The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Lightning Strikes Crowded Ferry Presidente Amador;
Mast Breaks Off, Power Supply Fails, Nobody Hurt
A lightning bolt shattered the mast on a crowded ferryboat on the Panama Canal Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Nobody was hurt.
The Thatcher ferryboat Presidente Amador was pulling into the West side landing when
the lightning struck. It broke off the foreward mast and disrupted electrical power at the
eiTThe0power was restored within a short time by the Electrical Division. There was no
delay reported on the ferry service which resumed immediately.
This was the second time within a week that lightning has struck on the Canal.
Wednesday last week Boatswain James W. Joshua was killed by lightning aboard the Pan Pan-ami
ami Pan-ami Dredging Division tug Culebra in Gatnn Lake.

Madden Lake
Thefis Solved
By Description
A description given to the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Police of a man who was
seen stealing personal property
fron the Ski Club Shelter at Mad Madden
den Madden Lake was so accurate that a
policeman recognized the man a
month later and arrested him
The man Sixto Agapito AsprUW,
21, was charged with grand lar larceny
ceny larceny at Balboa Magistrates Court
today and the case was continued
to a later date.
Asprilla is accused of stealing
a camera, a gold chain and cross
and other property belonging to
Donna Des Voigne and a ring be belonging
longing belonging to Bruford Carter, Jr. To Together
gether Together the property is valued at
$102.50.
Canal Zone Police recovered all
the property exeept 75 cents which
was in a stolen wallet. The pro property
perty property had been distributed in Chi Chi-libre,
libre, Chi-libre, San Francisco de la Cale Cale-ta.
ta. Cale-ta. La Carrasquilla, Maranon. and
Panama City.
KILLING Forrest Teel, 54
executive vice-president at a
drug manifacturing company,
who was ishot to death in In Indianapolis,
dianapolis, Indianapolis, Ind.
Confessed Killer
Of Industrialist
Still Critical
INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) A pa-
lire official saw uiuj
Connie Nicholas will be arraigned
in about a week in the jealousy
laving of her wealther lover.
' Homicide Captain Michael Smi Smiley
ley Smiley said he expected the 42-year-old
divorcee to recover sufftcent sufftcent-lv
lv sufftcent-lv in seven days from the effects
of a huge dose of sleeping pills in
an apparent suicide attempt.
Indianapolis General Hosital
Spokesmen said Mrs. Nicholas
"wag critical, but improving. A
physician said her habitual use of
sleeping pills helped build up a
resistance to the drug and this
helped to save her life after she
gulped 75 tablets.
She emerged from a 60-hour
coma Saturday to admit she fired
the shots which killed Forrest
Teel, 54, early Thursday.
The attractivt divorcee told a
lurid story of their longtime love
affair which was recently threat threatened
ened threatened when Teel switched his af affections
fections affections to a younger woman in
his office.
Mrs. Nicholas said she had
been meeting secretly with the
handsome drug firm executive
for at least 10 years unknown to
Teel's wife.
She said she waited for Teel
outside the younger woman's
apartment early Thursday morn morning
ing morning and pleaded with him to re return
turn return to her. They had a violent
quarrel, she said, and Teel struck
her.
"It was the first time he had
ever struck e," she told report reporters
ers reporters from her hospital bed Satur-
She said she pulled a gun from
her handbag "to'scare him". Rut
she admitted shooting Teel and
seconds later her lover lay dying
with three bullets in his body.

Sister Watches Young Man Drown
Trying To Ride Horse Across Creek

A young Panamanian tried to
ride a frisky horse across the
mounth of a creek at Madden Lake
yesterday and died in the at attempt.
tempt. attempt. Doroteo Peret, 25 and his sis sister
ter sister Mrs. Rosa Cruz Malo went to
the Calzada Larga are of Mad Madden
den Madden Lake to look for some horses.
While his sister sat on the bank
fishing, Perez caught one of the
horses which was grazing.
He started off to ride it bare
back a cms the mouth of the
creek, despite the imploring of
his sister who screamed at him
to come back, because the horse
was frisky.
They crossed the flats at a fine
pace but when they reached the
narrow channel in the middle,
horse and man suddenly went un under.
der. under. Only the horse rose to the sur surface.
face. surface. Rosa rushed out over the flats
but was only in time to catch a
'Anfi-Bugging' Bill
Called for As Result
Of Goldtine Incident
WASHINGTON (UPI) -eo.
was draft
ing a federal "anti-bugging" bill
as a result of the bald-faied.
bumbling" attempt to eavesdrop
on an associate of Bernard Gold Gold-fine.
fine. Gold-fine. Keating said the nation was
"shocked" by the disclosure that
Baron I. Shaeklette, then chief
investigator for the House Influ Influence
ence Influence hunting Subcommittee, had
spied with electronic devices on
the hotel room of Jack Lotto,
Goldfine's press agent.
"The insidious practice of elec electronic
tronic electronic eavesdropping goes to the
ry marrow of our individual
freedoms," Keating said. "It rep represents
resents represents a blatant invasion of the
right of privacy."
He said the curbing of abuses
was primarily state problem,
but the Shaeklette incident demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated a need for state-type pro prohibitions
hibitions prohibitions in the District of Colum Columbia.
bia. Columbia. Federal legislation also should
regulate the use of "bugging" de devices
vices devices where interstate crimes and
transactions are involved, Keating
said.
"We should also bring the wire wiretapping
tapping wiretapping laws up to date to cover
electronic eavesdropping which
can effectively listen in on con
versations without actually tap
ping the wire, he said.
shaeklette' and Jack Anderson
an associate of columnist Drew
Pearson, were discovered with a
hidden microphone and tape re
corder next to Lotto s hotel room
during the height of the House
subcommittee's hearings on Gold Gold-fine's
fine's Gold-fine's relationship with White
House Aide Sherman Adams. The
subcommittee fired ShackMte,
holding that it did not authorize
Shacklette's activities.
Keating said that anti-bugging
legislation "must of course con
tain exceptions permitting elec
tronic eavesdropping by federal
law emorcement agents under
proper safeguards."
"While the use of such devices
by law enforcement agencies, un
der proper safeguards, is properly
essential," he said, "they have
been abused by many pivate in
dividuals for their own selfish
ends and to u n f a i r 1 y enhance
their power."

YOU NAME IT On Oct. 16, 1957, an Identified fMng object of
the flying saucer variety was photographed whan it hovered
tor 15 minutea near Holloman Air Development at Alamogordo,
N.M. Taken by a government employe, the photo waa released
July 30 by the AentaJ Phatvwiena newts rah Outran I t.lti after
careful study.

glimpse of her brother's hands

before he sunk out of sigh again.
She ran for help and about twe
hours later, the body of her broth
er was recovered by Alexander
Kamsay. a resident of Cakada
Larga.
Long-time Canaler
Jesse J. Jorgenson
Dies In Gorgas
Jesse J. Jorgensen, former em employe
ploye employe of the Electrical Division,
died in Gorgas Hospital at 12:55
a.m. today after a long illness.
He was 64 years old.
A native of Houston, Texas, Mr.
Jorgensen was employed by the
Canal organization in 1922 as a
telephone inspector in the ElectrU
cal Division. The exception of a
few months in 1923 when he was
employed by the former Receiving
and Forwarding Agency as a tel telephone
ephone telephone repairman, Mr. Jorgensen
remained with the Electrical Divi Division
sion Division until 1945.
He transferred to the telephone
section of the Panama Railroad
as a Telephone Section Installer
Maintainer in July 1945. He was
rred.fr.om active service' ia Oc October
tober October 1945.
Since his retirement, he has
been making his home in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone. He is survived by his
wife,- Mrs. Elizabeth Jorgensea,
who is employed by the Electri Electrical
cal Electrical Division.
Funeral arrangements will be
announced later.
Noted Philosopher
To Give Lectures
At RP University
Dr. Cornelius Kruse nnvfessnr nf
philosophy at Wesleyan Universi University,
ty, University, will visit Panama during this
week for a series of lectures on
contempoiary North American
philosophy
He has been invited as a guest
lecturer bv the TJniveritv nf Pa-
nama, under the U.S. State De
partment s Educational Exhange
program.
During the week he will lecture
at the University on the life and
works of C. S. Pierce, William
James, Josiah Royce, and Jorge
Santayana. The final lecture of the
series, "Contemporary North A-
merican Philosophy",, will be de
livered on Friday evening as one
of the regular "Viernes Uuiver-
sitarios."
Dr. Kruse holds degrees from
Eden Theological Seminary and
Yale University. Before assuming
his present position at Wesleyan
University in 1928, he had been
on the staff of the University of
Illinois and Yale University. Dr.
Kruse has made several cultural
missions to Latin America under
the auspices of the U.S. govern government,
ment, government, and was one of the organiz
ers and secretary-treasurer of the
First Irtter-American Congress of
Philosophy. He is currently presid president
ent president of the Inter-American Society
of Philosophy.
The public is invited to attend
the lectures, which will be given
in Spanish.

Students

Coco Coco
Solo Solo
Twins Twins
Doctors and nurses at Coco So Solo
lo Solo Hospital were seeing double
last week when two sets of twins
made their appearance on the
same day.
So far as is known, the two
sets of twins one pair of boys
and one boy and girl combination
were the first double set ever
to be born on the same day at Co Coco
co Coco Solo. They made their ap appearance
pearance appearance on July 27, according
to the weekly hospital report re released
leased released Monday.
The boy and girl twins were
born in the morning to Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Cox of Colon.
The boy twins were born at
night to Mr. and Mrs. Ernesto
Archibold, also of Colon.
The boy and girl have been
named Pedro and Paulina Cox
and the two boys have been nam named
ed named Jose and Jorge Archibold.
In addition to the twins seven
other babies were born at Coco
Solo during the week ending at
midnight Wednesday.
The names and addresses of
the parents follow: Mr. and Mr?.
Antonio Roberts, of Rainbow Ci City,
ty, City, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Or Or-mand
mand Or-mand Harrison, Colon, daughter
Sgt. and Mrs. Virgilio Rodriguez,:
of Coco Sol it o, daughter; St. and
Mrs. Claude fiaggett, of Fort Da Davis,
vis, Davis, son; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Green, of Gjfen, daughter Mr.
and Mrs. Caffta Andradeof Co Colon,
lon, Colon, daughter; 'usd Mr. and Mrs.
Ada. laL
Russia Tried, Failed
In Bid To Reach
Moon 3 Months Ago
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4 (UPI) (UPI)-Russia
Russia (UPI)-Russia tried but failed three
months ago to score the greatest
scientific and propaganda victory
in history by beating the United
States to the moon, Aviation Week
magazine reported today.
It also said the Air Force would
attempt to send this country's
first rocket 238,000 miles to the
moon between 6 a.m. and mon
on Aug. 17.
The Soviet Union unsuccessful unsuccessfully
ly unsuccessfully attempted to hit the moon with
a rocket on May 1, the magazine
said. The moon shot may have
been scheduled for that date as a
spectacular climax to Communist
May Day celebrations.
The authoritative trade publica publication
tion publication said it had no other informa information
tion information on the Russian failure. It
would not give the source of the
report but it presumably came
from intelligence sources.
Roy W. Johnson, head of the
Defense Department's advanced
research projects agency said last
week the first U. S. moon rocket
was designed tp circle the earth's
natural satellite, taking pictures
of the never-seen "dark side."
This would be in contrast to the
Russian lunar rocket whica the
magazine said was supposed to
actually strike the moon.
Johnson said reports that the
first U. S. moon rocket wou'.d be
launched this month migh' he
"optimistic." But he said a rocket
"certainly" would be firefl this
year.
However, Johnson cautioned that
the chances of success for Ameri America's
ca's America's first moon shot were no bet better
ter better than one in ten. He said this
was due to the split-second liming
involved, plus new equipment
which will be used for the first
time.
Red Dustup
English seaman George Too Too-hey,
hey, Too-hey, 20, really painted the town
red last night. Result: when his
ship the Rangitikl steamed out
of Balboa early this morning,
crewman Tcohey was slumber slumbering
ing slumbering uneasily on a Balboa side sidewalk.
walk. sidewalk. Later in the morning, still
rather the worse for wear, he
was 'ined $10 at Balboa Magis Magistrates
trates Magistrates Conn for being too 'trunk
to c?ie for his on safety or
that of others.
Toohey went across the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus by bus to rejoin the ship
in Cristobal

HOSPITALITY has been the keyword of the tour of two Amer American
ican American motorcyclists one of whom Elmer Golden is pictured above
looking pleased with Panama. His companion David Ridgewell
missed being in the picture because he was looking after a third
traveller who was sick in Puerto Armuelles.
Motorcycle Traveller Finds .

FollcJCentral America;
And Cocoli, Are Friendly

People in Latin America are
so friendly, says 32-year-oia
Elmer Golden of sharonville,
Ohio, a motorbike traveller who
reached Panama over the week weekend.
end. weekend. He was thinking this as he
rode up to Thatcher Ferry in
the pouring rain after a tedi tedious
ous tedious ride from concepcion.
He said to himselt: "In the
States you get Ki.'.ked off door doorsteps
steps doorsteps for sheltering from the
rain but here they invite you
in." The ferry boat Amador
heaved up to the ramp and he
rode aboard.
And the ferryboat Capt.
Bernard Linden proved his
Directors Guild
Orders Members No!
To Toil For Goldwyn
HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 4 (UPI)
The Screen Directors Guild,
angered at film magnate Sam Samuel
uel Samuel Goidwyn's sudden firing of
Rouben Mamouliah as director
of "Forgy and Bess," today or ordered
dered ordered its 1200 members to re refuse
fuse refuse to work for Goldwyn.
The Guild at a meeting yes yesterday
terday yesterday which both Mamoulian
and his successor, director Otto
Premlnger, attended, ruled that
it would not acknowledge the
right of any producer to dis dismiss
miss dismiss a director "for frivolous,
spiteful or dictatorial reasons."
A director can be fired only
if he fails to perform his pro professional
fessional professional skills properly or does
not carry out his professional
obligations, the Guild said.
It was pointed out after the
meeting that Preminger would
be in violation of the Guild's
ruling if he continued to act
as director of the musical ex extravaganza.
travaganza. extravaganza. His only comment was: "I
was signed a contract to direct
'Porgy and Bess."
Goldwyn had been invited to
attend the meeting but did not
appeal1. He refused to maKe
any comment on the Guilds
action other than that he had
fired Mamoulian because of
"basic differences."
The cast is scheduled to go
into rehearsal Aug. 27, with ac actual
tual actual filming to begin the mid middle
dle middle of September.
Fervent Wish
FRANKFURT, Germany, Aug.
4 (UPI) An advertisement in
the news paper Remscheider
General-Anzelger:
"Dear reader, please don't let
yourself be upset by the inter international
national international situation, if something
serious really does happen, the
General-Anzeiger will print a
special edition. Until then we
wish you all a nice Sunday."

Needle Rector

point. He eame down from
his bridge to talk to Golden
and promptly asked him to
stay at his house in Cocoli
for as long as he was in
Panama.
Said Golden today: "I have
been met with hospitality all
the wav down fiom the States
oit.cn from very poor people
whe have Utt.'c to offar but
give it wholehea r t e d 1 y and
without any thought of gain.
"But Linden's gesture cli climaxes
maxes climaxes the lot. He gave me
a key to his front door and
said I was to consider his
house my home while I am
in Panama."
Golden haa made the trip
during three months leave of
absence from his firm Electric
Auto-Lite Company in Sharon Sharonville.
ville. Sharonville. He started out June 1 on
his 650 cc Triumph motorcycle,
toured Ontario and Quebec and
then down the east coait to
Key West, F'a., where he took
a boat to Cuba.
He rode around the Hava Havana
na Havana area for a few days hut
says the onlv evidence he
saw of the iighting there
was a bus with a builet hole
in the hack.
On the ride down through
Central America, he met two
othei motorcycle adventurers,
30-year-old David Ridgewell,
high school teacher at Mercer
Island near Seattle, and 20-year-old
David Lomas from
England.
Lomas got sick with amoebic
dysentery and his tour came to
a temporary stop in a United
Fruit Company clinic in Puerto
Armuelles. Hidgewell stayed at
Puerto Armuelles until the
Englishman was settled into
the clinic, then followed Golden
to Panama and was also offer offered
ed offered the hospitality of Linden's
house.
Ridgewell made the trip on
a little Italian Lambretta scoot scooter,
er, scooter, "it bounced around like a
ruljher b.ill on some of the
shopping io.iJs we nccunter nccunter-ed,''
ed,'' nccunter-ed,'' i.e s-,ict, "wit it behaved
marvelous'ly."
He is uy.r.p to sell th: scoot scooter
er scooter in Pan ma U-fort making
his way hack to the Slates in
ti"ic for next tt:m.
Both travelers hope to work
their way back Mme on a bort
4 Die In Blast
Aboard French
Liner Lyautey
MARSEILLES, France, Aug. 4
(UPD Four jpersons were kill killed
ed killed and 11 injured in an explo explosion
sion explosion which rbeked the kitchens
of the French liner Lyautey last
night c!urlng;; a Mediterranean
crossing from Marseilles to Ca Casablanca.
sablanca. Casablanca. All the casualties were believ believed
ed believed to be members of the crew.

Sarcastic Reply
Made to Charges
Of Disrespect

l he executive committee of the Panama University
Students Union sarcastically suggested today that uni university
versity university rector Dr. Jaime de la Guardia.and the faculty
were going to take the initiative regarding local and in international
ternational international affairs.
The suggestion is contained in a communique issued
in answer to a charge by the rector that students showed
a lack of respect to the authority of their teachers.
The rector's charge was contained in a report to the
General University Council, on recent events in which the
university played a prominent part. The council is com comprised
prised comprised of faculty members and students.
Today's student communique said that in view of
his accusations they were sure De la Guardia and the
faculty would come out with "an authoritative pronounce pronouncement"
ment" pronouncement" on Lebanon, Hungary and Panama's sovereignty
over the Canal Zone, among other things.

During his report, de la Guar Guardia
dia Guardia :nadr specilic mention oi
fne students' invitation to Dr.
Milton Eisenhower to meet with
them at fh$ University. The
vec,Jfc regatcUu-i this action as
"undermining the autonomy
and the prestige of the Univer University."
sity." University." In a second statement to today,
day, today, the University Stndents
Lnion said the invitation was
extended to iht brother of
President Eisenhower in the
name of the student organ organization
ization organization and not in the name
of the University, and that
they considered the place
where they received their
education as their home.
They added further that the
rector, who lives in Arraijan
and does not have a telephone,
could not be located even by
U.S. Embassy officials, during
the weekend wnen Eisenhower
visited Panama, and conse consequently
quently consequently could not have been
consulted on the use of the uni university
versity university campus, even if they
had intended to.
Carlos Arellano LennOx,
chairman of the students' cen central
tral central executive committee, de
clared today that the rectors
criticism of the conduct of the
University student movement,
which criticism was endorsed
by the University Council, had
a demoralizing effect became
the present student leadership
is also under constant attack
from the Communist plements
in the University student body.
Arellano said that for a
moment the executive com committee
mittee committee felt like submitting
thier resignations just to see
how the rector and the fa faculty
culty faculty would like having stu student
dent student union member Ruben
Dario Sousa, a communist, at
the head of the student
movement.
However, they decided "to
continue with the difficult task
of leading the students "and
looked forward to the Univer University
sity University Council for leadership, Are Arellano
llano Arellano added.
Today's onmmunioup, refer referring
ring referring the rector and the faculty,
said "those with greater au authority"
thority" authority" had never before
"made themselves heard at.
deceive moments."
The communique was di directed
rected directed to he rector in whnt
jvas described as "with the
The cost, of swearing in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa is $26. Tills was learned
ioday by Oscar Samuel Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, 37, Panamanian, who, net net-Led
Led net-Led a $25 T.ne from Judge John
E. Lemhi? at Balboa Magis Magistrates
trates Magistrates Coutt fcr the use of v.l v.l-gar
gar v.l-gar .md profane language with within
in within the presence and hearing of
women and chdren.
Pedro Alberto Rivas, 39, Ecua Ecuadorian,
dorian, Ecuadorian, was charged with re returning
turning returning to the Canal Zone al alter
ter alter he had served a peniteaMiv peniteaMiv-ry
ry peniteaMiv-ry sentence and been deported.
He was committed to the U.S.
District Court for trial. Bail
was set at $500

The
Judge's Bench
1

mgs.

due respect he pervnnallv de deserves
serves deserves as a teacher and :') a
doctor" and "after serenely
meditating on the report sub submitted
mitted submitted tee?'
According, to the conimuninue
the student .o,c now,; lookEat
to their "spiritual leader-,' frr
guidance iinj 'Will -;uoperat
with them in lining the univer university
sity university from tt$ ttttte bf anarchy
which they IMP pointy out.
.jcilano trim admitted that
the stude.it leadership haa
probably c.dmitted manv er errors,
rors, errors, but the. were probably
due to youth. He said the stu students
dents students would 'oak favorablv upon,
:rivhte admonition from theif
teachers rather than open cri criticism.
ticism. criticism. $tOr942 Low Bid
For Gamboa, Balboa
Painting Contracts
An apparent low bid o.&0 o.&0-9i2
9i2 o.&0-9i2 was s.i Itted by P-'oi J
Contractors Inc on tie qbfiit qbfiit-111?
111? qbfiit-111? of a number or o :Ht'vsi
and structures in the Can. I
rone which are included in thl
work of the fiisf quarts of thl
fiscal year.
The bids weie opened Frtdaj
afternoon in the Admi-iktraUoa
o-':!rling at -u!boa Hvlrt.
Other bids ranging friinjll, friinjll,-360
360 friinjll,-360 to $16,165 were offered by
Anthony Leg g i e r e, Tropical
Paint Company and Guardi
and Company.
Buildings scheduled for paint paint-,
, paint-, ing under this contract are th
' Administ r a 1 1 o n Building at
I Gamboa, the Gamboa gymna gymnasium,
sium, gymnasium, the Gamboa swimming
and wading pools, the Cocoli
jrllohel ftation, the Balboa cen-
i ral police station and tiie Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court build build-irg.
irg. build-irg. Blimp Resumes
Journey To Arctic
AKRON, Ohio (UPI) A Navy
blimp carrying a group of Inter International
national International Geophysical Year scien scientists
tists scientists pushed off for Ice Island in
the Arctic Sunday after being de delayed
layed delayed three days here by bad
weather.
The 3 foot lighter-than-air craft
left Weymouth. Mass., a week ag
but was forced to turn back at
Kingston, Ont., when high winds
halted its progress. It hovered
ovpr Lake Erie during the night
before landing Thursday at the
Goodyear Air Dock here.
The blimp, manned by a U U-member
member U-member crew under Lt. Cmdr. H.
D. Collins was trying to make a
record t2-day Ught to the A 9
to determine the feasibility of
using such craft for polar explore
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The first (top for the blimp wiO
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We the oeople of the United States, ranmm,
Amencas as a wnole, in order to develop and enjoy our close
association must: m Qr exchan ing ideas,
and doway with any laws whicn might impede this process,
Realize that international peace can derive from the
neignborliness of nations giving mutual reverence u God yet
MDectine the institutions and practices ot other nations
j Honoring the historical heritage of our own country,
4 Ensur ng that the defense of the Western hemisphere
stems j5H courageous values of peaceful men and women,
rather than any unity imposed by oppression and fear.
If we could get together on these points, it would-be a con contribution
tribution contribution to liberty far transcending the frontiers of our in-
iVlSinnTglFebruary, there has been a tendency to adverse
criticism of "he United Stales which I believ a conac let, cious
citizens should examine suspiciously. The seeds of much i of the
criticism were sown by individuals whose interest in any con con-cessions
cessions con-cessions the US may make is purely selfish, rather than patrio patriotic,
tic, patriotic, or idealistic. ,, T.nu
. Unquestionablv many actions of the Congress of the Unit United
ed United States vitally affect us here in Panama It is a result ol
our strategic position. It is also an aspect of the United States
efforts to establish goodwill in the Western hemsiphere.
in Congress and elsewhere recently, thoughtful Americans
have been asking for reasons rather than guesses which will
explain the controversies which surrounded Vice President Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Nixon's tour of South America. An equally controversial
figure so far as this Isthmus goes is Rep. Daniel J. Flood ( ID ID-Pa),
Pa), ID-Pa), whose alleged facts and ngures contrast so markedly witn
our Panamanian knowledge of the situation here.
Despite the controversies, nope burns brightly everywhere
In this tiny country for an improvement in inter-American rela relations,
tions, relations, based on the search by tnoughtful people everywhere for
sound evidence, rather than confused rumors, upon which to
base their opinions.
' The kindly and intellectual Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower
changed the Nixon-Flood pattern of emotionalism, and perhaps
even more effective along the same lines were the personable,
average young Americans who maae up the Catholic Univer University
sity University drama group who played at the university .here. Such cul cultural
tural cultural incentive, as inspiring ana challenging as it is entertain entertaining
ing entertaining and stimulating, bears repetition in other artistic and edu educational
cational educational mediums.
At about tlTe same time as the ladies of the Panamerlcan
Round Table here were trying to jab the Daughters of the
American Revolution out of their complacency, American Le Legion
gion Legion commander A. J. Cauvin, in a Fourth of July speech at
Ft. Amador, was in tune with us Panamanians with his stern
admonition that today, more than ever before, an Individual
should participate fully in the life and affairs of his commu community,
nity, community, his country and the world. It was good that so many
Panamanians, along as guests of the Legion, were on hand to
hear Gauvin's address, and to share the spirit of Independence
Day.
The present differences between the people and customs
Of the US and Latin America can be swept away as the bene benefits
fits benefits and comforts of modern civilization oecome available to
all people In all countries. It is certainly sad that in Latin
America there remain several countries in which the people do
not understand how to use those forms of democracy guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed to them in their constitutions. In these countries mediocre
politicians get by, and at the same time get rich, by yelling
back at the people, to keep things interesting. These people
ray be poor, and denied any equality of opportunity, but the
way their politicians handle them they at least are not bored.
The Spanish feudal aristocracy South of the Border is a
dead civilization in a worla very much alive. The weak ideal
of romantic Spanish nights has passed (though how and It is
not to see a lady serenaded once in a while here in Panama,
if only for memory's sake.
But this is a vital age, and we In Latin America want to
be as much a part of today's history as we were of yesterday's.
So we must move with the times.
Education is essential to this aim. It would be wrong to say
there is no school problem in Panama. Many fathers and moth

ers of children going to public schools in Panama City simply
park their children outside the public school of whatever dis district
trict district they live in, and the children sit there, uneducated and
restless.
If the majority of the people show that they sincerely desire
It, no bellicose demands or ugly street fighting will be necessary
to persuade the government to build nice public schools, provide
good books and equipment, and hire an adequate number of
capable teachers.
. Now let me turn to a more human view of the local scene
that is, individual conduct rather than practices and policies.
As. I see it, most people here are divided into two classes those
who are loved, and those who love others.
There is, too, s disciplined and educated set which under understands
stands understands that love, however disciplined, must be on a two-way
basis. The British influence is evident in this small set.
I personally admire the modest deportment of President
and Mrs. de la Guardia. They never conduct themselves as If
they are on display In this respect they set an excellent ex example
ample example for young Panamanians today.
Americans, on the other hand are constantly charged with
being careless of the feelings of other people. This is the more
strange when considered alongside the time they spend among
their family and friends, an Influence which breeds respect for
the law and an understanding of the need for tolerance, and
the spirit of give and take.
In Panama there is one seldom-noticed class of people which
makes a vital contribution to the security of the homes here.
These are the maids. A maid will love and care for the child
of another woman, while her own child goes unattended till
after" working hours. The happy spirit of these maids is in ingrained
grained ingrained in the upbringing of the children they care for, and in
the lives of the people for whom they work.
The further this selfless spirit spreads among the middle
class homes in which so many of the maids work, the sounder
Will be the social foundation on which Panama can base its
Industrial and general economic growth. And there would be
an end to these belligerently defensive tactics towards the
United States,
: On the part of individual Americans, there should be a
better knowledge of what constitute the comparatively formal
Panamanian standards of correct behaviour When an Amer American
ican American goes into a store and displays, Instead of dignified reserve,
a backyard-fence friendly desire to talk with a fellow man. he
Is beyond the understanding of many clerks brought up In a
tradition of reserve. Nor do these clerks understand why an
American must try on ten pairs of shoes to buy one pair. The
Panamanian way is to pick out one pair, and buv It. With an
understanding or and tolerance for differences like this the time
will come when we may meet each other and laugh" and love
Without hesitation or uncertainty.
At that time, the United States will be able to appreciate
criticism from Latin America, and do something about it. The
visit of Milton Eisenhower was an exciting step along this path.
Lee Young
150 USED STAMPS
Sir:
If anyone would send me 150 used Panama stamps I would
iend him a one dollar bill. And I shall probably be wanting
many more stamps later, i cannot use any which are torn or
cracked, or which have the corners off or are inky. I can use
many of any one kind, but should prefer as many kinds as possible.

Ethel M. Parrv,
400 River Front,
Ononado Station,
jew Smyrna Beach,
"t-ida.

Labor News
And
Comment

By ViCTCr

RIESIL

PARIS Tne swords of Damas Damascus,
cus, Damascus, Cairo and now 'Baghdad hang
over the United States in niore
deadly ways than one. They can
cut through the heart of America
more easily than the recent cloak-and-dagger
operation did in the
Iraq capital. This I've just been
told, by the narcotics specialist
of the International Criminal Po
lice organization Interpol.
Interpol believes that the pro pro-Communist
Communist pro-Communist revolt in the mud hut
city of Baghdad has crippled the
counter-smuggling cadres of the
Iraq police and custom guards
Opium is flowing like the Kiver
Nile waters across formerly care carefully
fully carefully guarded borders to the world
greatest narcotics underworld, the
American mobs. These mobs nAer nAer-mingle
mingle nAer-mingle the labor rackets and- -make
no mistake about this with
narcotics refining, transportation
and "pushing."
Thus the interlocking mob? re recently
cently recently exposed by the McClsllan
Committee will have unlimited sup
plies of narcotics and won't feel

for a minute the cut in income

resulting from having to wail un until
til until the heat is off on the big mo money
ney money labor rackets.
It means that the "troops'' of
the mob will be kept active and
chips and thus the so-called Ma Mafia
fia Mafia network won't sufer at all.

It also i. eans that thair ca ca-dras
dras ca-dras of labor hoods will ba kept
intact toe. Tha Intarnational Po Police
lice Police filas available to our autho authorities
rities authorities raveal that the narcotist
mobt are intarlockad with th
gambling mobt which art, in
turn, the ones which transmit
orders and place tha "executive"
in charge of labor racketeering.
Most of these "powerhouses"
re located in Cuba, through
which the mobt' international e e-perations
perations e-perations funnel and where the
high command relaxes beside the

swimming pools in daytime and
the croupiers at night.
This is the gist of the Informa Information
tion Information being made available to Har Harry
ry Harry Anslinger's Federal Narcotics
Bureau and the Treasury Dept.
which is directly affiliated with the
Inlerpol. Many of these details
will be discussed in London at the
27th session of the Interpol Gener General
al General Assembly starling Sept. 15.
Much of the story of the Com Communists'
munists' Communists' opening of the sluice gates
for the flow of opium to the U.S.
could be told by the Social Dom Dom-mission
mission Dom-mission and the Coniission on
Narcotics Drugs of the United Na Nations
tions Nations over in Geneva. But this
outfit, which deliberately moved
its headquarters from New York
several years ago, keeps its files
and its o'ficials' moulhs clammed
up from the public lest it irritate
the Soviet Chinese and the Fus Fus-sins.
sins. Fus-sins. It is as plain as the vodka galss
in Khrushchev's tightening hand
that the Soviets operate a global
smuggling network wherever they
can and that they work with the
underworld wherever they finci the
police real lough The Reds sell
guns, gold, diamonds and narco
tics to crack the s nble systems
of the western world.
Typical oi their cooperation with
the underworlds wherever the
Communists have money or power
or both, for example, is their col collaboration
laboration collaboration wilha burgeoning mob
in Paris. Here they work with an
underworld which is just begin

ning to introduce rackets a la A-
mericaine.
This terror outfit at first Mas
simply political. It began when
Algerian nationalists started to
collect a "dime," a tenth of tha
weakly pay of tha Algerian work workers,
ers, workers, in this city. There are over
400,000 male Algerians, most of
them good, hard-worfcing people.
Tha "dime" want to aid the re

bels fight tha French. When tha
Algerian sector in Paris simi similar
lar similar to the Puerto Rican commu communities
nities communities in New York and o'her big
American cities balked, the Al Algerian
gerian Algerian politico? called in gjng
"caldes" or chiefs. They then be began
gan began pushing tha Algerian work workers
ers workers around.
Hoods were placed near gates
of such plants as the huge Re Renault
nault Renault factory along the Seine. The
toughs actually looked at the pay
envelopes and took their "di.iics."
If the workers objected they were
threatened, then beaten and often
killed. At least three or four such
Arab workers are found dead each
week.
To give this some though of le
gitimacy, the terrorists organized
a union. Here's where the Com Communists
munists Communists came in. They helped the
mobs set up these paper locals.
The Communist labor outfit, the
CGT, appointed a liaison official
to keep its own strongarm appa apparatus
ratus apparatus coordinated with the mob's.
The CGT made available its print printing
ing printing facilities and on these presses
are printed the mob outfit un;on
dues cards, notices, literature and
posters.
Thus from smuggling lo strong strong-arming,
arming, strong-arming, wherever the Communist
underground in Europe, as well
as the U.S., can work with the
underworld to undermine the free
world, it hits on. all cylinders

and vials.

Tuned In

1

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

FINANCIAL NOTE: How much snd Ambassador and Miami's A-

is it costing Farouk for Monacan
citizenship ( 1 hear the going
price is half a million and it's
worth much more than that in tax
savings.;

Jokers Wild: To help comedian
Joe F. Lewis recover irom Ins re recent
cent recent operation, El Rancho owner
Beldon Katleroan hired three nurs nurses,
es, nurses, red, blonde and brunette. Kept
a 24-hour vigil at his bedside. (On (Only
ly (Only put him back two weeks.) ...If

Pat Wymore isn't estranged from

hrrol Hynn, 1 think JHsl

mericanaj ... Town looking for for-waru
waru for-waru to comic Paul Gilberi, from
the Coast, who preems the Latin
Quarter tomorrow, lie's hilarious
...Mike Todd's "Around the World
etc.'' will De forceu out oi tne ri"
voii Oct. 5 when the lease enus,
though it could rjin anoiner year
Woriuwiae gross passeu ine 40
million mark and will probably hit
lu million. Poor Mike. He never
had it when he was here.

is merely taking her on a guid guided
ed guided tour...Lanny Ross is going nuts
over his new singing discovery,
tenor Dan Phillips. "Another Lan

za ... XNatalie Wood s having stu

dio trouble,- with a 12-wei

Says she can t afford to
$25,000 a year.

This I Can Do Blindfolded: I'm

Hay'esinot the Internal Revenue, out as

layoi.fblmfc

we for

It's How the Bagels Break: A
guy in Miami namedCharleyGold namedCharleyGold-stein
stein namedCharleyGold-stein invented a plastic bagel hold"
er and slicer. (Just what the world
needs.) Selling 10,000 a day. ..Louis
Prima is disturbed by my Berle Berle-Prima
Prima Berle-Prima item, according to a long
distance wail from Charlotte Rog Rogers
ers Rogers in Hollywood. Charlotte says
Louis never wanted to do more
than 13 weeks because of his com
mittments at the Sahara in Ve Vegas
gas Vegas and he couldn't commute
to Hollywood because he doesn't
fly. Furthermore denies that he
shook hands on the deal with Ber Ber-le.
le. Ber-le. Only on the format. So OK,
Im too busy to argue ... Ampex
execs were amused at first when
the Japanese patent of ice turned
down an application to patent a
tape because, as they explained,
it was scientifically impossible.
Les amusing was the later intro introduction
duction introduction on the Japanese market
of a close copy of the Ampex ma

chine called Jampex.

far as I figure it, Debra Paget s
ex-spouse, actor singer David
Street, earned more loot from the
mags, telling, why the marriage

than heKl as a venei.4n

sman wicn is .ms in.

between hW Msies iok:What

a pair: Joe ItfHfTs and Zsa Zsa
Gabor at ChicppTphez Paree
Aug. 8 While he's gone, Cindy
gets custody of the "Ciags 4o Rich Riches"
es" Riches" TV Show, According to Joey,
the three biggest spenoers in A A-merica
merica A-merica are Trujillo Jr., Goldfine
and his wife ... Theatre Wing's
Michael Shean O'Shea booking vo

lunteer talent kot Christmas shows
for GI's in Greenland Labrador
and Iceland. Mike was refused
permission to take Jewish per

formers to Saudi Arabia base, but

ne s sun pressing the issue in
Washington ... Katina Bob, com

ing to Palisades Amusement Park

next week, doesn't sing, dance,
act or talk. (It's a ride.) ...Baby
Lake, one of America's most fam famous
ous famous show gals, and perennial La Latin
tin Latin Quarter lovely, is also going
into the saloon biz on her own.
Takes over Harold's Show Spot in
W. 45th ... Talking about young
Trujillo again, or was I, the wags
in Hollywood call his yacht a
"tramp steamer."

er every underworld independent
lect committee in advance. What
does happen is that sooner or 1st 1st-who
who 1st-who aoes well enough to make a
living, has to join forces with or
cut up with Crime Cartel or one
of its members .Crooks who make
less than a bare living So not last
long anyway ... All forms of dis dishonesty
honesty dishonesty lend themselves to orga organization,
nization, organization, before the act or after it.
Prostitutes need protection irom
arrest, bail and counsel ater that.
Burglars cannot operate without
"fingermen" who stake them out
and fences who dispose of the loot.
All these things must be arrang arranged
ed arranged for before the crime to insure
success.

I've Got the Answers (But who
asked the questions?): United Ar Artists
tists Artists dropping its record division?
Loss said to be two million ... If
Jane Dorsey, Tommy's widow,
makes a deal to film his life story,
she'll run into legal trouble not on only
ly only from relatives, but from the
owners of "The Fabulous Dor Dor-seys"
seys" Dor-seys" filmed in 1946 and still hot
on TV ... Mutual riends ,are try trying
ing trying to get Bob Crosby and older
brother Everett to act like broth brothers
ers brothers ... Wish I had time to get out
to Las Vegas to catch the Donn

"Where Did I hear This Before?
(Here probably): A shotgun mar marriage
riage marriage is a matter of wife or death
and it's a toss up which is
worse.

Today's Lecture (The Mafia):
NBC is preparing a program on
the Mafia, but this will save them
the trouble. The "organized" un underworld
derworld underworld is not an established en
terprise with a suite of lavish o -fices
and a gold lettered lront
door inscribed TMafia, General
Headquarters, Please Enter." It
is not an open and going concern
in that sense ...On the other hand.

Araen i.ido de Fans production at i the Organization does control
the new Stardust. Sixty babes, j practically all crime in the United
Count 'em ... Bob Tisch wants to! States. That does not mean every
add Paris' George V hotel to his; holdup, heisting or second story
chain (Atlantic City's Traymore;job is acted on snd voted oy a se-

Second Exciting Chapter: Any Anyone
one Anyone who schemes up any kind of
profitable racket, from crooked
bookkeepers to procurers, is even eventually
tually eventually forced to do business with
the boys. If they don't, they, are
turned over to the cops or bjack bjack-msiled
msiled bjack-msiled out of existence ...The Out Outfit
fit Outfit has such terrific lines of com communication
munication communication it is sure to lern a a-bout
bout a-bout businessmen who cheat on
government directives or on in income
come income taxes, merchants who sell
"seconds" in places of articles as
advertised, saloon keepers who re refill
fill refill bottles with inferior booze;
company officials who rig their
stock, servants who steal from
their employers or bank tellers
who take home samples. Once the
Syndicate gets the word, a couple
of impressively tough guys who
talk out of the corners of their
mouths show up. The wrong-doer
suddenly discovers he's got a partner.

Post Mortimer: I've got to re report
port report that the young Aga Khan is
learning fast. Has two charming
house guests, textile heir heiress
ess heiress Patricia Rawlings and Sylvia
Casablanca, a Mexican beaut ...
Ed Friedman, Temple U's former
all American is engaged to tXe
Latin Quarter's all-American eye
filler, Barbara Bensing ... "Say
Darling's" Robert Morse is ring ringing
ing ringing bells for "Bells Are Ringine's"
Phyllis Newman ... Uncle MHtie
Berle. breaking all records kt Las
Vegas' Rancho Vegas, wires of his
experiences at a drive-in movie
there that features adult only
films: The sign saifl: "No Euro European
pean European cars admitted unless accom accompanied
panied accompanied by a grown up one."

ACTRESS TO MARRY
NEW YORK (UPI) Actress
Kim Stanley, 33, will be married
Wednesday to actor Alfred Ryder.
It will be Miss Stanley's third
marriage and Ryder's first.

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WASHINGTON Just one year
ago, Dr. Giuseppe Pell a, foreign
minister of Italy, came to Wash-
infltnn In mivm Tihn Pnctot- TliiH

a pian tor me near asst. Dunes
said no. If it had been adopted
we would not be in the Near East

em mess we are in today.

Pella foresaw that Nassensm
would sweep all the1 Near East,
to be followed by Communism, if
the West did not help conquer
the poverty, the filth, the dusty,
disease-swept alleys, the contrasts
between bejeweled kinss and rag ragged
ged ragged fellahs in the Near East.
He saw what Nasser had done
in dividing up the irrigated land
of Egypt, once dominated b on only
ly only 27 families. He saw how the
new Syria had divided up the land
from the old aristocracy.
Both Syria and Egypt, incident incidentally,
ally, incidentally, had followed the land free freedom
dom freedom law of little Israel which
they hate, but which nevertheless
helped make Nasser popular with
the masses,
So the Italian Foreign minister
proposed that a fund for the. de development
velopment development of underdeveloped a a-reas
reas a-reas be created from the Mar Marshall
shall Marshall Plan loans which West Eu European
ropean European nations were then due to
repay the U.S.A.
He proposed that the American
repayments be matched by pay payments
ments payments from European nations, and
the money be spent for irrigation
on the River Jordan, on the Nile,
the Tigris, the Euphrates and
elsewhere, to resettle Palestinian
refugees and generally improve
the economic-social condition of
the Near East.
This, essentially, was the plan
Harry Truman had been working
on when he left the White House.
"The solution for the Near
East," he once told me, "is not
arms, but dams and more elec electric
tric electric power and more wheat. This
area used to hold 60,000,000 peo people
ple people in the days of the Greeks and
Romans. Now it holds 25,000,000
because the Mongols knocked out
the irrigation works and because
these people have been too busy
fighting against each other.
"We have got to teach the A A-rabs
rabs A-rabs that they need Jewish know know-how
how know-how and that they all need each
other. It's not easy, but with pa patience,
tience, patience, leadership and a big pub public
lic public works program it can be
done."
U.S.A. NEEDS A FRIEND
Amintore Fanfani. hnnneinv vl.

vacious new Dremier of Italv i

a man who believes in backing

up nis mends. He also believes
ity taking good ideas from friends
and giving gbod ideas to friends.

vvnen ne attended the Chicago
an4 FJ F"efss presidential
nomination conventions in tow h

took back some American ideas
on political organization which
helped him bolster the middle-of-

tne-road Christian Democratic

Party.

When the United Stat

havine its old friends turn a 1H

shoulder on U.S. Marines in Le

banon last week, when Japan
publicly disapproved, West Germa Germany
ny Germany grumbled, Belgium frowned
and Austria threatened to shoot
down U.S. Transports, Premier

P
m

Fanfani arose in the Italian par parliament
liament parliament ano said:
"We aODrove entirely th inlti.

tives taken in Lebanon andJor-

da Dy our allies in the interest
of peace. It is also with that co-
viction that we have crated

mission to U.S. iorce tc use two

ot our airfields as fueling points
for planes transferring groops."
Fanfani stood up and made this
speech despite the fact that Ita Italy
ly Italy has the biggest Communist

rarty in the world outside Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, and desoite the fact that. h

faced in a few minutes a vote of

confidence which he finally won
by a slim eight votes.
In view of this, Fanfani -is in
an excellent position to renew tha
Pella plan for the peaceful devel development
opment development of the Near East.
The United States has got it- K
self in a much worse box on tha '1
shores of Lebanon than the- A A-merican
merican A-merican people realize. We can't
get out without loss of face. Yet
we can't stay on without beiag
increasingly hated in the Near
East.
A friendly third party like Fan Fanfani
fani Fanfani could lift the Lebanon con controversy
troversy controversy to a Higher, more impor.
tant level of peace and recon reconstruction,
struction, reconstruction, not guns land interven intervention,
tion, intervention, as a way out.

ACE IN-HOLE ADLAI
One political ace-in-the-Jiole Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower has up his sleeve, if ha
wants to use him, is Adlai Ste Ste-venson,
venson, Ste-venson, whom fate has put right
now in Russia.
Stevenson, a skilled negotiator,
could be drafted as a trouble;
shooter to talk to Khrushchev a a-bout
bout a-bout the Near East, immediately.
Hitherto, Eisenhower hasv turned
the cold shoulder on Truman;
and up until this year, ignored
Stevenson.
However, Franklin Roosevelt is
wartime sent Wendell Willkie, tho
Republican Presidential candidate,
on a special war mission to Mos Mos-cow.
cow. Mos-cow. FDR also invited Alf Landon,
who ran against h'm in 1936, to
serve in his wartime cabinet, and
in the end appointed Cql. Frank
Knox, who ran for vice presi presi-ent,
ent, presi-ent, as Secretary of the Navy,
with Henry L. Stimson, who had
served in the Taft and Hoover
cabinets, as his secretary of war.
The Democrats have been among
Ike's staunchest supporters in tha
present Near East crisis.
"At times like this it is incum incumbent
bent incumbent UDOn all of us tn fnroet. null.

tics and close ranks in the causa

of our own national security and
the collective security of tie frea.
world," said Speaker Sam Ray Ray-burn,
burn, Ray-burn, at the secret White House
meeting last, week.
Sen. Lvndnn Johnson tuhn ennlit

not be at the meeting because oi

ms, moiner mnejw, later told
friends: "ft doesn't malrA anv

difference what we think nf V.l

senhower. It doesn't do any gooc'

to call him names. The country's
in a very serious situation ana
we've got to stick by him."
Adali Stevenson is an able neg negotiator
otiator negotiator who served during tha
war in the State Department.
With the country in a serious cri

sis, a good President uses good
men regardless of politics.

SIDE GLANCES

By Catbraith

4. -, V

SIT

"We're going to have to watch expenses now, so I took
advantage of a sale at the corner hardware store!''

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Cholera Epidemic

Takes 200 Lives

In Nepal Kingdom

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) On On-itage,
itage, On-itage, Offstage N UpUe: Sm Sm-my
my Sm-my Davis Jr., the bouncing boy n
a jet-propelled pog rtick. t ta ta-personating
personating ta-personating movie stars tnese
days. He's become a movie war
himself. He'a playing Danny John-
Bn opposite Earths Kitt in the
m version of "Anno Lucasta
and the smile en his face is as

wide as a sound stage.
"It's the first time I've played
anything except Sammy Davis
Jr.," he's beaming, "and I'm hay haying
ing haying a ball. I feel like I've been in
W movies. Even when I'm not
wonting I can't stay away from
the set. When they move the ca camera,
mera, camera, they have to move me, too.
AH right, kid," they say, 'get out
of the way.'"
Even when he wasn't in tne
movies, no one could keep Sam Sammy
my Sammy Davis Jr. off movie sets. He
alwavs had pals like Jeff CHand CHand-ler
ler CHand-ler and Frank SiBatra and Jerry
Lewi3 to visit. There was no doubt
about Sammy being starstruck
and that he needed occasional
whiffs of greasepaint.
His co starring role In Anna
Lucasta" proves it.
Even when he iw't working
they can't keep Sammy off his
set.'
almost likp Sainmv Davis

Jr. now visiting Sammy Davis Jr.
VIC MATURE'S Heroics save
Yvonne de Carlo from the hea heavies
vies heavies in the blood and sand French
Foreign Lajicn thriller, "Timbuk "Timbuktu."
tu." "Timbuktu." But it's really Yvomu's hub hubby,
by, hubby, stunt man Bob Morgan. He's
the double for &11 the dangerous
stunts in the film. Vic's next mov movie
ie movie will be "Escape from Anderson Anderson-ville,"
ville," Anderson-ville," and he's alrady on a diet to
acquire an emaciated look. It's
easy for him, he says, "because
when I go on a diet all the pound poundage
age poundage falls off my face." He'll drop
15 pounds for the part.
Eartha Kitt wasn't kidding with

that 'I Can Get Along Without
You Very Well" pout as Oscar Le Levant's
vant's Levant's TV guest. Her "Temper
flared when he accused her of
being bitter. Now she's bitter a
bout ever saying "Yes" to his invitation.

Car Leaps Ferry,

Plunges Into River,
8 Persons Drown

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REPORTS ON FEDERAL JOBS

New Postal Rales
Won't Have Much

Effect On Families
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Post
Office Department says new
stamp rates, effective last. Friday,
will add about' two dollars a year
more to the average family s

postage Din. i
For the big Business houses the

extra penny tor stamps wui run
into thousands of dollars a year,
nr normal hilling and advertising.

From now on the new rates will
e four cents for regular first
xiacc mail HHivnrv. instead of

hroo rents: seven cents for air

mail instead of six cents; three

cents for post cams insieaa ui
two runt: five cents for air Mail

nct KirHt instead of four cents

Postal officials said a few .calls
around the country showed the
mail volume was up about 20 per
cent Friday. They said some
big business outfits decided to beat
the midnight deadline and mailed
their regular month end bills at
the old three-cent rate.
Equally thrifty were two elderly
women patrons at Baltimore, Md..
and Richmond, Va., who mailed
their Christmas cards early.
Postman throughout the country
tried to give letterwriters a fight
Ing chance by making Thursday
right's final streetbox collections
a couple of hours later than us-
Hallmark, the biggest greeting
card firm in the world, said it
figured the average family sends
out 250 cards a year, 150 of them
at Christmas time.
a Hallmark snokpsman said the

penny hike would cost the aver average
age average family about $2.50 more a
year to mail out cards alone.
Time Inc. expects the increase
to tack about $32,000 more on to
its general mailing costs, over and
above the $13,000 spent under the
old rates. This includes advertis advertising
ing advertising but not magazine mail sub subscriptions.
scriptions. subscriptions. In addition, the federal govern government's
ment's government's postage bill is expected to
go up to about $7,000,000 a year.

"He's really three times sicker
than he thinks he is," she said
GWEN VER DON'S new Broad Broadway
way Broadway show. "The Red Heed," is
mtmtorv mneifat harkCnullded

by a wax museum of the gaslight
era. She heads for N.Y. for re re-rehearsals
rehearsals re-rehearsals after completing the

film version of "Damn Yankees. ..

r.onrn Rrent wrotp a check for

WVB. ..-w-.

$140,000 for a Rancbo Santa Fe

rancno.

wrvp rw thtt SCRIPT: Dor

othy Dandridge about her role in

Porgy ana Bess- "i piay a wow
ggilr in a tight dress." Fess Par Parker's
ker's Parker's answer to how it feels to be

6'6": I never realized L was

tall until I left Texas.". . .Uavia
iv'iven, about his torthcomiug in independent
dependent independent movie. "Man In tS
Panama Hat": "it's a great ffciry
woven under waHr by natives.
Gale Stem fully recovered
from major surgery, telling it on
herself. Fnniest card she re received
ceived received during her convalescence
read:
"I knew R couldn't have been
ulcers you'.'e not .that important'

CHALK OFF THE name of
veteran star Joel McCraa tn the
department of making flip cine
ma tie love to any girl 20 or more

years his junior. The handsome,
trim-waisted Joel will approve
of being briefly linked with a

youngish aoii in western
"Where the aonrocah to romance

is different" but he agrees with

critics who tnougnt Fred Astiare
and Gary Cooper were much too
old for coy Audrey Hepburn in
"Funny Face" and 'Love in the
Afternoon."
"It's why I prefer westerns,"
Joel told me on the set of "The
Bat Masterson Story." "It's a sol sol-tion
tion sol-tion to the problem of mpvie love
for me."
But Joel has a puzzler about
the age differential in movie ro-
mantirs these riavs He. believes

there is a definite anti-American

male bias among American dolls.

Says he: "They will accept a
Rossano Brazzi or a Maurice Che Chevalier
valier Chevalier making love to an 18-year-old
chick, but they look
askance if I do it."
Joel is in the odd spot of hiv hiving
ing hiving two careers these days. His
old movie comedies are showing
on TV and he's laughing:
"I get fan mail from kids whose
mothers and fathers saw the
picture before they were even

married. It's frightening.

riTUiumn v.noi TTPti A

cholera epidemic nas taxen an
iHmalail 9hn misa In this Hima

layan kingdom in 'the past week,

mmum reponea yesteraay.

u. s. uriusn ana maian rneai-
.l miifinnc worA wvMnl amlinH

the clock in en effort to check the

epidemic, rne united wauoos
World Health Organisation and
other international groups also
have rushed aid.
Authorities blamed the epidemic
on unf iltered rain water which was
stored in open tanks prior to be being
ing being piped out for drinking pur purposes.
poses. purposes. DRIVE TO REPLACE STATUS

CORMAYEUR. Italv (UPI) A

fund drive was underway in tnis
resort center today to replace the
famed statue of the Madonna atop

13.3SU-iooi Mt. uente aei uieanie.

The statue fell more than 3,000

feet during a recent blizzard and

disappeared under the snow.

WASHINGTON (UPI) Federal I ator Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.),

government employment of civil civilians
ians civilians increased by 32,832 in June,
the biggest jump since 1952, but

there was a net drop ot a.bw ci

chairman of the Joint Committee

on Reduction of Nonessential r ea ea-eral
eral ea-eral Expenditures, reported today
regular civilian employment in

PRINCETON, Calif., Aug. 4-(UPD-
Eight persons, including

six members or one iamuy, oxown
ed Saturday night when their sta station
tion station wagon ran off a ferry and
plunged into the Sacramento River,

Virtually the entire family of
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rarm woreer roruuo niauu,
of Klamath Falls, Ore., was wiped

out n the accident, a i-year uiu

girl ad a 2-year old boy were
rescued.
UTltu.u. aalH ApllUar's station

wagon came down a steep road
i ,K tmm then annear-

ed to pick up speI,as it reached

the deck ot tne rerry.

TKa mmm hrnV a rha in of the

four-ear ferry and plunged into tae

evu ft.mnvine current, ueioro ui

vehicle disappeared below the sur

tare the children's frantic cries

for help were ieard.

MIWB wean a wwf- v -1 w I -o
vilian jobs Over fiscal 1958. Sen- June totalled 2,366,754.

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Judge Convicted

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Auto From Friends

CHATTANOOGA, Term. (UP1)-

Raulston Schoomeia tormer crim criminal
inal criminal Court judge who was remov
bA tvnm nffiov aftir he wax con

victed of official misconduct, yes yesterday
terday yesterday proudly displayed a $o,700
white and blue Cadillac that was
given to him by a group of friends.
Schoolfield, former judge in
Hamilton County, was convicted

on 3 of 24 charges oi oiuciai mis

conduct after a state senate in investigation
vestigation investigation last month into his
sff sirs.
Tha ciotff at fh TAQUfiSt Of GOV.

Frank Clement, began the probe

after statements before tne scuaie
Rackets Committee disclosed that

Schoolfield "accepted briDes to nx
cases" before his court.
Schoolfield was not convicted on
that (.mint Rut. he was convicted

on one charge of accepting a new

1950 Pontiac from attorneys anu
defendants who had cases pending
before his court.
Schoolfield said he thought it
would be "all right" to accept the
automobile presented to him Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night "since it's a Cadillac

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JAPANESE MEETINGS SET
TOKYO UPI) Japan's tela tela-twins
twins tela-twins with ('nmmunist China will

talks between

.Tananesp Foreien Minister Ai-i

ichiro Fujiyama ana u. a. aecre aecre-to,,
to,, aecre-to,, nt ctito .Tnhn Foster Dulles

tat j v t (

in Washington next montn, in

formed sources said t o o a y.
These sources said the government
vf Prime lUinietpr Nohusuke Ivishi

pressured by demands from the

opposition socialist t-any anu we
country trade and economic cir circles,
cles, circles, is anxious to end the curvent
trade deadlock between Japan and
Red China.

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SEW AMBASSADOR OF PERU ARRIVES
The new Ambassador of Peru to Panama, Jose Francisco
Mariategui, arrived by plane Saturday morning to assume
bis official duties here.

Ladies of Diplomatic Corp
To Hold Monthly Tea
The monthly tea of the Ladies of
the Diplomatic Corps will be held
on Thursday. August 7, at 3:30 at
the Union Club. Hostess will be
the wife of the Ambassador of Ni Nicaragua,
caragua, Nicaragua, Mrs. Mariano Barreto
Portocarrero.

Spanish Ambassador
Returns from States
The Ambassador of Spain to Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, Federico Gabaldon y Na Navarro
varro Navarro returned recently from a
trip to the United States.
Mr. and Mrs. Kerefi
Intertain at Cerro t.ol
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Koref en entertained
tertained entertained members of the German
Embassy slaff yesterday at their
Cerro Azul summer home.

Miles Gehn will handle the table
topic.
There will be an introduction if
new members and an election of
educational vice president.
Toastmasters unable to parti participate
cipate participate in the program are request
ed to call Frank Mendez, 85-4132.

Jeep
(freezes

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II U A C

With jprau

Miss Sandra Chester
Celebrates Birthday
Miss Sandra Chester, daughter
of Major and Mrs. Michael Ches Chester
ter Chester of Fort Gulick, celebrated her
17th birthday with a bu fet dinner
and dance at the Fort Gulick Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Club Saturday evening.
Guests, which numbered one hun hundred,
dred, hundred, were present from both sides
of the Isthmus.

Isthmian Toastmasters
Club to Meet
Ralph McClain will preside as
tdastmaster of the evening at the
regular meeting of the Isthmian
Tniictmacter i f!luh at fi:30 Tues

day the fifth of August in the Fern cnurcn 10 uamoud

Former Parishioners
Honor Father Tumelty
A group of former parishioners
of the Miraculous Medal Church in
Margarita, the majority of whom

are living in Coco Solo, honored i
the Rev. John Tumelty, CM., re recently
cently recently transferred from that

at a covered

Mary Martha Circle
ta Hear Book Review

The Mary Martha Circle will

meet at the Balboa Union Church
on Tuesday at 9 a.m. Mrs. Cardon
snekell and Mrs. Maude Clinch ard
will be co-hostesses. The devotions
will be given by Mrs. Clarence
Jacobson and the book review will,
b? nresented by Mrs. Louis M.
Fiske.
Marsha Sutherland
Celebrates Birthday
Marsha Sutherland, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sutherland of
Balboa, celebrated hef 12th birin
day Saturday. Seven of Marsha's

friends were her guests at supper,
a movie and slumber party.
Attending were Julie Shipley of
Cristobal, Gail Harvey, Priscilla
Collins, Carol Wentsler, Vicki Dun Dunning,
ning, Dunning, Linda Hart and Gail Lynch.

Leaves for States
Miss Raquel Levj( of Panama
left yesterday by plane for New
York. Miss Levy will be married
this fall to Mr. Bill Segal of New
York City.

Room of the Tivoli Guest House, dish supper, umer guests t mm

The sneakers wil be Bud Hoi- or were the Kev. Micnaei j. we

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1 Youni actress, 1 Pillars
Angtli i 1 Pressed
S has been 3 Click-beetle

in many films
8 She is a
youthful
12 Shield bearing
IS Always

linssworlh. Frank Mendez, Carl

Motu, Ike Harrouche and Harvey
Meagher. Alfred Tarrazas will
give a general evaluation and

C. M., and the Rev. rrank nsn,
C. M.
There were 70 friends and form former
er former parishioners present.

Just Arrived
The World famous
AUTOBRIDGE
A Bridge Solitair for
Beginners and Advanced,
BRIDGE PLAYERS
MORRISONS
4th of July and "J" Street

St. Mary's Alumnae
Association Dance
The annual bene'it dance of St.

Marv's Alumnae Association is to

be held this year on Saturday
Aue. 16, at the Stranger's Club

As in former vears a special

theme will be carried out and the
one chosen for 1958 is the Roaring
'20's. Those attending are expect expected
ed expected to dress in the costumes of this
period.

Dancing will be from 8 p.m. un until
til until 4 a.m. to the music of Marceli Marceli-no
no Marceli-no Alvarez and his orchestra. Tic Tickets
kets Tickets for the affair may be obtain obtained
ed obtained from any alumna.
This is the one large function'
given yearly by the Association
and is for the purpose of financ

ing the Alumnae scholarship and
the various charities in which the
group participates.
President of the Alumnae Asso Association,
ciation, Association, Miss Agripina Menendez,
is also the chairman of the dance
committee. Mrs. Albert Guaragua
is in charge of the distribution of
tickets.

a f-agrant hair set Into her beach bag for a
snever she needs it This, spray has no lacquer
ie lanolin hair heed after a session in the sun.

This f irl tucks

miirb aitriv whenever

hut does have the lanolin hair needs

A letter from Chicago reads:

"In a recent duDlicate game I was

one of the South players who bid

onlv two soades on the second

round. Naturally enough our part partners
ners partners all passed and it turned out
that four spades was a cinch.
South players only hied nine points
in high cards and had all been
taught not to count any points for
being short in partner's bid suit.
What went wrong?"

By ALICIA HART

There are quite a few beauty
aids to go into a girl's beach bag
if she's to look pretty and be
rnmfnrtahle. too. That's probably

whv beach baes have reached

their present proportion

In addition to sun tan louon,
a girl should tote insect repellent

since flies and mosquitoes can

ruin an otherwise perfect day.

Dark gfcsses or eye shields are ae able which contains

must and so are ciotn-uppea

shoes with rubber soles for walk'

ing on wet sand. A swim cap

The answer is that the teacher
did not finish his job. He was
correct in warning you about get-

. ,.,., .: i ting enthusiastic about being
that's both flattering and practical hort in partner's suit but he
about keeping out the water isjshou,d have intta out that the
an i absolute necessity. f M j h d ,h t
JtFgZ aS your partner will be equally short

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14 Father (Pr.)
15 Cleansing
substance
18 Light brown
17 Feminine
appellation
II Powerful
explosive
II Fall flower

21 Obscure
22 Appears
24 Fish sauces
26 Scoria
28 Diadem
29 Oriental porgy
80 Danish county
31 Strike
32 Seine
33 Chinese coins
35 Anoint
31 Spanish monk
18 Depend upon
41 Assist
42 Beta
46 Female saint
(ab.)
47 Winter vehicle
49 Negative word
80 Solar disk
81 Bull (Sp.)
52 Soak flax
51 Weights of
India
94 Formerly
85 Palm leaf
56 Gaelic

4 Ribbed fabric
5 Movie
Warmth
7 Sea eagle
t Mineral
spring
-Depot ship
10 Medication
11 Measures
of paper

II Attacked

27 Perches
21 Sumatran
squirrel
shrew
33 Clothing
maker

20 Vestures (pi.) 1 Vipers

21 Patent sb cioss.
' 29 Opposed to .17 Compound
former ethers

38 Sticking

substance
40 Rigid
43 Nested boxes
44 Christmas
carol
45 Girl's name
48 Period
50 Peer Gynt's
mother

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fragrant hair set, one that sprays
on quickly and puts hair in its
place.

There's one hair spray avail

and has rnrichiniz lanolin to off

set drying effects of wind and
sun.

Your partner had opened one
diomond but he had rebid to on j
no-trump. This rebid did not show
anything much in high cards but
it did almost guarantee a balanc-

no lacquer I ed hand with a couple of spades

that would

honor.

probably include an

THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

I CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)

WANTS WOMEN FIRED
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI) A
Formosan legislator has urged
that all women employed by the
Taiwan provincial government be
fired and "sent right back to the
k i t c h e n." Representative Lm
Yuan-tsan told the provincial as assembly
sembly assembly that most women employes
are relatives of officials and are
doing nothing in government of of-fives
fives of-fives except idling away their
time.

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This would entitle you to count
your spades as a suit that had
been raised. You should add one
point for the fifth card in a raised
suit and two points for each extra
card so you should have counted
five points for your seven card
spade suit. Adding this to the nine
high card points, you would have
a 14-point hand, which should be
enough for game opposite an open opening
ing opening bid.
Your correct bid was either
three or four spades; not a mere

two.

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Family vacations are pretty won wonderfulexcept
derfulexcept wonderfulexcept for two days. The
day you leave home and ihe day
you get home.
Leaving day is always hectic.
You can't just tell a home t;oodby.
You've got to take care of all it's
needs before you leave it.
Stopping the milk the newspa newspapers
pers newspapers and the laundry pick.up.
Leaving a forwarding address
for the mail. Making arrangements
for someone to look after the yard.
Giving a house key to a neighbor,
in case something goes wrong.
Taking the dog to the vet's to
board.
Checking, checking, checking
to be sure all the winaows are luck lucked,
ed, lucked, that the appiances thai should
be disconnected are disconnected,
that the yard furniture is all mov
ed into the garage, and so on.
Then you finally ease out the

drivewsy with the car loaded with

(Dorothy Kilgallen is on va vacation.
cation. vacation. Her guest columnist to today
day today is Anne Meacham, the bril brilliant
liant brilliant young actress who will
star as Lizzie Borden in "Leg "Legend
end "Legend of Lizzie" on Broadway next
Fall.)

ANNE MEACHAM WRITES

The stage is my career, but a a-ninials
ninials a-ninials are jny hobby, so I'd like
to pull a switch and write about
a man I know who has made

friends with many a glittering star

because he s surrounded by am
mals. His name is Henry Trefflich
and if it alive he's got it, or
can get it anything from an a a-moeba
moeba a-moeba to a Mora.
His business, which has gros

sed over $l.0fl0,ono in a single
year, extends from here to Dac Dacca,
ca, Dacca, Pakistan, which is a point Of

embarkation for rhesus monkeys

Next to animals he loves show

people, and it's a mutual admira
tion society.
Trefflich's Pet Store at 228 Ful

ton St., in the heart of New York
Washington Market, occupies a
four storv building. Dogs, cats,

mice, fish, snakes, squirrels and
their required equipment are sold
on the main floor. The second
floor is for the birds.
The cast includes jibbering
parrots, finches in fifteen differ different
ent different colors, noisy parakeets, and
regal birds from all over the

world. Marlon Brando once spent
a day trying to get a prize my my-nah
nah my-nah bird to mumble. When he
succeeded, just before closing
time, he yelled to the clerk,
"Wrap it up
Monkeys are kept upstairs and
it is with the simians that the
bulk of Trefflieh's fancy pet-trad

ing is done. Known as 'The Mon Monkey
key Monkey King of America," he imports
the silly simians from British
West Africa and India, where he
has his own eight-acre compound
in Sierre Leone, for resale to va various
rious various research laboratories (and
organizations such as the Nation National
al National Foundation for Infantile Para Paralysis)
lysis) Paralysis) for which he is the agent.
(Actors, this is really a Monkey
agent!) He was the first to tran transport
sport transport convoys of animals by air
and this atmospheric Noah also

mit- is necessary to hunt the lit.
tie fellows in African-adults are
very dangerous almost impossible
to catch. But babies, we're told,
are lovable, if a bit hairy.

Mrs. Gertrude Linz, formerly of

Brooklyn, is a prominent gorilla
foster-mother. Gargtntua was her
baby. She has giver tip her prac

tice across the East River and
moved her nursery to Florida.
A moneky wrench got into the
Trefflich works one bright May
day when a shipment of over
100 monkeys flew their coon to
flood Washington Market. They
broke up many a casual New
Yorker with their foot-loose an antics
tics antics as they disrupted choir re rehearsal
hearsal rehearsal In a nearby church,
throve vegetables at each other
from vendors' carts, and stop,
pod progress on the ratling of
building. Their rescue enlisted
the aid of all the fellow mer merchants
chants merchants in the area armed with
nets, poles, umbrellas, and ba.
nanas.
Jimmy Durante once ventured

into the Trefflich compound on a
publicity stunt. He posed, most
obligingly, for a proboscis com comparison
parison comparison with a beautiful multi-eo-lored
toucan from South Ameri America.
ca. America. Durante won by a nose. Lat Later,
er, Later, Jimmy had his chance to stop
traffic in Washington Market. He
jumped onto a fruit vendor's cart
and sold all the fruit within ten
minutes using a spiel the like of
which had never been heard in
the highly competitive area.
Boxers are great pet hounds.
Kid Gavilan and Rocky Graziano
are steady chimp customers.
Mae West prefers chimps, too.
But what she prefers them to is

not known by Trefflich. She
wouldn't shop for hers in person,
and refused to see him to let
him give her some helpful hints
on its care, handling and habits.
An ideal pet, Trefflich claims,
is a cheetah, the fastest animal
of the jungle. He has a pair for
sale, so tame you could walk
them through the Westminster
Dog Show at Madison Square
Garden.
Chinese restaurants buy a lot

of tropical fish; bars are a Ml

points with pride to the fact that outlet for parrots

by his methods of supplying the
rhesus monkey, the Rh factor in
pregnant women was discovered.
But not all the apes go to be

family and all the comforts of i studied and probed and sacrified

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home you can pack up and take

along. And when you ve gooe a a-bout
bout a-bout 50 miles, too far to turn back,
you are sure to remember some
thing you neglected to do or for forgot
got forgot to bring along.
. So the first day can hardly be
counted part o your vacation.
And the last day is almost as
bad. You're tired and vou're an

xious to get home, and oecause
the adventure is already over, the
last day's drive is lust a chore.
The miles creep by, the hours pass
No time to stop and sight see the
last day. Everyone just wants to
get homo.
Finally, there's your town', your
neighborhood, your street. Though
It alwasys seems a bit surprising,
your house is still there and it
look good.

But today there's your town,
your neghborhood, your street.
Though it always seems a bit sur.
prising, your house is still therer-

and it looks good.
But today there's no time to sit
down ahd enjoy being home. You'
got to unload the car, sort and put

away ana ready the closed up
house for living.
If it weren't for the first day
and the last day, a family vaca vacation
tion vacation would be fun. Come to think
of it, maybe that's why 'o many
families decide to vacation at home

to miss those hectic first and last

days

A ereat many land in private

homes and this makes Bwana Tref
flich happy. lie loves, for instance,
to sell a marmoset to Denise Dar Dar-cel,
cel, Dar-cel, especially when she shops
with a slinky mink (coat).
He doesn't always make a sale.
For Patrice Munsel, Jean Seberg,
Jean Stapleton and Robert Mors?,
there just wasn't the right kind
of pet in stock. Miss Stapleton
ahd Mr. Morse were looking v for

wombats which have not yet been
brought successfully from their ha habitat
bitat habitat down-under.
Mrs. Fern Wanamaker is a
constsnt customer of Trefflieh's
in Philadelphia, located in Wana-

maker's store. She bought three
chimps t Christmas. Loves to let
them run loose in her home to
startle dinner guests. Later, if
they tire or the house, she turns
them Over to the Philly zoo.
Trefflich works very closely
with ioot. In fact, when you
read about a hippo or a baby
elephant packing his trunk for

a certain toolegical location, it
was probably Henry Trefflish
who made out the itinerary. He
proudly admits he was born In
a toe, too. Hit father was the
superintendent of the Hamburg
Zoo, and they had quarters on
the menagerie grounds.
There is a gorilla-nurse on the'
store's staff. Mrs. Lottie Sandman
who took care of the two baby
beasts which went to the St.
Louis Zoo. A governmental per-

Thresh Pat Suzuki copped onto

a pair of Japanese nightingales,
Pekin robins to the trade. Win Winston
ston Winston Guest is always welcome on
his shopping sprees for rare birds.
He pre ers the golden fronted Bui Bui-BUls.
BUls. Bui-BUls. Mary Martin bought crea creatures
tures creatures for her Brazilian home.
Tre flich loves circuses as much
as any kid, and regrets that King King-ling
ling King-ling Brothers are now tearing up
their canvas, playing indoors with
more scantily-clad girls than a a-nimal
nimal a-nimal acts. His other regret il
that Marilyn Monroe has never
been a customer.

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MONDAY, AUGUST 4, INI

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'1 1 1
Social and Otkeri

TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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Harnett Mi, Dunn
Samniar Jambre
Harnett and Dunn will haw
their first summer Jamboree Sat
urday August th at the American
Legion Club at Ft. Amador. The
dance will start at 7:10 and will
be lor the senior group only. That

Vjounfeil Collection

3n 3a6nion World

Bu Pirn Ba

new hit dance "The Chicken"
will be done for the first time at
this Jamboree by both the begin beginners
ners beginners 'and intermediate students.
Harnett and Dunn will also enter entertain
tain entertain with two of their latest num numbers
bers numbers the Cha-jwso and the Chit
ken. Students who will be part ot
the program are Brendita Ban Ban-house,
house, Ban-house, Joe Reynolds, Dale Searle
Ricky Selby, Carol Kapinot and
Billy Cox. Also lor the first time
to be presented at a Jamboree
will be the Paul Jones March, The
Circle Iindy and the Virginia Reel.
Pot the Jitterbug and Bop con contest
test contest there will be medals and tro trophies
phies trophies awarded. The judgea will

be Mr. and Mrs. Harned and Miss
Shirley Lee and the junior hosts

and hostesses will be Susan Un

rau, Duncan Brown, Caroline
Mounts, Frank' Rybicki, Beverly

Phillips and Douglas Crooks.

Parents are cordially invited to

attend. The following Saturday
Aug. 16th the second Jamboreee

will be held for the Junior stu

SPEBSQSA te Meet Tonight
Tonight a I 7:30 the regular Bar

bershop quartet meeting will be

held in the Agewood Bohio. All
men who like close harmony and

the old songs are invited.

vAPie riTPTiVinUee year for

Balmain! This experienced and

successful house presented one oi
the moot Imaginative and tbe
youngest collections seen here for

several seasons,
pi.r.-p Ralniain. an architect by

education, has never bee n m .iove denU t Americ, Legion Club
with the chemise line and Wj.lj0
h .ntirlv discarded the unfit-

ted.
He bases his collection on ah
underpinning which elevates and
emphasiies the bust line. The
waist line is almost always
raised; otherwise normal.
And what is entirely new is the
group of day dresses, coasts, and
evening dresses with big, almost
leg of mutton sleeves.
Another new detail: The use on
dresses or cftats or enorttous
carve or big detachable fur col collars
lars collars removable at will. 1
The home of Balmain is known
for magnificent embroideries, but
somehow this year these seemed
less magnificent than the master masterfully
fully masterfully cut black velvet sheaths,
the narrow drafred black jersey
evening dress with one ehoulder
bare, the pale beige cut velvet
dress and coat with a tiny mink
collar, the white, draped jersey
strapless long evening dress with
a leopard belt.
Chanel remains faithful to Cha

nel, in her fashion. The indestruc

tible coco designs tor nerseii ana
for women like herself who be believe
lieve believe that any fashion that sems

to try too hard to be smart can

never be smart.

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NEW YORK (NEA) A whis

ker here, a Htsker there. And

with a "there, that's finished'

air, Gyo Fujikawa glances up
from the Mother Goose-like cha

racter on her drawing board.

Her gaze movea from the de

sign for a baby cereal package

to the nooks of her Manhattan
studio apartment. Yea, she
thinks, it's far from the artist's

garret her parents feared she

would occupy..

As a little girl in her native
Los Angeles, Gyo brushed aside

family warnings about the hun

gry life of artists.

"Looking back at it now," she
says, "I guess I was quite an
enigma ... to my parenta and

everyone else. Instead of playing
with dolls and toys like, other
seven-year-olds. I" try to sketch

flowers and animals in a child
ish osrt of way. Eveven the 1

seemed to know what I wanted

to be when I grew up."

Manhattan

udio Far Cry From Garret

Her famous suits With loose

.traicht iackets aooear in bright

pink with brass buttons, in oiackJ fnieohone,

and white checks, in pinn ana

heim tweed, in olum color, in

lime green, and in enormous
black and white checks.
Two luxurious fur lined coats
have her own special casual ele elegance
gance elegance straight and simple.

tweed, lined with beige fox or

sable dyed marten.,
A departure for Chanel is

Cristobal Women's Club
To Sponsor Card Party
The Cristobal Women's Club will
sponsor a card party at the Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Service Center on Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, August 6, beginning at 1 p.m.
Tickets, are $1.00 per person and
players are asked to make up
tables and bring their own cards,
pencils and score pads. There
will be individual prize.

MEETINGS

lach notice for inclusion in this
column should b submitted in
(war-written torn and mailed
the box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
by band to Ibo oHica. Notices of
meetings cannot bo accented by

Cristobal Women's Club

Board of Directors
The Board of Directors of the
Cristobal Women's Club will mee
tomorrow morning August 5, at
the Red Cross Rooms at 9 a.m.

..Gyo was determined to be
a successful artist. It was rough

going, she admits i.ow. With a

shy smile, Gyo explains that her
parents were just being parents
when they objected to her future

plans.
"Not that they opposed me out

richt." she hastily adds. "But,

like all practical parents they

wanted to be sure that 1 couia
take care of myself and eventu eventually
ally eventually become self-supporting. The
life of an artist, they thought,
was too uncertain. They felt that
college would be better tha go going
ing going to art school."

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ships to two art schools helped.

At Chouinard Art msuiuie,

she studied drawing, painting,
design and layout. Then her ar artistic
tistic artistic thoughts turned to the land
of her ancestors, Japan. She feels

a year's intensive study in Jap Japanese
anese Japanese brush drawing is a great
help now.
"Brush drawing," she explains,
"is an intensely specialized type

bf work calling for an extraordi

nary amount of study, patience
and precise execution.
"It is not uncommon for an

artist to study his subject for
days in order to observe every

detail of line and form before
applying brush to paper."

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f,v Fujikawa sils at drawing board in her chic Manhattan

ttndin-apartment. a far rry from the stereotyped garret.

Once out of high school she set else, it takes

her small feet in a determined determination
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discovered there is more to suc success
cess success than talent.
"Talent is necessary, of course.
But that's only part of the story,"
Gyo confides. "As in anything

a lot of hard work,
and sincerity of

tn

Free lancing in Clifornia fol followed
lowed followed her Japanese sojourn and
then she turned her talents to
the make-believe world of
Walt Disney. Gyo loves drawing

for and about children. And
she feels the Disney technique
rubbed off in mny ways, espe especially
cially especially in her animal and nature
drawings.
If an occasional poodle char character
acter character gets into her illustrations,
it could be Suzu (Little Bell) or
Kku (Chrysanthemum). These
charming rascals share her
apartment and occasionally kib kibitz
itz kibitz at the drawing board.
Even though Gyo eased her

parents' worry of her future, she
isn't going to sit back and relax.
"No artist can afford to stand
still," she says. "There are too

MISS LAURA BURGOS, spe special
cial special representative of Germaine
Monteil beauty products, who
arrived here recently, will be
available at Motta's. Panama,
from today, Monday, until Au August
gust August 16 for consultations on
beauty and skin care. Advt.

. She demonstrated early

her parents that she was on many changes taking place all
the right track as she walked the time to permit complacency
out high school doors into the I and self-satisfaction."

Partitioned Hamper Helps Sort Laundry

black velvet, jety ttarrow tuntc
dress' witrflXMtf 'cfired marten

edging the tunic, making cuffs
and a hat.
Jacques Heim follows his pen penchant
chant penchant for colors and spots the
collection with Peruvian pinks,
bright reds, purple, artichoke
green, turquoise.
As in the rest of the couture,
this house also minimizes tbe
chemise and accents the slihtly
lifted waistline.
There is much emphasis on
sleeves here. There are padded,
definitely padded hips, with tiny
waists for day, late day and eve evening.
ning. evening. Two of his rough wool coats are
lined luxuriously with silver -fox
or racoon.
A very new line is shown late
day and evening a tunic cut up
in the front, dropping hem length
in the back. Notable here are

evening coats of brilliant mohair

and wool smocked like a child's

coat and worn over satin or kme

dresses.

Shown with this luxurious col

lection were hats among them

slouch hats of pheasant feathers

and of leopard, head bands look
ing very Hew with pheasant fea
ther trimmings and gay explo
sions of ostrich or coq.

Lt. Carvyn H. Moumblow
Memorial Auxiliary te

Meet This Evomm
Lt. Garyyh rf. Moumblow Memo Memorial
rial Memorial Auxiliary to Post 3476, veter veterans
ans veterans of Foreign Wars, will hold its
regular business meeting this

BY KAY SHERWOOD
COMETA No. 2-NOCHE
The mounting pile of washables
points up inadequacies in the
hamper storage for, oiled cloth clothing.
ing. clothing. The many different fabrics
and the varying washing pro procedures
cedures procedures for each, plus the facts
that automatic equipment nas
permitted the homemaker to pick
the spot and the time to wash
when it suits her, have an influ influence
ence influence on selection of efficient
hampers.
Important today, for example,
with the delicate fabrics is that
lanndrv hamuers offer smoth-

sided interiors to prevent snag

ging of fibers.
I'm not the only one who has
wished for partitioned hampets
so that soiled clothing could be
automatically sorted into wash

loads.
Ready-made hampers abound,
of course, in all sizes and shapes
and for the most part are in
tended for use in the bathroom
or possibly the bedroom. I have
seen only one or two partitioned
hampers, however.

Sttk-4aetii ..4-"eeeple frame

of mind, therefore, when a de designer
signer designer of projxets. for amateur
handy men came up with an idea
for a three-part hamper easy
onoueh to make, neat and tti-

imninrf nt 4ha Dac( hnmn in ( r i t-

tobal at 7:30. Mrs. Helen Fogle lore.d aPPrance and with the
will be the hostess for the evening. basic rlruem!nts.."1f 2

All members are requested to at

tend.

Junta Fomenina
Members of the Junta Femeni Femeni-na
na Femeni-na de Beneficencia will meet at
the usual place of business tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. The main item on the agenda
will be the installation of officers
for the 1958-1959 term.
The newly elected officers are:
president, Miss Linda Henry; vice
president, Mrs. Isolene Solomon;
financial secretary, Mrs. Lilia Ga Ga-ray;
ray; Ga-ray; recording secretary, Miss
Philibert Alphonse; treasurer,
Mrs. Ana Morgan, re-elected.
Board of directors: Miss Vivian
Witter, chairman; Mrs. enith
Spence, secretary; Mrs. Zenobia
Warner, Mrs. Paulina Boza. Miss
Bertha Thirlwall, Mrs. Geraldine
Drakes.
The meeting will begin promptly
at 7:30 p.m.

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nprs smoothness and Eood ven

tilation more than provided for.
Another feature of this hamper
is that it rolls freely on two -urh
casters.

This is an oversize hamper and

the mobility means it can be

pushed to the machine, keeping

soiled clothing corraled and on
the floor.

Feo board, common lumber,

nails, corrugated fasteners and a
set of casters are the materials

needed. The model dimensions

are:- three fees' long, 18 inches
high an two feet wide.
The interior is divied into

three sections and the perforated
hardboard dividers slide into
place in tracks formed by Vs-inch
quarjer-round fastened with
brads to the framing supports
The harr.pfer consists of a series
of six lumber frameworksiden frameworksidentical
tical frameworksidentical ends, tops, bottoms and sides
with the perforated hardboard
nailed on the inside except for the
top, where hardboard is nailed o
ver the frame.
It is assembled by fastening the
front, back and ends to the bot bottom.
tom. bottom. The hinged top is last to to
into position. I would also arl'i
rubber bumpers to cushion the
top. especially if children use it
The hamper may be painted to
blend with the color scheme or

to add a new, bright note in a

utility room.
The original model is parti u u-laryly
laryly u-laryly attractive because the three
divisions are painted white, pink
and red as color code for types
of clothes to be placed in the
compartments.
Dimensions can be varied to
suit .snaee and family needs. If

your household nanay man, nKe

ours, sees tnis as a project lor
the winter of 1965, it may com comfort
fort comfort you to know that a profes professional
sional professional carpenter told me ft
wouldn't cost very much in time
and materials to build, especially
if I'd do the painting.

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MAKE FRIENDS

Funeral Tomorrow
For Film Pioneer
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 4 (Ul'D (Ul'D-Funeral
Funeral (Ul'D-Funeral services will be conduct
ed tomorrow at Forest Lawn Me Me-nfroial
nfroial Me-nfroial Park for Albert E. Smith
84, pioneer film maker who help helped
ed helped found the famous Vitagr;-nJ:.
Co.
Smith filmed Roosevelt's Rough
Riders wnen they embarked for
Cuba. He was credited wffli popu popularizing
larizing popularizing newsreels. He died last
Friday night.

Homemade laundry hamper of perforated hardboard has three
compartments, earn painted s different color for quick identi identification
fication identification of garments. Holes provide ventilation for elothins-

An adult, planning a party for
teen agers, will run less risk of
having the party turn out a dud
if he asks for advice from a
teen-ager or two.
They know what will go over
with their crowd and will be a
hie to make suggestions that will
Kelp lo make the part a success.
SHORTS ARE TABOO
DAYTON, Ohio (UPI) Short
shorts are out at St. Elizabeth
Hospital.
"Patients are supposed to be
quiet and not become excited," a
spokesman explained.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 1051
Braves Widen National League Lead

To 5 Games

Sweep Doubleheader From
Faltering Trisco Giants

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 4 (UPI) You can tear up
those tickets for San Francisco, but don't worry be because
cause because it'll still be a "'California World Series" after
all between Los Angeles resident Fred Haney and
Casey Stengel of Glendale.

' Milwaukee's back-on-the beam
Braves took care of that little
Item yesterday when they bolted
five games ahead of the National
League pack by thumping the fal faltering
tering faltering Giants twice, 4-3 and 6-0
Oh Haney wouldn't definitely ad admit
mit admit 'his Braves were "in" yet to today
day today and Bill Rigney likewise would
not concede his Giants were lick licked,
ed, licked, but whom do they think they're
kidding.? .
Bob Trowbridge and Joe Adcock
polled their talents to give Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee its victory in the opener.
Trowbridge pitched seven innings
of hitless ball in relief for his
first victory of the year and Ad Adcock
cock Adcock drave in the winning run with
i sacrifice fly in the eighth after
iying the score with his 14th hom homer
er homer in the sixth.
Southpaw Warren Spahn regis registered
tered registered the 43rd shutout of his career
and 14th win of the season' when
he hurled a four-hitter in the night nightcap.
cap. nightcap. Homers by Wes Covington
and Frank Torre sparked a three three-run
run three-run rally in the fifth. Johnny An An-tonelli
tonelli An-tonelli and Ruben Gomez were the
losers.
The Pittsburgh Pirates, get getting
ting getting the finest pitching in both
leagues, took the opener from
the St. Louis Cardinals, 2-0, and
led by the same score in the
nightcap which was suspended
in the fifth inning because of
Pennsylvania's Sunday curfew
law.
Bob Friend pitched the third
atright shutout by a Pirate hurler
to notch his 14th triumph in the
opener, and Bill Virdon's homer
helped send the skidding Cards
down to their seventh straight loss.
Sal Maglie was the loser. Rookie
George Witt was working on a
four-hit shutout in the nightcap
Which will be resumed with Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh batting in the bottom of the
fifth on Sept. 16. Bob Skinner
twice singled home runs lor the
Pirates of Wilmer (Vinegar Bend)
Mizell.
Alex Kellner, an American
League discard, scored his fourth
victory for Cincinnati by defeating
Los Angeles, 3-1, in the nightcan
following a 10-inning 8-6, triumph
by the Dodgers in the opener.
Loser Don Drysdale helped him him-telf
telf him-telf to a 1-0 lead with a third in inning
ning inning homer in the nightcap and
held that margin until the seventh
When the Redlegs scored three runs
on George Crowe's triple, a wild
pitch, a walk and Bob Thurman's
homer. That ended a string of
nine straight wins by the Dodgers
over the Redlegs this season.
Pinch-hitter Elmer Valo and Jim
Gilliam singled home the two runs
In the 10th that won the opener
tor Los Angeles. John Roseboro's
second homer of the game put the
Dodgers ahead in the ninth. Smoky
Burgess then tied the score with
i pinch homer in the bottom of
the frame. Duke Snider also
homered for Los Angeles. Clem
Labine was the winner and Brooks
Lawrence the loser.
Ray Semproch scored his 13th
rlctory in leading the Phillies to
in 8-2 opening game decision but
the Cubs bounced back to take the
ftightcap, 12-10.
Semproch drove in two runs as
the Phils rallied for five off Tay Taylor
lor Taylor Phillips in the third inning of
the opener and Philadelphia look look-Id
Id look-Id at if it was going to make
It a sweep by coming up with five
runt in the first inning of the
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nightcap. The Cubs, however, cut
that to 5-3 and then put together
a pair of four-run rallies in the
fifth and seventh to offset another
five-run outburst by Philadelphia
in the ninth. Ernie Banks hit his
30th homer with two on to heip
reliever Marcelino Solis get the
victory. Chico Fernandez and Mor Morris
ris Morris Thacker also hit homers.
Over in the American League,
the White Sox vaulted into third
place by sweeping a twtnbill
from the Yankees, 3-1, and 4-0.
Even so, the Yankees still are
15 1-2 games ahead.
Dick Donovan held the Yanks to
tltree hits, including a homer by
Bill Skowron, in beating Whitey
Ford and posting his eighth vic victory
tory victory in the opener. Ray Moore
followed with a five-hit shutout for
his seventh victory in the finale.
Johnny Kucks started the night nightcap,
cap, nightcap, yielded four singles and two
runs, and was charged with his
fourth defeat.
So flexible is the A. L. race
that Cleveland dropped from se second
cond second place to fifth by losing a
doubleheader to Boston, 3-2 and
4-2. Ted Williams' 18th homer with
one on in the ninth off Gary Bell
gave the Red Sox their victory
in the opener and halted Cleve Cleveland's
land's Cleveland's seven-game winning streak.
Boston won the nightcap with a
four-run rally in the eighth inning
at the expense o' loser Ray Nar Nar-leski
leski Nar-leski and Hoyt Wilhelm. Murray
Wall and Mike Fornieles were the
winning pitchers for the Red Sox,
who snapped a five-game losing
streak.
Paul Foytack and Billy Hoeft
pitched the Tigers to a sweep
over the Orioles, 3-2 and 4-1. Each
yielded eight hits and was credit credited
ed credited with his eighth victory as De Detroit
troit Detroit stretched its winning streak
to six games and Baltimore's los

ing streak to seven games.
Billy Martin scored what proved
to be the winning run in the open opener
er opener on Milt Pappas' wild pitch.
Charley Maxwell and Harvey
Kuenn each homered in the night nightcap.
cap. nightcap. Baltimore manager Paul Rich
ards was ejected in each game.
Kansas City beat Washington
12-0, in the first game, then lost
the 15-inning nightcap, 4-3. Eddie
Yost singled home the winning run
off Murry Dickson in the finale to
earn Pedro Ramos his 10th
triumph. Ralph Terry tossed a five
hitter for his seventh victory in
the opener while Roger Maris con contributed
tributed contributed two homers, including oie
with the bases full, a triple and
a double.
Jim Troup Lands
First Sailfish
James A. Troup of the U.S. Air
Force caught his first saikfish
yesterday aboard the Agewjod,
about two miles this side of Ta Ta-boguilla
boguilla Ta-boguilla island. It weighed 69
Yi lbs.
I roup and a group of young
people sailed from the dock at
8 a.m. and headed up the chan channel
nel channel towards the island. Fifty
minutes later, Troup mad his
strike.
TAKES OVER NEW POST
JEDDA, Saudi Arabia (UPI)
Crown Prince Faisal, who recent
ly took over control of the gov government
ernment government from his brother. King
Saud, has assumed the post of fi
nance minister in addition to his
other posts of prime minister and
minister of foreign affairs, it was
announced last night.
DRIVE-IN
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with Marion Michel
- Also: -GUNSLINGER
With John Ireland

VICTORIA

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WORLD
THE JUNGLE

LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on 225 official at batt)
National League G AB R H Pet.
Ashburn, Phi. 99 395 63 135 .342
Mays, S. F. 101 400 71 134 .335
Musial, St L. 96 340 46 114 .335
Skinner, Pitt. 96 357 67 11 .331
Dark, Chicago 86 34 640 113 .327
Aaron, Mil. 99 392 74 12j .319
Cepeda, S. F. 100 405 61 128 .316
Walls, Chicago 103 415 68 130 .313
Banks, Chicago 104 416 78 127 .305
Snider, L. A. 79 246- 31 75 .305

American League
Howard, N. Y. 67 232 31 79 .341
Goodman, Chi.
Kuenn, Detroit
Runnels, Boston
Power, Clev.
Cerv, K. C.
Fox, Chicago
Siebern, N. Y.
Kaline, Detroit
Nixon, Clev.
68 257 30 85 .331
92 362 50 113 .3?9
95 363 63 118 .325
97 386 66 124 .321
93 349 65 118 .321
104 416 59 132 .317
84 282 49 88 .312
99 358 51 111 .310
75 239 28 71 .310
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Aaron, Braves
Walls, Cubs
Mathews, Braves
30
28
24
21
21
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Mantle, Yankees
Cerv, Athletics
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, Indians
30
28
28
28
23
RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Anderson, Phillies
Cepeda, Giants
Walls, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
87
82
7
63
61
61
American League
Jensen, Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Lemon, Senators
92
77
72
67
65
LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 10 decisions)
National League
McCormiek, Giants
Grissom, Giants
Purkey, Redlegs
Semproch, Phillies
Spahn, Braves

W L Pet.
8 3 .727
7 3 .700
13 6 .684
13 6 .684
14 7 .667
10 2 .833
16 4 .800
13 5 .722
8 3 .750
7 3 .700

American League
Delock, Red Sor
Turley, Yankees
K7rd, Yankees
Hyde, Senators
Moore, White Sox
Pulido Narrowly
Escapes Injury
In Track Spill
AGUA CALIENTE, Mexico.
(UPI) Five jockeys escaped
serious injury or death at Agua
Caliente race track here yesterday
in the worst spill of the year.
The only jockey who received
a broken bone in the accident,
which saw live two-year-olds go
down, was Emilio Castro who suf suffered
fered suffered a broken wrist.
The spill occurred as the horses
rounded the far turn in the first
race.
"Unquestionably, the Calie n t e
safety helmet, worn by all jock jockeys
eys jockeys here, prevented death or ser serious
ious serious injury," officials said
In rapid succession, Suspense,
ridden by Arthuf L. Anderson
Virginia Maurine, with Roger In In-ous;
ous; In-ous; Codas Fillee, with Castro
aboard; Tapwood, with Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian Belloin Pullido up, and Sa Sa-catter
catter Sa-catter Curls, ridden by George
Gibbons went down.
It happened so fast it was dif difficult
ficult difficult to tell exactly what happen happened.
ed. happened. All of the two-year-olds scram scrambled
bled scrambled up and dashed down the
track.
As a precauionary measure, the
stewards took the Tour riders who
suffered no broken bones off their
remaining mounts for medical ob ob-servation.
servation. ob-servation. TODAY-ENCANTO-35-20
Mickey Rooney in
"BABY FACE NELSON"
- Also: -Joel
McCrea in
"TROOPER HOOK"
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with John Wayne
- Also:
WESTWARD HO
THE WAGONS
with Fesa Parker

HOLE-IN-ONE TROPHY A. J. O'Leary, assistant comptroller of the Panama Canal Com Company,
pany, Company, holds a golf ball mounted in a sterling silver cup bearing the notation of his hole-in-one
at the 15th hole at Fort Amador Golf Club this Sear. The two witnesses of his feat
were, left, Maj. Peter Grosz, Jr., and right, Dr. Jack StrSmpf of Gorgas Hospital. John Mayles,
second from left, Is the Panama representative of Dunlop golf balls, who presented the trophy
to O'Leary.

Evening Star Bests Ragazza
In Republic Of Chile Classic

SKI-DADDL1NG Airborne
up spray at Cypress Gardens,

title and tne New Orleans championship and is sharpening up
for the national tournament in Georgia and additional glory.

TIME DIFFERENCE

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on one slat, Nande Hideout kicks J
Fla. The nifty miss won the Dixie

The Stud Chahe's classy Chilean
filly Evening Star yesterday after

noon raced to her third consecutive
victory in the featured $2,500 ad added
ded added Republic of Chile Classic for
three and four-year-old fillies over
one mile at the President Remon
racetrack.
. Mutuels favorite Ragazza finish finish-Id
Id finish-Id second after giving a good ac account
count account of herself. The usually fast
breaking Ragazza got off last in
the four-horse field this time but
swept to the front when she found
an opening entering the back back-stretch.
stretch. back-stretch. Evening Star, under good rating
by Alfredo Vasquez, kept along alongside
side alongside Ragazza while Rosita Maria
also raced close up for the run
down the backstretch. At the far
end of the long backstretch, Ra Ragazza
gazza Ragazza and Evening' Star pulled a a-way
way a-way from Rosita Maria and Even Evening
ing Evening Star again took the lead two
furlongs out to keep it to the fin finish
ish finish despite repeated attempts by
Ragazza to get back in front.
Evening Star crossed the finish
line a half length to the good with
the late responding As You Like
Her third five length behind. Ro Rosita
sita Rosita Maria wound up last. The time
for the mile was a fair 1:41 1-5.
Evening Star, an outsider in the
betting, despite being unbeaten
here, paid $10.80 and $3.20.
Braulio Baeza pushed home five
winners to be easily the saddle
star of the day. He scored with
Rajah, Luciano, Tinela, Mossadeq
and Informal after the fans gave
him a heavy close of Bronx cheers
for losing with odds-on mutuels
Romancero in the first race.
The day's juciesl payoff was the
first double, Atomic Spring-Rajah,
which paid $201.20.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1 Atomic Spring $11.80, $2.20
2 Romancero $2.20
SiCOND RACE
1 Rajah $11, $4
2 Aberargie $3
First Double: $101.20
THIRD RACI
1 xHenco $4.20. 12.80
2 Titita $2.40
One-Two: $U.J0
FOURTH RACE
1 Folletito $5.60, $3.40
2 &l fequeno $5.20
Qulniola: $70.80
FIFTH RACI
1 Luciano $4.20, $7.80
2 Alpina $7.80
SIXTH RACE
1 Cypress Bull $10.60, $4.1
2- Sitabu $3
SEVENTH RACE
1 Sputnik $4.60, $2.60
2 Abolengo $3.40
Second Double: $34.40
EIGHTH RACE
1 Tinela $7.60, $5.20
2 Yotikito $12.60
Quinlola: $40.40
NINTH RACE
1 Mossadeq $4, $2.40
2 Bacancito $4.20
One-Two: $11.20
TENTH RACI
1 Evening Star $10.80, $3.20
2 Kagazza $2.60
ELEVENTH RACE
1 Informal $3.60, $2.20
2 Homan $2.20
TWELFTH RACE
1- Lanero $4.60, $2.60
I Camberwell $2.60

Editor: CONRAOO SARGEAN'f

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Cincinnati
Philadelphia
Los Angeles
St. Louis
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TODAY'S GAMES
San F i.ncisco at Chicago (NV
Los Angeles at St. Louis (N)
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N)
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
First Carnal
San Francisco of 2 nnn nnn
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Briggs and Neeman.
Semproch (13-6) and Hegan.
(Second Game)
Chicago 021 040 410-12 13 2
Philadelphia 500 000 005-10 11 3
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Henry and Thacker.
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Cincinnati 100 020 021 06 10 l
Koufax, Labine (5-3), Klippstein
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Purkey, Acker, Jeffcoat, Lawr Lawrence
ence Lawrence (7-8), Schmidt and Bailey.
(Second Game)
Los Angeles 001 000 0001 5 0
Cincinnati 000 000 30x 3 6 0
Drysdale (5-11), Kipp, Birrer
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Kellner (3-1) and Burgest.
(First Game)
St. Louis 000 000 0000 9 1
Pittsburgh 000 101 OOx 2 6 l
Maglie (2-4), Paine and Green.
Friend (1441) and Kravitz.
(Called: Curfew te be completed
(Second Game)
St. Louis ooo 000' 4
Pittsburgh 001 012 9
St. Louis: Mizell and Green.
Witt and Foiles.

The Boxing Crime They Forget
-How Little A Fighter Is Paid

By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA1 The hie.
gest crime committed by people
connected witn ooxing won t be
brought before a grand jury.
It is something you hear about
only in places fighters are. The
way boxing is rigged today, they
aon i gee pain enougn to live on.
And those responsible don't teem
to care.
Len Matthews, who is 21, was
talking and he could hardly be
heard because the big, painted
factory windows in the Madison
Square Garden shower room bad
been pulled open and when a
diesel bus would start away from
the stop outside on 50th street
its roar would fill the room.
"Yet, sir," Matthews nodded.
"All I wants to do is take care
of myself. They do the rest for
me."
Matthews it a 135-pound pre preliminary
liminary preliminary tighter and he bad just
scored his 12th knockout in an
undefeated 13 bout career by
breaking thr jaw of Bobby Rog Rogers
ers Rogers in an eight-round semi-final
When he walked out of the ring
most of the fight guys present
grunted that he would be a good
lightweight some day.
Now he was standing on a chair,
nuttine on his clothes to they
wouldn't drag on the wet cement
door. His slender hmdi still had
the outlines of adhesive tape on
them.
"He comes from a broken home,
kind of a wild background," sec
ond was saying- "So I moved him
into my house. You d be surprised
how many people would like to
move him in with them now."
A week later, Rudy Sawyer, an another
other another kid, had won the sixth of
his last seven bouts by turning
back Cecil Shorts in a 10 round
semi and he was sitting on the
same dressing room chair while a
guy explained to him, "You take
care of yourtel and you'll never
see another Hungry day."
"Hungry," Sawyer said. "I
haven't had a dime in my life."
Sandy Saddler, the ex-featherweight
champion who seconds
him, e haltered, "I want to tea you

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York if 31' .5f
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Cleveland
Baltimora
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Washington
New York at Baltimore (N)
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Chicago 210 000 Olx-4 a a
trucks (7 -) Shantz and Berra.
Moore (7-3) and LoHar.
(First Game)
Boston 000 001 002-3
Cleveland 000 002 0002
Delock, Byerly, Wall (6-7)
White.
Bell (5-5) and Nixon.
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and
(Second Game)
Boston 000 000 040-4 11 5
Cleveland 001 100 000-2 6 0
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Narleski (H-9), Wilhelm, Mossi
and Brown.
(First Gam)
Baltimore
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Detroit
Pappas (7-5), Lehman and
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(Second Game)
Baltimore 100, 000 000-1 8 1
Detroit 100 111 00x-4 9 I
Brown (4-1), Beamon and Gins
berg.
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Washington 000 000 000-0 5 0
Kansas city 011 008 02x-12 14 0
Kern merer (S-10), Romonosky,
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Terry (7-8)and House.
(Second Game)
Wash. 001 110 000 000 001-4 14 1
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and Courtney.
Urban, Tomanek, Dickson (7-5)
and House.
In a njain event so there'll be
some money around."
The hlunt 4Wttk il.i ..
. uvui is uiai DOtn
fh WCT a,n,d Mahews tnd all
the hopeful fighters like them in
nLhM !m fight c,ubs
probably will wind up with only
a small hull,. . ,
iiqj vui oi ooxing.
A?Jyr, nndiul make it these
it K lou wanted t0 w Price
LtS 25,1 aingt ther of
these, kids making any appreci appreciable
able appreciable amount of money. The Ray
Robinson .n,i r 7..
are few. "a B"MU(S
tJtt ?2 h placed Meetly
on the International Boxing Club's
DOllrv nf m-.kk:.- n 7
t. l nai profit
lit te,evii?n and paying off
main Avon r rfU. -n i
aJ7ZL ""icrs WHO $4,000
thmg hist a bit thiazide of a
handout. Not once has the IBC at attempted
tempted attempted to give the main event
fighters a better going rate
By the time a fighter is through
Paying a manager, expenses
second' tn dressing room
attendant everybody who has hit
palm turned up he comes awav
with about $2,000. Way
hPl'A'J? 8t,retcn thi """I
his next television ight. If you get
two or three of these a year you
are doing well. An injury or a
postponement can break a fighter
c.us can make it anyl
more," Nick Florio, the trainer
was aavintr t a : 7
tnr.w i u"wn 'O tne
work to keep goinc
I couldn't maj
utnerwise
ikelL"
WniIe ,h? "Poke, kids were using
Stillman s Gymnasium for train training.
ing. training. They had been up early in
the morning doing miles of road road-work.
work. road-work. Now and thin they get
dropped into a preliminary some
place, if they're lucky. They'll get
$50 here, maybe at much at $150
there.
They ill dream of making main
event status. Then whn they get
there, with their noses pushed in
and faces changed, they find noth-
fL
The -sgind jury hears only of
Frank Carbft.
The kids who lake the beating
are (or got ten.

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MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 1958
PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NlWSPATBv
sassaHSSSfsa.
Marlboro To Play
Nacional Tonight
At Abel Bravo Gym
HEAP BIG INJUN

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CLIMBING THE BOARDS Fort Kobbe forward Dick Hill
UlTleaps high into the air at the Fort Kobbe Bymnasium to
mare a rebound In Thursday night's 84-79 loss to the Albrook
Flyers. Standing with their feet glued to the floor are team teammates
mates teammates George Hamilton (18) and Gene Miller (21) as an un unidentified
identified unidentified Albrook player anticipates a talWL
Kobbe's high scorer in the opening game of the 1958 Panama
Armed Forces League with 21 points. (U.S. Army Photo)

m .1 tlH

by
Dan Daniel

Tht Marlboro and Neelosnl
tiimi of th Panama Provincial
Baske ball Laagua will play a
benefit gam af th. Abel Brivo
high school tonight to aid in fi financing
nancing financing tho Colon Minor Leaque
Basketball Tournament which i

'Fly in the Milwaukee

o
baseball,

ointment: business mne, are

beginning to khp- aboui iuc lag,
in sales when club is playing they
might as well close shop because
lorvhnitv't either it the Dark or

scheduled to gat under way noxt listenirg in one outdoor movie
nontn' house folded after 20 years . .and

verv SDare recreational aonar

Marlboro's Em matt Irayant,
who broke the scoring record for
a single game last Saturday
night when he scored So points,
will be among tho cago start who
will ba seen in action.
Yuyin Luzcando, who has not
boon on the boards in Colon
since 1951, is also scheduled to
take part in toniqht's contest.
The game is schodulod to be begin
gin begin at 7:30 p.m.

Senators, Phillies
In 'Hall Of Fame'
Annual Game Today

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y., Aiie

(UPI) The Washington Senators

and Philadelphia Phillies meet to to-i
i to-i day in the annual "Hall of Fame"
' exhibition game in this Lakeside
! town where Gen. Abner Double Double-dav
dav Double-dav is said to have founded baseball.

goes for baseball ... the other JNL

towns should have it so good. .
Meanwhile, in the clubhouse of
the Braves, you never saw such a
bunch of cold guys . equally un-

afiected by victory or defeat. .
I simply a bunch of stars banded
I together. .
I Norm Van Brocklun. pawned to
,the Eagles in the most signi icant
ideal in pro ioo;ball, docs not hate
Sid Gillman "We say hello. We
.talk. We just don't happen to
think alike." . .He was shocked
when the Rams dealt him off, al although
though although he'd announced retirement
I. .first two nights he spent get get-1
1 get-1 ting acquainted with Philly were
' at the ball park watching the LA
j Dodgers . .they coudn't even

get him to talk football, so great
is his baseball obsession. .
The SF Giants believe they'd
h-ve it licked . if waivers could

4 be s-'ien on Earlv Wvnn . and

mWrV1 1 Watt MtW M

Norm Van Brock""

am
Be
few

and I am

That Walter Francis 0' Maliey's player. I coudn't fine one. 1
guillotine is being honed for poor not the stern disciplinarian
w.n.r Atttnn hardlv rates as sides, plan to go on for a

..,. Autnn'i! demise as manager years more as a player

o the Los Angeles club became a j not in favor of player-managers."
...rtQintv hefore July 4, and was Reese is about through in the

v,,, ........ u. D,,t ., tV,t V, Un-

a rtre-LaDOr vay uum nciu. uui my guess la luai uc uaa

ma iiunu auuui "is I
for the Dod

especially in the

i Loiiseum picture as it shapes up
right now.

Big Bonus. Meal Checks
Nearly Ruined Joey Jay

the Chisox would peddle him to
the Golden Gate. .
Red Schoendienst spying Leo
Durocher the first time since the
California dunking party: "1 lin;)c
I never hear of Hollywood, you or
the west coast." Kidding of

( course . .and if you think Fred
Usually the game between big- Haney had something to worry a a-league
league a-league teams follows induction ce- bout then, what about the day in
remonies for the Hall of Fame Dallas on the eve of the season
located here. 1 when first Lou Burdette, followed

by buddy Warren Spahn, dived in-

:;a. k veteran member of his i not changed

cast recently in Philadelphia. qualifications
What is shaping up fits into the ; ger command

traditional pattern, it your emu
u .tasreering. you first prepare

tht fans with carfully placed in
timations of an impending change

denials. Oni

ed

mi .... lccne M(H I

ineu JUU '"" ..,!rh

top of these comes me iins,
Wy f- demand-

insistence tnai uw v

I a new aMt .
As the story took shape in PM

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easant aiternauve.

Desperation Moves in tht
Los Angeles Personnel

11 9

unpie

What has happened to the

transplanted Dodgers? The rea reasons
sons reasons for the flop are many. Not to
be played down is the shift from
Brooklyn, where the players were
in a friendly, -favorable atmos atmosphere.
phere. atmosphere. If they wer going well, they
got strong acclaim. If they were
fn trouble, they received a full
measure of sympathy.
In Los Angeles, they found

tneraseives just so many mem members
bers members of a circus olavin? to a rilv

wf relocated persons who had

Alston was

no ball of fire when their roots in Iowa, Kansas am

-.n.j learivrshin. and, in mat

regard, he has not changed He
i, not the easiest manager to in interview,
terview, interview, he never pops off. Cora Cora-Bared
Bared Cora-Bared with the voluble Casy Sten Stengel,
gel, Stengel, Walter sounds like the sphinx
with laryngitii.
However, Alston Is hones
forthright, soupd as a basebal
pilot. Three years older, he is
the very same Alston who in 1955
led the Dodgers not only to the
pennant with 98 victories, but
to the world champioship over
the Yankees, as well.
Even if the club had remained
In tolerant Brookyn, which nap:
taken to the' quiet Alston in spite
r.nnrts that It would accept

only a gabby, flamboyant Duro Durocher
cher Durocher type of manager v alter
would have been on the skids. The
situation shouts for a whipping
bIn Los Angeles, led to expect a
pennant contender and hoaxed
by Time and Circumstance into a
flop drastic action is manda
toryl Alston will go, be it before
Aug 11, or after the World Series.

It Will

Bo Drtston,
Not Reese

and

liti

f i

The new manager doubtless
will be Chuck Dressen. He is m
the bullpen, awaiting the call. He
was placed in that position on the
day he wai signed as a coach last
winter. ...
Well, do we recollect the vig vigorous
orous vigorous denials of Buziie Bavasi.
"Alston is our man, and a good
way for Dressen's friends to get
him fired would be to try- to build
up an anti-Alston situation," Buz Buziie
iie Buziie vehemed,
Dressen never should have been
fired by O'Mailey. But the pre president
sident president of the club got a letter
from Mrs. Chuck which, for some
reason, made her husband per persona
sona persona non grata in Flatbush. Dres Dres-sen'i
sen'i Dres-sen'i demand for a two-year con contract,
tract, contract, soon rescinded, also was re reported
ported reported to have figured in his dis

missal,
Drrssen's engagement as a
coach was an admission that a
mistake had been made when he
Was thrown out.
Pee Wee Reese's friends around
mere, and they are legion, still

lope fce Will get the job. But he
oi not, being considered, for the

ood reason that he doesn't want

After Dressen had been fired.

vast flew to Indianapolis where
had a lecret conference with

"If you say so, you are the

manager of the Dodgers."

ie told Pee Wee. "I don't want

the inficlder insisted. So All-

was caile from Mon'rc.tl.
flew to Louisville to ask Reese

he had refused the manager-
"I a J not the ype," Pee-

laughed, "i couldn t fire a

way states, in r latDusn, they were

dem Bums. In Hollywood, tfwi

possible that too many gold play
Another factor in Dodger de deterioration
terioration deterioration is the failure of what
once Was a very productive farm
system.
Refusing to become strong ,bed ,bed-ders
ders ,bed-ders for diamond precosity In the

nigniy expensive bonus field, the
Dodgers threw too great a bur burden
den burden on scouting. Then, to,, it is
possible that too many golld play play-wrrs
wrrs play-wrrs were sold.
On top of all this are wear and
tear and player age. Men who had
been pennant winners or eonten-

ders year after year found the go going
ing going too tough.
'If it weren'.t for Don Zimi.ier,
with his .296; bum knee Duke
Snider with his .295, and Sandy
Koufax with 8 and 4, Johnny Po
dres with his 10 victories and
Norm Larker's .344, with a Player
of the Month Dotenlial nf

Gil Hodges' .247, Reese's ".241.

uon Drysadles's 10 defeats, Clem
5'&i.Wy, apd Johnny Lip
stein s 0 ana 2, among other fai failures,
lures, failures, would have made the Los
Angeles setup far gloomier'.
For 0'Malley, there Is no com commiseration
miseration commiseration around here. For the
Dodgers, for Alston, there is compassion.

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) Even a
kid like Joey Jay, the Milwaukee
Braves1 big right-hander, reminds
you that time can change things.
He is only 22 now and is probably
the best pitcher, along with War Warren
ren Warren Spahn, Fred Haney has.
The first time we saw Jay he
wa throwinc in front of the Mil

waukee dugout betore a mgni
game at the Polo Grounds with
the New York Giants m 1951 and
Charley Grimm was the Bravo'
manager..:. .-J- 0
rWho is that big guy?" some somebody
body somebody asked Grimm.
"The name is Jay ...Joey Jay,"
Charley mused. "He is the first
Little Leaguer who ever made the
majors. He's a bonus kid AH he
has is Cadillacs. They used to pay
money for bonus players, but he
is starting a new trend. He gets

Cadillacs."

"I sat around for two solid years round. I mean the meal checks,
doing nothing but taking up space i too. I hear some of them were as

on the bench and eating ail tne Dig as nis bonus check

But there are no players to he
inducted into the Hall this year.
TU. 1 U f

i ur ri ii nil ci i vine u.v inemuers vi

tne Basehail Writers Association
nf America failed to give any in individual
dividual individual the required percentage
of ballots necessary for election.
Baseball Commissioner Ford
Frick and other officials of the
game were scheduled to speak
briefly at ceremonies dedicating a
ne section of the Hall.

food they could cook," the big
guy says. "Lazy? You have no i i-dea
dea i-dea how lazy you can get. I was a
single kid just out of high school
heck, I got my diploma from high
school and put on a Braves uniform.

"With that bonus Tule, they had
tokeep me two years. If I wasn't

eating a full course dinner, 1 was
sitting down chomping up peanuts
like an elephant and drinking cok cokes
es cokes to sweff me up. I wag nothing
but a drag. 1 wasn't learning much
I wasn't doing much except eat eating.
ing. eating. I came close to ruining my myself
self myself for good."

f U 1 it. j.

uay couiu oe ine Dig lactor in
the National Leaeue race down

the stretch and even with that big
bank account he realizes how close
the bonus rule came to rujning
what now appears to be a big
career.

MILLION MEMBERS
.Columbus, O. (NEA) -The Wo Women's
men's Women's International Bowling
Congress with headquarters in
Clumbus this year reached the
million mark in membership.

to a pool . .fully togged in base baseball
ball baseball llannels, spikes and all. .
Hollywood didn't make Frank
Gifford soft for football . when
the scrip called for him to crash
I through a window, they didn't
i bring in a stunt man . Frank did
the crashing. .
It's no simple matter moving a
professional football team into a
training camp . .besides the $7,500
travel the Giants dished out to
I players ("When we travel," says
JGM Ray Walsh, "we are a small
o equioment, plus a medical trunk
of equipment, plus a medical trunk
. .a caravan which required an

entire railroad car to get the stuff
from New York to Salem, Ore. .
That $10,000 bet between Bill
Rosensohn and George Parnassus

Harris or Basilio-Aragon) will
draw is so much on the level that
j Rosensohn's figuring it might
! get him into the black on a tight
promotion. .
You never saw plushier training
quarters than the heavy weight
! contestants are ensconced in Pat Patterson
terson Patterson with a penl, louse setup in

a swank Oceanside motel over overlooking
looking overlooking the Pacific . .Harris oc occupying
cupying occupying a $100 a day cottage at
Lake Arrowhead. with Walter O O-Malley
Malley O-Malley as his neighbor. .
Most underrated golfers in the
world are Julius Boros and Jay
Hebert. .always near the top in
the major tournaments. .
Army's had the perfect detail
in charge of Beast Barracks (the
indoctrination of new cadets)
this summer . with Pete Dawkins,
the zippy right halfback, com commanding
manding commanding the entire battalion
( Pete's in line to become corps
commander this fall) . and now
All-America Bob Anderson, his
running mate, returning !rom a
European fiesta to help bring the
rookies into line. .

Red iBlaik. on a golfing atear
rang up 11 birdies on the West
Point course . .but denies he's
going to emerge as anothei Myst Mysterious
erious Mysterious Montague. .
Between you'n- me, Fred Ha Ha-ney's
ney's Ha-ney's hinting to friends that even
if he wins another pennant a less

nerve-wracking job could lure

on which boxing show (Patterson- him from the Brave tepee.

'.rim in isn't with the Braves a

ny more and the Giants are in

San Francisco and the

Grounds is empty.
And Jay has matured to the
point where you forget he was a
bonus player or a Little League
graduate. Rieht now his fine

change up curve, setting up a fast hall

ball that his fl-5, 225-pound

The Braves farmed Joey out to
Toledo in 1955. Married artd more
mature, he began to learn his

trade. Last year at Wichita he

won 17. The Braves brought him
up. This spring he was terrible in
exhibition games and had a poor

Polo start as a regular season reli?t

man. Then on June u, Haney, in
pitching trouble, decided to give
Jay a start. The big kid turned

in a 2 0 shutout over tne caras ana
he has never stopped burning the

in since.

frame .,

makes hum, has taken care of Na- Jy coul always tnrow.

As

a

tinnai Iv.duo h.ttr. t mi. .vt.t i Little LeaKuer at Manchester, he

tnrew a iasi Dan uiai irn

in the side, breaking ribs. The

mat his earned run average is on only
ly only 1.40.
Joey had a 8-4 record whert he
strained his arm against the Reds
and had to skip a turn or two. His
losses came in 1-0, 2 1, 3-1 and 4-2
games.
His big regret is that he ever

hurt boy's mother started a one one-woman
woman one-woman campaign to force Jay to
play right field so nobody else's
son would have to face his hard
one.

I would say," Manager Haney

around the Braves that 1953 uses, 'that right ; now ht is mak-

summer, it is, you Ugure, an ea easy
sy easy statement for somebody to
make who took down $40,000 but
Joey he prefers being called Joe
still makes sense. It nearly cost
him his career, he points out.

ing up for every Milwaukee check

he has signed since coming a-

Ancient Arch' Moore
Promises To Finally
Put King 'To Sleep'
RENO, Nev. (UPI) Archie
Moore predicted today that the

fifth time would be the charm

Peler Collins Dies
In Nuerburgrlrig Car
Grand Prix Accident
NUERBURGRING, Germany

(UPI) Peter Collins of Britain

when he meets Howard Kine ofiitv as an economic indicator."

Reno in a lo round bout at Moana j With the Derby betting of '58
Park tonight. j Up 16 per cent above that of 'St
"I'm through contributing to the report points to an upturn
King's boxing education," the an- taking place in late October.

cient light-heavyweight champion! Statistics on race track opera-

Tote Business
Barometer
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.-r-

(NEA) The totalisator board wg, fatally injured in yesterday's

and vearlina sales serv as a good Grand Prix of Germany auto race

barometer of business conditions. Collins overshot the track in his
A Louisville investment house i Ferrari during the 11th lap and
issued an index of business trends frashed. He was flown to a Bonn

as determinea oy wagering n hospital in a military neiicopier

the KentucKy ueroy irom ivoi
through '58. The house observed
that "the correlation of Derby
betting trends with other compar comparative
ative comparative historical data are of such
striking nature as to cause more
than casual interest in their valid-

said. "Class will be resumed to tonight,
night, tonight, but I am going to ring the
'school's out' bell early."
Moore goes into the bout tied
with the late W. L. (Young)
Stribling for the most knockouts
in professional history 126 each.

Arcnie nas naa tung (town num-

tion for the first six months V
this year showed no drastic change
from '57. Attendance was up 08
per cent, the pari-mutuel handle
off by the same fractional amount.
At this summer's Keeneland

Sales in Lexington, Ky.. buyers
expressed confidence to the extent

erous times while outpointing his n' $3,432,600. They spent $662,200

Reno opponent in our bouts but

never quite flattened him.
"King has eluded my patented
insomnia cure too long," Moore
declared. Moore is a prohibitive
favorite.
King, who has soaked up some
tremendous walloos from Moore
but always managed to get off the
canvas, predicted a victory of
sorts.
'A "I won't beat him but the alti altitude,
tude, altitude, heat and father time will,"
ICing aid.

more than a year ago. The aver

age for 357 yearlings was $9,615.
More of the same is anticipated
for the five-night tale of yearlings
at Saratoga which gett under way
on Aug. 11.

WILL VISIT BONN
BONN, Germany (UPI) Ital Italian
ian Italian Premier Amintore Fanfant,
currently in Washington for talks
with President Eisenhower, ,wHJ
vllt Bonn tomorrow. Informed
sources said today.

H suffered a ractured skull

and brain injuries and died aft after
er after receiving a blood transfusion.
Tony Brooks, another English
driver, won the race by setting a
record pace in a Vanwall while
the two favorites. Stirling Moss
and Mike Hawtrorn of Britain,
dropped out because of engine
trouble.
Collins was catapulted out of his
seat and crashed onto the concrete
track when he lost control. He
teamed with Phil Hill of Santa

Monica, Calif., to win the 1958
Florida Grand Prix and currently

ranked fourth in the race for the
1958 world championship.
Brooks took the lead after 10
of the 15 laps on the tricky, 14.14 14.14-mile
mile 14.14-mile circuit and remained there
the rest of the way. He finished
the 342.150-kilometer (212.13-mile)
race in 2 hours, 22.15 minutes for
an average speed'of 90.148 miles
epr hour and a new course record.
The former mark of 88.598 m.p.h.
was set In 1957 by Juan Manuel
Fangio of Arbentina.
Roy Salvador! of Britain was
second in a Cooper with a time o'
2:24:44.7 and an 87.916 m.p.h. av average.
erage. average. Maurice Trintignaql of
France was third in a Cooper and
Wolfgang von Trips of Germany
was fourth in a Ferrari.

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE

s

Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinry Drawing No. 2056, Sunday, August 3, 1958
The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided In two series "A" ft "B" of 26 pieces each.

PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

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$ 52,000.00
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156.00
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Prize-winning Numbers of yeatenday s Lottery Drawing were sold at: The 1st. Panama. 2nd. Panama and 3rd. In Panama.
The Nine Hundred whole tickets endina In 6 and not included In the above list win Fifty Two Dollars ($52.00) each.
The whole ticket has flfty.-two pieces which comprises the two series "A" & "B"

Signed by: The Governor of the Province of Panama, JOSF. A. ( AJAR ESCALA
The Representative of the Treasury JAIME DE LA GUARDIA JR.

WITNESSES :

Daniel Mendieta Ced. 47-5312
Victor J. Ramirez Ced. 8-435S

JOSE DOMINGO SOTO
Notarv Public, Panama

JOSE A. CAJAR
For the Secretary

kirvTC. The winning ticketn with the last cipher and with the two last
IV I t. ciphers apply only to the First Prize.
The First Prt7e and the 2nd anrl Irrf Prizes are dr wn separately. The ap
proxlrrmtions are calculated on the First. Second and Third prires In case
a ticket should carry the numbers ot each prize, the holder is entitled to
claim payment for each.

DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES

First Priz.
Second Prize
Third Prize.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 3, 1958
Drawtna Number 757
Fraction

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TAKE PLACE SUNDAY. AUGUST 10. 195ft
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1 Second Prize Series A and B
1 Third Priie. Serie A and Ft
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MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 1951
PAGE EIGHT
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
C L A S S I F I EDS
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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Automobiles

1955 Ford Victoria hardtop, pink
and white, radia. power eteerinej;
2-1891, 2-119$ weekdjyi, 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nifhH and Sunday.
FOR SALE: Buick 51 Special,
food condition, new tirei. Up Upright
right Upright piano, flood condition.
Wringer type, wether 25 cy.
904-C Rousseau W. Bank.' Navy
1175.
fOR SALE: 1 954 Ford V-8 Cre.t Cre.t-linc
linc Cre.t-linc Fordomatic, 4 door, 2 tone
ajreen. White wall tires, power
brakes, teat and windows, radio
and heater. $1,000 0420-A Ve Ve-nado,
nado, Ve-nado, Ancon. Tel. 2-3203.
FOR SALE: 1948 Pontiac.
C778-H Williamson Place, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. American leaving country. 1954
Ford Custemline V-8, fcrdor
tedan, inspected, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. 23,000 miles. Duty un unpaid.
paid. unpaid. $1,000. Business phone
2-2123 aftar working houre 3 3-784.
784. 3-784. FOR SALE: 1958,
wagon, 4-door 6
Ford Station
pass, R-H
J 2550. Qin.
1-218
1 38 A Gulick.
MUFFLERS
Chevrolet, Plymouth, Fprd $9 $9-95.
95. $9-95. All othari $12.95. Free ins installation.
tallation. installation. Tivoli Motora at Tivoli
Croaiing. Tal. 2-4222.
FOR SALE: 1957 M.G. con convertible,
vertible, convertible, good condition, over overhauled.
hauled. overhauled. Tal. 3-7577 from 12
noon to 2 p.m.
'Amigos' Compelle
Plans For Ouling
To Bejuco Aug. 31
Plans are being completed by
Los Amigos del Pueblo Social Club
for its annual outing, which will
be held this year at Bejuco on
Sunday, Aug. 31.
The mayor of the town intends
to give the "keys to the city" to
the dub on the arrival of the
members and their guests, a
spokesman said.
The outing will have a carnival
flavor with prizes for the best na native
tive native costumes and the best com-
Earns. The day's activitiea will
lclude sightseeing, swimming,
lack and string races, horseback
riding and many other games, in in-eluding
eluding in-eluding a softball game between
a Bejuco team and Los Amigos
del Pueblo.
Victor Boa and his orchestra
will provide music for dancing,
with Lord Byron as one of the
featured vocalists.
Tickets are now being sold by
members of the club. Buses for
the trip will leave from M Street
at 7:30 a.m. en the day of the
uting.
Too mony jobs ore being held
iby people who should be clossed
'es unemployed.

De Seversky Gives US 3 Years
To Match Russian Armed Might

0 NEW YORK (UPI) Maj. Al- ". .1 think the adminislration
Jixander P de Severskv military is fearful of sharing with tht A A-nalyst
nalyst A-nalyst and aviation pioneer, said ; merican people the terrific dan dan-Jresterday
Jresterday dan-Jresterday that the Lnited Stales ger we're in due to the past mis mis-las
las mis-las three years to prepare to calculations and misundertanding
latch Russia's armed strenftih or land not understanding the dsvel
lace possible enslavement or ato opment of military technology or

Hill ruin.
'! The Kussian born tormer air
ace and founder of Republic Avi Aviation
ation Aviation Corp. said this country has
made very little progress in mili
tary preparedness since the Sovi
et Sputniks were launched.
He called the concept of limited
War "military nonsense and mili military
tary military trash," and said the armed
services must slop their nega negative"
tive" negative" missile rivalry and become
egratrd into a single military
operating as part of a de
rtment of air and space.
p. Seversky appeared on a film-
id' and recorded "Survival and
Freedom' interview conducted by
Hike Wallace on the American

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Broadcasting Company network.
I he program was produced on
BC in cooperation with the Ford Ford-financed
financed Ford-financed Fund for the Republic.
fi"'We are facing the situation
where (he enemy has eqjal. an'l
!kii some instances superior, cape
i&ilY'" ne sa'('-' "The only thing
that holds him at bay is our Slr;r
, tegic Air Command today."
HT Re said the slrldes made re re-tgjMntly
tgjMntly re-tgjMntly in military preparedness

nave beer, insignilu ant, and cer
tainly nol commensurate with the
dangers we face."

Apartments

FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 90 Street No. 16, San
Franci.co, Tel. 3-2457.
FOR RENT: With furniihed or
unfurnished one and two bad bad-room
room bad-room apartment. In front to tha
Commercial Canter. 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: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment from $40.
Via Porrat No. 101, phone 3 3-2568.
2568. 3-2568. FOR RENT; Two modern "Du "Duplex"
plex" "Duplex" apartment, two bedrooms,
hot water, maid's room. One fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Campo Alegre. Phonei
2-2341 3-3379.
FOR RENT: One room furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment, kitchinette, in Bel Bella
la Bella Vista, air-conditioned Single
$45.00. Phone 3-6090.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment with two bedrooms, six
closets, living, dining room,
porch, kitchen and garage, in 46
atreat No. 2-61. For information
call to Tel. 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Ai of August lit
lovely two bedroom apartment,
exceptionally large sitting and
dining room in El Cangrejo. Must
leo it to appreciate it. Call 3 3-0319
0319 3-0319 during office hours.
FOR RENT: Apartments, cool,
quiet and attractive; one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living, dinette, etc., with
or without furniture on street
adjoining entrance to Hotel Pa Panama
nama Panama Hilton. Inquire Foto Hal Hal-con
con Hal-con in same vicinity. Telephone
3-1 179 or 3-6082.
FOR RENT: Modern, new two
bedroom apartments. Trans Trans-isthmian
isthmian Trans-isthmian Highway, in front of Los
Angelas, 200 m. from Riba Riba-Smith
Smith Riba-Smith supermarket. Telephone
3-3904.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, independent, living-dining
roam, two bedrooms, stove, refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, Bella Vista, 43rd street
No. 64.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre,
nicely furnished, cool room, pri private
vate private bath, delicious meals if de de-aired.
aired. de-aired. Call 3-1789.
Mrs. Mary Clarke
Obsequies Set For
Tomorrow At 3
Funeral services will be held for
Mrs. Mary Clarke tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3 o'clock in tht Panama
Methodist Church.
Mrs. Clarke, an 80-year-old Ja Jamaican
maican Jamaican resident of Parque Lefe Lefe-vre,
vre, Lefe-vre, died at her home yesterday
morning after a long illness. She
is survived by her daughters, Mrs.
Louise Dawkins, a Canal Zone
Latin American schoolteacher, Srl Srl-via,
via, Srl-via, Elena, Alicia and Betty Clarke
and her sons, David Clarke, a Pa-
j nama City tailor, and Harold
Clarke, a U.S. resident, one grand
son and other relatives.
Interment will lake place in the
Jardin de Paz Cemetery.
nussian enui
De Seversky said both the Tru Truman
man Truman and Eisenhower administra administrations
tions administrations assured the nation the Unit United
ed United States would never have to fear
Ktissia militarily. iBut then, he
said, "all of a sudden" Russri
forged ahead first in the 'key"
military system and then in rock rockets.
ets. rockets. President Eisenhower should
hate told Congress and the. public
exactly what dangers were pre
sented by the Russian Sputniks,
he said.
"And what happened," he ask asked.
ed. asked. "They laughed it off. It was
(just a little hall It rmildn't do
anybody any harm
On the other side nf the coin.
De Seversky said, the Russians
also have shortcomings The Sovi Soviet
et Soviet Union roust have large armies,
because Russia is situated on a
hostile continent and must sub sub-jegate
jegate sub-jegate great masses of people.
Secondly, he said, Russia is no!
as adept at handling strategic
lorces as is the United States An.l
lastly, he said, Russia does not
have a vast com munirations net
work such as the U.U.S.S. has
i developed mainly throufih unvate
enterprise.

LEAVE YOUlt AD WITH ONE OT OCT AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 1337 "H" STRF.FT, PANAMA UBRKRIA PRECTADO 7 Street No. 13 AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DE PUBL1CACIOKES No. 3 Lottery Plan CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY-IS! La Carraaqmlla FARMAC1A LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 26 "B" Street MORRI80N-41h of July Ave. A J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvoli No. a) FARMAC1A ESTADOS UNIDOS U9 Central Ave

FARMAC1A LUX 184 Central Avenue
MA CIA VAN DER J1S 50 Street NO.
Beside the Bella vfcta Theatre.
Resorts
FOSTER'S Cottagea and Urge
Beach House. One mila past the
Casino Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceantide Cottages
Santa Clara R da P. Phono Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Houses
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
3-1130.
FOR RENT: To responsible
cpuple, attractive completely fur furnished
nished furnished chalet in Campo Alegre,
for months September October.
Call 3-4911 office hours. 3 3-0S68
0S68 3-0S68 after 6 p.m.
FOR RENT In residential sec sector,
tor, sector, new modern chalet, three
bedrooms, two baths. Phono 3-
3255.
HI-FI RECORDS
CLASSICAL POPULARS -JAZZ
33 1 3 R.P.M.
AGENCIAS DIAZ
Tiih St. No. S-A
New shipments every week.
Open Thursdays and Saturdays
Nite until 9:1)0 p.m.
PLACK YOUR ORDER FOR ANY
RECORD YOU WISH.
Veterans Again Can
Now Buy Life Insurance
At Old WW II Rates
Let us tell you how you can
still apply for an old line legal
reserve life Insurance policy
similar to your old NSLI plan.
If you are under age 45 and
in good health, you may qual
ify (usually without physical
examination) for the samje dmic
low NSEI rates charged by the.
Government during W. W. II.
Slightly higher rates for older
ages.
No obligation, tear out this
ad and mall it today with your
name, address, date of birth
and age to American Life In
surance Co., P. O. Box 0, Diablo
Heights, Canal Zone.
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air far?, transfer!, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave every Tues. and Frl,
F1DANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
the first and only
transistor
SPEED LIGHT
no more burned out tubes
guaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
only $27.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM KIIMTf
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
The New
S P
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Viewfinrier System
i,.loHM aW
Panama Colbn
TAYLOR TO BUROPI
SfTNGTON (UPI) Gen.
Maxwell D. Taylor, ffrmy chief of
staff, left today for a 10-day
it '.',nr 'n. 'vhere he will con confer
fer confer with officials and visit mil
..O "' ...urns in France, Eng England
land England and Germany. He was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by his wife and several
members of the Arnjy staff. Tay
lor will return to Washington on
Aug. 13.

f HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Fco.

ARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lefevre 7 Street a) FARMACIA "SAS" VU

Home Articles
FOR SALE: 3 pri. match-stick
bamboo draw drapes, with 6 cor cornices,
nices, cornices, $50, mahogany buffet anal
China closet combinet, $35, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany server $15, Ax minster
rug 9x12, $20, Phone Balboa 2 2-2584.
2584. 2-2584. FOR SALE: Rug gray tweed 12x
15 with foam rubber under rug
$150.00 slide trombone, telmer
$50.00, Spanish course, cortina
complete with phonograph records
and books $20.00. Phone 3 3-5709.
5709. 3-5709. FOR SALE: Household Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood double bed frame and
springs. Reclining chair and
tool, Kodascopa 8mm proyactor
and several other itemi. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALE: American made ma mahogany
hogany mahogany drop leal dining table
seats eight extended with four
mahogany chairs $90. Large
white leather covered desk or
dresser with glass top, made in
Paraguay $50. Phone Panama
2- 2123 or after business hours
3- 6784.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Antique
Secretaire 85.00; Mahogany up upholstered
holstered upholstered living room sets 98.00;
Hollywood bed from 37.00; bunk
beds 44.00; dining room tabla
and 4 chairs 45.00; Dresser with
mirror 29.00; Rattan living room
nt 99.00; large kitchen cabinats
65.00; modern coffee tables
18.00; end tables 7.50; Basket
chairs 1 2.00; New Mattressee
12.50; Pillows 1.50; Chairs 2. 2.-50;
50; 2.-50; CASH DISCOUNTS House Household
hold Household Exchange National Ave. No.
41 Tels. 3-4911, 3-7348.
Quote Unquote
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles, on a joint Russian-Chinese
Communist communique saying
the two countries planned an in independence
dependence independence movement in Latin
America:
"I thought that if they wanted
to speed independence, they could
start nearer at home."
Maj. Alexander P. De Seversky,

Congress Hopes To Adjourn
Current Session Saturday

WASHINGTON (UPI) House
Democratic and Republican lead leaders
ers leaders said today they hoped the
Democratic-controlled 85th Con Congress
gress Congress would be able to adjourn for
the year Saturday night.
But they indicated that the real
target date for adjournment was
Aug. 16. Some doubted even that
this deadline could be met be because
cause because of the heavy backlog of
"must" legislation still awaiting
action.
However, Rep. Charles A. Hal-
leek (R-Ind.), a top House Repub
lican leader, said the greatesi
est accomplishment" of Congress
thus far would be to adjourn early.
He expressed' the hope that the
lawmakers would wind up their
legislative work in this election
year Saturday night.
"I'll shake your hand on that,
commented House Democratic
Leader John W. McCormack
(Mass.) in a debate with Halleck
nn a television program ( ABC ABC-Celebrity
Celebrity ABC-Celebrity Parade). But neither in
dlcated any confidence that iheir
hope would be realized.
The lawmakers are anxious to
head for home to mend their no
litical fences before the November
nff vear elections that will decide
the makeup of the 86th Congress
which convenes next January.
(But about a score of major
Kiiic otiii await final action, with
some certain of final approval
and others in the doubtful cate cate-onrv
onrv cate-onrv Amonff the more important
sure of reaching President Eisen
hower's desk in one form or an another
other another are measures to:
-Extend the tariff cutting re
ciprocal trade program. A aenaie aenaie-llouse
llouse aenaie-llouse conference committer
meets today in an effort to re resolve
solve resolve the differences in Senate
and House versions to extend the
program three and five years re
tinprtivplv.
Raise the 280 billion dollar
temporary ceiling on the national
rtpht to 288 billion dollars. The
House will take action on a ceil ceiling
ing ceiling raising measure tomorrow.
Overloading
Negligence
CHICAGO (NEA) An empty
headed skipper in an overloaded
boat is the number one cause of
boating accidents.
This is brought out in a study
nf mishaps just published by the
Outboard Boating Club of Amer America.
ica. America. It shows that 31.7 per cent of
the accidents were caused by "op "operator
erator "operator negligence," which includes
overloading, making too sharp
(urns and standing up in a small
boat. Capsizing caused 28.4 per
cent

de la Owe Ave. No. 41 rOTO uumi-jbiw

Miscellaneous
COME! HURRY! COME!
Just received large shipment art
porcelain wares, big bowls, vases,
flower post, platers ate; beauti beauti-full
full beauti-full carved large bran trays,
bawls. Gongs, many new styles
furniture, baskets and novelties.
GRAND DISPLAY AT LUM'S
40 F. de la Ossa Ave. 1 1
JUST ARRIVED
Assortment of Musical
Instruments and Accessories.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES CORP.,
Tivoli Ave. No. 18-29
Tal. 2-1905
FOR SALE: Relaxacier with
pads and beauty belts $140.00.
33-7288.
FOR SALE: Complete Apace
photo exact copier with auto auto-atat
atat auto-atat machine, timer and photo
paper ti'i 8Vix11 and 8 '; x M
sheets. For information call Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-4619.
FOR SALE: Whirlpool. 60 cycle
automatic washing machine. Very
good condition. $90.00. Quarters
322-B Albrook. Phone 5142.
FOR SALE: 1 Mink Dyed Musk Musk-rat
rat Musk-rat fur Cape, Jacket condition
new. $150.00. If interested call
Balboa 2-2943, after 4:00 p.m.
on the concept of preparing for
limited war to prevent global
conflict:
"As far as I'm concerned, it's
just military nonsense and mili military
tary military trash."
Mrs. Minnie (Connie) Nicholas,
42-year-old divorcee who shot her
wealthy lover to death:
"It was the first time he had
ever struck me."
Adlai E. Stevenson, in a serman
in Moscow's Baptist church:
"We believe peace begins in
the human heart ... we believe
that spiritual life is indispensable
to a full- and rich national life."
STOCKHOLM (UPI)-A woman
has become Sweden's acting pre premier
mier premier fpr the first time. Mrs. Ulla
Lindstroem was named to that
post as most' Cabinet members De
gan sumer vacations this week
Mrs. Lindstroem, a minister with without
out without portfolio, will head the four
member holiday cabinet.
Appropriate the largest amount
for the armed forces in the peace
time history of the country. A
Senate-House conference commit committee
tee committee will resolve the differences
between the $40,042,922,000 and th
$38,409,561,000 voted by the Senate
and House respectively.
Require a public accounting of
the management of welfare and
pension funds. The House will take
action on its version Wednesday.
The Senate already has passed
its bill.
In an outburst of activity, the
House planned to take up more
than a score of bills today un under
der under a procedure that will requir.?
a two-thirds vote for passage.
Most were certain of overwhelm overwhelming
ing overwhelming approval.
Among them were bills to lower
farm price supports and to create
a new federal aviation agency to
supervise the nation's airways.
The Senate already has passed
similar legislation.
McCormack also forecast House
action on federal aid to education,
housing and distressed area, bills
provided they are cleared for floor
debate by the House Rules Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. Pressure was also building up in
the Senate for action on a bill to
boost Social Security benefits by
seven per cent with a commen commensurate
surate commensurate hike in taxes. The Senate
F'inance Committee may atke ac action
tion action on the House-approved meas
ure later this week.
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Porraa 111 o NOVEDADES A THIS
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Three bedroom
house 105 First Street Las Cum Cum-bres.
bres. Cum-bres. Key available adjacent
house. Bast offer. Phono 25-
3121.
Dogs
At stud: AKC registered, cham champion
pion champion sired Tey Boston Terrier just
out of quarantine. No kin to any
local Botton. Fee or pup. 247 1 -A,
Cocoli. Navy 3165.
The Panama Liner Ancon is
scheduled to sail irom Cristobal
Wednesday afiernoon at 1 o'clock
with 114 passengers for New York
and three passengers lor Port-au-frince,
Haiti.
Among tne passengers sailing
for the United States are Sigurd
Esser, superintendent of the Divi Division
sion Division of Schools, accompanied by
his wile and daughter; and Mrs.
Edward A. Doolan, wife of the
Personnel Director.
Passengers booked for Haiti are
Miss Hellen Facteau; Miss Muriel
Gertler; and Mrs. Gladys Lamber-
Pton.
The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list for New York follows:
Mr. and Mrs. William Abrahms;
Mrs. Ralph Brown; Miss Jacque Jacqueline
line Jacqueline Brown; Stonewall J. Bul;l
Mrs. Edith E. Care Mrs. Ella
Carter Mrs. Rose H. Chase; Dan Dante
te Dante J. Cicchelle; Mrs. Florence
Cornell; Mrs. Marion Crowell;
Miss Margaret L C.sighy; Jay
Cunningham
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Davis; Mrs.
Mary P. Doolan; Mrs. William
Foley and three children; Mrs.
Mary P. Doolan; Mrs. Shelia Eg Eg-ger
ger Eg-ger and son; Mr. and Mrs. Si
gurd Esser and daughter; Mr.
and, Mrs. William Foley and three
Children; Mrs. Grace Foresamn;
Mrs. Helena de Garcia and son;
S. Gleit; Miss Rosa L. Greene;
and Miss Birdia Greene; and Mr.
and Mrs. A. S. Gresham.
Mrs. Mildred H. Hall; Dr. and
Mrs. J S. -Hamman; Mrs. Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth A. Allen Hansen; Dr. and
Mrs. A. R Harber and daughter;
Miss Ethel Hollstein; Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Holmes; Miss Edith
Kaufman; Mr. and Mrs.
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US Awaits Summit
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WASHINGTON, Aug. 4
iklu inriir.atinc

Mao Tse-tung. t
The Soviet premier was expected to dispatch with in the next 24 hours a letter to President Eisenhower in
antwer to a U.S. note of last Friday. The President expressed willingness to meet at a Summit conference on or
about Aug. 12 within the Security Council of the United Nations.
U.S. officials said they had no idea whether Khrush chev would accept Anglo-American conditions for a Sum Summit
mit Summit meeting without demanding further concessions.
Confusion was compounded by disclosure from Moscow that Khrushchev and Mao ended a secret four-day
"Red Summit" conference in Peiping yesterday. The Sovi et premier and his top-level delegation flew back to Mos Moscow
cow Moscow last night.
The world's two top Communist leaders approved a harshly-worded communique denouncing "the flagrant

iion carried out by the
aggress i
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record in the communique re retorted
torted retorted by the official Communist
few China News Agency as firm firm-jr
jr firm-jr maintaining "that a conference
i the heads of government snoulrl
i called at once to discuss "the
fiddle East situation.
U. S. officials viwd the Pei Peiping
ping Peiping talks as Soviet ei'fort to
help the Chines Reds "save
fie" in advanct of any Sum
init maeting from which 'hey
would be excluded.
Radio Moscow disclosed thai the
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(UPI) The United States is

the significance of a secret
United States and Britain
Soviet Premier flew into Peiping
last Thursday for the hush hush
meetfng with Mao, Communis!
chairman of the Chinese reii.ie.
It announced that Khrushchev
and Mao had reached "full agree agreement"
ment" agreement" in their discussions "on the
urgent and important questions in
the present international situa
tion."
The bristling communique de denounced
nounced denounced the United States and
Britain as "enemies of peace
and democracy" and "resolute "resolutely,"
ly," "resolutely," demanded that the Ameri Americans
cans Americans and British withdraw their
troops at once from Lebanon
and Jordan.
London observers said that the
announcement suggested a return
lo Khrushchev's demand tor a
five power summit conference
that would bring together leaders
of the United States, Briiaiu,
France. Russia and India.
The Soviet and Chinese Red
leaders demanded that such an
East-West summit conference "of
the big Dowers be called at once."
"The aggressive imperialist bloc
headed by the United States mo
nopoly groups persistently opposes
peaceful coexistence and coopera cooperation,
tion, cooperation, stubbornly refuses to case
international tension, obstructs a
meeting of the heads of govern government
ment government of the big powers and steps
up preparations for a new war
and threatens peace and security
of all peoples."
The communique charged
the behavior of the West,
that
c-1
cially in sending troops into the
Middle East, was "bringing man mankind
kind mankind to the brink of a war ca catastrophe."
tastrophe." catastrophe." Khrushchev's quick trip to Pei Peiping
ping Peiping accounted for his delay in
answering Western summit notes
including President Eisenhower's
letter calling for top-level U.N.
Security Council talks to begin
about Aug. 12.
Diplomatic sources in Moscow
regarded the Peiping talks as a
pre summit conference and said
Khrushchev now probably would
accept Eisenhower's conference
proposal.
Soviet Technical
Information To Be
Translated By US
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4 (UPI)
The federal government has set up
a center to provide American
scientists and industrialists with
translations of Soviet technical in
formation, Commerce Secretary
Sinclair Weeks reported today
Weeks said the foreign technical
information center is now publish
ing aDstracts ot alt articles appear appearing
ing appearing in 141 Russian technical jour journals,
nals, journals, important sections of "Re "Re-ferativnvy
ferativnvy "Re-ferativnvy Zhurnal" (the Russians
own abstract journal and a semi semimonthly
monthly semimonthly review of various ares
monthly review of various areas
of Soviet science compiled by the
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
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2000 More GIs, Tanks
Come Ashore At Beirut

BE1KL i', Lebanon, Aug. 4
(UPI) More than 2.000 U. S.
"support troops" arrived here yes yesterday
terday yesterday with a full battalion of 74
Army tanks in the biggest milita military
ry military buildup since the first Ameri American
can American forces arrived nearly three
weeks ago.
The landings brought Ameri American
can American strength here to more than
13,000 men more than on and
one-half times the number of
men in the Lebanese army.
The troops, members of the 35th
Tank Battalion of the 7th Army
now stationed in West Germany,
arrived at the Beirut docks at
dawn, immediately debarked and
headed for a bivouac area south
of Beirut International Airport.
The tanks were scheduled to
come ashore at White Beach be below
low below the airport today.
The Americans poured into the
capital as U. S. State Department
"trouble-shooter" Robert Murphy
flew back to Lebanon following
his talks in Baghdad with the new
Iraoi Premier Abdul Kerim Yas
Sem.
He planned to fly to Cairo to
morrow for talks with United Arab
Republic President Gamal Abdel
Nasser.
Murphy told newsmen before
leaving Baghdad he had discussed
the Baghdad Pact and America's
policy toward the Middle East
with the Iraqi leaders.
"My impression is that they are
taking a hard look at the pact,"
he said. "Some features of the
pact were not clear to Iraq. It
might take some time before Iraq
makes a decision."
The American diplomat said
tho talks were "extremely cor cordial
dial cordial and frank" and said ho may
have "succeeded in eliminating
whatever suspicion they may
have had about invading their
country or attacking them or in interfering
terfering interfering In their internal af affairs."
fairs." affairs." This capital and the rest of Leb Leb-aon
aon Leb-aon nation enjoyed a day of re relative
lative relative calm unmarred by gunfire
or exDlosions.
Thousands of persons went to
the Beirut beaches and into the
mountains overlooking the city
yesterday to enjoy their quietest
Sunday since early May.
The citv's commercial life be
gan reawakening in force today.
The gradual easing or tension
began Thursday .when parlia parliament
ment parliament elected Gen. Fuad Chehab
as Lebanon's next president. It
continued despite on occasional
outburst of violence and a still
unsettled political problem.
The main stumbling block to an
earlier solution to the Lebanese
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situation was the deadlock pe pe-tween
tween pe-tween government and opposition
forces over the resignation of
President Camille Chamoun.
Hopes that a compromise could
be reached with the resignation of
Premier Sami es Solh were
smashed yesterday with Solh's an announcement
nouncement announcement that he would not be betray
tray betray the confidence of "certain
friends" who wanted him to stay
in power.
However, deputies led by Speak Speaker
er Speaker Adel Osseyran hoped to rally
a majority and vote Solh out in
favor of a caretaker government
that would ask the Americans to
leave.
Meanwhile Western diplomats
in Cairo fear King Hussein of
Jordan will be dethroned in a
pro Nasser coup if British
troops leave that country and
that Israel will bo tempted to
annex a part of Jordanian ter territory.
ritory. territory. The general Middle East explo-
siori avoided in Lebanon and Iraq
could then be triggered in Jordan,
dinlomat.ic snnrrps hplievpH I)
would be difficult for Nasser and
other Arab leaders to itand idly
by during any Israeli land grab.
The specter of Soviet "volun "volunteers"
teers" "volunteers" would again menace the
peace of the world, it was fear feared.
ed. feared. Western and neutral diplomats
believe Jordan's young pro-Western
monarch is the next target of
pro-Nasser forces now that civil
strife in Lebanon appears to be
ending with the election of a
compromise president.
Cairo nationalists are distinctly
of the same opinion. The consen consensus
sus consensus here is that Hussein could not
last more than a few days if the
British troops he called to his aid
are withdrawn.
Diplomats feared a new crisis
would threaten world peace if Is Is-reael
reael Is-reael then moved to annex part of
Jordan before the whole country
linked itself with Nasser's Arab
bloc.
Some thought Israel would be
likely to send its troops to occu occupy
py occupy Jordan west of the Jordan
River, the land of the Bible where
pilgrims have voyaged for centu centuries.
ries. centuries. If that happened no one
could foresee the end.
Hussein, the last of the ill-fated
Hashemite rulers, is in an ex exposed
posed exposed and perilous position, ob observers
servers observers said.
The idea has already been
floated in Cairo that Hussein
leave with the British troops.
Diplomats and observers here
believe it would bo difficult for
even a United Nations police
force to save him from over overthrow.
throw. overthrow. The 23-year-old King defeated
an attempt by pro-Nasser forces
to unseat him once before, in A A-pril,
pril, A-pril, 1957.
His courage then gained him
the admiration of the Western
world and popularity at home he
never had previously.
But courage is not enough. Nas Nasser's
ser's Nasser's nationalism is the dominant
popular force in the Arab Middle
East. Six years after his Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian revolution of 1952 Nasser
holds most of the cards.
Engineers Study
Proposed Pipeline
In Western Europe
MARSEILLES, France, Aug. 4
(UPI) Engineers are studying a
project to build a 93? i ile pipe
line to pump oil from a terminal
at Marseilles to a new refinery in
Hamburg, West Germany, inform informed
ed informed sources said today.
It was understood 19 British A A-merican,
merican, A-merican, German, French and
Dutch petroleum firms were in interested
terested interested in financing the project
if it were found to be feasible.
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A Item EV. RAPER, a missionary lor Jehovah's Witnesses in
Panama meets with former classmates a new graduate of the
Watchtower Bible School of Gilead. The meeting took place
among over 150,000 delegates from 100 countries at the inter international
national international assembly of Jehovah's Witnesses in New York. Left
to right Mr. and Mrs. Raper; Daniel S. Acquah, graduating stu student
dent student from Ghana; Miss Ruth Bolinger, missionary in British
Guiana; and Robert W. Kirk, missionary in Brma.
Witnesses' Told They Should Rule
World As Convention Ends Peacefully

NEW YORK (UPI) Members
of the Jehovah's Witness sent
ended the largest and most order orderly
ly orderly convention in New York City's
history Sunday by jamming Yan
kee stadium and the Polo grounds i
to hear their leader verbally blast
all the world's political leaders as
tragic failures.
A total of 168,758 members of
the sect attended morning serv services
ices services in the two baseball parks.
Police said 253,929 persons were
on hand for the closing service.
Many of them heard the program
over loud speakers outside the
parks.
At an afternoon session the wit witnesses
nesses witnesses heard an hour-long address
by Nathan H. Knorr, president of
the Watch Tower Bible and Tract
Society, governing body of the
witnesses.
Knorr delivered his
30-pa?e
speech
in Yankee Stadium. It
was carried to loudspeakers at
the Polo Grounds by direct wire.
His followers claimed the total
audience constituted the largest
religious gathering in modern his history.
tory. history. "It Is evident that government
of the earth by man has not been
the best form of rulership," Knorr
said. "Today we have the accu accumulated
mulated accumulated results of man's govern-
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ment of the earth and its inhabi inhabitants,
tants, inhabitants, and those results are not
good.
Knorr said that the world now

can turn only to God for success
ful rulership. Politicians should
(not be allowed to rule the world,
he said. Jehovah's Witnesses
should take over, to bring about
a better world, Knorr declared.
Knorr repeated the main tenet
of his sect, a belief that the world
as it now exists is about to come
to an end.
"This generation of humankind
is nearing its normal end," he
said. "Jesus prophesied thai this
gneraltion, which saw the gentle
times end amid World War I and
the beginning of world sorrows,
would also see the end of those
snrrnws in thp unrlri'c Has.'rnrH
at Armageddon.
"The earth will survive the
world's end. Men' of good will on
earth will also survive the world
end by the special protection of
God's kingdom that now rules."
Chinese Red Report
leap Forward'
Program Is Success
TOKYO, Aug. 4 (UPI) Com
munist China reported today lha
the first half of its "great leap
forward program for 1958 has
brought "unprecede'ntedly rapid,
all-round economic development."
A report issued by the state sta statistical
tistical statistical bureau and broadcas' to
Tokyo by the New
hina News'
Agency announced a 34 per crn!
increase in the production of food
crops.
The statistical bureau said the
productive labor force had increas increased
ed increased by 1,510,000 workers while the
nonproductive torce government
agencies and distribution outlets outlets-was
was outlets-was pared by 840,000.
It added that the retail sales
had increased only 4.3 per cent
while consumer commodities were
plentiful.
The official Peiping People's
Daily, commenting editorially on
th first published returns of the
"great leap forward" program,
said, "the figures in the report
constitute a magnificent lyric rec
ord composed by the 600 million
Chinese people with their own labor."

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Kasper Announces

To Write, Fight Integration

WETUMPKA. Ala. UPI() -Seg
regationist John Kasper, visual visualizing
izing visualizing a new way of life in a book
he is preparing to write, said to
day he looking forward to his
second trial in Nashville, Tenn.,
as a vehicle of "exposing the
dirt and filth in Nashville city
politics."
The 28-year-old Kasper, resting
up after an eight month stmt in
federal prison, said "There is no
question of guilt in my mind when
I look forward to the trial which
opens around Sept. 1.
He said he would leave for
Nashville in the "next few days"
after doing some "fishing, thinking
and resting at the nearby plan
tation home of Adm. John Crom
melin. U.S.N, (ret.).
"It is important to me that I
win the case, he added, and
with a fair, impartial jury I know
I can win it. Kasper face
charges of "inciting a riot" in the
Tennessee capital.
j
He said he had started on thej
outline of his book, which wouk' j
center around a political move movement,
ment, movement, "not a party but a whole
new way of life."
"My book will lay the founda
tion for a political formula in
which we can live, a real way of
life. I intend to devote my time
erclusively to that as soon as I
get some of these troubles wound
up."
Kasper said he would go to
Memphis, Tenn., where "they're
going to integrate Memphis State
College," after arranging his de defense
fense defense at Nashville.
He said he would arrive in 'he
west Tennessee city "in about
one or two weeks."
"I've been asked to go to
Memphis where they say they're
not too well organized. I'm gmn?
to organize and make some
Kefauver Wanls Ike
To Call For Labor,
Management Confab
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4 (UFl) (UFl)-The
The (UFl)-The Senate Anti-Monopoly Sub Subcommittee
committee Subcommittee has asked President
Eisenhower to urge the United
Slates Steel Corp. to limit its
price increase to sheet and strip
steel.
Chairman Estes Kefauyer (D
Tenn.), with the subcommittee's
authorization, also urged the Pre President
sident President again to call .a management-labor
conference to work out
a wage-price porgram to curb in
flation.
Kefauver wrote Eisenhower that
the interests of industry and labor
are "secondary to the public in in-ter?st."
ter?st." in-ter?st." Kefauver's letter was the latest
in a series directed to the Presi
dent in which he has called lur a
White House conference on steel
princing policies to head off an another
other another round of Inflation.
He said the new price boosts
will mean a $285,000,000 cost in increase
crease increase to direct steel buyers but
"several times this amount" by
the time it reaches ultimate con consumers.
sumers. consumers. TOMORROW
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speeches in an effort to halt in in-egration
egration in-egration there."
Kasper was released Friday
morning from the Atlanta federal
penitentiary. He had been whisk whisked
ed whisked there from the federal reforma reformatory
tory reformatory at Tallahassee to avoid an
announced "welcome out" demon demonstration
stration demonstration by his segregationist
friends.
Apparently undaunted, by hii
eight months in jail, the New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey native vowed to continue his
campaign against race mixing and
rejoined his follow 5 in Tallalissee
for a belated reunion.
Kasper was permitted to leav
prison four months early because
of "good behavior." He was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to one year in prison for
contempt of court.

US Appeals Court
Hearing L Rock
Segregation Case
ST. LOUIS (UPI) The apnea'
of a Little Rock, Ark., school
segregation case, in which inte inte-gration
gration inte-gration was ordered delayed un until
til until 1961, is being heard today by
all seven judges of the U.S.
Court of Appeals. It will be the
second time in 30 years that all
the judges have st at a hearing.
,The court, v ch is in the
Eighth District Circuit, is madfc
up of Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota,
Missouri, Nebraska, and North
and South Dakota. Arkansas i
the only state in the cirvuil that
is not represented on the bench.
Chief Judge Archibald K. Gard Gardner,
ner, Gardner, whoccalled for Monday's en
banc hearing of the case, naid
there was "sufficient reason" for
the unusual procedure.
The importance of the decision
is pointed up by the position of
uo. Orval Faubus.
Faubus, who recently won the
Arkansas Democratic primary and
is virtually assured of election in
Democratic Arkansas, is a lesder
in the fight, against integration. He
has said that dese'jreTation would
lead to violence and disorder.
Last fall, federal troops were
ordered to Little Rock by Presi President
dent President Eisenhower to enforce a
Federal Court ordr which allow allowed
ed allowed nine Nergo students to entor
Central High School. On April 28
of this year, the court upheld a
ruling of U.S. District Judge Ron Ronald
ald Ronald N. Davies enjoining Faubus
and Arkansas National Guard of officers
ficers officers from barring the school t
Negro students.
But U.S. District Judge Harr.T
J. Lemley of Arkansas, followinsr
a request by the Little Rock Board
of Education, ordered a delay in
integration to allow "a peaceful
interlude."
Wiley Eranton, attorney from
Pine Bluff, Ark., and Thurgood
Marshall, representatives of the
National Association tor the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored People, ap appealed
pealed appealed Lemley's order1 "on behalf
the Negro students and pupils of
the Little Rock school district.'
Earlier, the NAACP tried to by bypass
pass bypass the Court of Appeals and
take the case to the Supreme
Court. The high court refused to
consiaer me case Decause prelimi preliminary
nary preliminary steps were not taken, but
emphasized the need for a speedy
decision because of the coming
school year.
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