The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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TOURIST FLITES
HOMEWARD and
to BUENOS AIRES
The Cosm o poli tan Capita) .
via
AN INDEPENDENT 5yl Ht) g0AILY NEWSPAPER
BRAN IFF
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afcH Abraham Lincoln.
Tel. Panama 2-0975 Colon 779
33rd tea
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1951
FITt CENT!

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CANADIAN WHISKY fmif-

Ike Forecast $466 Million Surplus, But...
US Goes $12 Billion
Into Red This Year

jWASHINCTON, Only 30 (UPI) Treasury Secretary
Robert B. Anderson told Congress, today "we are now
faced with an estimated budge deficit of about 12 billion
dollars."
The new forecast of red-ink spending for the current
fiscal year foreshadows the biggest government deficit in
peacetime history. Last January, President Eisenhower had
predicted a budget surplus of W56 million dollars, but this
was upset; by higher government spending brought on by
the recession and Russia's Sputniks.
Anderson testified at a closed session of the House
Ways and Means committee in support of the administra administration's
tion's administration's request that the ceiling on the national debt be raised
to a peacetime record of 288 billion dollars. The limit now
is 280 billion dollars.

The eoaamittee was expected
to approve the administration administration-baeked
baeked administration-baeked legislation latef today.
Anderson said the Increase
was7 needed to enable the gov government
ernment government to keep opera ting dur during
ing during the fiscal year and to allow
for contingencies which may
He' said the administration

now expects Federal spending
reach a neaeetlme record of

79 billion dollars in the current

fiscal year, compared with tne
President's original estimate

it .Tanuarv of T4,400,000,000

Moreover, Anderson said. Fed Federal
eral Federal receipts are expected to
total only 7 billion dollars in instead
stead instead of $73,900,000,000 as orig originally
inally originally anticipated.

Great

Future

For

EISENHOWER CHALLENGING KHRUSHCHEV m
TO MID-AUGUST SHOWDOWN MEETING

3 US Cities Added To List Of Major
Areas With Increased Unemployment

Reds Ignore

Israeli Plea

To Meet Arabs

JERUSALEM, July 30 (UPI)

Israel has asked Russian Premier

Nikita Khrushchev to arrange a

meeting between Israeli Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion and

United Arab Republic President

Gamal Abdel Nasser in a bid to
settle Arab Israeli differences,
highly-placed sources revealed to today.
day. today. The appeal was sent to Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev by Ben-Garion himself, the
sources said. v

The proposal was sent to Mos Moscow,
cow, Moscow, within a few days of the
Iraqi revolt of July 14, the sour sources
ces sources added.
But, they said, no reply has yet
been received from Moscow and
it is assumed here that Moscow,
is, for the time being at least, ig ignoring
noring ignoring the Israeli approach.
Ben-Guiion's call to Khrushchev
went through normal diplomatic
channels' the sources added.

WASHINGTON, July SO (UPI) President Eisenhower is chal challenging
lenging challenging Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to a showdown Summit
meeting in mid-August and the United Stales plans to charge the
Russians with fomenting rebellion and unrest throughout the
Middle East.
A Presidential note to Khrushchev, to be dispatched shortly,
will call for the ton-level meetinr to be held within the United

Nations Security Council although not necessarily in New York

between Aug. 10 and 15, high officials saici.
They added that if Khrushchev accepts the challenge, the
United States does not intend to appear as a "defendant" accused
f "aggression" In Lebanon but will take the offensive and ex expose
pose expose a pattern of Russian and United Arab Republic subversion
throughout the oil-rich area. -s

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
i.ahnr Denartment added three

cities y

Six other cities received the
worst possible rating indicating 12

r cent or more unemployment

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Added to the list of areas with s
per eent or more of the total
labor force unemployed were Los
Ahieles-Long Beach, Calif., Buv
mittWam, Ala., and Milwaukee,
Wis
The department said 89 of the
nation's 149 major labor markets
now fall into the substantial unem unem-ployment
ployment unem-ployment area and added that this
situation probably would continue
for the next few months.
But it said its bi-monthly 30b
survey, which is based on inter interviews
views interviews with employers on future
hiring Plans, indicated there would
be JTsught pickup in employment

even in haro-nit manuiaciumig
centers. '
In addition to adding Los An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, Milwaukee and Birmingham
to the substantial unemployment
list, the Labor Department re reported
ported reported TOat the job situation had
become worajs in seven other big
industrial centers.
Fort Wayne, Ind., was classified
as having 9 to 12 per cent of its
labor force unemployed, compar compared
ed compared with to 9 per cent in May.
Federal Scholarship
Program Has Bright
Outlook For Future
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The out

look for congressional action on a
23&..1 chnlarshiD urogram ap

peared brighter today than at any!
time since Sputnik I spotlighted

the crisis in U.S. education.
Congressional supporters of bills
to help deserving students and
upgrade teaching showed consid considerably
erably considerably more optimism despite the
l&ssibiUtr he programs would
get lost in the lat-minute adjourn
ment rush.
A major stride was taken yes yes-torrinv
torrinv yes-torrinv with aonroval of a $1,456.-

nnO:O00 education-aid program by

Senate education subcommittee
th narent Labor and Public Wei

fsre Committee will tackle the
bill tomorrow and expects to
onmnM action bv this weekend.

The HOUSe JEOUCauon ana uaum
kmmitt.ee ilreadv has complete:!

ion on a federal schoiarsmp
but it has not yet -cleared the
me Rules Committee wher?

school measures usually get close

scrutiny.

Both bills provide about twice

as many scholarships as the ad
ministration asked for. With $17,

snn nno a vear'to soend on schol

arships ranging from $500 to $1,000
a year, about 20,000 students could
benefit from both House and Sen Senate
ate Senate bills.
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CKACK DOWN ON "COWiOYS"
nrm a TJtPCT lipn Unnaarin

imunist authorities have de-

red war m Jeans "American

cowboy trousers" charging they
Start their wearers on a criminal
career. -The Communist youth
organ Magar Ifjusag said police
had been instructed to check the
identity- cards of "cowboy trouser
wearers."

tin. ..

The department noted that m
other areas remained in categories
representing only moderate unem unemployment.
ployment. unemployment. Included were such
cities as Boston, San Francisco Francisco-Oakland,
Oakland, Francisco-Oakland, Atlanta, Dallas, Seattle,
New Orleans. Denver. Cincinnati

and Washington, D.C.
Overall, the department said its
survey showed that the employ employment
ment employment had levelled off in the late
spring in most of the major fac factory
tory factory centers. However, there were
89 centers with substantial unem unemployment
ployment unemployment in July compared with
86 in May and 24 a year ago.
In a separate listing, the de department
partment department added 21 other areas to
its list of smaller industrial cen centers
ters centers with a substantial labor sur surplus.
plus. surplus. They wfere:
Cape Girardeau, Mo,; Lincoln,
Neb.; Plainfield-Somerville, N.J.;
Newburgh Middletown Beacon,
N.Y.: Richlands Bluefield, Va.;
Pueblo, Colo., and La Grange, Ga.
Also Lafayette and Marion, Ind.;
Paducah, Ky.; Glens Falls-Hudson
Falls, N.Y.; Oneida, N.Y.;
Thomasville-Lexington, N.C.; Ash-tabula-Oonneaut,
Ohio.
Also Findlay-Tiffin Fostoria,

Ohio; Kent-Ravenna

dusky-Fremont,

ens-Towanda, Pa., and Watertown,

wis.

. Ambassador

reefed By Queen

as rernando Alfaro. e new P.

namanian ambartsadw, teHy" prc-

aentea nis credentials-to Queen

Aiizaoetn at Bucxingrianr Palace,
After the brief formal presents
tion ceremony the Queen also re
ceived Madame Alfaro.

The President was reported will willing
ing willing to hold the U.N. Summit meet meeting
ing meeting in any city decided upon by
the Security Council Except Mos Moscow.
cow. Moscow. This was interpreted as a con conciliatory
ciliatory conciliatory gesture to French Prem Premier
ier Premier Charles de GaVlle who has
said he prefers a European site 'o
New York.
The British were reported pre preparing
paring preparing a similar note to Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev as the Western powers mov moved
ed moved to nail the Russian leader down
...wh, h real v wants a

top-level discussion of the turbul turbulence
ence turbulence in the Middle East.

Meanwhile in London me rail
uledged themselves a new to
combat "by all possible legitimate
means" the spread of indirect ag ag-gression
gression ag-gression in the Middle East.
In a communique winding up
the two-day tesaam ot-their coun council
cil council here, they mmm
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ground treo Wo Lttanpn end
Jordan.
Thv a freed to maintain dose

enntaet "Tn order to achieve the

aims and purposes of their asso association
ciation association for mutual cooperation and
to strengthen their ability to resist

direct or indirect aggression."
The communique was issued on
behalf of the United States. Brit

ain, Turkey, Iran, and Pakistan.
U.S. Ambassador John Hay Whit Whitney
ney Whitney represented Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles at the confer conference
ence conference yesUvday. Dulles had re returned
turned returned to Washington after Mon
day's atssion.
It was reported authoritatively
that in the secret session of the
council yesterday future relations
with Iraq were discussed in detail.
Iraq, from whose capital the
Baghdad Pact draws its name,
was expected to defect from the
alliance as a result of the July 14
coup whicn overthrew the rule o
King Faisal.
Sources said that no immediate
action was decided a but that
the tendency of all was in favor
of ultimate recognition of the new
Iraqi Republic.

The ministers were reported al also
so also to have discussed Lebanon nd

Jordan at length, With frequei

reierences

9 jp

him m

GEORGE M. SMITH

PRR

Smith

Line

3 Get Suspended
Jail Sentences
In Overtime Case

9 IlhjI HfciAuli PiS

to rianeers

a egreimnWTFarao

th fJequen4Jn-ear
t 'eJteSf
propaganda,

Ahir.. Can

viiiu, vjair

Ohm; anesvilie,

sabotage, secret agents, and iniug

fling of weapons and explosives.
Radio Moscow yesterday attack

ed U.S. support of the pact saying
"It is clear from the declaration
that the U.S.A. has decided to sup support
port support this aggressive pact as a
basis for military preparations in
the Near and Middle East."
Moscow radio added that this
Western preparedness was con connected
nected connected with "the accelerated
movement for independence in the
Arab countries."
It said that though the pact
members had declared their in intention
tention intention to maintain collective se

curity and resist aggression, no nobody
body nobody is threatening any pact mem
bers" and that "it is Britain and
the U.S.A. who have undertaken
aggressive actions in the Near
and Middle East."

Three Panamanian employes of
tire U.S. Air Force Finance Office
at Albrook were g'ven suspended
jail sentences today when they
pleaded guilty at U.S. District
Court at-.Ancon to conspiring to together
gether together to obtain money by false
pretenses.
The men, who had altered their
rrii and riven themselves

which they dirt not wore

Fernanda Paredes, mKHW'

Uo Garcia 28, and Damaso Ssla-

zar 36.

Railroader

Puts Ailing

Back On Tracks

George M. Smith, manager of the Panama Railroad
for the past year, left the Isthmus today. And his parting
words as he walked up the gangway of the Panama Line's
Cristobal bound for New York were:
"Anyone who says the Panama Railroad is redundant

and should be closed down is a chump. There is a great
economic future for the railroad, both for expanding Pan Panama
ama Panama and for the Canal Zone."
Smith was loaned to the Panama Railroad a year ago
by the Pennsylvania Railroad to give a shot in the arm to
an enterprise which former Gov. John S. Seybold, among
others, had recommended be consigned to the scrap heap,
Congress did not go along with the recommendation,
and in Smith's year, the railroad has been put back on
the track.

RALPH K. SKINNER"

WILLIAM I. HALL

Faubus Credits Win

In Demo Primary

To Use Of Troops

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 30

(UPI) Gov. Orval E. Faubus

todav credited the sending of

federal troops to Little Rock
in the Integration crisis for a

vote that gave him in a third
term by the biggest majority
in Arkansas history.

Almost complete returns from

yesterday's Democratic primary

gave him 29.5 per cent of tne

vote. Trie rest was almost even

ly divided between his oppo

nents, Little Rock meat packer

Chris Finkbemer, 37, and Judge

Lee Ward, 52, of Paragould.

Unofficial returns from 3,317
of the state's 2,332 precincts
gave Faubus 244,225 votes,

Finkbeiner 54,284 and Ward

52,340.
"The voting was a condemna condemnation
tion condemnation by the people of Illegal
federal intervention ltt the af affairs
fairs affairs of the state and the hor horrifying
rifying horrifying use of federal bayonets

in the streets of an American

city and in the halls of a pub public
lic public school," Faubus, 48, said in

his victory statement.
He meant President Eisen

hower's sending of 1000 troops

of the 101st Airborne Division

to Little Rock last September
to protcet nine Negroes who

enrolled in Central High School.

faubus had previously used
two companies of the National
Guard to keen Negroes out, on

the ground that integration of
Central would provoke bloody
violence.

Ralph Skinner, William Hall Chosen

To Take Financial Training Course

Two employes of the Panama been
l n -! 4f,llni-'r "nriri

uanai uompany uumpuuiK'
office have been appointed by
Gov. Potter to attend a five five-month
month five-month training' course in fin financial
ancial financial management. The course,
sponsored by the Civil Service
Commission, is to be given in
Washington, D.C, from Sept.
11 through Jan. 30.
The appointees, selected from
a group of 24 who were no nominated,
minated, nominated, are Ralph K. Skinner,
systems accountant In the Ac Accounting
counting Accounting Policies and Proce Proce-HrM
HrM Proce-HrM staff, and William E.

Hall, aystems accountant in the

Accounting Division, uonaia m.
Luke. Chief of the General

Ledger and Processing Brancn,

is the alternate.
Th 24 nominees for the fin

ancial management internships

took competitive qualifying ex

aminations at tne personnel

mireau Training uenter on

June 24. Last week the eight

receiving- the highest scores

were interviewed oy tne Aamm-

istrative Intern Selection Com

mittee, headed of Sigurd E. Es Esses.
ses. Esses. Serving with Esser are: 3.
Bartlev Smith, Frank H. Ler Ler-chen,
chen, Ler-chen, David Markun, and L. B.
Burnham. Training Officer, who
is Secretary for the Committee.
Since all of those who took the
qualifying examinations were
employes, of the Comptroller's
office, acting comptroller Ar Arthur
thur Arthur J. O'Leary sat in on the
selection committee interview.

The course which Skinner
and Hall wlU take is the first

of its sort. A number of man

agement intern programs have

Nuclear Conference
Has Five Agreements
To Its Credit So Far

SDonsored by the Civil

Service Commission, but this is.

the first program to be devot devoted
ed devoted to financial management.

Skinner was born in westJ

Fairlee, Vt., and joined the Ca

nal oriranlzat on in 1JM4 as a

clerk. He left the service In
1942 and was reemployed in
1B44 in the Office of the comp comptroller.
troller. comptroller. He has held various po positions
sitions positions in that unit and has
been systems accountant since
156.
Hall is a native of Cincinnati,
O, and worked for a year in
1948 as a graduate trainee in
the former Clubhouse Division.
After a break in his service, he
was reemployed In 1955 as ac accounting
counting accounting assistant and has held
his present position for the past
year.

GENEVA (UPD-The East West

nuclear confyerence had five solid
agreements to its credit toJay.
and was after others.
The latest accord came yesterr
day when a dramatic proposal
was made that earth satellites be
used to help spot sneak ktomic
explosions at very high altitudes.
The scientists agreed that spe

cial instrument installed in earth

satellites could pick up such

high level blasts. They also

aereed such exnlosions. could be

detected by studying the behavior

of radio and light waves from the
outer reaches of space.
The scientists now are con confronted
fronted confronted with the nroblem of corn-

binding all various detection
methods into a foolproof polking
system under which nuclear tests
culd be stopped by agreement.
The four previous agreements
reached by the scientists who are
plodding ahead, ignoring political
eve"'s in .various parts of the
world, dealt with methods of de detecting
tecting detecting and identifying nuclear
explosions of the type which ac actually
tually actually have occurred.

Paredes who was supervisor of
civil payrolls was sentenced to
one year in the penitentiary, Gar Garcia
cia Garcia to nine months and Salazar to
six months. All three sentences
were suspended for two years

during which time the defendants
must; observe probation conditions
District Attorney Rowland K.
Hazard said the three men work worked
ed worked together and knew each other.
Garcia and Salazar had been hav having
ing having some money problems and
bills they had to meet.
Because of that they discussed
their problems with Paredes and

it was determined that he would
alter the attendance time record
which would allow then overtime
for which they did not work.

Hazard said that for the otiens otiens-es
es otiens-es which they were charged with
Paredes would $rve gained $58.
89, Salazar $15.6J and Garcia $13.
20.
He said Paredes was the mov

ing force because ne auiuuij

made the alterations.
The sentences passed by Judge
Guthrie F. Crowe had been re re-comended
comended re-comended by the District Attorney.

The operating Idss has been re reduced
duced reduced by more than half accord
ing to indications of the 1958 fis fiscal
cal fiscal year figures, the Railroad Di Division
vision Division announced today. The aper

aftag loss during fiscal 1957 wa

TNre w an Increase In re revenue
venue revenue wirhi increased frtieh?
tennagi and passenger load dur

ing th past year and at Tne
tamt time an improvement in
th condition of th railroad's
quipmn, track and right oi'
way.
Now has railroader Smith a"hi
eved all this in the face of sisuiti"
cant wage increases and higher

cost of fuel and other items?
"There's no magic about it," he
said today. "As far as 1 am con
cerned it is just a matter of rail railway
way railway practice pnrerly applied,
plus etficient organ -a ion and the
fact that everyone has pulled together."

H added: Th moral of
th stat'l is much better new.
Thy fl thy ar running
worthwhil service. Th railroad
does not exist to make a profit.

It should break even ana it U

coming much closer to doing
that new.
Smith has been recalled by the
Pennsylvania Railroad and has
been appointed erinttgelent of
Tatrsbs Reach
in Pittatargh. He it a native of
Virginia and a gjaduate of Virgi Virgi-m
m Virgi-m oiytchni titiaPT1 :
He will be succeeded- as man manager
ager manager of the Railroad Division of
the Transportation and Terminal!
Bureau in the Canal Zone by Rich Richard
ard Richard E. Pinkham, formerly super
intendent of equipment of thf.
Pennsylvania Railroad at Balti Baltimore.
more. Baltimore. He spent several days here ia
July familiarizing himself with
the Panama Railrod, its equip
ment and its operation.

Russia Sends Note
Protesting Violation
Of Territory By US

US Steel Considers
$4 A Ton Increase
On Major Products
NEW YORK, July 30 (UPI)
U.S. Steel Oorp. Is considering
a price Increase of $4 a ton on
maior steel products, Hon Age
sa'd today.

The authoritative trade mag mag-ine
ine mag-ine said this increase would be
about 40 per cent of what many
steel firms believe to be justifi justified
ed justified In view of the 26-cent-an-hour
increase In employment
costs since the first of the
year.
The magazine said U.S. Stee!
Is learning toward a smaller
than expected price increase for
three main reasons:
It wants to make a contri-

agalnst ln-

MOSCOW, July 30 (UPI)
The government charged today
in a note of protest to the unlt-

pri sit.ates and Iran that an

American military Diane de

llberately violated Russian air
space last Saturday but was
forced back by Soviet fighters.
The protest Identified the

plane as an RB-47, which is a bution to the fight
reconnaissance version of the j nation.
B-47 iet bomber.

They said the RB-47 flew
from the direction of Iran and
crossed the Soviet frontier over
the Caspian Sea about 200 miles
east-south-east of the town of
Astara.
About 20 miles inside the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union It was met by Rus Russian
sian Russian fighter planes and was

Northern Senators
Begin Battle
Limiting Filibusters

WASHINGTON (UPI)-A grouj
of northern senators fired whai
they said was the "opening gun'
yesterday of an all out fight ti
change they Senate rules nex'
year to make it easier to choki
off filibusters.
Sen. Clifford P. Case (R-NJ).
one of the leaders of the biparti
san block, predicted he and hii
colleagues would succeed in theii
campaign to sti'fen Senate Rult
22, which say debate can be limit
ed only by the votes of 64 or mon
senators. Sen. Paul H. Douglaj
(D ill.) joined Case in his predic
tion.
The Senate Rules Committee is
May aporoved a proposed rult
change that would permit 49 sen'
tors, a majority of the full Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, to impose cloture or a "gag"
limiting debate. The proposed
change has no chance o' approval
at this session of Congress.

Case said failure of Congress to
act this year would mean reopen reopening
ing reopening the fight next January.

It is aware of customs op- "This time I trust we will be
position to anything more than successful," he said.

a nominal increase under com

petitive concitlons.
--There is offstage govern government
ment government and congressional pres pressure
sure pressure to hold the price line.
Iron Age speculated that U.S.

Steel also could be thinking of

fnrred to turn back in the di- steel labor negotiations in ma

rectloh of Iran, the note said. I when present contracts expire.

Sen Jacob K. Javlls (RNY)
told the Senate the present rule
was the "last citadel of those
who can no longer longer rely oil
persuasion." He said it was hold holding
ing holding up action on Hawaiian state statehood,
hood, statehood, federal aid to education and
civil rights legislation.

Hussein Warned Feisal Of Coup d'Etat Two Weeks Before Revolution

NICOSIA, Cyprus (UPI) Jor Jordanian
danian Jordanian King Hussein warned his
cousin King' Feisal of Iraq

about the planned coup delat

and after the discovery- In Jordan
of a similar plot against Hussein
led by his chief side de camp.
The Jordanian plot was sched-

neainst hi throne but Faisal re- uled to coincide with the Iraqi up-

fiiKPd to take the warning ser- rising and thus remove both

iously, authoritative sources
disclosed today.
As a result, the young king and
12 other members of the Hashem Hashem-ite
ite Hashem-ite family were murdered in the
July 14 uprising which has
changed the whole balance of
power in the Middle East.
Authoritative sources said Hus Hussein's
sein's Hussein's warning was delivered at
least two weeks before the coup

rising and tnus remove

Hashemite kings at once.
The Jordanian plot was re revealed
vealed revealed by an Iraqi officer who
had been sent to Syria by the
rebels to establish contact with
Interior Minister Col. Abdul Ha ra raid
id raid Serraj. whp Is hed of tne
Syrian secret police,:
Instead, the officer made his
way to the Jordan border and
asked for political asylum. He

requested an immediate audience
With Hussein artd disclosed de details
tails details of both plots, including the
names oi some of the chief plot plotters.
ters. plotters. One of them was Hussein's own
aide de camp, Lt. Col. Radi
Abdullah, chosen1 personally by
the king as one of his most loyal
lunporters.
Thunderstruck, Hussein imme immediately
diately immediately swooped on the plotters,
arresting about SO of them, both
military and civilian, on June 27
which is the eve of the great
Moslem east of Bairam ending
the month-long fasting period at

Ramadan. "" growing older than his 70 years
Simultaneously, he sent word would have led observers to be be-tn
tn be-tn Feisal that an attempt was lieve.

likely to be made on his throne.
Feisal refused to believe him.
thinking himself safe behind the
vast network of secret police
built up by Premier Nuri Es-Said,
the strongman who ef ectively
ruled the country and made it a
friend of the West for the past 40
years. Known as the Pasha. Nuri
had frustro'cd many plots in the
past and Feisal, trusted him im
pllcitly.
Even before the coup, however,
there were signs that Nuri was

The fall of Iraq has left Hussein
standing practically alone as an
upholder of the old monarchies of
the Middle Bast, surrounded by
enemies on all sides Syria to th
north, Iraq to the northeast,
Egypt to the south, and Israel
along the long western order.
How long he can survive the
revolutionary forces of Arab M
tlonalism led by the United Arab
Republic's President Gamal Ah
del Nasser is a big qutitiai
mark.

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 195

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Labor (News

And

Comment

LOb KlOis PLAYGROUND

Sir:

By VICTOR RIESEL
PARIS, Ever since I "saw"
movie star Van Johnson play a
blind international foreign corres correspondent
pondent correspondent who solves all, wins the
girls and helps good triumph over
evil, I thought I'd try a bit of it
myself. Van Johnson, who is hand handsomer
somer handsomer than 1 am did it the hard
way by going "23 Steps to Baker
Street" in London. I drove some
23 blocks to 37 bis Rue Valery in
Paris, climbed some 60 steps and
brushed past the flags of virtual

ly all nations except Communists'.

huilH a Slav area

it is quite typical of the "me first" attitude ul must Zonians
that a move is on foot stop ilu? construction ot this play area.
If the author of "One for the Kids" cares to start a counter counter-petition
petition counter-petition to the one now going the rounds, I would be happy to be
the first signer.
One More for the Kids

Sir:
Rally round, Los Rios parents! Let's get up a committee to
award Purple Heart medals to the workmen installing the new play playground
ground playground equipment in case any of them are injured by flying peti petitions.
tions. petitions. Non-Signer.

1 want to second the remarks made in the letter signed "One
for the kids" (Ann iiox, July 26) Lu Kios, witn Us legions of chil children,
dren, children, tjadly needs more playground lacilities than it now nas. tne

old swifeming pool arei is the most logical place in the townsite to J j founf) mys(?lf sanctum of

Interpol which knows the habits
and whereabouts of 100,000 inter international
national international mobsters. Most of the
important evil oues are in the
U.S.
It is criminal that we in the U.S.
know so little about Interpol the
international Criminal Police Or Organization.
ganization. Organization. It helps our own nar narcotics
cotics narcotics people cut down that part of
the mob the dope rings. When
the opium smugglers are hit, you
hit the big-money crime cartels
and also hit the cowd moving in into
to into some of our unions. For, the
narcotics mobs are the toughest
and are the real crime "bosses."
Cripple them and, among other
things, you take the pressure off
many a local union. That's what
J. Edgar Hoover's FBI has dis discovered.
covered. discovered. That's what Harry An An-slighter's
slighter's An-slighter's Federal Narcotics Bu Bureau
reau Bureau knows.
And that's what the McClellan
Committee's counsel, Bob Kenne Kennedy,
dy, Kennedy, has been telling our world in
the past month.

UNION CALYPSO

Sir:
"Ginger Knew All" says I am ungrateful
When all I am doing is being thankful
To ltiy union with Uncle Sam's affiliation
For helpjig me out ot a hungry situation.
Ginger is sorry that I will get Civil Service Retirement,
When niv union has fought so hard for this betterment.
1 was not the one who says Uncle Sam gives away "handouts,"
As Ginger Know All and Philip N. Malcolm try to make out.
Ginger Know All says our unions should build supermarkets,
And with the profits build a housing project.
He says not to seek help from Uncle Sam's unions to do this.
Yet our government is seeking forty millions from Uncle Sam
to do just this.
About a Little Rock situation m Panama 1 did not ask,
Since to do this I would have to wear a mask.
-I-iuade a statement of fact
That Ginger Know All and Philip N. Malcolm cannot counteract.
Ginger says I don't know much about Panama,
But our illiterary duel would indicate that
I know a lot more about facts about Panama,
Than Ginger and Malcolm are able to distort
Like Jose de la Rosa Castillo, I am a graduate of Panama University,
But could not get a job in Panama City.
So Castil'o for Uncle Sam's Air Force does translate,
While for Ur.cle Sam's Canal Company I do calculate.
Castillo and I will earn United States rates
While Ginger and Malcolm will remain on local rates
Thanks to the unions Castillo and I support
We will all enjoy our vacations in different ports
On minimum wages I promised to investigate
So fnr Ginger's information I must indicate
That my Mecl-handed leaders pulled a master stroke
Which jnjr on day squeeze Ernestito or, gives him a stroke.
Ed. K. Welsh.got Arnulio Arias to sav In a hurrf,
Pawerna wanted higher wages in the Canal Zone.
Otherwise Welsh would have been called home by Philip Murray,
By ship, by plane or by telephone.
Our unions got dp la Guardia to reiterate
That he wanted a dollar minimum for the Zone.
Aqui'ino Rovd followed up supporting the rate
He may one day have to pay to install his telephone.
Rerrie will fight to get Potter to pay a dollar to evrrvbody.
Castilb will fight fnr the Armed Forr?s to do the samp for everybody
Cestillo savs he will cct a minimum wage for evervbndy in Panama,
That is. of course, if he is not cut down like the hotel employes
.in Panama
Most of the private companies employes in the Canal Zone,
Are earninc the dollar minimum or more,
Thanks to Locals 900. 907 wid the CLU.
But most of them are out of the unions as Ginger. Malcolm
and more like you.
Ginger Know All I Ginger Know All!
Why not ed our duel at a summit meet on Ancon Hilr
We could use Brother Potter as principal spectator
And for Judge Advocate, Brother Gaither.
Let us leave out Landon, Wales and Dasher,
Or maybe we could use each one as an usher.
Then r.end the bill to Treasury Minister Eleta
Who I am sure would like to act as commentator.
Eleta will pay us out of the millions,
Ernestito is trying to get from Eisenhower.
Then my union will build its houses with millions,
Not from supermarkets, docks, free ports or sick benefits,
but from Zander.
So long Ginger Know All and Philip N. Malcolm,
We shall one day meet at St. Petor's gate in our celestial home.
We shall live in a special tabernacle you will sure suggest,
That Local 900 should build in heaven, but Uncle Sam has not given
us or Ernestito the money as ye.
100 Percent Unionist.

The Mountain Goes to Mohamet

"Washington

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Merry-Go-Round

BMW M AR SON

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For many of then men on the
Interpol list of 199,000 interna international
tional international criminals are the same
who give orders to the men of
Apilachin, who, in turn, order
around many a union chief. In
all fariness, it should be report reported
ed reported that frequently the crooked
union chief is merely a minor
league gauleiter who doesn't
know that the goon who phones
him is part of the smuggling
ring.
There are no cloaks and daggers
hanging in Interpol's international
"secretariat" on the bis Rue

Valery. This is
crime fighting.

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

IT'S NOT THE HEAT (Its bers duo. .Comedian George Deion until we came along, expung-

WASHINGTON, Here's more alleging that Robb and his auDer.

on that bugging of the Sheraton- mi, v.. aujiuey 'ig&we uruett,
t. i..ou hoiei room in tne Goldtme
case.' A i s dence.
.i.ter the microphone was dis- rtobo and Garnet slapped a
covered. Lloyd Furr, the private j $J0,000 libel suit on True lfclec
aetecUve hired by Goldtiue's at- tive and the Ale aduen publica-
torney Roger Robb, handed his tnws
card to my assistant Jack Ander- New York Supreme Court ana end
son. eti ui a verici May 15, 1940 a
"l'he next time you want a rtl gainst Robb" and Garnet!. TjT
professional job done," he said. Arthur G uiieio uayes. review-
"give me a ring." ing the evidence iu the Garden T.
He was right. Furr is a skilled Shoppe murder argued tba. Kobb
professional and it now develops and Garnett had suppressed f the
thit both he and Robb were in- evidence and that the guilty 'ver-
volved in an eavesdropping case diet would have been reversed had
in a hotel room on behalf of com all the evidence been placed be-
i or Fulton Lewis Jr. fore the court.
Robb was quite indignant the The libel jury in New Ydr not
other night when he announced to. only agreed that the charges a-
the press that the Harris comn"i Gainst Robb and G.unelt were
'"-'' "'Tnnh- t true, but Went further and signed
to the door of Gold ine's public re. a oetitipn to Present Roosevelt
latims man. Jack Lotto. asking a new trail for Jordan!
"We are going to show you that "We have no' the slightest ones-
thp. committee has engaged in tion, "the jury's letter to FDR
electronic eavesdropping." Robb read (n .part ','tbat if all thejevid-
announced his cigar1 cocked at a ence had been presented afiJor.
jaunty angle. ri"n's trial H woHd have raised
Anparentlv he forgot the eke reasonable doubt which would

tronic eavesdropping m wmcn ne

hid enrta0ed at the Burlington
Hotel, just a few blocks away
' -.V th Carlton, in 193. P 'hat
time two Maryland. Republican

and Abe Warner

havn led to hi Mwiiitar.'

We are clear that JOrdoe did
"vo we tMjjV
case is an illustration wh.it

hnnons to a poor man -when a

district attorney is' not solicitous

me.; Another Commie on a quiz

snow? win nave uetaiis in a iew
days; .One minute later and
tnere would have oeen no sum summit
mit summit meeting. At noon, last Tues Tues-uay,
uay, Tues-uay, ike or a. ted a curt refusal

swift modern ana sent copies to our allies, in in-No
No in-No movie-type i worming Uiem it would uo on the

hero slithers across the continent: wire at one p.m. Britain's Mac-

playing international detective. niiUan phoned just bdore the
From bis Rue Valery the word deadline, talked the White House
can flash, for example, to a com out ot n, but ue uaulle alreauy
pletely automatic radio station at had his copy and accordingly is-Lagny-Pompone
some 10 miles sued his now famous "no summit
of Paris. j meeting" while the U.S. and Eng Eng-The
The Eng-The word can be that an in- land were approving it. .What s
ternational thug a smuggler, for this about Texas and New Mexi Mexi-instance
instance Mexi-instance has just taken a Diane i to nuuuiums sucking up motonsis
for South America. The automatic on lonely roads and dumping the
station boradcast on a restricted bodies across the border in Mexi Mexi-freejuency
freejuency Mexi-freejuency in codjpW It reaches' 18 co? Have been hearing about this
other Interpol stations making up! lor years, but apparently it still
the special network covering all goes on.
of Europe, North Africa via Tunis;
and Rahap and Tnrkev thrnnphi I can do fhie uith mi

Ankara and the Middle East vialcloseu: Cornell Wilde Irvine to'

Tel Aviv. I peddle his autobiography. No tak-
Some day the U.S. will throw a;ers. .Leonard Scnneider, Decca
few more pennies i 'to the network j biggie, tells me their version of
and we'll have an Interpol radio the new hit "Volare" is twice as
station too. We c;;n look with a big as the one I mentioned ear ear-little
little ear-little envy, not at London, or her. sola half a million and it's

ILL lime. CUSC JUCk nil luia 4uU

many umers i couiu uame iud&eb
h a ousuioas uisieaa oi a noooy,
to escort- gtamor gus tor tne pu
oucity vaiue, aim niies a preas a a-gent
gent a-gent killing three oirus wmi out
atUue: iNicoie UoiO-joJ rtdiivla,
uioiiue unuersiuuy lo imgiue t.ui
uoi, ami (jeorge lJevmi uiaue an
attractive couie ai uenaios Van
juam. ne uistoveit'U ner in rans
anu brougm ner over to appoar
on nis i v snow." J,aal wee, uie
iieaa ageni said An a'ota uiatj, uiatj,-ereu
ereu uiatj,-ereu her in Pans anu Drougni her
over to appear on his Tv show.

Much ado aoout much: That's
a great campaign Desnu s putting
on tor tne IV syndicated "Walter
vvjncneu r ue uamiei a in
and it's a .great series. .on
agm ot agin Merman Adams, ou
agin since the war scare took him
on the not seai. .Which reminus
me ot the time Joey (Cinay and
i) Auams met aqerman tuams at
a Washington party and was ask asked
ed asked Dy me ooss oi uie wnite House
if they could be related. "I don't
know, joey repiiea. "My name
was iibi'ams beiore I rhanin ii

IVTaHrirl alnnn Thor, ic ovnn an Sona hv Iho Arioinotrti- ........ I What was vonrs?

-" io an uii5i,iBiui, j-'unicilicu

Interpol anti-crime radio station tnouugno. (but wnen 1 called Dec Dec-in
in Dec-in Utrecht, Holland. j ca back to check the spelling, the
But Interpol's International Ra- girl wno answered saio: "Is 't re re-dio
dio re-dio Network is just part of the hat-'leased yjt? Never heard of it.")
tie against the big-lime criminal This is news: Bobo Rockeiel Rockeiel-can
can Rockeiel-can speed by stratojet halfway ler dined solo. (At Khapeau
across the world -ven before his Rouge ). Susan Pleshette (she's
crime, or his "wanted" notce arei in Jerry Lewis' upcoming "Geisha

nasnea to local police. Interpol s I inoy ) and Ivan Mogul are an L

careiuny guaraea earn index sys

tem should boast but doesn't!
in its modesty of a special list There are photographs in special
of all vessels which have at any indexes operating on two systems

time had smugglers aboard. There tie Walton and the Bertillon.

on tneir conversation
join ing room.

Robb, asked for comment on the
bugging of the Burlington Hotel
room as aeiinst the Cc'on TTn'M
room, said: "That was Furr's own
room he put the microphone in.
All Furr was doing was making
a record of what said in his own
room."
"But you were in another room
listening in?"
"That's right," replied Robb
frinky.
Note This mits three t th

ed from the glossary Oi its own i Goldfine group who protested -the
members because of its fearsome Sheratori-Carlton 'Hnicrohone in
international reputation, lay oor- the same bugging category. Jack
mant. But the Mafia not only was Lotto, the third, once boasted of
still alive, it had reached heights putting a microphone to the, door
and depths undreamed of by its of Richard Nivon's room at the
ancient progenitors. We said so j "otel Comn-odore in New Vck.
and that set off a Mafia wave. . 1 Two wrongs don't make a right,
Scores of investigators Federal, j and I'm against bugging people's
state and municipal district at-1 r',f",lc nt inv air nfl times. Jack
torneys, crime commission, news- Anderson, my assistant, was pres pres-paper
paper pres-paper and magazine "experts," ent wnen ,np cnief investigator
writers of "fact" and f i c t i o n's i for the Harris committe bugged
books, movie scenarists and broad-! T nt,0's rrm, which I regret. Un
casters, moved in and atp at nnr fortunafelIy, this is the kind of

table, swiping material verbatim I atmosphere which pervades Wash-

distorting it, embroidering on it,
sneering at it, speculating over it.

inese cniseiers, with no indepnd-

were lured into a Burlington Hotel to see justice Hon and when the

room by the same private detect man is not properly defended."
ive Lloyd Furr. and an associate. Preside Paocvu commuted
Leorn?rd H. Harrelson. The room Jordon's death sflttetce. but dk
was wired and Robb eavesdropped not order a new trial;

in an ad- nbb nnprin- Doi'f the case,

emphatically denied that he had
suppressed any evidence.

ent knowledge of their own, all
made tfye same boners when they
tried to expand the drama in our
brief chapters, and to this day, if
I may say so with pardonable
pride, no agency, public or pri private,
vate, private, regardless of resources, has

uieugea up more man we print

ingston.

POSSIBLE U.S. JUDOE-

Robb. an able and Jikeable
Washington attorney, has been
mentioned frequently for appoint appointment
ment appointment to the Federal bench. H
has been selected by the White
House to handle various important
leeal nroblems. Including the

-in

is a registry of automobiles which lne most aangerous internatio

have been used on the dope pushnal criminals are classified

er s international
of course, a list

and big-time thugs themselves.

Since these international operat operatives
ives operatives sometimes use as many as 20
aliases, the card system is arrang

ed phonetically as well as alpha

ac

runs. There is:LrQing to six cnaractenstics ot

of the couriers spoken likeness" descriptions

of mobsters on the lam who have

been seen described by' witnesses.
These are portrait composites
This system enables Interpol oper

atives in many capitals to identify

hetically. Each has the number of the hoods who have tried to
their passports. These cards refer change their appearances as well
to bulging dossiers and files filled as their names or habits,
with detailed analyses of cases in Interpol plays its scientific

which the international criminals
have ever been involved.

for all of you and the forces of

decency in 59 other lands. If good

So detailed are these files that finally triumphs without the aid of

they are, in turn, broken down to; Van Johnson and myself, give In
files which have just one charac terpool a good chunk of the credit
teristic of every case or crime. It deserves it.

The clock stops (but not Morti Mortimer;:
mer;: Mortimer;: 'teui Thurman, sullry voic voiced
ed voiced weather gal gifted Montgomery
CUit with silver 1J). braeeiei

reading "Forget about Libby (Hoi. I while I was hprs de combat

"an uiai is; and keep in fair
weather with me.". .Jill Corey
and Jack Haley Jr. are playing
Jack and Jill. .Maybe Ike won't
like a New York summit meeft meeft-mg,
mg, meeft-mg, but the Peking on 2nd Ave.

j v..v,w,ciiicue oi ine carriage
S trade) sure will because it's
I where the UN diplomats from a-

round the corner duck out for Can Cantonese
tonese Cantonese duck... Today's Greta Thys Thys-sen
sen Thys-sen Item: Ron Ascher, the shoe
magnate (and what's a magnate
mama?) Tomorrow's Greta Thys Thys-sen
sen Thys-sen Item: Me. (I hope). Don't
you wish you were a columnist
and could get an invite to Sophia
Loren and Jan Mitchell's dinner
party to Keenan Wvnn at Lu Lu-chow's
chow's Lu-chow's Lillian Russell Room to tonight?.
night?. tonight?. Food for thought: What
every young girl should know:
Men.

ed as routine investigation during 1 pur,ee bDr A1R penne m-
the great days of a thrilling part er. fr.nm ,he Atomlc Energy Com'
nership mission.
TTp nio defends nnlice chief

Robert Murray of Washington di"
Inn fn-r""S vn r)dp hv fhp NAACP
that Washington police had beaten
Negro prisoners: "nd he has de-
fnmlf" rvincf o' th" conflict nf ;n
tproct .-.,,- jn (hp Kisenhower ad administration.
ministration. administration. TV,P"'- -TOoi-fJ OnHfino 'irt
hirpd KJi""l Honnpt Wtll'orns o
renresent him be'ore the Harris
pnimtiiitpp p.p'-'fino latpr- receiv received
ed received a phone rail from Sherman
Axioms tnr"inr him to retain
Roger Robb instead.

Letter from Lou (Walters that
is). Lou writes from Miami: "If
you saw me you'd never believe
i mches away from a tuner
al. Beginning to look like Tarzan.
Please express my thanks to 11
who volunteered their services

Boh

Hope, Dottie Lamour, Joey Adams

Henny Youngman, Lou Holtz ,ler.
ry Lewis, Mimi Benzell, Gary
Crosby (and all the others t't
column lacks space to mention)
My sinceres', my deepest, my
everlasting thanks."

Wisdom of a White' Way Fold:
Mways give a gal the cold should
der if she asks for a mink stole
to keep hers warm.

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GARDEN T SHOPPE
MURDER
Another piece of history regard regarding
ing regarding attorney Robb involves the
rl en T Shoppe murder in April
1931.
Robb. then assistant U.S. attor-

persons were miured Monday nev nrosvuted thp allseed murd-

scrambling out of a commuter lexer. Tom v Jor-'on.. and secur secur-train
train secur-train which was stalled and filled cd a conviction. Jordon was sen sen-with
with sen-with smoke in an underground tr-"" tr viP PiPrtnr chair,
tunnel during the morning rushl Later, True Detective magazine
hour. published an account of the triall.

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fraid a-fraid to stand still): Military at at-rhe
rhe at-rhe of the Israeli embassy in
Washington is the son o' the
Grand Fabhi of Ireland. He
Sneaks Gaelic fluently. Frcoucntlv
rhnnes lh Irish Embassy to rib
them in Gaelic, which no one
there but the Irish Ambassador
understands. .1 wonder if this is
r-'w? Fx British foreign minister
Tony Nutting forgetting the ex ex-Mrs,
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY ITCWSrAMM
WEDNESDAY, JULY SO, 1951
DEMONSTRATORS ARRESTbD
BUENOS AIRES (UPD Police
reports today that 337 persons
were arrested last week end in
connection with the sixth anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of Eva Peron's death. Police
had banned a Peronist demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration honoring the former wife of
ex dictator Juan D. Peron. More
than 400 tear gas bombs were
used to bring the Peronists under
control after they ignored the ban.
3

- ,- Tnt-mai Audit Branch, standing, right, shows fellow employes in the Canal organization someof the fine points in the

Jrlain tettVwwhr conducted this week. Twenty-six employes took the course which was hem eacn morning curing tne past wees.

w ...

IN HOLLYWOOD...

HQIYWOOD-CNEA)- Behind
th? Scree Today I hav Doro hy
MaloAe's iconfession about getting
S up with Diana Barrymore s
confessions. Dorothy gave them to
me over a jigger JritvJl
more than a iggr. u"
itand because there have been
was so wrong about almost every everything,
thing, everything, she told me, that I got to
the point where I said to myseU
Well, I hope I'm making the
right mistake.'"
The 'Barrymore confessions,
"Too Much Too Soon" were a hor horrible
rible horrible mistake for Marry Miss
Malone who admits she didn t
hav the slightest idea she would
be Cry Tomorrow" girl

Decaust oi uic mm.
NOT THAT h?'s beltln bot bottles
tles bottles all wer town because o cri critical
tical critical blast at te movie in which
. she played Diana.
It's just tiiat she permitted her-
"It's.ao more suffering ,00
crew tor me," leveled Dorothy,
who won supporting role Oscar
in 195S for another sorrow-drowning
role in the film, "Wild Is the

A DOLL WHO lives alone and
win like it "until the rieht fel

low shows yp," Dorothy marvels

at the husbands lirace ft-eiiy ana
Joan Crawford found and gave up
their careers for.

"I want," she announced for all
to hear, "a romantle comedy."

WHAT HAPPENED to Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy in the Barrymore acting romp
which ran the gamut from A
(apertifs) to (scotch, and zoda)
shouldn't, have happened, perhaps
even to Diana, Dorothy accepted
the role, she told me, "because I
had great symathy for Diana in
th book and I was told the film
would emphasize the social rather
than the show business back background
ground background of.her life.
"But the picture concentrated
on show j business and I think it
was a bjy mistake. Something hap

penea to my cnaracterization, too,
that Couldn't have happened on
the stafee. u
"Editing and musical scoring
can change an interpretation
and it changed, mine. They used
closetfps for scenes that were
taken for other scenes. And I
JrnBeL.over the drunken strip
tease. The music should have
FSnSuL n! 8m,amin8 Instead
it sounded ike a minuet. It cfaang cfaang-scene
scene cfaang-scene meaning of the

"What, a wonderful wav to go,"

she sighed about Her Royal High Highness
ness Highness and Mrs. Pepsi Cola.
Dorothy lives alone, that is, ex except
cept except .or two Sams. Big Sam is a
Afghan dog and Little Sam is a
Panama parrot who says things
like "Help" and "Let me out" but

who hasn t been able to say

"Dorothy".
"Or the title of your next pic

ture?" I wondered out loud.

"That's the title of my next
nictitre," Dorothy laughed,
'Help, Let Me put.' ";r
wnT.T.vwonr)TtP.s Aftir Tat.tt-

TNG ABOUT: Las Vegas' fascin

ation tor tne urosDy cian. jnow irs
one of Bing's twins, Phil, courting
a Vegas chorus doll. Her name,
if vou want to remember it. is

Sandra Drummond. .Marlon

Brando's wife, Anna Kashfi, and
MGM calling it a day on her con contract
tract contract 'For murine? Ttarrv Kola.

fonte for the role of famed song
j j ,.,

ana nance man ueri wiinams. .
Joan Fontaine's slick line about
Zsa Zsa Gabor:

"She's just like the girl in the
yacht next door."
Talk ot a TV series based on

"Sizeman and Son," the Play Playhouse
house Playhouse 90 show that starred Eddie

Cantor. .Will Rogers Jr.. warm-

ine ud for a proposed home

screen series, The Adventures of
Wiii Rogers," based on his fa father's
ther's father's cowboy experiences. .Sal
Mineo, 19, talking about his show
business success; "It came quick quickly
ly quickly end easily. Mv struggle will be
learning to apppreciate it."

Widow Murders

Son To Keep Him

From Leaving Her

NTTF.RNRF.Rfi Hermanv f TTPI

Police here have arrested a 60-
vpap nlH wirinw nn rhnrpes of

murdering her son to keep him

irom marrying ana leaving nsr
alpne.
Jnspfine TTicrhtinlri was tracked

down in nearby Fuerth less than
24 hours after her 28-year-old son
Rudi was found with his throat
cut in what apparently was meant
to have been a murder-and-sui-cide.
A letter written by Frau Fisch Fisch-hold,
hold, Fisch-hold, found beside her son's body,
it said "I am passing from this
life and taking Rudi with me. .
Please bury us in the same grave.
We want to be together."
Rudi was to have been married
today, and police say that his
mother whose husband died last
winter was afraid of being left
alone.

Committee Hears Ike
Appeal To Place New
Restrictions On TVA

WASHINGTON (UPI) The

House Public Works Committee
yesterday heard an appeal by
t Fisenhower for new fi

nancial and ographic restrictions

to be placeU on tne tennessee
Valley Authority.
Deputy Budget Director Robert
E. Merriam and Treasury Under

secretary Julian B. Baird voicea
the administration appeal, asking
for written restrictions in a Inn Innate
ate Innate passed bill which would per permit
mit permit TVA to finance new power
plant construction by selling
bonds. ...11
TVA now gets its funds from
congressional appropriations and
sales of its power, fertilizer and
other products.
The General Accounting Office,
watchdog over government spend spending,
ing, spending, told the committee the bill
was "basically objectionable" be because
cause because it would restrict congres-
nnfrnl nver TVA.

i..n.i;ii in Merriam and

Baird, the TVA should, be re required
quired required to obtain Treasury Depart Department
ment Department approval for proposed bond
issues. TVA would be exempt from
the law which requires govern government
ment government owned corporations to seek
such approval, if the bill passes
The GAO said the "true fin financial
ancial financial facts" of the government's
debt ceiling would be "obscured
by the bill since the TVA bonds
will not be counted as part of the
public debt.
Rep. Robert E. Jones Jr. (D (D-Ala)
Ala) (D-Ala) criticized Merriam's propo
sals, saying they would enlarge

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HAT'S FUR-Mink goes high
hat in this F.mpire draped toque
by Miss Alice, displayed at a
millinery show in New York.
Diadem royal pastel and ranch
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fashion, which is decoratedl
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the budget bureau's authority over

iva ana lnieriere witn me mana managerial
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The bill, which won Senate ap

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on the amount of bonds the TVA
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Mow, Sack Sweaters
NEW YORK UPI) Men who
indulge in girl-watching can stop
waiting for fall sweaters to undo
what's been done by the sack
The Cleanliness Bureau, a trade
association says this celebrated i i-teja,
teja, i-teja, of feminine apparel relaxes
its. time-honored fig irehold this
autumn, falling in a jong, loose line
from shoulder to hips sacking ev everything
erything everything in between.

The bureau said these new knits, of padded hangers to drip-dry.
long on fashion, make short sh-i.'t The woolens should be washed
of upkeep. The sunthetic fibers the usual way and then placer Hat
according to bureau expert?, on a dry towel. II vuj use a wea-
hould be sudsed in medium not ter frame, be sure it has gone rhe
Water, rinsed and hung on p'aMic misc.

Speak Frankly
CHAMPAIGN, 111. -(UPI) If
a youngster at your house has to
have medical care or go to a bos bos-nital,
nital, bos-nital, don't try to fool him. le'i
him what's going to happen and
why.
That's the advice of Pat Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, a child specialist at the Uni University
versity University of lllionois.
If the matter is wisely handled,
the chiltj will take it in stride. Miss
Kobinson said.

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BIG 33rd ANNIVERSARY SALE
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Central. Ave. and 21st Street Tels. 2-1830 2-1833

GOVERNOR AND MRS. POTTER BID
FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. SMITH
Gov. and Mrs. William E. Potter gave a cocktail party
and buffet Monday evening for Mr. and Mrs. George M.
Smith who returned to the States aboard the Cristobal to today.
day. today. Mr. Smith has been manager of the Panama Railroad
for the past year and will return to his position with the
Pennsylvania Railroad.

Ambassador and Mrs. Harrington
Enieriam at Dinner Tonight
The Ambassador ot the United
States to Panama and Mrs. Julian
Fiske Harrington will give a din dinner
ner dinner this evening at their residence
in La Crest a in honor Of the Min Minister
ister Minister oi Foreign Relations and
Mrs. Miguel Moreno Jr.

Arias

Muse of Key West, Florida, will
take place September 2 at the
Balboa Union Church.
Mrs. Edith Eppley and Mrs.
Russell Meissner assisted the hos hostess
tess hostess at the refreshment table at
which the bridal motif of silver
and white was earned out. Tall
white tapers in silver candelabra
Hanked silver bowls containing tl?
floral centerpiece or roses and
spiraea.

Ambassador and Mrs

Entertained at Dinner
Ambassador ol Panama to the

United States and Mrs. Ricardo1 Other guests included Mrs. Har Har-M.
M. Har-M. Arias have been the guests of rold J. Million, mother of the hon -honor
at several parties during oree, Mrs. Richard Abell, Miss
thei;- stay 111 Panama. A dinner Rebecca Abell, Mrs. William
was given for them by the Coman-: Black, Mrs. Harry Corn, Miss Ca Ca-tlante
tlante Ca-tlante of the National Guard. Col. j rolyn Corn, Mrs. Walter Dryja,
Bolivar Vallarino and Mrs. Valla-Mrs. W. R. Dunning, Miss Patti
rino. Dunning, Mrs. W. J. Hatchett,
On Sunday evening they were j Mrs. Anton Holgerson, Miss Nellie
entertained by a group of friends i Holgerson. Mrs. D. V. Howerth,
at a barbecue at the Panama Mrs Donald Hutchison. Mrs. How-

Li oil Club.

Col. and Mrs. Holsinger
Entertain Group at Ball
Col. and Mrs. George L. Hol Holsinger
singer Holsinger entertained a large parly
at the Debutantes Ball at the Union
Club. During the evening their
niece, Aiaria Isabel Fernandez Fernandez-Fuster,
Fuster, Fernandez-Fuster, received tbe lucky bou bouquet
quet bouquet naming her queen of the De Debutantes
butantes Debutantes Oi 1958. Guests at the
table were Col. and Mrs. W. J.
Preston, Lt. Col. and Mrs. W. P.
Knowles, Col. and Mrs. W. Wright
Jr., Capt. and Mrs. R. Legge, t.
Col. and Mrs. Albert Hume, Col.
and Mrs. A. Jones, Lt. Col. and
Mrs. R. H. Wells, Col. and Mrs.
R L Hill, Lt Col and Mrs. T.
M. Hicks, Col. and Mrs. J Moore,
Lt Col. and Mrs. Nickerson, Col.
and Mrs. L. F. Wilson, Lt. Col.
and Mrs. .G D. Batchedlor, Col.
and Mrs. D. A. King, Miss Jackie
King, Col. and Mrs. J. D. Coney,
Mr. Ellery Grosse, Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Lyons Jr., Mr. and Mfs.
Bill Andreve, Dr. and Mrs. Teo Teo-doro
doro Teo-doro Arias, Mr. and Mrs. Clay D.
Randolph.
Among the debutantes were Ann
Beauprie Preston and her escort
Don Randolph? Isabel Fernandez Fernandez-F.
F. Fernandez-F. and her escort Camilo Quel Quel-quejeu,
quejeu, Quel-quejeu, Jeanne Nickerson and her
escort Richard Moore, Ann Bat Bat-cheldor
cheldor Bat-cheldor and her escort Allen
Jones. j
Announce Birth of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Melvln
eyer of Cocoli. announce the
birth of their first child, a daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, on July 28 at Gorgas Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. The maternal grandmother is
Mrs. G. J. Connard of Diablo

Heights and the paternal
parents are Mr. and Mrs
W. Meyer of Margarita.

ard Johnson,
er, Mrs. E.

Mrs. R. J. Kielhol Kielhol-F.
F. Kielhol-F. Kleasner Mrs.

Florence Mallett, Mrs. E. H. Ne Neville,
ville, Neville, Jr., Mrs. Fred Newhard,
Miss Carol Newhard, Mrs. J. H.
Pennington, Miss Penny Penning Pennington,
ton, Pennington, Mrs. Bronson Powell, Mrs.
Sam Roe, Mrs. W. J. Rose, Miss
Mary Rose, Mrs. John Robert
Smith, Mrs. Roy Stockham. Miss
Janet Stockham, Mrsj W. E. Trout,
Mrs. Robert Turner, Mrs. Mary
Turner, Mrs. E. B. Verner, Mrs.
George Walden, Mrs. Frank Wild Wilder,
er, Wilder, Mrs. Blanche Wright and Miss
Diana Hoenke.

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written far NEA Service

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The lashion industry is huriy huriy-in
in huriy-in to capitalize on Alaskan slate slate-hood.
hood. slate-hood. Designer William J. has used
the hide of the Alaskan goat for

an opera cape. White Stag, in ho

nor of the 49th state, has come out

with an igloo shift for winter,
sportswear. The shirt is of rcver
sible pile and poplin, features' a
bateau neckline, stand up cowl en
liar and turn back cuffs. The shir,
which is washable, comes in beige
blue, rose and caiamel colors.

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Miscellaneous Shower
For Miss Million
Miss Shirley Million, bride elect,
was honored at a miscellaneous
shower Tuesday evening given by
Mrs. Truman H. Hoenke at her
residence in I-os Rios. Miss Mil Million's
lion's Million's marriage to Mr. Robert L.

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WITH 4-3 3 3 distribution and no
honor in hearts Norm should nave
responded one no-trump instead
of raising his partner to two
hearts. South also strained just
the least, little bit when he leap leaped
ed leaped to four hearts, but if West had
not been right up on his toes
South would have maifo th hunt

' 'West made his normal opening
lead of the three 'of riiamnnrU

South won wi ii ns singleton ace

and saw that his only chance in
make the hanu would be to get
in dummy to discard clubs on
dummy's diamonds.
This would necessitate finding
West with the ace of spades and
following out his thoughts Soul i

iea a low spade toward dummy.
This produced considerable
thought from Woct Tho enA

a ... ., vni. iic bjjqih
play looked innocent enough but
it also seemed just the least bit
unusual. Why had South led a
diamond or a trump? Maybe the
diamond ice had been singleton
and South was trying to sneak in into,
to, into, dummy for some discarding.
In that case West saw that he
had one chance to beat the hunri.
He hopped up with the ace of
spades and led the nine of clubs.
East won his ace and returned
the suit whereupon West cofler; cofler;-ed
ed cofler;-ed his king and jack of clubs.
Ease's, ace of trumps was still a a-round
round a-round to set declarer two tricks.
It West had ducked the spade,
South would h?ve been able to

discard three clubs on dummy's
diamonds and romp home with
the marbles.

Q The bidding has been:
Weal North East Sooth
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Pas":, 2 V ?
You, South, hold:
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What do you do?
A Bid three dab. Your part partner
ner partner should have no trouble mak making
ing making this contract Remember, he
did not have to bid two club.
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding has been:
last South West North
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Pass ?
You, South, hold:
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What do you do?
Answer Tomorrow

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TWO TALENTED YOUNG musicians, Don Wyrtzen and Steve
Clapp, are touring Central and South America during the sum summer
mer summer of 1958, appealing at gospel yputh. rallies, campaigns,
churches, camps and schools.
In the Canal Zone and Panama area they will appear to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night at 7 in the mid-week service of the First Baptist
Church of Balboa Heights. On Thursday they will appear at
Taboga Island Youth Camp.
Wyrtzen, IS, has studied music since he was seven. He is
especially gifted on the piano and organ, and is well known in
piano recitals. Don is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wyrtzen
of Maplewood, N.J. His father is the director of the Word of
Life Fellowship In New York City. Don is the pianist and or organist
ganist organist on the Word of Life Hour heard over 300 stations on the
Mutual network.
Clapp, 18-year-old violinist, is on a scholarship study at
Oberltn Conservatory of Music in Ohio. He; has often appeared
as guest soloist on the Word of Life Hour. Steve conies from
Ramsey, N.J. During his four years in high school he played in
the New Jersey All-State High School orchestra and he was the
assistant concert master for two years. The Rev. William H.
Beeby, who with his family recently returned from the states
after two months of vacation, speaking, and attendance at the
Southern Baptist Convention, will lead the tomorrow night's
service. v- -r

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Dorothy Kilgallen b en vses vses-tion.
tion. vses-tion. Pinch-hitting for her today
ii Gaston Lauryssen, distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished general manager of New
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GASTON LAURYSSEN WRITES
Some people collect stamps and
coins, others first editions or
French Impressionists, and still
others collect diamonds or hus husbands
bands husbands (the Gabors manage to do
both at once) but hotelmen col collect
lect collect eccentrics. They are our salt-and-peppe.r,
and without them, a
hotelman's life would be spinach.
I, who have spent 30 years man managing
aging managing swank hostelries in New
York, Florida and California, have
a vintage collection of eccentrics
and I'll argue their fine points with
any other connoisseur in the field.

In these days of mass every

thing, who doesn t savor the un
usual and different? Thousands of
people go to the opening of the
MetroDolitan Ooera every year

and applaud as they should, and
no one cares but the prima don

na: but Richard Knight once stood

on his head there, and Betty Hen

derson showed her legs and every everybody
body everybody remembers them.
Actually, there's a great art in

being really different. It requires
a degree of ere'ativeness, and like
any other art, it demands concen
tration and discipline.

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An ecctfitric can never relax In Into
to Into normalcy. I imagine there was
many a sleety day in dirty ole "Jew
York when Isadora Duncan's
brother, Raymond, wished he
could exchange his sandals for a
pair of rubbers. I remember him
coming into the old Ritz on .46th
st. one rainy afternoon, the sk'-f
of his long white aba drenched: to
the"knees. and th expression' on
his face was not transported with
the glories of Hindu philosonhy.
Then therf was my friend, Miki
Romanoff. In his early days as :
celebrity, before he became Ihe
most successful titillator of taste
buds in Southern California, he was
'a regular'' of the Ritz Bar, sit
ting at his corner table with a )ot j
gold cigaret holder in one hand, a
walking stick in the other. One 'lay
Mike Was literally down to his last
dollar, but he got dressed up in

white tie lhoe were the more
formal days when full dress w.is
not vet a rarity polished of his
top ha!, and dropped, into the Rilr.
He had just one Martini 'cost
45 cents) and lingered over il n't n't-til
til n't-til pcr'v time. Then he signed for
the drink and handed the waiter
the dollar tip.
Latter, on the West Coast, Mike
confessed tlv diH not see art art-other
other art-other piece of folding money for ?
week. If he hadn't been a 'prince.'
he could have stoked up on a bush bushel
el bushel of spaeheiti nd hs.H a frill stom stomach,
ach, stomach, but he preferred the chic Martini.

Some eccentrics strike unusual
attitudes to .attract attention.. Mm
lene Dietrich hid her famous legs
irt trousers for a whole season In
the Thirties. O. O. Mc,Intyre would
always insist that his unique skunk
lined great coat be hung inside out
and on the front hook of the New

York Ritz s co 'l-ciicck stall, so

leakv. and unwieldlv Chin iu-n

when he would have been far mora
comfortable in any standard crui-
sette.
However, l4-karat eccentrics in indulge
dulge indulge in being different because
their particular differences give
them a personal satisfaction. Mrs
Cornelius Vanderbilt would come
to the Japanese Garden in the old
Ritz with het head swathed Mil
bandeau, not because she was in
the throes of an extreme attack of
migraine, nor oecause ii was h
trademark and she wanted to m
recognized, but because she sin sincerely
cerely sincerely believed that bandeaux
were "her" style.
The International Set's late Mafr
chesa Casati always had her tigei
with her, and her walks in Paris
occasioned near-riots which cert certainly
ainly certainly must have be(Sfl uncomfort uncomfortable.
able. uncomfortable. for the Mar" "se but she ge genuinely
nuinely genuinely adored her "cat" and
couldn't bear to turn him over U
somewhat less loving care whsn
she followed the Set and the sea
sons around Europe. So the Cal
traveled with her, and after all hi
did have to have som air.
Lady Mendl wore those whlti
gloves always and, everywhere fil
was rumored even in her bath
not becuse she had a "dirt" com

plex, like Norma Shearer who i
constantly washin? her hands, but
because they looked older than
Methuselah. Incidentally,, E1U dt
Wolf was on of my favorite
guests at the St. Regis during the
war. She would ask permission to
redecorate her suite, we wou'd
gladly grant it, and when hr
friends saw it they would imme immediately
diately immediately want to move in. So La Lady
dy Lady Mendl would move to anothel
one, fix that up, and move jut.
This went on for months. We go!
a superb decorating job on suite
after suite, merely for the cost f
the refurbishing and she had
ball.
One of the frv'v distinguished
women of our half-century arriv arrived
ed arrived in state and it was really
state when I was at Bel-Air. Dr.
Edith Sitwell and her brother. Sir
Osbert, she in her extraordinary
Merovingin headr reses looking
Mediaeval and marvelous. They
hd more visitors than anv of our
other guests including the Mahara
'is o' Jainur sn' -eh Behar. or
Zsa Zsa. A cavalcade of friends
and fans nuit. di"nified egg eggheads
heads eggheads came, sat at Dr. Edith's
feet, and reverently list?ned to her
talk or recite for 24 hours on end.
Norman Rr' C4for SPd to
wait upstairs in his apartment at
Wie old Ritz until Umi Jftnanese
Garden was emptied of lunchers,
go down to Me-'-!) table, and
order one martini. When the drink
arrive'1, the pigeons, roosting high
under the glass roof, would swoon
down around him. He'd sit thera
alone until teatime feeding them
peanuts 8ked 'n M-r inis and
watching their tipsy antics. He
tried it once on t e dimklings with
fatal results, but pigeons are made
of sterner slu"f.
These were eccentrics cut to the
royal purple. have'1 as
they did out of a deep conviction
or out of sine re cap city for en en-iovment.
iovment. en-iovment. no matter how off cab.

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Miscellaneous Shower
For Mil Johnson

On Sevturdiy Mrs. Tnelms Car

ey was Hostess ai a miscellane

ous sbower at toe Breakers uuu

in Coco Sole, in honor oi miss
Louise Elisabeth Johnson. The

guest of honor j the bride-elect of
Lt. j.g. Keith Byron Hanlon of St.

Petersburg Florida ana toe daugn-

ter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd May May-nard
nard May-nard Johnson of Coco Solo.

white flowers in a crystal bowl

and white candles in silver cande

labrum were used on the refresh

ment table which was covered
with a pale green linen cloth. Miss

Lynda Geyer and Miss Sandra

Hughes poured st the silver cof

fee and tea service. Gifts were

arranged under a white parasol
with white ribbon streamers.

Guests were: Miss Janet Argue,

erun Se

MAJ. JACK E. COMPTON, adjutant general section, U.S. Army Caribbean, upon being promot promoted
ed promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel, receire big hug from ggS
Col C A. Beall, USAKCARIB adjutant general lok on. Compton arrived in the command in Jnly
ofii 6, an aume7the dutlea'of chief of .milEary onnel
stayed untiL taking over as chief of the military personnel branch in February Ijg

Egypt's Little-Known Mrs. Nasser
Finds It Hard To Live In A Palace

By PAT HERMAN
LONDON-(UPI) Tahia Nassers

fare ia almost, as unfamiliar in

her own land, and abroad, as her
husband's is familiar.
The wife of President Abdel Ga Ga-mal
mal Ga-mal Nasser and first, lady of the
United Arab Eepublic is virtually
unknown to the world beyond (he

Nile, and not, much better known
at home. Her recent visit with

Nasser to Yugoslavia was her first
jorrney outside Egypt.
She has remained so comnlete-
" behind the scenes that one .righ
Eevntian official said not long ago

ho was surprised to learn of her

existence.

An interview I had with Mrs.
Nasser two years ago Was the first
she ever gave to a Western corres correspondent
pondent correspondent On that occasion plump, dark dark-haired
haired dark-haired Tahla Nasser' sipped a soft
drink and surveyed the magniii magniii-cent
cent magniii-cent gilt throne room of the pal palace
ace palace that-ipnee belonged to deposed

iving r aruuk.
"I do not feel at home here." she
said in slow, staccato English.
Shn''oW1osly didn't1 She ex
plained that their home i the Ab Ab-basia
basia Ab-basia MiWflr Dijtlicks. s, where
they have lived since Nasser as assumed
sumed assumed power, Was being re-decorated.
In the meantime the Nas Nassers
sers Nassers were living in the presiden presidential
tial presidential palace.
"I would like to show you the
house," said the Ashy, soft spoken
woman.
-Nasser vetoed the suggestion.
He insisted that ,in th? Moslem tra

dition his wife should remain in
the harkpronnd.

"Tahia likes it that way," said
an old-time friend who has known

the Nassers since Nasser's aunt
and Tahia's mother introduced
them in 1944.
"She prefers cooking and sew sewing
ing sewing to public life. She is devoted
tp the children Hoda, Mona, Kha
lid Abdel-Hamid, and Abdel-Ha-kim."
.

. 'iahia wanted her husband to
take her with him to Yugoslavia
on his previous state visit here in
1955 but it was decided otherwise.
"She simply accepted his word
said another close friend. "In the

days before Nasser became presi

dent they would occasionally go
to the mov:. tew he does not
have time for that. She accepts
this too. To Tahia, his work is
gospel."

Mrs. Nasser dresses simply. Ker

on v makeiro at the time was tip

stick and her only jewelry a simp

poia weaniTiti nn one wore me

cium heeled white pumps with ."n

America styled cotton dress. E
very time she referred to "my hus

band" the deep-set dark eyes lit

UP.

lifte Ttaith in the man who iffiw
rules the United Arab Republic,
goes back to the early days of their
marriage.
"He tells her very little and what
she knows about him he keeps, to

herself," said one of Nasser's clo closest
sest closest associates.
He recalled the morning in we we-revolutionary
revolutionary we-revolutionary days when Tahia,

Perk Chop Stuffing

Put pockets in your pork chops

and fill them with prune stuning
To make the dressing, chop cook

ed prunes and combine with cube

of fresh bread, finely chopped eel

ery and nuts. Sake ia a covered

pan in a moderate oven for 45

minutes. If you have any leftover
stuffing, shape into balls and bake

in about 15 minutes.

Mrs. Margaret Argue, Mrs. Sal Sally
ly Sally Arnold, Miss Steffi Beck, Mrs.
Florence Breue. Mrs. Cleo Burns,

Miss Edith Eckhof, Mrs. Helen
Gerskh, Mrs. Vergie Gerspach,
Miss Lynda Geyer, Miss Sheila
Gilbert Mrs. Alicia Haas Miss

Carolyn Hauser, Miss Dorothy
Hauser, Miss Sandra Hughes, Mrs.

Louise Johnson. Mrs. Joyce Mai

colm. Miss Sue Pincus, Miss Ro

salie Radel, Mrs. Lois Sayoc, Mrs.
Clara Swiceeood, Miss Janet

Swicegood, Miss Judy Tipton, and
Miss Claire White.

Quote Unquote

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa: Eugene
Murphy whose wife gave birth to
their third set of twins in 27
months, describing the cumulative
effect on his nerves:
"Occasionally I want to sk
down and shoot somebody."

MEETINGS

Each netlee far inclusion is tale
column should be submitted la
Ne-written form and nullae" oo

the box numbor lilted daily in "So "Social
cial "Social and Otherwise," et delivered
by hand fo the offiea. Notices of
MetfnffS cannot bo -accepted by
telephone.
Paraiio Civic Council
All councilmen. of the Paralso
Civic Council are requested to at attend
tend attend a special meeting on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. in the
music room of the Paraiso High
School.

Bank Robber Added
To 10 Host Wanted
Fugitives By FBI
WASHINGTON (UPD-The FBI
made room today for convicted
bank robber Frederick Grant
Dunn on its "10 most wanted fugi
tives" list.
The 53-year-old criminal who
has been in and out of jail most
of his adult life, replaces Henry
Randolph Mitchell on the list.

Last week the Federal Court for

the Northern District of Florida
ordered charges against Mitchell
dropped for lack of witnesses who
could make prosecution successful.
Mitchell had been wanted since
January, 1948, for robbing a Wil Wil-liston,
liston, Wil-liston, Fla., bank.
The FBI said Dunn, who travels
under several aliases, considers
himself a "latter day" John Dil Dil-linger
linger Dil-linger or "Baby Face" Nelson.
G-men described Dunn as a
skillful safe-cracker who carries

BISMARCK, N.D.: Police Mag Magistrate
istrate Magistrate I. M. Oseth imposing a
stiff fine of $30 and lecturing him himself
self himself for driving through a red
light:

"I felt I couldn t let myseli get

off any easier than the people who

come before me.

CHUCKLE HEAD
CHUCKLE AHEAD INSIDE

CONCERTED EFFORT

K RAN KEN Germany (UPI)

The local fire brigade, resorting
to desperate remedies tor desper

ately needed funds, circularized
the villagers: "If not enough mon money
ey money for the new hose can be col collected
lected collected we may find ourselves
forced to stage a concert." They

got their money.

HIS AIM FAILING

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)-A

former Texas "Ranger and trick-

shot artist with a rodeo surprised

a burglar in his record shop

NEW YORK: An authoritative

source predicting that Manager
Walter Alston's days as manager
are numbered unless the baseball
Dodgers start winning in the next

ten days:

"That recent vote o' confidence

the Dodgers gave Alston was tan

tamount to handing him his hat."

MOSCOW: American Coach
George Eastment protesting the
lumping together of total scores in
men's and women's events in the

current Soviet-U S A. track com
petition, as violating an agree

ment in writing from the Russians

not to do so:

"Without that letter we wouldn't

have left the United States."

nitroglycerin around to do the

job. He also is usually armed and
considered "extremely danger

ous," the FBI added.

Tex) Holley, who chased Pijws

Villa four decades ago, fired threV
shots. All missed.
DIDN'T DO RIGHT

NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Pcffles

cnargea louis icara, a. wiin car

rying a concealed weapon. He ad admitted
mitted admitted he had been looking "for
heroin peddler to rob." "I'm foirig'
to keep on holding up dope ped
lers, 'cause they ain't doin' right,"
police quoted the accused.

TOUGH NUT TO CRACK
FORT SMITH, Ark. (UPI)
Squirrels are usually crazy about
nuts but Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Nutt
of Fort Smith, don't quite agree
Sauirrels are tearing up the

here yesterday. H. A. (Cheyenne Nutts' roof.

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CAD iiDC lMJIJ UiriCDCrM wife of Co1, N'ckerso1'1 who has been assigned as the Ordnance Officer,
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WEDNESDAY, JTJIT St, 1951
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OUR TIVOLI AVE. BRANCH STORE ONLY
Will be closed all day, Tomorrow Thursday
in preparation of our Storewide
11th Anniversary SALE
Starting Friday, August 1st at 9:00 A.M.

TUCMTV TUDCC nCBUTAUTCC La8t 8aturday niBht at the Union Club 23 debutantes were presented at
TWtNTY-THRcE PEdUIANICj the annual Debutantes Ball sponsored by the Damas Guadalupana.
DDCCCUTCn AT IIUIMJ fllltt Sn0wn nr r0,Tl ,eft io ri8nt are Marina Majoli, daughter of the Italian
rRfcbtNlcU AT UNION. CLUB Ambassador to Panama, Vida Ponce, Jeanne Nickerson, Sarita Bermu Bermu-dez,
dez, Bermu-dez, Vilma Ramirez, Maria Isobel Fernandez-Fuster and Priscilla Van der Dijs (U.S. Army Photo).

OPENING WALTZ
DANCED BY QUEEN
Maria Isobel Fernandez-Fuster,
niece of Col. and Mrs.
George L. Holsinger, received
the lucky bouquet naming
her Queen of the Debutantes
of 1958. Here she dances the
opening waltz with Mr. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Boyd, Union Club
president.

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AIUVIT UIRLJ mAIVC incill are (left to right) Mary Ann i Batcheldor, daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs.
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Mrs. Walter Preston, Jr. of Ft. Amador. This is the first time Army girls have .been Invited to make their debut
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Ted Williams Drives In 7 Runs

Thumper Blasts Grandslam,
Three-Run Homers To Pace
Boston To 11-lnning Victory

By MILTON KICHMAN
NEW YORK, July 30 (UPI) Hallelujah, Ted
Williams has stopped spittin' and started hittin'!

The colorful, 39-year-old Boston
ilugger really put on a batting
ihow last night and when it was
dl over, he had driven in seven
runs, tiea one oi esoe nuui uct

jrds and powered the Ked box 10 ine Indians in the fifth. Joe Gins Gins-m
m Gins-m 11.R irtnrv over the Tieers in berg homered for the Orinlps

11 innings.
w,in.m tlH Pnth'i record
when he smashed the 17th grand-
slam homer of his career in the
third inning and then won the ball
game when he hit his 17th homer
3i the year with two on in the
nth.
T.ig brilliant performance tlck
ed Thummn Ted for a numDer
)i reasons.
Parimarily, Williams was happy
about belting his grand-slammer
off Jim Bunning, who pitched a
no hitter against the Red Sox on
July 20 and naileo it down by
retiring Ted for the last out.
And secondly, his blow earned
Williams tremendous cheers from
he fans in Detroit, where he has
1 1 whys been a prime favorite.
cheers were in marked con-i

rast to the boos he received miy flriggs oi tne (uus his first de de-Cansas
Cansas de-Cansas City last week. He show- feat of the year following four
kc fans his "aDDreciation" of straight victories. Bob Frieild re

heir Bronx cheers by spitting in

heir direction and subsequently ue pucnea oniy on- urst live in
vas fined $250 by the American' rungs before R. G. Smith and Roy
,eafrue. Face finished. Ernie Banks hit his
" Williams' second homer of the 28th homer to tie him for the maj maj-a
a maj-a me last night came off loser.or league lead with Frank Thom Thom-!ill
!ill Thom-!ill Fischer following singles by as of the Pirates,
'ed Lepcio and Pete Runnels. Ev- The Los Angeles Dodgers drop drop-n
n drop-n though Williams' grand slamlped the Milwaukee Braves into
lomer tied the Bambino's record, I second place by beating them, 4

t still left him six behind L,ou
Jehrig's major letgue record
Rillv Martin and Charley Max
well each hit two-run homers for
)etroit in the first inning off I s-
on starter Frank Sullivan.
Kansas City put an end to Whit
y Ford's string of shutouts and
hen raked reliever Art Ditma
or five run In the eighth inning
o beat the Yanl s, 7-3.
Ford was shoot.. .g for his fourth
traifjht shoutout but the A's gotl
o him for single runs in the sec
nd and fourth innings to go a
,,.,,1 O A Aft-AT 1Un VanVi HaH IVio
:cou, fa-u. jvi uv, i uiv untti, w.vu
core in the top of the eighth, Dit
.
irith the bases.full to force in the
ie-breaking run.
Hector Lopez then cleared the
bases with a three-run double.
Reliever Murry Dickson regist registered
ered registered his seventh victory. Hal
Smith homered for the A's.
Sherm Lollar's two-run homer
rith two out in the ninth inning
lave the White Sox a 2-1 decision
ver the Senators. Russ Kemmer-
r blanked the White Sox on three!
ats until the ninth when Nellie
'"ox beat out a hit and Lollar con-(
lected for his 15th homer. The,
irinner was Boh Shaw, who tooki
iver for Chicago starter Dick Do-,
tovan in the ninth.
Rookie Gary Bell of Cleveland
cattered eight hits to beat Balti Balti-nore,
nore, Balti-nore, 9-4, for his fifth victory. Bil-
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Iky Colavito's two-run single high
lighted another three-run rally bv
Bell's route going performance
was the 10th hv a ('levplnnH hnr
ler in the last 13 games.
In the National League, the San
Francisco Giants moved into the
lead by a full game with a 4 3 vie
tory over Cincinnati. It was one;
oi mose patented Giant linishes,
Kay Jablonski homering with one
on ana two out in tnr ninth. That
marked the 18th game the Giants
have won in the ninth inning so
far this season.
JabJonski's homer came off Wil Wil-lard
lard Wil-lard Schmidt after Willie Mays
had singled and it gave reliever
Marv Grissom his seventh win of
the year.
Dick Stuart's three run triple
in the fifth inning paced Pitts
burgh to a 6-4 triumph over
Chicago and handed rookie John-
gistered his 13th victory although;
"iinu me cumDineo. pucning
ot Don Drysdale and Johnnv
Klippstein. Drysdale, credited with
his fifth victory, went 8 1-3 innings
before he got into trouble in the
ninth when Wes Covington led off
11 his 18th homer. After Frank
Torre singled, Klippstein throttled
tne rally by retiring the side.
Los Angeles scored two runt
ff loser Joey Jay in the sixth
and added two more off Lew
Burdette in the seventh with the
aid of two singles and Gino Ci-
i mod's triple.
Wally Post's pinch double in the
a, i i
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St. Louis
also won a suspended came from
June 29, 4-3.
Victim of Post's blow was re reliever
liever reliever Phil Paine, who suffered
his first loss following nine
straight victories over a period of
iwo years. Jim Brosnan s fine re relief
lief relief pitchng saved the suspended
game for St. Louis.
DiBiase Credits
Shadow-Boxing For
Victory Over Archer
NEW YORK, (UPI) Welter
weight Tony DiBiase today credit
ed "shadow-boxing on the road"i
for the improved left hook and
greater stamina that enabled him
to turn the tables on blood-smeared
Jimmy Archer in their return
TV 10-rounder at St. Nicholas A A-rena
rena A-rena DiBiase, weighing 151 pounds to!
Um for his fellow New Yorker,
won the unanimous 10 rounder
Mondav night with a boomine:
ileft hook and a strong finish.
I Archer bled so profusely from
.. t ti... ,.r L : '-Li
eye and on his left brow and
from the nose that he will be
suspended automatically for 30
days to let his wounds heal.
DiBiase, 22, won on a rounds
basis over 23 year-old Archer:
6 4, 5 4 1, 5-4-1.
CHS Defeats
Guaracheros
6-2 at Softball
The blue and gold of the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Hi'h School Alumni handed
Los Guaracheros de Colon a 6 2
upset in the annual soft ha II gamf
held recently on the Hainbow Jity
field.
mnniKn a special couney u
Jefferson Joseph the field was;
made available for the game.
The CHS ground was not avail-
able as the school is on vacation
now. The game was organized by I
ti u .. :i 1 c
Manuel Castillo III. who also
'coached the victorious onians.
The Colon lads were coached by
Kenneth Nightengale. After the
game a gay beer parly was held.

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LEADING
HITTERS
(Based en 225 efficiel at bitt)

NATIONAL
LEAGUE
G AB R HPct.
90 323 46 114 .353
95 375 70 129 .344
93 369 58 123 .333
90 337 65 110 .326
80 322 38 105 .326
9-f 381 58 122 .320
98 394 66 125 .317
93 373 69 116 .311
98 394 75 122 .310
72 235 22 70 .298
Musial, St. L.
Mays, S. F.
Ashbuni, Phila.
Skinner, Pitt.
Dark, Chi.
Cepeda, San F.
Walls, Chi.
Aaron, Mil.
Banks, Chi.
Crowe, Cinci.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
G AB R H Pet.
89 342 60 113 .330
87 325 64 107 .329
91 363 64 119 .328
63 241 28 79 .328
99 395 55 128 .324
86 338 47 109 .322
95 341 57 106 .311
93 338 48 1Q5 .311
Runnels, Bos.
Cerv, K. C.
Power, Cleve.
Goodman, Chi
Fox, Chi.
Kuenn, Det.
Jensen, Bos.
Kaline, Det.
Williams. Bos.
Siebern, N. Y.
89 288 60 89 .309
78 261 46 89 .307
HOME RUNS
4
28
28
22
21
20
Natenal League
Thomas, Pirates
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Walls, Cubs
Mathews, Braves
American League
Jensen, Red Sox
Mantle, Yankeea
Cerv, Athletics
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, Indians
29
28
28
26
21
RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Anderson, Phillies
Cepeda, Giants
Boyer, Cards
82
79
65
61
60
American League
Jensen, Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Lollar, White Sox
91
76
68
63
62
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on 10 decisions)
W L
8 2
Pet.
.800
.700
.667
667
.667
McCormick, Giants
Grissom, Giants
Semproch, Phillies
7
12
12
8
Purkey, Redlegs
- o
ivouiax, uodgers
American League
Delock, Red Sox io
Turley, Yankees 15
Hyde, Senators 8
Kucks, Yankees T
.909
.765
.727
.700
Waif Alston's Days
As Pilot Numbered
NEW YORK (UPI)-Walter Al
ston s days as manager of the
last place Los Angeles Dodgers
are numbered unless the club does
a complete change and starts win winning
ning winning during the next 10 days.
United Press International learned
Monday on excellent authority.
Charley Dressen, now a Dodger
uodcn, appears owner Walter
O'Malley's choice as Alston's suc
cessor, although Leo Durocher and
Bobby Rragan also ai under con consideration.
sideration. consideration. Dressen won two pen pennants
nants pennants during the three vears he
managed the Dodgers in Brooklyn
Dut was let go alter the 1953 sea
son wncn n demanded a two-year
contract.
,,
. u ln.e uoagers ao not show con
sulerahle improvement during the
next 10: days, a new manager is
almost certain to be named
around the time the club returns
to Los Angeles, Aug. 8, according
to sources.
"That recent vote of confidence
the Dodgers gave Alston was tan tantamount
tamount tantamount tc handing him his hnt,"
the sources asserted. "O'Malle'y
already has decided to make a
change and he's debating among
tnree choices Dressen, Bragan
and Durocher."
All three are popular on (he
West Coast. Dressen and Duroch Durocher
er Durocher make their homes in Califor California.
nia. California. Dressen and Bragan bolh
managed successfully in the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Coast League during recent
years.
"Durocher might prove too hard
to get." the sources sid. "Bragan
is in the Dodgers' farm system at
Snokane and rnuld lw hrnuohi in
.. .
easily. But Dressen is right there
with the club and O'Malley still
thinks highly of him despite tne r
past differences, so he looks like
(he logical man."
If and when Aklrni rliBvH
as manager, he will be offered a
job in the Dodger organization He
managed in the Brooklyn farm
system" for eight years before be
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SMITH FIRED The Philadelphia Phillies fired Mayo Smith
(left) as manager and rehired Eddie Sawyer (right). Sawyer
piloted the Phillies from 1948 to 1952, leading them to a
pennant in 1950.

Bell Says Bud Wilkinson
Tried To Buy Into Pros

ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. UPI)-
Commissioner (Bert Bell of the Na National
tional National Football League said yester yesterday
day yesterday that Oklahoma coach Bud
Wilkinson, Who blasted the pro
draft as unfair to players be
fore Congress, tried to buy into
the Chicago Cardinals.
"What I can't understand is
how this man who pretends he is
such an outstanding person can
say that we are ruthless and still
want to buy in," Hell said.
Wilkinson, Michigan State's
Duffy Daugherty and Bowden Wy Wy-att
att Wy-att of Tennessee told the Senate
anti-monopoly subcommittee Mon Monday
day Monday hte NFL draft was unfair to
players and they opposed special
legislation for professional sports.
Bell said Wilkifson sounded out
Cards' owner Walter Wolfner
about "buying in" several months
ago when Wolfner called him for
his opinion of Hank Ivy, who
later was hired as coach.
"As I understand it," "Bell said,
"Wilkinson said 'well, what about
me?' When Wolfner asked him
what his terms were, Wilkinson
said he wanted to wait until his
children graduated from high
school, and then ho wanted to buy

Atkinson Ahead Of Arcaro,
Longden In 'Hall Of Fame'
Result Of Mistaken Theory

By OSCAR FR ALE Y
New York (UPI) You can
add horse racing to mice and
ment today when it comes to
plans going astray.
What brings this to mind is the
recently concluded election whicli
this summer will send three
jockeys, trainers and horses gal galloping
loping galloping into the National Museum
of Racing at Saratoga Springs.
The ballot brought to light that
Ted Atkinson already is in while
a couple of gents named Eddie
Arcaro and Johnny Longden
aren't.
Not that "The Slasher" doesn't
belong. But, as you might say in
donning your undergarments, first
things first. Atkinson in such
classic halls ahead of Arcaro and
Longden is like putting your socks
on over your shoes.
Longden is merely the only
jockey in history to ride more
than 5,000 winners. Aside from
quantity, Arcaro is only the most most-est
est most-est in such items as money won,
stakes won, derbies won and
ability.
All A Mistake
The scattered powers who con control
trol control the Hall of Fame voting natur natur-alv
alv natur-alv are reluctant to account for
this horsey faux pas. It seems
that in a recent election the har harried
ried harried selection board needed on?
more nominee. Someone dropped
in Atkinson's name on the mis mistaken
taken mistaken theory that Arcaro and
Longden assuredly were already
ensconced in the shrine.
So what happened"? "The Slash Slasher"
er" Slasher" came rushing down on the
outside and wound up in the Hall
of Fame.
Arcaro and Longden look to he
shoo-ins this time around with the
third spot up for grabs amon
Fric Guerin, Bill Hartack, Conn
McCreary and Willie Shoemaker.
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25 per cent of the Cards and move
them to Houston (Tex.), where
he would coach."
In Norman, Okla., Wilkinson
1 uesday flatly denied a report
mat ne had tried to buy into the
Cardinals,
Wilkinson arrived at the univer university
sity university yesterday after testifying be before
fore before the Senate anti monopoly
subcommittee in Washington Mon
day, where he joined two other
coaches in criticizing the pro
draft system.
"I have never at any time
talked to Mr. Wolfer about
coaching the Cardinals," Wilkin
son said.
The subject of our discussion
was not about me. He asked me
about Pop Ivy's qualifications as
a coach, Wilkinson said.
Bell defended the draft system
as the "savior" of the pro league
and waved aside claims the NFL
was "ruthless."
The draft of college players,
according to Bell, has kept NFL
teams "equalized.' Under the
rules, no college player can be
touched by a pro club until four
years after his lugh school class
nas graduated.
Three trainers also are to be
voted in and the two leading
canniaates would seem to be
"Sunny Jim" Fitzsimmons and
"White Hat Ben" Jones.
Mr. Fitz, who observed his S4tii
birthday anniversary last Wednes-
aay Dy traipsing to the track in
usual pre dawn fashion, has
oeen saddling winners since Jim
Jeffries was the heavyweight
champion of the world. He won
me inpie Cruwn with Gallant
rox and Omaha and also has
trained such champions as Sa Sa-biscuit,
biscuit, Sa-biscuit, Bold Ruler, Nashua
Johnstown, Fighting Fox and Bu Bu-sanda.
sanda. Bu-sanda. Horses A Problem
Jones, one of the most success successful
ful successful trainers in history, set a re
cord by saddling six Kentucky
Derby winners: Lawrin, Whirl-
away, Pensive, Citation, P'jnder
and Hill Gail.
The third spot is a race among
Preston burch, Hirsch Jacobs
Willie Molter. Bert Mulhnllanrt
George Odom and Carey Winfrey.
It is a bit more difficult for de
voters when it comes to pickrhg
unee or me m nones placed on
tur mum. ror iney nave listed a
grean number of the greet one
and you can make a case for all
oi mem.
If you're a racing fan you'V
remember most of them: the
tragic Phar Lp, the hard lutk
Seabiscuit, (Bold Venture, Caval Cavalcade,
cade, Cavalcade, Equipoise, Gallant Fox,
Johnstown, Omaha, Twenty
Grand, War Admiral, Challedon,
Dark Secret, Discovery, Faireno,
Granville, Jamestown, Ladysman,
Pompoon, Questionnaire and Sun
Beau.
Even Qiem McCarthy would
have had trouble calling three
winners there but if they by bypass
pass bypass riders like Arcaro and Long Longden
den Longden and trainers such as Mr.
Fiti and "White Hat Ben" then
this whole business has to be
complete joke.
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The Panama VFW Teener All
Stars got four hits in the first in
ning yesterday ana went tin to
whitewash Union American League
Ail Mars lo-o in a complete aeven aeven-juuing
juuing aeven-juuing game, according to in
formation received by Canal Zone
nam radio operator Mrs. Virginia
Harvey.
Mrs. Harvey was unable to pick
up ham operator Larry Tighe of
Union, Pa., who transmits tiie re-
suits for her, hut the inlormation
was picked up by Norman Blackie
at Redondo Beach, Cal., and re
layed to Mrs. Harvey.
With Gary Ness on the mound,
Union was allowed only four hits
ana tney committed eight errors.
The Panama Teeners got a. total
of nine hits and made two mis1
cues. Ness struck out 13 batters,
while Aicher, who pitched for U U-nion,
nion, U-nion, struck out three.
Panama got four hits in the
first, one in the second, one in the
sixth and three in the seventh.
Mrs. Harvey was able to get
through to Tighe just before the
game ended and she talked to Mr.
Donahue, a VFW member at U U-nion,
nion, U-nion, who praised the behavior
ot tne Panama Teeners.
Donahue also said that Pete
Smoyak, a Los Angeles Dodders
scout attended the game and is in interested
terested interested in two Canal Zone play players.
ers. players. After the game the boys at
tended a swimming party.
The box score:
Panama 9 hits, TO runs, 2 errors.
Gary Ness Struck out 13.
Line up for Panama:
Player Ab
Gary Ness, p 4
G. Cotton, c 1
F. Amara'i, ss 3
Brian Lutz, lb i
Swarzrock, '2b 5
M. Klipper, 3b 2
E. Donahue, If 3
Rathgeber, cf" 5
Bateman, rf 2
Union 4 hits, 0 runs, 8 errors.
Aicher struck out 3.
Line up for Union:
Player Ab H
Aicher, p 3 ()
Silva, c 3 1
Steinberg, 3 1
Rosner, lb 3 0
Johnsan, 2b 2 1
Erhert, 3b 3 1
Haag, If 4 0
Hawke, cf 3 0
Ciccarrillo, rf 2 0
. j
SEC Commissioner
To Explain Why
QB Not Reinstated
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI) -Southeastern
Conference Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Bernie H. Moore and the
SEC's executive commitee were
ordered Monday to explain in a
circuit court hearing here Aug. 20
why Auburn quarterback Donald
Fuell should not. be reinstated as
an eligible player.
Presiding Judge J. Russell Mcel Mcel-Roy
Roy Mcel-Roy ordered Moore and the com committee
mittee committee to appear at the hearing
in response to a petition by Fuell
for a "fair and impartial hearing
of charges free from hearsay, in innuendo,
nuendo, innuendo, prejudice and rumor."
Fuell was banned from col collegiate
legiate collegiate athletics last May shortly
after Auburn was put on three
years' probation by the National
Collegiate Assn. for allegedly giv giving
ing giving the former Guntersville High
School 14-letter man illegal induce inducements
ments inducements to play football.
His suit marked the first time
in the United States a conference
eligibility ruling was challenged
by a college athlete in court.
Fuell denied all charges against
him. He said he was given no op opportunity
portunity opportunity to testify before the
SEC's executive committee in re regard
gard regard to the charges and at no
time was he, or anyone acting in
his behalf, told of the evidence
presented to substantiate the
charges.
Fuell contended in his suit that
'the SEC's ruling violated his right
io a iair and impartial neanng
on the charges and deprived hira
of the "benefits. ..of his contract
capriciously and arbitrarily."
After the hearing Aug. 20, the
court, will rule either that the or orders
ders orders of disqualification are valid
or they are improper and should
be set aside.
Sports Briefs
KNICKS SIGN PAIR
NEW YORK (UPI) Guy
Sparrow and Ron Sobie have
signed 1958-59 contracts with the
New York Knickerbockers of the
National Basketball Association.
Sparrow scored 801 points last
season while Sobie scored 630.
NFL SETS EXHIBITIONS

PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Theled notice on the league; that they

National Football League will play
a total of 36 pre season exhi exhibition
bition exhibition games which will raise
about 8500,000. The games will
be played in 26 cities and the
Diatrict of Columbia.
WIN DOUBLES TITLE
COLOGNE, Germany -(UPI)-Isa
belle Troccole of New York
and Carols Fernandez of Brazil
won the mixed doubles title at
Cologne's international tennis tour tournament
nament tournament Monday by beating Use
Buding and Peter School of Ger Germany,
many, Germany, 8-3, 6-2.

ed Sox Win

editor; CONRADO SARGEAN I

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. 6B
San Francisco
Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
Chicago
St. L.uis
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
Les Angeles
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52
47
42
41
SO
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49
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553
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9
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463
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46
43
44
Today's Games
Los Aqgeles at Milwaukee (N)
San Francisco at Cincinnati N)
.St. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N)
Yesterday' Rauiit
St. Louis 000 100 2104 12 1
Philadelphia 000 101 0103 11 5
Mizell (7-8), Paine, Martin, Muf
fett, Brosnan and Landrith
Sanford (6-1), Farrell, Hearn,
Simmons and Sawatski.
(Night Game)
St. Louis 002000000002 7 1
Phila. 000 000 101 01-3 9 0
Jones, Paine, (4-1) and Landrith.
arowen, arrell Miller
and Sswatski.
(10)
(Night Game)
Chicago 100 300 000-4 10 3
Pittsburgh 001 040 10x-6 9 0
Briggs 41). Rlstnn U..
c fr..ri iT uuu
u. lajriur, ieeman.
"'HaH (1311. Smith, Face and
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,.' (Night Game)
" 1,0V AnOnlae AAn Ann nnn a
Milwaukee 000 000 0022 7 o1
Drydale (5-10), Klippstein and
Roseboro.
Jy BurdettO McMahon
and Crandall.
BLABOA MEN'S
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Balboa Beer
Tivoli travel,
Dunlop-Hillman
Zenith Radio
Pepsi Cola-Martini
Scojt-Atwater
Cafe Duran-Blue Star

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30V4 21Vi
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21 31
21 31
20 32

reading averages Melanson
187, Damian 182, Kunkel 173.
All the first division teams gain gained
ed gained the same results, winning three
and losing one. As a result the
Kents still lead the pack by Vh
games.
Kent 3 Pepsi Cola Martini 1
The Kent Cigarillos dropped the
first point in the curtain raiser to
the Pepsi Cola-Martini Mixtures.
But after this initial setback, the
Kents got back in the groove and
won the next three points going
away. Featuring the evening was
Joe "Sully" Sullivan from Al Al-brook,
brook, Al-brook, who in the lead off spot,
clicked off a 555 set plus a 214
individual game.
Assisting Sully was the veteran
of the boards, Curly Bates in the
anchor spot, who put together a
517 total. As usual for the Pepsi Pepsi-Martini
Martini Pepsi-Martini kids it was Pepe Damian,
who splattered the lumber for
536m and he had a buddy when
Navy man King, kicked in with
auo series in the losing cause.
Balboa Beer 3
Durn Blue Ster 1
The Balboa Beer Barrels start
ed rolling early and swept the
first two games from the Blue
Star-Cafe Duran keglers. The Duran-Blue
Stars, prior to this ses session
sion session were hot and steaming for
two weeks,, setting the league high
marks in the series and indivi individual
dual individual game categories.
However, the Balboa Beers cool cooled
ed cooled them off except in the last aes aes-sion
sion aes-sion which the Duran-Blue star
gathered by six sticks. Both
squads featured their leadoff and
anchor men. Fifteenth Naval Dis District's
trict's District's luminary Ray Dube started
of for the Balboa Battlers with
507 and his partner, George Metz-
tfer also from Amador, blasted
m-s pieces of lumber from the
lanes
For the Duran-Blue Stars, Raul
tivaiaoo starred with 542. me nd
ing a single effort of 218. And th
raeianson, although far off from
his two successive "600" aeries
settled for 510. This three point
set back set the OrffA mri
creams hack in the cellar,
Tivoli Travel J
Zenith Radios 1
The Tivoli Travel Agents serv-
are on the right road, and they
are going to travel up the league
standings. They did not start out
so hot, when they dropped the
first round by 18 pins. But in the
"econd act, the worm turned arid
the Tivoli Travelers were not by
passing many pins, which they
splattered for a new league hi'
game of 932, in which Bruce Hass Hass-ler
ler Hass-ler back from his t6ur of the jun
gle put 215 on the line.
In the lioine sweet home session.
Louise Ceballos turned in a 212
game. In fact these two Travelers
olua Jack Voci all bought tickets

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AMERICAN LIAGUE
W I D.t urn
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Pftten 49
Baltimore 47
Chicago 41
Kansas City 45
Cleveland 4
Detroit 44
Washington 42
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Today's Garnet
Boston at Detroit
Washington at Chicago
New York at Kansas City (N
Baltimore at Cleveland (N;
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Yesterday's Results
(Nioht r.
San Francisco 000 020 0024
Cincinnati 010 000 110-3
S (7-3)
7 1
5 1
and
Lawrence, Schmidt (2-4) and Bai
(Nlaht Game)
Baltimore 003 000 0204 8 I
Cleveland 300 03Z 01x-9 14
bergaPP" (7'4)' Lettnn ind Gms
Bell (5-4) and Nixon.
Washington 001 000 000-1 5 1
Chicago 000 000 0022 5 ;
Kemmerer (5-8) ant Courtney
Donovan, Shaw (4-2) and Lollar.
M Ni9hf Game)
New York 000 000 021-3 9 1
Kansas City 010 100 05x 7 7 (
Ford, Ditmar (6-2) and Berra.
Houwy' Sn (7'4) ni thlti'
(Nlflht Game)
Boston 11, Detroit 8.
for the land of "500." Saree Hass.
ler 560, Ceballos 554 and Voss 531.
As nice as the AVF Plastic Pins
were to Tivoli, they, were that id
Zemtns, who just could
cause no one wt able to get the
500 wave length. Joe BSrgaon,
came the closest to the point on
the dial with 483.
Scott Arwarer 3
Dunlop-Hillman 1
Both teams had a rough night.
The five sDark n il. IT!
ftt'wter moto to three win-
r" r L umy ln middle
Hi JiJir" Prl0P Tires d
HillmanCari able to foul up the
SU'SVTh,1uthree Pnt Pickup
ffS thc nSc,utt Atwaters out
of the cellar. Only two piasters
?hCk10ff ?nouh wd to Join
he 50 society. Joe Bieber of
Scott Atwaters and of the Navy
just made it with 501 and Bob
Boyer pinch hitting tor vacationor
the S1 Sba' ttcr for
the Endland Products with 510.
f?fy Hiney despite a 211 gam
in the round which Dunlop-Hiflman
"AM-'
Paraiso WinsO
Soccer Contest
Over Rainbow City
In their quest for more laureli
for their school, the Paraiso High
soccer aggregation opened the soc soc-cer
cer soc-cer campaign Friday with a sen sensational
sational sensational 2-0 win over the busy
Rambow City eleven.
The winners, defending title hold
ers for the past four yeJrs, un-
"SV fltst half onslaught thai
netted their initial goal ten min.
utes after the start- of the gruell gruelling
ing gruelling struggle.
The score was the result of j
beautiful pass from Oscar Sim
hrough Robert Pate oh to insidi
left wing Gilberto Moreno, wh
shot successfully to the goal
The rugged champions went on
to sink another marker five min min-utes
utes min-utes before the call of th fir
2?; ick: !.00lther reduction -of
the brilliant Moreno, was tech tech-nica
nica tech-nica ly executed thnough the op opposition
position opposition s defense in a flash like
manner.
Twenty of the twenty-two man
squad saw action Friday. This em
ploy ment of the greater portion of
the team served as a means of
on the team. Among the. group
were newcomers John Hogan Oli
ver Linyingston, Daniel mcFarla mcFarla-ne
ne mcFarla-ne E. Gomez and Alfred Davis.
lhe quintet of new players to
the squad more than justified
their selection on the representa-
n e "m The """d tvels to
Rainbow City this; Friday for th
econd encounter of the campaign,
The atmosphere of success i
soccer at Paraiso stretches about
the junior circles where 'he small small-er
er small-er boys have been holding their
n u"i!n.u the other schools; To
date, the junior erutift is playmi
undefeated ball, having edged San Santa
ta Santa Cruz l-o and holding a nil nil
undecided tussle with Rainbow 'CI-t

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PAGE NINE
Basketball League Championship

WEDNESDAY, JTJLY S, 1958

National Clinches Panama

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Scheduled
For Tonight

STANDINGS

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iacinoai yb Manama 85

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EVERYTHING IN IT! Jim Bur.ning is shown at the finish of
h?deLy. The Detroit right-han dart no-htt no no-run
run no-run same against the Red Sox was only the third pitched at
Fenway Park in Boston in 47 years.

by
Dan Daniel

Splendid tidings from the
Grand Jury attd Disrict Attor Attorney
ney Attorney Frank Hogan. The chct"
who operates under the alias Of
Franlue Carbo, and who is re reputed
puted reputed to be the undercover over overlord
lord overlord of boxing, h been indict-
'VarU'wrTlS a sufficiently
smelly history even away irom
boxing is accused of undercov undercover
er undercover activities as a manaser.anU
a matchmaker. 5
U these charges jflkgggg
io rarbo to be found? Repon-s
nave r vacationing in Tlajua.
na not far from San Diego and
os Angles- is rtito UM
wherever he may be, rranue
wU i issue? no defending Inter Interviews
views Interviews He has' always been tough
S locatt and difficult to ques-
the lndtetments are sub sub-.t.antlated.
.t.antlated. sub-.t.antlated. Carbo may-llnd 11

ened into rectitude, and a fast
victory, by the appearance of a
coupie oi city detectives who had
been ihvltea to become involved.
Now are being explained re remarkable
markable remarkable form somersaults, like
tne one punch Knockout of a
heavyweight wno had beaten a
strong" favorite in a previous en encounter.
counter. encounter. Now we are told that a boxing
judge here could be bougnt for
a-mere"$9'o.
It's an odoriferous weave ol
criminal activity which makes
one wonder how boxing nas been
able to live through it all.

Playground Sports

The Pacific Interplayground
Basketball league coiiuiiueu On
Tuesday the 29th ol July, with

By VIuuk &RAY
With the straight season chain
piuuamp oiiLduj ueit-iuiiiieu uy
iiaciuiiui a XiCiOiy lUDiu.ny al,u
over i aiiania nd uit ciassitita ciassitita-uoa
uoa ciassitita-uoa Oi me ivcnt club assureu
toe Pama. deteat, attention is now
Uw.ip xucuacu uii WHO Will wiuvi up
UeUia ceuai t.idlUp.
j -ana ma cigarettes play Uieir
Uiui corneal lomgnt with third third-place
place third-place Mariooro ..- jianouio vtctu vtctu-.
. vtctu-. .. i.uuiu uiove lUein up a n:w
points ui the stanamgs, ami drop
uie -achrissoameu into sixtn
place.
ine night cap will bring togeth together
er together uie on-rushing Carta Vieja on-
iia aim mcaruo vaiuos a Bisec Bisection
tion Bisection Stovemen. The gringos who
0aine winning streak are de de-..i.iiicu
..i.iiicu de-..i.iiicu to ooiaui at least a tie
.or fifth place.
un.s apaia likely if Panama
loses to Marlboro and the McAr
thurmen cop meir iwo remaining
games against Perfection anu
ivlanuoro who iliey p oaluruay
lugnt. The result therefore will be
a triple lie ior iiltu piace between
the three clubs: Panama, Perfec Perfection
tion Perfection and Lana Vieja; thereby
serving as a measure of consola
tion ior the beleaguered onians
a naving played the best ball in
the loop ior the second half.
Nacional ttraight-a$on winners

Whatever
Happened to .

Elwin Preacher Roe, a nifty
left handed pitcher out of Ash
Flat. Ark., worked for the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates for four years and
at the end of his worst season
4-15 in 1M7 he got the greatest
break of his career. The Dodgers
bought him. Thereafter the cag
ey "Preach" became one of the
league's finest. He helped the
Dodgers win three pennants but
had his best years in seasons the
Brooks didn't win. He won 19 and
lost 11 in 1956 when the Phillies
won and was 22-4 in 1951 when
the Giants won. All told, Roe

RANGERS TO TRAIN
NEW YORK (UP1) General
Manager Muzz Patrick announced
Monday that the New York Ban Bangers
gers Bangers will start training for the
1958-59 National Hockey League i
season on Sept. 11 at Niagara
Falls, Ont. Coach Phil Watson
will have 42 players on hand
when workouts btgin.

rang up 127 victories and 84 de defeats
feats defeats in his 11-year career ending
at Brooklyn a.ter the 1954 ea ea-son.
son. ea-son. Whatever hapoened to Preacher
Roe? Now 43, he owns and
operates a supermarket at Weit
Plains, Mo.

OFFICIAL DOUBLE KNOCKOUT Darrigade is still on his bicycle, but is about to fall
after crashing into an official who had ventured too near the track. The official was knocked
into the air and Darrigade out of victory in the 1958 Tour De France. The French rider wag
in front approaching the finish line in Paris. The cyclist was banged up about the face.

Balboa Pool Family Night
To Feature Water Show

It's an
old friend

divers

Luzcando's giants led by Artu- two games.

Columbus Tops
Royals Twice

NEW YORK, July 30 (UPl) As part of the summer program.
The Columbus Jets, taking their now in progress at Balb,a Swim Swim-hopes
hopes Swim-hopes for a fourth place finish in mjng p00l, forty children will per
the International League on the form jn a water show on family
road with them, are off to a run- nignt Monday Aug. 4, at seven
ning atart against the northern m The youngsters participating

J?,' v in this event will be the represen 1 scholastic Diving chamDionshin tnr
Columbus bounced the league- oh th hnrir0,i h r,t .i,- ., A m?l?"sniP for

leading Montreal RovaU twice last TJ. u ,u'c "M lM ,ana

Bpi,Mni-4,uMM 4 "f", swimming classes conducted by
game edge over Miami for the1th Schools DivlSion, Department
TJ.LP?h.Jn Of P"'1 Education and Rec
Jets scored twice in the seventh Kalboa Pool.
KiMfiv!L,tnf".infn "it Exhibitions of swimming and div div-tZVjyhe:m
tZVjyhe:m div-tZVjyhe:m will be performed by these

Joe Gibbon and Laurin Pepper! highlyf skilld juenilef rang,in8 i lkies

r Iho urinn no n trhrc fnr i..iScs iiuin iuui ia, sato.i. ... ou-.uudiu

lnmHii ae thfl Pnvall' fircf nlaoidition

lead over idle Toronto was cut

itop notch swimmers and
will exhibit their skills.

Cuest stars will include mem members
bers members of the EI Panama's Skin Div
ing Club, as well as Bill Hatchet

wno neia tne Canal Zone Inter-

for
and

Canal Zone and Junior Dlvm.

picsj in 1955-1956.
Halcliei is a member of the
Aqua lops, the well known comeo
diving learn who will come pre pre-pared
pared pre-pared to delight those

show with their hilsrinn. :

the ten foot

ine

some of the Canal Zone's

to

iVamato in Mearieo, -two games being played at tne

lona enough to lose ma roup
the tocYeaiingly tender aesopha-

Diablo Gvm

In the Diablo 'D' vs Gamboa
'D' encounter, the laos from Dia
bio handed the Gamboa live a 19
to 12 deteat. Meanwnile, tne boys
from Balboa were once again dis dis-pi.ymK
pi.ymK dis-pi.ymK tiieir a mint, abmty, tni
time against the diminutive but

oal"s,r";rn,Iri and virile aame iJds from Ancon. Playing a

complete game this time, the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa D' ae eated tneir Ancon riv-

- n Knvlncr

8No matte what happens box box-in.
in. box-in. to sure to gain, it certafnly
5 Wall the break which
JrC. nnri .Turv and Carbo j.

hal.hment may" make available

j. n-v nnrn nroud and

ncror breath, bad

frvJA of an oxveen tent

iy uivu- insist' ale hu thp fiporp of 78 to 3

Tncre rc www v ii 1 J
that Carbo haA been merely the iauing ine scoring parade for
office boy for ahleven mOre sin- Balboa, was once again, Chuck
iVter If Dossible, character deep' Moses, who tallied for 35 points.

in the macninauons ui i cmy uo, ry,ui i

II nuaii uai r Or tne aiicou uuy, ucaiuaii fvu.

ed the only sasket trom tne neia
and Youccum hit for the only tree
throw. These two boys scored all
the points for Ancon.
In two of their last three ganus
the BalbOa boys have whitewasn whitewasn-ed
ed whitewasn-ed their opponents. Ancon being
tneir 'trs v,ctim, n a name
which was called at the end of
the third quarter, while the score
was 79 to 0. Gamboa became vic

tim number two. to tne tune oi

the itreet of New York of Car-

bo he will' accompusn Buiv.v.
unto the day and the year.
Mere Indictments to Come?
Deeper and deeper the pro processes
cesses processes of law and investigation
dis and more and more stun stunning
ning stunning are the revelations present presented
ed presented to the Grand Jury.

When asked toaay u

ro Agard and Ramon Reyes de

leated a game Panama quintet
Monday night by a 96 to 85 score
despite the fact thai Panama led
at half time, 43 to 39. Nacipnal r
total of 96 is tne iiignest made by
a single club, and the total of 181
is a record for total pointi scor scored
ed scored in a single game.
Agard, rangy Naciona) forward
collected a total of 36 point! to
ace the winners' attack. Diminu

tive Ricardo Checa (height 5' 2")

was again high-pointer for Pana Panama
ma Panama with 28 points.
Bnrmm defeat Kent
Chefo Echeverria'i Cerveia Bal Bal-boascored
boascored Bal-boascored a tough 84 to 78 victo victory
ry victory over Kent in the after piece.
The game began with the Kent
lads hitting the cords at a merry
pace, only to slow down and have
the Beermen overtake them.

However with aeven minutes of
play remaining, the Perdomo
coached Kent managed to tie up
the ball game at 76 all and raise
the hopes of their supporters. But
their joy was short-lived as Dario
de Leon who for the major part of
the night was held to a mere four
points, broke loose with four quick
baskets to put his team in a com commanding
manding commanding lead and salt away the
match.
Highpoint man for the winnm
was Edgardo White with 21 points,
while Bobby Christopher led (he
way for the way for the losers in
the scoring department.

Elsewhere yesterday, the cellar-

dwelling Buffalo Bisons enjoyed a
14-6 walloping over Miami; Dick
Ricketts went all the way and
yielded only four hits to lead Ro Rochester
chester Rochester to an 8-2 decision over
Havana; and the Richmond-Toronto
game was postponed by rain.
The linescores:

Havana 001 000 0012 4 1
Rochester 001 110 05X U 0

Cueche, R. Sanehet (7), Anas,

( ), Montejo (8), M. Sanchez
8) and Izquterdo, A. Alvarez (8);
Ricketts and Katt. LP Cueche.
HRS Smalley, Burgesi.

Player Of The Day

spring

Members of the group include
William Black, David Bejar Joe'
Reynolds, and Bill Hatchett. Ther,
will also be an illuminating dem-1

uii.-uiduon oi water safety and 1
saving by the life guards who art
members of the staff at Balboa
Pool.

following the pool show.

an

.vemng oi iun and frolic is being
planned for all ihn

Miami 000 000 6006 9 3
Buffalo 214 002 0514 16 2
Hacker, Mason (3), Green (7).
mcCall (8) and Bucha; Johnson,
Rodriguez (7) and Holton. WP WP-Johnson.
Johnson. WP-Johnson. LP Hacker. HRS East Eastern,
ern, Eastern, IBalcena.

bo Indictments represented the; 46 ,n 0

ultimate, Assistant u. nmcu.
Scottt said, "No, not b any
mean I beileVe. that there will
be additional developments of!
keen interest.
"The current Jury has four
more months of life, and who
knowe what may be dug up lnj
th"We have asked Jim Norris to
appear September 18."
Norris, a millionaire much
taken up with horse racing.
hockey and. boxing, repeatedly;
- a 1 UhlMABn rOl4

haseniea naviiiK "u. iv. to Hown

tion wun oaroo ie and hand Balboa a de eat. but
jury evidently to wry much first impre,on wasn., last.
tererted teWte-denWi. one Fr(m n

wornsimj i- SC ', 1 en Balbba had complete Homina-

( First Came, 7 Innings)
Columbus 020 000 2 4 7 1
Montreal 300 000 03 6 0
Gibbon, Arroyo and Rand; Har Harris,
ris, Harris, Collum 7) and Teed. WP WP-Gibbon.
Gibbon. WP-Gibbon. LP Harris.

ROCKY COLAVITO

Rocky Colavito, the Bronx born
Cleveland outfielder who used to
be a die hard Yankee rooter as
kid, carries on like he's trying to

nun am nnu I." 1 1

...... rtiiu-i ann nn nnrf

Colavito has enjoyed the best j daughter contests will be held
days of his career against the! There will be a night gown race
Yankees thi seis6n and his per-1 for men and fun races and game!
formance against them in a dou-'for the young at heart from six to
bleheader Sunday w.is typical. sixly years of age.
He blasted his 20th homer with Adults are invited to attend in
one on im the opener to help the swimming or beach apparel b
Indians win 7-2, then socked a join in the fun or to cheer on their
grand-slam homer to pace Vie friends. An open invitation is aiv aiv-Tribe
Tribe aiv-Tribe to a nightcap victory by the en to all those holding Canal
same score. ivjznp Privileges. Children must

coiavnu uiuve hi ii.. -- hold Poo Cards in order
runs and his handiwork snapped ten(, "ruer
the Yankees' seven game win-,
ning streak while providing the
Indians with their first victories!

over New York in Cleveland this
year following seven losses a
row.

'STAND FAST M
SCOTCH WHISKY M L
...note in th
tall triangular
bottl M IL 1

DISTRIBUTORS

to at-

MOTTA Y M0TTA, LTDA.
tmm colon

(Second Game)

t.;oiumDus oiu duu uio i i u
Montreal 010 100 0002 9 1 Richmond
Pepper and Onuska; Rabe, Faust ed, rain.

(4), Jancse (6), Collum (8) and
Gatta. LP Rabe. HRS Lennon,
Amoros.

at Toronto, poslpon

Now in their last game, Ancon
almost became their third vic victim,
tim, victim, but were able to pull out of
it by virtue of a foul shot in the
third period and a field goal vi

the final seconds of the game

Tiiesc v ry siiw '!)' Leaauers

from Balboa have accumulated

arsn'l tot 4C -"ints n six
games while their opponents
have only been able to sore 50
points.
In the 'C League game, it ap
peared as If the Anconites were

to business

Favorites Continue
To Advance In N. Y.

; Tennis Tournament

th. vac In favor or lruman

Gibeon. He. too, says he has no
dealings with Carbo.
Investigated Two and a

tion; after applying a full court
press "r two a half nmrt-

ers. At the final buzzer.

hid defeated the Ancrn 'C by
the score of 41 to 14. For Balboa,
Tom Perarttie hit for 16 points;
while Frank A seron scored 10 for
the losers.
Continuing the league dijay on
Friday. August 1st, the Ancon
D' will travel to Gamboa to meet
their 'D' Leaeuers. Balboa will
travel to Diablo to meet1 their 'D'
and 'E' Leaguers.

SOUTHAMPTON, N. Y. (UPI)
Favorites continued to live up
to their renitaons yesterday as
third round brackets were filled in

the Meadow Club Invitation tennis
tournament.
Only one of, the eight seeded
players was forced into. an extru
set ami he was the No. 1 nun,
Ham Richardson of New Orleans.
Ham dropoed the second stanza
to Dick Raskind, a hard-servinr

BMboa 1 ro" nnaw trom forest Hills, i

tnen rompea to victory at 6-t,
3-6, 6 1.

At Your Service
AUGUST 1st

I

Team Standings:

I eague:
i Balboa
Ancon

'D" I eague:

Half Tears.
The Indictments against Car-,
bo and other scoundrels are the

resuwe oi aa
and a half years ago, after he
had broken up the nefarious
eulld of managers, Julius Hel Hel-fand,
fand, Hel-fand, chairman of the NeW York
Statt Boxlrr Commission, sent
f, transcrK't of evidence, some
one thousand pages of it. to Ho Ho-linn
linn Ho-linn The District Attorney went to
v oral on these-, findings at one:
once. He was esnecJ"Hy intrst intrst-ed
ed intrst-ed in Carbo. and wan determln determln-h
h determln-h t Viit. him "it,h no mere

oiirahwl tinnoih. The ten counts Balboa

?re the rssult of Hogan's pain-; r;"w'
staklnK lnvestl-Jration. Diablo
Let us return, for a moment j Ancon
tn Hoffn's ir'e, Foottl. He sakl.i
"Cirbo's dual role as match- tague
r'iar nd mnnager should be Di?hlo
rVf snecl.il irjtTe't to H who are Balboa

frmllwr Wtn tie wormngs oi
pr"fe8lon(l boxing."
Now new light is being tfied
on flchts of the laet three years
which had odd looks, with
strange bettlni moves in the
fin"! prr-rln'r hot-re.
Now we !e"rn of a ftitr wlio

n-f'v to ta'- r- rl've In the I C"

Carbo Intsreit only to be fright- Francisco, SSept. 5-6.

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AMERICAS CUP
New Ynfk-'NFA) The pi"nni-i'

Lopl' mitrh bewcen tip Iini,i

Pl.ipr ("' e'""0 for '"o
morici! flnn will h" at 'bo

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S:in

Second seeded Sammy Giahv
malva of Houston, Texas, lost jujit;
three games while subduing Jon1
F.rickson of Kalamazoo, Mien.,!
6-1, 6 2. Victor by an identical
count was David Ha rum of Coral j
Gables, Fla. over Alastalr Martin,
of Glen Head, N. Y.
Enrique MoreS 34-year old cap
tain of the Argentine Davis Cup -j
per, dusted off Paul Crania nf
New York, 6 3, 6-2. His team
male, Ernesto Rios, came from
behind to eliminate Alan Roberta
of New York, top-ranking U. S
junior, 4 6, 6-4, 6 3.
Jon Douglas, former Stanford,
football star, breezed past Jim
Schmidt of Beaumont, Texas, 6 3,
6-1.
Yale's Don Dell, seeded ixt,
behind Doutlas. took the measure
of Harry Hoffman of Philadelphia
Pa, 6-4, 6-2. Jack Frost of Mont-,
erey, Calif., defeated Mexico'
Joe Ochoa, 6-2, fi 4.
Ron Holmberg of Brooklyn,
late arrival, had to play iwo
matches to catch 'up with the'
lio bot had no trouble. As a,
starter, he knocked off Bryan
T-'in o Bri "eh:nnn!on, N. Y.,
6 3, Then he whipped Don:il;l
Ralph of Bethesda, Md., 6 3, 6 4.

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(across from the Rio Theater, Rio Ahajo)
will accept orders for the following facili facilities:
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to he a great convenience for our clients.
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PAGE TEN
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPE
CLASSIFIEDS
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 8-0740
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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Automobiles

55 5 Ford Victoria hardtop, pink

and whita. radio, power steering;
2-1891. 2-1895 weekdays, 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nights and Sundays.
FOR SALI 1956 Chevrolet 4
' doors. Radio. Two tone. White White-lido
lido White-lido wall tires. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Telephone 3-7837. usto
Arosemena Ave. 32-21.

FOR SALI 1956 Chevrolet
V-8 Station Wagon 4 door, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. $1750.00.
Phone 87-2246.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chrvsler
Windsor Nassau. 2 door, hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, R b H., automatic transmis transmis-tion,
tion, transmis-tion, powir steering, nylon tires.
New brakes $2,300. duty. Tel.
87-3266 after 4:30 p.m. 87 87-3105
3105 87-3105 I FOR SALE Sports car fans
' 1931 model A Ford Roadmaster
good tires and good run running
ning running condition $150.00. Balboa
4134.
MUFFLERS
Chevrolet, Plymouth, Ford $9 -95.
All others $12.95. Free ins installation.
tallation. installation. Tivoli Motors at Tivoli
Crossing. Tel. 2-4222.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet Vi
ton Panel. Duty paid. Excellent
condition. Five new heavy duty
transport tires. Tel. Panama 3 3-4982
4982 3-4982 from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00
p.m.
A vivid biography of Thomas
Hart flenton, vrho served Missouri
in the Senate for 30 years and
who was much of that time, And Andrew
rew Andrew Jackson's loyal and steady
confidant, is among the books
placed in circulation this week by
the Canal .Zone Library.
"Magnificent Missmirian," is
written by Elbert B. Smith whd
jives a sympathetic account of
both the public and private life of
this brilliant man, and a well
rounded portrait and a fascinating
account of the man himself. It is
Informative, humorous and com completely
pletely completely readable throughout.
A complete list of the new books
and their authors announced by
the library this week follows:
NON-FICTION Presenting Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, Bolton; How to Stop Brink Brink-Cog,
Cog, Brink-Cog, Brean; Fashion Guide for All
Occasions, Esquire Magazine; So-triet-Anwriean
Relations, 1917-1920,
Kennan, G.F.; Nuclear Weapons
and Foreign Policy, Kissinger H.
A.; The Voyage of the Lucky Dra Dragon,
gon, Dragon, Lapp, R. E.; Fieldbook of
Mammals, Palmer, E.L.; The
Psychology of Occupations, Roe.
Anne; Parent Child Tensions,
Schwarz, (B.E.; Magnificent Mis Mis-sourian;
sourian; Mis-sourian; the Life of Thomas Hart
Benton, Smith, E.B.; Longer LLife
Soule, G.H.;
FICTION Free Soil, Allis:
Murder on my Street, Lanham;
So Brief a Spring, Manceron; A
Matter of Pride. Mathewson; Doc Doctor
tor Doctor in Love, Ostlere; Splendid in
Ashes, Pinckney; The Voyage
Home. Schnabel; Victoria and Al Albert,
bert, Albert, SStephens; Invitation to Vio
lence, White.
FOR SALE
AIRPLANE Navion Serial
4-1609, E-185-3 engine 205 HP
ISO hours since overhaul
maintained by CAA mechan mechanics.
ics. mechanics. Attractive price. Colon
Aviation. Phones 48 or 14.
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Apartments

FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 90 Street No. 16, San
Francisco. Tel. 3-2457.
FOR RENT Two Duplex apart apartments,
ments, apartments, one with furniture, Cam Cam-po
po Cam-po Alegre. Tels. 3-2341 or 3 3-3379.
3379. 3-3379. FOR RENT Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, furnished large living living-dlring
dlring living-dlring room, one large bedroom,
kitchen, bath, balconies. $95.00
on Tivoli Ave., across Ancon
School. Information Tivoli Ave.
21A24 Apt. 7 office hours.
FOR RENT High in El Can Can-grejo.
grejo. Can-grejo. Large one bed room a a-partment
partment a-partment elegantly furnished.
Csll 3-7453.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, maid"s room, ga garage,
rage, garage, screened. Calle 50 No. 25.
Bella Vista $115.00. Tel. 2 2-0481.
0481. 2-0481. FOR RENT: Best located small
furnished apartment. Clean and
independent, 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Large and small
furnished apartments in Bella1
Vista, Ave. Mexico 69, near
43rd St. Phone 3-0553.
FOR RENT: Nice two bedroon
apartment. Please call 3-2978.
FOR RENT: With furnished or
unfurnished one and two be-,
room apartment. In front to the
Commercial Center. Via Fernan Fernando
do Fernando de Cordoba No. 15 Tel. 2 2-2883
2883 2-2883 or 3-4734.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in El Cangrejo. two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, livingroom, diningroom,
kitchen, maid room with services
and garage. Street Alberto Na Navarro
varro Navarro No. 48 Tel. 2-2883.
FOR RENT: Modern newly built
2 bedroom apartment. Very cool.
$65.00. Tels. 3-451 1 or 3-1618.
Agriculture Dept.
Predicts Food Prices
Will Be Lower
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Agriculture Department today
forecast lower food prices during
the coming months.
Retail food prices for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the year are likely to
average below the record high pri prices
ces prices of the January-June period,
the department said in its publica publication
tion publication "The National Food Situa Situation."
tion." Situation." However, prices for the last
half of 1958 still will be "slightly
above" those in the last half of
1957.
"Supplies of some foods par particularly
ticularly particularly meats and fresh fruits
and vegetables will be some somewhat
what somewhat larger than in the first half
of 1958," the department said. It
added consumer demand for food
is expected to continue high this
summer and 'all.
Meat supplies now are on the
seasonal upswing, the department
said. Compared with a year earl earlier,
ier, earlier, consumers are expected to
have more pork and top grades of
beef per person but less veal and
lower grades of beef.
More chicken and about as
many eggs are in prospect but
less turkey. Per capila supplies of
dairy products this summer and
fall are exected to be about at
the year-earlier level.
Supplies of food from crops will
be as large this summer and fall
as last, the department said.
REBELS SURRENDER
TOKYO (UPI) More than 2.100
West Sumatran rebels, including
nine officers ranking above rap rap-tain,
tain, rap-tain, have surrendered to Indo Indonesian
nesian Indonesian government forces, the An-
f tara news agency reported yester-
riav.
ENJOY
YEAR ROUND
Peace of Mind
for
as little as
$ 4.00 Monthly
PARTS
b
REPAIR
Insurance
for vour
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LEAVE YOUK AD WITH ONE Of OUK AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13 37 "H" STREET, PANAMA LIBRFR1 A PREC1ADO 7 Street No. 13 e AGENC1AS
INTERNAL. Dt PUBLICACIONES No. 3 Lottery Plaza a) CASA ZAI.DO Central Ave. 45 a) I.OURDKS PHARMACY 182 La Carrasquilla tAR.MACIA LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No 2 "B" Street MORR!SON-4lh of July Ave. & J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoli No. 4 e FAKMAC1A ESTADOS CNIDOS 149 Central Ave.
FARMAC1A LUX 164 Central Avenue e HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Fco. de la Os-a Ave. No. 41 a) FOTO DOMY Justn Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. FAR FAR-MAC1A
MAC1A FAR-MAC1A VAN DER JIS 58 Street No. 53 e FAKMACIA EL BATL'RRO Par que Lefevre 7 Street FARMACIA "S AS" Via Porraa 111 a) MOVED ADES A THIS
Beside the Bella "Ista Theatre.

Resorts
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
on beach. Phone Thompson,
Balboa 1772.
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar. the best beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. The
new management is at your serv service
ice service PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Largo
Beach House. One mile past the
Casino Phone Balboa 1 866.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephona
Smith, Balboa 3681.
Houses
FOR RENT: Large house, 3
bedrooms, independent servants'
quarters, spacious grounds. Tel.
3-7307.
FOR RENT: Modern chalet, 2
bedrooms, maid's room, over overlooking
looking overlooking Panama Golf Club, La
Carrasquilla No. 533. $80.00.
Miguel Hive Phone 3-4844
3-1 130.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Commercial locale
in Justo Arosemena Ave. No.
37-11. Opposite Cristo Rey
Church. Tel. 2-2341.
Rooms
FOR RENT Campo Alegre.
Nicely furnished room. Meals if
desired. Private bath. Call 3-
1 789.
"GET STREAMLINED
Fxceri-isinf Machin
Turkish
the Mr-Levy way Body Massage,
bath. Trained operators tor ladies
snd gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Arosemena Ave. 13-41
Tel. 3-2717
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave every Tues. and Fri.
F1DANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
NEW!
INICA
SPEEDLITE 40
ONLY $24.00
BANTAMWEIGHT
ONLY 2.3 Lbs.
w ll assets
Panama Colon
CORK BOARD
FOR SALE
Hojalaieria Panama. S.A.
Calle 8.5 y Transistmlca
Tel. 3-6122 y 3-612.)

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE Complete set
1957 Collier's Encyclopedia with
bookcase. Call 2-2752 after 5.
FOR SALE: Treasure Hunters!!
Metal locator. Must Sacrifice.
Coco Solo 490.
INVITATION FOR PROPOSAL
FOR FURNISHING BOOKS IN
SPANISH
Panama Canal Company invites
proposals for furnishing 18 items
(approximately 1,945 copies) of
books in Spanish for use as school
textbooks. Sealed bids will be
received in the office of the Ge General
neral General Manager, Supply Division,
for opening in public at 10:30 a.
m., August 5, 1958. Invitation
No. P-59-16 may be obtained
fiom the above office, telephone
2-2777.
FOR SALE: Zinc, door and
windows, Colon Hotel, corner B
Street and 12 St. West.
PERU SEEKS LOAN
LIMA (UPI) Informed sources
said today Peru will seek a loan
from the U. S. Export Import
Bank to solve the problems
created by the fall in prices o'
Peruvian exports. President Man Manuel
uel Manuel Prado told Congress that
Peru hopes to neeotiMe a foreign
loan to bail it out of its current
economic difficulties, but he did
not indicate the amount or the
expected source of the foreign
aid.

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MRS. RAYMOND CLAPPER, a director of CARE and head of the organization's Washington
operations, is shown above during a call on Gov. W. E. Pottec at Balboa Heights Mrs. clap clapper
per clapper is on a study and goodwill visit for CARE In Central America. Saturday she visited Mi Mi-raflores
raflores Mi-raflores Locks and made a partial transit of the Canal. She is the widow of the well-known
political commentator and syndicated columnist for the Scripps Howard newspapers. He was
killed during World War II in an air collision in the Pacific. At the left is Ralph Under,
director of the local CARE office.

Rod And Reel Marlin,
Sailfish Tournament

Add to prize donors the Colonial bott says that some of the mem mem-Insurance
Insurance mem-Insurance Co., Insurance Service hers of the Club de Yates y Pes
Corp. and Abernathy sporting ca, not satisfied with their last
goods. Cuentas Comerciales is giv-1 fishing trip will try again for oill
ing two prizes of one share each fish.

of stock in the company.
The Seri had no hick with m?r
lin. They seemed to be steering
clear of Frank Violette and the
Miami fishermen. Frank was a
uii ciiagimeu uui says ue can ieu
everyone where the sailfish are.
And he ought to know because on,
the 10-day trip they raised over 50
sailfish. J. Frank Baxter broke a
Miami Rod and Reel Club record
with a 156 lb. sail caught on 20 lb
inc.
fine linnrirpri anH 25 entrants in
the tournament so far, and Vn
time is not even half up Swm!
Moody, tournament chairman oii
the Panama Rod and Reel Club'
sponsoring the tourney, says that i
far as hp knows Frank R;,y I
ter's sail is the largest for men
and Queenie Burchett's 111 lb. sail
is the largest for women. She
I I I X f 1
n." last weelenriam' says slii'l
ii.sn run larger ai mis nine l
yar, and sailfish much larger,
than these have been caught in1
Panama waters. Only marlin re.

ported to dale is the 536 lb. lilac i
caught by Lt. Col. H. W. Post Sam Moody says the compcti compcti-While
While compcti-While this is nothing to sneeze al.i lion is wide open. All who like to

there may be bigger fish waiting
out in the deep.
La Ray, with Charles (Baer
George Tarflinger, Wilfred Laval
lee and Howard E. Robinson a
board was due in late Tuesdav
La Reina" went out over tl
weekend with Bud Allen. Oueecie
Richard and H. P. Burchett, an.
tlvy expect to go out again soon, j
Cibby and Millon Wright will
fish aboard their Nautilus. Ed ai

Home Articles

FOR SALE Double bed with
Simmons spring and mattress,
maple wood, upholstered couch,
several stand lamps, 1949 Buick,
sedan, roadmaster. House 356,
Ancon Apt. 19. Phone 2-3740.
FOR SALE Baby Crib, used
6 weeks, Correct Posture mat mattress.
tress. mattress. $35.00. 2-3405.
FOR SALE: Mahogany furniture
including double bed, tables,
magazines stand, chest end other
pieces; also mirror, cupboard,
Peruvian leather table, coffee
tables, metal stand with tile table,
metal vase, table lamps, end
tables, teakwood picture frame
and other items. All items are
property of two decedent's es estates.
tates. estates. Furniture will be on dis display
play display at Transposes Baxter iRu iRu-desheim's)
desheim's) iRu-desheim's) warehouse, Calle J.
de la Ossa, nex to Goodyear, off
Fourth of July Avenue from 9
a.m. to noon, Saturday, August
2, 1958. Bids will be accepted
through August 9, 1958 in writ writing
ing writing at the place of exhibition or
by mail to the executor: W. J.
Sheridan, jr., P. O. Box No. 98,
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.
FOR SALE: Mahogany chest of
drawers $10, night table $5,
2 bamboo tables $15; 3 pair
curtains $10; and cornises. Call
Curundu 4135 house No.
21 13-C.
FOR SALE: 3 prs. match-stick
bamboo draw drapes, with 6 cor cornices,
nices, cornices, $50, mahogany buffet and
China closet combiner, $35, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany server $15, Axminster
rug 9x12, $20, Phone Balboa 2-
2584.
Louis Schmidt will go out for
two weeks with a party trom Mia Miami,
mi, Miami, including the president of the
Miami Kod and Reel Club. Ken
and Wanda Middleton, accompa
nied hv Marta Halnhen and Man
sa Gonzalez Revilla wilt fish over
1 the weekend aboard the Soltura.
Gen. and Mrs. Rideelv Gailher
accompanied by Col. and Mrs. T
M. Ashlon, Col. J. F. Escude and
( apt. J. R. Lawrence fished owr
'he weekend aboard tlie Q 95, and
caught a lot of sad. Mrs. Gaither
"a" a smpeu marnn ior neai iy
hour, and when on the point. of
landing it the fish regurgitated Us
stomach, threw out the hook and
died, and according to Lawrence
! Mrs. (.aiiner was a very aisap
pointed lady.
1
I
Chiriqui news has been sparse
" c .p......s ....... .......
Jim Costello of the Hotel Nacio
nal in David to tell us if any big
ones have been caught yet.
fish, get out and try your luck to
see if you can't take home some
of the beautiful prizes donated
by generous business firms.
1 BRIEFS b 7-29 3p
AIRLINER LANDS SAFELY
LONDON (UPI) A British tur-
i bo-nroo airliner carrying 57, pas-
sengers from New York landed
safely at London Airport today
on thrae of its four engines while
emergency equipment stood by.

Real Estate

FOR SALE Lots in Rio Abajo
near to Church, from $3.50 per
mt. Til. 2-1155. Office hours.
Dogs
AT STUD AKC Registered
Cocker Spaniel, Blonde. Call
Curundu 4127 from 5 p.m. on.
AKC Boy Cocker Spaniel blond
wants to meet AKC Girl Cocker
Spaniel. Object matrimony. Phone
Curundu 4127 after 5 p.m.
USO-JWB Exhibits
Miniature Oils
Until Saturday
A striking exhibit of miniature
oil paintings by Marco Ernesto of
Panama will come to a close Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at the USO JWB Aimed
Forces Service Center-Art Gallery.
Ernesto has a complete under understanding
standing understanding of life in Panama and the
interior and has sensitively and
correctly transplanted this feeiin1!
to his paintings, many of which
have been eagerly bought by art
enthusiasts. (Because of its strik striking
ing striking beauty, it is highly recom recommended
mended recommended for viewing.
The USO-JWB Art Gallery is o o-pen
pen o-pen daily from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m
MADRID CONSUL DIES
MADRID (UPI) James Rob
ert Riddle, 56, veteran U.S. For
eign Service officer and consul of
the American Embassy here, died
yesterday of a heart attack, he
embassy announced today. He
was a native of Birmingham, Ala.
Federal Government
Accountants Dinner
Tonight At Albrook
J. Russell Heritage, Senior Con Consultant
sultant Consultant with A. T. Kearney and
Company, Chicago, will address
the joint meeting of the Federal
Government Accountants Associa Association
tion Association and Institute of Internal Aud Auditors
itors Auditors tonight at 7:00 p.m. in the
main dinning hall, Albrook Air
Force Base Officers' Club. His
subject will be "The Tools of In Inventory
ventory Inventory Control."
The hospitalary hour, starting at
7:0 p.m., will be followed by a
Steamship Roast Beef dinner.
Batea Classes
.
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The latest Batea class cycle
continues on Thursday, July 81, at
the USO JWB Armed Forces Serv-
! Center. Brush-swinging time is
This week's session will be de
voted to tho design "Sun God;" or
as an alternative for the adventu
rous ones, "Crab Gods with Igua
na" and the "Barracuda Gods."
Since the new class is working
on a perpetually swinging door
system, interested prospective
participants may suit enier me
class any Thursday evening.
Servicemen and their depend dependents
ents dependents and the general public of the
Canal Zone and the Republic of
Panama are cordially invited to
dip the brush every Thursday
evening :l the USO-JWB.

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A'", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
FOR RENT To responsible
person, The Chicago Canteen,
situated on Central Avenue and
K Street. Apply in person, to
the Tivoli Agencies office.
Camera da Comercio building.
WANTED: 3 or 4 bedrooms
chalet. Call 3-1407.
WANTED We pay cash for
ised bed springs. Call 3-4911,
3-7348. Household Exchange.
WANTED TO BUY: Set of
golf clubs, for men. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1761.
LOST: White parrakeet. Name
Winkie. Call Curundu 83-7139
or house No. 2 100-A. Reward,
M. B. Justine Box Curundu 396
C Z.
Congress May Have
To Work Beyond
Aug. 8 Johnson
WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate
Democratic Leader Lyndon B.
Johnson (tex.) cautioned adjournment-minded
congressmen yester
day that they may have to Work
"considerably" beyond Aug. 9 to
clean up their legislative chores.
But House Republican Leader
Joseph W. Martin Jr. (Mass.) told
newsmen after President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's weekly conference with
GOP congressional leaders that
the House at least could complete
its work by Aug. 9.
He said that would leave it up
to. the Senate to decide when Con Con-cress
cress Con-cress would ouil for the vear. He
suggested that the senators vote
more and talk less
Martin and Sen. Leverett M.
Saltonstall (R-Mass.), the chair chairman
man chairman of the conference of all GOP
senators, conceded that Aug. 15
was a more realistic adjournment
target than Aug. 9.
Johnson warned the Senate
bluntly that "perhaps this session

will run considerably more than i group in. tfte nation.
press."
Aug .7-9 deadline reported in the A Cope newsletter quoted from
"This Congress is not going reports to a Senate elections sub sub-home
home sub-home until it does the job it needs committee which, it said, showed
to do," he said. I that the few families spent $212,
Johnson's statement obviously 1 464 more during the 1956 cam,
was designed to slow down anylpaign than the union members,
adjournment rush that could fore-1
stsll action on essential legislation. I Cope said that trade unions'
The Senate has yet to act on spent $947,271 in the '56 cam,

such important, time consuming
items as the defense and foreign
aid appropriations, social security
I reforms and, possibly, the Jenner
Butler bill to nullifv some recent!
Supreme Court decisions. I
ADJOURNMENT RUSH ON
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Senate, in a burst of pre-ad.iourn
ment activity, passed 114 non
controversial bills yesterday rang
ing from international bridge com compacts
pacts compacts to private immigration
measures. The total set a
one day high for the year.
new
Garden Stuff
ACROSS
1 Garden plant
7 Vine-grown
plant
13 Printing
mistakes
14 Herb plant
15 Poaitive
electrodes
1 lily
5 Summer (Fr.)
6 Grates
7 Frozen rain
(P.)
8 European
.night heron
9 and
downs
10 River Islets
11 Dirk
12 At this place
17 Body of water 19 Scottiah
18 Before sheepfold fj
(prefix) 31
20 Observe leranlums
21 Spaniih coins M Expunjtr
25 Flavor
23 Yield
28 Gets away
32 Feminine
appellation
33 Near
34 Lists of
prospective
candidate
39 Occurrence
3 Thorough fares
3 Greek
townships
40 Visionary
42 Baseball club
48 Expire
46 Tenth month
(ab.)
4fl Ran away
to marry
62 All
35 Unruffled
5 Pesters
57 Leather
worker
51 Scatters
DOWN
1 Sweet
2 Sea eagle
3 Malaysian
canoe
4 Cushion
24 Tray
25 Salts
26 Dill
27 Wharf

SERVICES
3 -minute car wash $1
cleaninr of motet $5. waxmo of
cars. $6. Aute-lafte. Tram-Isth
mian Hiqhwav near ears
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 ot Colon 1777.
TELEVISION SERVICE
No service charge
No minor charge
Boston-Miami Technicians
30 years in electronics
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2-3142.
HOME TV REPAIRS
$5.00 plus parts, ( local calls
only). No charge for calls if not
repaired in your dome. Phone 3 3-7607
7607 3-7607 U. S. Television. Inc. 9:00
a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Till 6:00 p.
m. Saturdays.
Wanted Employment
Bilingual secretary, graduated
United States, 7 years experience,
offers her services. Please write,
Box 856, Panama.
Lesson
An intensive VANISH COURSE
for English-speaking people will
be held UNJVERSITY OF PA PANAMA
NAMA PANAMA from August 4 to Sep September
tember September 26 on Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday. MORN MORNING
ING MORNING CLASSES: Beginners: 9;
Advanced: 10 (no intermediate).
EVENING CLASSES: Beginner:
5:30; Intermediate: 6:30; Ad Advanced:
vanced: Advanced: 7:30. Emphasis on con conversation.
versation. conversation. Registration open.
'More Money Spent
On Campaigns By 12
Families Than Labor1
; ized
BBa UUIUUIHM v"
i 1 ,i .w,.imn cave a iiihi
dozen families" fpent more during
the 1956 electio campaign than
did the 15 miffidrikunion members
of the AFL-CIO.
Cope struck back yesterday by
charges by the Senate Republican
policy committee that the commit committee
tee committee was the richest political action
paign wmie tne Keouoncans spenr
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said these two famines ana in
others contributed a total of $1,
153,735 in 1956 for an averag
afmily contribution of $96,144.42.
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In Rebel-Harried Lebanon .
Assassination Attempt
Wrecks Election Hopes
BEIRUT, Lebanon, July 30 ( UPI ) An attempt to assassinate Premier Sami es es-Solh
Solh es-Solh yesterday failed by a narrow margin, and destroyed hopes for an early presidential
lection!
An aroused cabinet voted to boycott the voting scheduled for tomorrow unless
Ma, Gn. Fuad Chehab, army chief -of staff and the No. 1 compromise presidential can candidate,
didate, candidate, mopped up rebel pockets in the capital beforehand.
Six persons died when an automobile laden with dynamite exploded moments be before
fore before the prime minister sped by it en route to a morning cabinet meeting. The cabinet
had been called to approve Chehab's candidacy. Solh escaped by a few feet.
The insurgents set off the dynamite in the abandoned old Dodge at the roadside by
mistake when another car passed it just ahead of Solh's Cadillac. The dead were five
occupants of the passing car and a Solh motorcycle escort.

The attempt to assassinate
the Sunni Moslem prime min minister,
ister, minister, who is 73. occurred five
miles outside Beirut on the
mountain road leading from
Coin's country residence.
The blast was set off from a
plunger in the woods nearby.
Rebels there then opened fire
on Solh's automobile.
His escort troops drove them
ff.
Seven hours later Solh an announced
nounced announced the cabinet had vot voted
ed voted unanimously to boycott

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and thus, in effect, to pre prevent
vent prevent the scheduled voting
unless the army routed the
Beirut rebels.
The Basta quarter of Beirut
is headquarters of rebej chief chieftain
tain chieftain Saeb Salam. In nearly 12
weeks of open warfare, the ar army
my army carefully has avoided tak taking
ing taking the offensive against the
insurgents.
But Solh said last night that

Chehab and his forces the Leb Lebanese
anese Lebanese army numbers about 9000
had until dawn tomorrow, elec election
tion election day, to "restore law and
order" in the city.
If not, he said, the govern government
ment government would boycott the elec election.
tion. election. It cannot force postponement
of the session of the Chamber
of Deputies. But the 12 depu deputies
ties deputies in the cabinet and their
supporters probably could pre prevent
vent prevent a 44-man quorum being
present in the 66-m ember
house.
Chehab, considered a candi candidate
date candidate from the first, was near
to winning full support from
both the government and the
rebel sides when the bombing
shattered the pre-election calm.
The explosion appeared to
hit Chehab harder than Solh,
who came through shaken but
unscratched in the first as assassination
sassination assassination attempt against
a major government figure
since the rebellion began on
May 10.
The general had been con condemned
demned condemned by pro-govern m t n t
forces for refusing to commit
the army against the rebels.
If he acepted the cabinet's
demand, there was no hope
that the rebels would accept
him for president.
There arose instead the
prospect of bloody battling in
the narrow streets where
heavily armed rebels were
dug in house-by-house.
Parliament Speaker Adel Os Os-seiran
seiran Os-seiran had just predicted that
the army chief of staff would
win the election "on the first
ballot" when the assassination
blast came.
By the time Solh got to the
cabinet meeting, the heaviest
exchange of daylight shots in
weeks broke out around govern government
ment government headquarters, the postof postof-fice,
fice, postof-fice, and the main square.
Streets in the area were de deserted
serted deserted immediately. Shop own owners
ers owners in the downtown area shut shuttered
tered shuttered their stores.
After the booby-trap blast, 12
pro-government deputies imme immediately
diately immediately signed a petition de

manding that Solh be elected
president even though he is

a jwosiem. Tradition previously
has required a Maronlte Chris Christian
tian Christian chief executive.
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The compromise wrought in
two weeks of quiet diplomacy
by Robert D. Murphy, the
U.S. State Department's spe special
cial special envoy, appeared in grave
danger if not falling apart
from the impact of at attempt
tempt attempt on the prime minister's
life.

Civilians To Lead
US In Space Race

WASHINGTON, July 30 (UPI) The United States is about to
embark today on a new civilian -directed program for the conquest
of outer space.
President Eisenhower signed into law yesterday a bill esta establishing
blishing establishing a new space agency to supervise the peaceful efforts.
His signature created a new National Aeronautics and Space
Administration (NASA). The President said in a 'special state statement
ment statement that the measure was a) "historic step" pledged to "peace "peaceful
ful "peaceful purposes for the Benefit of all mankind."
It was expected the President would ask Congress for about
300 million dollars to finance the new agency.

Dr. Hugh L. Dryden, head of
the National Advisory Commit Committee
tee Committee for Aeronautics, meanwhile1
estimated the NASA would be
a functioning unit within two
to three months.
The NASA will supercede
Oryden's 38-year-old National
Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.

There was speculation Dryden
might become the $22,500-a-year
administrator 'of the new
agency. The law charges the
administrator with planning,

The U.S. force of Marine and
Army airborne infantry troops
in Lebanon was confronted with

the prospect of uncontrolled directing and conducting aero-

ngnuing Deiwe-.n unenaD s ar--nautical and space activities,
my and the rebels. .. .,
I But it also gives the Depart-

Even worse was the outside j merit of Defense clear jurisdic-

possibility that Salam might
call for "volunteers" from the
United Arab Republic and the
Soviet Union if foreign troops
became involved.

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This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
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Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 82 85
Low 73 73
HUMIDITY:
Hih 100 94
Low 81 88
WIND:
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WATER TEMP:
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tion over "activities peculiar to
or primarily associated with the

development of weapons sys systems,
tems, systems, military operations or the
defense of the United States,"

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As Explorer IV
Speeds Around Earth
HUNTSVILLE, Ala., July 30 -(UPI)
Explorer IV, the newest
and largest of U.S. Earth satel satellites,
lites, satellites, is speeding, through ou'er
space at 16,250 miles per hour and
covering 390,000 miles every 24
hours, the Army revealed last
night.
Scientists at Redstone Arsenal,
the Army's missile center, said in instruments
struments instruments in the 38.43 pound bul
let, shaped satellite are working
"perfectly."
Explorer was launched Saturday
by the dependable Jupiter C roc
ket to collect Information afcnm
the unknown amounts of radiation
in outer space.
The Army is channelling data
from Explorer's two radio trans transmitters
mitters transmitters into two centers. A five five-man
man five-man tracking team here is evaluat evaluating
ing evaluating all position and velocity information.

including research necessary to
make effective provision for the
defense of the United States.
Eisenhower asked Congress
to establish the new agency
last fall after Russia stunned
the world by launching the
world's first two artificial
satellites.

Eisenhower said the space bill
"provided the authority need

ed for an effective national ef effort
fort effort in the fields of aeronautics
and space exploration."
The bill establishes a civil-ian-militray
liaison committee
to discuss space activities of the
Defense Department and the
ASA. The President will have
the ultimate authority to coor coordinate
dinate coordinate the work of the two a a-gencies.
gencies. a-gencies. The new council is a com compromise
promise compromise between the original

Senate and House space bills.

The House followed Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's request and approved a
large advisory board for the
ASA administrator. The Senate
bill would have created a sep separate
arate separate space advisory board to
coordinate military and civil civilian
ian civilian space programs.

Chinese Reds Down
Nationalist Planes
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI)-Com-munist
MIGs attacked four Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Nationalist Thunder jets pa pa-troiing
troiing pa-troiing the Formosa Strait yes yesterday
terday yesterday and shot down two of
them, the Nationalist Defense
Ministry announced.
One of the American built F84s
was shot down immediately by the
faster Communist jets, a spokes
man said. The other downed plane
was- damaged in the air battle and
was abandoned by the pilot on the
way back to Formosa.
The spokesman branded the at attack
tack attack a "provocative action by the
Communists" timed to coincide
with the Middle Eastern crisis. He
said "We were in no way over the
China mainland."

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RAMON D. SAGISTAN being officially appointed business manager of SCIFE Making the ap appointment
pointment appointment is Raymond H. Luke, Point IV SCIFE director. Also present are- Mario de Die Diego,
go, Diego, general manager of IFE; Ramon A. de la Guardia, director of the Industrial Development
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Ramon Segistan Is New SCIFE Business Mgr.

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is a continuation of the Point IV
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dustrial Industrial 'Development Center
when RamioB de la" Guardia was
appointed nit ita director.

Segistan s prior position was as.
assistant business manager of
SCIFE. His appointment has been
made by Raymond H. Luke,
SCIFE director, with the approval

of Mario de Diego, general manag
er of IFE, upon recommendation
of Aldridge Roby, the former
SCIFE business mrnager.

the Institute) Panamericano in Pa,
nama City, Segistan continued his
education in the United States. He
received his B. A. in business
kdministration in 1951 from Morn Morn-ingside
ingside Morn-ingside College Sioux City, Iowa,
and in 1953 he received the 3ttt

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tration from BK Paul University
of Chicago.

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that he has been associated WitI

the SCIFE for little more than 1

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