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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1958
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Six Killed, 19 Missing, 25 In Hospital
Crewmen Spill Into Fiery Sea
As Tankers Collide In Fog
NEWPORT R. I., Aug. 7 (UPI) Two tankers, one loadd with a million gal gallons
lons gallons of gasoline, collided in dense fog and burst into flames off Ft. Adams today,
spilling crewmen into a fiery sea.
Of the 50 men aboard the two ships, six were known killed. Nineteen others
were listed as missing and 25 were hospitalized, several in critical condition.
The larger of the ships, the 10,000- ton Culfoil out of Philadelphia, still was
burning out of control two and a half hou rs after colliding with the coastal tanker
Graham in a half-mile wide channel at th e entrance to Narragansett Bay.
The flaming 501-foot Culfoil went aground not far from the wreckage cf the
Norwegian tanker Belleville which ran aground last September during President
Eisenhower's vacation here.
The Graham went aground at the so uthern tip of Rose Island.
Preliminary reports indicated
both ships exploded on contact,
the Coast Guard said at Boston.
A spokesman said neither ship
had time to put lifeboats in the
Louis A. Gomez
Named To Replace
J. Edward Healy, Jr.
LOUIS A. GOMEZ
Louis A. Gomez has been ap appointed
pointed appointed vice president of the Chase
Manhattan Bank in charge of the
bank's branches in Panama and
the Canal: Zone, it was anuounceu
Hie vauoii i
vesterday in New York by George
Gomez succeeds J. Edward Ilea-1
ly, Jr. who made known his re.
tir'ement earlier this week.
Born in Trinidad, British West
Indies, Gomez was educated
there at St. Mary's College and
before joining Chase in 1925 was
associated with Barclay's Bank in
the West Indies, West Africa and
Gomez has been assigned con.
tinously to the bank's branches on
the Isthmus of Panama lor over
30 years. He was appointed an as as-ilstant
ilstant as-ilstant manager in 1930, advanced
to manager in 1943 and as-fistani
cashier in 1945, and has been an
assistant vice president since 1916.
He is a past president of the
American Society of the Republic
Married in 1929 to the iormer
Ruth Darling, he resides wi'h his
wife at (Las Cumbres.
They have a daughter Cora Ann.
living in Germany with nar luis
band Lieutenant Joseph Yorp of
the Engineers Corps U. S. Army
and a son Robin, at present at
gchool in the United Stales.
Tourists To US
iwnsr.nw (UPI) The first
group of private Soviet tourists to
visit the United States will leave
for New York by the end of Au.
cust, New York travel executive
Gabriel Reiner sard Today.
Reiner, president of the Cosmo
Travel Bureau, said the tourists
were being drawn from the upper
strata of Russia's new society
artists, engineers, writers and oth others
ers others who could afford an expensive
trip. More tourists will ioUow in
September, he taid.
About 3.000 Amercani have vis.
ited the Soviet Union his year
and more are on their way.
Most Of the American tourist,
interviewed by United Press In International
ternational International said they found Rus.
slans surprisingly warm and cor cordial
dial cordial and not hostile toward them.
Backs Minimum Wage
Engineer Melvin J. Wroten, s s-board
board s-board the fuilv'loaded Graham,
said: "It was like a stick of dy dynamite.
namite. dynamite. It was awful and it was
beautiful and, oh my God, I 'iv
ed thrcVh it."
Wroten was the last to liav
the Graham with ( apt, Karl An Anderson
derson Anderson of Chester, Pa.
He said the fire flashed along
the port side of the ship, then
gasoline-fed flames licked to the
starboard side where the Ten
were attempting to launch a life lifeboat.
boat. lifeboat. "We all ran forward," he said,
"and dove into the water. By the
time the lifeboat hit, it was all a a-flane.
flane. a-flane. BUt most of them e were
Cairn and all but one boyJ wiire
Hfejackets. I got to him a few min
utes after we were in the water.
"Fire was everywhere. I didn't
even see the other shin."
The smoking hulk of the Gulf Gulf-oil
oil Gulf-oil sloshed on to the beach off
Fort Adams. Fireboats snugged
around, pouring water on the
stricken tanker The Graham al
so burned fiercely.
At Boston Coast Guard ares
headquarters, Capt Rudolph
Ridgely of Melrose, Mass., satf if
the Gulfoil was empty "it will
Kobbe Bible School
Two Week Session
Opens Next Monday
Fort Kobbe's Daily
Bible School will beg
a,it ii with "Thp Bib e. Our he
ritage" as this year's theme Ses Sessions
sions Sessions will be held from 9 to 11
a.m., Monday through Friday for
a two-week period.
Classes are to be conducted for
age groups from kindergarten
through junior high. No registra registration
tion registration iees will be charged.
Those who plan to attend are
asked to register at the Chapel
Annex, Building 707, Fort Kobbe
this Friday, between 9 a.m. and
s n m 4nvnnp who ran not sicn
up at that time is asked to m-tity
thp rhanlain's Officp. Fort Kobbe
2107,. before the opening session
Transportation has been arrang arranged
ed arranged for Bible School students. Bus Bus-w
w Bus-w will follow the usual Sunday
School routes to pick up the chil children
dren children and return them to iheir
homes at the close of each day's
A special worship service to
whirh narrnts and friends aiv in-
vifpH will hp held at 7 D.m. Fn-
fiav evening, Aug. 22, to climax the
Deoartment superintendents are
kindergarten, Mrs. Thomas M
Cosper; primary, Mrs. wauer m.
Saski; junior, Mrs. William D.
Froeschner; lunior hign, Lnapiton
1st. Lt. William D. Froeschner;
and nursery, Mrs. James A. Sa Sa-nial.
nial. Sa-nial. Private Denies
Pushina 2 Koreans
From Moving Train
SEOUL, Korea (UPI) Pfc.
Carney E. Simpson, 18 o' Clarks Clarks-dale,
dale, Clarks-dale, Miss., pie aded innocent
yesterday to charges of asault and
manslaughter. He told a U.S.
Army court martial he did not
push two Korean soldiers from a
speeding train, as charged.
One of the hitch.hiking Republic
of Korea soldiers died and the
other was hospitalized with seri serious
ous serious injuries. Simpson, who was
riding the train as an MP, faced
a maximum sentence of eight
years in prison, a dishonorable
discharge and forfeiture of all pay
and allowances if convicted,
He said an empty ship was
much more dangerous than one
with full holds.
The Navy said some of the cri critically
tically critically injured might be trtsen to
the Brighton marine hospital at
Boston by helicopter.
Scene of the crash today was
about 70 miles from the spot
south of Nantucket Island where
the liners Andrea Doria and
Stockholm collided in July 1954,
sending the Doria to the bottom
with a loss of more than SO lives.
The rescue of about 2000 passengers-front
the stricken vessels
was called the greatest sea rescue
in history. .4..
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MEDICAL DIRECTOR Dr.
Lawrence M. Drennan. former as
sistant superintendent of Gorgas
Hospital, has been appointed as
meaicai airecior or me unuea
Fruit Co. hospitals in Central and
South America. Born in Ancon,
Drepnan was graduated from
Georgetown University in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C., in 1934. Since then
he has seen service both on the
Canal Zone, in Puerto Armuelles,
Almirante, and in the United
East German Police
Capture Man Trying
To Gain Asylum
BERLIN, Aug. 7 (UPI) Several
hundred East German police to today
day today surrounded a tiny American
sector enclave in the Soviet Zone
to a capture a man attempting to
Hee to West Berlin.
The Communists, aided by po police
lice police dogs, captured the fugitive af after
ter after an all-night search in the ham
let of Steinstuecken.
West Berlin pplice headquarters
said 800 Communist police, some
of them armed with machine pis pistols,
tols, pistols, surrounded the area.
Th hamlft nf 183 nennlp is narl
of the American sector of Berlin
but it lies 800 yards beyond the
West Berlin border in the Soviet
Zone of Germany.
Steinstutcken residents told West
Berlin police the fugitive wsi cap captured
tured captured at 9 a.m. following a search
that began shortly after midnight.
Communist police told Stem
ctimrlrpn residents the fusitive was
wanted because1 he killed two peo
ple in an auiomoDiie acciaenu
However, some eyewitnesses told
West Berlin pplice the fugitive was
a people's police officer in civilian
I'luilioc whn hari deserted and was
attempting to reach West Berlin
to gain political asylum.
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BRITAIN'S PRINCE CHARLES, the new Prince of Wales, is
shown walking to church in Newbury with eight-year-old Mary
Beck, daughter of the headmaster of Cheam School. After
the service, Charles was met by his sister, Princess Anne, who
then went home with him to Buckingham Palace.
Ike Wants Lid On Wages,
Prices To Curb Inflation
Tdant TiTSpnTinwpr wrnpd lalmr
and management to clamp a lid
on wages and prices because "one
day the American consumer is
going to rebel" against spiraling
The Presided told his news
conference labor must refrain
from "pushing wages each year
above those rates that imply or
show the increases in productiv.
Management, he said, must
make its profits of such a scale
that where they can still continue
to invest money they are not rob.
bing the public."
1 If inflation goes unchecked,
Eisenhower said, "one day the
American consumer is going to
rebel, he is going to rebel in a
big way, and there will be real
trouble, and we will get some something
thing something that we don't want."
He said the government's anti anti-inilation
inilation anti-inilation role was to keep govern government
ment government spending at a minimum.
In that connection, Eisenhower
suid "I do not for a moment be.
lieve that we are going to have
constantly increasing deficits. I
believe the prospects are for this
one which goodness knows, horri horrible
ble horrible as it is, must be the highest
one, and we must go down from
The President referred to admi administration
nistration administration predictions that the fe fe-dral
dral fe-dral deficit would reach a' peace peacetime
time peacetime high of 12 million dollars dur during
ing during (he current fiscal year.
Shortly after the President
spoke, the House approved his
request to raise the nation debt
limot to 288 billion dollars.
Eisenhower said a clampdown
bv labor and management
IV In UUi dllU NifliiiiRi mi in wn
wages and profits was necessary
"if we are eoine to remain a
country without artificial control"
or the economy.
He said labor, especislly, sh6uld
be concerned about checking in inflation.
flation. inflation. "It is easv to suppose that be
cause a man is getting increased
waops that he. throueh his collec
tive bargaining process, is stay
ing ahead of tne process or me
progress of inflation," he said.
But, the rresiaent saia contin
uing inflation would be ret'ereo
in the decreased value of pension
MANAGUA, Nicaragua (UPI)
A gang armed with clubs stormed
into the Mundial Broadcasting
Station Tuesday nigh I, injured its
owner Manuel Arana and an.
nouncer Julio Sandoval and cut
off the program being broadcast.
The program, which had just
gone on the air, involved a num number
ber number of mothers and wives who
were to have pleaded with the
government to release from pris prison
on prison a group of army men allegedly
involved in an abortive revolt last
When police arrived on the
scene, the assailants had fled.
htattftfer-kers received offer thev
, Jt the same time, Eisenhower
declined to give all-out support to
Denaie.approvea Din to curb la.
bor racketeering which is stalled
in the House Labor Committee.
He aid the bill did not contain
alljte wanted but that he would
sigik it "if it is still progress to.
wajd the goals we have set."
Bfegarding legislation in geflera geflera-al,
al, geflera-al, .'the President said he thought
thej1 Democratic controlled Con Congress
gress Congress had set "A pretty good
record of accomplishment."
But he added that "I am not yet
satisfied and they are not through
Most o' the president's news
conference, his first since July 2.
was taken up with discussion of
the Middle East and Soviel Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev's re
jection of a summit meeting.
Due In Cristobal
The' Royal Navy cruiser New
castle, flagship of the British F;ir
Eastern Fleet, is due to transit
the Canal northbound toihorrnw.
It will probably dock at Cristoba.
for the night. The 9100-ton New Newcastle,
castle, Newcastle, with a complement 833
officers and men, is en route from
her base at Hong Kong to Brit Britain.
ain. Britain. Her last port of call was San
francisco. She is commanded bv
Cant. A H G. (ordnn Lpiinnv
! l'l ilicli imhnfrlir in Poitemi
i i tno a m ua .l.iaviwi i aiiania
j Sir Ian Henderson, is to make the
Canal transit aboard her to-
END OF SECRET MEETING The world's two 'two top Com Communist
munist Communist leaders, Russia's Nikita Khrushchev ( right i and Red
China's Mao Tse-tung shake hands at the end of a secret
four-day "Red Summit" meeting in Pelplng.
PRESIDENT Ernesto de la
Guardia's knowledge of English
apparently crept inio the speding
nf a umrd in his recent letter to
President Eisenhower on the Sin Single
gle Single Wage Bill much to the cha
grin oi at last one purisi.
La Hora's columnist Nacho
varies niiinis oiu today thai the
release containing the text Pres
ident de la Guardia s letter UL,ea
the Spanish word "apprehension
in the same manner mai appie appie-hension"
hension" appie-hension" is used in English. Val Val-des
des Val-des quoted the dictionary to indi indicate
cate indicate that the word should have
been spelled "aprension" because
the other spelling means the aei
of grasping or arresting an indi
The President's letter had used;
the phrase to indicate the a. r.re r.re-hension
hension r.re-hension with which his govern
ment views reports as to how the
Single Wage Bill would be applied
on the Canal Zone.
Opposition Liberal Party A A-semblymin
semblymin A-semblymin Harmodio Aroseme Aroseme-na
na Aroseme-na yesterday voiced opposition
to any new loans being negotiat negotiated
ed negotiated by the government. He said
such loans would seriously nf nf-feci
feci nf-feci the Mure of coming genei genei-ations.
ations. genei-ations. This was taken to mean that
the Liberals in the National As
sembly will not vote for an n, n,-000,000
000,000 n,-000,000 loan proposed by the ?ov-
erotyent,to wavt.me counuy r
1rtT-''T'ir- 11 T MjaflaMiaMsMW 'i TOr .
Five contracts have been- tenta tentatively
tively tentatively awarded to local firms lor
the construction of 80 new Pana Panama
ma Panama classrooms' for a total of 4U
Three contracts went to Cons"
truc'ora Interprovincial, S. A.,
for the construction of schools af
Chilibre, Parque Lefevre nd
Betania. Two others went to Cor
poracion de I n - r
schoolhouses at Juan Dial and
on Mariano Arosemena Steel.
Rids for the construction ot one
more school at VillaWbos will he
opened on Auf. 19 and for anf;th
er school in Panama City on Sept.
Members of the Panama St i
dents Federation (FEP) paraded
down Central Avenue yesten;ny
collecting funds to put up ihe
S3000 bail lor Nicolas D'A1' i., a
student -vho was found to be car carrying,
rying, carrying, several weapons in automo automobile
bile automobile when arrested by the police
for speeding two weeks ago.
The drive yielded only $200.75.
BUILD HIGHEST DAM
TAIPEI, Formosa (DPI) -Nationalist
China has started con
struction of the Far East's high
est dam at Shihman in northern
Formosa after two years of pre.
paratory work. The 410.foot arch
dam. scheduled for completion in
1961, is designed to boost For
mosa's power output and to in increase
crease increase rice production by better
irrigation and flood control.
RP Pay Rates Low,
Sees Law As Cure
Any proposal for a minimum wage scale in the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama will have the blessing of the Panama
Chamber of Commerce, a spokesman for the organiza organization
tion organization declared today.
Federico Humber, actinq-president of the oraaniza-
tion of businessmen and industrialists during the absence
of the president Gustavo Trius, admitted that salaries in
Panama arc low, and said the only way to make them
higher is by means of a bill through the National Assem Assembly.
bly. Assembly. Humber gave his endorsement of higher Panama
wages in commeriting on yesterday's report that Canal
Zone local-rate unions plans to seek enactment in Pan Panama
ama Panama of a minimum wage plan similar to the system adopt
ed oy ruerro Kico.
A spokesman for Local
the union's proposal would
me Digger rne nrm, rne nigner me wage rate.
Humber's endorsement was
backed up by Pablo Abad, execu executive
tive executive secretary of the Chamber of
ed on sever tl ofciesslons flat" it
favors higher wages for Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian workers.
The two business executives ex explained
plained explained that at the beginning of
his term of office in 1956, Presi
dent Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.
had written to the Chaanber of
Commerce requesting that it use
its good offices to aid in having
local businesses pay higher sala salaries.
ries. salaries. After discussing the President's
proposal with its members and
making a study of present wage
rates in Panama, the Chamber
of Commerce suggested that the
government take the initiative
CROSBY, Minn., Aug. 7 (UPI)
A gigantic plastic balloon con containing
taining containing a monkey, frogs and gold goldfish
fish goldfish as passengers collapsed to today
day today at 60,000 feet about one hour
after it started a 25-mile trip to
Air force spokesmen said it was
the largest plastic balloon ever
A Winzen Research Laboratories
official hprp said it was nnl known
what caused the failure. He did:h"e today, undeterred by foes of
not know whether the monkev 0r i hunting who tried to confuse the
other contents of the balloon stir- scent with chemicals said to iu iu-vived.
vived. iu-vived. elude sex hormones.
A similar launching attempt on The Devon and Somerset Stag Stag-July
July Stag-July 30 failed when the b: Moon 1 hounds Pack, all females today to
of about the same size was des "avoid confusion," lined out for
troved by sharp air current? at
The balloon soared
from an open-pit mine
at 6 a.m. The Air Force lost con contact
tact contact with it at 7 a.m.
2 Meetings Called
For Local 900
Local 900, AFSCME. AFL-CIO,
today announced that two meetings
will be held tomorrow night at
7:30 p.m. in Paraiso and in Gam
The Paraiso meeting will be
held at the Service Center. Final
plants will be made for a special
meeting on Aug. 22 to "xplain
the general policy on Civil Service
A member of the Panama Ca Canal's
nal's Canal's personnel bureau will parli
cipate in the Aug. 22 mee'ng and
will answer questions which may
be asked by those workers attend,
ing the meeting.
Harold W. Williams, legislative
representative, will cover the
meeting t the Santa Cruz Ser.
vie Center. Williams wiil talk
about retirement and the single
Other meeting are being pl.inned
for Gamboa, and the Atlantic and
Pacific areas, where an
of the Panama Canal will
on hand to explain the retirement
907, GCEOC. CIO-AFL. said"
be based on the principle of
by presenting a minimum wags
bill to tha National Assembly,
Humber end Ab.d t.iri
Tney revealed tfcat the Chaiirber
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wage laws of both Costa Rica tot)
Puerto Rico and will give its full
support to similar legislation for
Local 907 proposal contemplates
a "staggered" wage plan, wl.ere wl.ere-by
by wl.ere-by minimum salaries would be set
according to the capital and vo
lume ot business of each enter
A union spokesman argued
that "if the capital of a com'
pany in Panama warrants it,
we do not see why wages should
not be as high as Stateside le levels."
vels." levels." He added lhat "maybe in the
future, this will have some bear bearing
ing bearing on the Single Wage Bill but
we do not envisage any imme immediate
diate immediate effect."
The possibility was advanced,
however, that if a staggered mi minimum
nimum minimum wage scale is adopU.u for
Panama it will force Canal Zona
locality rates higher.
Sex Hormones Don't
Off Trail Of Stag
EXFORD, England (UPI)
High. society huntsmen chased the
royal stag through the woods near
wooded hills through fields
i the League against Cruel Srlorts
had sprayed with chemicals. The
dos didn't miss a stride.
Thp league had hoped that the
founds, confused by the sexy
chemical aroma, would spend the
day running around in circles.
Lt. Col. Michael Murohy, the
master of the hunt, chuckled over
the failure of the league's efforts.
"The hounds just licked the
road all the way." he said. "They
loved the stuff. I'm not a bit wor.
"The chemical didn't make a
bil of difference ... not a bitch
missing . we're off to have a
great day's sports."
Ernest Hemmingway, the 58 58-year.
year. 58-year. old nudisl camp owner who
heads the league, had predicted
that the hunters would be unable
overcome the pungent aroma
of the league's "secret chemical,
"We'll have the hounds running
around in circles, and this is only
I he beginning," Hemmingway
5 Days, $650,000
More than half the Fuerza y
Lux's $1,200,000 offer of debenture
bonds and common stock iv resid
ents of Panama was taken up in
five days the after was
company- spokesman an.
From Aug. 1, when the offef
opened, through Aug. 5 sales U
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GOOD BYE, CLUB PLANS
Vara glad to see the authorities have finally decided to do some some-,.
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how the club plan worKs: a man ui u "V iu
nWjjece of furniture or some electrical PPnV
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cmSc'e to stop making weeklv payments if the number chosen by j some seemingly little older than
v.ii in the i.nttrv. thev decide to enroll in one of the "Clubs. IHuck Finn or Tom Sawyer are
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By VICTOR RIISIL
Germany: Not too far trom
here our armored troops maneu maneuver
ver maneuver within easy sight of the Com.
munist border. Our men are be being
ing being tougnened so seriously in com combat
bat combat practice that they don't get
back to their barracks or their
families literally half the time
of their stay.
It would be real nice if the
young soldiers and their 21 to 24-year-old
second lieutenants could
sit in this university town, sing singing
ing singing songs while waving their beer
steins. It would be pleasant, if,
from somewhere, student princes
would appear and the only sword
rattling would be the sound of ro romantic
mantic romantic duelists. But as 1 write
this in the very same room which
Mark Twain once used the re.
port must be that as many as
possible of our young soldiers
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JXefhing like $120 with payments of $2 weekly for 60 weeks Unless
One is extremely lucky, the number chosen never comes out in the
ir,t nrize of the Lottery during those 60 weeks,
f But here i" the bad part, if things go bad in the home of the
Club member and he fails to make his weekly Payments for a speci specified
fied specified number of weeks, the owner of the establishment gets out a
Court order ana repossesses the piece of furniture, without taking
Into account the money that had been paid on the item up to the time
the Club member fell into arrears.
The same situation holds true also with regard to items such as
refrigerators and automobiles bought on ered.t. Non-Pavmeat of
& over two or three months leads to repossession of the items
and the monev the alreadv paid is lost as far as the customer is con concern
cern concern even though the refrigerator or automobile .. repainted and
put up for sale again at practically the same price origina v asked
Now it seems that something is going to be done about it. At
1m st' that's the talk 1 have s-pip in some of the Spanish papers.
Let's hope they don't take too long
HOW TO HIT THE LOTTERY
Our lines are thin. But they'd
ba wispish if our fighting man
ware not backed up by an "sr.
my" of loyal French, German
and Italian civilian workers
who operate everything from a a-lactronic
lactronic a-lactronic brains to garbage col.
laction trucks for us. Thca
ara 140,000 such "foreign" na nationals
tionals nationals working for us. Give
thanks ta thasa civilians.
If they did not work for us,
keeping our complex electronic
communications and supply lines
open, we would have to cut into
the troops readying for combat
and draft more boys from home
at the same time. And even then
we couldn't keep our intricate in.
stallations rolling smoothly for a
They work for us despite the
noise thai comes from the Com-!
munisttroubled air across the!
nearby borders. When 1 talked!
with four-star General Henry 1.1
control of other
! Sne wag getting a sun tan on the Beach,
She looked like a baked potato.
She may not have been a peach,
But she sure was a hot tomato.
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"It's Your Turn to Carry It"
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER
spoke of the civilian forces as his
I learned what he meant,
what these French, German
Italian workers mean lo
pure tree air you breathe OackCanal and Middle Eas. Will in-
trying to home, when Walter Jacobson, i sist, that the Republic of Panama
take it over, as Egypt did Suez,
THE EAST RIVER BOONDOG.
GLE: Maybe Kruschie doesn't
warn to come to New York after
all because he's afraid his gal
friend (one of his secretaries)
will leave him tor George DeWitt.
. .Washington's biggest tear a a-ooul
ooul a-ooul a summit conierence is that
the Russkys are going to tie up
the Panama Canal wih the Suez
me over lo the
Mannheim Ordnance Depot.
This is the logistic support u.
nit for the combat troops which
flew into the Near East. This is
the most advanced meanine un
can open up again with the fire power that front permanent baseo f our Near
av ujitiaviuuo, uuiuni i, y i i
Col. John Blackwell We walked
or else internationalization of both,
with Russian observers down at
round and readying the Miami
Beach Ca e de Paris for a Christ,
mas Eve pening. uhat's the
happiest news of the year.). ...
Comic Henny Youngman turns j ling job
warmer for Bob Crosby tomorrow.
(Anything lor a laugh.). . .Hoi.
lywood bookies laying two-to-one
that Liz Taylor gets an Oscar lor
"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" and ten.
to-one that she'll be nominated.
atiA. thA ni..A u i ... i, ; .u i: ..
we jjiug iit-ie, jauin wong mciieweu ana arove away
uacA into me siaee loach Inn! caD. How nrw n
Mortimer) Though Henry Stein,
narut, oi arcnitecis bteiuhardt and
Thompson, could get the five mil million
lion million Duck U. S. Capitol remodel-
he's meeting with Ike
next week to protest against it.
Says it will ruin the historic lines,
and lurthermore the taxpayers
could better use the money. .
Cary Grant forgot his new car
and enauf eur outside Le Chateau
WASHINGTON President Ei
senhower was not the only one
whose advisers had misgivings a
bout a. Summit conference.
Reports from Moscow trom u-
sually reliable diplomatic souices
state that Premier Khrushchev ai-j
so bad some disagreement inside!
the central committee of the!
Some of Khrushchev's critics ad advised
vised advised that he not go to New York
but insist on having. the Summit
talks in Geneva.
Tile cocky Communist shouted
this down, however, and accepted
the idea of going to New York,
first because he has always han hankered
kered hankered to visit the USA, second
because he believes a trip to the
United Nations Will solidify his
position at home.
He still has opposition from
those who disagree with his farm
and industrial policies, to say no nothing
thing nothing of the long list he has ous ousted
ted ousted from office.
The Kremlin debate was report report-sed
sed report-sed to have occurred before :iawn
on Wednesday, immediately after
Eisenhowei sent his message ex
pressing a reluctant willingness to
attend a summit meeting at the
wiui ner unusual act entiled-' "It's get').- .Mack (.Cuttysark) New
irue, etc. . .Big Payoffs Bob man retired as dean of the Bway
1 aige swears he overheard this: playboys, and announces the birth
I ao you re going to a psychia-! 01 Joseph Judd Newman. (Been
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What in difficult about This? r"" l" jour ueuj .ur a year,).
(Even a child can do it:: Is this
new, 1 mean Eva Gabor and Ben
Gazzara? Were at Perona's with
the supply operation. From these
rooms fly the parts which keep
lfjfcewarm, because you have not moved overboard to risK your necK. our cumoai iroops rotting in jeeps,
ill not he lnsine enough to feel in the tanks, and other war eauiment.
inro mis room can hurtle auo
into the electronic nerve center of i Magda and her husband. But no
Zsa Zsa. she s been oarred trom
EI Morocco for a dozen years.
Not even John's close friend, Ru Ru-birosa,
birosa, Ru-birosa, could spring her past the
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LOS RIOS PLAYGROUND
4 Some time ago on one of the Art Linkletter stunt programs, a
ljjan proved that people will sign any sort of a petition without even
Sading it He got several hundred signatures on a petition to the
O.S. Government to give foreign aid to a nonexistent country.
K Now, I wonder how many of the people who signed the petition
jiainst the Los Rios play area realized what they were signing, and
h$w many of them were just trying to be "gild" guys" instead of
I For your information, work on the play area (which was re requested
quested requested hy the Los Rios Civic Council) has been stopped as a result
of the petition
J I honestly believe that many of the people who signed this peti petition
tion petition did not mean to deprive small children of a badly-needed play
frea. If any of the signers reading this would care to change their
lfinds, all they need to do is write a note saying "Please remove my
nlme from the petition against the Los Rios pUy area," sign their
names nd mail the note to the Public Information Officer, Panama
Cnal Company, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.
, 1 T-T T-r- I1V It ATI? C
v ii i i I'm iir,n
long complicated orders from
our fighting forces inywhera for
any number of tha 50,000 items
in tha bin warehouses acrait
tha 200-acre installation.
These orders swoop in electro,
nically and in code frqm "OSCA"
in Orleans, France.
"OSCA" is the Ordnance Supply
Control Agency into which flow
demands from "fighting" troops.
mere a frencn worker nits a
business machine button,
lectric brain retorts wich
telling the operator just what sup
plies are on hand and where they
are. Frequently the needed parts
are right here in the warehouse
bins through which I've just
thumbed. The supply clerk at
"OSCA" then gets on the "Trans "Transceiver."
ceiver." "Transceiver." A few more buttons are
pushed. A card pops out in the
Mannheim receiving room. The
card is put into a translating type
writer. It knocks out a
the silken rope. .Whats mis a.
bout the Fire Island limp wrist
set moving to snooty Easthampton
where local gendarmes are raid,
ing the beaches. Most of the
names are so-o-o big . Grief
stricken by the death of Bway's
fabulous show gal, "Lady" Mich Michael
ael Michael Neal was Edie Bruno, of
Herb Waters'- swell Harwyn band.
Mike was godmother to bis son
Timothy and close the name. .
Note to title thieves: The fast-sell-
The e- mg Avon pocketbooK novelization
head examined!". Chorine at Johnny Johnston ic
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the Tender TraD admirinf annth over on CRS.TV't "Moc.non.
. b ......... w .,i u om uri Hue
f mill mie assea : uul you
get it from a friend?". ."Well,"
snapped the other," You don't get
This Ain't Confidential: Accord-'
ing to the bio material available!
on Brando, his birthnlaee is list
ed, as Omaha. Neb., but accord-j
ing to the Music Box Theatre!
r-iaypin program .or "I Remem Remember
ber Remember Mama,' circa 1944, the note
therein says he was born in Cat.
of play, "High School Confiden Confidential,"
tial," Confidential," carries this credi line:
"The title is licensed by Lee
Mortimer and the Estate of
Jack Lait." Ed Small's upcom upcoming
ing upcoming "Hong Kong Confidential" is
similarly licensed, evidence once
and for all of the ownership of
"Confidential' when used as a
mddifier. .Jules Winarick, Jeris
prexy and son of Concord's fabu.
lous Arthur Winarick, married his
PFty;.V which: resumes next week
. i.winth annual reunion of the
22nd Bomb Group Aug. 16 at the
Carter in Cleveland. What an ex.
Ditto oh the Ditto: Best looking
filly at Monmouth race track was
post.deb Cary Latimer and her
stablemate, according to the press
agent, was Bob Evans (and how
be on both coasts at
IKE AT U.N.
The debate as to whether Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower was or was not pusher1,
into a Summit con erence by the
'British will probably continue in
definitely even among the hisco
rians. But one thing is definite.
The President is not happy a a-bout
bout a-bout the prospect of facing tho a a-droit,
droit, a-droit, tough talking, hard boiled
leader of the Communist world
in the rough-and-tumble arena of
the United Nations Security Coun Council.
cil. Council. It will be far different from
the secret talks in the pleasant
villas on the shores of Lak Ge
neva In the summer of 1955.
The press, the TV cameras
the inquisitive public, the bitter
Arab leaders, and the moraiis',
Nehru of India were eilher not
present at all or kept in the back
ground at Geneva, the covtrsa-
tions vwere not only secret but
leisurely. Russia, not the United
States, was on the defensive.
This time, Eisenhower, who is
a military man and not a public
debater, who was trained to give
orders from a military map room,
not debate world issues in the
glare of the klieg lights, will have
to stand up against a battery of
skilled debaters, orators, and A
It will be far different from his
White House press conferences,
where most of the newsmen are
friendly, where the President can.
always shut off debate or choose
to ignore a questioner.
Because of this, John Foster
Dulles, a lawyer trained in quick
repartee, Mim suggested that, after
th openiigpeech by "Eisenhow
er. he. Dulles, take over. Ike
would then sit back and let Dul
les do the wrangling.
Vice President Nixon would also
be delighted to fill in for Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and bear the brunt of the
debate. In fact, ; Nixon would
dearly love a chance to tangle
with the Communist leader. It
Huntington Hartford j woul(1 nelP llim politically.
never daunted, has plans for a
cuua, inaia. isn t that w h e r e nw stage drama as yet not se se-Mrs.
Mrs. se-Mrs. Brando (Anna Kashfi) claim- lected to star English Slar Rich Rich-ed
ed Rich-ed birth, despite the denials by 1 ard Burton, who would like to co co-her
her co-her parents?. .Did anyone noteistar Susan Strasberg, and if
this about Lena Home's show'Huntz thinks he's got troubles
stopper "Napoleon's A Pastrv." in: now, he doesn't know the mean
ing ot the word. .Talking about
co-stars, or was I, Tallu Bank Bank-head's
head's Bank-head's album of dramatic ex-
tne vacationing "Jamaica." that
he Harold Arlcn tune was sung
20 years ago at the Winter Gar Garden
den Garden in Ed wvnn's "Hoorav for
cerpts from the classics is the
What? by Dorothv St on and i top seller in the unioup new nor
Charles Collins, and it wasn't a 1 ty game record series called "Co "Co-show
show "Co-show stopper then. . .egghead j star" with Paulette Goddar's far
group of important inmates at j spicier album from "Peyton
California's San Quenin meet! Place" the runner-up. . .Lana
weekly in the prison library to, turners car ran over actor Kern
I iust loved the article that appeared In vour paper about the
Can'! Zone schools having more spare now for tuition students. Ap Apparently
parently Apparently they ran take more students, despite their constant plaints
boot no space if those students oay more.
I'm just wondering how big a drop in enrollment there will be
of tuition students this year Rates are almost doubled. Are they
actually trying to discourage people from across the border from at at-tijiding
tijiding at-tijiding Zone schools? And why?
J There ir no limit now as to how much thev will charge. The
present kindergarten rates are what most parents were paving for
their Junior College kids Surely these few tuition parents should
not have to bear the entire brunt of schoolteachers' raises Money
to, operate the Canal Zone schools comes out of appropriations, so
hi)w to do they justify the exorbitant raise in tuition?
I would like to see an announcement, after registration rolls
around, as to the number of students they now have compared to
' This move seems aimed at weeding out those Panamanians who
through the years have struggled to keep up payments so that their
ciildnn could get an American education Surely these will now
h"." to transfer their K's to Panama where rates are one fourth
Wftat they are in the Zone. And yet millions are spent by the US
abroad every year to educate foreign children in the democratic
Where Will It Fnd?
R EASE FOR TEACHERS
2 My son Is a Canal Zone schoolteacher Since I first read about
the pay increases coming up for teachers, policemen and firemen I
3s glad not only for my son, but for all the other local rate boys
o I presumed wsra to be included in this raise
To my surprise, when the smoke cleared the raises proved to
W only for US-rate teachers, policemen and firemen, whose rates of
pay are governed by those applying to equivalent workers in the Dis Distort
tort Distort of Columbia. Local-rate teachers, policemen and firemen, on the
otter hand, whose pay rates are fixed by the Canal Zone trovern.
nl set nothing.
Tn v ow of what has happened to the local rale teac hers in thia
ke, what was all the recent fuss about the equal pay bill? Was it
pposea to be a joke on us local raters? I think the union should
"picking 'former secretary, lovely Jeanne
tag." Orr, and slipped away quietly.
In these receiving rooms virtual-1 (T CnM vit0 for th wedding
ly all the workers are Germans. march on strings?)
They dispatch the picking tag to
the warehouse. There OSCA gets
what OSCA wants maybe an en engine
gine engine or maybe just a few bolts.
Then the process reverses. Ger German
man German workers here hit the push
buttons. OSCA is told that the
stuff has been double. checked to
make certain that the order has
not been duplicated or that i is
on its way via truck, barge, ship
or airplane and to where it's
At tha sams time tha alactric
brain informs OSCA that asms
supplies are running low. OSCA
with French workers at the
push buttons tails CONUS
Continental US just where In
vantorias ars low and what i
From the Heidelberg command
post, Mr. Jacobion's staff dealt
with 105,000 unionized German
workers. They range from doctors
to police guards to waiters, in ad addition
dition addition to those I've described. In
Germany alone we pay them
some $225,000,000 a year in wag.
'Hut they also help to opciate
clubs and movie houses and other
profit-making installation! which
return some $80,000,000 to ui
annually. Yet we can't pay them
too much. If we do, the British
and the French armies will pro.
test. Our allies hire German civi civilians,
lians, civilians, too. So we muit conform to
the prevailing wage. The works
Council leader at Mannheim tell
me that their minimum pay it
some 45 cents an hour and that
when we cut our budget at home,
they can be fired overnight, as
thousands of them were some
Yet they work fbr us for sweet
liberty's sake. And If that sounds
corny, just roil along the Iron Cur
lain some time and look one of its
grisly watch-towers in the eye.
It could only happen on Broad,
way (To a gal as nice as her):
No entertainer in history ever en endeared
deared endeared herself to New York au audiences
diences audiences and show people as did
Kathyryn Grayson, who completed
her run at the Latin Quarter
Wednesday night, overwhelmed
with tributes from her employers
and a plaque -from .the i.nig
room employes and the waixsrs
who loved her most of all, I mean
next to me. . Kathryn is gra gracious,
cious, gracious, charming and unassuming.
Her beauty and the magic of her
voice made this one of the most
memorable summers I remember.
I wish and I pray that some pro producer
ducer producer will keep her in New York
as the star of a Broadway music musical,
al, musical, and with her in it, it will
break all records. (P.S. Seven
airlines chipped in for a plaque
for L. Q.'s E. M. Loew, in recog.
nilion of his aid to the tourist
business, but it should have been
for hiring Kathryn)
discuss politics, foreign policies.
international crises and advanced
music and literature. . .Bill Tab.
bert's definition of a gangster's
wsis: Crookadile tears.
Even a Senator stops (But not
Tibb's dog and love
They've been dating
Bromide of a Broadway Bache.
lor: There's only one thing worse
than a "No" to your marriage
proposal. It's "Yes."
Answer to Previous Puzzle
It's how the trumpets toot: U.
nited Artists is not abandoning
the record business, as printed
by a columnist whose name 1
won't mention because I see him
everytime I shsve. It did not lose
$2,000,000 either. The losses were
purely nominal tn connection with
beginning a new endeavor and,
to prove it, US is imping he
schedule and pacting several new
big names. .Some of Ike's diz
ziar advisors are urging him to
send troops to Arkansas to pre prevent
vent prevent the swearing in of Faubus
for a third term on the grounds
hst his oath to support the Con
itution (or anyway their version
of it) will be made with reservations.
The Mortimerrler: Bway's be
loved Lou Walters is up and a-
1 A Charwoman
4 A butcher
I An actor
15 He works
II A shoe
24 Arabian gulf
10 Most recant
14 Parses aaered
35 Church fata
38 Indian weight
40 Great fright
it Chang places
54 Creak letter
11 Ha tells
how to wort
However, the President ii not
going to duck. He believes the
world would consider him a cow
ard if he sat back and let some
one else do the talking.
All this is why the State De Department
partment Department immediately gave the
cue to Dag Hammarskjold at the
10 Prayer ending 29 Chalcedony
1 i Evergreens
24 Sad cry
31 Flights of
38 Doric frieze
46 Royal Italian
50 Cooks use it
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United Nations to hold as much
of the debate as possible behind
closed doors. 1
DULLES WAS CONSISTENT
Regardless o" Jim Hagerty s Jp.
nials that tuc United States was
pushed into the Summit couter-
cute uy uie cnusn, mere was
one man in the Eisenhower on on-tourage
tourage on-tourage who was completely con consistent.
sistent. consistent. Rightly or wrongly, aohn
Foster Dulles never deviated from
his vigorous opposition againa a
Summit conference either now or
m the near future.
That's one reason Dulles was
so bitter at the British as he ilew
to London for a weekend confer conference.
ence. conference. At last Sunday's meeting in Get Gettysburg
tysburg Gettysburg when the two Dulles
brothers, Nixon, Secretary of De Defense
fense Defense McElroy, Gen. Nathan Twin Twin-ing,
ing, Twin-ing, and the President discussed
Khrushchev's proposal of a Sum Summit
mit Summit meeting, the Secretary 0f
State was adamant.
He argued that a conference
now was a device by which Rus Russia
sia Russia could get its head in the A A-rab
rab A-rab tent, nd he was in favor of
ireezing Russia out. He said ha
was convinced Russia would not
intervene militarily against Amer American
ican American and British forces, therefore
them Pposed t0 conferring with
thAtiX?? p the- other hand "Sued
tnalLtne Russians were already
in the Near East, had great in influence
fluence influence there, and negotiations
might help neutralize them.
Later, when the Secretary of
State heard that Prime Minister
Macmillan had announced his ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of Khrushchev's summit
proposal, Dulles almost hit the
State Department ceiling.
But rather than split openly
with the British at a time when
we are cooperating together in
troop operations in the NearSEast
Dulles went along.
Note In t he diplomatic corps,
the word is: "The British are now
even. They had to pull out of
Suez two years ago at the demand
of Dulles and Eisenhower. They
have now gone back into Jordan
at the request of Dulles and Ei Eisenhower.
senhower. Eisenhower. On top of this, they
have roped Eisenhow and Dulles
into a Summit conference which
Eisenhower and Dulles di
want. You can't outsmart tha
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COLOR PRESENTATION Lt. Col. Wendell P. Knowles right,
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NEW YORK (NEA) Want to
live like a king? (Or, perhaps a
queen?) It's simple. All you nave
to have is a glorious singing voice
and a working know dge of sev several
eral several operatic roles.
Rosalind Elias, who qualifies on
both counts, is the source for
this tale of one of the more lux luxurious
urious luxurious ways of making a big buck.
She's a Metropolitan Opera mez
zo-soprano, a young Masschusctts
girl with a pretty lace ana a
lovely voice. She also has a con contract
tract contract with RCA-Victor records.
And, as such, she's off to Europe
for three monms, to recora op operas
eras operas over there. There'll be one
made in Vienna it'll take a
month ahd then ditto in Rome
and then on to Salzburg for the
"They're recording more and
more operas in Europe,"- says Miss
Elias. "They generally take an
American cast, but use European
orchestras. The reason is inai
union costs are so heavy here.
"So they save money even
though they take us over, and all
our expenses are paid, Wc fly
over, live like kings. They bring
in technicians irom n-ngiana na
the result is iust as good as
though it were made here."
The recording process is slower
in Europe, which is fine with the
days off for sightseeing, shopping
and other living-llke-kinge oc occupations.
cupations. occupations. "It's better than a vacation,"
She's best known here for cre
ating a major role in Samuel Bar
ber s new opera, Vanessa.
"That s what I like to do best,
she says. "Creating roles Is excit exciting.
ing. exciting. But there's n"t much chance
in opera, so pe l aps I'll try
musical comedy and maybe even
the nonmusical stage. I've been
an observer at the Actor's Studio
this past season. I think opera
could apply Actor's Studio tech;
niques. Wouldn't it be interesting
to see Marion iirando doing an
operatic scene, making some of
these things liKe rosea seem rea
Horse Player Hoffa In Shouting Match
At Hectic Senate Racket Investigation
Bobby Van RoMnd Eli
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The ad administration's
ministration's administration's proposed new space
program and the man considered
in-line to head it came under
strong fire today from members
of the House Space Committee.
They charged that the course
planned for the new civilian agen.
cy which will handle the program
Was inadequate to put this country
ahead of Rsssia in the race to con.
Republicans as well as Demo
crats assailed the program as a
he nucleus and planning group for
While none of Dryden's critics
mentioned any specific projects
they wanted tackjelff, Rep. James
G. Fulton. (R-Pa ) said there is a
"complete difference of philosophy
Between uryden and some com committee
mittee committee members."
There was some irritation over
Dryden's response when he was
asked by the committee Friday
wneiner ne, could use more money
WHETHER OR NOT the. mass
of the public ever goes in for
stereo in a big way. there's no
doubt that the record companies
are pushing it. Most of the ma
jor companies are now out with
sample records Decca and Lon
don joined the parade this week
and there s even a 98-cent stereo
EP sampler from Seeco.
WASHINGTON. Aua. T (UPD-
Teamster President James R. Hof
fa told Senate investigators at a
hectic bearing yesterday that "for
tunate horse nee bets wers re responsible
sponsible responsible for $86,322 in extra in income
come income be received from 1948 to
He vigorously denied in a shout
ing match with members of the
Senate Rackets Committee that he
ever received any part of an al alleged
leged alleged $17,500 payoff Detroit laun
dry owners claim they gave a la labor
bor labor consultant friend of Hot fa s t
settle a labor dispute.
"I didn't get it, the dapper lit
tle union leader shouted, his voice
The committee also heard testi testimony
mony testimony that George S. Fitzgerala of
Detroit, one of Hoffa's attorneys,
and Herbert L. Grosberg, Hoffa's
accountat, borrowed $235,000
from a Teamster welfare fund t
finance a private construction
Fitzgerald and Grosberg also
represented the fund. Sen. John F,
Kennedy (D-Mass.) called the
loans highly improper.
Haled promptly before the com committee,
mittee, committee, Grosberg stoutly detended
the loans to the Marberry Con
struction CO., in which both he
and Fitzgerald were stockholders
Grosberg, who makes out liof
fa's tax returns, also said Hoffa
had no records or documents to
support his claim that his race
track luck was the source of me
$60,322. The committee said he
listed the income as returns from
gambling, "collections received"
and "miscellaneous income" over
the nine-year period.
Hoffa himself could not give the
committee details on his horse
race bets. He said "my part
ner," teamsters Vice President
Owen Bert Brennan of Flint.
Mich. kept 'the records oh their
But when Brennan was called tb
the witness stand, he took refuge
in the Fifth Amendment. His at attorney
torney attorney explained his income tax
returns were under investigation
and Brennan did not want io i i-criminate
criminate i-criminate himself.
Grosberg was questioned closelv
about the loans of $100,000 and
$135,000 the Marberry firm obtain
ed from the Teamsters htalth and
welfare fund for the state of Mich Michigan
igan Michigan He said the firm also borrowed
$37,500 from the Teamster local
headed, by Hoffa and $87,500 from
uie local beaded by (Brennan. He
said he repaid these loans to the
Jocals by borrowing money from
WITH EVERYBODY and his
brother (and there's a good name
for a new vocal group) making!
iuuuius wuy noi a uancei i
That's, what Bobby Van thought.
aoDDy wno's a dancer, and a
crackerjack, suddenly decided
that he might as well join the
crowd as a singer, so he sat
down and wrote himself a rock
and-roller. He sang it for his ma
nagers, Bullets Durgom and Ray
Katz, and they liked it well e e-nough
nough e-nough to have (Bobby put it on a
And, just one day later, ABC
Para mound heard the demo and
signed Bobby to a pinging con
tract, rne record will be out in
He said the loan from the fund
were "secured" and representee!
sound investments. He said about
$52,000 of the $100,000 loan and
about $15,000 of the $135,000 loan
already had been repaid.
Grosberg said the loans were
drawing 6 per cent interest and
there has been no "delinquency"
in the repayments.
Committee chairman John L.
McClellan offered to limit any
questioning to Hoffa's horse race
income. But Brennan was ada adamant
mant adamant in his refusal of testify.
"It would be very difficult to
differentiate between myself and
Horfa," he explained. r
Hoffa clashed with "committee
members about a variety of sub subjects
jects subjects ranging from the Senate's
labor reform bill to substandard
wages in their states as they
questioned him about the alleged
$17,500 laundry owners' payoff.
One exchange with Sen. Irving
M. Ives (R-N.Y.) became so
heated that Hoffa's attorney Ed
ward Bennett Wiliams. appealed
to McClellan to make Ives stop
shouting at Hoffa.
Williams also accused the com committee
mittee committee of running a "legislative
trial" of Hoffa.
He said the investigators allow
ed witnesses to place in the rec
ord "hearsay, rumor, assumptions,
and speculation about Hon a
Meanwhile the court appointed
overseers of the giant Teamsters
Union warned HoJIii that they
will crack down quickly if he re
sists their cleanup orders.
They also denounced teamster
record keeping as slipshod and
said inadequate membership lists
could lead to milking of the un union's
ion's union's 39 million dollar treasury un unless
less unless safeguards are established.
The three-man panel of moni monitors
tors monitors filed a report in federal court
summarizing their six-months ac activities
tivities activities in overseeing the nalion's
largest union under orders from
Federal District Judge F. Dickin Dickinson
son Dickinson Letts.
Hoffa was a3sked what he
thought about the work of the
"Nice fellows," he said with a
touch of sarcasm. "Real- nice fel fellows."
lows." fellows." Letts appointed the monitors in
settling a legal challenge raised
aaainst Hoffa s election as union
president by 13 rank-and-file New
York teamsters. The compromise
permitted Hoffa to take office but
established the watchdog panel to
make sure he ran a' clean union.
The monitors said Teamsters
bookkeeping practices were so lax
that international headquarters
did sot know the names and ad addresses
dresses addresses of union members. They
warned they would seek new pow
er from the court, if necessary, to
correct such abuses.
"In the eveut that there should
not be compliance by the union
with any order of recommenda recommendation,
tion, recommendation, the board of monitors will re
quest instructions from the court
concerning the procedure tn be
followed to obtain enforcement of
the board's recommendation."
The monitors adopted a report
by the accounting firm of Price
Waterhouse and Co. which found
that teamster headquarters made
no effort to check the names of
members submitted by locals or
their standing m the union.
Without such a system, the ac
counting firm said, there can be
no real control over the bulk jf
It said payment of strike bene
fits might go to non-members or
to other unauthorized persons.
Without "good standing" rec records,
ords, records, it said, it would be impossi impossible
ble impossible for any convention credentials
committee to carry out its tasks.
Th application of NtxotUrm clear
plmplM from the akin. Uae Nixoderm
tonight and tee how roar akin be be-comea
comea be-comea clean, clear And aoft. Nixoderm
la a modern treatment that kllJs
cerro and paraaltM that oauaa -iimt,
Itching and pimples Toil W
not get rid of akin trouble
lrfn TmMiMm until VAN
rermi that are hidden in the
4.(a4 InHov tn rln Ant
and clear and soothe your akin.
MOSCOW: Soviet Premier Ni Ni-kita
kita Ni-kita Khrushchev, putting people in
"I think it would be better that
there be Lebanese in Lebanon,
that there be Jordanians in Jor.
dan, and that the people of these
countries live without uninvited
WASHINGTON: Senate Rackets
Committee Chairman John L. Mc.
Clellan (D-Ark.), commenting on
the torch.burning attack on an ex ex-convict
convict ex-convict Teamsters Union business
"Each act such as this is ac.
cumulative evidence of the de depravity
pravity depravity of these underworld char,
acters who are attempting to ex exploit
ploit exploit legitimate unionism and business."
2 Sty dents Make Honor Roll
At Rainbow City High Schools
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.: Noted
criminal lawyer Frank Symmes,
indicating the line of defense he
will pursue in the case by Mrs.
Connie Nicholas, accused of shoot shooting
ing shooting drug firm xecutive Forest
Teel to death:
"It looks like a case of self self-defense.
defense. self-defense. Her eye is swollen shut.
Somebody slugged her."
At the Rainbow City Junior
High School the "A" honor roll
was made by ono girl, whereas
37 students made the "B" honor
In the Rainbow City Senior
High School the "A" honor, roll
was made by five students and
22 students made the "B" honor
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
"A" honor roll:
GIVES SELF AWAY i
NEW ORLEANS (UPI) An
unidentified soldier complained to
police today that someone had
stolen his watch while he was
Dnlir.o loornirxr k. hori laff OHeS.
both the watch and his trunks on
a seawall when he went into the
water, arrested him for Indecent
DICK'S PICKS: Pat Boom has
another winner in Dot's "If Drea
Came True." Others: "Voice in
the Mirror" Julie London. Li
berty); "Wrong, Wrong, Wrong,"
(Peggy Lot, Decca): -Sunday Bar
becue" (Tennessee Ernie Ford.
Capitol); "Ev'ry Hour, Ev'ry Day
ot My Ldic (voro Lynn, London);
London); "March of the Vidings"
"When the Sun Comes Out" (Sal
lie Blair, MGM); "My First Love"
"Gingerbread" (The Gingersnaps,
app); "Banana" Johnny Prophet,
Top vocalists with new LPs
on Columbia, Billie Holiday has a
new collection called "Lady in
Sat in V that's just fine; oh rCA,
"Julie Andrews Sings" is a group
of great ones from the top popular
composers of this era; on Dot,
Eddi Albert weaves his peculiar
song magic in "Hign upon a Moun Mountain";
tain"; Mountain"; on Roulette, Jcri Southern
has another fine group of ba lids
in "Coffee, Cigarettes and Mem-
c mnrio!" which acks 'Or space projects. He said some
boldness imagination and cour- j gambles could be attempted
' t -. :;, lint n on avion inn inn 111 J
aor- Thev aimed special criti
cism at Dr. Hugh Dryden, director
of the National Advistory Commit Committee
tee Committee for Aeronautics (NACA).
House Democratic Leader John
W. McCormack, chairman of the
space group, said the nation's sur.
vival is at stake in the missile missile-age
age missile-age competiton with Russia.
"I don't want to catch up with
the Russians," the Massachusetts
congressman said. "1 want to gq
ahead of 'em. We have the faciH.
ties and the brains. What we need
now is leadership."
His insistence that the adminis administration
tration administration should show more "vision
courage and willingness to ex explore
plore explore the unknown" resulted from
testimony by t)ryden Friday which
irked McCormack and several oth.
er committee members.
Rep. Lee Metcalf (DMont.) spid
"it would be a tragic thing for
the nation" if President Eisenhow.
er names Dryden head of the new
National Aeronautics and Space
Dryden Is expected to be'nartidd
to Bead the agency, which must
be organized by late October un
dcr legislation signed into law last
month. Dryden's NACA will form
with an extra 100 or 200 million
dollars but he could not use a lar larger
ger larger sum effectively.
Some committee members felt
the 343 million dollar NASA bud budget
get budget which the administration has
proposed for the fiscal year end ending
ing ending next June 30 would not be suf
ficient to overtake the Soviet Union
Some non government experts
have told the committee that a
half.billion to a billion dollars
would be needed for an effective
NO "WOMAN HATERS"
SINGAPORE (UPI) Chinese
Dr. Chen Su Lan said, yesterdav
that there is no such thing as a
"woman hater." He said "man
cannot do without woman." Dis--cussing
so called "confirmed
bachelors," Chen said sUch mer
might not want to enter into,' wed
lock because o financial Sfrysirni
or family reasons, or mainly be because
cause because they like their freedom
freedom to go to any woman they
FISH COMES EASY
HRRNE BAY, England (UPI)
A boat in a crew rare yester yesterday
day yesterday was about to get underway
when a three and a half pound
bass plopped into the craft.
Unperturbed, the racers finished
the contest then used the bass
AN UNHAPPY ERROR
BILLINGS, Mont. (UPI) Alter
Pepe le Pew, a tame, deodorized
skunk, escaped last night, his
owners were happy to hear a
skunk had been spotted in the
basement of a nearby residence.
The owners, telephone operators
Frances Moore and Jessie Guth Guthrie,
rie, Guthrie, went to the scene and cap captured
tured captured the skunk.
HAS ALL THE EXTRAS
DES MOINES, Iowa (Ufi) -Bettei1
days are in store for
The Iowa State Fair plans to
exhibit a lawn mower with head headlights,
lights, headlights, horn, three speeds for forward,
ward, forward, a reverse and a ratin
DOG WINS CAR
ORANGE, ConiL'fUPI) The
vinner of a new car at a carnival
lere will have to confine his
Irivlng to the back-seat variety
Thi 1958 a u t m o h i 1 a wan
1 -1 T
twarded to Col. Jet,
chooee, even, running, the, ri o ear-old boxer dog belbnjflng u
going to a law court later on. .lobert Luce.
Two new classical releases de demonstrate
monstrate demonstrate the power and versa
tility Of the Concertgebouw or
chestra ot Amsterdam. Both, on
the. Epic label, have Van Beinum
as conductor. One couples Bee Beethoven's
thoven's Beethoven's Symphony No. 2 iiJ). iiJ).-Major
Major iiJ).-Major with Nicolai's overture to
"The Merry Wives of Windsor ."The
other is a Debussy effort, with his
"La Mer" and "Three Nocturnes."
Both are brilliant jobs.
In Ant Battle
By English Woman
E S H E R, England (UPI) A
housewife has saved her 14 room
home from a horde of invaumg
ants after a year long $2.1.000
The experts that Mrs. Sylvia
Higgs called in to help her fight
the ants had to rip the sunroom
apart tearing up the floor and
pulling out the corner beams to
locate and destroy the ants' nest.
During the search, they also dug
a trench) five feet deep across the
The ants, of a central European
species seldom seen in England,
began trying to take over the
house a year ago.
"They were multiplying and
coming in hundreds. ." Mn.
, -figgs said. "It began to be hor
"They got into covered food
tins and bottles . when finally
i found them in my bed, I said,
'this is the end.'
"B" honor roll:
Grade 7 Roberto Andcron,
Leroy Barton, Claudia Cumber Cumber-batch,
batch, Cumber-batch, Sheila Clarke. Antonio Dun
Moodie, Arturo Edwards, Andna Andna-na
na Andna-na Fagette, Virgllio Gaona, San Sandra
dra Sandra Haye, Clara Hardy, Marie
Hinds, Ricardo Hunter, Stancia
Jones, George King. Elena Lau
rie, Cynthis Lewis, Angela Mc-
Kmnon, Frances McKinnon, Shir Shirley
ley Shirley Thompson.
Grade 8 Alvin Archibold, Wen
dell Coward, Diana Dale, Maria
Gordon, Winston McFarlane ,2e ,2e-leta
leta ,2e-leta Price, Mitzie Reid Cecilio
Smith. Charles Thomas J a m e s
Grade 9 Roland Josephs, Jac
queline King, Pauline McFarlane,
Jose Moreno, Sonia Mason, Vero
nica. Rosemond, Arthur .Trottman,
Ear) Watson- , .,.
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
"A" Honor roll:
James Guerreo, Lionel Fergus,
Lorenzo Holder, Lionel King. Ri Ricardo
cardo Ricardo Thompson.
"B" honor roll:
Grade 10 Kenneth Drayton,
Beverly Gordon, Thelma Johnson,
Melvyn Jones, Joyce Muir, Ron Ronald
ald Ronald Parker. Robert Reid, Glen
Grade 11 Barbara Alleyne,
Cecil Archibold. Gloria Gordon
Tyrone Hunter, Edwin Josephs,
Mabel Roberts, Wiluam wood.
Grade 12 Fred Ferguson, Bet:
tv Forte. Maurice McLean Glen-
ville Scott Lionel Thome Kenneth
Watson, Frank Watson.
CHICAGO: Air safety expert D.
W. Spickelmire, criticizing the fir firing
ing firing of missiles into airplane flight
langs by amateur rocketeers:
At that time, if there is an air
craft within range, the rocket may
latch onto it, and we art going
to nave an air tragedy."
Tropica n a
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You'll find a visit to our
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FLOOD OF GRAIN With flltnota and Missouri harvests now
at their peak, millions ot bushels of grain are moving off the
farms every 24 hours Above, a fabulous flow of wheat, part of
the nation's largest harvest since 1M? and second largest or
record, pours Into a river barge at a Cargill, Inc., elevator a
St Louis. The barge equals the capacity of more than 50 rail
road cars. The train win go, down the Mississippi to t
exported from Baton Rouge.
Most Clothes are as
good as they can be
for their Low Price.
are AS LOW PRICED as
They can be for their
THE ONLY REALLY
OF MEN'S FINE
ON THE ISTHMUS
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You'll find no larger assortment of
Manhattan Shirts anywhere.
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GENERAL AND MRS. GAITHER ENTERTAIN
FOR THLIR HOUSE GUEST, MISS McCOMA.
Lt. Gen. Ridgely Gaither, Commander-in-Chief of the
Caribbean Command, and Mrs. Gaither fa?e an informal
cocktail-buffet Tuesday evening in their quarters at Quarry
Heights in honor of Gen. Galther's cousin, Miss Matilda P.
McComas of Washington, D.C.
The party, attended by 150 guests including members of
the diplomatic corps in Panama, civilian and military dig dignitaries,
nitaries, dignitaries, and members of the unified command staff, served
to introduce Miss McComas who is a house guest of Gen.
and Mrs. Gaither for a two week visit in the Canal Zone.
Music for the occasion was provided by Lucho Azcarraga
and his orchestra.
Bolivian Legation Celebrates
The Minister ol Bolivia to Pana Panama
ma Panama and Mrs Cesar La Faye vere
hosts at a reception at the Bolivian
Legation yesterday trom 5 to 8 in
celebration of the 133rd anniv-rsa
ry o the National Independence
Anglo Panamanian Society
Through thr kind hospitality of
Ing Tomas Guardia. President of
45 Minutes Of
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Late Show at 11.30
X Enioy Our PIZZAS
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the Anylo Panamanian Society
the Committee of the Society met
at his house on August 5 to ar
fange a program of Society activities.
Mr. and Mrs. Weiihaar
Return from the S'ates
Mr. A. H. Weishaar of the 15th
Naval District returned to the
Isthmus on Sunday and Mrs. Weir,
haar with their daughter. Mclinds
and son Hank returned by plane
yesterday While in the Slste-,,
tht Weishaars visited relatives
and friends in Indianapolis, Ind.
and Miami. Fla.
Mile of Dimes For
The Inter American Women's
Club committee for the Asilo de
la Infancia, is now sponsoring a
"Mile of Dimes" drive for "the
benefit of the boy's orphanage,
located near the Santo Tomas
hospital. Members of the eonimit eonimit-teee
teee eonimit-teee in Panama and the C-iiial
Zone will be asking for contribu contributions
tions contributions irom everyone.
Another project of the commit committee
tee committee is a luncheon and bridge par party
ty party for members of the club on 'he
first Monday of each monlh. The
last one was held at the Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador Officers' Open Mess,
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Easy Way To Kill
Roaches And Ants
Scientist recommend thai you con,
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Brushed fut where von want it
ftahlr lees, cabinet, asphalt
tile, etc.) The colorless rnattni killa
these peats. It' effective for months,
sanitary, and easy to use.
S oi. Sc.; pint 1.R9 at Bella Vista
Supermarket, arid ail local commis commissaries
saries commissaries i
FROM THE FIRST YEAR of life Jirough School age,
all children need the vitamins, minerals, and pro protection
tection protection of a good milk.
TO ntVKLOP STRONG BONES, healthy teeth and
enjov good health, every child should drink one
quart of milk daily. (Adults V2 quart).
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product conserves intact those precious element
of health It Is elaborated with the best cow's milk.
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give your family the high quality and valuable
nutrition of IDEAL EVAPORATED MILK which tt
available at. anv grocery atora or pharmacy In 8
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HEALTHFUL, PUKE AND
I Some bridge players have the
: annoying haoit of saying, "The
rest of the tricks are mine," and
I throwing down their hands aitcr
j only a few tricks have been play played.
ed. played. That sometimes causes argil
ments or hard feelings.
So even Jhough you are sure
you have the rest of the tricks,
play them out. That way you
won't have any disgruntled op opponents.
ponents. opponents. DEVELOP NEW LAMP
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UP'l) The
development of a new 400 watt
mercury lamp for street and in industrial
dustrial industrial lighting which it is said
produces 28 per cent more light
than present mercury lamps, was
announced yesterday by General
PAA Wins Migh Honors
For Safety In Flying
Pan American World Alr Alr-iways.
iways. Alr-iways. for the fifth consecutive
'year, has received ihe Inter -l
Amercian Safety Council's
highest recognition th eAvla eAvla-tion
tion eAvla-tion Safety Award for flying
its Latin American Division op operations
erations operations throughout 1957 with without
out without an accident or fatality to
passengers or crews.
The citation points out that
the division's aircraft last year
flew 34.603,285 miles and re recorded
corded recorded 1.163.623.000 passenger
miles, over a 59.843-mile net network
work network In Latin America. A pas
senger mile is one passenger
flving one mile.
Over the five-year period, the
division has chalked up 4.537. 4.537.-393.000
393.000 4.537.-393.000 consecutive safe passen passenger
ger passenger miles.
That's the equivalent of flv flv-ln
ln flv-ln opp stepper around the
world 172.700 times without a
FOLLOWING THE CHANGE OF COMMAND CEREMONY for the 764th AAA Battalion at Fort
Clayton yesterday, Maj. John B. White, Jr., Lt. Col. and Mrs. M. F. Moucha and Lt. Col. and
Mrs. Wendell P. Knowles form a receiving line. Colonel Knowles took over from Colonel Mou Moucha
cha Moucha as commanding officer of the 764th at, ceremonies held in Reeder Gymnasium. Tin re reception
ception reception took place in the Fort Clayton Officers' Club. (U.S. Army Photo)
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LANDED LIGHTHOUSE Once located a full mi)e. offshore
in Lake Champlain, north of Burlington, Vt., the Colchester
Reef Lighthouse, above, is now part o( the Shelburne (Vt.)
Museum. This lighthouse, built in 1871, is believed to be the
only one that has been dismantled in its entirety, moved sev several
eral several miles, and re-erected this time on dry land.
top quality meat
makes the difference
When you feed your dog Ken-IRation, you are giv giving
ing giving him the same quality meat that you could eat
yourself. Open a can and you'll see the difference
lota of flavorful tender meat. You are sure of quality,
because Ken-L-Ration uses only the choicest grades
of U. S. Government inspected cuts. This means more
of the proteins, vitamins and minerals your dog needs.
Ken-L-Ration is economical too! Get some today att
- L RATION
Perk .in hnilort nntfitna fnr n n
outdoor meal by adding 3-4 tea!
SDOon whole earawav xppri tn
pounds cooked buttered spuds.
A rubber tipped bobby pin is
handy for picking up dropped
knitting stitches. It will hold the
stitches in lace until you are
ready to knit them.
Stubborn tea stains in a tea
cup vanish when scoured briskly
with table salt.
A solution of mustard and wa water
ter water will remove odors from jars.
More juice can be extracted
from lemons and oranges by
warmingthe m for a few moments
under the not waler faucet be before
fore before squeezing them. No vi'.ains
are lost in the process.
If olive oil or cooking oil is used
4- 1. .1 1 LU.L 1
iu juuiitaie Kitcnsn appliances
the djsagreeahle thought of motor
on dripping into food can be
WraD newsDaDer arnunri
frigerator tray of ice cream as
soon as the cream is frozen to
help .prevent crystals, from form forming
ing forming on top.
If a cork is loose in a bottle, nut
the cork in a pan of hot water, work are e 8uet who drop In
and it will ezpand enough to fit. 7ery. once ln while- One of my
favorites is the great Lena
For airing 'eather pillows give ,lorne; Lpa 's very easy gal
them a tumbling in the automatic!!'0 lnterview, both live and on
clothes dryer for three or
Use kjtchen tongs to grasp the
dishcloth when eleaning the in inside
side inside of jars of tall vases.
Paisley or loral printed challis
is one of the toD fabrics for fall.
Designer Jane Derby shows
floral printed theater suit dec
orated to tnc climate, the fah-
ric's background is covered with;
The woman who's been asking
"What ever become of the little
hlarlr Hrpsc" now hae this anuvnr
It is back full scale, in both crepe
and wool, in hoth slim and full-
alHtAft ci Ihnilnl t fit Ttacionor Tnna
Derby features a whole group of
black crepes with the Empire
waistline. One of them has kiiife
nleats falling from beneatht the
hoSam all the way to the hem.
for a silhouette similar to the
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at eeei lemelMai ler aeeoie waa o laiaaa.
(Dorothy Kilgalltn is on vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. Hor gut columniit today
it N.w York ditc jock.y, Wil William
liam William B. Williamt.)
I's -'Wt it"
Hello world! I'd like to five
;""-"u ouuurr,ijiw"iTuu vac iuai"
gical world of the mac jockey
the disembodied voice that plays
..... .11 - '- S- L
your favorite j records and sells
the sponsors' products.
Many people think the life of
a disc jockey is a snap that it
doesn't take any or much talent
to be one. In one aense they're
rifht- vnn Hnn't hav tn knnui
how to sing, dance or tell jokes.
nut on the other hand, you do
have to have something, call it
what you Will, to be continually
invited intolisteners' homes day
Many bandleaders have forsak
en their orchestras to try their
hands at platter spinning, but fail-
en. xne Knowledge ot music was
there, but it just wasn't enough.
A successful disc jockey must
know music, have a distinctive
voice, and love his work.
A knowledge of music is basic,
so I won't go into that. Your
vfrm cnnnH it imnnpt.nt lunaiiaa
; I J l:l At
won't tune you in again. It should
be peculiarly your own. You'd be
surprised now quicKiy people
can tell what mood you're in sim simply
ply simply by listening to your voice. If,
for example, you get on the air
with a cold, the next day you're
Hooded with letters suggesting cold
Or should you bo daprtsted
no day, you'll discover tho ntxt
that it snowed fn your tone of
voice, bocauso you recoive mail
offering philosophical pamph pamphlets.
lets. pamphlets. Above all, loving your
work is important boeauso you'll
want to pleat your audience
by giving thorn a good show-
not on that appears to have
boon thrown together with a
minimum of .thought or plan planning.
ning. planning. Some critics of disc jockeys be
hnvA urn n .. t trt u . .1 : t:
rj t CU Lfj ulc aillUlU IlVe
I minutes before air time, order a
... 1 f . 1
p ui eunee, iook over a Drenar
ed list of records to be played on
the show, and have no idea what
a song sounds like until it's ac actually
tually actually Dlaved on our nrnnrahi
- . r o-
T-l l l .
jiiiere are, proDamy, some isolat
es! cases wnere mis is so, out I'll
venture to say that the top jock jockeys
eys jockeys screen all their music and
plan their layout well in advance
of air time.
The highlights of a deejay's
tape, and especially so when she
thinks vou're throueh taninc hor
Then she relaxes and you disco discover
ver discover what a paradox she fg.
j On a nightclub floor you'd say
I she's the queen of sophistication,
!but when you talk te he -- and
she feels she 'knowr. tfatiim
her little-girl quanflel Write
through. She's a great Sihiltra,
; BasW Land Ellington, fan, and
r, ... ?la"cu laving auoui
l?em s nar(1 get her to
change the subject.
Anoiner au-urne great interview interviewee
ee interviewee was the late AI Jdlsori; lfwas
once supposed to give him' an it it-ward
ward it-ward on the air, and Jolson told
me he would only be able to stop
by for a few minutes to accept
the award and say thanks. When
the station's secretaries and other
office personnel heard that Al
was to be on, most of them jam jammed
med jammed into the control room to get
a glimpse of him.
When he saw that he had an
audience Jolson stayed for an
hour and a half singing, daneine
and cracking jokes! I finally had
to 4H him that time was up
but not before Al Jolson had put
on a priceless 90-minute show for
some 20 people and a few million
When you least exoect it. Jcr.-v
Lewis pops "in and it's every
sponsor for himself. Jerry graos
tho mn.;.i o,.;,,i.. ,i
them in his own typically zany
fashion. But the sponsors are
thrilled bv the fact that a famous
lentertainer like Jerry does their
commercials-whether he kids
them or not."
I ones interviewed a well
known prizefighter who Was
prono to using profanity and
during the course of tho inter interview
view interview ho got so carried away
describing one ef his fights that
he questioned the ancestry of
hit opponent. That was one of
tho few times in my life when
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I became m stunned I couldn't
aay ward.' My audience waa
sympathetic, thank geodnest
A classic example ot absent absent-mindedness
mindedness absent-mindedness was told to me by
singer Helen Forrest. She was
working with the Benny Goodman
orchestra at the time, and they
were playing a date in Boston.
Benny offered to drive Helen to
their date, after her dinner, and
escorted her into a ,cab. He climb climbed
ed climbed in beside her and sat silently
with his hands in his lap, appar apparently
ently apparently deep in thought, the driv driv-er,
er, driv-er, after waiting vainly for direc directions,
tions, directions, turned to them and said,
"Well?" Benny, lodked, up and
asked, "How much de I owe
When Erroll Garner came to
Visit. I riimmacriwi r.hrntish th.
WEW' record library and came
up wim one of his early record recordings.
ings. recordings. During the interview I spun
the disc hut rpcoivofi ,.,,.t;
- 11U ICHkllUU
frpm Erroll. At the conclusion of
me piece l identified it for the
listening audience, and was given
the surprise of mv life ,h n.-
. J nwi vi-
per whispered to me that he nei neither
ther neither recognized the label, nor
knew that it was his recording.
It s the little things that occur
dunhg an interview that enliven
a deejay's evening. Like the tim
a well-known hanHlearUr hn,i,
his top vocalist to the program
and discovered, dn the air, that
she was "stoned." (He fired her
after the show but rehired her a
few hours later.) When Larry
Elgart, of Elgart brothers' orches orchestra
tra orchestra fame, was visiting, along with
his lovelv Wife. Grace wWt nr..
dited with having one of the best
musical "ears" in the business,
I asked him whose final word
counts on picking music and ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the band, and
Larry replied, without blinking an
eye, "Graces,", of course". I look looked
ed looked at Grace a bit quizzically.
"That's all right,' she insisted,
"he picks out all my shoes!"
I've discovered that peopl like
to talk back to me while listen listening
ing listening to the show. One miserably
hot holiday afternoon I remarked,
"If you're driving along the high highway
way highway and the guv in front nf vnn
is crawling, don't blow your horn.
. .yell at me, instead!' After a
short pause I followed with, "I
heard that guy on the Grand Cen
tral Karkway!" The next day I
received more than two dozen let letters
ters letters from neonle inxiat.incr thv
were the ones I heard.
Ruth WWl Siys.
Calorie counters have taken
most of the pleasu;e out of cook.
ing. When it Was iust women whn
watched theif figures and viewed
ncn sauces and luscious desserts
with alarm, a hostess could still
get a glow of nleasiiro from ui9h
ing her men guests come back for
But now, chided by health au authorities,
thorities, authorities, smart men have turned
into calorie calculators, too. Put a
big, hearty meal in front of them
and you can see their lips move
as they add up the score the
calorie score, that is.
Instead of raving about the food,
they are taking small servings,
saying "No thank you" to dessert
and bragging to each other that
they've lost 15 pounds, have had
to have all their suits altered, or
that they can still get into he old
Men oday have become as vain
about their waistlines as women
are about theirs. While this mav
be good for their health and we're
all forthat it has certainly tak.
en the joy out of cooking.
And another thing: It ha tak taken
en taken away a wife' time-honored me method
thod method for getting her husband in an
expansive frame of mind before
she lowers the boom mrf
him her new outfit, or confesses
at sne b?uKnt something else on
: : "'5' MIOWS mm lM denied
I fendr on 'he new car that is his
pnoe and lov.
, T'me wa,when a wife gave her
husband a big dinner before break breaking
ing breaking any kind of bad news to him.
But no more. Now he just looks at
all that npting food and says
sternly, ou know I'm trying to
cut down on what I eat. How do
you expect me to keep my weight
down when vnn insist on cooking
food like this?"
It's downright discouraging.
When Grandma couneled, "Feed
the brute," she didn't dream that
men would ever turn into calorie
counters and waistline watchers.
Skin Returns m 7 Days
l aicum with (J y (Heiachlofophene).
THLRSDAT. AUGUST 1, list
1f PANAMA AMERICAN AN FNDEPBNDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEK
mm n ii i ii "i I,
d... i r.iii-rni.
... JT u nTn.rrin H. Fane
andtheTtW children of Colon' There will I be general meet-,
returned on Saturday aiter tweJ mg or all teenagers residing oa
mS vacation spent visiting re itne AUanUc Side th s com.ng Mob
latives and friends in San Fsh day nigm, August 11 at 7:Ju l the ;
i co Mr Fong is the President Teen Age Club at Coco Solo This I
of the Atlantic Chinese Soc.etv meeting is for the purpose ol ap
urii.,,.. outl Viint sn
Chung Wan Kung so.
Teenate Wetter Party
ti.. rv;.tH.l rnuncil 1688,
Knights of Columbus will sponsor!
mother Teen Age Platter Party!
on Friday evening, August at
. j-i ... 1 Un 1 in
r:00 p.m. ltt uieir uounvu
Margarita. This is a repeater at
the request of the Atlantic S;de
teenagers who are asked to bring
their own records. The K of C will
.nnniv th rarnrri olaver and re-
French Cabinet Will
On New Constitution
paths (UPI) -The French cab. ance still was the cornerstone of
i.i rtprirfed vesterday to hold a i Italian foreign policy,
fnf naMnnwX referendum on He said Italy was contributing
Ch?rkrde GauUeToew id toward solution of Middle
28. On he out- East problems but w.s no. acting
5 SS of the vote De Giul.e wOl aviator
stand or fall. cussed thfi Middle Et witn Pres
The proposed constitution calls I ident Elsenhowerr United Nations
for tablishment of a strong pres. I Secretary General Dag Hammar
Iripn! It takeTawav much author I skjold. British Prime Minister
fv from ?he once ,U power.ul Harold Macmillan and West Ger Ger-Tjtirf
Tjtirf Ger-Tjtirf -AQwrnhlv mn Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
NTheD .binSded that an e,l H. talked with NATO Secretary
Kmatpd 400 006 French VOterl
.VJ ,y !. Mm to i
vote for. the project.
The Parisian newspaper Parts Parts-Journal
Journal Parts-Journal reported before 'he cabi.
net meeting that De Gaulle
planned to announced today that
he accepted the idea of independ.
ence for French African posses possessions
sions possessions provided they agreed to a
loose federation with France. This
wauld mark a major break with
past French colonial policy. There
was no official confirmation of
De Gaulle Jias summite.i his
constitutional reiorm piujcti
So.nmhpr committee which is
charged with smoothing it out. V
the constitution is accepted by the
referendum, general elections
probably w 11 be held Nov 5.
Informed sources believe De
r...,ii h;m.if h,c his nn the
nresidency. Rene Coty. 76,
sumably would retire in
Of Couple Dies
PARIS (UPI) Jean Claude
Vivier, 20, wrote a ltter to his
mother, received holy commun communion
ion communion and then walked calmly to his
death on the guillotine yestewlay
for one of the most shocking dou.
ble.murders in France in receni
Vivier and Jacques Sermeus, j
also 20, were sentenced to death
for slaying a young girl and ner,
boy friend in the park in St. Cloud
on the western outskirts of Paris.
The young couple, Nicole de
Poue and Joe Tarrage. were shot
to death and robbed of 1,500
francs ($3.50.) The slaying shock shocked
ed shocked Paris.
One of Vivier's last questions
was "and what of Sermeus."
"They haven't forgotten him,"
was the reply.
What Vivier was not told was
that his companions li'e had been
spared on appeal. Vivier's appeal
was turned down at 4:30 a.m.
yesterday. He died at dawn.
White Rose Club
For Dance Saturday
The White Rose Social and;
Square Dancing Club of Gamboa
has completed final arrangements!
for a sport wear dance slated to j
be held at the Santa Cruz Serv-
ice Center on Saturday.
Highlights of the dance will be
door prizes and special surprise
Maestro Buck Jones and his j
combo will commence at 8:30
p.m. to entertain all with the lat-j
est square dance hits.
Arrangements has been made to
have bus service available at the
conclusion of the dance.
Reed And Redwood
SAN FRANCISCO -(UPI (Seed
and sedwood that's the room
divider combination for a con contemporary
temporary contemporary look.
Reed curtains and screens In
closely woven meshes or in
grace'ully looped open fesiens
merly hint at a separation lor
entries or dining areas.
Slim wands of rattan curved
Into birdcages' or shallow baskPtK
hold plants ad decorative divi dividers
ders dividers when suspended from the
ceiling on reed chains.
Redwood boards, carefully cut
for floor to ceiling height, fit
Into a vertical louvred entry
marker irt a matter of minutes.
Small metal clips with non non-slip
slip non-slip rubbcrbacking go over the
top of each hoard to hold H
snugly angled. Bank the new e
try with plants, and the job is
Inexpensive and isy to work
with., both the reed and the red
wood can be 1hsta1ler fhoTfe:
moved at the homemaker's whim.
Atlantic Side Ttanagtr
Will Meat Monday
proving uir tvuauiuuun auu v)
Bd fjr elecUoB of
Italy Will Never
Turn Against Wes
ROMR (IlPn Premier Amin
I tore Fanfani, just returned from
I talks with President Eisenhower
nH nihpr Western leaders, said
I yesterday Russian threats never
would frighten Italy out of its
anti-Communist pro.Western orbit
The Christian Democratic pre
mier, ur his tirsi repon 10 ms,
party council since he took" ottice
last month, said the NATO alii
ueirerai ram nenry aVuun in
Rome Tuesday He is scheduled
to meet ith Gen. Charles de
Gaulle in Paris today and
then return to Rome for a meet meeting
ing meeting with Israeli Foreign Minister
Mrs. Golda Meir.
DAVIS, Calif.-(UPI) Spare
the rod and you may have a neu neurotic
rotic neurotic child.
"Children like to feel their Dar Dar-ertts
ertts Dar-ertts are in charge." said Thomas
M. Poffenberger. nsvcholoeist at
,:,." ,T7 Wvi
! University of California
He reported tha youngsters
fhze they do not have the ma
,u"ty,to regulate their own lives.
The" emotional well-being de
Penfs on guidance and consistent
discipline so they will feel secure.
Poffenberger explained. Children
want to know what limiis are
placed on their behavior.
If children are permitted to do
as they please, he said, they may
begin to wonder if theirparents
care what becomes of them.
"Perhaps there's no greater hu human
man human need than to know we're
wan d, he said. "We should tell
our t lildren that we love them.
We verbalize our criticism why
not our praise?"
EAST GOES WEST This
drummer, who looks like an.
illustration from the "Arabian
Nights," Is a member of the Cey Ceylon"
lon" Ceylon" National Pancers rehearsing
his role. The Ceylon company
is in Paris for a season of cere ceremonial,
monial, ceremonial, traditional and classi classical
cal classical dances.' v
Burr, TVs "Perry Mason,"
takes die c-nsp fur .tflfe dpfsnae
of the 'Star role in a telefilm
series. Griping ttyfcr a series'
problems should oe clone oon oon-atruetivelr
atruetivelr oon-atruetivelr end in private only,
sajtS' JBurr. ...
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i 1 affe&Vgl'
By OSWALD JACOBY
Q J 10 6 3
WEST EAST (D)
J 9865 4Q4S
4 A 10 9
A K 8
No one vulnerable
East South Wett North
1 4 Double Pass 2 4
Pass 2N.T. Pass 3N.T.
Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead 4 4
The. eame was duDlicate and
the final three ne triumph contract
fairly reasonable. A spade was
opened at ail tabled and South held
off until the third lead.
Most South players simply ran
five diamonds and hoped against
hope that East would let go of a
spade. Needless to say, no one
obliged and South had to lose
One South player got a better
idea. He knew that this particu
lar East was a greedy player and
would not settle for a one trick
set when lie might do better. So
South cashed the ace and king of
diamonds and shifted to the queen
The idea was that East might
play him for two diamonds only
and hold off that heart lead.
Unfortunately for his scheme,
East went right up with 'the ace
and settled lor the one tricK set.
ana seuiea lor me one iric sei.i
You see East knew that 3-uth,
held another diamond.
How did East know? East and
West were using the defensive e ship, live days Deiore sne snm - -cho
to .show an even number of .nd killed him, police revealed Tf lhc week
cards in a suit With four dia
monds, West would have played
high low on the two diamond
leads. As it was. his first dia-
leads. As it was, his first dia-1
mon play was the deuce ami his
tnmnii thf fivp This showed three
diamonds so East had no problem.
Q The bidding has been:
North Krt 8ouli W
1 4 Pais 2 PM'
3 Pass t
You. South, hold:
4S VKl 15IZ AU
What do you Aol
A Bid three -no-trum. "u
toTe a heart itopper a few
Your partner continues with a
bid oi four diamonds. What do
you do now?
i white Cadillac. Although he sur -a
. tr-1 'vived the shoot ng for a short oniecnnica grounas.
Hi a while he would not or could not .. Rouelhni s name has been
fceaidtf Utpi ft Is assailant. Xs Wi Da "cuSta an In
' ( Mrs. Nicholas Med the scene Mrs. Sona, H Gup a a In In-Summer,
Summer, In-Summer, tells tales and not all and took at massive dose o eda-l oceedfngs aainsi her
of them aTe pretty. For summer lives. She hovered between li.e H m,Bomba
i.ti,oc. rvsi more fieure" faults and .death until last Satuulay '
.i 1 1 rA th,,. Kpac.,11
til a 1 1 lliosc n an Dv
lan those oi any other season.
One of the most noticeable is
upper arm mats nesny. ii
imiten to mature womt-.i
only; it's a figure fault belonging!
to women of all ages, starling (hat she planned suiciae Because
with teenagers. I "it is much easier than seeing
The sleeveless and shortsleevcd j vou and knowing I can never a a-dresses
dresses a-dresses o summer show of this gajn be as completely happy as
. i i 4..U A. ..A. i X. ...... in Via noet
TiaDDy upper aum iu ovi i nave sjeeii ynm.
vantage. Since it's often'seen on i still love you with all my
women who are otherwise slim, heart and as you well know there
the solution does not lie in diet is no hallway point for me v.hen
ing. It lies in exercise. i truly feel as I do about you."
One of the most effective is to :
stand about a foot away from a ft ... m
wall with the palsm of your hands VPflKtf A0i1 rOf
flat against it and arms bent. KeepVfJIIIWIWH vi
your feet together and shift your u s i
weight to your arms and bauds. Ia NhCdrifll iSfdCI
Now straighten your ms slowly wl rfliwtsiiui siiaws
Return' to the original position r ... m
and repeat. Do this ten time? the f hAAl NAK 110
first day and raduaUy work up JUIVVI nVWU I.IIU
to a count of fifty.
Registration for religious school
When the temperature sticks at Kol Shearith Israel is being
at 90, there are still lots of ways j held daily until tomorrow from 1
to stay cool. Start" your day with to 4 p.m.
a tepid shower and finish it wth Tne purpose of the school is to
a tepid batfl. Remember that an teach Jewish children the ideas
electric fan placed in an mpen and juCais 0f the Bible and Jew
window pulls in, fresh air and has isn literature, the beauty and joy
twice the cooling power of a fan 0( Jewish music and -liturgy, the
1 nply sitting in the middle of narmonv 0f the democratic prin-
uie room. ciples, the ethics held by Jews
Resist the temptation to toss tnroughout the centuries, the
down cold drinks filled with re. ;meaning 0f the Sabbath and Jew Jew-Enough
Enough Jew-Enough ice to just chill the trinV ish fegtivals the history of the
is about right. A difcljE-HKhled jn the Caribbean and other
room is always cooler and justj and their con,ribution to
sitting in such a room on. a sjiri deVei0pment of Panama,
mer evening is relaxing and t,": u
"'No"' matter how hot the rest of! Wr'vSTJrwlll be
the house air conditioning or an i A spe c.al ; youth se. vu c will be
electric window fan belongs in j held at ,8 p.m. tomorrow, at Koi
your' bedroom. For sound Sheanth Is rae
night's sleep is as essential in sum Naomi Lrtvin, Santa Watson,
mger as it any other time of, Ruth David
Best place lor your penumes,
colognes, touei water ana even
some lotions during hot weaUjerj
? ... u.uiii
is your remnraiw. jiuihih i.
more refreshing that icy toilet
water splsshed over the, wrists
aii nf them will keen vou
looking and feeling cool If you Litvin attended a camp in Wls Wls-just
just Wls-just put them on ice. This Ii theiCOnsin that trains young people
time of year for lightWfdv flowery for leadership In their commum commum-scents
scents commum-scents used generously with spray tv.
NEW YORK -(UP) Cooling, HAMILTON, Ont. (UPI) -Steel
canapes for a hot summer day Co. of Canada, Ltd.. today an an-feature
feature an-feature sliced fresh tomatoes. Cut nourvced plans lor the construction
...... j i : a . -It I t ..a : 1 1 : ....... ..!.,,, at '.,,.
Dreau rouuus 10 u luinam into
Butler bread, antl (op each piece
with a tomato slice and garnish
wfth curry mayonnaise. The lat latter
ter latter is made toy combining 1 to 2
teaspoons of curry powder with
12 cup of mayonnaise.
ADMITS TEEL SHOOTING Mrs. Minnie B. Nicholas is
shown composing herself in a hospital in Indianapolis, Ind.,
after regaining consciousness from a suicide attempt. She
has admitted it was her gun which killed drug company exe executive
cutive executive Forrest Teel but claims the gun went off in a struggle
after Teel struck her.
r,r to tj
iiNLiAiAruL,io, mu. vu. i
Connie Nicholas wrote her mar-
ned lover there could De no-
half-way point" in their relation-
a charge S the ffi ive. h of time it would
lu"' ..... ,. ...u take for an annea to co hroufih
divorcee with the "malicious, om-i
Wooded, premediated I murder" of
niooueu, -". "''year Miss Bergman's plans to
r r fr:' h (nr Vpars
her friend for 15 years
wea inv socialite roiiest
? nr.Ttv .erretarv. Laura
feel's will was filed for probate
shortlv betore ponce reieaseu ivus.i
Nicholas' letter? ThfevWUl written
e8- Xth Neithe? Mrs
mentioned in the will or any
Police said the letter Mrs.
Nicholas wrote Teel was dated
July 22, five days before he was
shot and fatally wounded as he
at with Mrs. 'Nicholas in his
u hpn shp revived suf icienUv to
when she revivco suriuenuy
admit the shooting. She now 15
m me leuei 10 to
eT mailed, Mrs. Nicholas wrote
L -ii u tl,AL., in i iarpp t
mu ; j
The speaker for the occasion
...in h. Mi. I.itv n who Wl (Zive
a report on her recent expert
ence in the United States under
Uhe auspices of the National I'ed-
raNin of JPemDle Youth. Miss
ANNOUNCE BUILDING PLANS
; oi a iu iniiiiuii jn- iiaui n
trneniMir m miles past of Mon
treal where the company bought
an industrial site several hundred
acre's last year. Production is
scheduled to start in the summer
Will Be Appealed
By Italian DA
ROME fUPn Italv has decided
lo aDDeat tne annuimeni oi man
fi marriage to
"id u mgm;
Even, if the annulment wer, up-
rraH woMlrl pi v iid to t
the cm wkf d day up to a
, ,- T
laKe sweaisn Diismessman i.ais
cphmirit hfi- third mate
detailed explant.on of his motive
for the anneal.
KOssellinrs attorney, ftnronm
Corrao, said he did not know what
Ferrajuolo's plans were but neith
- r- i
er. he ,nor .,hpr s0l!rcfs
Ros7einniued for' ITS
ent on. grounds Miss Bergman's
Rnpini anH mi.. nPram
throueh a proxy ceremony
at Juarez, Mexico.
A "m(; c,lv," court decreed the
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BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
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you quit nagging a mjnute?''
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1951
Braves Widen National League
Lead To 6
V J Allien
Willey, Aaron Team Up
For 2-1 Win Over Bucs
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 7 (L PI) Look Ma, no race'
Not only in the American League, but in the Na National
tional National as welL
It's all the fault of Milwaukee's
Ir's all the fault of Milwaukee's
business like Braves, who have n
pened up a six game lead and
just about put an end to a!1 that
propaganda about a close race in
the National League.
Rookie pitcher Carlton Willey
and Hank Aaron helped widen
the gap last night when they com combined
bined combined in a 2-1 victory over the Pi
Willey pitched a three-hitter for
his sixth victory while Aaron
belted his 25th home run with
one on off Vern Law in the first
inning. Aaron's blow ended the
scoring for the night after Bill
Virdon had homered for Pitts
burgh in the top of the first.
The Cardinals handed the second-place
Giants their eighth loss
in the last nine games, 8-7, Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia topped Cincinnati, 8 o.
and Los Angeles defeated Chica
In the American League, the
Yankees maintained their 16-game
spread over the rest of the held
with a 3-1 win over the Onoics;
The White Sox beat the Athle Athletics,
tics, Athletics, 4-2; the Red Sox stopped the
Senators, 8-2, and rain washed
out the Detroit-Cleveland contest.
Stan Musial drove in three
of the Cards' runs and Don
Blasingame two more with four
hits as St. Louis overcame .m
early five-run deficit to subdue
San Francisco. Reliever Chuck
Stobbs gained his first National
League victory since being ob obtained
tained obtained from Washington when
he held the Giants to three hits
from the second inning through
the seventh before a blistered
finger forced him to call it
quits. Willie Kirkland had a
homer, triple and a double for
Ted Kazanski drove in lour
runs, three of them with his
third homer, as Robin Roberts
posted his 12th triumph at the
expense ol the Redlegs. Roberts
was nicked for homers by Bob
Thurman Frank Robinson anri Don
Hoak beiore bowing out in the
ninth to Dick Farrell. who regis registered
tered registered the final out.
Charlie Neal's homer highlight highlighted
ed highlighted a three-run sixth inning out outburst
burst outburst that carried the Dodgers
to their victory over the Cuus
Neal hit his homef off loser
Johnny Briggs following Norm
Larker s single. Stan Williams won
his eighth game although Clem
Labine had to ball him out ir. the
Art Ditmar pitched a five'hit five'hit-ter
ter five'hit-ter for the Yankees in handing
the slump-ridden Orioles their
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"The Young Don't Cry" I
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TOE LONELY MAN
if 1th Jack Palance
1 )j Also
with R. Reagan
Prohibited for Minor
CON RAHIA EN
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O D I C I A
10th straight defeat. Loser Jack
Harshman hurled on even teims
with Ditmar until the sixth
when Elston Howard tingled
home two runs. The victory
brought Ditmar's record to 8-2
and the loss was Harshman's
10th against eight wins.
1 afi h onlor- Dill,, t)i ,l.,l,i
out six hits as the White Sox rose
above the .500 mark with
victory oer the Athletics.
Cerv s 29th homer with one on ;
accounted for the only runs iifi
Pierce, who posted his 11th tri-!
1 umph. Ray Boone hit a two pin
'homer off loser Bob Davis in thei
fourth and the White Sox added;
another pair in the lifth on a sin
gle by Pierce, Luis Apancio'sl
triple and passed aball
Tom Brewer let the Senjtors
down on three hits While the Red
Sox hammered out 12 in rolling
to their fourth straight victory.
Jackie Jensen hit his 31st hom homer
er homer while Frank Malzone and Ted
Lepcio also -homered for the Red
Sox. Roy Sievers connected for
his 29th and 30th homers for the
Senators. The victory was Brt ti
er s sixth against 10 losses,
dro Ramos suffered his 10th
against the same number of
. e e-loss
loss e-loss VIC
Prove Fatal n
QCEANSIDE, Calif (NFAt
Fortunately for Roy Harris, he
meets Floyd Patterson for he
first time in Los Angeles on Aug.
Luckily, because" the champion
has a habit of flattening foes the
second time around. . feliows
who went the route the first trip.
Dick Wagner lasted eight
rounds in 1953. Eight months lat later,
er, later, the Brooklyn product training
ai uceansiae starched mm in
five. Yvon Durelle traveled the!
route in 1954. The n?xt year the1
Canadian was sent to the show showers
ers showers in the fifth. Alvin Williams
lasted in '54. In '55. he was knock
ed out in eight. Esau Ferdinand
gave ftettawon trouble in '54
six nwmns later
him in 10.
Jimmy Slade dropped an eight-
...HUM uccioiuii lu raueisun me
same year.. Floyd stopped him in
seven the next. Hurricane Tommy
Jackson went to a 12-round split
decision with Patterson in the
summer of '56 was put in a hos
pital the next trip.
Ten of Patterson's 34 opponents
weiu me aistance. six v ere
knocked out in return engage engagements.
ments. engagements. None of the other four
came ifek.ifctf more
ROCHESTER, N Y. (NE.1 (NE.1-Curt
Curt (NE.1-Curt Siegel was awakened by o o-lice
lice o-lice the night before the final
round of the New York State
Junior Championship in Rochester
and informed that his father was
dying of a heart attack in a Buf
"Go our and win," said the 17" 17"-year
year 17"-year old .golfer's dad at 6:30 in
Young Siegel defeated Leon Kan Kan-tor,
tor, Kan-tor, 1 up.
His father recovered.
PALATKA. Fla. Tho
Cincinnati Reds have an oulstanrl
mg pitching prospect in George,
MpWilliamc a 0.vnar.AM -i irlit.
hander with Palatka of the rior
ioa siaie ueaeue.
PITTSRlIRCi; (NF.A1 Rob
Friend ol Pittsburgh and Los An
teles' .lohnnv Podres are the on
ly National League pitchers v ho
have tienten every opposing club
n d 1 r 1 u 1
Dnn-A Andrews in
$1.10 prr CAR!
p IT SHOULD HAPPEN!) TO YOUj
.ludy Holliclav In
V O L I
( B ied en 250 official t bats)
6 AB R H Pet.
Musial, St. L.
Mays, S. Fco.
Cepeda, S. Fco.
Green, St. L.
100 400 64 137 .343
99 350 48 120 .343
104 414 76 141 .341
99 368 67 121 .329
89 357 41 117 .328
102 404 76 127 .314
103 419 62 131 .313
107 430 82 132 .307
106 424 68 130 .307
89 279 34 86 .305
Runnels, Bos. 97 372 67 14 .333
jCerv,. K C.
70 265 30 88 .332
93 366 50 120 .328
95 358 68 115 .321
98 391 67 125 .320
x06 424 60 125 .320
1(K 362 51 113 .312
90 309 38 96 .311
87 293 51 91 .311
98 309 64 95 .307
Ward, K. C.
Siebern, N. Y.
Jensen, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
Jensen, Red Sox
Red Sox to
Turley, Yankees 17
Ditmar, Yankees 8
Hyde, Senators 9
Ford, Yankees 13
Moore, White Sox 7
ARCARO SCORES TRIPLE
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. -(UPI)
Jockey Eddie Arcaro
scored a triple Tuesday, his first
of the Saratoga racing season.
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) The
scheduled Aug. 23 fight between
former bantamweight champion
Mario D'Agata and Joe Tuloco
Lopez has been postponed until
Sept. 13, because of Lopez' ill illness.
ness. illness. CUT FROM SQUAD
SALEM, Ore. (UPI) The New
York Giants of the National Foot Football
ball Football Giants have released rookie
end Lifus Johnson, the first train training
ing training camp cut made by the club in
10 days of practice.
SHORT OF FUNDS
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI) A
lack of funds is endaneerine this
year's playing of amateur base-
Da" s Global Series. The series,
St fl rt pfl in Milwailbno in IQf;
draws teams from many part of
RIDES THREE WINNERS
OCEANPORT, N.J. (UPI)
Jockey Joe Culmone took care of
the opening and closing races at
Monmouth Tuesday when he boot
ed home a triple.
GOLFER TTTtNING PRO
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) Walk
er Cupper Mason Rudolf of Clarks Clarks-ville,
ville, Clarks-ville, Tenn., has informed the U.S.
Golf Association he plans to play
professional golf v hen he leaves
the Army in four months.
SIDELINED BY INJURY
WESTMINSTER. Md. (UPH -Baltimore
Colts' all-pro safetyman
Milt Davis suffered a bruised hip
Tuesday while batting down a
pass in a practice session and will
be out of action for a week to 10
MADONNA OF THE
with Francis Ledcrcr
Royals Draw Closet To irsi
r arm aW-J
SEZ YOU! Joe Adcock believed Juan Pizarro of the
Braves had Pee Wee Reese picked off first base at County.
Stadium in Milwaukee, but Umpire Deacon Dehnore didn't
Elliot Shatters World
Mile Record With Three
Others Bettering Mark
By DONAL O'HIGGINS
DUBLIN, Ireland (UPI) Herb
Elliott, 20-year-old Australian foot,
racing phenomenon, set a new
world record of three minutes,
54.5 seconds yesterday in the
greatest "miracle mile" ever run.
Five miiers alt broke the lour-
m inula hjrriar fmir nf f hom cur.
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Lniiuj; we jiMt-u wunu recuiu ui
. r-rt n if
j:ao.u in a uxizziuig ram ai uie
Clonliffe Harriers and Crusaders
track and field meet.
Elliott shaved 3.5 seconds off the
recognized world mark set by Aus.
tralia's John Landy at Turku, Fin Finland,
land, Finland, June 21, 1954.
Merv Lincoln of Australia trail,
ed Elliott to the tape by 15 yards
in 3:55.9 and Ron Delany oi Ire
land was third in 3:57.5. Murray
Halberg of New Zealand, who fin.
ished fourth, also was credited
with a 3:57.5 clocking. Albert
Thomas, another Australian run
nel, linished fifth in 3:58.6.
The four-minute barrier, which
eluded the world's greatest run runners
ners runners throughout history until Rog Roger
er Roger Bannister of England showed
everyone the way on May 6, 1954,
with a 3:59.4 clocking, now has
been broken a total of 45 times
by 20 different runners.
A 3:57.2 mile performance by
England's Derek Ibbotson in July
of 1957 has not been recognized
as a record on
he was "paced
the grounds that
during the race.
Family Night Makes
Big Splash At Balboa
A typical rainy season down -pour
did not dampen the spirits
of those who enlhusiasticly attend
ed Balboa Pool's first ramily
Night on Monday.
A contingent of the 637 children
now taking part in the Schools Di
vision s summer swimming pro
gram at Balboa Pool put on a
sparkling demonstration of the
skills learned in the courses which
they have completed.
The 40 students who represent represented
ed represented their respective classes includ
ed: four-year-old George fiu'ilinit
and five-year-olds Patrick Kiley
and Regina Ridge, who are mem members
bers members of the pre-school and kinder kinder-garden
garden kinder-garden group; Florence Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, iRruce McElheny, C.J. Roy.
and Robert Roy reoresented the
proud holders of Beginner badges:
Richard and Robert Mallahan,
Lynne Frauenheim, Teddy Bailey,
and Karen Gorden performed the
required skuis ior me lniemie
riiatp haripp- from the swimmers
class were Andy Jacobscn .Tody
SiimiYierfnrH Linda Fawcett K0-
ark Summerford, Zoann Bierman,
Duncan Summerford. and Mas'tie
Mahoney; Christina Vogt, Becky
Powelson, Eugene Linfors, and
Rnhort Wnlkpr teamed UD in D.lil'S
to demonstrate elementary rorms
of rescue and methods of w.iler
safety required for the Jr life
Six-year-old Karen Gorden and
Teddv Railey, who is seven, awed
the viewers with their duplicition
of life saving tecniques in aqua
tots precision. Pat Rodgers, noted
Canal Zone swimmer, preform.-d
advanced badge skills.
Wearinp beautiful floral lei".
Jane Holgerson and Carolyn
Mounts-members of tne syncromz
ed swimming class swam in grace
and unison In a lively routine set
to the music of "Tumbleweeo
A comedy relay called "The
Suitcase Race" put on by the Com
Monday's light rain was not suf.
ficient to make the track it San.
try stadium heavy. In fact, track
officials s aid the light drizzle
helped to put the course in good
condition. Since there was no fol following
lowing following wind or any other ques questionable
tionable questionable factor, officials bad little
doubt that the feat would obtain
"The pace was terrific," Elliott
gushed happily after the rate. He
said that during the first half-mile
he knew he was running thS fast fastest
est fastest race of his life.
"It was definitely my night," he
said. "Conditions were perfect.
And I must thank the wonderful
enthusiasm of the Irish crowd
for their terrific applause on my
Elliott's fractional times were:
58 seconds for the first quarter;
1:58 for the half, and 2:59 for
three.quarters. He ran the final
quarter in a phenomenal 55.5 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. This was the eighth time that
Elliott ran the mile in less than
four minutes. All of these racei'
were run this year. While com.
peting in California earlier this
year, Elliott ran two miles that
a!so beat Landy's listed record,
aimougn inese naa not yet re received
ceived received formal recognition. He was
timed in 3:57.8 at Los Angeles on
! May 16 and in 3:57.9 at Bakers,
I field on June 21.
petitive .Swimmers class won the
cheers of and laughter of the au
dience. Members of the two teams
included Andy Jocobson, Maggie
Mahoney, Harry Van Loon. Roak
Summerford, Linda Faucett, Bet Betty
ty Betty Van Dyke, Jim Wilson, Bever Beverly
ly Beverly Bowen and Frances Yost
The diving class also contribut contributed,
ed, contributed, to the program. Members who
preformed included Jody Summer Summerford,
ford, Summerford, Lerline Hadden, Bruce Mc
Elheny, Pam McElheny, Roark
and Duncan Summerford, Mary
and George Thompson and Gene
Harry VanLoon responded to
Joe Blackburn's challenge to race
anyone present in a 100 meter
ireeslyle race with or .without
swimming fins. Harry came olose
to UD.settine .toe's unrlpfpnf Ail ron.
ord. However, Joe Blackburn, who
is a lite guard at Balboa Pooisind
a Canal Zone Record Holder, was
The El Panama Skin Divers
Club exhibited and demonstrated
skin divers equipment and "know
how." Colonel Escade accurately
spear gunned a wooden fish which
was propelled underwater on a
line. AI Reynolds acting president
or me organization narrated the
event informing the audience with
interesting details of skin diving
The Aqua-flops, led by Bill Hat-chett-originator
of the group-made
a erand entrance into the nnnl nv
er the roof of the Balboa Club
house which adjoins the swimming
pool. Their original and hilarious
clown diving routine amazed and
delighted everyone present. Wil
liam Black, David Rejar, Joe Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds were the other members of
the ouartel Rill Hatchott Csnnl
Zone champion, later returned to
.1 t l-: r e .
luruiMi an exnioiuon 01 iancy aiv aiv-ing
ing aiv-ing on the 3 meter" board.
Hnrrv PnHv anH fornl ITlannilr.
en, pool life guards, joined Etnie
noariques in a comeay me aav-
NEW YORK, Aug. 7 (UPI) -The
surprising Montreal Royals
are drawing closer to their first
International League pennant since
The Royals, cellar-dwellers last
vear," swept a doubleheader trom
Miami, 3-1 and 6.3, last night to
increase tneir ftrstpiace lead ov
er Toronto to two and a half
Tom Lasorda won, his 17th game
of the season against only ftmr
setbacks in the nnnnnr a hp limit
ed the Marlins to five hits. Char
ley Rabe yielded 13 safeties in
tne seconq contest but managed
to SO the distance in Painino hie
In other games last night, Ernie
aroguo won nis tnird decision
without a loss as Toronto set back
Havana, 2-0, in the opener of a
scheduled twinbill, the second con contest
test contest being rained out; Buffalo stop stopped
ped stopped a late Richmond uprising to
edge the Vees, 8-7; and a Roches
ter topped Columbus, 1-0, in a"
game called after seven innings on
account of rain.
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68 48 .586 Vh
60 55 .522 10
58 60 .492 13V4
60 62 .492 XZV
52 64 .448 Wh
51 65 .440 19Va
49 69 .415 22V6
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MILWAUKEE (UPI) Young
Ken Venturi, who believes that
"winning brews more winning,''
is the favorite in the $35,000 Miller
Open starting today because
he's the defending dhampion
and because he is golf's biggest
winner this year.
Also because he's "putting hot"
Venturi, 27 socked in a 60-foot
putt in 'beating a couple of "old
pros" Julius Boros and Jack
Burke for the Glenelgles Open
title in Chicago Monday.
Two other winners of golf's big.
gest prizes this year also are en!
tered. They are Master's cham champion
pion champion Arnold Palmer and Onen
champion Tommy Bolt.
"uA chammon Dow Finsterwald
of Tequesta, Fla., withdrew from
the tournev late vesterrtav ntino
1 ... jr.. 0
Business in New York as the rea.
son ior cancelling his entry.
Venturi uncorked one of profes professional
sional professional golf's hottest streaks last
year in winning the Miller and St.
Paul Opens on successive week,
ends, and finishing 35 under par
for the two tournaments.
This year, he won the Thunder Thunder-birrJ,
birrJ, Thunder-birrJ, Phoenix, and Baton Rouge
events in a stretch that saw him
finish in the top 10 in 10 straight
Then his putter went awry, and
he was in the top 10 only twice in
the next 13 tournaments.
Both Boros and Bprke are in the
field along with the old slimmer.
Sammy 'Sneatf; Doug Ford. Bill
CasftBj, (iene Littler, and 20 to 25
oth?r who are enable of taking
the S,O00 top priffi.
ing act which enthralled as well
as Informed onlookers. The "E"
and "J" resusitator was used to
reviv Ernie' Rodriques who was
the supposed victim.
Following the pool show, pcc.
tators jrtined the cast in fun races
and games. Due" to the response
to these events another family
nile is being planned for the not
too distant future
Cditpr: CONRADO SARGEAN f
55 50 .524
52 Jl .505
52 55 .416
50 53 .415
48 52 .480
48 54 .42
l( Today's Game$
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N).
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee
Los Angeles at Chicago
San Francisco at St. Louft (N).
Los Angeles 100 003 001-5 10 1
Chicago 001 001 000-2 $ i
boro (8 7' Ubiae and
Briees (t,v a.j '2
Thacfer. J ""n ana
Pittsburgh 100 000 000-1 3 1
Milwaukee 200 000 00x-2 6 l
Law (9-10), Gross and Kravitz.
Willey (6-3) and Crandall.
Philadelphia 003 300 002-8 13 0
Cincinnati ooi oil 002-5 ll 1
Roberts (12.), Facrel and
HaHHiv t m a
ytmu,, ACKei, Jeffcoat
Lawrence and Burgess.
fNinht A. I
5an fCO 05n AAA iim m
hi- LOUIS WWl Ain AA.. n .
Worthmsffnn ,! T
Grissom Millo, cr ''
Thomas. m 1 a t,
Mabe, Wight, Stobbs (1-3), Paine,
Brosnan and Green.
BUDAPEST, Hungary (UPI)
Glenn Davis, the master hurdler
from Ohio State, lowered his world
record over the 400-meter barriers
to 49.2 seconds last night in
packing u. S. track stars to an
overwhelming triumph over Hunga Hungary.
ry. Hungary. Davis, whj set the official world
standard of 49.5 ir. the tryouts for
uiympics, clipped three three-tenths
tenths three-tenths of a second off that clock clocking.
ing. clocking. When last night's time
was announced, 40,000 Hungarians
stood and cheered. The 23-year-old
Davis then raced aroUnd the
huge Nep Stadium waving to the
No official tally of points was
kept in the two-day meet but the
American men officially register registered
ed registered a 127 to 68 victory. The U.S.
women, who lost in Moscow and
Warswa, outscored the Hungarian
Running on a fast track in per perfect
fect perfect weather, Davis led all the
way. Josh Culbreath of Norris-
kl ""'"""'18 lH& 9NI jw
NATIVE DANCERS The traditional veils, worn for centuries.
"'f uccu uisMiura oy vne current generation ol Pakistani
Birls. Swirline skirts and fanrv stpn mart ri.m,. :
- ---- j "ignis in
Karachi, where these cool customers cut loose to the beat of
aome local rock 'n' roll.
i.ATS Fill WliR NEEDS!
W L Set. GB
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ui Today's Games
Washington at Boston.
(Only game scheduled) v
Washington 000 001 001-2 3
Boston 203 08ft nive 10
Ramus Ctft.in V.1..4.: ij..- .....
nese and Korcheck.
orewer (c.10) and White.
Cleveland at Detroit r.t
JVeW Vrtrlr nnn vn J
Baltimore 000 000 100 1 5 n
Ditmar (8-2) and Howard.
Harshman (8-10) and Triandoi:
(Want Gam) j
Chicago 000 220 000-4 10 0
Kansas City 200 000 000-2 6 0
Pierce (11-8) and Battey.
Davis (2-3), Daley, Herbert and
EXTRA RACE APPROVED
LOS ANGELES (UPI) The Cal California
ifornia California Horse Racing Board has
given the Del Mar Turf CUb per per-mission
mission per-mission to stage one extra rac
each Wednesday for the remain
der of the current meeting. There -will
b(e nine races on each of the
last five Wednesdavs of thn mppf
town, Pa., was far ahead of the
rest of the field but was 10 yards
behind, Davis at the tape.
Tom Courtney of Irvington, N.
J., Margaret Matthews of Atlanta,
Ga., and Earlene Brown of LoS
Angeles posted the other outstand outstanding
ing outstanding performances during the string
of American triumphs.
Courtney, the Olympic 800-meter
champion, had hoped to better the
world mark of 1?45.7 held by Bel Belgium's
gium's Belgium's Roger Moens for that dis dis-tance
tance dis-tance but had to settle for a new
stadium mark of 1:47.0. Miss Mat Matthews
thews Matthews set an American record of
20 feet. 3.25 inches in winning tha
women's broad jump. She better-
ea me roanc ot 20 feet, 2 inches
set at Warsaw last Saturday by
Lillian Green of New York.
Mrs. Brown, the 220 pound
housewife who surprised the Rus Russians
sians Russians bv winning (ho wrmon'.
0 IT UllllU J
sjiot put at Moscow, won that
event with a new stadium record
of 52 feet, 11.2 inches.
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I Wilder, 2b
AND THANK YOU MR. DAN- "We ever. got. some players from j m!; j
IEL: Maybe it's illegal, un-Ameri-before a Senate committee. . -' d
can and preposterous, but evert' A crack like this by an Ivy r .' p
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OnCe inev lormany witty u f uiBimsBai. nuoicvci ucwuic Lutz lb
turn over their remaining ALlstar Gen. Trujillo? Dixxy Dean ...
dates to their DenverHarm club, scoffs at expanding the uigi
Chalk Up 19-2
An ail star team from Mechanic Mechanicsburg,
sburg, Mechanicsburg, Pa. fell victim to the Ci.ral
Zone All Stars last night as they
chlked up their eighth consecu consecutive
tive consecutive victory on an exhibition tour
en route to the National Teener
tournament in Mersney, fa.
The Zonians scored 19 runs to
their opponents two. Gary Ness
pitched the 6 inning game, allow allowing
ing allowing only two hits, walked three
and struck out seven. The com committed
mitted committed two erron.
Mechanicsburg used two pitch pitchers
ers pitchers on th? mound who gave up 14
hits and made eight errors. They
scored their only two runs in the.
first inning, while Panama had
four big innings scoring six mns
i the fourth, one in the fifth and
in the second inning, seven tuns
in the fourth, one in the fifth and
finished off with five l the sixth
Highlight of the game was a
home run bv right lielder John
Rateman with two men on in the
fourth inning. Girardi and Dona
hue got into the game, too, by re replacing
placing replacing Bateman and Pearl in the
fi'th inning. This information wa
received via amateur radio irorrl
Mrs. Virginia Harvey, of Balboa
with the help of Fred Rayburn, Co Coco
co Coco Solo. A Mr. Hpple of Lemoyne,
Pa., who lives nine miles from
Mechanicsburg and himself a ra radio
dio radio ham. attended the game. He
met manager Erie Sanders and
Coach Bob Ness and talked with
the boys before and after the
gajme. Not being able to get
through to the Isthmus he gave
the game news to Jack Tood In
Harrisburg, Pa., who relayed it to
the Canal Zone.
The Panama team has three
i more exhibition games to play be be-jfore
jfore be-jfore entering the tournament Aug.
I 10 in Hershey. Today Caiiislie,
Pa., tomorrow MiMintown, ft.
and Saturday Huntingdon, Pa.
I The box score:
' E& mWWmWm$?y$mfMmr : '$KaEl 9BLAMmm
WHIRL SERIES Off and roaring, with spectators practically in the act, more motorcyclists
than you can count spin around the first turn at Sint Anthonis in the province of North Bra Brabant,
bant, Brabant, Netherlands. They are off in the very rugged International Motor Cross Country race.
SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
THRU THE IRONING HOUR!
Sat in a...
the BIG honing
aid in the little box
I Klipper, 3b
The iunior varsity would probably
more than hold their own against
the seven Sad SaCka 'that" com-'
prise what is hilariously called
the contention. The arrangement
would have gate appeal as a
nnvltv and as a reproach to
leagues. . miai aie uie.v M.c,anlcsburg
to use for material? Bell hops?" o.-.j-
.In' the first four months last wi-tH,, r(
.295. .440. This season: 219, .402
.295, 44. This season: 219, 297,
344, 309. . ."I'm a guess hii.ter
and I've been guessingT wrong.
I Harvey, 2b
rf ,,1.1........ .. ,,t t, . i' I I .... i .,
tront omce siuimumess ; ne explains, (we Know now tne r enmel
quarters might produce healthy great man must fee. e didn't parr
results. 1 oee wnai a v.i.a.... guess ngni once on me aauy aou aou-does
does aou-does for a feliow. Sparks the j Die during our vacation.)
mind. Spawns brilliant, bold, dar-j
ing ideas. Now if we'd had just
two more weeks. ... PAYOFF SERIES: Calumet
seems to be getting along rea?on-
If the aulJ we" wunoui wiiiie nariacK.
Player Of The Day
The trouble with the St. Louis
Cardinals pitchers is they're
either very good or very bad.
Take Larry Jackson, 27-year old
righthander, for example. His
season record is an unimpressive
89 and lie's been exiled to the
bullpen twice this season. Yei he
was good enough to be selected
on the National League All Siar
team and Monday night he
Jackson struck out 12 batters
and yielded only five hits ar he
hurled the Cardinals out of a
seven same losing streak with a
3 2 decision over the Los Angeles
Dodgers. Although a right hande'l
side armei Jackson struck out
A native of N a m p a, Idaho.
Jackson had a 15-9 record last
season hut his lour vc;i hi
league record reflects his in and
MACOONALO A MUI LIMIT1D, PlitlHT..
hitting Duke Snider iour
performances it's exactly
31 wins and 34 losses. I
OCEANPORT, N. J. (NFAO
Because a groom needed a tnird
horse, a tail switching fill not
a third chance to make good.
The three-year-old is Calumet
Farm's A Glitter which, although
fRANE f NAVAJO) AMMIRATI who stands 5 feet 11 inches, bred to the purple, disappointed
and weighs 145 pounds is the left hand hard-hitting shortstop of the Jimmy Jones late last fall and
CZ VFW Teener champions now on tour in the United States. j early the past spring.
Frank is going back fo the third time to Hershey to help bring After Tim Tarn won the Ken Ken-back
back Ken-back the championship trophy. Frank was a member of the Fastlich j tucky Derby, Trainer Jones pon
League champions, the "Ocelots," and was the league's heavy hitter aered whether A Glitter should
with a luslv .574 batting average and he also led in home runs with be shipped north or sent to the
a total of 11. He already has three homers in U.S. exhibtion play to fffmJ,V10HliheHBbr0OlmareS U
lead his teammates in that department. ,,d "T'lhS.
Frank is one of the two left hand hitters on the team and he h! he ,haion,e "f the 8?
has one of the strongest arms on the team. Frank was born in New
tiie r"le stable's A Glitter won Mon
i.,,a it mninlQin 1 ri
presc.R .uw ... moUth.s $56 m feature Saturdav
fu LT' hTL ,, smtrious while the estranged Hartaek was
'k.u.-.- will havp even nlf ved : not. even .ln the money
.500 baseball. And
about as often a Jayne
SEGUAR BEATS TRABERT
CAEN, France (UPD 1 Pan-
Carfttr. nt Friiarlor Hpte.Ifl
Manhattan' .T... ., ,uT.Tu..u uu.
that happens f
e Mans "oies inai a nu MiaiiKgrr.v g g 2 anJ
field spurns a press photograp.ier ". --e-
Yanks won iy ",,,,-. -,,:; ,z ::":
, n icasi tut i (Kiiiiml; iiinrm-
was a horse short, Jones loaded
York but came to the Canal Zone when very young. All of his school- -' P'8 -'
a ulilter won the Betsy Toss
Stakes, handed the first defeat to
Klun, won the Coaching C'ub
American Oaks. She went into the
Monmouth Oaks as the favorite.
And what i dream dessert I Royal Gelatins
art just naturally delicious. Kids go
crazy for 'am. Good thing, too, 'cause all
, seven flavors ara packed with
Vitamin C. Best of all you can
make them in a jiffy
ing has been in the Canal Zone. He was on the Balboa track team
this year and his speciality was the "000".
Frank plans on making baseball his career and shows a lot of
spirit both on and off the field.
" T.- Tra Ki-t rf ft nr'i lin ft I
111 1 1
wnen nit hum "j Vn;
'ji fAi;nKir.0 iik ai.rlV
I" Sep. 4) the sTcondndhirdi can't complain. The NL .pen-
u. W in '27 nant is, almost sure to he decid
place clubs were 545 In 27,,
a recoru, wiiuhus , ... 7 iv r
ua.ys i mis momn ai aan
eated feliow Austral!
8-3. 6-1, In pro tennis
.irlian tll.'V Spt
fourth pacers were .sai, -jo: .------, "r" r "r "during tne wasmngion ram.-m
That year the Browns lost 94 the Giants play the Braves f.ye games jiingtOT program.
Red Sox 103. (A vacation sharp-! five days Say, who sole .Wd-
ens your m'erest in statistics. Me Mays home run bat? (Don't, WINS TITL1 RACI
especially if vou spend most of it '"ok at us. We didn t even suing, pAR(s (VVD- Use Konrads. 14.
trvinfe to beat the galloping glue' ping-pong paddle all the time, Australian swimming star, easily
S.S!wh i Monthly US Theater-TV
Shows Depend On Success
Of Patterson-Harris Bout
RIDES FOUR WINNERS
CHICAGO (UPD Witlie ol.oe
maker roue tour winners munuaj
By JACK CUDDY
Happened to .
LUBBER BOY: And speaking
of statists, Vic Scutari, wrest wrestling's
ling's wrestling's pitch man, breathlessly in--forms
us that Paul Andei son's
chest is fl inches larger thanJack
Dempsey's at his prime, his neck
is 3Vi inches greater than Pr.mo
Camera's and his thigh stanch stanches
es stanches more in girth than Joe Louis'.
Fascinating items and yet some somehow,
how, somehow, we find them less beguiling
than Miss Universe's 36 24 3G, An
derson, Olympic wifting cham champion,
pion, champion, makes his local boW at
ine raen o-u-. -,"' ( professional. In 1938, the taknted
weighs 350 and has the tanw-.J, Oakland. CsUf., achiev achiev-ed
ed achiev-ed dovvn, lumpy look o a 1or,y e(, a J -Australian,
Galento who has J"0 Wimbledon. French and U.S. titles,
unging steel safe hii hd., won ,he v fa
(Nothing like hat .PnP?cdw. 0lbledon the year oelore, too When
nson our vacation bat once htnjhe (i(,m,() pro in11,39 he. proved
We were 12 years bid. . pniiallv P:ferHvp anrl .onn umn fh
to the broadcast of the Hay Kob
' inson-Carnien Basilio return bout
NEW YORK (UPD Irviiu B. at Chicago in March. And w fi-
won the women's 400 meter free- Kahn. president of the Teleprompt-: gure tnai ai leasi one per een,
style race at the French chamber Corp.. may start monthly tnea of those 20 million will go to the
Dionsnips toaay wun a ume in. luur, tre I v snows wrtnin tne next year """ -. .".
minutes, 59.S seconds. Uf the Ftoyd Patterson-Roy Harris no nome Droaaeasi.
fitu f crlit nrnv.c a rnmw I ivp me uimi iiiuiui s. m in-
anH financial success. will pay a very high per
NEW TACKLE REPORTS
SALEM, Ore. (UPD- J.T. Frank
cnberger, a 245 pound tack'e ob obtained
tained obtained by the New York Giants
from the Washington Redskins in
an off-season trade, reported to
his new club Monday and took his
first workout. He recently was
discharged from the Army.
Gelatin in 7 glorious
aW v3ev -.. A
t n m t Man aaw
POUNDAGE MELTS OFF
defensive end. melted off 12 pounds
while working out in 95 degree heat
. 1-.. J ,1.J lo Ot null
red-haired per (th dg ,bove Wf regular
fectionist of the tennis cort, wool " iBh,
every majdr championship in fhe!playlng w",Kmj
world fn the years just before x,,..
j World War II both amateii' and
litter, will pay a very
ccntage if Harris wrests the crown
MORAGA, Calif. (UPD Bobj Kahn, a nephew of songwriter from Patterson or puts up a ,-eu-Toneff,
San Francisco Forty-Niner j Irving Berlin, would like to hear, sational light. At the other ex-
ine music oi iuur-mnini-uuiui ui i ireine, uii uimiiuuiuis f;aincHi
five-million dollar gates at regular will be very low it the bout is
intervals for big fights, football a fiasco.
classics. World Series games, bas. "Should we' be wrong in our
kelball championships and red hdt appraisal of this fight, we'll get
Rroadwav staee shows. about $200,000 less than we would
I'm considering the possiuuin" have been assured on a straigtu-
YORK (UPD A field i
of 199 has been entered
pro crown from
TAKE FIVE: Secretary Dulles' . 'ainnin Au". 11 at Greenwich
refers ro it as a ''meeting at thej --- fonn th n. s Golf Associafcn
pinnace and if this is a dev -1 t York,s Town6Tennis .announced today.
Oils at ruipi hj utiiiiuac us j......
the of presenting outstanding montniy away contract, he said
Women's National Amateur goll auracuuns uuuuku ..u.cu-w,..
championshin at the Wee Burn television t theatres and other
fountn- Cl"b, Djiren. Conn., A'i2.: locations in the United States nnd
18-23 the U. Golf Association 1 Canada," he said today. Bu be
announced today. 1 fore I go any further, 1 II wai.
1 and see what success" we have
NEW YORK (UPD A record with the Patterson-Harris iighl on
84 entries have been received for Aug. 18.'
(i,p r.-Hs tumor ehamp'onshm be-
WOULD CUT COSTS
Kahn stressed that costs would
he nrtich cheaper all alone the
chic players it won't work. A ,--! "T "V" j BALTIMORE, Md. (UrD- UICK i"Y",fv .l. "Z 1" ..
year old police captain swam Jie uul i ilif pr I Nicholson, the Baltimore ()noles' me cioseu circuu smms nC
J ; nerons annrtrv Thprp til .omp. . 1...... . t- .-,. h,r intprvak m
Niawara mver in a strainccnei -r-, :,.,;"'. 11 18 vear old siis.ouu nnus oaoy.
ispatcn neRieetea; fu"V' 7" '".S-"1 was scheduled tods
but the wire dispn
to note whether this was the gen gentleman's
tleman's gentleman's conventional off dui.s at attire
tire attire If the Giants are "'freaks,"
is Casey Stengel insists, 'iow
would he describe the hole in the the-head
head the-head experts who picked them to
iinish last? Age has its compen
sations. The old Keystone cops,
for example, never had to scrape
pizza pies off their noble faces.
It would be interesting to Ktuw
whether the Army plane that iiit
a height of 17 mles discovered
the debt ceiling We sent to va vacation
cation vacation cards,, saying "wish yu
were here" because, being patrio patriotic,
tic, patriotic, we were determined to Waft
until the postal increase went in into
to into effect.)
ing in doubles with promoter Jack
Kramer, he managed to win third
Dlace money in n recen' Kramer
tournament at Forest hills.
I t il..,l rtf n,na nr tuirp A VP.'ir on
was scnpouieu lonay 10 unn.-p'" ." -
tests and treatment for a baekgraD-uag aaies.
Pilmeni that has sidelined" him Although Irving is not the pro
the past 10 days moter of record for the Patterson-
Harris fight at Eos Angeles, his
1 I all-out promotion of sales for the
Bold Ruler Retired
After Ankle Injury
SARATOGA, SPRINGS, N.Y. (U
PD Bold Ruler, a four year year-old
old year-old colt who gained sports f.ime
in less than two years of raring
has been retired by Sunny J4m
Fltzsimmons, 84 -year old dean of
. A CHEAP LAUGH: College ioot-, Bold Ruler earned 764,204 won
ball has less to feaj from its ene- 23 of 3.1 stars and was vo ed
mines than its friends, as wii,.ess "horse of the year" in 1S57. Fitz Fitz-tfce,
tfce, Fitz-tfce, coarse per ormance of Hughit 1 simmons announced Monday that
Daugherty, Michigan Stale couch, I Bold Ruler has been stopped by
before a Senat committee. . an ankle injury.
your body elaan. out aeldj
nfl iHJl.onou. wmim In your blood
throurh million, of tiny fSUtM tuba
or flltr In th. kldnaya. Whrti frtna
Invul. the.. d.Hcat tube, .nrt IjtI IjtI-tale
tale IjtI-tale the bladd.r. nmklnrt you .uff.r
from th dlscomtort. re.ultins Irom
ih.a Infection.. tri.n you f.el Old,
(lrd, nervou. and d.pr.ir.d. Trj
Cy.t.x nd f.t ff.otlv. relief from
th... Hlnint. Cy.t.K oomhata
nrni, cl.ana out xcja acM. ffo
kidney t and bladder an iKioth.e IrH IrH-luted
luted IrH-luted tiMuee. A.V for Cvat.x from
your druialet today and ... how
much better and hapil.r you will rjjl
again. i Cy.. from your ni miut
CHICAGO (NEA) Local boat
ing regulations throughout the na
lion may be reexamined a the
result o'i a court decision in a lest
fas? which juugeu an ordiuanct
prohibiting the use of outboard
motors iaigei than seven and-a-half
horsenower on a small lake
:.. ur: 1... --,,.,.. ..,. KIQ' I
111 vv 1SLUI1.-.I1I HI in utiiv(i.uiu1,tnc
Judge Eugene Eish of Polk
County, Wis., said the ordinance
cxce;.ed tile authority vested in
1 tht' town board to regulate noise
and es ablish sa ety regulation., re-
516.000 seats now available
1 ,1 ...... V,nn I,.! lw.
WCaiies Ju rticuan una ,m' -,ll-,, I,,, 1 1
j boxing world with a refreshing im. '. was im
nc former director of radio anl'fW 0"!!:,'"rl.m0'?"i
TV for 20th Century-Fox said the gUe flf lhc mAm no, nm,s
1 eieprompier .orpoi aiiuii i'i
which Western Union has a robust I
interest will laKe a $275,000 gam gamble
ble gamble on eliminating a radio broad-1
noise is created.''
Furthermore, the .judge said, it
,, amn.l.ula,l "l,v nrmnn.
cast of the fight and on si,n!n? V idence" that a iaw
motor did not creal a larger ,ake!
than a seven and n half horsepow
a sliding-seaie, must ne goon iinnr.
REJECT RADIO OFFERS
He said "We have rejected of offers
fers offers as high as $75,000 fot the
roadrast rights in order 1,1 v.f-
Madison, Wis. (NEA) There
are more than 200,000 outb'i.rf1
tract more fans to the theatres. motors In use in Wisconsin owned
W know tbal 20 million listened by stale residents.
NEW MEN'S HATS
and slyled-right shapes
two latest fashion styles
in blue, charcoal,
hliie-gray and brown
Vou receive a Free ticket of our
Double Christmas Raffle for every
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1951
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1954 Buiek 'Convertible, radio
power brakes b steering, white
tires, leather upholstery
1957 Fiat 4DR Sedan. Excellent
J ,52 Mercury-Hard top Coupe
litonc. radio, W W tires, excel excellent
lent excellent conditions.
1954 Buick-4DR Sedan, tutone,
power steering, radio, leather up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, WS W tires.
1955 Chevrolet, radio, new up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, standard. 6 cyl.
1953 Chevrolet Bel Air ADR 6
cyl., radio, WSW tires, power
AUTOS EISENMAN. Sells the
best used cars at the best prices.
Tels. 2-2616, 2-4966. Next to
the Coca Cola Plant.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chrysler Sa Saratoga;
ratoga; Saratoga; 4 dr.. white and gold,
power equipment plus other ex ex-tret;
tret; ex-tret; may accept trade in; $1,000
below cost, Rodman 3784..
FOR SALE: 1957 Mercedes
Bcnx hardtop coupe, sort wave
radio, black, verv little mileage,
duty paid. Call Panama 3-7192
FOR SALEb 1930 Model "A"
Ford $150. Balboa 2-3676,
house 152 I B Gavilan Road.
FOR SALE : 19 56 Dodge Coro Coronet
net Coronet with extra $1400. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2427 or 2-2392.
FOR SALE: 58 Chevrolet Bel Bel-Air,
Air, Bel-Air, V 8, standard shift. 4 door,
hard top. sedan, two tone, plastic
seat covers, radio, wrear seat
speaker with or wi-hout air con conditioning.
ditioning. conditioning. Less than 5000 miles.
r- FOR SALE: 57 Willys jeep.
Meckel C5. less than 6000 miles,
new top, undercoated. Albrook
" -r a
FOR SALE: I 958 deluse Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet sedan, 3,000 miles, w.s.w.,
radio, totone paint, like new,
$2,160. 0599 A Bayano St. An Ancon
con Ancon 2-2744.
8 MARVELOUS DAYS
Bogota Medellin Cali
ALL EXPENSES PAID
(Complete Tour S150.00
2ft Months to Pay)
CALL 2-2006 & 2-2112
OYD MOTHERS. INC
I i 20 Tlvoli Ave. -P.O. Box 1626
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with en bedroom $75.00.
96 Via Porras. Tel. 3-2128.
FOR RENT: High in El Can Can-greje.
greje. Can-greje. Very elegantly furnished
one bedroom apartment with
dinette, living, dining porch, ga garage,
rage, garage, screened. Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 90 Street No. 16, San
Francisco, Tel. 3-2457.
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 bet-wean,
wean, bet-wean, two bedrooms and extra
bathroom. Suitable for two cou couples.
ples. couples. Enquire, janitor Powell at
Tl-132 4th of uly Avenue or
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR KENT: One bedroom
apartment with ell commodities.
Via Porrei Tel. 3-5646.
FOR RENT: Just built, cool,
modern, two bedroom apart apartments,
ments, apartments, lext to No. 149, Belisa Belisa-rio
rio Belisa-rio Porras, near 50th street, $65.
RICHMOND. Va. (UPI) With
segregation in Prince. Edward
County schools virtually assured
for one more school term, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia officials turned heir atten attention
tion attention torjay to three other areas
where a breakdown n the segre.
gatfon pattern was possible.
been ordered effected in Septem.
her in Charlottesville. Norfolk
and Arlington. The stale was mar
shalling forces to meet the situ situation
ation situation with many "massive, resis resistance"
tance" resistance" Itws. 1
NAACP attorneys announced
today they would appeal a fed
eraf court ruling that gave Prince
Edward seven years to desegre.
gate, but legal processes could
not be completed in time to force
a Slowdown in the sputhsid'e Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia county this fall.
Gov. J. Lindsay Almond can.
celled a planned European trip so
he can be on hand to take charge
when schools open in September.
A committee of the State Board
of Education is working on a plan
for administration erf a I'a"w that
would give state tuition grants to
students attending privae schools
in localities where public schools
are closed. The law implements
anoiher that would close any in integrated
tegrated integrated school.
The tuition laws specify that
children would receive a pro-rated
share of the monev spent on pub public
lic public schooling in their respective
locality the previous year but no
program has been formulaed for
the method or time of payment.
Arlington, unlike Norfo!' and
Charlottesville which are under
general desegregation orders, has
been directed to admit seven
named Negro children to specific
Cinch To Be 1st
FliminntW In AL
WASHINGTON (UPI! It's n
j Inss-un who ad journs firsl Hip
lawmaking Senators or thp base baseball
ball baseball Senators
Current estimates are thai the
presentf Session of Coneress will
end in two or three weeks
But baseball's last-place Sena
lors may not last that long Any
( combination of 26 Senator looses
and New York Yankee wins and
I the Yankees win about as n'ten
I as the Senators lose means thU
town's team onre again will be
the first learn eliminated from the
big league pennant races.
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI Util Utility
ity Utility man Mel Roach of the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves rested comfortably
today following surgery to rpair
torn ligamenls in his left knee
which have sidelined him for the
remainder of the season.
Dr. Bruce 'Brewer, team phvsi
cian, performed thp operation
Roach was hurt Sunday in a
1 collision with the Giants' Daryl
Spencer on a force double piay.
Bogen, University, Webcer
Tanney, Wharfedale, Tho Tho-rens.
rens. Tho-rens. Top US., European
and Japanese Blues. Design
Engeneering and Custom
building facilities. Easy
45 St. and Via Espafta
I f AVE YOUR AD WITH ONE Of OUR
INTERNAL. BE PUBLICACIONdS No 3 Lottery Plau CA8A ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOVRDES PHARMACY 1K2 La Carrasquilla ARM AC! A LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 21 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. e J St. g LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvolt No. 4 a KAR.MACI A ESTADOS UN1DOS 14 Central Ave.
t ARMACIA LUX 14 Central Avenue a HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Pco. ete le Ossa Ave. No. 41 a KOTO DOMY Juste Aroeemeno Ave. and 33 St. o t AR AR-MAC1A
MAC1A AR-MAC1A VAN DER J1S 50 Street No. 53 e F ARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lelevre 7 Street a F ARMACIA "SAS" Via Porras 111 e) NOVEDADES A THIS
Beside the Bella VUU Theatre.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 368 1.
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, the best beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. The
new management is at your serv service.
ice. service. FOSTER'S Cortao.es and Large
Beach House One mile past the
Casino Phone Balboa 1866.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
on beach. Phone Thompson,
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottage
Santa Clara R d P Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3 1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
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 3-0868
0868 3-0868 after 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, maid's room, ga gauge,
uge, gauge, screened. Calle 50 No. 25.
Bella Vista SI 1 5.00. Tel. 2 2-0481.
0481. 2-0481. FOR RENT: Spacious and eom eom-Hrtable
Hrtable eom-Hrtable chalet in 94 street San
Francisco and 50 Street No. 31.
Three bedrooms livingroom, din din-ingroom,
ingroom, din-ingroom, porch, kitchen, garage,
maid's rooms .with service inde independent.
pendent. independent. For information call
Tel. 2-2037. Can be teen from
5 to 6 p.m.
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
leave evrv Tues. and Fr!.
Tel. Panama 3-1661
the first and only
no more burned out tubes
guaranteed lor life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
155 Central Ave.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
With built-in Universal
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
I'nltcit Slatm District Court For
Thr District of Thr Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Devello Emory Wilday, Plaintiff .- vs.
Strlla Mary Wlldav. Defendant Sum Summons
mons Summons Case No. 4717 Civil Docket 21
Action for divorce.
To the above named defendant:
You are hereby required to appeal
nd answer Ihe complaint filed In (he
nbove enlilled action within ninety days
:)fter the first date of publication
In rase of your failure to so appear
;ind answer, 'judgment will r- taken
against you by default for the relief
'iemanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable C.ulhne F
Crowe. Judge. United Stale, Dirtrlcl
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this August 5. 19SB.
Sara i la Pena
By 'a Lola E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Stella Mary Wilday:
The foregoing summons Is served up
on you by publication pursuant lo the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe. Judge. United Steles Dlstrlil
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated August 4. 1958, and enter
ed and filed In this action In the of office
fice office of the Clerk of said Unlled Stales
District Court for the Division of Bal
boa, on August 4. 19.18.
Sara d I Prrla
By s Lola E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13 37
FOR SALE: Beautiful Antique
secretary 1 29.00; Mahogany up up-'
' up-' bolstered 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 pc.
Rattan living room set 99.00;
large kitchen cabinets 65.00;
modern coffee tablet 18.00,' end
tables 7.50; Basket chairs 12.00;
New Mattresses 12.50; Pillow
1.50; Chair 2.50; CASH DIS DISCOUNTS
COUNTS DISCOUNTS Household Exchange
National Ave. No. 41. Tel.
3-491 1, 3-7348.
FOR SALE Kenmore washer, con
ventional, good condition, not
rusty. Price $60. 2 year old.
2164-A Curundu. Phone 83 83-7116.
7116. 83-7116. FOR SALE: Heywood Wakefield
9 pc. living room let, plastic
covered cushions; mahogany din dining
ing dining room table and two chain.
Excellent buy. 53rd street, El
Cangrejo No. 17, Apt. 1.
FOR SALE: Duomatic Bendix
washing-drying machine. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. 10081, 10th. St.
Apt. 3 upstairs, Colon.
FOR SALE: Household effectt
of L. H. DcVore, deceased, in
eluding one 6.1. monitor top,
all porcelain refrigerator, 60
cycle, one hospital bed. Quarter
0629-C, Gam boa, Saturday
FOR SALE: Bamboo, chrome
set, Chinese rugs, metal furniture,
ether household articles. House
716-A Prado. Balboa.
FOR SALE: A good piano in
perfect condition. Tel. 3-4947
or 3-0672. 7-8 Leonidas F. Gar Garcia.
cia. Garcia. Calle 33 No. 6-33.
NEW YORK: Mayor Robert
Wagner, Temoving himself from
ination for The senate:
"I would refuse a draft. There
will not be any draft movement."
LOS ANGELES: Grandma Lo Lo-mie
mie Lo-mie Pucket, who is fighting evic eviction
tion eviction from her house so work on a
new freeway can continue, on
"People can buy Cadillacs with
money paid for their houses and
then live in the Cadillacs while
they drive around the freeways in
BEIRUT, Lebanon: Rebel chief
Saeb Salam, expressing satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction at President-elect Fuad Che Che-hab's
hab's Che-hab's expressed attitude toward
the presence of American troops
"We are happy to note that the
new president has assigned as his
first national objective the with
drawal of foreign forces."
WASHINGTON: Sen. Joseph C.
O'Mahoney (D-Wyo.) warning of
the insidious nature of infaltion in
connection with the current rise
in steel prices:
"Industrial leaders can't allow
suffer great economic losses be because
cause because of inflation and hope lo
the government and people to
Cut At 361 Games
BALTIMORE, Md. (UPl)--Sec
ond baseman Billy Gardner's con
secutive game playing streak end
ed at 361 games Tuesday night
when ha faUed to break into the
Baltimore Orioles' lineup.
Gardner is expected to be side
lined several days as. a result ot
being hit by one of Don Larsen's
pitches in Monday night's game
with the Mew York Yankees.
KEEP UP WITH
WHAT'S GOING ON
a Big Investment
Low Rental Rates
e Inmmediate Installation
"H" STREET. PANAMA MBKKKIA FRECIADO 7 Street No. 13 e AGKNCIAS
COME! HURRY! COME!
Just received large shipment art
porcelain war, big bowls, vases,
flower post, platan etc; beauti beauti-full
full beauti-full carved largo brass trays,
bowl. Gongs, many new styles
furniture, baskets and novelties.
GRAND DISPLAY AT. LUM'S
40 F. de la Ossa Ave. 11.
FOR SALE: Complete Apeco
photo exact copier with auto auto-tat
tat auto-tat machine, timer and photo
paper afe S'ixll and 8V$xl4
sheets. For information call Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-4619.
FOR SALE: Whirlpool, 60 cycle
automatic washing machine. Very
good condition. $90,001 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
FOR SALE : Kchler IV: Kw
light plant DC, very good condi condition,
tion, condition, 0765-B. Williamson Place,
Balboa, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday.
FOR SALE: I accordian, 12
base, like new, $25.00, 1 (olid
mahogany dining set, 8 pieces,
$45.00, 5 184-A Diablo, phone
FOR SALE: Buick 51 Special,
good condition, new tires. Up Upright
right Upright piano, good condition.
Wringer type, washer 25 cy.
904-C Rousseau W. Bank. Navy
FOR SALE: Complete Amateur
Radio Station; Collins Receiver
and Speaker, DX-100 Transmit Transmitter
ter Transmitter Co-ax switch, Bean Antenna,
Instrument will demostrate Sa Saturday
turday Saturday and Sunday. Call 3-1944,
House 8162 Sabal Street, Marga Margarita,
rita, Margarita, C. Z.
To Take Her Back
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Barbara
Burns, 20-year. old daughter of the
late comedian, Bob (Bazooka)
Burns, pleaded with her mother
today to take her back "now that
I've licked the narcotics habit."
"I'm trying to set my life in
order, and the love of my mother
comes first," the tall, slender, auburn-haired
girl told United Press
"I guess I disappointed mom
and dad from the beginning," she
said. "They wanted me to go into
high society and that sort of life,
but 1 wanled to be a singer and
actress and they coudn't under understand
stand understand it.
"Maybe it was because I was
so heavy. I was always being
teased about being fat and had
such a complex that I was
ashamed to go into our swimming
pool. I lost 45 pounds taking nar narcotics,
cotics, narcotics, but it's better to be fat
than to do it that way."
Barbara, who was placed on
two years' probation after being
convicted of a misdemeanor nar
cotics charge Jast June 9, said the
last time she saw her mother was
in March, 1956, shortly after her
famous father died.
"That was before the narcot.
tics," she said, "1 just decided I
had to leave home and seek my
career my own way.
"1 took an apartment in Holly,
wood, but I had led such shel.
tered life that I was naive. Be Before
fore Before long. I was hanging around
with addicts in the places along
Sunset Boulevard and elsewhere.
Soon I was one of the:n. They
promised me I could lose weight
fast that way."
Last Jan. 7, Barbara was seized
with two men in a raid on her
Several months later she mar married
ried married the man convicted of being
her supplier, film technician Da David
vid David J. Mack, 27, during his trial.
"I was warned not to testify
against him and was scared," she
said, "So I married him. But I'm
having the marriage annulled. I
haven't seen him once since he's
been in jail."
INCREASE COMMISSION RATES
NEW YORK (UPI) -Thexgover-nors
of the American Stock Ex Exchange
change Exchange has ratified a proposal in increasing
creasing increasing commission rates on the
exchange to bring them in line
with those of the New York Stock
Exchange. The new rates go into
effect Aug. 26.
Capacities to fit any require requirements.
ments. requirements. 5 years guaranty
Duty free. Price for C. Z.
45 St. and Via Espafta
FOR SALE: In Allures del Cer Cer-re
re Cer-re Campana, house and lot for
$1,250.00. Write Box 4930 Pa Panama
nama Panama giving telephone or ad ad-drees.
drees. ad-drees. a 1 1 i A M
LOST: Brown and white dog
in or around Lo Rios. If found
plea call 2-4437, reward.
A comprehensive picture oi the
foreign cars of today and yester yesterday
day yesterday is presented in "A Treasury
of Foreign Cars," by Floyd Cly Cly-mer,
mer, Cly-mer, a book placed in circulation
this week by the Canal Zone Li Library.
brary. Library. Foreign-car aficionados, as
well as the millions of recently
converted American enthusiasts
will find this a goldmine of plea pleasure
sure pleasure and inlormation. The text is
illustrated by photographs of 300
of the lates a pleasure, racing and
sports cars irom 10 foreign co'un
The complete list of new books
and their authors announced by
the Library follows:
Non-Fiction Ideas, People and
Pace, Bowles; Treasury of Fo
reign tars Uymer; Ladies Home
Journal Book of Interior Decora Decoration,
tion, Decoration, Halsey; Poems to Red A A-loud,
loud, A-loud, Hodnett; My Brother's Keep
er, Joyce; Make Your Income
Count, Rogers; You and Your
Leaders, Roper; The Care of Your
Cat, Soderberg; Science in Every Everyday
day Everyday Things, Vergara; The Long
Haul West, Waggoner; Albert Gal-
latin, waiters; Worth Carolina
Guide, Writters' Program, North
Fiction Michelangelo the Flo Florentine,
rentine, Florentine, Alexander; Death of a
Spinster, Duncombe; The Last
Ride, O'Rourke; The Unrepentant,
Phillips; Alfred and Guinevere.
Schuyler; Destiny in Dallas, Sei-
lert; the Malignant Heart, Sibley;
On the Line, Swadps; Young Cae Caesar,
sar, Caesar, Warner.
Reference Collection Lovejoy-
jones uoiiege ucnoiarship Guide Guide-Lovejoy;
Lovejoy; Guide-Lovejoy; Guide to Career Informa Information,
tion, Information, New York Life; Speech In
Members o the Altamira Club
will hold an important meeting to.
morrow night at 7:30 in the french
Hall in Panama City.
It is understood that important
business in connection with the
club's anniversary dance on Sept.
20 at the Strangers Club in Colon
will be discussed at the meeting.
W. J. Becker, manager of the
Hotel Roosevelt has announced the
appointment of Elena Knox as as.
sistant manager of the hotel and
its associated operations.
TO OUR ADVERTISERS:
With a view toward improving service and correcting
irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to time,
-THE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a special
Please dial Tel.
WANTED: Messenger boy boy-porter,
porter, boy-porter, age 18-22, bilingual.
Writ apartado 5312, Panama,
R. P. Liating work experience
WANTED: dork, male, ago
18-22, bilingual, ability to type.
Write Apartado 5312, Panama,
R.P. Listing work experience and
WANTED: Bi-lingual secretaries
with shorthand. Servicio y Colo Colo-caciones.
caciones. Colo-caciones. Tel. 3-7028..
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1 21). "CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONf tALBOA 370
Complete boarding at private
country residence. Woman, mar married
ried married couple. 25 minute from
Balboa. Private bath, garage.
Writ box 593 Howard AFB Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
Used refrigerator wanted, gat or
kerosene. Call 6-198 Gamboe.
Interested in purchasing land in
Campana for farming purposes.
Phono 3-255! Panama.
FTC Says It Hasn't Enough Evidence
To Hold Inquiry Into Steel Price Hike
WASHINGTON (UPI) Chair Chairman
man Chairman John W. Gwynne said
today the Federal Trade Cosimis Cosimis-sion
sion Cosimis-sion did not have sufficient evi evidence
dence evidence of misconduct by tffir
dustry to justify a full-scale in inquiry
quiry inquiry into recent steel price in.
He told a Senate monopoly sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee the commission' job
was to uncover illegal ifotfi
spiracies among companies' charg charging
ing charging uniform prices rather than to
determine the general effct of
the prices on the economy.
"It would be a great thing if
every time there was a unified
price increase we went out to in investigate,"
vestigate," investigate," Gwynne said. "But un.
less we had something to go on,
we would be investigating every
industry in the country."
Bids On 100 Boms
The V S. ATmy Caribbean jo jo-perty
perty jo-perty disposal o'ficer has issued
invitations to bid on more than
100 items of foreign excess per personal
sonal personal property.
Sealed bids must be submitted,
and will be opened at 9:30 a.m.,
Monday, August 18, ft the bid roo
at Building 706, Corozai. Arrange Arrangements
ments Arrangements to inspect the property may
be made by telephoning the pro property
perty property disposal officer at 85-4149,
Among the items offered are va.
rious machines such as duplicators
and calculators, miscellaneous
lots of hardware, shop and toot
kits. There are also repair parts
for typewriters, mixing machines..
laundry equipment, electric range
and refrigerators. Several indus.
trial sewing machines and lawn
mowers are also on the list for
We will appreciate your call which
to serve you better
Bilingual secretary with good
knowledge ff both English and
Spanish. Inquire in person at
Upjohn Overseas Corporation,
Colon Free Zone, Only experienc experienced
ed experienced persons need aply.
Radio and T.V.
technician. Write P.O. Box 3 122
giving experience and address.
WANTED: Experienced' office
clerk with knowledge of English
and Spanish. Apply to Poikard,
Zona Libre, Colon.
J-minote ear wash $1, steens
cleanin? of motor $5. waxina of
can J 6. Auto-Bane, Trans -Isthmian
Highway near Seer.
i WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME, $3.50
nt guarantee OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford Aganciaa. Phong
2-1905 Tfvoli Avanua 11.20.
Protect your homo and proper proper-ty
ty proper-ty against intact damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
- Boston Technicians
30 years in electronics
..6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Atk for MR.
TVi Panama 2-3 142.
Asst. Atty. Gen. Victor R. Han.
sen testified vesterdav that the
Justice Department thinks the un.
ifornr-4j(0'a-ton steel price in in-ereasf
ereasf in-ereasf may have violated the
Sheunan Actl He said his anti.
trust division staff was studying
whether a thorough investigation
snoura De maae.
Subjfommittte Chairman Estet
lKefauVer?isD-Tenn.) remarked' on
(he difference between Hansen's
statement and Gwynne'! attitude.
"If you have any evidence that
we don't know about, we'd love to
have it," Gwynne said. "But noth nothing
ing nothing the subcommittee has turned
up warrants commission action".
The FTC chairman added that
". doubt there's plenty of in.
iquity going on in the country.5
But he said he felt he must use
his limited funds on strong cases,
like the commission's recent move
against drug firms.
& Bi, -Itfweiouse, chief of the
FTC's compliance division, was
questioned about a "cease-and-desist"
order issued by the agency
against major steel companies in
1851 -forbidding price collusion.
Morehouse said the commission
has made spot checks over the
years and had required reports
from the companies to be sure the
order is not being violated. But
he said there have been only two
complaints in stee industry cases
since 1955 and these turned out to
Kefauver told the FTC officials
they have a duty to investigate
an industry as important as steel
without waiting for complaints or
"self-asserting declarations as to
guilt." He said it certainly looks
as if the steel companies acted la
"This is a period of steady In Increases
creases Increases in all prices," Gwynne
said. "We can't investigate all of
Kefauver said in adjourning the
hearings that testimony of, steel
users will be heard later, probably
after the elections in November.
for prompt attention
will enable us
THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 158
By GEORGE WUNDER I THE 8T0BY OK MARTHA WAYNE
One More Victim?
By WILSON SCRUGGS
TERBY AN THE PIRATES
KaT&rN SLEEKER. IF THAT TOW
r Tsif rouiP have fiPak
TODkY YOUR PLIGHT WOULP 4
NCW t PEAt7 MEN.iCArct.1
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FRECKLES AND HIS R1ENDS
By MERRILL BLOSSER
UTrVE POSITION IN,
ETASY WCWK, SHORT
MOORS AMP LONG
REST PERIODS PLUS
HKSH RATE OF PAY
ARE" A MUST.'
WHAT AN AD
That reminds me,dap-
I MEED AM INCREASE
tN MY ALLOWANCE
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NOBODY EVER SEEMS TO
WORRY ABOJ I I HUt
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By V. T. HAMLIN
COaB THIS BE NO T6UJN,
SOMB WNO OP I OOOLA.'S NO
A POTION THE SOOQ ANY ANY-CRAND
CRAND ANY-CRAND WI2ER HOW.. THB0W
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ALL RIGHT, ALLEVT J
I OONT WANT GOSH, I'M
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At INTEGRATION HEARING The seven Federal judges who heard arguments in the Little
Rock, Ark., integration case pose in the courtroom in St. Louis prior to hearings. Lett' to
right: Martin Van Oosterhout. Sioux City, Iowa; Harvey Johnson, Omaha, Neb.; John Sand Sand-born,
born, Sand-born, St. Paul, Minn.; Chief Judge Archibold Gardner, Huron, S.D.; Joseph Woodrough,
Omaha; Charles Vogel Fargo, S.D.; and Marlon Matthes, St. Louis. The Court of Appeals
completed its hearing and must now decide whether to uphold a lower court order delaying
Goldfine Sends Letters To House Members
To Urge Killing Contempt Charges Against Him
Goldfine, Sherman Adams' irre irrepressible
pressible irrepressible millionaire friend, urg urged
ed urged nearlv 400 House members in
a -highly unusual "true facts let letter
ter letter to kill contempt of Congress
charges against him.
Goldfine also sent notes to the
Congressmen's administrative as.
iistants asking them to slip his;
fetter "near the top of the pile:
6n,your boss' desk."
; fVe House was expected at any'
time to vote on whether to cite
Goldfine for contempt for refus refusing
ing refusing to answer 22 questions put by
House influence investigators con.
Weather Or Not
Thlg weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and HydroKraphic Branch of the
Manama Canal Company:
High 82 83
Low 72 76
High 93 91
Low 73 80
(max. mph) NW-9 SW-4
AIN (Inches) T .17
(inner harbors) 80 82
FRIDAY, AUG. 8
9:10 a.m. 3:20 a.m.
9:42 p.m. 3:57 p.m.
TODAY! .75 .40
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f THE WORLDS y
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cerning his tangled financial deal-!
A spokesman for Goldfine said
he sent the letters (or fear "the
House would vote swiftly on the
contempt citation without being
fully informed on the case."
The Boston textile tycoon had j
insisted that the financial ques-;
tions were not relevant to the
.House influence investigating sub-j
committee's inquiry into his al.
leged influence for favors re relationship
lationship relationship with Adams.
Meanwhile, President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower was asked at his news confer conference
ence conference whether he still intended to
keep Adams on as his chief as assistant
sistant assistant in view of the subcommit subcommittee's
tee's subcommittee's disclosures.
The President replied he had
nothing further to say on the sub.
ject. He referred reporters to his
statement of several weeks ago:
conceeding that Adams was im.l
prudent in accepting gits rom
Goldine but that he "needed"
At the sam time, the House
approved a resolution granting
the subcommittee an extra $60, $60,-000
000 $60,-000 to continue its investigations
of federal regulatory agencies
after Congress adjourns.
The subcommittee and its par.
ent House Commerce Committee
already have voted unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously to recommend that Goldine be
cited. Goldtine's spokesman said
all members of the House except
subcommittee and commerce com committee
mittee committee member1- were sent the
"true facts" letter.
The accompanying resume
charged tha the subcommittee
had changed "the rules in the
middle of the same." made insin insinuations
uations insinuations and greeted Goldfine un
"It was known that the com
mittee was already in possession
of the answers to all" the ques
tions Goldfine refused to answer
"It appeared that they onlv
THE COMFORTS OF HOME-Camping out
can be almost as comfortable as home with the
aid of this recently introduced camper's outfit.
Five minutes of a easy handling converts a
compact, aluminum case into a camper's tent,
complete with table chairs, cots, stove with
bottled ens even a kitchen sink with running
water The carrying rase, (op photo, rides only
tern inches above a special rack, which can be
fitted to any kind ol automobile. To set up
purpose could be to open the way
to further and more objectional
questions," it said. "It also was
obvious that the questions were
designed for the specific purpose
of laying a foundation for coh coh-templ
templ coh-templ proceedings against Mr.
The subcommittee has said it
did not know the answers to the
questions about Goldfine's financ finances.
es. finances. It said it expected the answers
would uncover the "exploitation of
But the statement by Goldf.,ie's
attorneys said "we submit that it
would be a serious injustice to
cite for contempt a man who has
declined to answer only a minute
percentage of the total questions
put to him."
MINUTE OF SILENCE
HIROSHIMA, Japan (UPD (UPD-Citizens
Citizens (UPD-Citizens of Hiroshima observed a
minute ol silent prayer yester yesterday
day yesterday at 8:15 a.m. in their annual
ceremony r or the dead of the first
atom bomb' to be exploded on a
Sirens sounded, bells tolled from
Christian churches and Buddhist
temples, and white doves of peace
were released from a naner elnho
at the minute of the bomb blast!
that occurred 13 years agO
After o fellow soys "I do,"
there's usually o lot of things he
housekeeping, the camper pulls the case, which
rolls off its tracks and down to the ground to
stand upright serving as one side of the tent.
Then the camper opens a door to find a rubber
tent with telescoped supports, plus the other
equipment When the tent is set up, bottom
photo, on the telescoping poles, it gives campers
an 8 x 13 room. 8 feet high, with screened win win-flows.
flows. win-flows. The trnt is made of rot and mildew-proof
Fiberthin. Entire outfit retails at $695.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 7 (UPI)
Secretary of State John Foster Du
les has agreed with Brazilian Pre President
sident President Juscelino Kubitschek that
redoubled efforts are needed to
improve hemisphere relations but
is not convinced that a meeting of
the 21 American chiefs ol .-tate
is the best way of achieving this,
U. S. oificials said today.
Thty said that unless torn de development
velopment development took placa at Brasi Brasilia
lia Brasilia yesterday of which tht Stat
Department is unaware, Dulles
was known to continue cool to towards
wards towards the idea of a hemisphere
summit conference, even though
he did not flatly turn down Ku Ku-bitschok's
bitschok's Ku-bitschok's suggestion.
The officials said that Dulles had
agreed to Brazilian proposals that
all the Latin American nations be
invited to join in preliminary dis discussions
cussions discussions on a diplomatic level in
Washington, probably beginning
next month, to work out a Jong
range economic development pro program
gram program and other measures to
strengthen hemisphere unity.
Ike Approves Bill
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower signed into law
today legislation to stream streamline
line streamline the Defense Department for
the nuelear-spage age and give
him firmer control over the na nation's
tion's nation's military machine.
The President hailed the new
law as "a major advance in our
organization for defense." He said
Defense Secretary Neil H. McEl McEl-roy
roy McEl-roy was beginning at once to car.
ry out its provisions.
Eisenhower's signature on the
defense reorganization bill ended
one of the hottest disputes of the
current legislative session between
Congress and the administration.
The final version was worked
out by a House-Senate conference
committee and gave Eisenhower
most, but not all, he wanted in
the way of power to revamp the
The new law is designed to:
1. Facilitate strategic operations
by authorizing unified combat
commands to be directed through
a streamlined chain of command
stretching directly to the Presi.
dent and the defense secretary.
2. Strengthen the defense sect sectary's
ary's sectary's control over the various
armed services and cut down on
friction within the Defense De Department.
partment. Department. 3. Beef up the defense depart department's
ment's department's research and development
program by creating a new post of
director of defense research and
The new law also requires that
the Defense Department report
to the House and Senate Armed
Services Committee any peacetime
changes in statutory missions of
the armed services. This was to
quiet fears the Marines naval
aviation or the National Guard
might be swallowed up or abol.
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THE FT. KOBBE SUMMER RECREATION BOARD took Itself a little recreation, recently in the form
National Brewery. The brewery's sales supervisor for the Canal Zone, George conduced th? tou? wEi? Pana
with some research (pictured above) in the brewery's lounge. Ajnong those in the picture are W2u?d up
Mrs, John L. Lewis, brewery manager Alfredo Alenian and Treasury Minister Fernando K recreon board chairman
Reports He'll Quit
WASHINGTON, Pa. (UPI) -David
J. McDonald charged to.
day reports that he would re.
sign as president of the United
Steelworkers Union were part of
a "vicious plot" to discredit or organized
ganized organized labor.
"There is a well-designed plan, a
scheme on the part of represen representatives
tatives representatives of big business in our
country today to discredit organ,
ized labor in every way they possi.
bly can," McDonald told more
than 300 delegates to a USW Dis.
trkt 13 conference.
"I'm conceited enough to know
that this organization needs David
McDonald now, more than ever."
McDoneld's denial was his first
forceful repudiation of an article
in Fortune Magazine predicting
he would quit the union presidency
under rank-and-file pressure. The
story referred to McDonald's al alleged
leged alleged "vanity."
. "Many of the shafts being
thrown at us now are meant sim.
ply to set the stage for the cru crucial
cial crucial negotiations we will have with
the steel industry next summer,"
McDonald said the National As.
sociation of Manufacturers, the
U. S. Chamber of Commerce, the
Committee for Constitutional Gov Government
ernment Government and the National Right to
Work committee ere spending
millions of dollars "to discredit
McDonald, who succeeded the
late Philip Murray as head of the
1,200,000 member union, pleaded
for an end of disputes within the
"Right at this minute. I believe
we could count on the Steelwork Steelworkers
ers Steelworkers to rally to the union and cope
wih any emergency," he said.
"But with another year ol bick bickering,
ering, bickering, back-biting, sniping, disun disunity
ity disunity and downright destructiveness,
I would have to fear for the fu.
The Dues Protest Committee, an
insurgent group within the USW,
has challenged McDonald and will
oppose him at the union's ninth
annual convention at Atlantic City
LONDON (UPI)- Police called
to investigate trouble at a local
post office were confronted by
Terry Payne, 9, who told them
"my white mouse is in a stamp
machine." The baby mouse, less
than an inch long, was extracted
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Tiny Biting Flies
There are flying walkingsticks
among the insects of Barro Colo Colorado
rado Colorado island, the Smithsonian Ins Institution's
titution's Institution's tropical wildlife preserve
in the Canal Zone.
One of them, at least, serves
as an insect passenger plane, car carrying
rying carrying lon distances the wingless
females of tiny biting flies which
sink their probosces into the gos gos-camer
camer gos-camer wings of the walkingsticks
and catch a free ride to new feed feeding
ing feeding grounds.
Truman Urges That
US Meet Red's
CHICAGO (UPI)-Harry S. Tru Truman
man Truman today urged bold U.S. eco.
nomic action both at home and
abroad to meet a growing Soviet
challenge and prevent losses in
cherished American freedoms.
The former president said un unless
less unless such sfeps are taken, "there
is a real possibility. . Russia
may become stronger than we
"And in that even,-" Truman said,
"we might lose our freedom, an l
we might lose it not suddenly i.i
a groat war but slowly by de.
grces, over a long time, without
a shot being fired."
In a speech prepared for deliv delivery
ery delivery before the 60th Grand Aerie
convention of the Fraternal Order
of Eagles, an organization of
which he has long been a mem member,
ber, member, Truman said citizens of the
United States "are in the habit of
thinking that if there is no shoot shooting,
ing, shooting, we are at peace."
"That is not true," he said.
"Even in the absence of actual
warfare, we can be engaged in a
life-and.death struggle to preserve
Truman said the current cold
war can have victories and de.
feats "just as decisive as the vic victories
tories victories in a shooting war."
"Our danger is that we may
not recognize this fact, and that
we may be misled by dema demagogues
gogues demagogues of the peace. at-any-price
variety, who say we are not in
trouble simply because there is
no armed conflict."
House Grants Ike's
Request To Raise
National Debt Limit
WASHINGTON (UPI) Th
House voted 268 108 today to
grant President Eisenhower's re request
quest request for authority to let the na national
tional national debt rise to an ill-time
peak of 288 billion dollars tc cover
climbing federal costs.
The measure now goes to the
Senate for final congressional ac action
tion action some time before the lawmak lawmakers
ers lawmakers wind up their legislative chores
for the year, probably late next
week. There seemed no question
but what it would pass.
The legislation was designed
to enable the Treasury to borrow
needed funds during the next few
critical months when spending is
scheduled to jump sharply for de defense
fense defense and antirecession programs
while income will be down be.
cause of the recession.
The bill would raise the per.
manent debt ceiling from 275 to
285 billion dollars and the tempo temporary
rary temporary top from 280 to 288 billion.
However, it stipulated that the
Treasury must get back down to
the permanent ceiling of 285 bij bij-lion
lion bij-lion by June 30, I960.
Key leaders in both parties
agreed yesterday during debate on
the measure that Congress had no
choice but to grant the presi president's
dent's president's request in light of the 12.
billion dollar deficit expected by
iie administration this year
The 108 ballots cast against the
bill were seen as a protest vole
by economy. minded congressmen
who contended the administration
could make a sizeable dent in the
prospective deficit if it really went
to work on the problem.
Catch Free Rides
At Barro Colorado
Winced males of thp snffiec on.
parently seldom if ever make use
ol the jungle "plane service." It
is probable that the female does
so only once in her life, just be before
fore before an egg laying. This may work
out as a method to get away from
an overpopulated area, giving the
young a better chance for surviv survival.
al. survival. The rain forest also is the abode,
of so-called assassin flies, which
live almost entirely on bees. The
victims are larger than the assas.
sins, which are agile enough to a!
void the bee's stinger, its maior
weapon. Once caught in the long,
clutching legs of the fly, the bee
apparently is helpless.
In the rain-forest depths Na Nature's
ture's Nature's artistry has achieved some
of its heights in insect camouflage
Such, for example, is the case
with the abundant so-called "biow "biow-mne
mne "biow-mne bugs." In flight they look al
most exactiy like small bits of drv
dead leaf drifting slowly earth-'
ward tempting morsels for none
of the jungle birds as are other in insects.
sects. insects. But suddenly, when closd to
its destination, the fragment of
dry leaf will swoop upward with
lightninglike speed until it reach reaches
es reaches the top of a weed or low shrub.
Immediately it becomes a bit of
dry leaf again.
Fairly common it) the rain for forest
est forest are the so called "airplane
bugs," flies whose tibia have ex expanded
panded expanded into orange and yeilow
1 e a f 1 i k e structures resembling
wings o,' a miniature plane in
flight. This hardly can be consid considered
ered considered camouflage, however, since
the insects are ground dwellers
and seldom are on the wing.
Th Panama Canal Company an.
nounces a vacancy for a typewrit"
er repairman at $1.03 per hour?
All applicants should have at least
Wo years of experience in the
typewriter repair field. This
experience should include ir.
taining defective operations of e e-lectric
lectric e-lectric and manual typewriters by
inspection and standard tests; the
adjusting, repairing, and replac.
ing of defective parts; and if ne necessary,
cessary, necessary, the manufacturing of new
pats. All applicants satisfying
the above requirements should con
tact the Employment and Utiliza
tion Office, Building 366, Ancon
or the Cristobal I.ahnr nffio
Building 1029, Cristobal. 'I
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)-An
international gambling syndicate
re-iiSWr" co.ntend zrossel
$3,500,000 in io weeks on bets of'
$1,000 or more, mostly on football1
games, comes under the elost
scrutiny of a federal grand iuf
here next week. 7
More than 170 persons, most of
them identified as patrons who
could afford to make big bets t8
satisfy their gambling whimi
were ordered to appear as wi
Some of those suhpenaed were
well known, including Herbert
(Zeppo) Marx of the famoug,
brother comedy team in movies,'
and H. L. Hunt, one" of the world's
richest men and head of a faba
lously huge oil firm in Dallas,
U.S. tax agents swarmed Into a
third.floor suite above a Terr
Haute, Ind., restaurant last No
yember and grabbed six persons,
including known gamblers and a
former Indianapolis sheriff, for
failure to have $50 federal gam gambling
bling gambling tax stamps.
The agents found a roomful of
telephones and evidence the syn syn-dicate
dicate syn-dicate Scorned all except big bets
and took them from all parts of
this country and Canada, mostly
on college and professional foot,
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