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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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AN INDEPENDENT ;HkNpAlLY NEWSPAPER
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FANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1959
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Fitter vs.

114 Army Civilians In Zone
Bit$;1tiffedWm- 60 Days
XV Army spokesman tald today that SO civilian mployea now hava reduction In
foree (RIF) notices to become effective within the next 30 days.
Another 64 workers are expected to receive such notices within the next 60 days.
The 114 being bounced are in addition to a total of 124 RIF separations which have
occurred since last Jan. 1.
All of the reduction results from a current Department of the Army economy drive
rdered last December, aimed at higher efficiency for less overhead throughout the civi civilian
lian civilian categories of the military service.

Strikers Meet
Today With CZ
Bus Officials
Negotiations got anderway
late this afternoon to attempt
i to bring an end to the three three-day
day three-day old bus employes strike.
Represent tires of the
striking employes ef the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Bus Service inc. met
with company representatives
at Curundu to attempt a com com-promise
promise com-promise over the demands be-
, ing made by the checkers,
mechanics and welders who
have been off the job since
Monday.
The strikers are seeking a
false to salary as well as one
, day of! a -week, They ,ng-
totally' requested flat salary
mm tut 1S rents ner hoar, but

ja weman. Jf&:'.11T'"

stated they were now wn
to accept a minimum of 40
cents an hour.
The company has reported reportedly
ly reportedly offered to pay the strikers
35 cents. ;
Socialite Beauty
Sought By Police
In Nationwide Alarm
NEWARK, N.J., July 23 (UPI)
A nationwide alarm was out to today
day today for a 21-year-old socialite
beauty who disappeared at New Newark
ark Newark airport late Tuesday after
kissing her fiance good bye at a
plane gate.
Jacqueline Gay Hart, a .1955
debutante who was graduated from
college in June .and was to have
been married in just five weeks,
apparently never reached her
graduation present car, found
parked in a brightly lighted area
just 50 feet from the entrance to
the airport terminal.
The only apparent clue to her
l mi the rennrt of her fiance,
Stanley Noyes Gaines, 25r that he
saw four or five "hoodlums'' fol follow
low follow the small blonde beauty
from the air plane departure gate,
The youths, described only as
having ducktail haircuts, were al also
so also seen by others, and are being
sought by police for questioning.
But their known activity only serv served
ed served to compound the mystery. The
car they were believed to have
been driving also was found aban abandoned
doned abandoned at the airport. It had no
license plates.
"I'm scared. I'm just plain
scared," said Gaines, who return returned
ed returned from Pittsburgh where he had
gone for a job interview imme immediately
diately immediately on learning of Miss Hart's
disappearance.
'"I'm; even afraid to mention
labilities," said police director
Joseph (Weldon.
$100
A 41-year-old Ft. Kobbe master
M-eeant pleaded guilty to
drunken driving charges in Bal
boa Magistrate's Court today,
and was fined tlOO as well as
drawing a suspended 10-day Jail
sentenee. ..
M-Sgt. Edward J. Croghan was
arrested 'shortly after midnight
last night after nicking a Pana Panama
ma Panama taxi on Fourth of July Ave
nue. James A. Vassell, the cab
driver, gave chase but Croghan
finally stopped of ms own ac
cord at the entrance to Quarry
Heights,-where he was taken in
to custody by Canal Zone police.
Only, slight damage was done
Hie taxi. ,,
In addition to the suspended
Jail sentence, -, Croghan'i, Canal
Zone driver s license was suspen
ded, for one jrear.

Military authorities point out
that the number of riffed employ employes
es employes is no indication of the actual
number of persons separated,
since the time-honored bumpng
system comes into play at such
moments.
"Bumping," a term originating
during the early days of recog recognized
nized recognized unions, can be likened to a

small-scale chain reaction. After
determining his qualifications, the
riffed man then displaces a man
with less seniority on a similar
job.
The next man naturally does
the sa me, and so on down the line
until the low man on the ladder
finally gets cut. adrift.
The whole thing is a complica.tr
ed process and close students of
the system report it sometimes
takes months to complete the
chain reaction.
These sm students say the
Irony of such economy it that it
sometimes costs more to reloc relocate
ate relocate "re-employed" riffed people
then the abolition of the "lobs
might Mve saved in the first
plate.
UCLA Coed Takes
Miss U.S.A. Title
In Long Beach
LONG BEACH, Calif., July 23-
(UPI) Terry Lynn Huntingdon, a
19-year-old UCLA coed who refus refus-ed
ed refus-ed to give up college for an act
ing career, is the new Miss U.S.A.
The green-eyed dark-haired beau beauty
ty beauty from Mount Shasta, Calif., won
the title last night over four
blondes in the final round and will
represent the United States against
33 foreign contestants in competi competition
tion competition for the Miss Universe 1 title
which gets underway tonight.
Miss Universe will be chosen to
morrow night.
The 5-foot, 6 1-2-inch, 120-pound
college sophomore, who measures
36-23.36, threw herself into the
arms of her mother, crying:
"Momma, Momma! I can't be
lieve it. When I stood there in the
wings I just couldn't move."
Her mother, Mrs. Iola Hunting
don, a slim gray-haired woman,
replied:
"I knew you had it all along
honey."
US Sfeelworkers,
Company Teams
Meet !n NY Monday
NEW YORK, July 23 (UPI)
Federal Mediator Joseph F. rin rin-negan
negan rin-negan announced today that he
had called a joint meeting next
Monday of representatives of the
Striking United Steelworkers Union
and the 12 major steel companies.
The 10 a.m., meeting in New
York will be the first joint session
of both sides in the steel dispute
since the strike of 500,000 steel-
workers in 24 states began July
15.
Finnegan cautioned, however
that it should not be concluded
from this development that either
side had changed its position. He
said his action in summoning the
meeting was "normal mediation
procedure."
June Cost Of
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The cost
of living jumped four-tenths of
one per cent m June to recora us
sharpest increase in 15 months
and hit another record high, the
government reported today.
Ewan Clague, the Labor De De-partment's
partment's De-partment's price expert, attribut attributed
ed attributed the rise primarily to a normal
"seasonal increase" in prices of
fresh fruits and vegetables. He
belittled its significance,
iv"This Js not a aign tha tthe
consumer price index is about to
take off," .he said. He predicted
the index would show little
change in July and would decline
in August. i
The June rise lifted the price

But authorities don't publish
statistics concerning such reloca relocations.
tions. relocations. Actual economy moves here be

gan after the Army Department
simply reduced the funds allocat
ed Caribbean Command opera
tions.
Although figures for total jobs
abolished were not immediately
available, the Army spokesman
said 251 civilians have been sep sep-arated
arated sep-arated since Jan. 1. but this fig
ure included lob-noiders leaving
because of transfer, resignation
and return to the states, as well
as riffed workers.
Reductions, said the Army
spokesman, have taken place at
all grade levels5' and among white
collar as well as blue collar workers.

Cuba Paralyzed Fori Hour

To Demand Castro Return

HAVANA, July 23 (UPI) -Hava
na, a city of more tnan a million
people, and the rest of Cuba were
paralyzed for one hour today by
strike called by organized labor
to demand the return of Fidel
Castro to power.
Exactly at 10 a,m., the wnoie
city's working force, with the ex exception
ception exception of those persons in the
most urgent jobs, walked out.
Roadblocks were erected through
out the city to prevent movement
of any traffic and the quiet was
broken only by the conversation
of workers idling in the streets
and sporadic parades of individ
uals demanding that Castro return
to power.
The strike was so effective
that not tvin th cbU cemp cemp-nitt
nitt cemp-nitt wert allowed to operate
and the telephone company rt rt-fused
fused rt-fused to take long distance calls
unless thoy wero urgent.
Last night, Castro said in an
emotional television appearance
that he would allow the people
themselves to decide on Sunday
whether he will return to the
prime ministership.
There was littU doubt hero
that the maw rally to which
Castro will direct his query Sun Sunday
day Sunday would keep him on the job
with, wild acclaim.
TheN rally, clelebratijng the sixth
Crippled Ship
At Cristobal;
Pumps Blamed
A 100-ton cargo ship of Co
lombian registry put into Cris
tobal yesterday to repair dam damaged
aged damaged pumps.
The San Judas Tadeo, carry carrying
ing carrying 12 passengers and nine
crewmen ran into trouble about
90 miles off the coast. She was
on her way from Cartagena to
San Andres.
This is the second Colombian
ship in three weeks to have
trouble off the coast of Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. The Rio Atrato, a con converted
verted converted LCI also of Colombian
registry, caught fire and sank
off the coast of Panama July 3.
Thirty nine of her 45 crew
and passengers were rescued by
the passing German freighter,
Essen, and brought to Colon.
Living Index
index to 124.5 per cent of the
1947-49 base period, or six-tenths
of one per cent higher than a
year ago.
Clague said the June increase
meant pay raises for about 600, 600,-000
000 600,-000 workers whose wages are tied
to the cost of living index by un union
ion union contracts.
An estimated 200,000 trucking'
workers and 100,000 aircraft work workers
ers workers will receive wage boosts of
two cents an hour. Another 230, 230,-000
000 230,-000 electrical workers will receive
an average one cent an hour
hike.
Although higher food prices ac accounted
counted accounted for most of the Jun in

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"FIRE CAPTAIN ERNEST L. COTTON, right, and John J. Hoyner,
left, shown after being presented with the Colon Fire Depart Department
ment Department Diploma of Honor by COmandante Julio A. Salas, chief
of the Colon Fire Department.
Two Canal Zone Firemen Receive
Awards From Colon Fire Department

Capt. Ernest L. Cotton, scting
assistant to the chiei of the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Fire District and John J.
Joyner, chief of the Northern Dig-
anniversary of the start of Cas Castro's
tro's Castro's revolution, will be- swelled
by machete wielding peasants who
have been streaming into ths ca capital
pital capital by tens of thousands.
The bearded Castro made his
announcement in a brief telecast
this morning.
"So that our enemies will have
nothing to say, so that our sland slanderers,
erers, slanderers, detractors of the country
know what, they have to face, I
am not going to resolve the ques question
tion question (of his resignation as prem premier)
ier) premier) today but I am going to re resolve
solve resolve it on the 26th," Castro said.
Castro spoke from the Hava Havana
na Havana Sports Palace. It Was hit
first public appearance since he
forced the resignation of Manuel
Urrutia Lleo as president by re resigning
signing resigning himself i and making a
lengthy telecast in which he ac accused
cused accused Urrutia of near treason.
A "private citizen," Dr. Raul
Gomez Quintero, filed treason
charges against Urrutia yester
day in the supreme court, de
mandine his arrest.
President Osvaldo Dorticos, who
took over from Urrutia, said he
and the rest of the cabinet had
kept heavy pressure on Castro to
continue on as Dremier
"The best thing which he can do
now for the nation is to make the
sacrifice of returning to be the
head of the
government," said
Dorticos,
Batistianos
Accused Of
- i J j TU.u
- Mviail I nreOlS
Supporters of former Cu Cuban
ban Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batis Batista
ta Batista in Panama were accused,
today of sending threatening'
letters and phone calls to
diplomatic and consular rep representatives
resentatives representatives of the govern government
ment government of Fidel Castro.
The Batista supporters, re reportedly
portedly reportedly led by Cuban Ramon
Calvino, are also said to have
sent threatening letters tft-the
managers of two Panama City
radio stations and have sig signified
nified signified the Intention of throw throwing
ing throwing petards if a pro-Castro
rally, scheduled at Santa Ana
Plara, is held.
Reaches New
crease, prices of all major con consumer
sumer consumer items were fractionally
higher, with the exception of
wearing apparel.
Fresh fruits and vegetable pri prices
ces prices rose 10.9 per cent,' with po potatoes
tatoes potatoes recording a 42 i per cent
jump. Prices of celery, lettuce,
carrots, apples, oranges", grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit and watermelon also were
up.
Along
with the pric;rise, the
Hbor
Department also reported

that the take-home pavof factory
workers also record highs aver averaging
aging averaging $81.21 a week for a worker
with three dependents and, $73 66
for an unmarried worker.
i

Fane

trict of the Motor Transportation
Division, were presented recently
with the Colon Fire "Department
Diploma of Honor in recognition
of their friendship and cooperation
with the embers of the Colon
Fire Department.
The presentation was made by
Com martdanteS Julio Salas, Chief
of the Colon Fire Department at
tAfi Firp ttenartment.HeHftiwrter4.k
aiiiuvci0u y vj. luuuuiwnnr
the Fire Department in Colon.
The resolution accompanying the
diploma of honor stated that thj.
Colon Fire Department had al always,
ways, always, maintained friendly relations
with 'their fellow fire fighters in
the eJrfral Zone and that Canal
Zone officials, in turn, had shown
interest and cooperation with the
Colon Firemen.
The Diploma of Honor was a-
warded to Cotton and Joyner as
the Colon Fire Department's per permanent
manent permanent and sincere recognition of
the cooperation and friendship al
ways shown the department by
the two men in their respective
positions.
Miami Cops Ready
For Sunday Bout
With Cuban Clan
MIAMI, July 23 (UPI) Law en
forcement officers were making
nrenarations today for almos!
anvthine" Sunday when this city's
Cuban population will observe the
"26th of July" anniversary of Fi
del Castro's revolution.
Police Chief Walter E. Headley
said he had confidential informa information
tion information that Castro supporters plan planned
ned planned to toss Molotov cocktails at
backers of misted premier Fulgen Fulgen-cio
cio Fulgen-cio Batista.
There were reports tht "hund "hundreds"
reds" "hundreds" of police carrying tear
gas weapons and shotguns will
patrol the streets in prowl ears.
"We must be prepared for al almost
most almost anything," Headley said.
However, Cuban Consul-General
Alonso Hidalgo returned here yes yesterday
terday yesterday to facr charges of inciting
a riot and promised there will be
no demonstrations by Castro fol followers.
lowers. followers. "I can't guarantee what other
groups will do," Hidalgo siid,
"but no one belonging to the Cas Castro
tro Castro side will do anything here.
They will all he in Havana."
Hidalgo was beaten in a July 4
melee between Cuban factions !n
front of the home of Rolando Mas Mas-ferrer,
ferrer, Mas-ferrer, a top Castro enemy. He
'nd tourist commissioner Rafael
Faldes were charged with Inciting
a riot.
Record High
The nurchasing power of these
workers declined sliehtlv in June.
but it was still 7 per cent higher
than S year ago.
Pice rises in June included
housing costs, up one-tenth of one
per cent, because of higher pri prices
ces prices for furniture, gas and elec
tricity, rent and household opera
tion.
Used car and gasoline prices
were higher, but new automobile
onces declined silently
The cost of medical care, read
ing and recreation, and personal
care also were higher. Some food
prices were lower. These included
eggs, eoffee, dairy products, c
reals, and bakery products.

Panamas DA
Seeks Pardon
For Invaders
District Attorney Dario San
doval is of the opinion that
five Cubans and Panamanian
Jose E. Plcans should also be
pardoned also like the rest of
the Cubans who participated in
last April's short-lived invasion.
The opinion was expressed in
a brief submitted by the district
attorney today to the Fifth Cir
cuit Court.
Sandoval said that even
though they did not surrender
with the bulk of the invaders
at Nombre de Dios on May 1,
the six men should also be
included In the pardon, be because
cause because they had already aban abandoned
doned abandoned the main group when
the surrender was agreed
upon.
Sandoval also expressed the
opinion that attorney Anibal
Illueca, in whose home an arms
cache had been found, should
only be charged with illegal
possession of firearms, because
there is no evidence linking
him with the revolutionary out outbreaks
breaks outbreaks of last April.
Sandoval handed down his
opinion in a lengthy brief which
was released to the press to today.
day. today. Canal Zone Cancer
ittce Pays
r" la '111' Sril 11111
The Canal Zone Cancer Com Committee
mittee Committee paid medical bills total totaling
ing totaling $4630 during the three
months ending July 17, com committee
mittee committee treasurer Joseph C. Tur Turner
ner Turner reported this week;
During the same period, Tur Turner
ner Turner reported during the com committee's
mittee's committee's quarterly meeting, the
committee had cash receipts of
$3520, including a check from
the United Fund for $3029.
He said the committee's cash
balance, not including a $3148
payment to the American Can Cancer
cer Cancer Society, was $26,570.
The committee turns over 30
percent of its gross receipts to
the ACS of which 25 percent is
earmarked exclusively lor Can Cancer
cer Cancer research. The remainder of
the committee's funds pay for
materials used to educate the
public as to the dangers of
cancer, educate local doctors as
to the latest cancer diagnostl
and fighting techniques, and
for paying local cancer bills.
Dr. Eric Osterberg: chairman
of the local committee's service
subcomimttee, reported 14 pa
tients hospitalized locally re
ceived $1878 in aid during the
quarter. The remain d e r of
funds expended during the
quarter by the committee went
to persons receiving out-patient
cancer treatment.
The chairman of the educa
tion subcommittee, Dr. Eugene
Shirokov, reported a study is
being made on the possibility
of establishing a traveling skin
cancer detection clinic in the
Zone.
In answer to public requests,
the committee said that dona
tions should be mailed to: exe executive
cutive executive chairman, Canal Zone
Cancer Committee, Post Office
Box 3025, Cristobal, CZ.
One-Sided Action
Will Not Solve
Berlin Crisis-West
GENEVA. July 23 (UPI)- The
West told Russia today that West
ern rights in Berlin cannot be wip-
ed out Dy one-siaea aoviei u,
British Foreign Secretary selwyn
Lloyd opened the 23rd plenary
session of the Big Four foreign
ministers' conference here with a
stiff reply to Soviet Foreign Min Minister
ister Minister Andrei Gromyko's promise
yesterday that Russia would re refrain
frain refrain from one-sided action for the
duration of a Berlin truce.
Lloyd said it must be clearly
understood that the West's right
to remain in West Berlin cannot
he denied by any action taken by
Russia alone presumably mean meaning
ing meaning the conclusion of a separate
peace with Communist East Ger Germany.
many. Germany. The British official also reject rejected
ed rejected Russia's demand for the for formation
mation formation of an ill-German commit committee
tee committee on which East and West Ger Germany
many Germany would have equal representation.

.Jotter

I Could Train
18-Year-0ld Boys
To Do Your Job'
Up along with Johansson vs. Patterson and Moore vs,
Durelle put Potter vs. Pilots.
Gov. William E. Potter and the Panama Canal pilots
are slamming through a slugfest which, well promoted,
would draw a gate well worth splitting 50-50.
Yesterday the. $12,000-plus pilots brusquely tossed
back to Potter a $250 yearly pay raise they had earlier
labelled insulting. They declared the Canal is in greater
need of 68 cents daily than is any pilot.
But the raise will be in their future paychecks any anyway.
way. anyway. "If the pilots don't want it they can pass it on to the

i reasury uepartment s conscience fund, one Canal of-

nciai suggested iinofficially today.
Potter, decording to pilot sources, had previously
told the pilots' representatives at one stormy session: "I
could get a bunch of 18-year-old boys and train them to
do your job'
InfluetttiaLWdshington officials are hearing Irom
the pilots' attorney William S. Tyson that pilot morale
is at an all-time low. This when Canal traffic, and the"
need for pilots' services, is at an all-time high.

Potter is underatood to be
standing fast against the pilots'
demands for pav iricreases.
a vi V'rtUftl UVUCi Hit UUUlO
contend their pay scale should
conform, to that prevailing for
the same class of worx State Stateside,
side, Stateside, Instead of being based on
other CZ pay rates.
Pilot spokesmen quote ports
and waterways Stateside and
elsewhere where pilots clear
$40,000 or more annually.
The Pilots Association reject
ed the $250 pay raise in the fol following
lowing following letter to Potter, signed
by association secretary John
M. Stuart:
"Inasmuch as the Panama
Canal Company feels that it
can afford no more for the
services of its pilots, it is ap
parent that thex Company is in
greater need than are the pilots
of the funds involved in the
announced 68 cents per day in increase,
crease, increase, and therefore the wage
increase is hereby rejected.
The membershin of this or
ganization concurs unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously with the statement of Capt
Longmore in his ralease to the
press that this was an insuit
to every pilot for his efforts
in your recent emergency.
"Our request for remunera remuneration
tion remuneration commensurate with the
true commercial value of the
services we render, rather
than having our wages coor coordinated
dinated coordinated with 'white collar'
workers, still stands.
"We feel most strongly that
if yjpur other US citizen em employes
ployes employes of the Company-Government
are entitled to States
rates of pay for similar work
that we are similarly so en entitled
titled entitled to US wage rates for du duties
ties duties similar to ours."
It is understood the pilots
have prepared a manifesto
hinting that many of them
will quit the' Canal and seek
better-paying work elsewhere
unless the adamant Potter
does more to meet their de demands.
mands. demands. These demands include:
An increase in the number
of pilots from 96 to 110. Pilots
say Potter has previously agreed
to this. The Canal Is presently
recruiting more pilot3.
A salary increase which
would make the pilot pay com
narable to that of a class A-3
shipmaster Stateside. This is
around $17,000 yearly.
The 25 percent differential
at present paid other VS Raters
A Donus ior laicmg super
ships through the Canal.
Totalled, these increases
wnnlH hrinc t.h( base nav of
Canal pilots with more than
seven and a half year3' service
to $20,000 or more.
It is understood unofficially
that with current heavy over overtime
time overtime earnings some pilots will
make that much this year
under the existing pay scales
WMi recent traffic jams
have not been attributable to
pilot shortages, the pilots insist
such shortages are inevitable in
the waterway's booming future
if the Canal authorities do not
meet the pilots' demands.
Challenrlnr official Balboa
Heights figures showing pilots
to be working an average of
from six to 11 hours overtime

weekly, a source. close to the
pilots said, today that manyr
of thent have been, working,
tofltsilinwtiipeakly.
year.
The long hctafsk lotreed hv th'

pilots during the recent traffic
ams are nothing new. tha
source claimed. V
Acknowledging that the Canil
is right now trying to strength
en the pilot force, the sourcs
said it would be two years be-
fore the new men were fully
qualified as regular pilots.
in tnese two years manv of
the present senior pilots would
retire or quit, and the nilot
position would therefore be; no
better. t.--.
At recent negotiations on
pilot reportedly told Potter: "Do
you realize that to come here I
quit a job making more than I
am now?"
Potter's answer is unrecorded.
However, the Governor is
quoted as having told a pi pilots'
lots' pilots' delegation: "You don't
look as if you are working too too-many
many too-many hours."
This did not sit well withj
the group which claims that
some of its members are list listed
ed listed on Potter's records as hav having
ing having worked more than 80
hours in some recent weeks.
Apparently one reason the
pilots are so determined in their
demands is that they see their
present long hours and the fre
quent cancelling of their dayi
off becoming a regular thing;
for at least two years. They say
that in view of this, something
must be done fast to make their
job more attractive by compari comparison
son comparison with other piloting and
maritime jobs.
Further more, some pilots
have reached the point whera whera-the
the whera-the tax cut on their overtime,
is so heavy that the extra,
money Is not so attractive as
the time off, or some fringe
benefits.
The pilots have little faith
In comparative wage scales as
emitted from Balboa Heights.
They claim different Informal
tion comes from the skippers
they ride the bridge with.
These skippers give them
chapter and verse of piloting
jobs in other ports which ars)
greatlv more lucrative than tha
Panama Canal job.
The fuming pilots don t maki
much mention of ports or wa
terways which are less lucra lucrative.
tive. lucrative. n
Sub Barbero
To Visit CZ
The Isthmus, barely recovered
from the visit of the Navy's nuo
lear submarine Sword fish,: wilt
have another ultra-modern-guest
when the guided-missile submarina
Barberr docka at Cristobal Sun Sunday',
day', Sunday', I
The Barbero is enroute .from
Norfolk, Va., and will continue to
Mazatlan, Mexico, after transiting
the Canal. She is 312 feet in length
with a 27 foot beam and displace
1526 tons.
Her commanding officer is Lt

Cdr. C. Dw Jr. The crew numbers
80 officers and men. 1

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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

5 The old boy got a knockout blow and was tied up for a week, but
31m beginning lo leel all right again. The msreury is soaring to
Jpround ICO tveiy afternoon, but not as bad as California. A letter
Sfronf Oakland say; it reaches near 105 most every day.
2 TWe gull breeze here helps some.
S Have plenty of Tipe figs and lines and never get tired of them.
1 have decided to let up on what little scribbling I do for a while
Jo see if it will keep my sight.
J A lot of thunder and no rain, and it's getting dry again.
g Thanks to the Hinkles for keeping me up on clippings. More
2when the sight gets better.
3 PP wriht-

jjjj THE TAXPAYER'S DOLLAR
3 "Why Fi;ht It" (Mail Box, July 19) insults the honesty on which
athe US government is founded. How can a supposedly patriotic
'jkmerican be so indifferent to allegations of wholesale, misuse of the
taxpayer's dollar? Anyone who discourages-; open investigation of
uch allegations must have something to hide himself.
j Does "Why'Fight It" approve of rutting into our already-limited
Siefense dollar by taking our most critical resource (manpower) and
Squandering it in th? form of personal servant? for the brass?
S Does he think if honest to take a man who j being paid by the
3axpayer to le.irn to defend his country, and train him onlv to "dog
frob?" Does "Whv Fight It" thing a dog robber would be of any use
Sn the front lines?"
g Perhapr "Why Fight It" has seen some "high and mighty senat senators'
ors' senators' Wee Ski-something" lolling about the Panama liners, riding and
Meing free ... in the China and linen shops of Colon ... and being
Janet by non-tin vehicles complete with flunkies. (Maybe this saves
Sths taxpayer money, as taxis and tips would go on the senators' ex ex-Sfcense
Sfcense ex-Sfcense account).
Does "Why Fight It's" resigned acceptance, of the conduct of
Ikuch congressman justify acceptance of equally questionable conduct
Son the part nt others who live on the taxpayer's dollar?
The modern trend is to "get it while it lasts." Why cannot be
Ihave a dolla' that is worth a dollar? Instead we have a mismanaged
Sfetjnething that is worth only about 50 cents. Perhaps this dwindling
Sfadllar has not worn smaller from use, but has been distorted by
iSmlsuse.
3 i Anv investigations or practical steps that would end any further
Wifetortion, and tnereby help stabilize the value of the .dollar, I believe
3to' be worthy and necessary.
i Premature Pete.
1

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Everv dav vou read that

records, that more ana more snips are transiting me uanai.
filets are tired and cannot get any leave time.
.!aw about the Canal seamen? Don't they deserve a raise
after spending twice as much time on the Canal than the Pilots?
it During the overhaul at Gatun Locks my gang, was called out
4ne Thursday at 11 pm. I left my home at 10J pm to check
fri at 11 o'clock.
f The ships was not ready to transit until 2 am Friday, reach-
figGatun Lake at.nl.am. The pilot, disembarked andi left us
board. We never got a lockage unttr8pm. A truck "trjolc us

ver the Trans-Isthmian Highway. I did not reach home until

0 am. These are things that

iime is Important to everybody except, it appears, tne ca ca-al
al ca-al seamen. We spend dreadful hours aboard ships for $7.20 a

trip with no overtime, no nignt differential, no compensation on
holidays. Can Gov. W. E. Potter look into these conditions and
have eome mercy on us?
3 j Then regarding our vacation. At present we are accumulat accumulating
ing accumulating one hour per trip, not to exceed lour hours per week. This
ifcepTesents eight hours leave. On receiving this leave we are
aid on a basis of $3.60 for every aay taken exceeding four days;
Jet if we take two days leave it has to be first a workday then
pon-workdays for us to get one-trip pay. There are instances
t;rten the two days we wish to take oif may be two workdays,
n;- such cases we" actually lose one trip from our checks. If we
ork -wo consecutive days we are paid two trips. This is the
Season canal seamen do not like to take' vacation unless they
Jin the National Lottery.
it, The average Canal seamen suffer from cold as he waits for
he delayed lockages. We are condemned to borim? hours on
aboard vessels, lying on wet manila ropes on cold steel decks, or
On. hot hatches.
!S ; We get no free hospitalization as do those who work on the
tug boat or ferry. When ships transit the Canal with high ex ex-filosives
filosives ex-filosives we get no extra compensation or bonus. I am toid the
Hot receives extra for taking ships with dangerous cargoes,
i Boatswains teach us safety on the Job. When they board a
essel they report to the pilot to find out his instructions. If
ny mishap occurs on board the vessel, the pilot calls the boat-
Iwain to the bridge to ask him why.
Boatswains also have a hard time with some stewards re re-arding
arding re-arding meal tickets. When they go to somes pilots about this
ney are chased from the bridge. When they return to the sea sea-len,
len, sea-len, they are cursed by hungry line-handlers. Instead of sym sym-lathizing
lathizing sym-lathizing with the boatswain they tell him he does not know to
pproach the pilot.
I read that pilots must have a certain amount of years of
xperience to take through the Canal ships such as supertankers,

id super ore carriers.

Why don t the Panama Canal Company Officials send us

form with all the pilots' names so that we can select those

i'ho are best In handling ships.

ve Know mem ny name ana nature, ana Known ineir skiii.

We would like the Governor

le Marine Director and Personnel Director to look into these

(nditions under which we are
Bur condition in the luture.

j ENGLAND 1 ffi J-VS
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I ($266 EACH)! t50-4
1 ; 4 W FRANCE r-'Y-pV--- r-A
I J 381,000 "fi. -- .-
($242 EACH) ;rfli
I X ITALY Nv
j V 314,000
j ($315 EACH) V
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1 -1 U.S. TOURISTS (Ov

HOW MANY, HOW MUCH-France will U the top tourist
mecca for Americans this year, followed byTEngland and Italjr
if Commerce Department figures for last seas6n hold steady.
Then a record 637 million stateside tourists spent an average
of $1,530 each in European travel ($655 for transatlantic fare).

iiuinuci in
lteWKAXcra8 amount spent by each

the Panama Canal Is breaking

happen to the canal seamen
We work wth these men daily.
of the Panama Canal Company,
working, and to try to improve
Balboa Canal Seamen
Msuora io iavonie counincs ana
traveler,,,,,,,,..

Ruarkous
Comments

By ROBERT C. RUARK
P ALAMOS, Spain I must
confess, that after donkey's
years in the writing dodge, I
.lave been off on the wrong
track. This thought occurs as 1
ruin what's left of my eyes on
a new book that comprises four
hundred thousand words of gal galley
ley galley proof.
To get this many clean words
in type I must have written
five million, at least. Certainly,
the necessary experience encom encompassed
passed encompassed 40 years, and the good
Lord only knows now much
reading time and awful trav travel.
el. travel. Nor would I, like to men! ion
the wear-and-tear on my liver.
Suffice that if you can lift this
hook, let alone read it, you can
qualify for the Olympics.
In the process of my present
birth pangs, I have encounter encountered,
ed, encountered, the perfect answer to writ writing.
ing. writing. It comes in 95 pages, is
written by som? sort of modern modern-time
time modern-time genius called Jack Douglas,
sells at $2.50, is published by
Dutton, and contains no wnt wnt-ine.
ine. wnt-ine. It is also high on the best bestseller
seller bestseller lists. It is called "Mj
Brother. Was an Only Child."
When I say it contains no
writing 1 am not kidding. Sam Sample
ple Sample page:
"Chapter 19. Every damn book
you pick up has a Chapter 19."
Nothing more.
"Chapter 26. Sunday. Shot the
Easter Runnv."
"Chapter 28. For Men Only.
Hold a lighted match behind
this page." f
"Chapter 29. What Every
Young Girl Should Know. Hold
a lighted match behind this
page."
"Chapter 47. Lord Chesterfield's
Last Letter to His Son. Dear
Junior. Get lost. Dad."
All these chapters occupy
whole pages.
I suppose in the half life that
America lives, glued to the TV
screen, that this comprises lite literature,
rature, literature, and Mr. Douglas, whom
T am grateful not to know, is a
fabulous character, since he has
moulded the national mor esvai
work for Jack Paar, Bob Hope,
Red Skelton, Jimmy Durante,
and George Gobel.
But if this way-out stuff Is
funny enough to warrant a best best-selling
selling best-selling $2.50 per wafer, I am
going back to George Ade. It
isn't a sight gag, it isn't a
spoken gag, and since nothing
very much is written at all,
the man is right about the ti title.
tle. title. I don't know about Douglas'
brother, but certainly this book
is an only child.
Recently, too, I have been
fascinated by a book, called
"Mine Enemy Grows Older," by
a TV-editor-author-artist ,t jr p eJ
named Alexander Kmg1, "'who could
qualify as a very good writer if
he could forget the work "dop "dopey,"
ey," "dopey," which hag-rides his copy.
King is current way up in
the best-sellers, as he gleefully
recounts how he has been sev several
eral several times a narcotics addict, an
arrested criminal, a con man
and a general bum. He also once
was an editor of Life Magazine,
and is certainly adept at gnaw gnawing
ing gnawing the fist that fed him.
He is rather proud that he
was only married four times,
and only jumped outside the
stable one? (he says) which
lends a curious morality to per perhaps
haps perhaps the most amoral book I
have read in years.
I cannot care much for his
subject matter, but the man
does write a salty prose remi
niscent of Ben Hecht of 30
Vpars sen anrt af toacf Viis
have worris

As a fellow who reads a lot l'1- Her 2rnom ls 24- local h"ir
I canpot quite follow America's i stylist. .Yale Burge, whose de de-tastes
tastes de-tastes in entertainment tncselee is final, is happy aqain.
days. Possibly one pays a pricetShe's a beauty in the Truuho
for normalcy Embassy, Washington. . JacK
I have never been a dope ad- Herbert assumes that Louisiana's

diet, or a lady drunk, or the
mistress of a feeble drunken
writer, or a drunken a c t o r' s
daughter..-
I have never been a lisping
homosexual from the Deep
South.
And I was brought up to
think that blank naner should
contain words not mere wispy
suggestions of wild ideas or re reverse
verse reverse cliches that Falstaff would
have scorned as unworthv.
Mostly I do not rare for the'
success of these excursions into
personal frailty or lack of in
ventiveness, any more than I
like the nasty wall-scrawlings of
female French juvenile delin delinquents
quents delinquents or the memoirs of gangs gangsters
ters gangsters who should have hit the
hot seat instead of public ac acclaim
claim acclaim as nrize fighters.
The delicate young angry per

sons of Europe, and the beatniks' springs of water."
of America, all combine to make' There is a new development in
mp sore. They bav. nothing to Palestine. In the region around
offer but noise, and In the case the Dead Sea land is baing re re-of
of re-of Jack Douglas, not even noise., claimed and made available for
Some of us weary profession-' farming. Deep down .beneath
ah resent the intrusion of ama-'the unpromising surface is a sub sub-teurs
teurs sub-teurs with nothing but flash and terranean level of fresh water,
filigrpp to peddle. And I can Wells have been sunk and the
vouch for one thing for sure. My water used for irrigation,
brother was not an only child. This is the same region of
which the prophet speaks. The

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MAN ABOUT TOWN
Shirley MacLaine and husband
Steve Parker will concince the
conclusion-jumpers when the star
attends his Japanese floor show
which debuts at the Vegas Fron
tier on the 16th. Parker spent o
ver a year in Tokyo readying it.
The Cuban Consulate is jittery.
Bomb threats via their phones.
.Linda Christian has lost her
fickle heart again. He is Spain's
leading matador, Antonio Ordo Ordonez.
nez. Ordonez. .They tell you not to be
surprised if the Glenn Fords (E-
leanor Powell) try it again. .Ca .Ca-ry
ry .Ca-ry Grant's barristers warned him
not to discuss Joe Hyams' svoo,-
000 lawsuit when he arrives this
week. The star could nave avoid avoided
ed avoided the mess with an apology. .
Tina Louise is the innocent by
stander in a married comic s
straying. .Sidney Chaplin and
Noe le Adams' insist they're not
seeretlyisealed. His famd father
and Paulette Goddard kept their
marriage sotto-vore for 6 years.
.Edd ("Rookie") Byrnes is
ending his comb to Kim Ellis,
TV terpsicorker. .Jack Webb's
ex-wife, Dorothy Towne, nas
tamed Mike Savage.
The tch-ichat is that Sammy
Davis, Jr's latest conquest is a
Boston socialite. .Roxy's com comic
ic comic Jerry Collins (with the Black
burn Twins) and his mate have
reached That Decision. .Bardot's
groom, Jacques Charner, will be
drafted into the French Army
for a year's hitch. .Julia Dr Dr-vas'
vas' Dr-vas' new Beaumeo (she changes
them fortnightly; was Cuba s Am
bassador to the Hague and Por Portugal
tugal Portugal before Castro took over.
He s now an interne at Lincoln
Hospital, the Bronx. .Phyllis
;Lnener (of the Theater Guild
il.aneners) has wed for the 4th
DAILY
MLD1TATI0N
Presented by tha Dapartmant
of Christian Education of tha
Episcocal Church In tho Mii Mii-tionary
tionary Mii-tionary Diocasa of tho Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zona.)
DEEP WELLS
"For in tha wilderness shall
waters break out, and streams
in th. desert. And th, parched
ground ground shall become a
tool, and tha thirsty I'nd
j miracle which he predicts in to
days pasagp has come true li literally.
terally. literally. For how many centuries
have these desert tracts remain remained
ed remained barren and lifeless and all
the while the water was thert
waiting to be used?
It is a parable of the human
soul. Our lives are desert landi.
All th time there were untapped
springs waiting to remake them
Into something beautiful.
It took a man of daring and in insight
sight insight to dig thes; wells and
bring forth water. The biblicil
prophets were just such men.
Phey have broken open for us
the channels to God. As we read
ind study their messages those
'neient promises cn come true
for our age as well.

'The Workers Are Traitors
'All Capitalists"

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new slogan will be: "The Land
if the Balmy Climate."
Toots Shor may desert New New-York
York New-York for San Francisco, where
Horace Stoneham (boss of the
Giants) is urging him to bu;UI
the new Toots Shor's. ."Dusty"
Miller, ex-model, and her rich
spouse plan to make the splitua splitua-ion
ion splitua-ion permanent. .Selene Walters
will be the new femme lead in
the "Texan" series opposite Ro Ro-ry
ry Ro-ry Calhoun. .Admiral Strauss'
friends say Sen. Anderson fought
his nomination because when
Strauss was Atomic Energy chief
he wouldn't let him see top se secret
cret secret H-Bomb data. .Jan Cha Cha-ney,
ney, Cha-ney, understudy to Gwen Verdon
at "Redhead," married CBS exec
Ronny Liss the other week-end.
. .Geraldine Binder, cnosen
"Miss N. J." for the "Miss Uni Universe"
verse" Universe" contest, was eliminated
in early trials in previous Jer
sey contests. ,"For Two Cents8
Plain," by Harry Golden, autnor
of "Only in America," made the
best-seller list of the Herald
Trib. 15 days before plucation
date. Book shops broke the re
lease date. .Aly Khan's lates'
date is a Paris model, whose
husband is narrow-minded.
What was the Elaine S'rUch
and Lorri Scott blowup about at
P. J. Clarke's?. .Hidegarde's
new $10,000 diamond bracelet
came from Don Toomey, found founder
er founder of Cinema-Races. . .Actress
Diana van der Vlis' Dre-break-fast
exercises in her 6th floor a a-partment
partment a-partment (Royal York) have
peening-toms across the way de de-ir't
ir't de-ir't ... Tv. '"-""
ruling on songw ters' performing
rights is expected to bring hnn hnn-ASCAP
ASCAP hnn-ASCAP fold. .Hal Eaton of he
Newhouse paperr is at Mt. Sinai
for surgery. .Sallie Gracie, now
filming rhe i
(with Brando and Magnani
here), married Ted Ba'es Acen Acen-cy
cy Acen-cy exec Chas. Kebbe. She's Rod
Steiger's ex. .Th late "Super "Superman's"
man's" "Superman's" fiancee Lenore Lemmon
was at Ratta7.7.i's revealing All
to AP's Cynthia Lowry.
Debbie Reynolds' crowd is con convinced
vinced convinced Harry Karl (ex-groom of
Marie McDonald) leads the field.
Her mother approves. . .Betty
Cannon, of the towel clan, and
ex-husband Wm. Walker (Jimmy
Walker's kinsman) played footsv
at the .ndleton. as though
they'd never been divorced. .
Bonde actress Louise Hoff, an
Indiana girl, weds Beverly Orf
Hustcd July 22nd at Sloan Simp Simpson's
son's Simpson's Bucks County home. .Ex .Ex-Dodgers
Dodgers .Ex-Dodgers star Roy Campanella's
son David won a contract from
MAAna:nM t lll.U... 1m
a It-VIHUIIIK mm. .irnnciB ii
midtown spots are quaking. In
tcrnal Ttpvpnnp had them down-
j : i u kj t?
lllWn III lIUIItllCB. t-ACC JU-
ert Haag and top model Berna-
. .Creditors will doom two of the
town's new bistros. .John Fox
o' Boston (chief witness against
Bernard Goldfine in th Sher Sherman
man Sherman Adams rase) allegedly push pushed
ed pushed the matter thai has Wall
S'reeter Lowell Birrell wanted by
the d.a.
Gov. Rockefeller's estima'ed
Slate Tax legislation has deal a
mi-jhty blow to theatrical o'ficeg
and personal mgrs. They've been
hit with orders to pay taxes as
unincorporated misiness. retroac retroactive
tive retroactive to 1953. .Mrs. Johnny John Johnston,
ston, Johnston, itemed in most columns
with o(her lads, reports she is
not yet separated. It's a Baby
Girl, their 2nd, for the Wm. An Andersons
dersons Andersons at Lenox Hill. Mother is
TV writer Edan Brent. .Novel .Novelist
ist .Novelist Grace Metalious ("Peyton
Place") and her husband recon reconciled
ciled reconciled again. .The Cliff Ferrea
(he wrote the hit song, "Money
Tree") expect another image in
Sept. .Wealthy Robert E. Olson
(of San Antonio) sold half of his
Motaloy Corporation (gasoline ad additive)
ditive) additive) to his new pater-in-law,

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New York
Andrew C. Meyer. The latter
was wed to the late Peggy
loyce, who introduced him to his
present wife. .New Cafe Socie Society
ty Society fad: A martini with a drop of
Arpege.
f
Rhonda Fleming's Beaumeos
(since her recent decree) in include
clude include Linden Clark of the thread
mint. .Joan Collins' field of fa favorites
vorites favorites has a new entry: Yale
Wexler. .Lily St. Cyr, star strip strip-teuse,
teuse, strip-teuse, is being urged to reconcile
with Ted Jordan, whose Torch' is'
Tall. But she says she will not
stop the divorce suit. ."The
Winchell File" Desilu series is
being dubbed in Spanish. It is
now showing in Japan, Hawaii
and the Phiilipines besides U. S.
channels. .It's twinfan's for the
film writers Frank Gilroys...The
swank Colony re-opens on the
80th. .The Andy Careys of the
Yankees expect another tot. Mrs.
Carey is the former Lucy Mar Marlowe
lowe Marlowe of H'wood. .Bcbo Juarez,
in the courts mith her estranged
mate, inherits 5 million when
she's 25. Until then she must
struggle along on $22,000 a year.
. .The gag around towu is: Now
that Johannson beat Patterson,
Sammy Davis, Jr., is going to
turn Swedish.
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u you also dig into ;the ties
of various jjovernment'iJBria(us
you will find that a total of -85
officials of the giant telephone
company have served inside the
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House Judiciary Cnmmiftpa h
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plete complete monopoly ... on supplying
the links between radio and TV
network broadcasting is so ex expensive.
pensive. expensive. The telephone compa
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stations what it pleases and al although
though although technically the FCC can
regulate this, it has made n.i rf.
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8963 of the Federal CommuhU-a-
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8963 has; gathered dus.. Thurt
has teen no investigation.
D Uhnr Bart nt that rim tha
ehairrnarj of the FCC wai;Jeorge
MeConnauehev whn nnra rirouf
one-third f big legal fees from
the Ohio Bell Telephone Compa--wholly-owned,
wbsidiary oi
A.T.-andX,';Even nc the re retirement
tirement retirement of chairman McCoa McCoa-naughey,
naughey, McCoa-naughey, however, Docker No.
8963 continues to gather dust.
Meanwhile the telephone com company
pany company even charges TV stations
an "expediting fee" for, hooking
up a transmission line. This fee
can range from $3500 to $17,000
merely for installing transmission
service at a reasonably arly
date.
This is part of the story of
the biggest untouchable in Wash Washingtonthe
ingtonthe Washingtonthe telephone confbine.
One difficulty is that govern
ment regulation is too cumber cumbersome
some cumbersome and the telephone monooo monooo-ly
ly monooo-ly experts in the Justice De De-partment
partment De-partment maintain that the wily
wy to regulate A.T. and T. is
by competition, forcing it to
lease its jatens to other com companies.
panies. companies. t' In the interim No. 1 ''untouch ''untouchable"
able" ''untouchable" has ;.sets of nearly six sixteen
teen sixteen billion dollars and is 10
Jlimes as big as the -.next big biggest
gest biggest utility, Pacific Gas and 1 1-Iectric.
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JOHN M. SANDERS, Exalted Ruler of Cristobal Elk's Lodge No.
1542, present Miss Margarite Engelke with a $100 Saving Bond
awarded by the Elks Grand Lodge In recognition of her outstanding
youth leadership qualities. Miss Engelke won her award from hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of Stateside candidates.

Four Hegro Boys t
Confess Abusing

12-Ycar-OId Vhile
wniTSTftN TM.'-fOTn Four

Negro boys ranging to age from

13 to 17 coniessea waay uiv
sexuaUy abused a 12-year old
white boy and locked wm in an
old icebox td suffocate.

Homicide Capt. .wewon wiycon
k. nr 4mnlliited another

Negro to -.the brutal murder r of

William M. Hoaenneimei iii,
whose body was found Tuesday
.nniy incM th closed icebox

to an old bandoned snack.

All five of the youtns were in
custody earW today. One of them,
a 13-year-old. said thev pulled "a
white boy-att- bis bicycle" late

Monday ana lorcea mm mio me
shack. He aald he stood guard out outside
side outside "'whil Were was an awful
rumpus inside."
. An itttnniv revealed that young

Bodenheimer was sexually, at attacked
tacked attacked followin? a struff?le.

His nude body was rouna oy
ui. nnio TiibmIsv "mnmlntT stuf

fed Into an icebox In an aban

doned shed.
The pathologist said there was
"evidence that the boy had been
strupgling."
Police Juvenile Capt. Joe For-
tnn !H tfiA rhild WIS still alive

when h was out in the icebox.

His bathing suit and mue Jeans

were found m front, oi toe

FINED FOR DRUNKINISS
LONDON (UPI) -British Mu Museum
seum Museum of Natural History officii
Peter PUrves was fined $42 for
drunkenness yesterday despite

his plea that what got him
boiled wasn't the beer drank but
fumes he inhaled while "boiling

down whale bones."

Iraqi Government Reports
All Quiet On Kirkuk Front

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BEIRUT, Lebanon (UPI) The
Iraqi government announced on
today that "ttie situation has
returned to normal" in the revolt revolt-torn
torn revolt-torn Kirkuk district of northern
Iraq. It said an investigating
committee was making an on-the
probe of the week-long Cdmmu-nist-inspired
uprising.
The announcement was made to
a reclamation issued by the mil military
itary military governor general, Maj. Gen.
Ahmad El-Abdi, and broadcast by
Baghdad Radio.
It urged all citizens who left
their homes because of the recent
Incidents" 'to return and give

testimony before a special Inves Investigating
tigating Investigating eommittee bow sitting in
Kirkuk.
BaeSW3CBa ty?iced
that Maj. Mostafa Sulayman, ne
commander of the Kirkuk regi regiment,
ment, regiment, "has expressed his loyalty
to Iraqi Premier Abdel Karim
Kassem.
The proclamation' was broad broadcast
cast broadcast shortly after the United Arab
Republic's middle East News
Agency carried a report that the
battle between Communists and
Nationalists in northern Iraq was
still in progress and that fighting
had spread to Bagbdad.
The Iraqi proclamation, as
broadcast by .Baghdad Radio,
said: ,.,-;"'
"In view of the fact that the
situation in Kirkuk has calmed
down and the situation has re returned
turned returned to normal, we hope that
the citizens of Kirkuk who-left
their homes because of the recent
Incidents will return to their
homes to give their testimony to
the special investigation c6mmit
tee now there to help the author authorities
ities authorities concerned to carry out their
duties for the general interest of
the publicsr.
A Middle' East News Agency
report had said earlier that "dis "disturbances
turbances "disturbances are .still aakinj. place
to most Iraqi towns. 'v-;..
The Mena, semf official' IT. A.

R. Agency, repeated its claim of
Tuesday that SSfcjpersons had died
in the Kirkuk fighting. It reported

that "several persons were
wounded" in a clash in Baghdad

itself between Communists and
Nationalists but gave no date for
the incident.
(In London, diplomatic sources

discounted reports of new or con
tinued fighting in Iraq.
(A British foreign office spokes

man said the latest information

received from the British Em

bassy in Baghdad, dispatched two
days ago, said "all was calm" in

both Baghdad and Kirkuk.)

ST. CHRISTOPHER'S
Parqu Ltfavrt
Special preacher at the closing
service of this year's observance
of the patronal festival of St. Chris Christopher's
topher's Christopher's Episcopal Church, Parque
Lefevre, Sunday will be the Very
Rev. Mainert J. Peterson, Dean
of the Cathedral of St. Luke, l
i The day will beging with a cele celebration
bration celebration of the Holy Communion at
6 a.m. followed by sung service' at
7.30 a.m. at which all organfea-

CZECH IMPRISONED
V VIENNA (UPI) A Communist
court in Brno, Czechoslovakia,
has sentenced Czech land-owner
Jan Derka to five years in prison
for:"anti-state activities," Czech
newspaper reports said. The press
report said Derka, of Sv a ben ben-ice,
ice, ben-ice, Moravia, had hidden western
"anti-Communist leaflets" in his
house and hoarded ammunition.

tions of the church will make their
corporate communion.
At 10.30 a.m. morning prayer
and Church School classes will be
conducted, with Baptisms at noon.
The closing service will get un underway
derway underway at 6.30 p.m.

COUPLE CRUSHED
SYDNEY, Australia (UPI) -George
H. Taylor, 53, and n 1 s
wife, Charlotte, were crushed to
death in their sleep early yester yesterday
day yesterday when a 60-foot g u m t r e
crashed on their house in subur suburban
ban suburban north Narabeen. Five chil children
dren children sleeping to a nearby room
escaped injury.

KIDNEYSmust
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through million of tiny delicate tube
or filters In the kidneys. When ferine
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tate Irritate the bladder, making you suffer
from the discomforts resulting from
these infections, then you feel old,
tired, nervous and depressed, Try
Cystex and get effective relief from
these ailments. Cystex combats
ferms, cleans out excess acids from
Idneys and bladder and soothes irri irritated
tated irritated tissues. Ask for Cystex from
your druggist today and see how
much better and happier you will feel
agaia. 0t Cystex from your drugglat.

3-Day Chinese Fair

To Raise Fuils For

Recreation lenrcr

"One weekend to China," a three,
day fair sponsored by the Chinese

Women i League in rauaiui, w"
be held Friday, July 31, through

Sunday, August 2, at ma t,ninese
Club on Balboa Avenue.
tv,. oir Vipinir held to raise

funds for building a children's edu edu-tation
tation edu-tation and recreation center. The
weekend festivities will include a

Chinese art exhibit and a display
of ancient porcelain, jade, ivory
and needlework. Imported Chinese
merchandise will also be on sale,
and Chinese dinner will be prepar prepared
ed prepared andterved by the new Gran
China restaurant. ;
Door-' prizes will also be award awarded
ed awarded each night. The prize for Fri Friday
day Friday will be a I modern washing
machine; a hi-fi console on, Saturday-
and a Singer sewing machine
on Sunday.
The fair will start at 6 p.m Fri Friday
day Friday and Saturday and at 3 p.m.
on Sunday. Tickets -cost $1 ; and
will be available at the door,
t-t
A HACK MAPPED OUT

Gay Crooners
To Present Shows

At Three Theaters

A staee show,efttitted "Calypso"

will be presented by the Gay
Crooners at three Canal Zone loc

al-rate theaters next month, it was
announced today.

The first presentation is sched

uled for Aug. 4 at the Gamboa
Theater. Other shows will be on
Aug. 5 at Paraiso and Aug. 6 at

Camp Bierd,

The cast Includes Lord Cobra.

Lady Trixie, the Teen Cryslers ca

lypso band. Jacko and Jocko. Lit

tle Dee and her calypso dancers,

tne Diana sisters, Leroy Worrell
anoV;ottiers with Yieent Ford and
the Glen Gate combo as accompa accompanists.
nists. accompanists. The show will, be preceded with
the moy ie ''Desperate Hours",
which will begin at 5.30 p.m. on
the three days.

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volving involving an attack against the Hod

China mainland.' Officials said' in

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for emptying his wastebasket cut
of his apartment window. The
content! of the basket including
cigarette butts and dead flowers flowers-came
came flowers-came down on the head of a pas passing
sing passing policeman.

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c.

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GROUP No. I
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Reg.
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GROUP No. 2 Reg.
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GROUP No. 3 Reg.
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Assorted Fabrics including stripes,
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White and colors
BLUE JEANS
13 oz. First Quality
SPORT "T" SHIRTS
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PAMAM4 AMERICAS A IHTUtPtrTPIJlT SAttT tntWlf iff
THURSDAY, JTJLT W, 1851

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fcL SALVADOR'S AMBASSADOR AND MRS, MORALES
fcO e FETED AT DESPEDIDA SATURDAY EVENING
Nicaragua' Ambassador to Panama Dr. Mariano Barreto Por
locarrero and Mrs. Portocarrero will entertain at their residence
Saturday evening in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Alberto Morales
Dr. Morales, who has served here as El Salvador's Ambassador
to Pfcnama, has been transferred by his government.

Irltith Aid Society
Plans Cocktail Party
Invitations have been forward-
Sld to members of the British Aid
Society for a cocktail party Fri Fri-ay
ay Fri-ay evening, July 31, at 6:30 a.m.
he party will be held at the
olf Heights residence of Robin
arquharson. First Secretary of
ic British Embassy, and Mrs.
arquharson.
Members and friends who plan
to attend are asked to notify Mrs.
June Lee, Panama 3-5717.
Rainbow Girls Plan
tard jParty Friday
Members of Balboa Assembly
fine, Order of Rainbow for Girls,
Will sponsor a card party tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening at 7:30 at tl.e Scot Scottish
tish Scottish Rite Temple in Balboa.
Table and door prizes will be
awarded, and refreshments will be
lerve. Tickets may be purchased
It the .door.
fcHmian Newcomers
teemed At Tea
- Mps. Elfie Hotzel entertained
t a tea yesterday afternoon at
her home in El Cangrejo to wel welcome
come welcome two newcomers to the Isth

! SPECIAL COURSE AT UNIVERSITY
A new intensive Spanish Course for English English-speaking
speaking English-speaking people at University of Panama has been
scheduled from July 23 to September 9. This gives
ah opportunity to all students already calling for en.
rolment. Classes on Monday, Wednesday and Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Beginners: 5:30; Intermediate: 6:30; Advanc.
ed: 7:30 p.m. Credits will be given for this course.
Registration at Secretary's Office (top building of
University).

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mus, Mrs. Christy Markus and
Adela Lepingwell, whose husbands
are associated with Goodyear of
Panama.
Mrs. Gretel Ranzingcr president
of the teg service. Besides the
honorees, guests included Mrs.
Helen Garrison. Mrs. Alice Bes Bes-tima,
tima, Bes-tima, Mrs. Eleanor Abbott, Mrs.
Edith Dean, Mrs. Marjorie Wood Woodruff.
ruff. Woodruff. Mrs. Betty ErWard Mrs. Pat
Mollin, Beverly Muller, Mrs. Ca Carol
rol Carol McLean, Mrs. Virginia Jude.
Mrs. Mary de la Guardia. Mrs.
Beverly Esielonis, Mrs. Mary
Raymondo, Mrs. Freida Baldwin
Mrs. Grace ftoach, Mrs. Imo Imo-gene
gene Imo-gene Dunn. Mrs. Camilla Sever Sever-ens,
ens, Sever-ens, Mrs Mary de Parrdes. Mrs.
Grace Mong Mrs. Doti McFad McFad-den,
den, McFad-den, Mrs. Doris Patton.
Visiting Ambassador
Honored At Dinner
Panama's Ambassador to the
Holy See and Mrs. Adolfo Arias
were guests of honor at a dinner
party given last evening by Mr.
and Mrs. Jose Antonio Riba at
their residence.
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Mis Madura Graduates
From Skidmore College
Announcement has been received
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freder Frederick
ick Frederick Maduro of Panama City, from
Skidmore College at Saratoga
Springs, N. Y.
Miss Maduro received a ba bachelor
chelor bachelor of science degree, with a
major in art She has been art
and photography for the student
magazine Folio and photography
editor for the Skidmore News
campus newspaper.
'CONTINUED (: PAGE FIVE)
Meetings
JWB Batea Class
Arthur Mokray's batea painting
class will convene at 7:30 this eve evening
ning evening at the Balboa USO-JWB on
La Boca Road. The instructions
have been arranged so that in interested
terested interested persons may join the
class at any Thursday evening
session. The public is invited to
participate.
Archeological Society
The Canal Zone Archeological
Society will meet this evening at
7:30 in the library of the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB in Balboa.
JWB Duplicate
Bridge Winners
Mrs. F Meyers and Mrs. T.
Luce claimed first places in the
weekly USO-JWB duplicate bridge
session Tuesday evening.
Tving for second and third
places were Mr. and Mrs. Nor Norman
man Norman Scadron, Mrs. Murray Klip Klip-per
per Klip-per and Mrs. Charles Zelenka,
and Mrs. and Mrs. T. S. Dunn
took fourth ph'.ce.
Gem, Mineral Society
The Canal Zone Gem and Min
eral Society will meet tomorrow
evening at 7:30 in the club build
ing in the Balboa pier area.
Roy Barrett of Albrook, pro program
gram program chairman, will display part
of his collection of petrified, a-
gamed wood collected locally.
Visitors are welcomed to at attend
tend attend the meeting.
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BEATRICE B. SEARS, chief of the requisition and returnee section,
Adjutant General's Office, U.S. Army Caribbean, receives from Coi.
C. A. Beall Jr., a Department of the Army Suggestion Award. Beall
is UNSARCARIB adjutant geQeral. Mrs. Sears, who has been an em employee
ployee employee of the Adjutant General's section for the past 15 years, ini initiated
tiated initiated a suggestion that changed the method of publishing travel or orders
ders orders from letter to special orders, which resulted in a monetary
savings to the Army. This is the second suggestion award to be ap approved
proved approved for Mrs. Sears so far this year. She lives in Balboa with her
husband, a Pan Canal employe and four sons.
(US Army Phote)

YieMaMePai&it

This morning my husband Is es especially
pecially especially nice to me. Then a neigh neighbor
bor neighbor who drops in tells me I'm
looking well. Later I get a let letter
ter letter from my mother saying t:iat
the brother-in-law she's always
comparing unfavorably with my
husband has lost his job.
I feel good. I feel that life isn't
treating me so badly after all.
So when Terry asks permission
to have a friend to supper, i say
"Yes."
But the day after tomorrow my
husband will be cranky. My oeau-
ty parlor operator will ask me if
I m putting on weignt. My sister
will Write that her paragon of a
husband is going to start his own
firm.
I'll feel discouraged about my
life. So when Terry -asks if he
can give a friend some cookies,
I'll snap, "No! Do you think I
can afford to feed tha whole
neighborhood?"
1 am an Inconsistent parent,
a parent' whose -treatment of her
child varies with changes to ottter
people's treatment of her. With
no direction of my own I swing
like a weather vane from optim optimism
ism optimism to depression according to
what other people say o rdo
As a result, Terry may not be
able to develop any self-direction
either.
Because my treatment of him
able to trust his own judgment of
what I want. He won't be able
to say to himself, "My mother
allows this but doesn't allow that."

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Arid without this confidence he
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siarts feeling different."
To be thus cvnicallv exDloi'.ed
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Sometimes a parent whose in inconsistency
consistency inconsistency has taught a child to
exploit her can become aware of
this problem in herself. She my
suddenly register something false
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gratitude for some favor and
know she rlisllkea it.
! Or she may register the speed
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and realize that he's biding his
time until his dances are '.i.:.
And feel what ahe may have not
known she's been feeling all a a-long:
long: a-long: resentment at his exploita exploitation.
tion. exploitation. 1
This resentment can be the be beginning
ginning beginning of a healthy resistance to
her inconsistency.
FIRE INTIftRUPTS PROGRAM
HETHERSGILL, England (UPI)
Farmer Frank Beatty wai
watching a television program
yesterday about the work of the
farm fire service when his set
went dead. A fire fin his farm
cut off the electricity and des destroyed
troyed destroyed 400 bales of hay.
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It is perfectly all rieht tn swan
horses in mid-stream if your first
horse break a lee. nthirwc
you had best stay with him
mum's tour neart contract
looked reasonable ennutfh tn hint
He needed.eith.er the heart finest
or a successful guess for the jack
of clubs to insure it.
The deuce of spades opening
gave him another idea. He could
strip the hand of diamonds and
spades, play ace and another
trump and if trumps broke the
man with the lead would hav tn
play clubs for him. So South
won tne nrst spade in dummy
and led the deuce of diamonds.
East went up with the queen and
South had nil horse swapping
idea.
Obviously East held both the
king and queen of diamonds so
that the jack Cbuld be established
for a club discard. South lea the
queen of hearts and finessed.
East won with the king and
played king and another dia diamond.
mond. diamond. West ruffed and dummy
overruffed but there went the
club discard.
Now South had to try the club
guess himself. He pulled East's
last rump and led a club to his
king. West took the ace and shot
the suit back. South plaved
aummy s ten ana jsast s jaCK set
me nana.
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North East South West,
2 aY Pass ?
You, South, hold:
aNQSS MIAM
What do you do?
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rood support for row partner"!
two bid.
TODAT'g QUESTION
Your partner continue with a
bid of four spades. What do you
do now?
Answer Tomorrow
St. Christopher's
Continues 20th
Anniversary fete
Special sreiveei in observance of
the 20th anniversary of St. Chris Christopher's
topher's Christopher's Episcopal Church will con continue
tinue continue at 7:30 p.m. with the Ven.
Lemuel S. Shirley, Archdeacon of
Panama, as the preacher, tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, the Rev. Allen M. Stuhl of
Margarita will be heard.
Tonight it Is men's night and
tomorrow, choir and acolytes'
night.
All services begin at 7:80 p.m.
DAUGHffR DROWNS
BONN, Germany (UPI) Au Authorities
thorities Authorities today recovered the
body of Yung-Jya, 19-year-old
daughter of Won Yil Soh, Korean
ambassador to West Germany,
who drowned while swimming
Sunday.
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ACROSS
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B Astringent
Angeles,
California
i Algerian
seaport r
. $ "Good Queen
4 Colorado park
8 Every one
12 Mineral rocks a Vassals
IS Italian money Constellation
JIL? .m i intervening
U Without flavor t Most pleasing:
17 Animal doctor jp polish river-
' .iCOI I 11 Places
1 Beginning jg storehouses
18 Male geest 20 Greek letter
SICloy 22tiavo----28
Lamprey 24 Log float
2 ijegai maners jj city in
2 I UO DJ
Pennsylvania
29 Insects
32 Ascends
34 fathers
(Latin)
36 Best
37 Wipes out
38 Seethe
39 Always
41 Golf mound
26 Soft Jobs
28 Haste
42 Spanish hero
44 Eve's spouse ;
(Bib.)
46 Entertaining
49 Ancient Grei
valley
83 Household gi
84 Alps, for
instance
86 Individual
87 Level
88 Let fall
89 Worm
60 Forefather
81 Soap-makln,
frame
DOWN
1 Japanese
musical
Instrument
u.mu uui'ti nf burlesaue
family fame and E. M. Loew, own
er of tne Latin yuaner, r
been huddling over a deal that
may make Minsky a producer at
the big Brodway night club. An Another
other Another hot backstage rumor has
Larry Maldonade gouig in .as the
new cnoreogiapuci .
lip's pal, Mike Parker, has strung
competition tor tne anecuons ut
lovely heiress Nancy Oakes.
Antnr Ripharrl Greene is aiming
his dimples at her... Burt Lan
caster is tne oaas-on lavorun ior
the male lead in "Exodus" ...
Candy Jones' autobiography,, ten tentatively
tatively tentatively titled "I Brought My Own
Pillow," will tell in detail her side
of the troubles that ended with
the breakup of her marriage to
Harry Conover and all the un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant headlines., about the 1 r
modeling agency.
The big gab in Las Vegas re revolves
volves revolves around 'a showgirl at a top top-ranking
ranking top-ranking gambling spot who was
arrested on a narcotics charge.
She was pushing the stuff, not
selling it. New Yorkers would re recognize
cognize recognize her face and torso, if
not the name: she used to be part
of the floor show decor at a popu popular
lar popular cafe here... Van Heflin is apt
to win an Academy Award nomi nomination
nation nomination for his masterful perform performance
ance performance in "They Came to CofdUra,"
which also is remarkable for its
stunning scenery, including Tab
Hunter.
Dominican Republic military
fereel are blueprinting an inva invasion
sion invasion ot Haiti as t "defni mea measure"
sure" measure" against Fidel Cistre, who
plans to knockoff the Dominican
Republic from his bases In Cubs.
Nat King Cele has a winning disc
In "Night Flyer." It'll probably
b his best sallar since "Send for
Me' which was a million-copy
hit... Rita Hayworm't friends say
there are problems In her mar marriage
riage marriage to Jim HI. I, but she'll do
anything within her power to salve
tht-m she's se reluctant to chiik
up another failure In her domestic
life.
A singer working the Brooklyn
spots bills herself as Gypsy Rose
Levy . Blind pianist George
Shearing has learned to play bad badminton
minton badminton at his New Jersey estate.
He serves and even returns vol volleys
leys volleys by listening to directions
from his opponent.
Comedian Lennie Bruce did a
bit of recording on his own dur during
ing during his recent N. Y. appearance
and at least a few nf his fans can
count on appearing on one of his
future albums. It's supposed to be
t big secret, but he kept t a i r $
running for a whole evenm in
both the ladies' and the gentle gentlemen's
men's gentlemen's lounges, and those who've
heard them sty some of the con conversations
versations conversations are almost as funny as
the best Bruce routines . Eric
Johnston, famed as a movie czar,
is being touted as the next secre secretary
tary secretary of Commerce tne post the
Senate nixed for Admiral Lewis
Strauss.
There are now five singing
groups calling themselves the Ink
Spots. (That's a lot of blots!)...
Folk singer Josh White .settles his
$50,000 lawsuit with Mercury Re Records
cords Records out of court .. Actor Pat
Hlngle, who was so badly injured
in an elevator accident while he
was appearing in "J.B." is ex expected
pected expected to be well enough to re
sume his career dv tne ena of me
year He should ne out ot tne
wheelchair by fall.
Irrel Fly no is among the
writers whe would ilk to pon
barman Sllllngslty's life story.
At the moment, snerm s roe ousy
a all 4awn anal alletata his mem
oirs... Tha entertainment sen
should be fed w with", chaps
named Charles lent) hefere bliz-sard-time.
Television ,W 1 1 1 be
treated to a reminiscent spectacu spectacular
lar spectacular hAn ska tatav Char.Oa Mae-
Arthur, titled ''Hello, Charlie," at
about rhe same time &eerge Axel
rd will be unveiling his B.road
way play, "Goodbye, Charlie"...

Answer to Previous Punt

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46 Century planl
47 Supplies a
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.48 Yugoslav city
80 Mud'
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82 Vipers
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43 Silver coins
48 Honey drinks
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BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgalkn

One of the features of the Rus Russian
sian Russian exhibition at the Coliseum is
a shiny grand piano with key keyboard
board keyboard invitingly exposed, but if
you step up to play a few cords a
private cop chases you. Anyone
who's heard the instrument can
understand why the Commies
don't want the piano touched; its
tone is awful. (Makes vou wonder
if they were, complimenting Van
uiburn when they gave him that
prize. How can they tell good
fi-nm Karl nlnirinrt lltm, .liA'l
" 11 v. jip j Aug -u. wicjr uiuu i
know sounds?)
The rare nnneline nhrt anlimA
fixtures from the demolished Van Van-derbilt
derbilt Van-derbilt Mansion at 83rd and 5tii
Ave. have been captured by Col-
viae, Lia. rney u spilt tne to no
hoi polloi across the country will
Vind.UD with imnnlpt.At Vin,iir.
biltiana..: The hazards of open opening
ing opening a restaurant in Manhattan are
well illustrated by the serving
Staff at tha Ynnkpfj Rarp
where 17 former night spot bosss?
are toiling as waiters and cap captains
tains captains in the vast Empire Terrace
dining room... Alfred Hi'uicocn
has a money-green thumb even
omsme uie cinema world, riis new
parlor game is a best- selling
game.
Cavalry Baptist
To Hold Three-Day
Anniversary Fele
Plans have been conmleted hv
the members of the Calvary p
tist Church of Panama for a three three-day
day three-day celebration in commemora commemoration
tion commemoration at the 51st anniversary of the
church.
The celebration Is scheduled to
held Sunday, through Tuesday,
with the participation of outstand outstanding
ing outstanding clergymen of both sides of the
Isthmus will address the congre congregation.
gation. congregation. Three special services will ha
held Sunday:, 11 a.m., 3 o.m.. and
7:30 p.m. At the 3 o'clock service,
the guest preacher will be the Rev.
D. A. Morgan, pastor of the Be
thany Baptist Church of Rainbow
City.
On Monday, the special feature
is entitled: "The .Spoken Word."
The "first word" will be eiven
by the Ven. Archdeacon Lemuel
B. Shirley, Rector of St. Paul's
Episcopal Church.
The second word will be deliv delivered
ered delivered by Rev. Morgan, of the Be-
tnsny Bamist Church.
The "third word will be given
by the Rev. F. H. Walters, pastor
of the First Baptist Church.
The "fourth word" will be spok spoken
en spoken by the Rev. Sylvanus A. Scar Scar-Mt.
Mt. Scar-Mt. pastor of the First isthmian
Bsntist Church, Cristobal.
The "fifth word" will come from
the Rev. Clarence Hayes, priest-
In-charee' nf St.- Christopher's E E-phcooM
phcooM E-phcooM Church, Parone Lefevre.
The "lrth word" will be HeH.
ered by thn Rev. Eohraime 9. Al-nhr-sp.
rlcmiv uTerntep''(nt nf
Metrnrtit work here for the Brit British
ish British Conference.
A co'"'- f"vM "'lit "loo be nre nre-s"ited
s"ited nre-s"ited : M.rmd with hmri rend rend-ertflit
ertflit rend-ertflit aprjroririafe anthems,
On T"dav. hn fin"' Any, mem mem-brt
brt mem-brt of he church will be entert entert-oinari
oinari entert-oinari rfv a jHaniot rjrir"i
titled: "Vour Weight In Gold.'
,-nd sll mawiher tha riirh,
ere aiv.MM.tarf tn take n At the
bH r' r.rn"rm, a fellowship
tea will he served.
"ORAMMY" AWARD! NOV, 19
HOLLYWOOD (UPn -Th Na Na-ttniPi
ttniPi Na-ttniPi demy of Recording Arts
and Sciences announced today
that Its houMons "grammy"
swards nroferam honoring mem members
bers members of the recording Industry will
he televised in co'or Nov. 29 from
Hollywood and New York.



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A JOB WELL DONE Col. Arthur P. Hurr, AlbroolO Air Force
Base commander, presented a Commendation Medal to Lt. Dick N.
Riley, Management and Procedures Officer with the 5700th Material
Squadron, foi meritorious achievements during the period Oct. 1,
1957 to Aug. 11, 1058. The citation read in part: "By exercise of sound
judgement and ingenuity he devised forms not available through
normal supply." Riley has been assigned as Management and Pro Procedures
cedures Procedures Officer since September 1957. (Official USAF Photo)

Social and Otlt

erwide
Continued

John Smith Joint
Isthmian Toastmasters
John Smith was Inducted as a
new member at a meeting of the
Isthmian Toastmasters Club Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening at the Tivoli Guest
House.
Carl Wldell Was voted the "best
speaker of the evening, and Joe
Brigandi was cited as the mem member
ber member showing the most improve improvement.
ment. improvement. The evening's program fol followed
lowed followed a father-son theme.
The next meeting of the club
will be held August 4 at the Ti Tivoli.
voli. Tivoli. Further information concern concerning
ing concerning the Toastmaters may be ob obtained
tained obtained by calling Cdr. S. E. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Navy 2434.
Lecture On Hawaii
Given A tCultural Center
A lexture on Alaska, illustrat illustrated
ed illustrated with colored slides, was pre-
Potluck Supper,
Funny Hat Party
Set For Tomorrow
Three prizes will be awarded
for the funniest hat worn at a pot
luck supper and '.Funny Hat" .pan
ty tomorrovr night at' ther Jamai Jamaican
can Jamaican Society hall,'
This dual event U being spons sponsored
ored sponsored by the Woman's Auxiliary
Group No. 1 of St. Paul's Church
with the object of raising funds
for its activities and providing an
evening of entertainment.
Members of the auxiliary report
a brisk sale of tickets, and a
crowd is expected.
Music Appreciation
Class Continues
Tonight At
The monthly tJSO-JWB music
appreciation class meets at the
Armed Forces Service Center in
Balboa this evening at S p.m.
under the direction of Dr. Zaenka
Fischman..
The theme for this week's ses session
sion session is "Musical Styles", the lec lectures
tures lectures are given without charge to
music lovers of the Canal. Zone
and Pa n a m a. s Servicemen
and their families are particular particularly
ly particularly welcome.

sented by Dr. Gaston Litton Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening at the Panamanian
North American Association's Cul
tural Center in Panama City.
His presentation .was entitled

"Highway to the -; -forty-Ninth

State" ...

Aunt Ellen Club
Feles Anniversary
With Oriental Night
Arrangements have been made
by Aunt Allen Club for an "Omen "Omental
tal "Omental Night" with the serving of a
Chinese dinner at the Gran Orien Oriental
tal Oriental restaurant, Saturday night at
&
Other clubs have been invited,
and tickets may be obtained from
any member of the sponsoring
group.
This gathering will be in observ observance
ance observance of the 12th anniversary of
Aunt Ellen Club, which was or or-ganteed
ganteed or-ganteed for fostering handicraft
among the members and engag engaging
ing engaging in philanthropic work.
vAio, ncjt of .Mnksgiving, mem members
bers members will conclude the anniversary
observance by attending the 11

a.m. service Sunday at the Cnlva
ry Baptist Church.

Msn Blasls Wife
VIlh 12 Ga. Shofguri
In Marital Quarrel

BUFFALO, N. Y. (UPI) (UPI)-Charlea
Charlea (UPI)-Charlea L. Locklear, T, told po police
lice police today that - ha ihot and
killed hia 21-vear-old estranged

wife Tuesday night because she

demanded custody of their two

children. ;.

His wife. Betty, died in a hos

pital shortly after aha was struck

in ine neao oy m oiasi irum a i i-gauge
gauge i-gauge shotgun; Locklear was ar

rested a- few blocks from the
scene.

Police said the shooting occur

red when Locklear and his wife

met Tuesday niaht to talk over

their marital troubles.

Locklear told police hia wife

had been "running around" and

thev had Quarreled for months be

fore she left him for the second
time in June. Then Tuesday she
telephoned him. said she wanted

to discuss their marital problems

and came to tak to him Tuesday

night in the home of Mrs. Jean

Lenz, where he and one child had

been boarding.

The husband said ha became

enraged when Mrs. Locklear de

manded custody of both daughter

Darlene. 4. and Charleen. 2.

Locklear told police he crabbed

the shotgun from where he kept

it behind a living room door with

the, intention of frightening h I s
wife. The shooting followed, and
he said the next thing he remem

bered was the two rhildren "hold "holding
ing "holding me by the legs."

After leaving the house. Lock

lear tossed the shotgun into some
shrubbery Police said two shells
had been discharged from the

automatic shotgun.

Informed while beine Questioned

at headquarters that his wife had
died in the hospital, Locklear
wept.

Little League

Boys 5, Girls 1

The score was 5 to 1 at Coco
Solo Hospital, with five boy babies

and one gin born there during the
week that ended on July 15.

Mr. 'and Mrs. Charles Rollins,

of Colon, are the parents of tn".
girl baby.
Sons were born to So. 7 and
Mrs. Jonn Hedrick, of Fort -Gull;
Mr. and Mrs. Domingo Hinrk.

of Coco Solo; Mr. and Mrs. Pedw

Gondola, of Colon;, Mr. and Mrs.
Wilfred Anderson, of Rainbow Ci City;
ty; City; and to Mr. and Mrs. Oswald
Joseph, of Colon.
A total of 46 natieiits Were ad

mitted, and 58 patients were dis

charged, during the same period.

HOTEL PANAMONTE
Boquete
Announces it will close, starting August 1,
for the rainy season. The reopening date
will be announced later.
THE MANAGEMENT.

Humphrey Seeking

Summit Meeting
To Fight Cancer

WASHINGTON fUPI) Sen.

Hubert Humphrey (D-Mlnn.)

called today for a summit meet

ing" to organize an East-West

war against cancer.
Humphrey, who recently re

turned from a trip to Russia, said
he believed Soviet scientists can
contribute much to the conquest

of caflcer and that they "earnest "earnestly
ly "earnestly desire to do so."
Humphrey noted that t million
deaths a year result from cancer
almost equal the population of
West Berlin.

"If the major powers cannot

agree politically on Berlin," he

said, 'Let the. leaders of the ma major
jor major power,! at leSst agee, on
ing to sav4he livea-eacH-year
of as many people as live In
Berlin."

Humphrey issued his statement
along with a report by his Senate
subcommittee on reorganization
and international organizations en entitled
titled entitled "Cancer: A Worldwide Men Men-ace."
ace." Men-ace." Humphrey said the world iltua
tibn offers many clues to thl
cause of cancer that are not be being
ing being fo'lowed up. For example, he
said, the rate of breast cancer, is
much lower in Japan than in the
United States.
'No good detective passes up
important clues," he said. 'If we
knpw the answer as to why that
difference occurs, we might per perhaps
haps perhaps be able to save the lives of
thousands of American women."

Woman Held
For Murder
OfColfPrp
CANTON, N.Y. (UPI)-A 23-year-old
woman wa held for
grand jury action today on
a first degree murder charge in
the slaying of golf professional
Richard Smith,
Theresa de Francesco, in at attractive
tractive attractive brunette, waived examin examination
ation examination before acting Police Justice
James J. Crowley, The next coun county
ty county grand jury session is in Sep September.
tember. September. Smith, formerly of Binghamlon.
was found dead beside his car
near the St. Lawrence Golf and
Country Club. He had been ahot
once kvthe head and once ill the

Dlil'lllUCI
Mis de Francesco was picked
up the same day about 60 miles
away, while riding in a taxi to toward
ward toward Watertowti.

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Sox only 24 hours earlier, the ex ex-American
American ex-American League batting cham champion
pion champion pulled the Braves out of
their seven-gam losing streak
last night with two-run ninth ninth-inning
inning ninth-inning homer that produced a 5-4
victory over the Cincinnati Reds.
The win, the Braves first since
July 13, moved them back into
third place and also presented
Warren Spahn with hi, 12th vic victory
tory victory of the season and the 258tn
of his career Spahn went all the
way yielding nine hits and con contributing
tributing contributing a homer to Milwaukee s
seven-hit attack.
The San Francisco Giants, mean
while, .tbeJr N-L-
to IV2 games with a 6-1 vic.ory
over the St. Louis Cardinals while
the second-place Los Angeles Dod Dodgers
gers Dodgers bowed to the Chicago Cubs
7-2 The Philadelphia Phillies crush
ed the Pittsburgh Pirates, 11-4, in
the other game.
The Chicago Whit Sox took
over first place In the American
League by on game when they
shaded th Boston Red Sox, S-4
.nd the New York Yankeei down
d the Cleveland Indians, 8-5.
The Detroit Tigers beat the
Washington Senators, 6-2, and the
Kansas City A's downed the Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Orioles, 4-3.
Avila, playing his first N.L
game, had been retired or.ee and
receiyed three walks before he
went' to bat in the ninth. Pmch Pmch-Tiitter
Tiitter Pmch-Tiitter Stan Lopata had walked to
start the inning but Spahn failed
In an attempted sacrifce.
Avila's blow sailed over the left
field fence and tagged Jim 0 Toole
with his third loss. Two-run hom homers
ers homers by Willie Jones and Frank
Thomas produced Cincinnati s
Mike McCormick pitched a six six-hitter
hitter six-hitter for the Giants, who snapped
a three-game losing streak with
. nine-hit attack that included a
run-sxoring single and a homer by
Willie Kirkland. McCormick, who
struck out five batters en route
to his ninth triumph, carried a
shu'nut into the ninth when Hal
Smith's triple scored Alex Gram Grammas.
mas. Grammas. ,
Earl Averlll's grand slam hom homer
er homer was the big Wow as the Cubs
rtfuted Panny McDevitt with sev-
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nrunt in the second inning. Bob

inirtnn turner! in his sixth vic
tory, his third over the Dodgers,
striking out nine batters and a a-fivp
fivp a-fivp hits. A total of 21 bai
ters struckout during the game.
Dave Phuley drove in mree
runs and Ed Bouchee, Harry And
erson and Joe Lonneu Knocnej
in two eacn 10 ieaa me rmmc-
19 hit attack on Ron Kline and
three successors. Gene Conley
yielded 10 hits, including three
hv Rnherlo Clemente, but went
the distance for his eighth win.
The While Sox scored their 21st
one-run win of the year when
Sherman Lollar's ninth-i n n 1 n g
circle cnrerl Velson Fox with
the devisive run Fox led off the
ninth with a single and moved
to second on Jim Lanriis' sacri
fice.
Turk Lown won his sixth game
for the White Sox and Leo Kiely,
who pitched only to rox, suner suner-ed
ed suner-ed his third setback. Ted Williams
and pitcher Jerry Casale hit hom homers
ers homers for the Red Sox.
Th Yankees rallied from a
four-run deficit to deal fireball fireball-er
er fireball-er Herb Scor his lghth defeat
and give Duke Maas his eighth
win. Hector Lopez' two run
sixth inning homer ended Score's
shutout and the Yankees took
the lead in the seventh on a
two-run double by Bobby Rich Richardson
ardson Richardson and Elston Howard's
single.
Ryne Duren struck out four bat batters
ters batters and yielded two hits over the
last three innings. Jim Baxes
and Woodie Held homered for
Cleveland.
Frank I.arv won his 11th game
for Detroit with the help of Ray
Marleski's late-inning relief help.
Frank Boiling hit his seventh horn
er and Lary his first for the Tig Tigers
ers Tigers who moved past Washington
into fifth place.
Narleski, taking over after a
homer by Roy Sievers, a walk
to Jim Lemon and a double by
Faye Thronberry, retired six
straight batters.
Ray Herbert pitched a six-hitter
lor his fifth straight win and
ninth of the year for Kansas Ci City.
ty. City. Roger Maris had two his and
nlnt William homprerl for the
Athletics while Gene Woodling
accounted for all Baltimore's runs
with a sacrifice fly, a single and
a homer.
Examination To Be
Made To Find Out If
Craft's Heart OK
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) -Manger
Harry Craft of the Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Athletics undergoes
thorough examination today to see
if he suffered any damage to his
heart.
The 44-year-old Craft was taken
to Downtown Hospital Tuesday
suffering from overwork, fatigue
and a slight heart flareup.
There were earlier fears of a
coronary attack but late word
from the hospital indicated Craft
was suffering more from exhaus
tion than anything else. He was
reported in satisfactory condition
today and resting comfortably.
Coach Bob Swift filled in at
Craft's managerial spot.
"I wouldn't call it a coronary
or anything serious," Dr. D. M.
Nigro said. "The electrocardio electrocardiogram
gram electrocardiogram came back practically neg negative,
ative, negative, but he did have a little
flare ud."
"I think it was mostly due to
overwork and fatigue."
Dr. Nigro said, however, that
heart specialists, Dr. E. R. xNigro,
his son, and Dr. D. J. Cutcliff,
would examine Craft thoroughly
loaay.
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LEADING
HITTERS

(Based on 250 official at bits)
National League
AB
366
325
271
339
262
86
373
373
386
373
255
R H
65 132
51 111
38 92
71 113
32 86
309 100
63 120
64 118
75 120
53 114
43 78
Pet.
.3til
.344
.339
.333
.323
.324
.322
.316
.311
.306
.306
Aaron, Mil. 89
White, St. L. 88
Cham, St. L. 85
Robinson Cin. 91
Logan, Mil.
Gilliam, L.A.
Cepeda, S.F.
Temple, Cin.
Pinson, Cin.
Cimoli, St. L.
Stuart, Pitt.
American League
Kuenn, Det. 88
Fox, Chicago 92
Kaline. Det. 77
348 57
379 51
298 49
274 40
345 54
321 67
365 73
290 40
281 39
321 59
118 .339
126 .335
99 .332
91 .332
111 .322
98 .305
111 .304
87 .300
84 .299
95 .296
Wood., Bal.
Runnels, Bos
Jensen, Bos.
Power, Cle.
Kubek, N.Y.
Skowron N.Y. 73
Mantle, N.Y. 85
Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Robinson, Redi
Banks. Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Mathews, Bravei
Cepeda, Giants
87
86
77
70
69
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killcbrew, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox
Colavito, Indians
Maxwell, Tigers
Lemon, Senators
80
72
70
65
62
Home Runs ;
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
29
26
24
24
19
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Allison, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
Maxwell, Tigers
32
29
25
22
22
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on 12 or more decisions)
National League W L Pet.
Face, Pirates 14 0 1.000
Antonelli, Hants' 14 .5 .737
Law, Pirates 11 5 .68
Drysdale, Dodgers 12 6 .667
Newcombe, Reds 10 5 .667
American League
McLish, Indians
Shaw, White Sox
Wynn, .White Sox
Pappas, Orioles
Wilhelm, Orioles
Fisher, Senators
12
9
12
10
10
8
.800
.750
.667
.667
.667
.667
Best College Grid
Players To Begin
Training For Pros
CHICAGO (UPI)-College foot
ball's best players of 1958 draw
uniforms Thursday for opening
drills leading to the 26th annual
game against the champions of
the National Football League, this
year the Baltimore Colts.
A squad of 52 collegians wa ex expected
pected expected to report to head coach
Otto Graham at Northwestern
University to begin training for
the pro-college scrap on Aug. 14.
Graham tutored the 1958 college
team to an upset win last .August.
Thursday players will get room rooming
ing rooming assignments, go through the
usual physical examinations and
draw equipment, before the first
workout Friday morning.
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tier, president of Olva, hands a $50 personal check of Charles
L. Beeson, chairman of the board of the company, to Jim Riley,
president of the Panama Golf Association, to help In the junior
golf program for aending four boys up to the Jaycee Interna International
tional International Golf Tournament at Portsmouth, Virginia. The tourna tournament
ment tournament will be held Aug. 6, 7 and 8. The four boy winners of the
54-hole play will be sent to Miami by APA and from there go to
spend Golf Week In Virginia.

jyO $ C'A'Ra E R A L E Y

NEW YORK (UPI)-Russia has
1,000 competitors to every one
American oarticiDatins: ill Olym
pic type sports, the Bev. Bob
Richards said today, ana me
United States must produce a pro-
oRQm if "vast nstinnftl. masni
tude" to hold its plac in inter-
national atnietics.
"We are losing tha battle,"
Richards said. "Our men won last
weekend's dual meet with Russia
but the handwriting is on the
Richards, the two-time Olympic
pole vault champion ano mree
tim IT. S. decathlon kine. sue
t(et that the President's council
begin integrating community conv
mittees in a nation-wiae summer summertime
time summertime program winding up with a
mainr television sDectacular.
Preparing for another trip to
Russia to study their atnieuc sei-
un the vaulting vicar suggested
that the United States exchange
amateur athletes with the Soviet
just as students are exchanged.
Both countries, he asserted, would
gain much understanding ana
build good will.
ATLHETES ALWAYS FRIENDLY
"The athletes of the two coun countries
tries countries are always friendly," he
said. And they have tne utmost
respect for each other."
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The stocky, curly haired Rich Rich-arrU
arrU Rich-arrU ran understand the fierce na
tionalism of the Russians because
ha rponi-rti it. ail a matter of
sporting pride. Discounting ldeol-
ologies, tne muscular revereim
holds that "we must have faith
and we must believe in people.
Un a trip to itussia i saw lots
of had thine, ennuffh to write an
other book about," says the man
who recently authored a book
called "The Heart 01 a uiam uiam-pion."
pion." uiam-pion." "But when I start talking about
the good people I saw over there,
nobody wants to listen. I often
wonder whether it's become no no-bodv
bodv no-bodv wants to believe in humani
ty any more. We must have faith
in human relationships.
FAITH CONVERTED RICHARDS
It was faith which converted
Richards from a smoking, swear swearing
ing swearing youngster in Champaign, 111.,
into an international sports figure
and winner of the coveted Ssulii Ssulii-van
van Ssulii-van Award as the nation's out
standing amateur athlete. And it
was faith, he insists, which Una;
lv permitted him to become the
second man to surpass 15 feet in
the pole vault.
Cornelius Warmerdam was the
first and he did it 43 times be between
tween between 1940 and 1944.
For seven years, Warmerdam
alone held that distinction. And
Richards puld have been forgiv
en if he had permitted himself
to think that he would never
reach that magic mark. Because
no less than 36 times he worked
up to within a fraction of 15 feet,
and a number of times thought he
had cleared it only to find he was
barely short when the bar was
measured.
"But I had faith in myself,
just as I have faith in people,"
he recalls.
Finally, in the January, 1951,
Millrose Games at Madison
Square Garden, Richards at last
achieved his goal. Since then he
has cleared 15 feet an amazing
total of 126 times while winning
the last two Olympic pole vault vaulting
ing vaulting championships with record
I heights,
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LATIN AMERICA.
SCHOOL LEAGUE
Team Standings

W L
American Supply 4BV4 3lVfe
Gulfpride 44 35
Cerveza Balboa 43 37
Marlboro 41 39
Mercurio Jeweleri 41 39
U Mascota 39 40"4
Vottswagen 32H 47Mi
Crawford Agencies 30 50
By HENRY L. HERVEY

AMERICAN SUPPLY 4.
CERVEZA QALBOA I
After a lone battle thev lasted
20 weeks, American Supply now
can claim first place and be rea reasonably
sonably reasonably sure that they will re remain
main remain there, although it is possi possible
ble possible for the Suppliers to lose the
championship.
Let's face it. It's improbable
as all get out. Too many things
have to happen for this to occur.
Anyway, the Suppliers find
themselves in this enviable posi position
tion position after taking all 4 gimes
from Cerveza Balboa.
The pressure was terrific. Vnu
could almost measure the volt voltage
age voltage of the tension that nrevailed
in the alleys. No one was able to
00 any outstanding bowline un
der these conditions, and the fact
mat all the Pme werff n rlna
didn't help any to relieve this
tremendous pressure.
for the SUDDlieri Michaels
rolled a 435 series and Mnradn
a 420. For the Beermen Spiros
proauceu a 400 series and Larra Larra-zabal
zabal Larra-zabal a 385.
GULFPRIDE 4
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
Again her w haH nnh n
those nerve wrecking meets. The
Wildcatters with everything to
lose, and Crawford Agencies
trying to finish out of the cellar.
Every game turned out to be a
heartbreakine for th 7nifh n.
dio men, trying as hard as they
were.
They dropped the first game
by ten Dins, the sornnH
mere, but in the third the Oilmen
really clobbered them. For Gulf-
Dridp hiph riic wai tuin..4 in
O" tUAUVU 1'
by Hansel with a 458, and Hodge
ana moraao witn a 433. For
Crawford Agencies Sinclair hiH
a 48 ana A Del Chavez a 409.
VOLKSWAGEN 1
MERCURIO JEWELERS J
The Jewelers ar still In
tention for the seennd nlAPtf linn.
OrS bv virtue nf thir tuilnt win
from the Car-men. The Jewelers.
oegan strone and took the fire
game Dy jo pins, xney weaken weakened
ed weakened a little on the second and took
11 Dy Z4 wns.
ay the time the third game
came around th mirvu
- -r..v num
me jewelers was getting dimmer
as me i,ar-men succeeded in tak
near to nuttinir th li wVit
Pletelv OUt for th Jfwlprt Rut
like I said, Mercurio is till in
the Race.
High series for th tiii.i.
were produced by Martinez with
a io4 ana real with a 403. For
volkswaeen. th ht n n;
la with a 407 and Louis Chavez
witn a 333.
LA MASCOTA 0
MARLBORO 4
It was too eood to be true Aft
er La Mascntu wnn 3 nsr iti,.o
weeks. 1 guess their heads swell
ed and they couid not see. They
couian 1 nil tne pins so tney lost
an 4 points to the Smokers.
It wasn't reallv that had
was worse to be so near the tob
and then drop to second place
It was disheartening to tnv tha
least. But just the same, some someone
one someone had to lose and someone had
to win.
For the Smokers, Vargas and
Durkin led the team with irin.
tical series of 448 with Di Paulo
aamng 431 and crespin follDw
with a 459.
ed
Top Women Golfers
Tee Off In $20,000
Ml. Prospect Purse
CHICAGO (UPI)-A field of 32
women professional golfers and 12
top amateur players will begin a
72 hole battle at Mount Prospect
Country Club today with a
purse of $20,000 at stake for the
play for pay contestants.
All of the notable pro's were in
the field chasing the $8,000 top
prize, including Mickey Wright,
winner of last week's tourney at
Alliance, 0., as well as the iadics
PGA title, Betsy Bawls, Louise
Suggs, Patty Berg, and others.
None of the field was a stand standout
out standout favorite against the 6,421 yarJ
course which will carry a
37-3774 par for the female oppo opponents.
nents. opponents. Other professional stars entered
included Fay Crocker, Betty
Dodd, Beverly Hanson, Marilyn
Smith, Marlene Hagge, Mary
Lena Faulk, Kathy Cornelius, and
Joyce Ziske.
Among the amateurs expected
to compete were Anne Richard Richardson,
son, Richardson, Lois Drafke, Barbara Mcln Mcln-tire,
tire, Mcln-tire, Judy Bell, Judy Eller, Mrs.
Frank Stranahan, Barbara Siohe
and Lana Kay Roberts.
The field will play 18 holes per
day leading to the final roun.i on
Sunday. The finish of the even!
was expected te be televised on a
network show.

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Cdrtort .fi3Q9' ARCEANT

National League
TEAMS
W L- Pc.
S3 41 ,M4
53 44 .544
47 42 J2I
4 45 J21
GB
4
svi
San Francisce
Lot AnglV
Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
Chicago
St. Louis
Cincinnati
47 "4
45 41
41 51
37 55
.505
.414
.444
.402
n
15
Philadelphia
Today's Games
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N;
Chicago at Los Angeles (N)
St. Louis at San Francisco
Only games scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
(Niaht Ciml
Philadelphia 221 200 031 -11 19 4
rmsDurgn 002 000 002 4 10 1
L,oniey (g.6) and Lonneti
Kline (7-9) Ttanisla nr...
Porterfield and Kravitz.
(Night Game)
Cincinnati n?n no? ivm a
Milwaukee 001 oil 002-i 7 n
u loole (2-3) and Dotterer
Spahn (12-10) and CrandaUV,
Night (Game)
St. Louis iwi rw rini 11
- tw vw UV i J O 1
San Francisco 200 020 llx 6 9 0
Mnitn; McCormick (9-7), and
. 0 v aim
narun. LP-Ricketti (1-5)
HR Kirkland (16).
(Night Carnal
Chicago 070 IWI rw T a i
Los Angeles 100 100 0002 5 0
Anderson nt u
Devltl l.ahm lo lr; it; -.-,
tt unguis
KB), ana noseooro. LP
WorA,.; a a ,Tn ... ...
o-o. nti Averui ().

Pumpsie Green Is First
Red Sox Negro Player

CHICAGO (UPI) Elijah
(Pumpsie) Green, 24-year old
shortstop, took the field for the
Boston Red Sox Tuesday night
and finished what Jackie Robin Robinson
son Robinson and Larry Doby started 12
years ago.
Green, who starred at short shortstop
stop shortstop for the champion Azucare Azucare-rot
rot Azucare-rot (Suor Kings) and was third
with a .345 BA In the batting
race, became the first Negro to
don a Boston Red Sox uniform
in a regular league game. The
Red Sox Is the last major
league team te use a Negro
player.
It was in 1947 that Robinson,
now retired, became the first of
his race ever to play with a ma major
jor major league team when the jld
Brooklyn Dodgers called him up
from the minors. He subsequently
became one of the National
League's finest players.
That same year, Cleveland of
the American League summoned
Larry Doby who soon becama a
regular for the Indians.
Four Pre-Season
TV Football Games
NEW YORK (UPI) Four Tre
season National Football League
contests headed by a re-match-of
last year's title game opponents-
will be televised by tne coiumma
Broadcasting System, it was an
nounced yesterday.
The Baltimore Colts, league and
western division champions, and
the New York Giants, defending
eastern division champions, each
will be seen in two warm-uo con
tests.
The pre season games to be fel
evised by CBS are: Baltimore Baltimore-New
New Baltimore-New York at Dallas, Tex., Aug.
21, 11:15 p.m. New York-Chicago
Bears at Chicago Sept. 11, 11:15
p.m. Cleveland Browns Detroit
Lions at Detroit Sept. 13, 2.30
p.m. and Baltimore-Chicago Car
dinals at Louisville, Ky., Sept. 20,
z:uu p.m. ah times are eastern
daylight.

BALBOA THEATER
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EARL GRANTi a universal'"!,urnational re

WAR

American Learne

TEAMS
Chicago
w x ft; 6t r
53 y:sn-i.i:
51 3 .57 1
4 45 -:1
47 44 JOS t
45 50 .474 Vfc
43 4 .47 10 1
42 4t:.4riovfr
41 51 .435 13
Cleveland
Baltimore
New York
Detroit
Washington
Kansas City
Boston
Today' Games
New York at Cleveland (N)
Washington at Detroit
Boston at Chicago .w
Baltimore at Kansas City
Yesterday's Results H .:
Wa shin ft on nno nnn n?n 9
Detroit . .000 110 31x 6 7 0
Ramos (10-11), Clevenger, Stobbt i
and Naragon, w
Lary (H.71. Nr1eVi anH noti.
beret.
Boston 010 101 1004 ThP
Chicago 002 000 2015 13 0
,C?ia,e!, Fom'eles. Kiely (3-3),
Wall and Daley.
Wynn, Lown (6-2) and Lollar.
(Night Game)
New York 000 002 3128 14 1
Cleveland 020 020 0105 8 1.
Maas (8-5), Duren and Berra..
Score (9-8), Bell, Ferrarse, Gar-
cia and Fitzgerald.
Nioht Gamal
Baltimore
Kansas City
001 010 0103 6 1
000 102 12x 6 7 2
Walker (7-5) and Triandoi.
Herbert (9-7) and Chiti.
Since then every team in tho

on their roster at one time or an-ptbeiexcept:;thrBoBtoa-.Ked
SoX
who maintained they would call
a Negro player when they devHl;
oped one of major league caliber
in their farm system.

Tuesday night, Pumpsie Green
became that man when he was

sent in as a pinch runner in the .
eighth inning of Boston's 2-1 Joss '7

to the Chicago White Sox. v'

The Red Sox Tuesday an- ,.

nouneed the sale of veteran utility "t.
infielder Bobby Avila to the Mil"

waukee Braves and naveri tha

way for Green's recall from Min-
neapolis of the American Assn;
where he was named to theA
league All-Star team and battel
-320 in 98 games. ;-
Green chalked up another Rd
Sox first at spring training in'
Scottsdale, Ariz., when he be-
came the first of his race ever to",
don a Boston uniform.
But it was this and his trip "1.
back to Minneapolis after a fair-
spring showing that set off a cori""
troversy in-Boston. That and the
segregated heusing allegedly pro provided
vided provided for him by the Sox in
Scottsdale.

The Boston branch of the Na National
tional National Assn. for the Advancement1
of Colored People NA(ACP)
charged the Red Sox with Hi scrim.
ination and urged the Massachu
setts commission against Dis Discrimination
crimination Discrimination to censure the club.
The Staff Commininn held m
hearing and Red Sox Gener.fl
manager siamey H. (Bucky) Har Harris
ris Harris said it had never been ie
club's policy to deny a chance to
a Negro ballplayer.
And, said Harris, the Red Sox
would call Green up from the mi minors
nors minors if his play warranted it and
the team needed him. The P'.d
Sox subsequently were cleared of
the discrimination charges.
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and Bryant Placens finished first, second and third, respec respectively,
tively, respectively, in a 25-yard breast-stroke race for boys during the Elks
Fourth Of July Swiiri Meet at Gamboa. (Ernest Silva photo)

by
Dan Daniel

Record Finale

By LESLIE NAKASHIMA
TOKYO UCPD-Japan'i wm wm-mers,
mers, wm-mers, indicating they are ready
to battle Australia and the UnhVd
States for supremacy at the "0
Olympics, set a world record in
the final event yesterday to de defeat
feat defeat a favored American team in
a three-day dual meet, 41 points
to 38.
Frank McKinney, the slender
United States backstroke cnam cnam-pion
pion cnam-pion from Indianapolis,- Ind., pul pulled
led pulled the visitors even at 38-38 by
winning the next-td-last event.
That was the 200-meter back backstroke
stroke backstroke and McKinney won it in
2:19.3 minutes while defeating
Charles Bittick (2f23.2) of Los

Angeles. ;-
Toshizo Umemoto, Tatsuo Fu Fu-jimoto,
jimoto, Fu-jimoto, MakotoFukui and 'fsuy 'fsuy-oshi
oshi 'fsuy-oshi Yamanaka then 'broke the
deadlock and (ended the hard hard-fought
fought hard-fought meet bVxSetting a world
mark of 8:21.6 minutes for the
800-meter freestyle relay.
Alan Somers, Jeff F a r r e 1 1,
George Breen. and Mike Troy
were clocked in 8:31.2 in their
vain bid to win the meet for the
United States. Troy trailed Yam Yam-anaka,
anaka, Yam-anaka, the meet's individual star,
by 10 meters at ,the end of the
anchor leg while 8,000 Japanese
fans cheered. Somers, Breen ard
Troy represent the IndianaOolis
Athletic Club while Farreil, sew sewing
ing sewing in the Navy, is stationed at
Yale.
The Japanese foursome clipped

two seconds off the matK of
8:23.6 set in 1956 by Australia's
Keith O'Halloran, John Devitt,
Murray Rose and John Hendricks.

Farreil, a former University of
Oklahoma star, scored the other
United States individual victory

Wednesday. He led all the way
to win the 100-meter freestyle
race in 56.1 seconds.

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William A. Shea, organizer of
the ihird Leguc took.-the stan4
for a second round of question questioning
ing questioning about his plans.
" rtsked where his Metj. or what whatever
ever whatever else, they hop o- be called,
intend to play herd, 'Bill replied,:
"The city of New York is going
to build us a $13-million stadium
on Flushing Meadow. Neither the
backers of our club nor the city
will pay for,-.the arena, which
will seat 52,000 and will be e e-auipped
auipped e-auipped with escalators, elevators

Series and pensions, .would
Q. Is it the behei ot'Third
League backers that the top mi

nors Uifer a suficientttnumDer of

playerjiho' would ,he accepted
by- your "fans?. 3
h A. Lots of fine players whom

we would interest are leaving the

big minors because they can't

make a living playing m them.

Then; tod, there are our colleges.

f Q. How would you go about

signing campus stars against the

DOUBLE LEADERS Thl aggregation of hardwood huskies h?ad the standings in two Isthmian
basketball leagues; They are-sure Winners in the Panama Provincial League 'and hold a command commanding
ing commanding lead in the Colon Major Basketball Loop. Left to right, they are: (standing) Etrulio Da Leon.
Jacinto Molinar, Carlos Lopez, Ramon Reyes, Dario de Lson, Carlos Hyacinth, Rodolfo "Fifi
Tonvcoach, Artiiro Agard. Jose Jolio Noel, Oth way Massiah, "Chompinpa" Castaneda, trainer;
(foreground) Rogelio Aikman, July Andrade. Roberto Taylor and Francisco Checa.

Al brook Crushes Ft. Clayton

For Fifth Straiaht Caae Win

BALBOA MEN'S
SUMMER LEAGUE
Wttk of July It
After the smoke cleared away
last week, Balboa Beer was sli.i
in first place by handicap pm
fall, although in a first place lie
with Tivoli travels who moved up
from third place.

Kent dropped from second to

third and Zenith dropped iron

iourth to sixth place. Blue Star

and Cafe Duran both moved up a
notch. The rest of the teams
staid about the same. Last week

being the 15th night of bowling

all handicap s cnanged.
Standings

TEAMS Won LOST
Balboa Beer 3T 23
Tivoli Tr vels 37 23
Kent Cigarettes 34 2G
Blue Star 33 27
Lincoln Life 33 27
Zenith, TV 32 28
Good Year Tires 30 30
Cafe Duran 29 31
Pepsi Cola 27 32'-i
Martini Vermouth 27Vi 34
Astra Products 22 3S
Hillman Cars 21 39

coufiging an all-age patronage. -"The
city will sponsor a bond
Iisue which will be paid off out
of the ball club's rental and oth other
er other revenues, such ai parking rej
ceifiJ. Once the bonds are paid
off, the city will have the sta stadium
dium stadium free and clear.
'Space for parking in the Mea Mea-j.rM.
j.rM. Mea-j.rM. U virtually unlimited.

Tr4.or H us that we must

provide automobile facilities
.fhird of th house."

since a $13-million bond issue

would have to be offered within
rT,.i return hf 5 Dereent, the

ball club's rent would come close

for

aki nnn vr

v.nimlH from that fright-

eninz item to stressing the fact
that, through Bob Moses, the site
i 4h. rana would be obtained

ir h. ritv eratis. Waltef

'm ..:. a'Ms11v turned down a

similar deal for the Dodgers and

headed for cnavez navmc.
THEY'RE NOT OUTLAWS
m. n.oitinnins rnntinued:

, Q. Suppose, when your Third
t.... nnl meet with the

club owners of the majors after
the Aug. 3 All-Star game you
are tamed down by them? Do
.tin hv. "outlaw notions I

A. No, we do not plan so-caU-mA
"nntlaw" activity, not do we

h-Ueve that, after having

A. ihe coaches would not op

pose us because we would not
raid their teams, as th majors

do. We would look to the colleg colleges
es colleges as prime sources. of material

and would sign their players on

ly after graduation, adopting the

tilan of the National Football

League., The majors'have, alienat-
i il. i '1 :

eu uie varsmes uy luring young

sters away from their studied.
You might investigate the reac

tion in tho Southwest to Cleve-

lahd's taking i n f i e 1 d e r Gene

Leek from the University of Ari Ari-zona..
zona.. Ari-zona.. In return for full protec

tion, the colleges will have to let

their students play summer ball

ed us, the major leagues

Invit-

would

at

ia HI it

Q.tWell, if they did throw you
... .Viot thn

- A.. We would go to Washingtoh
k lor legislatioi. wndch would break
the basebaU monopoly and force
the: commissioner to give us offi-
.nnrmitl HOWeVBr. I Wl

convinced that Organized Baseball
is sincere in extending a helping
t.j in nH' annreclates how

much w. cih do for the sod -of

baseball.
Q'Have you been looking

a Ves hut onlv as a possible

t.Jtuirsrv Incition while the

Flushing Meadow Stadium is be
l.-TKiiilt '

, Q.D'you believe; It possible
iMrr fh nlavers of a Third

League, with, -official recognition
ti a major organization, suffi sufficient
cient sufficient Incentive without aiming
' for- World Series?
A. .What do you mean "without
fantec forT t, EWorld 1 ; Series?"
W, Jirould expect tobe tncltided
utiU wrteridtl( the vN8onhT

nd American letguer; ,w 1 1 M
Iwo r ean aftwtaryin tno,
eomtfe'tition. A, lhiee,leagu';.clar'

ic would liicteas .:,;lntAr..'

would be tremendous:, W!
Into -toufht ('dmtiet:

the; (ld,leaguerb$hel;!ume

ous Ma ..pitywe.;, jftlvn ..
HOW ABOUT PJNSIOS?
Q. 5 Granted that they wouid' let
od nto the World Serlels -4. nd
that is to be extremely" doubtful

, how would you satisfy your
players in the matter of ipensiotii
tiays 'f. i Is quite certain, your

men were barred from tne Ma-jc'-J-ague
Pension Fund?
A. If we wer. balked on the

CLUBS BELONG TO FANS
O. You talk of reviving tho old

Brooklyn type of fan, who hung
off the rafters. Do you consider

that revival possible with televi

sion and the expanded costs to
fans because of night ball?

A. The Yankees, Giants and

Dodgers together far out drew

Milwaukee. There never was any

need for th two National

League clubs tb leave here. If
Horace Stoneham and Walter O'-

Malley felt they had to. igq, the

league should have expanded

and made room for them, and
not let their franchises move.
Ball clubs should not be tossed
around at the whims of owners.
The Giants 'belonged td their
fans, to New York, not to "Stone "Stone-ham.
ham. "Stone-ham.
Q. Is it true that Jim Farley
has attended few meetings of
your committee with Bernip. Gim Gim-bel,
bel, Gim-bel, Clinton Blume and yoii?
- A. That" Is not tftie. Jim is In
Europe:But he was very much
one of our committee before he
left and will continue to be ac active
tive active when he returns. His advice
has been invaluable.
rQ. With a circuit talcing In

eight cities- from among New

York. Montreal. Toronto. Houston,

Mtaneapolis-St. Paul, Dallas-Fort

Worth, Sah Diego, Miami, Seat

tie, Portland', Denver and Buffa

lo, your traveling expenses would
be tremendous"'and Scheduled dif difficulties
ficulties difficulties would be enormous.
Have you considered these fac factors?
tors? factors? "" " ""

A.'The' time anelp. "will not be

serioel flyfhF Is -being" ex

tended. Am' for ifrosts, these things

can b adjusted.

r.Thisf then, is the complete sto-

ri6Mh Third Leaeue. Iti proo

lemV'.re ti-ehienddus. m-'fly of

Rhea's hones are founded on

hjrciftj9ctur f t ; he' insists

ijvwuopen in iwf.

Amador Troopers
Nip Army Allanlic
In Overtime Game

The Fort Amador Troopers won
their second game in the yet-

vouna PAF basketball season

Tuesday night when1 they edged

the Army Atlantic 'raicons 83-4
in the first overtime game this

year.

The Troopers also had won their

first game by one point over tne

Navy All-Stars in the last three
seconds, and duplicated the feat
last night on their home court in
the five-minute overtime period af

ter the score ended 78-78 at the

close of regulation play.

The same man who wniL the

Navy game, came through aga

as forward Ray Crawfdrd sent his

soft lefthanded jump shot through

the hoop in the last few seconds

to pull the Troopers out of the

FAt cellar. George Noland was

the eame's hieh scorer, dumtin

in 11 field goals and three of five
from the free-throw line for a 25

total.

In last night s other PAF con

test, the Albrook Flyers took their

fifth consecutive game, when they

trampled the Clayton Cavaliers

95-79. The shooting of Bill Agan,

Lloyd Hopwood and Jerry Patrie

were too much for Skip Kroeger

and company even though the lit

tie guard dropped in 39 points. He
has scored 77 points in the last

two games and now possesses
30-plus point-per-game average.

Agan. developing into one of the

league's best floor men, tallied 26

points, high for the Flyers who

are getting tougher as the season

progresses. Hopwood had 25 and

Patrie 19 for the winners. Die!

Kyllo had 16 markers for the Co

valiers whose league record is

now 4-3. The Flyers are 5-2 in sec

ond place.

In Monday's game, the Cavai

iers ran over the Troopers from

"Amador 94-53. A very one-sided

game, the Troopers were unable

to stop the Claytori1 fast break

Skip Kroeger had 38 points for

the winners.

The Navy All-Stars won' their

third league encounter Monday

when they toppled the Army At

lantic Falcons 63-59 in a very

close contest, decided by the shoot

ing of Bernie Devers and Melvin

Wilt.

, ttrwin.;

Httni'Ol,a

lti.mta.ry rlfif beoauw h;d"
th germs that ar the real eu
SIS many kin trouble. NjxJf"
ktUi thM rms nd nm ur,!
Smoother, "clearer wftr
attractive, A;k ?'$;i,,ffdVS5
drurtore today, and I, w
nal cauae ot your klh trouble.

By S. S.GT. DICK SHAFFER i
The "Albrook "Flyers," crushed
the Ft. Clayton "Cavaliers" in ai
avalandhe of scoring in the Al Albrook
brook Albrook Gym Tuesday night. CoactJ
Lew Shealy's astute squad, de determined
termined determined to reign as PAF Cage
Champs again, won their fifth
straight game.
The "Cavaliers" opened the

contest intent on burying the "Fly "Flyers"
ers" "Flyers" again as they piled up an
earlv 25 17 advantage, primarily

through complete command of tne

boards, and ahoQting of tneir Kty

men, Dick Kyllo and flerme Kro

eger. who compiled is or me

points betwen tnem. AiDrooK s en en-tire
tire en-tire first period showing was made

by Jerry Patrie with 9 and Lloyd

Hopwood with 6 marKers.

The "Flyers" shone in tne re

bound department in the second

stanza, lea Dy raine ana L,on

Stephenson. Patrie continued to

lead Albrook witn 8 counters,

while Kroeger tallied 8 for Clay

ton. Guard, Bob Kicnarason :iun

"CAV.alje.rs" by fouling out of

e contest in tne.iirsi nau. me

'Cavaliers" led at halftime by a

44-40 score.

Lloyd Hopwood and "Bullet"

Bill Aean led the Albrookitea

through the final periods of play.

Agan scored 21 of his 26 marKers

in tne nnai nait oi me contest.

The Flyers held a 65-58 lead at
the 3-4 mark. Kroeger had a tough

time for Clayton in the third stan-

xa. tallying only 4 points as coacn

aly placed his two speedy

guards on the "Cavaliers" sensa sensation.
tion. sensation. Kroeger, a former Indiana

All-Stater, led all scorers for the

night with a huge 39 point output.

Outstanding floor man tor tne
"Flyers" in this big win was
Guard Tom Donaway, whoe hust hustle
le hustle kept the Albrookites in the
game at crucial' points. Donaway
easily played his best game of the
season, while garnering 6 points
for the night.

Dick Kyllo scored 16 markers

for Ft. Clayton, while thre9 "Fly

ers" joined Agan in double figur

es. Center Lloyd Hopwood count

ered 25 points, while Jerry Patrie

and-Lon Stephenson added 19 and

14, respectively.

The "Flyers" proved that they

are still a mighty tough ciub to

beat, even without the services of

Emmett Bryant. They appiar rea

dy to give every club in the

league more than they can hand',
for the rest of the season.

A standout group of hustling Ft.

Clayton "Teeners" won their 6th

straight game in their march to
ward a second straight PAF Jun

ior Championship, by defeating

the Albrook Teeners for the sec
ond straight time by a 52-33 score.

The box score:

Sports Briefs

GIANTS SIGN VETERANS
NEW YORK (UPD-The New

York Giants have signed defen

sive aces Andy Robustelli and
Tom Scott to 1959 National Foot Football
ball Football League contracts. Robustelli
will be starting his ninth pru se se-son
son se-son while Scott, recently acquired
from the Philadelphia Eagles, be begins
gins begins his seventh.

Albrook "Flyers"
G Baker 2
G Agan 25
F Patrie 19
F Stephenson M
C Hopwood 25
F Self 1
G Donaway 6
C Nelson 2
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Ft. Clayton "Cavaliers"

BRITISH PGA ELECTS REES
LONGON (UPI) The British

Professional Golfer! Ass' has re

elected Dal Rees of Wales as cap

tain of the British team which

will defend the Ryder Cup aiainst

the United States at Palm Desert,

Calif., Nov. 7-8.
CUBA NAMES CARDENAS

HAVANA. Cuba (UPI) The

brothers Cardenas) Alviro and

Jorge, have been selected by she

Cuban Olympic Committee to

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compete in the star class yacht
event at the Pan American

Games at Chicago, Aug! 27-Sept

7. Their father, Charles Cardenas
was chosen as an alternate entry

REDSKINS GET HOPPE

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) The

San Francisco Forty-Nlners hav

raded Bobby Hoppe, former Au

burn str, to the Washington Red
skins for a high draft choice,

Hoppe, San Francisco's number

three draft choice last year

turned in his suit after only three

days at training camp.

IN THE MIDDLE Little Bill Aean (21), "Flyer" Guard, does

battle with Ft. Clayton's Guard Bob Wesley (6) and Center

Dick Kyllo (16) for a rebound in the "layers" yo-itf vicwny
Tuesday night at Albrook AFB. Looking on Is "Flyer" Center

Lloyd Hopwood (31) (right).

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Hillman Cars
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3143
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First High Team Game
Kent Cig rettes 1122
Tivoli Travels 1073
Cafe Duran 1077

Lincoln Lift 3 Kent Cigartttes 1
This match was also close m
the first eamc. Kent nn tha

short end Dy only 8 pins. Kent,
however, took the last game but
feil short on pin fall.

reraies was high for the In Insurance
surance Insurance bovx with 529 Kpplpr harl

501. Champsaur was high for Kent

wun bid ana DeLuca anchor had
523.
Blue Star 3 Ptpsl Cola 1
This was a good match with
handicap about even. The dairy
boys took the first, last and pin
tall for three points. Pepsi man managed
aged managed to take the second game by
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L. Gind was high for Pepsi with
513. R. Lickfeld high for Blue
Star with 533.
Cafe Duran 4 Zenith TV 0
This was the coffee boys night
and bowitd their best series for
a long time, having three 500 s.
Going in their was only 1 point
difference in handicap.
Parker was high for Duiun 581.
Lachman had 305 for 2 games and
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Hillman Cars 3 Martini 1
The car boys had plenty of gaf
last week and took Martini for
three points. However, Mirtini
made it hot for the car buys by
taking the second and pui'ing up
to within 2 points in pin fall, los losing
ing losing the last game by 11 puis nnd
total pins by 7. How close can
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First High Ind. 3-gamat (scratchl

McLane and Soyster 821
T. Keeler and H. Zost 617
R. Novey 605

First High Ind. Game
H. Zost 245
Champsaur 242
McLane 237

First High Ind.
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Balboa Beer 3 Astra Preduti 1
The first game was nip and

tuck all the way,P Astra losing it
by only 2 pins. The suds boys
won the second, building up a good
lead in pin fall but lost the last
game.
O. Perez was high for Balboa
with 548, J. Palm had 530 and
Tony had 514. McLane was high
for Astra.
Tivoli Travel 4
Good Year Tirs 0
The travel boys were the hoi hoi-test
test hoi-test team of the night, rolling
2721 scratch. The tire boys
bowled good wh a 2444 scratch
but were no match for a team
that bowled good and could do
nothing wrong.
Ski was high for Tivoli with
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OAKVILLE. Ont. (UPI)-Can
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said today an open switch
might have caused the derailment
of a Chicago-Toronto dayliner on
Tuesday in which two women
were killed.
FOUR ELECTROCUTED
MADRID (UPD A violent elec electrical
trical electrical storm in central Spin
last night killed at least four
persons and caused extensive
property damage, authorities re reported
ported reported today. Flash floods para paralysed
lysed paralysed public transportation. Au Authorities
thorities Authorities said four persons wero
struck by lightning and killed in
central provinces.
FOR RENT
tin to 2200 Sq. Ft. of modern
office space on second floor
of new "ELGA" Buildine
Large private parking area
in rear Janitor and night
watchman services Air
Conditioning optional Via
Espana on 46th block
ELGA, S.A.
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Apartments

FOR RENT: In La Create, mod mod-am
am mod-am apartment, 2 bedrooms, liv living
ing living room, dining room,' kitchen,
laundry room, maid's room, inde independent
pendent independent service, hot water. En Enquire
quire Enquire La Cresta. 48 Street No. 12.
FOR RENT: Modern unfurnieh unfurnieh-ad
ad unfurnieh-ad 2 bedroom apartment, front
terrace, garage, hot water, maid'a
roam, near El Panama Hilton
$100.00. call 3-3421.
FOR RENTt On bedroom
apartments, w apartment,
house located on the Transisth Transisth-mian
mian Transisth-mian highway, modern, well ven ventilated
tilated ventilated with private bathroom and
kitchen, completely furnished
with new furniture specially de designed
signed designed for the apartments, rea reasonably
sonably reasonably priced. Call Panama 2 2-2766
2766 2-2766 from 8 to 12 and from 2
to 5:30.
FOR RENT: Beit located small
furnished apartment or too m.
clean and independent. 43rd
Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, livingroom, bal balcony
cony balcony and garage, close to Tha
Panama Hilton Hotel, phona 3 3-4567.
4567. 3-4567. FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment. Hot water
Campo Alegre. Tels. 2-2341 and
3-3379.
FOR RENT: 6.1. approved, fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished apartment, modern, clean
building, convenient location.
Automobile Row No. 36, call 3 3-6855
6855 3-6855 after 7, 2-5046.
FOR RENT. Magnificent view
in La Cresta, two bedroom apar apar-ment,
ment, apar-ment, den, hot Water, garage and
big porch. Call 3-3421.
NY Court Rules
Builder Musi Rent
Homes To Negroes
TRENTON, N.J. (UPD The ap appellate
pellate appellate division of superior court
held yesterday that New York
builder William J. Levitt must
sell homes to qualified Negro ap applicants
plicants applicants in his housing develop development
ment development in Burlington County.
The court included in the ruling
another housing development,
Green Fields Farm, Inc., in
Gloucester County. Levitt has
huilt several huge housing Troi-
ects in eastern states, including
one at Levittown, N.Y.
Three Negroes had filed suit
against the two developments,
claiming they were turned down
for racial reasons when they tried
t obuy homes. The two cases
were consolidated by the court.
The appeals court held that a
state law barring discriminatirt
in "public assisted" housing cov covered
ered covered the Levitt project because
Levitt received an insurance gua guarantee
rantee guarantee from the federal housing
administration.
The two housing developers
claimed that their projects wop
not covered by the state's anti antidiscrimination
discrimination antidiscrimination law In housing
passed in 1957.
TRIAL SCHEDULED
WORCESTER, Mass. (UPD A
superior court judge has sched scheduled
uled scheduled the trial of Harvey (Mad
Dog) Bistarr, one time eanglar-1
leader, for Sent. 14 in Fitchburg.
Bistany, 58, 'will be tried in Mas Massachusetts
sachusetts Massachusetts on five indictments
stemming from a 1351 holdup
shooting at a Worcester bakery.
McKAY DIES
SALEM, Ore. fUPlI Former
secretarv nf in'rrior Douclas Mc McKay
Kay McKay died today at the age
of 6fi. He had hem undergoing
treatment for recurrence of a
heart ailment.
DUFER'S DILEMMA
LONDON (UPIl Boh Hope said
the Monte Carlo golf course he
played last week was a fine one.
But Hope said he had a problem.
He played with his friend, the
Rev. Pardee Erdman, and "I've
got a crick in the neck through
having to turn my head every
time I wanted to swear."
THIS SECTION
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
GoTernmetit Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo,
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile How
Phone 3-4984 3-4085
All Types of Auto Insurance
BOY SETS FIRE
VICTORIA, B.C. (UPI)-Kadio
station CKDA paid a 13-year-old
boy two dollars today for the
best news tip of the day when he
reported the family barn on fire.
However, the boy's father ques questioned
tioned questioned the youth who admitted
starting the blaze. "1 couldn't get
25 cents to go to the movies,"
the youngster said.

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac two
door, hardtop, call 82-3117 or
84-5216.
FOR SALE: 1951 4-door black
Mercury. In good mechanical
condition. Fiva new tirei, tail pip),
muffler and battery. Leaving
Irthmus $350.00. Phona 2384.
WANTED TO BUY: Chevrolet
1956 or 1957, 4 doors, 6 cylin cylinder.
der. cylinder. Standard Shift. Phone Office
82-5190. Home 87-7243.
FOR SALE: Plymouth sedan
1952 in good condition, 4 doors,
5 good tires, reasonable priced.
For information call Chinese Em Embassy.
bassy. Embassy. Tel. 3-3424 or 3-4577
from 9 a.m. to 12 neon.
FOR SALE: 1956. Austin Healy,
loaded, $1850.00. 86-3143.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac. V-8
hydramatic transmission, 2 -door,
best cash offer, owner leaving
soon, apply to Hugh Qrr. Gamboa
house 0259-C on the Ridge.
FOR SALE: aport cars, 1955
Thunderbird, A-l condition, ra radio,
dio, radio, heater, overdrive, power
seats, etc. House 507 Parita
Place, Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford, tudor,
fordomatic, radio, heater, call 2 2-3444.
3444. 2-3444. FOR SALE: 1949 Hudson four
door sedan. Good tires, a good
car for transportation. Call 2 2-3320
3320 2-3320 or 0428 Frangipani St.
Apt. C, Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford station
wagon, 6 cyl., standar, radio,
heater, undercoat, seat covera,
etc. 15,000 miles, leaving for
States, $1550. Excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, Balboa 1253.
FOR SALE: 1958 Vauxhall sta station
tion station wagon, excellent condition
$1750. 2109 B, Curundu. Phona
83-2165, anytime.
FOR SALE: 1953 Mercury
Monterey, tudor, hardtop, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Call Balboa 4337.

House Approves Compromise
Foreign Aid Authority Bill

WASHINGTON (UPI) Ths
House yesterday approved a
compromise $3,556,200,000 foreign
aid authorization bill and sent it
to the Senate for final congres congressional
sional congressional action.
The measure, approved by a
roll call vote of 257-153, was
trimmed about 9 per cent below
President Eisenhower's original
request for $3,909,400,000 for the
program in V6t current iz
months.
Even so, it was a partial vic victory
tory victory for the President since it au authorized
thorized authorized more money than origi originally
nally originally was voted by either the
House or Senate. The military aid
section also was overhauled and
now is more in line with Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's thinking.
A House Senate conference
committee drew up the compro
mise bill last week, ironing out
more than 50 differences between
the version originally passed by
the two chambers.
The original House bill totaled
$3,542,600,000 while the Senate
version provided $3,543,320,000.
The big congressional foreign
aid battle is yet to come, how how-evsr.
evsr. how-evsr. This will be waged over a
foJlmv-up hill to provide .the ac actual
tual actual cash for the program,
That measure still is under
study by a House appropriations
subcommittee which has a recofd
of ordering hefty reductions in
the Presidents' foreign aid money
reonests.
The authorization bill ear earmarked
marked earmarked $l.4no,ono.nno for military
aid, a slash of $200-millio.n from

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COMAYAGUA Julv 24 Aug. 2
JUNIOR Aug. 4 Aug. 9
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METAPAN Aug. 18 Aug. 23
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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Aged natural ma.
nurg at give-away prices by tha
truc4cloadf. Call 2-2641.
Lost Articles
LOST: White f a m a I dog.
Young. If found plaase call Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 83-5209, reward.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Confortabla room
for students. Uruguay Street and
48th. Tel. 3-6506.
Lessons
Learn Spanish with Mra. Rome Romero's
ro's Romero's practical conversational 4th
of July Ave. Tl-352 apartment
10, phona 2-3021,
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
Experts in TV. radio. Hi-Fi and
transistors.
Wa do mora Work, because wa
do it the best.
Phone 2-1905.
Crawford Agencies.
Tivoli Avenue No. 18-20.
U.S. Television
Means reliability
better service,
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Project your home and proper property
ty property against Insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777,
Eisenhower's request.
It would authorize $1,800,000,000
over the next two years for the
development loan fund, through
which most economic aid now is
channeled overseas. But' Congress
would have to review ths program
again next year.
The measure would provide
$247,500,000 in outright grants for
special assistance, compared with
Eisenhower's request for $271,-
soo.ooo. 'pie "Point tour" tecum tecum-cal
cal tecum-cal assistance funds were left un untouched
touched untouched at his figur of $179,500,'
000.
The bill would make military
aid a part of the Defense Depart
ment budget for two years begin beginning
ning beginning next year. The Senate had
voted to make the change perm
nent. There was no such clause in
the House bill.
USSERY WINS 200TH
NEW YORK rupii Bobbv Us
sery scored his 200th triumph of
the year Tuesday when he won
with Hand anH Font, in the. third
race at Jamaica. Ussery made it
201 aboard Proud Stepper in the
ninth.
TOO MUCH STAGGER
MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UPI
66 year-old man admitted to the
iudge that he was staggering a
little when arrrested. "But I'm
an old man, and old men just
naturally stagger," John Brocks
said. Brooks was fined $21 tor
drunkenness anyway.
PANAMA.2-2904

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Household toed,
leaving Hi Isthmus. House (443
Los Rio, Bathos Tel. 2-2672.
FOR SALE: Neechl Supernova
awing machine In blond desk
cabinet, excellent condition.
$300.00 or nearest offer. Phone
Panama 3-7813.
FOR SALE: Neechl electric sew sew-ins
ins sew-ins machine, like new; cheat of
drawers; outdoor, aortable frill.
Phona 35079.
FOR SALI: Small refrigerator,
household articles. "H" Street
No. 10-12.
FOR SALE : Overstuff ad riving
room set, new condition and
porch set new Guatemalan fur furniture,
niture, furniture, aheap. Balboa 4495.
mornings.
FOR SALE: rVlaidalra refrigera refrigerator.
tor. refrigerator. Good running condition, $50.
May bo seen at 0428 Frangipani
St., Apart. C, Ancon.
FOR SALI: 4 burner gat stove
with oven and broiler, practically
new. Calle "H" No. 1126, first
floor, Apt. 3.
r.-HTAO
PERSONALS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
Special Offers
HELP WANTED: iXivll Engi Engineers
neers Engineers and draftsmen with high highway
way highway experience. Write Box 4356.
Animals
FOR SALE: Purebred Doberman
pinscher puppiea. Phone 3-2875.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 14 ft. speed HuJI,
fiber glassed, 22 h p. Mercury,
motor, liscensed for 4. New chant chant-trailer.
trailer. chant-trailer. Will sell separately or as
unit. Curundu 5227, telephone
after 5 p.m.
45 foot double ptankad ex-Navy
boat hull for sale. Asking price
$1000 or make an offer. Com Commander
mander Commander Taylor, Navy 2553.

'Hostess With The Mostess
Demands Payoff In Court

LONDON (UPI)-A Belgian di divorcee
vorcee divorcee who said she had been de described
scribed described as "Washington's No. 3
hostess" is suing a British insur insurance
ance insurance broker for the six figure
salary she says he owes her for
arranging introductions to. top U.S.
officials.
The divorcee, Mrs. Martha
Brusset, 50, did not name any ex exact
act exact figure when her suit against
Lloyd's of London agent Edward
Lumley opened here today. But
she contended that Lumley owed
her "133,000 pounds plus" more
than $372,000 for the five years
she worked for him as "public re relations
lations relations consultant woman."
Mrs. Brusset testified she had
given many lavish parties in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, and had visited the White
House "more than once." She said
she gave her parties, "so that
people could meet."
The 50-year-old woman testified
that she had been in love with
GOOD
USED CARS
For EVERY
BUDGET
BU1CK
1954
4 Door Sedan
$775.00
BUCK
1955
4 Door Riviera
$985.00
;
CADILLAC
1956
4 Door Sedan
$1,250.00
.
AND MANY OTHER,,
BARGAINS
SM00T & PAREDES
Automobile Row
Panama City

Real Estate

FOR SALE. Lets 500 and 1.000
meters. In the Nueve Hipodromo
Urbanisation- across Hit Remoa
Racetrack. All lots with at re a
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. CaH W. McBarnett.
Tel. 4-0979.
FOR SALE: Beautiful residence.
4 bedroom, livingroom, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, library, recreation room,
large kitchen, pantry, maid's
room with service, hot water, ter terrace,
race, terrace, geralen, sarage, land 1.800
m. 9th. Street Mo. 28. Sen
Franciico.
FOR SALE: Large 2 bedroom
house furnished in Sante Clara
near beech with guest cabin, easy
payments. Celled 3-4569 Pana-
FOR SALE: Home at Santa Cla Clara,
ra, Clara, quick aale, beat offer ever
$3,000.00. Leaving the Isthmus.
Balboa, Tel. 2-2672.
FOR SALE: Property en 4th of
July. Ave, tower floor la now
occupied by Swift tr Co., eleven
other apartments are in the earne
main building No. T1-132. Three
are also 1 6 spaces and apartments
all rented in the rear of the main
building, also a large space of
land that can be built on. The
rental will pay for the entire
property In about 1 5 years at the
present rentals. There is also a
large space of land that can be
built on. Owner is usually at hit
office on some property daily or
phona Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
WANTED
WANTED: Hotel Rooaovelt
wants to sublet kitchen. Apply
office afternoons.
WANTED: Target pistol, 22 in
good condition. Reasonable price,
write box 99. Diablo Heightt.
WANTED: Radio trasmiter and
communication receiver, call 2 2-2460,
2460, 2-2460, Panama.
Secretary-stenographer or clerk clerk-typist,
typist, clerk-typist, British, open for imme immediate
diate immediate engagement. Box S-134.
WANTED: A good cook and
housekeeper. Good salary. San
Francisco, Calle Novena. Case
No. 41 altos, Tel. 3-5111.
Car Rentals
Need en extra ear tonight? Rent
a new Hertxcer from Fiesta Car
Rentals. Tel. 3-4568 Lobby El
Panama Hilton.
Lumley and had a heart attack
and attempted to commit suicide
when he broke off their relation-
p in 1956. She denied a sug
gestion that her suit constituted
blackmail.
Lumley's attorney, W. A. Fearn-
ley-Whittingstall, asked her. "Did
you believe he would never dare
fight you in court owing to the
relationship between you."
"No, never," she replied.
Mrs. Brusset, who formerly had
been married to a Belgian diplo diplomat,
mat, diplomat, showed up in court looking
slim and elegant in a black Dior
silk suit.
"What did you do to earn $78,400
a year." Fearnley Whittingstail
asked her.
"I introduced nearly 50 people
to Mr. Lumley," Mrs. Brusset re replied.
plied. replied. "One of them was the
French ambassador to the United
Nations."
"What did he want to do insure
the Suez C a n a 1." the lawyer
asked. "Were you supposed to
stroll through the salons of Eu
rope and if you met anyone who
wanted to insure their motor car,
you sent postcard to Mr. Lum Lum-ley6"
ley6" Lum-ley6" Mrs. Brusset said her contacts
among congressmen, government
officials and diplomats made
her valuable to American busines
ses. Before joining Lumley in 1951
she had worked for various other
companies for up to $80,000 ayear,
she said.
She testified her lob provided
her with a $2,500 a month expense
account, an eight-bedroom house
in Washington, two Cadillacs and
three servants. She also main maintained
tained maintained a house at Franconia, N. H.
she said.
American lawyer John M. Kee-
sing, former president of two cor
porations that employed Mrs.
Brusset, testified that she was
friendly with eight to 10 ambas
sadors in America and also with
top people at the United Nations."
Coco Solo
Pool Notes
A new class has been added to
the Coco Solo swimming program,
which began on Monday. The new
class will be for pre school aqua aqua-tots
tots aqua-tots from the age of four rbi-ough
five years.
The new class will begin on
Wednesday and will held eicti
Monday and Wednesday at 9:30
a.m. Registrations for this class
may be made at the pool office.
The program and all classes and
activities are sponsored bv the
Divisions of Schools.

INVESTORS
- GUIDE

By SAM SHULSKY
Q. I'm 40. single. hav never
invested in the market. This
week I bought 25 and 40 share
amounts of Merck, Georgia Pa-
cinc, (teitril Telephon and
Thiokol. Are these right? Should
i mry more, or nold these?
A. I don t understand what
suddenly made you decide you
had to put about $8,000 into
the market after years of soing
no investing. (I can guess: you
couldn't take any more of the
boasting by the boys at the of
fice and decided you had to
get in, too.)
The four stocks you bought
are all good quality.
Thiokol is a wide mover, but It
is low now.
I think that over the long
pull you will make out all right,
In future, though, why not fol follow
low follow a regular, periodic purchase
program. At least in that way
you won't find yourself putting
thousands of dollars into the
market on a single day which,
it may later develop, represent
eo a nigh point.
Q. My husband is an Invalid
and we are retired on disability
plus income from some stocks.
In your opinion are these satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory for our purpose: Texas
Eastern Transmission, Western
States Telephone, D etc hum,
Koehring, Detroit Harvester,
International Textbook, General
Gas (no dividend intend to
sell when the price is right),
Central Electric, Rochester Tele Telephone
phone Telephone and West Coast Tele Telephone?
phone? Telephone? A. I havp some reservation on
these.
I can't find much about West Western
ern Western States Telephone. Detchum
and Koehring are fair although
likely to fluctuate more widely
than stocks you should hold.
I don't know what the "right
price" for General Gas is, but
if it is not paying dividends you
don't want it.
I am sending you a list of
suggested investments. I think
you might switch out of some
of those mentioned above, plus
any others yielding you less
than 4 1-2 per cent on current
market price, and put th pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds into some good grade mer merchandising
chandising merchandising and rail stocks put
the proceeds Jnfco .some eood
grade merchandising and rail
stocks where you should get
close to five per cent.
Q. I bought 20 shares steel
back in 1950. In 1958 I got 20
more from the split. If I sell
thes 20, is my profit 100 per
cent? How much tax would I
have to pay?
A. Your tax Is not 100 per
cent. In order to arrive at the
true cost of these shares you
divide the total cost of your o-
ginal 20 shares by 40. That
gives you the cost of the -shares
you want to sell. Take one-half
your long term gain and add
that to your income for tax
nurposes. If you are in the a a-bove
bove a-bove 50 per cent tax bracket,
figure the tax on this deal se
oarately at 25 per cent of the
total gain.
Q. I want to buv stock In the
$5 to $10 range. Would you re re-commend
commend re-commend some with good poten potential?
tial? potential? A. No.
Atomic Scientists
Test Radiation
Protection Of Homes
OAK RIDGE, Tenn. (UPI)
Oak Ridge scientists bombarded
a typical residence with radioac
tive waves here today in an
experiment to determine which
part of the house offered the most
protection from the waves.
A slug of cobalt 60, encased in
a stainless steel containered called
a "fish." was shot around and
over the evacuated residence In a
plastic tube.
Scientists stretched the tube
over the home of Mr. and Mrs
Charles Keller and attached it to
an air compressor.
The "fish" was then blown
around and over the house end
stopped and started at various
spots.
Inside Hie eight-room brown ce
ment home were radiation detee
tors known as dosimeters, and a
combination portable radio and
Geiger counter which scientists
said a citizen could carry around
with him to check radiation and
listen to the news in case of an
attack.
i
Dr. Robert L. Crosbie, deputy
assistant director of the Atomic
Energy Commission for radiation
protection, said the experiment
would contribute to a radiological
protection program suggested by
a special congressional committee
early this year.
From the recordings of the sci scientists
entists scientists said they could roughly de
termine1 which parts of the house
afforded tha most protection from
radiation, i '::
- The scientist' said six to eight
Oak Rldffe homes would be tested
in the experiment and the result's
of today's experiments wouia
be available tomorrow. Final re results
sults results of the other experiments are
expected Oct 1.

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Alleghany Corp
Aluminium Ltd
Amer Cyanamid
Amer Motors
Amer Tel and Tel
Anaconda Copper
Arkansas Fuel
AVCTO Mfg
Beth Steel
Bettinger Corp
Bicrqft Uranium
Blauknox
British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Eagle
Celanese
Cerro de Pasco
Chicago Great West
Chrysler
Cities Service
Costal Caribe
Colgate Palmolive
Colorado Fuel
Cons Electro Dynamics
Creole Pet
Crown Cork and Seal
Cuban Venezuelan Oil
Du Pont
El Paso Natural Gas
Faircbild Engine
Fargo Oil
Felmont Pet
General Dynamics
General Electria
General Motors
General Plywood
Gulf oa
Harsco Steel
Howe Sound
Imperial OH
Intl Pet
Lockheed
Magellan Pet
Montrose Chem
New Eng Tel and Tel
Northrop Air
Olin Mathieson
Pancoastal
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
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Royal Dutch Shell
San Jacinto
Servo Corp
Shell Transp
Signal Oil and ffias
Sinclair Oil
Socony Mobile
S perry Rand
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Relief Ace Art Kay 1
Hurls 3-Hit Shutout

In First As Starter I

NEW YORK, July 23 (UPI)-
Art Kay, Maimi's relief artist,
ctannoH Intn the WHWUal role ofi
starter last night and held R
Chester to two hits while his matal

took a 3-0 decision. V

A two-run homer by rosier
Castleman gave Kay his sixth ici
tory of the year and enabled thi
Marlins to close to within fiv
games of the International
League-leading Buffalo Bisons,.
Uovana tnnlr thp measure of' the
Bisons when Tony Gonalei hit
two-run homer in the eighth in
ning to beat Buffalo, 4-3. Tea wi
land, relieving in tne eigntn, pica
ed up his lotn victory.
Columbus outlasted Toronto in
a 12-9 slugfest as the two teams
pnmriined for 34 hits. Joe Ama-
liftonn aavn tVio Mania T.enfft a
9-8 lead in the seventh by virtue

a two-run homer, but tne jeis
swept back in their half of the
frnmo with three runs and added.

the cursher in the eighth.
Richmond tooK over xmn pwci
nn 7a rV Mnnrne'a aix-hitter Aat
downed Montreal, 8-L
Playground
Sports
BALBOA ARCHERY
Time is growing short for
archers at the Balboa gym. En Entrants
trants Entrants are beginning to be picked
for the all Zone Tournament t
be held in Coco Solo on August
12. Each gymnasium on the Zona
is allowed one boy apd one girl
entrant in each of the four age
groups.
In-choosing the Balboa entrant
me main iacior wui De mo con consistency
sistency consistency of the archer in turning

in high scores. I
The results of the third prell- I

minary tournament held on July l

16 are as follows:
Boys 16 George Cambjr (246)
Boys 14 John Cooke (233)
Boys Roark Summerford
(224)
Girls 12 Himla Cooke 208)(
Boya 11 James Scott (17S)
Girls 11 Grace Whitney (202)
Boys 10 Harry Whitney (130)
Boys 9 Ken Brogie (178)
Boys 8 Joey Dolan 1(62)
Girls 8 Anna Probsck (132)

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! MOSCOW. July 23 (UPI)

W i anti American blast irom Kaaio mwmw nau
' CI uds which had veiled the sky over Moscow when Premier Nikita Khrushchev returned from Warsaw earlier rn
tie day cleared about half an hour before the arrival of Nixon and his party. The temperature wa about 70. Khrush.
env was not in the welcoming party.
P However, Russias official welcome was cordial. First Deputy Premier Frol Koihov, who recently visited the Unit.

States expressed hope in a

'irtiudices nd misunderstandings" between the two countris.
Isdored' th c rim tension existing between the

Mi v An formal arrival
. u
rf promised that ne woum
it either

learn to live TOgemer or yv. win uic 's",m,

khrushchev, in a speech coin-
Sfthe United States of "Direct
35Vr7.ppnr in the Soviet union
Mf""
He was reier-
iMernal ansit.
$f tothe -Captive Nations
JRimed by': Preside! hisen-
Twffew hours, earlier, a Radio
lJClew .,.,.,, n,e same
Moscow broadcast (
..irt had chained
that certain
in the United Slates were
t$ff to force their dictates on
the entire world. pravrtfl
The Communist organ Prayda
,cCused the United States yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, of new anti-Soviet provocat provocat-tions
tions provocat-tions and reminded Nixon of he
"Latin
greeted
sticks ano sioncs ........
him .in South America
last year.
Curious Russians crowded the
airport waiting rooms, pushing
we to the windows to get a
ttimpto of the U.S. officii par paraxon
axon paraxon apparently was undismay undismayed
ed undismayed by the flurry of new Soviet at attacks
tacks attacks on U.S. policies.
ir.ciint Kisenhower, who con-
rrrf with Nixon for 40 minutes
yesterday morning, told a news
foponrP he did not see any re-
latinnehin between Nixon's visit
wul sharp Soviet reaction to Ei
aenbower's recent "captive na
tidhs" proclamation.
iNixon himself showed no un un-'Huo
'Huo un-'Huo concern over a Khrushchev
tteUment Tuesdey night express
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 21
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared bv tbe Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
(TEMPERATURE:
'.High 7
85
76
93
82
Low
74
HUMIDITY:
High ....
Low
98
70
WIND:
(max. mph)
RAIN (inches)
w n
.06
N 18
.11
VifATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) 81
82
1 LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Catun Lake 83.16
JMadden Dam 212.28
BALBOA TIDES
FRIDAY, JULY 24
High
Time
6:48 a.m.
7:03 p.m.
Ht.
16.fi ft.
15.9 ft.
Low
Time
Jfc?:22 a.m.
' 12:48 p.m.
Ht.
-0.4 ft.
0.6 ft.
TODAY! 75c. 4Cc.
:35, 3:25, 5:20. 7:10, 9:00 p.m.
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welcoming speecn max m

between the two countries.

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ing puiile merit over the vice
president! ; "aim" in visiting
Russia, Nixon told newsmon
Khrushchev should know it ws
a goodmrill trip.
"l'mifputzled as to why he is
pu.le4," he added with a laugh.
Nixdh( who ;is prepared to dia dia-cuss
cuss dia-cuss "any major issues" with
KhruShcriev, was hopeful that his
talks would help "clear the sir."
But both he and Eisenhower em emphasized
phasized emphasized he would do no nego negotiating.
tiating. negotiating. The Soviet criticism of the 'July
17 presidential proclamation of
this week as captive nations week,
described as the sharpest ii
months appeared in Pravda with
the charge that the U.S. was plot
ting a new and provocative
Soviet campaign.
The Communist Party paper
said the Soviet people will bo
"on guard" during Nixon's staV
because of the proclamation.
Khrushchev also noted the pro proclamation
clamation proclamation in a Warsaw speech
last night and said, "we think the
only enslaved countries are the
capitalistic ones." Of the Nixon
visit he said, "i suppose he has
good intentions. I cannot under understand
stand understand one thing. What is his aim?"
Eisenhower said Nixon's trip
was a long-planned "goodwill ges gesture".
ture". gesture". t repay the recent visit
here Soviet Deputy Kfol'R. Koz Koz-lov.
lov. Koz-lov. s
He said that while Khrushchev
will determine the "character" of
the talks with Nixon, he hoped
th vice president will be able "to
show the temper and feelings -!
the American people more accur accurately
ately accurately probably than a casual vi visitor
sitor visitor here could do."
As for the captive nation decla declaration,
ration, declaration, Eisenhower said the
Soviets "don't admit" there are
any captive nations and present
a picture "that we know It dis distorted
torted distorted and is untrue."
Vicfor Herr To Be
Honored Tomorrow
By Carnival Junta
Canal Zone music teacher Vic Victor
tor Victor Herr will be guest of honor to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening at a special meet meeting
ing meeting of the Paniuna Carnival Jun Junta.
ta. Junta. At the meeting. Herr, a mem member
ber member of the Canal Zone Carnival
Junta who is leaving for the
States shortly, will he officially
commissioned by the junta and
Mayor Heliodoro 1'atifio to gath gather
er gather information regarding Ihe an annual
nual annual Mardi Cras celebration in
New Orleans. I. a., for possible use
during next year's Carnival cele celebration.
bration. celebration. Members of the press and ra radio
dio radio have been invited to Ihe meet meeting
ing meeting which will he held at the Ca-
sa net t'eriodisia.
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For Nixon's Arrival

Atmosphere

Nixon landed here today in clear, balmy wheather, but an

vice priuni. i.uj
Talking to newsmen after his
pre-departure White House meet meeting,
ing, meeting, Nixon said he was given
"guidance" on possible subjects
that might come up and wis pre-:
pared to discuss any major is issues
sues issues which have arisen between
out two governments or might
arise."
It was understood from other
sources that Eisenhower would not
be surprised if Khrushchev took
advantage of the Nixon talks to
transmit some new cold-war pro proposal.
posal. proposal. In that event, Nixon would
askuhe White House for instmc instmc-tionsV
tionsV instmc-tionsV Nixonaid it was not easy to
pin point vany one cause of
cold
I war f An ci Ana Unf Via caU uiauM
But be said
ao ine Desi ne coma to correct
any Soviet "misapprehensions
any miscalculations."
or
Controversial
Scenes Removed
From US Show
MOSCOW (UPI) Controversial
scenes Showing Negro eues.ti at a
White couple's wedding were mis.
sing yesterday from the rehear
sal of a fashion show to be staged
at the forthcoming American ex
hibition here. But rock'n' roll
number was kept in the show.
The show's writer-producer,
Burt Shevelove, said the omis
sion had "nothing to do" with the
protest made by 40 American
fashion editors following a pre
view in the United States recent
ly.
He explained that the changes
were made "because the show';
was too long and it was neres
sary to cut."
"Teen agers rock 'n' rolling
to an Elvis Presley record were
included, the producer said
"because these helathy, exuber
ant youngsters are not 'crazy
gone' people and Elvis Presley
sells millions of records in the
United States He must thereofre,
be typically American.
Forty seven non professional
models, take part in the show.
They rehearsed surrounded by a
group of workmen still hammer
ing on the runway located under
a plastic canopy near the exhibi
tion entrance
Correspondents touring the site
agreed it appeared highly unlike
ly thai the exhibition would be
completely ready by tomorrow
night's opening lime.
One obstacle to fast completion
of the exhibition was the display
of 23 new American cars. Each
time a new car was uncrated, all
the Russian workmen downed
their tools and cluttered around
to pape.
"It's just like a new car lot
said an American official.

Vv U Hi If It FP4t

HULA HOOP Remember the hula hoop? Well, here's what hap-
discarded hoops in Vincennes, Indiana. Matron Pansy Summers
for vines she planted at the Knox County Orphanage.

Spam

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.United States and Russia,

'we have reached the point where we

Press Plane
Sets Recqrd
To Moscow
MOSCOW, July 83 (UPI) A
menca biggest commercial let
liner today streaked non stop
from New York to Moscow in the
reco'rd time of 8 hours and 45
minutes.
The flight of the "Intercontinen
tal version of the Boeing 70T
knocked 63 minutes off the flying
time of the Russian TU-114 prop
je that set the previous New
York-Moscow record when Soviet
First Deputy Premier Frolk Kos-
lov returned to Russia earli
this month.
The new record was set by a
Pan American World Airways jet
liner, under charter to th U.S.
State Department, carrying
persons, most of them American
newsmen assigned to cover Vice
President Richard M. Nixon'i 11 11-day
day 11-day tour of Russia.
The record-breaking flight began
last night at 10:35 p.m. when the
Boeing 707 took off from Idlewild
International Airport in New York
The giant jetliner arrived over
Moscow at 7:20 a.m. circled for
seven minutes before getting land
ing clearance, and two minute?
later, at 7:29 a.m. was on th?
ground.

Former Interior Secretary

Douglas McKay Dies At 66

SALEM, Ore. (UPI) Douglas
McKay, 66, former interior secre
tary who rose from a newspaper
boy to become Oregon s second
cabinet officer in history", died
yesterday.
McKay passed away at 8:25
a.m. in a local hospital
wheYe he had been undergoing
treatment since July 13 for a re recurrence
currence recurrence of a heart ailment. His
illness was complicated by kidney
trouble and he spent most of his
last lew days in an oxygen tent.
At his death he was chairman
of the U.S. section of the Inter International
national International Joint Commission, which
has the job of deciding upon joint
use of water resources belonging
to both the United States and Can Canada.
ada. Canada. The former Oregon governor
and lifelong Republican recently
suffered a heart setback and spent
about two weeks in Waller Reed
Hospital in Washington, D.C. He
attended the dedication of the St

Yanks

Fur-Coated Females Imported FromlStates

150

To Squeal Scientifically On SckrSrckBafs

One hundred and fifty preg
nant females, all traveling on the
the same flight, recently esta
blished some sort of record, con
sidering all the airlines rules
covering just such travel.
Despite the long trip, they
aeemed to enjoy the flight. Im Immediately
mediately Immediately after arrival the travel
lers 130 pregnant Swiss albino
mice went to work for the
Health Bureau, In the Division of
Veterinary Medicine, where they
have important roles in the bat
rabies research work being con
ducted there.
This is the first tuch ship shipment
ment shipment received for the survey
program, said Dr. R. G. Mathe
ney, chief of the division. A
check had been made on the most
reliable breeders of mice in
the United States before the or
der-was placed in New York and
living up to the recommends
tions that had preceded them
the 150 Swiss albinos arrived m
wonderful health.
None delivered during the
course of the long air trip, but
they had barely reached the
Canal Zone before first one tadY
mouse and then another, in r'pid

Jew-Hating Youth Confesses
Arson At Columbus Museum

COLUMBUS, Ga. (UPI)-An 18-year-old
youth, reportedly a
known "hater of Jews" and an
avid follower of the Nazi doc
trines of Adolf Hitler," has con
fessed setting fire to the Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Museum of Arts and Crafts,
police disejosed yesterday.
Columbus Police Chief E. F.
Moncrief said Richard Renka, who
recently moved to Columbus from
Atlanta, also admitted painting
Nazi swastikas in the museu ii
THI UNINVITED
WINONA, Miss. (UPI) Little
Mary Bryan had one too many
guests at her third birthday par party
ty party durine the week end. A 10-foot
king snake joined the festivities
in the living room. A neighbor
clobbered ti.e uninvited gue s t
with a baseball bat.
Lawrence Seaway and then re
turned here to see his doctor
After medical tests he went to his
beach home at Neskowin, Ore.
and was there less than 24 hours
when he became seriously ill and
was returned to the hospital here.
His wife, Mabel, was at his bed
side when death came.
McKay was President Eisenhow
er s surprise choice for interior
secretary shortly after the 1952
election. He suffered his only de
feat at the polls in 1956 after he
nad resigned irom the cabinet to
run against one-time Republican
Wayne Morse lor the U.S. enate.
He became interested in politics
early in life and was freshman
class president at Oregon tate
College in 1913. Subsequently he
became mayor of Salem, a state
senator and finally governor. He
held the latter position when Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower summoned him to the
cabinet.
He was the first man from Ore Oregon
gon Oregon to be named to the cabinet
since George H. Williams, then
mayor of Portland, was named at attorney
torney attorney general by President Ulys Ulysses
ses Ulysses S. Grant.
McKay, who was everely wound wounded
ed wounded in the first world war, met Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower shortly after the latter
returned from Europe. He wr
one of the first governors to call
for Eisenhower's nomination a
the 1952 Republican convention. A
delegate to the same convohl:n"
was Morse, then an Eisenhower
supporter.
Economics Prof
To Give Address
At 1 1 A Meeting
Dr. William P. Dillingham,
professor of economics at Flori Florida
da Florida State University, will address
the Institute of Internal Auditors
at its monthly dinner meeting to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at the Tivoli Guest
House.
His subject will be government
finance and inflation. Following
undergraduate work at the Uni University
versity University and held professorships
at the University of Florida and
Florida State University.
The Institute meeting will
commence with a cocktail hour
at 6 followed by dinner a 7
William J. Powell, president of
the ljjpal chapter, has announced
thatfwives and guests are invit invited.
ed. invited. RiDS WANT PILLOWS
MOSCOW (UPI) Uneasy lie
the .heads of too many Muscovites
because of a shortage of pillows;
a newspaper complained todav.
The paper Moscow Pravda said
people must wait months before
they can buy a pillow and then
fi-id that 'hey "smell so much of
feathers they virttually' cacide."

succession, began to present
Matheney with baby mice. The
first litter numbered 13, which is
a little unusual, in local mouse
circles, where normal produc
tion is five to ten in a litter.
Matheney explained that Swiss
ttlKirvrt mire arp used in research

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worn connecieu wnn ibuics w
cause they are small, require lit little
tle little cage space, do n,ot need a
great amount of food, breed ra rapidly,
pidly, rapidly, are hardy; are not expen expensive
sive expensive to acquire or maintain and,
above all, they are susceptible to
the rabies yirus.
In the eourse of ttie hat rabies
survey, five mice are required
for each bat tested. When a bat
suspected of rabies is brought in,
the Division of Veterinary Me Medicine
dicine Medicine examines its brain for e e-vidence
vidence e-vidence of rabies. However,
many bats, although actually ra rabid,
bid, rabid, do not show evidence of
infection, and this is where the
the white mice come into the re research
search research picture.
When rabies is suspected in a
bat. but is not evident in the
course of examination, further
tests are conducted in the mice.
and at two Jewish synagogues
here last week.
He said the youth has been
charged with second and third de degree
gree degree arson for the $50,000 blaze
at the museum last Saturday
night.
The statement by the police
chief was released simultaneously
to newsmen in Columbus and
Atlanta. Moncrief and Detective
Capt. C.R. Adair were in Atlanta
where the youth was believed
held.
The fire at the museum and the
swastika paintings at the two
Jewish houses of worship were
linked by Columbus police. It was
at firs tbelieved that "thrill seek
ing" vandals celebrated a paint
brush swastika campaign against
Jewish synagogues by buildin ga
bonfire of 165 valuable paintings
and other art exhibits in the mu museum.
seum. museum. A half dozen Nazi swastikas
were smeared on the museum
walls In ink and charcoal.
Last Wednesday and again Fri
day, swastikas were smeared in
yellow paint at the synagogues.
Smoke from the burned paint
ings caused an estimated $40,000
damage to the interior of the
building. Some $15,000 damage
was done to tne paintings ann an
objects, most of them tradition
works by contemporary Georgia
artists.
Gov. Ernest Vandiver posted a
$500 reward Monday for the ap
prehension of the persons respon
sible for the acts of vandalism.
He said he was "indignant" about
the incident and would "offer
everv assistance the state may
provide in ferreting out the perpe perpetrators
trators perpetrators of this demented act."
The Columbus City Commission
and the museum's directors post posted
ed posted rewards totaling $2,000 and
private citizens contributed an another
other another $800.
ALCOHOLIC TENDS BAR
LONDON (UPI) The govern government
ment government labor office said in a report
today that it couldn't under understand
stand understand why it had failed in its ef efforts
forts efforts to get Jimmy Dart, 44, an
alcoholic, resettled in a new job.
The new job the labor office got
Dart was that of a bartender.
CENTRAL
RELEASE!
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Shows: 1:15, 3:03,
5:01, 6:59, 8:57 pm
JAMES CAGNEY
SHIRLEY JONES
co-starring:
ROGER SMITH
CARA WILLIAMS
The guya and
molls...
The ong and
fun of the
toughest mile
in the world.

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If the disease was present 5n
the bat but not demonstrable mi microscopically,
croscopically, microscopically, the mouse test Yftll
reveal this,, ''usually within 15
days. .;
Mice that are four, weeks old
are prefatvod -fdr the teats. Bet
ween 59 and 7S vfcats will be
proceisedr aeb. weekr' And r-with
five whit. mice, needed fer each
bat processed, the number of
white mice required, in this re re-sea
sea re-sea rch workcn reach near-astronomical
heights. Howover the
white mice cooperate with scU
once by breeding faft iThe get.
tetion period la about 21 day,
and in 21 day the baby mice
can be weaned. As a general
rule, each female's litter num numbers
bers numbers from fho to ten, and se several
veral several littlers a year are nor normal.
mal. normal. The white mice families are
housed in little "cottages" with
piped water. The "cottages" are
really stainless steel boxes with
wire tops, made in Panama af after
ter after a design used in the States.
A water bottle is affixed to the
wire top of each box and a
tube is attached to the bottle's
stopper. The tube is inserted
through the wire top, down Into
the cage, and the white mice oc
cupants then have to merely
touch their mouths to the tube
to quench their thirst.
While they were in transit this
neat arrangement wasn't practi practical
cal practical so, instead, the mice travel
lers were given halves of mt.
toes Or cucumbers, both vexrpta.
The pecan tree is a strictly
North American tree, a mem'
ber of the hickory family. It
occurs as a large native tree
near river bottoms In the!
southern U.S. and Mexico.j
Pecans have a higher food
value than any other nut. With
proper care, a pecan tree will
bear annually from 100 to!
1,000 pounds of nuts. The nuts,
are dried and cured by spread-'
ing them out in layers, four!
to five inches thick, in a well-j
ventilated room. I
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SANDRA DEE
SUSAN KOHNER
ROBERT ALDA
JANITA MOORE
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a source of food, fa th same-
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Besides th rdef f th etaio.
less steel eagea'tbat, went to fa
nama for construction, th ; arrti';
val of the Albino mice familiea
has resulted -in- .the local pur
chase of rke huilg,,. which hay
been found to be' more practical
ble thaC straw or! wood gnavingr
uq UL( tUVlhUHl A Ue
cages.',, .ni.i 'ft
Breeding pelleis fere Insj
white mice. th pellets supply!
msr air sHieir food heodi, inelu.'?,
ing vitamin. v i
Before the mice arrived from!
the States, "the. Division of Veto
rinary Medicine had been give.
some white mic by th Middle
American Respnrch TTnit mrl thi'
Gorgas Memorial Laboratory, and'
these Were -used for processing!
the rfirstf bats called for survey.
work. The Division of Veterinarjf
Medicine has, on-order 25 prtfrf ;
mant Swiss albino mice per week.
ior a penoa oi ix weeas. 'TO
KiliM tin fliA AiilAfin vtIiImU V
1
off limits- to all cats.
White Man Jailed 1
For Entrance I
lit Wegrb Cafe
COLUMBUS, Miss:?CUPI) AM
Alabama white- man was under a
three-month, .jail sentence today
for entering Negro cafe and re
fusing to leavtv 1
George Cornenus Guthrie, 40, a
truck driver front Bessemer, Alai,
was sentenced and fined $100
today in a justice ef th peac
court for trespassing.
Two Negroes who entered th
cafe with him Saturday night also
received sentences. James Ear?
Tate of Noxubee County, Missi
and George Ames of Columbus
were asked to leave because if
was -heheved they brought th
white man in.' t
Ame$ drew three months for
trespassing, fate drew a $275, fin
and six -months for trespassing;
disturbing the peace, and having
no driver' license.
Guthrie told the court he em
tered the cafe believing ft had a
partition' and served whites on on
side and Negroes oh the other, T
"Central" to Project
"THE TEN
COMMANDMENTS"
In response to numerous
requests, Cecil B. DeMille's
last production, "THEI TEN
COMMANDMENTS,' will be
exhibited In the ''CENTRAl"
Theatre beginning next
Wednesday, July t9th.
TODAY
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