "Of course, bunny duck."
"But," sczzi, "where will you
j;et the money lo pension me off?"
"You," she says sweetly, and
it seemed to end the matter.
Write at the same address. I
can't afford to leave home', no
matter what the other husbands
say.
Answer to Previous Puzzle
m
26 Slow animal
27 Baby bed
28 Arrow poison
20 Russian news
agency
31 Landed
property
33 Caverns
38 Ten years
40 Allots
41 Wild goose
42 Jason's ship
(myth.)
43 Burn
44 Location
46 Elevator
inventor
47 Row
48 Observed
50 Steal

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WASHINtJTON, A lot of John,
ny.corae-isieues socn as liov.
Mike Mepovicn are now claiming
credit for making Alaska the 49Ui
state in the Union.
But the man who unobtrusively,
but consistently, baugereu seun-
ors, buttonholed congressmen,
maneuvereu in the smu.ojiueu
rooms to bring statehood Lu Ai
ka is an ex-newspaperman named

truest uruening. e more u..u home came to realize ui.t ue Wats
anyone else is the father of the I spending more time on rei estate
49th state. deals than on their problems.
Gruening first came to Wash. ( He useo one ot his secretaries
ing.ou in 1933 as chie o Insul iipaid by the taxn. vers, tn huuiii

Affairs Division of the Interior
ueparuueul organized unuer u-
late great Harold Ickes As such,
he euiucd the destinies of sue i
American stepchildren as the Vir
gin Islands, Puerto Rico, Hwaii!
and Alaska
Gruening had taken a degree at
Harvard Medical School but spent
much of his time as a newspaper
man, and was euiliug tne Pbrt Pbrt-land,
land, Pbrt-land, Maine, Evening Express
when he came lo Washington to
nurse American territories. After
battling their causes before Con Congress,
gress, Congress, he was made Governor
Alaska in 1939 and as such did
a revolutionary thing.
He went all ovei that f ar.flung
territory, visiting every F" 'mo
village, every island in the Aleut
lans, every oackwoods seltie-uent,
getting to know the people and
their problems. By a rickety
plane, and even by canrci, he
toured the Northwest territory.
1Back in Washington wncn Con Con-gress
gress Con-gress was in session, he called on
Congressmen to plead for Alask
an problems.
For 14 years, longer than any
man in history, ne remained Gov.
ernor of Alaska. Then when Eisen
hower i ailed to reappoint him in
1953, the people of Alaska elect,
ed him unof.icial senator and he
moved to Washington to undertake
a 24-hour.a day lobbying camp
aign for the territory's statehood.
Shortly be ore this, however, a
great tragedy struck Ernest
Gruening's family which, though
it brought grief to him, probably
hastened the day when Alaska be
came the 49th state.
His son, Peter, a correspondent
for th? United Press, was killed
in Australia, and his grief-stricken
father more than ever threw
all his heart and soul into the
battle for Alaskan statehood. In
effect he made Alaska his child.
That is the real story of the No.
lobbyist for Alaska and how
statehood was achieved.
NEW TEXAS JOKES
In some respects the state of
Texas probably had most to lose
by admission of Alaska as tilt
49th state. But Sen. Lyndon John Johnson
son Johnson put' national interest ahead of
state interest and worked quietly
Denind the scenes for Alaska.
Without his potent support the
bill would have been delayed.
Alaska, with 587,000 square
miles against Texas' 267,000, now
becomes the biggest state in the
Union:
California can no longer boast
the highest peak in the USA. for
Mount McKinley in Alaska is
6,000 eet higher than Mount Hood
in California.
And Yellowstone is no longer th
biggest national Dark. MeKinUv
National Park is the biggest.
rinauy, a new crop of Texas
jokes will have to be told.
REAL ESTATE MAN
Ex.Congressman Victor WirW.
sham of Oklahoma who parlayed
his Congressional salary into hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of thousands of dollars
worth of real estate around Wash
ington, has used Another piece of
real estate to try to, stage a come
oack in Ukiahoma'.
This particular real estate in the
additional land the Army wants to
add to the Fort Sill firing range
in Oklahoma In order to be able
to complete ground-to-ground mis
sile testing in these davs of oush-
but'.on warfare when missiles are

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- Go. Round
iw r i as to)
replscing the artillery for which
f ort bw was tirst iounued.
seizing this issue, Victor is trv.
ing to nrke ti)e iarmers of Okla
homa bjlieve their land around
Fori, am is as valuaoie as the
land he acquired around Washing,
ton all in order to re-elect him him-sei
sei him-sei to Congress.
wickersham was defeated for
congress when the folks butt,
part of his real estate niwatt.n.
auu lie Udu an uucanuv eve mr
buying up property in Viriiuia
anu maryiaud which he figured
would skyrocket in price auu ue
expansion of the bulging nation s
He also bet his money on such
far distant real estate operations
as the Everglades Swamp area
in southern Florida. Most of his
ventures paiu oii. But t'uty uid
not pay o. with Oklahoma vo.es.
Judge Toby Muj.ris, a down -to
eari.ii, cousciennous Coogresouiau,
was elected in his place.
Unuers antabiv. the fannavc
Oklahoma don't like to give up
uieir land.
It's nOt exactly the ht lanrl In
the woriu. Us low rain en ru.kes
it marginal, subject to scorching
urougius, asd some of the antl antlers
ers antlers have moved to California in
the bad years.
However, the tug of the home
heartstrings is always powiiu'
and Victor had got himself a
potent campaign issue 4y ta)ii ta)ii-paigning
paigning ta)ii-paigning against the Army s ac acquisition
quisition acquisition of more land.
He ignored the fact that it will
be difficult for the Army to c
tinue at Fort Sill unless it can acl
quire more land and that Tort
Sill is on of Oklahoma's big ec economic
onomic economic assets.
Using this issue, Wickersham
rolled up a prinmy total t
824 votes of Congressman Morris
last week, arcing him into a run.
off in three weeks.

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state and territory are New
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Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day,
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the film version of 'Dffood'
kees,' advised two of Hollywood s
sexiest dolls about se : apped ?
Well, Owen -handled it wee a
John Foster Dullea.

ONI OP THE wt Marilyn
Monroe and the other was Jane
it could have been as
SSS&m Nixon telling Ike his
ffhlf erin is all wrong. wen hart
AfSarilyn she was acting too
,y and teU Jane she wasn t .exy
enough!
Gwen was coaching Marilyn
,nd Jane's song-and-dance num
hor in "Gentlemen Preier
Blondes" and she thought Man Man-lyn
lyn Man-lyn was wiggling it up a little too
Such. Instead of coming right out
and saying it, she put on the soft
velvet gloves and told Marilyn.
"Honey, when you're that ac active
tive active it's hard for the cameraman
2&fJ&. let the man
have his focus.

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Goldfine Admits Calling Adams

To Keep Posted On Conditions

1? :'

WKXYWOOD (NEA) You ne4 spy, to straighten misshapen legs,

uTT.j -k,. th time uweu maae stars jealous, so lor several

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Vprrion the assistant nuujj
yeruuu, m .t.rinff ill ed crpatp nanre number and

then taught them, step by s op,
to other stars. One time she evei

had an actor, John Carroll, as

student.
She still laughs about him: "He
was a man with eight left feet.
He'd done a lot of western movies
and he danced like he was still
on horseback."
But there were times when
Gwen sneaked into camera range.
Never as a double for other stars,
she says, but as sort of a twinkle twinkle-toed
toed twinkle-toed stunt girl.

move

for atr,
answer.

other

she wa being voo iiu""j-
bout it all and that it detracted
from her sex appeal. But
didn't tell busty Janes m so many
words.

"I just told her," Gwenn told
... allot- mnve-

me, that mayue

ments would be Deuer
I'll never forgst Jane s

She told me:
"'Gwen, I'm not one of tlw
LITTLE people!'"
w7i.-(- Tano meant by little

you know, of course, and by now
i guess you know how Gwen, one
of Hollywood's little people, danc
ed her way to fame on Broadway
in "Can Can," 'Damn Yankees
and "New Girl in Town.
- It all came about after red red-haired,
haired, red-haired, green-eyed Gwen had
-j$Nft burial In Hollywood teach teaching
ing teaching stars like Lana Turner, Betty
Grable, Marilyn and Jane how to
dance. She was Dance Director
Jack: Cofes assistant, unknown
to the public.' M ,,
Now, It's 1 a Bridey Murphy
et.
AMr st CLAMOR dolls took on

, Gwen's image, copying 1 her style
nd her movements. Now for her
ingTbitTiat Lofa
lints Lola Gets."
f What Gwen, Hollywood -born
'daughter of an MGM studio elec electrician,
trician, electrician, wanted was a movie-cs-!
reer all along but as a dance spe specialist
cialist specialist she was too good. In sev several
eral several films she wound up on the
euttmg-room floor. Her danc dancing,
ing, dancing, which started at two as ther-

LIKE BECOMING a Russian
Cossack with a red beard in MGM's
1952 remake of "The Merry Wid Widow."
ow." Widow." That was a day, Gwen still
laughs.
' "It was a wild Russian dar.ee
ending with a fellow with a dag dagger
ger dagger in his mouth and holding uvo
flaming torches in his hands slik slik-in
in slik-in the length of a long qball-

room floor. Well, when no one

seemed to get' the hang of it, I
said I could do it and did. But

first they put me in a Cossack's

uniform, with a big fur hat, red

eyebrows and a red beard.

Gwen was real urihappy when.

she saw the movie, though.
- All her trouble was wasted. Tho
scene was left on the i cutting-

room floor. Maybe .it was because
of those mutihued, on the-chest
cartridge pleats. With Gwen in
the uniform she didn't look very
much like a man. Even with the

red beard.

"I noticed it when we saw the
rushes the next day," she grinned.
"The pleat had a noticeable
curve never before seen on a Oos Oos-sock's
sock's Oos-sock's chest. 1 said to myself,

'Gwen, you goofed. They'll never
leave the scene in the picture.'
They didn't, either."

WASHINGTON (UPI)-Bernard
Goldfine testified, yesterday that
he telephoned Presidential Aide
Sherman Adams 43 times in six
months to kep posted on "gen.
eral conditions" and government
matters affecting his textile bus.
iness. S
"Being in Washington, he might
Be posted better than 1 would be,''
the paunchy 67 -year .old Boston

millionaire told the House sub.
committee investigating charges
that Adams used his White House

post to help Goldfine in his trou-

Dles with federal agencies.
The textile and real estate mag.
nate also added several gifts to
the list of items he already had
reported giving Adams. He also
added a 23rd question on to the
22 he previously had refused to
answer in the face of a contempt
threat.
But Goldfine's telephone calls
to Adams highlighted his seventh
round of testimony before the in influence
fluence influence investigation group headed
by Rep. Oren Harris (D.Ark.).
Pressed about the reasons for
his frequent contacts with the
White House" aide, Goldfine ex.
plained it by saying, "I consider
him one of my best' friends."
"A friend you call whenever
you see fit," the Russian. born wit witness
ness witness continued. I see him and
telephone him and he telephones
me."
Goldfine said he did not know
whether he or Adams had placed

the greater number of calls to

one another.
But he confirmed having called
Adams at the White House, his

home or elsewhere 43 times be between
tween between Nov. 20, 1957 and last May
11. It was presumed the calls
were long-distance because the

investigators had records of them.
"I call him to find out general
conditions," Goldfine explained.
Once, he said, it was to ask
Adams about the tariff situation
because heavy imports of foreign,
made goods made it difficult for
his New England textile mills to

comoete m the American market.

He called Adams, he said,-whenever
he found it, "necessary."

Goldfine. who was scheduled to

return to the witness stand today,

also revealed he footed the
bill for making a coat of the
famous vicuna material he gave
Adams.,
The presidential aide, in testi.
fying, had scoffed at reports the
finished coat was worth as much

as $700. Adams said the material

cost Goldfine only $69 at the fac factory.
tory. factory. But" Goldfinp revealed he

paid to have it tailored and also

bought Adams a suit or two.

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GETS NEW POST-Presldent
Eisenhower-has named Federal
Civil Defense Administrator Leo
A. Hoegh to be bead of the new
office of Defense and Civilian
Mobilization. Hoegh, a former
governor of Iowa, has been
Civil Defense Administrator for
the past year.

Health Bureau Club
To Attend Church
Sunday Morning

nn.. rih Health Bureau will

begin its second anniversary cele celebration
bration celebration by attending ,.chor1
service at the Methodist Church,
Conducted by Rev. Victor Watson,
Ton Sunday at a.m.
I The club was organized two
years ago to promote social, sport sporting
ing sporting nri cultural activities to aid

charitable causes. The planning

committee has drawn a full schert'
ule of such activities for the com

Officers of the club are: Martin

Desilva, president; r-ana r toy.
man, vice.president: Robert Sam Samuels,
uels, Samuels, secretary; Arthur Williams,
asst. -secretary; John Lewis, trea treasurer;
surer; treasurer; William Lovell, business
manager; Hector Payne asst. busi business
ness business manager; Aston Philpotts and
Verona Kellman, trustees. Mem Mem-w
w Mem-w r Edwin Belerave, Harold

innoc vrnal Crosby. May Po-

marff (pan CooDer. Ernesto Thorn

as., Daisy Husband, Marcus Smith,
and Leroy Marks. Honorary mem
Kr ra Federico Murray, Allan

Hamlin and Alfred Hibbert.
m. inh will close its annier

..rv festivities with a semi formal

i the Casino Vrfia del

Mar on Saturday, July 2, featur.
ing the music of the Willie Movr;
. aon orchestra and the Albert Phil
lips Jeti combo.

W- CHURCHES

St. Christopher's Episcopal

Church, Parque Lefevre, wilt be
gin the obsenyance of its 19th pa
tronal festival on Sunday.

The observance will open with
a celebration of the Holy Commu.
nion at a.m., followed by the
aunx Eucharist and sermon at

7':30 a.m. and Morning Prajer

and Church School at 10:30 a.m

At 6:30 p.m.. the Rev. Henry A
Blake will be the special preacher

On Monday t 7:30 p.m., the
Rev. John A. .Spalding of St. Ma

ry'i Church. Rainbow City wui

preach. The Choir Guild from St
Mary's Church will sing tnt terv

ice
The special preacher on Tues

day will ba by the Rev. Edwin C

Webster, of St. Luke's Cathedral

Ancon.

The observance will Close on

Sunday, July 27, with a cortceit
of religious and classical music at

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FOR SHELTER SEEKERS A teepee guards children
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building is a favorite in dry weather, too. (UPI)

Neptune Makes Navy Toe The Line'

JUST AS HE HAD before the atomic era, Neptunus Rex, that old
god of the sea, still receives his due homage from the men of the
United States Navy. Whenever a ship passes the equator, those on
board who have not crossed before must, by ancient tradition, be ini initiated
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backs," "shellbacks," who have already made the crossing. The destroyer Ozbourn
recently crossed The Line en route from San Diego, Calif., to Bris Brisbane,
bane, Brisbane, Australia. First of all, Davy Jones sent out signals barring the

ship from Neptune's imperial domain. Davy then came aboard
escorted by the Royal Kops. Neptune, himself, arrived later and the
initiation began. Each pollywog had to crawl to the Royal Judge to
plead for mercy, but each was sent to kiss the Royal Baby. This "tot"
was a fat shellback whose stomach was greased with a concoction of
mustard, pepper and chili sauce. Each pollywog then got a haircut
with an egg shampoo, shell and all. After tnat, he was soundly
scrubbed and doused. Then he became a shellback. Neptune formal formally
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Happy pollywog gets hit honorable shellback card.
King Features Syndicate.

A CENTURY OF PROGRESS? Girls in West Berlin, Germany, display their idea of
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party of 150 orphans entertained by Canadian sailors at Saigon, South Vietnam.

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OVER THE HUMP-Seldom does World's Champion Cowboy Jim Shoulders of Henrietta,
nwiafail to comDlete a ride in rodeo competition. But this Brahman bull proved more ;thaa
Ss euafin a3o at Mlfi?TOt! As Shoulders sails through the air for a landing else else-where
where else-where than on his shoulders, a clown (partially obscured at right) attempts to detract the buU.

No Reason Given By Father
For Slaying Three Daughters

CANTON, Pa. (UPI)-A heavily
armed 19-year-old lather was cap.
tured near here tody after nis
three small daughters were found
shot to death in their rural home.
Paul Pelton, a tenant farmer,
had been the object of an intense
search by a posse after the jodies
0 the three children, aged 3
aars 2 years and 5-months, were
'ound Tuesday night by the moth moth-cr
cr moth-cr when she returned from a hos.
i visit to another chrtd
' Slate police at Towanda, where
c on was taken after his cap cap-ure
ure cap-ure three miles from the house,
d the suspect appeared calm.
' cy said no reason had been
on for the slayings and con.
.ed to question Pelton.
posse was organized after
, was reported missing when
wife, Margaret, 23, returned
i Troy Community Hospital
t, .jwing a visit with a 5montn
o' son, Paul, twin of one of the
slain girls.
The suspect was captured after
a neighbor. Allen Palmer, discov discover
er discover l nis horse was missing from
1 barn. Palnier and ajitate po po-1
1 po-1 i n IoHed rh. horses
i and jMj6 'wjw.j&ffi
U' jen Pelto itarted to mount,
the trooper ffred a shot over his
hefid.

Palmer said Pelton had a rifle

in his hand and two guns strapped
to each side of the saddle, along

with a set of knives, but surrend

ered peacefully.

Police said Pelton stayed home

to baby-sit when his wife and her

father, Carlton Brion, 45, went to

the hospital. Mrs. Pelton told po.
lice her husband was cheerful

when she left and told her "stay
as long as you like at" the hos

pital."

When the two returned shortly
before midnight, Mrs. Pelton
found Connie, 2, slumped over her

walker in the living room.

She told police at first he

thought the child was asleep but

men discovered a .22. caliber bul

lot wound in the child's stomach.

A search of the house found 3

year-old Patricia dead on a bed

and 5-month-old Pauline, in her
basket on a bed.
Police said Mrs. Pelton told po police
lice police that "Paul loved the children.
He was always very kind to
them."

CHUCKLE HEAD

Darwin's Grandson Adds
To Natural Selection Idea

DETROIT (UPI) The thief

who broke into a househ ere yes yesterday
terday yesterday and snitched a portable TV

set probably didn't know what he

was letting mmseu in tor. The
house belongs to Police Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Edward S. Piggins.

POLICE ARE OBLIGING

PENSACOLA. Florida (UPD-

Speed was what M. L. Foley, 51,

wanted after detectives nabbed

him on a bad check charge. .and

speed is what he got. He told the

officers he wanted to "get it ov :x

with quick" and within 30 min

utes he was tried, sentenced to

30 days and placed in jail to be
gin serving his term.

Marine Recruit Put
Under Observation
After Desertion
PAnms ISLAND. S. C. (UPI)

A Marine Corps spokesman
said today a 17year old recruit
alleged to have been mistreated
hv a drill instructor hen? had been

placed in psychiatric observation

unit because ne uiuugm ii u
J "nAn rvmhat nutflt.

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Capt. Bernard Mulligan, public
information officer at his big Ma.
rine depot, said investigation show showed
ed showed Pvt. Edward Mandell House,
17, of Atlanta, was being tested to
determine if he should be kept in
the Marine Corps or released.
"The lad arrived aboard this
depot on Jury 2" to begin recruit
training. Mulligan told United
Press International.
"On July 10, at 6 a. m., he
went over the hill from his bar.
racks area," the PIO added. "Two
hours later, he was found in an another
other another battalion's area.
"When his drill instructor ap.
proached him and said, "Come
with me, boy, House passed out."
Mullitfan said the vouth waS

taken to an infirmary and ex ex-amined.
amined. ex-amined. Doctors found "nothing
medically wrong1' with him, but he
was "confused, incoherent ajid
nervous," so he was sent to the
psychiatric observation unit.
Mulligan said House told psy psychiatrists
chiatrists psychiatrists he had left the barracks
to look for a chaplain. He said
he thought, when he enlisted, that
he was joing a non.combat outfit
and did not know the Marines
did not have a medical corps or
other non-combat units.
"He said he didn't want to bear
arms," Mulligan said. However,
he added, the youth said his
aversion to bearing arms had
nothing to do with religious be belief
lief belief and he had not discussed this
with his parents or the recruiters
before enlisting.
Mulligan' said neither his bunk
mate or any others' in the platoon
knew anything about House being
struck by a drill instructor as he
claimed.

Civil Defense
Glosses Toig1n
At Santa Cruz
The civil Defense volunteers in
the town of Santa Cruz will start
two classes in home care of the
sick and injured nect week. These
classes will run concurrently
under the direction of Miss Violet
Fenry. instructor certified by the
American Red Cross.
Each class will be trivin tui

week, two hours each session.
The first class will meet Mondavs
and Thursdays, and the second

nass win meet Tuesdays and Fri.

L lue C1sses will begin at

.ou p.m. ana will be held at

ttoom at t i

Santa

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Crttz School.

completed

town. Both classes whir-h

filled33 t0 qUta' WCre comPlete'y

CAN TURN HAIR GREEN

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif.
(UPI) The hair of a number of

United States Marines may soon

match the color of their uniforms

if they don't watch out. Officials

here warned blond-haired Leath

ernecks that, with repeated dous-

mgs, the high chlorine content cf
the camp's swimming pools could

turn their hair to a Marine Corps

green.

WASHINGTON (UPI)-It is a
grisly thought that Dr. Gof.rey
F. Fisher, the Archbishop of Can.
terbury, may have added to a
final and awful footnote to
Charles Darwin's theory of evolu evolution.
tion. evolution. Likely nothing was further from
the archbishop's mind than the
Darwinian theory when, during
the weekend, the primate of Eng England
land England was revealed to have said
that it may be God's will that
mankind be destroyed by nuclear
weapons.
"For all I know," the arch,
bishop had written in a sympos symposium
ium symposium on nuclear policy, "it is
within the providence of God
that the human race should de.
stroy itself in this manner."
The archbishop's widely printed
speculation must have reminded
some readers of the July 1 dis dis-patch
patch dis-patch Written for United Press
Internatinal by Sir Charles Dar Darwin,
win, Darwin, grandson of the famous na.
tural scientist. Darwin's theory of
evolution became public 100 years
ago. His great book "The Oriein

of the Species" was published the
following year.
The central point of Darwin's
theory the mechanism by which

it luncf oned was natural selec

tion which, loosely, means the

survival of the fittest. Sir Charles
dispatch explained natural selec.

uon this way:

The intense competition of all

living things in the struggle for

lite which was continually wiping

out the less efficient members of

any species and leaivng the stage

for those better equipped to sur

vive.
In this same dispatch, Sir
Charles wrote that there is ques.
tion now of the extent to which
Darwin's theory actually and di directly
rectly directly a fects the human race. He
wrote that some areas- have at attained
tained attained 'so high a degree of pros,
perity as to ease the struggle to
survive or, practically, to abolish
it, permitting the less fit to mul multiply.
tiply. multiply. "Natural selection," he wrote,
"has been eliminated for the time
being."
This is leading, according to
Sir Charles and some others
learned in the subject, to a con.
dition of world overpopulation
which would be catastrophic in
volume and in effect.
"Can our statesmen realize,"

Sir Charles continued, "that this
is by far he most important
political problem of the near fu.
ture? Nobody knows any satisfac.
tory answer, but if one is not
found soon, our over populated
world is almost certain to relapse
into hard conditions of life like
those that used to prevail only a
few centuries ago, when it was
the ruthless processes of natural
selection that controlled the num number
ber number of mankind."
The archbishop's idea would fit
in about there the idea that it
may be God's will that nuclear

weapons shall accomplish what

mere war, pestilence and famine
MARINE RECRUIT P-10
achieve in preventing a popula population
tion population explosion in the world.
The concept that a Higher Pow.
er may have directed men's
minds to the nuclear break breakthrough
through breakthrough to blast the world against
suicidal over-population is, per.
haps, the grimmest peek at the
future in this year of grim fore,
codings.

POLICE ON DISPLAY

TOKYO UPI) Policemen who

want to work in a newly opened,

ultra-modern, glass-enclosed po

lice box in downtown Tokyo have

to meet one strict qualification.
Authorities decreed that all offi

cers assigned to the box must be
handsome.

HITS THE BELL
ATLANTA (UPI) Police looked
high and low for a burglar yes.
terday only to find that a baseball
game was at the root of the trou trouble.
ble. trouble. A young slugger knocked a
ball through the window of a pa paper
per paper firm across the street, setting
off the burglar alarm.

at tne last mnntlilv

r-s of this

COULDN'T MOW STRAIGHT
MARSHFIELD, Wis. (UPI)-Ed

ward W. Rottscheitt, 42, lost his

bearings somewhat and as a

result was fined $50 and lost his
driver's license for a year. He
was convicted of drunken driving
while piloting his power mower
along city streets.

Motor Club Claims
Thai Safer Summer
Is In The Baq

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (UPI)-At

least one group favors the sack

dress.
"We like the sack." said Thorn

as B. Watkins, president of the
North Carolina State Motor Club.
"It's what we need for safer

summertime driving."
Watkins said that ladies wear.

in? shorts. e&Decially sohrt shorts,

were a traffic hazard because the
shorts distract the attention of
driVers. Last summer, he said,

the club reported the tranic ac accident
cident accident rate was going up alarm,
ingly because shorts were getting
shorter.
The club even issued a request
to girls to wear shorts only In
their backyards, away from the
view of motorists.
"Now," Watkins said, "Thanks
to the clothes designers, the trend
is to the other extreme, perhaps
in the interest of highway safety.
"The problem is, so to speak, in
the bag this summer."

IB

ELIMINATE KIDNEY TROUBLE
If you (Ml run down dua lo comnr,. i ih-.

trriuilon of tk kidneys and bladder
V these troubles nuke yon feel old

tired, nervous and depressed, try

iuftjw were are germs
Irritating the delicate tubes of your
kidneys and bladder. If these do not
function well, tfcey require help to
keep your blood free from act da and
toxins.
RerUeritze Your Kidneys
Cystex, an Internal medicine of ef effective
fective effective action developed by The Knox
VmPany Laboratory, Los Aneles.
California, la aow helping thousands

these three mvi: I

in the kidneys and bladder. 2.-

aianey to clean out acMs anal solson solson-ous
ous solson-ous wastes from Mood. 3. Soothes
and calms irritated tissues. The Oast
dose of Cystex goes to wort effec effectively
tively effectively helping your kidneys and uri urinary
nary urinary system clean out acids and irri.
tatlng germs; Once these good results
are obtained you begin to feel Buck
better. Get Cystex today from your
drugstore and see how much better
you will feel tomorrow. Cystex Is the
effective medicine for kidney aai
bladder trouble.

TRUCKERS' HERO-Reuben

; C. Thomas, 29, of Enterprise,
Ala., was named national "Driv-
er of the Year" by the Ameri Ameri-!
! Ameri-! can Trucking Associations. He
! risked his life to rescue an in in--
- in-- jured woman from a flaming
I automobile and was nearly elec elec-I
I elec-I trocuted by high-voltage cur current
rent current from a downed power line
lying across the burning car. A

truck driver for the Sessions
Company, Inc., Thomas has
driven 585,000 miles without

accident of any kincU

One of the most complete and

authoritative books ever to appear

on Chile in the English language.

has been written by Claude G.

Bowers. United States ambassad.

or to Chile from 1939 to 1953. The

book which has been placed in cir circulation
culation circulation this week by the Canal
Zone Library, is entitled "Chile
Through Embassy Windows.-'
(Based on Bowers' intimate con contacts
tacts contacts and observations, on person personal
al personal correspondence, and on the sev
en or eight volumes of his Chilean
diary, the book is a major study
of all phases of life in one of the
most important countries of the
Western Hemisphere.
The complete list of new books
and their authors announced by
the library this week follow.
NON FICTION The Wizard of
Berkeley, Block; Chile Through
Embassy Windows, Bowers; Ihe
French Nation: From Napoleon to
Petain, Brogan; One Thousand
Meters Down. Cadoux; Secrets of

Self-Mastery, Ditzen; The Fastest

Man Alve. Everest; Tne rroor oi

th Puddine. Fenner; American

Nationalism. Kohn.

FICTION Bitter Ground, Bur-

ntt- The Lone Arm. Cecil; ine

imnotimus Mistress. Coxe; The

Cross of Baron Samedi, Dohrman;
The Riddle of Genesis County;
Doyle; The Banquet Vanishes, Eb.
erstadt; I'm Not Stiller, Frisch;
Tnv Wagon. Hadlev: The Hireling,

-. . o u:w.. II nninAr! in

Hartley; umeuuns na.n-u

Kate; Pou.

MISSING SERVICEMAN FOUND
tatPFT Formosa (UPI) U.S.

Army Sgt. Charles F. Welz, 41, of
Washington, D. C, who has been
missing since June 16, was turned
over to U.S. authorities Wednes

day by Chinese police wno iounu
him sipping beer in a downtown
i-ocfniirant Welz disappeared aft

er he received orders to return to

the United States.

Quote Unquote

WASHINGTON President Ei

senhower, explaining the reasons

lor his decision to send United

States Marines to Lebanon;

"I have come to the considered

and sober conclusion that despite

tne risk involved this action is te.

quired to support the principles of

justice ana international law.

AMMAN, Jordan Brig. Ahmed

At Abdi, military governor geacr

at ot Iraq, warning the Iraqi oeo

pie in a broadcast over Radio
iBaghdad against further exces-

cessive demonstrations stemming

irom overzealousness :

"We are seeking to complete

what we have started. Any iu

reasonable step taken to express
this (revolutionary) sentiment will
give subversive elements a chim
to disturb general ordi I and
peace."

SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY

THRU THE IRONING HOUR!

Satina...

the BIG ironing
aid in fhe Utile box

HONOLULU Defense Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Neil McElroy, who is en
route home from the United
States' atomic testing island at
Eniwetok, after complaining that
rain on Eniwetok had washed out
his chances of seeing a nuclear
explosion:
"The only noise was that of rn
falling on those tin roofs."

WASHINGTON Bernard Gold,
fine, after telling newsmen he had
visited the White House many
times during the present admin's,
tration, replying to a question as
to whether he had ever visited
there when Harry S. Truman was
president:
"I'm not quite sure, but I think
I did."

FJAELLBACKA, Sweden In In-grid
grid In-grid Bergman, when asked if he
would act' in films produced by
her husband-to be, wealthy im im-pressario
pressario im-pressario Lars Schmidt:
"I think we will keep our iobs
apart and not work together."

OUR NEW

WEATHERPROOF" SERVICE AREA

One BIG Area of 700 Meters (20x35)

IRAQI REPUBLIC RECOGNIZED
CAIRO (UPI) The Arab kinc;
dom of Yemen has decided to rec recognize
ognize recognize the new Iraai Republic, the
Yemeni ch-rne d'affaires said
here last night. The United
Arab Republic has already an.
nounced its recognition of the re.
volutionary government in Baghdad.

SKIN ITCH

C U R B E I

BY NEW TREATMENT

Your skin has millions of porss
where germs hide, causing Itch, pain,
peeling, acne, blackheads, ringworm,
etc. Ordinary remedies only give mo momentary
mentary momentary relief because they don't kill
the germs that are the real cause of
so many skin troubles. Nlxoderm
kills these germs and makes your skin
smoother, clearer, softer and more
attractive. Ask for Nixoderm at your
drugstore today, and get riot of the
real cause of your skin troubles

Will Msrfbi Tfl "..horns
SAMMY DAVIS, JR.

8res$ Comb ot Style Your

Hair my way ? ou bmi

flay gxilft ti Mfjttby. frizzly Ifk- HF

There's only on
easy -lo-usc cream

proferrerl and fee

fda and screen. Throw away ymir hot
comlg arid iron, cln wnjr with harsh lye
sitraighU'ritrrs; Be modern, iok mndem
with soft, really naiural-iookin atra.Kllt
hair th famous Perms-Strate way Don't

sfJIHRi sawnatutes or mi

lie sure you get genu
tlx; original and wort
coki permanent cream

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Box 3246

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Mrs. Cora Atwell
Dies; Burial Set
For Tomorrow
Mrs. Cora Atwell, a 48-year.old
resident of Panama City, died at
; her home on Mariano Arose man a
Street yesterday, following a long
illness.
A Panamanian, she is survived
by her neices, Cecilia .and Celia
v Scotland, and other relatives.

Funeral services will be held to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at 4 p.m. in the
Mount Purion SoirUual Baptist
Church, Guachapali, followed by
Jburial in the Herrera Cemetery.

TIRE CHANCE
TIRE & TUBE REPAIR
WHEEL BALANCINC
TIRE RETREADING
BATTERY SERVICE

SOMETHING NEW FOR PANAMA

DE PANAMA, S. A.
TeL 24754

WITH
NEW AND MODERN
EQUIPMENT FOR:

Just Arrived
Rosea
Gladioluses
Carnation
Camellias
Flowers assortment

goodyear

Calle Jeronimo de la Osea No. 13-33

PANAMA

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THURSDAY, JTTLY 17, If It
and Otkerwide Box 134,
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Abundant Chicken Supply
Bu Sla
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Sparks Barbecue Pastime
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BY GAYNOR MADDOX, NEA Food and Markets Editor

MGE SIX

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in their quarters at thel5th Naval
Diatrict. ihe honoreu guests ill
be Major General Chailes L. Dath Dath-er,
er, Dath-er, Commanding General USAR USAR-CARIB,
CARIB, USAR-CARIB, and Mrs. Dasher.

Dinner for Or. Futcher
Dr. and Mrs. Rolando Chanis
gave a dinner at their residence
for Dr. Palmer Futcher who is on
the faculty of the School of Medi Medi-cine
cine Medi-cine at Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. Futcher is a member of Dr.
Milton Eisenhower's party.

MISS ISABEL FERNANDEZ FUSTER

MISS ISABEL FERNANDEZ FUSTER WILL
MAKE HER DFBUT AT THE UNION CLUB
Miss Isabel Fernandez Fuster will be among the debu debutants
tants debutants who will be introduced to society at the annual Debu Debutants
tants Debutants Ball on Saturday, July 26, at the Union Club. Miss
Fuster, who has been attending the Convent of the Holy
Ghost in Puerto Rico, is now staying with her aunt and
uncle, Col. and Mrs. George Holsinger of Panama.
The Damas Guadalupanas. who sponsor the ball, have
chosen 29 other young ladies to take part in the festivities.

Tn Club To Have
Appreciation Party
On Friday, July 18 at 7:00 p.m.
the Pacific Youth Association Inc.
will hold an appreciation party in
the Maintenance Division Building
No. 10. Industrial Area. Balboa.
An invitation is hereby extended
to all the adults who contributed
to the success of the Pacific Teen
Club.
Col. And Mrs. Mesjner
Leave For New Post
Lt. Col. and Mrs. S. Messner
and their children are leaving to today
day today by plane for their new post
in Dover, Delaware. While here,

Col. Messner was stationed at Ft.
Clayton.

Birth Announcement

I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dault an announce
nounce announce the birth of their first
child, a daughter, Mary Elizabeth,
ton July 9 in Buenos Aires, Argen Argentina.
tina. Argentina. The maternal grandmother is
Mrs. Uahel Whelan of Los Rios

and the paternal grandmother is
Mrs. Mary Dault of Oswego, New
York.

Everyone has at least one b;r
becued chicken during the sum summer.
mer. summer. It's one of our national out outdoor
door outdoor sports. It you are planning
a picnic or a cook-out for a large
group, try a Chick-N-Que. 1'ts tailor-made
for outdoor parties.
There's an abundant supply of
meaty broiler-fryers now availa available
ble available high in nutition and low in
calories.
For extra tang, baste the chick

en with a tomato barbecue sauce.
Simply add a can of toma o sauce
to a basic barbecue sauce of oil,
vinegar or lemon juice, salt, su
gar and hot pepper sauce.

Tomato Barbecued Chicken
One half cup corn oil cup vi vinegar
negar vinegar or lemon juice, 1 can (S
ounces) tomato sauce, 1 tablespoon
salt, 3 tablespoons sugar. 1 1 tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons hot pepper sauce. 2 3 broil
rr-frver chickens, halved- or quar
tered.
Measure oil,, vinegar, tomato
sauce, sal sugar and hot pepr1'
sauce into saucenan. Heat to bni1
ing. Mix thoroughly before each
basting.

I Outdoor Grill Method: Place
chicken, skin side up, on grate set
1 12 inches or more from heat;
j brush with barbecue sauct. Cool:
slowly until tender! turning anc
I basting frequently. Allow 1 to 1 1-4
hours total cooking time. To lest
for doneness, leg should twist ea easily
sily easily out of thigh joint and pieces
j should be fork lender.

Oven Broiler Method: Set o-
i en lo niouera e (350 degrees f.
'Heat broiler with pan in place 10
! minutes. Line pan with aluminum
' foil. Place chicken, skin side down,
on broiler pan; brush barbecue
sauce over cut' side of chicken,
j Broil Vi hour on each side, brush brush-I
I brush-I ing frequently with barbecue

sauce.

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Calling at the dinner hour so

mat you wui oe sure to eaten
someone at home shows a lack of
consideration for the other person.
While it may be easier for you it
isn't very pleasant for the person
who is called away from the table.
Courtesy always demands that
you think of tht other person's
convenier as well as your own.

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

JKfflMJ

.J :n some. hint: interruots th

iru.i.dg schedule, don't fret over,
possible mildew. Just slip the re j
maining garments into a plastic;
hat and keen in the refrigerator!

until ironing tme again.

Ambassador and Mrs. Majoli Switzerland, where she attends
Entertain for Daughter school, to spend the summer va-
The Italian Ambassador of Pa- cation with her parents.
nama and Mrs. Mario Majoli
gave a buffet dinner at the Em- Admiral And Mrs. Wales
bassy residence in honor of their To Give Dinner Tonight
daughter. Miss Marina Majoli. Admiral and Mrs George Wales
Miss Majoli recently arrvied from will be host at a dinner tonight

Mrs. Delvalle Returns
From Extensive Trip
Mrs. Eunice Delvalle returned
yesterday to her home in Colon
after a six week trip to Curacao,
Aruba, Jamaica. Cuba, Florida,
Montreal. Canada and Hartsriale.
New York. Mrs. Delvalle who is
president of the Colon Soroptimist
Club, also attended the Convention
of Sorontimist International in
Houston, Texas before returning to
Panama by way of Mexico.

Each notice for inclusion in thli
column should be submitted in
fvQt-written term aad mailed o
the box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
b hand to the office. Notices ot
meetings cannot bo accepted bv
telephone.
Catholic Daughters To
Meet This Evening
The Catholic Daughters of A
merica, Court 874, Our Lady of
the Miraculous Medal, will hold
its regular monthly meeting this
evening in the Knights of Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Hall, Margarita Members are
urged to attend as this is an im important
portant important meeting.

Those in a wedding mood .ven .vender
der .vender about how much to buy io.:
the home. In bathroom linens
experts sugges, at least three sets
of bath towels, hand towels an I
face cloths a person a week. This
is a good start to which friends
and family, may add in the
bride's favorite colors.
No matter how protected far far-ments
ments far-ments may be from dus. and dirt,
you can't overlook the threat of
sunlight. Clothing that is stored
so it is exposed to constant sun
rays may fade.

White and light shades art
more practical in homes today
because of more cleanable fab fabrics.
rics. fabrics. Some even resist soil and
stains. While and cream shades

in rubber tile are prac ical now

since the tile mops clean.

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HARNETT & DUNN
INTRODUCING NEW DANCES

I

BOOGIE MAMBO

CHA-LAPSO

AND

"THE CHICKEN"

Become a better Ballroom Dancer, by
learning Rhythm, Styling & Phrasing.
Members of the DMA, DEA and TERPSICHOREANS
of CALIFORNIA. Balboa 2-4239

Naval Officers' Wives Club
Give Luncheon at fort Kobhe
The members of the Naval Offi

cers' Wives Club gave sn infor-rn-1
luncheon at the Fort Kobbe
Officers' Onen Mess for the wives
rl the Naval Officer n'ho have

arrived recently on the Isthmus.
Attending their first luncheon
and warmly welcomed were Mrs.
Michael Nash, Mrs J. R Mullen,
Mrs. J. K. Callangher, Mrs. C. T.
Fontaine, Mrs. E. B. McConville,
Mrs. E. T. Willey. Mrs. E. S.
Bathke. Mrs F K. Canidy, Mrs.
F. F. Drapper and Mrs. A. B.
Reynolds.
Miss Betty Van Osdol was guest
of her sister. in-law, Mrs. R. C.
Van Osdol.
A reluctant farewell was said
In Mrs. A. C. Boyette, Mrs. G. B.
Barr and Mrs. F. D. Furey who
will be leaving the Canal Zone in
the near future.

The door prizes were won by
Mrs. John dartman, Mrs S. G.

Blouin and f'rs. G. H. Hamilton.

11 (Continued en Page 7)

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A JAMESTOWN, N.Y

writes as follows:
'I don't know if you approve of
the bidding but anyway South
landed in three nn.rxii mn and I

opened my jack of hearts.
'South won with t.ho

jled the ten of diamonds. Dummy

piayea low ana my partner took
his queen and returned a heart
which South won with the ace.
'South led a second diamond
and it was ud to me to msb that

discard best calculated to get a

spaae lead trom my partner. Ob-
viouslv. I should riiesearrt a heart

but which one, I finally hit on

uie ten spot. This play clearly
told partner that I did not have
the king because certainly with
king.ten I would have thrown' th
king rather than the ten.
"It did not work o t that way.
South let my partner win his

King ana oack came another
heart whereupon declarer pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to make his contract.
'My partner claims that t

should have pitched the deuce of

nearts. is ne right?
Yes! East nrnhahlv shnnM ki

led a spade after any heart dis.

cara dui me ten spot discard cer certainly
tainly certainly made it hard for him. The

aeuce aiscara wouia have made
things crystal clear.

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West

Pass
Pass

A tKJ7 453 QJ65
What do you do?
Too already decided
not to try for ratne.
TODAY'S QUESTION
West bids three hearts. North
and East pass. What do you do
now?
Answer Tomorrow

LEAP INTO MARRIAGE Showing-what the well-dressed
bride and groom will wear in one case Alberto de Cristo Cristo-foro
foro Cristo-foro adjusts the parachute harness of his fiancee Bianca Cap Cap-pone,
pone, Cap-pone, 19, in Turin, Italy. The couple will wed in an unusual
manner this month when they and paratroop Chaplain Lino
asso jump from a plane. Bianca and Alberto hope to be man
and wife by the time they reach the ground.

'
I nle'WMriH tBtMefl Law''

North Best South
1 IV Double
2 Pass Pass
Pass Pass 2 N.T.
3 Pass ?

Kansans Flee As
Floods Continue;
Other States Hit
ST. LOUIS, July 17 (UPI) -SEven
hundred persons fled
chest deep flood waters at Fort
Scot, Kan., yesterday and more
floods swept through parts of Mis.
louri, Illinois and Pennsylvania.
A series of cloudbursts started
flash floods on small rivers and
creeks from the Great Plains to
the Alleghanies.
Kansas got the worst dousing
a seven inch downpour which sent
the Marmaton River and Black
Flood Creek pouring into Fort
Sc)tt, a city of 10,800 persons
near the Missouri border.
National Guardsmen moved into
the swamped city to aid in the
task of evacuating 700 persons
most of them from the suburban

Belltown district. More than Inlf

of the Belltown residents were
moved out and sheltered in a
high school and auditorium.

Another crisis built up in Penn.
sylvania, where a state of emer emergency
gency emergency was declared in the flood flood-swamped
swamped flood-swamped city of Sharon.
The Shenango River and" its
tributaries went over their banks
in the wake of tornentlal rains and
poured into business places and
halted traffic in Sharon. Flood
waters were at their highest point
since 1913 and damage was esti.
mated at $500,000.
In Illinois, where a flood-caused
explosion killed six persons at
Streator earlier in the week, the
Wabash was climbing rapidly at
Mt. Carmel and volunteers were
hard at work sandbagging the
city's airport. Flood water were
reported over the runways and

mocked toma country roads.

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.... ullIlg lne renearsai lor the commence
ment exercises she hiked up her gown and took advantage
of the cooling breezes.

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FLYINC CARD This is the new five-cent airmail postal card
which will be placed on first-day sale al Wichita, Kan., on
July 31. The stamp printed on the card is red 'in color and is
similar to the four-cent airmail stamp for post cards

Platter Party

At Margarita

The Cristobal Council liijl,
Knights of Columbus, will aain
sponsor a platter party for the
teenagers of Margarita, Coco So
lo and Gatun tomorrow nisiu at

the council hall in Margarita at

7:30 p.m.
The teenagers take the record
and the council supplies the ice
ord player, hall and refreshments.
A previous platter dance waS he'd

on May 2.Co.chairme n are Jcn

Blanchotte and John Zaharevich.

Easy Way To Kill
Roaches And Ants

Scientist recemmend that yea eon.
trol reerhes and ants Ihe modern
way with Johnston's NO-ROACH
Bruthed )ut where yon want It
(table lea, rahlnets, sills, asphalt
tile, etc.). The colorless coating kills
these pests. It's effective for asonthtt
sanitary, and easy io use.
a oi. ate.: pint l.ss at Bella Vista
Supermarket, and all local commie-series.

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New CUTICURA TALCUM
Acts like Magic

It's the softeit, finest, moat delightfully
fragrant talcum you can buy. At the same
time it is lastingly deodorant and antisep antiseptic.
tic. antiseptic. Yes, magical C-8 (Hexachlorophene)
in new Cuticura Talcum keeps the akin
fresh and sweet, relieves sunburn, prevents
and relievea heat tttirn and other skin
Irritations. Wonderful for baby and every everyone
one everyone Buy Cuticura Talcum today.

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Tnmmt Plitttr Party evening oi jury is at mt en men
The Cristobal Council 1689, from 8 until 10. AH friends of the
. , , .1 ,,a Vmiritc -rp invit.prl to attend.

KJBlgniS 01 COlUlTlDUl, IS anvuifi .... ......... 'I
teen age dance on Friday night, Rev. de Smidt served as pastor
thTlsth of July at 7:30 p.m. at.of the Gatun Union church trom;
the Council Chamber in kargarWMa M .1945. Dunng hi. Uy on
la (the Isthraua he gathereu material
This ii open house for all the for his book, "Among le J1
teenagers from Margarita, Coco ua dians of Panama which
tfftfiWiSIB "e the 11 o'clock hour of Jrc .ship
record-player, hall and refresh m Sunday at the Gatun Union
ments. Church. i

This is a repeat of the dance1 "TumLk
held on the 2nd of May which Mr. And Mrs. Ha Ittt

wc c.mh b nor and cnioved

hv an manv nf thp VOIinS DPODle

Co chairmen Jean Blanchette
nH Tnhn 7 a h a i-a virh antifinate

this affiar to be an even greater

success. The word to me ieen-ag
era is spread the news.

Mr. and Mrs. C F. Hallett ot

Gatun gave a "sock dance as a

surprise birthday part lor uvm

Mice Kn Ai-pnnuri!. vvno

lis visiting here trom Middleboro,

Mass. It was sua a mo mrmu-y.
nnect vn Judv Hallett. Bar-

i.k.i r.v P.milv Ibara Reynolds, Pam Terriault,
,5gg P.r V. 'Pat B4iley' Lyn" Cfin' Cathy
Lavlnf Par Vacaan a.hurv. Karen Mcllhoney. Arthur

f Wertien Ton,
their children Kathleen. Eileen my Dugan, J mmy McGio w Bud
and Kevin, are Wj LSaSffi

aDoara tne ranam uner Ancoo

for a six weeks vacation iney

will visit in New York Citv. Phi

ladelnhis. Washington, D C, and

Annapolis. Maryland.
Durine the absence of Scout

master Richard E. Cox. Boy

Srnnt. Trnnn 1 nf St. Marv's Par.

Ish, will meet under the guidance
of Explorer Advisor Hirum C.

Searcv and Assistant scoutmaster
Joe Stabler. On Wednesday, July 23, at!
u:0U p.m. the faiiama Canal Nai i
Raurn From Vacation ural mstory society wih nold its t

airs, James rrice inn hci sm jm meeuug ai me jswisu
and daughter have returned to: fare Board USO building in Bal.
their Bella Vista home after a! boa.

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Historical Society

Will Hold Meetinq
Wednesday At JWB

SHOPPERS' DELICHf-
Surplus wartime blhiipi may
be in demand if this startling
lashion. seen recently in Ascot,
England, finds favor with the
women. Mrs. Jack L. Lotinger
was the proud wearer of the
traffic stopping, polka dotted
creation. Looks ideal for carry-
ing home tte family groceries. ;

Panam

Line Sa

.lings

their Bella Vista home after a
vacation of several 1 weeks spent

In the Carolinas and Alabama

On that evening Mr. J. R. dt
GiUiiinioiia. a ioiiu lime memoei

....... .... L7. I 1 of the society, will speak on the

nniiini mtrciwni nnnw Kh.l (t .UP UlOIW Ot OU'.'I

Birth of Daughter usi.rn National Parks" as rt

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Mil- th ol lojr
chell of Campo Alecre. announce j," 3

the bir'h of tneir rirst enna. a;
daughter, Ann Elizabeth, at San in his traveling, Mr., de Gru.
Fernindh Clinic on Tuesday, July i muiond has covered many o the
15. Mr. Mitchell is the local man- National i'aks and Monumeuta.
a?er of Sears Roebuck, Mrs. Mit- and has accumulated a fine co'
chell. Is active in the community i leciion ol colorea sliaes of liie
as president of the Women's Aux. beauty spots. He staled that the
iliary of the Balboa Union Church. lecture ould consist mostly of the
i showing of these slides.
Miss Palacio Rtturni Some ol the places which will
From Texas be represented are:
Miss"' Rosa Palacio returned yes.j
ter day morning from a trip to Yosemite Valley, Bryce canyon,
Costa rica, Guatemala and the0n Canyon, Grand C a n y o n,
United States. Mis? Palacio went! Ml. Raniei. Crater Lake. Lassen
as a delegate to the Soropti mist Volcanic National Park," The Had
Intern'fonal Convention in Hous-; Lands, The Black Hills of Sodth
ton, Texas. Dakota, Mt. Rushmore National

Monument, Kings Sequoia, and a
ifew slides of the coastal redwooc'

groves.

de

Recaption to be hald for
Rav. And Mrj. Do Smidt
The Rev. and Mrs. ec

merlv of Gafftn, wUl arrive teday
for a three nthek visit. Members
of the Gatun Union Chutch have
planned a reception to welcome

A'-

firinil" nnmer Mf

manv nf niir memhprs are on v

cation in the States. Those who
are here are urged to attend this
meeting and bring visitors.

"PEEK" OF FASHION This
straw ht, which comes com com-pleto,
pleto, com-pleto, w-ith sunglasses,' puts them
all in the shade. The peekaboo
eyes belong to Mary Lou Rhodes,
who's modeling the hat at
Cypress Gardens, Fla.

The Panama Liner Cristobal If
scheduled to sail from Cristobal
Saturday a ternoon at 1 o'clock
with 157 passengers for New York
and six passengers for Port.au.
Prince, Haiti.
Among the passengers for New
York are Harold N..Feeney chief
of the Contract and Inspection DL
vision, accompanied by his inrec
children.
Sailing for Haiti are Mrs. Ruth
Ashley; Mrs. Dorothy Kirkland:
Mrs. Elizabeth VReichard and two
children; nd George Stillman.
The complete advance passeng passenger
er passenger list for New York follows:
Miss Caroline A. Albertis Com.
fort; Frank J. Ammirati; Mr. and
Mrs. Wesley H. Bailey and son;
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Barrett Jr.
and seven children; George ''.
Baichelor; John Bateman; Miss
Florence Beaver; Mr. and Mrs.
Edward P. Boarini; Dr. and -Mrs.
Herman Bolker; Miss Anna
Brandt; Mrs. Dorothy Bright and
two children.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Jr. Carroll
and five children; Miss Marguer Marguerite
ite Marguerite Cassidy; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
R. Chadd and two children; Fran,
cisco Chaverri; Mrs. Jean Clark;
Miss Margaret Coleman and Miss
Helen Coleman; George H. Cot Cotton;
ton; Cotton; Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Cox
and three children; Mrs. Alice D'.
Alba; Mr. and Mrs. Richard J.
Danielsen and two children: Mr.

and Mrs. Joseph L. H. Demers;
Miss Jean Dickson; Clarence L.
Dimmick and dasghter; Edward
J. Donode; and Mrs. Marguerite
Douglas.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Egan
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M Eg Eg-gleston
gleston Eg-gleston and five children; Mrs.
Mildred Fagan; Harold N. Feeney
and three children; Robert L.
Fortune; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Fulop and three children; Col.

,and Mrs. Thomas E. Flynn; Sal.
vador G. Geardi; Miss Ru'h Gluck
, man; Mrs. C. Gorman; Miss Cath.
erine Gorman; Miss Laurette
'Gums; Miss Anne Haberle; Mrs.
'Rhea Haiby; Mrs. Anna Hess;

Donald L. Hughes; ,J. H. Jham Jham-gimal;
gimal; Jham-gimal; Mr. ana Mr. Hendrick
Johnson; Mr. and Mrs. David Kel.
leher and daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Gregory E. Kenmington and three
children; Miss Jean Kierman; Mr.
and Mrs. Edward T. Kirchmier
and daughter; Mrs. Rosa E Klein;
Michael S. Klipper; 'and Mrs. Har Harry
ry Harry Kuhn.
Yane Leves and two children;

Mrs. Gertrude Lowe, Miss Lydia

Lukaisch; Brian H. Lutz; Mrs.
Mary A. McCullough and three
children; Miss Mary Maxwell;
Mrs. Ethel Monell; Robert W.
Ness; Robert G. Ness; Matthew
Olwell; Douglas M. Pajak; Mr.

ana Mrs. oamuei rarmu; iven.
neth R. Pearl; Mr., and Mrs, Paul
Porter and two children; Clifford
Prunier; Robert H. Rathgeber, Jr.

William Reynolds; Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Rosenberg.
Irl R. Sanders, Jr.,; Philip D.
Sanders; Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Schick; Mrs. Josephine Schmitt;
Curtis H. chwarzrock; Mrs. He Helen
len Helen Sellers; Mrs. Margarite Skov;
Miss Eleanor Skov; Miss Marga Margaret
ret Margaret Skov; Howard Toland and
three children; Mr. and Mrs.
Earl H. Turner and son Ms
Johanna Van Den NieWboer; Miss
Anne Wigon; Lawrence T. Wilder;
and Miss Adele William.

Wiffet Sa

If you want to make a good im

pression as a couple
Don't indulge in lit.le digs at
each other in front of friends,
which you try to pass of as kid kidding.
ding. kidding. The answering look of re
sentment or the hollow laugh or
the sharp remark in retaliation
will make everyone uncomfortabe.
Don't argue over such minor
points as whe her the incident one
of you is relating took place in
'52 or '53. Nobody really cares but
the two of you, and if you want
to argue the point, wait until you
are alone.
Don't bring your in-laws into

the conversation unless you intend
to build them up. In-law criticism
marks you as a couple lacking in
loyalty.
Don't reveal each other's faults.
Instead, do our best to put e.ich
other in a good light and empha emphasize
size emphasize each oiher's talents and Uka
ble qualities.
Don't order each other around.

No matter how gracious you ar
to friends, if you aren't courteous
to each other you will appear
rude and boorish.
Listen attentively when Hip oth other
er other talks. A bored, "I've heard all
this before" look on the part of
one when the other is telling a sto story
ry story puts the one talking at a dis disadvantage.
advantage. disadvantage. Don't interrupt each other's con conversation
versation conversation to help tell a story with.
"You're leaving out the main
point," or. "That's no the way it
happened."
Lauch at each other's attempts
at humor.
Don't correct each o t h e r's
speech, manners or call attention
to a faux pas or tactless rem;:rk
by commen.ing on it. If you keei
still, maybe it will pass unnotic unnoticed.
ed. unnoticed. Even if it (doesn't, you needn't
embarrass your husband or wife
by calling more attention to his
mistake.
Don't miss a chance to giv
each other a build up. The beticr

you make each olher look as in individuals,
dividuals, individuals, the better you'll look as
a couple.

Secret Of Youth
Don't Get Bored j
By GAY PAULEY
NEW YORK (UPl)-Lynn Fon
tanne says her secret of youth
is wrapped up in one rule:
'Don i get bored."
"And funny thing," added the
long time actress who rates as
one of the all time greats of the
theater, "in the last couple or
thrte years, I confess I am occa
sionslly bored.
"You may see me beginning to
break up. And she laugned
heartily.
I don't think so. Frankly, 1
hope I look as young and have as
much vim when I reach her age,
whatever it is.
"Questions about how old I am
are questions 1 never answer,"
she said in on of the rare inter interviews
views interviews she has given in rcrent
yars. v
"I don't really remember how

old I am," she insisted. "I'd luve

to count back. I haven't discuss
ed age since I was 19."
This, she said, may be an"0J

trie h outlook" on the passage of

time, but it s more funthat way.
And you'll hava trouble looking
me up."
"Now with Alfred it's differ different,"
ent," different," said the British born ac actress.
tress. actress. 'He comes from Milwaukee

and it s easy to check." Alfred

Lunt, her husband for 36 years

an d her acting partner for 34, was

born in 1893, according to 'Who's

who in America." Her listing

gives no Dirthdate.

Born while Queen Victoria still

reigned Lynn Fontanne has act

ed since childhood. She came to
America in 1916 as a protege of

the iamous actress, Laurette Tav

lor. She and Lunt first teamed in

"The Guardsman" in 1924, and

have rarely been separated since.

inis spring mev opened in a

new dramatic hit, 'The Visit,'

and in a Broadway theater nam

ed for them. After a brief sum

mer vacation at their farm home

40 miles north of Milwaukee, they

will re open in the play August

20.

"We always talk about retiring

from the theater when were tir tired,"
ed," tired," said Miss Fontanne.' "Right
now, all I want to do is sit and

stare. I love not to work. 1 like to

play scrabble and do all the idle

things. Cooking bores me, so i let

Alfred cook. Why shouldn t I.

he's a graduate of the Cordon

Bleuu cooking school. But I'm one

whale of a seamstress.

"I'll tell you another theory I
have about stsving young," said
the actress. "A woman's neck
and iawline are very imnnrtant.
. .and unfortunately, also the first
to go. All my aduit life I've exer exercised
cised exercised the neck muscles by stretch
ing my head back, and I mas massage
sage massage with cold cream as I
stre'eh.
"Not too much at first, three or
four times," she cautioned.

I "Work up to seven ho eight

stretches,
i "And make it a ritual, ivery
night of your life."

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PAGE EIGHT
TOT PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
f HURSDAY. JULY 17,
NL Pennant Answer Lies With
LEADING
HITTERS
( Bd on 200 official bat bats)
Question Of Who Is Loop's
Best Lefthander May Decide
j Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

Span Or Antonelli

V

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, July 17 (UPI) The question whether
k a" i i n c r, .-. Cranricrn P.iantc win thp

ie iviiiwauKee Braves ui
l&tional League pennant may

Whether Warren Spahn or Johnny Antonelli is the league's

st left-hander.
' Spahn, the "Old Master.
Antonelli. the "Young Star
and
are

definitely the strong men of their Louis Cardinals, 6-5, while Anto Anto-resnective
resnective Anto-resnective Ditching staffs. At 37, nelli went all the way as the Giants
fiX has a 116 record that has drubbed the Philadelphia Phillies.
Kr.T'l,,, ninth 20.92. The victory was Spahns 50th

ill III wen uu "-a j
Wctorv season. And, at 28, An.
fconelli has a 10-7 mark that gives
him a good chance to chalk up the
third 20-win season of his career.
Both star lefties came through
yesterday to keep the two top con con-fnrirs
fnrirs con-fnrirs onlv a half game apart,
the Braves with a .556 percentage
and the Giants with a. 548 marie.
Spahn, aided by lateinning re re-lief
lief re-lief support from Don McMahon
Toronto Cuts
Montreal Lead
To Five Games
NEW YORK, July 17 (UPI)
file Toronto Maple Leafs are win.
ding the close ones as they at
tempt to move back into the
International League pennant race.
i The Leafs scored once in the
teighth inning Wednesday night to
defeat the Buffalo Bisons, 6-5, tor
their third straight one-run deci-
Ision over the New York club. Tt
Was also the sixth time in their
last nine games that the Maple
Leafs had won by a single tally.
! Rockv Nelson hit a two-run horn
fcr his 28th of the season to
liishlieht a fifth-inning five run
outburst by Toronto. The Bisons
' i i 1 1. ,1 nmA ..... air
easeu uacn mou uie .-
fuit drives by Lou Ortiz, Bobby
morgan and Luke Easter but the
Leafs scored once in the eighth
fnnine to take the decision. Toron
to now trails the league leading
Montreal Royals by five games.
I In other contests last night
feochester defeated Montreal, S.2.
behind Cal Browning: Miami beat
Richmond. 6 4; and Columbus
napped a six-came losing streak
py edging Havana. 65.
J The linescores:
Montreal 000 002 000 t 6 I
Rochester 000 '00 20x 5 11 1
F Rbe. Faust (5), Jancse (S) and
TeH; Brownin" and Katt. LP
Babe. HRS Oliver, Koranda.
Buffalo 001 001 '005 10 0
Toronto 000 050 Olx 6 9 1
Newtek, Nagy (7), Rodriguez
tg) and Holton; Minarcin, Tiefen Tiefen-uer
uer Tiefen-uer (7), Dixon (9), Scantlebury
(9) and Thompson. WP Tiefenauer.
F-Nagy. HRS-Nelson, Ortiz, Mor
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Richmond 000 000 0404 8 0
Miami 005 010 OOx 6 9 0
K Wiesler, Parsons (8) and Oldis:
McDermott. Mason (8), McCall
fr9) and Coker. WP McDermott,
SiP-Wlesler.
R.Columbus 6, Havana 5.
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UlATk H AT M v

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eventually be answered by
turned in the 240th victory of his
career as the Braves beat the St.
,. .. ,!.-' j:
of his career over the Cardinals,
who scored all their runs in the
third inning.
The Chicago Cubt, presenting
almost as surprising a pennant
threat as the Giants, moved to
within 2-Vi games of first place
with a 5-4 and 7-5 sweep of the
Cincinnati Redlegs and the Pitt
sburgh Pirates beat the los An.
geles Dodgers, 7-4, in the other
National Leagua games.
In the Americar League, the
New York Yankees held their 12 12-game
game 12-game !ead by shading the Detroit
Tigers, 3-2, as Bob Turley beat
Jim Bunning in a brilliant strike strikeout
out strikeout battle. The Boston Red Sox de
feated the Kansas City A's, 5-2,
the Baltimore Orioles scored a 6-5
victory after a 5.1 loss to the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox and the Washing Washington
ton Washington Senators rallied in the ninth
to down the Clevela ndlndians, 7.
6, in other A.L. activity.
Eddie Mathews hit two homers
and Hank Aaron and Bill Bruton
one each to account for five of Mil
waukee's runs and deal A. L. cast-
off Chuck Stobbs his second
straight N. L. loss. Ken Boyer's
grand slam homer lifted the Cardi-
inals into a 54 third-inning lead
but Mathews and Aaron hit suc successive
cessive successive homers in the fifth to give
the Braves their margin of victo victory.
ry. victory. The Giants backed Antonelli with
a 14-hit, attack that included three
hits each by Willie Mays, Willie
Kirkland and Orlando Cepeda.
Mays drove in two runs with a
double, had two singles and stole
a base as he lifted his average to
.344. It was the fifth straight de defeat
feat defeat for the Phillies.
The Cubs rallied in the late in.
nings of both games. Bobby Thom
son's two-run homer in the ninth
won the opener and then singles j
by pitcher Bill Henry and Tony
Taylor climaxed a three-run eighth
inning rally in the nightcap. Don
Elston picked up his seventh win
and Henry his second for the cubs.
Bob Friend won his 11th game
for the Pirates behind a 13-hit at attack
tack attack that included Frank Thomas'
26th homrr and other circuit biows
by Bill Mazeroski and Hank Foiks.
The Dodgers, who moved into sev seventh
enth seventh place for a few hours aiier
Cincinnati's double loss, dropper dropper-back
back dropper-back into the N.L. cellar.
Jerry Lumpe's three-run hom homer
er homer proved the difference for the
Yankees as Turley won his 14th
game, high for the majors. Tur.
ley, who struck out nine com.
pared to Bunning's 10 strikeouts
in seven innings, was tagged for
m two.run homer by Frank Boi Boiling
ling Boiling in the second inning.
Ike Delock scored his ninth
straight victory of this season am!
12th dating back to last season
when the Red Sox staged a flas'i
four-run outburst in the sixth in
ning. A triple by Bill Consolo and
Jackie Jensen's two run double
were the big blows off 41 year old
Murry Dickson. Leo Kiely shut out
the A's for the' last three iiuiing.;
to preserve the win for Delock.
Pitcher Jack Harshman knocked
in four runs with two homers t'i
win his own game for the Orioles
aft- Dick Donovan pitched a sev.
on hittor fnr the While Sox Billv
Goodman, Sherman Lollar and!

Earl Torgeson had two hits Mrh''1" pucning to tnem, ne says,

for the White Sox in the first
game.
Roy Sievett hit his second two
run homer of the game as the Sen Senators
ators Senators rallied with four runs in the
ninth. Sievers' 23rd homer came
off Ray Narleski, who replaced
Don Mossi with two out and one
runner aboard.
Sports Briefs
INDIANS' PROTEST DENIED
CHICAGO (UPI) Will Har Har-ridge,
ridge, Har-ridge, president of the American
League, has refused Cleveland
Manager Joe Gordon's protest in
the 10 0 loss to the New York
Yankees last Saturday. Gordon
complained the game should have
been called because of poor play,
ing conditions.
TRADE FULLBACK
CHICAGO (UPI) Fullback
Johnny Olszewski was traded by
the Chicago Cardinals to the
Washington Redskins Tuesday or
rookie tackle Bob Preston and
choice draft pick next year.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
G AB R H Pet.
Musial, St. L. 76 272 41 99 .364
Mays, S. Fco. 83 331 70 114 .344
Dark, Chi. 68 274 34 92 .336

Ashburn, Phila 81 324 47 106 .327
Walls, Chi. 86 344 63 111 .323
Skinner Pitt. 78 294 53 94 .320
Hood, St. L. 63 207 27 66 .319
Cepeda, S. Fco. 82 331 52 103 .311
Anderson, Phila 75 281 42 87 .310
Banks, Chi. 85 341 68 105 .308
AMERICAN LEAGUE
G AB R H Pet.
78 313 55 103 .329
Power, Cleve.
Runnels, Bos.
Cerv, K. C.
Fox, Chi.
Kuenn, Det.
Goodman, Chi
Ward, K. C.
Williams, Bos
Jensen, Bos.
Malzone, Bos.
78 296 51 97 .328
77 286 57 93 .325
86 339 47 109 .322
72 279 36 89 .319
52 200 22 63 315
74 249 32 78 .313
78 250 48 78 .312
83 296 54 92 .311
84 342 48 105 307
HOME RUNS
National Leagut
Thomas, Pirates
Ba"nks, Cubs
Walls, Cubs
Cepeda, Giants
Mathews, Braves
26
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19
Amarican League
Jensen, Red Sox
Mantle, Yankees
Cerv, Athletics
Sievers, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
27
21
23
23
17
RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Thomas Pirates
Banks, Cubs
Cepeda, Giants
Anderson, Phils
Walls, Cubs
73
r,9
57
56
Si
American League
Jensen. Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
Sievers, Senators
Lemon, Senators
Mantle, Yankees
Lollar, White Sox
G1
64
53
53
19
49
LEADING
PITCHERS
Based on I decisions)
National League

W L Pet.
McCormick, Giants 7 1 .875
Farrell, Phillies 6 2 .750
Phillips, Cubs. 6 2 .750
,Koufax, Dodgers 7 3 .70.1
Semproch, Phillies 11 6 .617
Spahn, Braves 11 6 .647
American League
Delock, Red Sox 9 8 1.000
Turley, Yankees 14 3 .824
Sullivan, Red Sox 8 2 .800
Hyde, Senators 6 2 .750
Ford, Yankees 11 4 .733

Player Of The Day
FRANK LARY
Frank Lary of Detroit could be
come a rich man overnight if he
cared to sell his patent on how to
stop the Yankees.
No American League pitcher
does the job more ef'ectively than
the hard throwing Tiger right righthander
hander righthander who has a lifetime rec.
ord of 14.4 over Casey Stengel's
crew.
Although he wilted in the 90 90-degree
degree 90-degree heat and needed relief in
the eighth inning Tuesday, Lary
was credited with his fifth
straight victory over the Yankees
this season in a 12-5 triumph by
the Tigers. It was also his ninth
win of the campaign.
Lary insists he tries no harder
against the Bronx Bombers than
he does against the other clubs
in the circuit.
Myoe i m a little more care-
because they have more eood
hitters than the other clubs do. I
know I always like to pitch
against them."
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neginning Aug. s. Ed Otto, vice
president of the National Associa Association
tion Association for Stock Car Auto Racing,
said he expected crowds to aver
age about 15,000 for the Thursday
ana Saturday night events.
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FIRING AWAY Ray Crawford of the D Bat'.ery, 764th AAA Battalion cage team fires one
from the corner in Tuesday's PAAF Cage Tourney clash with the USNS Rodman quintet at
Fort Clayton's Reeder Gymnasium. Crawford threw in 22 points to help pace the D Battery
cagers to a 73-52 win. D Battery has lost once in the double elimination tourney which will
continue through this week. The Fort Clayton Hawks and the Albrook 5700th Support Squad Squadron
ron Squadron are the only undefeated teams at this point.

Today's Kid Basketball Stars
Are Bigger, Better Than Ever

Jackie Burke Players' Choice
To Win This PGA Tournament

By OSCAR FRALEY
HAVERTOWN, Pa. (UPI) For.
mer champion Jackie Burke, rid.
ing a hot streak, was the players'
choice last night on the
eve of the PGA golf championship
to capture the fOur.day scramble
for $4,300 top money and one of
the game's most coveted titles,
The handsome, curly haired
Texan romped home in the In Insurance
surance Insurance City Open, most recent
event on the tour. And his sub-par
practice rounos at Llanerch Coun Country
try Country Club moved him into favoritj
ism over such other choices as
three-time winner Sammy Snead,
leading money winner Arnold
Palmer, U. S. Open champion
Tommy Bolt and Frank (Muscles)
Stranahan.
There was no assurance that
Bolt, slated to tee off at 1:15 p.m.
(e.d.t.), would be in the field. He
arrived in a cordial mood and
tried the course but said he
"can't say anything" until after a
hearing before the executive com.
mittee later in the day. Bolt faces
suspension for "conduct detri.
mental to golf" but the betting
was that he would be let off with
a reprimand and would start as
scheduled.
Meanwhile, the pros were look looking
ing looking forward to a birdie barrage

So. Assn. Directors Agree
They Can Operate In 1959

By WILLIAM TUCKER
ATLANTA (UPI) Southern
Association directors agreed yts
terday they can "definitely" opur
ate again in 1959 and approved
an exhibition gimmick that would
make Abner Doubleday do a dou.
hie spin in his grave.
President Charley Hurth, re.
elected unanimously to his fifth
straight three year term, saio
members of the AA circuit will
be permitted to stage five-inning
exhibition games just before any
regularly scheduled game, effec effective
tive effective immediately.
These exhibitions will throw the
staid rules cf base"ball out the win.
dow, all for fun. Unlimited substi substitution
tution substitution will be permitted and, for
speed.up purposes, the batters will
get only three balls and two
strikes.
In the most drastic departure,
pitchers won't have to stand up
and let their rivals throw the ball
past them. Only eight players per
team will come to bat, with the
hurler getting a rest when of the
mound.
"And they say that baseball
never tries anything new," com.
mented Hurth.
The stunt is frankly a crowd.
attracting idea for the financially,
harried circuit. It will be used to
test crowd and slayer reactions.

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with estimates on the winning
score ranging as low as 270
which would be 10 shots under
par for the four rounds. The 40th
annual tournament shifts from
match to medal play lor the first
time. Practice round scores in the
mid-60's were common as they
tuned up over the short 6,710-yard
par 35-3570 layout.
, Llanerch is a short, tight roll,
ing course and only the front nine
is considered by the fairway way.
iarers as a fair test. Yet Burke
was three under par on the front
side' of his first trip over the
course plus a final tuneup 67 as
everybody was "eating up" the
back nine. The course record of
65 was believed certain to go as
the pros play 18 holes from Thurs.
day through Sunday with a play,
off, if necessary scheduled for
Monday.
Former U. S. Open Jack Fleck
fired a 68 even though he "wasn't
playing particularly well" and
said that although the greens were
handkerchief-sized it only made the
birdie putts that much shorter.
Lionel Hebert, the defender and
one of 11 iormer hampions in
the field, picked 274 as the possi possible
ble possible winning score and after a
week of practice at the course
said his game was "in fine
shape."
with the results to be studied by
aseball men everywhere.
Earl Mann, president of the
Atlanta Crackers, hosts for the an annual
nual annual Southern All Star game
last night, is expected to be
the first to stage one of the ex exhibitions
hibitions exhibitions before a regular Cracker
game.
Mann has long advocated "two.
platooning" a baseball squad so
that a good pinch-hitler can be
used as often as needed, defensive
iineups can be inserted as needed
and pitchers won't have to go
through the agony of trying to hit.
Hurth emphasised that the ex.
hibitions will be strictly that and
noted that baseball is always re.
luctanl to change its basic rules
going back almost to the day
Doubleday invented the sport.
The Dixie directors, Hurth said,
agreed at their closed meeting
that not only can they survive this
season intact, including weak sis sister
ter sister New Orleans, but will go to
the post with the same lineup of
cities next year.
The directors voted to start the
Shaughnessy playoffs this year
after only a one-day layoff at the
end of the eason. The second
playoff will be arranged by the
two surviving teams.

By OSCAR FRALEY

NEW YORK (UPI; Talk all
you want aboul the "good ok.
(ia. a anu uie athieuc marvels 01
the pail out me valuing Hiu
Sciiool All America oasketuaii
team in adenaanee ai the AU-tar
Game Oners prooi again mat Uie
kids of today are bigger and bet better
ter better tnan ever.
These kids range in size from
6-1001, 9,! inca jerry Lucas oi
Miduleiown, Ohio, down to the
"miage.'' of Uie group, 6-iuOi
Doug Mills ol Gaiesuurg, ill.
And they can do things wun
a basKetoali wnicn have all the
colleges in the country drooling.
Pick almost any sport anj
you'll find that th. modern
youngsier can run rings around
the old-timers while munching
a ham sandwich.
Bob Mathias was only 17 when
he set a world record in the murd
erous 10-event decathlon to win th
Olympic championship. In the
process he made the immortal
Jim inorpc, one of the most, fab fabulous
ulous fabulous iron men of the past, look
like an anemia victim.
Jim Lee Howell, the New YorK
Giants lootoall coach, was some
pumpkins just a decade ago as a
pro tootball lineman. He was 220
pounds of muscular fury. But he
admits that, in the pro game of
today, he d have been "too slo;
for offense and too light for dc,
,ense."
D.f.nsivt lin.men seal. 2J0
pounds at a minimum, going up
to 250 and 260, while the "light"
220 pounders who play offense
have to be able to run like pan panicky
icky panicky thieves.
The four-minute mile, long con considered
sidered considered merely a dream, has been
broken 39 times by 18 different
runners; the seven-loot high iunn
is a reality and weight lifters of
tne current era are hoisting loads
which would put Atlas to shame.
"You can claim that boxecs
aren't what they used to be, but
this is, as much as anything, an
economic advancement. The big
boys are there. They'd understand understandably
ably understandably rather be bond salesmen tnan
nose bashers.
Consider these high school bas basketball
ketball basketball players.
Lucas, who is headed for Ohio
State, played on teams which won
76 straight games before losing in
the semi-finals of the Ohio state
high school tournament. It was the
first losing game in which he ever
had played over a six year junior
high and high school career.
Mills turned down pitching
bonus offers from the Cardinals
and Yankees to enroll at Illinois.
H. it a low 70 golf.r and was
all stale high school quarterback.
Also on the team was 6-foot, 2V-t-inch
Cincinnati-bound Tom Sizer,
one of Lucas' teammates at Mid Mid-dletown;
dletown; Mid-dletown; 6 foot, 5 inch Norman
Grow of Foley, Minn., who is an
amazing 70 per cent shooter, head headed
ed headed for Minnesota ; 6 6 Armand Reu
of Troy N.Y., a brilliant student
who will matriculate at Notre
Dame; Bill Lefevre, 6-5 of Albany,
N. Y., enrolled at Montana SUte;
6-4 John Kelso of Fort Wayne, Ind.
also one of the best quarter
milers in the state, and Willis
Thomas, 6-3 of Los Angeles.
They're big and good in the mod modern
ern modern manner.
YANK E t LIFf SAV1R
New York (NEA) Bjrne Du Du-ren
ren Du-ren saved 15 games m the New
York Yankees' first 80 decisions.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

W L Pet. GB
Milwaukee
San Francisco
Chicago
St. Louis
45 36 .556
46 38 .548
'a
24
5
SVi
6
8Va
S
45 41 .523
3? 40 .494
41 43 .488
38 41 .481
38 46 .452
38 44 .457
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Los Angelas
Cincinnati
Today's Games)
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (N i
Philadelnhia
(N) r ""fc"fc"
Cincinnati at Chicago
Milwaukee at St. Louis
Yesterday's Results
Philadelphia 000 000 2002 9 2
San Fco. 040 230 OQx 9 11 0
Sanfnrri R.S Mo,,.. r., u:i
i m r ""-j", dul duller,
ler, duller, Morhead and Sawatski.
Antonelli (107) and Schmidt.
(First Game)
Cincinnati 102 100 000- 7 0
Chicago 100 010 0035 1
Haddix. Jeffcoat (4 6) and Bur Burgess.
gess. Burgess. Phillips Hobbie, Elston (7-5) and
Neeman.
(Second Game)
Cincinnati 110 001 2005 11 0
Chicago 200 002 03x 7 10 1
Lawrence (7-5), Schmidt, Acler
and Bailey.
Night Game)
Milwaukee 220 020 0006 9 0
St. Louis 005 000 0005 13 0
spahn (11-6), McMahon and
Crandall.
Jones, Stobbs (02), Jackson,
Paine and Smith, Landrith.
Night Game)
Pittsburgh 7, Los Angeles 4.

Frick Says There Will Be
No Baseball In Ten Years
Unless Congress Aids Sport

j iinouinuiun yxjrit ominis ominis-sioner
sioner ominis-sioner FnrH C FHrlr nrorfictoH
UACUIMPTnM TTDT rf :
yesterday that "there will be no
baseball" within 10 years unless
Congress helps the great Ameri.
can sport to solve its most press pressing
ing pressing problems.
Frick told the Senate anti.mo.
nopoly subcommittee he was par particularly
ticularly particularly concerned about base baseball's
ball's baseball's inability to control what he
called "the radio-television inva invasion"
sion" invasion" of minor league cities with
telecasts of big league games.
He complained that the Justice
Department's anti trust experts
have vetoed every proposal by
organized baseball to save the
rapidly dying minor leagues by
controlling major league broad,
casts and telecasts.
He pleaded with the subcommit.
tee to approve a House passed
bill to grant organized baseball
and other professional sports im.
munity from the anti trust laws
in their radio-TV and other activi
ties.
The Justice Department and the
Federal Commdnilations Commis.
sion have come out gainst any
move to give organized baseball
unlimited authority to control
game broadcasts and telecasts.
But unless some such authority

Patterson Expects Toughest'
Fight Against Roy Harris

By JACK CUDDY
MONTICELLO, N. Y. (UPD-
Floyd Patterson said today
ne expects my toughest fight
as he broke camp and prepared
to head west for his heavyweight
title defense aeainst Rov Harris
at Los Angeles Aug. 18.
ratterson and his entourage
motored to New York City after
his last workout here at KiiUhor's
Country Club, where he has been
training since June 1.
He and five others will entrain
at Grand Central slat inn at i n m
tomorrow for Los Ang. When he
arrives on the West Coast Monday
Patterson will go to a training
camp at Oceanside, CaliL, 40
miles south of Los Angeles. There
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papers newspapers throughout the country
within minutes sfter the events
are run.
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"THE STRANGE ONE"

tar

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet.
G3
New York
Boston
Detroit
Baltimore
Kansas City
Chicago
Cleveland
Washington
55 28
43 40
41 41
663
518 12
500 13ft
40 43 .482 14ft
39 43 .474 15ft
40 45 .471 lift
39 47 .453 J7ft
37 47 .440 18ft
Today's Games (
Detroit at New York
Kansas City at Boston f
Chicago at Baltimore (N)
Cleveland at Washington (Nj
Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
Detroit 020 000 0002 3 0
New York 000 300 OOx 3 8 0
Bunning (7-6), Fischer and Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. Turley (14 3) and Howard.
(Night Game)
Kansas City i00 010 0002 It 1
Boston 000 004 Olx 5 6 0
Dickson (6-4), D?'ey and Chin
Delock (9-0), Kiely and Berbe Berbe-ret.
ret. Berbe-ret. (NigM Game)
Cleveland 010 000 1226 12 1
W.-shington 003 000 004 -7 J
Grant, Mossi, Narleski (10 7 1 am
Nixon.
Griggs, Hyde (6 2) and Court Courtney.
ney. Courtney. (Firs Gime)
Chicago 020 002 0206 9 0
BMtimore 000 001 0001 7 2
Donovan (5-10) and Lollar.
Pappas 63), Loes, and Trian Triandos.
dos. Triandos. (Second Game)
Chicago i?n noo 15 3 0
Baltimore 001 023 OOx fi IS 2
Shaw, Keegan (0-2), Moore and
Battey.
Harshman (7-7) and Courtney.
is granted, Frick said "within 10
years, there will be no television
problems because there will be no
baseball."
Despite this gloomy prediction,
Frick told the subcommittee he
believed a further expansion of
the major leagues is "inevitable."
He said this would come through
an increase in the number of big
league clubs rather than any fur
ther transfers of present fran"
cluses.
He said he looked forward to
the day when the two big leagues
would include 12 clubs each play playing
ing playing in six-team sections. He said
Sectional nlDvnffc u
- "-- a nruuiu pjUVl''0
needed additional revenues to fi-
au'L Payers' pension fund.
Although he has no veto power
he said, he is "definitely 0p
posed" to any franchise shifts
trom one-team major league cit
ies. He said specifically that it
would be "catastrophic" to re
move major league baseball from
Washington, D. C.
"Washington papers, p I e a s
copy commented Sen. JoseDh C.
O Mahoney (D.Wyo.), referring to
the recently abandoned moving
maneuvers of President Calvin
Griffith of the Washington Sena,
tors.
he will conclude his conditioning.
Patterson told a large group of
boxing writers at Kutsher's audi
torium that he considered Harris
his toughest opponent becausa
he's a mystery man to me."
The champion pointed out h
had never seen the challenger
from Cut N Shoot, Tex., in action
or in the movies and that all the
reports about him have been un unusually
usually unusually garbled. Some reports said
ne was a good puncher, others said
he wasn't, and it was the samo
way about all the other Harris
abilities, Patterson said.
He emphasized that Texas Jtloy
ws uic nisi man ne ever lought
as a professional on whom he bad
absolutely "no line."
Patterson, 23, and shooting for
his 34th victory in 35 fights, said
he was sure Rnv inM k.
m
tougher opponent than his last
miiwnr, reie u ariemachrr.
cause he had plenty of profes
sional experience. When Patterson
defended apainst lirinm,i,m .4
m ".""V1U.V1IL1 h L
Seattle last August it was Bada
iimi-nci a 111 31 pro Ilgnt,
Incidentally V I
thst Zora Folley, would beat Rade.
macher in their fight at Los An.
geles a week from Friday, largely
u.-auc ui greater experience. 1
The champion said he expected
his fight with -Hsrris to last its
scheduled 18 rounds although, "rU
try to knock him oqt at any timo
the opportunity presents Itself."

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THE PANAMA AMlJjtCAJI

PAGE NINE
THURSDAY, JTJIT 17, 19SI
Alt INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEB
ferson Guarantees Harris $100,000 Just To Show Up

Pat

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By HARRY GRAYSON
M0NT1CELL0. N.Y. (NEA) -Ah
Floy a t'aiierson conducted his
preliminary training in the Oat Oat-SKills,
SKills, Oat-SKills, iuj 1) rtma.o stood on the
porch of the white cottage off the
ivutsner's Country Uub volt course

j ueli venng his' customary tirade a
j gainst tne Interna lional Boxing

L1UD.
"Why," the crusading manager
was asked, 'are you guarantee guaranteeing
ing guaranteeing Ruy Harris, a rather uninod
and obscure contender, $100,000 to
tight Patterson?"
There's a new twist for voik-the
heavyweight cnampion assuring
the challenger a fat purse lor the
privilege ot taking a crack ti ihe
crown. D'Amato jumped at i lie
opportunity to attempt to explain
why he is jamming a match oe oe-Iween
Iween oe-Iween a New York developed alie
holder and a youn,j man who- has
never appeared professionally out outside
side outside of Texas into a crowded lxs
Angeles sports calendar on Aug.
18.
"In the first place," he replied,
'Harris is neither untried nor obs

cure. As ior pulling ihe malch in

Los Angeles, I have made many
concessions but felt I would be go going
ing going a little too far in taking Pit
terson to Texas. And it was the
IBC which jammed up the Los An
geles sports calendar as far as box boxing
ing boxing is concerned.

The swim suit with vest top is done here in two versions by
designer Kudi Gernreich. Figure-fitting suit (left) in orange
has five button top. Oxford gray version (right) is cut on
similar lines but has four widely-spaced buttons. Both are
wool knit suits and both are knitted to stay put, not merely
t look pretty.- By GAILE DUGAS, NEA Women's Editor.

by

Dan Daniel

Julius Helfand, chairman of the Hogan has that right. We cannor,t

Nuw xorK state Athletic Com mis

sion, today ended his silence on
tne granu.jurys revelations of
briDery and other corruption in
m'oiessional boxing in this city.

" l ip nnA.L me uanu uusiur iium

Brooklyn took the stand that nei neither
ther neither he perstoally, nor his four four-year
year four-year administration had o.en
thrown into a defensive posiion.
Bu. Helfand must have felt LLa,t
his political amhtions, dirtrted to
ward the bench, hardly had ocert
furthered by the indictment of
Bert Grant Samuel Crossne jtiias
Jimmy -White, r
"Mr. Chairman, ther obviously
have been many irregularities m
boxing in this state possibly riot
all of them listed in the office of
District Attorney Frank Hoan,
the interview opened.

summon anybody. The DA's

lice can do that

"1 said Patterson would fig'it
three times this year, signed Har Harris
ris Harris in May with the intention cf
lighting him in June, but the Jim
Norris crowd saw to it that we
had to keep putting the date back
Meanwhile, the World Champion Championship
ship Championship Committee announced that
Patterson's title would be vacated
if he- did not defend it by Septem September.
ber. September. The Monopoly hoDed to see
that our fight was put off until
then, and with the title vacated,
promote some sort of a champion championship
ship championship match of Its own.

"Los Angeles was flooded with
fight.! Tony An'hony C'al Brad,
Zora Folley Pete Rademacher.
; Paul Joraensen Ricardo Moreno,
I Carmen Basilio Art Aragon, etc.
The Combination mad sure (hat
j Al Weill did not get a license as a
promoter.

"But we're fighting anyway, and
! thit's why I'm naying Harris $100, $100,-000.
000. $100,-000. Let's say that we gave it to

! him ii st to be certain that ho
Legislature would not be deterred."

IT MAY BE YOUR LIVER

LULU OF A LEFTY Billy O'Dell has been recognized by baseball people as a remarkable
young left-hander for two campaigns, but Baltimore's dispenser of headache tablets had to
close out this year's All-Star Game in faultless fashion to obtain national recognition.

Yankees See Giant Threat Real
Small SF Park Worries Them

By JIMMY BRESLIN i Everybody else nodded. i The Giants, losers of 85 games
All season, people supposedly in; last season, seem to have taken
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Pills on hand. Ask your drugglai,

V

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ever used in tires

in

what must constitute the youngest

lineup in the major leagues.

Stadium, the case of the San r ran- victory ior gramea. m me sany
cisco Giants Is a bit more than weeks, Fred Haney quietly talked
strong-armed recruits giving the about the Braves.
Braves fits. I "When Henry Aaron starts hit-
. .. .' .... .1 .....Ml kranta e -J t rl iho ,11)11

me Yankees povuwm in muie we '. Rob Schmidt. 23: Jim Davenport

i ager. liaier on, ne n mc --. --- .-
iview. "We'll be all right, don't 23: .and Leon Wagner 22

" hp dirt Dut UI" UKU"

VYU1 1 J iJMavs.

Orlando

Alou. 22;

Cepeda is 20; Felix
Mike McCormick, 19;

terms. Money,

important

course.
"How many seats they got out
there?'' Eddie Ford asked in the
dugout while the Yankees were
waiting to go out for infield piac
tice.
"Thpv havp 23.000. at least

that's what I read," somebr dy worry aboul it.

grunted from the end of the

bench.

"You're not going

! had a look at the club in spring

At Las Vegas, a bookmaker ,., training in Phoenix, is not sur
sisted, "The Giants had too much 1 prwed by the showing,
early luck. They 'U wind up stru??-! Most o the big wri(er, g0 to
ling for the first divreion. Don I Fiorif)a pverv spring." he was siy-

orry aboul it. n "and they write about what

But the Yankees tnougms aieithpy spe down there The Giants

I rne most meaiuiiBiui. ....r., j' iand Cubs got tne brush off be be-tn
tn be-tn kpI rich i eet them thinking of money, you !,. uj .,, (um s in

laying a World Series m a park' are doing something worthy of part o the puhlic winds up think.

Hi

Ttrtstont
RUBBER X

i'

ike that," Ford mused

more than passing note.

of

ing they had nothing.

43' 40a
41 43

' 'Precisely what facilities for
policing voiir area of regulation
are available to you? How come
all of these jobs skulduggery lwv!
been going on under your very
nose without detection?"
"If vnu mean, do I have a priv

ate FiBI let me say that my in
vestigating s'aff is practically nonj

fxisiem, '':-m much good could be accomplish

nave OOiy. w " L-fl if tho mW hnvina ..mmil

If, as a result of their investig-1 nyborty else. Patterson n i a s n i

ation, in which we have been lougnt anyooay as gooa as tiarns
giving our full cooperation, un-l An1 maybe he can t fisht as ood
savery characters and underworld j as lheJ' sav ne ? what happens
fiirnrcc art. driven nut n( hnvin,. hen? I fot 3 kid Who IS hart (0

LAS BOWLING LEAGUE
(Final Results)

58 l
54 30

been associated with Octopus, lnc Mercurio Jewerly
the embattled D'Amato comment Cervera Balboa
ed that he had been very coopers- Rodelag
tive. i j Smoot and Paredes
And Harris' handler sees very La Mascota

good reasons for going along.

"Unless Patterson is about to t
srtnw that h'is We great cham-
niwn tViAtf fall lie V, ft it flion thic

kid. Hsrrif. has a big chance With only four men, but bowl bowl-vieini
vieini bowl-vieini I inir like chamos. the Marldi.ro

"Under 'he circumstances it steam took three points

would be sillv for Harris to box a

'Could the State

amend the hnvini, ,uw in tyiu u

the vital powers which we now!' Reminded that Lou Viscusi, ve ; Marlboro
hor.if'1 t di,ht it m.h teran manaeer of Harris, long haSiRambler, Hull Motors

"Contrary to widespread belief,
the Commission is not a law, en
forcement agency.
"frank Hogan is an outstanu
ing DA, dedicated to his job, uns unswerving
werving unswerving in his duty. 1 welcome
his action, and that of the Grand
Jury because, with their powers,
they Ire in position to effectiv effectively
ely effectively investigate many things whicfi
the Commission quite obviously
could not dig into.

38 45

38 46

! Volkswagen w

Marlboro 3, Mtreurio Jewerly 1

"But I remember the first day
I was there I see this Cepeda beat
Ainu in a race to first base. Ce Cepeda
peda Cepeda starts jumping up and down
as happy as a guy can be. I hr.d
out he couldn't believe he could
heat Alou. They all had respr A
for Alou. And he didn't figure
this year. It got me to thinking.
"So I go to Whilev Lockman

....... ..-.i I. u: u,... tu i- .. 1 ..

ano fareues, n was up to uil'auioi ami mm mui -"
and Brabo with 406 and 346. R'vm8 the M trouble Ihe
i Cards'1' he says. 'Forget them.

They're not strong enough. You 11
see that in August This club here

u,ifti- ,cc,,rftH thoir memheruiis a way better. You watch, this

Fagundo rolled 436. For Smoot j

Rodelag 4, La Mascota 0

they will have performed a real

public service."
Calls for Conference of

Major Commissions.

to one

fmm thp Mercurio Jewerly, to

finish four points over the second
place team. F. Domingues bowled
456 and C. J. Spiros finished with
431 for Marlboro. It was up to F.
Martinez for Mercurio with a 457
series while A. Garcia rolled 380.

Rambler Hull Motors 4,
Volkswagen 1

fiht and has never yet had to pt
all nut. Mavbe T go a better fight fighter
er fighter than Patterson. So. let's go and
H out and Bet paid $100,000 for

it."
t n., vi.nni u nnfAd in the hnk The Rambler. Hull Motors team

Helfand then made an import i busting business for making sharp i took all four points from the
it announcement. He said that! dPu i "forfeiting" Volkswagen, 'howev

er. C. Paolt was tnere ana ne

.mn rail for detective duty

fo-vimission has no financial (acu

ities for an FBI, and our bulge!

provides for no such statt.
'The Commission is an admin administrative
istrative administrative body set up for the re regulation
gulation regulation of boxing in this state.
an-1 we must work within the
boxing law.
"However, let me refer you to

sions of the United States jouned
in a conference for effective c
tion against the thieves in boxinj,
and toward much more conceited
and powerful direction than that
offered by the loosely organised
National Boxing Assn.
"We are badly in want of closer
cooperation among commissions."

Helfand said. I tried tn set up a

This is another one.

' .. innmnapt nmnncr the Mow Vnrl-

THIS Commission s elimination oi -" 1 n i a

Connecticut commissions soon
after 1 took office. Our meet.ng

tr-ft Rnxinc Guilci of New York,

and our setting forth certain evid
p in our report of Dec. 12,
4935."
Pleads Limited Powers.

When asked if he

Field & Stream

The Best Salmon River
in Norway
By AL McCLANE
Fishing Editor

GRONG, Norway (NEA) Alt I

"ulJ.;H er pursuing every tacKie snop;

uy owner in Oslo, it was the unani

would as!

promised success. But

thereafter, wuue ''enDcrg,. decision that there wouldn't

KtTirr b. any. salmon fishing available

iT'"vi' "" on the Namsen River.
New Jersey as a promoter. ..T.rrihfr n.nsive."

I 'IV 1 A l "I'M "VJ OW'

Gov. Harriman to recommend i IJ JrmJzZ5Z and furthermore, "the Namsen is

twlotsrv chanee which wotii'

make, it possible for the Commis Commission
sion Commission to organize its own FBI. Helf
and replied, "That's a difficult
question. Even if we had a larga
corps of investigators, we R'lH
would run into the fact that under
the law, our powers are limited.
1 "For example, the Commission
has no right to grant any witness
immunity. It i obvious that

Hytnie Walhnan has recoiveu
guch promise of freedom from
prosecution.
"If we catch an offenoer, he
need not reply to our questions.
He may plead the Fifth Amend
ment. The District Attorney and
the Grand Jury may give him 1m
munity a very iipnortant factor in
ferreting out malefactors.
v "Another thing. The Commis Commission
sion Commission has no power to tap wires.

among commission

hparisi Knl if some outstanding

i. ... .... u-iiii .r vance.

iiUlr, in ua aay '.,wv. tHiimi'i?
of Michigan, who boxed in his
Princeton days, were to issue a
call for a meting I would be glad
to participate.
"No matter what happens in the
current investigation, unless box boxing
ing boxing promoters and mrnaers, vho
by their conduct raise or lower the
integrity oft he sport, bar unsav unsavory
ory unsavory characters and cleanse box
ing of underworld connection the
things that have produced the In-

ad.

On thing we have learned :n
Norway, however, is that if you
talk with enough people, eventu eventually
ally eventually one has a solution. The piv
otal character in this case was 8.
BjerVe, a tackle dealer in Namsos.
A telephone call to him revealed
that there was fihing available
through The Grong Gard Hod.
Fly to Trondheim via SAS and
take the train direct to Grong.
The hotel is really a farm with

Whatever
Happened to .
WALT TROJANOWSKI
In the days when Davis and
Blanchard were running wild for

Ariy football teams, Walt Tro.

janowski 01 tne university oi
Connecticut iterally ran away
with collegiate scoring honors
(1945) for both major and minor
teams. The 191.pound Trojanow
ski scored 132 points that year on
22 touchdowns In eight games. He
thus became the first and only
Connecticut player ever to com compete
pete compete in the East.West Shrine
Game at San Francisco.
' Whatever' iiannened to Walt
, 1 it, I II.... :

i t Trojanuwssir vyan lives

Bridgeport, ton"., where he is

associated with his brothers i
real estate n action and in insurance
surance insurance business.

is rooms for euests. The rate is

In short, of boxing in New i'ork 00lur,s

doesn't purge itself there will be wim mea s. uw

s flnek of hills in Alhanv to LIU : runs anotner live oouar

the boxing law.

GUN C'-UB
NOTES

BALBOA GUN CLUB
After removing the remains .f a
small snake, a swarm of bees and
a few termites from the fuse box,
and correcting some amateur
wiring left in the button pull 'vox.
the Skeet Range Is ready for any
kind of a shoot.
At 10 a.m. Saturday, July 10,
the traps will be open for begin beginners
ners beginners and those who want to learn
the fine art of breaking trap and
skeet targets, without having tn
help oav for nrtres usually won

by the crack shots. Regular shoot
ers are welcome to come and
learn along with us beginners.
At 2 p.m. the traps will be open
for any kind of competitive shoont
ing. the traps are set fo- W
yards, handicap, doubles, skeet,
and razzle-dazzle. If there are five
shooters birds will be regis! red
according to scores shot accord

ing to A. T, A. rules.

The

farm has about six miles of river

and the Namsen is the best salmon
river in Norway.
Madame Grong, who tends to
the needs of hungry anglers, owns
all the fish caught by her guests,
which is equitable, as she renals
the river. You can catch add photo,
graph ish to your heart's con content.
tent. content. We have taken five satmm
here so far, running from 18 to
22 pounds, but some larger ones
were caught.
The Namsen is a broad, heavy
stream with wide pools that drop
off td 20 feet along the edges.
Consequently, most fishing must
be done from a boat. There are
stretches which can be waded,
and later in the summer when
the water is low, many runs are
ideal lor the boot fooled caster.

Between 15.000 and 20,000 am

nion are caught on the Namsen
each year, which indicates a high
fish production. The record for
this stream is a salmon of 70V
pounds and your chances of nsil
ihg a 50 pounder are better than
average.
AlthouTh fly fishing provides
the mo:, snort in August, ear'v
season rcgubrs are partial to

spoons and p.ujs.

4 1 Of o fifth spot. La Mascota lin

ished in "one from the bottom"
but only 12 point from Smoot and
Paredes. Davili rolled 414 and
Arriola 403 for Rodelag while

Nunes finished With 478 and L.
Vargas 360 for La Mascota.
The bowling banquet took place
Saturday night at the Albrook
NCO Open Mess. Tony Fergo was
on hand to receive the first p. ace
team trophy and passed Marlboro
cigarrettes to every "bowicr"
present.
Mr. and Mrs. Hull were pres presented
ented presented with the second place team
trophy. Mr. and Mrs. Illueca ac accepted
cepted accepted the plaque for Cerveza
Balboa. Luis Friedman was pres presented
ented presented with the plaque that be belongs
longs belongs to La Mascota and M.
Kleishman received one for Volks
wagen.
E. Montoya received the trophy
for the best single game, while G.
Torres was second best in this de
partmenl. A. Taylor rolled the
best series and M. Serna rolled
the second best. They received
was the most improved bowler.
M. Nolla received a special
award: the greatest "bawlcr."
C. J. Spiros, H. Hermann, H.
Hervey, H. Navedo and F. C. Do Do-minguez
minguez Do-minguez were crowned champions
and were presented with the in individual
dividual individual trophies for the first
place team The runner up t:am

G. Torres lead his team Cerve-lalso received individual tronhies,

za Balboa to the fourth in the! Their team members are: A.
standings open until the finil ; Taylor, M. Serna, R. LaGrange,

night, and finished with 404 while F. Megron ana l. uennez.

rolled for Volkswagen: hadn't
been declared "forfeit" Volks Volks-vfagen
vfagen Volks-vfagen took one point on paper and
lost one by only two pins. Ony
Benitez for the Ramblers want wanted
ed wanted to see his series "printed",
the rest of the team assured us
thai they will be satisfied know
ing they won four; Benitez series:
404. Paoli finished with 402.
Cerveia Balboa 4
Smoot and Paredes 0

club 'will be there all the way.'

"I start watching the club and
I come away with the idea it is
a real good one and'-if it gets
some pitching, watch out."
This is exactly what everybody
in the National League is doing

right now.

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WASHINGTON (UPD-The Cen Census
sus Census Bureau estimated yestenlay
that as of June 1 the nation's po
ulation stood at 173,888,000.

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jnfl white, radio, power steering;
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FOR SALE: 51 Kaiser standard
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FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Victoria
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FOR SALE Morris Minor 1951
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after 5:00 p.m. Excellent con condition.'
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convertible, duty paid $250.00.
Tel. 82-5282.
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Cermick, Mc-Cermick, )r., deceased, car may
be inspected in the parking lot
ef the District Courthouse, An
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through Friday, July 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. IV Keys in possesion of
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through July 25, 1958 by mail
by the undersigned at the below
address.
Terms cash. Sale to be confirmed
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Dfv paid will trade. Tel. 2-
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Century, duty paid, with radio,
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Warciano Sets Out
As Potato Promoter
l GREENSBORO. N.C. (UPD-
Ret'red heavyweight champion
I Rocky Marciano set out today as
V potato promoter
He began a tour of supermar supermarkets
kets supermarkets in North Carolina, Tennes.
I gee and the Virginias autograph.
Mfrg 10-pound bags of "carefully se.
J"lfected" potatoes that carry a pic pic-Iture
Iture pic-Iture of Rocky in fighting pose, a
'picture of his championship belt
tllnd 'a list of his fights over a
triiSne-year span.
"We're just in the preliminary
i!ataees now . just fighting t h e
'four.rounders," he said in telling
'newsmen of plans for his Salem
fTat, packing partnership. "Rocky
lijlareiano Enterprises, Inc."
jj From potatoes, hi" and partner
njim Cerniglio plan to branch on'
iflto packing onions, tomatoes and
citrus fruit, some of it from farm?
they own in South Carolina. Vir-
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IN MEMORIAM Honoring their country's fallen heroes.
South Korean children arrange flowers at the graves ot the
Armed Forces Cemetery on the banks o the Han River near
Seoul. Nationwide memorial services marked the sacrifices of
more than 155.000 who died fighting communism in the Korean
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FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
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FOR RENT: Two Duplex apart apartments,
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House Approves Bill
To Set Up Civilian
Agency For Space
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House gave rocket swift approval
today compromise legisla
tion setting up a powerful new
civilian agency to command the
nation's drive to outdistance Rus Rus-sia
sia Rus-sia in the conquest of space.
Speedy Senate action also was
expected so that the measure
could be sent to President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower for approval without delay.
The President had proposed estab establishment
lishment establishment of the new agency and
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A Senate House conferenc
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bers chambers passed conflicting bills.
It was rushed through the House
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It provides for creation of the
National Aeronautics and Space
Administration and a nine. mem mem-member
member mem-member advisory council headed
by the President. The agency
would b built around the 47-year
OLD National Advisory Committee
for Aeronautics now headed by
Hugh L. Dryden.
Under the bill, the President
would resolve any conflicts arising
between the new space agency
and the Pentagon's Advanced Re Re-search
search Re-search Projects Agency which
handles missiles and other space,
age weapons research.
Such conflicts as a general mat matter
ter matter would center around whether
a space project was military or
civilian and which agency shoul
direct it.
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year of operation was authorized.
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about a half billion dollars. The ad
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No. 22.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre, op opposite
posite opposite Hotel Panama, nicely fur furnished,
nished, furnished, very cool room with deli delicious
cious delicious meals. European style. Pri Private
vate Private bath. Call 2-1789.
PGA ON TV
HAVERTOWN Pa. (UPI)-The
Professional Golf Association an.
nounced Tuesday the last two
rounds of its championship tour tournament
nament tournament will be televised by the
Columbia Broadcasting System on
Saturday and Sunday.
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave every Tues. and Frl.
FIDANQIJE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
the first and only
transistor
SPEED LIGHT
no more burned out tubes
guaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
only $27.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
Qeneral Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0R52
The New
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With built-in Universal
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Miscellaneous

YMCA SKIN DIVERS. We have
your choice ot equipment.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES CORP.
"J" St. I3A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
B E G I NNERS SPEARFISHING
OUTFIT Quality Italian JunyLux
Gun, Fini and Mask... $18.50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" St. !3A-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 sat, automatic rifle
and Ammo, movie camera, record
player, washing machine, vibrator
sander. After 6:00 p.m. 762-A.
Barnebey St.
FOR SALE: Iron safe 24x24x
32, metal 4 drawer file, dining
table. Call 599-L., Colon.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1958 AS 600 cc.
Good condition. Call Balboa
1649.
Ambitions Varied
In Contestants
For Miss Universe
LONG BEACH, Calif. (UPI) -The
average Miss Universe con.
testant here for the seventh an.
nual competition which opens
today is 19 years old, 5 leet
S inches tall, weighs 122 pounds
and has vital statistics of 38 23Vi.
36, a survey revealed.
Many contestants said they have
such old fashioned aspirations as
love and marriage.
Miss England, Dorothy Hazel Hazel-dine,
dine, Hazel-dine, 19, proclaims her ambition
is "to own a lovely convertible
car" some dayv
Miss Vermont; Doreen Patricia
McNamee, 20, wants "lo be a sec secretary
retary secretary for the FBI in Washington."
Miss Israel, Miriam Hadar, 21,
yearns "to become an internation internation-al
al internation-al lawyer."
Two Asian beauties held fast to
older traditions.
Miss Japan, Tomoko Moritake,
20, has the single desire of becom becoming
ing becoming "a truthful housewife." Miss
Korea, Keum Soon Oh, is deter
mined to be a "good mother."
Perhaps the most frank state,
ment came from Arminia Perez v
Gonzales, 21, who comes from
Cuba.
"I want to win the Miss Uni Universe
verse Universe Contest and get a Hollywood
screen test," she said.
ARNAV LEAGUE OF
FORT KOBBE
Teems Won Lost
Pin Splitters 23 13
Crabs 2H U'a
Hi Flyers 19 17
Cucarachas 18 18
Hot Rods 18 18
The Four 16 20
Saburs 14V4 21Vi
Final Drives 14 22
The Fours 3 Pin Splitters 1
The Pin Splitters gained ona
game on the runnerup Crabs, de despite
spite despite the fact that the Pin Split Splitters
ters Splitters were mishandled by the
Fours. As expected the Pin Split Splitters
ters Splitters opened the night's proceed proceeding
ing proceeding by chalking up a 70 pin win.
in which Joe Daloia featured a
209 game.
Then the unexpected happened
when auartet of The Fours, start
ed clicking, taking the next round
then finished the job in the third
set to by winning by a 113 mar margin,
gin, margin, which gave the Fours three
points.
Cliff Parker parked a 209 gam.;
in the finale and gave him a 50
set for the winning Fours. The
stars of the defeated Pin Splitl ;rs
were a lad and lassie, the toy
Joe Daloia 540 and the gal B'.a
Strode 534.
Hi Flyers 4 Crabs 0
The second place Crabs sufler-
ed a fate worse than that of the
league leaders, when they were
beaten quite convincingly by the
high stepping Hi Flyers, who ,re
making their presence felt in the
pennant race. The limelight "'a
focused on Flyer Leander M'.s
sev who scored 525 scratch and
597 hdep. And basking in his
shadow were his two companetoc
Ralnh Tin 11 with 545 and Bill
Bathhurst 511.
With such oerfomanee.i by the
big fellows, the other member ,(
the Hi Flyers Kathy Balhhu.'st
held back so as to soothe the
wounds of the Crabs. The losers
had one candidate for the e1it
society of "500". when when Leon
Smith reistered 519.
Final Drive 1 'Cucaaehej ?
The Final Drives lodged in (be

Home Articles

FOR SALE: 5 -piece Rattan set
livingroom. No American. Rea Reasonable.
sonable. Reasonable. Tel. 3-7387.
FOR SALE: One bamboo living
room sat, 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: Dinette set, like
new, 2 mahogany dining chairs
Sextant (Husox). Phone Balboa,
4475.
FOR SALE: Mahogany furni furniture:
ture: furniture: 2 end tables, coffee table,
2 bed frames, dish, maple studio,
couch, Jr. set of golf clubs, Ve Venetian
netian Venetian blinds. Panama 3-4870.
FOR SALE: Large mahogany
diningroom set. 1 China closet,
buffet with mirror table with six
chairs See at house 2314-A or
call Balboa Tel. 2413.
PURGE ARTIST in the wake)
of Soviet boss Nikita Khrush- J
chev's current "de-de-Stalini- I
ration" program, the sinister
figure of secret police chief
Ivan Alexandrovich S e r o v, ;,
above, has stepped into prom-i
linence in recent months. A
(collaborator with Khrushchev
in the purges of the 1930's and
the crushing of the 1956 Hun- I
garian revolt, Serov's rising 1
(star has focussed attention on J
jthe resurrection of the security
jforce. whose power was almost i
i smashed with the execution of
its former leader, Lavrenti i
Beria, two years ago. i
DIPLOMAT RETURNS
LONDON (UPI) Britain's am am-bassador
bassador am-bassador to Jordan, C. M. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, cut short a home leave a"nd
flew back to his post in Amman
today because of the Middle East
crisis.
cellar started in high gear when
they drove the tenpins off board?
with sufficient power to win by 40
pins. They duplicated this winn
ing effort in the next chaper, but
the margin was only 21 puis.
With thrs lead it appeared ajs if
the Final Drives were gojng tn
climb out of the basement, when
the swarm of Cucarachas began
chewing up the lumber and the
Final Drives were unable to cope
with the devastion and had to set settle
tle settle for an even split.
It was ladies night for the'di
carachas, because two of the fair
sex had it all over the strong
boys, Laurali iButtcrs battel ed
the pins for a 570 series, and Cor Corky
ky Corky Boyle was next in line with
521. Billie Beebe blasted 511 -to
save face for the men.
The Mathias family took charge
of final Drives attack when the
kingpin of the family. Bob, broke
through with 526, and the queen
pin Lou landed a 509, exactly the
same total as Andy Sterl sent in
to the league pencil pusher.
Hot Rods 3 Saburs 1
If it was not for three stubborn
pins in the finale, the Hot Rods
would have walked away with a
perfect session. Sporting the Sa.
burs 32 sticks per Tame, i they
look the opfner quite easily,
thanks to a 201 game by Tom mis
i homas.
In the next round thev slipped
by 121 pins, but the Saburs did
not take advantage of the lapse
and lost by 15 pins. With hot
Rods cooling off fast, the Saburs
took the final nnint hv thee throu
pins, whole team of Hot Ro Is
were nominated for the "500 A A-cademj"
cademj" A-cademj" awards. Tom Thomas
won the oscar for the leading man
with 609 handicap and 537 sera irh.
His little woman Dee took tha
leading lady Oscarette with 541
and in the supporting roles Fred
Kniv with 539 an-1 Stron wilh 524
had the honors. Fhr the Saburs,
who experienced a ronh nieht
Ray Burton came up wi'h 569 an
hit ifldv Arl wis hv his sie
wi'h 538, and' Ed Sack atacheo
away 51Z.

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Boats & Motors

FOR SALE: 14' Runabout, trail trailer,
er, trailer, 10 h p. motor $250.00. Und Under
er Under House 234-B. Coco Solo.
FOR SALE: 14' new Runabout
65" beam-made for water ski skiing
ing skiing will sacrifice. Tel. 2-2887.
Dogs
Boy Dachshund wants to meet girl
Dachshund. Object matrimony.
Tel. Panama 3-5742 after 6:00
p.m.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lots en the most
exefusivii, safe and atractivo
beach in the country on the
banks of the Corona river. A
private beach for property own owners.
ers. owners. Only 60 miles from the city.
Easy payment plan. For informa information
tion information enquire at Alfa Store, No.
29-110 Central Avenue. Phone
3-6153.
FOR SALE: Good Cattle and
Farm Land 33 Hectares, 1 mil
river on one side. LAS GUI AS,
65 miles from Panama City
$4,000 Box 2835 Cristobal C. Z.
Jock Would
Lift Curtain
OCEANPORT, N.J. (NEA)
From behind the Iron Curtain has
come 22-year-old Steve Lazok who
expects to ride during the huidle
season at Monmouth Park.
Lazok is Hungarian born and
came to this country last Septem
ber. The youngster was involved
rn the revolution in his homeland
in 1956. After escaping to Yugo Yugoslavia
slavia Yugoslavia he was able to fly to this
country under the, sponsorship of
a reiauve. ;
Lazok has ridden, 4o races, most mostly
ly mostly over hurdtes; H hopes to ob obtain
tain obtain licenses for hurdles and ilats,
Sports Briefs
RIDES FIVE WINNERS
STANTON, Del. (UPI) Jockey
Eldon Nelson booted home five
winners at Delaware Park Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday to run his string to nine tri.
umphs in two days. Nelson is
Delaware's top rider with 56 vic victories.
tories. victories. U. S. STAR WINS TWICE
HALMSTAD, Sweden (UPI)
Glenn Davis of Columbus, Ohio,
copped the 400 meter run in 47.0
seconds and the 400 meter hur
dies in 52.0 seconds Tuesday at
an international track meet. Dav
is is a member of an American
track and field sqnad which will
meet a Russian team in Moscow
July 27-28.
FOR SALE:
1955 PONTIAC
2-door Catalhia
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.

STEREO-RECORDS
3-D in SOUND
GRECHA has received an order of Stereophonic Records,
ihe last word in the phonographic trade.

With pleasure
this revolutionary

GRECHA, always ahead in record business
ENJOY BETTER MUSIC with STEREO-RECORDS

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 121 K CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
Will pay $10.00 for sharing un un-crowded
crowded un-crowded private car en trip to Da David,
vid, David, Chirlqui. Phone Hellmund'
2-2552, Ana Elisabeth Marti.
The Curundu Post Resteurant of offers
fers offers for bid the following articles
listed -below. Bids will be opened
at 1400 on 15 August 1958.
These articles can be seen at the
Post Restaurant in Curundu. Tel.
83-6205. 8 Bowling Alley Lanes.
WANTED: To buy three Wolks Wolks-wagen,
wagen, Wolks-wagen, CASH. Only Canal Zone.
Will see after 5:00 p.m. Mr.
Fonseca, Hotel Colon, Panama.
Phone 2-0770.
WANTED: Cook with good re reference
ference reference for small family. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-0345, during office
hours. Avenida Peru No. 20.
WANTED: 3 or 4 bedrooms
chalet. Call 3-1407.
LOST: Male eat gray with white
ring around neck and white chest.
Answers when called "Prince".
Call 2-3785 if found.

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WHO NEEDS IT? A blown tire doesn't faze the driver of this
Army mechanical mule during exercises of the 101st Airborne
Division at Fort Campbell, Ky. Sp3 Ramon Vega of Puerto
Rico simply removed the entire wheel and kept his company's
supplies rolling along on three.

Accept Own
HOT SPRINGS, Va. (NEA) -Mickey
Wright has advice for golf
ers who alibi their failures by cri
ticizing courses and spectators
The girl who quit Stanford for
a career in golf credits learning
to admit her own weaknesses ar,d
working on them for her victories
in the United States Womr-nV
Open and Ladies' Professional
Golfers Association Championships.
"There's a tendency among
some golfers not to accept the re
snonsibility for their own mis mistakes,"
takes," mistakes," she says. "Early this year
I had a miserable week in St. Pe
we will give you a FREE
system.
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SERVICES

3 -minute eat wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
ears $6. Auto-Bane, Trans-Isth
mian Highway near Sears.
TELEVISION SERVICE
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME, $3.50
You get service the same day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford 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 i
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
TELEVISION SERVICE
6 MONTHS CUARANTEE
ASK FOR MR. TV
PANAMA 2-3142.
Lesson
Accordion protesor Nelly Hof-
mann graduated in Germany will
give private classes te pupils at
their homes, in English, Ger German
man German and Spanish. Call 2-3193 in
office hours.
WOMEN'S WESTERN
Oak Park, 111. (NEA) -The 58U
Women's Western Amateur Goll
Championship will run the Wickj
ending July 26 at the OaK rarir.
Country Club.
ATHLETE OF YEAR
Champaign, 111. (NEA) Bofl
Mitchell of football and track was
voted Illini Athlete of the Year.
Mistakes
tersburg, finishing out of the mpa
ey. I was in a bad frame of mind
I was excusing my Dad score
poor play around the greens, alibi
ing that I was just having unusuai
trouble.
"Then I changed my thinking a-p
1 1 4 T J .,'
ucmi my m mi i Kiine. i maue uu
my mind that it was my own fau't.
I told myself before each shot tl.nf
it was my responsibility and
couldn't blame anything on thJt
course or anyone else.
"This changed attitude made me
work harder on short shots and
I've done better ever since.
demostration of
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ISTANBUL, July 17 (LTD The
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ma ll hailed the
Jitn American landings ir. Lei)?.
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east member of the pact. He
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I ulwarks of Western defense a. jcnargea against me U.A.K.
lahnt Communism in the Middle ("were officially denied by the
f'ast United Nations through the
Tne communique said the three first report submitted by UN
towers intended to develop amor.s Observers group sent by the
1-iemselves "collective security- s.r. security council to investigate
rangements of the most practical1 the situation in Lebanon."

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l eoopera-l ori I of countries who are also con
cerneri with the peace, security
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1 brit'al assassination of leadin!:
; Iraqi) personalities whose vilu
sble contributions to the delibtra
: on of allied members will 1.
;nv be remembered with nral.
tide."
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This weather report for the 24
I Otrfs ending 8 a.m. today is
ireoared by the Meteorological
ld Hyitrngraphif Branch of the
J'anania Canal Company:

Balboa Cristobal
'TEMPER ATl'RE:
High 81 85
low 74 fi
HUMIDITY:
High 100 88
Low 6" 87
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m-.v. mnh) NW-'8 N il
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WTER TEMP :
(inner harbors) 8.1 84

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52 P.m.
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Nasser cnarged mat me iana-

ing ot American troops in Leb-1 government house in downtown
I anon showed the United Statesj Beirut was reported at noon,
(intended "to subject and domi-i The Leathernecks already
nate" independent Arabz na-;had secured control of vital sec sections,
tions, sections, tors of this Lebanese capital,

The Arab leader issued nis
warning in a speeiii read over
Cairo Radio. The broadcast
made no mention of Nasser's
present whereabouts.
Yugoslavia Monday by
ter paying a visit to
He left!
ship af
Marshal
I Tito
Nasser said that in the
event of any aggression a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Iraq republic set
up Monday, the T.A.R. "will
carry out its obligations in
accordance with the rah col collective
lective collective security part" embodi embodied
ed embodied in the Arab League char charter.
ter. charter. He said the United States at attempted
tempted attempted to justify its "grave
i aggression" in Lebanon with "a
fabricated claim of interference
ny me united Arab Republic."
He added that the American
Nasser claimed that the
American intervention in Leb Lebanon
anon Lebanon was "a farce which
proved, if anything at all.
America's disregard for the
I'nited Nations charter in indeed
deed indeed for the very existence of
this organization and its
work."
In Beirut today rebel ma-

chinegunners appeared to have j knowledged that his dramatic
opened fire on a U.S. Marine I decision to send Marines to help
plane, but the rebels said they preserve Lebanon's independ independable
able independable aiming at something else.jence "may have serious con con-Rebel
Rebel con-Rebel chieftain Saeb Salem! sequences." But intelligence
told newsmen the machinegun-! sources did not anticipate any

ners
mnt
were aiming
house.
at govern-
The aircraft was one of two
Grumman Hellcats swooping
low over Beirut on patrol
while U.S. Sixth Fleet ships
were moving in this morning.
The plane did not appear to
notice the firing.
The fusilade of shots sound sounded
ed sounded as the plane ducked low over
tne hillside where the rebel
stronghold of Basta is located.
;lhe shots sounded as ir they
i came from a heavy machine machine-!
! machine-! Run.
j Salem said the firing was di di-I
I di-I rected at government headquar headquarters
ters headquarters which is protected by Leb Lebanese
anese Lebanese soldiers and that the hill hilltop
top hilltop gunners were not shooting
at any Marines.
So far there have been no
ineidents between the Ma Marines
rines Marines and the rebels.
Last night was comparative-
Senate Passes Ike's
Trade Bill Over
Velo Of Commilfee
WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate
le-ders of both parties, spurred
bj Ihe MicVust crisis, claimed
enough support today to
override their own finance com
miltee and give President Risen!
hower the reciprocal trade bill he
wants.
As Senate debate opened on the
House. passed measure. Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson
(lex.) predicted an '"effective'
bill would be passed without a
committee approved amendment
to sharply curtail the President's
land-cutting powers. Johnson dis
nuseo ne das taken
personal
eliminate
charg.? of the fieht to
the amendment.
Republican Leader William F
Knowland (Calif.) said the out
look was "very favorable" lor
killing the amendment, which was
n)okired hy Sen' Robert s- Kerr
Knowland said the adm.nistra
tion would not press for other Sen
ate amendments to strike objec objectionable
tionable objectionable provisions written in by
the finance committee Instead
he said, it would seek lo modify
the provisions in a House.Senat'e
conference committee
'Ihe House bill, passed over
wheimingly on June 11, would
give Kisenhowei ulm.mt uvr
! thing he requested, includinc
five.year extension of the recip.
rocal trade program. The Senate
Finance Committee chopped this
lo three years.
... wviu .Hdimi in ra. I. a
finance committee member, said
lie believed the Senate would go
along with the three vear provi.
sion. Bid he said the administra
tion hoped a conference commit
lee would compromise on a four four-year
year four-year extension.
Johnson said he planned "long
sessions" to nring the measure to
a final vole tomorrow lliut 'he
flood of early speeches indicated
this timetable might be shorten
ed. Some senators predicted a vote
tonight
The controversial Kerr Amend
men! would permit the President
to overturn a Tariff Commission
recommendation for higher tariffs
to prolpct U.S. industry only when
his stand was approved hv a ma
jortt. vote of the Senate an 1
House
The House bill would let stand
a presidential veto of a tari'f
commission recommendation un unless
less unless two-lhirdi of both houses
overruled it.

--
Wants To Subject Dominate Arabs

' ly quiet with only scattered
jshooiiug far from the Marine
positions. Sporadic tiring around
including trie harbor area. Ar
mored columns poured into the
city without resistance all
yesterday.
Last night some 50 Globe-
j master transports were ferrying
AfTYlV tmnnC nf tho T?irct Air.
vwKw w 4 i.uu

uwinc own; uiuup, iiiciuunig nonoway, commanoer oi me uve was tne army airneid of critical conference yesterday on
paratroopers, from Germany, I U.S. forces, brought ashore an- Rayak near the Syrian frontier the airport road to the city
through Rome and onward to other battalion of 1800 Marines and there the Syrian army mov- Chebab pledged the coope'ra coope'ra-the
the coope'ra-the east (yesterday while the first bat- ed up troops in battalion tion of the Lebanese army but
; jtalion swept through cheering 1 strength. 1 i suggested that the Marines
The Lebanese armv cooperat- crowds from the airnort to the! Another Marine battalion I

,ed fully with the Marine forces
as
wjcy owrL into oenui ana
brought
QrlnfhAf KnU-alinn rtf
itiiubiiV' i uanujiuu ui

Decision To Send Marines To Lebanon
'May Have Serious Consequences' Ike

(Continued from rate I)
The Lebanese government
asked President Eisenhower to
send in tne troops alter tne
anti-Western rebellion in Iraq
threatened to spark new explo explosions
sions explosions in the area.
Official Quarters here had
the impression the Soviet Un Union
ion Union would not risk war to pull
the United Arab Republic's
chestnuts out of the fire at
this time.
President Elsenhower had ac-
overt Russian action.
They braced themselves in instead
stead instead for a Soviet propaganda
barrage.
U.S. officials acknowledged
this country probably would
take a propaganda beating in
the Asian and African coun countries
tries countries as a result of the Ma Marine
rine Marine shipment to Lebanon.
But they said Eisenhower and
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles had no alternative be because
cause because the Issue at stake was so
immense and clear-cut.
Eisenhower and Dulles were
said to be convinced that any
further spread of the Nasser Nasser-inspired
inspired Nasser-inspired anti-Western revolution
must be stopped at this point
or the entire Middle East would
fall under Nasser's frantic na nationalism.
tionalism. nationalism. This nationalism is used In
turn by the Russians for their
uwn purposes.
With the Western world's
entire stake in the Middle
East In danger of going up
in the smoke and flames of
rebellions, the President took
the only course he could, of officials
ficials officials asserted.
Meanwhile the United States

in response to a warning from official reports from Beirut that
Moscow to get Its 5000 Marines the fact-finding U.N observa observa-out
out observa-out of Lebanon, to)d the Unit-; tion group already In Lebanon

ed Nations Security Council.
"We would like nothing bet better
ter better
U.S. Ambassador Henry Ca Cabot
bot Cabot Lodge made the state statement
ment statement after Soviet Ambassador
Arkadv A. Sobolev had read
a Soviet foreign ministry
warning that Russia would
"not stand by" In the face of
the landing of U.S. forces In
the Middle East.
NATO COUNCIL MEETS
PARIS (UPI) -The 15
NATO Council met here
nation
yes:er-
day and discussed the latest de
velnpments in the Middle East
crisis. The meeting was the coun council's
cil's council's regular weekly session, fol.
lowing up Tuesday's emerj?iency
conference on the Iraqi coup
ri.etat.

LhK5 .5rBLU uce WMk at h, stat University in Columbus they prepare to
fight the Civil War again, where a squad of Vnion infantrymen and thelrnMdeTOnL
Vance, drill with authentic 1863-vintage Springfield rifles Member rr ftSSSKSJI' i
national ROTC group drill, they call themselves th! OrSSSTof JSiSS
and march accord Ins to the book -it, ihi. Tv."r ZZl.l,.f! "e?"bItc'. .R.e?tored-

Confederate group
.quaes ieu nu nation, in the
batUe and drill competition

from transports
total landed to
3500
The Marine operation was
a triumphant opening note in
American intervention in the
Middle East crisis, but at the
same hour Syria was moving
up big army units to positions
on the Lebanese border barely
35 miles away.
The military phase of the
bold American action had gone
I nrltKn,,! rt KltU A ,1 Trt
1 Biuiuui a lutv ij num. uaiuco
city.
aui tne Dig ;esi or wnemeri
lfl,rt Hf Q rlr,ni. -.-.,. t ftUt UIn.J
tuc vio.iiiic uiuoi iiiii xiui&cu.
"in the concluding paragraphs
of the stnterient of the Soviet
'government which the Soviet
representa t i v e read," Lodge
said, "there occurs a sentence
which asks us to withdraw from
Lebanon.
"We would like nothing bet better.
ter. better. The resolution which we
have Introduced offers a con constructive
structive constructive way for us to do so."

men ashore
! bringing the

The resolution was a measure!1"? tht the observation group,

introduced by Lodge Tuesday
night, calling for creation of a
UN military force to seal Leb Lebanon's
anon's Lebanon's borders against infiltra infiltration
tion infiltration from the United Arab Re
public which would make it
possible for Washington to call
off the Marines.
If confronted Russia with
this dilemma: Veto the meas measure
ure measure for a UN police force and
the U.S. Marines stay in Leb Lebanon;
anon; Lebanon; epprove creation of the
force and the Marines will
pull out. Russia wanted nei neither
ther neither alternative.
Lodge presented evidence to
the council from UJ5. sources
In Syria of heavy Infiltration
of rebel aid Into Lebanon and.
appealing for adoption of the
resolution for a UN police force,
repeated that the U.S. Marines
would be withdrawn as soon as
the world organization could
take over.
The council agreed, on Jap Japan's
an's Japan's proposal, to adjourn until
later this afternoon without
voting on any proposal.
The proposal ran into bitter
oposition from Russia, luke lukewarm
warm lukewarm support from some of
Washington's anies and cool
ness irom secretary gen general
eral general Dag Hammarskjold in a
council session marked by
charges of "Hitlerism" traded
by Lodge and Soviet Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Arkady A. Sobolev.
Hammarskiold, referring tc
had
gained
access to all
borders, said
of
he
that
nation's
WJC Reports Jewish
People Scattered
GENEVA (UPI) -The world's
11,827,000 Jews are scattered
through 115 countries, and in 72 of
them they find no overt anti anti-semitism,
semitism, anti-semitism, the World Jewish Con Congress
gress Congress reported yesterday.
In Jordan and Saudi Arabia
Uews are barred entirely, and in
43 other countries they run into
anti-Jewish attitudes ranging from
private social bias to official gov.
eminent restrictions. These facts
were contained in a study pre.
pared by Dr. Nehemiah Robinson
director of the WJC Institute of
Jewish Affairs.
at the Unlv.r.ttV of Utk

... ...... vw uqwimrms ibo3 unii Manual.

last "skirmish'' between the two.

on rebel reaction If Hollowayi
j sends his forces out of the cap- j
,'ital toward the rebel stronz-

holds near the town of Tripoli,
or aiong wie Syrian poraer.
In Beirut itself, the Marines
stopped short of the Basta Mos Moslem
lem Moslem quarter where the rebels
held control. Rebel chieftain
Saeb Salem had threatened to
fight from house to house but
i he ordered bis men not to fire
as the Marine tanks, armored
cars, jeeps and trucks rolled in
r nn0niklA LIU
viic pwoiuc miciiuaii iujcv
; was still to be landed to brlnir
loiai strength to more than
CT AAA J ti ...
jiuv men ana it was Dt'iievea
felt the 100 man watchdog
team was "fully equipped to
play the part envisaged for it
in the total U.N. effort, with
its general purpose of insuring
against infiltration and the
j smuggling of urms."
But Hammarskjold hedged on
this apparent opposition by
adding:
"I hope that no later devel
opments will cause a setback
although neither in the past
nor probably in the future be being
ing being the only tool used by the
U.N. for the general nurnose
just mentioned, will retain its
key position."
Sobolev denou need the
American proposal and the
dispatch of U.S. Marines to
Lebanon while the Soviet For Foreign
eign Foreign Office in Moscow was
annou n c i n g that Russia
"could not stand by" if Wash Washington
ington Washington did not remove its
forces.
He said neither Hammarsk-
Jold nor the U.N. observer
group supported conclus Ions
that "massive infiltration" con
tinued across Lebanon's borders
from Syria.
Lodge then offered evidence
based on reports which "are
from official U.S. agencies and
most of them are from sources
in syria where the U.N. ob
server group, of course, has no
la-cinties."
Sobolev Immediately challeng challenged
ed challenged the U.S. evidence.
"This," Sobolev said, "1j the
big lv, tne nig cheat, (he big
mo.;iry which the United
States Is now using in order
to n-:a-.'?.e its own aggressive
purposes just as Hitler used
the hi lie ,o achieve his ag ag-grHii
grHii ag-grHii i purposes'
Sidewoys Sailing
Ocean Liner Being
Built In England
BARROW.IN FURNESS Eng
land (UPI) The first big ocean
liner able to sail sideways is un.
der construction at the shipyards
here, officials revealed yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. They said the new 40,000 ton
Orient Line ship Oriana will have
additional bow and stern propeller
assemblies designed for use in
confined waters and in slipping
the ship into pier unaided hv tugs.
PAN AM REROUTES FLIGHTS
PARIS (UPI) Pan American
World Airways announced herd
today that all its scheduled
flights to Beirut, Lebanon, were
being re routed to Istanbul until
further notice. The airline oper.
ates eight flights a week from Eu European
ropean European points to Lebanon.
rrsT'.SS
th. nuSE v-.I' -ul'"

the last units and supplies
might now be landed at the
docks instead of wading a a-shore
shore a-shore on the white beaches
as the others had done.
One armored det a c h m e n t
surrounded the residence of
U.S. Ambassador Robert Mc Mc-Clintock
Clintock Mc-Clintock arid was in position to
halt any rebel attack on the
residence of Lebanese President
Camille Chamoun next door.

Maj. Gen Fuad Chebab, com
rflflnripr in phist nf th T.dhon-
- ese army, met uoiiow&y in a
MnstPRrt of nniir.no- in in
vast m nmn nn Wniimro,, o
. J
greed
Lojjc snapped back:
- "I liiKot defer to Scbolev in
the -cri HvK;dg.i of Adolf Hitler
because nis government Wo
once an ally of Adolf Hitlet
when Viacheslav M. Malotov
made a pact with Joachim von
Ribbantrop of unfragrant mem memory.
ory. memory. "The United. States has never
been an ally of Adolf Hitler. So
ne Knows more about it than
GOP Command Arms
Members With Book
On l abor Unions
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Sen
ate's Republican high command
will arm GOP senators today
with a fat document with the pro provocative
vocative provocative title: "The Labor Bosses Bosses-America's
America's Bosses-America's Third Party."
As to be expected, it is a sharp
slap at the Democratic Party's
ties to organized labor.
While not carrying the explicit
endorsement of the Senate GOP
leadership, the book was prepared
by the staff of the party Policy
Committee.
It contains ammunition for use
by Republican Senate candidates
who want to make an issue or or
gantzed labor's role in politics and
its alliance with the Democratic
jrany.
"The book contains 159 mimeo mimeographed
graphed mimeographed pages, plus tables Com Compiled
piled Compiled Irom public reports filed by
labor political organizations under
icuerai law lo show
cafnnaien
contributions
and
other political
spending.
In the foreword to this indict indictment:
ment: indictment: The hold of the labor bosses on
the Democratic Party has, for all
practical purposes, rendered re
sponsible Democratic leadership
virtually impotent."
Besides the financial reports
the document contains section
on the hearings on the Senate
committee investigating labor and
management misconduct and an
other on political labor, activity
The section on the iffvesngation
deals only With what was -ailed
w !rrAStbi?,le Iead-ship" of the
United Auto Worker. u,h
'dent, Walter Heather hoc
favorite GOP target.
The section on labor political ac.
tivity describes the AFL CIQ Com Com-n
n Com-n Political Education
(U)Ph) as a "political action task
force.
But it adds that "COPE-while
it is by far the most highly or
ganized and most richly endowed
political machine controlled ex
clusively by the labor bosses-is
not the only political action group
Actually, there are some 4(1
acaian; (umoni out'its which, un
'aw, naw reported
spending millions of dollars for di
refct political action," the booklet
says.
TODAY-
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16 Republics
At Newest U S

Approximately 359 sUidents irom
jo American republics will be on
nana ior me opening ceremonies
oi me new class at the United
States Army Caribbean Sehool at
Fort Gulick next Monday.
Among 359 expected students
wiu be 104 officTTs, 248 enlisted
men and seven cadets who repre
sent the military forces of Rnlrvm
Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, E)
Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Hon Honduras,
duras, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Ve
nezuela and the U.S.
The orientation program which
is given to each entering class will
feature a welcoming address by
Lt. Col. Carlos Betances, chief of
tne school's technical department.
During the program the students
will be informed as to what thev
can expect, both in and out of
class during their stay at the Fort
Gulick school.
Students are enrolled m courses
in an or me scnooi s three major
aepanmems. students are enroll enrolled
ed enrolled in the following courses: the
cadet course, command and regi
mental and battalion staff, com communications
munications communications officers, engineer of.
ficers, infantry weapons, engineer
mw, iieia artillery advanced
course, light artillery mechanics,
Lover Come Back,
Begs Oscar of Wife
But She Says No
HOLLYWOOD, (UPI) Oscar
levant, acrd-tongued commenta commentator
tor commentator on the passing scene, said
last night he is trying to kiss
and make up with his estranged
wife June but she will have noth nothing
ing nothing to do with him.
"I've been courting my wife for
the last three days it's been
charming," the pianist told bi)
television audience! ."I beseeched
her in a lofty manner on my
knees to let me go home. But
she said no."
Oscar's attractive wife flhd
suit for divorce last week after
he had claimed she tried to kill
him with a pair of scissors. Mrs.
Levant admitted throwing a shoe
at her husband during as shouting
argument but denied she had
plans to harm him.
"I'm the Sherman Adams of
husbands," Oscar explained. "I
behved imprudently but I need
ner."
"Basic Laws
For The Wife
KINGSTON. N.J: (ITPD-Some
"basic laws for the wife", as
drawn un hv a school teacher in
the Fiji Islands, were made pub pub-lie
lie pub-lie by a marriage counsellor
yesterday. The laws were:
"Don't tell wife some story
about, some girl.i in past time.
'Don't growl at her when she
done something wrong. Wait for
time then growi.
"When he saying bad things,
don't hear that. Keep away from
her.
"'If she tell you somethmg
what she like, give it to her.
"If she disobedient for. three
times, then give "nnishineht."
Quoting the Fijiian laws was
Clifford Reeves of Washin'ton, Washin'ton,-D.C.,
D.C., Washin'ton,-D.C., who addressed the New
Jersey conference of Seventh Day
Advntists.
NEW CS NAMED IN KOREA
SEOUL, Korea (UPI) -Lt. Gen.
Robert M. Lee was named chief
of staf' of the United Nations
Command and U.S. Forces in Ko.
rea. Lee, an Air Force general
from Hinsdale, N. H., will take
over from Lt. Gen. Wilier E.
Todd tomorrow.

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Military f-elice enlisted course
radio repair sod tae wheel vehicle
mechanics course.
The mission of the United States
Army Caribbean School is. to
broaden inter American under under-standing
standing under-standing and offer the latest tech
nical information and instruction
on military skills to the American
republics.
Intermediate Range
Missile Fired
T
By Army At Cape
CAPE CANAVERAL, FU. July
17 (UPI) Th Armv Iml,,, l,-..k
ed an intermediate range Jupiter
i...juc in anomer of Its nose 0CM
recovery tests. Earlv indirii,.n
were that the test Was successful.
The 70-foot missile, used as the
"uclt"s for the Jupiter C which
blasted the first U.S. satellite into
orbit last Jan. 3L vaulted from its
launching pad in a glare of spot
lights at 4:0 a.m.. and soared out
over the Atlantic.
The Navy was carrying out re recovery
covery recovery efforts.
The Jupiter has been undergo undergoing
ing undergoing tests for more than turn v
It is expected to become
tional by the end of this year, when
15 of the rockets are scheduled for
delivery to crews in Great Britain.
President Eisenhower, ut a teie
vision address last fall, displayed"
the recovered nose' cbne of a Jupi
ter in a report on the nation's mitC
sue progress. He explained at the
time mat the recovery was a maj major
or major step in the recovery of paHistie
missiles. v
, This and similar tests are Im Important
portant Important Phases of this rnimtrv'
rocket research, since they aro
designed to ultimately solve the
problem of sending human beings
into space and then returning them
safely to the Earth. 1
. i am
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Hit Bottom In April
WASHtWQTOM fWPI) 4- fh
business, picture fook.oOB bright
hue today. Government reports
disclosed 'improvements in Indus
trial production, persona income
and housing construction.
Economists said, however, busi
ness probably will continue to iog
along at June levels, with custo customary
mary customary summer' slick teoporarity
offsetting upward forces.
Economists said that reports
yesterday on the economic front
virtually nailed down their con.
viction that the recession touched
bottom in April. They foresaw no
substantial upturn before autumn.
me sood news came from;
The Federal Reserve iBoard
which reported that factories and
mines expanded production in
June for the second month in a
row. The board's index of indus industrial
trial industrial production climbed to 130 per
cent of the 1947-49 average, four
points above the April low.
The Commerce Department,
which said personal income rose
again last month to an annual rate
of $3M, 800,000.000, a shade below
the all time high of August 1957 1957-Mpst
Mpst 1957-Mpst of the two hfjlion doRar
increase from May was in wages
and salaries.
The Labor Department, which
reported that housing starts In
June set a 34-month record. For
private starts alone. June saw ah
annual rate of 1,090,000 dwelling
units, the best performance in two
years. ?

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