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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Miro Gives DA Clues
On Murderous Ambush
Ruben 0. Miro, as nonchalant in hospital with three bullet holes in him as he
was throughout his long trial on charges of assassinating President Jose Remon,
was interrogated in San Fernando Clinic today by district attorney Antonio de Leon.
De Leon said after a twelve-minute session that Miro gave him certain leads in
his search for the gunman who fired seven rapid shots at the self-assured attorney
about 7:30 last night. The investigator refused to revealt the nature of those leads.
Miro's condition was good, but the central figure of Panama's most dramatic
trial had again become as sensational a character as he was in the long weeks during
which he expertly, sardonically and successfully conducted his own defense against
charges of machinegunning President Remon.
Miro was stepping into his car after visiting his brother Ricardo, in 47th Street,
Bella Vista, last night when the waiting gunman cut loose, apparently with an auto automatic
matic automatic weapon of some k'nd.
Fast-thinking Miro ?ho according to his brother Ricardo has "the luck of a
cat," flattened himself out on the front seat of his two-door sedan, after ducking a a-way
way a-way as a well-grouped burst of bullets dri lied through the door.
The assailant's car drove off fast, w ithout Miro spotting the number plate.
Miro, apparently unflustered despite being hit by three bullets, drove himself to
San Fernando Clinic and presented himself as any other casual outpatient.
Upon seeing what had happened to hi m, hospital authorities promptly took a
less casual view.

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Equal Wage Bill
Interpretation
WASHINGTON, Aug. 5 (U PI) President Ernesto dt

la Guardia Jr. of Panama has appealed to President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower to raise the waaes of Panamanian workers in tht

Canal Zone, it was learned today.

He made the appeal in a reply to Eisenhower s letter
of July 25 marking the completion of U.S. Congressional

action to implement the 1955 Memorandum of Under

standing, informed sources said.

Panamanian officials have objected that following
the passage of the "equal wage for equal work" measure.

Canal Zone officials downgraded the job ratings of most
of the Panamanian workers if proportionately below tht

more skilled levels tilled primarily by North Americans.
De la Guardia was understood to have written Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower that the Panamanian government cannot agree
with the Canal Zone administration's ratings or with their
interpretation of the law.
He called for a more equitable relationship that
would assure to the 14,000 Panamanian workers of the

Zone the same wage standards enjoyed by the 5000 North

Americans working there

Ricaido Miro came running
out of his house at the- sound
of the firing, but when he
reaghed the reej, Byben was
already .&mmmmm
ner. :!
Miro strolled Into San Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Clinic and offhandedly
informed Dr. Ernesto CMi "I've
lust been machinegunned." Af After
ter After one look at him, Chu did
not require any further con convincing.
vincing. convincing. The attempt on Miro's life
brought the still-unsolved as assassination
sassination assassination of President Remon
rocketing back to top priority
as a subject for rumor and spe speculation.
culation. speculation. No one appeared to doubt

that trie attacK was cunnecteu
in some way with the assas assassination,
sination, assassination, still perhaps the big biggest
gest biggest question mark on the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian political scene.
Relatives, reporters, photog photographers
raphers photographers and onlookers gathered
quickly at San Fernando. Clinic
as the news of Miro's shooting
spread.
Miro, master of himself as
ever, joked with a photographer
as he lay on the operating ta table
ble table awaiting an anesthetic.
Dr. Ernesto Chu performed a
two-hour operation on Miro.
Most complicated job was re removing
moving removing the bullet which had
entered Miro's right buttock,
taking with it a fragment of
a key it struck on its way
through the victim's hip pock pocket.
et. pocket. Another bullet hit Miro in
the right arm, near the
shoulder, while a third went
through his chest and out

his shoulder, missing his
heart by a fraction.
Many friends offered blood
transfusions for Miro. His bro brother
ther brother Efrato-Eam hajf a liter.
The" bfllet-riedpd car in a
regular .parking space near the
front door of the hospital at attracted
tracted attracted curious- crowd?. Kationfl
Guardsmen guarded it, and of official
ficial official investigators scrutinized
it closely.
About 10:30 p.m. National
Guardsmen, on orders from the
hospital authorities, cleared the
corridors of the clinic of by bystanders.
standers. bystanders. Miro spent the night and
most of this morning under
the after-effects of the oper

ation and the anestneuc.
Mtrn was arrested Jan. 6,

1955, in connection with the as assassination
sassination assassination nf President Remon

four days- earlier. Several days!

later he confessed to tne being
the sole triggerman in the as assassination.
sassination. assassination. Later still he re repudiated
pudiated repudiated the confession.

He and six other defendants
were brought to trial last Oc October
tober October after 33 months in jail.
A jury of five men and two
women acquitted all the de defendants.
fendants. defendants. At the begjnning of the
trial Miro acted as his own
lawyer, questioning and cross cross-examinig
examinig cross-examinig witnesses, but dur during
ing during the second phase of the
trial his defense was conduct conducted
ed conducted by Eamon Palacios.
Miro remained calm and ap apparently
parently apparently confident during most
of trial; losing his composure
only once, when special prose prosecutor
cutor prosecutor Carlos A. Abrahams dared
him to reveal the facts that he

had promised to disclose at his
trial.
Obviously enragfc,by some
of the charges feeing made by
the prosecutor in Ws( bibum,
tion, Miro tooft s$and, philo philosophized
sophized philosophized briefly, but failed
to name any names as he
had promised.
Despite his outward calm,
Miro was reportedly already en engineering
gineering engineering legal moves to keep
his sentence down to a mini minimum
mum minimum if convicted, when the
jurv returned with the not,
guilty verdict.
He was released later the
same afternoon of the trial
taken to the Canal Zone at his
own request.
There he requested and re revive!
vive! revive! nsvlum in Ralhoa Po

lice Station, where he remain remained
ed remained for two days before going
to his home in Panama City.

Miro is said to have had
plans to leave the country on
an extended trip. But he later
decided to remain here, after
running into difficulties in ob obtaining
taining obtaining a tax receipt. Two new
civil charges had also been
lodsed against him.
Informed sources indicated
today that only a few days
ago, Miro had requested the
courts to grant him permis permission
sion permission to leave the country on
a vacation.
Although entitled to practice
law in the republic, Miro has
not resumed his practice sine.;
his acquittal and release from
jail early in December last year.
Among the charges pending
against him is one of forging
a judge's signature on a spuri spurious
ous spurious marriage certificate.

RUBEN MIRO, -on the operating table at San Fernando Clinic shortly after being shot, de demanded
manded demanded cheerfully that the photographer wait till he smiled before taing this photo. The
operation on Miro, hit by three bullets, took two hours. Hospital authorities reported him com completely
pletely completely out of danger today.

Tuition Charges In CZ's US-Rate Schools
Increasing Steeply In Forthcoming Year
Tuition rates for kindergarten and high school education in the Canal Zone will rise by over
a third for the new school year which starts next month. And fees for the Canal Zone Junior
College have been nearly doubled, from $360 to $600 per year.
The raises, which will a-ffoct over 550 non-Canal Zone students, were announced at Balboa.

telttte goes up from US Ao JZ W V-W jwiil Mf: !rt
9 and the senior high school (grades 7-12) from $30 to $50.

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It was announced that increased costs nave mue wc new io n,wu;.
rise in costs of supplies, maintenance, salary and all expense items since the present tuition
rates were established in 1955 or earlier have boosted the per-pupil cost.
The new rate- will take effect with the op ening of the next term and will apply to all
students except tose sponsored by government agencies.

Under the 1958-59 tuition sched schedule,
ule, schedule, charges will be payble month monthly.
ly. monthly. The Junior College charges
are payable at the beginning of
each of the two semesters at the
rate of $300 per semester.

For Canal Zone residents and
others eligible to attend the Ca-I
nal Zone Junior College under'

sponsorship of U.S. Government a.

gencies, ine new rate wm ue
lor the full school year.
It is anticipated that a larger j
number of non-resident tuition stu. j
dents than last year can be ad.
mitted to the United States j
schools in the Canal Zone for the
1958 59 term, Which begics the
first week in September.
While tho number of tuition
students muft continue to b
controlled by tht space availi-

bio, it it believed that during
tht coming ytar thtrt will be
accommodation for mora than
tht 550 tuition students who rt
ctivtd education in the various
gradtt of the Canal Zona

school in the past school yaar.
General instructions 'regarding
tuition students for the coming
year have been announced in a

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Former Canaler
John G. Lewis Dies
in Receda, Calif.

BULLETS from a would-be killer's gun drilled these holes In Ruben Miro's car last night.

1UICC Ol IrllGUl 1111, iVIUU.

John G. Lewis, former employe
of the Canal organization and
member of a well-known Canal
Zone family died yesterday in Re Receda,
ceda, Receda, Cal., after a long illness. He
was 36 years old.
Born in Ancon. he was the son

of former Canal Zone police Sgf.
Harry Lewis. He grew up in the
Canal Zone and attended the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone schools. He worked for
two summers, one with the Dredg

ing Division as an oiler on float floating
ing floating equipment and the other at
the Special Engineering Division

as an engineering aid. in April,
1942, he began an apprenticeship

with the Electrical Division but

resigned the following year to
join the military service.

During World War 1 1 ne was

a Staff Sergeant with the Air
Force, serving part of the time in
Italy.

After he was discharged from
the military service, he worked

as a civilian employe of the Na Navy
vy Navy until he resigned to live in the
United States in August, 1953.
Mr. Lewis was a Mason and a
member of the B.P.O.E. Lodge
1414 in Balboa.
He was married to the former
Virginia Malee, who surviveshim.
They have two children, Sharon
11, and 'David, 8. He is also sur survived
vived survived by hit parents, now living
in St. Petersburg, Fla. and by a
sLster, Mrs. Betty Hackett, of
Balboa.

circular issued by the Schools Di Di-sions
sions Di-sions which states:
"Tuition charges for children of
Grades K-12 who are dependents
of U.S. citizen employes of the
Panama Canal Company Canal
Zone Government, are assumed by
ihe Canal Zone Government.
"Admission of children spon sponsored
sored sponsored by other U.S. Government
agencies including tht Armed
Forces will bt madt upon pr
stntation of proptrly validateJ

sponsorship cards.
"Non resident children, not spon sponsored
sored sponsored by a United States Govern,
ment agency, may be admitted
on a spaceavalable basis uopn
completion of the regular tuition
contract. All new applications horn
tuition pupils are received at the
Division of Schools offices on cl clatter
atter clatter Aug. 15.
"Parents of all pupils enrolled
last year for whom the payment
of tuition is required should call
at the principal's o fice to sign
contract cards prior to the open.

I ing of school on Sept. 3, 1953.
"Parents on the Pacific Side

who wish to enter tuition pupils
who have not formerly at!enricrl
the Canal Zone schools should
bring their children to the assist assistant
ant assistant Superintendent of Schools, of.
fice of the Superintendent of
Schools, Cvil Affairs Building, a a-ny
ny a-ny time after Aug. 15.
"Atlantic Side parents and pu pupils
pils pupils should apply at the o;fice of

Cristobal High School.
"Students who wish to enter
(he Canal Junior College may reg register
ister register any time before Selp 4.
Junior College class work will be begin
gin begin Sept. 4.
"College students are asked to
call with their parent or guard,
ian at the junior college building,

Room 311, to sign their tuition
contract cards not later than
Sept. 4.
"Students from Panama who did
not attend the Canal Zone Junior
College last year are asked to
consult with the Dean at the col college
lege college office."

The Panamanian; letter- -wSl
delivered shortly after midday
today by ambassador Ricardo
M. Arias to acting secretary of
state Christian Herter.
Arias said the letter thanked
President Eisenhower for his
efforts to push through Con Congress
gress Congress a law authorizing equal
pay for Panama Canal Zone

workers and other measure
implementing the 1955 pact.
But responsible sources said
that the Panamanian chief o?
state went on to urge that Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower prevail on the Canal
Zone authorities to establish a
wage scale more In line vitft
United states than Panamanian
standards.

Army Specialist
Found Dead In Auto
At RP Restaurant

Teamster Otiicial Savagely
Burned, Death Expected Soon

2 Found In Ancon
Apartment Plead
Guilty To Burglary

Two Panamanians who were
found in an unoccupied apartr

ment in La Boca by a ponce
officer pleaded guilty at U.S.
District Court at Ancon today
to burglary.
They were Oscar Aguilar, 25,
and Victor Castro. 31, and were
both given 18 month prison
sentences, suspended pending
their good behavior for three
years.
District Attorney Rowland K.
Hazard said officer A. Zon saw
two men In the unoccupied a a-partment
partment a-partment and called Balboa
Police Station for help. When
officer Blystone arrived, they
arrested the two men who were

found huddled up in a shower

compartment. They had in
their possession a bag of brass

Dlumhtna fivtures worth $10

Sp5 Charles M. Tyree of the
U.S. Army Signal Service, Quarry
Height, was found dead in his au automobile
tomobile automobile at the Quince Letras
restaurant on Trans-Isthmian High Highway
way Highway early this morning. He was
37.

At approximately 1:30 a.m., a
Panamanian girl came into the
bar of the restaurant to an announce
nounce announce that a man in a car out outside
side outside was in evident distress and
needed help. Dr. Ramirez Chacon
of Panama City was summoned
and arrived on the scene at 3:10
a.m. to pronounce the soldier
dead.
The National Guard was called
and the body was taken to Santo
Tomas hospital in Panama City
pending an autopsy today.
Tyree is survived by his wife,
Gladys, and two sons Scolty L.,

12, and Charles M., 7 here in the
Canal Zone and his mother Mrs.
Grace Workman of Muncie. Ind.
The U.S. Army Carribean Milita

ry Police arc cooperating with
the National Guard in furthering

an investigation into the incident

The return of the body of the
States and arrangements for in interment
terment interment in Kentucky are pending

PONT1AC, Mich., Aug. 5 UPI)
Teamsters Union official Frank
Kierriorf, burned beyond recogni
tion in a savage fire assault by
two unknown men yesterday, was!
interviewed for the third time lo j
day but his vengeance seeking
uncle, Herman Kerdorf, had dis disappeared.
appeared. disappeared. Frank, a 56 year-old ex-convict
business agent for Teamsters Loc-

al 332 in Flint, Mich., still clung
j lo life at 9: I a.m. in St. Justpn

Mercy Hospital but doctors said
his death was only a matter of
time.
Ht reptttd to interviewing of of-iFictrs
iFictrs of-iFictrs that ht did not know tht
two mtn who doustd him with
an inflamablt fluid and sat him
afira and gavt no hint whtrt ht
thought Htrman might be hid hiding.
ing. hiding. Herman disappeared last night
from under the noses of police
guards at the hospital but policy
admitted only today that they
didn't know where he was.
They had obtained a wauan'

charging him with possession of t
silencer.
The silencer was found in tht
homo of a next door neighbo- in
Madison Heights. Judy Tyltr, a
15-year-old girl residing at tht
home said Htrman gavt hor a
brief cast that contained a P-38
Lugtr automatic and tht htmt htmt-made
made htmt-made silencer three weeks ago.
Herman told police he had no
idea who attacked" Frank but ha
was "go'ng to find out."
A lieutenant told him to let po police
lice police take care of the attack Hit
Herman replied, "not if I get there
first."
Frank, who last November re refused
fused refused to tell the Senate Rackets
Committee about operations of his
union, was drenched with a f raid,
set afire and dumped in front of
the hospital "looking like a wm
bie."

Hoffa Accused
Of Connection
With Underworld

Dasher To Attend
Inauguration Of
Colombian Prexy
Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dasher,

commanding general. U.S. Army
Caribbean, has been named as
the Department of Defense repre representative
sentative representative to the United Slates del delegation
egation delegation attending he inauguraion
of Colombia's new president, Dr.
Alberto Llercas Camargo.
Dasher was scheduled to leave
Albrook Air Force base today for

Bogota and expects to return Aug
10. Accompanying him as aide
de camp will be 1st Lt. J. C. Het Hettinger
tinger Hettinger Jr.
Other members of the U.S. del delegation
egation delegation are: John M. Cabot U.S.
Ambassador to Colombia; Gray Grayson
son Grayson L. Kirk, president of Colum Columbia
bia Columbia University; Jay Gould, New
York financier; Philip W. Bonsai,
U.S. Ambassador to Bolivia and
William P. Snow, deputy Under Undersecretary
secretary Undersecretary for Inter-American Af-

J fairs in the Department of State.

Canal Zone Painter
To Exhibit Work
At Panama Library
A distinguished American
nainter. Mrs. Sallie Frost Kneer,

will exhibit her works next underworld characters."

WASHINGTON, Aug. 5 (UPK (UPK-Chairman
Chairman (UPK-Chairman John L. McClellan (D (D-Ark.)
Ark.) (D-Ark.) said today the Senate Rac Rackets
kets Rackets Committee has evidence that
Teamster President James. Hof a

had "alligned himself with certain

Monday at the National Library

in Panama City.
Mrs. Kneer, a well-known Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone resident, studied art
at Arlington Hall School, Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, DC, at the University
of Missouri, at Cincinnati Aca Academy
demy Academy of Commercial Art, at
Corcoran Gallery School of Art,
Washington, DC., with Daniel
Garbe, Asa Randal, Elliot O' O'-Hara
Hara O'-Hara and other teachers.
She exhibited in Unl t e d
States and the Canal Zone, and

now will submit her works to
the local critics in Panama.

The exhibition includes 42
paintings, !n many of which
Mrs. Knerr interprets the char character
acter character in the faces of the Pan

amanian people and the beauti

These characters, McClellan said
"are a part and parcel of the cri
minal jlemcnts and most sinister
forces in this country."
McClellan's statement open'.d a
session in which it was expected
that Hoffa, making a return ap appearance
pearance appearance before the comuuttee,
would be questioned about the "hu "human
man "human torch" attack on one of his
Michigan associates.
Hoffa himself re used to talk to
reporters about the attack on
Frank Kierdorf, business ageni for
Teamster Local 332 at Flint, Mich.
Surrounded by lawyers and
aides, Hoffa told newsmen "I have
absolutely no comment about any anything"
thing" anything" McClellan said in bis opening
statement that the Teams'ers.

ful and picturesque countryside largest and most powerful union

of Panama

The Department of Fine Arts
of the Ministry of Education
invites Canal Zone and Pan Panama
ama Panama att lovers to the inaugura inauguration,
tion, inauguration, which wll be held at 4:30
p m. next Monday, at the li library,
brary, library, near the Presldencla.

m tne country, nad given Hotfa a
tremendous "potential for got)'
and evil. If that power should b
misdirected, the chairman said,
"then it could become an e.in.me e.in.me-ly
ly e.in.me-ly evil and destructive force in the
social political, and economic lift
of our country.



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PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 195S

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THE MAIL BOX

LOCAL BATE UNIONS

Labor News
And
Comment

By VICTOR RIESEL
PARIS Gen. de Gaulle in the
world's only leader who cannot

be reaeheo directly by a no. mal

telephone system. He has cut bin bin-sell
sell bin-sell off 'torn such distractions.
There are but two phones on his
private desk in his Hotel Matignon
headquarters for he loathes such
instruments as a devilish intrusion
on his thoughts, privacy, time and

energy needed for the creation ol

a new social system in fraice--which
will not quite be modern
capitalism as we know it but will

have all capitalism's freedom for

all workers and businessmen

The General and his closest aides

deliberate long into the night tij;ht
ing for every minute in which

to stave off the Communists on one

"Out, Damned Spot!"

,, wviat is 10 stave oil me iommunisis on one
Is I'hiup N- Malcolm iMail Box Aug. 1 'n he is a sioe and lhe Faseisls 00 tne 'her
he doing trying to interfere in the ailairs of Local 907 wnen ne is a Q q phones qr Ge

HeYa been criticizing Local 900 for not being more xndepen- VfKed cd
. ,nd fur not working more closely with the

dent

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. t.me hp cm cizcs i i"' o r in pr-minisiena communica :on

ftTJn'cth in the National Assembly. What does he want? .! system over which Gen. de Gaulle

rh" ,,, t0 form his own union, let mm go rigiit. anu -mCan talk directly to his cabinet

do so Tm sure nobody would follow h.m but tne peop.e wnu uWC

him money

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Neither Local m not Local tmn.

CANAL'S LOCAL HIRING

Dmmittee which is going to put

policy to recruu

Sir:

t .loieH lt wepk bv the co

iv ""?.""-- . t that it is a nolicy

ZSrl couid be found snd only "as a last

l,v Gm nt is coined': I believe they said that with

rS, in their cheeks and have no more

......,

lericans and 1 can

sal Company Government is conce
i innoiipt in their cheeks and

i 100 percent effort to recruit locally than
i.l .u. lanuiiaee in the Zone

apansn ;",?.., ,rp hM bv Am

: AIL me gooojoos tn rh,ne( this, espe-

v.-. rnmnanu.onvprn k i waui-iuft

nsrrny ee uit- "i-. --.-- ,nn inh ann ica ions

ri.llv when we also read that tney rece ve uc, j--r

Ifrom the United States most years and in meat i,
recession. is". sort over eas lashup and quite as
m''l.,7lXmS:rain.tb.1 nK "tin, d

III. on ilia... .... u,.ij ;i rooniit nra v?

wny miuuiu ii

paying their travel expanses,

Not Fooled.

(ORONADO BEACH

Beach Boy" (Mail Box, Aug. 2) for

Sir:

Thanks tc noinanwi nn, in nnsition

toe fine plug for Coronacio Keacn.
-SftBVffSBt
5f ,5r-rf.A AS! i"r, wtod .nd Sl,d .. hw
visitors around Richard Eisenmann,
Fresident, Coronacio Corporation.

Sir:

area of

LADIES OF J STREET

The extent .to which pr-Ututlon U i P-cticed in the busy

j street, uai.e .,hCrtn a

members personally merely by

pressing a button without any se
cretary as an intermediary. When
de Gaulle calls on that intercom,
a sharp buzzer goes off on the
desk of the minister he wants for
swift action. The other day, when
jets and sailor riflemen and war warships
ships warships were streaming eastward, I
heard that buzzer many times.
Yat neither Andre Malraux
nor the others broke off con conversations
versations conversations with this visitor
through whom they wanted to
explain to tha American people
what they wanted to do for tha
French people and therefore
for tha free western world,
Malraux said bluntly that they
de Gaulle and the men and wo women
men women in the tight band around him
had stopped Fascism in Algeria.
Now they were smashing away at
Communism and Marxism.
Malraux related how in 1934 Sta Stalin
lin Stalin had told him that the Com Communists
munists Communists planned to start a chain
reaction of revolutions all over
Europe. This failed, Malraux said,
because the workers hd repudiat repudiated
ed repudiated internationalism. This is a na nationalist
tionalist nationalist century. The workers ev
erywhere love their land and so

in France it is his job to develop!
ideas which can link the workers!

directly to the state and the state
to the workers.
These are his instructions from
Gen. de Gaulle. And even as we
talked, lhe general was meeting
a few doors away with the lead leaders
ers leaders of powerful electrical, railway,
gas and other public utility work
ers unions in long personal con conversations.
versations. conversations. The Premier told liiem
that each group must sacrifice for
six months the unions, the
employers and the state. The gov government
ernment government sacrifice would be in the
form of subsidies so that wages
can be higher, corporate losses a a-voided
voided a-voided and better times possible
for all.
Some of the union chiefs were
Communists-officials of the Mos Moscow
cow Moscow controlled t'GT General
Confederation of Labor. It would
have been simple, in the privacy
of his own high ccilinged office, to

say that if they struck he would
rimply call out lhe troops. Hel
didn't. He did what he did during!
th first week in .June. At that!
time he had called in all the u
nion chiefs, a few at a tirrf?, and
asked them to work with him for
"a democratic state.
The Communists had refused to
come then. Their refusal to talk

to him had split the Communist

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BUT I'LL NEVER GET A PU PU-LliL.L,a
LliL.L,a PU-LliL.L,a iiiiCt.. itiayoe it was
just a coincidence, anyway Rober.
Leicester maoe nis ursi boo-Doo
on tne 21 yuiz show a iew hours
alter 1 unmasked nis connection
in the past with three organiza
tions cueu as "suoversive Dy
the Attorney General and commit
lets oi tne House and Senate. .
Dan Ennght, co-prouueer ot the
show, came to Leicester's deiense

of course. Said the contestant had

ers are mere amateurs alongside Shelly Thomas, look alike for Bar-

WASHINGTON In some part
of the North, Negro flag-wjvin.
has become good politics. In sum.
parts of the South, Negro hatini
nas become equally good politics.
In both caes it can sometimes
cover up a multitude o. sins.
Take the case of Congressman

Adam Clayton Lowell, alljgeu
Democrat of Harlem in the Noun,
and the case of Gov. Orval Fan
bus, alleged Democrat of Arkan
sas in the South. Both are up for
re-election and both are running
not on whether they have pceu
good public serAints bnt wnethcr
they are either a champion oi the
Negro or a suppressor of the Ne Negro.
gro. Negro. It happens that other issues are
also extremely nn ant in the
USA, but they have been forgot forgotten
ten forgotten in thcte and certain other e e-lection
lection e-lection races.
Powell represents a district,
Harlem, which has many prob

lems in Congress outside the race

issue housing, education, he.ltli.

But the congresman from Har

lem has one of the worst attend attendance
ance attendance records in Congress. Twice
in Rome last summer he collect collected
ed collected enough counier-part funds Lorn
the American Embassy to rent a
villa on the Adriatic.
N.Y. NEGROES OPPOSE
Though Powell is supposed -o be
a Democrat, he plays ball with
the Republicans on such viial is
sues as Hells Canyon, the great
water power project o Idaho Ore Oregon.
gon. Oregon. Whenever it comes up tot a

vote in his Interior Committee,

Powell is absent. The last time,
believe it or not, friends located
him by telephone in the office of
Sherman Adams, inveterate foe of
public power.
Now that Adam Powell has been,
indicated lor income-tax evasion,

many prominent Negro leaders in

Louisiana Gas and signed it into
dW.
Ail three helped push the ratt
increase through the Legislate,
UTILITIES' SPECIAL CAR
Later, when iti Stephens hir hired
ed hired a special car to come to Wasiv
UigiOii ior uu: uig ii-umaii uinaer,
Governor Faubus was a gues. in
mat car, occupieu a lanty ..uue
at the Mayflower and a $100 seat
at the dinner, nis lriends ot Loa
gas company picked up the lab.
Governor Faubus nau campaign campaigned
ed campaigned as a hillbilly and a nioutratB
on integration. Lc came iroji a
part of Arkansas which had ,e
.e0iocs. lie atienueu Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth College, listed as a Com Com-munit
munit Com-munit institution, and, Contrary
to his own statement that he was
there only a siort time, the rec record
ord record shows he was president oi the
student council, a member of tha
disciplinary council, and mum
the May Day speech, a day igm igm-iicant
iicant igm-iicant to Communists.
However, the Stephens brothers
peeded to have Faubus run or .a
third term in order to keep tha
Public Service Commission tinder
Faubus appointees. No governor
of Arkansas has been electei for
a third term since Jefferson Dav Davis,
is, Davis, a namesake of the President ol"
the Confederacy.
But l'aubus decided to run for
a third term. Simultaneously ha
wrapped himself in the race issue.
Gov. Marvin Griffin of Georgia
came to Little Rock for an impor important,
tant, important, confidential visit, and short

ly mereaiter the issue of nine Ne Negro
gro Negro children at Central Hich
School hit the headlines all tha
way from Tokyo to Tuscaioosa,
Ala., from Moscow to Meridian,
Miss.
So the people of Arkansas, for
the most part, will vote nn! nn

whether Faubus has been a god

New York are opposing him sim- gve"nor, but on whether he haf

him. .uops, my si, is showing: ry ieison, the star, share the piy because he is not a good con-;Deen a vigorous opponent o' thu
I meant Barbara Hunt, not Bar-sdme umoreua. .smger Kauiy I eressman. Hulan Jack, the lirst Negro, jusl as the voters of Har

bara Hall, wnen I referred lo Barr is crazy about those dive-in Negro chairman of the New York j 'em will vote for Congress ma :i Po-

to- the beautiiul and talented ice

queen who understudies the stars
of the "Song of Norway" on ice
at Jones Beach. .is the Purple
People Eater a member of the

If nnn,L. iT.ii y.,1,1

i mi v mill iini .linn

movies. Says you sec tne most Citv Council, is leading the op- wen, not on tne Oasis of whether

romantic love scenes thru the position. es been a good Congressman,
rear view minor. I He believes that when Negroes: ut whether he's been a champion
'send a Congressman to Washing- 01 the Negro.
j ton he must be a good Confess-

Times Square with plam trees: man, regardless of racial views.

foweil, wnetner wnue or uiacit, lchtlc i s

whether Democrat or Republican,

! Annual international Police Chiefs

convention coming up in Miami

This I can do without trying: Un two months Hoods will ha I has not been a good public serv-, ANKARA, Turkey (UPI) Turk-

loi-miti'itiid me ;iicnfi3ll.n ill i I h Yves Montand. the French singer, ant. I ish police have seized copies nt

the "suoversive" organizations) is willing to switch his political i make way for 3,000 coppers. I However, having wrapped him- subversive tracts being distributed

within a matter of a iew months sentiments, if that s what you : ABC's American Bandsiatid disk I ra e , e ln AnKara was reported today.

lie tisiuum. c """ .,,-. .l.mnn It

i -m mowim I '1 TT7 tj m U V t J I niUCl aivii' -1

drastic measures Dy ri -- ., and have ranks right up to the top.

Is a menace to tne aecwiii their GIs. Then about July 1 th. bu

to dbserve the nignny u,.u tw streets are fre-

Tsoerkoftah p women DassiiiK uuuii6u ---

icoUv...... nnjairc hpuunrs anc a wiiuic

Dulgiais, uiuiijo, uuy. f

Ssh an atmosphere creditable to our society and to the prestige
91 BSrrt many Spanish-language newspapers
.gainst this prostitution, and especially agains the TMnagen
7ho have elected to make their "ving in this fashion the au
Soritles are lagging in makng a whole-hearted attack on the
iHs incredible that our principal street. Central Avenue,
and the areas adjacent to It have become converted into a red
VcXmention the alleged barmaids" in many of the bars

MnorfflW -nni for thelfactory

UbThis problem warrants Immediate attention in view of the
. n .r-i.A kt th avistpnrp of Drostitutes in our fronti

unipiia-ntJiiB i.i i. i. yj j
- Mr. X

Sir:

of tha inter-ministerial commu

nications system sounded on tha

dvisan

them in

and asked them to prepare laws

patterned around something he
calls tha Association of Capital
and Labor. This would sat up
special union-management coun councils
cils councils in avary shop, factory and
other installations in the land -with
tha possible exception of
those with lass than 100 employes-

As it was explained to me by
Gen. de Gaulle's Minister of Labor,
Paul Bacon, and the General's own
inner cabinet trade union expert.
Jean Aubry, the powers of these
plant councils would be highly
flexible. Each industry and ct.ch

would have to work out

the duties and powers of each coun

cil.
One thing is certain. The work workers
ers workers on these councils will nave
"responsibility." They will parti participate
cipate participate in management but not in
ownership.
This type of labor management
council direction of industry had
been Gen. de Gaulle's i'dea since

, . ... a,, ois ctnre'his leadership of the Provisional
There is a stretch of road. in front of the Army Sales Store Bov..rm.t in th mid

oi joining mem.
A few Months. tHa, H!;. On
May i, Van toctoie Russia was
"our Drave ally") the Daily
W oi iter printeu Leicester's name
as one of tne signers the A
mencan t'eace AiOoinzation s peti petition
tion petition to .ree Earl Browner. Uhe
reason Leicester leit that one in
"a lew months" is that the APM
was liquidated wnen riussia en
tered tne war, no longer needed
to serve Communism s purpose).
... Tnen live years lattrf not a
lew montns) we iinu ieicester
leit that one in "a lew months"
is that the APM was liquioaled
when Russia entered the war, no
longer needed to serve Commu Communism's
nism's Communism's purpose). .Then live
years later (not a few months)
we find Leicester back at the
same old stana (but with dif er er-ent
ent er-ent vegetables) when a letterhead
of the Win the-Peace Conference,
dated Feb. 28, 1946, lists him as
"executive- secretary." (it should
be noted that executive secreta secretaries
ries secretaries usually run the works.)

call them, in order to get a visa jock, Dick Clark nlavPH t 7 nnn

and make a mint here. . ."Say kids at his Florida origination
Darling's" darling Vivian Blaine (Got an extra fee of eight grand
says the only thing wrong with! to do it.). .Gentleman H aVr y
bachelors is there aren't enuf . Mufson, perfect host of the per per-.
. per-. .Maurice D'Eufemia closed his feet Eden Roc hotel, denies ail
2nd Ave. Maurice plusherie to en- the for sale rumors ('started hv

joy a short' vacation with his va- the opposition) for what would

probably be re-elected.

FAUBUS FRIEND
OF UTILITIES

SUICIDE LANE

I could go on and on: Then on
March 5, 1946 the Daily Worker
printed that Leicester was an offi official
cial official spokesman for "The Win-the-Peace
Conference." Leicester was

quoted as saying that that move
ment had been originated by
Paul Robeson and Julius Emspak
(whose records on "Communism
are part of the record). . .So
what does 21's Enright mean
when he says Leicester didn't
know about the Communist back background
ground background of these organization?. .
On May 13, 1946, a letterhead of
the Civil Rights Congress (which
I have- before me) shows Leices Leicester
ter Leicester as a member o.' an 11-man
executive committee of the "Vet "Veterans
erans "Veterans Against Discrimination."
The letterhead bears the signature
of Millard Lampell, exposed as a
member of the Communist Party-

Miami Beach be without gentle

man Harry. .Newest suburb

cationing wife, Bette Benne, the

blonde thrush. .El Borracho's
Harvey (the Fireman) Rosen, who
had i fire re opening himself, out
did all the floral pieces to Ed
Wynne, on the Harwyn's postfire
preem, with a huge creation com

plete with fireman's helmet, pick-1 Tells me they're building a n

ax, nyara

"Kerosene

The masterpiece now reposes on
the Harwyn's piano. .Latin

Quarter's lovely Tanya Corlette,
who showers ons) stage, and young

Or take the reverse case of Gov

ernor Faubus of Little Rock, whoi
has probably done the USA morel
damage in Asia and Africa thani
any other one American.
ITnroaHino thic hnwpvpr tpl's

of sprawling Metropolitan Miami j take a dispassionate look at the'
is Aruba, in the Netherlands An-1 Faubus record right where he

tilles. Hank Meyer, public rela-! lives and operates in Arkansas,
tions wiz who handles the City o" Faubus was elected on a plat plat-Miami
Miami plat-Miami Beach, just signed it un form ol opposing higher taxes and
Tll- ,i 1 u : i .- ,u. ..ui;.. .. .1

Sources said the leaflets called
Crown Prince Feisal, who recer.i
for overthrow of the governmenl
by a revolution similar to the re recent
cent recent one in Iraq.

l,,nt, olr Ir, lhn nilllli,. lllll

PW I n'S''1 iflica mi puuuv uiu

oetore he was elected,

nt and a can labeled ; hotel for a January nnenino i ties. Just

use only to set fire." (Gambling, too.) l atest .,..; I the Public Service Commisjion

in me noiei siaKes is Sam Fripd

land, chairman or th-

the giant Food Fair Stores, whose rate. .increase

taniaouious Diplomat opens in
Hollywood, FJa. (not Calif.) this
season, with an 18 hole golf
course and country club on the
grounds.

This is no gag: Note from Cin Cindy
dy Cindy (and I) Adams: "I shouldn't
say Joey is getting old, but the
other day he received a brochure
from a home for the aged mark marked
ed marked 'Urgent.'

appointed by his predecessor Gov.

rrancis Cherry, had reluseo a

the Arkansas-

Louisiana Gas Company.
The gas company is run by Jack
and Witt Stephens, two sn.art
gray-flannel suit boys who have
started tossing money around in
politics and have become the Dig Dig-gest
gest Dig-gest political power in Arkansas.
What their hold was on Faubus,
the people o Arkanas at fust
didn't know. But when the Public
Service Commission refu.ieo a
rate increase and the Supreme
C urt of Arkansas also refused an
increase, Governor Faubus, des despite
pite despite previous campaign pie iges,
rushed to the rescue.

I could go on and on (But we
are near the bottom): Barrister's
are wondering what's the law nn

Rita Hay worth's upcoming back ne Supreme Court's decision

alimony suit aeainst Alv Khan came down on a Monday. By i ri-

At the time of their divorce ho day of that same week Faubus has

voluntarily submitted himself to i rusned ra,e increase through

dn Gaillard Highway that could well be called Suicide Lane. I
2m .noon ahmit the thrpe lanes beeinMne at the entrance

Of the store and ending at the light. This is where drivers
throw safety and courtesy out the window and the game of who
can reach the light first begins. It Is not a place for a timid,
law-abiding soul.
First of all one must understand the layout of the battle

ound. The idea is to: (1 give the people coming out tne
iles Rtore a fbrhtine chance to get on the road; (2) divide the

afiic 'going straight on the highway from those who wish to

turn off for Diablo and Balboa.
Now here Is how the game goes. You are first in line ol
everal cars coming down Gaillard highway towards the maze
Of lines. This Is the way It has been for several miles and every everyone
one everyone was happy ln their place and all going the maximum speed
limit. You signal that you are going Into the middle lane as
goon as the solid white line becomes a broken one just before
the light and the turn off to Balboa.
Two things can happen and usually do. Either someone
Comes out the store and follows alongside of you regardelss of
your frantic signals, and the car behind you stays right on your
Bumper so there is no stopping. Consequently you are forced to
turn off and go to Balboa.
The other thing that might happen as you reach the broken
line and signal you are going Into the middle lane is that the
car behind you beat you To the punch by crossing the solid line
and is now alongside of you and not about to mve Once again
you go to Balboa.
One of two things can be done. The timid, law-abiding
aouls can become beasts behind the wheel as the others are, or
there can be a closer watch of this section of the road by the
police and few more tickets.
The ayatem used to mark the roads in the Canal Zone leaves
reat deal t be desired but It Is better then no road mark mark-Ings
Ings mark-Ings at all and the fret lot all that you find ln Panama
Timid

forties. Something has to be done

now, Mr. Malraux said during my
talk with him. Why'3 Because
the French workers are wose off
than they have been in 50 years.
As I walked into the Hotel Ma
(igon courtyard with one of the
Premier's aides I said that this
looked like a left-of -center, demo democratic,
cratic, democratic, anti-fascist regime.
"That's exafiy what we've oeen
trying to tT? the world, but
they don't believe us, do they?"
was the retort.

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One For Our Side: Leicester
was kayoed by Dr. oade Ruby of
Los Angeles. Appropriately, Dr.
Ruby is a noted Communist fight fighter
er fighter whose hatred of the Reds is
held against him in leftwing aca academic
demic academic circles. He's chairman of
the English department at Pepper Pepper-dine
dine Pepper-dine College and pastor of the
Hollywood Church of Christ. His
teaching salary is only $4,900 a
year and, though you wouldn't
expect it from a clergyman, he's
just completed a book entitled,
"The Loves o' Lord Byron."

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While WW's Away (EM Plays):
Rhonda Fleming's ex, that's Dr.
Lew Morrill, forgetting the sla
tuesque redhead with a pint-sized
blonde, namely Sharon Lee, for former
mer former stripper, and I'd like to for forget
get forget with Rhonda. Overheard
at Erika's the -n's newes
late spot): "A practical nurse is
one who marries a rich patient."
. .Woolie Donahue and his unof
fieial fiancee. Judy Church, may maybe
be maybe made it official when he gave
her a sparkler at the Warwirk's
Raleigh Room just before sailing
for Europe. Thoughts while listen listening
ing listening to music by Berlin: he's been
with us so long, knocking out hits
for half a century, that we take
his tunes for granted and forg"t
that he's the king of them all,
supreme in a field where all olh

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out of it now by "diplomatic im immunity"
munity" immunity" as Pakistan's UN ambas ambassador,
sador, ambassador, -or is he bound by the ear earlier
lier earlier court aprrearance?. Joanne
Dru due for Long Island Summer
stork, which is the circuit t h e
wolves will follow... Newest gim gim-mick:
mick: gim-mick: The annual Friars Frolic
on Aug. 25 at Roosevelt Race
way. Twenty-nine charities will
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tuel parimu-tuel machines. Roseland Dance Dance-hall's
hall's Dance-hall's Lou Brecker says he's add adding
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Some gals who are out for the op op-notite
notite op-notite gender
Want a legal arrangement with a
man who's tender.
Other gals who are out for the
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1958
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AW INPgPENPENT DAILY WEWSFATEE
PAOI THREB
Smattiers Believes Democrats
ill Make Gains In Elections

AJ. GEN. CHARLES L. DASHER, left, commanding general of U.S. Army Caribbean, meets
with left to right, Col. John F. Schmelzer, newly assigned G-3, USARCARIB, and Col. Cecil
Himes, new commandant of the USARCARIB School, Fort Gullck. At the right is Brig. Gen.
Milton L. Ogden, deputy commanding general. Schmelzer and Himes arrived in the Canal
Zone last week. Schmelzer's last assignment was with the U. S. Army Corps Reserve, Boise,
Idaho, as sector commander. Himes came to USARCARIB from the Army language school, Pre Presidio
sidio Presidio of Monterrey, California. Both are West Point graduates. (U.S. Army Photo)

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MOVIES-TCLEVISION
by Erskint Johnson

MA Stali Correspondent

HOOLYWOOD (NEA) The
trouble with Harry is that he
isn't Harvey. Harvey, the imag imaginary
inary imaginary rabbit, remained invisible
to stage and movies audiences and
won all kinds of critical praise.
Come now Harry, the visible
rabbit, and Hollywood's discov discovery
ery discovery that rabbits are lousy actors.
But it's too late to put in a call
for Harvey so they're making
Harry act with a "method" that
has nothing to do with the New
York Group Theater.
Harry is Jerry Lewis' travel traveling
ing traveling companion in a magic act on
a USO tour in the Paramount
movie, "The Geisha Boy." But
hes more than just a limp rabbit
Jerry pulls out of a hat. Harry is
sort of a live Bugs Bunny, who
suns himself on a small rubber
raft while wearing dark glasses;
leans against a suitcase with one
paw and, in his big dramatic
scene, kneels down and prays
alongside of Jerry.

Harry is giving a great perform performance.
ance. performance. It may be because, as Director
Tashlin says:
"I've finally got an actor where
I want him tied down."

Lover Shot While
Sleeping With Wife
Of Another Man

DEAN MARTIN and Ricky
Nelson can't be called happy

over Howard Hawks' decision to

have them sing a couple of songs
in the western, "Rio Bravo."

They play gunslingers who come

to the aid of Johny Wayne a

sheriff with toom many badmen on
his hands, and both had their
fingers crossed that they could
play their roles straight. Now
Martin will warble a title tune
over the film's credits and will
duet with Rcky in a jail se sequence.
quence. sequence. It may be out of charac character
ter character but t's box office.

..DIRECTOR FRANK TASHLIN
left the "method" of making
Harry act to Lionel Comport,
who trains animals for movies.
Lionel read the script, turned
pale and said, "You're sure, Mr.
Tashlin, we can't use Harvey,"
instead Jy?fNorfIarey,
Frank repled. "Harry is E3VE
RABBIT."
"Let's face it," Lionel told me,
"rabbits make wonderful fried
rabbit and hasenpfeffer and they
look cute dyed pink for Easter
but they are lousy actors. I had
to figure out certain gimmicks to
get Harry to act."
I thought I knew what Lionel
meant.
"Like lots of coaching and
kindness and lots of carrots?"
"No," Lonel whispered as he
moved into the sound stage
an Alfred Hitchcock movie. "I'm
using my 'method' strapping
Harry down to keep him in cer certain
tain certain positions. And putting spe special
cial special plastic tubing on his nails
to protect Jerry's face. Few peo people
ple people realize that a rabbit will
scratch like a cat."

..HARRY, HOLLYWOOD'S only
gtrapped-down actors, doesn't

mind. They re not hurting him
and Director Tashlin says that
even if rabbits are lousy actors

..LEAVE IT TO Hollywood to
give that bucolic game of cro croquet
quet croquet a flair grandpa never'
dreamed of back in the horse and
buggy days. French actor Louis

("GigO Joudan defeated Di

rector Jean Negulesco, two out

of three games, in the annual
Samuel Goldwyn Tournament at
Goldwyn's Beverly Hills home.
The players used the one

pound English ball and brass brass-bound
bound brass-bound 3 3-4-pound Enlgish mallet
on the English court 35 yards
lone. The American court is 20

yards. In the gallery were George
Sanders, last year's champion,
Jennifer Jones, Dana Wynter
and other Hollywoodites, who
bet heavily on Joudan, wearing
only black shorts, and Negulesco,
in blue slacks and chewing a
cigar. The scorekeeper "Prince"
Mike Romanoff made it I obvious
that it wasn't just another Rame
of back yard polo. It was, in a
way, the Wimbledon of croquet.

..SHORT TAKES: Elvis Pres Presley's
ley's Presley's one-time Las Vegas chorus
girl pal, Dotty Harmony, and
Tommy Sands have discovered
each other. . Audie Murphy
sold his 17,000-acre cattle rqnch
in Arizona. ... If "Mexican
Bobshell," the Lupe Velez film film-biography,
biography, film-biography, reaches the sound
stages the role will be played by
night- club warbler Estelita. The
late Lupe reigned as one of Hol Hollywood's
lywood's Hollywood's one-time silent stars.

PITTSFIELD, Mass. (UPI) -An
enraged husband shot his
wife's lover to death when he
found them asleep together, police

said.
Michael M. Slonsky, 28, of Pitts Pitts-field,
field, Pitts-field, a sailor stationed at Charles Charleston,
ton, Charleston, S.C., was charged with mur murder
der murder and ordered held without
bond. Police said Slonsky signed
a confession admitting he killed
Henry Gripenberg, 27.
Gripehberg, a Marine Corps re reservist
servist reservist who had formerly lived at
Des Moines, Iowa, died with five
.25 caliber bullets in his body.

Slonsky said he found them
sleeping in his bed. He slapped
his wife, Paulita, to wake her up
All three of them argued for about
10 minutes," Police Chief Thomas
J. Calnan said.
"Then Gripenberg tried to get
out of bed. Slonsky whipped out
the gun and fired. But Gripenberg
kept coming. They fought and
Slonsky fired again. And again,"
Chief Calnan said.
The chief said Slonsky "followed
Gripenberg around the upstairs ot
the house, firing and firing until
Gripenberg slumped to the floor.
You can't keep moving with five
slugs in you."
"Slonsky called us when he

shooting was over," Chief Galnan
said. "He said There's been a
shooting.' He was very, very
reasonable. He did a very good
job. Gripenberg was good and
dead."
Mrs. Slonsky, 26, told police she
had been trying to get a divorce
for seven months in order to
marry Gripenberg. But, she said,
her husband refused to consent to
the divorce.
"Slonsky came home with that
eun he said he bought at Charles Charleston,"
ton," Charleston," Chief Calnan said. "I think

he came home with a purpose to

eaten tnem.

"He came and he saw and, well,
he did what he did," the chief
said.

WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate
Republican Leader William F.
Knowland said today that the
battle for control of the Senate
next November could be decided
yb "one or two votes" in favor of
either party. i
Simultaneously, Sen. George
Smathers (D Fla.), chairman of
the Senate Democratic Campaign
Committee, predicted that the
Democrats would gain 10 to 12
Senate seats in the autumn elections.

Smathers forecast Democratic
gains from Senate contests in Cal Cal-i'ornia,
i'ornia, Cal-i'ornia, New Jersey, New York,
Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Mary Maryland,
land, Maryland, Maine, West Virginia, Alas

ka and Michigan.

Knowland insisted the election
was not "in the bag for anybody,
either on the national level or on
a state contest." He said "the
contest is yet to be determined
and I would look personally for a
very close division in the Senate."
He also refused to write off his
own chances for success In his

uphill fight for the California gov governorship.
ernorship. governorship. He conceded he faced
"one of the hardest contests in
the country" but said "It's a con
test that can and will be won."
The GOP Senate leader made
the statement in a radio inter interview.
view. interview. Knowland's optimism about
GOP chances next fall coincided
with what Vice President Richard
M. Nixon has been telling Repub
lican members of Congress.

Nixon has been saying that the

election chances of GOP on-

gressmen are improving because

Knowland To Seek
Labor Reform Bill
Before Session Ends

WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate

Republican Leader William F

Knowland said today that the

public will demand labor reform

legislation next year if the House

fails to act on a Senate-approved

bill this session.
The Californian said that "a
great need for legislation of this
kind" had been demonstrated by
hearings o' the Senate Rackets
Committee headed by Sen. John
L. McClellan (D-Ark.).
The committer will recall Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Union President James R.
Hoffa tomorrow for questioning
about a dozen matters which Mc McClellan
Clellan McClellan has said "need a lot of
explanation."

McClellan announced Saturday
that the rackets group's long long-awaited
awaited long-awaited second bout with the con controversial
troversial controversial labor leader would indi indicate
cate indicate whether he has "kept faith"
with his pledge to clean up the
1,500,000 member union, the na nation's
tion's nation's biggest.
Knowland, in a radio interview
(Mutual-Reporter's Roundup), said
he had hoped that the House would
attach numerous amendments to
strengthen the Senate bill aimed
at preventing racketeering in la labor
bor labor unions.
But he said the bill was held
on speaker Sam Rayburn's desk
"for 41 days and has now been
referred to committee, and from
all indications it may die in the
House at this session."

"Nobody is mad at Congress." He
has been advising them that 1959
will be a "good year for incum incumbents."
bents." incumbents." Smathers said much the same
thing in a filmed TV interview.
He said that the Middle East cri crisis,
sis, crisis, "which has greatly disturbed
people all over the nation, has a
tendency to help the incumbent."
Smathers said that before the
Lebanese situation erupted he
thought the Democrats might pick
up even more than 10 or a dozen
Senate seats. But even though
the crisis ends to help ofi'ice
holders running for reelection, be
said, hi still looks for Democratic
gains.
The Democrats now control the
Senate by a 45-47 margin. They
base their hopes of increasing
that margin on the fact that many
Democrats seeking reelection hail
from traditionally "safe' ststts
while Republican candidates are
from "close" states.
Smathers said he expects Rep.

Clair Engle to beat Gov. Goodwin

Knight in a "tight race" in caii caii-fornia,
fornia, caii-fornia, views Democrat Harrison
Williams as "ahead" of Rep. Rob

ert W. Kean in New Jersey, and

thinks whichever Democrat is

nominated in New York will take

the seat being given up by Sen.
Irving Ives, Republican.

He laid democratic uov.
George M. Leader is "way

ahead", of Republican Rep. Hugh

Scott in Pennsylvania, and ex-

Rep. Thomas Dodd will defeat

Sen. William Purtell in Connecti Connecticut.
cut. Connecticut. He predicted that Baltimore
Mayor Thomas D'Alessandro
"definitely" will beat Sen. J.
Glenn Beall in Maryland, Maine
Gov. Edmund S. Muskie will un unseat
seat unseat Sen. Frederick Payne, Alas Alaska
ka Alaska will elect two Democrats as
its first senators and a still-to-be
chosen Democrat will defeat
Michigan's Sen. Charles Potter.
In West Virginia, Smathers
looked for a bonus. He said the
Democrats would gain two seats
there, with Robert Byrd unseat unseating
ing unseating GOP Sen. Chapman Rever Rever-comb
comb Rever-comb and a Democrat, still to be
picked, beating Sen. John D. Ho-

blitzell Jr.

n i i tin i iuw:-nuy aycamore neiicopters are lined up with geometric precision on the
runway at the Bristol Aeroplane Company's plant in Bristol, England. The machines are
bound for the German armed forces, accounting tor the markings and lettered "Achtung"
(Attention) on the tails. They'll be used in Deutsehland for air-sea rescue work

Cocoli Baptist Chutch
Revival Meetings

Three Students Make

n it nII

a nonor koii

At Paraiso School
Three students made the "A"
honor roll at the Paraiso Latin
American high school for the se

cond period, which ended July 25,

it was announced today, a total

of 53 made the "B" honor roll.
"A" Hones Roll
Edilma Moreno, Louis Brownie,

Delfina Ashley.

Annette Burgess 10 2

Cecilia Seales 10 2

Norma Wilkinson 10 2

Norman Foster 10 1

Hynette Hinas 10 5

Ladylease Goodridge 10 2
Bertilda Garnica 10 2

Lorraine Dunn 10 1

Marva Alleyne 10
Wilbert McKinnon 10
Cynthia Atherley 11
Conrad Blades 11
Dorothy Blao.es 11

Magnolia Cumberbatch 11
Doraa Davis 11

Yvonne Tittens 1

Sarah Johnson 11
Claudette Jones 11

Eisa Madrigal 11
Joan Mairs 11

Joyce St. Louis 11

Alexander Seales 11

Barbara Townsend 11
Eleida Walkes 11
Eva Wilson 11
Silvia Morales 11
Alfonso Martin 11
Leon Heaaly 1
Ruben Gomez 11
Stanford Levy 11

Robert Ramsey
Agnes Blaues

Yvonne iBryce 12 1
Ferdinand Cherrie 12 i
Steven Grnett 12 2
Holland Gayle 12 2
.loli a Gomez 12 1
Ahdrey Levy 12 2
Winston Powell 12 2
Elda Sanchez 12 2
uarolu liius 1-
Eugene Wilson 12 2
Wunelmina Daniels 12 I
Maida Icaza 12 X
Claudette ijoletf 12 2
Albert Watson" 12 1

Fehx Rios 12
Herman Laing 12
William Miilett 12
Virtor Diaz 12
Norma Brown 12

Sandra Brathwaite 12 2
Louis Sprauve 12 2

In. TROY A. 8UMKALL
Rev. Sumrall, popular evangelist and
present Pastor of the First Baptist
Church Refugio. Texas, will be
bringing God's Message Nightly be beginning
ginning beginning Wednesday, August 6th.
Come and Join us in gospel sing singing
ing singing and hearing God's Word.
Services begin at 7:30 p.m.
Everyone Welcome.

Michigan Governor Seeks Nomination
For 6th Term, Faces Some Opposition

LANSING, Mich., Aug. 5 (UPI)
Voters in recession hit Michi Michigan
gan Michigan are expected to renominate
3ov. G. Mennen Williams to an
linmccedented sixth term to today
day today in a primary seen by
Williams, as a measure or reac reaction
tion reaction to the recession.
Williams, likt .y contender lor
the Democ r a t ( c presidential
nomination in 1960, faces hit
first primary opposition in 10
years.
But the 47-year-old Governor
has ignorec' his opponent, radio
station owner V.illiam I. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, and li'si'ead has concen concentrated
trated concentrated on urgir.p an imp.ess'.ve
Democratic turnout to show show-Michigan
Michigan show-Michigan scorn for the "Eisen "Eisenhower
hower "Eisenhower recession.''
Paul D. Bagwell, 45, r,he un unopposed
opposed unopposed Republican candidate
for governor, also has cam campaigned
paigned campaigned on economic issues. He
claims Williams" tax policy and

kinship with labor leaders h.is
chased industry and jobs from
Michigan.
Sen. s Charles E. Potter (R (R-Mieh.fris
Mieh.fris (R-Mieh.fris also unopposed in the
Pepublioan primary.
Johnson heads a slate of
party rebels that represent the
first split in the Democratic
party since it took over a state
government that once was sol solidly
idly solidly Republican.
Williams' advisers say John Johnson
son Johnson should get no more than
40,000 of the 432,000 votes they
expect to be cast.
In the 1956 primary, 505,491
Republicans and 427,321 Demo Democrats
crats Democrats turned out.
Republicans conceded that
Democrats may outdraw the
GOP in the primary because of
the Democratic contests for
governor, lieutenant governor
and senator.

PANAMA AMERICAN
WANT ADI

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Priced from $ 4 8. 00
THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE
WEAR THE TISSOT VISODATE
...Why?

Nine out of ten people are unable to answer this simple question:
"What's the date today? At least they can't answer readily.
That is why thousands have already bought the Tissot-Visodate. . to
have the ready answer to thia( frequent question. The automatic answer
is always on the dial.
The Tissot-Visodate is available in 50 different models, self-winding or
tern-winding waterproof or for dress.
Tissot watches are sold and serviced by
OMEGA TISSOT dealers selected jewelers
SwSss Jewelry Store
11th. and Front Street Colon, R. of Panama

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US Steel Announces
New Price Increases

PITTSBURGH, Aug. 5 (UPD (UPD-Price
Price (UPD-Price increases averaging about
three per cent on carbon and alloy
bar and semifinished products
went into effect today for U. S.
Steel Corp. and four operating di divisions.
visions. divisions. The same increase applies to
carbon rods, wire, tubular pro products
ducts products and cold rolled strip.
Joining the parent firm in re revising
vising revising m'll prices were American
Steel an Wire, Colambia-Gencva
Steel, National Tube and the Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee coal and iron divisions.
The boost was the second an announced
nounced announced by U. S. Steel within five
days. Last Thursday the firm
boosted prices an average of $4. 25
a ton on basic steel products.
The firm eave up Its traditional

role as price-setter and followed

the price-boosting lead ot several
other steel producers.

INDIAN QUEEN Wearing the
traditional costume of Tribal
Queen of the Navajo Indians is
Charlotte Barbara Anderson.
Miss Anderson, a fullblooded
member of the "Tacheene" clan,
will take part in all events in
the Miss Universe Pageant in
Long Beach, Calif., although she
will not be competing for any
of the prizes.

Today We Continue
Our ANNUAL SALE
AT OUR
BRANCH STORE TIVOLI AVE.

Dresses Dresses Dresses
Casuals, Cocktail, Evening
Regular from 19.95 to 75.00
Now from .... 8.95 to 35.00
SPORT and CASUAL
Before 13.95 to 35.00
Now from .... 4.95 to 14.95
ctinq&hisi
Rayon Panties 3 x 1.00
Half Slips from . 1.95
Gowns from 2.25
Slips . w 2.25
Pajamas i. 1.95
NYLON
Panties . Mow from .50
Gowns Now from 3.95
Slips Now from 2.95
Half-Slips Now from 2.50

EXTRA ATTRACTION!
$4,510 XMAS PRIZE,
Tickets will be given DURING SALE
1 ticket for every $1.00 purchase

CASH SALES ONLY
Sorry! No Alterations. No Returns.
BRANCH STORE No. 18-60 TIVOU AVENUE Tel. 2SU6
SALE ONLY AT TIVOLI AVE. BRANCH STORE
Open from 9 a.m. to 12 noon 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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TUESDAY, AUGUST S, 19
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fiwU lit Arm
THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgalkn
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Panama
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fn r an ama ajubicaji Air WDwumm daut niwipapm

The Ambassador of Mexieo in Panama and mm.
n& leh yesterday for Bogota where the AmbM-dor wU

Fuen
rajii lisent
his
government ai ine
Retirement end Farewell
pirty for Mr. end Mr. Ctdy
There will be a retirement md
farewell parlv for Mr. and Mrs.
Harry S. Cody at the American
Legion (,'lub on Friday. August 15
t 7 n m All of their friends are
Invited to attend tnr sem
lormslj
dinner dance. Reservations cut) o
jnade with Mr. Mantovam man manager
ager manager of lhf Clu,'; or Mrs' Jt'tinton.
jlalboa 3522
Mr. and Mrs. Cody can be eon.
tlderea olo timers. They vnr noth
burn in the Canal Zone, Mr. Cody
retired !fom 'he Water service,
aintenanc Divnion on Juiy si.
"hey will leave on Sept. j tor tneir
Bew home in Florida.
Ml Janice Ketee
' Laaves For Tha glares
Miss Janie Roeeo. daughter o:
!Capt. and Mrs. K. S. Roscoe of
Cristobal, left today by plant for
' Boston University wner she is fa.
culty secretary. Miss Rosco? who
h a graduate of Cristoba: High
!(5chool, tpant Her two.week vaca.
ion with her parenl and friends.
She and Mis Madaline Garrett
were hoteie lt Friday eve evening
ning evening at an Open Houie for 100 nf
.their friend from both tides of
-the Itthmu.

President Vetoes Money Bill Opposes
Additional Funds For Civil Service

WASHINGTON (VVl) Presi
dent Eisenhower vetoed a money
bill today for the first time
since taking office, charging that
589 million dollars tacked on by
Congress would "unnecesunly"
Increase the deficit.
Some congressional leader nid
the upshot of the President' re rejection
jection rejection of the $6,584,168,000 ni'a ni'a-tire
tire ni'a-tire might be lo pul some federal
agencies including tne National
Science Foundation on short
money rations until next yei.
There seemed to chance Con
gress could muster the two thltrtl
vote needed to override veto oi th)
measure to finance the Vctivan
Administration (VA) and 16 otrmr
"independt-nf federal agencies in
the fiscal year which started July
1.
HoweVer. the President stirred
protests from key quarters in re
fuming the bill on grounds there
Was "no justification"' fo (on
gress to add 519 million dollars
for the civil service retirement
fund.
Chairman Clarence Cannon ( D D-J1I0.)
J1I0.) D-J1I0.) of the House Appropriations
Committee said that Congress,
father than submit might lmply
pass a resolution iiilhorizins the
effected agencies to continue
Spending al the rate authorised
for last year.
For the agencies as a group,
this would mean getting al'ilg
with about fiO.'i million dolars less
i the current 12 months thai,
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' 9 adds flavor to all your favorite
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with spaghetti, meats, omelets
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'0 teJav. 9
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Exhibition Of OMentl! Product
Opened At Cocktail Party
Under the joint aponsorship of
the National Electric Center. Max
Factor and the Five and Ten Cent
Store an exhibition of Near East
and Far Eatt products wa inau-
gurated yeiterday afternoon to the
second floor of the Five ana Ten
Cent Store on Central Avenue. A
cocktail buffet was served from 5
until 8. Guests included member,
of the Diplomatic Corps, Govern,
ment officials and members ol the
press and radio.
Carroll Kecheri intarfain
Mr nd Mr. Carrol Kochcr f
Balboa entertained at a dinner in
the Garden Room of the TivolJ
Guest House in honor of Misi
Rose Giorgio of New Jerspy who
is z visitor on the Isthmus. Guest
included Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gib.
son and Mr. and Mrs. William Van'
Siclen Jr. i
Allen Alexanders Return
From S'ates
Mr. ami Mrs. Allen Alexnnder
and their daughter, Susan Maria,
were among the passengers re re-turning
turning re-turning yesterday on the SS An.
con. The Alexanders, who live in
Diablo Heights, spent six week
visiting in North Carolina Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, New York and Massachu.
setts. Mr. Alexander is assistant
would have been authorized in the
vetoed bill.
In addition to the science foun foundation,
dation, foundation, surh action would hit tn
VA, the National Advisory Com Com-mlttee
mlttee Com-mlttee for Aeronautics, and the se selective
lective selective service system. Public
building fund would be sharply
curtailed, along with federal con con-tribution
tribution con-tribution to lum clearance and
urban renewal projects.
Sen. Warren G.
Magnuson (T)-
Wash ), chairman
of the Senate
appropriations subcommittee, said
the veto "jeopardized all the in.
dependent agencies." He said
Congrew- might decide against
taking any further acton and let
the administration figure out
how lo operate these agencies"
without an appropriation.
It was the first time in 10 year
thai an appropriations bill had
been vetoed. The last time wa
June 16, 1948, when Presiclen
Truman rejected one sent him by
a Republican Congress which
over rode his veto,
Eisenhower urged Congress to
"reconsider" the bill because the
retirement fund increase would 1
add "over half a billion dollars to
a deficit which may reach 12 bil billion
lion billion dollars this fiscal year.
Emergency legiilalion enacted
earlier will carry the 17 agencies
through the remainder of this
monlh.
Cannon said that the only alter-1
native to a resolution to continue,
last year's uind authorization'
would be for Congre to bow lo
the President's will and re pas
the big mncy measure minus 'he!
civil service retiremlnl funds.
Pass Ec over the veto appeared
impossible because the Senate a p. I
proved the fund by a 44 to 39 vol'?,
far short el the two-thirds margin
needed to upset the Pridcnt's
rejection 1

outdoor

1 wm

P a PURER

jjlf FINER j
RICHER j

1

to the Panama Canal Information
Officer.
; Returm Fram New Hema)hir

Mrs. Clinton Baventock of uai.
boa returned Monday on the SS
Ancon from a month's visit with
her son.in.law and daughter Mr.
and Mn. C. B. Baltersby and their
two children In Conway, New
Hampshire.
'CONTINUID ON PAGI FIVI)
Each notice far inclutien in thla
column (hould tuawitttf' m
tvat-wrtrre term and mailed
the bo numbei lilted daily '
ana" 0herwif," oi dcltvr4
h.id to the eHite. Neuaa at
meatlni cannot be acteetid
taiaphena.
Ladles Auxiliary, FRA,
Unit 77 of Rodman
The Ladies Auxiliary, FRA, U.
nit 77 of Rodman will miet to.
night at 7:30 p.m. All member
and prospective member are In Invited.
vited. Invited. Kniaht of Columbua
The Krughts of Columbus, Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Council 1689 will hold 1 apt apt-cial
cial apt-cial meeting or, Tuesday. August
5 at 7:30 p.m. in the Margarita
Council Chamber for the initia initiation
tion initiation of candidate into the first
degree. This promie to ba an
evening full of activity.
NARCf Ancon Chatper Na. 31
Members of the National A.
ciation of Retired Civil Employe
and their afifliated body, will meet
on Wednesday. August at tha
old Ancon Post Office at 4 p.m
Information of general inlerJi
will be given to U concerned.
Margarita Civil Defense
Volunteer Corps
The Margarita Civil Defenfe Vo
lunteer Corps will meet Wldnes Wldnes-dsy
dsy Wldnes-dsy August 6 at 9 a.m. at the
Service Center. The film "Day
r.lUri X" narrated bv filenn Ford
,,,111 h shown Tunliriv nlani for
home nursing course will be made
and recruiting started at this
meeting.
All members of the Volunteer
Corps are asked to attend end the
general public is invited.
Three Die As Plane
t Crashes In California
t nc ixirn rc Ann- fTTm
isVJO v & w
-A .imall private plme mrrwiy
missed a cluiter of home today!
oc it r,l,imm,torf intn th m I, rilff I
of a highway. Three peraon a a-board
board a-board were killed.
The pilot of the four-seater Cess
na 172 wat Identified as James E.
Hooker, 42, an asphalt paving con

mm

tractor from the San Fernando m penecung mi umm ior m inn inn-Valley
Valley inn-Valley where the iccident occur-1 cry. I remember selling Sammy
re(j j the album of "Man Wlthou' a

Police laid the other two occu occupants,
pants, occupants, a man and a woman, were
not Identified.
A small plane apparently left
Whileman Airport in Peeoima near
midnight. Hours later witnesses
heard the plane circling in the
area as though having engine trou trouble.
ble. trouble. "I heard a whistling ound and
then an explosion like a Urge
firecracker. The erah hook the
house like an earthquake," Nob
hd
U1J"
ert Ce-bbelt, 19, aleeplng in
house near the highway, told po
lice.
$100
. b j,:,,.. ,,,.r. fin.rl
$100 each by Judge John E. Uem
ing at Ba
yesterday.
, Magistrate', u.t
Lionel Ivan Macpherson, 4
it
S. pleaded not guilty to driving
while intoxicated on Goraas Roa
on August 1 but was found guilty
Gregorio Andrion, 44, Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian appeared last week charge!
with the same offense, and he
pleaded not guilty. Yesterday he
changed his plea to guilty. In ad addition
dition addition his $100 fine he was given
a suspended 10 day jeil sentence
wi h a condition of good behaviour
during a year' psobation.
Requiem Mass
a. requiem mass will be held
( the 1 pos of Charles I.
l iiards at the San Miguel Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic Church, Thursday at 7 a.
Mr.
yea1-.
Richard died Auo. 7lt
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Calony Record Shop.)
lUCfNI ST- J1AN WRITES
During the decade I've spent
working on tha night ihUt at the
Colony Record Shop, I have
watched the record industry
(which when I started eonainted
only of 71 rpm dlei) grow from
a tenth-rate industry into one of
the top businesses in America.
It'i hard to believe that it was
In 1948 that the long-playing rec record
ord record waa flrat put ont he market
and that now tha 78 is virtually
extinct. Today we carry In our
stock over 13,000 LP' represent representing
ing representing some 400 labels and more
than 18,000 different 45'.
I have been amazed at the
crocs section of people from every
walk of IKe who converge upon
our shop and know so much a a-bout
bout a-bout recorded, music. Don Buiige.
the tenni champion, i u ardeat
jH fan, The lata Marquis fon
de Portago invariably used to
stock us on mood rffetic before

he went to Europe to drive iu the
top sports ear rees. Vic Power,
first baseman of the Cleveland
Indian, drop in whenever his
team playing the Yankees to
see what's new in mambos and
cha-cha.
Jockey lrl ftuorin en) M
pretty wife find it fun te add te
their. extensive collection of plat
ter. Prank Olfford and AlOX
Webster ef the New York Poet Poet-ball
ball Poet-ball Oiantt are elwayt en the
lookout for record which will
shew M their hi-fi unit. Pro Producer
ducer Producer Richard Kollmer occa occasionally
sionally occasionally cell upon u te dig up
a rare item. The lett one I re recall
call recall coming up with was "Save
the Bones Fer Henry Janes
'Cause Henry Don't 1st No
Meat,"
Naturally, we get our shuts of
characters. There is one fellow
who regularly comes in in a feat
hurry, takes 20 or 30 dollars out
of hll pocket, ind declares loud
ly, "I gotta get right of this mon money.
ey. money. Whatchi got now by Tchai Tchai-cowiky?"
cowiky?" Tchai-cowiky?" Another of the frequent caller
ii 1 fellow we've dubbed "Far "Far-fel."
fel." "Far-fel." He usually come in be between
tween between three and four a.m., doei
I tip dince, sing a a long he's
writlen, "Down Havana Way?' and
ask for 1 discount on as cent
item. And let'a not forget Meyer
the chestnut man, who lometunei
wheels in his smoking biby car carriage
riage carriage full of hot chestnut.
One of our belt customer ii
that noted ins patron, the Bam
nei Nlci Rothcmld de Koenig-
swarter. She usually irrivei at 4
a.m., pulling up in her Ivoiii
Royce convertible, ind buys the
latest recordi by. her favorites,
modern Ilk Thelonlu Monk and
Sonny Rollins. She plays her mag mag-nuicent
nuicent mag-nuicent collection of im record-
Imam in her
" 3 MJ
i" It,
fabulous home atop
ersey Faiiiad, wnicn
The Pad."
When Sammy uavis Jr. was
appearing on Broadway in "Mr,
Wonderful," he was a frequent
visitor to the shop. He specially,
es in collecting dramstlc record
ings which undoubtedly aid him
country, wnicn starreu oing i,ros
by and Frank Lvejoy.
Child Expert Warns
Against Excessive
Use Ot Hormones
LONDON (UPIV-A Britlih child
.
health expert warned yesterday 1-
eainsi excessive nurmune tiuai-
ment for women during pregnancy
saying it can lead to births of
babies of "doubtful sex."
In an article in the British me medical
dical medical magazine "Lancet," Prof.
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Alan moncrien oj uonaon univer-
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All inree were tuunu 10 m juu,
,, tie saia. nui one nao Deen regnter regnter-fi
fi regnter-fi ed by the parent a a boy, and
me sex ot aiiumor waa not tii
although the child wa nine days
old when admitted.
In all three cases, he said, the
mothers had been given hormone
treatment because of a risk of
miscarriage.

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Ssmmy pointed out that one of

tne members of tne suppurung
cast on the record a g young
man named lr Groiael, who lit liter
er liter turned out ta be Jeff Chan
dlar. Sammy ill photography
fan, too; many a night he's hung
around buying records until
a.m. to he could set pictures by
the dawn's early light; he think
thai's the best time to take pic
ture of New York,
Charles Adams, the canonist
who specializes in Spooky charac characters,
ters, characters, once came in and had co copies
pies copies of a very weird record "I
Put a Spall on You," by Scream-
in' Jay Hawkins aent to his
friends all over the country.
Sometime I'm surprised be
came the teste of the customer
doesn't always coincide with his
own musical groove. The late
Charlie Parker, nrobably the frrat
eat force in modern jatz in tbit
country, loved "Blackberry Boo
1," by Tennessee Ernie Ford,
istci Young, founder of the
COOl school of tenor saxophones,
ha tw favorite discs "Why Try
To Change Me Now." by Pi ink
Sinatra, and "Noah," by Kay
Starr, When Dmitri Shostakovich
Wl here several year ago, he
wn excited by the record of
Charlie Parker.
' Duke Mlngton' favorita I
Fradorick Doliu; M(e Dvi$
digs Kltchoturlen. JuUe An Andrews
drews Andrews i one o the levellett
girl I've ever welted en, and
one of the quiotot. She gee for
the closaJct, partleulirly billet
must. I
Heiress Doris Duke oncie pulled
sine and bought single jizz
redord. While it wa being wnp
pad she said "Don't forget my j
10 per cent diicount. I listen lo
Symphony Sid." I gues that's
why she still has so much inon-,
ey-
One morning we were ibout toi
close at 4:15 when Walter Win
chill knocked at the door. With i
him wai singer Lisa Kirk. When
we let them in we discovered thit
WW had a compulsion to nar.pe
with Lisa and couldn't find a
nignrciuo wai we upn, qv
put on in appropriate LP and
they danced around thi store for
about 15 minutes.
These dav the scone of svail-
able records is absolutely Inctedi
ble; oeople come in and buy ev
erything from music pliyed
the jawbone of in as to a
on1
re-i
The1
corner course in nypnosi.
next stage of recording isn t cer cer-tsin,
tsin, cer-tsin, but we soon may hive video
tape and video recordi 10 the
buyer can put on hi mulic and
see the musicians playing it at
the same time.
One thing is certiin: 11 long
a human beings hve eiri, there
will be music.
M...
It could be a
it uauallv isn't'
compliment but
When S woman
says: "I like your h;r, You ought
1 nii.lt
to keep it blonde-
"You have the nicest 'husband,
He's so much fun at a pirty."
"You look simply marvelous. 1
believe you've gained a Uttla
weight and it certainly is becom
ing."
"I'm so glad you cut your hair,
Really, you look a hundred per
cent better with it short."
"What do you care what any anyone
one anyone thinks? If you like, it, thai.'
all that matters."
"Wherever have you been keep
ing yourself? I simply never see
you my mora."
"I've always liked that dress
you're wearing."
"I don't see how you find the
time to do all you do. It keeps
me busy just looking after my
family."
"I envy you your job. I wish
Jim would let me work, but he
hs the silly old-fashioned notion
that a wife's place i at home."
"You're got a better disposition
than I have. I wouldn't take thai
for a minute."
"I think if marvilou the way
you never let anything upiet
you. I'd be worries to desth If 1
were you."
"Your hair is so pretty. 1 sim simply
ply simply adore gray hair. I think you
are so wise not to dyi it."
"You've done a mirvelous job
ss club president. It's a ihime
there aren't more members who
appreciate all you've done."
From one woman to another
such remarks could be compli
ments. But they usually aren't.

ECUADOR, PERU

AND CHILE
August 9
August 17
PACIFIC PORTS
.AufURt 12
August SI
Ausruit 24

The sooner you answer a lat latter,
ter, latter, the eair it will be to write,
When you put off writing, you
feel guilty and io you itart out
with lame exeuiei for not hiv hiving
ing hiving written sooner. A poor alibi
ii not a good introduction to a
letter.
So answer your mail promptly
and make writing eaaier tor your yourself,

y OSWALD JACOIY
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Opening lead
The grand coup is one of the
most sensational plays in bridge,
and In moit instances declarer
Stumbles into it. The remarkable
feature of today's hand is thai
Henry Chanin of Atlanta noticed
the possibility that the coup would
be necessary and prepared for it
at trick two by ruffing a diamond-
He saw no dinger in the play
since it seemed certain that West
had not opened a singleton king
against a grand-slam contract.
Henry's next, play was s heart
to dummy' queen, ind when West
showed out, Henry'i foresight was
justified,
He trumped another diamond,
returned to dummy with a mad
and -'trumped the last diamond.
Thi made a total of three ruf.V,
,an he held only one more trump
than East He 1H cornnH snarl
j to dummy, and when Eait had to
1 fellow, the eouo wa accnmnlish-
j r
en.
Henry led a third high spade
and East discarded a club. So
did Henry A fourth spade was
ruffed while East let a second
club go.
Now Henry led a club to dum dummy's
my's dummy's ace and spread, his hand. He
and East were each down to three
trumps and all Henry had to do
was to lead any card from dum dum-my
my dum-my and overruff East.
IS
Q The bidding has been:
North East South West
t 4 Pass 2 Pass
2 a) Pass ?
You, South, hold:
a4S VKZ 7532 A K 9 7 6
What do you do'
A Bid three diamonds. Tour
aartner ha Md a new suit and
yea hare feed support for it.
TODAY'g QUESTION
Your partner continues with
bid of three no-trump. What d.
you do now?
Answer Tomorrow
JJont em a tin
9
Baby' high chair is another 1-
tem on a homemaker's cleaning
list. Avoid a major scrubbing 'on
by wiping the hifih chair clean
Ifter each eating bout. And don't i
forget to clean the legs and rungs I
because these also get sticky and'
soiled.
Learning to eat with spoon or
fork is a trying time for 3aby
and the family. During this period
also provide some finger foods
such as long strips of cooked ve vegetables,
getables, vegetables, peas and lima beans that
ein be picked up. These prevent
complete frustration at the table
for everyone involved.
Skirts aad dreisei that 'are
marked durable plated retain
these pleats better ft they don't
CO into an automatic dryer. Theie
items should definitely drip-dry be because
cause because it is the dripping water that
shapes snd resets the pleats.
-
Youngsters who say they cun't
eat a thing o ten may be too
tense or tired when dinner! me
comes. Try lo get them away Irom
play activities 15 minutes or half
an hour before mealtime and into
a relaxing warm bath.

I fcl TUe I IB AT II nnor

in 1 nc. umr vr oua lc rxiuine ine law n nrrtor

man draw a disapproving stare

front Of the Federal luilding in St. Louis, Mo. He's" direcUna l
jet of cleansing wgter on the hand holding the scale during a
genenl ipruee-up of the building, nngei,

7ie Plafote fhmt

BY MRS. MURIEL
LAWRENCE
As a child, Mrs. Peck thought
her father the most reliable per person
son person in the world.
He wasn't. Like the rest of us,
he often found family responsibi responsibility
lity responsibility wearing, and chose to ex express
press express his resentment of it by
breaking promises, He recovered
his sense of power by using his
ability to raise his family's hope
of receiving something from him
and then drop them into dis discouragement
couragement discouragement by wltholding it.,
On a Monday night he'd say jo jovially,
vially, jovially, "How about a picnic up at
the lake next Saturday?"
For five days the thought of the
coming treat would be a warm
glow in his little girl's heart. But
wnen Saturday came, nothing
happened. Reminded of the prom
ise, he's lay, "How can you ask
me to waste time on picnics when
I've got the porch roof to mend?"
Thii virtuou explanation silenc silenced
ed silenced all criticism of hli unreliabili unreliability,
ty, unreliability, And made hi little girl so a
shamed 0' her desire to district
him from duty, that she 'imagin 'imagined
ed 'imagined him to be more trustworthy
than ever.

iqui ner bciuhi experience 01 parenis snortcomings to us, we
hi unreliability couldn"t be silfinc- seldom realize our tendency to
ed by claims to virtue. As it in- endow our children with tlmm,
creased, it gradually began to So time' revelations do us no
ejpres itself in a nervous appre- practical good.
Higher Waistlines, Longer
Skirts Featured By Dior

By OAY PAULEY
PARIS (UPI) Dipr' dropped
hemlines raised the eyebrows of
some American buyer today.
"I think the longer skirt were
the one point of contrariness in
the collection," said Marjorie
Reich, fashion administrator for
Macy's, New York.
"Paris designers are on such a
tremendous youth kick... with Bri Bri-gitte
gitte Bri-gitte Bardot style models instead
of those tall gaunt types," (he said.
"The longer skirts went against
all this. And I think the Ameri American
can American woman is just beginning to
enjoy short skirts anyway."
A. Walker, president of Hilt
Renfrew Co. of Canada, reacted
differently.
"An elegant collection," said
Walker, who said he is taking
25 Djor originals hack with him.
"They are what my customers
like.'r
Stanley Mascus, vice-president
of Neiman Marcus, Dallas, Tex.,
took a middle-of-the-road position.
He called Yves St. Laurent de designs
signs designs "authoritative" but said he
could not yet "assess the effects
of the lower hemline."

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FIVE CELEBRATE 15TH The PUigenti quintuplets of
Buenos Aires, Argentina, the only living quints in the world,
happily posed f6r a group portrait as they celebrated their
15th birthday on July 15. From left are: Carlos Alberto, Maria
Fernanda, Maria Esther. Maria Cristina and Franco.

.

from tha statue f .Tu.ti ?.
(tension of betrayal
by anyone
important to ner,
Today her unconscious convic conviction
tion conviction that her children are going
to lethe r down makes life very
hard for her.
For example, her young son
sullenly resents her habit of run running
ning running to his teacher whenever a
mark suggests he may let her
down by failing to get promoted.
Her 18 yegr-old girl is openly re rebellious,
bellious, rebellious, For every date Anni
goe on is a source of anxiety t
her mother thst she has tiken U
defending herself with an impu impudent,
dent, impudent, "I don't know when f'll be
home."
So Mrs. Peck waits up until
Anne does get home. Then she
drags herself to bed, worn out,
not by sleeplessness, but by tha
prospect of having to deal with il illegitimate
legitimate illegitimate grandchildren, iqjuty
by traffic accident and other dl dl-couraging
couraging dl-couraging afflictions her unrelia unreliable
ble unreliable daughter may bring to he..
Ha she any notion that hr
expectation of let-down by her
children re'Iect her experience
with her father' unreliability?
Not the slightest.
inoujn time onen revels our
Buyers in Paris to see the fall
and winter collections caught tho
Dior how after the pres preview.
It created an immediate sen sensation
sation sensation because St. Laurent daring daringly
ly daringly lowered hemlines five inches
to 15 inches from the floor, while
the rest of the haute couturiers
attll were showing thorn at the
knee.
But he climbed on the band bandwagon
wagon bandwagon to feature the high-wgisted
empire look as No. 1 for fall,
Bravely following Dior on sohed sohed-u!e
u!e sohed-u!e designer Jacques Griffe came
up with the "cornet" silhoutte.
Tni one flare from the high wist
a refreshing change from all tho
short ones through the other col collections.
lections. collections. "Fro glad to see all Paris de designers
signers designers recognize a dame is a
dame," said Mrs. Reich. "And I
though Dior's raised waistline wai
beautiful. But I wasn't enthusias enthusiastic
tic enthusiastic about the whole collection,"
But Ethel Frankau, buyer for
the custom department at Berg-dorf-Goodman's,
New York said
"the long length and the slim
skirt will sell.



TUESDAY. At'CtIT I. 1ISI

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Tilt Morning Guild o' the Worn
tn's Auxiliary of St. UiWt Ca Cathedral
thedral Cathedral will meet an Friday t 9
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WHAT
FLAVOUR
SUPERB,
CHOCOLATY
Nestles
Get ready for a real treat!
Just add 2 heaping teas noons
of rich QUIK powder to
your glass of cold milk stir
and drink chocolat'v,
chocolate flavour all tha
way down I
You'll love the way QUIK
mixes instantly without
beating or bother.. Makes a
wonderful hot drink too.
Your grocer has it am) it's
economical. Get QUIK
today and treat the 'family.
GOOD
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a.m. at tha liihop'a Hdum, An
eon.
Mr. and Mrt, T. P. WWon
Intertaln at BroMast
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gibson of
Margarita entertained it a U)tte-
.ry Braikfait on Sunday mornina
m nonor oi ineir noma guesi, jwis
Bote Giorgio. Guests included Mr.
and Mrs Willis m Van fliclen, Jr.,
Mr. and Mri. Michael Greene,
Mr. and Mri. B, F. daughter
Mrs. Michael Cheater. Mrs.
Frances Chester and Mr. and Mr.
Eugene Hamlin.
Herman Smiths Return
Frem States
Mr. and Mri. Harmon smith of
Margarita were among tha paa paa-sengars
sengars paa-sengars arriving yesterday aboard
the SS Ancon, They had visited
line jnid.Aprll in various parti
of tha States.
Flawer Arrangement Class
To Start Tomerrew
The flower arrangement class
sponsored by the Cristobal Wom Women's
en's Women's Club will meet tor the ,irst
session tomorrow evening. August
6, a i 7:80 at the Margarita Serv.
ice Center. Classes will be held
On Wednesday evenings and there
Will be a total of four classes,
Those interested are asked to call
M. Michael Greene at 3.2501.
Leading Drug Firms
Accused By FTC
01 Causing Monopoly

WASHINGTON (UPI) Six are canal Zone residents re re-leading
leading re-leading U.S. drug firms were pre- j turning from the United States
paring formal answers today to a after summer vp cation,
charge by the Federal Trade; Among the passenger arc
ComnjiMion that they tried to, j;ciwrtr4 M. Brnwder, Jr., assist assist-monopoliie
monopoliie assist-monopoliie the 830 million-dollar fcnt director oi the Engjnperins,
a year "wonder drug" industry. !and construction Bureau, ac-
The commission, which policies nmnmnini hv his wife and son:

J.I. -J. .H. .U.,ol,l 11,,.
accusation over the weekend at
Charles Pfizer and Co., Brooklyn,
N.Y.; American Cyanamid Co.,
Bristol Myers Co., and Olin

Matnieson Uiemicat torp.. an oilfnl. p, t.an-Prin(e. Haiti.

New York City; Bristol Labora
tories Inc., Syracuse, N.Y, and
the Upjohn Co., Kalamazoo, Iv'ich.
Jt charged the firms with main
talning "arbitrary, artificial, non noncompetitive
competitive noncompetitive and rigid" price for
! the so-called "life saving" drugs.
The complaint said the t'fiuer
company made false and mUlead mUlead-ng
ng mUlead-ng statements to the U.S. Patent
U fic to secure a patent on tetra tetracycline,
cycline, tetracycline, key drug among the anti
biotics which include aureomyein
and terramycin.
The companies were given 30
days in which to reply to the complaint-
A hearing was schemed
for Oct. l in; Nev? York btcr
an FTC hearing examiner.
John E. McKen, president of
Pfizer, denied the allegations
A general denial also war. is issued
sued issued by W. G. Malcolm, presi president
dent president of Cyanamid.
Quote Unquote
NEW YORK-Nethan H. Knorr,
j president of the Watch Toewr and
Bible Tract Society (Jehovah's
Witnesses), on the state of the
world:
"It is evident that government
of the earth by man has not ben
the best form of rulershin

WASHINGTON Rep. Kenneth ; (udees will be Mr. and Mrs,
B, Keating (R-N.Y.) on "bugiHarned and Miss Bhlrlev Lee.

ging, or electronic eavesdrop-
ping
"jne insidious practice or eifc eifc-tronic
tronic eifc-tronic eavesdropping goes lo the
very marrow of our individual
freedoms."
NEW YORK Military analyst
and aviation pioneer Ma.i. Alex
ander P. De Seversky, criticizing
the administration's allege t lack
of awareness 0" the danger pre presented
sented presented by the Russian Sputnik:
"They laughed it off. It was just
a little ball. It couldn't do any
body any harm.
TAIPEI Formosan legislator
Lin Vuan-Tsan on the role of
women in government offices:
"They should be sent back to
the kitchen."
MOSCOW Former presiden presidential
tial presidential candidate Adlai E. Stevenson
assuring a Russian Baptist audi audi-icnce
icnce audi-icnce their congregation would
flourish:
"I have seen evidence of spir spiritual
itual spiritual vitality that will heajten all
mankind."
TO SABOTAGE HUNT
ILERACOMBE. England (UPI)
The North Devon and Somerset
branch of the League Against
Cruel Sporti admitted todav it
will sabotage the Devon and
Somerset stag hunt- by sending
the hounds of on a false trail.
Mrs. Cecily Norman said- t h e
league would spray the hunt's
meeting place with a special
chemical that will befuddle the
hounds' sense of smell. The hunt
is set for tfftprrow.
"KEEP OFF THI CRASS"
LONDON (UPI) A notice!
; posted near the legal aeetien of
Lnnrinn'e f. 1 n m n I n ta
, ., v .. iiiii m: iviup
warns: "This c r n u n H
porariiv closed for the jrass
lo
he, re-establiahed after reinstate
ment."
KING TURNS AUTHOR
STOCKHOLM. Sweden (UPI)
King Gustav Adolf is Sweden's
newest author, with a glossy
tourist booklet giving details of
Sofiero royal castle in Haelsing-

Painting With Rags-
Mrs sue Rutledge of Wichita, Kan., can really cut a rug. A
retired nurse, whose husband is a traveling freight agent for
the Rock Island Railroad, she turned to rug making as a
pastime and because rugs were the most badly needed item
In the Rutledge home. A thorough-going person, she enrolled
in a coulee in making hand-hooked ruga, before starting off
on her own. Mrs. Rutledge calls her hobby "painting with
rags," for the reason that she dyes all the wool material that
goes into her rugs. The wool icrapa she cuts into wry fine
strips 332 of an inch-in order to iet all the ahedinga in. A
peach, for instance, win have as many aa 8 to 10 shades of
color. The stripe are hooked in the pattern stamped burlap or
monk's cloth material and the loopa of wool are pulled through
about H-inch high. All the loops muit be even to give a
needlepoint effect. Her ruga have been widely exhibited and
all of them have won blue ribbons.

Keek Island's Old No. 9 is duplicated In vivid colors an 3'x.V ruf

Panama Line Sailings

The Panama liner crlatobal is
scheduled to sail from New
York Aug. 8 with 198 passengers
mr nrisfnhal manv of whom
:"" ""z,
and Francis A. Castles, prin
elpal of the Balboa Junior High
School, with his wife and
daughter.
Two passengers are ouukuu
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i at the American Legion Club
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both the beginners and Inter Intermediate
mediate Intermediate itudents. Harnett Si
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1951
THB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
t AGE SIX
Pirates 'Brake' Braves' Threatened NL

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Giants Also Win To Move
4 Games Behind Leaders

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Aug. 5 (UPD Those upstart Pittsburgh
Pirates have "braked" the Milwaukee "Braves' threaten threatened
ed threatened runaway and there may yet be a pennant race in
the National League.

The Pirates, battling to finish in
the first division for the first time
since 1948, snapped the Braves
six-game winning streak, 4-3, last
night on a ninth inning homer by
Roberto Clemente. The San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Giants, who beat the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cubs, 6-4, in an afternoon
game, thus moved within four
games of the Braves and the Pir Pirates
ates Pirates moved up to within six of the
world champions.
And so, all the tak of a Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee runaway that started after the
Braves' four-game weekend sweep
of the Giants, is quieted. The
Braves may go on to win another
pennant but their opposition hasn t
given up yet.
The Pirates, now three games
ahead of the fourth place Cubs
have won four straight games and
17 of 26 (a .654 pace) since July 4
when thev were in seventh place.
For the last week or so they've
been getting the best pitching in
either league they had a string
of 34 consecutive scoreless in in-whon
whon in-whon thf Rravos scored in

the third inning last night and

thovVo opttine lone ball

fmm such relatively under-publ

cized players as Clemente, Bob
Skinner and Dick Stuart.

Skinner drove In rhe Pirates'
first three runs last night with a
two-run tingle in the first inn inning
ing inning and en infield out in the fifth.
That produced a 3-3 tie that stood
until Clemente't 9th-inning hom homer
er homer gave rookie Curt Raydon hi
fifth win and Juan Piiarro his
first loss since returning from
Wichita.
Raydon, who yielded to a pincn pincn-hitter
hitter pincn-hitter in the ninth, gave up eight
hits and struck out four batters.
Pizarro was the only Brave to get
more than one hit and Raydon
held the long-ball trio of Ed Math Mathews,
ews, Mathews, Hank Aaron and Wes Coving Covington
ton Covington to a combined output of two
singles in nine at bats. Elroy
Face, the Pirates' 155-pound relief
workhorse, pitched a perfect ninth.

Willie Mays showed signs of go go-ine
ine go-ine off on another "tear" when he

hit a homer, double and single and

stole a base to spark the Giants

eieht-hit attack. The homer was

Willie's 17th and first since July 2

He doubled in the fifth, stole third

and scored on Bob Schmidt s sin
gle to break a 4,-4 tie.
Ex Minnesota football star Paul
Giel received credit for iis third
win although 41-year old Marv
Grissom came in to stop a Chice
go threat in the ninth. Dick Drott
suffered his eighth defeat for the
Cubs.
Rookie Gene Green hit his

eighth homer of the year in the
sixth inning to give the St. Louis
Cardinals a 3-2 victory over the
Los Angeles Dodgers and the New
York Yankees increased their A A-merican
merican A-merican League lead to 16 games
with a 9-4 win over the Baltimore
Orioles in the only other major
league activity.
Larry Jackson, one of the Cardi Cardinal?'
nal?' Cardinal?' "hot and cold pitchers,"
pitahed a five hitter and struck

nnMfh i out 12 as the Redbirds ended their

seven game lusmg jucm. mc
Cardinals' second-inning run was
their first in 34 innings and
Green's homer was their first in
67 innings. Jacksop walked only
one batter and fanned Duke Snid Snider
er Snider four times in winning his eighth
decision. Johnny Podres suffered

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Ryne Duren, making his first
appearance since he was hit by
one of Paul Foytack's pitches 11
days ago, no-hitted the Orioles for
the last threee innings to preserve
Don Larsen's eighth victory. Wild
from inactivity and also from ha habit,
bit, habit, Duren walked three batters
and hit Bob Boyd to give the Orio Orioles
les Orioles a gift run but Was unhittable.
Homers by Bill Skowron and Mic Mickey
key Mickey Mantle sparked the Yankees'
12-hit attack. Arnold Portocarrero,
shelled to cover in the seventh,
sufered his seventh loss against
10 victories.

Indians Buy
Third Baseman
Randy Jackson

CLEVELAND, Ohio, Aug. 5
(UPI) Veteran third baseman
Randy Jackson, newly acquired
from the Los Angeles Dodgers, is
expected to be in the lineup to
night when the Cleveland Indians
open a two-game series against the
Detroit Tigers in Briggs Stadium
Jackson, a nine-year veteran of
the NationaLLeague, was obtain obtained
ed obtained by the Indians yesterday for
$20,000 in a straight waiver deal.
The 32 year-old third sacker
broke in with Chicago in 1950 nd
was-traded to the Dodgers in 1955
He had his best year at bat in
1953 when be hit .285, had 19 home
runs and 66 RBI's.

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(Based on 250 official at bats)

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102 405 73 137 .338
97 343 46 116 .338
87 349 40 116 .332
97 361 67 119 .330

100 395 75 126 .319

104 417 68 130 .iU
101 410 61 128 .312

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Banks, Chicago ii u
Green, St. L. 86 270 33 81 .380
Snider, L. A. 80 250 31 75 .300

National League
Ashburn, Phi.
Mays, S. F.
Musial, St. L.
Dark, Chicago
Skinner, Pitt.
Aaron, Mil.
Walls, Chicago

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f,EE HERE. TIGERS B'Hy Flamio, left, and Eddie Lynch
id not appear to know whether they were fighting each other
or Teddy Martin in the seventh stanza of a rough 10-round
match at the St. Nicholas Arena in New York. Lynch tried to
punch the referee as he asked the welterweights to behave.

American League
Goodman, Chi. 68 257 30 85
Kuenn, Detroit 92 362 50 119
Runnels. Boston 95 363 63 118

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HOME RUNS
National League
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Aaron, Braves
Walls, Cubs
Mathews, Braves

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Mantle, Yankees
Cerv, Athletics
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, Indian!

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Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Anderson, Phillies
Cepeda, Giants
Aaron, Braves

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Cerv, Athletics
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Colavito, Indians
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Threats of Pennant Runaways
Cause Suggestion Of Split

Seasons In Big League Races

US Track Team
In Third Meet

Of Europe Tour

WARSAW (UPI) Thritburing
U. S. track and field team, which
has scored victories in men's
events over Russia' d Poland,
was scheduled to leave today for
Budapest for two day rneet
against Hungary's top athletes on
Tuesday and Wednesday.'
The Americans, traveling m
three soeciat Polish planes, will

compete in a 90,000 seat stadium
against Hungary.
As in the meets at Moscow last
week end and here this week
end, the American men's team
will be favored.
In the two-da meet concluding
here Saturday, the Americans won
the men's events, 115-97. while
the Polish women defeated the
U. S. women, 54-52. V
The meet, which drew capacity
crowds of 100,000 each day, was
hailed as a great success by
Warsaw Sunday papers.

Top performance was a worm
record of 8:32.0 by Poland's Jerzy
C h r o m i k in the 3.000 meeri

steeDlechase. Phil Coleman of

Chamnaian, 111., ran the fastest

time ever clocked by an American,
8:40.8, but finished third.

Top U. S. star of the meet was

Glenn Davis, who won both the

400 meter run and 400 meter

hurdles and also anchored the
winning 1,600 meter relay.

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Los Angeles at St. Louis
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Playground Sports

By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK (UPI) Threats
of pennant runaways in both
major leagues today inspired the
suggestion the majors adopt split

seasons to maintain mieresi m

late-summer play.
With the New York Yankees
15V4 games ahead of their nearest
rival in the American circuit, and
the Milwaukee Braves striving to
emulate them in the National
League by a live-game lead, Fred
Corcoran declared positively, "the
split season is a must."
Corcoran said it seemed in incredible
credible incredible to him as a pro promotion
motion promotion expert that major league
club owners were apparently
taking out no insurance against

similar crises in future cam

paigns.
"And that insurance is

split-season," he asserted.
Cites, Lack Of Interest
Corcoran, widely known as
enoni alist in corf exnloitation.

indirectly concerned with the wel-

far of nur national pasume oe

cause he's business manager for

the

other Braves

Series."

Yankees World

major league campaigns, he sug
gested the 154-game season for
each club be split into a 77-ganie
first half and a 77-game second

half. And in each league the

winner of the first half-season
would play the winner of the
second half for the right to re represent
present represent its circuit in the World
Series.
"This year, the season's first
half for the Yankees would have
ended on July 11," he continued.
"They would have won the first
half with an 11-game lead. But
then they would have been torced

to start the second half nose-to-

nose with all the other clubs, and

given any club a chance to beat

them if any club could get hot.

"That fresh start would hava

rekindled interest in the race and

provided interest during August

ana September.

It was Corcoran's willingness to
"modernize" during his 15 year
tenure as tournament manager of
the Professional Golfers' Assn.

stars like Ted Williams and Stan that helped make a "golden trail"

Ancon gym played host to all
other gyms yesterday with the
officially opening ,of its newgymea
representatives from all basketball
classifications wer,e here. The
league consist of five classes, "A",
"B", "C", "D' and "E. The A

To certify more life for future! League boys made the poorest

Suggests Split Schedule

(8-5), Duren and How-

(10-7).

Only game scheduled.

(Night Game)
Pittsburgh
Milwaukee
Only games scheduled.

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(Based en 10 decisions)

National League
McCormick, Giants
Grissom, Giants
Purkey, Redlegs
Semproch, Phillies
Spahn, Braves

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Turley, Yankees
Hyde, Senators
Ford, Yankees
Moore, White Sox

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And he's directly concerned,
"because I've been a red hot base baseball
ball baseball fan since my sandlot days in
Boston."

He explained: "Everyone knows
major league baseball is our
great spectator sport. Under the
current runaway condition in the
American League, there's practi practically
cally practically no fan-interest in the race.
And the further we go into August
and September, the deader that
race will be.
"During the first half of the
season there was great interest in
the National League race. But
now, that interest will wane as
the Braves take a commanding

ipad and threaten to assure an-

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with Robert Taylor
- Also:
THE STRIP
with Mickey Rooney

BALBOA 8:15 & 8:W5

Robert Ivers
William Bishop
"SHORT CUT TO HELL"
in VistaVision!

COCO SOLO 7:00
Tom Conway Eva Bartok
"NORMAN CONQUEST"

DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly
"HIGH SOCIETY"
in VistaVision & Color!
(Repeat Run)

GAMBOA 7:00
Richard Kiley
Carmen Sevllla
"SPANISH AFFAIR"

GATUN
Peter Finch
Elizabeth Sellers
"THE SHIRALEE'

7:00

MARGARITA 6:15 & 8:20
Gary Cooper, Segrid Gurie
'THE ADVENTURES OF
MARCO POLO"
Re-Issue!

PARAISO 7:00
"Hell's Half Acre" and
"Sweethearts On Parade"

7:00

SANTA CRUZ

"INTERLUDE"
in Clnemaftcope & Colorl

TAMP RIERD 7:00

"The Midnight Story" and
"GUNSMOKE"

Clyde Parris' Homer

Helps Montreal Up

Lead To Two Games

NEW YORK, Aug. 5 (UPI)

Bob Giallombardo, Clyde Parris
and Harry Schwegman with an
assist from the Havana Sugar
Kings helped the Montreal Roy

als boost their International Leagu

lead to two games last night.

Giallombardo, a left-hander who

was with the Los Angeles Dodgers

for a time this season, pitched a

five-hit, 3-1 victory over the Mia Miami
mi Miami Marlins. Parris homered in the
fourth and Schwegman provided

Montreal's victory margin with a

two-run homer in the bottom of

the ninth after Miami tied the

score with a run in the top of

the inning.

Havana helped Montreal by split splitting
ting splitting a double-header with the
second-place Toronto Maple Leafs.
Havana won the opener, 11-10, and
Toronto took the second game,
11-5. Rocky Nelson homered for

Toronto in each game.
Bennie Daniels pitched the Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Jets to a 6-2 victory over

the Rochester Red Wings and the
Buffalo Bisons edged the Rich Richmond
mond Richmond Virginians, 4-3, in the other
games.

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showing of them all.

Tom Drohan from Coco Solo was

winner for this A League witn
16 out of 25 shots, second place
went to McClien, Ross from Mar

garita, "B" classification was Ja-

ques, Allen from Margarita with
20 out of 25 shots, second place
went to Damiani J. from Gatun.

"C" League boys displayed more

accuracy than other boys. Leba Leba-no
no Leba-no Louis from Balboa, Ostrea

from Ancon tied with each getting
19 for 25, each being, given 15

more shots to determine the winner
This proved close too, but even
under stress Lebano, Louis stayed
calm to Walk 1 away the winner,
Lebano made 10 for 15, Ostrea
came in second with 8 for 15.
"D": Robert Hauser from Mar Margarita
garita Margarita made 15 out of 25 to win.
Second place went to two boys
since it was a tie and pressed for

time didn't play off the tie. Each

of these boys made .14 out of a
Kennedy, Timothy from Coco Solo

and Moses Chuck from Balboa.

The most inexperienced boys on

any League is the "E", but they

are in there pitching and some

day will show their skill on basket

ball floor. For this class McGuire
from Diablo was winner, second
place went to Hay Isaah from

Ancon; McGuire made 13 out of
25 and Isaah made 10 out of 25.

Officials for the basketball tour tournament
nament tournament were Dillman, Raeburn,
McCloin and McGee. Our thanks
to these fellows for making this
tournament a success. Following
is a rundown of tournament:'
Each had 25 shots and in case
of ties another 15 shots given the
contestants to find a winner.

"A" Drohan, Tom, winner (Co

co Solo);

"B Jaaues. Allen, winner,

(M'ar);
"C" Lebano, Louis, winner (Bal)
"D" Hauser, Robt., winner,
(Mar.);
"E", McGuire, Richard, winner
(Diablo);
McCloin, Ross, secend, (Mar.);
Damiani, J., second, (Gat.);
Ostrea, Robt., second, (Ancon);

Kennedy, Moses, tied, Bal. Co Coco
co Coco Solo);
Hay, Isaah, second, (Ancon).
Tomorrow will see Ancon "D"
League playing Diablo here in our
new gym, then Friday will see "C"
team boys in action against Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, Ancon boys have played a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst handicap this summer, but
Balboa played host many days for
our boys to practice and many
thanks goes to them from us all.
Other important days are Aug.
11 and 16. August 11 we travel

to Margarita, then 16 will see us

heading to Taboga Island then to

wind up a perfect summertime big

picnic for all, all one can eat and-

for free, so come on out and help
us to enjoy an old fashion day at
Ancon gym. There will be all kind
of prizes that day and better be
here if you want a prize and some
of the goodies. We'll see you now.

Balboa Men's Summer League

Teams
Kent Cigarettes
Tivoli 'lravels
Balboa Beer
Dunlop-Hillman
Zenith Radios
Scott-Atwater
Pepsi-Cola-Martini
Cafe Duran Blue Star

aBa

I

Won
36 Mi
34V2
32
29 V
25 Vi
25
23
20

Lest
19Mi
21Mi
24
26 Vt
30V4
31
33
37

Leading averages -- Ted Melah Melah-son
son Melah-son 183, Pepe Damian 181, Ed Kun Kun-kel
kel Kun-kel 173.
High series Melanson 667.
High game Melanson 237. High
team series Duran-Biue Star
2597. High team game Tivoli

Travel 932.
Tivoli Travel Agency 4
Kent Cigarettes 0
The cheese became more, bind binding
ing binding in the Summer league at the
Diablo Lanes, when the Tivoli

Travelers carried out their threat

and took the league leading Kent
Cigarrillos for a clean sweep. With
the Tivoli Travelers traveling at a
fast pace they narrowed the Kents
margin to two points.
The Tivolis did not need much

milleage out of the pins becuse the

Kents were off-and Tivoli took the
total tallies without going over the
800 mark in any stanza. Only two
keglers toppled the 500 quota and
both were airmen from Albrook
playing for opposite teams. For the
losers, Joe "Sully" Sullivan still
full of the stateside vigor rolled
524, For the Tivolis, Art Roberts
racked in 511. Individual 200
games were conspicuous by their
absence in this match.

Dunlop-Hillman 3 Balboa Beer 1

2nd
3rd
4th

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THE FORTUNE NIGHT
PLAYS AT 9:00 P.M.

ON THE SCREEN:
Double in Cinemascope!
Burt Lancaster
Kirk Douglas In
"Fight at The O.K. Corral"
Robert Iyers in
"SHORT CUT TO HELL"

Sports Briefs

The heretofore second place Bal

boa Beer Barrels found them themselves
selves themselves in third place, a.ter drop dropping
ping dropping t h r e e out of lour to
II ill man Oars and Dunlop Tires ag aggregation.
gregation. aggregation. The Beer boys rolled
better than all the teams in the
league except the team that op opposed
posed opposed them. Six other teams pro produced
duced produced six 500 sets, and these two
teams clicked off five of the 5C
sets. The -Dunlop-Hillman spurred
on by the return of their big name
bowler, Ed Kunkel fresh from Cos Costa
ta Costa Rica took the first two and let
the Balboa Beers go into the win
column in the anal session. And
it took the Balboa Beers to come
from behind in the final inning to
win by 18 sticks.
Bob Barker and John Barbour
for the English products had iden identical
tical identical 514 series. Ed Kunkel fired
away 540. For the Beer guzzlers,

again it was Farian's Ray Dube

with 542, and Jorge Soto 594. Soto

was on the "600" road when he

rolled 221 and 208 but stumbled in

the finale. The two teams produc

ed six "200 lines compared to

three for the balance of six teams

Jim Reccia made it with 206, Duoe

203, Soto 221-208, Kunkel 201 And

Barbour 214.
Martini-Pepsi Cola 2 Zenith 2

with the high line, when Lou Hack
tossed a. zu game.
Scott Atwaters 4,
Cafe Duran Blue Star 0
The two tailenders teams tang tangled,
led, tangled, trying to trip the other into
rCella e fact 1,181 tfte Duran
Coffee and Blue Star Milk had the
league leading bowler, Ted Melan Melanson
son Melanson in their lineup, did not save
them from going down the orain
hLS A0 They were ll'an'
handled by the Scott-Atwater out
board motors, who just had a a-nough
nough a-nough power in every game to
come out on top.
Jn.the first session it Was 12 pins,
in the second 20 pins and in the.
fipale 19 splinters.

t,w lines appeared on the'
score sheets, although two big big-guns
guns big-guns fired away 500 sets, Raul Al Al-varado
varado Al-varado ior Duran-Biue Star by
545, and Butch Lane for the putt putt-putt
putt putt-putt pals, 531.
This week's matches also mark mark-ed
ed mark-ed the end of the era, of twenty
cent games. From now on the
lads and lassies who enjoy knock knocking
ing knocking down the pins, will have to
contribute thirty cents for every
line rolled in Pan Canal Lanes at
1'linKU U-ll i

lawu, Diuuua ana Margarita.
Whatever
Happened to ..
Raymond (Sonny) Workman
Sonny Workman, one of the
great riders of his day and a
member of the National Jockeys
Hall of Fame, began hanging
around racetracks at the v age of
10. At 16, in 1926, he rode his first
winner and the next year he wat

a aazzier on Maryland's half mils
tracks, being the leading rider at

almost every meeting. Workman

moved quickly to the big tim
and for years was one of tilrf-

dom's top stakes riders, scoring
frequently with such, aces as Equi Equipoise
poise Equipoise and Top Flight. For 11
years he rode for the Whitneys,
first H. O. Whitney then C V.

Whitney, and though he never wat

the national leader he had the

respect of horsemen everywhere.

Whatever Happened to Sonny

Workman? Now 49 and four lime
a grandfather, he manages ex

tensive real estate holdings in hit

native Washington, D. Ct a

lion ne acnievea oy investing
wisely when he made top money
at the tracks.

WINS EASY DECISION

MEXICO CITY (UPI) Willie
Morton. 143 1-4. San Jose, Calif.,

scored an easy 10-round decision

over Alvaro Gutierrez, 146, Mezi Mezi-co
co Mezi-co City, Saturday night before a
crowd of 8,000.

PLANE CRASH VICTIM
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (UPI)
Gaston Muilegg,, 68, Swiss in industrialist
dustrialist industrialist who headed the Inter International
national International RowinE Federation for

the last 12 years, was il!ed
Sunday in the crash of a three-

scater plane.

Player Of The Day
RICHIE ASHBURN
Richie Ashburn of the Phillies,
an old hand at collecting base
hits, was the new National League
batting leader today.
Ashburn, who won the crown in
1955 with a 33S r-r'- (
current average to .342 Sunday
when he rapped out
eight tripr in a dbubleheader
against the Cubs.
The 31 year old outfielder from
Tilden, Neb., extended his hitting

Peosi Cola-Martin Mixtures streak to. 10 consecutive eames

wer notent in the first two games by connecting safely in each con-

taking the first one by eight pins test. Philadelphia won the opaner,

ami rtun second DV 5Z. BUI me mix a t, inn wsi un lugmcau, i-iu.

iiirp went flat, wheft the Zenith, In addition to his hitting,

Radios came on the air, ana won
the last game by 70 pins, .which
gave them the Total PJn mark marker
er marker by 10, for an even split for the
evening.

The

Two Panamanian Pals put on a
private duel Pepe Damian fur Pep Pepsi
si Pepsi Martini with 548 and Humberto
De Luca 339. In the single game
bracket', DeLuca nosed out Pepe
205 to 203. But it was the bowler

who did not break the 500 t ame up in pro tennis matches Sunday,

In addition td his hitting, Ash

burn stole a base in each game
to give him a tofrl of 20 for the
season.

TRABERT DOWNS HO AD
LF, TP.OQUET, France (UPI)
Tony Trabert of CincW ?l,
Ohio, defeated Lew Hoad of A J J-If
If J-If alia, 8 6. 6-4, and Ken Rosewall
of Australia downed Pancho Se-

gura of New Yore, 3-e, 6-3, 6-8,

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PAGE SEVEN
Remain Unbeaten In Exhibition Games
Whip Latrobe
9-4 Behind
Brian Lutz
SUDDEN BOOM
It's an
old friend

Canal Zone Teeners

HUSKIES IN MOSCOW Members of the University of
Washington crew made sure everything was right with their
shell before tackling the Trud boatload' of Russia in Moscow.

The Canal Zone VFW Teener
All stars opened the second week
of exhibitioi games by beating the
Latrobe All Stars 9-4 last nignt.
Brian Lutz pitched the seven in
ning game, giving up eight hits,
walking iout and sinning out sev seven.
en. seven. Panama had two errors but
are credited with eight stolen
bases. Their big innings were the
second and seventh, in which they
scored 3 runs each V Ik was on
the mound for the Latrobe learn,
giving up eight hits walking inree
and struck out eight. Latrooe had
three errors and used a pinchhit pinchhit-ter,
ter, pinchhit-ter, Miller, a right fielder who
came through with a hit when it
was needed.

by
Dan Daniel

Canal Zen Ab H
Lutz, p ,32
Pearl, c 4 1
Amarati, ss 3 0
Ness, lb 3 0
Wilder, 2b 3 1
Klipper, 3b 3 0
Donahue, t 4 1
Rathgeber, cf 4 1
Bateman, r 3 2
I La t rob
Falk, p 2 1
I Ruffner, c 4 2
Watson, ss 4 2
'Parker, lb 3 fl
Harr, 2b 2 0
(Grote, 3b 4 1
jZedak, If 3 0
Sprock, cf 2 0
Elesi, rf 2 1
Miller, rf 11

Take it from Floyd Patterson,! This challenged Bill, Gore the Lutz and Bateman were the hea hea-heavyweight
heavyweight hea-heavyweight champion of tiiejTexan's trainer, who made an vy hitters for the Canal Zone while
world Pete Rademacher ain't no-' odd admission. He said, "Harris, Buffner and Watson did the hon hon-thin'
thin' hon-thin' but a fistic bum. is a fair puncher. No knocker- rs for Latrobe, each with two hits
rif rnnrie this is no radical out." 'to their credit.

statement. Millions of TV vitfWtrs Frenchman Gets Inte the Act
who saw Rademacher against Zo-i The mass interview was pro pro-ra
ra pro-ra Folley called Peter a lot worse eeedmg amicably when the repre repre-than
than repre-than a bum. j sentative of a French news aen-
But Patterson's uptotheminute cy shouted to Gore in accents
rating maik-s a radical change of Gallic and accusative, "lias Har
heart since Auk. 22. 1957. ris got the guts to fight Patter-

Patterson's aspersions came in! son?" j Wednesday Mechanicsburg, Pa ;
the course of an unprecedented; Down at Cut and Shoot, Tex., j Thursday, Carlisle, Pa.; Friday,

mass telephone -interview in ine umi queiy wuuiu nave gu we jviminiown, fa.; Saturday,

nospnai
Parisian

The Canal Zone All Star have
i five more exhibition games sched scheduled
uled scheduled this week before they arrive
Sunday in Hershey, Pa. for the
National Teener Baseball tourna tourna-l
l tourna-l ment, where they will defend their
title; Today Blairsville, Pa.;

'

x hoai moksbuhs. m mw jmr& m mm-'

Clayton Edges Army Atlantic
68-67 In PAAF Cage League

offices of Teleprompter, which has

the closed circuit theatre televi television
sion television rights for Floyd's Aug. 1? de defense
fense defense against Roy Harris. Forty

pons writers pucneu nucsuuus

iftme pungent, noi a iew ?iuy,

Patterson, from his training

tpt at Oceanside, Cat., and

rru, from Arrowhead Springs,

offered rtpiies; reiomoern

rebuttals, k

When Patterson was asked what

fye thought of Rademaoher's show showing
ing showing against Folley, he said, "I
didn't think nothin' of it. Vou
could see Rademacher was in

there only for the money."

in Houston. After a Huntinedon. Pa.

a free ticket to the besi

spell, Roy s trailer called it "a! Canal Zone VFW Teener All

Silly question which needs a silly stars Saturday defeated the Way-

nesDoro ah stars in ugniesi game

answer.

Gore orated, "The entire Harris
clan is game. There is no such
word as fear among them. Down

cowards. They ain't worth shoot

ing.
"Let me ask, how come Patter Patterson
son Patterson gets to fight Harris after tak taking
ing taking on guys like Jackson an I Ra-

I demacher? Harris has had 22

When one fighter throws that"ghts, with 22 wins. Did he show

poisoned dart at another, accus- j courage and guts, or what else,
ing him of no greater interest' when he beat Bob Baker, Willi
than the financial one in Ka-J Besmanoff and Willie Paslrano?"
demacher's case, a mere $35,000 1 Gore's ire was mounting. He
item you have the ultimate in i delivered the coup de ?race with
ring insult. the announcement, "The only
It may be recollected that aft-1 thing Patterson has on Harris is
er Rademacher had floored Patter that Floyd has the title." Then
son, only to be knocked down Gore said something about Patter-

seven times, and out in the sixth son oeing untested,
round, the champion and Cus D' The champion admitted his vic vic-Amato,
Amato, vic-Amato, his manager, a noted ring j tones over Rademacher and Jack Jack-connoisseur,
connoisseur, Jack-connoisseur, gave Pete a ringing; son had proved nothing, but int int-accolade
accolade int-accolade which made him out to ed to his knockout over Archie
be: 1. A Joe Louis in the rough Moore with pride.

2. A shinging crusader and pub public
lic public do gooder. 3. Somebody lo be
filed away for a second crack
within the year.
Folley saved the civilized world
from another Patterson Radema

cher mess, which already had

at Cut and Show, they dro vv triteur radio by Mrs irgia Harv-

oMheir U.S. exhibition tour so far.
Word was received direct from

coach Ness immediately following
the game; Saturday night ;via ami-

been placed on D'Amato s agenda. 1 r rencn mierrogator tackled a re-
! viving roast beef sindwich. "Mon

Patterson Denies Knockdown Slew Gore sounded ver-ee angr-ec,

ey of Balboa. Sgt. Ness phoned the

results to Larry Tjghe of Union,
N. J. who passed it on to the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. Although no errors were com committed
mitted committed by the C.Z. team, the game
was scoreless until Waynesboro
scored one earned run in the third
inning. In Vie fourth inning,
Waynesboro team threatened a
gain, loadjng the bases, but Gary
Ness on the mound, with no outs,
struck out the first two in order
and the third flied out.

In the fifth inning the C.Z. teen teeners
ers teeners struck back with one run due
to a Waynesboro error to tie the

score l-i. nut in tne seventh inn inn-ling,
ling, inn-ling, Panama came across with
four runs to capture another win
on their Stateside tour.

"I had tough fights before I Ness gave up 6 hits, walked one
stopped Archie." Floyd pointed! and struck out nine. Zady was the
out. "Maybe Gore is right, .md I j pitcher for Waynesboro, giving up
am untested. Then arain, maybel'ive hits, walked three and struck
I am better than I think I a m. out five. Waynesboro committed
At this critical point. the1 two erros. i

by Sparmate

The other day there was 1 re connection

port Patterson had been floored
by Joe Torres, a spring part partner
ner partner who also holds membership
in the D'Amato stable.
When asked if he actually had
been dropped by the out-weighed
(Brooklyrtite, Patterson replied, "It
was not a knock-down. My feet

got tangled, and I tripped. This

nas Happened many times in incitum

past,, hut nobody ever made no no-thin'
thin' no-thin' of it."
One of the writers hollered to
Patterson, "I heard down in
Houston the other day that liar
ris has no punch."
Here Dan Florio. Floyd's train trainer,
er, trainer, dashed lo the telephone. "A-

nybody can knock you down if he

Following the game, messages
were taken from some of the par

' ha cllcnnMoH ie thn tVin 1 nl.,nl.,.nn ante ftr ni..,. 1...

did. Sunday afternoon, contact was

maoe again irom tne team via
amateur radio to some of the fami families.
lies. families. The boys were enjoying a
free day with no game and. bar baring
ing baring a wonderful time being en entertained
tertained entertained in Waynesboro.

Team manager ErI Sanders and
Coach Ness were staying in a Chil Chil-joe'dren's
joe'dren's Chil-joe'dren's Home and were being roy
Sin ally treated as guests bv 34 well

i Jose Slate suffered a minor neck j behaved children Sunday night the
I injury during the Philade'phii two men were invited to be guest
! Eagles' 80 minute serimmagejspeakers at a Youth Fellowship
Saturday. I meeting.

Curty Swarzrock who suffered a'
j charlie horse in Wednesday night's

game at ttanway is still limping
ALPIAHCA, Portugal UPI 1 but expects to be ready to see ac-
Raul Motos. a Snankh evwlicf I tinn in th llihn t

1 1. ,u. ;u. l .-. ...:n '. r V ': ""V "' wuiliamcill.

m uo uw I'gm fi. jye iu ; con peunj in tne lour of Portugal The team has had one full week
have to find out if Roy has no, died Sunday night after suLeiinsiof hosnifalitv anrt .ntr,im-Ht

t suihuuw, (Pont nilPrl An

Sports Briefs

EAGLE ROOKIE HURT

HERSHEY, Pa. (DPI)

rooKie fullback from

urday.

CYCLIST DIES

The Fort Clayton Cavaliers eked
out a close 68-67 win over the Ar Army
my Army Atlantic Bushmasters Friday
night in the last minutes of play
in a PAAF encounter at Reeder
Gymnasium.
The game was close all the way
with the lead changing hands time
after time. Fort Clay'on jumped
into a quick 16-8 first period lead
but Army Atlantic fought back in
the second period to go ahead 35 35-33
33 35-33 at half-time. The final half was
nip-and-ruck all the way with the
Cavaliers holding a 52-50 third
quarter margin.
The real story of the ball game
was told at the free throw line,
where Clayton tossed in 14 to 20
foul shots and Army Atlantic only
three out of nine. In fact, Bob John
Foster of AA had a chance to tie
the game up with only three se seconds
conds seconds left in the game on a free
shot but missed.
Hiram Cushinberry was high

man in the well balanced Caly'on
attack with 13 tallies. Wilbur Ca
nad and Dick Gleason added 11

apiece and Tom Thompson and
Darnell Sanford added 10 apief?.
Bob Coane wasn't far behind with
nine.
Dan Griffin of AA was the game
high scorer with 17 markers. Don
Myers and Gerald Roberts hit for
14 and 10 respectively.
Satur y night the Fort Amador
hed the Navv five

133 93 in one of the wildest scoring j
l 1,:. ........

games in league nuimj.
Navy never had a chance as
Amador maintained a torrid pace
throughout the game scoring in
the 30's in each quarter.
The Troopers continued flow of
substitutes throughout the game
with everyone on the squad seeing
action, and onlv two members of
the team failed" to enter the scoring-
column.
Little Bobby Christopher of A A-mador
mador A-mador was the game's high scorer
with -13 field goals and eight ree
throws lor 34 points. Ray Craw Crawford
ford Crawford hit 21. Jim Johnson 19 and
Ed Ritter 15 for the Troopers. In
JOCKEY'S TOP MAN
NEW YORK (UPD-Lou Smith,
vice president and general man manager
ager manager of Rockingham Park at

Salem, N. H., today was named!
horse racing's "Man of the Year'
by the Jockeys' Guild and will be j
guest of honor al the gr nip's j
annual dinner dance in New York'
Sept. 27.

all, six Trooper cagers hit double
figures.
Malt Johnson and Ray Nesbitt
paced" the losing quintet with 33
and 25 points respectively. Walt
Bell added 14 to the cause.

'STAND FAST M Wk
...note in the m
tall triangular

DISTRIBUTORS

MOTTA Y MOTTA, LTDA.
PANAMA e COLON

Bell added 14 to the cause. j J tf4(sC7'
LEAGUE STANDINGS jpgPWB

Dye tried tn apply the brakes

WHOA THERE Mrs Paul
Dye tried to apply the brakes
as she missed a putt in the
Women's Western Amateur
Championship at Oak Park,
III. The Indianapolis shntmnk-
I er has won the Indiana state
! title six times.

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Automobiles

If 55 Fsrd Victorii hardtop, pink
and whit, radio, powtr steering;
2-1891, 2-1895 weekdsys, 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nighH and Sundayi.
FOR SALE: Buick 51 Special,
good condition, nw tires. Up Upright
right Upright piano, good condition.
Wringer type, wather 25 cy.
904-C Rousseau W. Bank. Navy
3(175.
American leaving country. 1954
Ford Cuitomline V-8, fVrdor
gedan, Inspected, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. 23,000 milei. Duty un unpaid.
paid. unpaid. $1,000. Buiiness phone
2-2123 after working hours 3 3-784.
784. 3-784. FOR SALE: 1957 M.G. con convertible,
vertible, convertible, good condition, over overhauled.
hauled. overhauled. Tel. 3-7577 from 12

noon to 2 p.m.
FOR SALE:
1953 Ford,
4 door $700.00
1953 Pontiae,
hard top $700.00
1953. 4 door
Station Wagon $900.00
1952 Pontiae
Catalina $600.00
1956 Ford,
4 door $1,350.00
1955 Mercury
Montclair 1,650.00.
1953 Oldsmobilc,
4 door $700.00

AGENCIAS .COSMOS, S. A.
Tel. 2-4586
Frangipani St.. front of
National Stadium
FOR SALE: 1955 Cadillae
coupe 62, excellent condition,
vsw, radio, power, steering, tint tinted
ed tinted glass. Lot Riot 623 1-B. 2 2-8658.
8658. 2-8658. 1956 Mereury-MonteUir Hd. Top
tutone. Power brakes, radio,
leather upholstery, WsW tires.
Excellent car.
1957 Buick-Riviera Hd Top
Coupe White tires, radio, excel excellent
lent excellent mechanical condition.
1957 Chevrolet-Station Wagon
4DR. radio, plastic upholstery,
tutone 6 Cyl, red tr Ivory; stand
trim. Like new.
1956 Cadillac Hard Tap Ceupa,
power brakes & steering, radio,
WW tires. Excellent condition.
1957 Dodge V8 Coronet Hd. top
Ceupe tutone, redio, WS W
TIN.
1955 Chevrolet Sta. Wagon 4DR,
radio tutone, ttand, trans., 6 cyl.
excellent conditions.
1957 Hillman-4DR Sedan tutone.
Like new.
1954 Buiek -Convertible, radio
power brakes fir steering, white
tires, leather upholstery.
1957 Fiat 4DR Sedan,
mechanical condition.
Excellent
1952 Mercury-Hard top Coupe
tutone. radio, WW tires, excel excellent
lent excellent conditions.
1954 Buick -4DR Sedan, tutone,
power steering, radio, leather up upholstery
holstery upholstery WSW tires.
1955 Chevrolet, radio, new up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, standard. 6 cyl.
1953 Chevrolet Bel Air 4DR 6
cyl., radio, WSW tires, power
steering.
AUTOS EISENMAN vende los
mfjores carros usados a los me me-jores
jores me-jores precios. Tels: 2-2616 2 2-4966
4966 2-4966 Al lado planta Coca Cola.
Joey Jay Named
.National League
Player Of Month

- CINCINNATI (UPI) -, Pitcher ney, 53, acting chairman of the
Joey Jay, the one time Ll'tle New York State Communist Pnr-
rriaancr now making it "bi-i" ty. two years, and Alexander
With the Milwaukee Braves, loci iy frachtenbrrg, 73, a member oi
was named the National League's the party's national committee
..".Player of the Month" for july.ancl head o, the International

Publisher Co., printers of commu commu-strapping,
strapping, commu-strapping, 22 year old right-nist literature, one year.
currently is nursing a The men were "convicted in

ha 'tder
. pulled tendon in
his elbow, but
there wasn't a thing
wrong wi'h
t him in .Inly Ins overall
t formanre last month was
tha he earnerl a clear
I maionlv of votes from the
10
i baseball writers and broadcasts
who make up the selection com
! mitlee.
Jay received a total of 19 voles
to 10'? Kir runnerup Ernie Banks
of the Chicago Cubs Banks drew
one half a vole from one com
' mitlee member, who divided his
, July ballot between the Cub short
' stop and Cincirrhati pitcher Bob
Purkey.
Pitchers drew most nf the bal
lots. Sam .lonrs of the St. Luiis
Cardinals finishing third with fiv
votes; Boy Fare nf rillsbi.rgh
fourth with two, and Purkev next
with l'a.
Outfielder Frank Robinson ofl
Cincinnati and Dick Stuart, the
Pirates' rookie first baseman
each drew one vole
Jay cs mo (lose lo being the
during July He won five games,
lncnrmnc iu. snuiouls, ana imck
OUt6 batters,

Apartments

FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment from $40.
Via Porras 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: 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
3-1179 or 3-6082.
FOR RENT: Modern, new two
bedroom apartments. Trans Trans-isthmian
isthmian Trans-isthmian Highway, in front of Los
Angeles, 200 m. from Riba Riba-Smith
Smith Riba-Smith supermarket. Telephone
3-3904.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with one bedroom $75.00.
96 Via Porras. Tel. 3-2128.
FOR RENT: Two large bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, kitchen and
bath, very modern. In new build building
ing building with large balcony on 4th
of July Avenue. Also large fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, two large living
rooms with kitchen and bath bet between,
ween, between, two bedrooms and extra
bathroom. Suitable for two cou couples.
ples. couples. Enquire, janitor Powell at
TI-132 4th of July Avenue or
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
one bedroom. Via Porras and 2nd
Avenue. Phone 3-5646.
FOR RENT: $50.00 furnished
apartment with regular transpor transportation
tation transportation facilities, comfortable. Tel,
2-3343 3-0471.
WANTED
WANTFO TO RENT: Couple,
no children need house or apart apartment
ment apartment with character, modern or
old fashioned, large living or living-dining
room, minimum two
bedrooms, in town or country.
Box 4365. telephone 3-6372.
Panama, Monday en.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre,
nicely furnished, cool room, pri private
vate private bath, delicious meals if de de-tired.
tired. de-tired. Call 3-1789.
Six Commies Freed
By Appeals Court
NF.W YORK rTTPn ThP IT s
Court of Appeals today reversed I
the conviction of six second-siring
communists accused of vinhlipp;
the Smith act. It ordered 1 1' in
dictment dismissed.
The court held that simply
teaching the urgency of over overthrowing
throwing overthrowing the U.S. government by j
force and violence was insuf
ficient for a conviction.
"It must be clear in some
fashi that the teaching and ad advocacy
vocacy advocacy was directed to some sort
of action not merely a belief in
some abstract doctrine, Judce
John ('. Pickett said.
"In the teaching somebody
must be urjed to do something
not just Relieving fn something
The six communists who had
been free in bail pending their
appeal had been sentenced to
terms ranging irom one to live
i years.
They are William Normar, 55
former executive secretary of the
.Vw York State Communist Par Parly,
ly, Parly, sentenced to five years' Fred
M. Fine, 43, secretary of the
party's national affairs, four
years; Sidney Stein, 42, assistant
national labor secretary ol the
Communist Party, three y:rs;
.lames E. Jackson Jr., 43. south
ern regional director of the party,
two years: Georce Blake Char
Julv. 195(5 and sentenced in Sen-
tcniber of the same year.

per The decision lor reversal hand
suched down today by the three judge
cut court was unanimous.

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Beside the Bella vfeu Theatre.

Resorts
SHRAPNEL'S furnished hornet,
on beach. Phone Thompson,
Balboa 1772.
PHILLIPS Oceenside Cottages
Santa Clara R de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottaqet and Large
Beach House. One mile past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1 866,
Houses
FOR RENT: To responsible
couple, 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. Phone 3-
3255.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, maid's room, ga ga-lage,
lage, ga-lage, screened. Calle 50 No. 25.
Bella Vista $115.00. Tel. 2 2-0481.
0481. 2-0481. HI Fl RECORDS
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Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
Tel 3-2217
8 DAY
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Inc. air far, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave every Tues. and Frl.
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-16G1
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f. 1.9 lens 6).S0
more for your Dollar.
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155 Central Ave.
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call
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Home Articles

FOR SALE: American made ma mahogany
hogany mahogany drop leaf dining table
teats eight extended with four
mahogany chairs $90. Large
white leather covered detk or
dresser with glass top, made in
Paraguay $50. Phone fanama
2- 2123 or after business hours
3- 6784.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Antique
secretary 85.00; Mahogany up upholstered
holstered upholstered living room sets 98.00;
Hollywood bed from 37.00; bunk
beds 44.00 mahogany; dining
room table and 4 chairs 45.00;
Dresser with mirror 29.00, 4 be.
Rattan living room set 99.00;
large kitchen cabinets 65.00;
modern coffee tables 18.00; end
tables 7.50; Basket chairs 12.00;
New Mattresses 12.50; Pillows
1.50; Chair 2.50; CASH DIS DISCOUNT
COUNT DISCOUNT Household Exchange
National Ave. No. 41. Tels.
3-4911, 3-7348.
FOR SALE Kenmore washer, con conventional,
ventional, conventional, good condition, not
rusty. Price $60, 2 years old.
2164-A Curundu. Phone 83 83-7116.
7116. 83-7116. FOR SALE: Heywood Wakefield
9 pc. living room set, plastic
covered cushions; mahogany din dining
ing dining room table and two chairs.
Excellent buy. 53rd street, El
Cangrejo No. 17, Apt. 1.
Foster Returns Home
With Family After
Florida Vacation
GREER, SC. (UPI) man
twice doomed to the Georgia elee.
trie rhair is home at last'' here
today after 26 months in prison
for a slaying confessed by another
man.
James Fulton Foster, 48, flew
to Greenville, S.C., yesterday It Iter
er Iter a vacation paid for by a weal
thy art dealer, Leo Barsnay. ros
ter was freed on bonb two weeks
a en followine the confession of
former Illinois policeman Rocky
Rothschild in Columbia, S.C.. to
the slaying of Jefferson, Gal, mer merchant
chant merchant Charles Drake June 9,
1956.
"It's really great o be home at
last," Foster said on his arrival
from Daytona Beach, Fla. Look Looking
ing Looking healthy after his two weeks in
the Florida sun, Foster said he
hopes to talk with someone aboui
a job "pretty soon."
With him on the flight were his
wife and seven children, Barshay
and Fosters attorney, Jame Jame-Wood
Wood Jame-Wood of Commerce, Ga., who led
the fight to free the condemned
man. A retrial for Foster must he
held, but it is regarded as largely
a formal procedure.
Foster had the highest praise
for "thotfe who stood by me
through all of this." He singled
out Wood, and the cit ns of Jef Jefferson
ferson Jefferson and Commerce, who helped
raise funds for his defense.
Four of the fund raisers were
at the airport to greet Foster.
They were Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Woodall of Athens, Ga., formerly
of Commerce, anJ Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Wilson of Commerce.
Mr. Wilson said he had lost
many friends because of his work
for Foster, but' "it was worth it
because I was convinced all along
they were about to send an inno innocent
cent innocent man up."
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in each town they have played and
are making many friends.
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WORK FRS HOLD PILGR IMA&fe
LOURDES, France (UPI) -The
I first "International Pilgrimage for
! Workers of the World" will be
beld here Aug. 15-17. Some 10.000
French workers already iav sig signified
nified signified their desire to attend. In ad ad-:
: ad-: dilion, France's Roman Catholic
workers action group plans to
I Iransport about 100 sick and in injured
jured injured workers to Lourdes for that
occasion.

Miscellaneous

COME! HURRY! COME!
Jutt received large shipment art
porcelain wares, big bowls, vatet,
flower pott, platen etc;, beauti beauti-full
full beauti-full eerved large bratt trays,
bowls. Gongs, many new stylet
furniture, baskets end novelties.
GRAND DISPLAY AT LUM'S
40 F. de la Ossa Ave. 11.
JUST ARRIVED
Assortment of Musical
Instruments and Accessories.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES CORP.,
Tivoli Ave. No. 18-29
Tel. 2-1905
FOR SALE: Complete Apeco
photo exact copier with auto
ttat machine, timer and photo
paper ta9 S'Axll and 8'2"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.

FOR SALE: Combination radio
and record player. 511 Ancon
Blvd.
FOR SALE: Youth bed with

mattress, $15,
6779.
Tel. Panama 3-
FOR SALE: Kchler 1 Vj Kw
light plant DC, vy good condi condition,
tion, condition, 0765-B. Williamson Place,
Balboa, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday.
Powers' Sentence
Cut To 6 Months
Will Marry Soon
VERDUN, France (UPD Amer American
ican American GI Wayne Powers, who de deserted
serted deserted in World War II and hid
for 14. years' with his Frjrcri
sweetheart, had his 10-year sen

tence reduced yesterday to MXroad yard in Omaha

months at nara UDor ana a ais ais-honorable
honorable ais-honorable discharge.
The reduction, announced by
Brig. Gen. Robert J. Fleming Jr.,
commanding general of the U.S.
eastern France Army base, had
been exDected as part of an un
derstanding that Powers would be
dealt with leniently.
His case tired French emo emotions
tions emotions when he was found on March
21 hiding in the home of 34-year-old
Yvette Bleuse, who had borne
him five children since 1944, and
5ft. 000 letters pleading for clemen clemency
cy clemency were received by the American
Embassy in Paris.
Powers, who deserted from his
Army unit just be'ore the Battle
of the Bulge, was sentenced by a
courtmartial Friday to 10 years at
hard labor, dishonorable discharge
and forfeiture of all pay and al allowances.
lowances. allowances. The balding Missouri soldier had
been given to understand, how
ever, that the prison term would
be reduced drastically. He had
entered a "negotiated plea" of
j guilty. I
The reduced sentence now goes
to the Judge Advocate General of
the Army for review, but it is ex expected
pected expected to be upheld.
Yvette, who hid the GI 'under
the stairs of her home in the vil village
lage village of Mont Dorigny when police
came too close, was waiting for
wedding bells today.
Powers had told reporters that
he would marry her as soon as he
was freed. He plans to visit his
father, Jake, in Chillicothe, Mo.,
and then return to France to set settle
tle settle down. He has received a num number
ber number of job offers from French
firms.
Powers' first wife divorced him
French Aulo Crash
Seriously Injures
Movie Executive
CANNES, France. Aug. 5 (UPI)
Jack L. Warner, U. S. movie
executive was seiously injured in
an automobile truck collision while
en route home today from a casi casino
no casino here.
Police said Warner, who was 66
Saturday, collided head on in his
open sports car with a coal truck.
He suffered a concussion, t pos possible
sible possible skull fracture, severe cuts
and possible broken bones.
Doctors at Cannes Hospital said
his condition was "very serious."
They said he was in a comA.
Warner was driving alone. He
was headed in the direction of his
villa "Aujourdhui" at Cap D'An
tibes when the accident occurred.
The truck driver was not injur
ed. The crash occurred at 6:30
a.m.
Warner's elder brother, Harry,
died in Hollywood last July 25.

Domestic Employment

WANTltD: Experienced nurse nursemaid
maid nursemaid for three young children.
Must like children, live in. Call
Navy 3197.
Identity Ot Giggling
Teenager Baffles
Doctors And Police
OMAIV, Neb. (UP I) A giggl giggling
ing giggling teen-aged girl found wan
dering in a railroad yard has
baffled police and medical experts
for more than two months in their
efforts to learn her identity.
She calls herself "Jane Doe,"
the name given her by attendants
when she entered the psychiatric
ward at Douglas County Hospital.
Police, psychiatrists and psy psychologists
chologists psychologists have tried without sue.
cess to get her to reveal some
clue to her identity. But the only
words she utters are brief answ.
ers like "yes" or "stop."
The dark complexioned girl
has turned from a "seclusive and
withdrawn" patient into a giggling
and apparently happy girl at the
hosital.
Medical exerts hope eventual,
ly to shatter the mental hlnck
which hides her past.
"She has built up an uncons
cious defense system," psycholog psychologist
ist psychologist Jack Dabney said, "and when
you ask her something that might
reveal her identity or her home,
she gives out the wrong answers."
Police, meanwhile, are check checking
ing checking out a new clue to her identity
provided by Missouri Prison con convict
vict convict Paul Gilbert who said the
girl resembled one he once knew
in Texas. Gilbert said the girl's
father was in the Air Force. The
inmate identified the girl as Au Audrey
drey Audrey Ballett.
. Audrey had a habit of wander
ing off ,'or days at a time, turn turning
ing turning up near railroad tracks. Jane
was iouna in a Union Pacific rail.
She had only a few pennies and
a newspaper clipping in her purse
at the time. She told a detective
"I'm from New York," That lead
failed to materialize as have 29
others from 19 states, the District
ui iommDia, Canada and Mexico
Jane, who is pretty even with
out makeup, nodded her head and
grinned when asked in an inter
view if she liked life in the hos hospital.
pital. hospital. But she clammed up when
questioned about her name, her
past, her home, her family.
Red Threat Should
Be Election Issue
Claims Senator
WASHINGTON upi) Sen.
jurum imirmond today said the
threat of communism" should be
the number one issue in the
1960 elections.
The Soulh Carolina Democrat
said in his weekly newsletter that
"the American people must be
vigilant against the threat of com communism
munism communism at all times."
In addition to a "strong mili military
tary military establishment," he said, the
nation must "guard against com.
munist penetration from within. .
(By maintaining) a sound nation,
al economy by reducing the na.
tional debt and curbing govern government
ment government expenditures."
Thurmond listed "constitutional
government," farm problems, for.
eign polfcy, foreign trade, and
free enterprise as other topics
which should be major issues.
He said "we must strive to es establish
tablish establish a foreign trade policy
which will permit the expansion
of trade without sacrificing the
jobs of American workers."
Sputnik IV
Being Built
For Outer Space
MOSCOW (UPI)-Russian Sput Sputnik
nik Sputnik IV, already in preparation,
may be designed to probe the se secrets
crets secrets of the stars.
Soviet sources at the Interna International
tional International Geophysical Assembly indi indicated
cated indicated yesterday that the new saitl
lite would be a giant "cosmic ob
servatory.' 'As such, it could dis
close secrets of spa.ee as the smal smaller
ler smaller satellites are revealing mys
teries of the earth's upper-atmos
phere region.
But beyond revealing that the
cosmic observatory had become
opssible as a result of the Success
ful launching of the third Sputnik,
which weighed 2,919 pounds, scien scientists
tists scientists refused to give details of the
new project.
However, other scientists attend attending
ing attending the meeting said an observa-
- 1 wry in spac
free .rom the blur
ring effects of any atmosphere
could relay bark to earth by tele-
vision the clearest picture ever
beheld of the heavenly bodies.

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Complete bearding at private
country residence. Woman, mar married
ried married couple. 25 minutes from
Balboa. Private bath, garage
Write box 593 Howard AFB Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
Mrs. Nona White: Your visit ac accounting
counting accounting department CASA AD ADMIRABLE
MIRABLE ADMIRABLE will be appreciated.
WANTED: 3 or 4 bedrooms
chalet. Call 3-1407.
Want to buy plow or harrow for
tractor. Write Guillormo Leon
Box 5290 Panama or phone 3-
7063.
Used refrigerator wanted, gas er
kerosene. Call 6-198 Gamboa.
FIRST 1959 MODEL
FLINT, Mich. (UPI) -First of
the nation's 1959 automobiles to
be introduced this fall, initial mod
els of the new Buick line, leave
here today for preview show
ings in six major cities across the
nation. The 1959 Buick line makes
its public debut Sept. 19, the ear
liest introduction date for the Gen
eral Motors division since World
War II.

Entire Panel Of Supreme Court
Hears Little Rock School Case

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI) All
seven members of the Eight U.S.
Appeals Cpurt yesterday heard ar arguments
guments arguments for and against postpon postponing
ing postponing school desegregation in Little
Rock, Ark., and took the case
under advisement for a decision
expected to come soon.
Attorneys were arguing an ap appeal
peal appeal from the order of U. S. Dis District
trict District Judge Harry J. Lemley,
which postponed desegregation un
til 1961 at Little
Rock Central
High School.
It was only the second time in
30 years that the entire panel of
the court had sat for hearings on
a case. A small courtroom, chosen
because it was air conditioned,
was packed with about 150 specta spectators
tors spectators and at least that many gath gathered
ered gathered in a corridor outside.
Under a virtual mandate from
the Supreme Court of the United
States, the Appeals Court must re return
turn return a speedy tecision. The high
court, refusing to consider the
case because relief had not been
sought at a lower level of juris jurisprudence,
prudence, jurisprudence, emphasized the need of
a decision before the school year
starts next month.
Marshall Testifies
Thurgood Marshall, New York
attorney for the National Assn.
for the Advancement of Colored
People, led off for the appellants.
"There was no real effort to
discipline white students," Marsh Marshall
all Marshall charged. "When fires were
started, the procedure was to put
out the fires, rather than punish
the culprits."
He said the whole nub of the
case rested on two points: Distur Disturbances
bances Disturbances within the school, and out outside
side outside interference. And he said the
outside interference was halted by
the presence of fedral troops.
He said the position of the
school board in the case was that
violence itself should nullify the
Supreme Court s action in grant granting
ing granting school integration, and he
asked: 'Can we put a premium
on violence?
Lack of Power to Enforce
He added that if the court up upheld
held upheld Lemley's delay, the seven
remaining Negro students (one
has graduated and one has been
expelledlwould never receive an
integrated education. They would
graduate before the so called
"cooling off" period ended.
Row Over CBS
Film Team Split
With Sex Causes
LONDON (UPI) A row over
Shaw with sex caused one of Bri
tain's greatest film directors to
quit on the American producing
team of Hecht-Hill Lancaster in
the midst of work on a 2 million
dollar movie, the Daily Express
reported today
Director Sandy McKendrick
fought the Americans' view that
George Bernard Shaw's satire on
the American War of Indepen
dence, "The Devil's Disciple,"
should be fumed as a swashbuck
ling adventure story spiced with
sex, ,the Express said.
A spokesman for Hecht Hill
Lancaster denied that the produc
ers planned to take liberties with
Shaw.

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A. F. House, Little Rock
ney for the school board, sain?
great problems of any Sour
district school board trying 1?
tegrate were the mores (cus ;
traditions) of the community
the federal government's Iff
power to enforce integration.
"ABout 15 or 20 agitators n
arrested when disorders ot
AiivvaJ IT i,,.. U( k
all were set free, it encouraged
others. No federal law can be uti
lized in suppressing agitators.
House requested and received
permission from the court to offer
a collection of newspaper clip clippings,
pings, clippings, radio transcripts and other
written material to show the "cli "climate
mate "climate of feeling."
Good Faith Not Challenged
Richard C. (Butler, the school
board's other attorney, said the
good faith of the board had never
been challenged. He cited numer numerous
ous numerous talks given by Superintendent
Virgil Blossom in an effort to
sell the board s .itegration
plan.
Butler said the board was
caught between the "upper and
nether millstones" they had only
two choices.
"Either they could be a party
to the destruction of what they
had built up or take legal action."
he said. "This, after prayerful
consideration, was what they did."
Butler said there were acts on
the books in Arkansas which hold
the state is not C( Spelled to de desegregate.
segregate. desegregate. "Some hold these to be uncon unconstitutional,"
stitutional," unconstitutional," he said, "but who is
to know until they reach the
courtse The board had to take
them into consideration as well."
Fringe Benefits
For Workers
Increased In 1957
WASHINGTON (UPI) Fring
benefits received by employes in
1957 averaged $981, an increase of
$162 since 1955, a U.S. Chamber of
Commerce study reported mon mon-day.
day. mon-day. The chamber said the survey in included
cluded included 1,020 firms and "is the
most complete of its kind."
Dr. Emerson P. Schmidt, direc director
tor director of the chamber's economic re research
search research department, said weekly
wages and hourly rates "are no
longer accurate measures of eith either
er either worker income or the labor
costs of doing business."
He said "pensions, insurance
plans and a host of other benefits
have substantially increased both
the well-being of employes and
costs to employers."
The study said the $981 average
benefits for full-time employes in included
cluded included $310 for agreed upon pro
grams of pensions and insurance,
$311 for vacations and holidays,
$170 for legally required pro programs,
grams, programs, such as social security and
unemployment cdmpensation, and
$104 for rest periods, and $86 for
other benefits.
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ILANZ, Switzerland (UPI) i
Thirty three persons have be
killed in the Swiss Alps since t
summer climbing season beg. I
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With Brazilian Leaders
RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug. 5 (IP1 Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles met Brazilian leaders today to begin talks designed
to strengthen inter-American ties and define Latin Americas role
in the Cold War.
Dulles scheduled conferences with President Jusceuno hu hu-bitschek
bitschek hu-bitschek and Foreign Minister Francisco Negrao de Lima.
The Secretary of State flew in from Washington yesterday.
Leftist students draped a building along his route from the air airport
port airport in black and festooned it with "Dulles, Go Home I" signs, but
there was no violence.
Students who had threatened to block the airport road ap ap-mrently
mrently ap-mrently thought better of it when they saw the police turnout
organized to protect the U.S. official.
Dulles, whipping bv at 50 mph, barely caught a glimpse of

the black-draped Praia Flamengo student center.

Virginia Judge Authorises
7-Year Integration Delay

tu. ..rtarv riined last nicht arrived, Neerao de Lima

with U. S Ambassador Ellis 0. hoped the visit would "mark the
nrioo. anH .'niofs nf spction at i lie beginning of a new era in United

mbassv, who briefed him od

said he lnfT nocw

u o.

the States-iBrazilian relations.

he

to

Brazilian situation,
fin hi arrival. Duiies said

had come to Kio to take pj; in
informal discussions of the world
ituation and mter-Amencan iela-

Msns. with soecisl reference

sjeoiiontiic problems.
In recent diiiioniaric xchangM
Kubittehek ha emphiiid hi
belter that h oin irritsril in
inter-Arrerlcar, afc'iirs is the un un-isriieveUpiTOnt
isriieveUpiTOnt un-isriieveUpiTOnt of no:,! nations
south of the border.
! Snavial Breciatiotts wore Ukn

to prevent possible hostile demon

rrstions by local Lnmrnimis
Ieft-win2 stuilents us Dulles :

M yesterday.
Special riot police and city no

lee and army and air fore

Diplomatic circles in both

Washington and Rio regarded 'he
Dulles visit as a major develop development
ment development in initr-American aiffairs.
They pointed out thai Pres. den:
Eisenhower and Kubilschek in a
recent exchange of letters agreed

nn the need for a thorough reap reappraisal
praisal reappraisal of inter-American policies
o char misunderstandings anril
intensify the struggle against po
verty and underdo-veu-jinieiil.
The agreement httwesn the two
I'resiilenti; was exwec'.ed to result
in the recommendation of con-i

or crele measures to stop the erosion

riv in hemisphere relations that was i

i reflected in the anti-American rnU

wnich ni.iiKPd vice president Men

no- anl M. Nixon's South American

lice units were stationed alon; he tour
route from the airpont o the cent-;

r of the city.
Heavier concentrations of po police
lice police were placed at bridges and
road curves.
Only invited guests and accre accredited
dited accredited newspapermen were pei mit mit-ted
ted mit-ted to enter the airport.
A group of about 150 persons
gathered in front of the Ameri American
can American Embassy applauded as Dul Dulles
les Dulles alighted Ifrom the car which
brought him from the airport to
the ombassy. There was no hos hostile
tile hostile demonstration either at the
airport or along the route to the
embassy.
In a prepared statement deli
vered at the airport, Dulles said:
"I come at the invitation of your
government for informal talks
with President Kubitschek, Fo Foreign
reign Foreign Minister Negrao de Lima
and other leaders of your country
on the world situation and inter
American relations with particular
attention on economic deve op op-met
met op-met and our bilateral relations.
"I particularly welcome this op
portunity to discuss here prob problems
lems problems that while relating immedi immediately
ately immediately to the Middle East, have a
profound significance to all who
would be seciye in their freedom
and indenpendence. ."
In a statement issued as Dulles

last April and May.

Nuclear Experts Slill
Trying To Devise
A-Blast Detector

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared by thr Meteorological
and Hydrographir Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:

GENEVA (UP) Nuclear ez-

perts trom East and West today
entered the home stretch of a
month old attempt to dit.ise a
surefire system to detect a sneak

nuclear explosion.
The scientists representing eight
nations four from either side of
the Iron Curtain are expected to
wind up their strictly technical
talks by the end of this week.
Their report will be turned over
to their respective governments
as background for a possible
agreement to ban nuclear tests.
Observers believe the experts
have agreed that even the most
secret nuclear blast can be dis discovered
covered discovered by a worldwide system
of detection stations, including
some installed on artificial earth
satellites.
Such problems as how far apart
the stations should be and what
recording instruments each
should contain have nof yet been
settled. They were up for discus
sion at today's 3 p.m. meeting in
the heavily guarded conference
rooms at Geneva's palais des na nations.
tions. nations. Last Friday in their 24th closed

door session since the talks be began
gan began July 1, the scientists agiecd
on the technical equipment that
would be needed in a control system.

RICHMOND, Va. (UP1 ) A fed federal
eral federal judge authorized a seven
year delay Monday in the integra integration
tion integration of schools in Prince Edward
County, Virginia, origin of one of
the pioneer cases decided by the
Supreme Court, because of the
danger of violence.
"Judging from the experience of
other localities, it may be observ
ed that violence may be within
the realm of probability if precip precipitate
itate precipitate action is taken" by integrat-

the judge said.
District Judge Sterling

Hutcheson made the ruling in a
5,000-word opinion. His reference
to violence apparently concerned
integration troubles at Nashville
and Clinton, Tenn., and in Little
Rock, Ark.
Hutcheson directed the county,
which was first ordered to dese desegregate
gregate desegregate in the Supreme Court's
historic decision of May 17, 1954,
to comply with the ruling "at the
beginning of the school year for
965."
He also said that the deadline
could be extended or shortened
according to "conditions" in the
county between now and 1965.
Hutcheson's decision was a set setback
back setback for Negro attorneys who

asked him Ju'v 14 to order the
county to desegregate this coming
September. It was not quite a
complete victory for county attor attorneys'
neys' attorneys' who asked for an indefinite
stay of the desegregation deadline.
It appeared certain that the
case would be appealed, but

whether anything could be djne
in time to affect this school year
was in doubt. In a similar case,
the entire panel of judges in the
Eighth U. S. Circuit Court of Ap

peals Monday took up the appeal

of an integration stay covering

Little Rock's Central High School.

Appeal of Hutcheson s case
would be taken to the Fourth Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit Court which sits here.
Report Requested v
Hutcheson ordered "an imme immediate
diate immediate start in the necessary pre

liminary steps looking to the for

mation of a plan" for desegrega

tion. He specifically asked for a
report "concerning the progress"
on or before Jan. 1, 1959.

The decision approved a request

by prince toward County loi

time in which to hire consultants
who would conduct a survey and
study race relations. The county's

population is about half Negro

and half white.
Monday's ruling does not affect

the scheduled integration of

schools in three other Virginia

localities -Arlington County, CLar
lottesville and Norfolk. However

Virginia's new segregatipn laws

would close any schools that start

mixed classes.
Still another Virginia city, New

port News, is under desegregation

orders but a new legal move there
has delayed integration beyond

the start of this term.

Healy Retires
From Official Staff
Of Chase Bank

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Low 74 3
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Low 63 89
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RAIN (inches) .50 3.80
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The
Judge's Bench

BALBOA TIDES
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 6
High Low
7:53 a.m. 1:47 a.m.
S:10 p.m. 2:17 p.m.

Margaret Marie McClelland, A.
merican, was fined $10 by Judge
John E Deming at Balboa Ma.
gistrates Court today for unsafely
hacking her automobile on Juiy
29.
U.S. Navy man Charles Thom Thomas
as Thomas Gibson. 19, was also fined $10
for slopping his automobile in
Rarnehy Street on Monday before
it was safe to do so.

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J. Edward Healy, Jr., vice
president of the Chase Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan Bank in charge of the
branches in Panama and the
Canal Zone, has announced
that he is retiring as a mem member
ber member of the bank's official staff.
The name of J. Edward Healy,
Jr., has long been well known
throughout the Isthmus, not
only as the senior officer in
charge of the Chase Manhattan

Bank's branches in Panama,

but also as a prominent figure
in Isthmian civic and cultural
organizations. He is a past
president of the American So

ciety in Panama: he Is also

president of the Cia. Interna-

cional de Seuuros, S.A., ard a
trustee of the University of
Panama.
Healy's association with the
Chase National Bank began in
1P24 wh?n the American For Foreign
eign Foreign Barking Corp, became part
of Chase. He was appointed a
manage: by Chase in 1929, as assistant
sistant assistant cashier and manager in
1931, second vice president and
manager in 1942, and vice pres president
ident president in 1944. He continued as
officer in charge of the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian branches following the
Chase-Manhattan merger in
1955.
Under his direction the bank
underwent, marked growth ex ex-Lending
Lending ex-Lending its activities into the
interior of the republic, in par particular
ticular particular in the laovince of Chi Chi-rinui,
rinui, Chi-rinui, where the bank lent as assistance
sistance assistance in vivmoting te. live

stork and aerirultural activities

jf the province.
Healy was Lorn 'n Eahinore,
Md., and was educated in vari various
ous various Euro'.reen school:; before

enrolling at Villiams College
where, a tn'rber of I'm Bets
Kappa, lie n coved a bachelor
of arts degree in 1918.
Healy is married to Berta
Quelquejeu, a member of one
of Panama's oldest and most
prominent families. The Healys

'have two children, a son, Ro-

oerto, and a daughter, Maria
Ter vsa, the present Mrs. Rober Roberto
to Roberto Aleman of Panama.
He and Mrs Healy returned
to Panama dining the past
week after vacationing in Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. They will continue to
make their home In Panama.
Marines Quit
Guarding Water
Supply In Cuba

Funeral Services
For Jorgenson Set
For Thursday Morn
Funeral services for Jesse J.
Jorgensen, former Canal employe
who died in Gorgas Hospital yes yesterday
terday yesterday wiH be held Thursday
morning at 10 o'clock in the Scot Scottish
tish Scottish Rite Temple in Balboa.
The Masonic services will be
conducted by the members of the
Darien Lodge, AF and AM. Reli Religious
gious Religious services will be conducted
by the Rev. Oscar Olsen, of the
Balboa Union Church. Interment
will follow at the Corozal Cemete Cemetery.
ry. Cemetery. Members of the family have re requested
quested requested that no flowers be sent
and that those who wish may con contribute
tribute contribute to the Cancer Fund.
A long time resident of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, Mr. Jorsensen was born
in Houston, Texas, ad was em employed
ployed employed by the canal organization
from 1922 until his retirement in
1945.
Surviving him ar hit wife,
Mrs. Elizabeth Jorgensen, an em employe
ploye employe of the Electrical Division; a
son Kenneth Jorgensen, an em employe
ploye employe of the Meteorological and
Hydrographic Branch; a daughter
Mrs. Shirley Majie, of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, Fla.; and hig mother Mrs.
Evangeline Jorgensen, of Panama.

2 Gavilan Area
Burglars Draw
Gamboa Sentences

Canal Zone housewife Nina
Robinson who was sleeping on
her Gavilan area veranda one
moonlit night suddenly awoke
to see the dark figure of a
man in the shadows beside her.
She thought it was her hus husband
band husband but considered it rather
strange that he should be car carrying
rying carrying the radio around with
him in the small hours of the
morning.
She called out. The man was
a burglar, and he fled.
The story was told at the
U.S. District Court at Ancon
today when the burglar, Linden
Nathaniel Smith, 25, who de described
scribed described himself as a tap dancer,
was sentenced by Judge Guthie
F. Crowe to serve three years
in the penitentiary with hard
labor.
Smith was sentenced to a
further year of hard labor for
returning to the Canal Zone
after deportation. He pleaded
guilty to both charges.
His accomplice on the night

of the burglary, Louis Arm Armstrong
strong Armstrong Ward, also pleaded guil guilty
ty guilty to first degree burglary and
was sentenced to a three year
term of hard labor In the pen.
District Attorney Rowland K.
Hazard said Ward had acLed as
lookout while Smith went into
the house, No. 1526 A in the
Gavilan area.
He said articles stolen includ included
ed included a radio, a phonograph and
personal papers. Some of the
property had been recovered
but the loss was estimated to
have been $110.
Both men had police records

for theft and other offenses lnl

the Canal Zone and in Panama
City.

Lebanese
Threatens

BEIRUT, Aug. 5
troops are withdrawn

Premier Mad At US Trouble-

Resignation Unless GIs Get

(UPI) Lebanese prime minister Sami Es-solh has threatened to resign unless American
immediately, informed sources said today. i

on page 6
shooter,

Out Fast

Solh made his evacuation demand at yesterday's ca binet session, the sources said, without discussing hit
decision with President Camille Chamoun.

" source close to the prime minister said the move was primarily a

K".vnai umsttusmcTion wixn contacis u. o. state Department trouble-shooter Robert D.
leaders, and was not a genuine threat.

maneuver designed to reveal his deep

Murphy had with rebel

The source said Solh has felt that he as legitimate head of the Lebanese government had been by-passed bv
ihy to deal behind his back with rebel leaders.

Murphy

Solh fears the results of Mur Murphy's
phy's Murphy's talks with the rebels will be
the installation of an opposition
prime minister and Solh's depar departure
ture departure from office in disgrace for
having supported the Chamoun
government, the source added.
At th cabintt session, Solh
said tht Americans wert no long
r netded in Lebanon because
tho election of Gen. Faud Che Che-hab
hab Che-hab as president was a great
stop toward tho solution of tho
crisis, tho source said.
Chamoun was said to be thun thunderstruck
derstruck thunderstruck by Solh's decision but
persuaded him from presenting it
formally to the cabinet for a vote.
The cabinet adjourned after an
argument over who had the legal
right to ask the Americans to
withdraw, the prime minister or
the president. The source said Solh
apparently had no intention of
pressing the evacuation pomt
further.
Meanwhile, two more United
States ships with a thousand men
and more than 200 vehicles arriv arrived
ed arrived here, bringing the total Ameri American
can American strength in the Lebanon to 14, 14,-300.
300. 14,-300. An Army spokesman said the
troops, which included hospital,
ordnance, signal and graves re registration
gistration registration units were the last in
the scheduled movement. But, he
added, some small units might fol
low.
He said all the units were from
Germany and sailed from Bre Bre-merhaven.
merhaven. Bre-merhaven. The spokesman also said an of

ficial investigation into the fatal

shooting last week of Sgt. James
R. Nettles of Clustee, Florida

determined that the "shots were

fired by a party of parties un

known."

An embassy spokesman refused

to comment on the speech last

night by Chehab in which he said
the removal of American forces
was in the "forefront" of his po policy
licy policy when he assumes the presi presidency.
dency. presidency. The spokesman repeated that
the Americans would go when in invited
vited invited to do so by the legal govern government.
ment. government. He pointed out that Chehab
was not scheduled to assume of office
fice office until Sept. 23.

West Anxiously Awaits Khrushchev's Summit Answer

LONDON, Aug. 5 (UPI) West Western
ern Western diplomats awaited anxiously
today for Soviet Premier Nikita
Khrushchev's Summit answer.
There was some belief that his de delay
lay delay in answering may indicate a
shift of Kremlin policy.
Information reaching here from
Moscow suggested that Khrushchev

may be taking his time to ponder ence.

the differing Anglo-American and
French Summit proposals.
President Eisenhower and Brit British
ish British Prime Minister Harold Mac Mac-millan
millan Mac-millan have proposed a meeting
Aug. 12 within the Security Coun Council
cil Council of the United Nations.
French Premier Charles de
Gaulle wants a completely inde

pendent Big Five Geneva confer-

Khrushchev's delay in replying
puzzled diplomats. In the past, So Soviet
viet Soviet answers have come back with within
in within 24 or 48 hours.
They have contained reminders
of the "urgency" of a meeting to
solve the Middle East situation.
The Soviet press has devoted meet
of its space to pressing for an im immediate
mediate immediate conference.

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Israel Denies Red
Protest Caused
Refusal Of Airlift

WASHINGTON, Aug. 5 (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The Israeli government denied to today
day today reports that a stiff Soviet note
forced it to withdraw permission
for a U.S. British airlift across Is Israel
rael Israel to Jordan.
The denial was issued though
the embassy here. A spokesman
acknowledged that the Russians
had protested but said this was
not the reason permission was
withdrawn He said no reply had
been sent to Moscow.
Reports from Jordan had slid
U. S. and British authorities there
believed Israel acted on the bas's
of the Soviet protest.

CUT COFFEE PRICE
NEW YORK (UPI)-Grand Un Union
ion Union Co. announced it is reducing
the retail prices of its four brands

of private label coffees by two
ocents a pound effective vesterdav

at its food markets in the New
York New Jersey metropolitan
area.

Teen Club Burglar
Gets Two Years
At Hard Labor

Juan De Dios Martinez, 26. was
sentenced to a total of two years
at hard labor in the Gamboa Pen Penitentiary
itentiary Penitentiary today by Judge Guthrie
F. Crowe in the U.S. District
Court at Ancon.

WASHINGTON ( UPI) The Na
vy said today that 45 Marines
who had been guarding the watei
supply for the Guantanamo Bay
Naval Base in Cuba have re
turned lo their normal duties
The Leatiiernecks were with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn Friday night when the Cu Cuban
ban Cuban government agreed to take

steps to assure the safety of the

water supply.
A detachment of approximalely District Attorney Rowland K.
1!I0 Marines is maintained a: the: Hazard sid Martinez had been
naval bse. Their normal duties discovered sitting on the fioor of
include Inspection and patrol. I the club. The cash register had
State Department officials said been tampered with and th hasp
Cuban troops resumed their guard1 on the door had been wrenched
duties at 11 a.m. yesterday. off.

He received 18 months for first
degree burglary by entering the
Balboa Teen Club, and six months
for returning to the Canl Zone
after deportation.

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