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Let th.9 psopls knotc the truth cnd.ths country is tafe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P, FRIDAY, JUNE 17. 1958
10o Hike Is Work
For Payroll Branch
Tha rtctnt pay increase w
Jubilantly rteaivad by Canal
classified and poital workers
'means a tremandovt olum of
t work for employe In tha offica
s of tha Comptroller, tspadially
for thota In tha Payroll.
; Branch whoro tho actual chacka
,. aro mado out.
' Payroll (Branch employes were
hard at work this week and will
put tn considerable overtime dur-
'fng the weekend on the prepara-
k tion of the regular pay,, checks
due the week of July 7 as well
as the retroactive pay checks cx-
' pected sometime before the fol following
lowing following regular pay day.
'The pay check due the -week
of July 7 will be the first to re reflect
flect reflect the ten per cent pay in increase
crease increase for the two groups of em employes.
ployes. employes. ;''
- Tharo will bo a slight differ-
once in tho amount of tho pay
chocks lor tho rt two pay
riodsbeeause of a change ef effective
fective effective June M in the method
' of computation established in
,the pay raise legislation, tho
, Office of th Comptroller; an-.
, nouncod. -
"' The difference wijl be slight
; and will occur only. in the pay
r checks delivered during July. Af
er that, the bi-weekly pay, will be
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V- T 'hmus have
. In ob
.. of the 100th ami
versary of the birth of the famous
rnai hiii rtpr. Malor oenerai
George .Washington Goethals.
The wreath will be placed by
Canal Zone -W.E. Potter at the
marbl? memorial ,t the head of
the Prado in Balboa. A prayer will
be offered by the Rev. Edwin
C. Webster, Assitant to the Dean
of St. Luke's Epicopal Cathedral
In addition to the many offi officials
cials officials expected to attend, the en engineering
gineering engineering professions will be well
represented. Three professional en-
. gineering grouos will be Tepre Tepre-sented
sented Tepre-sented These include the' local
. kt or nf the American Society
erf rivil Eneineers. the Society of
American Military Engineers,
and the National Society of Pro Professional
fessional Professional Engineers. 4
While no Individual invitations
have been Issued for the. cere ceremony,
mony, ceremony, Potter is speciallv desirous
th.t th nlH-timers of the Can'
rniT.tlAn now retired ,. feel
welcome. There are many Canal
. iitirin-t.lftrt dav employes Bull on
the Isthmus and aicordial invita invitation
tion invitation has been extended to them
t.tonil and oay homegei to
v Gen Goethals.'
-Gen. Goethals known beast as
"The Colonel' to man tnousanas
. f Canal construction employes,
"was born in Brooklyn ," 100 years
ago Sunday. His service" with the
ran! Betfan Aoril 1. 1907: when
be became' chairman and ; chief
nffinppr of the Isthmian Canal
Commission.' After completion of
; the job seven years later ne was
appointed and served three years
as the lirsi governor.
Thi offense, of making loud and
unusual noise, thereby wilfully and
maliciously disturbing peace and
quiet, netted two Panamanians a
$25 fine each1 at Balboa Magis Magistrates
trates Magistrates Court today.
They are Genavo Arroyo, 31,
and Daniel Morales. 56, The
both tilesded not euilty. The of-
fpnsn wait said to have been com
mitted vesterdav at the gate of
Pier 18 at Balboa.
Lem Jesus Kirkland, 18, was
' fined $15 for a traffic violation
at the Balboa Teen Club on June
13. -He was said to have backed
unsafely in the narking area of
Brltton Detfosta Worrell, 40, Pa
namanian, was fined $5 lor driv driving
ing driving a bus at night without the 1
cense plate being clearly illumi
nated so as to be visible at a dis
tance ol 60 feet.
; A fine of $1 was imposed on
Clemeny Augustus Jones, 35, Pa
ra'fl.'nian, for parking his bus
. "5i,ajwr,a,bus i terminai. Tne
bus was in the Balboa YM A
par.ting lot. Jones pleaded not
hMf?hi!b7mJ l?I5.l0W. "n1"?5! PJalro1.1 Branc' mPye w&o n working- overtime and probably will put in considerable mire overtime
Stb10fpreVchenyt SSffiK emVoTp We" "gUlar Py CteCk8 d"e the WCek 7 J the
Youn j 6uatem:!:n
Ccntrrl Anrrit: On
e Paiii American Union is vis-
Panama during a tour, of
Central America with the aim of
promoting' the ideals of the PAII
fostering political stability,
peace, economic rroeress and in
creased i standards of livine
throughout the hemisphere. v
He. is Mario de Leon BarzolU,
28, chief of the promotion Section
of 'the PAU Division of: Publica Publications.,
One of the particular tasks' of
nis tour is to promote the hiaga hiaga-rme
rme hiaga-rme Americas, published by the
Tonight he will appear on CI'N
Television with Dr.' Carlos Arose Arose-mena
mena Arose-mena representative in Panama of
the Organiza.iott of American
States, the body 4 which controls
the Pan American Union. They
will be interviewed 'on the work
of, the OAS,
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- Barzolli is arranging for an ex exhibition
hibition exhibition in the near future of all
the publications of the" PAU in
Panama. It will -be held at the
Casa del Periodista at the inwta inwta-tionof
tionof inwta-tionof the. president of N e w s s-men's
men's s-men's Union, Guillermo Belefio; ;
uanoiu saia loaay "my mis mission
sion mission has been very successful- so
tar, People m Panama have show.
ed a great deal of interest in our
He said the Union has insti
Wes all over Latin America for
promoting and teaching aBricul-
ture, techiucal science andt each-
mg. mere is also the Inter A-
mertcan Indian i Institute, whose
aim was teaching Indians to take
a fuller part in national life. This
often necessitates teaching them
Spanish as a first sten.1'
: The Pan American. Sanitary Bu
reau is also administered by the
PAU and one of its -outstanding
successes has been the eradication
of foot and mouth disease in the
TWO WORKERS for. the Pan American Union discuss a cam campaign
paign campaign in Panama to Interest 'people in the work of their or organization.
ganization. organization. On the left is Dr. Carlos Arosemena, the Panama
representative of the Organization ,of American States, which
.administers the Pan American -Union.. His companion la Mario
de Leon Barzolli chief of the Promotion Section of the PAU's
Publications Division.. Tonight they will air their views over
CI'N television. '
Uro:d By AFL-CID
WASHINGTON (UPI), The
AFL-CIO urged Congress today
to approve su vast expansion in
Social Security benefits, includ including
ing including higher cash payments and
free hospital and surgical, care
for retired folks. f
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To finance this, the big labor
union proposed sharply higher So.
cial : Secutiry taxes on: covered
workers and .their' employers. It
advocated tax increases ranging
up to $71.50: a year for employes
and, $105.75 a year for self-employed
persons ; earning as much
as $6,000 a year. t"
The recommendations were out.
lirted in testimony prepared by
AFL CIO Social Security Direc
tor Ne'son H. Cruikshank for the
House Ways and Means Committee-'
, The committee is considering a
variety of proposals for revamp revamp-ing
ing revamp-ing the Social Security system.
The administration : has recom.
mended no major changes
Spokesman for business groups
and the insurance industry have
urged Congress to turn thumbs
down on proposals 1 to .increase
benefits -'.and taxes. x f? s:"f.
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- Nevertheless." the "Democrat
controlled committee probably will
approve next month a bill calling
for at least some modest increas.
es in benefits coupled with some
increase in taxes to pay for it.
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llew Commander In Chief Arrives
; Maja Gen. Charles- L. Da?her,
new commanaing general, oi
U.S. Army Caribbean, will ar
rive on the Isthmus tomorrow
aboard the USNS Ojetha's.
A welcomine party including:
Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogdon de
puty comma sdi n s general,
U8ARCARIB; and Mrs. Ogden;
and the aslstant chiefs of stall,
G-l, G-2, G-3 and G-4 and
their wives, will cross the Isth
mus to greet the. general at
Cristobal. ; ,
Accompanying Dasher here
will be Mrs. Dasher; Capt. and
Mrs. Robert A. Hyatt and their
three-year-old son. Kobert. who
are the Dashers' son-in-lav,
daughter and grandson Hyatt
Is on leave.
. The welcoming group will join
Dasher and his party for the
trip to the Pacific side on the
The new commanding e?r.er.il
will be feted with a composite
honors guard upon his arrivui
at Ff adquarters, U3AK0AI!:P,
at Fort Amador. This ceremony
is ..scheduled for 10:45 an. to to-r.itr.
r.itr. to-r.itr. icm.:,4i;J:'. ''- -j
The honor guard will consist
of. troops from the laj BafJe
Group, 20th Infantry and the
784th AAA Battalion. n-gun-sulute
will be fired by D Bat Battery
tery Battery dl the 764th, from FJat FJat-menco
menco FJat-menco Island.- Music will be
No Kid's Came
LONDON' (UPI)-Norman Ood.
frey Winter charged in court here
Wednesday that four men tortured
him by playing tic.tac-toe on his
chest with a razor blade, o : i
.Winter charged -the .four men
tortured him aUer he refined to
tell them where his girl friend's
mother kept her money,
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Official Welcome Ready
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furnished by ; the 79on Army
The general's schedule Men-
day begins : with a command
briefing attended by chiefs of
general and special staff : sec sections
tions sections and major subordinate
dommanders. He also will call
on Lt. Gen. Rldgely Gaither,
commander In chief, Caribbean
Command; canal Zone Gov.
William E. Potter; the ad in interim
terim interim Charge d'Affaire3 of the
U.s. Embassy R. Austin Acly and
Panama's President Ernesto de
la Guardia Jr......
Wednesday ? Dasher will be
briefed by the G-l, G-2, G-3,
G-4, Military Missions and
Comptroller sections. That eve evening
ning evening a. reception at the Fort
Amador Officers' Club will Le
held in his honor.
A command dismounted, mo motorized
torized motorized and aerial review will
be conducted for General Dash Dasher
er Dasher at Fort Kobbe Thursday
morning at 10 o'clock.
Slated For 17 -West
Point Crads 1
Seventeen graduates of the Unit
ed States Military Academy at
Wes. Point, N.Y., class of 1958,
are tentatively scheduled for as assignments
signments assignments in U.S. Army Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, Headquarters, USARCARIB
announced tins week.
Their arrival dates are spread
from December of this year to
v Fifteen of the graduates arc
scheduled for duly with the 1st
Battle Group, 20th Infantry, one
with- the Signal Service- at Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights and one with the U.S.I
Army, Forces Antilles and Milita Military
ry Military District of Puerto Rico..
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. Dasher was assigned to Head Headquarters,
quarters, Headquarters, u.s. Army Europe in
August 1955. In July 1957 ne be became
came became chief, of staff, "USAREUR,
and subsequently was named
oeputy commander la chief.
TW A Wwrm . ..
uoAiuun. Bervins- in i rvt. nsf-
tion until his aslenmerit n
commanding general, U.S. Army
Caribbean this June.
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FRANK D. MILLER Jr. receives the oath of enlistment from his
father, Col. Frank D. Miller, acting chief of staff, J-4, Caribw
bean Command. Frank enlisted In the U.S. Army Reserve on
Monday.-On Wednesday night he received word that he has
been granted a Presidential appointment to the United States
Military Academy at West Point. He will represent the sixth
generation of his family to attend the Academy, lie leaves for
west foint this afternoon by
n Orienie Coast
HAVANA, June 27 (UPH An
raided the American-owned Moa Boy mining properties
ori the north coast of, Orients province last night and
Munupcu u Americans ana
i ney were identified in
personnel of the Freeport:
nc jnare i-orporarion and
One of the Americans
project consultant from the
i ine woa Day company
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i uuiiiuuiiv uiesciiLiv im
The combanv presently Is en.
Kased in construction of a 75
million dollar sulphrurlc acid
plant for the. extraction of
nickel and cobalt. -,
The U.S. Embassy in Havana
disclosed that It has ordered
consul Park Wollom to proceed
to Moa Bay from Santiago de
Cuba,:on the south coast, where
he is stationed.
A tentative list? of 4he Amer-.'
leans kidnaped' included' Jl.-ft;
"chussler, 'A Mr RDs j ,.7ms
Best, and Edwia CordevU of
the Moa Bay company; hP.
Tflieder, the University of Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota consultant; A. A. Cham
berlaln and Roman Cecilllan, of
the, Frederick: Snare Organiza
tion;, : and three men named
Cannon, Roach and Salmonson.
all of the Stebbens Corpora
The- Canadian was Identified
as H. J. Christianson.
- Orlente province,' where the
kidnaplngs took place, has been
the center of activity for rebel
forces headed by Fidel Castro
Disposes Of Ammo
100 Miles Away :
An 11-man explosive ordnance
disposal team from the USARCA USARCARIB
RIB USARCARIB Ordnance Section boarded the
USS Paiute with -, approximately
400 tons of unserviceable or ex.
cess ammunition Wednesday neith,
Their job is to dump the ammo
approximately 100 miles out to sea
out of. the shipping lanes beyond
the continental shelf in wafer 800
to 1,000 fathoms deep,: ):'.;;; y. '.j
Included Jn the total are 11 tons
of bombs and 29 tons Of small arms
ammo. The remainder, of the load
75mm skysweeper ammunition.
Heading the crew is First Lt. Ro
bert J Earl. The other ; members
are: Sfc. Ralph H. Harris, Sp 6
Thomas Duritza, Sp-6 Malcolm MUn
son, Sgt. J. C. Johnson, Sp-5 Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin Bourne, Sp-S Milton Towns.
USp-4 Jose Maymi Garcias, Sp 4
Four D. C. West, and Pfc. Gerald
S. Fargnoli and Eugene G. Levi.
first reoorN n t-liHni
Sulphur Company, the Frede-
the Mebbins Corporation.
kidnanerf wnc AtnMA I,
University of Minnesota.
is a subsidiary of Freeport
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, w utciiuiuw U1S
government of President Ful Ful-gencio
gencio Ful-gencio Batista. .
Some 2000 Cubans are -employed
in the Moa Bay project,
with the foreigners employed
in a supervisoiy capacity. ...
On C'!:r:i!j Fc:,..';
- Margarita will probably be the
only Canal Zone community to
celebrate the Fourth of July
wiin uaaiuoruu iireworss dis display,
play, display, according to rhomas L.
Sellers, geheral .'chairman, of
the committee for, the Atlantic
side community., iv-, . ;;
tseuers. announced today that
plans for the occasion are near near-ing
ing near-ing completion for a fuQ day
of fun for the younger citiaens.
wiin ine assistance of the
Margarita Recreation As.avii.
tion, the shipping companies,
veterans organizations, Maj.
Brent,-MaJ. Knolte, Capt. tobel,
Gil Morland and many Others,
ww uay win inciuae games for
children and adults, ;a s parade,
patriotic exercises, a speech by
Gov. Potter, band concert fr
movies for children, klddy-kar
rides, boat rides, fire-engine
rides and the fireworks, in the
early evening.' j
Tne Cristobal Yacht Club
plans to hold "boen hou.v
sponsoring the boat rides, raerm
and water skiing. The Mavea Mavea-rita
rita Mavea-rita ii Recreation Assocla tion
sponsoring the games and many
prizes will be given- for the skill
aisDiayea py ooth adults and
To defray the cost of the
fireworks, ticket sare on sale
for $1 at service centers, and
commissaries ,and by the Bir!.
of. Girls State and ladies nf
the veteran's organization aux auxiliaries.
iliaries. auxiliaries. Ticket sare also on sale
at the Fort Guiick reservation
by the different organizations.
l!c7 Tour Jy$l:ni
- WASHINGTON, June" 27 (UPI)
-The Defense Department has
announced a new system of uni uniform
form uniform tours of duty for service servicemen
men servicemen and their families station stationed
ed stationed overseas. (
The chief change in (he new
pattern cut the tour of duty is
Korea from 16 to 12 months. A
Pentagon statement said, this
was aimed at "minimizing;' the
hardships of service in : that
The new schedule was .an .announced
nounced .announced yesterday. In general,
it calls for-36-month service for
personnel accompanied py de dependents,;,
pendents,;, dependents,;, and 24 'months for
those not so accompanied in
"more favorable areas."
Where climatic conditions, re remoteness
moteness remoteness or other factors make
stations "less favorable," tie
tours are considerably shorter.
For, example, only a 12-momh
stay is required in the Aleu Aleu-tianSi
tianSi Aleu-tianSi some South Pacific is islands,
lands, islands, Greenland, Iceland and
various points In Africa and the
Middle and Far East. f
The Pentagon statement a,id
no decision has been : reached
on 'a Marine Corps request that
fleet marines in the Far East
be exempted from the new uru uru-orm
orm uru-orm tours.
THE PANAMA A'lirr.ICAN AN rNDLTEXDrXT DAILY XZIVSPAPFS
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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THIS IS TOUR FORUM THt READERS OWN COLUMN
Tke Mj In k pa Unm fa rwaaie ef T aanu AnwkM.
letter in Ncmri tnNfltt aa4 art haee'lee m eeatHieiitial
It m ceatribate lttii don't be Impatient it eeaaat tpeeaf
til ay. Litwi are pvalishfe' ia the er4e eceive4.
- PImm try re keep the lattan limited re ana paie lenatii.
- Meat nti writers Je haM hi trrtctett eaatidaaea 1
. -" Tkit twtMP' mmmm na reipeatieilitv atetemeate ar epmrem
expreiMd 4a Utttn. ham raaeera.
THE MAIL BOX
REAL COOLIE, MAN
wi... su aw. jiic di
nuai. u -
Dlis ptuwe oon'l uetd a; JU percent raise, iney ueeu J-"
cent reduction in wages; Hoes Castillo want to be branded as a Com Com-SnKi
SnKi Com-SnKi tor something decent? He had better-be careful,
, i ...ni k. .ctino fnr hi.4 nlnod soon.
or itep. im riHuu r'-lrBBnij tn live like
Doesn t tasuuo reame u...
j.7.1ErT;7S. workers Bloatins and plan-
jum wtv u
nin how vasteluliy tney are going w bucuu -y.
I l many luxurious. m &SiSM
meet ou- saipry eucwueu vi
tt' SSeW no" ms?n wo
.,... un ctnnpH
ftoMrtZS!? "W nd conceited Americans,
including some he is working with. ,h,f thpP. mlsiht
: DidSC.stUlo .taw,1!?
, SSS UTU
WHO WEARS SHORT SHORTS?
Sir;,, . .'-'-
.hii wiin.' dressed as usual.m Daa dw
- iem throughly To meey
Z 0r shall we say georgeous women
aAt '(.kniHMi nf npr IBP.
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l?v,If ii.m The straw that
J 1 A-
irhMted t and
well done, Instead of ao many
PREACHING AND PRACTICING
The eres of the world are upon
ves are stieing that the Americans flo not pracuce ""'J'")' """i:
rtoota'KJch as if Faubus, Bilbo (and Rankitf are the men who
that Americans practise slavery.
-t Vnnu' fnr mvself that tne ua nas no iuvb iui vvw
: Neo Jew or J Mongoloid descent. Looking at both countries from
' tte'Mda I "would 1 not like to say -which imposed the most restric restric--
- restric-- ion Ton a eitoK freedom! The anti-colored Ku Klux Klan is legal
nirfab iw state in the unicn And on the Canal Zonetoo,
r mpra.cauy avci? oiovo m.s-. Hnum hri. and from
At"irtu- RtagMi in the 50 year history of Canal Zone
fTrhe ideals of Hitler and Himmler are not dead as long as Fau Faubus
bus Faubus Rnd T.lm.dge can ride high in US poht .
Of course, It's one of the facts
body around handy, m this set-up aown nere, 10 vun u
PhMtnuts out of the fire but who gets the burned fingers pulling
Z "ho '' h.lf of the "wling steak platters out (without the wooden
bases to put them on) that ire now on sale m the Commissary? Ap Ap-parently,
parently, Ap-parently, nobody around there ever heard that the sizzling metal por por-tion
tion por-tion has to set on something besides your good mahogany table,
-Thera are three branches of CivlT service vfederaL State
1 and Municipal. If ypu pass one of the Civil service tests you
t are elteib for a job in any one of these branches. Influence,
! 'however, will not help you.. You have to pass a competitive
j iexSation that will determine your fltaess. .Vou be
I citizen of the United States.
I Now let's consider Federal employment In the Canal Zone
- agencies, Army, Navy and Air Force. There a place in th 1 Ca Ca-I
I Ca-I nal Zone where. Civil service examinations are held: Balboa
Heights. rm hpre hires anv wson It feels like
' for Jobs which require civil Service qualifications in most lea lea-erat
erat lea-erat agences in the United States? The Air Force is now requir requir-i
i requir-i ing Civil Service, arid If I'm not anlstaken the Navy has aways
' required it. I f 1
A for the Panama Canal ; well, let's not waste, our time.
- They have a register, According to the officials. -But the Inter Interested
ested Interested party never finds out what number he -holds ths list.
Every month those officials should mimeograph bulletins, ns
they do, with the transfer vacancies; and ao make public the
' names of all persons on the register. In that way the officials
-could avoid accusations of favoritism, Further, every, person
waiting for a Job would have-a chance to see how hi name is
coming' to the top of the register.', cm.v .fV-.f. x'
Two separate registers or list of eligible competitors are to
be established one for stenographers and one for typists.
Persona who qualify in both the typist and stenography tests
will have their namee placed on both registers. CPO personnel
should get all their employes under Federal GS and require
- them to pass a Civil Service test. Make a date for them at
Balboa Heights. Today there are people employed in these posi-
, tion. who haven't even finished a high school education.
( in conclusion, this husband-wife team working la a disgrace.
I am a seashell collector at ouantanamo Bay, Cuba. I'm
wondering: whether-there is any. one on. lhaJsthniiiawboould
te interested in trading shells with me.
" t 1 Mrs. Frank L, Pauley,
- v, .- , Navy 115, Box 55, w
' co F.P.O., New York, N.Y.
la Kosa casuuo iskuik iuf uwi
- m iwr.
w. - -talkinlf
n't he? Let
i ui. ..rn.livi ra se
why Viceresident Richard Ki
for reoresenting people like Flood,
SO Percent Reductee.
'" th. Ilevi. thest 1.WI
broke the camels oacK.
em! dependents who
Americans these daystand those
d dte thiNegro caseto claim
of life that there has tc 1 b 1 some
By VICTOR RIESEL
Strong forces have been signal
ed up to drive Sherman Aaaras not
only from the White House, but
from all public service.
This signaling came June 21 in
acid words in the lead editorial ol
the national AFL-CIO newspaper
which for the first time ripped
off the" cover on a bitter behind
the-scenes war between the White
House .."chief-of-staff and the
nation's labor chiefs. ;
The editorial, after caustic com
ment about Presdient Eisenhower
and Vice-President Nixon, wound
up with this stone-axe subtlety:
"The President may not be in a
position to operate without bis
cnief-of-stair but the nation can
easily do without the self-righte
ous, sanctimonious Sherman Ad Adams
ams Adams who has established at the
White House a set of moral and
ethical standards that reflect the
worst practices of the big busi business
ness business 'influence peddling' philoso philosophy."
- These are harsh words, even for
this official labor newspaper,
which is not exactly enamored of
the Republicans. The attack was
long in coming and would have
been unleashed even if ther$ had
been no Bernard Goldfine late 'in
life strutting across the national
stage before a vicuna backdrop.
Actually the Adams-labor feud
broke just a few days before the
Goldfine saga did. This happened
when Sherman Adams personally
crossed AFL-CIO president George
Meany's name off the list of Am
erican delegates to the. United Na Nations
tions Nations for the next year. John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles and Henry Cabot Lodge
has asked President Eisenhower to
rename the union chief. Adams
refused. The labor leaders took
this as a personal insult. There is
little doubt that Adams meant it
to be for reasons I'll report
r Furthermore, the labor chieis
are convinced that it was Sherman
Adams who advised the President
on his decision to fight hard for a
toucher labor reform bill. It was
Adams who instructed Labor sec
retary: Ja mes Mitchell to fly in
and out of Europe to, dramatize
the White House fight for stricter
But what created the greatest
hitterre.fr was th White House
refusal to deal with or confer reg regularly
ularly regularly with the top labor chiefs on
There was, one formal visit with
President Eisenhower. George Mea Mea-ny
ny Mea-ny led the labor deleeation which
talked with the President, for the
better part of an hour and then
never heard from any high eche echelon
lon echelon White .Hoyse officials again.
? This the labor jeader ttribntp
absolutely ind directly to the cool
man from New -Hampshire. They
will tell you they believe that Ad
ams kept the real news and sta
tistics of the recession from' 'the
President .nd.that meant keep keeping
ing keeping him from actual cpntact with
the national labor chiefs, too. :
As the union leaders look back
in anger, they note that Mr.: Ad
ams and some of his aides singled
out some of the union's best poli political
tical political friends and criticized them
for working with the labor people.
The labor leaders say this ; was
particularly unfair because as far
back as the beginning of the Ei-lif
senhower administration, that's
precisely what Mr. Adams at
tempted to do. ;
A check reveals this to be true.
Back in 1952, before Gen. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower was elected, Adams was
one of a trio who ; devised cam-
oaien strategy. The other two
were Henry Cabot Lodge 7" and
Horald Stassen. Midway in that
campaign, a decision bad to be
iade on how to approach the la labor
bor labor leaders.'; i'"'S:v.'-rf'v' v i: :
Mr. Eisenhower was scheduled
to appear before the AFL conven
tion at New. York's Hotel Com
modore. What had to be decided
was whether to wofi the l.bor
people there or bluntly- tell the In
fluential union leaders that their
friendship was desirable but that
concessions if any would be
worked out after the election Par
ty conservatives wanted blunt talk,
Mr. Adams voted' for wooing,
That's the way it went
To Mr. Adams, who has never
been personally anti-union, it was
an objective matter Of politics
When wooing failed to swing the
labor leaders toward the GOP Mr,
Adams decided to disengage. He
was in that process, when Gold-
fine hit the headlines. -
Before the War Between the
States," Illinois was a strong stronghold
hold stronghold of the Democratic party
under the leadership of Ste Stephen
phen Stephen A. Douglas, the "Little
Giant." He defeated Abra Abraham
ham Abraham Lincoln for the Senate
after debates on the question
of states' rights and slavery. In
iflfiO. however. Lincoln defeat
"edDoug)ss-and" became thl L,
first Republican president, y
O Brltaonlf Jr. JEncclopdla
"What. Shape Are You In fer the
MAN DOING A COL YUM
Almost every Broadway click
of the past tnree seasjus nas
received Hollyw 0 0 d '.., Midas
touch. l, in Movievllle, origmal
screen-plays aie practically ob obsolete...
solete... obsolete... Great free show: Mitzl
Qaynor tosinji for news-photogs:
at Idlewild. Such thlfjatuls. ...
Say, darling,; have yoa heard
Tony Martin "Say Darin g"
nlatter? oruy. wonaeriui...-ro
lies Bergere", is the girllest mor
vie. A screenful of baraou.:.
Marie Torre, the TV critic,: re
ported another ratings bloopsrr
A Pulse, inc., spoKesman noica
an increase in the popularity
of one-hour mysteries and add added:
ed: added: "It apparently stems "rom
the success of programs .nice
'Perry Mason,' 'Suspicica' and
'Climax Miss Torre ; ; deouiiK-
ed: "Somebody better tell : the
man that 'Climax' has submit
ed tfl Jhe TV a and 'Suspicion'
mav be ;next in ,une.r uai. .
Dorian Leieh. star model and
sister of starlet Suzy Parser,
on the verge of marrying a
well-to-do Italian. ;
Tbinj!sv lhat'! make me sick;
Three current films depict Nazis
as decent but misguided people.
Oh, stopplt Hitler was support supported
ed supported bjSthe overwhelming major majority
ity majority in Germany. The only thing
most Germans didn't like about
Hitler is the fact that he lost
the war. Despite the bia de decline
cline decline here, the motion picture
Ix the mnst nonular form
uiane L&aa, wno iosi ner nrsi
moVie role to 20th Century-Fox
contract player France Nuyen
(who played Liat in "Soath Pa Pacific"),
cific"), Pacific"), got off the canvas and
brushed the blood .from her
knees. Her acting was fo good
on "Night Court" they Imme
diately Dookea ner to return
the following program. She also
landed in "Too Many Clues,"
Desilu's third film in -the new
"WW File" series. .. ,
. .Dody Goodman is doint? the
Summer Theatre circuit. Star Starring
ring Starring in'Dulcy'.When that TV
program lost Dody it became a
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mag's startler about compuiSive
lovers. Explains why Don Juans
are Don Yawns... me upcum
ine "bpartacus" movie i has
Dlenty of marquee-power. Xo-
stars Kirk Douglas, Sir Laur
ence Olivier and cnony Laugn Laugn-ton...
ton... Laugn-ton... Marion Colby, who in inherited
herited inherited Janis Paige's leading
role in "Pajama Game" (on the
Bite Street), just recorded 4
sio.es for Capitol. Her firss ma major
jor major Jabel. Sinatra selected her
songs '. Jacqueline Park is one
of the: better Hollywood actress actresses
es actresses who merits a crack at Broad-,
way., Her face stays -in i your
The th'eatrer- is "doing' better
than all right One-thjrd of, the
current shows are sellouts. .,
The cost of Broadway's swellec
tricity for one night: $50,000. ,1
"Las Vegas Prima Style" is a
listenable album, especially the
waylKeely 3? Smith embraces
"Embraceaile You"... Red Skel Skel-tori,
tori, Skel-tori, who Just inked a new 5-
year contract, has beei one of
the more enduring; 'TV-Jesters.
He began his coaxial mischipf mischipf-making
making mischipf-making in .? 1953 . ."Sick, Sick,
Sick," a -cartoon book, is at attracting
tracting attracting mucho attention for
a good reason: It offers sophis
ticated Jollity .". .Applause 1 for
the mah who dreamed up the
best feature of ; the .- Eclsel car.
Putting the gear shift buttons
(N. R. Dr.) in the center or tiie
steering wheel.' other cars have
them on the extreme left of the
dashboard or under the back
seat' (End of sarcasm.) ..
How the rich get richer Danny
Kaye has joined Sinatra, Crosby
anjj Hope in buying radio stations
reevee is like: this Lawrence
Welk is described as a "TV vet"
in the papers. His music has been
bubbling for 3 years. Of course,
in TV time -a year is a century
If you think "Witch Doctor'' is
a zany tune, wait 11 you near ine
Bird on My Head", ... About 20
percent of TV programs are now
devoted to Westerns.-End of criti
cism ... John Guedel, the TV-pro.
ducer. is a mighty brave man. He
publiclciy takes credit for invent.1
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ing singing commershills ... The
caiumn knows 0. a small part in
an upcoming movie for a girl who
could play tne role of a Latin Au Au-urey
urey Au-urey hepourn ... Lois Ray, a love,
ly soft-shoe specialist, appears at
tne Concord Hotel ) (Kiamesha
Lake; N.Y.) Sateve.
sThe Off.Broadway show called
"A Good Place to Raise a Boy?
has a wonderfully ironic tide. The
drama concerns Mississippi's Em.
mett Till story ... The : Herald.
Trib's fashion, editor 1 breathlessly
reported "It's a ehic year to be
pregnant" (No comment) v.. Art
Carney's spoof of Ed Murrow's P.1
to-P HVia Dinah's-show) was .a
fundinger .;fHol ywood Is touch,
ing all the bases. Upcoming films
deal- with such themes as rape.
adultery,: homosexuality and frigi.
dity v;V" Mike McLaney, chief of
the ; swanny f. exclusive L'Aiglom
(Surfslde, Fla.), and -Mrs. Sam 1
(Bea J --iDartff,. of a famous ; Phif.
ly family,-were mflmed Tuesdat
Steves Allentertainment has
something you rarely find on a co.
medy snow: Intelligence.'": .-
' Hugh O'Brian, who earns $500.'.
000 pet annum, te is reporters he
"eels insecure. ;Wny? Uncle Tax
gets most of the coin ... The bill.
collector contestant on "What's
My Line?" was a beaut. A show.
gal face and torso ... "Longing to
iioia you Again" sounds uke a
ballad should sound ....-' Among the
current Top Ten money making
flickers are four which were scorn.
ed by reviewers.,.Science Marches
On i Now' there's an electric eras.
er ... Those recorded ; interviews
with Rodgers and HSmmerstein
art collector's items. ; Good show
bit inside stuff...True mag's shuck,
er: Over 5000 kil'ers get away with
murder every year v... v Roberta
Sherwood's three sons were hon
ored, by the Mayor of New. Or.
leans with gold keys to the city in
appreciation for Mama's way, with
a song.,,, ,,.)
' Why should anybody want to be
an actor. The average yearly
wage of Equity members is 5800.
They V average 10 weeks work a
year ... Jerome Weidman tells in.
WASHINGTON Inasmuch as
mis wruer incurred tiarrv 'iVu
man's expiosivs wrain lor focus focusing
ing focusing atienaon on Geuerul Vaugnan s
operations in the Wui.e licu.'se.
per naps 1 can be torgiven tot max
ing some sumpariMins Octwet-u
lree ho.el bills in Democratic
days and free l.otel biis in Ke
puoiican day a.-
Sherman Adams has now been
shown to have rect.ved uie lulJow
ing free hot-al accommociatious, ah
paid tor by his frieud, Bernard
Goldfine: , r
; Sheraton-i'laxa hotel in Boston
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New
York $265.05 -. a
Mayflower -in Plymouth, Mass
The total Mayflower bill, cov covering
ering covering the Goldfines, the Adamses
and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Savaf of
Worcester, .totaled $1306 for five
days. The total amount paid by
Goldfine for Mr. and Mrs. Adams
at the various hotels was ; over
Let's compare this with another
hotel bill which also won head
lines as the result of another Con
gressional committee' probe. .,
In 1951, the Senate Banking Com
mittee, headed by Senator F u 1-
bnght of Arkansas, a Democrat
who was Investigating olher Dem
ocrats, revealed that Donald Daw Dawson,
son, Dawson, of Truman's staff, had spend
22 days at the Hotel Saxony in
Miami Beach in March and April,
1950. When he went to ddv hi bill
the public relations office told
him the bill was already naid. To.
tal $660. v
The Saxony had previously bor
rowed $1,500,000 from the RFC,
ana Dawson previously handled
personnel at the RFC
When the facts were disclosed
Dawson promptly went before the
senate Banking Committee. He tes
tified that he had never before
known George Sax, owner of the
hotel, had not. known that he re
ceived an RFC loan, and as per
sonnel director at the RFC was m
no position to scrutinize or pass
upon loans. ..i,k,' ..-.'-.-. --v-'-
Sherman Adams ha admitted
intervening on behalf of the man
who paid his bills. Dawson testi
fied he did not intervene on be
half of the Hotel. Saxony', f ?
; PRESS qMPARSONXt?'
The comparison mieht be car
ried one step further io include
public reaction. -;.
biia the New York Herald Tri
bune, May 12. 1951. of Donald
Dawson i ,i5:-Hf i U:K irip, ..
uawson nas very uttie notion
of what is. proper or improper.
The best proof of that rests on
his own story of staying free in a
$30-a-day room at the Saxony Ho-
tet ,at Miami Beach. .The poo poo-pleexpecUa
pleexpecUa poo-pleexpecUa high, official, in i the
White House to know the differ.
ence between proper and impor impor-per.
per. impor-per. and the Saxony episode will
Said the New York Herald Tri
bune, June 13, 1958 of Sherman
Adams: "Whoever knows Sherman
Adams ; knows that he is honest
as the day is long. His personal
integrity, is as flinty and as m m-corruptible
corruptible m-corruptible as a piece of v New
Hampshire granite. TJiose who are
using the Boston ho el bills. as an
attack upon his character w 1 1 1
find such tactics will only boom boomerang
erang boomerang against themselves. The ac accommodations
commodations accommodations in question r had
been rented originally on-, conti continuing
nuing continuing basis by a long-time person personal
al personal friend,-Bernard Goldfine.'
House sleuths have been check checking
ing checking rumors that textile- million millionaire
aire millionaire (Bernard Goldfine put up the
money for Sherman Adams' home
in Washington; However they
found that the embattled assistant
president leases his home n d
pays the rent by personal check.
. j -.The worst the f investigators
could prove was that Adams us used
ed used to be slow paying his $10-per-
terviewerj that his' "The Enemy
Camp" novel is almost 100 percent
autobiographical Kead the book
and Weidman's ; confession will
boost; your eyebrows... Suoversive
note: Westerns are becoming in.
creasingly 1 popular in British TV
.y Dean Martin s "Angel Baby
record is heading : for numerous
dizzy journeys,. A swinging song...
The Atlantic mag's stunning fact:
we spend more money for alcohol
and tobacco than we spend for the
education 0 40 mi'lion Americans.
Moral: The less we spend on edu.
cation, the more we 11 have to
spend building jails...Kathy Stew.
art, one of the recent Vegas Tro.
pacuties, cut her first. Demohstra.
tion Platter. Kathy is little lulu
who Merman's like EtheL
Is the last day of our sale. Come
and see the drastic reductions
month gar:ge biU (0 Mrs. James
.xuwan, au elderly woman. She
phonea the real estate agency re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly and begged it 10 colJet
Adams' tardy rent. (He has now
moved hrg car to another garaga.)
. .Congressional probers are L
so mves.igating the stock purchas purchases
es purchases of Anarew Orrick, senior Re Republican
publican Republican on the Securities and Ex Exchange
change Exchange Commission. He purchas purchas-ed
ed purchas-ed some General Mo.ors Stock
within 60 days of -a new issue.
uhinn im ,u 1 ....
it was called to his attention, he
sold ihe stock at loss. . .Tlie
investigators are now checking
whether Orrick profited in stock
gains from any of the decisio is
he made as SEC commissioner.
They have also learned he took
free trips to White S u lp h u r
Springs, W. Va., courtesy of a
ankers' association, and to Hot
springs,, Vs., courtesy of -the A A-merican
merican A-merican Society of Corporation
Secretaries. Yet he sits on the
commission which regulates banks
and corporations.- ;
It's interests to pote that GOP
Congressman John Heseiton of
MaSSachUSPttl'thraiif in fVi.
on. exactly, the same day the Har Harris
ris Harris f-rbcommittee, of which he
is a member, opened its explosive
Boslon hearings on Sherman Ad Adams
ams Adams and the Boston Herald-Traveler's
TV channel. ... (,
On that day, Heselton announc announced
ed announced he was not running for re-election.
He is close friend of Ad Adams,
ams, Adams, had been up to his eyebrows
in trying to prevent the Congres Congres-sional
sional Congres-sional probe of Channel 5 in Bos Boston
ton Boston and Adams operations, ...
Congressman Bob Hale of -Maine,
also a member of the Harris sub subcommittee,
committee, subcommittee, has been conspicuous conspicuously
ly conspicuously absent during several recent
hearings. Hale was re-elected by
a margin of about 30 votes last
time; and probably won't be re.e
lected this fall. He is a 190i Cen Century
tury Century gentleman, close friend ol
Sherman Adams, has been trou.
bled over the number of French French-Canadians
Canadians French-Canadians now being elected may.
ors of Maine cities. As his district
has become industrialized, Hale, a
Yankee of the old school, has be become
come become almost, a stranger; .Sen.
Frederick Payne of Maine had
the late eX-Gov. Paul Dever, Dem Democrat,"
ocrat," Democrat," of Massachusetts working
for him as a personal favor whn
Sen.-Owen Brewster of Maine was
trying to block Payne from tak taking
ing taking his" seat. Irpnically, Brewster
has recent'y been Payne's cam cam-paign
paign cam-paign dviser.i .Sam Shears, Bos Boston
ton Boston attorney; for the Herald-Tra-veler,
who accused the Harris
subcommittee of "McCarthyism,"
is the same lawyer who was con considered
sidered considered as attorney for the? Sen-,
ate committee investigating tli
Armyvbuli was turned ..down be be-eaue
eaue be-eaue he-was too' proMcCarthy.
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COMPANY CHAPEL During an open house held by B Company, 1st Battle Group. 20th In Infantry
fantry Infantry at Fort Kobbe, Capt. John Lewis, company commanding officer, 6hows Mrs. Lewis the
small chapel which Is set apart from other unit facilities. ;Thls prayer center at' pressnt is
the only one of Its kind In the battle group, but other companies have plans to adopt the
Idea. (U.S. Army Photo) , .
U.S. Army's Chemical Corps
Celebrates 40th Anniversary
' As the '.United States Army
i Chemical Corps celebrates its 40th
Anniversary on June 28 it could
- well be entering one of the, most
- decisive and momentuous eras M
1 '- iu hisiorv.: An era that could de'
- cide the fate of mankind, : be be-'
' be-' cause if the nations -of the ': earth
ban nuclear weapons, a new ,v ar
rav of mass-casualty weapons
1 veloped by chemical factions in
both the; East 5 and West ,r. bloc
' countries nose a threat to the
world a effective and more te
rible than even the H-bombs.
- These-; chemical weapons are
t Vnnom C.R-R.rhmical Biolo
, gical and Radiological, and, they
' include flew gases that kill or
blind germ warfares radioactive
dusts. Some of these agents have
' been around for some tim oth
ers are stm in the development
stages. One new form is a psycho-chemical.
Small quantities of
this agent, abosorbed from "the
i orfood or water, will hit the
nervous ystem, causing troops
and the civilian population to act
H irrationally by upsetting their 'De 'De-,
, 'De-, havior patterns." The objective:
To neutralize a defense syrtem
for a period, ors destroy .a na na-tlon'i
tlon'i na-tlon'i will to resist,
v Research and development by
. the Chemical Corps, U.S.v Army,
durme the 40 vears of its exist
. ence, produced many weapons of
war that gave the U.S. a subs'an subs'an-tial
tial subs'an-tial boost in its ability to- defeat
aggressor nations in two', world
wars. But the use of chemical
' '. in battle goes back even further
" to the Greeks and the Romans.
- Alexander the Great reported to
U Aristotle, that 'terrible flashes of
fire'! were showered on his army
in India, In. 360 (B.C., the Trojan
1 i king Aenas hurled fire bombs of
; pitch, sulphur, tow, and resinous
woods from the walls of besieged
; cities upon the attacking troops
; below. La ier the Romans cata-'-
paulted iron lattice work bombs
packed, with blazing material and
fired large incendiary, arrows.
r.x The Chemical Corps, U.S. Ar Ar-v
v Ar-v my, got its start during World
War I to combat German gas
. warfare; it was made a perm a-
nent member of the Regular Ar Army
my Army in 1920. Between .wars, the
Chemical Warfare Service kept a
skeleton staff, rising hi 1939 lo H6
officers and' 748 enlisted men. In
.194 i5t has 8,200 officers and 56,?
000 enlisted men, 75 per cent of
whom serveoVoverseas. Today., the
y Chemical .GGrps, in keeping with
. reduced strengths and the Fenlo-
mic concept,' is smaller but its
potential has never, been gi eater
locally, Colonel Joseph J. Es
, cude'is the chemical officer. US'
' ARCARIB.'and under his cuidaHce
a school is conducted in Chemi
cal, Biological Radiological de
fense training activities. From 1950
to the end of 1957,, 2642 Army of-
v ncers and. enlisted men attended
.: this .course," along with 462 oln
. cers and enlisted men from ; the
si Navy, 532 officers and enlisted
i men from the Air Force, and 141
civilians from the Canal Zone
government's civd defense setup
1 In "addition,- 110 Army officers
t and enlisted men completed
" flame thrower training during the
Aside from the USARCARIB C
B-R school, Chemical Corps per-
; sonnei .-during -me. calendar year
ias participated in nine Jnfaniry
company training teslg at Rio
j'liato; three Infantry battalion
training tests at the same loca
lion; one Infantry battalion train
ing est at the Jungle Warfare
; Training Center: seven classes for
t Civilian r Defense and Distaff per
i sonnei; the Armed Fofces Day
oemonstrations; one t-ontinenial
Army of the United Slates field
exercise and one National Readi
ness, Exercise, Operation Alert
'- The Chemical Section, USARCa-
rib, m addition to the chemical
,:, school, exercises operational con control
trol control of chemical supply lines and
provides logistical support and ad administrative'
ministrative' administrative' supervision of the
; Chemical Corps Tropic Test Team,
which is a field organization of
the Dugway Proving Ground,
Dugway, Utah. This team per performs
forms performs surveillance and detailed
tests on Checmial Corps material
unaer tropical conditions To per per-formt
formt per-formt hese functions, a small
test laboratory is now being com-
, During the past year, ; more
than 2500 personnel went through
me unemicai corps gas cham chambers
bers chambers here in USARCARIB. Chem Chemical
ical Chemical Corps personnel performed 18
spray missions in support of field
unns aunng exercises and parti participated
cipated participated in allof the disaster con
trol exercises. '.
" Ihrough constant research and
aeveiopment, the Checmical Corps,
U.S. Army is keeping pace with
.uuim akuvines wo mer na
tions of the earth. This is impor impor-tint
tint impor-tint to every citizen of the Urit-
ea states, : because the masses of
people coma become the primary
ii v in any war oi the future
u uiaease verms. DOinsnn pars
er radioactive dusts are used, the
annihilation of millions would be
eniu-eiy possible without destroy destroying
ing destroying one- building throughout tne
enure country t
FLIES TO LENINGRAD
MOSCOW fUPH KW W.
hendra of Nepal flew to- Lenin,
grad Tuesday to continue his tour
of the Soviet Union, v president
Klimentl Y; Voroshilov and Pre.
mier Nikita S. Khrushchev were
amone the officials who saw them
off at the airport "here.
WASHINGTON Drk Richard W.
Porter, head of the U.S. Interna,
tional Geophysical Year Satellite
Committee, on the Navy's failure
to launch a Vanguard satellite to.
"It's too damn badl" 1
SAN FRANCISCO The Shah of
Iran, attending a fashion show
. "I am not searching for what
you newspapermen tliink."
disk jockey Joe Finany on the fu.
ture oi rock' V. roll: ;
"Music is headed for a milder
stretch. The climate is for mild
er music, but Vith an insistent
WASHINGTON-Sen." Clinton P.
Anderson (D.N.M.), on Russia's
conditions V agreeing to suspend
nuclear tesis:, ..
MWe ."should have called their
bluff long ago. It would have don
a lot to show who is right and
who is wrong in, the world."
HUNTS VILLE.'i Ala.J.Ar'm'v M
Set. Earl Zieeler. who won his
law degree after four a vears of
night classes commuting 212 miles
daily and now will work ; for a
civil engineering degree:
"I like the academic life.":
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House Defeats Bill
Which Would Give
Farmers Hew Grants
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WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House handed the administration
a thumping victory today by
killing a catch-all farm bill which
had been dubbed a "monstrosity"
by Agriculture Secretary Ezra T.
The lawmakers, by a roll call
vote of 214 to 171, refused even
to consider the Democratic-draft-
ed measure, thus consigning It to
Big city Democrats joined. Re.
publicans in ganging up on the
bill after! foes of the legislation
had warned that it would, force
up consumer prices for bread and
The Republicans also contended
it would saddle taxpayers with
billions in new outlays for farm
Chairman Harold D. Cooley (D.
N.C.) immediately announced he
would call an early meeting of
Democratic members of tn e
House (Agriculture Committee to
consider w"crt we ju uyui
He said the House action might
jeopardize sections of the bill that
were favored by the adminlstra.
tlon as well as the many features
opposed by Benson.
Cooley specifically mentioned i
Senate-approved proposal to con
tinue the overseas farm surplus
disposal program. Another sec.
tion favored bv the administration
would provide subsidized milk for
children In lummer camps
schools and day care centers.
But the Republicans insisted
these proposals could be called
up separately and rushed to the
White House by Friday at latest
under special parliamentary
l!ev Rules Alloving
More Flying Room
Announced By CA A
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Civil Aeronautics'' Administration
announced today new rules
designed to permit both greater
flying 'safety and wider use or. tne
nation's croweded air space by
military and commercial planes.
It. said agreement has been
reached for all aircraft, both jet
and propeuor-dnven, to ny unaer
instrument flight rules (IFR)
when cruising between 10,000 and
20,00o. feet. This means; that all
planes at those heights, botn ci
vilian, and military, will De. unaer
Previous military' restrictions
required such controls for jets on
training or other non .' tactical
flights anywhere under 20,000 feet
and near airways. About 42 per
cent of IFR flights now control ed
by CAA; traffic controllers are
A CAA spokesman said the new
agreement reached with the air
lines and military services will
permit CAA air controllers nor.
mally to handle all planes request
ing IFR flights between 10,000
and 20,000 leet.
He added, however, that the
CAA still cannot assure "absolute
safety" of planes controlled cither
under IFR or those flying below
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TO STAGE SQUARE DANCES
HEIDELBERG, Germany (UPI)
-r&ome iuo memners oi American
square dance clubs from Germa.
ny to North Africa will assemble
at the Brusse's World's Fair next
week, to put on a three-day show
on the stage of the fair s grand
esplanade. The dancers belong to
the European Assn. of American
Square Dance Clubs. They include
American servicemen, their fam.
ilies and employes of the army
and the U.S. government
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MEMBERS OF EXPLORER SCOUT POST 5 are pictured above just after, having received the
coveted Cruces Trail award from H. J. Zierton, Past Grand Esteemed Lecturing Knight B.P.O.
Elks Lodge 1414, Balboa. The award was presented at a farewell dinner given by Bo Scout
Troop 5 and Explorer Scout Post 5 at the Cathedral of St. Luke in Arcon to- honor It. Gov,
and Mrs. Hugn M. Arnold who leave the latum us next montn. Shown from left to rlpht ara
Robert U. Sc-hultz, Sr., Explorer advisor, Peter A. Thibodeau, Crew Leader; and Willis H.
Beardall, Roger T. Williams and Donald O. Patterson, Explorers; and Zierton.
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- AT A FAREWELL DINNER giveri by Boy,
thedral of St. Luke in Ancon to honor Lt; Gov. and
Boy Scouts. Peter G. Smith.' at left, above and Da
well painting "Tomdrrow's Leader:' to Mrs; Arnold,
Post. Book ends with Boy scout figures and the Sc
to Arnold by Explorer Robert U. Schultz, Jrv j in be
who leaves the Isthmus next month, is the Charter
Scout Troop 5 and Explorer Scout Post 5 at the Ca
Mrs. Hugh M. Arnold the Troop's two outstanding
vid R: Steward,: center,"-present the Norman Rock-
at right, m. behalf of the parents of the Troon and
out oath and ilav on etched plates were-presented
half of the members of the Troop and Post. Arnold,,
chairman of the Boy Scout Troop 5 committee.
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fried eggs, with meat, i
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of using this rich prepared sauce. Buy it,
today and keep it always on hand.
1 Spaghetti Sauce with Mushroom
makes a dish to delight the most ex exacting
acting exacting taste. It's very easy to prepare.
Just heat the con
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can) same-can) and when it's hot, pour it .over the
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CHRYSLER GETS ORDER
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Army announced yesterday a
34,333,477 award to Chrysler Corp,
forr production of ground support
equipment for the Redstone mis.
sile and a $3,200,000 contract to
Al'ison division of General Motors
Corp. for development of a light,
weight 250 horsepower turbine air.
At 9:00 p.m.
LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
Also:. TWO PICTURES'
Showing At Your Service
Center Theatres Tonight
BALBOA 6:15 & ?:&0
Rory Calhoun,' Anne Francis
"THE HIRED GUN"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
"DAY OF THE BADMAN"
Owl Show 10:30 D.m.
"HELL BELOW ZERO'!
GAMBOA i 7:00
Jeff Chandler, Kim Novak
Burt Lancaster v
. Kirk Douglas
"Qunfight at O.K. Corral"
MARGARITA 6:15 & 7:50
- George Montgomery
'GUN DUEL IN DURANGO"
- Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"THE BLACK KNIGHT"
PARAISO 6:15 & 8:15
Cornel Wilde, Debra Paget
: In VistaVision & Color!-
Owl Show 10:30 p.nv
"5000 Fingers of Dr. "T" ;
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 & 8:30
"UNDERSEA GIRL' and
CAMP BIERD "6:15 & 8:10
Jeff Chandler. Laraine Day
"TOY TIGER" in Colorl
Owl Show 10:30 t.m,
Viet Ham Denies
Invasion Charges -By
SAIGON;; Viet Nam (UPI) -South
Viet Nam denied Cambo.
dian charges today that Viet
Nam 1 "invaded" Cambodia
Wednesday, A government -state,
ment said the charge was ""purely
The olficfal government news
agency said that by making the
accusation the Cambodian govern,
ment had- "consciously or uncon.
sciously played into the hands of
Both the government statement
and -the news agency said that
in fact Cambodia had committed
or permitted repeated violations
of Viet .Nam's border in recent
months. ,"" ;
The Vietnamese statement ap.
peared to leave the situation at.
an impasse, A dispatch from -Pnom
Penh, capital of Cambodia, -said
Cambodian troops were mov-
ing toward theVietnamese border
to intercept troops from that coun. -try.
But Vietnamese officials here t
insisted they would find nothing "J
but 60 civil guards stationed on
Vietnamese territory about nint 5
miles from the border.
Sim Var,- who resigned as pre.
mier of Cambodia three days ago Y
in a domestic political squabble, f
made the accusation of the inva.
sion in a radio broadcast" in Cam.
bodia yesterday; ?
A dispatch from Singapore said f:,
informed observers there reported
it was possible that Sim Var made
the charge to build up political ; 1
support at home.
Sim Var was reported to have s,
said he had appealed to the Unit.
ed State to intervene in the sit. 5-.
uation. These reports were printed Y'
by Paris newspapers, .- r :
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As Yale representatives In this
area, we are as close as your
telephone. Whatever your ma-
terials handling- problem, let
us help youti If you need new
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recommend and help you select the right equipment
for your handling operations. If you need parts or
quick repairs, we are equipped to jrive'you the same
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..SUPERVISORY PERSONNEL and safety committeemen of the roads and grounds section of the U.S. Army Caribbean En gineer Office see the presentation of a safety award for one year's"
operation accumulating 456,128 man hours without a disabling injury." In the foreground, Lawrence E. Nance, chairman of the safety committee, accepts the award on behalf of the section from Col.- Ray .',
mond L. IJ)U, USARCARIB engineer. At the left of the group is Col. John D. Coney, commanding officer, Fort Clayton, and at the right, Charles V. Youngblood, chief of the roads and grounds section. ,.
. In the background are fellow workers of the section. From left to right, they are, Sturtevant Todd, Vincent Cuffy, William J Tuttle, Luis H. Cebamanos, Jesse D, Hall, Celso Caballero, Harry
F. Taylor, Irwin D. Bryson, Harry V. Colbert, Kermit A. Stevens, Charles R. Hill, John C Myers, Joseph J. Reichart, Roy T. Harris, Frederick W. Evers, Frank Cortelloni, George Berte, John A. Par-
tridge, Aicadio Aldeano, Charles Chaderton, Owen D. Hamilton, Can dido Guevara, Juan L. Lee; Alpha R. Prescott, Eusebio Morgan, E milio Hernandez, Fausta A. Avila and Guillermo Gonzales. v , t
. ) A-y-y (U.S. Army Photo) '
i&J y;THE elements) i
; VQT y V damaged it Yi
However, I'll have to suspend electric service.
.j for a short while on Saturday, June 28, '1958
I j from "2:00 a.m. 5:00 a.m.
,! The areas' to be affected while I'm, making,
:::;j:.'these repairs are as follows: , ,"'y
' ,H Street to A Avenue.
17th Street to Estudiante Street including
AncOn Avenue. ,' ' ' r
A Avenue from 15th Street to West 18th' St.
Thank you for your kind cooperation,
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Wount Olympus, Eureka Temple Build
Edifice; To Be Known As 'Elks Home'
Mount Olympus Lodge tfo. 559
and its sister Eureka Temple No.
309 will inaugurate their new
Elks Home building on Sunday,
July 6, become the first of the
local lodges affiliated with v the
Improved Benevolent Protective
Order of Elks of the World to
erect its own edifice. h
Other local IBPOEW lodges own
land, but no buildings.
he new building is located on
the Rio Aba jo Road, two biocksT
away from the old Golf Club en.
trance at La Carrasquilla on the
opposite side of the highway. Con.
sisting of a two-story masonry
structure, it. was constructed by
Frenco, S. A., with a foundation
for the addition of another loor,
at a cost of $50,000.
he top floor is equipped iwith
a small cocktail bar and a hall
with a capacity for 80Q persons,
his will be Tused by Mount Olym.
pus Lodge an Eureka emol for
entertainment purposes and will
also be available to other Elks
lodges and other organizations
for parties and dances.
The ground floor will be rent,
ed to commercial establishments..
.Highlighting the 'inauguration
ceremony, which is scheduled toil
begin at 2:30 p.m., will be thecut.
ting of the traditional ribbon by
Mayor Alberto Aleman and,' the
blessing of the building by the
Rev; C. W. Hayes of Ut. Chris Chris-tooher's
tooher's Chris-tooher's Church.
This will be followed by a-pro.
gram comprised 'of vocal and ins.
trumental selections by the Mo.
dern Glee Club, directed by A.
Walters Mrs. Gladys Cox;; George
Sullivan and Cynthia Brown and
sepeches by representatives of
The following week, the two
lodges will hold an inaugural
dance on Saturday, July 12, to
which a number of guests are be.
On Sunday, July 13, members
of Mount Olympus and other Elks
lodges will be guests of the man.
agement of the" President Hemon
Racetrack for the running of the
Elks Handicap, which .j has been
scheduled in observance of : the
dedication of the new Elks Home.
Helplessly Off Korea
TOKYO, (UPI) A Japanese
coast guard vessel ound the
missing Los Angeles yacht "Thes
pian" drifting helplessly n the
east China Sea1 off Korea today
and began towing her to couth,
western Japan. 1
Coast guard headquarters at
Moji. said the Thespian, with di.
rector-magician John Calvert and
four other persons aboard, should
reach Hakata port by noon Fri.
The sleek, white, 112-foot yacht
was feared missing since last Fri
day, June 20, when it failed to
show up at Hakata. There was
even speculation that it had been
seized by Chinese Communists
after it set out from Keelung on
northeastern Formosa ten days
The Japanese patrol boat Isuzu
sighted the Thespian in the east
China Sea about, 20 miles off.Cheji
Island near. Korea i southeastern
Aboard were Calvert his moth.
er-in-law, Mrs. Cdhrad Lowe; Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Iverson, owners,
of a Cnatsworth, calif, movie
ranch;, and Army SP3C Thomas
E, Jones of Black River Falls,
Wis., on leave front his station on
NEW YORK (UPI Refriger.
ated Food Services, Inc. a lubstd
iary of ; Merchants Refrigerating
Co. has purchased the outstane.
ing stock of Security Warehouse
& Cold Storage Co. for an undis.
closed price. .
Things Polifical Looking
Brighier For GOP. On Farms
Real Bargain Prices in Clothes for her, for him
JUST SAY "PHARGE IT"
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EFFECtPE JULY I, 1958
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WASHINGTON (UPI) Things,
political are looking a bit brighter
ior iveyuouwaus uu ui au
places the farms.
Not on' all of the farms, of
course, but on enough of vhem to
give some farm belt Republican
candidates something cheerful to
think about. 1
Credit for that will be disputed.
Secretary of Agriculture Ezra
Taft Benson substantially credits
his conservative farm'- policies
which tend away from high and
rigid farm price subsidies.
A democratic wheat farmer in
western Kansas would be more
inclined to credit the almighty
and weather conditions; which are
bringing toward harvest a big
However much' the weather
may have .helped, it is obvious
that Benson's farm policies did
not as predicted prevent the
good things which are hapoening
to many farmers in the Midwest.
Good things.' especially, for-, the
qorn-hog corn-beef farmers. -heT
grain growers who sell for cash
instead of feeding stock are sot
doing so well.
That is the report of Bernard
Brenner, United Press Inter,
national farm .writer, a f t e r a
swing through the Midwest and
into the Texas cotton fields. 7ren 7ren-ner
ner 7ren-ner found farmers and their
small town merchant suppliers
better off now than previously in
many Midwest areas. j
There are other Indicators f
opinion. In a recent congression.
al Record was reproduced an
editorial from the Boise Dally
Statesman which is listed by Fdi.
tor and Publisher as an IndepVi.
dent Republican newspaper. The
editorial remarked evidence that
Benson was emerging from the
farmer's dog house by reason of
improvement Jn the agricultural
"It is coming to be rather com com-nionly
nionly com-nionly remarked now-a days,"
the editorial continued, "that
there's no recession in agricul agriculture
ture agriculture And. it's a matter of record
that farm prices as of last April
15 were about 10 per cent above
those of April 1957. while most
significantly farm costs rose
only 3 per cent in that: period,
thus,' ; arithmetic" favors the7 see.
Benson touched the same theme
in an Interview with .Brenner.
Benson said that rising costs had
hurt farmers more than declining
prices. He estimated the cost hike
from 1929 to 1952 at 100 per cent
compared to only 6 per cent since
Assistant Agriculture Secretary
Marvin L. -McClain told senators
three weeks ago that agriculture,
long the weakest spot in the U.S.
economy, "has been a source of
strength in the current re.
cession." .Somewhat earlier, the
department predicted a hike in
egg prices at the iarm during the
next few. months, .i''k'.i-
That is big political news of it.
self because egg money usually is
a reward of the farm wife. When
prices are right she Is likely to
be happy, perhaps happy enough
w vote jtiepiiDiican,
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LEVITTOWN, Pa. (UPI A
second Negro family was living in
Levittown today titer moving in
without any of the violence that
marked the arrival of the first
Last August, state police were
ca'led'out to quell stone throw.,
ing, vandalism and nightly dem demonstrations
onstrations demonstrations which followed the ar arrival
rival arrival of William Myers, his wife
and :. two small children.,,- ; J
i But Kenneth Mosby, his wiie!
and two children moved into, their j
$12,000 two-year-old house yes.
terday without incident.
The peaceful acceptance was
credited to Middletown Township
officials and clergymen. Town,
ship officials .held meetings with
civic groups, informed r them of
Mosbys purchase and advised
them to' act calmly. Similar ad.
vice was given in the area's
churches in sermons last Sunday.
CHICAGO MAYOR HONORED
i DUBLIN, Ireland (UPI) lie
ministry of lands will plant trees
on a 10-acre plot and call it the
"Richard J. Daly" forest la honor
of the Chicago mayor, it was an.
nounced yesterday. Former Dub.
lin Mayor Robert Briscoe present,
ed a check for the purchase of
the land and the trees to the min ministry
istry ministry following his -return from a
recent, visit to the United States.
Briscoe received the money from
three Chicago residents who
wanted to Dav tribute to Mnvnr
KINS TO VISIT Fi :
HELSNKI. FLnland -(17
King Mahendra of Nepal v
rive here ,rom Moscow Tr
for a private visit, the f r
fice announced Wedne. Wedne.-said
said Wedne.-said the king, who has brfn
ing the Soviet Union, wo ;: j
with President Urho Kekkor Kekkor-his
his Kekkor-his summer palace rr-r 1
Friday before leaving ior
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NO POCKET There's no
breast pocket in the' jacket of
designer Ron Postal's suit,; so
Nan Peterson has no place to
nark her handkerchief. Postal
introduced- the new 'suit no :
pocket, no button hole in Bev Beverly
erly Beverly Hills, Calif. He hopes it
Twill replace Ivy league' styles;
MOTTA'S Panama Store
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; Goes to College Lester Lanin
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Ji milt L HcmJTt, UyU Pm 2-QUO WW Li $.00 uJ 10 ft,. Jf
tkt U.S. AMBASSADOR AND MM. MAjlRiNOTOH
RETURNED Tt PANAMA TODAlf
I ; The Ambassador of the United States and Mrs. Julian
. tkk. Harrlnrton. returned early this morning by air after
injoyinr leave since npru u.
! ed Scotland And England.
WhiU on tacaUoa thiy Visit
deneral and Mrs. Ogden
setts! He returned home to visit
Intertiin for Waltons ind Miller hit Parents Prof." Rafael Moice
' GenerarMQ Mrs. M. In .'guen. ie, wn w we meuuj ra iumr
dive dinner party last night at lion of the National University
their cuarteri in hrt Amaiof. infl Wri.-Berti Quezarta' di Mo;
Th honored euestl were Col. and'COte, Director of thl Professional
Mrs. Joseph Walton of Fort Way
ton and Col.- and Mr r ran h.
Wilier of Quarry mints who will
b leaving on Monday foe UiCif
new pos.i In thi Stales.
Liaves Teday Par -Vacation
in the Itatai
Mrs. A. J. Welinaar of the ltsh
Ksvsl District, and her daughter,
Melindl and son Hank will leave
today by plane for Miami. They
will then go by train to lndnnna
iMlli and visit relatives. Mf. Well
hiar will loin his family in August.
After a trip along the East Col St
by car tney will return to nna
Mr. and Mrs. KlplarT
datum Frnifl VaiallBH 4 ;
' Mr. and Mrs. Myer Kaplan of
Rodman return todiy llllr spend,
ine two months in thl 1 States.
While on vacation they and their
two children visited 'New York
Miami and Charleston, S.C.
liund Per Pirt union
1 Williim 18. Mlddlemii, Jf, sol
of Mr. and Mrs. Williim Middle
mas of Brazos Heights just com
ple:ed a. course hi Jungla. Warfarl
Training at Fort Sherman. HI 'left
recently for Fort Union Vi. where
hi is1 assigned to R.O.T.C. duty at
fort Union Ml'" ry Academy.
'(tonunded on Pagl 11
ftlfael Moscote GradUltes I
- Rafael A. Moicoti received hii
degree in Eiectneii Engineering, fit diet
from thi University of Missiehu! down."
Doctor Blames : ;
Men's Poor Habits
For; Hwt Disease
8AN FRANCISCO (UP1 Dr.
William' Docs, a 'Brooklyn, n.y.,
heart expert, came up today with
in' off.beat 1 ixplinition of' the
reason why1 mm dli o: heart at.
tacks twice si often is women,
Dock told thi1 American Medici!
Assn.: it's not i lex different! it
111 that'l to blame. Hi added:
"It's th miaeulia .tovi for rich
food, alcohol and tobacco.
"Heart attacks are tha nemesis
through which nature extrioti re.
tributlve Justice for the transgre.
nun umer- laws. i . ,r
He '- says men start living
nara eanr, atumng tnemsiives
Ike, pig whilejif their teens; idd:
lnt c'arettes and alcohol, plus
other ,i u'ngsl soon aftar..1
Afore advlea rfor- a 1bnc aiiri
healthy life; cime from-vti. Lei.
tet M. Morrison and Theft''ore J..
Clemens, r of thi University or
Clhforma, at LOS Aflfilles
' they've studied the problem for
IS years and have com! w this
'Live on a low.cholesterol. low.
and keep your weight
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It luad lo tha olllai, NetiMi at
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Joropflmlit Lunshten Mutlnf -:
Mevad Up 6no Waak ;
. The regular luncheon meeting of
the soropiimlst Club of Paiiami
will be held this coming Saturday,
June 28, rather thltt thl first 8aU
urday in July because of the holi holiday
day holiday week end. Tha time and plaoe
ire the samt 12:30 p.m. It tin
Hotel El Panama Hilton.
Orchid Chaptaf No. I '.'
i Orchid Chspter No. i order",of
the Eastern star will bold a spec
tal meeting tonight It 7:30 pin
Dinner will bi served in hour Be
fore thi meeting. Guests for the
evening will be member of thi
Fern Leaf Chaptir NO. 4. All list
ern Star member are invited.
The Isthmian Toastmaster Club
will meet tonight it 0:00 p.m. ia
tha Nat onil flrlwerv 1 o u n 1 1
Mimbas ire incouriged to bring
guests. For information call. John
McLane 3-7Q0.t :
II hzWy Td:i Z:.!( ::t
TtMf'i i hnnd.niw tvce of Am
mericin success story toting thi
msfss'.nes thesi dsys.
It's tfti srticll Ibout How l
woman finally nukes thi grids
is doctor, lawyer, buslniHwom.
in, luthor or lawmaker iven
though shi Is slowed down on thi
rosd to personal ichlevement by
stopping along the wiy to mirry
ind hsvi i family. ,
If you don't do iomi careful
reading between thi lines, .this
new type of success story 'msy
mike you tho itiy.it.homi wlfi
feel viguely discontinted. Hen
you -ire, devoting your diyi to
making a home for a husband and
Children, while some wivea and
mothers seem to hivi ill ihatou
have and i high-powered career
to boot v
But reid these' success 'stories
bit more carefully ind you'll
discover that In msny cisss Mi.
ma got to the top by letttn Pi Pi-pa
pa Pi-pa and the kids take over for her,
at home, and by ruthlessly subor.
din sting Papa's career to hers.
The children'! rignt to i care.
free childhood ind I horns presld.
ed over by i mother who makes
homemsklng her msjr-r career is
replaced by Mima's r:;!n to gt
to thi top In her chosen business
So the kids become "llttls nome.
mskers" who run thi houii in
their mother'! sbsenci ind turn
to their dad, rsther thin to their
busy mother, when they need help
ind guldsnce. :
This kind of success story
mskes impressive reading ir you
don't glvi It enough thought to
set that In many of them (hi prlci
of Mima's success Isn't' being
paid for by Mama, but by her
husblnd and. her Children.
- Sure, i wifi and mother csfl
hive i high-powered cireer,.chmb.
lng the success ladder filter than
her husband. But to do It s h
msy hive to put hef family .last
Instead of first. cp-.,
Than the polnt the new type
luecaaa article never bothers to
point out. But you can v easily read
u Deiween n unci. ,
K r Mi j, 4 m )
A A g I 4
i2irri ; i
" Both vulaersb!i
North East Sontfc Wesi
1 0 .Pass. J V Pass
If Pins- 1 FSSS
4 4k Pais 4 N.T. Pass
! : Psia tw Pass
I PSM IN.T. Piss
Opening lead- I :
Cinil 2n (Jam . j
And Mineral Society
v The Caoal Zona Gem and Min Mineral
eral Mineral Society will hold theirrei'ut
a f meeting tonignt in tneir ciun
houie in Balboa, at T:3G p.m. Vl
sitora sri cordially invited to at
tehd this meeting.
Judge Telli Lawyeri
To Show Tax Rcf jrns
WASHINGTON iUPlUA 'ifeder.
al iudt e today ordered. law
yers- for 13 rank ind file Team.
sters to surrender tneir teaerai
Income tsx returns to him so hii
can see how big their fees usual,
ly f un.
" The fiamster union charged
kthat tha lawyers tried to' cbargi
U exorbitant fees. ,
1 Thi ittorneyi,' Godfrey P,
Schmidt, Thomas, J. Doddand Jo.
seph Blumenfeld, represented the
13 .Teamsters in, suit to upset
James R. Hoffl'l election al
Tes miter president. The Suit was
settled last January when moni
tors were appointed to supervise
' The three attorneys have asked
Judge F. Dickinson Letts td
iwird them -1 $290,000 fei 'fof
reoresentinf : the is Teamster.
The money would be paid out of
jeamsters union sundi.
The union' contended the fee was
too much. Teamster Attorney Ed
warn Bennett wiutami askel the
judge to order the three to pro.
duce their tix returns to se what
kind of fees they received in the
Pllt, i. ..,?.,, .:;p,y.
"we want to know if they arl
USId to this kind of money," hi
laid Hi said the fee would work
out to ISO in hour for each law,
yer, issumlng they worked nor,
mil hours durlne thecsse. 1
Letts Slid the return! would hi
for hit Information only ind
would not be made public.
denied I motion by John S.-Curt.
ningnim, former iyew Tork milk
truck driver : and oni of the i3
dlssentinr Tlamsters, who sought
to nsvi scnmiat removed ii One
Plan Blurbtrry Cha Chss n
To Top Sunday Dinner Menu
it GAYNOR MADDOX, NEA Food and Marklti tdltor
. There's not a WOmart who's tried Aunt
Jemima Pancake Mix Who didn't please her herself
self herself (and family) With these light and fluffy,
Really V. it's so EASY and results arl
T wonderful. Aunt Jemima does two things for
you,: First, most of the Work is eliminated.
You make pancakes thl ntodetn quick way
with Aunt Jemima, And when you follow thl
' simple Instructions carefully, off your griddle
come tha ttost appetising, smooth-textured
pancakeSyou could lmagidl.'
' So be a better cook . Shd get lot! Of com- ;
- pliments. Buy Aunt Jdmim! Plhcakl Mix
For vour Sunday dinner, enjoy
i pinnsylvahii JDutch dissert.
Don't let thi mm blueberry Chi.
rhi rtehtN irnii. tt'anothinflmori
VBaH x a'VWB P v i utt
iiarmini tnin cniisi t niuaoerry
puffs..; , '". f ;
' luiborVy Hill Cha Cha!
(Ylaldi about 14 paffi)
One cup fresh' cultivated blue
berries, a tablespoons sugar, s
eat, l enit milk. 1 nuo Hour, t
teaspoons caning powaer. i-a if "'
spoon Hit, l cup grateo bwisi
Wash blueberries ind arain
well. Sprinkle with sugar ana sei
iri. flout turn will: ana mim.
Sift together flour, baking powaer
ind silt. Add ;dry tngririlenti to
liquid and beat tint wen mixed.
sar in cneesi ana iweetenea mue-
birries i ind mix well through
dough.' Drop by spoonsful! into
ftai.ii 4ht Hit ,drai .S I fld
fry for just A few -mOmenti or un
til golden orown.
, Hen'i another recipe with I dif.
ferenca for your Sunday menu.,
- Crism Patatws Aremstl
. (Yioldi 4 servings)
One' large can or I eups cooUi
cubed uotatoei. S tablespoons but
ter. i tablespoons flour, 1 l-t cups
milk, M teaspoon salt, aasn pep
per, 1 teaspoon aromatic muer,
one 3 ounce parage cream cheese.
.-Melt butter, blend In flour and
gradually add milVe to mike white
sauce, cook, stirring eonstsntiy un
til thickened. Add sessontngs and
iromstie bitters', place cooked po
of thi court-appointed Tea m stirs
monitors. r : f 7' 7
. Cunningham ilitttid k-that
Schmidt failed o account for $18,.
000 in contributions to the rank
and file cause. Schmidt said they
were not contribution! to the causi
but personal loans or fees to him.
,(tJPI)UActor ; A1.
. NiW: dpi
frea Lunt Jias a
infection Jbut is responding well to
antibiotics, It was announced
today by i spokesman ; at New
York Hospital. Lunt was taken
to the hosoital last nlaht with i
high fiver, 1
tatoel In taking dish, cover with
sauce. Dot top with Piece of crlam
cheese and heat in 330 degrees r,
oven until cheese melts and, lop
ts browneu, snout is minutes.
SAN FRANCISCO ftPl) An
official of the American Medical
Assn. .Today strongly criticised
highly' organised sports for chil.
dren such as lltt'e league base.
ball. :... ,;:;. --
Dr. Fred V, Hem told the an annual
nual annual meeting of the AMA here
that, for one thing,' such sctivitles
"shut out" girls ind the notso.
phvsicaily.ptfted toys. f -.-'-
The la vis ins of facilities,
equipment, time and attention dn
the physically.glfted, according to
Hiln, "help! to perpetuate phy.
alcal unfitness among the rest of
' Thi expert from the AMA, Bu.
reiu o Health Education1 ohi.
cago, nixed bowl games, alt.star
events and "other astivities.that
tend to force (on children) pat.
term of sports designed for col.
lege and professional athletes."
- what is needed, he said, 'is. i
program specially tailored to the
need! of f"ilt boys' ind girls,'? y
Also black-listed by Heln Were
night games events far way
from home, 'and eommereUt prn.
motions which, he said, "seek to
exploit youth lor seui&n cur
In another report, a Detroit high
school tennis coach Said all chil.
aren start out as ; noor snorts"
and that It is ud to Barents and
coaches, w exempli. to hem
She critic ted the ixsmoli set
by mothers who flout st br dee.
fathers who burn after a missed
putt, and coaches Who cUrse, boo,
or otherwise show ni-temper.-"
Named president elect of the
ama xnursdsy was ate uui M.
Orr, an Orlsndo, Fla.,' Urologist.
SOUTK'S bidding WSS verr bid.
With a ootid siven.cird heart suit
he had no reason to attempt to
find a four. four fit in snsdeS.
Eventually when North went
from six hearts to six spades South
realised the error of his ways and
rescued nimseit to six no.trump.
This left West with quite a prob.
lem as to his opening lead, lie was
quiti sure that South hsd meant
to get to six neirts ind since he,
Wist, wii looking it three little
neirts .tni neirt luit would tin.
doubtedly come in for South. It
wokea ii if two fsst dlimond
tricks might be necessary end
west opened the deuce of dlam.
South could have piayea the
king from dummy but who would
imagine aft imderlead of an ace
against a slsm, South played low.
Eli couldn't Imsglne the
unaenean. ne piayed the eishth
and South'! ten won the trick.
, .South proceeded ta make seven
oecause ne nad 12 top tricks In
the other suits ind West wag in.
-I 'don't blame "West "ifa h'd
made a wonderful lead but I can't
Diame aasi too mucn eltner,-Thi
P M i thi ( eighth ;was mighty
temptlni and -It should not Save
SJ!kL-hfWm4' 4 thi
a uuuer, v
For th ; tsenefit of th rnflv
reader! who have, written about
the Dee;: M,; 1957, ;'.hand North
should haveHeld -threeisK
and three clube. The error was
blime the, bridge gremlins who
haunt me occasionally, ; Thanks
t t ii s rn
Mil 3 it
J1TT, 1 I
' S.j?y rs i 1
ve:;ti:rl"g ta ;
si f 8 r ecr-t i i
fidci. e U t s (
tne en- -i. i i
n;!j i-i ) t, r s
York" S"1 la'.,-r a I t U
land's n't t. 'v. is t
to mU b- Jal ft S r t rf
rsl...,Crf x Lr v ,a
is in una (rlML t? it
Century f t. I a s i f
lead in "Vl,.ir, j t c i is
Mexico, and ta!r inn
er aa wen as sn s- ; e
wrote a .song caned "It's a Lon Lonely
ely Lonely Kind of Lovi" that wai n
good they fflsde it the film's
theme, .The Msmie Vsn Dnr
en-Ray Anthony explosions are be
coming frequent and loud again
' 13 m r : :t,l 'XX Cf : t t-i.u.
i.u. t-i.u. hn t I. i,c I La -t
i-n-U v,.,i that ttt1 uli and
tl-..:' truncal sl.ccj. thrri mj mj-or
or mj-or tf.s studios are b,,l,Lri lor
I. i-s wss'.eJ for a a' jr.
t'r.t talt in the ton it rs- ,ig
Erwdwiy i'!;.ir,-l.rinrrr. "Ja '.
tkiti en "Liuli vvcTen.'''
A' fin fit: i htt
i-fanifone throujh fivi huoindi la
west ; ttMh a-..t u,k
U, ; .-- i ; him
. You, South, hold'
AJ2 fKltlg QJ
Whit do vou do
A .fild fnne ImIm V. ...
layiflf She trotthdwofk t
fens arainst n .nijl -m
sevefl spade bidl. it f$ur partner I
insists on raislnr tone el.ih I
" ,w ei oatjt to dlaihdads
without tee mudt ig.
- Wist doubles, your four-club
bid Ind it iS passed ironnrt la
you. What do you dO"
Answer Tononnr' ..
Sophu Loren flipped over
Lent Home s talent, caught "U
males" twice within Id daVl...
Xukia. fran and Ollie. one of the
clsislc talevinion shows, ts a.most
set for t revival. The hudtil nx is
serious and detaila .hould be an-
' Jean Paul Sartre obviously is
growing frigntiuny meiiow for
an existentiali'Sct eiant. He's writ"
ten a play called 'Love' to which
thl heroine, to bo played by Ma
fin Olivier, nyi "Js films" 3T
times. ,. v
N msffer what Cefliril
Rafael Trujillo tells the press
abiut his long-playing yachting
Sirty in tha W Caast, it's
ii Zii Oiler wha'i priduiing
thi Hollywood lamr bays and
glrlt. When she quits playing
heatis she'll tiki iff for lu
ripe te star lit "The Two Mr.
Cirnlll" In the role Elizabefh
: liriner irilttd on thi tread tread-way
way tread-way stages- for British TV.
Lord Adrian" Foley : has been
aeen m tne local spots with uia uia-dvs
dvs uia-dvs Shelley, but it's no romance:
happily married, ind merely con concocting
cocting concocting lyrici to fit some of his
lordship' tunes. ;.. .Franchot
Tone's chums think he's sitting
on I new story.
"New laces -of 1928," the revue
Which drew .such good notices in
California, had to break up be because
cause because the "forgotten" Stars Rudy
Vallee and Harry Richman, for
example suddenly remembered
how to ask for bi,g money. So the
big ; names hive been written
Out Of the sliow and, it will bl
brought back With mimic! ; Im Impersonating
personating Impersonating the 'stars. H 1
; ftobert Montsomery. advisor to
President Eisenhower on video
niJUH s lew short vrnt ranri hit
sudiiioned mors thai a a, ,-,-n ne
sppllcants for ti g pojt) U cona.ilt cona.ilt-tng
tng cona.ilt-tng i fochU'a-Ut to t.ni out
Why, ,1, Will come it ni) sur sur-rrisi
rrisi sur-rrisi to the true fcfevin tim
Jeromi Robblni' "tui;e:. U. S
A." Ii a i imish at tin r.ifaio
festlvil. H!g!ili:ht of tl rroi'rsm
is the new ballet, "N'.Y. Export: -Op.
Jazz," with sets bv Ben
Shahn, Tht dancing group may
be sent to Russia following rte
arfearanci it thi Eruiseit tr.
Brace yourselv,' music lov.
rs, A new rock-'a'-rolier who
calls himself Randy Luky hsi
come un with a disc titled "I
Was A Teen Age Cave Man".
tole Porter is remaining in virt virtual
ual virtual seclusion, in Beverly Hills.
w Royal matchmakers DHieVo
Princess Alexsndra and the Mara
uiS of Hamilton may WiM up a
peach of i pair...steady duet at
tho Housef Vienna i sinter Do-
Cha"d!erW nd ?Uyboy rr,d
k Peter "Ustinov isn't Idle whin'
hf H 'Snit,l ln, "Romanoff
and Juliet" or atarrlng on TV.
He'i tolling, more or less simult simultaneously,
aneously, simultaneously, on a screen piay and
I.'d7 A Perl;
'Love, 2i3 Zn'
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Free.,
spending Rafael Trulillo Jr., 29.
year.old Dominican Republic gen.
oral, has given up plana for av
party on his personal "mart Of
war" in fayor of a luxurious- hotel
soiree, v ?;'
- Scene Of the celebration, expect. ;
ed to draw some of filmland's too
figures, wai switched without
Slanation Wednesday from the
50-foot Aflgeiiti riding at San
Pedro in Los Angeles harbor.
But, one fact now. appeared cer. ?
tain. The -.generous general'i
blonde ,'friertd, actress Zsa' Zia
Gabor, wou'd be the hostess at
matters, stepped somewnat out tne party, juiy 8 at the Beverly
Of charader the other evening! Hilton Hotel. 'Vi
and attended a Jazz session at
A W I i l 'xf7v 1 1 I
the ftoundtable with his daughter
itllsabeth and her husband,
Young. Rather to his surprue,
boo dug the scene. .Harry Karl,
who decked Marie,, McDonald
with many a- gem, is losing ho
lime duplicating his generosity
with Rhoda Fleming His first
present to her was a diamond
Studded wristwatch, and they've
ust startea aaung,
Miami iBiach movie house own
ers, who are among those stag
germg from last wintu-i oil-
asters, would like the eity fathers
hd prgrubit hotel owners froM
ShOWlne free motion nictures to
"Unfair." I thetr contectlon.
Vacationers returning form
Jimilei art ahattering abeut
a girl named Jean Castfclc,
' employed by a Kingston travel
geAcy, who Is an amiilhf
dewhU for Elfridl VeH Nlrlrlf?
Of TV's "21". She's the same
age, just as prettv, has wern
her hair in exactly Elffida'l
fashiirt for years arid ia known
as thl amirtest girl 1(1 town,
(Hat tWI College d3ries, l
menf ether credits.) t Thelso
whe'Vl Sltrt her think the till till-vision
vision till-vision producer could crllte
quite an effective stunt by bring bring-ln
ln bring-ln hir .up hen to tingle wh)i
JadUllyn McKeever, Who phyS
the role of, th 'Vunamorous".
Zsa Zsa's invitations to an I.'
elusive list 6? 13. celebrities resd:
r "I s would like to i invite you td
attend a party in honor of my
dear friend, hii excellency Ren.
Rafael Trujillo Jr. at O'Escoffier
of the Beverly Hilton at 1:30
O'clock. Black tie."
Signed, "Love. Zsa Zsa."
When first planned, the party
was to have been a nautical afj
fair on the polished 'decks of the
Angellta, classed as a "man of
war".-but equ'ied only with $
The reason for the fling alio
has been changed. Originally it
was to have celebrated young
Trujiiio's graduation from the
U.S, Army's Commsnd ind Oen.
eral Staff School at Ft. Leaven,
A hitch developed whenTrtu
jillo, son of, Dominican strongman
Rafael Trujillo, received a "cer.
tlricate of- attendance" onlv from
the School because of absence!
U.S. TO KECIIVI DATSUMS
TOkYO fUPn-JSPan Will shio
nearly 500 "Datsun'r four.passed
ter automobiles to the United
States this year in an attempt to
compete in the small car field, the
Kyodo news agency reported
todsy,. The D atsuns, which
have .37-horsepower engines and
are capable ef speeds exceeding
70 miles in hour, will be sold on
thl U.S.-market for $1,800 each.
Children don't cry with New Johnson & Johrisofl first Aid Cream
Now-a ne w; antiseptic ; that
fights infection without stinging
No other antiseptic not even iodine is so. effective,
, yet so sraf for cuts, Burns, abrasions."-' ,'
won't sting won't irritate tissues speeds healing
fights infection penetrates deeper, protects longer
relieves pain quickly greaseless, stainlesi
Th6 rnddern first aid treatment for the whole family;
"'"' 0 -''" T Vi 'ffr-n hj- .j
Another qwality product
tot a young man to break a date
with a girl, lor any reason except
an emergency over which he has
no control is Unforgivably rude,
Once he has asked for a flat! hi
isn't free to change his .plans,
Nor should "the girl break a
date, either .-unless it can't -be
MUSICIANS MOST ADDICTED
LONDON (tJPI) The only oc.
cupational group in Britain with
notieeaoe-number of narcotics
addicts is jaZi musicians, the gov.
erdment reported yesterday. ',
Used after every t f
ehane, Mexana -l
frerrms pent nun,
mnmim una gaiiing,
t flings close, ktept
baby frtih, com-
MtdieaMS Mnm Skin Crom hclpt haal
lnful unburn. lit Unolin tmomht
ltd "dt!pn( hd.." fyr,
' Last presentations
in the Bella Vista
K CLAftEMCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA
providing: music lor your
. dminsr and dancing pleasure
CELEBRATE THE 4th with u
Cpecial Menu will be Served
if IM THE BALBOA ROOM from noon
Ji inc Dt.Ln ioin in ins cyoiiimjj
; v Clarenc Martin's) Orchestra playing
' AnifTIIU 1UM NAM
. t " t'Mi' 'TKlrlM:f'-;
A PARTY WS HELD the Other night at the Fort Amador Off leers' Open Mess to mark the retirement of Wllllttm Ellii Jones,'
chief of the Pacific District of the. canal Zone, Fire Division. Over 50 guests attended the party, among them, pictured here
Iromlefb to fight are! Cant. Ernesto Aroflemena, of the Pana tna, Fire' Department; Tomas G. Duque, third chief Panama Fire
.Dept.; William E." Joaes; Henry L. Donovan, Director of the pi vll Affairs Bureau in the Canal Zone; anoTRaul Arango, chief
Of the Panaam Fire Department. Under a new arrangement, the Pacific District and the Atlantic District will be Integrated
under the command of Atlantic side chief William 11 Caswell,
Social, and Otlt
turn far FiarM ;
, Luis Carlos Noli, Jr., ion ol Mr.
ind.MM.: mis c. Noll of Las cum cum-bres,
bres, cum-bres, left by plane yesterday after-
Ycur.o Blends Dri-2
' WASHlKGTON (Upf)- Elderly
Sep. Usher L. Burdlck (R-N.D.)
has decided he' doesn't "want to
annul his marriage to his young
blonde former secretary, after ath
Why th 70.year.old congress,
than changed hit mind remained
ltivcturv: flurdifik WIS not Com.
But an aide said no reconcile,
tlon was involved. '
The assistant, C. J. Berry,
laid yesterday Burdlck flad sent
I telegram asking that his annul,
ment suit be dopped to the clerk
of tha Cass Country. District Court
In North Dakota.
Tha wealthy tanchef poltttan
and 38.year.old Mrs Jean Rodgers
toefe married here Fe0. "2(l, He
has Said she agreed to marry him
if he promised to, give her his
Washington home arid provide for
noon for Galnsvine, Florida.' He
will begin his atudies; at the Unt'
versity of Florida. (
Anneuflc BiHh of Daughter"
Mr., and Mrs. Rertato OfcOres of
Panama 'City announce the birth
of a daughter at San Fernando
cume on June 36.
Dinner 1 Henor "v -'
Cut 'lllit Mri Tncnh It Wnl
ton Will be aucSt of honor thU pvp-
anus oi, a- uuiuci yaiy iv e Kiv-
1 Li. y"1 I .. 1 -wi -Vt -t
en uy uh. ana wrs. jonn lod lod-ev
ev lod-ev in their Fnrt riavtnn hnm
They will leave on Monday ior
Col. Walton's new assignment'. At
on buss, xexas.
her-four.year-old son by a'prevl.
ous marriage which ended in di di-VorCC.
VorCC. di-VorCC. - f
A few woiilre latoi hnU.'Mii1
Burdlck filed an annulment SUli
in Fargo; N.D., contending the
nuptiais naa never neen consum.
-Mrs, kotlgers promptly filed a
suit of her own here asking for
40d temporary monthly alimony.
Burdick's attorneys argued that
me woman7! suit snouitt ne dis.
missed. They said the lawmaker
was unable to consummate,' the
marrlaep. because of Dhvsient dls.
abilities, 1 Mrs. Aodgers herself
never Intended to consummate it,
and ner Reno divorce from lier
first hiusband was lnSdcUqate.
f In tvery Green Oknt can,
you get tha cream of the pea
, crop carefully selected tot extra
. favor, for eiza and color, iuccu iuccu-1
1 iuccu-1 Unt And delicious and ready to
serve packed at the fleeting
taoftent of perfect flavor. ','
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tt lK y "lf iff
V 4 V J
l: I iv
The letlvi'.lrs i toe Bethel Mis.
lion Church in Hraiso on Sunday
will include i water baptism It
tne 7:1a p.m. ifrvlce.
'l'ha itiprlil bantlim miiim.
will be'ueiivered by Whllam ve,
tne flew mansKPr e. Editorial Car.
it)i. Eve recciuiy arrived from the
U.S.A. to rp-.'.tct tha Rv. t.t.r
Soerhclde who his returned to the
formed by the Rev. W. H. Stew,
art, pastor of the church and as as-sisUu
sisUu as-sisUu by Deacons C. C. Clarke,
Hubert Blades. Albert Lowe, Sis.
ft. Stewart. Lillian Blades and
Millicent Ogarro. Thou baptised
in this service will be received
into the membership of the church
next Sunday at the 11. a.m. Divine
other activities listed for the
WfpV IP mllnui' utrtHrf...
night, Young People Society;
Wednesday night, midweek Chris.
imn reiiowsnip wnen tne courch
and the new mamhari ultt
In a time of thanksgiving. J
All narinna ttitin k.. .T-U.i.
the Tabogroutini on Saturday ire
reminded to be at tha Balboa Pier
"JUDGEMENT" IS THE TOPIC
SERMON-SUNDAY,- JUNK 29
Jisw i tetr,lly W we l- tn
words .Of Jesus "Judge not, that
ye be not judged"?. The ; Hev.
xneoaore is; Franklin, paltor of
the Margarita Union Church; will
endeavor tn afltiw UU -...u.
in nis Sunday morning sermon at
Coco Solo end Margarita, tit his
entitled his sermon, ','TeU It To
Muslo for the lervlce will be
provided by Mrs. Frederick Saur.
soprano soloist: She will be "5
rnmnotiloH eh. i.
Zbi?A&,M h Pastor In
15? ?LTy Hospitality will be
Mr. and Mrs. win am d i..,.
jQi l VOCO SO.
Sunday evening at 7 n m thr
will b a meetini in tne
t union Church for th. .Sgl
ihg for church membership, Those
neuuuig vne meeting will be
TAl,y Meevad Into membership
. l ,mo?lhiy jf ommunioft serv.
JU1' in Margarita U.
nion Church consists of one united
congregation but holding two serv.
lcesflon Sunday, one in Coco Sold
iV.il. ;Vi' r"u i"" eona at Mir.
garita (ii a.m.),
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V :ro SPARK YOUR 4th OF JULY OUTFITS 1
' Pins, earrings, -bracelati, necklaces, ropee,;,- FELIX has thim All In
lh latut aty'Us. Come, see choose. 1
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Third Roundtripper Wins
! For Athletics In 12th
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, June 27 (UPI) Panamanian
Hector Lopez of the Kansas City Athletics supplied
the big noise in the American, League with' three
home runs that sunk the Washington Senators, 8-6,
in 12 innings.
. .... ,. x i
, '" Lopez third homer of Uie game
came in the 12th with one on off
i Vito Valentinetti and earned re re-'
' re-' liever Murry Dickson his sixth vic victory.
tory. victory. He triumph was the A's
sixth in a row, their longest win winning
ning winning itreak sine they shifted the
franchise from Philadelphia yto
Kansas City four years ago. ? I
Ted Williams' ninth homer f of
the year in the eighth inning pow pow-,
, pow-, ered the Boston Red Sox toa 2-1;
. victory over the Cleveland Indians.,
Williams hit his tie-breaking hom-j
er off Cal McLisb, who also was
'tagged for a seventh inning horn horn-'
' horn-' er to. Dick Gernert. v :
Ike Delock held the Indians to
1 five hits and struck out 12 to notch
' his fifth victory without a defeat.
' Southpaw Jack Harshman of
- the Oriolti turned in hit third
shutout of the campaign by beat
ing th Tigers, J-0r with a five-.
' Baltimore picked up its first run
' ott loser Billy Hoeft in the open
ing frame on a, walk, Dick,; Wil
Jliams single, a wild pitch and a
'sacrifice fly and its final run in
the sixth on Bob Boyd's homer.
;The victory was Harshman's 6th.
' Hitless. relief pitching over the
last 2 2-3 innings by Bobby Shantz
and Art Ditmar helped the. Yan Yankees
kees Yankees to a 4 3 triumph over tlie
White Sox. ; -s , ,-Johnny
Johnny ,-Johnny Kucks; who was credit credit-,
, credit-, e.d with the victory, was lifted in
the seventh. aftenJim' Rivera, hit
a tworfun homer. Shantz and Dit Ditmar
mar Ditmar then throughly bottled up Ch Ch-it
it Ch-it cftf ftttcfc.v vv- &-yt,&i2ft -Dick
Donovan lield the tfYanks
scoreless until the sixth when they
rallied for three runs with the aid
of four singles. Norm Siebern's
homer in the seventh proved to
be the winning run. '
, .The Dodgers have a date for the
world .-V series to watch it on tele
vision :-and just so no bn.can
'em bum sports rthey are try-j
in to eet the Braves to loin them.
T- Dodgers are still mired irt last
--e .but, theVre on be list; for
giving Milwaukee trouble this sea sea-Thevi
Thevi sea-Thevi havt iiow beaten the World
rhamplon Brave, straight times
th s vear and for those figure m
brtswho like toJdig way back,
the Dodgers boast eight victories
- a row over Milwaukee since lasts
Drvsdale did the honors
If st nieht with a 4-1 triumph over
the Braves that sliced their Na National
tional National League lead to one-and-a-
half games. 1
r The lanky ll-year-old fastball fastball-r
r fastball-r set down Milwaukee on eight
hits and added a bit of icing t
the victory cake with a seventh-
inning homer off loser Lew Bur Bur-J
J Bur-J dette. Charity Neal also chipped
' in with his 11th homer, of the sea sea-!
! sea-! son In the second Inning. ...
Southpaw Johnny Antonelli lim-
i Ited Cincinnati to seven ; mts in
'pitching San Francisco to 5-1 de
! cision. Antonelli was locked ln-i
1-1 Ditching duel with Harvey Had
:dix until the eighth when the Giants
rallied for four runs, including or
jlando Cepeda's 15th. homer with
t two men on base.
llie ol. uuuia vaiuiuaia ucat wic
(Pittsburgh Pirates, -2,v for their
I need water only
..ld$t longer, tpo! V ;
t I" I
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: : : Autlite4Sta-fuI' Batterie have fibre-tfltM inautation to
ft w-w kjv-i aa iiuv-'
Vmh nnwer-nroducins material
? posU and connectors to preVent acid seepage aad corroeion..
I ... the vifii-fill venU,' wluch indicate fluid level in the battery, f
pievent piUing-over." j .-, ' Hn a
! 'Av n (lf fto. lt la Omu) No." JiVTS f X30S4
OROUW FROM THE PROVINCES AND .GAS STATIONS ;
' miiL RECEIVE IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
sixth straight win in the only oth
er National League game schedul
Three errors contributed to the
downfall of the Pirates, who lost
their sixth straight. Left fielder
Bob Skinner dropped Stan Musiai's
flv ball for a two-base error in the
seventh and the Cards went on to
score three runs on four hits off
vern law. : '-":''
?. Another pairifor errors by the
usually brilliant-fielding Bill Ma Ma-Tproski
Tproski Ma-Tproski in the ninth enabled the
Cardinals to add two more un unearned
earned unearned runs; Lindy McDaniel gain gain-ed
ed gain-ed his fourth victory although re
auirine relief from Larry Jackson
in the eighth! Frank. Thomas hit
his 2lst homer ,for the Pirates. n
Position As 160-lb, :
Contender Yilh Yin
CHICAGO (UPI) Rory Calhoun
improved his position as a poien poien-tin!
tin! poien-tin! challeiicer .for the middle.
weioht titlR with a win over Bobby
Rnvd Wednesday night, but
nnvri't manaeer. Bernard Glick'
man,icame up wilh a novel alibi
for the defeat.
They penalized Boyd to penal
ize me, ''he said, pomting out
that he has. received unfavorable
publicity recently in Jlew York s
inuoMioatlnn nf hnxine.
"Boyd won the ngnx," ne aaaeu,
"The referee t waiter urignimuiev
warnpd Bovd about fighting on the
ropes and he never warnea .uie
other guy once.t ana ne wm n t-
tina Dnvri nn thp hack of the neck.
below the belt, and on the- kid'
nevs in every round.'
Glockman was infuriated, par particularly
ticularly particularly because of a knockdown
of Boyd in the 9th round, jie
charged that cauioun nil ujo.vu
with his forearm instead of the
glove and that instead of receiv receiving
ing receiving credit for a knockdown, he
should have lost, uie rouna on
. .. ..." 1 ---V- ...XJ. ;i.
"Instead of a 5-3 "round for him.
If 'should have been 5-4 for Boyd.
he said, "and that would havi
given us the fight. Boyd won sev
an nf h 10 Tniinds." : -.
All officials had the bout scored
for Calhoun, who won his 35th
hmit in 40 oro outings. Referee
Bri?htmore gave' him a 48-52
count. Judge James McManus 47 47-43,
43, 47-43, and Judge John Bray, 45-44.
The United Press card also- was
47-43 for' Calhoun.
Calhoun denied he bit IBoyd with
his forearm in scoring his second
knnrkrtown of the bout in the 9th.
"I hit him first with my glove,
he said, "'but it vslid off a lit le
and it might have looked like he
got hit wkh my arm, ti
PREACHER WAS ROBBED
WEST PLAINS, Mo. (UPI)
Preacher Roe, ex-Brooklyn u oa
erpitcher, is having more trouble
with tmeves inan.ne usea w uc
with National League base-steai-
r nopa sunermamei w a
nhhaif nf $1 ono two months ago
and again of ?100 tnu ween.
3 times a. year i
Aule-Uto "Sia-fuT, lollri hvn
en than thru tmit ikt HvM rt rt-wrvt
wrvt rt-wrvt f crthnatf bett'i mi
iwW water wtf 4 Mi m far.
AH oval wipBHoit Aulo-lito
"Sto-M" pWi pra.hHy tanni
mni cMv. and 'atimari pkM
ITA.HJI, lATTfallt IICAUSI-
in clace and assure longer a.
(Based on 135 o ficial at bats) t
G AB R H Pet.
Mays, S.F. 66 266 55 59 .372
Musial, St. L. 60 21S 32 78 .358
Crowe, Cinci. 47 153 16 54 .353
Dark. Chicago 50 203 23 69 .340
Ashburn, Phila. 62 242 38 82 .339
Green, St. L. 56 177 26 57 .322
Snider, L. A. 53 171 20 55 .322
Skinner, Pitt. 7 63 240 45 77 .321
Torre, Mil. r 58 145 16 46 .317
Temple, Cinci. 62 242 32 75 .310
Hoak, Cinci., 62 242 33 75 .310
Vernon, Cleve. 53 146 25 51 .349
65 258 34 86 .333
57 184 28 61 .332
63 236 48 75 .318
54 206 28 65 .316
58 195 24 61 .313
McDougald, N.Y. 54 199 31 62 .312
Bridges, Wash. 67 240 27 74 .308
Power, Cleve. 59 231 39 71 .307
Kaline, Det. 64 226 28-69 .305
Thomas Pirates ;
WaUs, Cubs J
Jensen,. Red Sox
Gernert,. Red Sox .
RUN BATTED IN IN
Banks,' Cubs 1 ''
Mays, Giants '.
Jensen, Red Sox
Gernert, Red Sox
Skowron, Yankees -Minoso,
' , PITCHING
(Based on 7 decisions)
- NATIONAL LEAGUE
i. -X W L Pet
Larsen, Yankees 6 1
Turley, Yankees '"',11 S
Ford, Yankees 8 3
Dicksonr Athletics !. 6 3
Dodgers, Foes Face
Waiting Period On
LOS ANGELES ttlPn Bnlh
sides in the controversy over the
city's contract with the Dodgers
for Chavez Ravine today faced a
waiting period of a week to 10
days before Superior Judge Ar
nold praeger rules oh three tax.
Praeger took the case under
submission Wednesday at the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of arguments by attorneys
for the taxpayers, the Dodgers
. Pending a ruling by Praeger on
whether the contract for Chavez
Ravine is 'valid.t he Dodger plans
for a new 12-million dollar stadi
urn are at a standstill.
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Near El Halcon
Phone 3-7733 ,., ,; -Central
47 Phone 2-2504
WIMBLEDON THREAT Tall. Christine Truman, the 17-year-old English lass who led fcrltain
to its first Wightman Cup. victory over the US. in years, is shown in action during an early
rouna match in the Wimbledon champlonshios. Christine is considered the greatest threat to
t!etpr.dn:c; champion Althea Gibson of New Yorki She scored an upset victory over Miss Gib Gibson
son Gibson during the Wiphtman Cup matches.
By Conrado Sargeant
Turfman Sylvio Lazzarin has de decided
cided decided to race bis untried Argen Argentine
tine Argentine two-year-old colts here, ac according
cording according to well-informed sources.
The four youngsters Saneado,
Sugus, Mercedario and Esbirro 1
were the talk of the dockers sev several,
eral, several, months ago when they burn burned
ed burned up the local oval during their
Lazzarin originally planned to
take his colts to the U.S. but has
apparently ohanged his mind and
will race them here before taking
them aboard. The colts are being
readied for their debut by veter
an trainer Henry White.
The .first throughbrod product
of Ttmi Diai Haras Rio Catca Catca-das
das Catca-das arrived this wook at tho
President Ramon racetrack. He
BALBOA GUN CLUB
The Balboa Gun Club purchas
ed a new kind of trap from Lee
Carr. secretary Pedro Mi
guel Gun Club, and installed it up
at their Far Fan Trap Range last
: Lee. J the inventor, calls the
trap a "Razzle-dazzer". and that
is just what it does. The birds
are thrown out in any direction,
high or low. except "for 10 degrees
straight back over the shoUer's
head. , .,
The' shooter stands In one posi position
tion position and has to shoot the birds
before they pass him on the right
or lent siae, nor tne saiety oi me
spectators and other snooters m m-hind
hind m-hind him. It is almost liV walk-
tntf iin nm tit nur wPSiKl Dhe
asants you never know whichjof this year. J
uidv thav will flv i'.. ".''.-'i
71 I J ..... Wl f
. Don't think it is easy. Five shoot
ers tried it last week, with the
following resultsMaury Holmes
20; Doc. Norris, 19; Bill Cunning Cunningham,
ham, Cunningham, 15 ,he had trouble with
birds flvine: crass high downhill).
Lee Carr took alternate Shots with
Bobbv Kielhofer. with Lee slaugh
tering 9 and BoDby 7 tor a wiai
of 16 out ot Z5 snots. ; v
If any; of you think; you:' can
beat these scores come out next
Saturday at 2' o.m.. June 28.
There will b plenty opportunity
to slav them. - r
There, was some .other regular
trap shooting but no one seems, to
be proud enough of their to have
them published. except uoc ior-
ris with a doubles score of 43 out
of 25 oair and Bobby Kielho.er.
with a 23 out-of 25 at 18, yards
This Saturday's shoot is for
those who to get in t ;. little
practice for" the Isthmus- Trap
xhhotintf Association's' reeistcred
shoot to be held Sunday at the Cris
tobal Gun Club.' ',
. - -u
Is Tuturo, handsome chestnut
colt by Cyclone Malone-Lot 0' 0'-Trouble.
Trouble. 0'-Trouble. 1
- The Jurado-Fernandez importing
firm that has given local horse
ffccuig such good performers a4
Guadalcanal, As You Like Her,
plans to intensify its acivities
soon. The firm imports through through-breds
breds through-breds exclusively from England.
Their purchases, however, may
included Irish and French racers
The Benevolent Progressive In
dependent Order of Elks of the
worm. wm fe nonorea wiin a nan
dicap at the local track: on Jaiy
13. Two Panama City iks lodges
are scheduled to inaugurate their
new ?'hom,e' on Via Espana on
Several local riders are said to
be miffed because Dr. Roberto
Reid allegedly stated that he was
"much impressed with the Prcsi
dent Remon racetrack but not by
the jockeys, the majority of whom
are mediocre. J
. If Bobby did make such a state
ment, we ; are incuned to ..agree
with him. Heiiodoro 5 Gustmes
Braulio Baeza, Fernando Alvarez
Ruben Vasauez. Bias Aguirre, Al
fredo Vasauez. Amado Credidio.
Guillermo Rivera and Julio Ro Rodriguez
driguez Rodriguez are capable of booting
home winners on any track. The
reat of the riders, however, with
one or .two exceptions are
El Panama Americas selector,
Belisario Tejada, enters the final
weekend of June with a nine-point
margin over the Star and Herald's
Arquimedes Fernandez jr. hn Ji-s-
trella de Panama's Donald v in
cent is third ten points behind the
leader. Vincent also looms a sure
thing to win the quarterly prize
for the second three-month period
' oOo v
Tho Incomparable Jose (Paco)
Bravo is reportedly planning to
comeiout of retirement and get
back in tho saddle. Brave has
boon training horses with some
Success, at the Hipodromo do las
.Americas in Mexico City but
could probably earn much more
by riding winners himself.
Two newcomers are scheduled
to make their debut this1 weekend
They, are the Chilean racer, Al
Justo and ualancha. At justo is a
five-year-old bay son of Packet Of
Tea-Kas con Kas. v -It
mav be recalled that the Well
bred and highly-rated Packet ofi
Tea was a disappointment at the
old Juan Franco track. Al Justo
is owned by Gabriel Ossa Vicuna
and trained by Salvador Jimenez
He was reportedly !a top ; fligh
performer in Chile.
Calancha is a two-year-old colt
by Cockney out of Huerta. He; rac
ed in Chile under the name of Don
Antonio.. Felipe Perdomo owns and
i trains the bay colt.. ;
3 NEW RISG
Choose th RISE that's
right for you and get
in Yx th tim. V
rIl instant "leSlsr
NEW YORK.; June 27 (UPI)
Montreal, backed by three; horn.
ers, defeated Richmond, 4-1, 10.6,
Thursday night to increase its In.
ternational league lead over Tor.
onto to two games, i
Toronto split a pair with Colum.
dus, dropping the1 first, 4-0, and
winning me nightcap, 7.5.
.. Bob Lennon provided Montreal'
irwuiiiB margin in 1 tne opener
when he slammed his 14th home
run with a man on to overcome a
ociiuii. i wo more Koyal mark
ers in the sixth enahW I mm f a
sorda to pick up his niptb. win in
12 decisions. r
Homers bv Dan natt .nj m..,i.
Parns. parked Montreal's 12 hit
udLK m me second game as Re
ne Valdes won his eighth game a
liugh Pepper evened his record
. iivB.au py wmtewashing Toron
to 'with' three-hits in the sevpn.in
DiPJ opener. Toronto came through
nuu w:e jnomers m the second
Kauieau even rno nioht'a ant iif;-
, ..... Y o a ni.ufiui;t
u, wuson macked a pair and
.iu iuumpson mi one to account
for six of .the funs. Pat Soanrw,
m. . i ;. v
1 3 ww nis iotn as against three
ter tO Wlthm B half.ama nt
to as he three.hit H
his eighth triumph. He hai lost
In other pa mo1 : niaved n.f;.:
8i Buuaio, o.i scoring four tal
e via ine nome run route.
The standings and linescores
(First Game 7 InnihncV
Richmond ? t 100 000 01 4
Montreal 000 202 x-4 a
Dick and Oldis Lasnrrta-
(First Game 7 Inninotl
Columbus 102 001 0-i. 9 0
Toronto 000 000 09' s 9
Pepper 'and Rand Crimian
Pearce (6). ftirharrf Y7V J
(Second Game) -
Richmond 003 000 300-6 8 3
Montreal 222 004 OOx.10 12 1
'. Bethel.vBrowning (4) and Oldis
Command (5)- Valdes, Collum (8)
and Catta. WP-Valdes. LP.Bethel
HRSThomas, Gatta, Parrisf Com.
( Second Ga me px rrt":'r
Columbus 004 oof 000-5 7 2
ToHto ,; 201 000 40x-7 10 1
Kelly, Arroyo (7) and Unoska
Rand (3) Scantlebury aid Thomp
on, LP.Kelly HRS-Wilson. &
Pendleton,; Thomson, Wilson.
ir'i..".- ... f;
c wu "Uu 000 0 4 3
ivucuesier-- zu3 010 30x4) 11' 1
Santiago Pena (3),,Montejo !)
and Izquierdo;MBlaylock, CibSon
(8 and Katt. WP.Blaylock: LP
mel...Av;.f?4,.KK-:; v ,-.. ... ,,
,''", A-r'y--- Kt- -;,';.t
Miami "' 003 000 021-8 14" l
Buffalo ? 000 000 010-1 6 0
, Card well and Bucha; Cox, Ro.
dnguez m, Newkirk (9) and No.
ble. LP-Cox. HRS-Herrera, Ham.
ric,, Smith;v-,:f'' ;:v-";'. r. i'
WINS SENIOR PROFESSIONAL
WALLASEY, Eng. :"(UPI)-lNor-
man Sutton of Exefer, England,
sained the 'unofficial world's sen-
mr golf ; championship Wednesday
when he defeated Gene Sarazen
of Germantown. N.Y.. 2-1. in a
rain-swept 36-hold leacher .Inter .International
national .International Senior Professional tour
nament. Sutton .overcame Sara
zen't- one-up -lead after the-iirst
18 holes in the two-round tourney
by squaring the match at the 19th
and going ahead at the 29th.
W L Pet. GB
35 27 J45 -34
29 .S40 l'i
34 31 .537
30 31 .492
32 35 .478
32 35 .478
28 33 .459
30 34 .455
Los Angolas t'
" TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at Milwaukee (N)
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
San Francisco at Cincinnati (N)
Chicago it. Pittsburgh (N) v
St. Louis 000 000 312-4 7 0
Pittsburgh 000 011 0002 S 3
(4-7), Jackson and
Law (7-5), Blackburn and Kfa
Los Angeles 111 000 1004 8 0
Milwaukee 000 100 0001 8 1
Deysdale (4-8). and Roseboro.
Burdette (5-6), Conelv and Crand
100 000 040-5
000 001 000-1
Antonelli (8-5) and ; : Schmidt
Haddix (3-4). Nuxhall. Havden
Only games scheduled.
i 5700 MATERIEL MIX
Boyd Brothers 38 6
Remington Rand 21i 12
Snarks, 21 23
Gutters Rats 18 2i
Master Misses 18 ',26
Blinds 16 28
Overdues t 12 32
': .;;' ,j t ,';S'!'v.i
. Boyd Brothers 3 Overdues 1
The two extremes of the 5700
Materiel Mixmasters came to
gether whea, tho first place
Boyd Brother Smith Coronas took
on the long overdue Overdues
which are buried in the deep con.
fines of the cellar. As true champ
ions-to-be i the Smith ; Coronas
pounded out a 3 to il victory This
may have been expected, but the
way the Boyd Brothers ; quintet
did the trick is news.
They spotted the Overdues 102
pins per game and they overcame
this overwhelming handicap ex
cept in the opener which they drop.,
ped by two pins. Jim Mingin of
the Smith Coronas collected a
530 scratch and 560 series, Bert
Moskowitz struck i 502, and Har Harry
ry Harry Rouse 519, With this output by
the males, the; ladies justt ook
it easy. The Overdue gals of the
Overdues also let their male es.
corts do the heavy work. Hal
Eckstein tabbed 511, Roy Nich.
ols 500, and Bill Volh 514.
V Sparks 4 Master Misses 0
The second place Sparks, al
though 7 games out of first place,
refuse to concede the champion.
ship to ; the Boyd Brothers. By
winning au four from the Mast
er Misses, they picked up one
game on the league leaders: Spot.
ting their opposition 75 pins per
session did not phase the Sparks,
who slaughtered the Master Mis.
; Every one in their lineup sparkl
ed. but Benny the Bowler Hays
was especially-Illuminating, with
a 540 scratch and 606 hdep set,
and his little woman was close
by With 599, then the Cases, For.
est and Marie made the select
group; with 549 and 513. And
Ancor man, Vlnce Santell seeing
that the rest or the gang was put.
ting but,' he relaxed put still scor
ed a 516, For the Master Misses
Mel Leidner regained his touch
with a 560 series, and. Al aetree
' Remington. Rand 4
Gutters Rats 0
The Remington Rand Office
machines! baited the trap by hand
ing 'out to the Gutter Rats 41 pins
per game, and then proceeded to
skin the rodents tor amour points.
he Remington Rands also had
500 scratch bowlers in the form of
Claude Hays, with a 544 and 604
hrtcp and Russ Arnold 508,; and
598 hdep set-'fr'.;-: y-'
Thelma Hays jl the RR squad
demonstrated that bowling is for
the ladies with a nice 512 series.
The ironic part of the Gutter Rats
anhilation was that all of them
broke into the 500 society. Car Car-metta;
metta; Car-metta; Harvey feasted on a juicy
534 pintail, which made her the
champion of the Harvey house.
hold for this week,, because hubby
Marvin tallied 508i; Jim Weaver
was the boss man when he eked
a tea pin-advantage over hi& doll
Carrie, 521 to 511. Pierce Mewton
went along with the gang wilh a
W L Pet. GB
41 22 .451 -34
30 .531 7'
32 32 .530 9Vt
33 33 .500 to
30 34 .449 11'!,
31 34 .443 U
29 34 .440 12
28 37 .431 14
- TODAY'S GAMES
.', AMERICAN LEAGUE i
New York at Kansas City (N)
Boston at Detroit (N) ;
Washington at Chicago (N)
Baltimore, at Cleveland (N)
' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 000 003 1004 8
Chicago 000 010 2003 7
Kucks (6-3). Shantz. Ditmar
Donova? (3-8), : Staley and Lol
Boston 000 000 1012
Cleveland : v oooioo 000 i
Delock (5-0) and Berberet,
McLish.(3-5) and Nixon.
100 001 000-2
000 000 000-0
Harshman (6-6i and
Hoeft (6-7), Moford,' Morgan,.
Wehmeier and .W'lson.
Wash. 000 104 010 000-6 12 8
K. City 100 100 040 002- 13
v Griggs. Clevenger, Stobbs, Vai-
enjtinett.i (1-1) and Courtney.
Burnette, Gorman, Grim, Dick
son (6-3) and Smith, ChiUi. ,
Snarks 4 Blinds 0
The Snarks' -transports of the
air carried enough pins to gain a.
wen earned victory over the ;
Blinds who could have used th
service of a few seeine eve's wnJ :
ines. This shutout win, ., enabled
me anarxs to gain a tie for third
place, and put the Blind clnce
to the cellar, k few more falsn .-;
steps, and the Blinds may go
tumbling into the ravine.
' Lor etta 'Stover, using her hand,
leap to a good advantage reached i
a total of 577 to pilot the Sanarks,
Corky Sword threw a corker of a
series, 513, and Jim WiUiams up
held his end with 503. The Blinds
had two, lads who saw enough
strikes and spares' to make it
r4 indJ11or .Jjm Mcoi8e "d
Woody Woody ard.!
Connolly Predicts 1
Easy Track Vir.fory
For US Over Russia
HELSINKI, Finland (UPI) i
Harold Connolly of Boston, the
world hammer-throwing record-
holder, predicted today that tho
American men would soundly
beat the Russians in their track
and field meet at Moscow next
"Our men will give the Bus
sians a sound beating, but tho
Russians are favorites against our
girls in their meet," Connolly said.
Harold and his Czech athlete
wife, Olympic women's discus
champion Olga, arrived here
Tuesday night for a 14-day tour
of Finland during which they will'
appear in six international hack
and field meets.
Holds 3rd Straight v
NCAA GoIf Tou.mey v
WILLTAMSTOWN, Mass. (UPI)
The University of Houston held
its third straight NCAA national
golf championship today as the
field of 64 teed off in the start of
a record-long 144-hole title chase.
Houston, paced by stubby Vhil :
Rpdgers; successfully defended for
the second time its team crjown
Final team standings showed
Houston a dozen strokes' ahead of
Oklahoma State, Southern Calif or- -nia
third at 583. Maryland fourth
at. 548, Rollins fifth at 592,, South-
' T .1.
prn we nouisi ana iNorm lexss 1
State tied at sixth at 596, and
Georgia eighth at 597.
CIRCUS AT EBBETS FIELD
NEW YORK (UPI)There's blj
at Ebbets Field' this 1 summer
weekend but not for baseball
doings at the Polo Grounds and
fans. A rodeo moves into the Pols
Grounds, erstwhile home of th
New "York Giants, Friday. And a
circus opens Sunday in Ebbets1
Field, .where once the Brooklyn
Dodgers put on some pretty classy
shows of .their own.
PIRATES SIGN TWO
U i u
C vi i
A small of field of second series sprinters arc
expected to make up in thrills what the group lacks
in numbers in tomorrow's feature race aver a dis distance
tance distance of six furlongs for a $750 purse at the Presi President
dent President Kemon racetrack.
' The four icheduled starters Na Nagir,
gir, Nagir, Sculptor, Guadalcanal and Go
netino are xpected to be close closely
ly closely bunched at the finish.
Gabriel Ossa Vicuna's speedy
Nagir, probably the fastest horse
over a half mile at the local o o-val,
val, o-val, is sun to be au odds-on mu mu-tuels
tuels mu-tuels choice. Sculptor, Guadalca Guadalcanal
nal Guadalcanal and Gonetino are rated about
Hustling Guillermo Rivera is
lure to enhance the chances of
the fractious son of Nasr-ed-Din.
Leading jockey Heliodoro Gustines
has the leg up on in-and ou'er
Sculptor while rough-rider Virgi-.
lio Castillo will do the booting on
Guadalcanal, an fcnpressive p"st-to-post
winner hisast time ovit,
will probably be second favorite
Race Track Graded Entries
t.t. I Horse Jockey St. Commtnl Oddi
1st Race "Special" Imp. I Fgs. Purse $650.00 V Peel Closes 1:00
- 1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Ml Lbcura
6 Mi Cautiva
A. Credidio 104
G. Milord iOS
E. Dario 105
' C. Quiros lOfix
J. Phillips 108-
F. Alvarez 106
2nd Race 7th Series Imp. I Fgs.
. 2nd RACE OP
1 Behader F. Alvarez 115
2 Empire Cross A. Credidio 108
Zumar B. Aguirr9 110
4 Sober View G. Sanchez 115
5 Ionias Pel
H. Ruiz 108
6 Oliver 5,
7 Amah- s
8 (Pappa Flynn
9 (Cooksmaid i ,G
. No boy, 105
C. Ruiz 108
3rd Race "Special" Imp. e
1 Mio Cid
3 Now Then
6 Acneived r
J. Cadogan 105
Hi' Gustines 115
C. Ruiz 113
G. Milord 105x
' H. Ruiz 1J5
V ,4th Race "H" Natives 5 Furlongi
1 Full Moon G". Milord 102x
2 Filon v .",'A.. Vergara 115
3 Guarare G.' Graell 110
4 El Pequefio $ Carvajal 108
5 Petronila C. Bovil 106
6 San Cristobal G. Sanchez 110
Sth Race "Non. Winners" Nat.' S
2 Don Vito
4 La Casanga
6 Jabalina ..
F. Alvarez 106
J. Jimenez 108
. B. Aguirre 110
M. Hurley 110 v
C. Quiros 105x
R. Vasquez 110
'Special" Imp. 5 Fgs. Purse $650.00 -,
, -1st, RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Vespucio ... R.. Vasquez 113
2 Loberia G. Sanchez 108
3 Pocas Pilchas H. Gus'tmes 108
4 Pastoreo H. Ruiz 110
5 Manuela P. M. Hurley 118
7th Race Sth Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
2nd RACE OP
1 Venganza v m C. Quiros 107x
2 Cartillero : .. F. Hidalgo 115
3 Riotous ,C.. Bovil 110
4 Alhajar H. Gustines 108
5 Greco No boy 115 1
fr Ornamental S. A. Gonzales 100,
7 Cervecero "y G. Sanchez 112
8 Mouche '1 H. Ruiz 115
9 (Phillipipon A. Credidio 113
10 (Segador G, Aguirre 110.
Ith Race 7th Series Imp.
6 Fgs. Purse $400.00
lr-Mezereum" : G. Rivera 110 110-i
i 110-i Lanero J. Jimenez 108
3 CambrioleurV H. Gustines 110
4 Rosier R. Vasquez 115
((Blue Zulu C. Bovil 108
6 (Camberwell A. Gonzales 100
7 (Tony V. Casullo 115
8 Pnncesa Van) F. Alvarez 108
0 Zutphen) J. Phillips 06
9h Racei4th Series Imp. 7 fgs. Purse $600.00 Peel Closes 1:15
' ONE TWO
1 Pibe Lindo E. Dario 110
2 Silver Heels D. Madrid 107x
3 Sabtondo F. Alvarez 113
4 Narcotico i E. Julian U0
5 Michiripa G. Sanchez 110
6 Germanio V. Castillo 110
7 Distingo J, Rodrigues 110
8 Parasol B. Aguirre 115
8 El Agheila C. Kuiz 115
10th Race 2nd Series Imp. 4 Fgs.
1 Nagir G. Rivera 116
2 Scuplor 'H. Gustines 102
3 Guadalcanal F. Alvarez 110
4 Gonetino V. Castillo 113
11th Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fgs.
1 Rajah.' A. Cre'ldh I0B Returns from" layoff
2 J5r'3;i' Si ir A. Vasquez 115 Form indicates
3 -j:, -, j C. ji .vera V5 Makes ciebut here 1
4 (Eremo F. Alparez 112 Improving steadily -6
niicnaux J. ,Roariguez 115 1 Reportedly ready
in the betting at post time. In sev.
eral meetings to date, he hat
never been able to over take Na Nagir
gir Nagir at this distance.
1 Gonetino, a front runner, usual
ly turns in dismal performances
after chasing Nagn for a cupie
of furlongs. C'asiwo. however, nas
been known tc gel the son of Aca Aca-demico
demico Aca-demico to win racing from be be-hind.
hind. be-hind. v y-
Srulntor aDoears to be hopeless
outclassed here. A vict-wy for
him would be a maior upset.
The setondarv attraction should
be an easy aallon for the prom'
ising i inc sprinter Parasol.
Nothing iii the field seems. capa
ble of making him extend mni.
self. i ,'
i. Nine other, prospective thrillers
complete the program. '. ,
Could get up here 3-1
f-Rates fair chance -vv, t-l
i-Nothing recently IS 1
Good early speed 10-1
Dangerous contender ;4 2-1
Best early foot 3 2
Pell Clesei 1:30
Form indicates 1
Would pay nice odds.
Will fight it out? ; ;'
J Can get up '
- Depens on start
-Rates chance too
Peol Closes $:00
Mas shown nothing
Seems best here
, 2 5
-Perfect lemon ''
Not much good
Would pay well
Purse $375.00 -.. Peel Cleses 2:30
Returns from layoff
Favorite distance v
Has early speed
Could take it all ;
Should, beat these ,
Purse $300.00" Peoi Closes 3:00
-Can run; fractious
Good early' speed
Not ready yet 1
Could surprise ""'
Returns from layoff,
Always dangerous :
Must improve more
Distance. handicaps f
In hard fight
Peol Closes 4:10
Returns frm layoff 1001
Not against these 51
Bates good chance 31
Always close up i (.2
Would pay off 15-1
No.hing to indicate 501
Dangerous contender 4 3 1
Form indicates 1 3-2
Would pay off ., j '. 4 1
Rates good chance too 1 4-1
Pool Closes 4i40
Ran well in last -Not
gQoa enough .i
Should beat these v
No. 1 contender
Improved in last
Doesn't seem likely
Waste of time
. : i5 i
Not good enough
Must go lower
v Should be close up
Racing to best form
Last doesn't count-
Returns from layoff
Usually close up
'Much the best t
Not this time
Purse $750.00 ". Pool Closes 5:40
Seems best here 3 5
Would pay nice odds 4.1
Could be upsetter 5-2
BeLter this time 3-1
Purse $650.00 Pool Closet 4:05
' (XEA Telepbolo)
WINNING FORM Favored to win the Men's Singles title,
Australian Ashley Cooper shows his form in his first round,
match with Geoffrey Owen at Wimbledon, England. Cooper,
who was favoring a wrenched right leg, was in trouble in the
first' set, and lost the second set, but eventually won,, 10-8,
3-6, 6-4, 6-1. ; .
;';,;.' by ; -
PRACTICAL JOB: As soon as
his improving condidon permits,
Roy Campanella, according to
presen( plans, will sell his nome
here and move "to Lo Angeles to
rejoin the Dodgers. "I had a
nice, long visit with him,", reveal,
ed Walter O'Ma ley, the club pres.
Ident,1 "and we have both agreed
there's a practical job he can do
with our pitchers. No physical ef.
fort would be involved. L His job
would be to keep an expert eye
on the pitchers, look for imper.
fectlons in wind up, delivery and
stride.. This is a job he can ao
from a seat in the stands back
of the plate,; the best point of van.
tage in the pane tor tms parucu.:
SPOTTERS HELP: Although the
odds are discouraeine. there is
always an outside chance that
Campanella, paralyzed as the re,
suit of an auto crash, will even,
tually regain full use of ros and
legs. In which event, .& course,
he would conduct his remedial cu
nics on the field. In any case, the
value of the grandstand spotter is
a demonstrated fact. For several
years now Pittsburgh has used
George Sister .in this role. Pitch.
ers and hitters often develop min,
ute discords in rhythm of .which
they are unaware, and which are
not quickly discernible drom field
or dugout levelThis, then, is no
charitable gesture on- O'Maliey's
part: Sitting or standing, vamps
nella can be of valid help to any
pitching stay. i, L
',SWOPE THE HORSE: On Park
Row, the old Morning World got
to be cheerful y known as the on.
ly newspaper in me country uii
was edited from a race track,
"That was because the boss spent
so, much time following the hors.
es," explained Ned Brown, who
was the ,late Herbert Bayard
Swope's sports editor. Cartoonist
"The year v before Fisher won
ed corses, one of whom, named
Sowpe, started in the Preakness
The year before Fischer won
the Preakness with e filly named
Nellie Morse," recalled Brown.
"None of us bet her, But this time
we all got down on Swope and
the nag finished dead last. After
the ,race Earl Sande, the jockey,
asked our racing man "Say,
what's this Fischer got. i against
GRAND WIND" UP : Brown
stressed the admiration and affec.
tion the staff held for Swope, both
as editor and man. rvwnen be
resigned, i we threw a big party
ior him and presented him with a
gift. To some of us, Wishing him
well as the party ended, he con.
-ided: 'My last official act
as editor was to raise your sala
ry.," ,This of course, rendered him
to us all the more. ;; .But I would
have have to doubt 1 it had the
same effect on Mr. Pulitzer, the
publisher, who had" to pick up the
iao. i. s.-i i.
IN ONE EAR: Nothing deters
the truly dedicated student, as
witness Wilt the Stilt's decision to
complete his college education via
correspondence despite spiraling
postal ptes. Another advantage of
royalty is that when the Qutfen a.
sinue ner own norse( finished see.
ond, the winner is ignored, Still,
if it hadn't been for the gentle.
iudo s impruuence some at us
migni never nave known what
vicuna means. The six day, 8 to
J, working stiff can have nothing
but sympathy for $65,000 year
ballplayer who must seek hospital
refuge to assauge the ravages of
COVER,-BOY: On one point at
least the spring forecast that Ted
Williams (.285) and Mickey Man.
tie. (.283) would engage in a tight
batting race is standinst un. It
turns out Warren Spahn's new
pitch is the gopher ball: The
Braves veteran has yielded more
homers than any other pitcher in
the majors. Mr. E. Arcaro-makes
the cover page i in Ihis week's i
SEP, the distinguished N o r n a n
Rockwell-wielding the brushes. A!,
though the Dodgers have lost the
Miami ba 1 park to the Baltimore
Orioles, they will continue to train
at Florida's Vero Beach,
HITTING COUSIN? Hal Trosky,
son of the Indians old first base,
man, switching from infield to
pitch, is popping press box eyes
and blinding batters with Colorado
Springs; is unbeaten in four full,
one a no hitter, and boasts" a
sparkling 1.46 ERA with 42 strike,
outs in 43 innings. Belongs to the
White Sox, The Tigers' Al Kaline
has ,been on cousinly terms with
Yankee pitchers for some, time:
Last year he hit them for J28 in
the Stadiu. .385 on his home
grouhds.- In eight h starts Saturday.
Willie Hartack, who walked out
on Calumet in a huff, didn't have
one winner. A huff makes a poor
substitute lor a sharp horse.
4 San Cristobal -"
4 Manuela Pedreta
11 Al Juste
X' Segador (e)
V Blue Zulu (e)
1 ' Michaux (e)
Bob Buhl May Hsve
Io Undergo Surgery
MILWAUKEE, Wis.; June. 27 27-(UPIK
(UPIK 27-(UPIK Bob Buhl, right handed
pitcher who figured as one of the
"big three" on the world cham
pion Milwaukee Braves mound
staff at the start of the season,
may have to undergo surgery, to
eliminate the soreness in his right
shoulder that has kept him inac
tive since mid-May.
Buhl returned here last night
from Philadelphia where Dr. An Anthony
thony Anthony de Palma, an orthopedic
surgeon, confirmed an earlier diag diag-nosis
nosis diag-nosis by two other doctors that he
is suffering from an inflamed bi.
ceps tendon. v (
Buhl will undergo heat treat.
ments and drue ifliections for the
next three weeks under the super.
yiaiun oi vt. Bruce urewer, MU.
wauKee team pnysician, ;
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2 tone, radio. 600.00
1958 M.G.A. Sport
Roadster .... 1,950.0.0
1957 Ford Fair Lane;
radio, 2 tone 2,300.00
1953 Buick, ione,
' radio ......... 950.00
. : 2-0625 f
FOR RENT! Modern two bed bed-room
room bed-room apartment, maid room A
service, g arm. Juste Arotoma Arotoma-na
na Arotoma-na Ave. No. 37-1 J. Informa-j'
lion 37k Street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT Luxuriously fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished apartments, decorated by
wed known interior decorator.
Rental includes all utilities,
maid service, telephone and 24
hour watchman. Ask at "Arte y
Oecoracion Store in Edificie
Campa Alofre on Via tspafia
across from Hotel El Panama
Hilton. Telepkena 3-7425. :
FOR RENTs 1 bedroom apart-"
ment, with stove refrif erator, hot
water, air conditioned. Campe
Altere. Rent $65.00 month, Tel.
3-7192 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment with two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, living, dinigraom, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, kitchen, maid's teem with
bath and service, hot water, pri private,
vate, private, forage and entrance. Tel.
Tel. 3-7192. 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: One apartment,
living-dinineroom, kitchen 4th
Street No. 16, Parque Lefevro.
FOR RENT; Modern apartment,
two bedrooms, hot water, maid's 1
room, "L" Street 55 El Cingrejo,'
.building Esther. Tel. 3-6076 or
FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished one bedroom and kit kit-chinette.
chinette. kit-chinette. Across Ancon bus stop.',
FOR RENT: Apartment 3 bad bad-rooms,
rooms, bad-rooms, 2 bathrooms, dining, draw drawing
ing drawing room; maid's room, hot wa water,
ter, water, partly furnished In desired.
Apply 47 Street No. 17, upstairs.
FOR RENT: Apartments facing
Panama-Hilton Hotel. Furnished,
very clean, cool, quiet, utmost
privacy, Moderate prices. Please
inquire Fot Halcon in first block
on v street adjoining hotel en entrance.
trance. entrance. Tel, 3-1179 or 3-6082.
FOR RENT. Deluxe two bad bad-room
room bad-room apartment, 2 baths K one
with tub and shower), Large sit-"
ting and diningroem, kitchen,
maid's room and bath, 'adjoining
operate laundry sectidn. Lovely
g arden and putting green. At No.
'T'. Staeet, II Cangreje.
FOR RENT Campa AIHre ex exceptional
ceptional exceptional nice furnished ana
room apartment with hot water,
refrigerator, gas stove, telephone,
all utilities. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENTi Furnished, ana
bedroom modem apartment, ga-
rage. 168 Via Belisaria Porras.
At a special meeting held recent'
ly the Atlantic Health Bureau So
cial and Sporting Club had their
nomination and election, of offi
cers for the July-December term.
Officers elected to serve will
be Allan Hamlin-President; Syl Sylvia
via Sylvia Carter-Vicepresident: Barba
ra Bryan-secretary; Marva Wins
ton -Thomas-business manager
(re-elected; Asst. business man manager;
ager; manager; Darwin Archibald fiscal.
Gilbert Denny propaganda maru
ager, weimira ianders-cnapiain.
Honorary members appointed
were Dr. R. Esquivel and Sgt.
W. Garrett -
They newly 'elected officers will
take -oath of office followed im immediately
mediately immediately xwith.f a party on July
12 at the Elks Hall.
Master of ceremonies will be
Ramon Mendez and installing mas master
ter master will be Horace V. Parker.
. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
1 Canal Zone
United States District Conrt For The -District
of The Canal Zone
In the. Matter of the Estate of Idyl
Leeton Henry," Deceased. Probate No.
MRS. Notice to Creditors.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all
oeraons ha vine claims against Idyl Les-
ton Henry, deceased, or against hi
estate are hereby required to file laid
claims, with the necessary touchers, in
the Office of the ClerK or the Unitea
States District Court t Ancon, Cannl
Zone, or to exhibit them, with the nep.
ewarv vouchers, to the undersigned Ad
ministrator at tne ornce oi l. s ear-
rlnrton.r-Attorney at law, located at
17-S6 Avenlda IS. -- formerly Calle E
tudlante not later than the 21st rinv
of October 1958 or thev will be for ever
barred. Each cla m filed 'or oresenten
must be suoported bv the awtdnvit ri
the claimant or someone on his behalf,
that the amount is Justly due, that no
navmenta have been mrle tnereon wntcn
ar not credited and tht there are no
offset to the same to, the knowledge of
Mi arriam. '
Dated thlr It day of June 1958. 1
' ; Amtnisfrato'1 of the estate of
Idyl Leston Henry., deceased.
45th Street Via Espana:
ivt vnnic aVi with oni or oub
INTERNAL. DE PUBL1CACIONIS No. S Lottery Plazj
iDnnn. M "n" street a MORRISON-4lh ef Juli
FARMAClA LUX 164 Central Avenue
MAC1A VAN DEH JIS 50 Street MO. M
Beside the Bella, VUta Theatre. :
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach House. One mile past the
Casino Phone Balboa 1866..'
Spend your weekends at Ria
Mar, the best beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with ell kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. The ;
, new management is at your serv services.
ices. services. .
PHILLIPS Oceansido Cottages
Santa Clara R da P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT: Chalet three bed bed-:
: bed-: rooms, 2 baths, living-dining-v
room, kitchen, garage, fenced
yard. Telephone 3-0771 good
FOR RENT: Three' months,
beautiful 3 -bedroom residence
In El Cangreio completely fur-
nished. For information, call 3 3-1
1 3-1 167 or Cuba Avenue No. 29 29-08.
08. 29-08. :
FOR RENT Commercial lecala
: in Jutto Arosemena Ave,' No.
37-11. Opposite C;risto Roy
Church. Tel. 2-2341.
Hutch HOLLAND HOUSE
; I mlns. from the heart ol
San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences tn
Suites and Bunialowt. all with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
Price: SB and $8 daily,
, . with meals. t j
. Cosmopolitan kitchen
Hone ridlnf. i
For reservations P O.
. Box 4459 , v
Manateri BUI end Elenor Jasper
"paly 3 to July 7 :
j Price $135.00
Fldanque Travel Servlca
, 155 Central Ave.
call k 1
J General Agent
: Gibraltar Life Ins. Co,
for rates and information
- TeL Panama 2-0552
ONLY 2.3 lbs.
ThedTinta Femtnina de Penefi Penefi-cneica
cneica Penefi-cneica will observe its Uth anni anniversary
versary anniversary during the coming week.
Next Tuesday all members will
attend a general meeting at the
usual place of business, beginning
promptly at 7 p.m.
On Friday,' July' V layette
will be presented to the mother
of the first baby born on the pre previous
vious previous riav At the cublic ward of
the Santo Tomas riospnai an a
another to a mother residing In
the Santa Cruz area wno was a
victim of the San Miguel fire last
On Sunday, July thanksgiving
will be at the 9 a.m. service at
the St. Paul's Episcopal Church
to be followed by a get-together
with members of the Amigas de
coffee to beheld at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs, Cecil A. Warner
in La Carrasquilla." k
unit tirnirs ii n .''-''" .;,,- i. n,uii.
. f ag 4 2ALD0 Central Ave. 45 a LOLKUKS rnaumi-' vr..Mui" w ii.ti.-.v..
- ti SirT ivA'toa No. 4 a fARMACIA ESTADOS liNIDUS-J4 Central Ave
a HOUSEHOLD EXCHANUE-J. rco. oe la ussa ve
FARMACIA EL BATLKBO Parqne Lefvre I Street
a HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE 4
YMCA SKIN DIVERS. We have
your choice, of equipment.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" St. I3A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
B E G I NNERS SPEARFISHING
OUTFIT Quality Italian JunyLux
Gun, Fins and Mask.;. $18.50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" St. 1SA-30 Tel. 2-1905.
NCR accounting-billing machine
.with stand, almost new $950. :
Including service contract,' ad adding
ding adding machine Burroughs 10 key
electric 18 months old $200.
Call 2.-1891, 2-1895 weekdays,
3-7367 Sundays and evenings.
FOR SALE: Hot water heater,
like new $25.00. Metal tubing
porch chairs with, cushions. Call
FOR SALE: Westinghousa re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, all porcelain, new 60 60-cycle
cycle 60-cycle unit, $60.0Q; Electrolux
vacuum cleaner, attachments
' $15.00; waffle iron; electria
iron;; toaster;' 6, wicker chairs)
2 metal dresers, modernised; 6-
foot stepladder; : 5 Venetian
blinds;.! wooden cabinet; miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous ; items. Balboa 3210,
791-D Tavernilla St.
FOR SALE: Radiotelephone
. equipment : for fishing boat ar
coast line ships service. Call
Westrex Ca.il 186.;:;..!n-i5 1
. FOR SALEKenmore eleetrie
' sewing machine head. One of la- :
test models, i Electric practically
'new, $35.00. Casa Admirable.
.' The Necchi Agency at Central I
Ave. 10-30 next to the Lottery
FOR SALE: Craftsman power
tools, air compressor, 1957 Ford,
,all day Saturday, other days after ''
3 i00. .House 0558-A, Chagres I
St." Ancon, '.v
For Satefy Record
. Thar President'! safety :, award
for the best all-around record in
1957 for, safeguarding employes
against public injury was present presented
ed presented to the Department of tha Ar
my during a ceremony at the Da
partment of Iabor auditorium to
Secretary of the Army Wilber
M. Brucker accepted the award
orr behalf of the Army from Spe Special
cial Special Assistant to the President
Rocco C. Siciliano, who represent
ed the President at the ceremo ceremonies.
nies. ceremonies. ) .' v ; 4
Establishedin 1954, the Presi
dent's safety awards are now, gi given
ven given annually to the two federal
a ppnoie one with more than
50,000 civilian employes and ; the
other with less who have ac
complished most In safety for fe federal
deral federal employes. The Atomic Ener Energy
gy Energy Commission, was the recipient
of the other award.
Winners of the awards, made on
the basis of safety standards for
mulated by the Federal Safety
Council, are determined by a pa
nel of judges from outside the
eovernmenti The judges this year
were: H. B. Duffus, past president
of the American Society of Safe Safety
ty Safety Engineers Norman Damon, Au Automotive
tomotive Automotive Safety Foundation, and
Arthur S. Johnson American iNatu
al Liability Insurance Company.
In accepting the award for the
Army, Secretary Brucker' stated,
irf uart:? 'The Army is delighted
to share its achievement with all
federal agencies which attained
or maintained effective safety pro
gram in the competition for the
President's award. The records
show that serviceman are three
times safer from accldential in
jury than i their counterparts
employed in civilian and indus
trial endeavors.. Too,- our civilian
iniurv rate has been reduced more
than 50 percent since 1943 and is
far below the nationwide injury
, AH Brands
TROPELCO, S. A;
45th Street'- Via Espana
APARIMEIIT FOR 111 EXECUTIVE
Compact 2 bedroom .apartment with1 hot water,
garage, maid's room. Near "El Panama Hilton Ho
,., tel." Very quiet building," and surroundings..
Unfurnished $110.00, arrangements can be made
J Jo furnish. Call Tel. 3-6269 any time. 'M
.... fiT-r- vn IIRRrRIA PRFCIADO J Strret No. 19 a Ar,ENClAS
mm a a a At a v fiTri w nwin nimBmPna jk vm mnm m. am r rm
a FAB MA CIA -SAS" Vie rems.lU'
Rattan dinigroom table, four
chairs $85.00. Call 2-1891, 2 2-1895
1895 2-1895 weekdays. 3-7367 Sun Sundays
days Sundays and evenings. ;
FOR SALE: Server refrigerator
60 or 25 cycles, like new $60.
House 0774-D Williamson Place
Balboa. Tal. Balboa 3253.-,
FOR SALE: Book-case room
divider, 94 inches wide, 39 inch inch-as
as inch-as high, 4 mahogany shelves,',
metal frame with 'open lattice
top. $30.00. Call 3-6176 to tonight
night tonight ar from noon to 2:30 Sa Saturday.
turday. Saturday. :. i ... '. "I' '. l-
FOR SALE -21" Packard-Bell
T.V. console. Used only 11
months. Phone Balboa 3323.
FOR SALE: I Chinese rug, ,1
double bed spring and mattress,
: 1 high chair, 1. tjble. Phone 2 2-2434.
2434. 2-2434. 1576-B Gavilan Road.
Call after 4 p.m.' Monday to Friday.--."
Sale Of Property
At Gorozal Soon
The United States Army Carib
bean ;' property disposal otticer
has announced that two sales of
excess oersonal property will be
conducted early in July. Sealed
bids will be opened at the. bid
room in Building 706, Corozal,
at 9:30 a.m: on July 7 and 9:00
a.m. on July 14. "Thirty-four items
of salvage and scrap material are
being offered in the first sale.
The other sale will be for: ,50
items, including a wide variety of
useful equipment such as several
sterilizers, survey instruments- ad
All property may be inspected
between tne- nours oi, i:au ka.m.
11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.
weekdays, ; except; holidays
until the mornings of the : salts
by contacting the property dispos disposal
al disposal officer at Corozal, telephone
Ner Chief 'Arrives
To Take Command
Of Army Mission
Thn new chief of the U.S. Ar
mv, Military Mission in Colombia,
Col. Russell ,G. Spinney,, will ar ar-rfvn
rfvn ar-rfvn in the com man tomorrow a
board the USNS Goethals to sue-
eed Col. Daniel m. tnesiun
A'. ; ,"',
i The new' MM chiefs will depart
Panama shortly for Bogota. Prior
to coming here, tne coionei t av,
tended the U.S. Army Language
Ofcnnl at MnntfTSV. Calif 1 H 1 S
fastduty assignme'nt was profes-
' l ,iiit-A, pieni nl tC-l
tir. uith th U.S. Army Instruc
tor Group at Boston University in
Cheston, wno recently jen diu diu-4.
4. diu-4. 4m th ptatr. will be the new
professor of militaii scienee and
tactics at jonn nopmiia viuw viuw-ty
ty viuw-ty in Baltimore, Md.
Of iJS Imperialism
rnirvn fTiPTl Communist Chi.
na kept up the steady drumbeat
of criticism of yugosia via yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. It scored" Yugoslav President
Tito for "defending "and praising
American imperialism the com common
mon common enemy of the world. '
Thn Pe Dine Kadio said me new
attack was the subject of an edi editorial
torial editorial in the Peiping- Peoples
Daily,- official- lorgan of the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Communist Party -,
It said :Tito's protest of the ex.
ecution of Hungarian Freedom
Prpmipp Tmre Naevwas another
sign "Titoists have acted as th
extreme Vanguard tor ami. soviet,
ism and anti-Communism."'. a
The Communist newspaper, said
It, wax "honored" by .the fact that
Tito himsel' launched a bitter
counter-attack on Communist Chi.
na. It said it would De "really
dreadful'? to be praised by people
" Peiping'i v New China News
Agency reported that Communist
Albania had protested to Yusos.a Yusos.a-via
via Yusos.a-via against the alleged kidnaping
of an Albanian citizen in a Bel.
grade hotel May 27. It said Al.
bania demanded he be freed im.
mediately. , I
MOVED ADES ATHIS
Boats b Motors
Leaving, Sunday for Sports Shows -and
vacation in U.S. Sell entire -stock:,
beats, motors', trailers and
so forth. Reduced prices. AIER-
FOR SALE Outboard runabout,
class "I" 11 ft. with 16,b.p.
Vercury motor. Tel. Nevy 3027,
or see at 2513-C Cocoli.
15 ft. Thunderbird fiber glin
"Chief" with top, windshield,
auto pilot steering, controls and
trailer. Also 17 ft. "Worrier" endf endf-14
14 endf-14 ft. "Panama". All fiber glau.
, Reduced for quick sale. A8ER-
Bombing In Slites
BlEniDd Oii Racial
SPRING LAKE: N. J. (UPI)-
Ass U. S. Atty. Gen. W. Wilson
White said last night that 44
bombings in eight states dur during
ing during the past 18 months stemmed
from racial and religious preju prejudice.
dice. prejudice. - ;
White, who heads the Justice
Department's new civil rights di
vision, said no one has been ar
rested for the acts" of violence.
-ill. m.iA VU1. t 1 J
places of .worshio have "reoeated-
ly occurred in some states of the
South.", While deploring the "out "out-rages,"..he
rages,"..he "out-rages,"..he said the federal gov government
ernment government .- had no legal authority
to do anything about them.
. wnite said he had received
more than- 500 letters urging the
Justice Department to investigate.
. "It -cannot be done," he said
in a speech to the Pennsylvania
Bar Assn. .'i -.
To date,. White said, none of the
cases have fallen within the area
of federal jurisdiction. He fisaid
Congress never passed a general
law, giving lederal jurisdiction
over any interstate conspiracy to
commit crimes against the. state.
White emphasized the bombings
were a local problem. ;
ne raaae it ciear ne was not
in favr of extendina federal do-
lice power; to cover' crimes ha de
scribed as "DeculiarlV local in na-
ture namely the violent destruc destruction
tion destruction of property in a community."
"All of the bombing appear to
have their- oriein in racial or t.
ligious prejudice,"; he said. Such
occurrences, ha said, ."should
united the communities concerned
in their response to violence and
-y White said a shift of' laW Teri
forcemeht' responsibility ? to :. the
federal A government ; "could"; be
used by local officers' as an ex excuse
cuse excuse for relaxing their 6wn efforts
or. evading, their 'responsibility." i
. PITTSBURGH (UPI)-Pitchcr
R6dger B. Irvine, Miami,; and in in-fielder
fielder in-fielder Gerald J. Taylor: Sacra
mento, Calif., have been signed to
minor league contract! by -the
Pittsburgh Pirates. Irvine, 17-year-old
righthander, was assigned Is
Salem, Va.t in the Rookie Appa Appalachian
lachian Appalachian League and Taylor, 18,
who plays sthortstop and third
base, was assigned to Las Vegas
in the Class C California League.
TROPELCO, J. i,
45th Street Via Espafta
TO OUR ADVERTISERS:
With a Tiew toward improving service and correcting'
irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to time,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a special :
Please dial Tel.
- Two salesladies and two salesman
at fiistrihuidora ftnama, Ave. I
20-08 Tet 2-0661.
DRAWER A," OIAILO
OX 1211? CRISTOIAL. CI
. FOR SALE: Radiators, spare
parts far cars trucks, electrical,
. plumbing L fixtures, refrigerators,
, heavy equipment parts and many
others at "SUPLIOORA CON-
: TINENTAL". Control Ave. 12. 12.-179
179 12.-179 13 Street.
Maid wanted. 3 days a week. Do
net apply withoout reference.'
715-8 Prade C. W. Harrison Box
FOR SALI -2 huntinf hounds.
One female almest 4 years, ena
male son 1 5- meunths, both run run-nini.
nini. run-nini. Phone lalboa 4465,
FOR SAUi Thoroughbred, :
regisfered Doberman Pinscher
aups. Write Llona Sears, Santa'
Carlos Ortiz Risks
Al Garden Tonight
NEW YORK (UPI) -Carlos Or Ortiz
tiz Ortiz will risk, his unbeaten string
of 27. bouts to night against
former schoolmate Johnny Busso
in their lightweight contenders'
fight at Madison Square Garden.
Puerto Rico-born Ortiz, 21, is
favored at 8-5 over rangy Busso,
23, who was a boyhood friend at
P.S. 70 pn the lower East Side.1
Carlos came to New York at the
age of six.
-Ortiz, ranked sixth among con contenders,
tenders, contenders, is' favored over 10th-rat-ed
Johnny because of his profi
ciency at punching at both ead
and body. Also because he prs'
fen'rangy opponents, whose long
midsections offer attractive targ targets.
ets. targets. ','.V' -.. ,;.;,.---i-:':-'-m-''1"''-'' V
Their unusual weight agreement
provides that neither shall weigh
more than 138 W pounds for the
' Russo knocked out IS opponents
while winning 33 of his 40 bouts.
He lost six and had one draw. He
was stopped but once, by Gene
Foirier on cuts in April. 1955.
Ortiz registered nine kayoes
while winning 26 or his 27 sum
Carlos had two bouts this year.
He outpointed Tommy Tibbs in
February and Joey Lopes on May
9. Busso lost a .decision to Paolo
Rosi in January but stopped Lar-j
ry Boardman in ; April and ; out
pointed" Lahouari Godih of Al
aeria. May -23- .
..Each outpointed their only two
mutual opponents: Tommy aaiem
Land Gale Kerwln.. Busso hart Ker
win on the floor once, out Ker win
had Ortir down once. r
Wells' Radio Play
'War Of Worlds'
; CutOff Air
1 LISBON (UPI) H. G. Wells
nlav. "War of the' Worlds," was
cut off the air here last night when
a radio adaptation caused panic
ai carcaveios, a resiaeniiai area
10- miles from here; ?
The reaction was similar to- one
that resulted from a radio adaptai
tion in the United States by Orson
Welles in the '30s. -The
radio.-, play said Martians
had 1 landed at Carcavelos and
were pushing on toward Lisbon,
q'cr )c )c ) J
We tcill appreciate your call which
' -' to $erve you better
I-miiuite car wash $1. steam
claaninn at motor S5, wesina at
ears $6. Auto-1 j As. Trans- Istfa
mian Highway aear Sears.
SERVICE CALL $3.50
Radio, Hi-Fi. On the spot repair
or year set back in your heme in
24 hours. All services guaranteed.
; U.S. trained technicians. Craw
ferd Agencies. Phono 2-1905,
Tivoli Avenue 1820. 1
; TELEVISION SERVICI
Quality parts .............
.. Honor parts waranty
"30 years in electronics .......
MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV, Panama 2-3142.
i Protect ye vr heme and proper property
ty property against insect d a m a fl a.
Prompt sciarttific treatment an
' emergency efor monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 ar Colon 1777.
CAMERA REPAIRS. All makes,
all work guaranteed. CALL NA NA-TERSV
TERSV NA-TERSV 103 Colon, 8057 7th
.Street. -VV V -K
, HOME TV REPAIRS
$5.00 pliia parti 1 local calls
enly). Ne charge if aet repaired
in your heme. Phona 3-7607 U.
S. Television, Inc. 9:00 a.m. ta
10:00 p.m. Till 6:00 p.m. Sa-
WANTED House te rent with'
four bedrbema .(three acceptable)
' Aufuat first, In GoM HeieMs, El
Cangrejo, Bella Vista ar Campa
Alcire. Calle 2-1956 ta 4;i0
p.m. 1 v'
Chuckles' In The News
PENSACOLA, Fla. (UPI)
Clyde Johnson, night club opera
tor. Wednesday asked for an in
junction against daylight saving
time- on the ground that it is
"damaging my business."
FR1TZLAR, ..Gernlsny (UPI)-
Motorists not only dislike .the
parking meters recently installed
here, they have contempt for J
them, Several times m past days ,t
they have dropped coins in the
metrirs. set un tables and Dlaved
pmrAm until th't?m Van nut
BIRMINGHAM, -Alaf "(UPI -i
Adam Whitted, 34, today, faced
Charges of driving his one-horse
wagon the wrong way on a one oneway
way oneway ; street "while intoxicated. :
. FRIBOURG, Switzeriand (UPI)
Marcel Peiry, 26,' sentenced to
five years in Prison for the t.
asked ofr a;; new trial on the'
ground that one of the judges
slept through part of the proceed. V
ings and therefore was not quali.
fied to pronounce a verdict. Peiry
won a second trial.
Residents immediately began
calling' police siauona ao.
and public offices, Police took im.
mediate action, rushing two eeps
to the radio station to cut the
program off the air.
TROPELCO, S. A.
45th Stret Via Espafia ',
for prompt attention
will enable us
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T OFFICE HOURSrfrorrr i.m:io' 8' p.m.
House Group Chops
From Ike's Foreign
WASHINGTON, June 27 (UPI)-. The House appropriations committee today chop chopped
ped chopped $757,000,000 off President Eisenhower's foreign aid program for the 12 months
starting July 1. .'.,.' a- ,.
It recommended htw .'military, and economic aid appropriations totalling $3,193, $3,193,-.nn
.nn $3,193,-.nn The President had asked for $3,193,092,500.
'Th ,-eemmer,dsd slash
- Tii. deeper cut cami in
Dulles tat the aid p-ogram
Tn st'"ionr published Jai,mor.y, muse mi,
t-oht BiSum iMrned that adrti-l$.389,O&4,500 available ro aid
vara rftt lUi.!
. He s:d the cold war W wme
.- vas more dangerous to
this country Uian a hot one.
: While ft wis uie the Unit United
ed United States : coutd -rwiu' hot
. war, he said, he was nof sure
abtfut a cold on espeetal espeetal-lv
lv espeetal-lv tf aM 'lands are ct.
. The ,apnropria 1 1 a n s group
noted, however, that 85,194.92, 85,194.92,-000
000 85,194.92,-000 In .unspent funds from
previous appropriations will re remain
main remain on hand at the end of
it said the recommended ap appropriation,
propriation, appropriation, plus the carryover
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UPIV-r-Now
that's my new lot, Mrs.
Leon Howard said to herself, so
why is somebody. else, building a
house on it? ;
. She hurried to City Hall to find
The city building inspector
checked and came up with the
answer: A- contractor hired by the
owner of- the lot adjoining Mrs.
Howard's had failed to give his
carpenters proper: directions. 1
The problem was solved quite
- simply. Mrs. Howard and her
eeighbors-to.be just swapped lots,
and the work proceeded.,
Weather Or Not
This weather report tor the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, ts
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
i t Balboa Cristobal
TEMPfcRATURI: ' 1
High 92 IS
Low 77 -! 80
High 98 89
'low 64 80
WIND: : ., '.. ;
" (max. mph) NW-13 NE-20
RAIN (inches) 0 0'
(inner harbors) 84 '- 88
SATURDAY, JUKE 28
SHOWS: 1:10, 8:07, 5:04,
AT HIS GREATEST! IN HIS FIRST BIG
DRAMATIC SINGING ROLE!
exceeded by $432,500,000
hic!- was about ready to be
the tact of warnings by Secretary of State
already had Been avexeneq aangerousiy xnin.,
. .1 1 .1
vJli must rotax ou
The committee recommended
an AppronnatiOi of Sa.yJO.i.oo,
the xViil amount requested by
the Prsident for the atoms-for-peace
Under the orogram, the Unit United
ed United States i helps other- nations
iri developing such peacetime
atomic projects as power plants.
: The recommended cut hit
both military and economic
aid, the development loan
fund, and the President's spe-'
cial contintjney fund,
Highlights of the bill as ap:
Military aid $1,515,000,000,
Economic aid (defense sup support)
port) support) $700,000,00; $835,000,000.
, Development loan fund
Technical coopera t i 0 n s
President's contingency fund
"MONSTER" CAUGHT The
werewolf of Columbus, Ohio, is
dead. Uneasy parents and their
terrorized children now go their
ways In peace. How was ha
killed? Well, not with a sharp sharpened
ened sharpened stake through his heart.
Police got into the act after
hearing terrifying reports of a
hairy man with the face of a
wolf grabbing little girls and
190-Dound men: Officers ran f
down the suit, above, but
couldn't locate the rubber mask
that went wih it Seems some j
ra trier smaii Doys aiscovereu
that playing" "dog" with a Hal Halloween
loween Halloween costume got more ex exciting
citing exciting when they added a few
menacing gestures and realistic
7:01, 8:58 p.m.
that already imposed
sent to the White House.
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Tacos, Enchiladas 1
On Parade Sunday
A! Alias Garden
TacOs, enchiladas, tortillas and
other Mexican dishes prepared by
a young, but experienced Mexican
senorita will be some of the high
lights to be featured during
"Mexican Night" Sunday at the
Manager Hector v Downe,- who
has converted the garden's, kitch
en into an international cuisine.
has contracted the services of
pretty Maria Elena Gomez, a na
tive Mexican, to supervise the
preparation of a number of dish'
es wun an auuienuc xue&wsu u
In addition to tacos, enchiladas
and tortillas. Downe Plans to of
fer Chili relleno. tamales in corn
husks, chili con came, guacamoies
nH nntifsits fripfl hpanx. i
Through the' cooperation of les les-tiladora
tiladora les-tiladora Naeional, Downe will al
so' serve free tequila cocktails
and sours mide with Cuervo te
auila ; or straight tequila served
The garden's orchestra nas also
prepared a complete repertoire of
gay and romantic Mexican music
to be played during the serving
of tha dinner between 6 and 10
By East Gcrnoy
DTTtJTTM Tssnsk 97 i'TTPT'i m1TasI
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Germany blandly declared today
that nine captive U.S. soldiers
are being "entertained" during
their enforced stay behind the I I-ron
ron I-ron Curtain with brainwash-style
anti-western movies. ',. s
The nine : Americans are In
their third week of captivity with
East Germany using them in a
blackmail attempt to win Diploma Diplomatic
tic Diplomatic recognition from the United
StateS. '''"' 'l,.7;AV.,.;;.
Deputy Foreign Minister Otto
win fh chief East German
negotiator in the. stalemated U.S.
attempt to get the men's f f e e-
dom, repored their movie "enter "entertainment"
tainment" "entertainment" in an interview.
"The nine servicemen have been
put in a very comfortable
place," he said. "You could say
that they are having, an involun involuntary
tary involuntary vacation.
"Some of the staff taking care
nf the them even refer to them
'hooith rosort DaUentS'." Win'
zer told the East Ger jian official
news agency ADJS.
Tqths Of Glory'
In West Berlin
BERLIN (UPI)-Tho West Ber.
lin Pitv srnvernment. acting on a
reauest br Frine e, today
thw continued showmg of
the American ar.ti.war J f 1 1 m,
"Paths of Glory," from the Mar
1 Mai. Gen. Amedee Gezer the
French city commandant of Ber.
I lin (iomnded that the United Ar
tists film starring American ac actor:
tor: actor: Kirk' Douglas be banned be.
cause, lt showed World War I
French soldiers .being executed
for; cowardice. --'.
U.S.' and British official reject,
ed the ban for their sections of the
citv; but the city government
stepped in to halt the showing at
the Marronrhaus Theater, a first,
run movie house in the British
sector. :y ; .-, 'i. i l, t
Sources said the city banned the
film because the French : threat threat-ened
ened threat-ened to withdraw from West Ber.
im' international c film festival
which opens today it the picture
were shown in Berlin.
To Replace X-Rays
1 WASHINGTON (UPlAllie gov.
ernment has urged state and. local
: authorities to cut radiation aanger
hv substituting tuberculin tests
for compulsory X-rays in detect
ing TB among students and school
' The U.S. Public Health .Service,
l the U.S. Office of Education, and
l the Children's Bureau made the
recommendation jointly Wednes.
; day. They said chest X-ravj could
i be limited ; to cases whfre skin
..tests-were positive. 1
The health service some months
ago recommended as a general
policy that X-ray surveys b"
conducted on a selective rather
than on a mass or community community-wide
wide community-wide basis. .i .'
CHAPLAIN (Lt. Col.) Gregory R,
Kennedy, new Assistant command
unapiain iioij n, c. umiwuu.
U.S. Armv Caribbean chaplain, and
Chanla n (Lt. Col.) Koy a Mor-
rlen. assistant command chaplain.
have left the command for their
new assignments at Fort Meade,
Md., in the Second U.S. Army A
1 Morden's replacement, Chaplainj
(Lt. Col.) Gregory K.enneoy,
arrived here May 20 and official
ly assumed the duties as assist
ant commana cnapiam.
Donovan's successor. Chaplain
(Col.) Silas E. Decker, will ar
rive in te command tomorrow
aboard the USNS Goethals, and
will immediately .take over as
command chaolahv respectively.
Before taking over his duties
at Fort Meade as second U.S. Ar
my command chaplain, Father
Donovan will make a pilgrimage
to Lourdes. France where he will
offer mass at the famed grotto, at
Idorden, who left tha Canal
Zone on Junel7 will assume the
duties of command chaplain for
t.h Second Reeion. U.S. Army
Air Defense Command at Fort
To llucbar Talks
iiNDON. June 27 (UPIWllte
Soviet Union addd new confu confusion
sion confusion to the Geneva Scientific
conference today by announc
intf the nomination Of ; a ion
Romanian expert to participate
in the talks on control oi nu
clear weapons tests. ,
The 'announcement Indicated
the Communist bloc suu might
attend next week's conierence
despite a previous threat to
bovcott ithe .talks unless the
united stales aerees in aavaiice
to neeotiate a formal suspension
oi all nuciear .weapons tests.
Moscow radio last niftht
broadcast a report from the oi
ficlal Soviet news agency xass
that the name of Romanian
professor Horia Hulubel had
been submittea to ine unuea
States for approval as a con conference
ference conference participant.
The Tass report did not
throw any more light on Mos Moscow's
cow's Moscow's threat- Wednesday night
to pull out of the conference.
The conditions set by the Krem
lin at that time! would virtually
doom the taiKs since the unit united
ed united States has said repeatedly
that it would not agree before beforehand
hand beforehand to an end to nuclear tests.
TODAY ".75 .40
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HBm Sava"8 Than Scarface!
Vm Brutal Than Cminroil
iq with Dilltnger
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Ta n ks, Armored Cars Go
Ag ainst Sni
BEIRUT, June 27 I7FI) Sporadic firing broke out In Beirut
anese army brought armored cars
Tne new outburst of violence followed a night of heavy lighting in both cities, timed by the
rebels to coincide with the Moslem feast of Aid al Adha. Six persons were killed in Tripoli yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Reports from Merieyoun, in south Lebanon, said shells fired from the Svrian
Baniag fell Inside the "town last night and seriously wounded four persons.
Rebels started shipping at mid-morning in Beirut behind the defense ministry. A few min minutes
utes minutes later they opened up from nearby rooftops on army positions. 1
The government soldiers answer
ed with rifle fire and big armor armored
ed armored car and tank guns. There
was no immediate report on Ca Casualties.
sualties. Casualties. ". ;." ; ,, V ':,
Meanwhile In New York, Unit United
ed United Nations diplomats said to today
day today secretary-general Dag Ham Ham-marfkjold
marfkjold Ham-marfkjold apparently is convinc convinced
ed convinced small teems ef "watchdog"
observers can safeguard Leba Lebanon
non Lebanon without help from an inter inter-tional
tional inter-tional police force. J
These reports coincided with a
growing feeling among Western
diplomats that the government of
resident Camiile Chamoun over.
stated the gravity of the threat
or Lebanon s Independence. .' ..
Therefore, diplomatic sources
said, no dramtic action, such as
an emergency meeting of the Se
curity council or a special ses
sion of the General Assembly, is
UKeiy, at the united Nations.
The Lebanese government has
accused the United Arab Repub Republic
lic Republic (Egypt and Syria) of send sending
ing sending men and arms in large sup.
ply to the rebels who are at attempting
tempting attempting to overthrow Chamoun,
one of the most pro-Western ef
Middle Eastern leaders. ,
Hammarsklold' said on arrival
here from Lebanon yesterday that
the world 'Observation' is deci
sive' m the U.N. program now
being carried out in Lebanon by
ah international observer team of
i The observer team was creat
ed by the w Security Council on
June Him answer to tne Lena-
nese government charges that the
United Arab Republic was infil
trating across the byrian frontier
The beefed yp U. Mn
Fleet in the Mediterranean was
believed ready today to provide
the first U.S. part of any Unit Unit-ed
ed Unit-ed Nations military, force sent
Inte troubled Lebanon.
The United States decided On
May 14 to double the permanent
strenetn ot u.s. marines m me
The 6th Fleet now supports an
expanded' amphibious force of 3, 3,-500
500 3,-500 'battle-ready leathernecks in
stead of the. previous 1,700 to
A fresh force of 1,700 Marine
replacements left for the Mediter Mediterranean
ranean Mediterranean yesterday from Morehead
City; N.O i
Their arrival will permit the
return to this country of an e e-qual
qual e-qual number of men who have
served their tour of duty in the
Middle East. ,
However, on May 3 a battalion
of Marines, labelled ."replace ."replacements."
ments." ."replacements." sailed for the Mediter
Me Mol Capital
In Horlh Ccbbos
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JAKARTA ,(UPI) Central
government troops today cap cap-tured
tured cap-tured Menado, the rebel capital of
North Celebes and the last major
stronghold of the revolutionary
government prociaimea i-eu.-the.
government announced offic
ially.' . - A
It said jnenaap ieu.."Bk
Army spokesmaii Lt. CoL Rudy
Pirngadi said loyalist troops
swept through the little village of
Kapuragi on the outskirts o Men-
rin t n a.m. ana mat me invas
ion spearhead drove on to Men-
ado, entering the city wur nours
utor H aiH covernment troops
were occupying ,the rebel cspitaL
The fall of Menado signified the
end 1 of organized resistance to
President Sukarno's government
by the "young colonels", who is issued
sued issued an ultimatum to the Jakarta
government last eo. mw re re-tie
tie re-tie within five days or face a re.
volt. They proclaimed their pro,
visional Indonesian government in
Padang. Sumatra, when Sukarno
raWtpri the. demand.
There were predictions that the
rebel resistance would contmue m
the form of guerilla warfare for
'some time.;'-4:tV'' ,v;'
Ronnrt tnda y from Sumatra
which, fell to the novernment last
month, said remnants of the rebel
army had clashed with govern,
ment troops in raids On tea and
rice estates in North Sumatra this
week. Another rebel band fired on
a train between the hamlets oi
Rantau- Praoat and Kisaran,
brought the train safely ,through
a, rebel trap..1 v'V--'The
Shell Oil Co. announced
that it had resumed tanker oper.
ations in East Indonesian waters.
The rebels downfall came just
24 hours after President Sukarno
reshuffled his cabinet, a demand
made by the revolutionaries when
they first began their fight.
The rebels wanted more rightist
and moderate political leaders in
the cabinet. However, Sukarno's
cabinet' changes gave no indica.
tion of a shift from the left.
RAIL LOADINGS UP
: NEW YORK (UPI) Pennsyl-
varua Railroad reported yester
day carloadings in the week ended
June 21 continued to rise, topping
t the- previous week's total by mure
tnan 4,000 cars; although, the total
was still 19 per, cent below the
1957 week. The railroad said the j
increase reflected increased steel i
shipments in anticipation of a I
steel price rise next month.- J
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pe rs In B e i
and tanks into action against
ranean. After their arrival it was
decided they should remain as a
permanent part of America's
strength in that area.-' I
The 7th Fleet normally has;
about 50 ships. New it boasts
74 vessels, four ef which have
loined the U.S. force In the j
last two weeks. They include
three large aircraft carriers
the Saratoga, the Essex and
the Wap instead of the usual
While the Navy has economized
eisewnere in the drive to trim
military spending, the 6th Fleet
for several years ahs been kept
at peak strength or better, be because
cause because of a long series of crises
in me jvuaaie casi. ;
1 Besides the three aircraft car
riers, which mount about 75
planes each, the fleet now ; in-
eludes two cruisers, 23 destroyers,
Seven destroyer escorts, three sub
Italian Paper Says
On Yugoslav Border
ROME. June 27 (UPI) The
Rome newspaper R .Messaggero
said today Communist Albania has
moved up troop concentration to
the Yugoslav border following a
series of top-level Soviet-Albanian
meetings on "defense matters"
The usually reliable daily quot quoted
ed quoted reports reaching Yugoslav offi officials
cials officials from Albania as source for
the report. t
"Advice from Albania, gather gathered
ed gathered by qualified Yugoslav sources,
report concentrations of Albanian
troops along the frontier with Yu Yugoslav'
goslav' Yugoslav' sources, report concentra
tions of Albanian troops along
the frontier with. Yugoslavia," R
The report could not be check
ed with Albanian officials here.
Yugoslavia curentlv is at odds
with Moscow over Marshal Tito's
determination to maintain his in
dependent line of Communism. Al
bania has for years toed tha line
laid, down by the Kremlin and is
considered solidly in the Soviet
Some 3,000 to 7,000 Soviet "ex
perts' are reported stationed in
Albania in connection with sub.
marine, air and missile bases.
'Albania is reported to have i
poorly-disciplined army of about!
30,000 men backed by a ruthless
ly efficient force of 15,000 secur
Revealed From Past
By Safety Council
' CHICAGO (UPI)-The National
Safety Council, with ts eye on
the approaching Fourth of July
long weekend, today revealed
that 2,851 Americans died during
tne past live years in Independ.
ence uay accidents.
Highway accidents claimed
1,579 of the victims, and another
But the council said the situa
tion isn't hopeless. It pointed out
that fireworks killed only seven-
far cry from1 the 1803 toll of
"The strikinfl reduction in fir
works deaths proves accidents
can be prevented once the nation
understands and wants to do
something about the problem.'
Ned H. Dearborn, council presi.
oeni, saia. "spectacular redne.
tions in the traffic toll could 1ro
oe maae u the people were equal equally
ly equally aroused."
A council analysis showed that
speed and drinking were the two
major highway killers over the
past five years.
Woman Wills Stock
In Tobacco Co.
RUTHERFORDTON, N. C.
(UPI)-The late Mrs. Effie Lynch
McCall didn't approve of smoking
and didn't mind saying so.
In a will recorded this week bv
the Rutherford County Clerk of
court, .Mrs, McCaU instructed her
executor to 'please see that no
one has the part I've said if they
smoke. I hate it." 5 f
? To one relative she" left a "cor.
ner .cupboard and all that Is in
it." But she added, "If she
smokes cigarettes I do not want
her to have anything. I abhor
women smoking and I do not
want them to have my things
when I am gone."
In addition to personal items
and household effects, the estate
included 25 shares of R. J. Rey.
nolds Tobacco Co. stock.
INDIA EXPORTS MACHINES
NEW DELHI, India (UPI-n
dia will export 50,000 sewing ma.
chines worth more than $600,000
to Yugoslav i a starting next
month. it., was announced yester
day night. The order resulted rom
months-long negotiations between
officials of the two countries. The
value of the order represents the
normal amount of sewing machine
exports for six years. .
and Trboli toda and ih. tt,.
rebel snipers. v
marines, 15 amphibious landing
ships on which the marines are
siauonea,-ano more than a score
of miscellaneous vessels.
Vice Adm. C. R. (Cat Brown.
commander of the 6th Fleet and
already a veteran of several Mid Middle
dle Middle East crises, is headquartered
aooara tne cruiser ies Moine3.
Arab Soldiers Skip
With British Loot
ADEN, Aden Protectorate fUPn
About 70 Arabian soldiers have
disappeared with-' a considerable
amount of, British-supplied money,
arms and military vehicles, it was
disclosed today. y ; ;
- An Aden government announce
ment said a local military com.
manaer in the Aden state of
Lane) a semi-autonomous sultan.
ate deserted with his entiro gar.
"son last night . and fled
into the desert. They t were be
lieved 'headed for the neighboring
kingdom of Yemen. r
The sultan of Lahei vlinu W'
ular army numbers about 600 men
ana officers, is m London 'on an
oniciai visit. Lahej is the strong.
est ; of eight sultanates in Wt
Aden and the British ha v tnt
its army well-equipped with arms
u money. M,,
, unconfirmed reports saij the
aeserters Had taken seven trucks,
several land roveri fieem) anH
ou.uuu in sterling.
Here in Aden, an Arab tech.
nician, Saleh Affar. 35, spotted
a strange wire at th has nf h
Arabic broadcasting studio Thurs.
day. Police followed the lead and
aug up two unexploded bombs..
WALTER NICHOLS, whose main job for the past 18 years has
been to ride herd on the hundreds of pieces of laundry brought
daily to the Ancon Laundry, is shown, here with a small part
of his work. He Is one of the old timers who will be retired from
active Canal service at the end of June. Since his arrival here
from Jamaica in 1920, Nichols has worked continuously with
the Clubhouses and the Supply Division.' He was a waiter at
the former Ancon Chibhouse for many years and later work work-ed
ed work-ed as a waiter, a storekeeper, and a steward at the Balboa Serv Service
ice Service Center. Since 1940, he has been a foreman in the Ancon
Laundry. He makes his home In
iamuy ana pia-ns io remain nere
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BRIZE NORTOlt Ensland. Juni
n (UPI) A U.S. Air Forcf
KC-135 Jet Stratotanker atreakei J
to a new trans Atlantic record
today with its crew .and pas3eni
gerg unaware that' a sister shidi
had crashed on takeoff, killing all
15 aboard. r .
tit was not until 20 minutes aft 'H
er the record-smashing fliers land
ed at the U.S. Air. Force base ii V
England that they learned of the
tragic fate of the plane which wai
to. participate in the record-breaks
ing attempt from Westover Ait
Force Base in .Massachusetts.
Strato-tanker "Alpha" made if
across the Atlantic with an oft'M
cial timing of 5 hours 2T minutei :
42.8 seconds,.; an average speedj
oi. oou.z mues an nour.
.The second plane, "Bravo," wa
clocked some 12 minutes later.
Alpha's time beat the old rec
ord held by a British Royal Aif
Force Canberra jet bomber. 1
. The two planes had been sehed"
uled to fly back to the United
States after refueling at this base
some .80 miles from London;
However, the turnabout plans were
cancelled when news of the crash
of the stratotanker "Cocoa" reach,
. A spokesman said there would
be a 24-hour delay before the ri
iurn xugnt. : f
Panama City with his wife and 1
aner nis retirement.
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