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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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

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AN INDEPENDENT xHB.. DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Flood Nixes Students Views
On RP Flag, Spanish For CZ
WASHINGTON, July 23 (UPI) Rep. Daniel J. Flood (D-Pa.) in an address to the
House of Representatives today, rejected a proposal by Panama University students that
the Panamanian flag should be flown on the Canal Zone and by vessels in transit
through the Canal.
He also opposed the students' demands said to have been made during Milton
Eisenhower's recent visit, that the United States should abandon business activities in
the Canal Zone, and Spanish should be ado ptfd as the official language there.
Flood said that the Panama students h ave been injecting themselves not only into
matters of domestic concern but also into questions of foreign policy affecting the
relations of the Republic of Panama with the United States.
"The flying of the Panamanian flag in the Canal Zone and on vessels in transit
would institute a symbol of sovereignty that does not in fact exist," said the prepared
text of Flood's add rest.

"If this demand were ever ac acceded,
ceded, acceded, to, it Would be followed im
mediately by others for mineral
oil and gas explorations, .farming
and miscellaneous business enter enterprises,
prises, enterprises, as well as for settlement
for all lands in the Canal Zone not
in actual use for Canal or defense
purposes."
Flood stated that tho students'
proposal for adopting Spanish
as tho official Iangua9e of tho
lono is obviously doslgnod to
forco out North Americana from
omploynwrt In tho Canal outer-
"''Its effect, however, would not
itop there, for any such language
requirement would necessarily
apply to civilian employes of the
armed fences engaged in protect-

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pursuant to lw and treaty.
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"It is a Business proposition en entirely
tirely entirely distinct from the Republic
of Panama for the world com commerce,"
merce," commerce," he stated. As such, it
must be prevented from becom becoming
ing becoming the victim of further political
extortion."
Flood quoted (from a speech
made by President-elect Wil William
liam William Howard, Taft at New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, Feb. 9, 1909. which he
said has been repeatedly quot quoted,
ed, quoted, by Panama loaders out of
its historical context.
Taft said that under the treaty
with Panama the United States is
entitled to exercise ('in the Canal
Zone) all the sovereignty and all
the rights of sovereignty that we

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would excercise if we were sover

eign, and Panama is excluded
from exercising any rights to the

contrary of those conceded to

us."

British Troops

Make Big Sweep
Of Cypriol Rebels
NICOSIA, Cyprus UPIQ British
troops swept into the Troodos

Mountains yesterday in their oig oig-gest
gest oig-gest roundup of Cypriot extremists
in the three years of violence on
this island. More than 1,200 men
and women alrealy have been
placed in detention camps.
But fte raids, dped tc h;lt

I threatened new campaign by the
Greek underground organization

jcuAA, lanen to stop Killings ana
violence between the Greeks an)
the Turks.

Reply To
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(NKA Radio-Telephoto)
NEW IRAQI PREMIER Gen., Abdel Kreim Kassem, new Pre Premier
mier Premier of Iraq, carries a submachine gun to his office in Bagh Baghdad.
dad. Baghdad. Cairo radio said that President Gamal Abdel Nasser of
the United Arab Republic had signed a mutual defense pact
with the new regime in Iraq.

Khrushchev
Summit Meeting Probable;

But Next Monday Too Soon

WASHINGTON, July 24 (UP) The United States today beaan draftina for

submission to its Allies a proposed reply to Nikita Khrushchev on an East-West Sum Summit
mit Summit conference.

White House press secretary James C. Hagerry said President Eisenhower and
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles .were at work on a reply to the Soviet premier's
conditional agreement to meet with the West at the United Nations in New York.
Hagerry would give no hint as to the draft's contents. He said he did not expect
"any immediate answer" to Khrushchev because this country intends to consult its
allies, principally Britain and France, before dispatching a message to the Kremlin.
The general belief here was that a Summit meeting will be held but that issues of
participation, timing, and subject matter remain to be settled.
It appeared that Khrushchev's proposal that the meeting start Monday was out.
Both in London and Washington the belief was that all the necessary arrangements
could not be made by Monday.
Pi!lSL5SVe,0pJ1?nt.s elsewhere: ,vnd 'he limits originally pn no? In Moscow, the government
LONDON Britain welcomed eel by the Western powers. newspaper I.vestia nined broadly
Khrushchev s acceptance of the But some diplomats said pre that Khrushchev might decline
W"l summit invitation. But it viously they saw no difficulty in because Nationalist China is a

"m iumij i iuu suuii. n Euv expanding ine council temnoran v Council mcmhor ac e,.h n,.

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From Puerto Rico
Here To Assist RP

Dr. Alvin Mayne, -director of
Puerto Rico's Planning Board, has
arrived in Panama to advise and
issist Panama in economic plan planning
ning planning President Ernesto de la
Guardia assigned the task of plan plan-S
S plan-S to the National Economic
Council in February, and it u
through the initiative of this body
that Dr. Mayne has come to Pa-
nAmogements for Mayne's pro program
gram program were made in cooperation
with Point Four In Panama and
fL1:Brlin,plth Of PtO. RlCO.

tfayn. wffl advise and assist Pa-

qama specmcauy
!uiinff lines:

1. A work program ra economic

planning
n TtAlar

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taff needed to carry for

ward a sustained effort in econ economic
omic economic planning.
3 Determine training needs of
staff workers to be sent to the
Economic Planning TrMBUjg Sem Seminar
inar Seminar in Puerto Rico in October
4. Determine the need for addi additional
tional additional adviser consultants that
mav be supplied from Puerto Rite-
to assist Panama in its conti continuing
nuing continuing efforts in economic plan
1. conduct ic three lec

ture semiars at the University of
Panama in maior aspects of ec

onomic planning.
Th tilnlnff seminar planner! ny

J II. U Q
the Commonwealth of Puerto Ri

co for October mil w m vr
Hnr a i inn The first one

will be for participants from Latin
America cyclosiveW.

Th rnmmnn wealth of Puerto

Rico will provide all the train
ning facilities, including an im
list of sneakers and lead

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amons wnom are hiuh

The third Panamanian truck
driver in two days to be stopped
by Canal Zone police for carrying
an overload appeared at Balboa
Magistrates Court today.

Judge John E. Deming imposed

a tine of ?10 on Manuel Tapiero,
44, whose truck was carrying a

load of 21,380 pounds. Canal Zone

regulations state tnat the maxi

mum permitted is 1,000 pounds.

He was stopped in Bruia Road

early this morning.

Yesterday, the Judge imposed

simitar tines on Leonardo Castro,

45, whose semi-trailer truck car

ried 19,520 pounds and Anibal Ce

sar Acevedo, 24, whose truck car
ried 21,040 pounds.

U j Cost Of Living Reached

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RP Stamp Issue
To Honor World's
Fair At Brussels

ers.

A snecial stamn issue in honor

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annuunrcu nere yeieiuay. uvri
three and a half million color
stamps featuring the exhibits of

Latin American and other coun

tries at the fair will be on sale

for both air mail and ordinary

mail.

The stamps will bear the words
Correos Panama," "Correo Ae-

reo Panama and (.xposicion

Mundial de Belgica de 1958."

The special issue will include:
One million one-cent stamps fea

turing the Brazilian exhibit build

ing; in green and yellow.

One million three-cent stamps

featuring the Argentine exhibit
building; in light blue and olive

grey.

Half a million five-cent s'amps

featuring the Venezuelan exhibit

building: in light brown and

grey.

Half a million ten-cent stamps

featuring the Mexican exhibit
building; in light blue and brown.

Half a million fifteen cent air

mail stamps, featuring the Vati Vatican
can Vatican exhibit building; in dark
grey and maroon.

Ffteen thousand $1 airmail
stamps featuring the Belgian ex exhibit
hibit exhibit building; in purple and dark
green.
Fifteen thousand $2 philatelic
sheets containing the seven denominations.

A 12-year-old boy and 70-year-old
man both Greek Cypriots, were
stabbed to death Wednesday and
a Turkish Cypriot died of wounds
sufferel Sundayl
The roundup began Tuesday
morning when police and military
trucks rumbled into village after
village and led men and women
away. Those arrested included
priests, peasants, school teachers,
students anl engineers ali sus suspected
pected suspected Grjek and Turkih extrem
ists.

Governor Sir Hugh Foot toid a
news conference that 1,200 Greek
and between 40 asd 50 Turkish
Cypriots had been rounded uo in
the past 36 hours and were being
held Without trial "for the time
being."
Witnesses sail hundreds of per persons
sons persons at a time were being herded
by the soldiers into the Kokkino
trimithia camp near here.
Foot said the rounduo was or

dered because he learned EOKA
planned a new anl biggest ter terrorist
rorist terrorist drive against the Turks and
that the Turkish community plan planned
ned planned a counter-attack.
It climaxed more than a month

of killings and bombings on the"

island that have taken 95 lives
since the first of june. Fifty-one
persons have died since the latest
outbreak began 12 days ago.
Judge Crowe Gives
Talk On Paraiso
Program Tonight

WASHINGTON TJPIX-Tb gov government
ernment government reported yesterday that
the cost of living ajmost came to
a standstill in June but edged up
just enough to set a new all-time
high.
We came about as close to

having zero change as we ever do
and .still have a change,'" said
Ewan M. Clague,, commissioner of

labor statistics.

Th consumer TPi c e index

nudced uoward less than one

tenth of 1 per cent t0 reach 123.7

per cent of me iwi-w average.
Thia was 2.9 Der cent higher than

June. 1957, and was tne zum rise

in the last 22 months.
Clague said the June yardstick
showed a "very creat balance and
stability" at work in the economy.
But he warned that the upward
spiral could resume if consumers
start panic buying becuse of the
Middle East crisis.
The commissioner would not
predict whether the index would
drop in the next few months. He
noted that it has a tendency to
reach a peak in July and then de decline,
cline, decline, but he said any drop would
be merely seasonal.

rpnreRenta'tives of the University

of Puerto Rico, the Puerto Rico

Plannina Board and its divisions

the Development iBank, and all

of the related governameniai ae
oartments of the comffllnweallh

The objective of the seminars is

to assist other countries in dealing

with economic development pro

blent is such a way as to fscibt

ate nolicy decisions, program

formulations, legislation, and hud-

get action. The program is to be
conducted through lectures, dis discussions,
cussions, discussions, and small workshop
croups, each under top caliber
leadership.
To provide the participants with
practical applications of knowled knowledge
ge knowledge taught, etch division of qthe
course includes a workshop pro project
ject project utilizing actual esses drawn

from Latin America and Puerto

material of the seminars is furth further
er further supplemented by directed
observation of related Puerto Aic Aic-an
an Aic-an activities in action.

Czechs Present

US Protest Notes
VIENNA (UPI) Communist

Czechoslovakia has presented two
protest notes to the United Slates,

Radw Prague said today.
One protested against the liqui

lation of Czech property in the

United States. The other objected
to whst it alleged were attacks
against Czechoslovakia by Presi President
dent President Eisenhower in a recent
speech, which was not specified.

The Paraiso Civic Council has
completed plans to present its
first educational program, tonight,
at 7:30 in the music room of the
Paraiso High School.
Guthrie F. Crowe, District Judge

of the Canal Zone, will be guest
speaker, and has chosen for his
topic: The Administration of Jus
tice."

Puppy Love Wins Out
For 12-Year-0ld Girl
CHICAGO (UPD-One o'clock in
the morning is late for a 12-year-old
girl to be wandering around
the city, but love especially a
genuine puppy love knows no
bedtime and distance means noth

ing.
Renate Brabar, 12, who disap disappeared
peared disappeared from her home Monday
night turnel up in an all-nignt
restaurant Tuesday morning, a
fox-terrier puppy cradled in her
arms. Her cheeks were tear tear-streaked,
streaked, tear-streaked, and she was tired and
dirty.

The June increase was almost
the same size as May's, when the
index also rose one-tenth of 1 per

cent.. The May increase was uue
largely to higher prices for gaso gasoline
line gasoline and used cars.
Although Labor Department e
perts called the June rise tin
and "fractional," it will mean

slight pay increases for about

575,000 workers whose wages arc
tied to the index by escalator
clauses.
Food prices, a main inflationary

factor earlier this year, were .6
per cent higher in June than a

year ago but unchanged for Lie
second month in a row. Prices
went up for fresh fruits, meats
meats and restaurant meals hut
declined sharply for fresh vegeta vegetables.
bles. vegetables. Slight advances in the costs of
transportation, reading and rec recreation,
reation, recreation, medical and personal
care pushed up the index.

This cut the average factory
worker's buying power by 2Vi per
cent even though his take home

pay reached a record high in June
of $75.55 after federal tax deduc deductions
tions deductions for an employe with threo
dependents.
The consumer price rise will re result
sult result in 1 or 2 cents an hour pay
boosts for about 350,000 workers in
the electrical, metal working, air aircraft
craft aircraft and chemical industries. It
will mean 3 cents an hour more
for another 200,000 trucking indus industry
try industry workers.

ernment statement said:

prepared 10 meet as soon as a
special meeting of the U.i. Securi Security
ty Security Council can conveniently be
arranged."
PARIS Premier Charles de
Gaulle, who had objected to a sum summit
mit summit meeting in New York, was ex expected
pected expected to announce his final deci

sion later today.

N1W YOUR .- Khrushchev i
answers to questions submitted b

Kingsbury Smith. United Press In

fernational vice president, said he
is willing for the meeting to be in
New York, Geneva, or 'any place.'

NEW DELHI Indian Prime

duration of the Middle East talks.

Khrushchev gave no immediate
hint as to what Arab representa representatives
tives representatives he wanted included. But it
was regarded at likely here that

he was referring to President
Gamal Abdel Nasser of the U U-nited
nited U-nited Arab Republic.
That might pose problems. The
United .States has accusfd Nas-
ting the revblution fta'toppetf
Iraq's pro Western .geflrnmcnt
and of aiding anti-Western rcbos

in Lebanon and Jordan

alissimo Chiang Kai-shek couT at-

iena as cniei ot nis government.
Responsible Russian circleOere
termed the West's proposal a
complete evasion of Khrushchev's
call for a five power summfjf.'je"
ference on the current crisis in
the Middle East.

L4ibhable features about" the
WntJ'c nrinncul

They added that Khrushchev
I i i .

nau noi envisaged nampering

the President has made it Dlainithe work of the chiefs nf

Minister Jawaharlal Nehru said he ln ns note to Khrushchev thai the I ment by "confining" their deliber
will attend the summit confer- j United States would participate inlations to the rigid framework and
ence "only if both parties" (East a summit conterence only i it procedures of the UN Security

Marines Leave US
For Maneuvers
Off Puerto Rico

and West) invite him.

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. The
United Nations was working on
the security and protocol problems
that must be solved if a summit
meeting is held in New York. It
was reported U.S. Marines may be
asked to guard a 15 block ap approach
proach approach to the U.N. building.
Khrushchev's acceptance of the
West's invitation came as no sur surprise
prise surprise to U.S. officials who had felt
he might jump at the opportunity
of using such a UN meeting as a
sounding board for his attacks on
the West for stationing iroops in
revolt-threatened Lebanon and Jor Jordan.
dan. Jordan. But high Soviet sources here
were caught with the party line
down. They had predicted Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev would reject the West's bid.
They considered it unresponsive
to his original proposal for a five five-power
power five-power conference outside the Unit United
ed United Nations.

American officials noting that
Khrushchev suggested the meet

ing De neia Monaay in iNew
York, commented that Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles plan

ned to be in Ixmdon that day at attending
tending attending a meeting of the Baghdad
Pact nations.
The United States and Britain

originally proposed that the meet

ing of the chiefs of government be

held within the framework of the

UN Security Council

Since India is not a member of

the Security Council and Iraq

the only Arab member Khrush Khrushchev's
chev's Khrushchev's suggestion would expand

the contemplated meeting far be

were "generally desired" and heldi Council.

in the UN Security Council. (Continued on Page 10)

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HUSSEIN SPEAKS King Hussein holds a news conference,
in the Royal Palace at Amman, Jordan. Radio broadcasts
from Damascus, Cairo and Baghdad, monitored in Amman,
appealed to the people of Jordan to assassinate King Hussein
and overthrow his government.

Finletter Seeks
Demo Nomination

As US Senator

NEW YORK (UPI) Former
Air Force Secretary Thomas K.
Finletter, 64, yesterdsy entered
the race for the Democratic nom

ination for U.S. senstor.
James A. Farley, former post postmaster
master postmaster general, previously an announced
nounced announced that he was a candidate
for the Democratic nomination.
Edward T. Dickinson, state com commerce
merce commerce commissioner, also is ex

pected to enter the rsce later this
week.
Sen. Irving M. Ives (R-N.Y.),
the incumbent, is retiring. No
candidate has announced for the
OOP nomination.

MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. UPI i
Some 6,000 Marines, their des destination
tination destination finally disclosed, sailed
from here and Norfolk, Va., tolay
for maneuvers off Puerto Rico.
Adm. Jerauld Wright, commander-in-chief
of the Atlantic
Fleet, announced Tuesday that the
Marines, accompai'ed by 282
Naval Academy midshipmen,
would leave today on 27 ships in
eluding the aircraft carrier n n-tletam.
tletam. n-tletam. Part of the huge convoy, which
has been building up here for sev several
eral several days, sailed late Tuesday and
the remaining ships followed to
day.

The Marines win conauci ant
phibious landing exercises on
Vieuques island off Puerto Rico.
They will be supoorted by planes
and helicopters from the Antie-tam.

The Marines, members of Ihe

2nd Marine Division at nearby
Camp Leieune, began loading op-

Once back home, the girl's erations last weeK. Spokesmen

mother decided the DUDDv love refused to discuss the troop move

was too great to be denied. ment, leading to speculation that

"I think we ll let her Keep tne the Marines were nounu ior ine
Met Rrahir nil r Mediterranean.

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She held lightly to the dog anl
gave employes her uncle's name
and address in Arlington Heights,
her hoped for destination. Her un uncle
cle uncle identified Renate to police and
gave them her family's address.
The girl left home with the pup

i py after her parents changed their

mind about Keeping me oog, given
to Renate by a friend. They were
planning a vacation and there
was no one to take care of the
dog.

So Renate set out for her un uncle's
cle's uncle's home with thoughts that per perhaps
haps perhaps he could find room for the
terrier. But suburban Arlington
Heights was a long trek for a 12-year-old.

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WEST PUZZLED BY NEW SOVIET SUBS A Soviet submarine Is shown ort patrol in, the
Baltic Sea last week' after the Iraqi toup. According to Allied sources, the Baltic fleet Was
ordered on a defensive alert that includes intensive patrolling of western areas of the sea.
Allied experts said these submarines were equipped with a new type device which has puzzled
the West. The device protrudes from the rear of the conning tower, but It .is not known
whether It Is a new type of periscope or snorkel, or a contraption used for refueling under

water.

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PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1958
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
Into the Really Wild Blue Yonder
Labor News
And
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The MN to ts a ope tmm Th Panama AlMrtlW
Utlit. .ft received erereUn, sad are handled i a wholly ceatieeatial

Jt'r contribute letter Bes t he ImpstisBt oeesB't appeal the
III). Letters At publishes in the orde. received.

Pleast tr ts keep IB letters nmireu ro on -"-Idenhrv
s WMi write it htld in ttrictwt eoaridanes
Thit ncwspoper assumes no respen.ibilirv (si ltatsmBtt si opinions
Expressed in letters from readers
THE MAIL BOX

AID TO PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED
Sir;
There appeared in the Panama American of July 22 a picture
of a ( hiva-Lhiva resident who has lost a leg by amputation, in the
caption u was stated that the Mutual Aid Oluo ol Paraiso is pre pre-seniy
seniy pre-seniy conducting a fund-raising campaign to provide an artificial
limb for this person.
, As executive cnairman of the Canal Zone committee for Aid to

Physically Handicapped Persons, a participating agency oi me um
fiind ami in fairness to all persons who support this agency by con con-tribituitis
tribituitis con-tribituitis to-the United Fund, I wish to make this explanation and
to protest the action of the Paraiso Mutual Aid Club.
About one month ago Mr. Soley and Mr. Burke of the Mutual
Aid Club called on me in my capacity as acting executive secretary
seeking approval and support of their Club's lour-point fund-raising
pfogram.
" They were informed that although they could count on my sup support
port support of their activities it was not necessary for them to appeal lor
funds for the aid of this physically-handicapped person. It was ex explained
plained explained that the Canal Zone committee for Aid to Physically Han Handicapped
dicapped Handicapped Persons was organized as a United Fund agency for this
'An application form was given to the Mutual Aid Club represent representatives
atives representatives with instructions to have the amputee report at Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital for examination and measurement for orthopedic appliance at
tie expense of this Committee. This was done and after the usual
investigation the superintendent of Gorgas Hospital was authorized
to procure the needed appliance as a charge against the Canal Zone
3minit.ee for Aid to Physically Handicapped Persons. The author author-d
d author-d expenditure in this case is $400.
Both Mr. Soley and Mr. Burke are acquainted with these facts
afid know that the Paraiso Mutual Aid Club will not bear any part
of this expense.
I For the further information of those who contribute to the

lilted Fund this particular agency of the Fund received $7,000
fSm the United Fund in the past year. Expenditures to date plus
authorized obligations total $8,594.55. In the coming United Fund
clmpaign this committee will again seek $7,000, part of which will
be used to finance current year deficit. This is possible because to
oftr present knowledge, there will not be repetition of one case
wfiich is costing approximately $3,000 this year.
Very truly yours,
J F. G. DUNSMOOR.
COCO SOLO HOSPITAL

! Things are getting no better at Coco Solo hospital. After you
htvt been registered, the nurse at the out patients clinic takes your
Charts, calls your name, and takes you off to join a line where you
wiit to see the doctor. You have been there since 8 a.m. but I have
gsjen it be about 10.30 before a doctor strolls into his office Then
ftt'caTtg" some other doctor and starts, taking with him about the good
timajJlS Jjad the night before. After this long talk he sees a couple
jf patients, after which he goes for a half-hour coffee break, then
Me thiee more patients, by which time it's lunch time. He gets up
and eats that he mseht come luck in the allernoon to see you.

TI ft there are some doctors in the hwrpital who don't want to

avark. why doesn't the Coco Solo hospital administration got others
who do? The only thing I like about Coco Solo is the old lady who
supplies the flowers to the clerks, chats with them a while and goes
i her way.
"I "
A

I SKID ROW, C.Z.
I Where else would this iappen except good old Coco Solito, with
Hi typical Skid Row atmosohere. I've never seen anything like the
flacks ano the thievery. Residents have to ride shotgun on their
efothes lines if thev are to have anything left on the lines when it
tg. time to takek the clothes in. And don't blame Panamanians,
tinier. American tactics are involved.
''- At times we wonder whether we will still have our nightclothes
M when we get up in the morning. Oh for the good old USA, for
tome clean living, and freedom from the fear of being stripped naked
M we sleep.
Resident.

By VICTOR RIESEL

PARIS Naturally, just a fev.
hours after 1 disembarked Hum
the swat jet-streamed TWA auiin auiin-er
er auiin-er at Orley Field, 1 was deep in
foreign -unrigue at a Champs Ely Ely-sees
sees Ely-sees outdoor cafe. A lovely blonae
waited over to my table and ask asked
ed asked if I were Darryl Zanuck. Za
nuck will never know what he
missed. The lady vanished. Tnen
came the messenger I awaited I
wasto meet him, and others, la later
ter later under a hanging trombone,
which really is a lamp, in Aux
Vieux Pans, a restaurant beiiind
the police station.
the group 1 met was full of
news of the Red belt surrounding
Paris, the new American typo rac rackets
kets rackets and the Communist para mil military
itary military underground but all this I
must forego for a day because the
name of Jim Hoffa is internaiion internaiion-al.
al. internaiion-al. Old friends here who know the
names of but a few natonal per personalities
sonalities personalities in the United Stales
wanted to know all about t a i s

"new'' powerful American. For
I they believe he soon will be piay piay-i
i piay-i ing a leading role on the worid
stage.
James Riddle Hoffa, the wonder
boy who made it from grocery
i warehouse clerk to president of
I the world' lrasgest union, is plan planning
ning planning a global coup. He has maje
the first move towards wrnumng

his U.S. "Conference on Transpm
tation Unity" into an inter-ionti-nental
network. Some day the A
merican Teamster leader may not

only De able to strike all U.N.
transportation but to call upon
foreign unions to paralyze Euro European,
pean, European, Asiatic, African and South
American ports and all shipping
destined for the U.S.
The very least Hoffa will

wrench from his latest move v ill
be world prestige in powprful la labor
bor labor circles abroad and i h a t
means in influential poli'nal cir circles,
cles, circles, too. In many nations, labor
is. or is about to become, the gov government.
ernment. government. Hoffa's first global move was
made a month ago when he di directed
rected directed his braintrust Harold Gib
lions and the debonair, we-'lthy
Ed Cheyfitz, his handy orally
man, to go to Europe in general
and Amsterdam in particular fqr
a meeting of something called the
International Transportw o r k e r s
Federation. This outfit is a cen central
tral central headquarters for 174 national
transport unions on land, sea and
air in 58 countries on all conti continents.
nents. continents. These world unions have
over 6,500.000 members. Their

j rntrt service, ir.c

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
by Let MuKHMtR

MINDING
VAL,l,rt.

THE STORE FOR fices in it. .Three years a g o fabulous vi.o song and fiddle bri

Mayoe tilings aio a

bau wun uie nJssiijj ivnruscny
wants to lose a war so we'll bail

spies say yueen iLuzaoeul is aick
er than the news given out aouui
her. May "retire ior six moaihs
with a Council of State taking o
ver. .London's Dorcnester Ho

tel dunning Mario Lanza lor
$1120. Heiu onto his oaggage, too,
until his manager promised to
pay in bank noies. Not goiden

strength is pooled in a joint high

command in their global headquar-1 It's how the cookies crumble:

tors in Maritime House, Old Town, Martha Stewart, ex-Mrs. Jo

wnen i reponeu un Aiuu.iu aue.
Vvoriu lo.iiiu.uui ) inai "riunii
this UN neauquariers in ebdiiu.i lis true. iVvoe Joe the Mai

em out iiKo ve uiu uie losers of Communal ango .c puueu ,t!.at ai. ...o uuu ..ui.i wu, uc
the last world War. .My lwiuiu.'! result in unrest thruunout ,,ie aoio lo pull uiai Nauonai League

Aiiuuie iihj. uiu agoiuj provaea- u.ii ..w xoia. auer all. .
leurs are secretly aispaicneu m liave a I V angle to neip, ino,
incue nots, ooiver ciasnes a.iuj ciuii.i. .Aktt me piess a a-assassinations,"
assassinations," a-assassinations," the U.S. iis 1 1 j scius aie iteming Liz 1'ayior. Inia
lormaiioii Agency uanneu the Ijook ume its wu.i muui' joew, Jr.
lor export. Oh, well! j. .consulate General of, Japan up-
i set uy inuuiereiice ot' Mi's, cal-

Note to Uncle (Nigh that is, a 'ousss f anny authorities, help
1 I oconiicn rtt fXJoiu V nrr J ii n.i.s

is), litre's

bout unce i, Willie 1,, is, i,e,eV "w i w .vuy poutc

the lowdown on the KHM'nmn dnu ouuer Qlcla SranQ-siancing m

COLON'S CHIVAS
J:
I It is time someon said something in appreciation of the excel excellent
lent excellent bus service we have in Colon. These chiva drivers are not only
Htpert in their manipulation of old equipment through confused traf traf-Sc,
Sc, traf-Sc, but they ar courteous and accomodating.
W. W. Gould.

Lewis, miffed al her portrayal in

his bio pic "The Joker is Wild"
was talked out of a lawsuit for

naccj0untuig. Anyway yte Sina,tt;a

Starre hasKt paid off fit". .'litis

could be a coincidence, I 'raeli
the story about Michele Morgan's
former hubby, Bill Marshall
"kidnaping" their child broke just
as Michele began work on a t'ilm
about a woman whose son is
grabbed from her. It's called

present is Henri Vidal the French

star. .A. G. Atwater of the Wrig Wrig-ley
ley Wrig-ley millions is Sticking like gum
to Donna Beaumon', a fair nrly

ot My rair Lady ". . .Recently

, LOCAL RATE UNIONS
iTt if incredible that individuals such as "100 Percent Unionist
lil Box, July 23) can expound such absurdities in support of an
animation which has failed in its responsibility to defend its mem mem-btrs,
btrs, mem-btrs, nd by this failure has permitted to continuance of multiple
Injustices
0 The plight of the puppet locals 900 and 907 is obscured by the
eisting policy of the Panama Canal Company, and by the ridiculous
reports the directorate of the unions continues to issue.
t The flimsy action taken by Local 900 in defense of the 19 local local-rajte
rajte local-rajte employes dismissed by the Commissary Division in the "short "short-agjg''
agjg'' "short-agjg'' case is an example of how this powerless union operates. The
uiion officials repeatedly tried to get the Panama Canal authorities
iii reconsider the case, but failed so completely to get a satisfac satisfac-ffiy
ffiy satisfac-ffiy ieply that the employes had to hire themselves an attorney to
3k reestablished. Canal authorities declined to meet union officials
tt this issue.
n Discrimination is still a primary impediment to a Panamai'an
earning decent living on the Canal Zone. "Equality" will never
pFmore than a word under the form of democracy presently prac practiced
ticed practiced across the 4th of July Avenue.
J Dr. Milton Eisenhower, who was supposed to be on a fact find find-Ing
Ing find-Ing mission in Panama for his democratic-minded brother President
DWight D. Eisenhower, overlooked such a fundamental issue as this
discrimination and enjoved a fishing trip on Panama Bay instead.
could have been a llittle more persisten in study of the man man-fisjr
fisjr man-fisjr In- which the policies practiced by Canal Zone Americans are
ahttering the friendship of Panamanians.
, I However this may beg, "100 Percent Unionist" should be given
jMdit for his loyalty as a diehard unionist who gives his all and is
Ssfiffied bv promises in return or maybe he is impressed bv I I-efl
efl I-efl 713's fighting attitude.
T Mr. X.
1 A

i

Clapham Common, London

This outfit is running its 2.';th
biennial Congress is Amsterdam
right now (July 23 to Aug. 1). To
this parteytf globally influential
union chiefs, Jim Hona has dis dispatched
patched dispatched his two experts. Both
Gibbons and Cheyfitz know tneir
way through this crowd especial especially
ly especially Cheyfitz who led a dazed Dive
Beck across Europe four years
ago. At that time the foreign
transport unions learned that the
American Teamsters Union can
be as bountiful as it can be brut
al. Beck donated cash and cars
to transport unions all along the
line in Europe.
Now what these unions need
most is cash. Workers here just
don't pay much dues if at all.
So the central command ,of (he
174 unions, the International Transport-workers
Federation, known
as the "ITF", frequently has lit little
tle little ready money for its global o
perations.
Right now, for example, the
"ITF" wants to put organizaers
in Africa and South America.
Who could better underwrite this
this expense than Jimmie Hoffa?
It would take less than fifty
grand and what's that to the $41,-000,000-treasuried
Teamsters? Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa could promise to underwrite
the amount, or he could simply simply-pay
pay simply-pay more dues for the U.S. Team-

siers to me nr. me teamsters have hn mi it,,.-,,

r ""'v. 'J v i ovine IJ1CIC iui vtoin

now are paying ior only wujoo. ; ri,,u, . pn ;

full

" -viiuai t'lfiinciiirm r

. ... i e

imbroglio wmch is a two bit word, sumL "'"d"-.1"" W'"L1' oi.en
for Djow-up. Louis ankled the "ia"ts ,u 'mpoistble lor wr
Bcrle opus after originally snaking bes, to ,gt'L Prcuon iroui Gis
hands on a 13-week pact at $7 25 who slaP em around. (They have
per and a 13 week option, to fcont osoluiy no one to turn to even
the.ork, condvct.the sltow, anrtjlo wh5.n th,eves are danger).
Keely Smith'l.nrf T5erh. But wS8n,plete,y out dep. fhg only
signing time came, Prima rented I p?rson 1 owe' money to, he says,
and wanted a 26-week contract or I cab driver who
his option only for the second 13 coulcln lc ttge a 1'tlPur"Sc

weeKs, with Herle having no say
in the matter of his own show

Berle hao already agreed to ori-

"Wife for a Summer." Michcle'sjginate it in Calif, becaue the Pri

mas insisted on that. .What's
Uncle Millie worried about? In
my book he's the whole shoW

I get around (If I stand still

for their

KINDNESS AT FT. GULICK DISPENSARY

fir:
S I In this world of criticism and strife perhaps sometimes we for for-gt
gt for-gt to five credit where erVlit is due. I should like to take ad advantage
vantage advantage of the Mail Box to hestow a little well-esrned praise on a
vinderful woman. 1 am speaking of Mr. Fusselman of the Ft.
Gttliclc dispensary.

Thit lady goes about her thankless, often disagreeable job with
rmth, tenderness and understanding rarely found in the doe-

t-dng world of today. Regardless of who you air, or what your

plan! may be. you ran depend on her for sympathetic concern

old-fashioned kindness She more than makes iid for the ahmnt

Jic. and the overworked doctors.

me cnunren lovp her, and she knows them all by name. We
aults. too, have a warm place in our hearts for this fine woman.
i credit to her profession and to her sex. I thank her for her
ntile, for her patience and for her friendship. Tf there were a few
inpra in the woild like her, we might not find ourslves in the condi-
p'Vm do today.
Aray Dependent.

They couid pay

membershin.
In turn, Hoffa's emissaries will
urge that Hoffa be made a vice vice-president
president vice-president of the ITF.

There's more than global pres-

t 1 in sill n nnsi ni nn v un i

u rr iHious ocean ir. t palace known
Hoffa then sit with labor chief- as tnp UNESCO bonding though
tains who a so are high govern- that wejrd boonf) le ha -f.
ment officials in their homelands.1

but he could call on them for

sirike neip. And tnese men arej

tough militants.
Only recently they shut down
the London docks. At the same
time, across the world, (hey bot bottled
tled bottled up India's ports in a nation national
al national walkout. If Hoti'a called on tv
ITF leaders to help, dock, truck,
railwaj shipping over the high
seas and inland waterways) and
even airline workers' unions a a-broad
broad a-broad would be instructed not to
handle cargo bound for the U.S.

and it would not be handled.
Thus it is conceivable that we
may some day see Hoffa setting
into motion a global transport
strike. Not bad for a local hoy
from a grocery warehouse, Move
over Horatio Alger!

divorced Rhonda Fleming anrl p.T-j someone might catch me.) Ed

rennially divorced Harry "M?rie Wynne's happy Harwyn, compete compete-McDonald"
McDonald" compete-McDonald" Karle consoling cach!ly gutted last week in the wave
other. .Things I'd like to see: j of East Side cafe 'ires and burn burn-According
According burn-According to (he press agent, Max'ed out Harvey (The Fireman'sl
Loew, the owner of the famed I El iBorracho and Manny Wrtif's
Viennese Lantern, "once hammed Chop House, will reopen Wednes Wednes-the
the Wednes-the role of Hamlet in an Austin day in miracle time, thoush the

piuuuoiiun m nomeo ann junei. .ouiers were snuttered tor many
(Don't you mean Othello?) weeks. Harvev. who:,e own pice

is now playing to capacity sine?
the rebuilding, has promise lo
attend Ed's sellout reopening in
his ex-officio canatilv of girtmill
fire chief. .Brown's Hotel Br wn
DCby ork leader Na! Brooks'
wife Kono, former China Doll
and Hawaiian Roomi says ilmj'
the October visitor is a gir' she's
gonna name it 'Irving'. "What's
wrong with Irving'?' she asks
(And if it's a boy?). .Barrister
Mike Kenny, now on active re reserve
serve reserve dutv in Naual Tntfllion :,-o

Agencv which didn t even nrw faces an active fall when and if
that the UN kept a fleet of pri- he returns with a campaign for
vate nlanes Ihere which were fvn- Mayor of New Rochelle and as

quenny used to transport Red chairman of the kick-off drive for

couriers wno are nouseri in a lux

This is strange (But not fiction.)
How come no one mentioned ,hat
Beirut is the focal point in the
international trade in opium, mor morphine
phine morphine base and heroirl, where junk
from behind the Curtain is trans transshipped
shipped transshipped by the Mafia to America
and Western Eurooe, with a share
of the underworld's profits goii'F
back to the Reds?. .Commies

Retarded Children at Chez Vito

Westchester on Sept. 9 with Joev
and Cindv Adams emceeing an
all star show supported by the

no.e. So how come publisher G

P. Putnam's prexy Walter Min Min-ton
ton Min-ton is haunting the Park Lane Ho
tel trying to gei that book manu
script Flynn was paid for, but
never delivered. .Phil Green Green-wald
wald Green-wald trying to book Gtna I, olio
and Jaync Va ei.U lor Arthur
Winarick's fantastic Concord bur.
if he c n t get all four will sc1 tie
for any two.

I like to break things: Wonder
jf cir Ma'-:iilri. e Murtagh knows
that the record shows that one of
his juog.s auviseu a defendant in
an assault charge lodged by a
wife, to get a lawyer to explore
the possibility of suing someone
for "alienation of affections?" A A-lienation
lienation A-lienation of affections was outlaw outlawed
ed outlawed by the Legislature 25 years a a-go
go a-go because it was being used for
blackmail and shakedowns and e e-ven
ven e-ven a headline-hunting magistrate
should know that.

You asked for i1 (So here it J.)
If Onassis sells Monte Carlo to
the C'nne5' v'T"co .combine,
won't they shutter the casino and
bounce Rainier? Wh't a break
for the fans if Her Grace has to
go back to flicks to support an
out-of-work prince. .Movie pro producer
ducer producer Po"er Vidim, Bardot's ex ex-was
was ex-was justifiably indignant when ask asked
ed asked if it's true he h'd photograph photographed
ed photographed every inch 'of her undraned
cuticle 'or movies, except the
soles of her feet. "That's a lie,"

WASHINGON, While Swat Swat-ors
ors Swat-ors were making spec cues ou U U-askafl
askafl U-askafl statehoou, the uiuson uf
tne late resident Gruver Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland was one oi tne unsung heroes
of the Alaskan wilderness.
'turn ceveiand, granuson of the
22nd and 24th. President who dc dc-eatea
eatea dc-eatea James G. Blaine in 1884,
was de eated by Benjamin Har Harrison
rison Harrison in 1888, but elected Presid President
ent President over Harrison again in 1892.

is an Episcopalian missionary ay

nunivaeiiuK, AtasKa. iniS If a
small Eskimo village far trom ci
vuization with nO means of trans
portation except h)g sled and an
occasional plane that lands t a
ui j un airport.
The Rev. Cleveland maae no
speeches about Alaskan stuehood,
bui he has written an eloquent re report
port report to his family regarJir.g life
in the new state. It indicates what
citizens of the other 48 statea will
e.icouiUer when they go touring
the latest addition to the Union.

.ot oi snow ana ic. r.utl
melted and over a foot o grass
has grown since I last wrote in

usee in oer, Reverend Cleveland
.told his family in June. "J'his is
rrMly a land oi contrasts. There
are only a few hours of ligbf in
December, but a few nights ago
the mail plane landed at midnighf
in almost broad daylight. Come
the end o" May, because ot long
days and a great deal of moisture
the trees and grass go from buds
to greenery in three days. The
change from death to life seeaif
almost isstantaneous. .
ALASKAN RECESSION
"Beaver season was poor, and
the prjee was low again so at
tne scaso.i's eaa everyone was
looking for work. Unemployment
was as high in Alaska as any anywhere,
where, anywhere, sa the men who used their
beaver money to go to the city
to get work had many disappoint disappointments.
ments. disappointments. The economic situation for
natives in the villages looks like
it's getting worse with low fur
prices and a real lack in seasonal
and out-of the-village employment.
"We were hit last winter with
some orm of distemper amongst
the dogs, and we must have lost
30 or 40 dogs in this village alone.
This is likt having almost
svsry car and truck in a city
out of commission! For this rea reason
son reason I was happier than ever to
as the bishop arrivt for his
visitation. Hs brought us 3 full
Brown dogs from Fdrt Yukon
nd 2 pups from Nsnana. Two
of our dogs had died, including
my tea .e. It was quite a sight
to see the bishop squeezed in hit
Httls plan with five dogs, six
Easter lilies, and fresh grocer grocer-";dor
";dor grocer-";dor thr vilUgss.
M
. jW one great need we have
within "the mission. and the village
which f some of you have asked
me about is some kind of tractor.
For several years we have had
our eye on the old tractor at ou ou-mission
mission ou-mission in Anvik, but now it has

wuKen aown ana won t seeai to
run at all just when we were goiiif
to get it. There, is no way to haul
anything in town except by brute
force, wheel barrow, or dog sled,
and a tractor would be a trem tremendous
endous tremendous help to us all. Anvthing
any of you would like to do to help
us obatin this modern conve convenience
nience convenience would be greatly appre appreciated.
ciated. appreciated. "There is not a soul in the
village now except for the school
teacher and the postmaster and
ourselves. Everyone left about 10
days ago for the Yukon and their
summer 'ish camps. We wilj stay
here most of the summer."
The Rev. Tom Cleveland doesn't
know that I am quoting frjm his
letter and will be surpised when
he reads this. However, it seem

lier

.John

he exclaimed. "In one picture

pnuiograpnea tne soles of
feet!" Tarffet rlalo for tho

" v. .v nit uu
Ferona eastward mnva ic Car,

1959 and until htjn the beauts wiii

Lununue io naunt the present El

Morocco (and other cafe owner
try to rent it i r.enrmo nu;;i

whose press agents bill him as a
comedian, tells about a sheik
who's so poor he has his harem
wall done in mirrors, (Can afford
but one wife!

ed to ; me important not only that
the American people know about
-- new sttte, but thai they ulso
know how a granuton ol an Am American
erican American i resident it serving.
GOLDFINE BROUGHT
PEACfc
Now that Sherman Adams is m
hot water, he hat broken a long
feud wi h New f ork's senior Re Republican,
publican, Republican, Sen. Irving Ives.
For two years the two men hace
not spoken to each other not
since Adams blocked a minor ap ap-poinment
poinment ap-poinment Ives had recommended,
.lie .ivv.it hac been app.-jv-ed
by Fred Seaton, then a White
house aioe, now Secretary of the
InteHor. But Adams overruled
Seaton with an arbitrary stroke
of the blue pencil.
Ives tried to phone Adanjs for
several days. The Senator carried
New York by a million votes over
Ike in ins? Imi Ariam. I--

busy to be bothered.

wnen Adams wants a 'avor
from me, he's not too busy,'! Jvel
snorted to Adams' secretary.
A few days later, the assistant
-nHatg.y granted
jves an audience but the New
. ork!r..eouW nowhere with
him. Icily, Adams rejected hit
appeal.
FrmL moment, Ives
would have nothing to de with
Adams. The chin between the
wo r-n Nr.. York', ,x
Gov. Tom Dewey who phoned
Ives.
"It isn't good for New Vruk'n
senior Senator and the chief White
House assistant not to be on
speaking terms," plaeded Dewey
, But Ives refused to break the
ice.
When Adams got in trouble for
accepting gifts from textile' tveoon
Bernard Goldfine, Ives was asked
for his comment. He replied that
under the American system a
man was innocent until proved
guilty. He said that applied to
Adams too.
This statement, apoearing in the
press alonside hostile staements
from most other Republican Sen Senators,
ators, Senators, defrosted Adams. The em embattled
battled embattled presidential aide brok the
two-year silence and wrote lvef
a warm letter thanking nin frr
his comment.

Of the five ships and about
287 men who set sail with
Ferdinand Magellan on Aug.!
10, 1519, on his expedition
around the world, only one
ship and 18 men re-entered
the Spanish port of Seville'
three years later. Magellan
himself was killed on the voy voyage,
age, voyage, the first one completely
around the world
Brltannlca Jr Eneyelooedla

WESTINGHOUSI GITS ORDER
(BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI)-Wes-tinghnuse
Electric Corn, has bejn
awarded a second development
contract by Boeing Airplane Co.
for additional portions of thfr elec electronic
tronic electronic guidance system for the
Bom arc B area defense intereeo intereeo-tor
tor intereeo-tor missile, it was announced yesterday.

RCA OPENS WAREHOUSE
ATLANTA UPI) The Electron
Tube Division of Radio Corp. of
America opened a new warehouse
and office here yesterdsfy to serve
the growing needs of RCA distrib distributors
utors distributors of electron tubes and semi semiconductor
conductor semiconductor products in the South Southeast,
east, Southeast, it was announced Monday.

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Senators Asking Why Iraqui Revolt
Caught US With Its Gumshoes Down

WASHINGTON (UPI1 Thei Also approved was a resolution

. . r. i T I T C7 ..l n TA

Senate Foreign neiauons uomrau
tpp voted todav to summon of

Sanctuary Sought

By Cows In Church

Bui Don't Get II

HONORED ON DEPARTURE Mrs. Edith, E. Barnett, employe
the U.S. Army Caribbean Ordnance Section stock control branch,
received a Department of the Army sustained superior perform performance
ance performance award from Maj. Edgar Robinson, supply division chief,
left, and Hobart McConncll, stock control branch chief. Mrs.
Barnett also was presented with a letter of appreciation. With
her husband, Sft. Robert A. Barnett, who was assigned to the
1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe, Mrs. Barnett left
the Canal Zone this week for Fort Knox, Ky. (U.S. Army Photo)

Committee Approves Tax
Break For Self-Employed

ficials of the hush-hush Central

Intelligence Agency (CIA) tot
questioning as to why the irqi

revolt caugnt inis country uai
footed.

The decision 'as reached as
nnlv 11 senators showed up to

hear Undersecretary of Siatp
Christian A. Herter give the first

of a series of daily closed door

briefings on the swiftly changing
picture in the Middle East.
Herter told the group the Unit United
ed United States has no intention of mov

ine trooos into Iran. Sen. J. Wil

liam Fulbrieht D(-Ark.) complain

ed that the- special orienng inn

him nothing he "dion t Know rrom

tho mnrninp naners

Fnlhrieht later offered the mo

tion to call ciA Director Alien

Vf. Dulles and other officials oJ

the agency for questioning.
The group likewise agreed to
question members of the State De
partment's Dolicv nlanning saff
about the nature of the new Iraoi
government anH factors leading
up to the surprise revolt.

WASHINGTON (UPI) The

House Ways and Means Committee
gave its final approval today to
a bill to grant a special tax
break to self employed persons
trying to build retirement funds
for their old age.
The measure, which won tenta tentative
tive tentative approval last week, was
okayed 18-7 despite strong Treas Treasury
ury Treasury Department opposition and
charges that it ignored millions of
other Americans who do not be belong
long belong to pension systems.
Chairman Wilbur D. Mills CD CD-Ark.)
Ark.) CD-Ark.) and six other committee
members lined up against the bill,
indicating it may face rough going
on the House floor, even if it
passes the House, it stands a good

chance ot getting lost in tne sen senate
ate senate in the adjournment rush. That
would force sponsors to start all
over again next year with a new
bill.
Just before the vote, Dan
Throop Smith, special tax adviser
to Treasury Secretary Robert B.
Andecson, told' the committee the
bill was "inconsistent" with the
administration's stand against any
individual tax cuts at the present
tim.:
Under the biH, self employed
persons could postpone until age
70 payment of federal tas on

funds or endowment Or annuity

a

policies up to a ceiling of $2,500

a year or a lifetime limit ot $50,
cm

However, it would limit the
maximum tax deferral for persons
under 50 to 10 per cent of their
income, meaning a persos would
have to make $25,000 to qualify
for the maximum benefit. The in
come ceiling would be 20 per cent
for those over 50 on the theory
they have less time to provide for
their old age.

bv Sen. John J. Snarkman (D

Ala.)' to put both Houses of

Congress on record as favoring a
permanent United Nations pohce
force. Sparkman hopes to get the
resolution through before Congress

adjourns.
Herter told senators attending
the briefine. which was followed

by a similar one to tne House
EWoien Affaire Cnmmittpe. that

this countrv stiu Knows very unie

about tne Iraqi group tnat Kiuea
King Faisal and swept his gov government
ernment government out of office last week

The tall, gray haired former
nnvarnAr nf Ma csarhlicptt c nnlv

mil ert when askprl hv npws.r.n riEnt III.

later whether the UnKed States j "They certainly made tnem-

plans to recognize the new Iraqi ; selves at nome. mey u.c
regime. J chairs and tables back to make

rOOim, ana men uiey mj u"vu
the floor.

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI) -Normal
morning auiet prevailed
at the downtown First Presbyter Presbyterian
ian Presbyterian Church. Mrs. George Johns
ton, the pastor's secreUry, await-
arrival nf the jphurch ladipS f Or

their regular Thursday meeting.

Then came the stampede.

"1 saw these four cows run

down the street and then rush

right up into the courtyard, Mrs.
Johnston related.
"The outside door of the pri primary
mary primary room was open. They just

galloped up the patn and came

FIRE INJURES SEVEN
URAWA, Japan (UPI) Sevn
workers were injured esteray
when chemicals ir a plant at Ura.
v t 10 miles from Tokyo, expiod.
ea and the building was burned

to the ground.

SLIDE KILLS WOMAN

HONG KONG (UPI) An old
Chinese woman was killed yester.
day in a landslide which bur; -d
her in her squatter's hut at the
edge of Kowloon Airport. The
landslide, caused by heavy rains,
crashed another hut nearby, in
juring a man and a woman.

LIBYANS MOURN PEISAL

TRIPOLI, Libya (UPI) King
Idns of libya yesterday pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed two weeks of mourning
in memory of assassinated King
Feisal of Iraq.

FRENCH RIGHTS TO FIRM
METUCHEN, N.J. (UPI) Gul Gul-ton
ton Gul-ton Industries Inc., announced
Monday it has been awarded ex
elusive rights by Compagnie jen jen-erale
erale jen-erale d'Electro-Ceramique to sell
the French firm's ceramic cutting
tools in North America.

Wf
ECZEMA ITCH
QUICKLY FOUGHT
Tour ikln ha. million! of "2
where germe hide, cliuitns Itch,
peeling, acne. blackhd.
tc. Ordinary remedies only f?5
mentary relief because they ooti t-M
the germ, that are the real
o many .kin trouble. Nlxoaljrta
klU. these germ, and mk yojw
.moother, clearer, "flar
attractive. Aak for NIo4arm JWg
drug.tor. today, and ret rlol am
real cause of your .kin trouoioo.

Quote Unquote
UNITED NATIONS, N. .Y -Japanese
Ambassador Koto Mat Mat-sudaira,
sudaira, Mat-sudaira, in offering a compro

mise resolution on beDanon to
the UN Security Council:
"The responsibility of the coun council
cil council has never been more heavy.
The seriousness of the situation
in i.nhannn and its onnseauences

suggest that these are historical

hours.

Taxpayers taking advantage of
the plan would have to pay fed federal
eral federal taxes on income from such
programs when they finally re
tire. However, their overall in in-rnmp
rnmp in-rnmp nrpsiimahlv would hp small

er then and they would pay at a
lower tax rate.
The committee has been under
mounting pressure in recent years
to approve a retirement tax relief
plan for such self employed
groups as physicians, attorneys,

mercnants, arcnirects and iarm iarm-ers.
ers. iarm-ers. Backers of the proposal contend
present law discriminates against
the self-employed inasmuch as
employers are not required to
pay income taxes on money put
into retirement programs for their
workers. The worker? don't pay
taxes on such sums until they

start drawing pensions.

JERUSALEM Iraeli Prime
Minister David Ben Gurion on
the threat imposed by Egyptian
nrpfiirlpnt Carnal Abdel Nasser:

"In a complex world situation
which is growing more and more
complex, it is incumbent oh us
to increase our strength and

guard our independence. 1

DENVER C. S. Barnes, ser service
vice service station operator who pulled

otepnen lanwu, m, ii"in wf"

tne yOULIl Cltt&UCU 111 a imianoj
attempt:
"I started looking around for
the pilot. I never dreamed that
kid was flying."
CHATAUQUA, N. Y. Gen.
Maxwell D. Taylor, Army chief of
staff, in calling for conventional
as well as atomic weapons:
"We should not become identi identified
fied identified as the nation which poses
only the big single stick of
massive retaliation."

Senate Democratic Whip Mike
Mansfield (Mont.) said, however.

that the West should give serious
AMt;.lAir.t:in' in Ilia nnccihili t v nf

LUiioiucianuii w mm? pvoa.w..fc,- ivtii an wv u -
reenpniinp the revolutionary eov- nt set into the sanctuary

ernment. j "Then some policemen

Mansfield, a member of the for foreign
eign foreign relations committee, warned
that .failure to recognize the new

government, which has given evi evi-Honeo
Honeo evi-Honeo that it wants to remain

friendly to the West, might push
the country into the Soviet camp.

tasewnere on uapitoi iu, ser
ious cracks appeared in the har-mony-and-unity
front with' which
Congress first faced the Middle
East crisis. '-
A "?et tough" Republican bloc,
headed by Sen. William F. Know
land (R-Calif.) appeared fearful
the administration would not
maintain a stiff enough Middle
Eastern stand. There also was
srowinsr sentiment that the United
States should go further and move
trnnnc into Iran.

A npmnrratie eroun. on the

other hand, urged President Ei
senhower not to dismiss the Sov;et

nronosal for a summit meeting it
there were the slightest chance it
would contribute to peace.

"f mas nrettv scared. I tried to

lock all the doors so they would

came

rushing in. Then four men with
cowboy hats, carrying ropes.

'Thev nut ropes on the cows,

but they wouldn't move. It took
aKnnt an hour and a half, but

they finally dragged them out by

ropes and loaded them ina Dig
truck and went away.
"We were all glad."
There had been quite a lot of
excitement outside, too. The cows,
en route to the slaughterhouse in
a truck had broken loose.

Pedestrians scattered and cars

screeched to a stop. Police and
stockyard employes took off in
mirsuit. A bie crowd gathered.

"Evervone was very nice." said

Mrs. Johnston. "But our ladies'
meeting was a little late in get-
tlno started

The Rev. Merle, pastor oi tne
church and something of a puns punster,
ter, punster, auioped: We have an open

door policy, but they (the cows)

are not our 'kine.'

SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY

THRU THE IRONING HOUR!

Satina...

the BIG ironing

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a tidy brilliance on your lips, that lasts undimmed for hours.

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A BIG HURRICANE WILL

HIT PANAMA TOMORROW !
For 2 YEARS now the American Bazaar has not

offered such an outstanding BARGAIN SALE

ad ;..'., ;4i jf 1 su

Beginning TOMORROW, JULY 25th

NYLON CORD SUITS

BEFORE 33.50 39.50
HOW 2 for 1
HASPEL SUITS other brands
2.99 5.00 -10.00
DINNER JACKETS $5.00

JOHN WHITE and MAJESTIC SHOES
BEFORE 16.50 22.50

NOW $7.99

:, .fM, :
Before ,
LINEN
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CLQjY
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Gabardine and others
io.oo NOW 6.50
. Before 14.50 NOW 7.25
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OTHERS 1.99 and 99

Lyon of Troy

DRESSY SHIRTS
NOW 2.50
others for 1.99

REDUCTIONS on oil items.

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WEMBLEY TIES
Before 2.50 2.00 1.50
NOW 2 for 1
FOULARD SILK TIES
BEFORE 2.00
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Other brands for I0

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BEFORE 8.50

NOW 2.49

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yino JsuVdni and Qo d
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PAGE FOUR

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, JULY

t

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Yl'Wi of f-nyoQttrtnh, yYlartiapi, .rttu, PrLot anj Jrrtl tlioutj
St unit L mtitmj Lf loltplxonu tvtr Po.At.mM 2-0740 or 2-07JI

MRS. BERMUDEZ ENTERTAINS AT UNION CLUB
FOR WIFE OF HONDURAN FOREIGN MINISTER
Mrs. Nestor Bermudez, wife of the Ambassador of Hon Honduras
duras Honduras to Panama, gave- a tea at the Union Club yesterday
afternoon in honor of Mrs. Berta de Alvarado, wife of the
Minister of Foreign Relations of Honduras, who is visiting
in Panama.

Mrs. L. C. Callaway cocktail parties, dinners, luncheons
Hart For a Visit and picnics were Dr. and Airs.
Mrs. L. C. Callaway Jr., form-Kaymond Stanton. Mr. and Mrs
erly of the Canal Zone and her H. A Kidd and their son Doug Doug-two
two Doug-two children, Chug and Betty El las, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Camp
len, arrived by plane from Miami, bell and daughters, Ruth and Ja Ja-Florida
Florida Ja-Florida to spend a week on the net, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Smith,
Isthmus. Thev are staying at the Mr. R. R. Gromblari and daught daught-Tivoli
Tivoli daught-Tivoli Guest House. er, Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Teolilo

Mr. Alexander Lim Host Mrs. Adrian Ranure-.. Mr. Urn quenne riynn ann mrs. Virginia
To Visitors from Colon entertained for his guests with a Mosely won and divided the cash
Mr. Alexander P. Lim of Almi-!roast pig barbecue. jackpot and Mrs. Rowena Scott
rante had as his houseguests for After two weeks in Almiranle. won 'he grand prize,
two weeks his daughter, Miss Miss Lim. her brother. Andrew.
iAlice Lim, hi's son, Andrew P. Lira Mr. Wohg and Miss Chambers tra- Dur'n hBe evening Club Presi Presi-and
and Presi-and Miss Jean Chambers. Mr. veiled through the interior toent Kay Rogers introduced and

,n Mrs- Leon AHolloway, Mr.
Henrv Mizrachi. Mr. Luis E. Wong1
,and Mr. Brian Cox.
While in Almirante the group'
So.no ,k,,. tv, t T;t i r-.,it
Company's operations in that area
whore thev visited banana farms,
;experimental farms and coco plan
Itauons

Entertaining for the visitors ateon by Mr. Eduardo Gonzales and

FRENCH BREAD BUYERS

Thru arrangements made with the
LA TAHONA BAKERY, Panama's foremost
bakers of French bread, the
ATLAS GARDEN
can now supply you with their
French bread, supplied twice daily
at TEN CENTS each.
Kindly place your order the day before.
Telephones 2-2423 or 2-4830

This Week's Special
TOYS
PRICES BELOW COST
Dolls, Carriages, Stoves, Tea Sets,
Ships, Cars, Rubber Balls, and
many others to choose from
MORRISON'S
4th of July and "J" Street

It KEN-L-RATION LLWLW
B IS SO GOODB
m YOURSELF

In Ken-L-Ration your dog gets appetizing flavorful
tender meat . full of the nourishment he needs.
Ken-L-Ration is packed under the most sanitary con conditions
ditions conditions and contains only the choicest cuts and grades
of U. S. Government inspected meat. It provides your
dog with needed vitamins, proteins and minerals. Get
economical Ken-W Ration today 1

KEN

herwite

Staffers

: Alvarado and son ieo, Mr. ana
Puerto Armuelles, David and Bo-
Armuelles by Mr. and Mrs. An ;
ton, Mr. David Drennan and Miss
Mercedes Romero In David they j
u, iho hr.iisPoi.Psis nf Mr and1

Mrs. Ignacio Jurarh, and Mr. and fd that the next meeting will be
Mrs. Edwin Beliz and in Boquotejthe business meeting on Tuesda ,y, i
of Captain and Mrs. C. 0. Wil August 5. at 7:30 a.m. iCO S;
'son and were entertained at lunch- wives who have recently arrived

- L RATION

Wholesome .
Nourishing

Box 134,
Panama

mimitsj promptly to Lot-mumio' lLo
Itlun 8:00 ami 10 mm. only.
at a sancocho Panameno by Mrs.
Gladys Dianous
The group returned to Colon
yesterday.
Fort Clayton NCO Wives'
Club Bingo Party
On Tuesday evening, the Fort
Clayton NCO Wives' Club held
their regular monthly social in
the ballroom of the NCO Open
Mess Mrs. Jean Collins, Mrs. Sa Sarah
rah Sarah Fleming. Mrs. Jacqueline
Flynn and Mrs Beverly Merk
were hostesses for the occasion.
Forty-four members and guests
enjoyed twelve games of bingo- un under
der under the direction ol Mrs. Erna
Forkas, social chairman. Mrs. Jac-
J 7 "" 'fi
me, adick Holhncsworth, Scarle
tisdale, WiJrn tore, Silvas
tforman and Sullivan.
1 he club mem... ere remind
are especially .nv!,eu
to attend.
Arrives For Visit En Route

To Dominican Republic
The Ambassador of Panama in .Four CUPS fresh sweet cherries,
the Dominican Republic, EuscbiolP1116 about 2la pounds); u cup

Morales, arrived yesterday from
Mexico City for a short visit with,
relatives before continuing Jiis
journey to Santo Domingo.
Principal of Concordia Institute
And Family Enjoy Short
Stay On Isthmus
Rev. and Mrs. Carl F. Weid Weid-nian
nian Weid-nian and their family are leaving
'today by ship after spending a
week on the Isthmus. While here
they have been guests at the Ti
ivoli Guest House and have been
entertained by m?ny friends in including
cluding including Mr. and Mrs. R. (i. Rowe,
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Zirkman and
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. MacVittie.
Dr. Wcidman is principal of the
High School Department at Con-
cordia Collegiate Institute, Bronx
tville, New York.
Mrs. Connard Returns To States
Mrs. John Connard, who has
been visiting her parents-in-law,
Capt. and Mrs. J. J. Connard of
Diablo Heights and her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Dillon of Gam Gam-boa,
boa, Gam-boa, returned to her home in New
York. Mr. Connard, who was here
for a short vacation, returned
previously to his position with the
Grace Line.
Albrook Carib Lounge
Sponsors Musical Program
For Gorges Patients
The Carib Lounge of Albrook j
AFB sponsored a musical trio on;
several wards of Gorgas Hospital
Monday night. Mernbers of the'
trio were A2C Jim Davis. A2C Roni
Ridenour and A3C Jim Lewis. Ar-J
rangements for this regular
monthly entertainment were made,
by Mrs. Britta A. Dunn. Director'
of the Carib Lounge, and with the
Red Cross office at Gorgas.
I (CONTINUID ON PAGE IVI)
Meals taste
better
with...
Use it on rioe! See how
delicious it Is with Ma
food, spaghetti, meat,
eggs, salads every everything.
thing. everything. Add Maggl Ketchup to
all your meals and
everybody will be delighted.

II

No Better
To Make
NEXT winter the family will

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stored up jam made from cherries now on the summer market.

BY GAYNOR MADDOX, NEA Food and Markets Editor

those fresh sweet ther-
nes from the Pacific northwest
vanish trom the market, make a
J Jal.
Northwest Spicy Cherry Jam
T(teld: about 7 half.pinti)
lemon juice, Va teaspoon citma
mon, V teaspoon cloves, tea
spoon allspice, 5 cups sugar, 1
box (2'2-ounce)
pectin.
powdered iruit
Select fully ripe cherries. Wash,
pit and chop. Add lemon jiece and
spices. Measure sugar into bowl;
set aside. Measure 4 cups prepar
ed fruit into saucepan (witer w.ay
be added to four cup if neces necessary!.
sary!. necessary!. Add pectin and mix mil.
Place over high heat and st'
slowly until mixture comes toh ard
boil. At once stir in .'ugar. Brinf;
to full rolling boil; boil hard for 1
minute, stirring constantly Re
move from heat; skim, ladle
quickly into sterilized half-pint
jar. Seal according to manuiac
turer's directions. Let stand 25
minutes and then shake Jars
gently to prevent floating fruit.
Looking for a fresh fruit dessert
for your summer menus. Here's
a rhubarb treat to serve with wnip wnip-ped
ped wnip-ped creanjr ice ?erem.
Rhubarb Crisp
(Makes 6 servings). .
Fruit Base: One-quarter cup
sifted enriched flour. W cup su sugar,
gar, sugar, teaspoon salt, 4 runs fresh
rhubarb, cut in 1 inch pieces; 1
No. 2 can pineapple chunks, drain-
Royal Worcester
finest
Bone China
introducing a really new
pattern.
"DORCHESTER"
$11.75
per place setting of
5 pieces
SHAW'S
Panama
Colon

opening tonight
MARCO ANTONIO TOVAR

J
nme Than Now
Sweet Cherry Jam

appreciate the homemaker who
Topping; One cup relied oats
(quick or old-fashioned, uncook
ed), Vi cup brown sugar, u cup
chp flour, i cup butter or mav
gartne, melted.
For 'the fruit base, mix flou, su
gar and salt. Thoroughly blend
' wlth rhubarb and pineapple. Di
I vide into 6 individual easier le.
For the topping, combine all in-
gredients until crumhlv. SnnnL-lo
j an equal amount of topping around
' edge of each casserole. Bake 'x
a moderate oven 35(0 degrees F.
40-45 minutes. Serve with wiiip
ped cream or ice cream.
House Group OKs
Legislation
On Welfare Funds
WASHINGTON UPIO The
jHouse Labor Committee ended
weeks of wrangling yesterday
J and gave its final approval 'n a
oui to compel both union ml
company run employe welfare
welfare funds to operate in the
public eye.
The action, taken by a 20-8 vote,
could clear the way for the House
to do something about a broader
Senate-passed labor reform bill
aimed at requL'ng Democratic
processes in unions and barring
convicted criminals from union of of-fice.
fice. of-fice. The broader measure has bpn
gathering dust on Speaker Sam
Rayburn's desk while he w-;'"d
for the Labor Committee to rill rill-pose
pose rill-pose of the welfare fund con;rol
bill.
Chairman Graham Barden (H-
N.C.) Dredlcted the Hdttse would
approe the welfare measure and
send it back to the Senate whib
passed a conflicting version. The
Senate then presumably would
send it to conference to hammer
out a compromise.
Barden told newsmen the Hon"
Jin uas a 101 oi good sense m
it. He said a provision to reouifc
managers of welfare funds to
make reports available to worker?
should go a long wv toward re restoring
storing restoring employe confidence in th
funds."
Before acting, 'the committee re rejected
jected rejected an amendment by Rep.
William H. Ayres (R-Ohlo) to ex-
emui company-run unlets irom the
bill s reporting requirements
Avres promptly served notice he
will resume the fight when the
House takes on thf. bill. He pre predicted
dicted predicted he would win.
THREE SOLDIERS DIE
LIVERPOOL, England (HPI) (HPI)-Three
Three (HPI)-Three British soldiers were killed
and eight others injnred today
when a truck in which they wnre
riding collided with another truck
at nearby Brecon.
Mexican
"ranchero"
singer
2 presentations
nightly,
(except Monday)
9 and' 1 0:30 p.m.
in
THE BELLA VISTA
,. with
Clarence Martin's
Orchestra providing
dellfhtful music,
for dining and dancing
no cover no minimum

!3? 'wmtmm

wnen you discover Out you
have dialed a wronj number, d tin
Just hang up. Remember you nav.
inconvenience another person. So
say, "I'm sorry, I must have a
wrong number."
Never forget to be courteous
even when you are talking to some
one you don't know.
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written rer NBA Service
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South West North Rut
INT. Pati Pais Pais
Opening lead K
Today is my son Jim'i
25th
birthday and it seems most ap appropriate
propriate appropriate to show a 25 point hand
played by him.
his opening three no-trump bid
was standard and normally with
live-point uymmy there should
have been.no trouble about mak
ing his contract.
Unfortunately for him his hand
was loo good apd he could not
get to dummy to make the king
of spades. However, he did find
a sure thing end play.
Jim won the third diamond lead
and noted that East had started
with exactly two diamonds and
that left five for West..
Now im took his four good
club tricks and. the ace end queen
of spades. His next lead was a
diamond and West was able to
take more diamond tricks where whereupon
upon whereupon it was Katy bar the door
It did not matter what hearts
and spades West held. He would
have to If a soa to. dummy's
king or a heart to Jim's acc and
Jim's play was automatic for
an exiWt nlaving ruhber bridge.
In. duplicate he might well bvc
to r"nv tri -for the king
s and try for an over'-ick I
i case he would have gene il
riffflc''
of hearts
in wmcn case he would have gene
down
?rTh Wddinf been:
' Berth
11 I? "bl
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West!
Pass
You, South, hold:
whet do you do
A The aianaMe Mai af nix etabe
reeeeaaaeaded but jn eaat
cMtplieat. tkBVt kMaHag
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding has been:
went North ftaat
1 J Double
You, South, hold-
wnat do you do?
CHUCKLE HEAD!
WACO, Tex. No' on is I
swimming in the Bosque River j
these days. Despite an Intensiv-Si
two-day search of the river by
parties in boats, on foot, on norse norse-back
back norse-back and in helicopters, Albert
the alligator, who escaped from
Central Texas Zoo at Warn Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, was still at large today.
MEXICO CITY You have a
Legitimate reason to feel insulted
li your host serves you the right
leg of a chicken. Pablo Sanjenis,
chef at Mexico City's Hotel Plaza
Vista Hermosa, says a chicken's
left leg is more tender than the
right. He backs up this ronton
firm hv nnintinff nut ;hat the
chicken sleeps on his right leg''
and develops greater muscles on
that side. k
MAUD, Tx, Justice ef the
Peace Paul Jones didn't succeed
en hii first attempt, te he search''
ed the waters of Lake Texarkana
every day for a 'mbnlh ahd a
half yesterday, he proved the time
honored theorv that persistans
pays off by fishing a wilUet he
had dropped in the lake six weks
ago.
CHICAGO Charlei Weiss call called
ed called on an expert to help him catch
parakeet that flew into hit
grocery store yesterday slid elud eluded
ed eluded capture Weiss brought the
store's cat to the scene and t.ie
bird paralyzed by fright, allowed
itself to be caught.
rOPI tUMIHS TOOTHACHE
VATICAN CITY (Vfl) Pope
Plus XII it suffering from a tooth toothache;
ache; toothache; and it under teatment by
hit dentist, Vatican sources Hid
today.

Common Quotes
ACROSS
1 From
to bettom
4 anal
fortune
I Auld
yt
It Mine old
It Afresh
14 Nautical term
II Mil d
1 Farthest
interior
tt Became
smaller
(with eut)
10 Aids and -tl
pert in
.a storm
It Newts
24 Redact
2Mine
entrance
27 Chest bone
0 Superficial
coating
32 Musical
direction
34 Come tort h
15 Eats away
tl Disencumber
t7 African
antelopes
tlEdfaV
40 Fruit
41 Deep blue
41 Guide
45 Shine
41 House and
land
51 Anger
51 Indijo
51 Preposition
54 -and all
11 Moistens
S Solar disk
IT Boy's
nickname
DOWN
1 Drive dow n
2 Curved
molding
1 Had reference
4 Child's
tales
5 British
princess
Repaired
7 Pemal sheep
I Young sheep
(9l)
t Century plant
10 Bird s home
11 Obtains
iTCet
lICeriMin

i ri iff f i rki 9 1 p
p i
r Jr IT
fTfr innr
K r r
it ZZ E xl llIj

7ie Ptafate Patent

Before school colsed, Bud bd
located a unjer job in i local
garage. But the iirsi morning he
turned up for work, Hi owner
saia ne o nao to give ine ion 10 n
...If..,- UJ 1 tU... 14V... Irn... U...
wuc s un uioiiiri. iuu kiiuw nuw
it II, ne saw uncomiortaDiy.
Bud didn't know how it was.
Shocked by the world's treachery
be spent the reit of the day
looking for other jobs. But people
who were hiring high school kids
had already picked their boys. At
dinner that night he was so de'
pressed that nil father said kir.d'y
"Look, Bud, Until you find Work,
we'll go right on with your usual
allowance. Now take that load of
your mind."
But Bud didn't. Though he

muttered ''thanks',' ior the $4 his v.,
fathe-hanM hini,he WW,-, .eoH ift
grouAy aSIlhostile toWard' hk H MemaJt the faflkafl

mother the next day that she said i
despairingjy to his father "You'd:
think we'd turned him out of the
nouse insieao oi neiping mm.
Sometimes I think that today's
young people are just incapable
of gratitude
I think many parents of adoles
cent cnnoren Know tnis appaned
"8 ingratitude. In our hearts
vve "n ron to ourselves, "The
more ,ry t0 d& for Bud or Lila;
the more outrageously they treat
me."
Our answer is: Bud and Lila
want to do for themselves.
Bud is jealous of his fathtr's es established
tablished established .ability to earn his own
income. When we make our kind
effort to help solve his unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment problem by. giving him our
money, his envy d our superior
position becomes intolerable -and
he strikes out at us as the "have-
nots ot mis world nave been
striking out at the "haves" since
time began.
Actually, his ingratitude is a
frustrated form of self-respect.
It's a great comfort to perceive
that this li true. And it is what we
KIDNEYSmust
CLEANoutACIDS
Tour body elaana eut axcaas acids
and pnlnonmm waste in your hloort
thrnuch million of tiny dalicat tubca
or filters In the kidneys. When carina
invM ths dalleau tubes and Irri
tate the bladder, maklnr yoo auffsr
from the
these Inf
ine oi.scomioi-is resuitina irom
Infections, then you fel old.
tired, nervous and detiressed. try
Cystex and ret effectlva relief from
these ellnients. Cystex combats
germs, cleans out excess acids from
kidneys and Madder and soothes IrrU
tsted tlaauai. AK nr Cyatax from
your drutflst today and ae how
mem eatter ane happier you win real
stain, net Cyatax from your drucrlsL
Masses docs what no ordinary
powder em do. Not only soothes
VOtir skin, ea actually prevents
minor rashes, shoe Mb. (icnlle
meditation destroy Irritating
skin surface bacteria. AbsorbtM
eormtarch base clings dost tm
lofcger ralnf. Get Mexana today
WORLD'S UMtfT SELUN8
MEDICATED fUUVt POWDER

Hedieated Uaxana Skin Cream Helps Heal Sore "Detergent HeexseT'

Anwr to Previem

Pu.

It Puts iii order 4 1 Ancient Saida
14 Always 41 George
25 taste Bernard
tl Amphitheater 43 Musical
27 Branching eut quality
11 Ledger entry 44 Give forth
:7
SftS
II Straw
46 Better
than never
47 Sea eagle
48 Require
so Juana
II Moths
33 Stabs
tl Imperative
40 Pares
.0
need to maintain our kindness at
uuu searcnes for another job.
If we don't see it. we can st
contused as contused as Alice in
j.ooKing glass Land where to so
t I ...
luiw.nu, you naa to walk back-
ward. We begin to doubt the va.

lue of kindness that seems to pro produce
duce produce irritability in Bud instead af
gratitude. We remain blind td the
fact that his Irritability is direct directed
ed directed not at us but at" his own depen-'
dence upon us.
The key to all nice adolescent -youngsten'
nasty behavior it
their passion to be free of grati gratitude.

ho marr
ln June:
Unless you have married a maa
who i at home in the kitchen,,
ie uusmess cuo at a
scrub mop and doesn't think wa-h
ing dishes is beneath hii dignity,
you'd better respect the old-fash
ioned division of labor that has
, some work clearly marked 'won
en s and some "men's.
1 To put it bluntly, if your hush
.and has no intention of sharing
I wn,t ne re8ards as "woman'l
usb
work," then you had better think

a long time before pitching in i'
help him earn a living, do thi
yard work, the do-i -yourself re
pair jobs and so on.
Many a bride, married to a n.ai
who thinks the house is so'ely hi
wife's responsibility, has jumpel
in with both feet to help wi h hit
jobs and learned later to her;
disgust that "togetherness" workl
only when both husband and wife
are willin to share each other'!
responsibilities.
N If only .he wife believes in 4,to
getherness," she ends up by doing doing-all
all doing-all of her own work and part of
her husband's. And by the time-

there is house full of younf
children, the wife has a far big-
ger load than she bargained for.
Then she wr'tes to'me.to com com-"lain
"lain com-"lain that the house the yard and
the children are nil her respond,
hili y, evn tbnth he is holding
down a job to help pay for a
j home.
i The way for a bride to avoii
i this eventual disillusionment is :
I rfetermiie ri-rht swy just hot
he hu'band 1 ,-bouf th hush.
and wife oartnership, and then
ae' 'ecnrdin-'jv.
If he wants his wife jus: to fAe
care of the home and o cater
his comfort, then she had bettej
"0t trv In prtvme ?ny job that",
isn't clearly "woman's work."
Btf' if b likes' the idea of iw
working at home chores as well
as earning lMng 'hen she if
safe in sharin? hit responsibiltes,
because she knows he expects te
share hers.
No heat rash or
chafe for me.
Before dressing,
I use Mexana
' Powder. It keeps
me comfortable
ill over. . even on
hottest davs' I
7
I kssattal
Mats Messes
pievenled
dteeer ratk ss-
ever 15 M ike
Mai



THURSDAY. JULY U, lllT

TBI FAN AM A AMERICAN AN INDIlrEJiUI.nl until ntirsrurM

Soci

at and

erwi&e

Ulh

-

announce Birth .f Daughter i which art to go to tht Court's

Rev. and Mrs. Jihn S. Sptr of rputr ehr'ties, r M
Gamboa announce the birth of Bey John Tumulty C.
their fifth child and firit daughter Court Chaplain, was welcomed af af-on
on af-on July 16, at Gorgaa Hospital, ter aft bice of; m vera! w eeks.
123. Immediately following the meet-

Catholit Daughters Of x Vt surprise party was held for

America Meet Mri- cu,r Geneteau, a very ac
The CathoUc Daughter, of A- tive member, who is to leave soon
merica. Court of Our Lady of the to make her home in the SUtes.
Miraculous Medal No. IfcaS&ftfl-SL'

their regular montmy meannj m S"2Li ZZZUT u lu
m. JlTzTZZ -m -..i u... u.n in H and rn loved by all.

ine fun 11 II oi Luiurauua - , t.
i- .i.ntoH A life membership card in the

G3 Regen0MrsWRrta Washa- General Association Mj."-;
wer. thir.;culos MedjL was F-ntedto

Plans for a Card Party and Cake, from the Court.
Sale to be held in the near fu-i -7
ture were made the proceeds from Jf "S PM,f

Senate GroupOKs
Bill To Outlaw
Switchblade Traffic

Of Halv Family Church

A reception will be held on Sun

day evening for rather jvucnaei j
Wvt CM. newlv appointed Pas

tor of the Holy Family Church in

Margarita. ......
Father Wye has been Pastor of
the Sacred Heart Chapel in Ancon
for the past several years.
All parishioners and friends are
rorrtiallv invited to the reception

,n, i c..i. tn hp held at the Knights of

rommittee approved legislation
yesterday to outlaw interstate
traffic in switchblade knives which
i New York judge said had be

come the trademark of young
hoodlum gangs.
The Interstate Commerce Com Committee
mittee Committee acted after hearing testi-;
ifiony of New York State Su- j
jreroe Court Justice John E. Cone
ind other members of a New
ork committee to ban teen-age
weapons." i
Cone aid more than 1,2;00,000
iwitchblade and gravity knives
were being soil each year, "prin "prin-:ipally
:ipally "prin-:ipally to youth." He said such
tnives "have become the trade trade-nark
nark trade-nark of gangs."
He urged approval of a bill to
rovide $2,000 ifnes and five-year I
rison terms for interstate traffic
n such knives.
Cone displayed a small arsenal
if knives, zip guns and o t h e r
weapons of teen-age gasg war war-are.
are. war-are. He said many o' the knives
were being imported from Italy, j
Chairman Warren Magnuson
DrWaSh.) said the w ea p o n s j
ihowel how times had changed.
'When I was a boy a juvenije de-1
inquent was a kio who wfd six
ents on an overdue library
lookf" he slid.
Con said New York and !! oth j
r states had banned switchblade 1
ind gravity knives but that "we j
ire stymiel by federal laws.;
whioh, permit teen-ager to obtmnj
hem through mail order houses.

Columbus Home in Margarita on
Sunday, Jnly 27th from 6:30 to
8:30 ofclock.

1. fii

Diablo Camera Club
To Present W
Around The Isthmus

A sequel to Crossroad Portraits''

presented recently win ue w
USO-JW'B Armed Forces Service
fered bv the Diablo Camera Ciub
on Monday, at 7:30 p.m. at the
Center when the Camera Club in introduces
troduces introduces Around the Isthmus in
80 minutes wrtn the Diablo Came Camera
ra Camera Club,"
Whereas "Crossroads" develip
ed sights and scenes in and around
the terminal cities ol Panama and
Colon, "Around tht Isthmus" 1
reveal the life in the rest of the
Republic, as different in each ot
itg nine provinces as Is the Cuua
Indian' from the, Cholos, and a:
difficult to reacn at times a is
the trip by automobile from the
capital city to David during tle
rainy season.
The arm-cnair tour will begin
in the northeastern part of tht
Isthmus near Boca del Toro ana

Chanffuinol- and follow the At

lantic coast through Salud down
to Portobelo and toe San Bias Is

lands. Ihen a rapid tlight over to

the Pacific side win De maoe to

the near-Colombian ooraer iov.n
of Jaque and a visit made to the

Chepo and Danen Indians, tne

Per ai and Tabofia islands wu: tie

viewed before starting inland
from Arraijan fo: a trip through
the Code, Veraguas, Los Santos,

Herrera and Chiriqui provinces.
Huge 15-foot ant hills and man man-made
made man-made salt flats will also be pres presented
ented presented for viewing. The trip will
end at El Baru, near the starting
point of the tour.
The Diablo Camera Club has

apent many hours accumulating
and selecting slides for "Around
the Isthmus in 80 Minutes," the

result of a number of expeditions
by the club into the various reg regions
ions regions of the country in an attempt
to present a composite picture of
what can be seen by Isthmians
within near air, land or boat hhot
from the terminal cities of Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. In conjunction with the illustrat illustrated
ed illustrated lecture, miniature oil paintings
of Marco Ernesto of Panama are
on exhibit in the art gallery o.' the
USO-v'WB. These paintings por
trav scenes of country life and
their people that will be presented
on slides by the Diablo Camer
Club.

Earrings Are Longer While

Necklaces Become Shorter

NEW YORK (UPI) Long ear stones. New way to wear them:

Hats For Winter
indicate That Sack
Is On Way Out

Cobra's Showmanship. Byron s Diction

Share Prize At Calypso Talent Night

Showmanship ani diction battledi he considered his greatest rivaL

n.ww t!nl Ti n wi m Aii irtrnrS t . a vv l :

.i nrS ,.a.iiv collars ol lyrs-r.... -. to a draw last night to share a 25 tonra ciaimea mat ura ueuc oui

111153 anu onui 1 ucviviavv o V4. 1 u 1 a, 111 fu

blouses

ine

the long and short of it in

tume jewelry lor lall.

were working today to surprise aeh ri,. j.,rna .hp ppwiv

I The old time headache band.! he woman who is jtlU aslon.shed en, ghr ,t the loca, Sa,M

l F- hxO thn tafU I

Some of the new "slim jim" which came back last spring. So;- ... of hf..cocKta iounSe

,.,. ..,1 inln n li'a oxneftpfl in Do w '" . :

CdlAlllib.-i uaiiKiv ail tnv wpj tw in.j"v

the shoulder, reports the Fa smon especially popular with two m

i fashion were non-committal absui

the shoulder reports tne Fashion especially P?'" ;, i what they would show hext week Lord Byron bowec to the will of
Coordination Institute which kctps ior- trwam hair i-4he oou debut of their wilUfl ithe lare audience wnich in.istent.

Tal- seems lo be making every effort

Salon W to avoid competition with him.

Other contestants included Lord
Wimba; orma Williams. whore-

Calypso singers Lord Cobra and ceived a good round of applaus

tabs on basic beautv and fashion fant or fluffy cut, and the em

trend. And the short bib, ehewker! whlcn has syti. nai siranps, ai

and dog collar necklaces, w:tl

many strands twisted together,

have displaced the long ropes
which we women have draped a a-round
round a-round our necks the past few sea

sons.
If you still want to use ycur
rope supply, douhle. triple or

quadruple It around the neck, so

it forms a fiH-m for alt those
standaway collars showing in fall
cp-.V'v-10-wear.
"Next in importance is color
in jewelry," sa'd Mrs. Charlotte
Thompson, the institute director.
"Jewelry shades go right along
with clothing shades. So all the
purplps, includinc amethyst and

mauve, will be good, bo win tnc
combination of green and biue,

front and side but builds to a p:k
at the back of the crown.
Some jewelry manufacturers
row small, lightweight pins ii. a
series of three, four or five to at
tach to the bands. Matching clip
on suit or dress is all the o'her
jewelry necessary.
Pins have a new place in tali
ion, literally. Gone is Ihe long longtime
time longtime placement on the left sho. sho.-der:
der: sho.-der: ihh fnll, they come as giobs
of fobs to be worn smack in the
center of a neckline or bodice.
Some of these masses of stone
form pins three and four inches
across. But if you buy this much
of showpiece, better confine it
to evening wear, Mrs. Thomson

ssiH. If vo'T ''ock1?'! or evnine

frock has a low-plunging back

red and rose.

Some manufacturers suggest! clip a pin at the base.

that women bhnd jewelry color
with' suit or Hress, but Mrs.
Thompson said it'd be up to th
individual to decide whether she
wanted contrast or coordination of

co'rs.
New for fall is the bar p n,
which tjrndm wore to' hold the
tabs of her high-starched collar
Tory's bar pins are longer, some
of them measuring three inches.

and splashier, set with colored pairs on the wrists

diction, that made his songs reiat
ively easv for ? sroiip of Ameri Americans
cans Americans in the audience to under
stand.
After tne show, Cobra revealed
that he didn't mind sharing honor'
with Byron, who he admired very

mucn, dui ne was extremely an

T nprsonallv was honing h e

jitvli's "'of!-1 decree the end of
the dangling bracelets; but there ?
still lust as much jingle-janglo as
ever because sleeve lengths conn
just be'ow the elbow and t h e
space on down has to be filial in
with fomethi"" Therp are howev however,
er, however, some rigid, or "dome'!''
hracelets mef" to be worn in

ANOTHER CASTRO Raul
Castro, above, younger brother
of Cuban rebel loader Fidel
Castro, reportedly led the raid
which bagged the first of aome
40-odd Americans kidnaped by
rebel forces within a few days.
He's shown in a rebel strong stronghold
hold stronghold somewhere in the Sierra
Maestra mountains.

Fans Jam Fort Kobbe Club
For Jazz Festival Opening

durina the debut of their winter the large audience which iniistent

collections, but the consensus was iy cnanied "empate (draw) alter
they could come tip with strong j the two Panamanian singers en en-antidote
antidote en-antidote to the line that has de gaged in a calypso duel improvis improvis-prived
prived improvis-prived woman of her curve-. ing polite gags about each other.
The first indication that the I Lord Cobra used showmaiiMi.p

sack might be slipping came yes
t.rday with a showing of hats by
Jean Patou and Pierre Oardin.
Patou's particularly heriided a
so t feminine line that was dis distinctly
tinctly distinctly anti-sack.
On Thursday, Friday and Satur
day, Saint-Cyr, Legroux and Paul
lette, the style-setters in Parisian
millinery, will unveil their collec collections.
tions. collections. But at the moment interest Is
focused on the care ully guarde;l
workrooms of the men who will
reshape last year's dresses.
The Patou collection empha emphasized
sized emphasized height throughout.
Turbans with rolled brims and
deeD crowned cloches in bronze.

moss green, cocoa and apricot

were elevated. Some used dows in
contrasting colors or swirls of os ostrich
trich ostrich feathers to further accentu
ate the effect.
Many of the draped evening tur turbans
bans turbans were bejeweled and oriental
in feeling. This was taken as an
indication that evening gowns for
the coming season would be fluid
in line and softly feminine.
Other afternoon and evening
hats were shaped so close to the
head that the looked like wigs.
"These never would go with
sack dresses," said one fashion
."xpert, with a visible sigh of
relie

and the Mighty Growler,

a veteran who failed to make
the slightest Impression On the
crowd.
All contestants received prizea
of merchandise contributed by loc local
al local merchants.

and spicy lyrics that brought

few blushes to reach the semi iin CHAPLIN WILL MARRY
als of the calypso singing contest im
aeainst Lord Bvron who nleased' ST. JEAN CAP GERRAT,

the crowd mainiv with his smooth i France (UPI

singing style and the excellent

-Svdnev Chaolia.

prtor son ot comedian Lnaitie
Chaplin, and French ballerina
Noelle Adam announced yester
dav. that they will be mr

: ried soon. It was the third time

the 34-year-old Chaplin has an announced
nounced announced marriage plans. Previous Previously,
ly, Previously, he had announced intentions of
mrrvinp British screen star Joan

xious lo do battle in a Calypso! Collins and comedienne Judy Hoi Hoi-contest
contest Hoi-contest with Lord Delicious, wio'liday.

Several hundred jazz enthusiasts; Queen of the Keyboard; The Jets;
crowded the Fort Kobbe Service 1 a combo from Albrook Air Force

riluh Tuesday niiihl to hear 7 top Base; Joe rinto ana 111s jdi en

jazz groups and entertainers offi

cially open tne international Ja
Festival for 1958 believed to be
the first such function ever to take

place in this area.

GE Predicts Sharp
Rise In Purchase

Mai. Robert D. Danforth, adju

tant of the 1st Battle Group, 20th
Infantry, officially opened the fes festival
tival festival by saying, "I would iiko to
bring to your attention that all

personnel on the program are 00

Still Do Not Know

Misplaced Manners In

By GAY PAULEY
NfeW YORK, UPIO -Well, all
said was that AeW Yor men
iad mispiaceu iheir manners.
And then came tne deluge.
Letters on the subject ot men
ind chivalry poured in lrom b fth
lexes no all parts of the nation,
ommenting on my recent gripe
that men faced me for cabs, .i.d .i.d-,vay
,vay .i.d-,vay seats, elevators and tele telephone
phone telephone bootns; mat, in Short, men
U NOT behaving like gentle gentlemen.
men. gentlemen. Qr, like this girl born a
i;i f.rrhpr south than Manhatt

an had grown up expecting them

0

Wimsical letter some of them
in rhyme, came across the 1 Mm.
Jo did letters agreeing the 100
per cent American boys no long long-tr
tr long-tr had the virtue ol good man-;
lers, but laying we women could
take some of the blame because
ive competed with men for job
ind we'd lost some of our own
femininity. And most of all, letters
from irate males castigating me
ior carping. Some samples:
Go Heme"
From a "fan" in San Diego who
signed himself New Yorker.'
f would like to compliment you

start acting like ladies,' 'then men
win sian acting line aeuuenuil.

Fund For Republic
Expected To Fold
Within Near Future
NEW YORK (UPI) The Fund

for the Republic, established m

1952 to hetp defend civil liberties

in the United States appears
likely' tff fold uf"within ttoThexr1

three to four years.

Dr. Robert M. Hutchins, presi president
dent president of the fund said yesterday
that at the end of the coming three
year period, the fund experts to
have exhausted all of the 15 mil million
lion million dollars in grants it has re-

deived from the Ford Foundation, I rj0 from his orchestra playing at

semble; the Gil Bright Trio, Han

ny Bishop's "Rich Tones" ana a .
pir- z'z 1 n Of Electrical Goods
Admission to the Interna'ionM j
Jazz Festival for 1958 is free and NEW YORK (UPD-Amencans
the general public of Panama md will buy one and a quarter trillion

the Canal Zone is invited. Buses
from Panama City to Fort Kohbe
run until midnight after the fes

tival has ended and jazz end

nating their time and talent to siasts irom the citv may noarn
make this an outstanding event, such buses at the Ancon pos' 01 01-n,
n, 01-n, tn m. that the com- fice. The Fort Kohbe Cluli is loc-

dollars worth 0: electrical equip

ment ranging from light bulbs 10
turbines in the next 20 years,
Chairman Ralph J. Cordiser of
General Electric Co. predicted to today.
day. today. He said that would be four

ty relations between our postdated on the third floor of the rosl times the total amount of such

and the local residents V' ot the exchange
highest degree."

Sponsored by the Enlisted Men's
Advisory Council under the $w $w-auce
auce $w-auce of Mrs. Dorris Caldwell,, di director,
rector, director, of theiiFort Kobbe SService
Club, the jazz festival's first group
of musicians, fronted by bandlead

er Arthur Branch, was composed
of musicians from practically ev
erv "-'l-known nightclub in Pana-j

ma City.

Clarence Martin brought a jazz

building

WW

its sponsor

Hutchins said the 4 fund did not
plan to seek additional monies
from the Ford Foundation or from

both At Fault
I agree inai tueie is a dearth
ot ku m...ii, Vtio.e iiiod-

ore. n. urieunoerg, in L,e tiers 10 any other sources.

lue vjhOi 111 iu 1 nuautipiiia
Bulletin, nut sue inis( columnist)
snouiu navH oeen more accurate
to address her reman 10 oom

V Panama-Hilton Hotel and it

was greeted with thunderous ap ap-nlause
nlause ap-nlause from the audience which

seemed to like the pure progres- 1

sive iazz. while greeting tne rocKi

The fund announced a four-mil-, v roll and straight orchestrations

lion-dollar program aimed at, with only lukewarm applause. But

identifying and clarifying major

forces in American life which at

men anu women rainer than oaly 1 feet tradtonal freedoms. The ap

propration, Hutchins said, will

leave an uncommitted balance of

$817,693.

men..
on countless occasions, while
lltuiig on a ous or suuway, I nave

Been oaugeu uy. some woman I The new program, h! said is. in
pocketbook without so mucn as a effect an extension of the "basic

Sorry' or 'Excuse me, ...... j issues" project, a ,study of six
Another pniiaoeipnian devoted j major institutions and their effect
three pages to ten me that clav-(0n individual freedoms. They deal

airy is indeed dead. . .wnere vv.'Wjtn the relationship of the indi

vidual to the corporation, the
trade union, the common defease,
religious institutions, mass media
and political parties, pressure
groups and professional associa associations.
tions. associations. In a filmed television interview,
Hutchins pictured the United
States as a country where a mor moron
on moron can easily achieve' success.
At the same time, Hutchins aid

that a a result of automation,

many intelligent persons are do

nan eoiiiuaiiy. nowever, is who

Hilled it. . ."

Just try protecting one of tnose
'weak' lemales," ne wrote If
you uon t enu up on your back In
a gutter, "you'll at least need a
couple 01 i-mlaileiphia lawyers to
get you out of the pokey. Gener Generally
ally Generally the male is too busy protect protecting
ing protecting himself Irom aome lemaie to
have time beinf chivatfous. ."

Bed Everywhere

the audience had an opportunity :

hear almost every type of jazz, so
diversified were the groups who
appeared at the Fort Kobbe SServ SServ-ice
ice SServ-ice Club last evening.
Besides Clarence Martin and Ar

thur Branch, groups led by u. n

Goodrich, Randy Jocobs and ai
Martin kept the large crowd at
the service club hanpy, along with

the songs of 15-year old Canal

Zone vocalist vena Bennett, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Delphina Williams
and a rhvthm proup and the piano
st.vlings of Zez Bennett, well-known
pt'-no instructor at Fort Kobbe.
The jazz festival continues to
nipht at the Kobbe club, beginning
at 8 o'clock. Scheduled for appear
ar,c- op"ht are Arco1'' T,rcky
and his group; pianist Dolores-

doean't have a Corner on

manners by any means,

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nounced announced he will seek the Re Republican
publican Republican nomination for Gov Governor
ernor Governor of New York. If success successful,
ful, successful, he word be pitted this fall
against another multimillion multimillionaire.
aire. multimillionaire. Democratic Gov. Averell
Harriman. Rockefeller, 49, has
never run for political office,
but has held high appointive
posts under the last three
presidents.

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on being the biget blowharu inKrec wrote in his weekly column

New York city Pw

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' "Having worked in New York
fof the last dectde, leaving y ur
wonderful chivalrous South to do
10 "it muat have become etched
in your feeble little mind that you
weren't the only one to leave the
,111s in eearch of civilization. .
"Please, "lady, go home nl
lake, your playmates with you.
A reader named Steve Bennett,
20, who signed his letter an Am-;
erican, an Oklahoman, anij a
B-ntleman" agreed manners were

i?one but said it was because

women "have become too inde

pendent. They are trying to place
themselrei on the lame level a

men social v. economically ana

"Let me tell you New Yoiking worit that' morons cofeld easily

Handle.
"The object of industrialization
is to reduce the amount of human
effort and intelligence that is put
into any single operation." he
said. "Therefore, you finally got
machines down to the point where

they can be operated by a 12-

in th Lone Beach. Calif:, lnde

pendent Press Telegram, Boor
tshness is running rampant in the
good old U.S.A."
In 20 lines ol poetry on today s

not ao lair ma-ioenwx. nemn. year-old child, or could be ii the

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ed;t 11 a fc-i-wt ,,,111 ",ni, mns Uit it i possible
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try. .(m chivalrous road he ll utchins ,.aid, e horror of
pass her by .And hold within situation jg not ,h f
that wistful sigh Until u. ... ,f..i

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Shortest blast of all came irom

every ather way, .When women chen floor.

L L, Petersen ofSt Paul, Minn

Said he, via postcard: "When you
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to hold a' mart's job, yflu els got
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reflecting shrinking, inventories of
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equipment sold in the last 80
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The industry also will produce
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than it produced in the past 80

years, he added.

Cordiner said the reasons for

his optimism are the expected

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mations. the growing population

and the fact the population is

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which will open rtfw residential

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He described a "super -city as

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lap overlap into continuous urban areas.
"Such ootimism about the Indus

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IDAT JULY M, 1B
Phillies Make Eddie Sawyer Look Like Genius In Return
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Out Of League Lead
With Twinbill Sweep

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, July 24 (UPI) A couple of new
"Whiz Kids" got Eddie Sawyer off to a dilly, of a
start in Philly.

The two youngsters were Harry
Anderson and Kay Semproch.
both of whom were still playing on
the sandlots when Sawyer led ihe
original Whiz Kids to a National
League pennant in 1950.
Together, they provided Sawyer
with a warm welcome back as
manager of the Phillies last night
when thev combined in a pair of
victories over the San Francisco
Giants.
Anderson belted a three run
homer to give the Phils a 3-1 tri triumph
umph triumph in the completion of a game
suspended on June 22. Then Sem Semproch
proch Semproch pitched a five hitter to
blank 'the Giants, 2-0, in a regular
scheduled contest
Anderson's homer came in the"
sixth inning off southpaw Johnny
Antonelli and it made Sawyer look
like a genius. Ex-manager Mayo
Smith used to platoon the left,
handed hitting Anderson. One of
the first 'things Sawyer said upon
taking over the Phillies was that
he would play the 26-year-old out outfielder
fielder outfielder against all kinds of pitching-
Ruben Gome?: started for the
Giants in the June 22nd game and
had a 1-0 lead going into the sixth.
He also had put two men on. Man Manager
ager Manager Bill Rigney of the Giants put
in Antonelli to pitch to Anderson
at that spot last night and Ander-i
son did the rest. Robin Roberts
was credited with his ninth vic victory.
tory. victory. Semproch never permitted a
Giant runner to advance past
second base as he achieved his
12th victory in the second game.
Philadelphia scored its first run
off southpaw Mike McCormick
in the opening frame on a walk
and two singles and Bob Bow Bowman
man Bowman homered with the bases
empty in the fourth.
The two losses knocked the
Giants out of first place. Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee moved a lull game in front on
Tnnv .Tav's two-hit r, o triumph ov
er St. Louis. Jay struck out sevenj
and didn't walk a man as ne post posted
ed posted his sixth victory and third shit shit-out
out shit-out of the season. Only Cardinal
hits off .lav were singles by Gene
Freese in the filth and Don Blas-
ingame in the ninth.
Milwaukee .jumped on Larry
Jackson for two inns in the first
inning and added lour more in
the second with the aid of Eddie
Mathews' 20th homer with two
men on base.
Pittsburgh climbed out of the
cellar and shoved Los Angeles in into
to into it by sweeping a doubleheader
trorn the Dodgers, 11-3 and 6-3,
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Ronnie Kline scored his 10th vic victory
tory victory in the opener and Bob Friend
his 12th in tne nightcap.
Steve Bilko's two run homer
helped the "Dodgers jump to a quick
first inning lead in the first game
but Roberto Clemente's three-run
j homer in the fourth followed by
jrrank Thomas' 27th homer en enabled
abled enabled the Pirates to clincf. the vic-
! tory, Dick Stuart contributed four
jhits, including a pair of triples.
Friend, like Kline, fell behind in
the first inning of 'the nightcap
when he gave up iwo runs but the
Pirates retaliated with five in tjieir
hall of the frame. Dick Groat's
three run double off loser Clem
Labine was the key blow. Friend
struck out 10 but still required re relief
lief relief in the ninth from Roy Face.
Frank Robinson's two-run hom homer
er homer in the 10th inning brought the
Cincinnati Redlegs from behind to
a 6-5 win over the Chicago Cubs.
Robinson hit his homer off loser
Don Elston after Bobby Thomson
had homered off winner Hal Jeff Jeff-coat
coat Jeff-coat in the top of the inning to put
Chicago ahead. George Crowe al also
so also homered for the Redlegs.
The Yankees ran all over the
Tigers, 16-4, in beating Frank La Lary
ry Lary lor the first time this season
and stretching their American
League lead to 13 games.
Lary, who had beaten the Yanks
five straight times this year, de departed
parted departed in the sixth on the short
end of a 4 0 score. The Bronx
Bombers rallied for six runs o!;
Hank Aguirre in tne seventh and
piled up six more in the ninth.
Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra
each homered and drove in lour
runs while Norm Siebern aiso
homered in an 18-hil attack that
brought Art Ditmar his sixth vic victory.
tory. victory. Jim (Mudcat) Grant hurled a
five-hitter for Cleveland and battery-mate
Russ Nixon drove in
three runs in a 5-3 decision over
wasnington. Nixon homered in
the second inning and then dou doubled
bled doubled home two runs off Pedro
Ramotffe the seventh to break a
3-3 tME&fry GeidV also con connected
nected connected hr Cleveland.
Ex Yankee Ralph Terry held
the Red Sox to seven hits in lead leading
ing leading the Athletics tt a 3-1 victory!
Kansas City scored the two decid deciding
ing deciding runs off rookie Bill Monbou Monbou-quette
quette Monbou-quette in the thira on singles by
Terry, Bill Tuttle and Preston
Ward and Bob Cerv's sacrifice
fly.
tsanmore rained tor lour runs
in the ninth inning to defeat Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, 6-4, Early Wynn led 4-2 go going
ing going into the ninth when the Orioles
tied the score on Bob Nieman's
double, Joe Ginsberg's single, a
sacrifice, a walk and Jack Harsh Harsh-aman's
aman's Harsh-aman's pincfi single. Bob Boyd
then broke the lie with a two-run
double. Reliever George Zuverink
was the winner.
PICKED TO REPEAT
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LEADING
HITTERS
(.Based on 200 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
G AB R H
Musial, S.L. 84 300 44 106
Mays, S.F. 88 349 69 120
Dark, Chi. 74 295 35 97
Ashburn, Phila. 86 343 53 112
Walls, Chi. 92 369 63 117
Skinner, Pitt. 84 316 58 100
Cepeda, S.F. 87 353 55 111
Anderson, Phi. 79 291 45 90
Aaron, Mil. 87 351 66 107
Torre, Mil. 82 203 22 62
Pet.
.353
.344
.329
.327
.317
.31 G
.lilt
.309
.305
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Runnels, Bos. 84 319 56 106
Goodman, Chi. 59 231 24 76
Power, Cleve. 85 340 58 111
Fox, Chi. 93 370 50 119
Cerv K C 82 305 58 98
Siebern, N.Y. 71 237 40 76
Kuenn, Del. 79 310 40 98
Ward, K.C. 80 270 32 84
Malzone.'iBos. 91 371 40 115
Williams, Bos. 84 270 54 83
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.322
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RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Thomas, Pirates 77
Banks, Cubs 71
Anderson, Phillies 2
Cepeda, Giants
Spencer, Giants 50
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox 85
Cerv, Athletics
Sievers, Senators 6;!
Lemon. Senators 5
Ma hone, Red Sox 56,
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Thomas. Pirates
Banks, Cubs
Walls, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Mathews, iBrayes
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yankees
Cerv, Athletics
Colavito. Indians
Lemon, Senators
23
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LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based rm 10 decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.
Spahn, Braves 12 6 .6o7
Semproch, Phillies 12 6 -667
Purkey, Redlegs H -647
Koufax, Dodgers 7 4 .606
Worthington, Giants 8 5 .615
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Delock, Red Sox 10 0 1.003
Ttirley, Yankees 15 3 .833
llvde, Senators 8 2 .800
lord, Yankees 12 4 .750
Sullivan, Ked Sox 8 3 .727
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ARMY NAVY

League of Kobbe
Teams W L
Pinsplitters 26 14
Crabs 25'j 14Va
Hi Flyers 23 17
Hot Rods 21 19
Cucarachas 19 21
The Fours 16 24
Final Drives 15 25
Saburs 14 V4 25V4

Pin Splitters 3 Final Drives 1
Finally, the Final Drives drove
out of- the cellar despite the fact
that thev lost to the leaeue lead
ing Pinsplitters. On the basis of
averages, the two opposing quint quintets
ets quintets are about even, but in the win
and lost percentages the Pins-
putters enjoy a eleven game ad
vantage.
In the opening round, the Pin Pinsplitters
splitters Pinsplitters split the eame wide ooen
in winnine Uv 122 nins. But the
breach narrowed down in the next
game which the PinsDlitters took
it by 2t) pins. In the last act the
Pate setters fell off their usual
mark and the Final Drive went
into the win column and out of
the basement.
For the occupants of first place,
it was the. Strode family night,
Queen Bea gathering 502 and Hub Hubby
by Hubby Lee 547. But it Joe Dalonia
that came out on top with 567.
.For the Final Drives, Jim Boyle
with 519 and Doug Johnson car carried
ried carried the load with 564.
Crabs 4 Saburs 0
In winning the jackpot of four
points, the Crabs picked up one
game on .the first place team,
and in dropping all four 'The Sab Saburs
urs Saburs sunk to last place. The Sab Saburs,
urs, Saburs, had the bad luck of compet competing
ing competing against the Crabs when they
were on the beam. The whole gang
of Crabs clawed the pins for good
scores. '.
Len Smith started off with 546
and damsel Mel Holifield 544, and
then came the big guy Doc Hoi Hoi-ified
ified Hoi-ified who rolled a 219 single game,
558 scratch and 642 handicap.
Herb Hoff finished the job with
551. For the ill "fated Saburs, the
Burton Clan clicked qith Ray

Driving Champ Fangio
Announces Retirement
From Big Time Racing

MILAN, Italy, July 24 (UPI)
World driving champ Juan Man Man-nuel
nuel Man-nuel Fangio sighed over his "fin
al decision of quting auto rac racing
ing racing here last nignt but continued
"I'm through with big time
racing."
The 47-year-old, balding, steel
eyed champ said he "iinaily realiz
ed that live world titlei were a
target which no other driving
racer has attained."
It it high time to stop out
iftom a wheel,"' Fangio told Un United
ited United Press International in an
intarviaw.
"After, all, driving has become
a rather expensive job, as far a
I was concerned, because 1 had
to overlook my industrial activity.
I will devote my time to the pro production
duction production of a very popular Italian
motor-scooter in Argentina, which
is to be made by Argentine work workers
ers workers under an Italian license."
"I think no one could blame me
if 1 retire with five world titles,"
Fangio said.
"1 must admit the happiest per person
son person over my decision was my
wife Andreina. She followed the
largest part of my races from
the pits, and for this reason she
is perimetry enuueu iu sign 111 re
lief."
But when he was asked if he
would refuse to compete at least
in' sports car events in South Am America,
erica, America, Fangio did not rule out the
possibility of racing again.
"It would be very difficult," he
Whatever
Happened to .
KAYO LAM
United Press International
Kayo Lam, a mighty mite at
155 pounds', was .a great halfback
at the University of Colorado
from 1933 to 1935. He was a true
triple-threater and partly through
his exploits Colorado began to rise
toward its current membership in
the Big Seven Conference. In
1935, Kayo set new national
rushing record of 1,043 yards in
145 carries.
Whatever happened to Kayo
Lam? He still is at the Univer University
sity University of Coloralo which he has
served since his graduation as
assistant football coach, head
wrestling coach, assistant dean of
men and now athletic business
manager.

bowing to his boss lady 527 to
555. Another of the fair sex fought
off the Crabs when Gwen Sack
settled for 514.
The Fours 0 Hi Flyers 4
The Four had four losses was
the story in their feud of the bowl
ing lanes with the Hi Flyers, who
are Hying mighty fast ud the
Jadder ef team standings. Th&
male contingents of the Flyers
carried tne brunt of the work
when Lee Massey made 539, Bil-
ue Beebe blasted 533, and Ralph
Tunstill turned in 559. Only one
of the Fours came forth with h
500 and that was Jack Carter and
his 530.
Hot Rods 3 Cucarachas 1
Spotting the Cucarachas 37 pins
each game did not deter the Hot
Rods, except in one game, which
they dropped by three pins. In the
opening session Fred Eppley dis displayed
played displayed a nighty 201 game and
then went on to put together a
549 series, and one pin deprived
him from a 500 scratch. Stan
Strong strung along with Fred for
a 509 set. In the Cucarachas camp
nojt a single one came out in the
open and the best was Jerry Dies
sing's 499.
Along The Fairways
SUMMIT HILLS MIXED
SCOTCH FOURSOME
Summit Hills Golf Country
Club will hold a mixed sedtch four foursome
some foursome golf tournament on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, July 26, at 1 p.m. with all
Isthmian golfers invited to pipy.
Entrance fee will be $.50 per goi.ref
All golfers are urged to line 11
their own partner, but every ef effort
fort effort will be made to pair -up those
golfers who have not already con contacted
tacted contacted a partner. All golfers ate
urged to contact club manager
Art Farrell telephone 4-:jR8,
and register before Saturday for
the tournament.
A barbecued chicken dinner
party will get underway at 6 p.
Saturday at which the prizes for
the tournament will be presented.
said, "because I have to deal wth
a number of industrial commit commitments
ments commitments in Argentina. But I can tell
you one thing: it is more difficult
to quit racing than go on racing.
And I can tell you another thing:
There is no comeback in car rac racing.
ing. racing. A driver ought to be always
in perfect form.
Fangio said the death of Luigi
Musso of Italy in a racing a ecu)
end during the Grand Prix of
trance at Reims, France, earlier
this month, was the final blow
to the so-called "Italian school of
speed driving."
"I admit that Musso's death
was alto a bad blow to mo," he
said.
"Too many Italian friends dis disappeared
appeared disappeared from the racing tracks
in accidents caused by a cruel fate
in the last few years. The tragic
series started with Alberto Ascari,
then it was the turn of Eugenio
Castellotti. Luigi Musso 'was the
latest Italy has now no racer of
international stature.
Fangio added he would gladly
accept to cooperate with Italian
and other European auto-makers
as a technical consultant in the
future.
"Despite my decision to quit, 1
will be interested in racing cars
throughout my life," he added.
Mr. Fitz Not Ready
For Pasture Yet
NEW YORK (UPI) James
Edward (Sunny Jim) Fltzsimmons
celebrated his 84U birthday Anni Anniversary
versary Anniversary yesterday by arising it 6
a.m. for his daily 12-hour stint is
the dean of American trainers.
"I hope to keep on working as
long as my bosses want me," said
the "grand old man" of racing.
I'm not ready for pasture yet."
Born the year before Aristldes
won the first Kentucky Derby,
"Mr. Fitz" first ventured into
racing on the day C.rover Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland was inaugurated as the 22nd
president of the United States,
March 4, 1885.
During the past 58 years he has
won just about every major stake
race in the country with sueh fa-'
moil rhamnlnn aa ftatlant Fnv
Omaha, Nashua and Bold Ruler.

By JACK CUDDY
HOUSTON, Tex., July 24 -UPI)
Lightweight champion Joe
Brown said today he will grant a
return bout "as soon as possible"
to southpaw Kenny Lane, who
menaced his crown last nigbt
before a sellout crowd that paid
a record Texas fight-gate.
iBrown's thundering finish in the
15th round probably saved his
135 pound title on the unanimous
decision that snapped Lane's win winnings
nings winnings string at 19 straight and ex extended
tended extended Joe's unbeaten streak to 18
including a draw.
Each weighed 134 1-4 pounds.
Brown twice staggered the
brown hsirtd touthpaw with
right uppercuts and left hooks
and knocked out his mouthpiece
for the second time in the bout.

The champion received the un-
' J .5 f
animous ueoision as iouows:
Referee Ernie Taylor, 143 142;
judge Jimmy Webb, 145-141. and
judge Bill Corneioius, 144-143.
The decision was greeted by a
roar of mingled cheers and boos,
reflecting divided opinion among
fans.
United Press International had
the bout even, with 143 points for
each fighter. A poll of 17 writers
at the ringside showed 13 favor favoring
ing favoring Brown three for Lane and one
even.
Lane forced the action generally
although slender Brown became
the aggressor at times. Kenny
circled to iBrown's right and then
to his left. He right-jattbed Joe
persistently, smashed him with
lefts to the body and knocked him
back into his heels many times
with lefts to the head.
Meanwhile, Brown counter
punched or he left jabbed and
followed with right uppercuts or
straight rights. He had Kenny
bleeding from the nose, mouth
and left brown at the finish. He
also had a scrape on his own
forehead. And his right, eye was
partially closed.
There were no knockdowns, aL
though each was well shaken
many times.
Playground Sports
On Tuesday, July 15, the Dia Diablo
blo Diablo and Ancon D League uaskci uaskci-bail
bail uaskci-bail ttaiiij .....i an iiiuiuoiasuc
baule which euueu ui u j 10 it
vicuny iur me uiabio quintet.
Ihe nncon boys sbouia be given
special 1 i-cogmuoii ior uieir tune
spirit anu sportsmanship wmen
tuey so consistently uisptayeu.
Tne team is iiauuicappea uue to
current construction on the Ar.con
gymnasium, yet tney tickled a
team 01 nan lighting spu-ited
boys
ivussell Watson and Don McCol McCol-lougn
lougn McCol-lougn were nigh scorers for the
winners wiin 14 pirns apiece.
Richard Maguire anu George
mack shoulu be given much cred credit
it credit for their fine ueiensive gamu
besiae scoring 8 and 4 points re respectively
spectively respectively Yocum was top scorer for the
losers with six points
The beauty 01 the contest lay
in the sportsmanship displayed by

tne auiletes ana a godd time
was Jiad by a 11 1
On Wednesday, the Margarita
gym sent their line D League bas basketball
ketball basketball team and archery team
to the Diablo gym lor a day of
tournaments. Our visitors from
the Atlantic side displayed a well well-drilled
drilled well-drilled basketball team which won
over the Diabo squal to the tune
of 48 to 11
The scoring was well scattered
for the victors with Bobby Hau Hau-ser
ser Hau-ser being high point man with 17
points, hosioe and Christoph fol followed
lowed followed with 10 and 7 points respec respectively
tively respectively Russell Watson scored 9
points to lead the scoring lor the
losers
The Margarita archery team
predominated by taking 2 out fo
3 firsts in the various age groups
Paula Lictridge won in the 14 and
unuer group, Harry Dockery taken
by Don Alams in the 10 and un under
der under group 4
Thursday, Contest Day, ended
with the Black Team ahead lor
the week by just 10 points. Ted
Albritton was high point scorer
for the Red Team while all a a-round
round a-round Russsell Watson continued
top "man" for the Black Team
The winners in the different e e-vents
vents e-vents were:
Foul Shooting Girla
1st' Francis Dignam; 2nd Gail
Paterson: 3rl Barbara Hopkins;
and Sandra Bowen tie
C League Bey a
1st" Tea Albritton; Jnd John
Paterson; 3rd Richard Levee
E League Beys
1st Stewart Brown; end Rich Richard
ard Richard Maiguire; 3rd Russell Watson
Archery 1 and under
1st Tel Albritton; 2nd Richard
Levee; 3rd Tommy Short
12 and under
1st Rnssel Watson; 2nd Stew Stewart
art Stewart Brown; 3rd George Black
( 10 and under
1st Jimmy Bowen; 2nd Ray
Wilson; 3rd Chip Wallace
Pine Pone 14 and under
lit Tel Albritoov; 2nd Stew Stewart
art Stewart Bronw;, 3rd Russell Watson
Foot Races Red Team
Battle Bail Black Team
-''.

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S. Francisco at Phi. (T-N)
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh
St. Louis at Milwaukee
Chicago at Cincinnati (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
St. Louis 000 000 0000 2 2
Milwaukee 240 000 00x 6 12 0
Jackson (6-8), Stobbs and Land
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Jay (6-3) and Crandall.
First Gams
Los Angeles 300 000 0003 4 1
Pittsburgh 103 400 21x11 1 1
vy 1111 a ins ro-o;, ruippsiein, lvjpp,
Giallombardo and Roseboro.
. Kline (10 -9) and Hall.
(Night Game)
Los Angeles 200 000 0013 7 1
Pittsburgh 500 000 Olx 6 8 1
Koufax, Labine (3-3), Drysdale
Erskine and Pignatano.
Friend (12-11) and Foiles.
(Night Game)
Chicago 100 010 002 15 10 3
Cincinnati 000 040 000 26 10 0
Hillman, Henry, Elston (7-6) and
Neemao.
Nuxhall. Jeffcoat 5-6) and IBur-
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(Completion of susnonded
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First Game)
San Francisco 100 000 0012 11 1
Philadelphia 000 003 00Xt-3 3 3
Gomez (5?7). Antonelli, Grissom
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Roberts (9-10) and Lopats.
(Night Game)
San Fruncisco 000 000,0000 S 0
fPhiladelphia W0 100, 00x-r3 JSj 0
Mccormick u-Z), Gomez and
Thomas.
Semproach (12-6) and Sawatskl.
US Track Coach Not
Pleased With First
Look at Red Stadium
MOSCOW (UPI) The coach of
the United States track and field
team that tangles with Russia's
top athletes next week end wasn't
too pleased with his first look at
Lenin Stadium.
George Eastment of Manhattan
College said the track looked a
little cuppy" but predicted "our
boys and girls will do all right on
it."
The Yanks took their first work workout
out workout on Russian soil Tuesday after
arriving from Helsinki. Soviet
newsmen and photographers sur surrounded
rounded surrounded them at their hotel head headquarters,
quarters, headquarters, taking pictures and ask asking
ing asking for comments.
The Russians have prepared a
heavy program of sightseeing
trips for the Americans, including
visits to schools, museums and
theaters.
Several U.S. team officials,
including former world pole vault
record-holder Bob Richards, were
stranded in Helsinki Tuesday
night when they were unable to
get their Russian visas in order.
They were expected to rejoin the
group today.
Player Of The Day
BOB TURLIY
Bob Turley, with 15 victories al already
ready already to his credit, is bidding to
become the first Yankee pit cher
to win more than 21 games since
Lefty Gomez notched 26 back in
1934.
Turley breezed to his 15th tri triumph
umph triumph Tuesday night when he de defeated
feated defeated the Detgoit Tigers, 13-3,
with a seven-hit effort. He struck
out five batters to raise his
league-leading total to 112.
Whether' or not I lead the
league in strikeouts matins abso absolutely
lutely absolutely nothing to me," says Tur Turley.
ley. Turley. "1 am a lot more interested
in winning at least 20 games."
Originally, Turley was tabbed
as the heir apparent to Bob Fel Feller's
ler's Feller's old "title of strikeout king.
Then he made himself over as a
pitcher and concentrated more on
control.
"I used to be just a thrower,"
he says, "and now I think I'm
finally learning how to be a
pitcher."
No matter what he calls him himself,
self, himself, he looks like, a cinch to break
into that 20 game bracket for the
first time in his major league
career.
LOSE TOP HURLIR
ATLANTA (UPI)-Atlanta hopes
for a Southern Association pen pennant
nant pennant were dealt a severe setback
Tuesday when pitcher Ray Rippel Rippel-meyer
meyer Rippel-meyer was recalled by Wichita of
the American Association. Rlppel Rlppel-meyer
meyer Rlppel-meyer had an 114 record with the
Crackers.

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; TODAY'S GAM ES
xNewYorkjit -Detroit
Boston at 'Kha rit
Wahington at Cleveland
Baltimore at Chicago
YESTERDAY'S, MSULTf
(Night Game
New York 103 nnn fir ir 1a it-
Detroit 000 000 0044 8 j
Ditmar (6-1), Kucks and How Howard,
ard, Howard,
Lary (9 9), Aguirre, Fischer?
Whmeir and Wilson. 5 "t"
(Niaht Game)

Boston 000 000 0101 T
Kansas City R2 000 00x-3 8 Ji

Monoouquette M), BowsfieJd,
xiiy o-oj ajiq nouse.
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Washington 000 003 000 3 5 i
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Ramos (7 9), Clevenger anJ
Coi'rtney.
Grant (7-8) and Nixon.
Baltimore 000 200 0046 8 1
Chicago 010 300 0004 8 (
O'Dell, Zuverink (2-1), Porto-
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Wyhn (9-10), Staley and Lollar.
Havana Racks Up
Season High 17-0
Win Over Toronto
NEW YORK, July 24 (UPI)
Havani rarllMl nn itc Miat

total of the rnterifirtronal Leagul H

season last night when tha A
Sugar Kings scord a lopsided 17-i V

victory over Toronto.
Havana, led by Ultus Alvarez
two homers, one a eirand ntarn:
pounded Maple Leaf pitching for If
hits. The Cubans broke the eiOnm
onen with an eieht-mn thirH ir

ning. Orlando Pena evened hi s"

mark at eight-all as Havana took
sixth place in the league standings.'

Miami handed pace-setting Morf- j

.p,.. w i unvn
and the Marlins won an H.inninir

cumesi, a-i. nenry Mason, reliev-. ..

11th, picked up his third win

sa.u?! w ueieais.
In the only other games played,
Rochester and Cnlnmhiic entit a
doubleheader.. The Red Wings cbp-

hcu uie upener, on liary Biayii

iock s tour-nmer, his 11th triumph 4 ;l

in 17 decisions. The .lets nacnrl lw
Howie Goss' homer, won the night
cap, 3-z. Cholly Naranio went the
distance for his fifth victory.
The Buffalo at Richmond MWiM
was postponed.' 1
Sports Briefs
LIONS SIGN THREE
DETROIT (UPI)-The Detroit
Lions have announced the signing'
of top ground gainers John Henry
Johnson ad Jim Tint.. .,,( 356
fense specialist Jack Christiansen
aim unsigned are defensive cap-t-
w06 Schmi4t, and halfbacks
Jim David and Gene Gedman
TRABERT BBATS SEGURA
LIVERPOOL, Eng. (UPI) 4s

Australia Kn Dni.,..ll j ...

ipnn iraoert of Cincinnati scored
wwna in prot ess tonal lenniS
matches Tneariav R,.,ii Am"-
Wted countryman Lew' Hoad T
-6. whit Trahopt
Segura of Eccador, 6-4, 9 ll, -4r
SIGN WITH -r.nr.AB ait
X.OS ANGRI.RC .rtrSTv' til.

Angelei Dodgers have signed Vic-
& 18t0 contract with-
the ThemaswHle, Ga., af iliate
the Class D Georgia Florida
p8d. a third basemaa, f.
nf.in, f" ,ouht by ht other
major league clubs. -rr;
"

fnuk FIGHT IN U.S.

wIaJGNE, Germany (UPI)-i.
German middleweight Peter Muel-
rr It cr-hal.,L,l .... .

v..." IT. u lW0 Amencaa
Phniini? mmr- He will meef
f.hi1 Jyf Portland, Ore,
in Pnr inri
- "i ana wiu-
. uuuici in norma about
four weeks J.tor.
HiAVlIS IN TRAINING
LOS ANGELES (UPI)Heaw
Weight Pete HarlBm.nh.. a.
two teeth loose from ,a sparring
i';uiri inesnay nunng a drill for
.' hont against Zora
ubj. roiiey, tne np. a heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight contender, went four prae-
uce rnunos ior tne nauonaiiy leie leie-vhtod
vhtod leie-vhtod fight at Olympic Auditor Auditorium.

m

mi



re Lcrfesf To Snow That Alvin Dark Is Silver Lining
y
:
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) If the
Giants are uie surprue of the most
unusual .National ceague race, the
the longest wearing rubber
ever used in tires
urns are positively puenomenai
And not a iew learned baseball
men uow will tell you tnat ol tnt
two, the Chicago outfit is likely to
jo me warmest, rne flruina arc
loaded witu good pitching and th
ESSS
younger memoeri ot the staff fig figure
ure figure to get even better. Lee Walls
Ernie banks, Bobby Tnomson!
Walt Moryn and Dale Long are
power hitters.
MM

s 4

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CONGRATULATIONS

left) and Captain Julius B

nob Htchtung't outfit has the

aistinct advantage of playing 77
home games on green grass and
in the a.ternoon sunshine. Remem Remember
ber Remember those good old days?

-Ana men there is Alvin Dark
Every time he it traded, Dark,
now 35, turns out to be a silver
lining .or the club landing him.
"When you get down to n saya
Manager Seherfing, "the Cuba'
success really began the ilternoon
of May 21, when Dark checked ill
to the hotel in Pittsburgh and
came to my room We na3 sent
Jim Brosnan to the Cardinals lor
him a lew hours"1 previously.
"Alvin told me he was happy
at third base, assured me he was
in shape to play every day.
"It didn't take me long iu get
the idea that Alvin was on the way
to the best year of his career. Be
for he jammed his ankle and had
to sit out for a couple of days, he
hit .330 and was terrific defensively."

H K :
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finston
RUBBER X

L1IU A i n t. . ...

Pt 1 A 3L r Dill t H I ; nnc ri in nn nrnuonl Man Q V il. i

Wimbledon singles whpro h rct k i. a.ui.. .

Hi bih uZmT it j vr. Jr. wumiiiau, naiutry cooper, ine Australians next
Dig stop will be the -United States Championships at the West Side Tennis Club, Forest Hills.
.., Aug. 29-Sept. 7, when the other star of their squad, Mai Anderson, defends in singles.

Col. Arthur P. Hurr, Baae Commander,
Battista, (right) Special Services Of-

irer, congratulate MSgt. Furiaan J. Blume, (center) 5700th Oper-

WITH 22 YEAR- OLD Tonr
Taylor at second bate and the telf.
effacing Banks playing shortstop,
U 11. L it r

m uuvi were naaiy in need or an

Itionn Snuadion for finishing in sixth olace out of 115 riflemen par

ucipating in the Individual High Power Championship meet that was f Sressive old pro to take charge

recently held at Lackland AFB. He proudly display ttt trophy mat uuum

mem-

vas presented him at Lackland: Sergeant Blume was also a

of the rifle team that represented CAlrC at the meet.
(Official USAF Photo).

by

Dan Daniel

In Dark, they eot one who

y in base base-Billy
Billy base-Billy South

Don't Know About Russians,
But Eastment Has Winners

Luaeu io wmuing. rtiiyoouy in base-

oaii can ten vou tna

Casy SStengel, known far and would you say if the streaking out

a as a reasonable, unaenunu- m were ine Yankees, ana

man with no lar-ietcneci am-. margin were increasear

wouM like to see th Yan

(glide into the World bones; and bear it," Topping laughed.

la pennant winning margin

games. i .-. L : 1 Stadium Deal Ciff

buld not wanrtD maw ine .. Vane conversation sninea to tne

'clubs feel too bad," Casey re

today. "I have no dsre to

kp one of thetoi 1-giBfte leads

they were so com mo wnen

IcCarthy waa the manager

worth, to begin with.

Souihwortn managed the Bos
ton variety of the Braves in 19
and Dark, up from their Milwau
ke lalm, wnich sounas incon incongruous
gruous incongruous now but it factual, was hi
siioristop. 'ine loriner Louisiana
State hald back had been exposed
to only i! iat. League games at
the end of the 1946 season but in

'4 he played at though he were
a loyear man. He oatted a,a

and combined with Eddie Stan-
"i Itav tn a.ttu m ii...,

fhpif 1 "uu ecenent miu-
die strength behind a

aigm we lucieascur stuff I i
"I suppose 1 would have to grin SSL, wnaial o,

r anu yrayw lor
ram.
The Braves won the pennant
only to be wrecked'; by. dissension
the next season. Dark didn't fall

-ui wnn mem and in New Yo.k

taken

By JIMMY BRfSLIN ..
NEW YORK (NEA) The
United States track and field
souao, which opent a four-country
European tour by meeting the
Russians in Moscow, is coached by

George Eastment of Manhattan.
11 give us, if you know Eitjueni
and what he can do with a young
athlete, a good edge.
Take Lindy Remigino, lor ex
ample. The stubby little sprinter
didn't think much of himseL one

expansion talks which ran through.

the major meetings in Baltimore.
'Early in the season you reveal revealed
ed revealed that you had ottered Horace
Stoneham a two-year lease on the
Stadium if he wanted lo remain
in New York ami huttd, r have

itrcatastrueth for him, -a" 'newl

hdme," the iiftervlewer H Remind-1 the trling mat with

ed Topping.
"Suppose the 'National League
Were to expand to 10 clubs and the

Yankees were asked to allow the

bu do that sort,, of thing and

her pilots slic pins into m

Ig dolls that somenow iook

rou ana the next "ling you

ven if vou ain t supersti-

SiVyou have arthritis, gout and
m boils. I ain't greedy."

fodest as Stengel may be, Dan

topping, who on i.a i 50-50 basis l OWM compieted on Flushing Meadow
is New York club with Del Webb,; what woud Webb aBd. you say?"

k mucn more coniti -'-. .

Ipposition. j "The two-year offer was made

"I would iiae io tee to a frtBn4,,'Tdpp1nf-ried,Nw

I ace.' saio wan, in w w the situation 1s much different
rasttoCol. Jake Ruppert 8 de.sires You are not ,jkel t0 be oWl.m

" -. anu in i i c
Leo Durocher, who had

over toe Uiants w v.iimo

"ms kind of iram," The Lip meant
a shortstop like Dark.

HORACI S TON SHAM

went

Braves and cama away with both
Dark and Stanky in one of the
smartest deals ever made. In 1951,

" a oauer in th t.

Gclf Course Built by Sugar
Cause of Tommy Bolt Walking
Temperamental Tight Rope

the Stadium until an arena' was

to somebody who sticks

to your back

Don't overlook the fact

gun in-

tba1

if the Babe Ruth era. "Jake loved

normous leads and 10-0 victories

"Acutally, the Yankees are no.

Is superior to the field at the Polo Grounds still is available."
tanding indicate!. We got oH to When gsked a he had r

fine ttart and nave managea io

lold the pace. That is, against an

dubs except Detroit, home o: (ne
earns are far better than they

look.

'I would like to see a winelnc

Itreak of something like 15

traight.

The interviewer asKea, wuai

replacement for the Giants fo ue I J miracle stretch drive in which

ie uianis cam from nowhere to
take it all. They won again with
Dark in f54, swept the Wrld Seriet
with the Indians.
Dark was the ultimate on the

"""" of the hit and run.
The Giants finally gave up on
Dark and ao did a lot ot other
people when he showed signs of
slowing up and compounded the
felony by refusing to play third
base.

any

thoughts on Lou Perini's desire to
sell put in Milwaukee and spon sponsor
sor sponsor a new club here, starting from
nothing for manpower. Dan ad
mitted that he was baffled.
"Last pight I drove from Long
Island into New York over, the
road which runs through Flush

ing Meadow," Dan said. "The traf

St. Louis was the next stop, and
in fh k;Pt. the Cardinals
in the thick of things until hear
the end of last season. This season
wasn t a month old befor Alvin
was in a Chicago uniform.
"Trading Alvin was their busl-
fJ"' ,.?y, Schffm8 "Personally,
i don t believe vou rmiM -J

iports Briefs

tOLTS SI ON TWO

-Of

BALTIMORE. Md. (UPI)

1 'i x llu m An

rnive taCKie ueorie rnw.

lefensive end Ordell Braase sign

nr his second season Monaay

ith th Biltimor colts ot trie

iiitinnal Football League. Preas

played his collegiate ball at vir vir-Sinia
Sinia vir-Sinia Tech and Braase played at
South Dakota.

IUIPINSION BIOINS

INGLE WOOD, Catit UPI)

(ockey Ralph Neves begins a 10 10-Jay
Jay 10-Jay suspension today because

eareless name iasi .-bi-

nrHir in the $100,000 Westerner

it HoJlywoe4 Park. Neves, riding

lillsdale, was biamen tor inier-

.rence after stewards viewed pie-

res of the race. The norse was

n by a nose by Strong Bay

(IAN IQUALS RECORDS

MNKI (UPI) Semyon

of Russia equalled the

record of eight minutes.

for the 3,000 meter

these in the Russian Na-

rack and field champion-

fonday night. The accent

Id mark Is held by Hun
Sandor Roisnyoi.

hi pour

AWTUCKET, R.I. (UPI)

oW Baird, one of the leading
rs on the New England cir-

It MsV last two seasons, booted

ne four winners at narragah-

Park Monday to move up to

1(4 place in the battle for fid-

honors. Batra. who now has is

ins to nana: wajoa a zs and'

Dave Heroin s 18, scored on

Kdoodved ($8.0), Hamilcar

. Battle Camp (MM) and

fieyeland ($4.00)

he tieup was unendurable, Ijme to give up on a nlaver with
would tay that anybody establish- winning record."
ing a new ball team on the Mea-I

dow, with forced reliance on pa

trons using cars, would go broke."

Warn on NL TalacaSte
When the interview moved in

to the area of television and the
flood of National League garnet

being piped into this district,

George Weiss, Yankee General

manager, joined Topping.
"National League TV here
lately has increased in volume,"
George revealed. "Trendex tells us
that these telecasts do not inter interfere
fere interfere seriously with our own. Are
we considering ways ami means?
Yes. IBUt Dan wants to wait.
"If the Congress passes the
Keating bill arid it appears Io be
likely to do this the entire major
television problem will be soived
because we will be able to control
TV without hindrance from the
Department of Justice."

The National League knows

that, as the television situation

noW confronts us, we could olast

Yankee telecasts all over the U

S.," Topping broke in. "We have

offers galore."

Returning to matters pertain

ing to the Yankees on the field

Weiss admitted that Stengel and
he considering changea in their roe
ter before the July 31 deadline on
recall of players optioned to the

minors. He added that these movea

would not be made before the club

goes out for Its third invasion of

the West.
When George struck a new re
sounding chords about Ryne Du

ren aa a great relief apecialist and
gate attraction, he was asked if he
had torn up the hurler'a contract

and given him a salary boost.
"It has not been done, and It is
not planned," Weiss replied. "That
never has been Yankee practice.

We pay bur players well, to bejt'n

With, and expect them to give their

best.

"To give midseason salary raises

is a spendid way to disorganize a
ball club. Duren and the front of office
fice office understand each other com
pletely."

Alvin Dark brought one to th
Cubs and a fire was lit under anj anj-11lub
11lub anj-11lub onf th" h"n't been

"wi in a oecaoe.
PC Launch 'Runner'
To Make Two Trips
Each In Tourneys

D nama Canal launch
Runner", which wil b

in both the Panama Rod and Reel

v mu lournameni in August and

me rename Marhn Club Tour

uiuem m November, will make

iwo iumng trips during each tour

v "'!" K n" rn enhounced

oy me ranama canal Company.

Twent four mnlnv Jll

ided into four groups of six each,
wiU be selected to take part m
each of the tournaments. Each
group will fish for four days
The selection fo the lucky Canal
organization fishermen will be
made by the Bureau heads from

among the applicants on the be

ats m uie number of employ et in
each unit.

The Panama Rod add Reel Club'4

Z1? international Marlin nd
SaiHish Tournament will be held
from July 25 to August 20. The
Runner will make the first trip
between August g and August 11,
and the second trip from August
IS to August 10.
Dming the November Panama
Marlin Club Tournament, the
launch will take out the first fish fishing
ing fishing psrty from November a to
November 11 and the Second from

November 13 to 16.
The Runner was entered by the
Panama Canal Company last year
in both (he Fifth International

Marlin and SaiUiah Tournament L

ana in sixth Anual Panama Mar Mar-li
li Mar-li Club Tournament, making two
fishing trips during each, contest.

sly OSCAR FRALEY
HaerTOWN, Pa. (UPI) -Tommy
Bolt walks a tempera temperamental
mental temperamental tight rope today all be because,
cause, because, of a golf course built by
5o -jgfilpidg. ot"iugar d8 the
breaking of a golf club fashioned
from a tank's radio antennas.
There are other ingredients
which contribute to Tommy's

reputation as a "Thunder" Bolt.
They are two five-gallon GI cans
which were filled with golf balls,
a dozen and a half Number 10
tomato cans and the partisan
heckling of a horde of Italian fair fairway
way fairway enthusiasts.
All of them were concerned in
the liiiuiuk oi uoit as "terrible
leinpeieu lOinmy.

ine siory oi nun's tribulations
started wnen Uugan Ay coca, goit
proietsioiiai at me iexuifciou

oouuay Liub in jNorth caromia

swapped his cleats lor xhaKi anu
smp,cu out a sei'Keaiu in uie
BO.iiii Orunance attached lo the
r inn Army. Ay cock managed to
crowd sets Ox gon ciuos into

ine uume aim paKed iou goli

Dails into the potato pots.
Arabs Paid In Sugar

'.ien came the day when a
semblance of peace reigneu in
Casablanca and Aycock set about
building a goti course even though
he nau miming to uu with spe special
cial special Services. Dugan laid out

fairways and, paying the Arub
laborers oil in sugar, used 500
pounds in getting his lairways

mowed by nanu. The tomato

ant irom the mest snack vwre
used for cups and tand greens
were uresseu up with motor oil
and ground cock.
'in course was tuch a smash smashing
ing smashing success that, wnen Acoctc's
ouUit linalty movea on to Rome,
he was given permission to build
another course. Tuts greens were
there, this time, but tne fairways
had grown wilu. Equipment was
getting scarce, too.
"We iinally got the course into
tome kind of shape,'' he recalls,
"and had a windfall when we
found 20 putter headt in a bombed
out building near the course But
we had maintenance outfit
which could do anything and it
fashioned shafts out of tank radio
antennas."
Inter Belt
One of the horde of 285 con contestants
testants contestants was a young Gl named

Tommy Bolt wno was awaiting
replacement with an infantry out

tit.

We also let in a few of the

top Italian players, Aycock re

calls. One of these was a tellow

named Ugo Grapposoni. Natural

ly the Italians wanted him to win
the tournament and they were as
excited at chickens with a weasel

In the henhouse when it looked
like he would. So, when Bolt be began
gan began to close in on Ugo, they be

fan to give Tommy all the heck heckling
ling heckling they coulu.
Bolt blew hia stack. On one

green he snapped one ol those

precious putter sha.ts
of a tank antenna.

A writer with Start and Stripes

saw him do it and "Thunder
Bolt was born. When Tommy
marched home it was his misfor

tune to play in a tournament cov covered
ered covered by the same writer, now
back on the home front sports
beat. "Thunder" hit the headlines

to stay and people have been

heckling him to explode, and
"thrdw; li'", ever since.
Proved Self
"Tommy's temperament made
it easy lor him to obliguc their.,''
Aycock says.
Now he'll have to control him himself,
self, himself, however, for he is under in indefinite
definite indefinite probation for "conduct
detrimental to the game."
"If he's smart and controls
himself, he'll be one of the modi
colorful players since Walter Ha Ha-gen,"
gen," Ha-gen," says Aycock.
It's been a long road from
Rome. Aycock now is "home club
professional o" the year." B.ilt. as
winner of the U.S. Open, is in the
running for "Golfer of the Year"
honors. And it all goes back to
that sugar, those tomato cat.s and

a tank antenna which would have
been safer in battle.

Walks Five
Miles to Swim

afternion in 1952. lie spent the
greater part o, an a ternonn at
Van Corllandt Park, which is
where Manhattan's track team
practice in the Bronx, telling
Eastment why he didn't want
to attend the Olympic Trials.
The soft-spoken Eastment had
been working on Remigini only

a lair prospect at lirst, lor a cou couple
ple couple of years and he had ideas So I
with a flair, George started ye'l- j
ing, turned and walked off.
"It was a bit of as act," he re recalls,
calls, recalls, "but I wanted to shane the
kid up. Worked out well."
A couple of months later He He-migino
migino He-migino won the Olympic 100-meter
title in Helsinki and ran a leg
on the winning U:S. 400 meter
relay.
Which is about the way things

always have gone with the soft soft-spoken
spoken soft-spoken Eastment.
"If there is one coach," Dan
Ferris of the Amateur Athletic
Union says, "who can get the best
out of a boy, you Would have to
thirik of Eastment.'''
The national AAU committee
ounu that out. Wnen the team
was being tormed lor this im important
portant important junket me Kussians will
be met in Moscow, July 27-2B
a poii was taken oi members, t
didn't taKe mucn counting ,o see
that Easfmeiit was the .avorite.
iiiey nanueu him a 4t-man nam
consisting ot sucn as Parry u'Bnen
and Al Oerter In the shot-put;
itaier Johnson, decathlon Cienn
Davis, huruies; lorn Courtney,
ttuo meters; Harold Connolly,
hammer throw, and Charley

Dumas, nigh jump.
"On spirit," George says softly,
"we should win. we're missing
Olympic champions Bobby Mor
row in the sprints, Bob Gutowsky
in the pole vault, Charley Jen Jenkins
kins Jenkins in tne quarter mile and
Greg Bell in the? broad jump. But
we have plenty-and the attitude
is perfect.
"We don't know what the Rus Russians
sians Russians have, or at least we don't
know as much as we'd like to. but
we'll be there."

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LAKE GEORGE. N.V. -(NEA)
Diane Struble walks five miles
each day preparing for t 'i e

aneater Lake George swim which
the young woman will attemnf

some time in August.
That is the distance back and
forth between her trailer summer
home and the heart of Lake
George Village. Then she prac practices
tices practices from nine in the morning
until one in the afternoon.
Lake Goorge is 32 miles long
according to some, 36 if vou listen
to other. It depends on what

course is followed threading one's
way between the numerous prom promontories
ontories promontories and more than 150 is is-lands
lands is-lands from one end lo the other.
No one has been able to swim the
entire length.
A series of courses has heen
plotted for Miss Struble to follow.
It is necessary to have sevctal
ternafe courses so as to pick the
one best suited to unpredictable
wind and weather.

Illini Should
Throw Them
CHAMPAIGN, 111 (NEA ) Il Illinois'
linois' Illinois' football team expects lo

win more than its share of games
this fall.
, The Illini probably could add
further laurels by challening the
oposition to a shot-put contest
st haftime.

Eastment started at Bishop
Loughlin High in Brooklyn, where
for 17 years he took about as

unathletic a group of kids as
could be found all were in class classrooms
rooms classrooms on the basis of scholastic
ability and by 1945 he had the
school nationally known in track.
Eastment took over at Manhat

tan the next season and in his 12
years there has won 12 IC4A
championships. The material,
never has been exceptional. Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan rarely attracts the top
school runners, Eastment notes,
but the list of average prospects
who have been turned into big

names is long.
"Lou Jones, who holds the.
world 400-meter record, is the
kind of a boy I'm proud of George;
tells you. "He was a good runner,
but nothing exceptional. But he j
wanted to work."
With the U.S. squad. George is j
around talking quietly, sometimes i

aimlessly it seems, to his athletes
cornering one here, seeing two o o-ver
ver o-ver there put always leaving
a bit more confidence In the boy
than he had be'ore.

George Eastment does not
our chances abroad

ROUND TRIP!

hurt

Included on the squad are five
athletes who placed high in the

made out, shot-put in state meets while in

nigh school. Thev are Larrv SteWf
art, Lindei: Lovellette. Ron Hill
and Jim and Bill Brown
Illinois is wel equipped to throw
the opposition.

Athletes Hit
Books Best
EAST LANSING, Mich (NEA)
Michigan State varsity athletes
are superior academically to their
non-athletic brethren.
They do their best work during
the terms in which their respec respective
tive respective sports are in season.
These are two key findings in a
survey of student grades by the
Michigan State registrar's office.
Athletes in 14 varsity sports the
last school year were found to
have a 2.45 academic average,
compared to the 2.24 all-university
male mark. Under the Michi
gan State grading system 2.00 is
a C average, 3.00 is a C average,
3.00 is B and 4 .00 is A.

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1955 Ford Victoria hardtop, pink
and whit, radio, power tttchnf;
2-1891, 2-1895 weekday., 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nightt and Sundays.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
Be'-Air convertible. Many extras.
Call Navy 3689.
FOR SALE: Ford two-door se sedan,
dan, sedan, 1950, property of C.T. Mc Mc-Cormick,
Cormick, Mc-Cormick, r., deceased, car may
be inspected in the parking lot
of the District Courthouse. An Anion.
ion. Anion. Canal Zone, Wednesday
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. i v' Keys in possesion of
attendant in parking lot. It is not
duty paid. Bids will be accepted
through July 25, 1958 by mail
by tho undersigned at the below
address.
Terms cash. Sale to be confirmed
by United States District Court.
W. J. Sheridan, Jr.,
Post Office Box No. 98,
Balboa Heights. C. Z.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Custom Custom-line
line Custom-line tudor V-8 woverdrive. ra radio,
dio, radio, tu tone blue and white ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, $850. Phone
Ft. -Clayton 4297.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chrysler
Saratoga, 4 door, whit and gold,
R and H. power steering, brakes,
seats, 6400 miles, cost new
$4800. excellent buy at $3800;
Navy 3784.
FOR SALE TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER The Fort Gulick Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Mess will sell to the high highest
est highest bidder on ill 1954 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Vi ton pick-up truck. Seal Sealed
ed Sealed bids will be accepted in person
at the Fort Gulickk Officers'
Open Mess, Fort Gulick, Canal
Zone, or by mail. All bids will be
opened on 2 August 1958.
FOR SALE: 1957 Bel-Air
Chevrolet 4 door Sport sedan
$1600.00. Phone Coco Solo 614
after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Sportcar 1955 Ford
Thunderbird R&H, wlw, new
nylon top. overdrive, very clean.
Duty paid, will trade. Tel. 2 2-2887,
2887, 2-2887, Ancon. C.Z.
FOR SALE: 1953 Hillman. Tl.
2-1872 after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet 6,
ferdor sedan, (000 miles. 124-B
Gamboa. Tel. 6-170.

Polio Foundation Decides
To Include Other Diseases

NEW YOHK (UP1) The Na National
tional National Foundation lor In antile
Paralysis, a giant fund-raising or organization
ganization organization wmch led the victon
ous fight against polio, announced
touay it was turning its alien
tion to (it her dread killers and
cripplcrs of mankind.
Foundation President Basil
O'Connor said the organization
would bo known in the. future
Simply as the National Foundation
and would expand its activities to
lake in all the virus diseases,
arthritis, diseases of the central
nervous system and the congenit.il
diseases known as "birth de defects."
fects." defects." O'Connor said the foundation
also would continue its war
against polio until every American
was protected by the Salk var var-Cr?
Cr? var-Cr? and there no longer wre any
polio victims to treat.
But he said the vaccine perfect
tvl by Dr. Jonas E. Salk alter
tears of research by foundatic.n foundatic.n-backed
backed foundatic.n-backed teams had brougnt iotal
Victory over polio in sight, leav leaving
ing leaving the vast 3,100 chapter founda foundation
tion foundation with the problem of either
disbanding or expanding its hori hori-ons.
ons. hori-ons. The virus diseases include the
tommon cold and the various
Strains of influenza, which have
killed millions. Diseases of the
central nervous system include
such cripplers as cerebral palsy,
multiple sclerosis and myasthenia
gravis, all of which already have
smaller foundations concentrating
On conquering them.
O'Connor said these, with arth arthritis,
ritis, arthritis, rheumatism and the congeni congenital
tal congenital diseafes, were picked by the
foundation for its new work be because
cause because they related to fields which
"polio researchers invaded in their
fight to conquer infantile paraly
Bis.
O Connor said the foundation's
Hew work would not "duplicate
the work of other voluntary agen
ies."
J But one of the agencies, the
Arthritis and Rheumatism Foun
Ration, which has been battling
those diseases for 10 years, said
it was "regrettable" that the polio
foundation should have not seen
fit to join forces with it "in order
to Utilize our medical and scientif
ic resources to carry on the ad advances
vances advances we have achieved to dale
and thus to present a unfield front
to the problems of arthritis.'
Floyd B. Odium, national chair
man of the arthritis foundation,
aid his agency would have joined
forces with O'Connor but did not
because OConnor did not give
,, "necessary assurances tint he
would raise more or spend more."
"It's questionable whether, with
bis Shotgun approach, O'Connor
tan do a better job than we can,"

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GERMAN FUGITIVE KILLED
BERLIN ( UP1 ) A young East
Gorman policeman was shot and
killed by Communist border
gharris yesterday when he attempt
ed to flee to the American sector
of. Berlin. West Berlin police said
the fugitive was only 60 feet from
the U. S. Sector border when he
was shot.
Odium said. "O'Connor does not
work with the Community Chesi
or the United Funds. We work
with them very closely."
The first of a four volume stu
dy oi me lile ol meouore Koose Koose-velt
velt Koose-velt written by Carleton Pulnian,
was placeu in circulation this veek
by the Canal Zone Library.
This book "The Formative
Years,"' succeeds well in the dif difficult
ficult difficult task oi snowing just h o w
Roosevelt developed and from a
raiher unpromising beginning be became
came became one of our great Americans.
In preparing the biography, the
I author, a retired airline executive,
i had access to the lamily, papers,
j which had never been released
belore, and made a study of pri pri-1
1 pri-1 vate diaries, personal papers, and
I the Roosevelt archives at Harvard.
The complete list of new bonks
and Iheir authors announced by
I the Library this week follows:
Non fiction Seven Year's So
litary, Bone; Opera I hemes and
Plots, Fellner; The Best American
Short Stories, 1957 Foley, The Or Ordeal
deal Ordeal of Woodrow Wilson, Hoover;
Invitation to the Voyage, Katz;
Life Plus 99 Years, Leopold, Ma Madison
dison Madison Avenue, U.S.A., Mayer; Stra Strategy
tegy Strategy and Compromise, Mori.on;
Recreation Areas; Their Design
and Equipment, Theodore Roose Roosevelt,
velt, Roosevelt, Putnam; 1001 Ways to
Please a Husband, Waldo.
Fiction The Lieutenant, Glem Glem-ser;
ser; Glem-ser; My Face lor the World to
See, Hayes; Sylvester, Heyer; The
Black Cloud, Hoyle; Lover's Point
Li; The Catalyst, Lobaugh, Man
of Montmartre, Longslreet ; Sing Singing
ing Singing in the Shrouds. Marsh; Last
in Convoy, Pattinson; The Lady
and the Deep Blue Sea, Roark;
The Travels of Jaimie MePhcet
ers, Taylor.
BLAST TOLL REACHES 2
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (UPI)
The death toll rose to 2f? to today
day today in a gas explosion that ripped
through a tunnel at a Yugoslav
hydroelectric power plant under
construction near Prijepolje.

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Jj Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Piano, baby grand
style, phont Balboa 1630 after
5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Collins- KWM-I,
Never registtred, original carton.
$700.00. AC Power supply,
$105.00. Box 264 Albrook AFB
phones: duty 5217; after duty
6232 or 5)08.
FOR SALE: Bell Howell 8 mm.
movie outfit camera, case, pre prelector,
lector, prelector, light bar. Zenith, 1957,
21 table model TV set. 60 cycle.
Navy 3786.
FOR SALE: 1951 Buick
Special, 1939 Ford, tables, chairs,
television, bods, mattresses,
lamps, desk, sideboard', chest
drawers, ironing board, piano.
After 6:00 p.m. 762-A Bar Bar-nebey.
nebey. Bar-nebey. JUST ARRIVED
Hoby Items including:
Fuels, Paints,
Artist Brushes
Sterling and other
Plane, Boat and Aut
Models.
Ballistic Missile with
launcher and fuel.
Real Missile performance
150-200 ft.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES CORP.,
Tivoli Ave. No. 18-20
Tel. 2-1905
FOR SALE: The Curundu Post
Restaurant offers for sal the
following articles. 73 chairs,
wood, straight, 6 chairs, lounge,
double, 24 chairs, lounge, single.
FOR SALE: Treasure Hunters!!
Metal Locatod Must Sacrifice.
Coco Solo 490.
FOR SALE: Argus C-3 camera
w attachments and G. E. light light-meter,
meter, light-meter, houae 0534-B Guayacait
Terrace, Ancon.
FOR SALE: Household Fur Furniture.
niture. Furniture. 1954 Pontiac 6, very nice.
317-C. Coco Solo, phone 652.
FOR SALE: Piano Worliti.r
Spinet. Excellent condition. 8420
Margarita. Cri 2598.
FOR SALE: Nursery ehool
equipment. House 5507-A, Dia Diablo.
blo. Diablo. Tel. 2-1547 Baft..
FOR SALE: Spinet piano, in
good condition. $300.00. U street
No. 7-21, apartment 15, Calido Calido-nia.
nia. Calido-nia.
JOHN P. DOUGAN of Margari Margarita,
ta, Margarita, last week enlisted for two'
years in the U. S. Army at Post
Headquarters, Fort Amador, with
the hopes of attending the Mis Missile
sile Missile Ordnance School at Fort
Bliss, Texas. Dougan, who is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Dou Dougan,
gan, Dougan, Margarita, last year complet completed
ed completed two years with the Merchant
Marine Academy at Kings Point,
N.Y. He is scheduled to leave U.
S. Army Caribbean on the 31st of
this month, July, for Fort Dix,
N.J., where he will undergo basic
training.
Argentina Reported
Making Oil Pacts
With US Companies
WASHINGTON, July 24 (UPD (UPD-United
United (UPD-United States officials were close closely
ly closely following reports tonight tl.at
Argentina has reached an oil dril drilling
ling drilling agreement with German and
United States companies.
But in the absence of any offic official
ial official confirmation they declined to
evaluate the reported move.
State department o ficials charg
ed with economic policy for the
western hemisphere were still at
work three hours after the odr
rials close of business.
It was understood that they
were analyzing various reports
claiming representatives of the U.
S. companies had reached an
agreement with Argentine Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Cesar Barros Hurtado here
Monday.
Although the envoy repeatedly
denied having reached any agree agreement
ment agreement before he flew to Buenos Ai Aires
res Aires yesterday, other diplomatic
sources acknowledges that he has
been conferring with Richard C.

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Twin hods with
spring end new mattress $50.00,
Central Electric wringer type
washer $50.00 793-A Tavernil Tavernil-la
la Tavernil-la St. Balboa.
FOR SALE: 5 piece Rattan set,
livingroom, oversized, excellent
condition. Ne American, good
buy $100.00. Tel. 3-7387.
FOR SALE: Beautiful dining dining-room
room dining-room China closet with glass
doers, two drawer and bottom
section, also buffet that matches.
Both of solid mahogany and in
excellent condition. Call Balboa
1684 after 5:30 p.m.
FOR SALE : Hollywood double
bed tram and springs $20.00,
3 pc. livingroom set $95.00,
reclining chair and stool, $25.00,
Kodascep I mm projector
$75.00, 60 cycle 8mm projector
and camera $15.00, bedroom
chair $11.00. Phono Balboa 2-3782.

$300,000 Study of US Foreign Policy
Approved By Senate Rules Committee

WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Sen
ate Rules Committee yesterday
approved a $300,000 study of l.i.
foreign policy. The study was p-o-posed
following the spread of
Arab nationalism to Iraq in a coup
which overthrew the pro-West err,
monarchy there.
She action paved the way for
full Senate action on the Foreign
Relations Committee's proposal
for the long-range inquiry.
Also approved by the Rules
Committee was $150,000 for a
study of relations with Latin
American republics and $35,000 tor
the- special disarmament subcom
mittee headed by Sen. Hubert n.
Humphrey, (D-Minn.).
The Latin American study was
launched by a foreign relations
subcommittee after Vice President
Richard M. Nixon's violence-
scarred tour of that area last
spring.
, There were tnese otner congres congressional
sional congressional developments bearing on
the Middle East situation:
Possible Chilians Soon
Senate Republican Leader Wil
liam F. Knowland (Calif.) said a
United Nations Summit meeting
on the Middle East crisis would
offer the West a chance to chal chal-lenge
lenge chal-lenge Soviet suppression of free freedom
dom freedom in Hungary.
Fight senators attended a
briefing by Undersecretary of
State Christian A. Herter who was
described as reporting "nothing
new" on the crisis ii) the Moslem
world.
Sen. Mike Mansfield D-(Mont)
urged that Latin American nations
be given an active mediating role
in the Middle East. He said the
balancing influence" of the 20
Latin American republics had

Rayburn Puts Weight Behind
Bid By President Eisenhower

WASHINGTON (UPI) Speaker
Sam Rayburn yesterday threw
his powerful support behind Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's request for a
five year extension of his authori authority
ty authority to cut tariffs under the recip
rocal trade program.
Rayburn's support, coupled with
that of Senate Democratic Leader
Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.), leni
support to the growing belief that
Congress would give President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower almost everything he
wants in the way of a trade bill.
The Senate, in approving th
bill Tuesday, removed most of the
President's obiections. However,
the Senate bill carried only a
three-year extension as ooposed to
five years requested by Eisenhow
er and approved by the House.
Compromise Sought
A House Senate conference
committee now must work out a
romoromise between the two ver versions.
sions. versions. Rayburn conceded the Senate
had eliminated the worst fea-'
lures" of the trade measure rec recommended
ommended recommended by its Finance Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. He nredicted the con conferees
ferees conferees would have little difficulty
in reaching agreement.
Patterson and George E. Allen,
two ol the principal representa representatives
tives representatives of the U.S. companies.
As has been previously reported
there were considerable indica indications
tions indications here that an announcement
of a change in Argentina's policy
was expected momentarily irom
President Arturo Frondizi.
Officials here were under the
impression that the principal ne
goliations were being conducted in
Buenos Aires and expressed some
surprise over reports than an
agreement had been reached in
Washington.

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Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 14' new Runabout
65" beam-made for water ski skiing
ing skiing will sacrifice. Tel. 2-2887,
Ancon, C. Z.
Dogs
FOR SALE: Six week Doberman
female, deconded from 18 AKC
champions. Write Llona Sears,
Santa Clara.
SUPPLY BOMARC SITES
NEWARK, N.J. (UPI)-Federal
Pacific Electric Co. announced it
has received contracts to supply
complete electric control and dis
tribution packages for Bomarc
launching sites at the Otis Air
Force Base, Falmouth, Mass., and
at the Suffolk- County Air Force
Base, Westhampton, N.Y.
been too long overlooked" in
world councils.
Knowland said a top 'level U.
N. meeting would give Presidenr
Eisenhower an opportunity to
"raise some questions" with So Soviet
viet Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrush Khrushchev.
chev. Khrushchev. "First, it could be asked why
the Soviet Union ignored 10 U.N.
resolutions at the time freedom
wes being strangled in Hungary".
Knowland said.
The California lawmaker said a
meeting of U.N. heads of state
also would give the free wor'd a
forum in which to demand free
elections in Hungary and Soviet
forces withdrawn."
Summit Meeting Discussed
Sen. John Sparkman '(D-Ala.)
said the group at the Herter
briefing talked a lot about the
summit conference about the
difficulties of holding it and about
'(French Premier) Gen. d Gplle
showing some reluctance to leave
SSparkman also said this country
"ought to wait a while" before
recognizing the new government
of Iraq, whose uprising against
King Faisal touched off an explo explosive
sive explosive series of Middle East
developments.
Mansfield, a top Democratic for foreign
eign foreign policy spokesman, renewed
his proposal that Ecuador join
with India, Japan and Switzer Switzerland
land Switzerland in a special conference of
neutrals to break the Middle East
deadlock if the big powers fail to
do so.
The senator said he agreed with
President Juscelino Kubitschek of
Brazil that Latin America's pres present
ent present role in the free world policy
making is far below what it
should be."
But Rayburn said the Senate's
three year limit on tariff cutting
authority was "very unfortunate."
He said it was news to him that
Eisenhower had passed the word
that he would accept a four-year
bill. Rayburn said that would be
somewhat better but indicated lie
would fight for a five-year exten extension.
sion. extension. The conference committee also
will have to agree on a ceiling for
tariff cuts. The Senate approved
a limit of 15 Rer cent with a max maximum
imum maximum of 5 per cent each year.
The House bill would permit a re reduction
duction reduction of 25 per cent during the
life of the bill with no more than
a 10 per cent cut in any one year
House conferees were reported
ready to concentrate their main
effort on eliminating the Senate
restriction which would prevenf
the President's added tariff-cutting
authority from being carried
over from year to year.
Essential Feature
This carry over ability was con considered
sidered considered essential by the admin's admin's-(ration
(ration admin's-(ration to nut he United States In
a favorable bargaining position
"'hen tra'' IVs with European
Common Market countries bsgin
three years hence.
The strategy of settline t h e
length of 'xtewt'on and elimina elimination
tion elimination of other obiectionable fu futures
tures futures in conference was chosen
deliberately by the bill's Senate
backers. They avoided roll call
votes on these issues so that rinse
voles would not tie Senate con conferees'
ferees' conferees' hands In conference.
Johnson was reported deter determined
mined determined to give the President a Sa Satisfactory
tisfactory Satisfactory bill as a demonstration
Democrats in Congress could bo
responsible on major matters. He
was given substantial credit for
Tuesday's Senate action.

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONI BALBOA 3709
Cheap sale, mollis this week, two
dollars Hp. America's Art. Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row,
THE CURUNDU POST RES RESTAURANT
TAURANT RESTAURANT offers invitation to
bid en contract to operate a
DRESMAKING SHOP in Curun Curundu,
du, Curundu, C. Z. Prospective bidders ana
invitd to visit th operations.
Bids should be submitted in du du-licate,
licate, du-licate, in sealed envelopes pro properly
perly properly identified on the, outside,
and enclosed in another envelope
addressed to the Installation Of Officer
ficer Officer for th attention of the Post
Restaurant Officer. Bids will be
opened at 1400 hours on 15
August 1958 in the Post Res Restaurant
taurant Restaurant Building. For further in information
formation information call Curundu 6205 or
4268.
WANTED: 3 or 4 bedrooms
chalet. Call 3-1407.
WANTED: American family of
3 desire unfurnished 3 bedroom,
new modern apartment. In Can Can-t
t Can-t rejo or Campo Alegre area.
Please call 3-4619, between 9:00
a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
WANTED: Unfurnished apart apartment
ment apartment 2 rooms, $50.00 or less.
Box 64 Albrook Field.
FOUND Budgie aqua white face
black wings. LOST BUDGIE Pale
aqua grey white REWARD.
Phone Balboa 1602.

Egypt Celebrates Six Ye

Under Rule Of Powerful Nasi

CAIRO (UPI)f-er- Egypt cali calibrated
brated calibrated yesterday six years.
Nasser, a period that has stirred
up and changed a land with a
history of 6,000 years.
Gamal Abdel Nasser was an ob obscure
scure obscure colonel in the Egyptian
army when he sprang a midnight
military coup on July 23, 1952,
and sent King Farouk on a yacht
into exile.
Since then this postal clerk's
son has:
Folded up a monaechy whose
kings had reigned in Egypt since
the Pharaohs.
I
Negotiated British troops out of
Egypt after 74 yeads of what
Egyptian nationalists called the
"British occupation" of the coun country,
try, country, and taken over Britain's giant
Suez base.
Seized the Suez Canal and man man-aged
aged man-aged to come out on top politi-1
cally after an abortive Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French invasion and an Israeli
attack.
Strengthened Egypt's armed
forces with Soviet bloc weapons,
and drawn Syria and Yemen into
a federation with Egypt which he
named the United Arab Repub Republic.
lic. Republic. Thrown his backing to the Iraq
revolt, which was largely inspired
by his own successes.
Nasser is "the sew Saladin" to
the Arab masses who compare
Mm to tha reat warrior who led
the Saracen empire in its wars
with Europe at the time of the
Crusades. But Nasser has known
setbacks, too.
He failed to link Sudan with
Egypt when that great area to
the south was freed of British
dule and chose independence. He
failed to prevent Iraq from be becoming
coming becoming a Western ally through
the Baghdad Pact. The setback,
mm

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TAIPEI. Formosa CTTPtVl Sen
coal miners were kilted when
shaft caved in on them follow!
an explosion that ripped throj
a mine near Keelung, no'
formosa yesterday.
as the Baghdad revolt ha
Was. onlv temoorarv.
t)ne of tH sharpest blfl
iNasser s plans was the dij
suit, ironically enoucrh. of
his most sDectaculad strok :
lions throiicrhnnt tha Arah
cheered when Nasser confoui
tile Wast htr connrinir mn'
Soviet military and econnmir
in exchange for Egyptian cott(
But the entanglement with Rt
Sia cost him something mr
than Russia then or sincj hi
been willing to provide 410 tri
lion dollars in western aid to hi
build the world's biggest dal
at Aswan on the Mile.
Secretary of State John Fost
uuiies aramaticaiiy withdrew
Offer of an initial U.S. erant
stalment for thp Picanrie hvdt
electric and land reclamation nJ
ject, and U.S.-Egyptian relatidl
Plummeted.
But the Aswam dam still
mains EevDt'x onlv means nf
creasing agricultural product!
fast enoutrh to orpvent the eon
try's low livinc standards frnl
sinking still further as tho nonl
lation increases and Naser sal
the high dam will be built."
Initial work on the dam h;
begun. How far EevDt can nush
with its own resources is annthJ
question. At the moment NassV
is concestrating on industrializl
non nnanceo Dy a long-term 5
viet loan.
Whatever the future of the d
mestic economic program, Nassi
is the dominant force of the Ars
world, with its fabulous oil f
serves and its routes of passaa
neiween tuurope and Asia. H
has made himself the snokesnu
of Arab" nationalism. In the opis
ion of many diplomats no Middl
East issue can be resolved todl
without taking him into account

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1:00 CTN NEWS
3:15 Dinah Shorr
3.30 Camara on Washington
4:00 World Affair Film
4:30 Golf Show
5:30 PANORAMA
7:00 Noah's Ark

7:30 Ina Hat Hutton Rpt Jul 57

8:00 American Holiday
8:30 Dangerous Asalgnment
9:00 Art Ford's Jaza Show
10:30 Court of Last Resort
11:00 CFN NEWS
11:5 Encore: Pat Boone and

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Th Soviet sources said the
notes of the United States and
Britain and, to soma extent
France, ware completely unres unresponsible
ponsible unresponsible to Khrushchev's propos proposal
al proposal for an unfettered summit con conference
ference conference designed to prevent the
Middle East dispute from devel developing
oping developing into war.
Meanwhile the 10-week old
Lebanese revolt moved a step
toward a solution yesterday.
Pro-governmnet law makers a a-greed
greed a-greed to push ahead with elec election
tion election of a new Lebanese presi president
dent president a week from today.
Parliament speaker Ad' 1 Os-
seiran accepted the recommen recommendation
dation recommendation that parliament meet
July 31 to vote on embattled
President Camille Chamoun's
successor. He messaged the 66
deputies at once summoning
them to Beirut.
The rnoTt brought the Leb Lebanese
anese Lebanese crisis closer to soluthi
than at any time sinre May
11. when it erupted in civil
strife. It also brought nearer
the possibility of a quick and
graceful departure from Leb Lebanon
anon Lebanon for the American armed
force of more than !000 men.
The pro-government majority
at a caucus gave peace hopes a
further boost by agreeing to
back a non-parliamentary pres
idential candidate if one could
be found on whom both sides
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fc WaS 3 ma!01' The opposition appeared to be
E'nnil lan u ranging its forces behind for for-.
. for-. .br i I hT mer President Beshara Khoury,
Lf nll ,? the r search h th t b
for a compromise candidate. L.H.ic rp.prnhiin th. nnt.

Three kev prospects already
had emerged from the prn prn-rovernment
rovernment prn-rovernment side since U.S.
Deputy Undersecre t a r y of
-Stte Robert D. Murphy be be-rn
rn be-rn his trouble-shooting mis
"sitfn in Beirut.
n Tjjey were Salim Lahoud,
fJrd3hamoun and pro-Western
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AT EASE U.S. Marines relax at Beirut, Lebanon. Former Lebanese Premier Saeb Salam said
he will call for volunteers from Russia and the United Arab Republic if American Marines try
to enter territory held by the rebels.

member of parliament, former
President Alfred Naccache, al
lyer and Hawal Araboulos.:
one That was when Chamoun
came to power.
Murphy has been busy lobby
ing in the background with the
opposing political forces. His
aim was to help find a candi-!
date acceptable to botn sides,
Prior to the latest political
break, Adm. James (Lord Jim)
Holloway, commander of all
American military forces in
Lebanon, said in a press con-
ference that he believed his

troops "are going to be able jing him he had been too close
fo get out of here without a to the rebels, "openly conspir conspir-fieht."
fieht." conspir-fieht." ing with agents of rebellion."
Holloway said his troops He was accused of "flagrant
woud be withdrawn from Leb- violation of his diplomatic du-
anon "as soon as a political i ties."

solution is found
The withdrawal would follow
attainment of their mission,
which was to help assure the
stability of the country and
preserve its integrity and inde independence,
pendence, independence, he said.
Pamphlets were circulated in
the streets today urging the
populace to action against the
American forces. They said:
Jump to arms at once, men,
women and children, to fight
with every weapon available to
you. Shoot at them with your
tommyguns. rifles, revolvers,
ana bombs. Chop them to
pieces with your teeth. Render
their life Insupportable and Im-

massed their fleets and planes yo Million Worth
and landed in this peaceful Af
SSny.0 kin sacred ppi i Of Dud Grenades
In a show of U.S. airpower.
50 Navy and Air Force planes: WASHINGTON UPl) Com
thundered across the Lebanese ; (roller General Joseph Canviueii
skies. The let fighters and said today the Army is destroy -bombers
flew over every major ing 20 million dollars worth o?

"1C cuuiiuy as a sa,ui.e
to the people of Lebanon
The Navy planes were from
the Sixth Fleet in the eastern
Mediterranean. The Air Force
planes were from Adana, Tur Turkey.
key. Turkey. , Embassador Robert
McClintock took part in the
press conference in the par-
den of his residence. He said j
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AFTERNOON
in Paris and
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the U.S. State Department
considered the fall of "small.
free, independent states such
as Lebanon would be tragic'
and that American forces
were here "to help and not
to take over."
Araboulos looked like the government-backed
presiden t i a 1
1 candidate most likelv to win a
measure of support with the
opposition,
j He was known to have the
.backing of Rashid Karami. the
chief rebel in Tripoli, where the
first violence broke out.
The Lebanese foreign minis
try yesterday declared United
Arab Republic ambasador Ab Abdul
dul Abdul Halim Ghaleb persona non
grata. Foreign ministry director
Gen. Victor Khourv notified
him of his expulsion, inform
The Egyptian Misrair air.
line announced it was ean ean-celing
celing ean-celing all Beirut-Cairo flights.
It charged American forces
had fired on one of its trans transports
ports transports at Beirut Airport on
Saturday. American and Leb Lebanese
anese Lebanese spokesman said it was
the same rebel fire which had
been directed against U.S.
aircraft.
The Army yesterday announc-
ed the death by drowning of a
paratrooper who swam too far
offshore Tuesday. The Marines
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US Army Destroying
grenaues uougnt in Belgium dur
ing the Korean
War because
they are laultv.
In a report to Congress, Camp
bell said new Army figures on
the grenade stocks indicate the
Value Of (hnsp hpino imiL-nl ,1
be about 20 million dollars instead
of 12 million and involved 1 30 ,)00
grenades.
Campbell last SeDt. 18 t,loA
a report which severely criticized
the Army for failure to oraer
prompt tests of the rifle gren grenades.
ades. grenades. The Army obtained $45,5"2
043 worth of the grenades from
S.A. iBelge de Mechanimio st
D-Armement Mecar) under five
contracts dated from Oct. 11, 1950
iu June Ml, 1X03.
Campbell noted that the Army
decided April 7, 1955, to destrov
all the grenades because of their
high dud rate, premature deton detonations
ations detonations and hazardous handling."
It was obvious," he said, that
mere was inadequate testing dur during
ing during the production period.
Campbell's office recommended
mai me Army adopt regulations
to provide early testing of items
bought en a hurry-up hasis in
the future, and review of such
contracts by a higher authority.
British Government
To Slop Cyprus Riots
LONDON, July 24 (UPl) The
British government said today it
will take "all measures necessa necessary"
ry" necessary" in Cyprus to end the latest
outbreak of bloodshed, bordering
on civil war.
Colonial Secretary Alan Lennox Lennox-Boyd
Boyd Lennox-Boyd told the House of Commons
more than 1,400 Greek and Turk Turkish
ish Turkish Cypriots have been arrested
this week.
Ninety-live persons have been
killed and more than 170 wound wounded
ed wounded in the strife-torn eastern Medi
terranean island since the begin beginning
ning beginning of June.
"These measures (arrests) will
be followed up with determined
action against any of either com community
munity community (Turkish or Greek (Cypri (Cypri-ot)
ot) (Cypri-ot) who resort to violence and by
all measures necessary to restore
order," Lennox-Boyd said.

Solution

disclosed the name of the Ma Marine
rine Marine who was accidentally kill killed
ed killed by a sentry Tuesday as Ffc.
Scott B. 'Sanborn, 18, of Fair Fairfield,
field, Fairfield, Conn.
Two Middle East Airlines Vis Viscounts
counts Viscounts left Beirut Airport to
bring out the first Britons frcm
Baghdad since the Iraqi revolt.
They will fly from Baghdad to
Cyprus.
The second and third Amer American
ican American commercial trans port
planes of the U.S. State De Department
partment Department evacuee airlift from
Gaghdad passed through An Ankara
kara Ankara with some 200 passengers.;
Gahna's Premier
Arrives Stateside
For Three-day Visit
WASHINGTON UPI() Ghana
Prime Minister Kwame
Nkrumah arrived yesterday far a
three-day state visit and fully
endorsed a summit conference in
the United States on the Middle
.Last.
Nkrumah, greeted at National
Airport bv Vice President Rich
ard M. Nixon, advocated a verv
early meeting" of the heads'of the
major powers in the U.N Security
Council.
He noted that he represents a
government which has close lies
with seven other independent Afn
can nations. He indicated t..at
he reflected their thinking on the
Middle East crisis.
The United Stales is anxious t
determine African reactions to
American intervention in Lebanon
during Nkrumah's visit.
The prime minister was to con
fer later today with President
Eisenhower and tomorrow with
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles.
During his stay in the United
States, Nkrumah will visit New
York. Chicago. Philadelphia, Har-
nsourg and Hershey, Fa.
The President entertained
Nkrumah at a White House lunch
Among the guests wereNixon, Ag
riculture Secretary Ezra Taft
Benson, Commerce Secretary Sin
clair Weeks, Senate Democratic
Leader Lyndon B. Johnson, Gen.
Nathan F. Twining, chairman of
the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and a
number of American business businessman.
man. businessman. Indonesians Paint
Anti-US Slogans
On USIS Library
JAKARTA, Indonesia. July 24
(UPl) Anti-American slogans
were painted on the U.S. infor information
mation information service library in Suraba Surabaya,
ya, Surabaya, the East Java Communist
stronghold and Indonesia's second
largest city.
The slogans, in English, said:
"Hands off Lebanon" and "U. S.
Army Retreat from Lebanon."
Meanwhile, U. S. Ambassador
Howard P. Jones conferred with
Prime Minister Juanda about In Indonesian
donesian Indonesian press reports that Indo Indonesia
nesia Indonesia may call for a summit
meeting with Yugoslavia and In India
dia India on the Middle East.
Pair Giving Away
Ten Kids Reason:
To Get Fresh Start
SINGAPORE (UPl) Jerome
G. Forbes, 45, said today he and
his wife have decidel to give
away their 10 children for adop adoption
tion adoption and start life afresh ic Cey Ceylon.
lon. Ceylon. Forbes, a former clerk, said he
is unemployed and in poor health.
He said the aid he received from
the social welfare department
here was not enough to maintain
his big (ami!.

Mouse Lived
Through Trip

InfO SOOrP
Space
CAPE CANAVERAL fi. irpi
The little white mouse perched in
July 9 apparently survived the en
t; s mn.mii. . j

back, the first living creature o
do so.
Officials would not verify
yesteraay whether the mouse,
named Mia (mouse in able) 3ml
nicknamed laska, survived the
impact of the parachuted nose
cone on the ocean near Ascension
Island in the South Atianut.
But they did say the mouse's I
heartbeat was recorded for it
minutes a ter launching, which
would apparently include the re return
turn return of tne nose cone irom space
Earlier the heartbeat of the white
mouse had been confirmed on tele telemetry
metry telemetry tape lor only 22 minutes.
A search team scoured the area
where the nose cone was supposed
to have come down for three days
afterward. But the search was fi
nally abandoned when no trco of
the nose cone or its passenger
could be found.
Laska. described as "vm Hn
cile," rode in a specially designed
"mouse house" complete wi.'i" ox
ygen, food, and water. Capt. M. E.i
Griffith of Toledo, Ohio o fice- in

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charee o. the Thor-Ahlp tPt cairl'e1 s-

Laska had enough food and water
to last 10 days.
The three month-old rodent was
the second mouse included in a
Thor-Able nose conp Tho iirt
masted into space April 23, was
never found.
tne Air force said after con-
firming Laska was aboard the sec
ond Thor-Able that the little rrPa.
ture was included only as sec secondary
ondary secondary project. The main purpose
of the test, spokesmen said, was
to obtain information on the shape
of the intercontinental range nose
rnrtJ fSSLJ throusiM
the earth's atmosphere.
Gen. Curtis Lemay, Air Force
chief of staf said the nofe cone
test was successful because the
crew of an Air Force plane flying
over the impact ara saw the cone
returning to earth .minutes a.'ter
the rocket was fired.
The nose cone was equipped
with a parachute which was sup supposed
posed supposed to open at seven thousand
feet and lower its carso and pas pas-snger
snger pas-snger gently to the ocean's sur surface.
face. surface. The cone also was rigged with a
balloon the size of a medicine ball
to float on th water and suspend
the nose cone just below the sur surface.
face. surface. The Air Force would not
say, but apparently there was
failure either in the parachute or
the balloon.
The balloon was equipped with
a transistor-type radio and a flash flashing
ing flashing light. But search lpanes and
boals never saw it and the radio
stopped transmitting soon after
the package was to have hit the
water.
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CARACAS, Veneiuela (UPD-
government liinm PrnsiMom Wn f.
gang Larrazabal appointed a new
defense minister yesterday end-
i a. P"tico-military crisis that
! m"n ff.
, eiatesmeried
tlal?s emerged from the 24 hour
! w h" toeTuDnort of MSfS
' support of the bulk ot the

Compromise Defense Reorganization
Bill Gets Quick OK From Conferees
.
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A Senate- jed language assuring continuation
House conference committee of the Marine Corps, naval avis avis-reacned
reacned avis-reacned swift agreement yester-Uion and the National Guard
tapyanLLn0n!l?MOmLSel.defenSeure" I 11 t00k -conferees only 25 min

organization bill which members
said "should be acceptable" to
President Eisenhower.
The measure, which was ap approved
proved approved unanimously, would give
the President much o. the power
he urgently requested to modern modernize
ize modernize the nation's military forces for
nuclear-space warare.
However, the con erences kept
without change a provision which
Eisenhower has denounced as "le-
8?led insubordination." It would
I ? f service secretary or mem
i er. of ,he Joint Cniefs of Staff
yP?ss n superiors and take
dlssenting views straight to Con-
W,hlJe retaim"g this feature, the
.conference group modified two
uru i t ..
uuier House-approved provisions
Slch t.he President had assailed,
Iney also included Senate-approv
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Baptist
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vulge information given him in j ,JL!ZJI ft Cil.Se to Sn"
contidence by a husband and wife. an?ua2p eranting this author author-Clement
Clement author-Clement issued the full adJ Tf- Bt they also re re-complete
complete re-complete pardon to the Ktv.f lu?te Provsion empow empow-James
James empow-James Glisson of the McLemores 1 8 e,ther nouse of Congress t6
ville Baptist Church in Carroll Pccet"ie shift in func func-rnnntt,
rnnntt, func-rnnntt, tions.

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Judge John F. Kaiser had cited
Glisson for contempt, fined him
$50 and given him 10 days in iail
when Glisson refused to tell whal
the husband and wife had ;-ld
him. The case involved a riivwi
suit and GlUson had counseled
. ... t V. i i.
wiiu me coupie.
Kaiser susnendpri pipht Hivt nf
the 'sentence but Glisson spent two
days in the custody of the sheriff,
There is nothing mnrn imnnrt
ant than our homes and we mud
do everything we can to let hus
hands and wives in distress know
they can go to their spiritual a'l a'l-viTs."
viTs." a'l-viTs." Hcmon! said.
Clement said any recognise I
rrie. r?bbi or minister should
be able to counsel "without 'ear
of b"ing forced to discuss what
has been communicated to hin."
Tilt-Wing Plane
Test Successful
WASHINGTON (UPl) The
Armv iv, iV:.i ;....
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Corporation of Morton, Pa., has
successfully tested the first "fill-
wing" plane des.fned for vertical
takeoffs and landings.
In the test rnnilni'lnrl null,.
at Philadelphia, the plane com completed
pleted completed a transit into forward flight
and then hovered at both ends of
a i.suu-toot runway. The plane'!
wings and rotor-propellers are tilt
ci veiiM-auy 10 taKe off like a
nelicoDter and hnr rnntallv in flu
like a conventional plane.
DRYING OFF Laurie Naimo
gets an assist from the wind ai
she dries off between dips at
Hampton Beach, N.M. The Bos Bos-Ion,
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in in New Hampahirt.

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armed forces and virtual! v the tit tit-lire
lire tit-lire civilian population.
A nationwide general strike was
effective between 11 a.m. and 6
(p.m., as a demonstration of sup support
port support for Larrazabal. Normal act!
vities came to a standstill hut in
a holiday almn:nhi.ra v.
btoUday atmWher, No in
i dents were rermrtori ,,.,.
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1 broadcast frequent announcements
Labor and other dvmaV
utes io agree on the compromise
legislation supporting the Pres President's
ident's President's concept of unified combai
commands directed through a
streamlined chain oi authority.
The measure now goes back lo
the mil House and Senate for linal
congressional approval.
T.iere had been weeks o' hear
ings by the House and Senate
armed services committees during
which key lawmakers challenged
portions of the President's plan
an Eisenhower appealed for pop
ular suport lo ush it throuzh.
House committee chairmin Car
vuiion D (Ga.) said vesier.iiv:
iiuin i
"nut a$ieeuieiii wis ennanceu dv
. W with
maiiman nicnard d. Russell (D (D-Ga.).
Ga.). (D-Ga.). Vinson originally said the bill
"is acceptable" to the Preside
But he and Russell later changed
the slalement to say "should be
acceptable."
Eisenhower had given 'op legis legislative
lative legislative priority to the Pentagon re reorganization
organization reorganization plar as one step in
overtaking Russia in the rarp tn
I tjnquer space and provide ade-
4"die nuciear-missile defenses.
The President ant n,ri u.
T"T .TSS L ftLted to
change or rtoHA mSbSST fS
them from one serv
; to anotner.
Zurich Safe Place
To Get Drunk In
ZURICH, Switzerland (UPl)
Some people call Switzerland one
r u "Wiizenand oni
' the sa est Dlaces in ujlt ;n
j In Switzerland, Zurich eertainly
j f one of the safest places to get
drunk in.
?v.tuiuing to a police report, an
umdenti led man walked into 3
police station the other da ex excitedly
citedly excitedly claiming that he ha i been
($.e7h of, 3T Swiss francs
(700) the day beiore.
The o I if ipcr in charge soon
earned that the man had trad- a
cC?Wl'; 4tne n'ght before.
They set out to retrace that torn
through numerous bars and pubs
Near the end of the tour, an inn innkeeper
keeper innkeeper recognized the man
smiled and produced several bank
notes amounting to the sum al allegedly
legedly allegedly stolen.
Ho tfiM fU- ..
u. u-j ,i "iunisnea man that
iic naa inrown his monev awiv
before leaving the place "and Sm
other patron collected it t be
handed back to the owner when
Ihe showed up.
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Hoofbeats Pane 6

m. s' v.-
Out Of Crisis
New Minister
over a nationwide radio nook
up
expaimng tne purpose of the
work stoppage and asking labor
and student groups to join it
The crisis, worst faced by the
lnta since the overthrow el
dictator Marcos Jeres Jimenes
last January, stemmed from for.
mer defense minister Jse Ma Maria
ria Maria d CactrA I mm'
, 7. ..- -... uBoorn
r--crien Of Larraiabal's Ja Ja-mend
mend Ja-mend ifor his resignation.
For several hours Tuesday Cas Castro
tro Castro Leon sought to enlist the sup sup-port
port sup-port of) the military throughout
civilian junta and set up a new
all-military junta.
Larrazabal's demands for the
defense minister's resignation re resulted
sulted resulted from recent pressure from
a section of the armed force'
sparked by Castro Leon,, for a
crackdown on the activities of
an!iLCener Democtjc Action
tn? Communist parties,
ihe junta resisted such pressure
maintaining that all political par-
?f mTS enjoy fr"dom. oi action
it real democracv was to be re restored
stored restored in Venezuela.
7" LU" ,was nnally forced
to resign shortly after midnight
uiuZ i "inagemenf,
labor professions, commercial
and student ermine -jm,,,., i
would go on a nationwide gener-
.-.wnr io support to govern government.
ment. government. eJ,?e( enU" cabinet threat threat-ened
ened threat-ened to resign unless Castro Leon
quil.
Larrazabal appointed Gen. Josue
Lopor Henriques to succeed Cas-
The ousted defense minister was
expected to go abroad immediate
lyp probably to the U n i e
SStste. It was likelv that he '1
be given a Venezuelan diplo ,ic
asssi?nment or be n-md Vo up.
"K"w-i.uvc 10 in? inter A-
merican Defense iBoard in Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. 1
Relations Between
Rebels, Tunisian
Govt. Hit New Low
TUNIS (UPl) -Bitter Algeria's
rebel hostility to an of jcial ac accord
cord accord for a trans-Tunisia French
pipeline to pump oil out of Al Algeria
geria Algeria has left relations between
ernrnfij at a netajipw.
uuaieuug auacK Dy me offi official
cial official rebel organ "El Moujahia
The Cfombatantt vpstsritnv
demned the Tunisian nwamm.ni
for ratifying the pipeline agree
ment with the French Trapsa Oil
Co. t ;
The oiDeline would run tmm th
rich, French operated Edjele oil oilfield
field oilfield deep in the Algerian Sahara
to the Gulf of Gabes on Tunisia's
east coast.
Traffic Safety
Srbbath Proposed
SPRINGFIELD, III. (UPl) A
"traf ic safety sabbath" will be
observed throughout the stite orr
the week end before Labor Day
in a campaign to establish reck reckless
less reckless and careless driving as a
"moral wrong."
The plan was approved Tuesrlav
by 41 religious leaders from all
faiths in the state who m?t here
at the invitation of Gov. William
G. Stratton. Stratton called the
meeting to discuss a possible safe safety
ty safety campaian aimed at the moral
aspect of Iriving.
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