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"Let fie people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, JULY 9 1959
, 34th YEAR.
Subcommittee To Question
Radford, Rickover On Undue
Pressures By Retired Brass
WASHINGTON, July 9 (UPI) Two famous admirals
vvera called before Congressional investigators today to tell
what they know about "undue pressures" in the awarding
of defense contracts.
Hnusa Armed Services Subcommittee prepared to
n....tinn Adm. Arthur W.
the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Vice Adm. Hyman C. Fick.
ver "father" of the atomic submarine.
Both have indicated they have been subjected to such
pressures by retired top military officers now working for
big defense industries. Chairman F. Edward Hebert (D.
La ) said he would ask the two admirals to "name names."
.. ... Km other con-
L Tinn aeainst hasty
tction to restrict the part retired
officers play in the defense con contract
tract contract competition.
The legislators, said Congress
3 1 "thEw out the baby wi h
the bath" by seeing i f"
the few who might have used im improper
proper improper influence to gain big con con-F"i.
F"i. con-F"i. hie defense industries.
utyefense Senary Thomas
Gates awciosea.iuc.ua, -Navv
is investigating about 30U
,' ( interest cases
possiDie twui" v - ...
Involving retired Naval officers
I Zlcine. for defense indus-
lJw. .airfY Navy tad itt out
7J snore thafr 4,200 qlt.onr,aires to
former officers- nepues ?
reived from about 3,400 of t re
tired men, he said, and o wese
some 300 "indicated possible con conflict
flict conflict of interest."
Gates testified before t h
Houm Armed Services subcom subcom-mitte
mitte subcom-mitte as invsfigating mfl""e
paddling on defense contracts.
Herbert sid Congress was a a-reused
reused a-reused over the number of re retired
tired retired officers now employed by
The subcommittee wants to find
eut whether favoritism has been
shown companies hiring nign nign-ranking
ranking nign-ranking retired officers. It will
try to determine if there is any
conflict of interest in the employ employment
ment employment of ex-officers by firms they
may have dealt with while in uni uniform.
form. uniform. Gates appealed to the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee to refrain from' any action
that might deny private employ employ-mentln
mentln employ-mentln defense industnes to for-
lo Fly To Italy
BARI, Italy, July (UPI)
:,n,,Ttr vmrnsiav commandeer
ed' an airliner last night and
forced it to ny to naiy in uic
latest in a series of airborne
escapes from Rid satellite na
rthod Purkovic. 23. drew i
pistol during an Internal flight
fw Yueoslavia and forced the
ilot to turn tne piane iowaru&
talv. He fired a shot through
a window for emphasis that he
When the Diane and its
passengers and crew members
landed Cuckovic asked Italian
authorities for political asylum,
iie was still holding hi? pistol
on the pilot when they left the
plane. He was taken into cus
tody and the plane was auow
ed to return to Yueoslavia.
The plane remained on the
ground less than an hour. Some
Eassengers got out but were told
v police tin remain near the
plane. None of them joined Cu-
ckovic in nis om ior pouuuai
AFL-CIO To Begin
Drive To Lessen
WASHINGTON (UPI)-Tbe AFL
CIO announced yesterday a na national
tional national drive to cut down the num number
ber number of traffic accidents over the
Labor Day weekend.
Federation Vice President Rich Richard
ard Richard F. Walsh, chairman of the
AFL CIO safety committee,, asked
ill unions affiliated with the. AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO lo join the campaign."
"The campaign to reduce
deaths and Injuries on the high highway
way highway will coniribute immeasurably
to the proper celebration of la labor's
bor's labor's holiday," Walsh said in a
Radford, former Chairman of
mer officers. He said this would
work a grave injustice on ootn
the officers and industry
Gates testified that no retired
officer ever brought pressure on
him "to do something for him
specifically." He said some called
him to discuss business but that
he did not consider this pressure.
Hebert quoted Rickover as say saying,
ing, saying, "I myself don't get pressure
by outsiders but they do go higher
up and sometimes get pressure as
a result of that."
He said the people and Congress
were aroused over what they' hear
about weapons buying and "the al alleged
leged alleged conduct of some military
men who depart from the ranks
of defense' for lush -places on the
payrolls of defense contractors,"
W-thB Tssme- Jfetme', he Said' the
subcommittee did not want to de deprive
prive deprive industry of any military
brains. But if any influence ped peddling
dling peddling exists, he said, the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee will try to uncover it.
Gates, in appealing to the Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen to be fair, called the
roll of some of the distinguished
former officers who have taken
jobs in industry after retirement.
Among those he mentioned were
Gen. Douglas MacArthur, Gen.
James H. Doolittel. Gen. Omar N.
Bradley, Adm. Arthur W. Rad'
ford, Adm. William- B. Ha'sey,
Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway, and
Gen. Walter Bedell Smith.
Mr. 0rs Stomach
He Ate Into Alcohol
SAPORO, Japan (UPI)
With one Japanese it wasn't
something he 'drank that made
him drunk. It was everything he
ate. He was a walking distillery.
The patient, identified by Jap Japanese
anese Japanese authorities only as Mr. O.
was a 46-year-old farm associa association
tion association executive from Hokkaido
who complained of chronic, drun drunkenness
kenness drunkenness though he didn't drink.
Doctors found O's stomach
working away like a high high-powered
powered high-powered Tennessee mountain
still. It contained a type of ex extremely
tremely extremely quick acting yeast and
transformed much that O ate into
"It isn't, a sickness that just
anyone would be subject to," said
Dr. Shuichi Sasaki of Hokkaido
University. "In fact, I've never
heard of a comparable case."
O first noticed his productive
capacity some 20 years ago. Aft After
er After every meal his face would turn
red and his breath would start
smelling like a bottle of sake.
It was embarrassing. But O
didn't worry too much about it un until
til until last year. Then things got so
bad he couldn't walk a straight
line after supper.
For five months physicians
treated him with an antibiotic
known as tricomycine and O fi finally
nally finally got on the wagon. He was
pronounced cured last month.
By DOC QUIGG
' NEW YORK (UPI)-Gabor has
hired Callas. Salary; 150 a week.
That isMama'- is working for
Mama. Everybody's happy so far.
Mama Litsa Callas, flat broke
and for nearly 10 years bitterly
estranged from her famous and
fabulous prima donna daughter
Maria, has made her first sale
in Mama Jolie Gabor's jewelry
shop (two gold pins with pearls,
"You've brought mP just much "That woman," said Mrs. Cal Cal-happiness,"
happiness," Cal-happiness," she' told the cus-lias, nodding oward Jolie. "If I
Jolie Gabor, the well known
mother of the eminent thunder
ing herd named Zsa Zsa, Eva and
Lightning Strikes Thrice On Albrook Officers Row,
Adds Delayed Postcript With Small Fire In Closet
For the third timt in loss than nint months lithtning has struck tho til roof of an Albrook Air
Force Bast quarttrs building.
Tho latest occurrence in the series happened during the brief, violent electrical torm yesterday
morning, when lightning struck the roof of an officer's family quarter. An Inspection of the prem premises
ises premises by the Balboe fire company revealed only superficial damage.
About two hours later fire broke out in a dry closet of the tame house. Firemen extinguished the
blaze quickly and there was only slight property damage.
Two other Albrook houses were struck by lig htning during October 1958. The strikes were with within
in within a few days of each other, but only the second d id any appreciable damage to the building's roof.
Of the three Albrook houses struck, two we re occupied by officers and one by a chief warrant
No theory has been advanced as to why enlisted men's quarters may have been spared such
Theatre Guild Play
For Staging Monday
The Theatre Guild will pre present
sent present "Ondine," a play by Jean
Giraudoux, on Monday at 8 p.m.
It will be the firso play of the
Theatre Guild season and will
be given for six night,3 at the
Guild's Playhouse in Ancon.
Placed in a medieval setting
and drawing largely on the su supernatural,
pernatural, supernatural, the play sparkles
with originality and charm. Di Director
rector Director Don Musselman has com combined
bined combined the talents of several
promising young actors with a
series of unusual stage sets to
produce what promises to be a
Ann Haskell is cast in the
title role and Gordon Dixon
plays the leading male roie as
Ondine s knight: They are sup supported
ported supported by a large cast of play play-era;
era; play-era; ie& by-'-Brian Gox-nd
Reservations are "being taken
by Mrs. Mary Emlaw. telephone
Balboa 4205, daily, between 10
a.m. and 7 p.m.
Henry Mall, Former
Canal Employe. Dies
In Gorgas Hospital
Henrv Mall, former employe
of the Mechanical Division and
a Panama Canal construction
day veteran, died at Gorgas
Hospital at 11:45 a.m. yest' relay
afttr a lorg lllnsGS. He was 72
years of age.
Mr. Mall was born In Illinois
and came to the Istnmus from
Chicago in 1907. He was em employed
ployed employed tty the Isthmian Canal
Commission as a mechanic in
tne Mechan'cal i ivision. He war-
retired from canal service in
Since his retirement, he has
teen making his home in Pan
He is survived by bis wife
Mrs. Fermina Mall; four sons,
Urbano, Gilberto, Oliver, and
Jaime; and four daughters, Mrs.
Norberto Cuevas, Mrs. Lilia de
Selich, Elia Mall, and Luzmila
Mall, all of whom live in Pan
Funeral services will be held
at 10 o'clock Friday morning at
the Corozal Chapel. The services
will be conducted by the Rev.
Daniel Moncada, of Panama
and interment will follow at Co
538 Out Of Action
ALGIERS, Algeria (UPI)
French troops put 538 Moslem
rebels out of action during the
past week, army headquarters an
nounced last night. The an
nouncement did not break down
he figures into numbers killed,
ounded or captured, but it said
7 French soldiers were killed
during the same period.
Gals Share Pearls Of Wisdom
Magda, hired Mrs. Callas after
appearing with her on a televi television
sion television program and hearing how
she was being cared for by a
family in New Jersey.
Mrs. Callas was interviewed on
her second day at work in the
shop a richly chummy place
dripping with jeweled chic and
accented English (Mrs. Callas is
Greek and the Gabors are Hun Hungarian).
garian). Hungarian). Pictures of the bealitiful
Gabor daughters brighten the
live around 'her for a month I'll
learn now to be a good human
being. She's so lovely, so kind
and considerate. I have loit
Against Man On
A six-year-old girl was the prin principal
cipal principal witness in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court today as Albino V.
Roldan, 37, Panamanian was bound
over the U.S.- District Court for
trial on a morals charge.
Roldan, employed at the Panama
government motor pool, is charg-
Reports Earl Long
As Failing Rapidly
BATON ROUGE, La., July 9
nipii a hieh state official
reported last night.Gov. Eartf
Lonsr was "failing rapidly." A
Loner was "failing rapidly
teamiof Ax doctor! "said tire
Louisiana governor "seyms more
fatispted than he has been prior
to tnis time.
Cn the other hand, a state
legislator said "he's not as bad
off as reports say.
The conflicting reports on the
63-year-old Governor's condition
were made at the executive
mansion in the capital
Long, who stayed up past
midnight before an aide dim dimmed
med dimmed lights in his room, an announced
nounced announced through his office yes yesterday
terday yesterday he plans to take a vaca vacation
tion vacation beginning tomorrow. It will
last for several weeks.
The high state official, who
asked not to be identified, told
United Press International he
believed Long was "at a point
or no return.
The official said the gover
nors sister, Mrs. Wnma Hunt
has called several members of
the family to Baton Rouge and
that more were expected today,
UK Labor Leader
For Nuclear Policy
DOUGLAS, Isle of Man, July
9 (UPI) Frank Cousins, gen general
eral general secretary of the powerful
Transport and General Workers
Union, called on his one million
members today to "signpost the
way" toward a sane nue'ear pol policy
icy policy that vould abolish the hy hydrogen
drogen hydrogen Lomb.
In a ringing speed that
brought l:!m into direct conflict
with LaLor Party Leader Hugh
Gaitskell, Cousins spok; in fa favor
vor favor of a resolution that rejects
the official labor party "non "non-ii'iclear
ii'iclear "non-ii'iclear club" ideas.
He said he felt the Labor
Party was wide? estimating at
t;ie present time the strength
of feeiing existing in Britain a a-bout
bout a-bout the H-bomb.
"There are Conserva 1 1 v.6 s,
Liberals, unattached people, ex extremely
tremely extremely left wingers and plain
Socialists who all fee that
someone should lead them to
sanity," he said.
everything and am bitterly sep separated
arated separated from Maria."
"Would you like a liddle cham champagne?"
pagne?" champagne?" Jolie asked a customer.
"Love it," said the customer,
Maeda Gabor swept in, accom- i
panied by a large dog named "Never," said Mrs. Callas.
Maxim. "We're going to bring you and
"My daughter,' said Jolie to I Maria back together," said Mag Mag-everybody,
everybody, Mag-everybody, as if everybody didn't 'da. "She will come to you."
know. "Never. Not Maria." said Mr3.
"I just came in from Souse- Callas.
hsmnlnn (vnu never know when
thp dialer! is eoine to break forth) I
to spp Mama." said Maflda to the
reporter. "I saw Manii lnlervi?w-1
ed on etlevision, and she was so
lovely, so smart, I started crying.
I couldn't stop, so wonderful...'
Magda turned to Mrs. Callas:
Morals Charge In CZ
ed under the Canal Zone criminal
code with committing "a lewd and
Conviction on the charge, which
mutt be tried in the higher court,
carries a maximum penalty of 10
years in the penitentary.
Today's session at Magistrate's
Court was a preliminary hearing
to determine if thp evidence waj
ranted Roldan's standing trial on
the charge before the higher tri tribunal.
bunal. tribunal. Appearance of the child raised a
technical question since the Canal
Zone code forbids any child un under
der under 10 testifying unless Ihe presid presiding
ing presiding judge is satisfied the child is
ahje to give a true account of ev-
on questioning by the magis-
rt trMf ywnWer said that
home if she didn't tell the ti
her-inethsr spenked her. f
The child 'gave forthright answ answers
ers answers to questions from the pfe pfe-secution
secution pfe-secution and in cross examination.
Court officials said the chad's
competence to testify will have to
be re-established again by the
Roldan was repi-esenteif by at attorney
torney attorney Woodreow de Castro. Bail
was set at $700.
Selected To Enter
Eighteen Canal employes from
both sides of the Isthmus have
been selected to take part in the
seventh international marlin and
sailfish tournament from aboard
the Panama Canal launch "Ran
ner" which is being entered by
the Canal this year for three trips.
The Runner will make Ihe first
trip July 10-13; the second from
July 17-20; and the third from Ju July
ly July 24-26.
The employes who will take part
in the tournament from aboard the
Runner were selected by their bu bureau
reau bureau heads from among the appli
cants on the basis of the number
of employes in each unit.
Those named for the first trio
o be hiade tomorrow to Mondnv
are Lt. Col. Harvey E. Meagher,
Health Bureau: Bennett Williams.
Office of the Comptroller; Robert
Carey. Postal Division: L. t Paul
son, Supply Division, C. W. Rager,
Marine Bureau: and James Ri Riley,
ley, Riley, Electrical Division.
Employes selected for the second
trip are R. R. Will, Marine Bur Bureau;
eau; Bureau; Roy Wallher. Postal Divi Division;
sion; Division; H. T. Tettenburn. Railroad
Division; W. H. Esslinger. Me Meteorological
teorological Meteorological and Hydrneraphic
Branch; R. A. Engelke, Dredging
Division; and R. L. Coffey, Ac Accounting
counting Accounting Division.
On the third trip, those selected
to take part, are Ray Smith. Mar Marine
ine Marine Bureau: .Tames Catron. Pnlice
Division: Dr. E. P. Shirokov,
Health Bureau; Virgil C. re?d,
Community Services Division: Car Carlos
los Carlos Bech, Engineering Division;
md J. M. Mountain, Office of the
With Mama Of
"With you and Maria, how can
it be so between mama and
"It's Strang e," said Mrs.
'Maybe you yourself did some-
"We Hungarians never hold a
Urudee." said Manila. "The
Greeks, they hold it in here'
she clasped hands lo her heart
"and hold and hold it. In Hun:
gary we get mad and throw a
glass and smash it and then for-
Washington Disturbed )
By Rejection Of Note1
WASHINGTON, July 9 (UPI) Already strained US.Panamania
relations grew tenser today following Panama's rejection of a United States
diplomatic note on Canal Zone wages.
US officials were frankly disturbed when they were informed lhat
Panama regarded the note as just short of an insult because it appeared
lo ignore a personal appeal from President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. to
President Dwight I). Eisenhower. i
Rejects Move To Put
God In Constitution
LISBON, Portugal (UPI) The
National Assembly lasl night
rejected a proposal to write the
name of God into the Portuguese
At a lively session in which
tempers at times became frayed,
the assembly rejected the propos proposal
al proposal by 43-7. But it passed another
by 75-5 expressing the "profound
respect" of the chamber of the
idea of God.
The defeated Uill called for the
addition of a preamble' to the
Constitution-ln which the name
of God would be invoked.
Dr. Mario de Figueiredo,- lead leader
er leader of the National Assembly, led
the opposition to the bill.
He identified himself as a prac practicing
ticing practicing Catholic and said: "I be believe
lieve believe that the Portuguese state
should, adopt the Christian concep conception
tion conception of life and of mankind as
the basis of its action; but it
cannot impose it in such a way
as to offend individual consci consciences.
ences. consciences. "I am therefore against the
formula of the hill which could
trouble the conscience of several
The assembly broke into an up uproar
roar uproar when Deputy Franco Falcao
charged, "To refuse to accept the
proposed preamble is to turn your
back on God."
There were shouts of disapprov disapproval
al disapproval and Falcao apologized.
By Boy Inmates
GRAFTON, W. Va. (UPD-
Sandra McKeen. 18, took a day
off from work today to recover
from the ordeal of being kid kidnaped
naped kidnaped by three inmates of Ihe
West Virginia boys reformatory,
where she is secretary to the
The 5-foo(. 6-inch blonde was
abducted shortly before noon
Tuesday and forced to accompany
her captors in her own car on
heir 65-mile flight.
Two of miss McKeen's kid kidnapers
napers kidnapers were cap'ured immediatly
after police caught up with them
near New Martinsville W. Va.
They were Patrick Jarrell. 17.
Columbus, Ohio, and Larry Rer Rer-or,
or, Rer-or, 16.
The third, Roger Lee Moore. 16,
was captured in the same area a
-.tort time later.
"They didn't try to molest me
hut I was pretty scared." Miss
McKeen said. "They kept felling
me they would let me out of the
car at the next town, but never
get it. Thai's why there arc no
psychiatrists in Hungary. Don't
"I've never seen anybody so
human as the Gabors," said Mrs.
"What's the matter with her?"
sad Magda. "Doesn't she want
to sit down and yak-yak with her
"We didn't talks for 10 years
said Mrs. Callas. "I wrote to
her. I don't even know her hus-
I hand. In 1950 I asked her for
money, for $100. She answered
biidlv sh,. told me, 'You r
young enough; go to work,' and
other things I cant tell you.
"Everything is going to be all
right. Don't cry," said Magda.
The Panamanian President last March called for
President Eisenhower's personal intervention to break
deadlocked negotiations over the wages paid Panamanian
workers in the Canal Zone.
Panama contends that under the US-Panama treaty
of 1955, Stateside wage standards ought to apply fo all
workers on the Canal Zone.
Present US interpretation of the treaty is that Pan-,
amanian wage standards should prevail throughout the
Zone's lower-grade jobs, which are held principally by
The issue has built & political
storm in Panama and which
goes beyond the mere wage
There is some concern that
extreme nationalists will use
it to incite farther opposition
"to US control of the vital Ca Canal.
nal. Canal. It was to forestall further
tension that de la Guardia
sought Eisenhower's personal
intervention, Panamanian offi officials
cials officials said.
The fact that the US govern government
ment government replied witn an unsigned
memorandum was interpreted
in Panamanian circles as ignor ignoring
ing ignoring the gravity of the matter.
State Depart m e n t officials
contended that de la Guardia's
note was answered by Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower in a letter dated April 6.
In it the President acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged the importance of the
treaty governing the special re relations
lations relations between the two coun countries
tries countries and said he had ordered
a "careful and detailed study"
of the Panamanian objection objection-by
by objection-by the US agencies concerned.
The officials explained that
the memorandum delivered to
the Panamanian sovernment
Monday was a direct result of
They said it was routine gov government
ernment government procedure to have the
State Department deliver such
a detailed note directly to the
Panamanian foreign ministry
through the US Embassy in
But Panamanian diplomatic
sources here found several faults
with the procedure:
Thev said the whole point
of de la Guardia's initiative was
to raise the issue to the highest
By relegating the matter to
7. r VvL"
they said, the United States
placed H right back in the
hands of the officials who
had reached a deadlock in
their talks with the Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian foreign ministry.
- The United State.s memo-
randum mentioned only the
Panamanian position outlined,
by foreign minister Miguel' Mo
reno to the special us nego
tiator R o c c o Siciltano last
March, and did not refer to de
la Guardia's subsequent initia initiative.
tive. initiative. Panama made stveral in-
formal contacts with US offi- never gave him his commission on on-cials
cials on-cials In the past few days to it.
British Freighter Aground In Canal,
Inspection Reveals Some Damage
A 10,000 ton British frelghttr suffered undttrmind dam ..
last night whtn It ran aground during (outhbeund transit. T?H
Tht Walpawa, eut of Liverpool bound for New Zealand,, took ;;
tudden sheer to port at midnight last night shortly after Itav
ing Mireflorei Locks. She grounded against the East tank.
An emergency call for tug assistance brought the Canal hf
Gatun, end the Weipawi was helped to Balbo Plef 14. ; V
Preliminary Inspection this morning Indicated number 2 hold i
plates stove in and damage to the ship's bilye keel. Investigation' '.
is still under wey. ,.'i';Vi
W. Andrews Si Co., are local agents lor the Walpawa.
stress the Importance of the exr
change. They indicated that un unless
less unless the memorandum was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by a new White
House letter, lt would not b9
accepted as a reply to de la
According to Panamanian
sources, not only was this last
point ignored, but the United
States embassy in Panama
actually waited until ambas ambassador
sador ambassador Julian Harrington left
the city on vacation before
the memorandum was deliver delivered.
ed. delivered. One Panamanian official said
bitterly that "instead of getting
closer, we actually seem to be
drifting further apart."
The matter was discussed at
length last night between Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian ambassador RicaTdo
M. Arias and assistant secretary
of state Roy R. Rubottom Jr.
when they met at a Uruguayan
Officials reported later that
Rubottom expressed surprise
over the Panamanian rejection
and appeared deeply preoccupi preoccupied
ed preoccupied with the incident.
Suit Filed Over
Miami Hotel Said
To Be For Balisla
MIAMI July 9 -(lrPI)A reil
estate agent yesterday filed a $25;,.
00 damage suit against a group
of millionaires who allegedly ar$
preparing a Miami Beach pen
house for former Cuban President
Arthur L. Perper asked the
damages in the name of the Bilt
more Terrace Hotel, which sources
:y ""'"K lenmvuieu una
fortress hideaway for Batista.
Perper claims he was chiseled
'out of his commission in the sale
1 of the hotel.
I He said he was asked by finan.
Icier Sam Key to find buyers lot
the swank hotel. And. accordingly,
he brought Alberto Ardura Moya,
a Batista adviser, and Norman
Rothman. one-time, gambling king
in Havana, to see Key. who repre
sented a New York corporation
in the deal.
Perper said the Batista asso
dates later bought the hotel and
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THE MAIL BOX
j CONTRABANDISTS AND RETAILERS
' Whose sympathy docs "Campesino" (Mail Box, July 7) think he's
buying with "that sob story about contrabanding?
Why for instance would people want to buy from contrabandists
at hicher prices than Panama stores charge for equivalent products
ind at the same time run the risks of being fined for dealing with
J I'll tell you why. It is because n much of the goods retailed in
Panama stores is of such poor quSity. Where in Panama can you
jo out before breakfast and buy a loaf of bread equal in quality to
the bread produced and sold by the Commissaries0 Is "Campesino
Convinced that milk sold in Panama is as trustworthy as that sold
tnder the ever-watchful eye of Canal Zone inspectors1' Is uncooked
spaghetti retailed in Panama under conditions as sanitary as those
in the Commissaries? Panama retailers slice their salami about 1-32
of an. inch thick, and charge a nickel for five slices.
As for postal services, did "Campesino" not read of the Panama
postal clerks jailed for tampering with checks and packages? Further Further-Biore,
Biore, Further-Biore, in the Canal Zone a letter can be received within two days of
mailing. I have known it to take up to 14 days in Panama.
: These are some of the reasons people 11 run the risk of dealing
' The merchants of Panama could cope with both the contrabandists
and the commissaries without calling for official help, simply by
Starting to sell good, clean food at reasonable prices. What good rea rea-lonis
lonis rea-lonis there for Panamanian sugar costing more in Panama shops
than in the Canal Zone?
; 'Panama is not as poor and backward and put upon as "Campe "Campe-eino"
eino" "Campe-eino" and some of the retailers find it prof, able to pretend. The coun country
try country is rich both in natural and in financial resources. Better that the
retailers and "Campesino" see that the average Panamanian gets a
fairer share of these resources, rather than trying to shift the blame
for Panama's problems to where it does not belong.
Poor Panamanian Boy
Qn the Fourth of July each year the people of the United States
of America celebrate, in various ways, he day their ancestors pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed they were free men.
t m noon July 4. 1959, we had a 49-gun salute at Fort Gulick This
Vvas a nice ceremony, one shot was fired for each state incftiding;.our
pewest state, Alaska.
; However the'true meaning of the program was distorted and de degraded,
graded, degraded, for as the cannon boomed their salute to the nation, our first
sergeant stood silently counting heads.
The day before we received word that this was not a mandatory
formation, but you had better be there. It seems our unit was the
bnlVone t(t receive tihs under-the-table order. Our officers were the
only ones who took it on themselves to make sure we were patriotic.
Morale? High snirit in a unit? If you want to know about these
things don't as a Military Policeman.
P. X. POLICIES
We customers thought that with the new big shots the PX would im improve.
prove. improve. Instead, it is worse. You can't get in until it's time for lunch,
and-then you have to see women with shorts so short it's disgrace disgraceful:
ful: disgraceful: We thought the chaplains would be our hope to curb the Sunday
opening, but I guess they were scared off because t'e PX is still open
Sundays, for the same hours.
My thanks to Gov. William E. Potter for stepping into the bureau bureaucratic
cratic bureaucratic maze and cleaning up the physical filth at the Balboa post
office. Now, if he would only follow this up by applying his dynamic
.energy to some of the managerial and personnel policies of the Canal
Zone postal system. .
Lil 01' Peon
THE HARD WAY Little Margaret Barr, 2, of Cleveland
Ohio, Rot a haircut the dangerous way. Her curls get caught
in mother's electric mixer. The power cord was pulled before
severe injury. Rut the beater had to be cut out-along with
the hair at the hospital.
I fX:r 'V
riAlt rALAVER when Alfred ijitchrnck comes on
screen, the fans fit-t ready to l;nili. An iiniMii t.nit T.v lm
tills is Jarrieg Allerdvrp. shown hmi ( ruA Ju.,w-.l i
boss image. He's written every word
cock has spoken on his TV show for
PANAMA fkUHjt f MM. I
IB BO w
By VICTOR RIESEL
Countei-infedigence records re reveal
veal reveal that at least 5,400 spies, Soviet
industrial agents and otner securi security
ty security risks are UOdUng around the
coumry and must now be reem reemployed
ployed reemployed in the most secret of our
plants if they apply.
This obviously was not ihe in
tention of the Supreme Court, but
it is the impact of the decision
destroying tne government's deli
cately devised system of guarding
its space age production secrets.
These 5.400 workers were fired af
ter some 3,000,000 defense work workers
ers workers were screened. The 3,000,000
workers have access to the clas classified
sified classified intormation sought by the
Some of thd 5,400 workers were
spies. They funneled their infor
mation to key Soviet agents on ev everything
erything everything from new chemicals to
special work on sugar. Others
were not trained spies, but simply
disloyal- -devoted to what they be believe
lieve believe to be Marxism in action in
the Socialist fatherland.
Still others were luuamouths, al alcoholics,
coholics, alcoholics, or sex deviates suoject
to tougu pressure ana DlacKmail
Whatever they were and are
they were woven into a human
sieve through which poured U.S
secrets. fow they must be renir renir-ed.
ed. renir-ed. Furthermore new agents and
undependables cannot be screened
out. What this means hits you like
a flailing high voltage wire when
you learn that fully 25 percent of
what our industry produces for the
Dept of Delense is 'secret and
must be kept out of the hands of
This isn't cloak and dagger
if vou recall that nnp Harrv r.nin
aide to the Klaus Fuchs' atomic
spy ring, also wis the Soviet's top
industrial courier here He's doing
30 years now, but his successors
Rece...iy, I queried the Strate Strategic
gic Strategic Air tvUHihiauu iieauqiianeis on
security, juj,,, lLir a sampuig ji
what our military constantly wor worries
ries worries aoout. m.s is wnai mey re reported,
ported, reported, a; part:
"ine sigumcance' of this threat
mounts wnen consideration is giv given
en given to tne capaouny oi tne bov-ets
to conduct saootage gnd covert
operations u. is well- .Known tnat
tne Soviets have Jong maintained
elaborate scnoois lor espionage
and sabotage agents.
"Funnel .Hire innrtern hirrh
formance weapons system are
ciiaiacter.siicaiiy quite susceptible
to damage by a large array of de devices
vices devices which could be used by a a-gents.
gents. a-gents. 1 "The final factor which must be be-given
given be-given cons.oeration is recognition?
mat our way lu iue wufnu me U.a
produces an enviionment in which
enemy sabotage or covert agenis
could move with relative free freedom...
dom... freedom... ".. (another) factor which por portends
tends portends tne mourning sabotage threat
is recognition thai a SoV.et tech,
'i.".cai gnls increase, tne capabili'
ty to produce more sophist caied
and specifically des.gned covert
weapons win likewise increase.
uuviousiy eacn time a new cov covert
ert covert or saboiacp lechn .nop ic in.
troduced the task of detending a-
gainst me nostile agent become.s
In view ol this, the Supreme
Court decision oecomes more awe awesome
some awesome in its .mplicauons. What
now complicates matters is the
lacl thai there n a woro-for-word
parallel between the Court's writ written
ten written opinions in this case and the
brief filed by the AFL-CIO in op opposition
position opposition to thp Industrial Person.
nel Security Program.
Whole phrases frcrni the brief,
written by lawyers lor the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO as a frienu ui tne court in a
similar case, appear in the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court document. Tht At Lr
CIO is opposed to this type of se
curity clearance system.
The AFL-CIO statement said,
for example: "The security pro program
gram program under 'consideration in the
case at bar, ,the program of
greatest concern to labor is the
Industrial Personnel Security Pro Program.
gram. Program. It is operated by the Dept.
of Defense without specific statu statutory
tory statutory authorialion." This is exact exactly
ly exactly the position taken by the high
Okay, they won. Now who watch watches
es watches the store?
j In 176i, Richard Henry Lee
suggested the organization of
committees of correspondence
between the different colonies.
This prepared the way for the
first Continental Congress In
1774, of which Lee became a
member. He Introduced, In
1776, tht celebrated motion in
the Congress' -at Philadelphia
that ."these United Colonies
are, and of right ought to be,
free and- Independent jtates
absolved from all allegiance to
the British crown."
Irrestible Force Meets a Moveable Object
Walter Winchell In
Celebs About Town: Beatrice
Lillie, snubbing the 96 degree in inferno,
ferno, inferno, wearing, a wool -green ber
et, amons other apparel. . Con Constance
stance Constance Bennett, in slacks, stroll
ing swanky Park Avenue with
her pooch. .Newiyweds tommy
Leonetti and actress Pat Quinn
swapping Baby Talk in front of
El MoroLCO. .Patti Page draw drawing
ing drawing a crowd around tiie pant!
counter in Lord and Taylors. .
Ethel Merman bowing to Large
Applause as she enters the "Gyp "Gypsy'
sy' "Gypsy' stage door. .Marlon Bran Brando,
do, Brando, Monty Clift and Libby Hol Hol-man,
man, Hol-man, tea-for threeing at the Pent Penthouse
house Penthouse Club. .Fred Astaire at
the Embers to enjoy Jonah
Jones, his new maestro next Fall.
.Maurice Evans, the Shake
spearean star, admiring the clas classic
sic classic lines" of 'tne' "Lafm "Quartet
girl dept. .Eartha Kitt and a
trio of escorts at taoie contion s
jazzpot. .Lily Pons, looking like
a eirl (with her wnite piaunum
coiffure), in the St. MoriU foy
'Sallies n Our Alley: Two of
The Big Streets better known
chorus if) dopes were reading
the papers. One remarked:
"That wan some fight between
Johansson and Patterson '. .
"Yeah?" inquired the other. O O-ver
ver O-ver who?. .Jackie Gleason
supposes youve heard about the
Ampriean Indians family sending
tneir kids to Camp Shapiro forThe four pets in
Broadway Vignette: He was a
young theatre manager. She was
a diorine They fell in love.
But her parents opposed the
malch religious differences. .
Today, 40 years later, she calls
him twice a week from her pla
tial home in Hollywood. . .Just
to talk. .He is Al Rosen, man manager
ager manager of The Music Man," a big
hit show. .She became one of
the big names in Sex Appeal. .
Memos of a Midnighter: Qur-r.n
Elizabeth's roughest moments,
they say, were while dancing
with Montreal's Mayor Fournier.
.Big pressure plus legal threats
from Teamsters Union chiefs
cancelled Knopf's planned book
on Hoffa. .Marie Torre, who re refused
fused refused to disclose her source of
information in the Judy Garland
matter, is dickering with King
Features for syndication. Toots
Shor's star bartender (Ziggy) is
now at Mama Roses around the
corner. .Henry D. Babcock, Jr.
ot the Social Register and Nata
lie Pierrepont of the ditto (she
makes her debut soon) are
Big Deal Geraldine Pages un
derstudy in "Sweet Bird" (Mel
Dowd, who also looks like the
star) an.' Ron Harper of that hit
are Blaring. .The Dartmouth
Club may be the Stork Club's
new neighbor. .Former Champ
Jake LaMotta and model bally
Carlton are expected to biend
Midtown Novelette: She is per perhaps,
haps, perhaps, the most popular hostess
on the restaurant scene. ..A plea pleasant
sant pleasant person in her 60s. .All tl e
theater and newspaper people
like her "ery much. .One of the
elderly patrons kept asking her
for a dinner date. .She finally
accepted. He selected a swank
hotels dining room. .After tho
feast he irvited her to his suite
upstairs. ."Whet is this? nhe
said. . Oh, don t be alarmed,
he cooed, "I may even marry
you!. She gave him a glare
and left hire standing there. ...
At home she told her frowt son
about it. ;She thought he'd o
looking for the Cur and avenge
the Pass. . .Ins'ead, her in
chuckled and said: "Oh. Mom
you should've b?en flatteredl
Stape Door: The Geoflrev
love, signed to appear in "Close
Relations at the John Drew
Theater, Easthampton. .Sidney
Blackmer, featured in Sweet
Bird," owns a Summer theater
in Hinsda.e, Illinois. He produc produces,
es, produces, directs and casts by phone
from here. .Dolores Leigh is
rated one of the "hottest" cana
ries in the Catskills. Never had
a hit record. .Sandra Church,
who scored large in "Gypsy,
told Absinthe House chums she's
is just Deginning to beiieve shes
Made It. "The prices on me
nus," she said, "no longer throw
me". .Brenda Lewis must quit
the cast of "Song of Norway in
August. The ground she has to
cover at Jones Beach is too much
for an expectant mother. .Gre
ta Alihas been cast for "Five
Gates To Hell.' Audrey Hepburn
discovered her; in Switzerland.
. .Evelyn Pain, Photophay editor,
is so pretty, -she oughta be'in
muvies, nisieau ui euiung news
Manhattan Murals: Zenia, one
of Radio City's top ballerinas,
now at Lindy's hatcfteck dept
The 34th Street furniture store
with this window sign: Led-
room Problems Solved Here".
The expensively togged doormen
at Cannon Point South in Sution
Place) whose uniforms include
actual miniature cannons attached
to their epaulets. .Lettering on
the rear of a speeding moving
Wujet! Driver Asleep! .
show (two dawgs, one lamb and
one monkey) whose combined
yearly salaries total $12,500. .Ti .Tina
na .Tina Louise displaying her ample
charms in a swim-suit a Mon-
Tables For Two: Fernanda
Montel is the reason producer
Lawrence Carr's Rolls-Royce has
that permanent fragrance. She's
usually in it. .Gene Schwann
widow married millionaire Harold
Strauss ,of the Strauss Stores,
June 25. Her late husband's
song hits included "Bedelia' and
"Rockabyebaby". . .Broadway
show tunes haven't been in the
Top Ten since "My Fair Lady'
. .Sound alikes: "Five Pennies'
TOP DOG A huge great
Dane balances a tiny cocker
spaniel on his head. They're
the largest and smallest
pooches, respectively, at the the-Memphis,
Memphis, the-Memphis, Tenn., pound.
(from that film) and "This Lit Little
tle Little Pigjiie Went To Market" .
The Stage Delly flies smoked
sturgeon and Nova Scotia sal
mon to til and. Eddie every lort-
night. Add Don't Invites to the
same rati: j. mrrymore, Jr.
and Cortnne Calvet. .Are Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Burr and actress Joan Ta Tabor
bor Tabor planning a surprise?. .
Coasters suspect that prodJcer
Peter Glenville and Joan Conn,
widow of the Columbia Pix cnief,
have alliance plans. .."Mavenck'
leading lady Abby Dalton and
her groom are expected to amaze
Free Lemonade: Ted Husing's
soon-due book "My Eyes Are In
My Heart'. .Gloria Hearn's pia piano
no piano at the Rain tree. .Johnnie
Rays disc of "Here and No'.
. ."Handful of Grain' due Fri
dax. at HWi World., ,KEddie Hey Hey-wood's
wood's Hey-wood's xe recording of his big
hit. "Stft Summer Breeze.'
Cast of Characters: Billy Har Harvey,
vey, Harvey, one of the female imperso impersonators
nators impersonators in the "Gay Deceivers'
Revue at the Isle of Limbo ton
W. 57th) is an auto mecnanic
by day at a Bronx garage. .
Jack Gleason's agent, Bullets
Durgom, wanted to get rid of
Gleason many seasons ago. He
asked tne comedian for $1,200
(due him) and Gleason didnt
have it, so Gurgom had to sta
as his agent. He wound up mak making
ing making a million dollars in com mis
nons. .Jack Dempsey, who 'is
miffed with his ghost writer. Al-
hgedly tells pals he made him
switch his choice from Johans
son to .Patterson. .Laurer.ee
Harvey, star of "Room At The
Top," who reportedly has a uni
formed chauffeur driving him all
over London on his scooter.
Sounds in the Night: At Emily
Shaw's Inn: "Things could be
worse, you know .Like Monday
nights in Beverly Hills". .At
The Playbill: "I never thawt I'd
read about a Swede who was
more of a knockout than Ek-
berg". At the Hawaiian Room-
"He was dropped so many limes
by Johansson they're calline him
Floored Patterson".. .At Al Coo
per's: "The Kept Woman in a
Park Avenue apartment is at her
happiest in the corner bar'. .
In Reuben's: "Save your money.
On Broadway, friends ain't what
they used to be when you ain't
what you used to be.'
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IXCLUSIVILY OR I A LI AT
AMPLE AND PREI PARKING
WASHINGTON When a South
Carolina States Righter who
preaches economy goei to bat
for a Yankee shipyard for the
purpose of costing toe taxpayers
extra money, the taxpayer! need
to know about it.
It illustrates how the American
teoDle are dishing out unnecessa
ry dollars, partly due to week-
kneed top rras$ in tne -miuiary
who want to furry favor with
la this casftfyvice Aamv joqn
"Dutch" Will.: who has just retir
ed from the JMUitary Sef. Trans Trans-Dortation
Dortation Trans-Dortation Service -to beeeme head
Even more involved is Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Mendel Rivers, wnose
heavy drinking while on Con Congressional
gressional Congressional junkets abroad has
shocked both Americans and Eu
ropeans. '''."S"1 ""--.---i,-: .';'
rent eon ureas- rei s,wuiicic
are ine iaciT"1"! inH I
The Power Equipment Corpora Corporation,
tion, Corporation, chiefly owned by Joe Keily
of Connecticut, made a low bid
of $41,860 to repair the USS RAn
dall, which is operated by; Will's
Military Sea Transportation fleet.
The ship was delivered to the
Power Equipment Corporation in
Brooklyn for overhaul on March
3. On March 6, three days later,
company owner Kelly was clam clamoring
oring clamoring for more money to take
care of "extra work."
PRESSURE PAYS OFF
G. D. Cross, Brooklyn port en engineer
gineer engineer for the Military Sea Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Serice, ruled that the
"extras" would have to be rebid.
Kelly promptly started applying
He asked a friend in the; Penta
gon, James P. Goode, to arrange
an appointment with Will bnnul
aneously. Kelly was pulling more
The Military Sea Transportation
service must answer to the
House Merchant Marine Commit
tee and the House Armed Servic
es Committee. High on the list of
both committees is "Congressman
Rivers of South Carolina.
Through an intermediary, Kelly
arranged for Rivers to call Will.
What's all this trouble over
extras?" Rivers began his con
versation. Then he asked the ad
miral to see Kelly, even though
he does not come from South Ca
Kelly got in to see the admir
al at 9:30 a.m. March 10. While
JKeny was still seated across
from his desk, Will called his
commander in Brooklyn, Rear
Adm. D.' T.1 Eilerv'iawcl ordered
him to negouatewrffl-Keltyv-
ihis fast action shows what a
Congressman who meddles with
the taxpayers' money can do
when he applies the heat. It also
shows how some Pentagon offi
cials listen to any hint from Con
As a result, Power Equipment
was paid an extra $104,394 for
extra work. This was about two
thirds more than the original low
bid of $42,860.
However. Kelly and his Power
Equipment Company still weren't
satisfied. He came back on, April
25 with a demand for another
$129,000. He had little to back up
the claim, chiefly cited vague
MSTS officers asked for a de
tailed breakdown. Finally, on May
15, Kelly brought back a revised
claim for $166,581.19. This S.U11
didn't satisfy the MSTS. Its Deo
pie below Will were careful about
the taxpayers' money. So, on
June 9, Kelly upped his demand
still higher to $173,150.61.
PRAISE FOR ADMIRAL
Kelly cited few specifics to ius-
tifv all this extra money, chiefly
blamed the extra cost upon the
MSTS for "delays" and "inter "interference."
ference." "interference." August Kreuzkamp, president of
Power Equipment, admitted to
Will that there -had been a
strange breakdown in the compa company's
ny's company's bookkeeping. When MSTS
wanted the cost figures, those
fieures iust weren't available.
More important-, however, the
six functions $ kit tdN
v,i. w uccf. T
other numosa i
pressure from Capitol Hill conti continued.
nued. continued. Rivers,, the statuesque
South Carolinian,- had already tel
ephoned tne admiral. Now he in introduced
troduced introduced a flattering biography
of him in tne Congressional Rec Record.
ord. Record. It read in part:
"jDutch' WUi. as he is aoiru.
ingly known to his friends in the
Navy and in. maritime circles, it
an admiral admiral."
r Rivers tola thi to the House of
Bepresentatlveson June 5, just
&ur days before Kelly'i last
claim was submitted to the Na Navy.
vy. Navy. .... y
WheftiJaek;'.JtnHpr An mv a .
iflilanf. teleDhorrfri .!,.' if
pfeatediy .to, ask why he 'hc-sded
me. extra money, KeDy'i of office
fice office finally alibied that Kelly
.11. r we counury. Ac Actually
tually Actually he had been in Washing,
ton the day before.
Rivers when oueriu) ni.n4
complete mneeleeri Ho-admitted
lejepnoningswill lbout Kellyr but
had no explanation ': n k.
wag helping someone outside hig
"Will 8 dmltf (ifl 'niitf ifci u l
he had overruled his subordinateg
$014,394 for extra work on a con-
wmcn originally was to
Deved Kellv hd HiiK....i..
?.5,rbi? ,.?d uwas tryin8 to make
wW"; "y..paamn Ms book.
At first, the admiral ri.f
say who had called him from,
When Jack Anderson continued
to cross-examin him k. -j-.:..
al finally said: "Pm'noT go Tto
he to you. Yes, I got a c!u from
(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of the
Epiacopal Church hv the Mia Mia-sienary
sienary Mia-sienary Diecete f tb Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zone.) i
''For the bed is to short to
atrttch onetalf on It, and tho
covering, too narrow to wraa
oneself in it." (
Have you ever spent a night
trying to sleep on a narrow cot
with the covering just too short?
You twist and turn but you onlyl
make yourself more nncomforta- j
tmr is what is happening to ui
all the time in life: an inade inadequate
quate inadequate religion leaveg us "com "comfortless."
fortless." "comfortless." It happened to Isaiah's genera generation.
tion. generation. They had put their trust in
a religion of animal sacrifice and
outward ceremony. It could not
meet: the complexities of the set settled
tled settled land.
So it is with us. Disaster
comes and our shallow under understanding
standing understanding of the faith is not e e-nough.
nough. e-nough. If we are to survive tho
pressures g jjjnd j erafons of our
day. we must acquire a broader
comnrenhension of the faith, ono
which encompasses all of life.
How scantv and, threadbare most,
of our) religious convictions turn
out to; be.
Isaiah would call us back to
the fundamentals, justice and
righteousness He would turn our
thoughts to the Almighty God.
We have been shortsighted in our
faith. and therefore life has ghort ghort-sheeted
sheeted ghort-sheeted us.
W : O F E R
The Urfltit At ortmant
,mifZ: '' '.
MONAURAL AND STEREO
FOR ALL YOUR
IFPICIENT REPAIR SERYICI
Homes (Nancy Berg), still in
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IHI PANAMA AMULHAK AM itU-AiUU L.U-V .-.V.'arAVkA ,,
Ike Says Khrushchev's War Talk
Is No Way To Reach Solutions
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NEWLY-ELECTED OFFICERS of the 3albpa Iions Club were installed by the vice-governor
at a stfecial dinnerparty held in ihe Fern Room Kite Tivoli Guest House. Guests from other clubs attended Including Panama Lions
Club president, Pablo Paz and -president-elect Juan. Pascual. Colon lions president Dr,' Max mo Carmo, region "ftT
ernor Carlos' Rodger; Tomas Paredes. Hans Frank and others. The newly eccted Balboa officers pictured above art (left to right),
past president Balboa Lions Club Zelig Blumberg; third vice-president William Ambrose; .TL o
second vice-president Earle Best; president Wooduow W Dillon ; Director Ben Pollock, secretary William Sullivan; director Dominic
Roberto; Lion Twister Bill Bright; Lion Tamer Charles Lavallee.
Steelworkers Resolved To Strike
Tuesday If No Contract Is
NEW YORK, July 9 (UPI) The United Steelworkers of America returns to the bargain bargain-tor
tor bargain-tor table today resolved to call a steel itrike next Tuesday midnight, despite President Elsen Elsenhower's
hower's Elsenhower's plea for extended wage negotiations, if no :eontrac.t has been reached by then.
Steelworkers president J)avid .1. McDonald made this clear when he said yesterday he was
sure Mr. KhShdwer d notflWejnd that the anion and the basic steel industry "negotiate for forever"
ever" forever" TT'r '.Y-4-: "1
The union was expected to call its 171 memb er wag poUcy committee to meet here by Mon Monday
day Monday to issue the official order for a suspension of work. Steel mills that produce 90 percent of the
nation's most basic industrial metal will begin shutting down this weekend if the talks are still
'Stalemated. !'' .-.;' ; .,
McDonald' s 1 comment followed
the expressed ftoa?oe,''the,re
sident at his news conference yes yesterday
terday yesterday that the two sides would
continue negotiating until a new,
non-inflationary contract for 500, 500,-000
000 500,-000 steelworkers Is agrreed upon.
"If there is good faith on the
companies' part, we can conclude
an agreement by 12:10 a.m. July
15," McDonald said. "Every pe period
riod period of negotiations must have a
terminal nointi This is the one
V. that has been,. agreed upon by the
n rmrTiAC ....j ,.-.. Kni tun
v"R. Conrad Cooper, ohLflegQiJ
' t ator for the 12 companies, said'
management would be willing to
keep the talks going as long as
necessary to reach a non-inflationary
"We believe that a non-infla-
Health Bureau Club
Ready For Annual
Club Health Bureau fias com completed
pleted completed the preparations its an anniversary'
niversary' anniversary' dancti that wiftVbe. held
on Saturday at the" Casin Vina
del Mar in San Francisco Me, 1
The musical program, will be
highlighted by 'the presentation of
Walter Woods "the old man of
the Blues" and his band, featuring
Lenny Thomas. Maestro Willie Mo Mo-ro
ro Mo-ro whose orchestra wiR furnish the
dance music, will provide a spe special
cial special selection of old favorites.
Many of these old favorites will
be sung by veteran vocalist John Johnny
ny Johnny Blondell who will appear as
The occasion will mark the
third anniversary of the club
which began its observance last
Sunday, by attending service at
the St. PauTs Church -n; Panama Panama-Pit
Pit Panama-Pit v -
Following the service the mem members
bers members of the club and their friends
attended a-teaal the home of
Mrs. lUfc i KajMi i "in n jijI
Guests are reminded reserva reservation
tion reservation -7 ji mijui iitimiw
tie-nary agreement is in the best
interests of the country," Cooper
said. "We have been endeavoring
for weeks to negotiate sucn an
agreement, and we will continue
to exert every effort to that end."
He said the companies "have
been Willing and will continue to
be willing to keep our plants in
operation while we negotiate."
Cooper also said tne seconu
crisis deadline" of midnight next
Tuesday could have been averted
if the ? union had agreed to an
eanlier company, proposed for an
indefinite extension of the current
ceatracts SMbjectfoi termination
by either party on-10 dys'
Menace Vast Areas
Oi Asian Continent
TOKYO. July 9 (UPI)-,Torren-
tial rains and rising rivers menac menaced
ed menaced 'vasfstretches of Asia today.
. Mbre' thaln' 2T8' persons already
were dead or missing in floods or
landslides in mainland China, Pa Pakistan,
kistan, Pakistan, the Republic of Korea and
Jaan; ,, "';
At least 250 others were injured.
Close to 1.5 million acres of preci precious1
ous1 precious1 farmland' were under water,
many' of them completely destroy destroyed.
ed. destroyed. Hundreds of thousands of
homes were flooded.
China and Pakistan had the
worst of this watery rampage so
Floods in Southern China's Pearl
River Delta "the worst in a cen century,"
tury," century," according to official Com Communist
munist Communist Chinese reports left 187
dead; 29 missing, 204 injured, 200, 200,-000
000 200,-000 homes' destroyed and nearly
l!3 mfflion acres ruined or dam damaged.
aged. damaged. "" 4
' In West Pakistan the Indus, Ra Ravi
vi Ravi and Chenab rivers burst their
hanks, leaving at least 50 dead.
Estimates of the iniured and of
The Steelworkers originally had
been poised to strike at midnight
June 30, the expiration date of
their old three-year contracts with
the industry. But both sides a a-greed
greed a-greed to continue the talks for
two weeks behond the strike dead deadline
line deadline at the request of President
The Chief Executive said at
his news conference that when he
originally suggested the truce, he
did not postulate a two-week ex extension
tension extension but had urged the two
sides to "continue to negotiate un
til a solution was reached."
He said he had no further plans
to intervene "rftHer' fhW 'WZoW:'
jtinue to urge both sides to con
tinue negotiations to find a reason reasonable
able reasonable answer" to the wage dead:
At an earlier stage in the nego negotiations,
tiations, negotiations, Eisenhower had urged the
two sides to come up with a non non-inflationary
inflationary non-inflationary settlement. The steel
companies said they could afford
no wage increase without raising
prices. The union said the boom booming
ing booming industry could easily grant a
substantial pay boost out of bur burgeoning
geoning burgeoning profits without raising
The bargaining teams conclud concluded
ed concluded their day's work at 4 p.m. yes yesterday
terday yesterday Cooper told newsmen lat lat-today."
today." lat-today." But he refused to go into
U.S.S.R. -rS chIKA
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RED BATTLERS A cam campaign
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munity community to fight against new
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WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower yesterday in ef effect
fect effect accused Soviet Premier Nik Nik-ita
ita Nik-ita S. Khrushchev of indulging in
irresponsible threats with his talk
about the possibility of war over
Tho President made the state
ment at one of his more out outspoken
spoken outspoken news conferences at which
he clarified his civil rights views
somewhat and threatened Con Congress
gress Congress wim a special session if it
cuts his aid program too deeply.
Discussing Khrushchev, Eisen
hower said he did not think re responsible
sponsible responsible people should indulge in
anything that can be oven re remotely
motely remotely considered ultimatums or
threats." He said tnii was no way
to reach peaceful solutions.
The President was commenting
on Khrushchev's recent remark to
former Gov. AvereH Harrtman of
New York that if the West wants
war over Berlin "you ean have
it." Khrushchev threatened to un
leash his "automatic rockets" in
any such war.
Th. President also took a cau
tious aDnroach toward Khrush
chev s proposal to a group oi
visiting U. s. governors for an ex
change of visits between himself
and Eisenhower. The soviet cnier
said such visits would be "bene
The President said mat if
Khrushchev only wanted to come
here on a ceremonial or social
trip then the single Important ques
tion would be what kind of re reception
ception reception he would get. H raised
no great objection to such a trip.
But he said difficult problems
would be raised if Khrushchev
wanted to engage in "tough" face-to-face
negotiations. Such talks
possibly would be misunderstood
by. this country's allies, he said
and would have to be studied very
On the domestic scene, the
President threw some light on his
stand on racial segregation. He
has skirted the subject in the past
on grounds that his position calls
for him to enforce the laws re
gardless of how he feels about
The President said in a brief
reply to a questioner that segre
gation is "morally wrong" to the
extent that it "interferes with
citizens' equality of opportunity in
both the economic and political
fields." There was no elaboration
or specific reference to school seg segregation.
regation. segregation. On other issues, the President:
Voiced hope that steel labor
and management would continue
negotiating until a settlement is
reached. In the industrial field,
he said, a strike is "the last ac ac-(
( ac-( ion" that should ever be taken.
He urged both sides to consider
what is best for the country.
Congress next fall to get enough
foreign aid funds, especially mili military
tary military assistance which the Senate
has voted to trim.
Defended his votes of Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic legislation, such as the big
housing bill, as in the interests of
the country. He vehemently de declared
clared declared h had no thought of politi political
cal political fain since be will be finished
with politics when h leaves the
White House 18 months hence.
Said Vice President Richard
M. Nixon would have the authority
to order use of nuclear bombs in
a war if Eisenhower was forced
by an emergency, obviously an
incapacitating illness, to step out
of his post temporarily.
Dl O AIM. LI
He plans to confer with French
President Charles de Gaulle at
the first opportunity to discuss
points of difference between
France and the United States,
particularly regarding France's re
fusal to permit NATO atomic
weapons on French soil.
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Bathelor (UPI)-Bathelor king Baudouin of Bel Belgium
gium Belgium arrived for a state visit to
Holland yesterday and made ae
big a hit as he did two months
ago on his American tour.
Crowds of Dutch at Schiphol
Airport and along the route to the
shouted "Long live the King" as
the smiling 28-year-old Baudouin
He was accompanied by Queen
Juliana and, Prince Bernhard, his
hosts for the visit.
Said he saw no reason why
a Catholic should not be elected
president. He said his vote would
never be influenced by the relig religion
ion religion of a candidate. The President
had "no opinion whatsoever" on
whether a Catholic could be elec elected.
ted. elected. Sen. John F. Kennedv (D (D-Mass.),
Mass.), (D-Mass.), a Catholic, is regarded as
a Democratic presidential possi possibility.
bility. possibility. CONGRESS
Said that, all else failing, he
could eall a special session of
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"DEBUTANTES TO BE PRESENT2D TO SOCIETY
SAX PAMAS CUADALUPANAS BALL TOMORROW
Sf?The Union Club in Panama City will be the scene of a social high high-fiknt
fiknt high-fiknt Of the year tomorrow evening when the annual Debutante Ball
ynil present a number of socially-prominent yung women to society.
The ball, of long-standing tradition in Panama," is being sponsored
the Damas Guadalupanas.
Among the active members of the group are Mrs. RicardW. Al Al-?aro
?aro Al-?aro Mrs Tomas Arias, Mrs. George Holsinger; Mrs. Rogelio Alfaro,
nri. rioracio ware anu vw;m,u y",u-
Among the young ladiei to be
presented will De to" Mary Elea Eleanor
nor Eleanor aiCKS, aaugnter oi U. Col.
iuSMrs. Thomas M, B. Hicks
W. Of lort Koobe; Miss Judith
KSthleen r'leuniken, daughter ot
Iavy Capt. ana Mrs. James Alex Alexander
ander Alexander Flenniken of Balboa Heights;
Miss Eleanor Lorraine Stancook,
daughter of Col. and Mrs. Joseph
Cob SUncook of Albrook.
Miss Gabriela Fredericks, daugh daughter
ter daughter 0t Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fred Fredericks
ericks Fredericks of Panama City, and Miss
Marjorie Smith, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bartley J. Smith of Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Heights.
One of the debutantes, Miss Lu Lu-trfta
trfta Lu-trfta Alfaro, entertained the group
f rls to be presented tomorrow
evening at a tea at her residence.
The event was the, first of a num number
ber number of social activities to fete the
girls this season.
To Be Honortd Friday
At Girl Scoot Tea
Lady Olave Baden-Powell, widow
of the founder of the Scout move movement
ment movement who is visiting the Isthmus
this week, win be guest of honor
at a tea tomorrow afternoon at
four In the Fern Room of the Ti Ti-voli
voli Ti-voli Guest House. J
Canal Zon Girl Scoots and In International
ternational International Girl Scouts will be co co-hostesses.
hostesses. co-hostesses. Troop leaders representing each
neighborhood and members of the
executive board from each orga organization
nization organization Win attend. A portrait of
Lord Baden-Powell will be dis displayed.
played. displayed. The portrait, which usual usually
ly usually hangs in the Canal Zone Girl
Scout Office at Diablo, was paint
l-gTiy Helnt Twnate Krtchap oh fish, toe, It' wonderful I
: Fmi0 2-0741
ed by Mrs.' Alexander Fairchild
from a photograph.
Guests will be Lady Baden Baden-Powell,
Powell, Baden-Powell, Mrs. W; E. Potter, Mrs.
John.p, McElheny, Miss Barbara
Stiles, traveling companion to La Lady
dy Lady Baden-Powell, Mrs. Clarita
Higuero, president of the Mucha Mucha-chas
chas Mucha-chas Guias of Panama City, Mrs.
Frances Twomey, secretary of the
Muchachas Guias, and Mrs. Alex Alexander
ander Alexander Fairchild.
Helping to serve will be four
girls from Canal Zone Senior
Troop 80, Cecilia Egleston, Chris Christine
tine Christine Huff, Phyllis Crook and Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Parker.
To California Homo
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Graves, who
have been the houseguests of Capt.
and Mrs. Robert F. Legge at the
Fifteenth Naval District Head Headquarters,
quarters, Headquarters, left Sunday to return to
the'r hom- in Oakland, Calif.
The visitors returned to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus for a .brief visit after joining
Capt. and Mr?. Legge on a trip in
Bake Sale Sunday
At Holy Fjn"y Church
The Rosary Altar Society of Ho Holy
ly Holy Fmily Church in Margarita
will sponsor a bake sale before
and after each mass Sunday at the
All women of the parish are urg urged
ed urged to attend the reguhr meeting
of the society this evening at 7:30
at the Knights of Columbus home.
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Miss Mayer Visits
Family In Panama
Miss Sylvia Mayer of New
Rochelle, N.Y., arrived tnis weeK
to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Eisenmann of El Cangrejo. She is
a student at Western Keserve urn
versitv at Cleveland. Ohio.
Mis. Maver traveled here from
Havana, and will stay for two
weeks before continuing to Bogo
Baby Shower Honors
Mrs. Billio MacPhail
Mrs. Billie MacPhail, who is to
leave the Isthmus Sunday, was
guest of honor at a baby shower
given by Mrs. Peggy Beard at her
Guests included Mrs. Vera Dav
enDort. Mrs. Irene Fowler, Mrs
Alice Kesner, Mrs. Louise Ed
wards, Mrs. Joyce Henke, Mrs.
Doris Orr, Mrs. Martha Alexand
er, Mrs. Dorothy Evans, Mrs
Kathereen Bathurst and Mrs. Jean-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Carey
of Balboa announce the birth of
their fourth child, a son, born Ju July
ly July 1. He has been named Robert
The maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Sonder Sonder-man
man Sonder-man of Frederkktown, Mo. Pater Paternal
nal Paternal are Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Carey.
former Zonians now residing at
Laguna Beach, Calif.
Gulick NCO Wives
Plan Bazaar Friday
The NCO Wives Club at Fort Gil-
lick will iDonior a bazaar tnmor.
row in the Bamboo Room of the
T IU. III
duuuis wui leaiure nana wont,
baked enodi. "white elnhant
kitchen items, plants, grab bag
and fish pond.
The bazzar will be open to the
public from 2 to 4 cm. and 7 to
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Reformatory Immates. Angry
With 4 Who Tried To Escape
i MONROE, Wash. (UPI-Th
entire inmate popuiauoa ot tne
state reformatory nere hat turned
hostile toward the four convicts
who terrorized women and chil
dren hostages in a 14-hour escape
attempt, Supt. Ernest C, Timpani
"I believe the four should be
transferred to th state penitent!
ary at Walla Walls," Timpani
said. "We've been getting reports
all day that the other 844 Inmates
of the institution have no us efor
Prison guards captured the four
would be fugitives Tuesday
thourgh a trick and a teargas at attack.
tack. attack. The inmates, hoping to force
officials to let them escape,
threatened hostaees seized in the
reformatory visitors' room with
butcher knives and huge meat
forks until guards captured them
in a two-minute tear gas assaui;.
Three of the convicts remained
under guard in the reformatory
hospital today, recovering from
minor injuries suffered w n e n
niards beat them into submission.
The fourth, David K. Owens. 19,
was in solitary confinement. Those
in the hospital were Richard Mur
Retail Meal Prices
Due To Drop, Says
WASHINGTON (UPI) the
Agriculture Department reported
today that pork and perhaps
beef should be good buys for
housewives during coming
At the same time, the depart department's
ment's department's monthly report on the live livestock
stock livestock and meat situation indicated
lean times are ahead for meat
The department said retail pork
prices already are aown ana
prices of beef have not advanced
further in recent months."
Department economists said
nork will be a "good buy" for at
least the next 12 months. If hog
production continues upward, tney
said, prices in the fall of 1960
"would be seriously depressed.
All-in-all, the department said,
total meat supplies "are up
enough to arrest the three year,
uptrend in consumer meat prices
Durine May. pork prices aver
aged 7V4 cents a pound less than
in Mav of 1958. and the depart
ment said the difference doubt doubtless
less doubtless was wider is June. In recent
was nrices of hams have been
Hfh lowest sine. November. 1957.
Beef prices in May tne last
month surveyed by the depart department
ment department were slightly abovljtti
same month In 1958. But no
changes are expected for the rest
of this .year.
"In the next 12 months, cattle
slaughter may start upward and
prices downward, the report iai
The outlook for prices of lamb
cuts at retail is uncertain at tnii
time, but prices In coming months
probably will be no higher than
during comparable periods a year
The department was cautious
about predicting the lone -inge
outlook for beef prices. The econ
omists suggested that slaughter
might be reduced enough in late
summer and fall to Increase
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ray, 20; Robert Jesmin, 23, and
Donald de Courcey, 22. v
Timpani said the hospitalized
men also would go into solitary
confinement, "probably in a cou couple
ple couple of days" and remain there un until
til until taken, into court to face what whatever
ever whatever charges the Snohomish Coun County
ty County prosecutor decides upon.
Timpani said security provisions
for the visitors room, which the
escape plotters turned into a small
prison of their own. "certainly
will be tightened up."
"We'll nevr let anvthlnv Wr
this develop again," he said.
The superintendent said he
agreed with dr. Garrett heyns.
state director of institutions, that
the fact the visitors room has a
single entrance and is close to the
kitchen were disadvantages.
"The troublemakers knew we
had only one way toset at them."
"I hone the public will remem
ber that it was only four bad ap apples
ples apples that caused all the trouble,"
he said. "I'm certainly happy
about the way the other 844 men
behaved throughout the problem.
Pretty near all of them have
wives, mothers or children of their
own, and I think they were pulling
Picket City Hall
In Bikini Quarrel
LONDON (UPI)-The tempera
ture rose to 89 degrees in usualh-
cool London yesterdan and some
people did something about it:
Six striptease artists picketed
the Westminister City Hall because
they had been thrown out of a
public bath for wearing biKinis.
Three of the pickets sported ab abbreviated
breviated abbreviated swimsuits. The other
three wore down -to the knees
bathing costumes of 50 years ago.
"To bare or not to bare, thai is
the question," read one of their
Laborer Terence D. spencer of
South London wore a little more,
but it got him in trouble. He bor
rowed his father-in-law's light
weight suit to beat the heat.
When he found $280 in a pocket
he decided to beat the horses.
They beat him. He pawned the
suit to recoup. Same results. His
father-in-iaw called the police.
Laay mf isegsie sraddock
called tor help tor the police.
L The 2253MJnd Laborite. said the
policemen on auxy in ine nouie
of commons in near 90 degree
heat should be allowed to take
off their heavy coats.
The sneaker said he'd uk teo
help, but his jurisdiction did not
extend to policemen's lacxeis.
They stayed on. v
For anyone who got, too hot, the
Da v Sketch offered a cooung
prize for the best caption to a
The prize was a lawn chair
equipped with: A puiiwn reiriger reiriger-ator
ator reiriger-ator for cold drinks, an overhead
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- L RATION
ty OSWALD JACOBY ; -Written
fer NIa Service
4 - i
North and SotAh vulnerable
Senth Wert Nerth la
le Pass 14v X V
14 2 2
2 Pass 4d Pass
Opening lead V S
When you are pretty sure that
your partner has bid a four card
suit you try to avoid raising him
with only three trumps but North
could find no better bid tftan two
As for his raise to four spades
the only favorable thine that can
be said about it is that it was bo
worse than South'a bid of three.
East cashed two heart tricks
and led the eight of clubs. A trumo
shift would have beaten the hand
but East did not want to lead
from the queen.
From this point on South Justi
fied his overbid. He won that club,
cashed dummy's two high dia diamonds
monds diamonds and his other high club and
ruffed a third club with dummy's
ten of trumps.
At this point East could not
beat the hand. Actually he over over-ruffed
ruffed over-ruffed and led a. trump. South
won in his own hand, ruffed an
other dub with dummy's kmc of
trumps, got back to his hand by
rumng a diamond, drew trumps
and made the last trick with his
When South ruffed with dum
my's ten of spades East had sev
eral lines of defense. It should
be of considerable interest to you
readers to itudy them and see
how South could reply to each
Q The bidding has been:
North Eart Soath West
2 4 Pass T
You, South, hold:
A2z TKQJ1SIS7 fit I4
What do you do?
A If your partner wUt reetf reetf-litte
litte reetf-litte a peeUlrsest bid them yett
should bid three heart to shew
Tw hetfrsuM with no aces er
ether hlyh cutis.
Your partner opens with two
diamonds and the next pla,"?r
ovcrcalls two hearts.
You, South, hold:
Q 11754 V54! 422 Jf
V What do you dot
Patrol Car Races
To Meet Stork
AVOCA. N.Y. (UPI) Police
just naturally gave chase when
they saw one of tneir patrol cars
speeding through town, srsn wall walling,
ing, walling, with a civilian at the wheel.
They stopped the car, and start
cA in rrf th driver James: H.
Young, 33. But when they heard
his story, they aeiayea tne arrest.
Young, told officers he was
rushing his expectant wife to a
hospital in nearby Bath they lt
him drive on.
"I was nervous and I couldn't
find anybody to take my wife to
the hospital," explained Young.
His wife gave birth to a girl girl-six
six girl-six hours later.
The Julcee of I different garden
fresh vegetables are blended tat
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(Derethy KllgalUn Is en va va-atlon.
atlon. va-atlon. Her guest
day Is eempeser and Academy
Award wlnr, Dlwltrl Tlem-
Ul l41V aaioiva. ve -
wlrd nominee on the evening the
mntinn nicture innusiry yy 4?-
bute to its own creations. A di
rector might oe lrniawe
some prior shooting earlier in
the day; a ieaamga ma u,m.
have s half-hour tussie frying iu
properly anoi ms. dow w
a glamour girl could easily. ;
concerned with .make up and th
correct fit of her new, ,exciusrvek
never-wofn-before designer origin original
al original I Cn recount quiet honestly
my own mood in we iew nmu
prior to last April's gstnerina.,
I sat in my study talking with
my wife, Albertiha Rasch, wiiom
you may rememoer as a
and teacher of th dance. ; When
Albertina left to dress, 1 iapsea
into a relaxed kind of ousk
dreaming and' my tnougnw cov covered
ered covered a maze of memories. There
was no nervous anxiety on my
part concerning the acquisition of
I found myself thinking of the
multitude of people who wen in
volved in the behind-the scehes
ODeiration that sometimes culmi
nates with an Oscar under tne;
arm and a short manic you
My thoughts strayed to copyists,
orchestrators, musicians, script
writers, actors, editors, and the
hundreds of people Who mike
good finished product possible.
When I naid tribute to "the fish"
after receiving my award for
"The Old Man and The Sea,"
and received a fair mount of
laughter in the theatre, it wasn't
quite at humorous as it came
out, for the musid I wrote fbr
the picture was inspired by the
strength of Ernest Heminway's
words, his description 01 tne
days-long battle that pitted a
mas s some against tne renex
tehacity of a hooked fish. So you
see, the fish was an Important -ment
in my attempt to convey
musically the power of the prose.
tot some untold reason, I
found myself recalling time In Investednot
vestednot Investednot spent with the late
George Gershwtai For a while
I wis not relaxing In an easy
chair In Los Angeles; it was Par Paris,
is, Paris, May 1028, and 1 was going on
stags st the Theatre Natclnal
de TOpera to participate, as pia piano
no piano soloist, in fthe first European
performance of Gershwin's "Con
certo in F.
Then, in a sort of musical m!t,
I began to hear assorted notes
and phrases that were typically
George's short excerpts from
a doten or more Gershwin melo
dies, inspired, strong American
rhvtnms that incited out Twen
tieth century. 1 reausea mat 20
ywmiw uau svuis imiu buiiw fftlu
George's premature oeitn shock
ed the world. .
,: i .':
","'1 ... t tely 'stamped him as Amen-
lf you are at all euripu. greatest composer,
probably! have wondered I thought about the 115 mo'lon
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vnuivsif it if i mil rw
Antwar to Prevloua Puate
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as ox March quality
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IS Slanted type s writer,
40 Speed contests Stanley
43 Glance ever
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THE VOICE OF
by Dorothy Killgallen
To this day I believe that had
She lived. George would have gone.
on to ms greatest tnumpns n
the past decade, Perhaps his ac accomplishments
complishments accomplishments would have uiti-
dertltanding full well that the
successful writer must be on
friendly terms with versatility.
When I was Scoring for the 100 100-man
man 100-man orchestra on in MGM's. "The
Great Walts" I'm sure I had no
premonition that some day I'd he
writing a television theme song,
"Rawhide." to be resoundingly
belted out by ; the robustly uninhi uninhibited
bited uninhibited Frarikie Lainc!; ot writing
a screen ballad for a rock 'n'
roll idol, RMcy Nelson.
i guess u 1 were giving out my
personal citations for the produc producer
er producer who did the most to open the
gates for original music in mo
tion pictures! I'd bestow the lau
rels ; upon ravid 0. Selznick,
who, more than any other man,
recognized that mood music did
not come out of a book or "can."
He championed the cause of
making music an integral Dart of
a motion .Picture.: an. .embellish
ment to script My contemp v
anes'-and 1 owe him a great
I got to thinking of the Broad-
1 s rivma t svvs a t w niiivui wta-
Way shows and a contemolated
trip to Manhattan.'"" I confess I
nave a real desire to write for
the Broadway stage.
It has advanced, in a musical
sense, in such proportions that
any composer open to challenge
anouio jump at the opportunity
to write for a first-rate Broad-
hway musical. I hope to realize
my personal ambition within the
next year, There are a number
of good properties that have al-
ready attracted my fancy.
Well, that's what happened to
me for the two hours before you
turned on your television set and
watched the parade of happy
winners in Hollywood, Truthfully,
I am a venr hanov man tn h
part of this stimulating business.
1 salute and bow in the direction
or my fellow motion picture mu music
sic music writers. those livinff ami
dead, who ihave: contributed io
much, in the 20 years that I hive
been associated ; with this me me-dium.
dium. me-dium. 1 f,y,'S; 'py,.
They have helped give Rive
screen awareness depth, qualify,
ind a lasting place-among 'he
arts and sciences. Theirs his
been s labor of love snd crea crea-tlon.
tlon. crea-tlon. The motion picture is rich,
er for their complements; (he
motion, picture..,; companies are.
CHANCILIOR RISIGNS j
;VlENNA (UPliPormer ehan.
eel or Julius. Raab submitted his
resignation last 's night to Pres President
ident President Adolf Schserf after he wis
unable to form a new conserva conservative
tive conservative socialist coalition govern govern-ment.:
ment.: govern-ment.: Raab, chancellor since loss
had been unsuccessful' sine the
general elections Ms v in In ef.
forts to form a government, 1 ',
830 'ipfinMslOM-JCa. : frlto
Te i rjuf aju American 'ak inditendimt daily Niwsf Area
THURSDAY, JULY f ; 195S...J: ;
paoi Frvi y
.Social and Otli
THREE EMPLOYES of the U.S. Army Caribbean Ordnance Section, Corozal, retired recently, after
Ion nd faithful service 10 ine u.a;reaerai uovernmeni. la. mm. naner jurisuu, uen, nve mem
fetterf"of appreciation; signed by Maj. 6eiu Charles L, Dasher, commanding general of USARCA
RIB and Col; John Nickersou Jr.;- Ordnance chief. From left to right, members of the group are:
MartellO. Samuel T4 VumeL, WOO IUol euwrea ivmnem mi me iuiupi kuu vv..-
ed with 33 years aervice with the Department of the Army and the Navy. He lives at 12-22 Fourth
of July Avenue. Second from the;right Is Ventflra Navarro who is retiring with more than 30 years
serviced His first tout: tl employ mej with the Panama Canal Com
pany atartedt n'ltaO.and'stayed'wttt that organization until 1930 when he transferred to the Ord Ord-nane
nane Ord-nane Section, whete except for fourahort,breaks in service he has been since. He is married and
has threeJ children and: resides at House 5-27, on 19th, Street,' East, Panama City, At the right is
HermatrArB: AJleir5iei yearf entc has, been with the Ordnance for over 16 years. He
first saw Federal Service with the Panama Canal Company in 1925. He Uvea at House 23-111. 19th
Street East, Panama City ' (US Army Photo)
Danish Students ;
Who Saw Saucers
Admit It Was Hoax
COPENHAGEN, July (UPI)
.-The two Danish students who
"saw" and "photographed" a fly flying
ing flying saucer yesterday morning ad admitted
mitted admitted today it was a fake.
The Copenhagen forenoon pap paper
er paper "B.T." which published the re.
port and the pictures yesterday
quoted the ?twO students? 0 e
Strandgaard and Joergen1 Ekyall,
. Dvinn "Wi u;at onlv makinfi
a joke. We had .no idea it would J
amnh liimnnainns' I
banc uw v...w-"--
The two students gave their re report
port report yesterday "!'iand the
Banish Stati' Radio; They went
on Danish' television to talk of
the sighting of the- saucer on the
Island of Amager.
! They fooled a lot of people.
It Was not until this morning
that they broke down and admit admitted
ted admitted the hoax. "It was difficult for
us to carry the load of all these
lies," they told B.T. "After all we.
are not psycopaths."
-4 LONDON "(UPI) Matthias
Gantnery'Slr war sent w Jarlqr
1 mnntkl 'tnrfav for7 uteau'Atf
a loaf of bread in a London dis district
trict district called Peckham Rye. .
MISS CARMEN LOPEZ, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lopez of
Curundu Heights, will be honored
at a Sweet Sixteen birthday party
tomorrow evening at the Knishts
of Columbut Club in Balboa.
MOROCCO KING ILL
VALLODOLID, Spain (UPI) A
motorcade .carryihg 'Xhie Moham-
.med V of Morocco through Spain
stop nere yesterday so the king
miffht recover ; from' a sudden
48 In Denmark Die
In Burning, Sinking
Of Pleasure (rail
HADERSLEV, Denmark, July
9 (UPI) Teams of frogmen
brought up additional bodies to today
day today from the bottom of an arti artificial
ficial artificial lake where an overcrowded
sightseeing boat exploded into
flames and sank with heavy loss
Police said 48 men, women and
children died when flames raked
the sightseeing boat Dam Ende
yesterday and the vacationing
passengers broke into such a pa panic
nic panic the crew was unable to ge:
to the life preservers stored under
At least 35 persons were in injured,
jured, injured, many seriously, and autho authorities
rities authorities feared the death toll would
rise. Frogmen found additional bo bodies
dies bodies in the wreckage today and
military authorities brought in oth other
er other divers to make a mora tho thorough
rough thorough search.
It wai believed no Americans
were aboard the gaily painted
pleasure craft but several Ger German;,
man;, German;, Swedish rfd"ae4fian -tourists
were aboard with their chil children.
dren. children. ;
Visits Isthmian Club
Fred Phelps, a member of th
Williwaw Toastmasters Club ot
Adak, Alaska, who is visiting ot
the Isthmus, was a special guest
of the Isthmian Toastmasters Club
at a meeting Tuesday evening.
Jim O'Rorke was named best
speaker of the evening, and Pat
Moran was cited as the member
showing the most Improvement.
The next meeting of the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Toastmasters will be a father-son
affair on Tuesday, June 20,
in the Fern Room of the Tivoli
Guest House. Further information
may be obtained from Cdr. S. E.
Taylor, Navy 2434.
A particularly large attendant
at the USO-JWB Tuesday evening
necessitated the Mitchell Progres Progression
sion Progression of play for the duplicate
For the North-South teams, first
place winners were R. Wolf and
P. Hodson; second. Charlie Zelen Zelen-ka
ka Zelen-ka and Manfred Engel; third, A.
Zoldhelyi and Eugene. Wolfe; and,
fourth, Tom Reed and Gloria
For the East-West teams, first
place winners were Mr. and Mrp.
Norman Scadron second, Mr., and
Mrs. H. E. Colei third, Mrs. C.
Zelenka and Mrs. Murray Slip Slipper;
per; Slipper; and fourth Mrs. R. Wolf and
Duplicate Bridge is played each
JWB Batta Class
The batea painting class, di directed
rected directed by Arthur Mokray. will be
held at 7:30 this evening at the
USO-JWB in Balboa. The public is
invited to participate.
Orchid Chapter, O.E.S.
Orchid Chapter. Order of the
Eastern Star, will have a stated
meeting tomorrow evening at 7:30
at the Scottish Rite Temple In Balboa.
Refreshments will be served af
ter the meeting.
Tuesday evening at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center in
US Congress Urged
To Give Approval
01 'Food For Peace'
WASHINGTON (UPI) A
spokesman foi the National Plan
ning Assn. w ged Congress on
yesterday to approve a proposed
"food for peacor bill to help pro
vide constructive" outlets for u,
S. crop surpluses.
Lauren Soth, an editor of the
Des Moines, Iowa, Register and
Tribune told t'le Senate Foreign
Relations Committee that farm
output is likeiy to outrun do domestic
mestic domestic needs for the next 25 years
unless workable production con controls
trols controls are adopted.
"So it will make sense to try
to find construe live uses' for the
surpluses, the Iowa editor said.
He appeared on behalf of the
planning association at hearings
on the food ftr peace measure
sponsored by Sen. Hubert H.
' The bill would provide for long long-ranee
ranee long-ranee export sales of U.S. sur
pluses for foreign currency. It
also calls for long term credit
sales and grants to help lagging
nations build up their rood re reserves.
serves. reserves. The American Farm Bureau
Federation joined the state and
Agriculture Departments, wh I e h
testified Tuesday, in opposing the
John C. Lynn, a Farm Bureau
official, said his organization
favored a sca'rd-down two year
extension of the present law
authorizing exports of farm sur surpluses
pluses surpluses for foreign currency.
Lvnn said provisions of Humph Humphrey's
rey's Humphrey's bill, including a plan to
transfer operation of the overseas
food proeram H a proposed new
peace food administration, "could
cause real trouble for the United
. Quink it th mly Ink eon eon-tolntns
tolntns eon-tolntns Bolv-X, which cleini
your pen ti you writ. For
ufoty, um Routi tlui
WuhtbU Quink whleb
wuhn rlh( out,
''" rw traiiti wrltlnr
m Ftrmwttnl Quink.
THE ARMY COMMENDATIONS MEDAL, pinned on the uniform of Capt. James E. Whitener, USi,1
chief of plans in th Office of the Caribbean Command assistant chief of staff, J-3, plans and oper--ations
division, was awarded for exceptionally menwnuus service. Lt. Gen. Ridgely Gaither, Heft)'''
commander in chief Caribbean, presented the awsrd to Whitener at a ceremony at the unified edm-'
mand headquarters at Quarry Heights in official recognition of his outstanding service to the Cam-'
bean Command. He has been on the joint staff of the unified command headquarters since Decem December
ber December 1957 when he arrived from his previous assignment as commanding officer of the Coco Solo Na Naval
val Naval Station. At the right are Whitener's wife, Sarah Gladice; and daughter, Sarah Ellen, 18,'whd 18,'whd-were
were 18,'whd-were present for the ceremony. He and his family are leaving for his new assignment as deputy as assistant
sistant assistant chief of staff for operations with the Eastern Transport Air Force (MATS) at McGuire AFB,!
New Jersey. (US Amy photbf
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Yankees5 Slug Bike Fmer? Selves
t. rl I
I uerra, ai(owron, Lopez
i Lead Bombers' Attack
NEW YORK, July 9 (UPI "Tjiat," said man-r.-'nw
Tasev Steneel. ''looked more like the Yankees,
Editort CQNRADO 6ARGEANT
(Based on 20 Ooffleial at bats)
t&$ ''I"' f
Zand did you see the little
Stengel wai permitting himself
V relatively opnmwvrc
u. ...U rJ fh. Yankees
view ui ure -c -
' .. i mur rn Ronton Red
f Sox last night because his team
i did some hatting for a change and
" also because he may have found
f an important pitching addition in
!" Bobby Shantz.
I "Funny thing," Stengel pointed
$ out. "Bobby might never have got
in there except lor my au star
game strategy which everybody
Stengel explained that he origin originally
ally originally inetnded to pitch Whitey Ford
last night, but switched to Don Lar
sen because he had previously de decided
cided decided to wopk Ford in the all-star
game. Larsen left under fire in tne
second inning and Shantz went to
work the final 7 2-3 innings, yield-
FIGHTS AGAIN SUNDAY Rank Ranking
ing Ranking Cuban bantamweight Manuel
-"Arementeros makes his second
Isthmian appearance Sunday
nieht at the National Gym when
he faces Panama teatnerwweigni
Koberto Murill in a ten-rounder.
The Cuban, who fights out of
i Mexico, is rated among the
world's ten best, 18-pounders by
the National Boxing Association
of America and Ring Magazine.
The visitor lost a thrilling decision
to Toto Ibarra 'in his local debut
two Sundays ago. General admis admission
sion admission price for Sunday's four-bout
card is $1.25. Unbeaten Eloy Hen Henry
ry Henry takes on Antonio (Corazon de
Toro) Gonzales in the six-round
TODAY REX THEATRE
Shows at 2:30 8:00
THIRD BIG WEEK!
HE5T0N BRYNNER BAXTER
R0BIN50N DE CARLO
PAGET john DEREK
2 French Pictures
Prohibited lor Minors
; LOS A MANTES
v C. Also;
pitcher stick it out all the
ing two runs and six hits and strike
out eight batters.
"He's pitched that way a cou couple
ple couple of times for two or throe
innings this year, but never for
That tong," sid Srengtl. "He
didn't look so good at first but
then he got hotter and his arm
"I've been hoping for a month
for a chance to prove my arm is
strong enough to go nine innings
Shantz commented. "I think
The Yankees, weak on ttu at
tack so often this year, had a bail
at the expense of Ike Delock, Jack
Harshman, and Leo Kiely with a
15-hit attack that included four
doubles, a 450-foot triple by Bill
Skowron, and a towering homer off
the third deck of Yankee Stadium s
right field stands by Yogi Berra.
The key blows were the succes successive
sive successive shots by Skowron and Berra,
which produced the five-run foruth
inning rally that put the Yankees
ahead, 8-5, and paved the way for
Shantz' third victory against two
Boby Richardson touched off
the rally with a double and scored
on a single by Tony Kubek. Harsh
man retired Norm Sievern for the
second out of the inning but Mick
ey Mantle Singled sharply to left
field and Skowron followed with his
drive to the cinder path in front
of the left field bleachers to put
me xanxees in iront, tf-5.
Then Berra pulled one o flefty
Harshman's services straight
right field foul line and against
the third deck for his ninth horn.
or of tne season.
Skowron also had a double and
a single and Berra and Hector Lo Lopez
pez Lopez each drove in three runs as
the Yankees moved into a tie for
third place with the idle Baltimore
Orioles. The loss prevented the
Red Sox from ,-iovine out of the
American League cellar. It was
the second in four starts under
manager Billy Jurges.
Second baseman Pete Runnels of
the Red Sox left the game in the
cignth inning when a grounded by
Lopez took bad hop and hit him
in the face.
It wae-fhc onljr major -league
game of the day.
Diablo Tumblers In
On 'Surprise Day
A group of vastly improved tum tumblers
blers tumblers battled done to the wire for
prizes this Wednesday. When the
dust had settled on tbe old mats
in the basement of the old Diablo
Gym tiny Elaine Gale had amas amassed
sed amassed a total of twenty-four points
out of possible twenty-five to roll
off with first place honors.
Elaine closely followed by Gail
Albritton and Mable Eberenz with
totals of twenty-three and twenty twenty-two
two twenty-two points respectively. Francine
Gail was next with sixteen follow followed
ed followed by Francie Dignam with fif fifteen
teen fifteen points.
The most interesting phase of the
contest came in the battle for sixth
place between Barbara Hopkins
and Patsy Albritton. These two
stunsters were ti with fourteen
points apiece the close of the
regulation contest and had to meet
head on in sudden death competi competition.
tion. competition. Each of the two contenders ere ere-cuted
cuted ere-cuted the first two tie-breakers In
perfect form and the fight went
into a third overtime exercise. Bar
bara edged out Patsy by one point
in performing the Ostrich Head
A battle of this nature for sixth
place certainly is -an indication of
the fine performances necessary to
win a prize in the stiff competition
of the Mad Matters of the Diablo
HR I V F I N
A GREAT PICTURE!
George NADER in
"kirvAu rcr -rr r"
I1VTT iiurvi. ivy JVJ
11.10 per CAR!
Rock HUDSON in
In TECHNICOLOR! J
THE DECK RAN
Abbott ft Costello
with 8. Granger
White, St. L.
Cunn. St. L.
Kuenn, Det. 73
Kaline Det. 67
Runnels, Bos. 76
Fox, Chi. 78
Woodling, Bal. 73
Mantle, N. Y. 71
Power, Cle. 76
Skowron, N.Y. 70
Kubek, N.Y. 69
Minoso, Cle. 76
Runs Batted In
Jensen, Red Sox
(Based on 8 or more decisions)
Shaw, White Sox
Wynn, White Sox
League Under Way
The Caribbean Domino League
inaugurated' its annual tournament
on Friday, 3 of July 1959 at Ihe
Paraiso Gymnasium. A record at attendance
tendance attendance of over 500 spectators
filled the evm to see some o fthe
most thrilling games ever played
in a tournament.
Immediately after guest speaker
Aston Parchment delivered his
special address for the evening,
eight of the nine clubs swung into
action with the following results:
Hornets 48 -Los
- Calidonia 38
- Melbourne 42
Front Square 40
Teams W L
Whippers 1 0
Hornets 1 0
Los Ases 1 0
Lourdes 1 o
Calidonia 0 1
Hawks 0 ,1
Melbourne P 1
Front Square 0 1
Pioneers 0 0
Panama's Art House
No. 1 Peru Ave.
France's "Best Picture
In French with Spanish
PROHIBITED FOK MINOR
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TROPHY WINNER Vlrglllo Ramirez (rlght)...of the Panama Auto Club receives a trophy
from Francisco Martin, aales manager of Firestone, after winning one of the sports car races
held Saturday at the parking lot of the President Remon racetrack. Looking on among others
Is Gary Martin of Grant Advertising.
Fans To Receive Gifts Tonight
Diiring Amateur Boxing Card
In Colon Tonight
By HERBERT MOISE
Tonight at 7 in the Colon Arena
the first "big game" will be play played
ed played as first place Deportivo Iris,
still undefeated, will go against
Mentolados of Rainbow City iu a
contest dedicated to the new prin principal
cipal principal of Rainbow City High School
In the opening game of the 1959
season. Deportivo Iria outlasted
Mentolados in an exciting 35 to 29
contest. In this one, both clubs
played good ball and so should at attract
tract attract a much larger crowd than
Iris leads this three-team league
having won both their contests.
Their second win was against tne
Cuna Indias. On the other hand,
Mentolados have split in two deci decisions
sions decisions losing to Iris but overwhelm overwhelming
ing overwhelming the Indians 39 to 19 In their
Following the dedication of me
Cuna-eame to Dave White and Wil
fred Barrow, president and VP of
the Rainbow City Civic Council,
the girls decided to honor their
recently appointed aprincipal, Al
fredo CragwelL This dedication is
to a sportsman, civic and fratern
al leader and politician.
Following this girls' game, the
Men's Senior Loop will swing in
to action with the game between
Marlboro and Powell. Cerveza Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Pepsi Cola will end the
Several of the teams in the Sen
ior League are reinforcing tnem-
selves. The latest addition and at
traction to the league is the ac
quisition of Eugenio (Yuyin) Luz-
cando Jr. by the Pepsi Cola team.
Luzcando is one of Panama's
top hoopsters. He majored in
physical education in Chile and
was considered the player to play
in that country. He carries a title
of "Profesor de BasketboF
currently, Luzcando is
leading his National team of the
Panama League to an undefeated
All games in the Women and
Senior league will be played in
BALBOA 6:15 8:15
Fri. "The Spanish Gardener1
7:00 "THE BROTHERS RICO
Friday "Life Begins at 17"
IG A T U N Rod Stelger Maria Landl
7:00 "ACROSS THE BRIDGE"
Friday "King Creole"
and "Tales of
To Play In More
By MILTON RICHMAN
PITTSBURGH (UPI)-Stan (The
Man) Musial is starting to "come
around again" and he promises to
be bacK for more Aii-star games,
The 38-vear old Cardinals' slug
ger appears m his 15th All-Star
classic here Tuesday and although
he DODoed to first base as a
pinch hitter, he was one of the
most eiatec nun in we uusuiug
National League clubhouse.
"My hitting finally has started
cofming around," he said with ob obvious
vious obvious iatisfacfirn. "I had a little
trouble getting untracked there at
the start of the year but I think
my troubles a'e overat least, it
certainly looks like they are.'
With the! clubs ready to swing
into the second half of the season,
Mual is bafting .270. For any anyone
one anyone else that would be an accept acceptable
able acceptable figure, but in Stan's case it's
roushly 6f points lower than his
But the Important thing is that
his average nas been increasing
steadily of late.
"How low was your average ac actually
tually actually this season?" Musial was
Stan took a swig of soda pop,
grinned and replied, "Let's not
even talk about it."
For those whe insist, however,
let it be recorded that Musial col collected
lected collected only one hit in his first 16
at bats this season for a sickly
After participating in 15 AU AU-Star
Star AU-Star eames. someone might get
the idea Musiv.l is a bit tired of
the routine an? Would gladly look
for an "out" in future contests
the Colon Arena beginning at 7r00
p.m. while all minor and junior
leagues games will be played in
the Abel BraVo Gym.
TonigTit's games will be broad broadcast
cast broadcast over the CRC network in Co-
lrin hv Rahriel Zeballos Vega and
Modesto De Leon, mis is au-bpan
ish but arrangements are being
! made to see if the results and
comments can be broadcast at
hah time and between games in
COCO SOLO 7:00
"ME AND THE COLONEL"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
"THE DESPERATE HOURS"
"The Sound nd The Fury"
Conte Diftnne Foster
Camp Rlerd 7:00
Gifts will be raffled among the
spectators who take in tonight's
five-bout card at the National Gym
the Chorrillo Amateur Boxing Club
sponsors of the program, announc
ed today. x
Thrtt lucky fans from the ring,
side, general admission and -dies-children
groups, will each
receive a shirt donated by Con Con-fecciones
fecciones Con-fecciones Corona.
The fighters will get five-pound
packages of sugar from the Azu Azu-carera
carera Azu-carera Nacional and Swift and Co.
will ialso give away their products
to the boxers.
Tne program, which will get un underlay
derlay underlay at 8:30 has Rafael Jimenez
and Juan Nieto, both of Panama.
meeting at a weight limit of 130
PomUn'c riviU Thm Mow
wfih Panama's Ancmi Avla in tho
126-pound semifinal, and in one of
the other prelims Kid Morocho of
Chorrillo swaps punches with Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Carvajal of Marafiow
Morocho, 16 years old, and Car Carvajal,
vajal, Carvajal, 17, fought a thrilling bat battle
tle battle in their first encounter sever several
al several weeks ago in which the former
took the decision.
The 100-pound youngsters had
the crowd screaming and en Its
feet from the opening bell to the
finish that night with their
tcrepplr.es and ring savvy that
belled their years.
i In the other matches Herbert
MacDonald. Paraiso takes on Isi
dro Herrera, Chorrillo and Pedro
caceres ana Jaime Jonnson. Dota
of Panama are the participants.
General admission is 25 cents
ringside 50 cents, and ladies m
children ten cents.
TODAY- ENCANTO -25-15
- WAIIOOt $115.00
Robert Mltchum In1
"Heaven Knows Mr. Allison"
iy ,- James 'Craig hi v i
. 'GlIOST D1VEE" : n
1 J' -to
National League j
TEAMS W L Pet. GB
Milwaukee 44 33 -571
San Francisco 44 35 .541
Los Angola 47 37 .50 ft
PiHsburgh 431 49 .524 3Va
Chicago 39 41 .488 eVs
St. Louis : 37; 42 .461 t
v.mi.iMiiaii j w,. inn
Philadelphia ; 2 48. 477 1$
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N)
Los Angeles a tMilwaukeo N)
Sao Francisco at Cincinnati (ft)
St. Louis at Philadelphia (T-N)
No games scheduled.
lei's Get Back
To Pennant Race,'
Says Hank Aaron
By RUDY" CERNKOVIC
PITTSBURGH (UPI) Hank
Aaron of tha Milwaukee Braves,
who drove in the tying run and
scored the "winning run,ipundd
the keynote today for the victori
ous National Leaguers: "Let go
back to the pennant race."
In his fifth All-Star appearance
Aaron singled home Ken Boyer
in the eighth inning Tuesday to
put the National League in a 4-4
tie with the American League.
Then Aaron scored the winning
run on Willie Mays' booming tri
ple to right center-
"I'm giao, at least, i was in
the middle of the. winning rally,"
said Aaron in the clubhouse after
the game. "It's all over now,
though. Let's get back to the pen
Mays said he felt "real good"
when he hit the triple. "I thought
for for a while (Harvey) Kuenn
might catch it. But it hooked
away from him," said Willie.
Willie's blow made a loser of
Whitey Ford and recalled the 1955
LAll-Star game in which Willie
touched Ford for a home run at
"I think I've faced Ford about
seven times now. I hit him five
times," he said.
Elroy Face, disconsolately slo sloping
ping sloping a cold drink, tempered his
disappointment with some home
"After winning 17 straight," he
mused, "this was bound Ijp come
I may have been pressing too
hard because mom and dad were
in the stands! I was having con control
trol control trouble. My sinker was too
low but the one that (Gus) Trian Triandos
dos Triandos smacked for a-two-run 'dou 'double
ble 'double just hung on me."
Casey Stengel, pausing to pat
down an errant tuft of his gray
Hiair, munched on a piece of ham
before he rendered an opinion.
NICE GAME, SAYS' CASEY
! "Nice game," he said. "The
I pitching was good but their side
was Shocked when Face got hit
hard. He was good hut we just
cornered him in the eihgtn."
Someone asked Casey why he
didn't use Yogi Berra as a pinch
hitter in the ninth with the tying
run on Dase.
"What if Berra wudda' popped
upe he snorted.. Then what
would you do if you were me
come in here and die?"
He posed another question.
"If we're gonna Use pinch-hit
ters, tell me who in the hell I
can use with all those stars?
"I took out Colavito and used
another good player (Williams)
to pinch ;hit Sure, you say, take
out one player and stick in an
other they're all good. I was
satisfied 'with the pinch-hitters, I
was satisfied with the whole
GIRL VISITS JAPAN
HONG KONG (UPI)-Mald of
cotton Malinda Berry of Oklaho Oklahoma
ma Oklahoma City visited Hong Kong yester yesterday
day yesterday on her round-the-world .trip.
The 21-year-old beauty I wiUWpt
pear in a cotton fashion show at
the Peninsula Hotel before ,. leav
ing- for MaoilaL; ,,:,v, :i'
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NEWS EVENTS! '.'f2Q
Mek' l- T
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DOM'l RICHARD fOEE ; PATRICIA : STUART
DAVID WEISBART-RICHARD FLEISCHER
TEAMS' W L
Cleveland 44 M HI-
Chicago 43 35 .551
Baltimoro 41 31 -Sit
Now York 41 3t J1 ,4
Detroit 40 40 .500 in
Washinotoii 37 41 .474 -trt
ivinui hlTT j V MtM .M II f
Bc-ton .423 l
New York at Boston (N)
Cleveland at Chicago im
Detroit at Kansas City (T-N) "H
Yesterday'! Results H
Boston 130 100 000- I 'i'l
New York 300 300 12x IT 15 4
Delock, Harshman (2-9), Kile
Larsen, Shantz (1-1) and BerraV
Onjy fame scheduled.
Albrook Air Force Base is back
to: normal Again as workers clean; a
ea up tne lust vestiges of tut
V.F.W. Teeter Carnival which. ;
Aa of this writing the net pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds are not known, but will be,
announced as soon as all ac accounts
counts accounts are serried and the book bookkeeping
keeping bookkeeping completed.
The league and the teeners take
this opportunity to thank the ma
ny who worked long hours during (
the six day affair, to those wh-.
contributed in other ways, and tf
a numoer oi .mercnanis irom ra- i
nama whose displays added color
and interest to the carnival.
Meanwhile, business establish, 1.,"
ments, individuals and elubs con'
tinued to support the fund raising.,
drive to add to the $1265 previous-,; ;,
ly Teported. Panama Plywoodr-i
Corp., $25: Abernathy, S.A., $5;
Panama Canal Yacht Club, $25:
Margarita Recreational Assoc., $21 i
ana s.j. Kaplan. $22.50. Boostei
tickets turn-ins amounted to $195
bringing the fund drive to $1562.50i r
In the, exqltjng. race, t become
the equipment manager of the i'
Teener team, and therefore
traveling with the .team on its
United States Jour and tourna-:
mont play, Joe Arreguih holds a1"
slight lead. ,.j
Joe has turned in $198. Breath
ing down the back of his necky'
however, is John Carlson with $194
Rumors are rife that both boys'
are holding back a bit In an en
deavor to gain a last minute ad"
vantage when the contest closet
at midnight Flrday. J
All other persons with boostetr
tickets are reminded of the turn-it,,
of money and tickets as soon ai"
possible after July 10. Cooperation,,,,
in this respect will help establish '-'
the league's financial standing and,
determine what, last minute e
forts may be necessary to assur
ample funds to send tiie team U'"
(Hershey on July 25. .,,,.
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f PJonou wati Jn your blooj
or filter in the kldney. When rerme
r?MH theee delicate tubee and Irri.
tate the bladder, making you euffer
from the diseomforti resulting- from
theee Infection, then you feel old.
tired, nervoue and depreeaed Tr
ftflV?!! ei ?" from
theiie ailments. Oyttex combats
xerms, clean out excess acid from
kidney and bladder and Soothes irri irritated
tated irritated tissue. Ak for Cystex from
our druif Wdarna,e. how
?" Mtter ana happier -you will feel!
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THCTUDAX. JTIT 9. W9 .
THB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPE
ight Titlef i
ks Out Halimi To Capture
It it it
ALL HE HAS Kurt Nielsen isn't what he was on the tennis
court, but it isn't because he doesn't give the game all ho has
left. Twice runnerup In the Wimbledon Championships, Den Denmark's
mark's Denmark's Davis Cup player was put out in an early round this trip.
WMk of July 2
When the fiihoke cleared? aVay
Ust Thursday" night, the first 7
teams were all bunched up in con contention
tention contention for first place.
Kent and Tivoli were tied with
32 wins, Balboa one out with 31,
2enitK two out with 30, Lincoln
three out with 28 and Blue Star,
Good year all tied up, 5 out with
tl .How about that.
Good Year Tires
voli was in for a rough time 938
to 850. The second game was close
rieht down to the last frame, tne
Insurance, boys taking it by only
26 pins. But this Still lett tnem
62 pins short on pin fail. In
the last eame th cear boys ran
out of gus and Tivoli won it and
picked up the pin fall tor 3 po.nts.
Balboa Bear 4 Cafe Durn 0
Although the suds boys took the
coffee boys for all 4 -points, each
game was hard fought over, uai uai-boa
boa uai-boa taking the last game by only
4 pins. The Balboa team in the
last few weeks have been moving
steadely up and are now only
one point out of first place.
High Team 3 gamts (Hdcp.l TP
Hillman Cars 3143
Martini Vermouth 3130
Pepsi Cola 3122
High Team Gam
Cafe Duran 1077
Zenith TV 1076
Balboa Beer 1063
High Ind. I tm (trch)"
McLane and Soyster 6?1
Keeler and Zost 617
R. Novey 606
High Ind. Gam
H. Zost, '215
' High Ind.
Curly Bates 174
Dick Soyster 174
C- Ehremberg 172
H. Zost 172
Blu Star J Kant Cigartts 1
Those two teams had a batile
royal all the way, bowling scratch,
2477 to 2467. Blue Star took the
first game and Kent bounced back
with the second. At this stage of
the game, Kent was only 31 pins
off "pin fall.
In the last game, Blue Star pull pulled
ed pulled away taking it and total pins
for 3 points. Kent losing 3 and
Twlvoli winning 3, tied these two
teams all up for first place.
Tlv.ll J Hillman Cars 1
LOS ANGELES, July (UP1V (UP1V-Jose
Jose (UP1V-Jose Becerra, 23'year old two two-handed
handed two-handed puncher from Guadalalara,
today was Mexico'a authentic hero
for his eighth-round knockout last
niirht n6r Alnhonse Halimi of
France that brought him and his
country the bantamweignt cnam cnam-pionahip.
pionahip. cnam-pionahip. Mexican prlda had baan m m-jurad
jurad m-jurad by tha deftat ot Its ofrm
r bantamweight idol, Raul (Ra (Raton)
ton) (Raton) Maelat,' In Hatlml's first tl tl-tit
tit tl-tit dofonso bar II months ago.
But Btcarra avangd that da da-foat
foat da-foat by knocking out tho cham champion
pion champion in 2:02 of tho olghth round.
It was a clear-cut, clean victo victory
ry victory in which Halimi was flat on his
back as referee Tommy Hart toll
ed the full count. Earlier In the
round the French Algerian had
gone down for a four count that
signalled the end was near.
Halimi went in at 117 pounds,
and Becerra at 117 1-2 for tne titla
bout in the new Los Angeles Mem Memorial
orial Memorial Spurts Arena.
Although Macias had held an
NBA claim to part of the title,
with Halimi holding the Interna International
tional International Boxing Federation claim,
there was no question that Be
cerra had brought the crown lo
his country for the first time.
And it was sweet revenge for
Becerra also. For the bronzed chal challenger
lenger challenger had fought on the same
Halimi-Macias card and suffered
a knockout by Dwight Hawkins
after having been plunged into
despair by the defeat of his wlol.
Bacarra rocovorod and want
on to scoro 11 knockout victorias
for tho right to challenge Halimi
for tho title. Ho did what Ma Macias,
cias, Macias, now retired, could not do
nor any other boxer ho knock knock-oa
oa knock-oa Halimi down and than put
him ut for tho count.
"I hit him with a good right to
the body in the seventh," Becerra
revealed after the bout. "And I
could see his legs were folding. I
knew I had him then."
It was a right and left hook com combination
bination combination that finally put Halimi
away in the eighth.
7 I V
By OSCAR FRALEY,
KNOCKOUT Bantamweight champion Alphonse Halimi of France goes down to the canvas as Mexico's
Jose Becerra stands over him in the eighth round of their 15"-round title fight in the new Los Angeles
Memorial Sporte Arena. Becerra knocked out Halimi in the eighth to take the bantamweight crown
last night. (UPI Radiophoto).
$25,000 Western Golf Open
Gets Underway In Pittsburgh
P.TTSBURGH (UPD-One won
droi wahop Ua wondrous Willie
Mav 3T..ling ugaii: today.
Tne "si." no" kid ot'tne ban
Fraciwv QiRDh hasn't been smil smiling
ing smiling inuch of .ale. Not much, ac:
tually. during the past four sea season!
They were al1 fabulous years for
him uutil the tne! of 1955 First
there as th glory of breaking
into tn ma jot. Then there was
the jov of wo'kini' with a man
nampH f.en Durocher who bossed
him codn ed him and brought out
all the qialitus which made Wil Willie
lie Willie star in tut big league heav heavens
ens heavens Tiicn it r.U Ml apart for Willie
Duriohe'- lei lh. team and Bill
Rlgney who I'juk over as man manager
ager manager jnrounced that there would
be "no favorites." He named no
one But :t was a barbed remark
aimed at WiLi' the kid with a
man s body avi the talents of a
TREATED FROSTILY IN FRISCO
2S Zbnith AitwrrPrndoati 1
Astra bowled good but tne ze
nith team was a little bit to much
for them. Astra started out strong
taking the first game. Zenith then
got busy and turned on tne curent
and took the next 3 points.
Ptpii Cofa 2 Lincoln Life 2
In the first game Lincoln Jump
ed out in front with a good lead
by 58 pins. In the second game
the cola boys, not to be denied
powered on a little pepsi and took
it by 20 pins, also the last game,
but fell short on pin fall by 22
Good Yaar Tiros 3
Martini Vermouth 1
. Martini got off to a good start
by taking the first game by 29
pins. In the second game the tire
boys got hot and won it by a good
margin. In the last game Good
Yeat'ohly won it by 10 pins, there therefore
fore therefore with it and pin fall for 3
High 500's or bettor,
Bowld last wook
Kent, DeLuca, 561: Champsaur,
Blue Star, Sasso, 568; Hack 507.
Tivoli, King high with 498.
Hillman, Stone high with 492.
Balboa Beer, Luttenberger, 582;
Cafe Duran, Sutten, 504.
Zenith, Hele, 534; Soyster; 523.
Astra, McLane, 558; Ortez, 50t5
Lincoln, Zost, 526.
Pepsi Hassler, 534,
Two Big Problems
Top Major League
rmcAcn. .Tulv 8 (UPI) Amen
can and National league rvu
owners, will discuss two major
problems, aid to the minor leagues
nd inter league trades, today
prior to a joint meeting in an at
tempt to settle ootn issues iouiui-rnw.
Tntpr-leaffue trades without waiv
ers already has been approved for
23 to Dec. 15 this year. Dut com
missioner Ford Frick has express expressed
ed expressed disapproval of the idea and re requested
quested requested reconsideration of the
idea and requested reconsideration
of the matter.
It appeared that the only con concrete
crete concrete action which might come out
of the joint meeting would be to
repeal or reapprove the trading is
sue. Approval oi me proposal i
tarted out good, .bjt, takjngf ,ht.
HlUman Cararttur-cetler-teawi "Good year, .Curly, 520; Endara
516; Nelson, 503.
first-game ano ltoce jS" Martini, Lowande, 546
fFLARM; CLpCK CLUB H
the winter meeting was by a c ose
margin and a shift in the position
by two or three clubs could bring
Aid to the minor leagues will
get a through going over, but
probably the joint meeting will ap
point a committee to study the
matter and recommend future le legislation.
gislation. legislation. Currently there are two funds to
aid the minors, one of $500,000 un un-aer
aer un-aer the administration of former
club executive Bill de Witt and the
second administered by George
Trautman, president of the Na National
tional National Association of Professional
Baseball Leagues. The latter fund,
however can be expended only
upon application, on the basis of
need by a minor league team.
There was sure to Be discussion
of the proposed third major league
but the subject was not on the a a-genda
genda a-genda of either league meeting or
the joint meeting, and representa representatives
tives representatives of the new group were not
expected to make an official ap
PITTSBURGH (UPI) The tour
ing golf pros got in tneir ias
nractica swines yesterday ovci
the 6,633-yard Pittsburgh F i e 1 ('
Club course wnere tne s.uuu
Western Open starts today,
and most looked for a lot of par-
busting during the four days of
'This Is a lush foil course,"
said Arnold Palmer, of Latrobe, 1
Pa., "and when you get ,ltU
ereens that hold and still put good
it makes for Ideal playing condi
Host pro Art Doering thought a
score of 279, one under par, would
win the tournament. But most
guesses among the pros after
practice rounds were that the win winning
ning winning score would fall between 275
More than two Inches of rain
fell on the course Sunday night.
bringing it to its lushest condi
tion. Palmer felt sure someone
would shoot lower than the course
record of four-under-par 66, set by
Chick Harbert in the 1953 Nation
al Ooen qualifying round.
Par over the iieia uud layout
Cary Middlecoff, who set
a course record with a seven
under-par 65 in the final round of
the Buick Open at runt, Mien..
Sunday, spent most of his prac
tice time on the greens, putting
irom all angles. He had a hole
in-one Tuesday on the Field Club's
208-yard sixth hole.
The field of 129 players will
play one 18-hole round each day
for four days with the inner
coming in sometime Sunday after
noon. In the event of a tit, a
sudden death playoff will be held
Five "name'' pros were mis
sing, but the field showed 32 of injured his back in the tourna
the toD 35 PGA money winners
ncluding Ken Venturi, Dow Fin-
sterwald, Doug Ford, Mike Soii-
chak and Bob Rosburg. The mis
sing included Masters cnampion
and leading money winner Art
Wall, who passed up the tourna
ment to take a rest ; National
ment at Flint; Billy Maxwed
who dropped out Tuesday because
of a hand injury, and Ben Hogan
and Sammy Snead.
The defending champion is
Doug Sanders, of Miami Beach,
Fla., who has been taking it easy
this campaign after sutierin? a
On top of ii. the Giants moved
from the friendly old Polo Grounds
on the f'ge ol worshipping Har Harlem
lem Harlem and wout,a up 3,000 miles
away in San Francisco where
Willie wa treated frostily in sev-
pral attemots tc purchase a new
Before the Giants moved. Willie
had won most valuable honors in
1954. It wss frenzied, fabulous
vpar in whuh .everv day was
"siffirtav with chicken Wavy, i' He
batu.d a leagu leading 345 and
the following season won borne
run hon rs w.th 51 Then .Duro .Durocher
cher .Durocher left and Willie had a ad
T'lorp was a comeback to .333
in 1957 and a'ter the trek west-
he enci-iinteml frequent baa
slumps m 19'jS This year his
slumps have been even worse and
Willie wrs hitting only .311 when
he walked ink Forbes Field Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for the 26lh annual All-Star
TOWERING SHOT WINS GAME
and tocky Whitey Ford of the
YanKes on ttf mound, he sent
a toweni.g sncl into deep right
center field w th Hank Aaron jit--
terirtR on firs'.
"I t..outJht they were going to
catch it he said "but it kept
hooking away from them."
It fell in f ut a triple, chasing
Aar-n home with the run which
won tne gamt, and etching the
smilv deep on Willie's happy face.
"Man," he giggled in that
squeaKV voice, "it sure felt good
to 'inailv get uold of one I guess
youd iiave to sjy that this is one
of r'.v bilges baseball thrills."
It was the kind of thing which
kalways a-erneo to happen to hira
in thobe early dys when life was
a perpetual picnic day like in
1951 ivner tit caiin on u io- 1
where to aid in the penant driv
of he ".. 'racie Giants when he -macif
those fatuous catches in U)e
outfielu, .l'.vays losing his cap in
the process, i,d every moment
was a icy greeted with a piano
Over in the ther locker room.
Fori., the little "ice man" of the
Yaifves pai'J tribute to the 28 28-year
year 28-year old who n.id racked him up.
"It was a high fast ball,"
Whi cy irasea
"Do you know what he hits,'
"I know whu he can hit," Whit
ey retor ed. "But I' don t know
whdl he can' hit."
Mays jrrinnrC like a kid whe9
he neard that. Remarks of thli
sort and thai knot he blasted into
the far reach:.' of the outfield.
sounded familiar. Sort of like thkt
Open champ Billy Casper, who slight heart attack last year.
But in the
the score all
eighth inning, with
jammed up at 4-4,
Th application of Nlxodtrm clean
pimple from th akin. Us Nlxodcrm
tonight and how your skin be becomes
comes becomes clean, clear and loft. Nlxoderm
1 a modern treatment that kills
germs and parasite that caus ec eczema,
zema, eczema, Itching and pimples. You will
not get rid of skin troubles until you
kill the rerms that are hidden In th
pores. So get Nlxoderm from your
V' ugglst today to olean out ptmplM
d clear and sooth your skin.
Miami Marlins Win
Sixth Extra Inning
Game2-1 In 12th
NEW YORK, July 9 (UPI) -Don't
give Miami Marling $
chance to get Into extra innings
they're specialists in overtime.
The Marlins won an extra In Inning
ning Inning contest for the sixth lime
without a defeat last night when
they nipped Havana, 2-1, In J2
Jim Archer went all the way to
back up his fifth straight win and
eighth in 12 decision! as Miami
scored the tying run in the aixth
and finally rewarded his stretch
of 11 scoreless Innings with a vie
Buffalo gained round on second
place Rochester by splitting with
Montreal while the Red Wings
were losing to Toronto.
The Royals took the opener, 5 0,
behind Bill Harris' four hitter, but
Buffalo bounced back, 9-7,. In the
Bob Chakales held Rochester to
six hits while his mates trounced
the Wings, 5-2. A five-run first in inning
ning inning was all Chakales needed to
coast to his eighth win.
Columbus and Richmond halved
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aame J-1 177 Crnjtobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Gamboa 302.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished three bedroom residence,
prevoiusly occupied by Bolivian
Minister In Ecuador Avenue No.
28. Livinjroom, dfiningroom,
kitchen, office, two bathroom,
maid's room with service, wash
tubs, garage, inside patio, hot
water in all services, direct tele telephone
phone telephone line. For inspection, see
at Ecuador Avenue No. 30 or Fa-
breqs at 29 East Street, rear Mtr-
FOR RENT: Furnished ehslet In
48th end Bella Vista, left hand
No. 25 Two bedrooms, living living-room,
room, living-room, dining room, kitchen,
ervice, $100 00 Garden. Tels.
3-1683 and 1-6887.
FOR RENT: Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished three bedrooms house, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, kitchen, bir, air-coridi-tioned,
yard, in Cangreio "F" St.
No 10. For information call Tel.
FOR RENT: Residence in "ta
Cresta''. Three bedrooms and
two baths. Maid's room with bath.
Living-diningroom. Garage, Lo-
eared naar the French Embassy.
For Information call 2-0893 or
FOR R I N T: Office spate,
Mercedes building, above Avenida
Balboa's Post Office, with terrace
floors, acoustic ceiling, private
bathroom, watchman, very rea reasonable
sonable reasonable rent. Tel. 3-3054.
FOR RENT: 316.80 square
meters, tultable for a warehouse
workshop, garage, S Street, be between
tween between Automobile Row and Fran Fran-gipanl
gipanl Fran-gipanl Street, close to Auto Ser Ser-vicio,
vicio, Ser-vicio, $235.00. Phone 2-0481
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Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment an
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
1 Panama 3-7977 ot Colon 1777.
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
.AYS DAY IN ALABAMA
f MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI)-
The television fins who watched
tyUabama-born willie Mays win
,;the All-S'ar baseball gamp for the
-National League yesterday includ
d members o( the Alabama
S House of representatives, who
adjourned a session after 25 min
; uteg to watch the game.
GIRLS NOT OVERDRESSED
LONDON (UPD Six girls wear wear-wing
wing wear-wing considerably more clothing
than they usually do were barred
from the Marshall Street swim swimming
ming swimming poo! yesterday for imporper
exposure. The girls are strippers
at Raymond's Revue Bar. the
pool attendant said their bikinis
were "far too brief."
I ADVERTISE IN THIS SECTION
Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 20740 j
Gibraltar Life Inst. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
:MI a.m. to 12 (XI
1:0 p.m. to 5:00
Saturday: t:M a.m. to 12
FOR RENT: Beautiful Pent Penthouse
house Penthouse in El Cengrejo "Maduriro
Building." Three Bedroom, Two
Baths, Maid's Boom and Bath to
be available from August 7th.
For information call Telephone
2-2844 from 9 to 12 and 2 to
FOR RENT; In Cangreio, fur furnished
nished furnished or unfurnished apartment,
twe bedrooms, all around balcony,
maid's room with aervica, gar garage,
age, garage, with water. Alberto Navarro
Street, La Castellana building,
Tel. 2-2883 or 3-1318.
FOR RENTt Cangrtjo. Fully
furnished modern, cool one
room apartment, hot water, bal balcony.
cony. balcony. tc. Call 3-1789.
FOR SALE: Apartment 1 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, modern building, top
floor, El Cangreio, hot water.
Do you need an apartment, all
conveniences, twe bedrooms,
porch, living-diningroom, large
kitchen, American style, laun laundress
dress laundress room, maid's room, lux luxurious
urious luxurious bathroom with vanity and
closet, vary modern? Call Tel. 3 3-1
1 3-1 107 from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p m.
FOR SALE: One bedroom
apartment, new apartment. House
located on the Transisthmiin
Highway. Modern, well ventila ventilated,
ted, ventilated, with private bathroom and
kitchen. Completely furnished
with new furniture, special desig desig-od
od desig-od for the apartment. Reasonable
price. Call Panama 2-2766 from
8 to 12 and from 2 to 5:30 p.m.
FOR RENT: In the luxurious,
modern "Aline" building recent recently
ly recently constructed en Manuel Ispl Ispl-noaa
noaa Ispl-noaa B Avenge, beside the new
"Cement Panama'' building
which houses the Chase Manhat Manhattan
tan Manhattan Bank branch: two-bedroom
apartments, -living-dining room,
perch and installation and acces accessories
sories accessories for air-conditioning in the
bedrooms and hot water, etc.
Each apartment has maid's room
and independent wash rooms,
elevator service, janitor and gar garage;
age; garage; also a penthouse with bar
and hall for parties for the ex exclusive
clusive exclusive use of tenants. On the
ground floor are two commercial
sites with their respective store storehouses.
houses. storehouses. Applications will be ac accepted
cepted accepted starting from today and
apartments will be turned ever to
tenants July 15. Inquire: Marl Marl-chtl
chtl Marl-chtl Boyd. Office Peru Avenue
No. 57. Tele. 3-6710 and I I-7926.
7926. I-7926. FOR RENT: Beautiful large two
bedroom apartment, Campo Ale Ale-gre.
gre. Ale-gre. all conveniences, hot water,
near Hotel Panama. Phone 3-
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, suitable for two couples,
$80.00 dollars per month. Also
a one room apartment suitable
for bachelor er office with bath bath-room
room bath-room and large closet $50.00 per
month, apply janitor at Tl -1 32
4th July Ave. or phone Hopkins.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment. Information
Tel. 3-4404. Po rras, Family.
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211 CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
Wnnted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Female
Pekingese dog, grown or puppy.
Anyone knowing where one may
he hroglit. please call Albrook
WANTED TO BUY: 1950 to
1953 Plymouth or Chevrolet.
Good condition Fort Kobbe No
148. Tel 84-3224.
Finance Your New Oi
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new ears
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insuranee
KISSING NO MISCONDUCT
LONDON (UPD Divorce court
commissioner .'ohn Flowers told
Mrs. Anna Willums she had no
right to allege misconduct on the
part of her husband just because
n kissed another woman. Grant Granting
ing Granting Williams, instead of Mrs.
Williams, a divorce, Flowers also
berated her for being a nag. "She
nigged about everything," Flow
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1955,
white side walls, radio, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, new tires.
$900.00. Oil Balboa 3284.
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury
Montclair, hardtop, Merc-O-Ma-tic,
white, green tap, white-walls,
duty paid. $975.00. Tel. 2-3654,
5281 Morrison, Diablo, after
FOR SALE: 1952 Hillman
Minx, 4 door sedan, 1957 Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, 4 door sedan, push but button
ton button drive. Best reasonable offer.
1954 Dodge "Royal", 2 door se sedan;
dan; sedan; V-8; automatic transmis transmission;
sion; transmission; two tone paint; new seat
covers; very good tires. Aark for
Scott, phone Panama 2-0600.
1956 Plymouth, 4 door sedan;
V-8 engine; standard transmis transmission;
sion; transmission; new tires; leather uphols upholstery.
tery. upholstery. Phone Panama 2-0600. Ak
FOR SALE: 1959 Ford CuStom
300, four door, two tone paint,
V-8, low miles, radio and de defroster.
froster. defroster. Balboa 1629.
FOR SALE: Jeep, 1958 model
J3. 9,000 miles. $2,500.00.
Partially financed. Tel. 3-4287.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury 4
door, new paint, seat covers, ra radio.
dio. radio. 2-4437.
FOR SALE: 1952 Morris Minor
Minor, four door, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, 2104-C, Curundu, C.Z.
FOR SALE: AKC Registered
Toy Bull Boston Terrier Puppies.
Call Navy 3986.
LOST: All-white, medlum-sixe
pet dog, curly hair en back. Fe Female.
male. Female. Gentle but scared. Lost
from new home en Braxil Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, Paitilla, across from Fuerxa
y Lux plant. $5 reward. Phone 3 3-1407.
1407. 3-1407. International Search
On For Financier
Who Stole Slocks
nf.w YORK fUPn An inter
national search was on today for
... ... J Ml
a high living attorney ana u u-nancier
nancier u-nancier charged with stealing 14
million dollars in stock from two
firms he controlled.
Lowell McAfee Birrell, 52, a
native of Indiana and son of a
Presbyterian minister, was said
to have been missingsin.ee
November 1957, when he failed to
answer a federal subpena in
Securities and Exchange Commis Commission
sion Commission investigation of two firms
now involved in a New York
grand jury inquiry. The jury in indicted
dicted indicted Birrrll Tuesday.
Birrell, described as a lig lig-spending
spending lig-spending night club habitue sep separated
arated separated from his third wife, was
said to have been seen in Havana,
Caracas. Montreal, Guatemala
Citv and Paris since he left his
Park Aveniip hotel apartment
nearly two years ago.
New York police asked all U.
S. consulates to look for him
abroad and issued their first 49 49-state
state 49-state alarm since Alaska official officially
ly officially became a state.
Birrell is charged with 69
counts of grand larceny for al allegedly
legedly allegedly stealing stock In Doeskin
Products and Keta Gas and Oil Co.
and selling it under the counter
through agents in Cuba. Canada
and the United States. Hist. Atty.
Frank Hngan said Birrell person personally
ally personally realized about three million
dollars from the sales, although
they allegedly defrauded stock stockholders
holders stockholders nf Doeskin and Swar.-
Finch Oil Corn., which owned the
Keta stock, of 14 million.
Tha inHipfrrwnt anoears to list
thefts totalling $23,280,916.70, but
Hogan said it includes a number
The Keta firm is now bankrupt;
Swan Finch Oil nf which Birrell Is
a director and former president,
and Swan-Finch Gas Development
Corp.. a subsidiary of which be
is also a director, are in re receivership:
ceivership: receivership: stock of Doeskin, of
which Birrell was formerly board
chairman, has dropped from $10
to $1 a share.
POOR ESCAPE ROUTE
CUERNAVACA, Mexico (UPI)
Dr. Arturo Gil Rendon called po police
lice police to investigate the strange
knocking on his wall in the near nearby
by nearby village of Jojutla yesterday. To Together
gether Together they watched as a hole
was knocked through the doctor's
wall and a man's head poked
through it. Behind him were 18
other men, who had picked a poor
route to escape from the jail next
ROVING MATERNITY WARD
LONDON (UPD Donna the
duck hasn't let maternity iit
down on her traveling. Donna laid
her four eggs inside a life pre preserver
server preserver ring on the excursion
steamer Dauntless. She and the
eggs are making five sight-seeing
trips a day on the River Thames.
CRASH KILLS ONE
ST. ALBANS, England (UPD (UPD-A
A (UPD-A plane rrash-landed on a high highway
way highway and rammed a truck near
here yesterday in a freak accident.
Officials said one ..niden'ified
person was killed. There were six
persons aboard the twin eng nc
FOR SALE: Plants. House No.
9081, 8th Street, New Cristobal.
Phone 50, Colon.
Call Panama 3-7935 for filling
and repairing carbon dioxide fir
extinguishers. Rapid service. Dry
1 Roustabout Crane, Model
MCR2, 5 Ton., 21". In very good
Call Tel. 2-2847.
See it at BALINERAS Y REPUES-
TOS, S. A.
Ave. Nacional 25.
FOR SALE: Deep freexe, chest
type, very good condition. $100.
FOR SALE: Freexcr like new,
14 Vi cubic feet capacity. See it
Limbergh Brace Fabric Hielo,
Calidonia. Good for restaurant or
FOR SALE: Winchester model
52 spotter, .33 long rifle, with
with model 48F Lyman rear
sights, redfield ramp front sight
and unertl 6X scope with mounts.
All new condition. $200.00 com complete.
plete. complete. Call Balboa 2942 during
Bring this notice to
21-42 "B" AVI.
and receive your
Special gift for Hebrew People
FOR SALE: Dental cabinet,
suitable, for hobbyists. Dr. Ger Ger-rans,
rans, Ger-rans, Balboa 3002.
FOR SALE: 2 month old 11.6
cubic foot G.E. refrigerator, liv living
ing living dining porch sets, beds, ete.
Telephone, Balboa 4495.
FOR SALE: Servel 8 5 foot gas
refrigerator. In operation until'
July 11. Aa is where is (New
Gorgona) $125. Phone, Panama
FOR SALE: 200 one quart
ACCU-POR cans with srew top
noxxle, brand new. Household
Exchange. National Ave. 41.
JUST AS SWEET French starlet Claudia laurenct rivals
three champion roses in Paris. The hybrid flower, tea-yellow
with a touch of pink, won top honors at new varieties contest.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GREAT WHITE FLEET
New Orleans Service 8 a 1 1 1 Arrives
MORAZAN" June 30 July 7
ULUA July 7 July 15
YAQUE July 14 July 22
MORAZAN July 21 July 29
ULUA v July 28 Auirust 5
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service Sails Arrives
COMAYAGUA July 8 July 8
FRA BERLANGA July 11 July 16
ESPARTA July 18 July 23
JUNIOR July 24 July 29
SAN JOSE July 31 August 5
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
CRISTOBALW.C.C.A. FEEDER SERVICE
TEXITA Every (15) Days
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
SPECIAL EXCURSION FARE FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $27.1.00
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return .$400.00
FOR SALE : Llvingroom furni furniture,
ture, furniture, diningroom set, bedroom
set, Cowes made. Few use. Via
Espafia No. 114 Apt. 5.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 14' fiberglasied
runabout, 1958, 35 h p. out outboard,
board, outboard, trailer accessories, $650.
0433, Ancon, Tel. Balboa 6316.
FOR SALE: Two cylinder Penta
gasoline marine angina, ten h.p.
1000 r.p.m. Navy 3397.
For a quick sale yacht Messenger,
Diesel powered $4500, reenter reentered
ed reentered length, 45 ft. Balboa Yacht
Club, owner Nealy Ash by
FOR SALE: Air-conditioner A
ton, 1 1 0 volt, will swap for out outboard
board outboard motor, 3739, Navy.
WANTED: To rant long term
4-bedroom house, unfurnished,
modem, residential district. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-7397, 7 a m. to 1:30
WANTED: Bilingual steno stenographer,
grapher, stenographer, write box 1 1 80 Colon,
giving past experience, education
WANTED: Baby nurse with
references. Call Tel. 3-0946, Pa-
Prominent international airline
has opening for operation clerk.
Salary minimum $175, must be
bilingual and have a minimum of
a High School education or its
equivalent. All applicants report
to the training room second floor
of Tocumen Airport, Saturday
ulv 1 1th at 9:30 a.m. No phone
FOR SAL Ei tors 500 and 1.000
metera. In tha Nuavo Hipodrom
Urfeanlzetiep- acroaa tha Ramon
Racetrack. All lota with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBamett.
FOR SALE: Beautiful residence.
4 bedroom, llvingroom, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, library, recreation room,
large kitchen, pantry, maid'a
room with service, hot water, ter terrace,
race, terrace, garden, garage, land 1,800
m. 9th. Street No. 28, 1 San
FOR SALE: Lot In the highest
place of Las Cumbres, sited In
Transisthmian Highway, corner
Los Caobos Ave. 1304, M2 area.
Price? a bargain, $2.75 square
meters. For information call 2 2-1155,
1155, 2-1155, (office hours).
FOR RENT: Comfortable rooms
for responsible coupla and stu students.
dents. students. Uruguay Street and 48th.
Varied Activities Planned
By Scouts To Honor
In celebration of Lady Baden-
Powell's visit to Panama, the Can
al Zone Council of the Boy Scouts
of America will participate in va
rious phases of the planned pro
gram in her honor. In formulating
the program Brig. (ien. lieorgo a
Schlatter has served on the recep.
tion committee, Lt. Col. T.M.B.
xHicks and Dan Daniels on the ex
ecutive committee, and L. Budd
Haberstick on the rally commit committee
tee committee In various phases of the pro program,
gram, program, Zone Boy Scouts will par participate
ticipate participate in the rally at National
Stadium on tonight, at 7:30.
Vince Biava, veteran Zone pout pouter,
er, pouter, will direct the construction of
a monkey rope bridge as an exhi exhibition
bition exhibition at the rally. He will be as assisted
sisted assisted by members of Troop 10 of
Gamboa and. other Scout units
spdnsored bythe civic association
of Gamboa. The parade portion of
the program at the rally will Be
directed by Commissioner Robert
Boyd and his staff,
On Friday at 11:00 a.m. at
Camp Chagres, Lady Baden-Powell
inaugurate the new camp site. Lt
Col. A. A. Tisone is in charge of
tne ina juration ceremonies at
the camp and will be assisted by
Robert Thompson, Sgt. Louis
Blakely and CWO Taylor Ritter.
The public is invited to attend
the inauguration of Camp Cha
gres. it has been requested by Ti
sone that those attending should
arrive by 10:45 a.m, to have suf
ficient time to park cars and walk
to the site of the inauguration
Man To Confess
CHICAGO (UPn Practically
the only thing Edmond O'Brien
nad left yesterday was his con conscience.
science. conscience. He had lost his job. his
wife, his children and his self re
spect, all because he lost his
O'Brien moved to make amends
when he entered traffic court on
his own free will Tuesday and
told Judge Emmett Morrissey
that he killed James Adamczyk,
13, in a hit and run accident five
Police charged O'Brien with
reckless homicide, negligent driv driving,
ing, driving, leaving the scene ol an acci
dent and failure to make an ac accident
cident accident report. The case was con continued
tinued continued to July 24.
O'Brien said he had stopped for
"a drink or two" after work one
day in July, 1954, then drove on
The next day he read in a
newspaper that the boy had been
killed by a hit-run car while rid riding
ing riding a bicycle. The accident had
happened along the route O'Brien
had taken. O'Brien said the
events of the previous day were
a haze. He began to worry. He
drank more, became increasingly
Eventually, he told the court,
his wife Violet, 24, and their two
children went to live with her pa
rents. He lost his job.
Footloose, he finally landed in
Arcadia, Calif., he said, and was'
sentenced to 39 days in jail for
It was then, he said, he decided
to return to Chicago and sur surrender.
render. surrender. S FIRSS INVESTIGATED
COCOA, Fla. (UPI) State
arson investigators yesterday
moved into this Florida c a it
coast city, 10 miles from the
Cape Canaveral missile base, to
look into three fires which have
caused more than $405,000 dam damage.
age. damage. The latest blaze was a $.". $.".-000
000 $.".-000 fire in city hall. Sunday a ci citrus
trus citrus packing house burned and
June 16 there was a warehouse
By SAM SHULSKY
Q. We have waited for years
for a drop in the market. As a
result we have built up a re reserve
serve reserve of some $40,000 in savings.
I am now 75, with enough to live
on if inflation doesn't worsen.
A. This it a matter which is
coming up with increasing fre frequency
quency frequency t waiting for a market
crash which Ijas led to building
up large amounts of cash.
I can't 'quarrel with anyone
who, during the last several
years, thought the market was
high and even vulnerable. The
market has been high by jnost
classic yardsticks. "s,
But and this is- a crucial
"but" a high market should
not halt an investment program.
The reason is simply that a
"high" market does not mean
the market can't go higher. And
this it has done.
The longer I watch and study
the stock market, the less able I
become to forecast its actions.
I must, therefore, fall back on the
old formula which calls for. stea
dy and periodic accumula,tlon of
good securities over a long period
of time, hoping that the advant
age of putting a fixed amount of
dollars into the market at regu regular
lar regular intervals will hlp iron but
the peaks and valleys and yield
a long time favorable cost aver average.
age. average. In your specific rase, I can on
ly say that you should start now
high prices or not." That doesn't
mean you should .plunge your en entire
tire entire fortune into fu'eli. flyine .elec
tronics and missile .'fuel stocks.
But I do think you could start
putting money into solid retail
ing, utility, rail and oil shares,
spacing your buying so as to
h.ave about half your funds in the
market in a couple of years.
Let s hope the regular purchas purchases
es purchases will help you get a fair aver average
age average cost.-
You might for increased safe safety's
ty's safety's sake talk to your broker a
bout convertible preferreds and
covertible debentures so as to
have the advantage of the pre
ferred investment position with
out losing the hedge against in
flation. , i
A. H have never noticed anyone
asking you about Public Service
of &3gl!have labout 800
of tn? common. Is it rightto
Keep on buying this stock?
A. I guess there aren't many
questions about Public Service
because' those who own it rarely
worry about it. It Is a top-flight
uility. The stock has paid divi dividends
dends dividends for more than a half cen
tury without interruption.
There's no reason why anyone
shouldn't own 800 shares of it
assuming, of course, you hold
other stocks, too. I don't think
all of anyone's money especial especially
ly especially if it amounts to as much as
$32,1)00 -i- should. bein Only one
company, as fine an investment
as it is.
Authority To Raise
Bond Interest Rates
' V -t
Is Victory For Ike
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House Ways & Means Committee
handed President Eisenhower a
major fiscal victory yesterday by
voting 10-7 to grant his request
for authority to raise interest rates
on government bonds.
The legislation would retain the
present legal ceilings on interest,
but allow the President to ignore
them whenever he found "the na national
tional national interest requires it."
The present ceilings are 4.25
per cent on big marketable gov
ernment bonds sold to large-sca
investors and 3.25 per cent oft
savings bonds purchased by mi
lions of Americans through payrofl
The authority to Ignore the ceil ceilings
ings ceilings would be granted for only'
two years under the committee
The committee's action was a
big victory for the President. But
it foreshadowed a party-sphtting
fight for Democrats on the House
artd Senate floor.
The 4.25 per cent interest ceiling
now precludes the government s
long-term marketable bonds from
competing private interest rates
which have risen to a 30-year
high. This has farced the govern government
ment government to resort to short-term bor borrowing
rowing borrowing which is considered infla inflationary.
tionary. inflationary. Eisenhower had urged Congress
for a flat repeal of the interest
ceiling. Treasury Secretary Robert
B. Anderson told newsmen the
compromise grant of authority ap approved
proved approved by the committee wai featts
fnrfftry to the treasury, however.
But it failed to satisfy foes of
the administration's proposal.
Many liberal Democrats have
vowed a fight to the finish against
any boost In bond Interest ceil ceilings.
ings. ceilings. They contended that higher
interest on new government bonds
would boost interest rates in the
market plaee still higher.
GENEVA (UPI) Vittorio de
Podrecca, founder of the world
famous "plccoli" Puppet Theater.
died, yesterday. He was 76. Ra
vel, Rimsky Korsakov and De Debussy
bussy Debussy composed music especially
for Porecca's Marionettes during
the pas t30 years.
Today s Opening
NEW YORK.- Jirlv rTTPn
Stocks opened higher today in fair
ly Dnss trading.
ACF Ind 52-
Advocate Asbestos 275b
Alleghany Corp 13
Aluminium Ltd 37
Amer Cyanamid 61
Amer Motors 474
Amer Tel and Tel 82
Anaconda Copper 62
Arkansas Fuel 33
Cerro tte Pasco
Chicagof .Great Wet
Crown Cork and Seal
Cuban Venezuelan Oil
El Paso NatrtMl Or
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New Eng. Tel and Tel
Royal Dutch Shell
Signal Oil and Ctat
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United Caho Ofl
6 b ;
Trade Verbal Slurs
On Floor Of Senate
WASHINGTON (UPI) Snatr
Johnson,: Tex.; and GOP Leader
Everett Dirksen tangled in a
bitter political wrangle yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, trading slurs about the rec record
ord record ofjthe'jpemocratie controlled
At one point another Democrat,
Sen. Pat McNamara (Mich.) got
into the fray on the Senate floor
to criticize both Johnson's leader leadership
ship leadership and the Republican adminis administration.
tration. administration. Dirksen touched things off bf
noting a published report th at
Johnson planned to keep Congress
in session until Sept. 14 to past
bills dealing with civil rights, la labor
bor labor reform, school construction
and other controversial issues.
He added caustically that he
"liked the idea.' He suggested
that mavbe President Eisenhower
sho'uld recall Congress in special
Session after Armistice Day t
take a "second look" at foreign
aid cuts and other programs re revamped
vamped revamped by Congress.
t "Armistice Day," Dirksen muf.
anercd softly, 'that has sweep tm
plications Then, referring to ia
tra-party quarrels among th
Democrats, he added: '
"We could have an armiatae
between the Democratic Advisory
Council and the Beraocrauc lead
ership in Congress or between
the two parties.. We might even
have an armistice for all the cont contentious
entious contentious contenders for the pri
Dirksen said ttnj special teesion
was his own idea. But even a he
spoKC. Eisenhower suggested at
his news conference that such a
move might be considered if Con Congress
gress Congress chopped too-, much from th
foreign aid bi'l.
Johnson snapped back at Dirk Dirksen
sen Dirksen that' there was an "organized
campaign"! goir g .'on to "smeaf
Congress ''' Iter suggested th at
since the Republicans ''support
the President to a man on vetoes''
they should alsb "support him on
VIRILITY RESTORER KILLS I
KAMPALA. Nigeria (UPI)-Th.
six wives of a Karamojonf cattle)
herder 'hve been jailed because
tney lataliy beat a wttcn ooctor
whose efforts to restore their hus hus-band's
band's hus-band's virility failed and killed S
him instead, official, reported.!
TVia hiiaKanH ittut aknrtlv
1 1 . 1
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edy, consisting of a paste made ofl
earth and "other Ingredients," the,
TnURSDAT, JULY 9, 1959
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without anv fuss. as time goes on, the harem
maw have a number of temporary masters.'
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BY J. R. WILLIAMS
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COL. FERDINAND J. TATE, chief of the U.S. Army Caribbean In Inter
ter Inter American Geodetic .Survey, congratulates CWO Emile D. Weber,
upon receiving the CoYhmendation Ribbon with Metal Pendant.
Weber, who acted inithe .capacity of adjutant for IAGS from Octo October
ber October 1956 until June 1959, was cited for the period from Nov. 5, 195S
to May 31, 1959. He left the command for reassignment at the Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Special Weapons School at Sandia Base, New Mexico.
Tate left the command .yesterday aboard commercial aircraft for
'1hett!r'AiTny,lemen'trOASD (9000), Research and' Engineering
Development, The Pentagon. (US Army Photo)
"Ted arid I aren't going to phone each other at all
today. We're testing our love!"
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MORE THAN A JACKKNIFE A many-bladrd propeller
Kussia's TU-114 airliner is examined by an inspector in Mos-
row. Two four-bladcd propellers are turned by enh of thei
plane's four jnrbo-prup rticincs. Iirils call the plane the uorld'si
largest. Theyxsay Ijt could carry 170 passengers nopsiop from.1 j
Mn-ow to New Ycrfc and 220 passengers on short flights., I
f.H?dS tS.C,?US EUMDISPLAY-Th.s sculpture in bone
in In rmicaum i . .
4 Him uug i. me end of June. It will ho imii.-
to one beinr tirH k u- ti..j wul De similar
rl agreement. 10 Moscow by reciD"
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(ipmmunist Terrorists Attack
m Mission In South Viet Nam
T iAlGON Viet Nam, July 9 (UPI) Communist terrorists bombed a U. S. military
a4ry group billet during the showing of movie.last night, killing two U.S. officers,
J( i 6et Names and one of the attackers, ;'v!
he attack occurred at Bien Hoa, 20 mile, north ef Sa.gon, at 7 p.m., the Amen.
In'officer was wounded I thi bomb attack which was followed by
I Jlfthanet of gunfire between Veil Namese guards and the Communist raiders.
' iK.porU from the scene said one of the Communists infiltrated the billeting area and
Jfa I .,. charge which killed him, the Americans and the Viet Namese
Th Iwo Viet Namese guards ow. He definitely has been identi identi-Th
Th identi-Th iwo viei i" .. i'(,inmnni!l. according to
rrietf but were unable to stop li'iu
ftW setting off the charge Oth Other
er Other guards rushed to the billot and
penM fire on the intruders, dm-
IT;" ... .caned into the
M.anwhile U.J. officials in
ui u'JlT.-- ..id I thev are cert-
"Kt Viet Nam Bov 'rn-
mnt is doing tverytning po si
W.. capture commums.
:, s. s,,e
mev aiu iryun-'
Department were that the South
Vietnamese Army moved into the
rea quickly and made several ar ar-restsn
restsn ar-restsn combing the country side
icials here Mia we auact.
. Vif Carried out by a number of
Uteri "armed with small weapons
awdka handmade plastic bomb.
One, ktacker was killed when the
konjb 'bounced back from a wind-
Pi$r Angeli Set
yybby Vic Damone
'WhtfDON (UPI) A beaming
EteV Angeli radiating domestic
its left London for New York
tip Mir today with 3-year-old son
Perry to join once-estranged hus husband
band husband Vic Damone.
"When we get home we are
ioljj for a lovely, long holiday
tltUSt the three of us, Vic, Perry
pd me," said the Italian born
h'dvie star, who fled to England
tjcft' Spring with Perry against the
fnrs of an American court that
was considering who should re receive
ceive receive custody of the child.
Several weks ago Damone flew
t London to see the little boy
wKom h said was longing to see
Him. The day after he arrived he
and Pier announced their recon reconciliation.
ciliation. reconciliation. "He will be at the airport in
NW York to meet us," said Pier,
yWilftif under her floppy felt sun-
Weather Or Not
This weather report for ths 24
heart ending- 8 a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
mn1 Hydrorraphte Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Hn; Balboa Cristobal
Hifh 81 80
kfcW 72 75
pi-v JWfh .
Wax. mph) N24
(Inner harbors) 82
i- LAKE ELEVATIONS:
"Oatim Lake 83.03
HMadden Dam 214.70
FRIDAY, JULY 10
ft V Bi F if 1
officials in Washington.
Some reports reaching the U.S.
capital said the Americans were
killed not by the borne but oy
.mall arm, firt
i (WTiMnU saiH there have
Ibeen increasing reports ln recent
weeks ol stepped up terrorist ac-
'tivily b South Viet Nam Comma-
,,-.ninkinc district and
; Ml,1()nlf.s ,nfse :,.
Although frequent threats have
MOSCOW (UPD '- Nikita S.
Khrushchev told visiting Ameri American
can American state governments yesterday
he has "the highest respect" for
l'resident Eisenhower and would
like to exchange "useful" visits
with him, it was disclosed
Details of the secret three hour
and 40-mimtte Kremlin conference
between the Soviet Premier and
seven touring governors showed
that they concentrated on the
themes of war, peace and friend friendship,
ship, friendship, with Khrushchev emphasing
the need for Soviet -American co cooperation.
operation. cooperation. The governors also got
a first hand view of a man they
described as being everything
from a "good back alley fighter"
to a "skillful arguer and de debater."
bater." debater." The governors quoted Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev as saying, "We would like
your President to visit us. Which
would be most useful.
"Some people sav I'm anxious
to go to the United Slates. Well,
I've the complete opportunity to
travel, and I would like to go to
the United Slates because iwtould
be n useful thing."
The governors included: Demo Democrats
crats Democrats Stephen L. R. McNichols of
Colorado. Lerov Collins of Flori Florida,
da, Florida, Robert I). Meyner of New
Jersey, Luther I). Hodges of
North Carolina a nri Republioans
Robert E. Smvlie of Idaho. John
E. Davis of North Dakota and
Ceorge D. Civile of Utah.
Thev took no'es during their in interview
terview interview and all agreed later that
Khrushchev was a tough, able
man who knew his business. His
main theme was that there should
be a friendly, working arrange arrangement
ment arrangement between the world's two
Referring to Soviet American
cooperation in World War 11.
Khrushchev said he would like to
Toniqht At JWB
Tonight is "stereo night'' at the
USO-.IWH Armed Forces Service
Center in Balboa.
This presentation will be a non nontechnical
technical nontechnical non-commercial demon demonstration
stration demonstration conducted by the Nation National
al National Electric Center of Panama Ci City.
ty. City. As part of the presentation
of "stereo The New Sound" a
variety of equipment and records
will be featured and several of
the most popular systems will be
exhibited and explained.
In view of the great interest
shown, it is urged 'hat all those I
interested arrive in sufficient time
to gel seats, which ai no' re reserved.
served. reserved. A special door prize is being
offered ami refreshments will be
served at the l"t'niiii:iiinn of the
PRICES: 75c. 40c.
1:00, 2:45. 4:40, 6:50, 9:05 p.m.
l IM KM HIGH flMUU SUHlUPHOHIt tOUNO
Directed ltv Henry Hathawav
been voiced egeinit U.S. milita military
ry military personnel, they said this it
the first actual attack since
October, 1957, when two bombs
were exploded outside a U.S.
military billet in the Saigon a a-rea
rea a-rea and a small bomb detonated
in the U.S. Information Service
Some American personnel were
wounded outside the billet in 'he
1 9r,7 attack, but there were no fa-
lalitieK. In 'he attack on me no-
rary, the bomb went off unn
Itiie hmch hour when there was no
lone in the building.
s US Governors Friendly Visits
Would Benefit Both Countries
go back to that old
"I had the highest respect for
Eisenhower then and now," he
said. "He acted like a real gen gentleman.
tleman. gentleman. We did not have frictions
then. But now our relations are
bad and we'd like to return to
the old times."
lie said he was pleased with
the American reception of First
Deputy Premier Frol Kozlov, now
in the American midwest, and
promised that Vice President
Richard M. Nixon would receive
a warm welcome on his arrival
in Moscow July 25.
"We want peace and friendship
between all nations, above all
between the two biggest and
strongest nations." he said. And
if some other nation wants war,
we can stop it."
He assured the governors of his
often repeated stand that Russia
Weds London Model
LONDON, July 9 (UPI)-Robin
Douglas Home, the aris'o c r a t i c
piano plaver and advertising ex executive
ecutive executive who in 19S7 became prin princess
cess princess Margaretha of Sweden's re
jected suitor, today married 18
vear-old London model Sandra
The ceremony was performed in
fashionable, 274-year old St. .lame's
Church in Piccadilly, designed by
Christopher Wren this afternoon.
The bride, who was two minutes
late, wore a parchment white satin
gown and carried a bunch of white
lillies. She had no bridesmaids.
On her head sparkled the dia diamonds
monds diamonds of the straiwayshaped "Bin
nister tiara." a famous heirloom,
belonging to the Douglas-Home fa family.
mily. family. Both of the groom's divorced pa parents.
rents. parents. Col. Henry Douglas-Home
and Ladv Margaret and Robin's
uncle, William Douglas Home, were
among the guests.
AIRMEN CASUALTY FREE
WIESBADEN, Germany (UPI)
The U.S. Air Force's personn?i
in Europe went through the ex extended
tended extended July 4 holiday without a
traffic fataiily, safely officials an announced.
nounced. announced. HE'S SCARED Ex-Marine
Dick Walker, 34, handles seven
big cats as the lion tamer In a
new film, "The Big Ciircus." He
admits he'a scared ki the cage.
But, he says, it keeps him alert.
Vocation is a tims when men
fun out ot money os f ost os women
fun out of clothes. mca
NEW IAGS DIRECTOR Col.
Earl L. Icke (above), has as assumed
sumed assumed command of the Inter
American Geodetic Survey,
replacing Col. Ferdinand J.
Tate, who recently departed
for a new assignment in the
States Mrs. Icke and their
three children, Earl Jr., Chris Christina
tina Christina and Suzette are present presently
ly presently at their home in San Die Diego",
go", Diego", Cal., and will join him
.does not want war and would not
start one but rf we have to
fight no one can stop us."
He said again that Russia alone
has intercontinental missiles on
an assembly line production bas basis.
is. basis. To help relax tensions, he said,
Russia has proposed a nuclear
test ban, "on which agreement
(with the United States and Brit Britain)
ain) Britain) apparently can be reached".
He reaffirmed the Soviet stand
on Germany and Berlin as a way
to achieve disarmament.
"We not only want disarma disarmament
ment disarmament but are willing to destroy
all our arms, our main problem
being the insuring of peace."
The governors said they agreed
with Khrushchev t hat they en encountered
countered encountered no hostility and only
"curiosity, hospitality and friend friendliness"
liness" friendliness" on their tour of Russia.
But Collins of Florida said that
on the basis of some of Khrush Khrushchev's
chev's Khrushchev's remarks, the Russians
have an incorrect impression of
the "love of the dollar."
Collins said he found Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev a "nleasant person." but
also a "skillful arguer and debat
er" and a past-master at putting
people on the defensive.
McNichols of Colorado called
him "capable of high level dis discussion
cussion discussion or in a street or alley
Meyner of New Jersey found he
had "a great deal of humor" and
was a "master of dialectics."
Hodges of North Carolina:
"Smart as the dickens."
Smylie of Idaho: "He trapped
us many limes . a very knowl knowledgeable
edgeable knowledgeable gentleman.
Clyde of Utah had no immedi immediate
ate immediate comment.
Dies Al Coc olo
Affer Lonq Illness
Mrs. Vera Fagerberg, wife of
Eric A. Fagerberg, who is em
uloved ln the Industrial Divl
sion in Cristobal, died at 10:27
urn. yesterday at Coco Solo
Hospital after a long illness.
She was 56 years old.
Mrs. Fagerberg, a native of
Virginia, was a well known resi resident,
dent, resident, of the Atlantic side, "lie
has made her home there since
1940 when her husband joined
the Industrial Division as a
marine machinist. Foe the past
few months they have been liv living
ing living at Coco Solo.
Mr. and Mrs. Fagerberg were
enthusiastic small boat owners
and spent much of their week weekends
ends weekends sailing and flsning. Mrs.
Fagerberg, up to the time of
her illness, was an active work worker
er worker with the Canal Zone ted
Cross and the Emblem Club.
She is survived by her hus husband.
band. husband. Funeral services will be an announced
nounced announced later.
BY REQUEST OF THE
3:45 6:17 8:49
WMM KWMtlOMI proWl
Iroute t WorW
America's Astronauts Bearing
Rigorous Weird Training Well
LANG LEY RESEARCH CEN CENTER,
TER, CENTER, Va. i,UPI) America's astro astronauts
nauts astronauts are Bering up well after
four months ot rigorous and
weird training for one of the
most adventures man has been
called on to undertake.
' The seven trainees candidates
for a trip into outer space say
they not only feel fine, but are
having "a lot of fun."
The astronauts met newsmen
again yesterday for the second
time since they were introduced
to the public last April. The brief briefing
ing briefing took place at this 710-acre
150-mi lion dollar space research
center near Hampton, Va., where
the astronauts are training.
The men, crack military pilots
ranging in age from 32 to 37,
now know how it feels to exper experience
ience experience the eerie conditions that
would confront them as space
They have been subjected to
zero gravity and the accompany accompanying
ing accompanying condition of weightlessness
when the body loses all its moor moorings
ings moorings and tumbles ludicrously .n
They also know the opposite
the pull of the centrifuge whucn
spins them widly at high speeds
and subiects them to 25 times the
pull of normal gravity.
They have undergone other ex extremesthat
tremesthat extremesthat of the ocean's pres pressure
sure pressure deep underwater and of the
laboratory pressure chamber.
They have been quizzed, put
through exhausting medical stud studies,
ies, studies, subjected' to innumerable sci scientific
entific scientific lectures and watched like
so many laboratory specimens.
But the astronauts bronzed,
lean, keen-eyed and to all out outward
ward outward appearances happy say
they nave no regrets that they
One day, about two years hence,
one of them will be selected to
make the first journey. He can
hope to return safely only if a
multitude of operations anil gadg gadgets
ets gadgets work as planned.
TALL TRYOUT Las Vegas
showgirl Terri Stone will take
a Hollywood screen test Jor a
tall-girl part in a new movie,
t "Who Was That Lady?" She
I survived, preliminary judging
j for the part in the Nevada city.
$1.00 and $0.50
"izr f FAR CRANn
Langley, seen by reporters and
photographers for the first time,
is a complex of wind tunnels,
laboratories, and shops where
3,300 persons are devoting a good
part of their time to the 200-mil-lion
dollar Mercury Project.
But according to the project di director,
rector, director, a naturally conservative
45-year-old named Robert R. Gil Gil-ruth,
ruth, Gil-ruth, "We have no ..-accomplishments
to report juSt plans and
first steps." Nevertheless, Mer Mercury
cury Mercury has:
The almost fully developed
capsule which will carry an as astronaut
tronaut astronaut into air-conditioned com comfort
fort comfort around the earth, perhaps
some time in 1961.
Booster rockets "in the pipe pipeline."
line." pipeline." These include "Little Joe,"
which late this fall will hurl a
chimpanzee into space from Wal Wallops
lops Wallops Island, Va., to test the cap capsule's
sule's capsule's escape and recovery me mechanisms.
chanisms. mechanisms. Escape equipment to enable
the astronaut to separate his cap capsule
sule capsule from the booster if anything
should go wrong during launching
or the first few minutes after afterward.
ward. afterward. Gilruth believes the astronaut
have a better chance than some
pioneers of the past. Recalling
Charles A. Lindbergh's 1927 flight
to Paris in an overloaded single single-engine
engine single-engine plane that almost didn't
get off the ground, he observed:
"These boys will have a better
chance than he did."
Ousfer Of Buffer
For Party Remarks
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.) has added
his voice to demands for the
ouster of Democratic National
Chairman Paul M. Butler he he-cause
cause he-cause of his criticism of the
partv's congressional leaders.
Other Virginia Democratic
leaders joined in a growing
chorus of criticism of Butler.
They included Reps. J. Vauphan
Gary and William M. Tuck, Sen.
A. Willis Robertson and State
Democratic Committeeman G.
They spoke out today as
Sneaker Sam Rayburn sharply
chided Butler for his statement
that House and Senate Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic leaders were j e o p p-ardizing
ardizing p-ardizing partv victory chances in
I960 by following a moderate
rather than liberal legislative
Rayburn, who rarely feels im impelled
pelled impelled to speak out in such situa situations,
tions, situations, said in a brief statement:
"Mr. Butler can do the talking
and we'll do the acting and make
the record. That's all I have to
Byrd, chairman of the powerful
Senate Finance Committee, was
less restrained. He said Butler
should be ousted "at the earliest
MOSCOW (UPI) The Commu Communist
nist Communist Party newspaper Pravda re reported
ported reported yesterday that the two
dops and the rabbit which were
rocketed into space and hrnunht
hack are "cheerful and healthy"
in a scientific research institute
Films were taken of the dogs
"Daring" and "Snowflake" and
the unnamed rabbit during the
flight, and instruments measured
their blood pressure, breathing,
reflexes and muscular tone, t h e
The dogs had made previous
rocket flights but Pravda said
"the rabbit went up to such a
height for the first time."
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Business-Backed Tax Bill Pondered
By House Way And
WASHINGTON, July f (UPI) A comprornlM Solution was sug suggested
gested suggested yesterday to a dispute between the Treasury and U. S. business
men over how far the government should go in offering tax Incentives
to spur the flow of Investment capital overseas.'
The compromise proposal wa
Means Committee by Ralph I. Straus, director of R. M. Meey & Co.,
of New York, who frequently: advises the government en foreign eco economic
nomic economic policy. w'" VT
Straus wroW" jfcport :-Ht VwJStscnhower' admtnittretioii last ;
spring which recommended that' income tax be deferred on foreign 1
earnings of U. S. corporations as long as the money is reinvested
The committee is considering a business-backed bill incorporatlna
the idea. "j
The Treasury, State and Com-Jsented results of a secret survey
merce Departments endorsed -the of American business firms He
proposal Tuesday. But they rec-jsaid it refuted Treasury contend
ommended-at the Treasury's in-jtions that the unlimited tax defer-'1
sistence that the tax deferral bejral provision alone would result
umicu uii earnings m tanaaa ana;
Europe. This would restrict it to j
unueraeveiopea areas wnere
business earnings are relative
Straus testified that his report
opposed any such geographic' lim limitation
itation limitation because the selection of
areas to be benefitted would raise
"diplomatic problems and domes domestic
tic domestic pressures."
As a compromise, Straus urged
that the tax deferral be permit permitted
ted permitted on all foreign earnings so
long as they then are plowed
back into underdeveloped areas.
The committee heard pleas
from business groups that the
pending bill, sponsored by Rep.
Hale Boggs (D-La.), be approved
without change despite Treasury
complaints that it goes too far.
Ralph E. Burgess, economist for
the American Cyanamid Co., pre-
Ex-Chief Of Cuba's
Air Force To
In US As Residenl
MIAMI (UPI) Maj. Pedro Luis
Dia- Lanz, who resigned as com commander
mander commander of Cuba's Air Force,
has entered the United States as
a res'dent alien.
Disz, object of a search by
Cubjn author ties in Cuba who
branded him a triator, arrived
here with his w;fe in a small boat
July 1. U.S. immigration authori authorities
ties authorities kept his presence here a se secret
cret secret until yesterday.
Edward P. Anrens, district im immigration
migration immigration supervisor, said, "fol
lowing examination yesterday
(Tuesday) he Hrts been admitted
as a resident alien and she (his
wife) has been paroled. He has
requested that his whereabouts
not be revea'td at this time.'
Alliens refused to say anymore
about the case. It was not known
if Diaz was still in Miami.
Diaz resignation as chief of the
Air Force was announced June 30
in a letter to Cuban President
Manuel Urruti-i He told the Presi
dent in the letter that Red ele elements
ments elements used pressure to carry out
"a determined plan of indoctrina
tion" among military officers in
Diaz was immediately replaced
by Maj. Juan Almeida. A tew
houis after he took office. Al Al-media
media Al-media ordered Diaz sweated. He
accrued Diaz of desertion, Trea Treason,
son, Treason, robbery and stealing with sup supporters
porters supporters of former Cuban President
Fulinncio Bat sta.
A search was launched for Diazl
but it wps reported he had gone
underground and fled the rountrv.
His wheracbouts was a mysiery
since that time.
A purge of the followers of the
Air Force chH was launched by
Fidel Castro. Among those dis
missed in the purge was Maj.
Aldo Vera, m:ef of the Cuban
equivalent of the Federal Rurpau
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advanced to the.House Wave and
in revenue Josses ranging from!
300 to 500 million dollars.
, The .Treasury contended t h a f
world-wide application of tax de
ferral would pst 10 million doUi
lats in Hfuari;evenue, with the
additional 200 tos400 million dol
larg loss resultingVfrom applicaJ
nun oi ine principle to export in
Chinese Red Boat
Tries To Hijack
Macao Police Launch
HONG KONG, July 9 (UPI)-.
A Chinese Communist gunboat
tried to hijack a Portuguese po
lice launch inside Macao waters
today but was driven off.
The gunboat was chasing a tam tampan
pan tampan in which two Chinese wer
attempting to escape to the Por
tuguese enclave of Macao. t
The police launch intervened and
picked up the refugees. Th guf
boat roared alongside and a crew
man threatened to throw a nana
grenade unless th refugees wero
The police demanded that tho
Chinese boat leave the area sincfj
it was well within Macao waters
The gunboat began to pull a
way, then turned quickly and
rammed the launch amidships."
The Chinese made a line fast
to the launch and began towing it
toward Communist waters but
the Portuguese cut the line. At
that moment another Portuguese-
ponce launch arrived and the gi
It Was the most serious ine!
dent in a series' "(if Chinese Com
munist intrusions in Macao wat waters
ers waters in recent months during which
a flood of farmers and fishermen
have fled Kwangtung Province for
sanctuary in Macao.
Woman Fined $50 1
For Chasing Hubby
DENVER (UPI)-Mrs. Delores
Pride was $50 poorer yesterday
because of her persistence anil
womanly curiosity. Vl
She told a police court judge
she was chasing a car because
she wanted to ask its driver a
The suspicidusr male driver of
the car said he knew he was be
ing chased but he thought it was
Finally, the man aaid, "I had
to stop for a red light and she
When police arrived, Mrs. Pride
and the man were standing near
their badly smashed autos.
She was fined $50 for reckless
driving, and the judge suspended
another $50 fine for careless driv driving.
ing. driving. Mrs. Pride never did say what
lr wao cho umntoi .i. .u.
I.. . me
whom Dolie irlpntt.
fied as her husband, Robert.
A COLUMBIA PIUIH