The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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,v s-Thret countries Colombia, tcuador and .Paraguay-

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Congresc to continue the studies of the Darren Subconv
M,ittee,; r' '.l K r
" This paction highlfghted. yesterday' afternoon's ses ses--
- ses-- :c sions.' after delegates from 20 countries buckled down to
.' work: at the 'plenary session." Reports of the various per
J f.'marient committees were receiyed at that time.,'.,
' '"" Colombia's check was for $30,000 and the other two
' vwere In the neighborhod ofj $1000 each. All 'represented

a pro-rata amounrfoV studies of the problems of construct constructing
ing constructing the parley Cap -section of the road on either side of
the Panama-Colombia border.

rf The pro-rata amounts werr
aereed to at Caracas
'during the 6th JPan American
Highway congress, i ne. ov";
Kiitlnm ruprm fOluntarV.

Si3t working commlaalons
M .lieard reports and took up thr

, 'duties tooay. 1
., commission 1 deal with In
toram tiea.n affairs. Commis

.' t elon concerns Itself with leg-

,t "islation and aaminiauauuu u

4.he suosiaiary oom. r
6 r planning; construction and
f. maintenance of roads Is tne
v business 0 Commission 3. Firv
ances are the concern of pom-.
I "I mission ' ,L r
' commission V deals with ter terminology,
minology, terminology, education and put put-'licity;
'licity; put-'licity; and commission 6 con
4 cerns itself with the efforts of
, the traffic experts who held a
- 1 meeting early, this week pre preliminary
liminary preliminary to, the m.am Congress.
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"-' Chief topic of eonversation
1 X of the 200 delegates and-ob-
servers since, yesterday's open open-ine
ine open-ine session has been the of-
fer of chief Mexican delegate

J Bomulo- O'FarrcIl, for l
cial aid tor both "the; study

U&nd construction of the 4b5
tntln narien SSD. '-

Other offers, or' aid, .have

; heent -for'tudies onyr.'s. i

' vT.ater' OTarreri-Indicated.

" ,. did not expect this present con-

I. resa to arrive t -a iormuia

, rnvrnna .actual -construction

" t but 'Only for, a detailed tudy of

- the project. r ; t
A detailed' stud v. It Is under

s stood, will cost about- $2,000,000,
i Tomorrow, oeiegaces art
scheduled to t drive along the
-e Pan American Highway "to Pe
' nonome for an inspection of
' nart of the actual road, includ
' ing a section ; under construe construe-;
; construe-; tion. On the' way home they
will lunch at Rio Mar. JXhe tr
starts from Legislative 1 Palace
a am. , ;
f jOA .Thursday delegates will
f make a tour of points' of in-
v trresi in me uiui onf, n
y The, Canal tour will start At,
8:30 a.m. ana :win inciuae an

inspection of the Canal models, Cleft Planning Divlson. Port ofli- MurniU CermsnV
ninki Tiiv,f.- i0it mriJNew York Anthortv- m aaurnau, uermany,

, o, t iiauiv iKipuM, a, t ..h w
. a ... I
raflores Locks;v t and a trip

. through Gaillard Cut aboard the
T ferryboat President Por;as ;
i" GovW.EvVotterlsschedul GovW.EvVotterlsschedul-'
' GovW.EvVotterlsschedul-' ed te greet the delegates when ;
v they arrive at Mlraf lores Leeks
' "t where ; theyi will be eonducted
n a tour by Capt. Warner S.
Rodimon Marine Director and
. R. C Stockham, ehtef of the
Locks Division.: i v." ;
The working of the Canal

models at Diablo Heights will be
explained by Lt: Col. R." Dun-

: can Brown, jr., new Engineering
"( and copstruction Director and

'members of his stair., 1
- ; The delegates will board ', the
President" Porras at Pedro Ml-

' t, guel accompanied by P. A. White J

,. chief of tne Dredging Division

ana members or his staff,
Ca li al Zen e M ay Gel
Tvo Apiinlihl
To Kings Poinl Sk
WASHINGTON Aug. t (UP (UP-The
The (UP-The House Merchant Marine and
Fisheries Committee approved to today
day today a bill empowerlinr, the Govern
Or of toe Panama Canal n te
' appoint two cadets each year to
' the Merchant Marine Academy at
Kings Point, New York. . .
, Candidates for tea four .Tear
college level program will come
from sons of Canal Zone residents
and United States Government and
Panama Canal Company person-'
tiiel living in the Republic of Pa
- aama.
The same bill also granted the
governors of Guam. American Sa Samoa
moa Samoa and the Virgin Islands pow power
er power to fUl on academy vacaacy a
year.
me .District of Coram tat

v ll5il be aUowed to (511 four vacan-

C1CS ,S year. 1
tv. Kin .
eonsiderauo-T-- "j j

7th Pan American Highway

points of interest will be made

Dy wruie ana j. a. Fraser. supers t f f
visor of the Dredging Division I It rnflin APIT
during, the time that the ferry. Wl "yiliCCI
boat makes the trip through the r T
CU .jDue Tomorrow

- V MHIklB f UU'Ul TJ till
is making arrangements for the
tou, mil accompany the group.
Colombfe and Peru, with 15
each have,' the largest delega delega-tloas
tloas delega-tloas at the Congress. ; ;
Besides other Americans
wlio are, at the Congress In i i-othefc
othefc i-othefc caoacities, there are 13
United States delegate head headed
ed headed by 'Bertram ; D. 'Tallamy
Federal Highway r; Adminis Administrator.
trator. Administrator. sTher arer. t
Norman EL.- Wood, adviser.
chief "of the .- Interamerican
Highwav Division, -i Bureau of
Public Roads, Washington, D.C
. VyHliam A.' Bugge, Director of
Highways for the State of Wash
ington,' American Associat'on 'of
State Highway Officials; O'ym-
pia, wasnington;
Charip D. C'lsi t: f
t or Public i,.oitcis
f iii'ea is-
of lublic Roads, Department
William O Eliot, III.' Hlahway

nesearcn1 Engineer, Burepu oIeu' lu j,"r m me awu-IblKr-isRoadSj
Department v of JUa Islands duridg" .Werkl War 1.
Commerce: -V- I CA- from, 11949-w he. was

EOw?n .,w f James,. Former,signed-to the Office f the thief

Chiefs Inter-American Division
Bureau of Public Roads,, xepart
uieiiu ot commerce:
' Mason G. Lockwood. President'
nincriraq eociecy or xivii ng,
neers, Houston, Texas;
Burten W. Marsh, i Director,
name jsngineenng ana Amer American
ican American Automobile T Association,
Washington, DB,rci-
Fltzhuerh Lee McCree "nniiv
Director for Technical Services,
Office of Transportation, Inter-
jiuuonaj cooperation Admlnls'
tration, Washington. D.C.:
Gerald W. Rua.p11 Actlrw nf.
fleer In Charge, Transportation
and Communications, Bureau
of Inter-American Affairs, De-
Edward
G. ', Wetzel, Assitant
,
JfU n tn.. tn
Joe Oliver Mattson PrMnf
Automotive ; gaf ety. Foundation,
Washington, DjC.;
D. Grant Mlr.kl riWertn, nf
the Traffic Engineering Dlvi-
" uwmouve.eaiety Foun
datlon for the Institute of Traf Traf-fid
fid Traf-fid Engineers. Washihffton nr.
.The Congress sessions are o-
ra w ine public, w
OrinB. Acker
Dies Sirddeniyr :
On Gamboa Job,
Orln B. Acker, district Wire,
man for the Electrical Division
at. Gamboa, died sudderilv thti
worning 'while at work. He was
80 years old. .-,
, Mr Acker had Just complet completed
ed completed wo 5c on a house call at nmr.
ters 0264 In Gamboa and we
welkin to the Division truck
when he eollaosed. Neirhbor
railed i. doctor who nronounced
turn aeaa about 8:30 a.m. r.,..
Mr. ; Acker was born Dee; 1,
1896,, In AUantic. Iowa, and is
a veteran of World War L He
had been -with th E'ectrica'
Division of the Panama Canal
Co. since July, 1942.
Funeral arrangements will "be
announced later.
.

JulyyPanCanalJ
Ocean-roing ship traffu through the Panama Canal during the month ef Jely reached the
second highest level la history. v
Totaling S32 enmercial knd revernmest TesMls ef Set Uns er mere, the traffle for the
snenta a only aUrhtly below that of the record breaking soenta f March when 849 ceaa-.
going ship paased frm eeeaa te reaaw t .-. , -j
Of thri total, the July ?tl were commercial ships and 44 were rorernaaeiit-eTned yeseels
tncludinr m number of large IJS. Naval skips. la March there were 8e eonunerciai and St
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hi. COL. B. pUffCAN BROWN
New CZ. Chief :
Lt. Pol. R. Duncan Brown, new
director of the Enginei.ina aud
Construction Bureau tf toe Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Co., is .expected to ar arrive
rive arrive on the Isthmus' tomorrow
morning aboard a military trans transport
port transport from JVew York, He will be
accompanied by his wife and four
Brown "succeeds Col, Hush M:
Arnold who was recently named
Leiutenant 'Governor of the Canal
Zone A i
.The new ensineerfna and con-
rruciion director comes w ,lhe i
Zone from th'e. Omaha Engineer i
District, where he has been exe exe-cutive.
cutive. exe-cutive. ofllcer -since Aug. I, J95S.
Prior to that he attended (he U.S.
Army's Command -and Cerrali
.-it at!" College at Fort L avf i'v. orth,
'kansas.
o. faduate of the Cm eil. Mates
Wlln the class of Wlr Brown erv
of Army Engineers in Wasnington,
D C aind ify 1947, he received his
Master of science degree in civil
He was then -assigned to the Als
ka Engineer District, first as pro-'
ject engineer and later 'as assist assistant
ant assistant chief Of the Construc'ion Divi Divi-sioit,'
sioit,' Divi-sioit,' supervising work frdm Val Val-dea
dea Val-dea to Nome.
He attended the Engineer Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Advanced Class at Fort Bel-
vou-. Va., from 1949 to 1B50 and
then remained at the Engineer
School as chief instruction of the
.Construction Materials Section.
. He commanded the 406 Engineer
Construction Battalion in Germa
ny and France from 1951 of 1954
'ftnf 1fltr Ursa Avt.iititr& nfffia,,
New Med Head
For Coco Solo
- .. ...
Dr. Bruno Elsen, member of
the medical staff of Coco Solo
Hospital, has been appointed
superintendent of Coco Solo
Hosoital succeeding Dr. John M.
Wilkerson, who retired from
service at the end of Julr.
Dr. Eien. a malor In the Ar-
mv Medlcil. Corps, arrived on
the Isthmus : 't year from
Brook Army Hosoital n Fort
Sam Houston, ; Texas.
Born in Poland he Is a natu
ralised United State citizen and
graduated' from the medical
school of the University of Lau Lau-ane,
ane, Lau-ane, Switzerland. He took his
Internship in ''Jackson Park
Hospital In Chicago, 111., and
bas been in the Army- Medical
Corps for 14 years. :
Hi i I ill T li li 'I
Pates Apart
'--','.'"
CHICAGO (UP) Two young
mn who fail J to get their heads
together today faced charges of
robbing wbnrban- finance com company
pany company of $300. Working on a slim
due, tnat one el the gunmen had
s "duck Uil hnirfut,"- police
omiv spotTce uoi'gias netcner,
18. Fletcher's companion, police
said, is a oarber.
A I..-

Thirsty Gatun Lake, At Record Low
Yesterday, Gulps Up Night Of Rain
; Because of heavy rains which fell during the night over
the Gatun watershed, the level of Gatun Lake rose from
1 82.50 feet to 82.73 feet In a IM-hour period.
' The rains were general during last night and early this
morning with a total of 3.11 Inches recorded in Cristobal.
Most of this fell between the hours of 3 and 4 a.m. today.
Heavy thunder showers and winds reaching a maximum
velocity of 27 miles per hour in Gatun were reported from
most stations. v
The level of 2.50 feel reported at Gatun Lake yesterday
was the lowest August level in history according to records
in the Meteorological and Hydrographle Branch, previous
August low was 83.39 in 1945.

Statutory Rape of American Girl
At Empire Range Gets GIs Jailed

Two Fort Kobbe soldiers, one
oiinem AWUb at the Ume they
were charged with sututorv,
rape- or a 14-year-old American
girl at Empire Range, today were
eacn sentencea to spend the
next lour months la the JBaJlhoa
jau. 'ic K
The' men, Robert M. Bridges,
19, and James R. Aiken, 20, have
already spent two months in jail
awaiting trial.-
, Jn passing sentence,. 'U.S.
District Court Judge CutHrie.
F.. Crowe said he fas. taking taking-into
into taking-into consideration v the Tact
,that neither 'of the men were
fil! rf f'i l : J ,n
. I '" H. l"i' ,rt "v
A "I. f. I 1
lor 20 days when he wa
ar, rehended,. ; and Aiken had
been convicted in,;' January of
peut larceny in the Balboa Mag
strata's Court
: The charge" of statutory tap
was filed against the pair after
investigation oevelpped v that
they- had spent two' successive
nignts with a 14-year-om Amer
lean girl -on .Empire Range May
zo ana zu-
The case was first' brought to
ther attention of .police by a reV
port, from the Panamanian!
mother that her daughter was
missing overnight from her home
in Panama,
A plea for leniency was made
today by defense counsel Wil William
liam William J. Sheridan based on his
contention that the "general
temper" of the Canal Zone has
been "anything but harsh" in
judging this type of case.
The Judge said he thought
that the public's attitude would
hardly be lenient In this type of
case. Sheridan earlier had
made reference to, two previous
rape cases, one involving sol
dlers, which he cited as being
"forceful rape.
Malaria Riddance
Program To Starl
Aug. 19 In Panama
. Panama's malaria eradication
program will get underway Aug.
19, it was announced today by
Public Heaiui and Labor Minister
Mrs. Cecilia Pinel Reraon.
The program, part of a hemi hemisphere
sphere hemisphere wide drive to eradicate
instead of conlrol the spread of
malaria, will be carried out over
a period -of -four years through
out the. entire republic.
Mrs. Remoi said a total of $2.-
386,930.65 will be spend on the pro program.
gram. program. The Panama government
will cover II ,975.000 of the cost
with United Nation international
Cultural and Educational Fund
(UNICEF) footing the biU for the
remainder of tne amount.
According to the plan, 150,000
housing units in Panama's mala malarial
rial malarial tone, which covert 92 per
cent of Panama s territorial limns,
will be sprayed with dieldnn an annually
nually annually for the next four years,
In Panama City the are to 1
sprayed with the Insecticide will
extend from El Panama Hotel to
the rest of the entire suburban a
rea of the city.
..
bivtb irftnuii bt vera a -hbs
a handled with few ahat-

He pointed out that the case
now before the Judge involved
a girl who went with the.soU
diers willingly, that she was was-considered
considered was-considered a 'wayward' type
girl and that she had hot been
physically injured by the sol sol-idlers
idlers sol-idlers .. .:'." j, .. :
Sheridan also explained that
the girl and hez mother both ap appealed
pealed appealed to Bridges to marry the
girl He said the soldier debated
over the oroDosaJ. cam tn Rhr.

idan for advice, and finally re rejected
jected rejected the marriage Offer. I
'no- couio have pos'bly EOt-.
en out rf t-- '-' v r n-y.
i 0 " s i -mrndut.io-.i
,a v-luCu.lld,,,!' lice K
- sitoo hith.-anH axUed t;,
to consider all the factor and

give the soldiers 30 days in Jail, L.C7 sV I iff-f
The Jurlf. said there-were jrjls J LlVUa. fcS
number f thtner cnntlj.. 'i.'

number pt things ta consider ia
vo.oc vi. una aiiitt.1-
He, said that: while he could
understand the "great tempta temptation
tion temptation on the part of yenng
soldiers in this area to take p
with young girls willing to go go-along
along go-along with them, and ,: pot,,
question the '- girl's age, the
statute is there to protect
young- girls who- cannot, be because,
cause, because, of tender years, be con considered
sidered considered able to decide for
themselves.
"Both men have a rather un
attractive record," the Judge
added. "Neither comes here as
first offenders."
Taklne; into consideration that
they had already served over twn
months in Jail Crowe fixed their
penalty at four months each. j
uoin men are with the 20th
TnfsntM, T) 1 a I. .
be.
RP Cabinet Crisis
Rumored In Wake
Of Medical Unrest
Rumors of a possible crisis in
the cabinet Of President FVneitn
de la Guardia Jr., as a result of
conflict between the Ministry of
uu jncuicai inierns a( tne
Santo Tonus- Hospital, were re reported
ported reported today by the tabloid daily
nuri,
The interns reportedly have ob objected
jected objected to an order requiring that
they should attend patients in a
Social Security ward at the hos
pital wnen it goes into operation.
ihe old maternity ward of the
hospital was placed at the dis
posal of iSocial Security oatients
as ox yesteraay. According to the
agreement between the Social Se
curity Board and the Ministry of
neaun, tne ?.ara wiu be staffed
by Santo Tomas Hospital person
neL
The interns reeard the arrinee-
ment as disadvantageous because
Social Security patients all have
their, own doctors and they will
only be "watchdoesina" ether
doctors, patients.
The interns reoortedlv sre sun-
port eo in tneir view py a large
number- of professional doctors
and members U the Panama Me Medical
dical Medical Association. v
An urgently-called cabinet meet-
net meeting was reportedly be being
ing being held at press time today to
discuss the crisis presented by
the attitude adopted by the hos hospital's
pital's hospital's interns.
Booze Or Nothing
MILWAUKEE. VUP) Tavern
owners here kavt been told te get
rid of tbeir stocks m electrical
spplianees, coveralls, costume
Jewelry, and similar items. Depu Deputy
ty Deputy PoUce Inepector Rudolph silli sillier
er sillier said the tavernkeepers were
competing with depirtment stores. :
Tbeir bu.vinesa is booze, be re-;
Saiaded theia,

Unionization
Of Non-Government
CZ Workers Going
Satisfactorily
Unionization of non-government
workers in the Canal Zone is pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding satisfactorily, a spokes spokesman
man spokesman for Local 900, AFSCME, AFL
iiu, announced today.
The spokesman said temporary
officers were appointed at a re
cent meeting Ui head the non-government
employe --unit of the u-
nion. According to the interest hn
ing displayed Dy this group of
workers, there are reasons to be believe
lieve believe that tne program of orga
nization wn De successful..
So far the union has been con concentrating
centrating concentrating its unionizing effort
on. the Atlantic side, he cad.
However with the results so'fai1
achieved on that side of the Isth
mus, tne union is now prepared
to expand iti program to include
me racitic side," he added,
Meetings will be held at Local
900's headquarters, which 1
yesterday is located on the tipper
floor of BuUiling 424-AJ; behind th
ncon ijaunary, tne 4.spokesmsn
predicted a scries qf meetfings for
Paosma Canal employes residing

in Pahafna "Qily inALy vRi'rrftd''-'u1(1,riammousrVi1 that' they

win pp iH!in -!r me v.num
st meenn" is set l
Uy st 7 in.
Ved
fast rOHTTciay;
The decrease in the numberj
oi cogs nvjng invt-anai zone
communities was indicated by
me numDeroi aoga vaccinated,
registered and licensed this year
during the j annual anti-rabies
vaccination campaign which
ended August 1
Figures show that a.total of
875 dogs had been registered and
licensed by the License Section
d, Aueust l as compared to 985
registered and licensed last vear
Of this number, 710 were brought
for vaccination and registration
to the dog vaccinating team
Whidh set up stations In the
major Canal Zone communities
during the last two weeks in
July. i
The team consisting of a vet veterinarian,
erinarian, veterinarian, an assistant, and a
member of the License Section,
vaccinated and registered 252
dogs on the Atlantic Side and
458 on the Pacific Side. The ma majority
jority majority of Pacific side dogs came
from the Balboa area where 264
were brought in for injections.
All Canal Zone dogs over six
months of age must be innocul innocul-ated
ated innocul-ated against rabies each year
and must be. licensed and wear
tags. The licenses are good for
one vear beginning August 1. As
of today, those does found with
out their new 1857 tags wut be
Impounded.

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CHARGED WTTH L.4TTXa OF KOOMM.4TE Susanne IJaine
ouie of Freeport, NJL, errlves at M unlet pai Court in ban Ma Mateo,
teo, Mateo, Calif, with her. father, Frank Soule, where she was for formally
mally formally charged, with beatir.-gand atabbtng her roommate, Cain-

. eone avvma,

Solicitor

Tosses

In

In Overtime Case

o .-,.-.,;u.
Panama Canal pilots are now assured of collecting
about $200000 for unpaid overtime wages earned up to -July,
1951, according to word received today from Wash
ington.
t WiJIiam S. Tyson the pilots' attorney in Washington 1
advised today that the Solicitor General of the' Unites'
States has stated that he will not appeal the decision of
the Court of Claims in the suit filed by 101 'pilots to rs?
cover back overtime pay, '' ? ,,-
. In effect, the, Solicitor ; General's ruling is inafane'
means no further action can be taken io negate the pi.v

tors suir, vt
The pilots first got news on- May
a that the V.i. court of -Claims
ne-hau ..overtime atu.T'40 hours m
wee k, and that thrv .- ,.n..'J
1 iravrl tine lor travel alter
..- At tnoi i the Cnal I te Pi Pilots'
lots' Pilots' Association, expressed Its
confidence tht a; second suit,
seeking .to recover ever 52,000,,
000 wiW get a. favorable decision
jii. the light oi iho unanimous- uV
inn ef.tbe Ceeef ef-CWmsv
This suit is aow endina before
the -U.S. District Court at Ancon,
and slated 10 be heard this month,
The letter 'from Tyson was re received
ceived received today by Capt. Harold Long Long-more,
more, Long-more, president ol the pilots' as association.
sociation. association. ?
The $200,0(10 suit which is now!
settled, began three or lour years
ago, and involved Elmer G. Ab
bott and 100 other Panama Canal
pilots against the U.S. government.
, It was instigated tc recover ov overtime
ertime overtime the pilots claimed to have
earned during the late 1940's and
up to' July 1951, at which time the
Panama v Canal Company was
formed in a reorganizational move.
The suit pending in the Ancon
Funeral Monday
For Boland Baby
Debora Boland. three-month-
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Donald H. Boland of Balboa,
died this morning at Gorges
Hosoital where 6he had .been a
patient since noon yesterday.
The baby's father is an ac
countant In the Internal audit
branch of the General Audit
Division at Balboa Heignts.
Rravcudde .funeral services
will be held at 10 a.m. Monday
.t rnmzai cemetery, xne serv-
ices will be conducted by the
nev. ur. waiaer kl. uuciwu u
the Gamboa Union Church.
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vo oeata .

General
Towel
. .
court seeks td recover overtime' -nuuuay,
uavtijinu outer cumoedv
'Satiou the puma 'ciajra, is uue. uiep. 1
Mute iuiy,,rjjU" ''.'; t
... Xanai Zone -union officials
. hav( said that ,tn pilot s're
victory will have a uihmro fctn.
ticiei bearing on omtr sorn
, menr employ ts' coir-pii-i
reqoesrs. (.......
, "ine .interpretation of lha pj
lots' ciamv to ws, 'oue union ch
mnerxeiv inat at wiu e.bus
Mvwi. w mu ejipioyes OX Ul 1-aua
unr v-anai.
rvq;Ccnlrcb,-;3
"i .
Bachelors, Family
Lose CZ Quarters
. Paul M. Runnestrand, executiv
secretary of the Canal Zone, real
firmed today at Balboa Height
that in recent months the Cans
administration has added evietim
from Canal Zone quarters to th
penalties employes and their fam
ilies may incur for violations e
the rules and regulations govern
ing canal lone purchase privilege)
Two bachelors and one famit
have recently lost tneir Cana
Zone quarters Under this "ruling
One bachelor antf two family evil
tions are pending.
Eviction from Canal Zoo houi
ing is an effective contraband cot
trol measure since this action re
suits in both a housing problen
for the employe and nermanen
loss of his purchase privileges.
In addition to evictions; six eat
ployes have been discharged an
19 .dependents have been barr
from commissaries and seme
centers in recent months for eoa
tr a banding. Warnings and tempi
rary suspensions of orivileaa
have been dealt out to a number
of employes.
penalties are based oc the a i
rioosness and frequency of oi
fenses. Excessive purchase
goods and misuse of ideDtificatiol
privilege cards are the meet fre
quent viola boos of the regulation
for which empeyes sre disciph ',
ed, .;.'. r, ;
2 Fined In Balboa
Court For Thefl
Of Copper Wire
Two-eases involving- the ''Oet
of cooper wire ttd soap were di.
posed ef ia the Balboa Magfa
trate's Court todav.
Fines ef $25 each were lap
ed oa each of the defendants. Mi
tias H. Romero, So-year-old 6rt
ish Bationil and Jose M Me lei
dex, 37, Salvadorean,
In addition to the fine, le
ro. who stole 101 iert of
cable belongiag ta the Kaary t
Rodman, was give a tea da
suspended "ail sentence.
Tbe cable, worth 849. was fc
lea last Wednesday troca-tae Nt
vy's Fueli Pamp House 'at Rai
Baas. -
aielendei wis fouixf rJly i
stealing three bars ef sae won
S3 cents yesterday troaa the f h
IS area wbera ae was aaapioyt

'as-a ngjea, .- i .



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Tli Mall it aa fewm far readers ef The Panama American.
UHm are recetvee' gratefully and art handled la a wholly cenfMantfal
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est day. Lattera art publUhed in the aider received.
ftcatt try ta heap fha latter limited to one papa length.
Identity of latter writer la held in ttrlctest confidence
Thit newtpaper auume na reiponiiblllty for rtetementi or opinion
expraMt la letter from reader.
THE MAIL BOX

IRATE AIRMAN SOUNDS OFF
Sir:, v
Thi Is to "Justa Taxpayer." It's no wonder you didn't sign
your name to your letter, if we may call it that. Are you under
the impression that because we choose the military as a career
we should be deprived of oar lives as U.S. citizens?
Do we as people not desire to marry and rear a family? As

such, are we not tnen eniiuea 10 onng uur wuuuw ana ic
of our possessions with u whenever our duty assigns us to an

overseas tneater lnanits w unrcoa juur auu j-,
w are r
Just how many men do you imagine would spend a career
in the military should your asinine proposal (and believe me I'd
call it by other names If this column were read by men only)
be considered by our Defense Department.
Remember, heartless, when the chips are down it is these
trained personnel for whom you cannot sympathize that will
enable you 1 continue receiving your salary (which, by the way,
includes a 25 per cent differential) from Uncle Sam, although
from ail outward indications I must say you don't deserve it.

I'm pioud or my military, service career ana 11 you naa an
ounce of decency you would retract your statement and thank
God these people whom you now run down and criticize do still

have a little blood left in tnear Doaies to snea ior you.
If you were sincere m you? letter, I feel sorry for you, be believe
lieve believe me, because you deserve to be pitied.
TSgt. Henry Gomes
US Air Force
oOo
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
Dear Sir:
This hot weather has almost gotten what sight I have left,
but I will do the best I i-a'i. Know you have some good readers
to decipher my writing, for I can't read it myself and have to
holler for Frank, but strange as it is I can read most script bet better
ter better than type.

My friend Mrs. Whitsctt is on a trip to Mexico and had no
trouble reading her Chihuahua writing. Good thing she was not
in Mexico City or they might be searching for her among the
quake victims.' I put in quite a while in Mexico City and know
the old burg very well. The Paseo de la Reforma was a beauty in
my time and I covered it all on foot. I still remember bringing
In a train load of beef cattle on May 5 and side-tracking them
on the Cinco de Mayo siding opposite the tree known as the No No-che
che No-che Trl3te. We handled in stock cars from Toiuca to Mexico Ci City
ty City a bunch of traders ticket cost one peso con Jicaras and if
"-you didn't have it you went on passenger train at the regular

raie. we never nan any ot tnem on return trip, ana u tney aid
not make- it back on foot. Time was no object to them. At the
sat. the inspectors held them up to rob them of their profits

more tney naa maae sa:c. it was a ninny way to ao Business,
but It seemed to suit them. The street cars belonged to th rall-

roaes, narrow gauge to National, stanaara to the central. They
ran the cars in sections of three, led by first class. The -last or

wura cias gQi most or tne patronage.
WhenT came through there In 1945 we stopped overnight In
that swank hotel 'that stands; on the. front lines In our morning
paper. Mexico City doesn't stand on firm ground, Is not safe
and may go at any time, but right there they stay until it sinks.
When I passed through in 1945 I asked about the old horse

oreeaers ana circus men, tne onn Drothers and but few remem remembered
bered remembered ths name. Guess I've just lived too long, but still have a

"UPPiy or two. clean snirts.
Until next week, if.
Sincerely,

Pop Wright

Half a Column
More Or Less
Now and Then

By CREDE CALHOUN
THE WRONG SIGNAL

ANO BAD WORDS

Waiting at a busy street Inter

section for a chance to cross;
then a driver signals a naht band

turn, and slows up his car. I start

my lett hand turn The driver

speeds up and goes straight a
head. Swish! We missed a colli

sion by inches. He paid me some
compliments that could not be

published in a f-.mily newspaper,

That was not au isolated inci

dent. It has happened to me be

fore and surely it must have hap happened
pened happened to other drivers in our fair

city. First I admit that I am one

of the worst drivers on the Isth

mus of Manama, i don't like to

drive, but I can't eiord a driver.

Now you're thinking "Then what

business has he to write aboul
driving?" The answer is that
pick-pockets know more about pick

ing pockets than the people who

get their pockets picked.
It is noted that the traffic ex experts
perts experts here for the Pan American
Highway Congress are planning a
set of standard tratfic signals to

be used in this hemisphere. That

is very good. They should oe a
dopted and the public amply in

formed and educated. VI course,
there will still be drivers whe

think they are smart, but really
are only rude and ill-bred, who

will not cooperate, but surely they

will be in the minority.!

-1

Sir:

ATLANTIC-SIDE ROADS

People writine in the paper about the roads on the Atlantic

side sure don't know the true picture there, or they wouldn't

nave uieir oig mourns open.
There's not too much difference in the road mileage main maintained
tained maintained by the Army on the Atlantic and Pacific sides, yet on the
Pacific side they have three times the operators and equipment

to taae care or we roaos.
Spare parts are another big factor. When equipment breaks
down they have to send to the States for parts which should be
kept in stock. This takes from one to six months, it might pay
to get some of the supply people on the ball.
If I" were you I wouldn't worry about the Pacific side roads
when the Atlantic engineers don't even have enough men to keep
the grass cut. And in the last month they have taken on two
ore housing areas. They yet have to hire any extra help to tak
care of them.

From the Side Line

Mr:

STAMP TRADER SPEAKS

A friend of mine gave me the address of your paper. I am
stamp collector,
if ft la not too much trouble, perhaps some of your readers

iu ewae iaips e.iw iney nave oeen used, or maybe
tlve mt the name of someone whe Is interestd in tradina U S
stamps for Panama stamps. 6
Hoping to bear from someone In Panama.
J. F. Spring
, Stroudsburg, Pa.

ANNOUNCES
A more convenient
access to our
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
Starting August 1st
Entrance is now reached
by driving on "R" STREET

(on opposrt aid of old an trance)

r n I

Now verv few drivers in Pana

ma give any kind of signals, and
too many of them give the wrong

signals, which is worse than not

giving any signals Hut mere are

also courteous drivers in. Panama
who eive you the signal that you

need, to proceed, and who. thank

you when you give a signal mat
permits them to ge ahead, with without
out without trying to guess what you are

Koine to do., wouw tnere were

more of Lhtm.

The worst offenders are drivers
of buses and chivat and the small
delivery trucss of the shops and

other businesses in tne city, mere
is little that can' be "done about
the "buseros y chiveros," but the
public could do -something about

drivers ot tne aeuvery irucus.
Their employers could also do
something about i t,to their own

good.
I'm a eras old man and spite

ful, too, hence I have a personal
Mark list rif business places at

which I will not buy because of

resentment against tne anvers
of their delivery trucks. They are
about the r,jt.' advertisement
their emolovefs could have. Of

course; there arc pePi;
and, tolerant that 'they, do not ob

ject to tne 0a maniwra m we
truck drivers. .-.

Let's pW it this" wayf 'When;

these business mn.. mew jtneif

customers on the sidewaiK, ao tney
crowd them off inio the gutter?;
Afterwards do they make obscene
remarks to them, if the customer
objects?
Now a sweeter note: In my ex experience
perience experience there has been great im improvement
provement improvement in the manners of the
drivers of official, cars of the na national
tional national government, and the offi officials
cials officials responsible' are to be hearti

ly congratulated. One time these

official chuuueurs were ino wor
offender. There are still some who

could stand a little improvement.
Thn thr are the conceited

drivers of the' cars of diplomats

accredited to the national govern government,
ment, government, who apparently believa that

they have diplomatic immunity.
Maybe they have, as nothing eyer
seems to be done about them. Then
it i im in their emoloves to teach

thom anmu drivtnf manners and

consideration for the humble pub public.
lic. public. When the Ambassadors give

rerentinn. thev do not have mem

bers of their staff shove the guests

,..nH n it miffht De a Eooa iae

to have their enauuer swp anuv anuv-ing
ing anuv-ing on the streets
AND WHAT ABOUT
THE WEATHE R?

'''''
c ( RAIMENTS lb
1 ZoXh WEAPON? If
y JyF i 1

"
Merry-Go-Rou;.'D

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL

By LEE MORTIMER

FLASHES FROM FLICKER-

VILLE: ihe Mickey Raonay mar-

riaga rocky again? Ha went oft a

lona to Uei Monte. .Daui Kobar

stena "tfiteevarad" Linda chris

tian and what a discovery. .Lit'

tla, lovely Lois Colliar, o cuta in

the films and now a talented 7 V
actrats, marrfe Paul Schriabman,

a Los AngaWattoriMV in baptam

abr. .Gia SeaDa file for U.S. citi

zenship next month. (American

girls ara catting prettier by the

day.), .Trut trmkat Abba Lane
aat from Xaviar Cugat was a 13,-

dia Fey 411. la Jove Landen. an

Arthur Murray "profassar," and rt

isn't only because h dances o

wall. (ShaV a deed ringer for

Jean-.-CeUina W i

IT'S NO GAG: Mike Todd and

Liz Taylor lox-and-baeling at Lin

dy's and they were NOT lighting.

When they left, one wag ran over
to their UDle to see how much

Mike (who spent 200 big ones ior
a London party) tipped the waiter.

This, of course. s only hearsay

from a den of practical jockesters,
but the answer was "two bitsl"
That I don't believe. .Mike is

shellina more than two-bits for the

15 acre estate he rented from Mort
Hammond in Green'.-. Farms, West-

port, Conn., opposite the Fairneia

Hunt V1UD. inree cu:aren s ruomi
yet! They're moving in on Aug.

THE CRIME CARTEL: The mil-lion-buck-a-vear
lawyers and ac

countants for the underworld syn

dicate have come up with a cutie.

to invest illicit tunu in legitimate

Dusinesses wnue iu&ingu impos

sible for anyone ever to track

down the ..Muster ownership. TaK

ing advantage of loosely drawn in

surance lawa in a lew western and
southwestern states, they organize
paper "inaorance companies in

which the limited capital stock is

held by respectaoie uonts. .'l'nese

companies "insure no one but a

le,w top gaugsters wno take out

huge '"policies" and pay heavy

"piemiums running luto the hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of thousands The money
receivea 'rom tnese ''premiums
is then invested by the- insurance
company in legitimate businesses,
such as hotels, real estate, radio

stations ana other commercial en

terprises. ;r.-r$,& ; c
The Pav-Off: Profits from the

legitimate enterprises go oack to
tne insuranco companies wnicn
then declare them as dividends to
the "front men" stockholuers as

well as to the "insurea" gangsters.
Khmil1 an insurer! hnrirlliim ,110 tnn

insurance company liquidates Its i

vestment ann pays his neirs on tne

policy. Seems like an aosoiuteiy
lool-proof ginimicK to stymie nosy

investigator on tne tail of nidaen

gangster wealth ana owning.

They run up against a stone-wall

when lacy uid a legmmaie enter

prise is ownea by or in cock to an

insurance company.

WASHINGTON Many a home

I town preacher, priest or rabbi vi

Isitlna Wash'Jieton on a summer's

! vacation has confided to his Sena

tor how dearly he would love to
deliver the daily invocation in the
United States Senate. The Senator

then speaks to the Chaplain of the
Senate, and obliging Rev, Federick
Brown Harris always agrees. In

I fact, he has even prepared a hand

some certificate which he gives to

visiting-, clergymen as a souvenir

of their exDeriencc.

Rev. Harris is a most inspira

tional chaplain, It is a great treat

to hear him open the senate.

Recently Rv. Hrn conttaea
to Senata majority leader Lyn-

don Johnson that he was getting
concerned about the increasing

number of ouef ministers.. He

pointed out that in recant Weeks
he had been done -out of his job

in the Senate chamber no fewer

than 17 time.

"Now look here, Reverend," con

soled 'Senator Johnson, "if you

ever want me to call a halt to

this sort of thine, vou let me know

and we'll just restrict the numoer

0? visiting preacners.

The Rev. Harris nodded ap

preciatively. He did not remind
Johnson that at that very moment
he had two requests from Senator
Johnson's office, asking special
permission for two Texas minis

ters to preach.

HOUSE GOP STIFFENS

Concessional GOP leaders told

Eisenhower last week that there
miizht be a civil rights deadlock

between the Senate and the House

if the Senate passes too weak a
bill.

"Many House members are not

at ail satisfied with proposed Sen Senate
ate Senate compromises to weaken the

bill Dassed bv the House," ex

Speaker Joe Martin of Massachu

setts told the resident, "i ne

House ioint conferees will be head

ed bv Representatives Celler (New

York Democrat) and Keating fNew

York Repuolican), both of whom
will strongly oppose any vital
changes that will emasculate the

bill,

Then, of course, the House

itself will have to vote again an

the qition when the report
from the ioint conference corns

back to u. If the conference
report reflects too much of the

Senate comDromiting, it will

fao some pretty stiff opposition

an the House floor."

nii Hir. i.,. ki. 1 Senate nor leader am n.now

I land of California seemed uncert-

Moore and Hugo Haas, the predu- am about whlcn way me cat wa?

car. an miviu tiiAiit : 1 iuiultuik iu iita

nf uAorinff down the southern fill-

hustec bv Keotember. but he add

AiA tr.; ed that it would take another week

kid star v Jackie Cooptr and wae .oeior ''" :.l Z

exoectincr a little "Skinny" now we dbiu woum un f

- W MT r - I 4..

ormer aad'Star Maraaret O'Brren in pcubib,

...nf .L.J .U.. . Wl.ll $L

star Darryl Hickman. .Former MRAEL OFFICBM TO U.S.

kid star Donald O Connor s wife.

Gloria Noble, learned that her urst

husband, by siegei.. is now mar

ried to an English model. Her first

name is Helen, but I can't learn

her last. (Why it s Mrs. Siegei!)

tar, and Sarah Remoter of the Brit-
tan u,w clan mKig new, -i ,.

Anna Magnani isn't talkig about

it (maybe because the cant pro

nounce his name) but he's suppos

ed to be one Joseph TreutinKov,
described at a White Russian
"count.". ,1s Krushchev's brain-

truit headed by Valentir.i Cubit:

chey? (Kimemlxr him?.uoy Co-

Don't tell me that it is hotter
than usual. I know that it is hot hotter
ter hotter than ... and it has lasted long longer.
er. longer. Recently I spent a week in
Boquete at the Panamonte Inn and
is was hotter than usual, but still
many degrees cooler than here
at sea level. Another week on the
Rancho Las Lagunas del Volcan,
was coo'.ei, but still not so cool
as usual for that region. We had
fire in the fireplace only once
and then it reallv wasn't needed.
Now assuming that it is agreed
that it is hotter than usual, what
make it so, well, hot? There
are people who claim that it is
the result of the explosions of the
atom and hydrogen bombs. But
the answer is not so simple as
that. The heat wave is not eon eon-fined
fined eon-fined to Panama and the tropics.

It is felt all over the world out outside
side outside of the Polar Regions. Natural Naturally
ly Naturally it is accompanied by drought.
Last winter, Japan had an epi epidemic
demic epidemic of influenza that struck one one-third
third one-third of the population during a
long dry period. Of course, Japan
ha been more or less exposed to
atom bomb fall out. But Profes

sor Hidee Nishioka, of Keio Uni University,
versity, University, doesn't blame that Bellas
written a book, "Long Warm
Weather Cycle Ahead. Ti say it
is here.
He points out among many oth

er things that the same weather

eyelc occur ed la the Btn, tot utn,
and 16th centuries when there were
no atom bombs. The blurb for the
book sayi; "Land values are
threatened in many areasthou areasthousands
sands areasthousands ara dying throughout the
world... century old Beat records
are being broken ..crops, vegeta vegetation
tion vegetation sad area uets are in jeopar jeopardy.
dy. jeopardy. The new warm cycle contri contributes
butes contributes to beart discatt, causes high
blood pressure, and creates other
medical problemr."
The book is published for $2 by
The International Economic Re Research
search Research Bureau. U William Street,1

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NO DISSA, LES& DATA: Barba

ra Hush's younger 7'sier Ramoua

(and just as preuyj marries iutn-

r ox art director Dale Meanessy in
December. .Since his ai voice,
tsrou ciawforu snad 25 pounds ana

on mm it iOoks good. io giggle

water ior a mouui. .Inger sev

ens is nut seeing JJei uingie, eith

er on or off stage .Must oe fcreat
to be a great "impressionist" like
will Joiaan. Can make tne gais
think he's Rock huoson, Tab Hunt Hunter,
er, Hunter, Clark Gable, Tony Martin ev

en fcivis. .This is tne billy sea season:
son: season: That wai Jams Kean, cuddly
comic, on me back ot the motor motorcycle
cycle motorcycle driven by Roddy McDowell
at a mad pace down Third Ave.,
on their way home from the 'Alcoa
Hour TV rehearsal. (Jane writes:
"I know cause lvwas there. I have

the bruises to show for it.")

Note of a Nutlifer: Rod Steiger

Sally Gracio reconciliation faded
to take. ..Been trying to find out

the owner of the car with the BQ-l
license that's such a lamiliar'signt
at the Trouville in Manhatset? be

longs to Jim Lundy, Borough Prex

y of Queens.-, .Tne twin red Cad

die convertibles parked in E. 60th

St. weren't fire-engines. JA-4 be

longs to comedian Joey Adams and

VP- is (Chez) Vi'o Pisa's. (I've
got a plate, but no car to put it

on l eat oa mice:). .Warners

Susan Oliver is consoling Lex Bar

ker, Lana Turner s ex, and that is

nice consolation, indeed.

Mare ef the Same: Pat Medina

(she's separated from Richard

Greene) it dating John Bash, the

producer. .Songstress Rosalie

Rand ts the latest to Join the ever
lengthening young Tommy Sands'
rock-'n-roll date Est. .Looks like
Tab Hunter got the brush from
Etchika Cboureau, the French
film cutie. Her "newest" Is Eddie
Byrnes. By a strange coincidence

Byrnes appears with her in "Dar

by's Rangers, the pic Tab was to

do before his suspension. Would

yon call this a double saspension?

. .But Jtye P. Morgan, the TV
thrush, believes there's safety is
numbers. Sir walked into Ed
Wynne's Hanrya with Paul Barry

and Joe Carlton. .Maybe Sammy

Kay thinks ditto. He was there

with Roseman vaa Hoot, tne mo

del, and singer Carmen Stone.

HOW TirtS GUY GETS A-

ROUND (I meaa tne!): Nick Eden,

DON'T SIGN (HCM THAR PA

PERS: Before hi: came ta the

Mainland from Hawaii a couple of

year ago, exciting and exotic La-

ki Ontai wa a favorite subject

for photoorapiiei end artists

Hawaii's moat famous model She

posed far dozen and like a dope

igned releael Now, wherever
die gees, she tee hai pretty put

and without credit yet. This

year it's been en a magaiine cov

er, in airline timetable, a taurist

While the Eisenhower adminis

tration has invited military mis

sions from various Arab countries
ta come to the USA for training, it

has failed to invite any military

men from Israel, -.r

This has led ta wisecrack in
military circle, that lack of U.S.

training is the reasons for the

efficiency of th Israli Army.

It will be recalled that .Israel
knocked Egypt completely out ef

the Sinai Penimula in four days
despite the fact that Egypt was
equipped with the larjt sup supply
ply supply of Rnsiaiv arms ever found
in one place since World War II

outside the United States and

Russia.

However. -when Sen. Hubert

Humphrey of Minnesota, (Dem.)

u. ...... ua. -rl -J ii ..... l

ian record, and In a national ad-, tourmg the Near East, discover discover-and
and discover-and saw an eil painting of h- ed that Israeli officer, had not

m akJ: c. Im uluf I he intervened with the State De

partment. He demanded that Is

t.i -.it.ti.. Darimeiii.

a a. -I..J.. i... u.'...ti. ... raei nave ni isan mc uic a

IrVw 71.7 rrcpll Arab offlce"-
lW:iJrt!'!r'f5'Ar.e!!f-t wOl now be invited to, the USA.

,r. ....... U4BV rami CflMEI BACK

luSut for home end cenvetlons.

Gal has brain as well as books.
And what a wiggle1

DEFINITION FROM THE

WAY LEXICON: Wolf, noun:

guy with a weakne for gal with

a weakne.

WW IS ON VACATION

President Eisenhower hunt

heard the last of ex-Sen. Harry
Cp'n who was dropped from the

Subversive Activities Control

B, I Board for criticizing kes loyalty

Ainvgiam.
rrk. ......... T). I. ...

paring a new blast at the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower administration in book
form. He has already completed
a confidential outline of h pro

posed book; intended for the pub publisher's
lisher's publisher's eyes only, in which he re recommends
commends recommends that "the only thing to
do with the loyalty-security pro program
gram program is to scrap them complete completely
ly completely in so far as they are based on
ideological tests and .ideological
suspicions. :'x:f-r''-K'')--Instead
he urges "maintaining a
competent counter intelligence serv
ice which will detect the occasion occasional
al occasional actual spy in-our midst." t;
Cain is a conservative but civil-rights-minded
Republican! with a
belligerent eye and grating voice.
Though an Eisenhower appointee,
he caustically attacked Ike for
permitting abuses in the loyalty
program. .
Cain finally had a face-to-face-showdown
with Ike the day before
the President's1 ileitis attack. In Insiders
siders Insiders claim Ike or so wrought
up over the interview that he dev developed
eloped developed stomach crumps w h i c h
may have precipitated the attack.
In any rasa, Cain wa uncere unceremoniously
moniously unceremoniously dropped at the end of
hi term. Far--from silenced,
however, he has teamed up with
Benjamin' Ginzbura former re.
search director of the a SnaM
Constitutional Right Committee,
to write a hard-hitting book on
der the title, "Rededication to
Freedom."
In their confidential outline,-the

authors charge: "The, loyalty-sec

urity programs are now reveal

ed to have been brought aoout
principally through the agency- of
the unchecked Elizabeth Bentley
tale of Communist espionage... It
has been demonstrated by .the Wil William
liam William Henry Taylui case and "by
the documents declassified by At Attorney
torney Attorney General Brownell at the
1953 (Harry Dexter; White hear hearings
ings hearings that the Bentley story is a
fictional narrative wfa'ch converta
her Communist, fellow t traveling
and even innocent acquaintances

into so many Soviet spies. Five

hundred FBI agents were unawe

to produce any corroDoration ior

her story.
"Thus it is revealed that not on-.
ly do the loyalty-security programs
undertake to dismiss people on the
basis of uncorroborated tales. of
informers but thatthe whole ac ac-tivized
tivized ac-tivized program was started large largely
ly largely on the basis of uncorroborat uncorroborated
ed uncorroborated informer's story," the Cain ma manuscript
nuscript manuscript continues. "Certainly no
basis has been established to jus justify
tify justify the institution of totalitarian
measures to meet the spy danger."
Cain's conclusion: "If and When
we-cease to be men of little faith :

in freedom, we shall' find our psy

chotic fears of communism oi3ap oi3ap-pearing
pearing oi3ap-pearing and we shalf find the Com-
munixti themselves succumbing tO

the contagion of freedom.'.' ts

Long Life On Beer

HUDDERSFIELD, Engi 'iug,

(UP) William G. Malbert, who

is 103 today, says mat Deer ana
tobacco helped him live so long.
"It's my medicine," Malbert

said.

"Old Bill," as he is known here,
goes to a local pub twice 'a day
mornine and evening. He drinks

two pints of beer during each vis

it,.
He said he would have hit usual
beer to celebrate his birthday.

Quake In Algeria

ALGIERS. Aug. Z (Up- An

earth tremor shook the Orleans-

ville region qf Northern Algeria
Tuesday, authorities said today.
No damage or casualties were reported.

Tunisia Recognized

PARIS, Aug. I (UP) The

French Gov. yesterday accord

ed formal diplomatic recognition

to the newly-created republic of

Tunisia. ;
The French decision was an announced
nounced announced following a cabinet meet meeting.
ing. meeting. It placed France among the
first countries to recognize
the new Tunisian mime, set us

last Thursday by the Tunisian Na National
tional National Asembly following the de

throning of the aged Bey of Tunis.

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spades.' South played the seven
West won with the jack and re returned
turned returned the deuce, . u

South won this trick with the
ace, entered dummy with the six

oi hearts and trumped a low
pade. He, returned to dummy
With the eight of hearts and
ruffed the last spade, w, .
; South led his king of diamonds
and discarded a club from dum dummy.
my. dummy. He waevnbw ready to attack
the club suit. The normal play,

ii mere naa been no adverse

bidding, would be to Dlav a slm

pie finesse against the Jack In

we wesi nana but there had

eeen bidding and South started

10 -reconstruct the East hand

; East had opened one diamond
with four points In diamonds,
two points In ':, spades and no

points in hearts. In' order for
East to have 11 high card points

ne wouia, nave to now both, the
ace and jack of clubs and south
decided that East "would not

nave opened without those 11
points. Hence South led a low
club from his hand and went up

wnn dummy's queen.

: East won with the ace and was

ena-piayed. He shot a club right
back but South let i it run a a-round
round a-round to dummy's ten.
At another table the team of
Xast and West did not bid at all
and West chose to open the nine
of clubs. Dummy played the ten.
East the jack and South .the

' s Not' only, did South, hold his

.was able to discard his seven of
Aspades on dummy's fourth club
and make five. ?

Mother Cleared Of Murdering
Spouse; He Beat Her For Years

6

SAVANNAH. Ga.. Aud. 2 (UP turned to Police Court 3uAhp T.aw.

a motner oi lour -cnuureu was rence J. uwyer and said she had

exonerated yesterday for killing talked with Dorsey 's sister and
her husband, an Air Force captain I mother about the shontin? mri

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wnu oeai ner lur years, sue aiut miey QOD t Diame me.

because he was afraid of flying.

Mrs. Haleea Benson Dorsey. 31,

was cleared of a murder charge

after she testified at a prelimin

ary bearing- that Capt. Benjamin
A. Dorsey. 33. beat and kicked her

for about four hours before she
emptied a target pistol at him 'on

tne night of July 25

JEaruer in the evening, she said.

her husband had held her finger

over a candle flame to "show you
how it feels for a pilot to bum

to aeatn." :

When she could stand the abuse

no : longer, she said,, she got the

family's- .22 caliber target pistol
and "started firing and I only
stopped when the sun wouldn't

fire; any ;more." j k r

Testifying from a four-naee wrltr

ten statement, she related:

lhat her 12 years of marriage

to Dorsey had been a neriod of

"extreme cruelty" to herself and
the children.

'That her husband once tied her

hands behind her back and forced

the children to beat her. "He did didn't
n't didn't want to-hurt his hands," she
said. 1
That he once told her to bring
a hammer' from hit tool chest.

that he wanted to hit her with it.
He hit her after she complied,
she said, and pain still results

from the blow. V

After reading Jhe statement, she

woman Publisher Arniy Mobile Team

Is'Deod At 8

She slumped sobbing In the wit witness
ness witness chair and the judge imme immediately
diately immediately ruled no probable cause
in the case, 5

. Police had, reported earlier thatJ

Mrs. Dorsey told them her; hus husband
band husband had a deep fear of Hying
that expresed itself, especially
wheni he was drinking; in fits of
depression and cruelty.
After hearing her statement that

Dorsey had been drinking on the
night ne was killed, Judge Dwyer
commented: "This is another case

of tragedy growing out of the im

proper use of alcohol, a social

problem : for which I know no

cure."

His fellow officers at. Hunter

Air Force Base,; where Dorsey

was stationed, have said he was
"one of the nicest of fellows" to

work with. ,.

Hare, Ware. Costly

TAUNTON,' England '(UP)
Stanley Murrin's rabbits weren't

born with silver spoons in their
mouths but they enjoyed the near nearest
est nearest thing to it. A museum curator
said Tuesday, that the old spoon
Murrin. used to ladle out food to
his rabbits was one of two 17th
Century silver felics worth about
$700.

vHOLYOKK, Mass.j Aug.'2 (TJP)
Mrs; William G. Dwight ,,aied

yesterday at Hofyoke hospital the
day after her last editorial was
published in the Holyoke Transcript-Telegram.
'
The nation's oldest woman pub publisher;
lisher; publisher; Mrs.. Dwight was 84." She
had continued to write editorials
and social items for the paper up
to the time of her death. -r

President of the paper is her

son, wiiiiam uwignt, wno also
heads the American Newspaper

Publishers Association.

Ends ; llicaraguan
Tour 01 Training
v Four of six members of an Ar
my ammunition, general supply
and storage mob: la training team
returned tv the rani 7l fmm

XT." ... Vi

Nicaragua weanesday after com

pleting a 45 day period of instruc

tion 10 personnel of

guan Army;

the Nicara-

Near Miss
Stanton. Mich. (UP) Mrs. Nan

cy Lucas of Stanton was on 90
days probation today because her
aim was poor;. Mrs.. Lucas threw
an ink well at her husband. Glenn.

in the county sheriff's office but

missed and splattered the wall of

the police nation with ink. ;
CAR "PROFIT'! $20,000

MIAMI :(UP)--Anthony Clausi,
35, has discovered a great way to
do business but a mighty poor one

for staying out of trouble, fonce I
charged the used car dealer with

buying the sao"e u7 uaaiiiac tour i
times with' bogus checks and re-i
selling it for cash for. a net profit

Of $20,000. ,-

King Returns Home

LONDON. Aug. 2 UP) King.l

Mohammed Zahir Shan of Atgnan-

istan returned home from Mos

cow yesterday, ending a two-week

visit to tne soviet union.

Those who returned wrxe rr.

men urignt, technical representa representative
tive representative from the U.S. Arrriy Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean quartermaster officer,, Wil
ham Bright, engineer technical re representative;'
presentative;' representative;' CWO Gordon Schu Schu-etz,
etz, Schu-etz, represent if lve from Ordnance:
and Sfc. Norman Rowe, a signal
technician from Frot Monmouth,
N. J. During their stay in Nicara Nicaragua,
gua, Nicaragua, they advised army personnel
on various teciirical service sup
ply and maintenance activities.;
The rem amir g team members

This M News?
Hot Air In D.C.

WASHINGTON. Auar 3 fTTP

The government ran into a hot

crisis waay. no air condiUon condiUon-lng.
lng. condiUon-lng.
A power failure In downtown

Washington and some outlying

BcuMuua lorcea me uenerai serv services
ices services Administration to cut off
air conditioners in' the Whit
House, the Capitol "and other
government ; buildings. ; 5 The

iorecast was for a high of 92

degrees, t

will complete a 60-day period of

training in or mance venicie main

tenance and wil; render assistance
in organizing vehicle i repair
shop in accordance with accepted

procedures. They are CWO

Charles Shoemaker-and M Sgt.
Marvin, Metheny, both of the tf.S.
Army Caribbean ordnance sec
tion.

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Tvo Commie Dailies

Shut Down In Genoa

TURING Aug. 2 (UP) Com Communist
munist Communist daily papers made their
last appearance yesterdav t in

this stronghold of postwar Ital Italian,
ian, Italian, communism and the ship shipping
ping shipping center of Genoa, i
i The two Red dallies, both, call called
ed called Lunita ceased publication
with today's Issues; following 'a
decision taken last month. by

tne itanan party's central com
mittee..,.;,. '-:'..; t

The committee ordered the
papers dropped because rising
costs.-, and falling -circulation
made them 'unprofitable Ven Ventures.
tures. Ventures. Their demise left the par party
ty party with two official dallies, one

m Home ana one in Miian.
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Sen. Valler George
Fiohfs For Life

VIENNA, Ga.. Aug." 2 (UP)

rormer sen. waiter r. Geonte,
79, fouuht stubbornly for his life
today In ...what physicians called

tne gravest of a succession of
crises of his heart ailment.
Dr. M. L.1 Mallov, his family
physician, said the one-time
"dean" of the tT-S. Senate who

retired last January after serf

Ing 34. years had reached' "the

lowest point yet" In his Illness.,

Tne influential' former chair
man of .the Senate Foreign Re

lations Committee afterwards
was named President Elsenhow

er's 'ambassador to NATO.

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In California Miami and New
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ifornia California the store, with the Rare
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t Interviewed, Mr. Marco Adea
said he had bought a wide as-
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sortment assortment of rare shirts that
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' be also announces the purchase
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The bride is a graduate of Pack

er Collegiate Institute and Vkssar,
'57. where she was a number ot

the Glee Club. She made her de

but at the Yuletide Ball in 1953.

Mr. Hurtematte, who graduated

last month from the United States

Miliary Academy at West Point,
N.Y., will continue his studies at
the Graduate Engineering School,
Geor Washington University. His

father is vice president of the Na

tional Bank of Washington ad was
formerly a trustee of the World

Bank.

Mr. And Mr. Mduro
FtUd At Dinners

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Maduro,

who are leaving for Europe, were

honored with a farewell buffet at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Gil-

berto Guardia of Golf Heights on

luesday evening.
. On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Icaza entertained Mr. and
Mrs. Maduro and Mr. and Mrs

Carlos Sosa at dinner in their
home. .

MRS. R03ERT JAMES SHILLINGLAW was Miss Diane Carla
Staples before her marriage June 22 In California.
(AMBASSADOR AND MRS. JULIAN HARRINGTON
ENTERTAIN U.S. DELEGATION TO CONGRESS
tv,- AmhaKsailnr nf lh; United States of America and Mrs,

Julian F. Harrington are giving a reception this evening from
fi in ft At their residence in La Cresta, in honor of the Un'ted

Stale ridpration tn the Seventh Pan American Congress.

. The Contress is beinit held currently in the Republic of

Panama.

Julio E Hurttmtft
Maries Brooklyn -Girl
The marriage of Miss Philome Philome-na
na Philome-na Aliano, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George Amadeo Aliano of

to Mr. Julio Ernesto Herutematte,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Heurtematte of Washington, D.C.,
and Panama, took place in Christ
Episcopal Church in Bay Ridge5,

Brooklyn and Shelter Island, N.Y., Brooklyn, on July 27.

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L I S B ON

Ft. Kobb Wivas

Hold Monthly Coffee

The Fort Kobbe Officers' Wives'

Club met on Thursday for their

monthly coffee and business meet

ing at the Ft. Kobbe Officers
Club. Greeting members and

guests in a carnival atmosphere

were three costumed clowns. Mrs.

William R. Bond, Mrs;' F. Simon,
and Mrs. W. K. Keller, hostesses

lor tne occasion.
Mrs. StejAen D. Noyes, presi president,
dent, president, introduced 'the honorary
president, Mrs. Robert W. Garett,
and welcomed individually (he ma

ny guests present. After reading
of the minutes of the previous
meeting, the various committee
chairmen were called; upon for
reports. These"1 included Mrs. John
E. Wise, Hospitality; Mrs. John
K. Ottley, Hospitality Kits; Mrs.
D. LitowSki, Hospital; and Mrs.
Richard E. LaBrode, replacing
Mrs. Phelps as welfare Chairman,
A report on the progress of the
Constitutional Committee was giv given
en given by Mrs. Robert S. McClenag McClenag-ham,
ham, McClenag-ham, Chairman.
Following presentation by Mrs.
Noyes of a woodrose corsage to
Mrs. J. M. Jerram at a farewell
token, drawing for door prizes
was held, in which Mrs. D. E.
Clark, Mrs. Noyes and Mrs. Jer Jerram
ram Jerram were winners over approxi approximately.
mately. approximately. 65 ladies attending.

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1 Today we '"Traps vk
honor our ;- DOWN
country's l Stockings ',
7 Soldiers' -... j Enthusiastic
re bedecked ardor '.'
with flags 3 Soaks flax
13 Oleic acid i 4 Rowing tool
ester 5 Russian
14 We pause to A storehouse
the 6 Divisions
memories of ; of the calyic
departed ones "7 Green
15 Petty prince 8 Rent anew
16 "Lily maid : 9 Hawaiian

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temper 22 Tallies ;' mountain spur 53 Mouths

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26 Body of water
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milk
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39 Finishes
40 Many

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' BRANCH STORE ONLY.
' Tivoli Ave. No. 8'-. N '.- ''
SPECIAL REORCAIIIZATIOII SALE
New items are offered every day
at UNEQUALLY LOW PRICES
DRESSES at Half Price
SHOS, includinf, "DcUso Debs,"
from $5.00 to $7.00 V 1
Cirlg Shorts and Dresses from. $1.00

Boys Suits
;Boys Shirts

from 1.00
. .1, 0.75 n

ALSO

Lingerie, Bathing Suits, Sport Wear for Ladies.
Linen Tablecloths from $1.95.

SORRY, NO, CHANGES NO RETURNS
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M

Cleveland Cops See

Dr? Sam Undoubted
Slayer Of Marilyn :

! C'USVKLANJJ, Ohio, Aug. 2-

(Un-The Cle eland police .de .department
partment .department indicated today it, still
believed Dr, Samuel Sheppard
murdered "his pregnant wife de

spite tne confessiou of a .Florida
convict. 1 , ,
A $10,000 reward posted by' the
Sheppard lamily for the. sDDrehen-

sion and conviction of the slaver

for its reiief and pension fund.

The police department said it
should receive the reward because
Sheppard was convicted nf uminj.

degree njurd-jr and sentenced to

in? in prison. The CuyahogaCoun CuyahogaCoun-ty
ty CuyahogaCoun-ty commissioners trustees of the
reward money; said they -wpuld
study the claim.. 2

une action wst' iaVw .,tn

. nunc

t.uy anoga county-prosecutor John
Corriean was eopsifiprino Ufhoiko

to begin extradition proceedings
against Donald VVedfer; 231 who
signed a confession at Deland,
fla.. that he had tipntpfi'Mnriii.r,

Sheppard to death in 1954.

Corriean awaited

tion of viden by two of Shep Shep-pard's
pard's Shep-pard's defense lawvrr

tained the .confession from Wed-

Statistics Reveal

Brifaln Ha 45,000
Monroe-like Figures

" IjANDOTT. Aue. 2 (UP) -i- Heri

Majesty's Stationery onjee dis disclosed
closed disclosed today that 45,000 British
women have figures like Marilyn
Monroe's.-,
The statistics were designee! to

help clothing manufacturers pro

vide better fitting domes, awy

indicated that BWisn u women

should be anything but .ashamed
of their shapes.

The council .took the measure

ments, of 5,000 women.; Statistic
clans converted the figures Into
alsrebraic eauations which turn

ed out to equaj. a- wolf -whistling
average.; nay?---. r-y

;The ( report pttbJei6jr.fiej-:x.,H.?-;:a

Kin Of Tolstoi

N Dies In Russia
. MOSCOW, Aug. 2 (UP) .Th
Ministry of Culture today an announced
nounced announced the deth of Sofia Andre,
yevna Tolstoi, one of Leo Tolstoi's
granddaughters and widow of poet
Sergei Yesenein.' She was 57.
, f f ,:',
Sofia was a prominent editor of
both Tolstoi's and her iushand's
works and director of the Tolstoi
Museum, u -'.,

stationery office said that "Miss
Britain 1957"' averaged out at
35-25-37 from bust to hips,
That makes her slimmer than
Venus. de Milo, about two inches

bigger in the waist and hips than

Miss Monroe nd considerably
more, pudgy than Gina Lollobri Lollobri-gida.
gida. Lollobri-gida.

r.lexico's. Tourist Facilities

rig Normally, PAA Reports

(PA-C) Hotels, restaurants

and other tourist facilities in

Mexico City are operating nor normally,
mally, normally, after the earthquake of
Sunday (July 28), according to

Pan American World. Airways

Light and watee. service Is
normal, and highways through throughout
out throughout Mexico are ODen. to travel.

t' Including the road between

Mexico City and Acapulco where
landslides have been cleared to
permit travel at reduced speeds.
Air service 'to the Mexican
capital from P a n American's
Latin American 1 gateways at
Miami, Houston,;- New Orleans,
Los Angeles, San Francisco and
Brownsville, Texas, was t unin uninterrupted
terrupted uninterrupted by tha earthquake.

. II

EXPRESS. CARGO SERVICE FROM U.S.
ATLANTIC PORTS TO THE REPUBLIC
OF PANAMA and CANAL ZONE. ACCEPT ACCEPTING
ING ACCEPTING CARGO FOR WEST COAST OF
SOUTH AMERICA.

SAILS,
Baltimore

SAILS SAILS
Philadelphia New York

Discharges
Cristobal

Discharger'
Balboa r'

Santa Olivia July
Santa Liiisa ..." y.

Santa Rita

26 July 25

31

Auj.

Auj:.

5

15

Aug.
Aug.

July

Auz. 1 10

Santa Rita .... Aug. ;. 10 ; Aug. J 12. VApjp. ..14 1 Aug. 19 Aug.
Cuba-Victory Aug. J5, Aug. -.18 Aug.' 21 Aug'. 26" Aug.

am?.J K v W Aug. ,25 Aug. 28 Sept 1 Sept.
Santa Mercedes. ; Aug. 29 ;r Sept. pf, r-4 Sepi jStfC
H i PASSENGER SERVICE
To Colombia, Ecuador. pJru k Chile TO NEW YORK

6
16
20
27
.1
10

SANTA MARGARITA

SANTA. BARBARA ......

Aug.
Aug.'

3
8

SANTA ISABEL . ..... i, .Aug. 7
SANTA CECILIA Awr. 12

rCARGt) AND PASSENGER SERVICE

from U. S. Pacific & West Coast
f Central America to the Panama Canal

' SANTA MALTA .......

To West Coast Central
America & U. S. Pacific Ports

...... Aug.' 7 SANTA FE 9A

SANTA FE 4 f' .Aug. 16 SANTA ANITA . . T. . . .SDt IS

FOR FURTHER" INFORMATION APPLY r

mm msm mmmt

CRISTOBAL

2131-2135

BALBOA

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2150 -2159

2-05562-0557

The SPOTLIGHT'S ON-

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MmENTERTAINMENTl

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BALBOA BAR t
.;. "The BARON calypao aingfr Don Bryant, -will be M.C.
and featured singer jn, the. Club 4:30,; Fridays, Saturdays
t.--f and Sundays, aiccompanied by tht Carol Greaves f
' Trio. (Nightcap on-the-fiouse, 4:30 s.m., Fri. A Set)
. 2IGGY & ZAGGY,;ntertaining duo, selected as ths best
act at 4ast Wednesday's Variety Show, also H( tnter-
"-' tain at the Club 4:30. 4. m
, ' 1 -: .- j f
sundaV BRUNQI DANCE 1 : -;
c from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
,V featuring LOPEZ the MAGICIAN", held over. by,; ". v-
popular demand .this Sunday and "next .;
' Choice of complimentarycocktaiI, delicious brunch
.menu, and music by Lucho Azcarraga's Trio. S2.25.
WEDNESDAY VARIETY NIGHT I
. : .... '
' 4 sparkling' "acts from 10 p.m.next Wednesday in the
Balboa. Bar. The Baron will be m.a'- V
"' EXTRA SPECIAL! DOLORES hr TRIO
will start in the Baiboa Bar beginning next Wednesday!

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Shllllngl.w-StaplM.

Wadding In California
Mr. : and Mrs. Chades E. Sta

'tries of Loi Rios announced the

? mariage on .(June ;- 32. of ; .their

daughter. Diane Carla. to Mr

Robert James ShillinKlaw, aon of.

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. 6illinglaw of
Chicago, 111. The Rev. Russell
Gray officiated at'the double ring

ceremony, wmcn was neitt i a

garden thml In ..JU Anfeles,
Calif.

The bride was -given away by

her father, t She wore a floor'
length white nylon organza and
Swedish laca dress .with tiny
sleeves, scoop neckline, and
chapel train, and a Jnllef cap with
shoulder-length veil. Her bduquet
war a crescent of small whit ros
es 1 accented with lily-of-the-valley
and seed pearls. -
' Miss Marilyn, the bride's .coir
let roommate, was maid of honor.

She wore yellow nylon organs boa JJigh School, '58, and attend-

with lace matching the bride's and
a eoronet of lacy white flewers.

Miss Catherine Carlson and Miss

Diane Oihoeft were bridesmaids,
in pastel pink ad. blue? dreses
matching the maid of honors.
Best man was Mr. Charles

Schneider, r and Messrs, Merl
Knopes and Ted Searle ware ush

ers. They wore : ooutonniers to
match the dresses of the f!irJs i
,Tho mother of the bride wore
an aqua-blue chiffon gown with
matching featureds headpiece. Her

eorsace- was a handmade came

lig of coral gladiouVThe mother
of the aroom wore a dusty rose

laca dress and matching hat, with

a eamella Corsage of white Kiacs.

A soloist sang "Because," 'My

Prayer,',' and ,MTba uxi a Try
er. : w y

The couple will honeymoon ia

tli Hieh Siprrai i

The bride is a graduate of Bat

1 imwmm www petym mwntm g m

OK'teOVGKlBn

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ed WbiUiar CoUegt-ior. one year.

During her senior year at Balboa
she was editor of -The' Parrakeet,
The groom was graduated from

Bowea f light School- in Chicago

and is currently attending worth worth-top
top worth-top Aerooauticaljnstitute- in Los
Angeles. f s t
Buffet Dinner i '
for Bridal' Pa'rty
Mr. and Mrs. Lee' Karagier en entertained
tertained entertained members f the bridal
party with an informal buffet din din-eer
eer din-eer Thursday evening in the Gar'
den Room of the Hotel Tlvoli, fol following
lowing following the rehlarsal for tbe wed
ding of their daughter. Nancy.

who will marry Mr, Bremer Jorr
Itad on .Aug. J.,- h-0 X y-
Guests present : I included the
Misses Barbara Eeolf. Carol New.

aarov rnmeia Therlot. Ano Thorn

as, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swear

ingen Mr. ana Mrs. Jofta Hall,
Mr, Leslie Rinehart Mr.: Leslie
Wood, Mr. Isaae : Peltyoovicb.
Miss Grace Williams, Rev, and

Mrs. Theodore Franklin,; and Mr.
an Mrs. 0. E,.;Jorsta 4 aon,

Also Present Were Misses Shirley

Motsinser. Norma Lone. ', Ferris.

foster, Ferral Fosteri and Bever Bever-ly
ly Bever-ly Murphy, who are visitinc the

.ajigera lor the weaaing.

Joint Congressional Group Approves
Quarter Million For, Atomic Energy

WASHINGTON CUP)l-The' Joinf,

Mr. Felix Madura

And Sen Return

Mr. Felix-B. Maduro and son

Stephen returned by. plane Tues.
day from-a pleasure .trip through

joum America. .,

Mrs. Irwin Henereel

At Despedida Luncheon 1
Mrs. Arthur J. Irjyin, who is
leaving this month for Guam; was
honored at, i desoedida luncheon

on Thursday at the Fort Amador

vuicersv wpen Mess jy over tntr.
ty of her friends,. The tabls,vsel;
in the patio,'-were oolorfuUy dee dee-prated
prated dee-prated with native flowers. .
, A beautifully embroidered grass
linen tablecloth was presented to

Mrs. irwin bv the 1 ladies, each nf

wnom wrote -a nersonar note in

small white ieadther autovranh

booic nrhich.wss also presented to
the guest of nomrf..;"
Mr.- And Mrs,- Summer

n Vacation ,Tiur

Mr. and Mrs.i Arthur Sum m hp

Of Golf He'ighU left the Isthmus
today for Caracas, Venezuela, lirst

iup uu weir vacauoni -mnery.
During their monjh's travels they
plan to- visit the British West, In Indies,
dies, Indies, Puerto Rico, Miami, and
Washington, D.( C: 1 i '

wniie in Florida the Summers
will join their daughter Jane, wh

has been soendini the iummf

with her erandparenu. Mr. and

Mrs. R. L. Summers at Lake Letui

their ranch in Summerfield, Flor
ids. Prom there the 'family will
proceed to Washington, then bkek

to ranama in September.

New CAA Chief

Arlves With family

ir. ana Mrs; Jonn v. Nolan
have arrive from Ft. Worth. Texr

ana rv rnuuo fa npujeU

Congressional .A t o m i e .nersy

Committee has p p r o v e d a

$259,230,000 'tatomie, program Jot

defense and peaciivAril:';'4'

; But it als hcav the adminfs-

irauon a aouoie rebuu. m taking

two steps opposed by President

Eisenhower.- They are:.

Authorized a 8 mouon dollar

program to speed production of

atomic .power. The program fea

tures a 58 million dollar gas-cooled
reactor using natural : uranium

a type highly touted by the British
put not slated for construction by
the .Atomip Energy Commission, at

' Retained in another bill a pro
vision to require' specific congres congressional
sional congressional authorization, for each pack-

age Of nuclear material-given-to
the International Atoms for Peace

Agency.

i Rep. Chet Holifield (D-Cal.), who
headed the ? subcommittee that

drafted the main bill said the ex extra
tra extra money was added to rescue the

AEC's '.'bankrupt"1 power pro-

whera Mr; Nolan is the new chief
of the Civil Aeroneautics Adminia-

tration In the Cans Zone Mr. NoH

tana was lormeriy cniei pi over overseas
seas overseas communications for the CAA
la Fort Worth. '-vSivth

The" Nolans hve a s sonU John

M.. (Who fraduated in Journalism

from: the orth Texas. State Col

lege and la now serving: With the

Armed Forces Ift Ft; Chaffe, Ar

kansas, and a daughter, 1 Mrs:

ueorge 4t. Younts.AiJr., who re resides
sides resides in 'College Station, Texas.'

gram

AEC Chairman Lewis L.'Strauss

promptly issued a statement- cal

ling Houfiejd's remark: "contrary
to the facts." He said this nation

is "without-any close rival any

where, in the world" in the field.
The President Monday formally

signed the necessary documents to
bring the toms-for-peace agency,
into being. The committee 'includ

ed its restriction in a separate act
outlining V; procedures under the
ttatfc;4?N:;.M

one source saw the proposal,
sponsored by Sen. John W. Bricker

(R-Ohio),' was approved by a vote

oi iu-5. "state department; spokes spokesmen
men spokesmen said the restriction was cum cumbersome
bersome cumbersome but the -, admJnlstratio
could live, nith it., ; i :
In artinir On th nrnarum an.

borization bill the- committee an-

. . i

proveo a n.4,wa,oot program uq.

der which, the government joins

wun private organizations to do.
velop nuclear power reactor.r

Committee Chairman Carl T,

Durham (D-N.O'said a report on

the biUwincluding a minority re

portwould be prepared as soon

as iwsble Reps , Sterlini Cole

(H-N.Y.0 has. announced he would

fight the additions to the, bill; on

the floor of the House. -In
a statement issued for him

self and eight- other committee
Democrats Durham ; said he was

''disturbed over the lack of a real

lstio small weapons program, or
any consideration of the necessity
for ultimately establishing a -stockpile
of plutonium for weapons or

peaceful purposes

I' - i "-J
t was a great day when
mother disco vewd Heinrr
Cream of Tomat Soupt Her 7
family and dinner guests v-
' were -thrilled with iU rich,

creamy flavor and mother
got compliments galore. Now ;
aha makes it host of delicious

i dishes with Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup and
-everybody raves about them! '". J
' Get Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup next time
- you shop, Its wonderful, homey flavor will make

a hit with your family and friends, too,

WIATO
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INAUGURATION SALE
starting August ut

, ; at; r ..
"CENTRAL STORE"
Opposite Colon fost Office: No. 1?6, Bolivar Street
, Formerly A.B.C Store
- Complete, Assortment 0
Pure Silk Chiffon Prints and Plain
Pure Raw Silk Prints and Plain
-Italian Silk '....'. J'tV-
Embroideries. -t all" kind r
Swiss Cottons i '.
; Bates Prints and Plain x
! French Cottons -V
Pure Wool, for Men and Women ; ;V
Irish Linen Prints and Plain

Cotton Satin

Zone Girl Slaters
Spend Hectic Veck
In Washington, DC
i i
Two Canal Zone' girls were a

mono the vantfuard of 88 vouth

leaders from 48 states and the
Zone who arrived In Washington
earlsuthis week to meet'President

Eisenhower and other top govern'

ment leaders as citizens of the

American Legioo Auxiliary's Hth

anuuai uiris nation.

i They are Wendv Cotton, daueh.

iw ai mr. ana Mrs. Wendell G.
Cotton of Margarita, and Marie
Bleakley, daughter of -Mr. and

wr.. Andrew Bleaklev tit Mrpri.

Ihe two deleeat fmm ; r.M,

State, held here earlier this sum summer,
mer, summer, visited scenes of federal gov gov-ernment
ernment gov-ernment from the White House to

k.iuM tau. ana taucea to the

men wno make its whaai :

At the University of .Maryland in
nearby College Park, they set up
their own model government.

Highlights of their atav inMnUrf

a visu w tne bupreme Court and
the Hallj of Congress to hear de
bate on the current civil rights
legislation, a pilgrimage to the
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and
a conference at the Pentagon with
Secretary or Defenge Charles E.
Wilson and directors of the arm.
ed services. v
.The girls also visited George
Washington's home at Mt. Vernon,
made a call on the President, at at-tended
tended at-tended a colorful "around the
world'" luncheon with- representa representatives
tives representatives from a dozen embassies nri

went to an' orientation meeting at
the Department of State. 1

,T' ispsiill j llillilill :

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MAJ. GEN. TRUMAN H. LANDON, commander, Caribbean Air ;
Command, presents a trophy to Col,-Edwln M. Bamage, com-1
mander, Albrook AFB for the safety record set by UJS. civilian
f employes by worktop 1,300,000 safe manhours at Albrook. E. F. )
'Ryan, director of ground safety; (right) observes the ceremo,
ny. (Official usat rbotoi

ton Brownie Scouts

fJ "ley camp Pah Am.,
I,earn About Panama

Learning about another country

liiiakviu, cmiure ana folk-

- Gelebrhle U1TX

Jj SCnniversary
Ay laAa JaAilick "J

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v starting TO.MORROW SATURDAY for ajhryted engagement
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Sat. & San. 9 p.m. and 12 midnight Mon. thru Thurs. 9 end 11:30 p.m.

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, OUR -SPECIAL
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CONTINUES
At- cost aiid less than cost prIces

tore-can be fyn. And' Canal. Zone
Brownie Scouts can Vouch' for

that. .'.

Last week 48 Brownies A-om hA

Pacific side participated in Camp
ran Am, a scout day camp held
at Fort Clayton and sponsored by

ww vanai une ,utn scout coun council.
cil. council. The theme of the eamn w

Panama. j----. .-.

Ihe Brownies were organized in

to four units according to their
age. Each unit was named for an

Indian tribe of Panama. They were

t-una, cnoco, uuyami and Sabane

roa, . - - x

The girls made pollers and mon

tuna doils.Y drew pictures of them,

ana sjuaiea tne Panamanian flag
They also-traced Panamanian la

dia designs onto plates and
scarfs and learned senga o Pana

ma."... .. ; ;.:,:(;
Included In the, week's activities
were a cookout at. the Scout

campsite at Fprt Clayton: and

an appearance on CFN TV's
VTrader Dick" program' -by it two

Of the Scolit leaders- and eight
Brownies who demonstrated their
handicrafts, sang songs and danc

ta tne xamoonto. a native dance.
" .The camp concluded its summer
program with a Parents Day on
Saturday jnoming.

Mrs. N. 3. Davison was nirec

tor of Camp Pan Am; and the as

sistant director was Mrs. James

C. Barber.
UnitWeaders were Mrs. E. G

Hoalcraft. Mrs. B. C. Abraham,

jars.Kuin uenton and' Mrs. a
ry Boyd. k:

Girl scout counselors were Ceci

Eggleston, Virginia Msuldin, Mar
tha Miller. Maxine' Baecett. Mil

lie Dejernette, Marvel Davison and

wary Anne sowen.

ine earn ps two nurses were

Mrs. Jeanne C. Bay and Mrs. H,
R, Eder.

Camn. Pan Am .was held In

building; 5 at Fort Clayton. The
Army also provided eots, mat mattresses,
tresses, mattresses, tables and chairs for .the

Brownie camp's use.

The Army will also provide

these ; Items plus kitchea equip equipment
ment equipment and' cooks for the upcom upcoming
ing upcoming Girl Scout Camp Cazone, Aug.

ITU through Aug. 30. Director for

the girl scout camp is Mrs. Betty
Berry. :, .. r

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
.jTRIDAT, AUGUST, l, 1951

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Box 134,'
Panania

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Ji mt( L Hoi! iy tJ.pl m w Punam 2-0740 r 2-0741 Liu tiOO mmJ 10 m.m. 4

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The bride is i graduate of Pack

er Collegiate Institute and Vassar,
'57, where she was a member ot

the Glee Club. She made her de

but at the Yuletide Ball in 1953.

Mr. Hurtematte, who graduated

last month from the United States

Miliary Academy at West Point,

N.Y., will continue his studies at
the Graduate Engineering School,
Geor Washington University. Hus

father is vice president of the Na

tional Bank of Washington and was
formerly a trustee of the World

Bank.

Mr. And Mrt. Maduro
Ftd At Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Maduro,
who are leaving for Europe, were
honored with a farewell buffet at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Gil-

berto Guardia of Golf Heights on
Tuesday evening.

On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs

Koy Icaza entertained Mr. and

Mrs. Maduro and Mr. and Mrs

Carlos Sosa at dinner in their

nome.

MRS. ROBERT JAMES SHILLINGLAW was Miss Diane Carla
Staples before her niLrriage June 22 In California.
(AMBASSADOR AND MRS. JULIAN HARRINGTON
ENTERTAIN U.S. DELEGATION TO CONGRESS
The Ambassador of the United States of America and Mrs.
Julian F. Harrington are giving a reception this evening from
6 to ft at their residence in La Cresta, in honor of the United
States delegation to the Seventh Pan American Congress.
The Congress is being held currently in the Republic of

Panama.

Julia E HturtmiH
Maritt Brooklyn -Girl
i The marriage of Miss Philome Philome-.
. Philome-. na Aliano, daughter of Mr. and

Mrs. George Amadeo Aliano of

to Mr. Julio Ernesto Herutematte,

Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Heurtematte of Washington, D.C.,

ana ranama, took place in Christ
Episcopal Church in Bay Ridge1,

Brooklyn and Shelter Island, N.Y, Brooklyn, on July 27,

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L I S B O N

Ft. Kobb Wivt
Held Monthly Coffee

The Fort Kobbe Officers' Wives'
Club met on Thursday for their
monthly coffee and business meet meeting
ing meeting at the Ft. Kobbe Officers
Club. Greeting members and
guests m a carnivall atmosphere
were three costumed clowns, Mrs.
William R. Bond, Mr' F. Simon,
and Mrs. W. K. Keller, hnstoscpc

for the occasion.

Mrs. Stejmen D. Noyes, presi president,
dent, president, introduced the honorary
president, Mrs. Robert W. Garett,

anu welcomed waiviauiiiiy the ma

ny guests present. After reading

oi ine minutes or the previous
meeting, the various committee
chairmen were called; upon for
reports. These"1 included Mrs. John
E. Wise, Hospitality: Mrs. John

K. Ottley, Hospitality Kits; Mrs.
D. Litowski, Hospital; and Mn.

Kiciiard e. LaBrode. replacing

Mrs. Phelps as welfare Chairman.

A report on the progress of the
Constitutional Committee was giv

en Dy Mrs. Kobert S. McClenag McClenag-ham,
ham, McClenag-ham, Chairman.

Following presentation by Mrs.
Noyes of a woodrose corsage to
Mrs. J. M. Jerram as a farewell
token, drawing for door prizes
was held in which : Mrs. D. E.
Clark, Mrs; Noyes and Mrt. Jer Jerram'.
ram'. Jerram'. were, winners over approxi approximately.
mately. approximately. 65 ladies attending.

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country's
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with flags
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the
memories of
departed ones
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temper lales

23 Poker stake

26 Body of water

27 Feminine

appellation

31 Misplaced

32 Smell
33 Hebrew
month .,
34 Tumult
35 Wheys of
milk
36 Beverage
39 Finishes
40 Many
localities have
to their
cemeteries
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46 Badgerlike

animal
47 Boundary
(comb, form)
50 Frightened
52 Bird
54 Legislative
body I
55 Rounded 1

23 Exclamation 42 Girl's name

of sorrow 43 Essential ;
24 Protuberance being
25 Former V ;. 44 Maple genus j,
. Russian rUler 4S Genus of

28 Norse god leaping
29 Crucifix c amphibians

, 47 Abqve
48 Plexus

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38 Experts SI Short-napped
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Dr. 5am Undoubled

Slayer 0( Marilyn

CLEVELAND., "Ohio Ana'

(UP)-The Cle eland nolir A.

panmeni muicated today it, still
believed Dr. Samuel Sheppard

jimiucreu ms oresnanr w a

spite the confession of a .Florida

A $10,000 reward nnoiA 'J iui

Sheppard umily lor the apprehen apprehension
sion apprehension and conviction of the slayer
was" claimed hv ib .k..i..

"o xeiici ana pension lund.

The Dolia i-linarlmAtii. v.u

should receive the reward because
oheppard was conviptaH f j

ucico uiura-jr ana sentenced to

iuv tu prison, une CuyahogaCoun CuyahogaCoun-ty
ty CuyahogaCoun-ty commissioners trustees of the

reward money, saifl they would
study the claim.-

The action ; wa4 f oV.

Cuyahoga County'prosecutor John
LOmgan Was rnnsiflnrina u,hnh-

lu c8iir exiraamon proceedings
against Donald J Wedfer, 23 ho

" a wwuiession ai ueiand,
ta.( that he had leateA Marilyn

. Corrigan awaited the presenta-

uwu ui eviuem e ny two of Shep Sheppard
pard Sheppard s defense lawyers Mo ob obtained
tained obtained the .confession t from Wed-

Jlalislicj Reveal
Brifain .'Hair 45,08

Monroe-like Figures

s LONDON-, Aug. 2 (UP) -r Her:

Majesty's Stationery Office dis

closed today that 45,000 Brltisn
women, have figures like Marilyn

Monroe's.
: i The statistics were designed to
help clothing manufacturers pro provide
vide provide better fitting clothes. .They

indicated that British women

should be anything but ashamed
of their shapes. '
- The council took the measure measurements'
ments' measurements' of 5.000 women. Statisti

cians converted the figures into
algebraic equations which turn-

ed out to equaj. a wolf-whistlingi

average.- ,

The report published by the

Kin Of Tolstoi

N Dies In Russia

MOSCOW, Aug. 2 (UP) Tha
Ministry of Culture today an announced
nounced announced the death of Sofia Andre
yevna Tolstoi, one of Leo Tolstoi's
granddaughters and widow of poet
Sergei Yeseneln. She' was 57.
t v i Af f '
- Snfia nil nrnminont nrllfnw At

both Tolstoi's and her hushand's

works and director 'of .the Tolstoi
Museum.

stationery office said that "Miss
Britain 1957" averaged- out at-33-25-37
ya from bust to nips.
' That makes her slimmer than
Venus de Milo, about two inches
bigger In the waist and hips than
Miss Monroe and considerably

more, pudgy than Olna Lollobri Lollobri-gida.
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Mexico's Tourist Facilities

Operating Normally, PAA Reports

(PA-C) Hotels, restaurants

ana other tourist facilities In

Mexico City are operating nor normally,
mally, normally, after the -earthouake of

Sunday (July 28). according to

Pan American World, Airways
; Light and wate service Is
normal, and hiehwavs throuch-

out Mexico are oD,n to t.ravot

including the road between

Mexico City and Acapulco where
landslides have been cleared to
permit travel at reduced speeds.
Air service 'to the Mexican ."
capital from Pan : American's
Latin American gateways at
Miami, Houston, New Orleans.

Los Angeles, San Francisco and

Brownsville, Texas, was i unin

terrupted by the earthquake.

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"The BARON' calypio tmgtr Don Bryant, -will b M.C.-
nd. tured linger jn.tht. Club 4:30,, Fridays, Saturdays
' and Sunday- a'ceorhpanied by the Carol Greaves V
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' tain at the Club 4:30. ; --4 4t Vt
SUNDAV BRUNQI DANCE -r; V V-'
' ; froni 11:30 a.nn to 3:30 p.m.
V featuring LOPEZ th 'MAGICIAN; held over by I Vw
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; Choice of complimentarycockUil, delicious brunch -,
.menu, and music by Lucho Azcarraga's Trio. $225. ;
WEDNESDAY VARIETY NIGHT i
4 sparlcling' acts from 10 pan. next Wednesday in tht :
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1957

.Social Qiicl
Shilllnglaw-Staplaa. N
Wadding In California -
Mr. and Mrs. Cliailcs E. Sta
'ilea of Loi Rios announced" the
mariaKe on (June 92 of .their
dauphtir. Diane Carla. to Mr
Robert James ShilUnglaw, son of
Mr. nd Mrs, J. G, Shillinglaw of
Chicaeo. 111. The Rev. Russell
Gray officiated atthe double ring
ceremony, which wa neia m a
garden cbapel to : JU Angeles,
Calif.
The bride was -given i away by
her father. She wore a floor floor-length
length floor-length white nylon prgaqzi and
Swedish lace dress .with tiny
sleeves, scoop neckline, and a
chapel train, and a Julief cap with
shoulder-length 'veil.- Her bAuquet
was a crescent of small whit ros roses
es roses accented with lily-of-the-valley
and aeed pearls. ,"
Mi Marilyn, the bride's .col:
lege j-oommate, was maid of honor.

ghe wore yellow nylon organiaboa High School, 58, and attend

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.1 Seethis versatile p-oup In lh Bella VisU Room, t -h v
. 1 suiting TOMORROW SATURDAY for'sUmyted engagement
' TWO DIFFERENT SHOWS NIGHTLY NO COYER NO MINIMUM ; ;
Sat. & San. 9 p.m. ond 12 midnight Mon. thru Thur$. 9 end 11:33 p.m.

After the show, try your tuck In the
exciting CASINO-in-the-SKY!

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Otli
a r wide
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with lace matching the bride's and
eoronet of lacy white flowers.
Miss Catherine Carlson and Miss
Diane Oihoeft. were ; bridesmaide,
in pastel pjn H- Wo 3 dref i
matching the maid of honors.
Best m" vi w Mr.'-I Charles
Schneider, and ; Mera, t JHerl
Knopei and Ted Searle ware ush
ers, xney wore noutonniers 10
match the dresses of the girls. V
.The mother of the bride? i wore
an aqua-blue chiffon gown with
matching featureds headpiece. Her
eorsager was ; a nanamaae came came-liji
liji came-liji of coral gladioli The mother
of the Broom wore a dusty rose
lace dress and matching hat. with
a eamelia corsage of white giacs.
A aoloist aang v"Because,f My
Prayer, anJ ;The Lord'aPjay.
i. The bride is a eraduate ef Bat
fc0

It was a great day when when-mother
mother when-mother discovewd HfinI
Cream of Toma Spitfl Her
family and dinner guests
were -thrilled with its rich,

creamy flavor and mother

compliments galore. Now
makes a host of delicious
of Tomato Soup and

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ed Whittier College for. one year.
During her senior year at JSainoa
she was editor f The' Parrakeet,
The eroom was graduated from
Bowen liigh School -' in Chicago
nd is currently attending North'
nop Aeronautical Jnstitute' in Los
Angeles, 4 y ru
Bwffat Dinner
For Bridal' Party " '?',"
' Mr. and Mrs. Lee Karagier en entertained
tertained entertained members -ef the bridal
party with an informal buffet dia dialer
ler dialer Thursday evening-in the Gar
des Room of the Hotel Tivoli, fol
lowing the remarsal for the wed
ding of their daughter, Nancy,
who will marry Mr, Bremer Jor Jor-$tad
$tad Jor-$tad on Aug. J. , -i
Guests present included the
Misses Barbara Eeolf. Carol New-
aard. rameii Theriot.'A" Thorn
as, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swesr-
Wgen, Mr. an Mrs. John Hall,
m, wane wnenarv Mr. t,esue
tir I ... m-l.... ..
wo, mi. iaaac TBiiyoovicil,
MUiGracv Willis ma, Rev. and
Mr. Theodore rranklui, and Mr.
and Mm, 0, B, JoriUi and aon,
Also present were Missel Shirley
Motsinger, Norm Long, Ferris,
Foster, Ferrel Foster, nd Bever Beverly
ly Beverly Murphy, who are visitina the
Karigera for the wedding. ,.
Mr. Felix Madura 1
And Sen etr ' V
Mr. Felix B. Maduro and son
Stephen returned by plane fues-
day from a pleasure .rip through
Mrs. Irwin Henereel
At Despedide twncheen I
Mrs. Arthur i. Irwin.r who fa
leaving this month for Guam, was
honored at, a despedida luncheon
on Thursday at the Fort Amador
pmceri' upen Mess by over tbirt
ty of her friends.. The tables, v set
in the patio, were' solorf ully dec decorated
orated decorated with native flowers.
; A' beautifully embroidered grass
linen tablecloth was presented to
Mrs. Irwin by the' ladies, each of
whom wrote -a 'personal' "Ote ie
small white leadther autograph
book; which .waa also presented to
me guesi oi nonor.. . .i
Mr. And Mr. Sum mar
0" Vecation .Teur
' Mr, and- Mrs.i Arthur Summar
ef Golf Heights left the Isthmus
today for Caracas, Venezuela, iirst
stop on their vacation, ,,itlnery,
puring their monjh's travels they
nan, fo- visu me cntisn west In In-ies,
ies, In-ies, Puerto Rico. Miami, and
Washington, D.fC. '
wmie riorwa the' Summers
will join their daughter Jane. wh
has been ; spending the summer
with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Summers at Lake Letui.
their ranch "in Summerfield, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. From there the 'family ; will
proceed to Washington, then back
to Panama in September,
New CAA Chief
Arlvee With Family '
jr, ana Mrs. jom v: Noltn
have arrive from Ft. Worth,. Tex
as ana ar rending A,QUSSeaif
trio (j dance octl
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Joint Congressional Group Approves
Quarter Million h For Atomic Energy

. WASHINGTON (UP )The Joinf,
Coogressunal -A t a m i o Enersy
Committee Jias p prove d a
$259,230,000 atomie program for
defense and peaee.-v
But it als hgave the adminis
(ration a double rebuff 'in taking
two steps -opposed by President
Eisenhower.-They are:,
, Authorized a 58 million dollar
program to speed production of
atomic power.; me program tea
tures a 58 million dollar gas-cooled
reactor using natural ; uranium
a type nigtuy touted by the British
pot not slated for construction by
the Atomic Energy Commission, at
(' Retained in another bill a pro provision
vision provision to require specific congres congressional
sional congressional authorization for each pack package
age package Of nuclear material Biven to
the International Atoms for Peace
Agency. t .. r
' Rep. Chet Holifield (D-Cal'.)t who
headed the subcommittee that
drafted the main bill said the ex extra
tra extra money was added to rescue the
where Mr." Nolan is the new chief
ef the Civil Aeroneautics Adminis Administration
tration Administration in the Canal Zone Mr- Nor
land was formerly chief pf over overseas
seas overseas communications for the. CAA
in Fort Worth.
'The Nolans have a son.'' John
M who graduated in Journalism
from the North Texas State Col-
lege and is now serving; with the
Armed Forces in Ft. Chaff e, Ar-
Kansas, ana a .daughter, Mrs:
George H. Younts, Jr., who re resides
sides resides in "College Station, Texas,"
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AEC's .."bankrupt" power pro
gram. ."",. , ....
AEC Chairman Lewis L. 'Strauss
promptly issued a statement veal
ling Holifield'a remark "contrary
to me tacts.-- He said wis nation
is "without- any close rival anv
where in the world" in the field.
The President Monday formally
signed the necesssry documents to
bring the stoms-for-peace regency
into being. The committee includ
ed its restriction in a separate act
outlining procedures under the
treaty. .
' One source said the proposal.
sponsored by Sen. John W. Bricker
(R-Ohio), .was approved by a ;vpte
of 10-5. State Department; sookes-
uien sam mc fesincvion was cum
bersome but the s administrate
coum uvft warn it., .,.
In acting on the program aU'
horization bill the committee bd
proved a J149.915.000 nroeram un
der which .the government joins
wiui prjvaie gryauizauons, iq UB'
velop nuclear power reactors.-
...:iu -,:.!
Committee Chairman Carl T.
Durham (D-N.C.)'said a report on
tne puwincwaing a minority re
port wouia do prepared as soon
as Dosble. Repts W. Sterling Cole
(R-N.Y4 has. announced he would
fight the additions 4o the bill-on
the floor of the House..
. In a statement issued for him himself
self himself and eight other-committee
Democrats? Durham said he was
"disturbed over the lack of a real realistic
istic realistic Small weapons program, or
any consideration of the necessity
for ultimately establishing a -stockpile
of plutonium for weapons or
peaceful purposes." '
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Zone Girl Slaters
Spend llcclic Vcck
In Washington, DC
Two Canal Zone' girls' were a

mong the vanguard of 98 youth
leaders from 48. states and the
Zone who -arrived in Washington
earljtthis week to meet -President
Eisenhower and other top govern
ment leaders as citizens of the
American Legion Auxiliary's Uth
annual uiri nation.
i They are Wendv Cotton, daugh
ter of Mr. ahd Mrs. Wendell G.
Cotton of Margarita, and Marie
Bleakley, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Bleakley of MargarJ.
ta. .- ii!i'.v-'v';:..:.y. --a
. The two delegates from Girls
S.tate, held here earlier this sum summer,
mer, summer, visited scenes of federal gov government'
ernment' government' from the White Hnu tn
Capitol HU1 and talked to the
men who make Its wheels turn.
At the University of .Maryland In
nearby College Park. th ...
their own model covemment
?ighUghts of their stay included
isit to the Supreme Court nd
the Halls of Congress to hear de debate
bate debate on the current civil rights
legislation, a pilgrimage to the
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and
a conference at the Pentagon with
Secretary or Defense Charles E.
Wilson and director of the arm armed
ed armed services.
.The girls also visited George
Washingtqn'1 home at Mt. Vernon,
made a call on the President, at at-tenl5d..
tenl5d.. at-tenl5d.. 5 CoWm "around the
world" luncheon with represents represents-tives
tives represents-tives from a dozen embassiea and
went to.an oriehtation meeting at
the Department of State,
Zone Brawnie Scouts
l"ioy Camp Pah Am.,
Leafti About Panama
Learning about another country
its customs, culture and folklore-can
be fun. And' Canal Zone
Brownie Scouts can vouch for
that. V
Last week i6 Brownies from the
Pacific aide participated -In Camp
Fan Am, a scout day camp held
at Fort Clayton and sponsored by
the Canal Zone .Girl Scout Coun
cil,, jne tneme of the camp was
Panama.
The Brownies' were qrganized in
to four units according to their
age. Each unit was named for an
Indian tribe of Panama. They were
Luna, uioco, Guyami and Sabane
ros,. i v-;..
The girls made nollera and mon-
tuna dolls drew pictures of them,
and studied the Panamanian flag.
They also traeed Panamanian In Indian
dian Indian designs j onto, plates and
scarfs and learned songs of Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. ..- ... W- A ... ... (
Included In the, week's activities
were a cookout at the Scout
campsite at Fprt Clayton; and
an appearance on CFN TV's
'.'Trader Dick" program" -by i two
Of the Scout leaders and eight
Brownies who demonstrated their
handicrafts, sang songs and danc
ed the Tamborito, a native dance,
'-" The camp concluded its summer
program with a Parents Day on
Saturday Jnorning.
' Mrs. N. B. Davison was direc
tor of Camp Pan Am: and the as-
aisiani airecior was airs. James
G. Barber.
Uni(laaders were Mrs. E. G
Hoalcraft. -Mrs. E. C. Abraham,
Mrs,, Hum uenton and' Mrs. ,Ma
rv Bnvd. C ," -.1 ... .,
Girl scout counselors were Cecil
Eggleston, .Virginia Msuldin, Mar
tha Miller, Maxine' Baggett, MU-
lie Dejernette. Marvel Davison and
Mary Anne Bowen.
The -eamo's two nurses were
Mrs. Jeanne C. Bay and Mrs. H.
Camo. Pan Am wai .'held In
building W at. fort Clayton. The
Army also provided eots. mat
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Ce'mmenr

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' 1st Raee 6th Series Imp. 7 Fs. Purse $400
; v ; FIRST -RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Rlscal B. Baeza 108 Dangerous Contender
2 JBarge Royal Hernandez 105x Early speed only
1 Greco R. Vasquez 115 Jockey sh uld help
'.Mar Bravo H. Gustines 105 Can maks ii here

& Bradomdn

Panzaretta
V7 Escorlal
Andes

Phillips 106 Usually close up

H. Ruiz 105 Distance handicaps
J. Jimenez 115 Best post position
D. Cortez 113 Would pay of

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tnd Race 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $400
i 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Hincapie A. Lorles3 lfiac Hopeless case t
' Bacana A. Credidlo 103 Ban wed in last
rS-t-Mlss Patience F. Hldal. 113 Can beat these
4Don Danl R. Vasquez 115 Ran well in return
S Money Maker C. Ruiz 113 -Could be dangerous
1 6 Clybern J. Rodriguez 115 Has strong finish
7 Matriculado A. Vasquez 114 Usually disappoints
8 Curftle B. Baeza 10 Ran aWSy last time

3rd Race "C and D"

Nat. 8 Fes.
ONE TWO

Purse $425

Tlngat A. Vasquez 116 Was neVer better
i 2 Golden Wonder H. Gus. 108 Could be runnerup
JS -Dr. BUI B. Baeza 108 Racing to best form
1 4 Ocean Star J. Gongora. 112 Would pay fat odds
J 5 Naranjazo J.' Talavera 106x Rider handicaps'
6 MarceUta F. Gatica 104 Not good enough
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s 4th Ract "Hla.H2a" Nat. 6 Fgs. Purse $375
QUINIELA
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- l Cochisa F. Gatica 102 Should be close up
j Tanganica D. Cortez 110 C-ntender all the way
J J Golden Moon C. Ruiz 118 Loves runnerup spot
-14 Frijollto G. Sanchez 108 .-Reportedly improved
J 8 El Pequefio H. Gustines 102 Good ear'y speed
' 6 Currlta R. Vasquez ,115 -Dangerous this time
f'T Bugaba S. Hernandez 109x Disappointed once more
it
"Jlth Race "Special" Imp. 6 Fgs. Purse $650
1 Silver Blue H. Gustines 102 Failure t date
. 2 Cypress Bull A. Vasquez 115 Has strongest finish
3 Prlncesa V. F. Gatica. 100 -Showing improvement
4 (Le Matelot B. Baeza 110 Last was revealing
--5 .(The Gipsy G. Sanchez 108 Fractions last time
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' 6th Race 5th Series Imp. .6 F. Purse $500
, FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
' 1 Manandoagua A. Vas. 113 .Better thav believed
- 2 After Me A. Mena 118 Usually close up
1 S Chulpa B. Baeza 108 -i-Distance should hell-

4 Dona Beatrix a. ureai. iuo vouiu ue u-cuci

5 Zumar

, e Ragazza i
7 (Lulsito
,.8t (Iguazu,

R. Vasquez 116 Weak ride last time

H. Gustines 115 .Good early speed
K. Flores 113 Better chance her
S. Carvajal 115 Could make it too

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7th Race "Special" Imp. 5 Fjs. Purse $650

7 2NP RACE OF THE DOUBLE
"IViolin Viejo A, Credidio 105 Distance suits style
2 El Agheila H. Gustines 112 Big smoke, no fire
jKaa J. Rodriguez 113 Reportedly classy
4 Louvres A. Vasquez 115 Good workouts
5 Elegido R. Vasquez 115 Trained for distance
6 Nautical Touch Baeza 103 Forever maiden
i Slngful F. Hidalgo 115 Unkown quantity
s Introduction H. Ruiz 110 Last was revealing

D. Cortez 110 Son of fenny rosi
J. Avdla 115 Has high rating

0 (Puesto

10 (Picararo

Purse $400

1 1th Race 6th Series Imp. 7 Fes.

. QUINIELA
1 Bonifacio A. Vasque? 115 Should win again
,,2Lanero J. Jimenez 105 Longshot specialist
iJoe's Fiddling G. San. 113 Poor recent race
4 Coral D. Cortez 110 Could be close up
5 Celestial Fire J. Rodri. 113 No. 1 contender
. 6 Remozada Hernandez 105 Dangerous at tim"
i7Oro Purlto H. Gustines 108 Racing to best form

8th Race 4th Series Imp.

7 Fts.
ONE TWO

Purse $600

I lBacancito J. Rodriguez 114
' 2 Posiblemente A. Vas. 118
! 3 Crews Hill H. Ruiz 105
' 4 Golden Corn J. Phillips 118
5picudo H. Gustlnes 106
Grand Finish B. Baeza 108
patan D. Cortez 113
f.Volcanico G. Cruz 114
I-(Towns Wall G. Sanchez 113
10 (Aberargie F. Hidalgo 112

Rest should help him
Should beat these
Nothing to indicate
Unbeatable at times
Consistent runnerup
Surprised in last
Good horse when right
Not against these
Returns in good .shape
Rates fair chance too

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MILWAUKEE, Aug. 2 (UP) -Fred
Sad.iy. president of the

cnampionsnip tonvnutee ol ine

iMauonai coxing Association an

nounced today that Argentine box boxer
er boxer Alex Miteff lias 'been named
by the organization the most out outstanding
standing outstanding boxer of ihe month of
July. .V. ;
Saddy made the announcement
as he was giving out the classifi:
cations of the N.ationaJ (Boxing As-

suLiauun i-r me monin oi duly. :
Miteff was, named as the num number
ber number eight neavyweight contender.
Eddie Mache" wis 1 rhe r- -:
ber one challenger and he was
f nll.. I U. .... i

Harris in thaf order, while Tom

my (Hurricane) Jackson dropped

10 mm piace as a result ol ins

trouncing at the hands of cham

pion f loydv Patterson.

"Miteff's win over Cuban fight

er Julio Mederos makes him wor

my ot a spot in the first ten m
the division.", said Saddy. He also

stated, "His powerful punching has
aroused new interest in the divi

sion."
Mederos was not includeHn the

top ten in the classifications, but

his countryman .Nino Valdes occu
pied seventh place. ,;
Two Latin Americans are lead

ers in the bantam and flyweight

divisions. Mexican Raul Macias is
the bantamweight champ and Ar-

genua o x astuji 1 clcz, JO tuaut
pion in the flyweight divisionl

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There are eight other Latin A A-mencans
mencans A-mencans m the- classifications... h
saac Logart of Cuba and jGaspar
Ortega, of Mexico are third and
fourth, in the welterweight t divi division.
sion. division. 1
Among the lightweights, -'Orlando
Zulueta of Cuba and Baby Vas Vas-auez
auez Vas-auez of Mexico are in fifth and

sixth place, respectively.

Miguel 'uerrios oi ruertoi Kico

is the number three contender in

the ilyweieht class while- Ricardo

Moreno of Mexico holds down the

number, nine spot in ;tha,. same

weight' division...;

-Toluco Lopez, German Ohm,' and

Jose 'Becerra of Mexico were piae

ed in fifth, seventh, L and .ninth

places respectively in the Dan
tamweight class. ;
Finallv. Memo Diez-'-of Mexico,

was rated number four, contender
in the flyweight division with R R-mon
mon R-mon Arias of 'Venezuela following

in the number eiKht slot.. '.-,

A rundown, on the total classi

fications in all weight divisions

follows: : :?''. W-

Heavyweights: Champion. Floyd

Patterson, New York Eddie Ma

phpn. Califs Zora. Folley, Amo

na, Roy .H". ris. lexas, Tommy

Jackson. N.Y.: .Willie Pastrano,

New Orleans: Ingemar Johans

By BEANS REARDON
' '

ottfstioN: With runners on

fit-it and third bases andUwo'out

the batter hits a home run. ine

man on third base crosses me

plate. So does the man1, on iirsi
base, but he fails to touch second.

An appeal is maoe, ana me man
from first base is declared forced

at second. What, gives Y uamon
MitcheU. ;;
Answrr: No, runs score because

the side was retired when the run runner
ner runner from first base was forced

at second,
q. The runner starts to steal
home. The batter stays in the box,
takes a cvt at the pitch. Thexatch Thexatch-er,
er, Thexatch-er, trying to get ready for a tflay,
is hit by the bat. He is dazed
and the ball goes past him. Is

the batter atJault? Marvin Gor Gordon.
don. Gordon. i -, i h ',
t A. Np, but the catcher is-. It is
interference on his part and the
run scores on what is technically
called balk by the pitchef fThe
batter takes first on the catcher's
interference. .
- Q. In softbsll, whaV happens" to
baserunners when an improper
batter hits, safely.' Wayne Grif Griffith.
fith. Griffith. '!-.!
A. If the mistake is corrected
by calling the proper batter out,
th baserunners must return to;
the bases they occupied orginally.
LOS ANGELES (UP) Heavy Heavy-iffht
iffht Heavy-iffht Howard Kins of Reno,

Nev.,' has been, named to ;substi-1

tute for ex professional iooioau

star Charlie Poweu tor-nis scnea

uled 10-round bout here-Thursday
nicht with Bob Albright of San

Fernando. Calif.. Powell has With

drawn because of the -effects of

- i I 1. ...

a recew viru

son,, Sweden ; Nino Valdez, Cuba

Alex Miteff.- AFBentma.- Bob Sat

terfield,- Illinois; Pat McMurtry,
Wash, ', k

Light-Heavyweiglits: Champion

arcnie woore, (jam. Harold John

son,, yean.; Tony Anthony, N.Y,

Yvon Durielie. Canada; Chuck

bpieser, Mich.t Wilue Hoennpr.

jeimany; xoianqe rompey, U

W.l. ; Artecio Calzayara, Italy

Gerhard Hecht. Germany; t Clar

ence Hinnant, W.D.C.; William

bnoek, HoUand.; -.

JWiddleweights-, Champion, Ray

noQinson, (jene uiimer, U U-tah?
tah? U-tah? Charles Huraez; France: Joe

uiaraeiio, r enn.t Joey Giambra

N.Y-; Rory .Calhoun. N.Y.; Spider
Webb, 111.-, Ralph "Tiger'' Jones,

mx.; unanes japfh, Louisiana;
Gus Scholz, ;Gerany;' Bobby

Welterweights r Champion. Car

men Basilio, N Y.. Tony DeMar-

co, Mass-i Isaac Loeart. Cuba:

Gaspai Ortega;. Mexico; VirgiJ A-

Kins, mo.: jonnnv saxton: N.Y.:

waner nyars, Mass. Larry Bak
er.. N.Y;.:- Charles "Tombstone"

Smith, Calif.: ySusar Hart, Penn.

Lightweights: i. Champion, Joe

Brown. Louisiana. Kennvt Lane.

Mich.; DuilioiL'i. Italy; 'Ralph
Dupas, Lbusiana: Cisco Andrade.

uamv; Anmao zuiueta, cuba:Ba

Dy vasquez, Aiexico; wuue Tow Tow-eel.
eel. Tow-eel. South Africii'' Paolo Rosi. I-

taiy; vonnny. uusso,, N.Y.; Joe

Lopes, Calif, ). .1

t Featherweights: uiamoion. Ho-

gan Kid Basscv, Niaeria. Cherif

Hamia France. Miguel Berrios,
Puerto Rico: Ike Chestnut N Y

Carmelo Costa' N.Y. ; Flash Elot Elot-de,
de, Elot-de, Philippines; Davey Moor, O O-hio;
hio; O-hio; JeaiUSneyers, France: Jose
Cotero,. Calif.. Ricardo Moreno.

Mexico; Harold, womez, Rhode Is-

iana.f .. -"

Raul Macias, Mexico. Alphonse Ha-

umi, f rance: Mario D ASato. ILa

ly; : Leo Espinosa; -Philippines,

wommy ursua, rnuippines; Tolu Toluco
co Toluco Lopez, Mexico; Billy Peacock,

' Calif.; German; Ohm, Mexico;'

jua Asuncion, rninppines; Joe Be
cerra, Mexico Jimmy Carson, Ireland.

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SO-, IT'S' HOT As Miss

America. Marian. McKnight is
compelled to have chaperone

on all occasions. So. the cla

mour eat rides on the shoulders

of Dick Pope, Jr, at Cypress

hardens, t:i:l with Pet O'NeiU

making it a ski-some threesome

ju.st for the frothy foam of it.

T

Flyweights: Chatitiioni Pascual

Perez,, Argentina. Young Martin.

Spaing Nitcshi Misako, Japan; A A-ristide
ristide A-ristide pozzoli,; Italy; Memo Diez,
Mexicdfv Robert PoUazon, France;
Dai Dower,. England: Pone King-

petch, Thailand: R; mon Arais, Ve Venezuela:
nezuela: Venezuela: Masaji Iwamoto, Japan;'
Danny Kind, Philippines.

Brown ; Sticks

HIRAM, 0. (NEA)-Paul Brown.

who started the Cleveland Browns
by signing half of his .Ohio State

tootbau team,' stall .sticks to play

ers f rqm this state as much as

possible. ; ;t -v:,., .'.

The Browns had 61 on the roster
for the, first practice session at

Hiram College, and j 14? of them
were Ohio prjoducts. -.
The veteran Lou Gr6za,- 6-3,
pound- tacjtle; and place-kicker, is
the only one left ;who played for
Coach Brown as a collegian This
is Groza's 12th year in the professional-ranks.:,':'.
tv- "''X;;,'!;''.-v

Bacancito, Town's Wall,
Grand Finish And Picudo

Are Dangerous Con tenders

i Posiblemente, second and third in classic races
behind the brilliant Santurron his last two times out.

looms an even money favorite to-cod tomorrow's sev-

en-f urlong $600 main event for fourth series import
ed horses at the President Remon racetrack.

Gustines will do the booting aboard
the apparently weak-hearted Piou--do.
Crews 'Hill and Volcanico com-
plete the group of ten entries.
Crews Hill will have Hector Ruii
in the saddle while Gilberto Cru
has. been assigned the mount on
Volcanico. 1
Eight other prospective thrill thrillers
ers thrillers are included on an attractive
program, '

The expensive Chilean colt: will

also have the advantage of an im improvement
provement improvement in riders. Alfredo Vas Vasquez
quez Vasquez figures to be much more ef effective
fective effective than the veteran Cristian
Rebolledo. who, until he recently
departed for his native .Chile, had
been Posiblemente's : regular jock jockey.
ey. jockey. V v
Former topnotcter Town's Wall,
highly rated Patari and the promis promising
ing promising Baxajcito are others also re returning
turning returning to action following a rest

period. 'iv-'-;;. : rfV. ",t:

ffown's Wall, once -'undoubtedly

one jf the best homes in training

nere, was laid up because oi weak

underpinnings He has been work

ing well over a lenthy period, how

ever, and figures to a 'dangerous

factor in his; return. Hustling Gui- J

uermo bancnez ; should j aid his

chances.. ::". V -i- V-:..'-::'

Aberargie. a winner with San

chez aboard his last time out, will)

go in an entry with Town s Wan.

The weak-armed ortunato .Hidal

go Jr; has the leg up on the Cua-

dra Mexico s oiack horse.

Bacancito will bo ridden by cag

ey Julio Kodriguez, uougias cor

tez will have the leg up on rat an
and Grand Finish, an upset winner

last week, will again be ridden by

orauuo jsaeza. i ..:,j,,,, -:

Golden Corn;' II and Picudo.

which havii been performing cred

itably 4n their most recent outings,

figure to oe in tne wick oi wines
. IlLllli ... 1 "Til

too.-oorge rnuiips as ususai, wm

guide Golden corn li while steaa-

fly improving Heliodoro Paplto"

Showing at Youl Service

Center Theaters "Tonight

BALBOA 4:30 t 6:10 7:50
"THE BLACK WHIP"

DIABLO HTS 7:00
"Tension At 'Table Rock"

Late show 10:30 p.m.

"Phantom of the RneJWorgue"!

GAWBOA'ttOO-V'fSU-'

"HIDDEN GUNS" and
"JAGUAR" K.:-:-

GATUN im -r 7,:

Ten Thousand Bedrooms"

MARGARITA 6:15 7:55
"CANYON RIVER"

Late show 10:30 p.m.

CRISTOBAL 7:00

"Charge At Feather River"

PARATSO 6:15 $:35

"Man Who Knew Too Much"

BALTIMORE (UP) Apparent

ly professional football or the

training pnase or it isn't an tnati
it's cracked up to be.' Rookies Ted

Schwahger and Terry Sweeney of
Tennessee Wednesday quit t h el

Baltimore Colts training camp.

making- it four rookie Colts who

have left the game in two days.

Halfbacks Joe -Guido- and John Lee

quit the squad on Tuesday.

ILA BOCA 7:00

"HUK!" and

"HOT ; CARS"

SANTA CRUZ 6:15 7:45
"FORBIDDEN" and

"RAILS INTO LARAMIE''

CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:10
I'etween Heaven and HeU'l

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Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

T 1 Escorial
i rU 2 Clybern
Tinrat
;4 Frijoiita
! 1 5 Cypress Boll
; Zumar
t 7 Introduction
'gBonifaci
Posiblemente

Mar Bravo

Don Dani
Golden Wonder

Golden Meon
Le Matelot (e
Ragasta
Elegido
Celestial Fire

Bacancito

Sports Briefs
NEW YORK (UP) New York
Yankee coach Jim Turner, felled

by a batted ball in practice last

week, is still suffering from
"headaches."

;CFN To Broadcast
"Yankees-Indians
: Game Tonight
IT CFN h ltrd its radio
, Woadcast schaduU that they
cm include lh night gnh bm
V'tweon H Cleveland Indian and
th Nw York YankMs tenight
-. at T:0i p.m.

OLEAN, N.Y. (UP) Halfback
Art Davis, the Pittsburgh Steel Steel-ers'
ers' Steel-ers' No. 1 National Football
League draft last year, may be
lost 4o-the team tot the entire
1957 season.' Davis wrote Steele ri

officials telling them be hat been
advised a year of rest to strength strengthen
en strengthen an injured knee.

" MIAMI BEACH: Kid Gavilan,
'153, Cuba, outpointed Caspar Or Or-:
: Or-: tega, 146H, Mexico (10).

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Stan The Man Moves Past
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Ty Cobb In Extra Base Hits
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NEW YORK, Aug. 2 (UP)r-Stan Musial passed
Ty Cobb' today and the St. Louis Cardinals entered
into the spirit of the occasion by passing Milwaukee
to take over the National League lead for the first

lime since July 17.

I All this passing was accomplish accomplish-!
! accomplish-! ed when the Cardinals defeated
f the Giants, 8-0, last night to take

over first place oy two ptuceuMbc
sm.JimM'. thn.irlle. iiraves..
' The; 36-year-old Musial supplied
most i)t tne impetus wim -feet
night at the plate ,tna m m-)
) m-) oii. a twn.riin homers
ciuucu a f"" i
and two singles. 1 J
k -Thrf nun Dassed Cob!) with
, his seconikhomer of the game in
the sixth inning. me Piow, i
! iirnr nf the season, was the h
140 extra base hit ot his career
and put him. in third place ahead
.!." !... n ihil llfl.
oi ane, ueurgm cvt
?OnlnB.W liuth, with T,35
Um baia hits,, and Loo Gehrig,
with MM, are ahead pf Musial.
He undoubtedly : will pass Ceh Ceh-1
1 Ceh-1 rig before he Is' through and he
has an outsida han?e of catch catching
ing catching the Babe. 1
, Sam Jones took care of the
pitchiog end by winning bis ninth
Wme tot the Cards, who won their
aixth straight, when he limited the
Giants, to, six hits ly registering
bis ninth victory. :;(
In the Other National League
games scheduled Cincinnati nipped
Philadelphia, 4-3, and Brooklyn
mauled Chicago, 12-3.
Detroit defeated Boston, 7
Wiahinfftnn beat tne wnue
Sox, 5-4, in the only two American
Tpsffim games scheduled.
The Redlegs wons their game
from the Phillies with a threeun
rally in! the. eighth inning. Ed. Bai Bailey'
ley' Bailey' capped the rally with a sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice fly that brought, in. Wally
Post from third base with .the wm-
ning run. 1 ':i 'i'
Until the eighth, southpaw Court
Simmons had a' 3-1 lead, built witn
th hpin nf homers bv Stan Lopa
ta and Rip Repulskt" Johnny Kljpp-
tein:was the winner i reuei m
Brooks-. Lawrence, J.;
, Oil Hodges of the Dodgers set,
a National League record with

U eareef as BrooKiyn rappea our
II -hits and took advantage of

lj.Xub errors. Hodges":, grana
elem wallop pff, Dick Uttlefield
enabled him, to pass Rogers
Herniby and Ralph Kiner, who
held the previous record of 12
grand slam homers.
Saiidy Koufax1 checked the Cubs
on four hits While striking out 11.
Ernie Banks' '.three-run iiomer in
the fourth accounted for al Chi Chicago's
cago's Chicago's runs. y
The Tigers had to call on Frank
Lary to steent a s tout-run,' ninth
Inning rally, after Kranlc Malzoae
belted a three-run homer off Duke
Maas. Harry Byrd relieved Mas
and yielded two more singles .but
then Lary took over and, got Norm
Zauchin to hit into a double play,
after which he struck out Ted Lep Lep-cio
cio Lep-cio for the. final out." ;tirr

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Detroit scored three runs in
the top of the ninth off Rudy
Minarclh on a pair of singlet and
doubles by Ray Boone and Frank
House. Boston starter mini
Fernieles was the loser.
The Senators spotted the White
Sox- an early four-run lead ana
then came back to. win at the ex-
Dense ot rookie But iischer.
L,arry Doby put. the White, Sox
anead witn a rana siam oomer
in the fourth inning. Later, Roy
Sieyers slammed his 28tn rounu
tripper and the Nats went head
on i double by Art bchult, a sacn
fice. and: Milt Boiling's single. ':
; Southpaw Chuck btobbs w a s
credited with his fifth victory, uuld
ang. the .White Sox to four OitS m
eighth innings before yielding ,to
iiu Clevenger, wno gave up anoth another
er another .hit -.in the ninth
The loss dropped the ; second second-place
place second-place White Sox four games be
hind the pace-setting Yankee...
Thumper Says
'Who Cares?'
On Bat Title
BOSTON Aug. Z (UP) Ted
Williams, the-rbest bet to win an another
other another American League batting
cnampioiisniD said toaay it doesn't
make any difference to him if he
wins or not.
; ? "I'll be happy if t am the lead leading
ing leading batter,' but if I don't make it,
the h with it," said the Bdston
Red Sox slugger.
don't' ?ive a damn' either
way," he added with typical can
dor. t, ,i
Williams, who reaches the Jack
Benny age of 39 later this month,
appeared on the surface at Jleast
to be satisfied that he had sur
passed. Joa pre-seasoo. goaL.. nd
was n tne verge, of eclipsing an another.
other. another. He said last f ebruary he
would be "darn happy and very
satisfied" if he hit about 25 hom homers
ers homers and played in 100 games: i
Today, with 29 homers and 93
games played, he said he did not
have any projected goalstfor the
rest of the year.' 7 r
WI have been feeling great and
I'm probably lucky tha.t I have
played as much as I have so far."
Despite-.Ted's' declaration, of in indifference
difference indifference thera are 'not many
Eersona close- to baseball- per per-aps
aps per-aps included Williams himself-f
who believe that the Red Sox star
is not only interested in. grabbing
his fifth league batting title but
the Triple Crown as well.
- : :a : like a

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nAajor League

LEADING BATTERS w -i,
(Based on 250 efficial a tbats) Y
' Nation!- Lgu-
' i ) .
P andC,: ?, jV G AB ifc'K Ret.
Aaron, Mil. ,08 404 77 137, ,339
Musihl, St.. Louis 99 S87 63 130 ,336
Groat' Pitts.- J5 305 35 101 .331
Mays. NtY. 100 375 7a 120 .320
Schoendiensl Mil 88 421? 55 134 .318
Fondv. Pitt.' ..' 87 344 42 109 ;317
nooinson, vinci. vo: aw ni a -oia
Thomas, Pitt. -. 1U0 405 49 123 .304
. T 1 a A AAA MM AM 1 M A
Moryn, Chicago 9S 352 48 107 1. 304
Hodges, BJcn. c 8670 55 112.303
' American League V ,'
Williitms, Boston -93S12 73 119 .381
Mantle,' Y. "' 329 94 118 .359
Woodling, qieve. 83.51. 47 84 .335
Boyd,, Bait 95 '314 52' 103 .328
Skowron, 'N.Yi S7 323 i& 105 ,325
Fox, Chicago J00 389 63 125 .321
Minoso, Chicago 99. 36958 114 ,309
Wertz, Cleve. 97 338 54 104 ".308
Malzortcy Boston 99 407 45 125 .307
McDoUgald. N.Y. 90 344 64 108 ,307
HOME RUNS..
National League
'3
:, t
Aaron, Braves
Snider,, Dodgers.
Musial Cards
Growe, Redlegs
Banks, Cub
,30
26
24
23
24
, American League
Williams, Red Sk
Mantle, Yankees
Sievers, Senators
Maxwell, -Tigers -Colavito,
Indians
29
28
28
19
19
PITCHING
(Based on
. W L Pel
1ft
decisions)
Schmidt. Cards 9 1 .900
Sanford. Phils 14 3' .824
Bunning, Tigers 13 3 .813
Donovan, White Sox 11 3 .786
Grim.. Yanks 10 3 .769
Baseball Broadcast
Schedule AIC.F.II.
For Aug 2u
,, CFN has announced the follow following
ing following major league baseball broad
cast scneauie tor tne penoa auk
2 through Aug. 11 Any changes in
the broadcast scneauie wui oe an announced
nounced announced over Panorama a c h
nighf at 6:45. 4
Aug. 3: Chicago vs Boston Red
Sox at 1:00 p.m. .' '
. Au(r."4r Brooklyn vs 'Milwaukee
at 1:30 p.m,
- Aug. 5 1 Indians vs Yankees at
1:00 p.m. . .
, Aug, 6: .o g me. v r,
Aug. 7:' Washington, vs, Tankees
at 1:00 p.i. ,;
Aug." 8: Redlegs vs Milwaukee
t 1:30' n.m. -'
Aug: 9: Detroit vs Chicago
1:30 p.m. J
Aug.- 10: Phillies vs Giants
av
at
1:00 p.m. v
Aug. 11 : xanxees. vs maiumore
at 1:00 p.m. ; .
' Aug. : 2 Nighf game Indians
vs Yankees at 7:00 p.m.:
cigarette shcuHl

Casa fed
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First Round To End Sunday

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
iam
St.' Louis
Milwaukee.
Bruuklyn
Cincinnati
Philad phia
New York
Pittsburgh
Chicago ..
W
L
Pet.
CB
59.
60
58
56
56
43'
,36
, 33
40
41
42
44
45
58
35
66
.596
.594
.580
.560
.554
.426
.6
,333
IV.
3V
4
17
24
26.
Today's Games
Pittsburg! at Chicago
.New York at Cincinnati (N)
Bk. li, at Milwaukee (N)
Philadelphia at St.. Louis (N)
Yesterday's' Ritsults
Brooklyn r" 052 100--12 :8 0
Chicago 000 300 000 3 4 6
Koufax (5-2) and: Campenella.
Chicago: Pohc.lsky ,(l-7), Andej-
s.. utueoew, ,own ; na fseeman.
(Nigh Game)
Philadelphia 020 010 0003. 6 0
Cincinnati 00' 000 03x 4 8 1
Simmons 10 7y, Hacker, More More-head
head More-head and Lopata. ..
Lawerence, Klippstein (5 10),
Acker and Bailey.
(NighTGamj) '
New York a 000 000 000 O 6 0
St. Louis 000 301 22x 8 16 1
Antonelll U0-11), Miller, Consta Constable,
ble, Constable, Monzant and Westrunv, Katt.
Jones (9-4) and H. Smith.
Only game scheduled.

HOOF BEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

. Five Imported horses and a
native thoroughbred are ached
uied to make their debut over
the weekend. The Imported anl
mals are Singful, Louvre, Elegi
ao, ncararo ana Kaa. : Tne na
uve is Royal Sweet.
Slnef ui Is ya four-vear-old
brown colt from Argentina' He
is owned by Jose M. Qulntero Jr.
and trained by-Jose Mr Qulnte
ro. Thii pe?dy newepmer ,1a by
Louvre Is a Chilean bred bav
offspring; of Hajduk-BourgOfme.
A four-year-old. he is owned by
uaonei ussa vicuna and trained
by Salvador Jimenez.
Elegido is the property of the;
ouh isGivnaies ana is dcmis;;
trainea oy euiogio Benedito.
He is a five-year-old cbestnut
on of Tropewm-EIecta.
Plcararo. a four year old
chestnut eon of Blgua-pemba, is
another Argentine 1 racer. He
owned by the Stud Troya and
trained by Ernesto Paris.
Kaa. a three-year-old bay fll-
ir, is owned by the stud 32 and
trained by Miguel Mas. She Is an
Argentine bred daughter of Mai
de OJo-Katherine.
c These newcomers are all sched
uled starters in tomorrow's sev
enth race. Kaa and Elegldo have
turned in the most impressive
workouts. Kaa, which will be
ridden by Julio Rodriguez, turn turned
ed turned five furlongs in 12, 24, 36, 49
and 1:03,- Elegldo stepped four
furlongs in 12 1-9. 24 2-5, 37 and
50. Ruben "Caliche" Vasquez
win have the leg up on Elegldo.
The native Royal Sweet, i
brown daughter of Royal Coup-
Sweet. Corn,i will bow into the
local racing- picture in the third
race on Sunday. This two-year
old filly has not been too im impressive
pressive impressive In her workouts.
According to a report by a
reliable source, the Endara
brothers have purchased the
brilliant Chilean horse Jalis Jalisco.
co. Jalisco. The classy router, one of
the best horses in his native
Chile, recently finished third
in an important classic event.
Jalisco 'will race under the col
ors Of the Stud Miura and is ex
pected to arrive on the Isthmus
late ihU month.
Three natives are scheduled
to arrive todav from the Haras
San Jose In ChlriquL- 'One of
them is a two-year-old filly by
Count Curley out of Anglla. This
filly is for sale. Interested par
ties may contact Dero reman
des at the President Remon
racetrack.
Royal Stream, a son of the
treat sire Royal Charger. 'Was
scheduled to be sh'.poed to Chile
today. His owners, the Stud Rio
Cascades, will receive a Chilean
thoroughbred in exchange. Roy
al Stream will be used for breed breed-tag
tag breed-tag purposes.
. ooo
' The Stud Gloria Stella this
week bought the maiden
American mare Miss Patience. V
The chestnut racer's pew!
trainer is. Aliens Salinas. :
Jose Antonio Pause informed
the-track manager that he is
planning to ship another group
of Argentine horses to Panama
in the near future. Pause's local
partner, Ernesto Paris, is ex
pected to leave late this month
or-early next month for Argen

Golf Tournament
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams
W
L
Pet.
GB
New York
Chicago -Boston
Cleveland
Detroit
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington
65
61
54
50-
50
46,
3-
36
31
3
46
49
49
53
63
66
.657
.616
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.505 15
.505
15
19
29
.465
.364
.353
30V.
Today's Games
; Cleveland at New York (N)
Chicago at Boston (N)
Detroit at Washington (N)
. Kansas City at -Baltimore
Yesterday's Results (,
Chicago ; 000 400 000--4 5 6
Washington 000 in 00x 5 7, 1
i Harshman, Fischer (4-5), Staley
and LoUar: BcttcyY
Stobbs (5-4), Cle .nger and Fitz-:
geraia.
Detroit
Boston
: Maas
House.
Boston
110 002 003-4-7 it 2
000 001 004 5 14 3
(8-7),
Byrd, Lary and
Fornieles (5-10), Minar
bin and White, Daley.
Only games. scheduled.
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The first round of the Casa Feo-

u Golf Tournament, presently un
derway at the Brazos Brook Coun
try Club, must be completed by
this coming Sunday night. :
: The. draw is as follows:
, V; First Flight ...
Galmdo vs bye.
, French vs, Boslic
t Compton vs. bye c
Morland vs, Prier
Lewis vs.. Humphries
Meisinger vs. Huldtquist
Gump vs. Raymond
Richmond vs. bye '
I Second Flight
Noonan vs, Toledano
i Maduro vs. Euncan
, Selman vs. Meenan
Brown, vs. Bell
. McGilberry vs. Greene
Dockery vs. Wainio
Bucoio vs. Nordstrom
; Stats vs. Roth
' Third Flight
" Alberga vs. Leigh
' Gorin vs. Tony Raymond
i Nelson vs. Manning
Wright vs. Magazin
! Daughtery vs. Francey
Estenoz vs. Ferro
McAllister vs.: wilder
Heyd vs, Gesink.
By JIMMY DEMARET
Written for NEA Service
THERE are major flaws many
golfers seem to have in playing
uphill lies.
; The minute these players- ad
dress tht nail and find the left
foot is higher than the right, they
start by underclubmng even
thongh' this type "of lie piitsVthe
ball in the air cob much and sel seldom,
dom, seldom, gives you any roll when it
Thes"e goltef $. bvergwing.
Playing an; uphill lie, the big
thina is td address "thr ball more
off the left foot and use a club
that will give' you more distance
than if you were playing tne snot
on, level ground. -w ; ;
; Have most of the weight en the
right foot depending on, how much
uoliill the lie hanpens to be.
Going inter; ;the, backswing, vtry
to keep some weignt on tne leu
foot and tha head steady. Take a
three-ouarter, -backswing. Hit the
ball and follow througn.
You can't help but fall back on
the right foot and away from the
hole after the baL is well on its
way.
NEW YORK (UPJ Yogi Berra's
third inning homer against the
Kansas City i Athletics Tuesday
was the New York Yankees' 100th
of the season, and it marked the
34th year they have totaled at
least 100 homers.

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leadiiig league-leadiiig Fort Clayton Cavaliers in increase
crease increase their lead over idle Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook by blasting th: Army Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Bushmasters 'J3 54 at Clayton's
Reeder gym. The Fori Kobbe Reg Regulars
ulars Regulars gained a stronger hold on
third place by trampling the Fort
Amador Troopers 85-44 at Kobbe.
Trailing 18-17 at the end of the
opening period, the Clayton five
fired in. 30 points in the second
stanza and continued tcKpour it on
in the second half to Walk away
from the Bushmaster five.
The Cavaliers has a- balanced
scoring attack viln five men hit hitting
ting hitting double figures. Forward Vera
Clemons was nigh with 19.
Army Atlantic had four men in
double figures with center John
Foster leading the altck with 16.
At Fort Kobbe the Regulars roll rolled
ed rolled to a 53-15 halftime lead ena enabling
bling enabling them to coast to an easy
95-44 win.
Guards Ron Massier and Tom

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'this space is tor sale i
for information telephone 2-0740
w THIS SPACE IS FOR, SALE V
.FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740

Houses
' FOR RENT: hlw ehilef: fhr
r bedrooms, living-dining room,
maid" room, porch and garage.
5 '& Furnished or unfurnished. Corner
' Patao Cineuantanario and 7th
" Av., Coco del Mar (San Fran-
Cisco). Phone 3-3005.
. IrV
F0R RENT: Chalet in Bella
' Vista: 3 bedrooms, hot water,
:,tc. Phono 3-1771 office hours.
; 'FOR RENT: Brand new chalet.
"Loma Alegre." 2 bedrooms, liv-Jng-dining
room, porch, hot wa-
(Kter installation. Call 2-2648.
2-2671.
FOR RENT: -A beautiful 2-bed-
,. room chalet recently painted, am am-.
. am-. pie porch, servant's quarters, ga garage
rage garage and laundry. First Street,
Aterejil No. 19. Call telephone
If 2-3206.
Resorts
"AGAIN reservation available at
-Shrapnel's, Santa Clara Beach.
"Phone Thompson, Balboa 1772.
rPHILLIPS Oceenside Cottage
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pan.
',mi, R. d P.. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
Beach House. Phone Balboa
2830, nine to twelve noon, Mon Mon-day
day Mon-day through Friday.
Ii
Rooms
'FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-Khlsnedf
Khlsnedf fur-Khlsnedf housekeeping room, dou dou-tl
tl dou-tl couch, refrigerator, stove,
"private bath and entrance, gov government
ernment government inspected, near Hotel El
Panama. Phone 3-0638.
artillery Unit Up
Full Strength
titer Hew Arrivals
i
5rhe arrival of approximately 80

y Misted men and one officer dur-
t the past week at the 61st Field
. rtilkry Battery Fort K o b b e
ttiught the newly activated ynit
- a to its full strength, of 142 elisted
fr'n.ana four officers. i
' 'fl'he 61st, first field artillery unit
iV ifthe Canal Zone since the 504th
ji Battalion was inactivated here
4 fpril 10, 1956, will be used primari primari-i;to
i;to primari-i;to support the 20M Infan'ry in
, training program and to sup sup-.
. sup-. bft the training program of the
ftARCARIB School at Fort Gu-
'" he newest of the officers to be
", signed to the battery is 1st Lt.
; filter C. Gwinn. Gwinn will lake
- per as the battery's assistant exe exe-i&ive
i&ive exe-i&ive officer.
jCapt. Claude W. Cooper, former -f
of the G-3 Section, Headquarters
' fSARCARB, is commanding o?1
er of the battery and 1st Lt.
' falph F. James, transferred from
parry Heights, is the executive
fticer.
' -econd Lt. John E. Porter, the
. hit's reconnaisance survey of-
er was transferred from Bat Bat-,
, Bat-, jfy k of the 903d AAA Battalion
fTFort Clayton.
;JtTie 61st will be a fully equip-
(4 unit of six 105 howitzers.

American Society
Hits 40,000 Mark;
J
The American Society cf Civil
ingineers, oldest national organi organi-Btion
Btion organi-Btion of engineers in the United
pates, has just passed the 40,000
park in membership it has oeen
fUiounced by William H. Wisely.
rtecutive secretary, at its New
ork headquarters.
. The Panama Section was orga orga-ized
ized orga-ized in 1931,
(The society has 75 regional Sec
ons, and 63 Branches. Members
re located io 101 countries be be-lde
lde be-lde the Uniteo States. There al
to ate 10,000 prospective civil en
Ineers in strident chapters in 135
rgineenng institutions in this
iountry. Membership ia the socie socie-y
y socie-y is available oly to engineers
gia lined by experience and traia
.ASCE came into being Nov: S,
852, at a meeting in New Yort
Jiiy of twelve civilian engineers.
I was a time when the country
- fas expanding and an increasing
hare of its ievelopment wa in
Iff hands of civilian engineers in
pntrast to preceding decades
then engineering was virtually
ilitary enterprise
; At early as 1828 the British la-
. (ituuoa of Civil Engineer bad
fr-en established, stimulated bv
I bn Smealoo, of London, first to
Ii oounce binu-clf as a civilian,
t civil engineer Similar organi organi-fetioa
fetioa organi-fetioa efforts in the United Stairs
f!83S and subsequent years were
tile desrita stuioy efforts at
reelings in Augusta. Ca.. Ealii Ealii-fnre
fnre Ealii-fnre anal Philadelphia.
It wis not until the 1852 meet;
lz in New fork that the dca;
tally look tioid. But it was
f;;Je root. James Laurie, first
fsidcnr, and bis associates, were
able to tir th interest they
f J her :-J im at '. V
t r ol fiifcourrjcment, the

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modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bedroom
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fine residential dictrict, Riviera
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during office hours.
FOR RENT: Beautiful modern
furnished 2-bedroom apartment,
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37-48.
FOR RENT: Army inspected
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mation information call Panama 3-4641.'
FOR RENT: A three-bedroom
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For further details call Panama
3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N., S.A., or apply to the
apartment. No. 1, Ave. Eusebio
A. Morales No. 4, El Cangrejo.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartments,
ments, apartments, screened", military inspect inspected,
ed, inspected, one and two bedrooms. Call
Panama 2-3065.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, kitch kitchen
en kitchen and bath. Hot and cold water
connection. Recently built mod modern
ern modern house in front of Urraca Park
in Bella Vista. Information: Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 2-1958.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished
apartment on Via Porras No.
120, beside Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commissary. For
information phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Large modern 2 2-bedroom
bedroom 2-bedroom apartment, 100 yards
from Hotel Panama, Foto El Hal Hal-con.
con. Hal-con. Phone 3-1 179, office hours.
FOR RENT: One-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, completely
screened, in quiet neighborhood.
Reasonable price. 46-47 2nd
Ave. (formerly 48th Street),
Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living and dining room,
porch hot water, maid's room,
garage. Bella Vista, Colombia St.
No. 44-17. Inquire same build building.
ing. building. French Closes
To Be Held Soon
At JWB Balboa
' A French convention group
will begin soon at the USO JWB
Armed Forces Service Center in
Balboa.
The first meeting will be held
Monday, at 7:30 p.m., and class classes
es classes will be held every Monday
thereafter.
The group will be led by Pvt.
Claries Hog-in. of Hqs. Jungle
Warfare Traini-ig Center, Kogan
is proficient in the French having
lived in France before attending
college in the United States.
of Civil Engineers
Local Members 66
ciety lapsed into a twelve year
dormancy.
But in 1867 it sprang to life. By
that time the country's swift pace
ot develoi ment, paiticularly with
the Civil War ovtr and the in increasing
creasing increasing activities of civil engi engineers
neers engineers n?d brough. the profession
to a realization of the need o' an
alert and forward moving orga organization.
nization. organization. This timj the roots went
deep and the tree prospered.
As the yesrs went on the
branches of the profession set up
their own nraranizalinna. The ar.
chitect already had done so be-
mechanical, electric chemical and
other branches developed their na national
tional national organizations. Today there
are some 130 engineering societies
in the United States representative
of all phases of the profession.
The names of the 14 ASCE i
Thecnical Divisions I n d i c at e
tne scope and variety oi ts mem
bers activities Air Transport,
City Planning Construction, En
g in e ring Mechanics, Highway.
Hydraulics. Irrigation and Dram
age. Pipeline, Power. Sanitary En Engineering,
gineering, Engineering, Soil Mechanics and
Foundation. Structural. Surveying
id Maopiof. and Waterways and
Harbors.
ctit engineering it the basic
branch of engineering. The civil
engineer bas beeu defined one
who converts the resource of Na Nature
ture Nature for the ,e ard eoavecience
f mankind.
The rjnama Set. ion was orga-
niied lc Msy 1931 toy 34 charter
menberr; it no na 66.
Charter members ftill affiliated
mm Jie i'a?.mi &ecig art:
LeopOrfio Aronmeca, Henrique A A-tzv
tzv A-tzv C C. Bu ":w E. M. 5rw 5rw-Hcr,
Hcr, 5rw-Hcr, It Tonus Cuardiz. ma-Hiel
Jjoiu, Jr a. A. Mitla; and T.

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. Y7". :? 1 MORRISON 4h of July Ave. 4 J 8L LEWIS
fyBMALIAX164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fe. de

N-"?K:f.l!r-H?. BlrMt No- 63 FARMACIA EL BATURBO Tatqua Leievre

me neiii vuia ineaire.
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1956 Dodge Hard Hardtop
top Hardtop Coronet. Phone Navy 3231.
FOR SALE: 1957 Opel automo automobile,
bile, automobile, two. doors, 3 months use,
2000 miles, $1400. Telephone
3-3291, 3-2622.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford Cu Cu-tomline.
tomline. Cu-tomline. 6-cyl., radio, new bat battery,
tery, battery, good rubber. Can be fi financed.
nanced. financed. Phone Balboa 1464.
FOR SALE: 1957 Station Wag Wagon
on Wagon Country Club Ford, 4 doors,
20 days use, 1000 miles $3400.
Telephone 3-3291, 3-2622.
FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge, top
shape. Must sell this week. Any
reasonable offer accepted. 5341 5341-D,
D, 5341-D, Davis Street, Diablo. Phone
Balboa 2-1802.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
Station Wagon, 6 cylinder, 6 6-passenKcr.
passenKcr. 6-passenKcr. Cartop carrier and ex extras,
tras, extras, $1300. Phone 3-2387.
8102-B. Margarita
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Fairiane
"500," all extras $2495. 1511 1511-A,
A, 1511-A, Akee St., Balboa. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2675.
L E A V I N G: 1949 Chevrolet
Convertible, good condition, new
top, radio, new seat covers. Call
Cristobal 2354.
FOR SALE: 1953 owner driven
Morris 4-door sedan, duty paid.
Only $500. See at Household Ex Exchange,
change, Exchange, 41 Auto Row.
FOR SALE; 1956 Fordomatle
Country Sedan. 8-cylinder. 2
seats, radio, new tires, mufflers,
tailpipes. '$21 00; cash or trade trade-in
in trade-in considered. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR SALE: "Attention Sports Sports-car
car Sports-car Fans": 1955-Thunderbird,
low mileage, like new. duty paid.
Phone Panama 3-1039 (days).
Las Cumbres 2030 (after 6
p.m.).
HA5SELBLAD
PAXETTE
V
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
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TRANSPORT!! BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shipper Mover
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
Laarn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridin & Jempine Classes dairy
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
r bv appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar T.lfe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama f-6532
"GET STREAMLINED"
the MeLevj way. Body Massage,
Exeerrislng Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained operaton for ladies
tne fenUemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Arosemene Ave. 13-48
Tel. 1-2217
THE
NEW
canon
CAM) A
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
Panama
N. York C16n
Outer Space Item
BEDFORD. Pa. (UP) "Butch"
Koontx has a souvenir today from
out of this world. He was gazing
idly at tbe norizon Wednesday
when a meteor landed 20 feet
away from him.
B. Monnicbe.
The local section sponsors
monthly meetings which feature
discussion nd analysis of engi engineering
neering engineering proieci and related sub subjects
jects subjects by prominent engineers and
specialists.
Several ocal members are at attending
tending attending and participating in tbe
Pan American 1'j?hway Congre
now in session at the National Pa Palace
lace Palace in Panama.

AGENTS OB OUK OrriCFS AT U-Jt t,rT KTBKET, FANAMA- UBRKRIA
'-0, ?' CASA ZAXJtO Central Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY

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FOR SALEi Twe 4-ton Chrys Chrysler
ler Chrysler Airtemp air conditioners. Call
3-6629. v
FOR SALE: Piano Hamilton
Cabinet Grand Upright $300,
excellent condition. Address Lo Lo-cona
cona Lo-cona 704-B Phone 3282.
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayeo blocks, 4" 12" x il".
They ar economical, light and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clayce & Alfareria, S. A.,
Via Espaiia No. 37-48. Phone
3-0160.
FOR SALE: 2 pri. cloth drapes,
2 prs. bamboo drapes, 2 mahog-;
any valances, 2 night stands, 1
baby bed and mattress. 528-B,
Curundu Hts. Phone Curundu
2293. 7
Col. Cloud! Named
New Chief Of Army
Venezuelan Mission
Headquarters U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean has announced thaf Col.' Ot Otto
to Otto B. Cloudt Jr. has been named
the new chief of the U.S. Army
Mission to Venezuela, replacing
Col. G. E. Baya who has been
assigned tto the Georgia Military
District, Atlanta, Ga.
Before taking over his new po position
sition position on July 10, Cloudt was as assigned
signed assigned to Sixth Army Headquart Headquarters
ers Headquarters in the Presidio, an Francisco,
Calif. .'
Born in Rocksprings, Tex., the
colonel was graduated from: Texas
A and M and after entering, the
Army attended the Infantry School,
the Command and General Staff
College and the U S, Army; Lan Language
guage Language School.; i., '
Cloudt has been stationed over overseas
seas overseas in Europe and Turkey, -ard
has seen statesida duty ;arl'ort
Custer, Mich.; Camp Philips, Kan.
Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Camp
McCain, Miss.; Fargo, N.D.; and
the Presidio, Calif.
Saleslady with experience
and references for promi prominent
nent prominent store in Panama City.
Write to FOB 3173 Panama.
Enclose foto which will be
returned.
'o5 DOUU KUYAL
Lancer Sport
Coupe 8 CyU
Radio, wsw,
A-l Cond 1,950.0
'55 PLYMOUTH SAVOY,
4 door Power Wite,
Radio, S CyL
A-l Cond 1,450.0(1
'56 FORD MAINLINE
4 door CyL
Radio, AA-1 Con. 1.C75.00
'53 DODGE CORONET
5 CyL Convertaole
New Top an,d Paint,
Radio, wsw, Power
Flite, AA-1 Cond. 1,100.00
'53 WILLYS ST. Wagon
A-l Cond Radio 750.01
'52 DeSOTO 4 door
AA-1 Cond 750.01
51 PLYMOUTH CyL
2 door Sedan, Radio
A-l Cond I. 95.00
5 PONTIAC Star Chief
4 door, Hydramatie,
Electric windows,
. Radio, Seat covers.
New ear shape .. t,4MJ0
Ueartf matte & Arias, S J.
USED CAR LOT
BerlnniBg of Transisthmian
Highway Aatomobile Row
t Panama

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25th to H
September f

SERVICE Ave. TlvoU No. 4 FARMACIA ESI ADOS UNIDOS 14 Central Ave.
In OsMAve.No.41 FOTO DOMY Justo Aroseroena Ave. and 3X81 FARMACIA

I Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via Fonas
SERVICES
Th FATIMA PHARMACY lo
cated at Mercado El Rey, offers
efficient filling of prescriptions
and hoiri delivery service. Phone
3-3416. 1
3-minut car wash $1, steam
'. 1 cleaning of motor' $5, waxing of
cars $5. Auto-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears. 1 l :
Th best dinners and drinks
ar srvd in our medrn air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned caftrla. grill and
bar. Hot! Intamacional "PI.
xSdMayo.'; 'Lt
Pi
WANTED: 25-cycle refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, good' condition. Reasonable.
Phono 273-6233 or 273-2189.
WANTED: Heater for 1957
Ford. Phone Kobbe 4141 after 5
p.m. ..:. I-.:.
PanCanal Offering
Sale Of lion-Ferrous
Metal On Closed Bid
The Panama Canal Company
is now offering for. sale 328,050
pounds of non-ferrous scrap
metal, a large quantity of cop copper
per copper and steel wire and cable and
8,000 pounds of used manila tab
ulating cards.
Bids on the items are being
solicited on both the Isthmus
and In the United States. They
are scheduled to be opened the
morning of October 4 In the
New York Office of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company and in the
office of the Superintendent of,
the Storehouse Branch in Bai Bai-boa.
boa. Bai-boa. :
x The non-ferrous scrap metal
offered for sale Includes copper
screening; copper, wire, brass
ammunition casings, yellow
brass castings, red scran. brass.
brass pipev. plated rolled-brass,1
iientf brass, brass ana oronze
borings and spinnings, unllned
red car boxes, auto radiators,
battery plates, lead strippings,
and other scrao leaa.
A total of 9,500 pounds or new
copper covered high strength
steel transmission wire, 120,000
pounds of copper wire and 40, 40,-000
000 40,-000 pounds of copper-covered
steel wire are among the otner
Items being sola.
800,000 Frenchmen
To Gel 5 Hike
-Cost Of Living
PARIS. Aug. '2 (OT) The
French Government today rais raised
ed raised the basic salaries of 800,000
lowest-paid workers 5.5 per cent
to bring them In line with the
spiralling cost of living.
The increase, effective Aug. 1,
will raise the present basic sal salary
ary salary from 36 to 38 cents an hour.
Premier Maurice B o u rges rges-Mauhoury's
Mauhoury's rges-Mauhoury's cabinet decreed the
wage hike because the recent
Increase of prices put at 150 the
cost of living index based on 213
commodity items.
The increase will affect-salaries
of the lowest category work
ers, estimated at 800.000 persons
whose monthly salary is about
Financial circles however ex
pect today's wage increase to
spark a nation-wide campaign
of labor unions for pay boost?
for all categories of workers and I
civil servants.
"Bourges" cabinet which Js
striving hard to curb the strong I
inflationary trends in the French 1
economy and slash the budget
deficit Is expected to oppose oth-,1
er wage demands. This In turn i
may result In labor unrest, ob-ij
servers feared. ;
Noble Effort
NEWPORT BEACH. Calif. fUP
Kidnapers but) their bands full
when they carted off an imported
beauty from the front of -a 1mp
short. The 2.3O0 Dound nude tiue,
K lifesize lamp base' brought here
from Italy, was stolen Tuesday
night ;
TELE-RAD
TV SERVICE
SPEEDY-DEPENDABLE
TEL 2-2374
Corner "H" ft Darlea St'

PRECIADO 7 Street (iolS AGENCIAS
182 LaCanasquilla FARMACIA tOM.

111 MOVEDADES ATHIS Beside
j, ..
Home Articles"
LEAVING ISTHMUS: Will sell
lowest, price: mahogany coffee
table (glass top), 4 chairs,: din dining
ing dining table,, aluminum easy chairs,
miscellaneous dishes, household
items. No, 44 46th Street, corner
Colombia, facing park. Phon
3-1857 from 5 to 9 p.m. v
FOR SALE: Dining room furni furniture;
ture; furniture; china closet, sideboard, fa fa-He
He fa-He t and chair. Bedroom set.
House 7-46 Las Cruces. Balboa.
FOR SALE: i- Living room and
bedroom furniture: Hi-Fi, TV t
radio, combination,. 20-foot deep
f reexe, elettric washer, dryer, i
dehumidifier fir mangel inner.
Many other items, all in -good
condition. Must sell, leaving
Isthmus. Phon Albrook 86 86-3101.
3101. 86-3101. v
FOR SALE: Two American twin
beds "Hollywood" tyl. with
.plastic headboards, 1 $85 each;
desk wchair $25; solid mahog mahogany
any mahogany frame bed $25. All in good
condition. Phone 3-0721 Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. FOR SALE: -60-cycle Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house refrigerator, "all porce porcelain"
lain" porcelain" $60. Phone 5-437 Gatun.'
FOR SALE : i .Westinghous re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, green grass rug 9'xl2,
table and 4 chairs, buffet. Call
Diablo 2-1441,
Dogs
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Cocker Spaniel puppies. 2262
Carr Street. Balboa. Phon Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2444.
Officer
Tour Canal Zone
' A group of 20 Cotofnbian Army
captains arrived in the Canal Zone
Monday. July 29. to tourArmv in.
siajlationswithiri; C.S. ;Arniy Car-;
ihhpan. : ' .l'' 1
The officers air students Bear Bearing
ing Bearing graduation from the ,Colom, ,Colom,-bian
bian ,Colom,-bian War College, are accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by Col. Alberto Rueda-Terrfn,
director of the college, and Col.
Robert DeMers, representative to
the college from the U.S. Army
Mission to Colombia.
During- their five-day stay here,
they toured the U.S. Armv Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean School at Fort Gulick: the
Jungle Warfare Training Centter at
Fort Sherman; the Gatun Locks
system; Quartermaster, Engineer
and Ordnance supply ard storage
facilities; the 20th Infantry Reei Reei-ment
ment Reei-ment at Fort Kobbe and the 65th
AAA Group at Fort Clayton.
The group will depart tomorrow
for Colombia.
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1951
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FORD, 2
FORD, 4
FORD, 2
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PANAMA

WANTED : Accountant, female,
Vlth experience and references.
Apply- Peikard, Zona Libra, S.A.,
Colon,

Miscellaneous
Dr. Wandehak Medical Clinic.
Day t night service. Opposit
Chas Bank. Phon 2-3479. -5
'' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
- DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CZ.
Slip cover fir reupholstery. Free
pickup fir delivery. Here Modern
FurniturH Phon 3-4628.
I Domestic Employment
WANTED: Maid for cleaning
and laundry. 4 in family. Experi Experience
ence Experience and reference required. Ap Apply
ply Apply only if honest and willing to ;
work hard. 'Phon' Wenborne,
3-2905.
TWO MAIDS WANTED: ( 1
chjld car and' general house housework,
work, housework, to live) in; (2) good clean-
' ar and Ironer,- 5 days a weak.
Bring references. Over 50 need
not apply. Interviews a.m. only.
0202-B Herrick Road, Ancon,

Men who make the most of their
time insist on Mido. Only Mido .V jf
- brings you all the perfected :
improvements you expect w, SaD 1'
of the specialist in ioo AS0&L. k s
; waterproof self-w&d- JI0X-ki I
- tng watches. Wss

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tlodry Radio' FDxI
door, Radio FDM
door, tustomlin
Station Wagon

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MERCURY, 4-door, Radio .
CHEVROLET, 4-door
FORD, Ranch Wagon v .
NASH, 4-door, Radio : . . ; v '":
PLYMOUTH, 2-door, Radio, 2-tone
BUICK, Hardtop, Radio, 2-tone

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. FAST FRIENDLY FINANCING ;
Twit our VLTRAMODEKS SHOW LOT
3-7010 AUTO R0V COLON,

"77

POSITION WANTED: Export-
: enced hand In accounting, cor-
resporldene both English and
Spanish, and general office work,
desire position, 1 Fourteen yer
1 of experience. Writ Box ., 93,
Colon. -JB. -
Boats & Motors
FOR 'SALEi Small outboard j,
speedboat, new 10-hp. Evinrud
motor, remot controls, $425.
Phon 3-2831, r'
FOR SALE: 22 -hp. Johnson
$135; 5-hp. Johnson $65. Both
tin good condition. Call Panama. (
3-3511.
FOR SALE: 1 1 Vt-t. boat with
7Vi-hp. motor and frailer. Phono
Kobbo 4141 after 5:00.
Special Offers
WANTED: RESTA U R A NT
CONCESSIONAIRE to tak over
. kitchen in popular Canal Zon
Club. Must be all-around ehf.
Good proposition for right per person.
son. person. For interview call Balboa
2-1414, Ask for manager for
appointment,
)owenvind
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ST. No. 45
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Stores in the Republic,
.$ 825.00
. 1325.00,
. 1850.00
650.00
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Take this means to express deepest appreciation and
sincere thanks for the manifestations of condolence
and kind sympathy shown during their recent berea bereavement.
vement. bereavement. Panama, Aug. 2, 1957.

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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1957

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Ike Bitterly Disappointed Over Jury Trial
Amendment To Civil Rights Bill By Senate

WASHINGTON, Aug. 2 (UP). President Elsenhower today called the Senate's jury trial

amendment to his civil rights bill "bitterly disappointing" and a threat to the entile federal
judicial system.
In one of the strongest statements to come from the White House in this administra administration,
tion, administration, Eisenhower said that rarely in the legislative history of the United States had" so many
extraneous issues been introduced in Senate debate "in order to confuse both legislators and
th. nublic."

tween a f ederal juage ana ms

The Senate late last night
passed by a vote of 51 to 42 an
amendment guaranteeing jury
trial in cases of criminal con contempt
tempt contempt of court, a provision op opposed
posed opposed flatly by the President
and Senate GOP Leader Wil William
liam William F. Knowland.
1 After discussing the "Senate

action with his cabinet this
morning, the President said the

interposition of a jury trial be-

legal orders would "weaken our

whole judicial system and par particularly
ticularly particularly the prestige of the fed federal
eral federal judiciary."
"In this case it will also make

'Sketch Classes'
Now Under Way
At Balboa JVB
; A new seriVs of "Sketch Class Classes"
es" Classes" started Wednesday at the
USO-JWB Armed Forces Service
Center. A few places remain open
in the class, under the direction of
Miss Lily Chan, of Panama.
Last week, work was started
ws in charcoal this week the stu
dents will proceed with tempera.
Work dona in the class follows
the need and stages of develop development
ment development of each of the members, al although
though although the emphasis is on basic
art work.
Those who are. interested should
call Balboa 1072.
A fee of $12 for the three
months instruction will be charg charged.
ed. charged. This course is open to the
military, dependents, and civilians
aliHe.

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This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
Is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrof riphlc
Branch of the Panama Canal
Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 90 84
Low 69 70
HUMIDITY:
High 98 90
Low 58 78

WIND:
(max. mph) S-20 S-18
RAIN (Inches) .42 3.41
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 83 82
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Red Hungary Lodges

New Charge Against
Cardinal Mindszenly

VIENNA, Aug. 2 i UP) Commu

nist Hungary has made new
charges against Josef Cardinal
Mindszenty and announced that
his former secretary and "several
other" priests would be tried as
rebels. Maximum penalty on con conviction
viction conviction is deathby hanging.
An official communique from the

Interior Ministry in the puppet re regime
gime regime of Premier Janos Kadar
charged that the prelate, now safe
in the U. S. Legation in Budapest,
ordered his secretary and other
priests to steal secret records
from the Hungarian state office
for state affairs during the Octo October
ber October revolt.
Announcing the arrest of his for former
mer former secretary, the Rev. Albert
Egon Turcsmyi, the Interior Min Ministry
istry Ministry said the priest and a band
of fellow-clerics staged an armed
attack on the office They also hid
other rebels, gave them food, tried
to incite the people agajnst the
Communist regime and wrote
anti-Communist leaflets, the min ministry
istry ministry charged in the communique
broadcast by Radio .Budapest.

It said Father Turcsanyi and
the other priests would be tried

as "counter-revolutionaries."
There was no indication whether
the Reds planned to try the prel prelate
ate prelate himself "in absentia."
The Kadar regime has embark embarked
ed embarked on a growing campaign to vil vilify
ify vilify the cardinal who fled to the
sanctuary of the U. S. Legation
when the Soviets counter-attacked
and began their bloodbath on the
morning of Nov. 4. He has been

.there ever since, a symbol of re

sistance in predominantly Roman
Catholic Hungary.
Father Turcsanyi would be the
principal defendant at the trial in
a "people's court," the Interior
Ministry said.

It accused him of having "plun

dered" the state-church office and

with joining an army officer, Lt

Col. Pal Liesz -oszky in trying to
escape from Hungary with forged

documents.

largely ineffective the basic pur

pose of the bill that of pro protecting
tecting protecting promptly and effective

ly every American In his rglht

lo vote, he said.

House Republican leaders said
Senate amendments probably
have killed the chances for en enactment
actment enactment of any civil rights law

this year.

T'-sy said the House will not

acc pt the jury trial amendment,
esDecially when coupled with

earlier Senate action to confine
the bill to voting rights only.

Dulles Lays Allied
'Open Skies' Plan
Before Soviet View

LONDON, Aug. 2 (UP) Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
presented the i.ew western "open
skies" plan to Russia today with
a1 plea for swift action to get
world disarmament started.
Dulles went before the five-power
London disarmament confer conference
ence conference at 2:30 p.m. and was listed
as first speaker.
He brought with him the blue blueprint
print blueprint for an "accoidion" offer giv giving
ing giving Russia a choice of zonv to
be placed under aerial and ground
inspection as the first step toward
arms cuts.
If Russia considers the zones too
big, informed sources said, it
would have the choice of smaller
areas guarding key sections of A A-merica
merica A-merica and Europe from surprise
attack.

The offer wfc's worked out in

three days of intense concultations
here among the western prfwers.

Catholic Unionists
Tell Of Exploitation
By Hoffa And Dio
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2 (UP)
The Association of Catholic Trade
Unionists told Senate investigator
today that teamster crown prince
James R. Hoffa and "the mob"
of his friend Johnny Dio threaten
to rob a million new workers of
honest unionism.
John McNiff, the Catholic As Association's
sociation's Association's executive secretary,
told the Senate Rackets Commit Committee
tee Committee of a "fantastic" exnloitai inn nr

low-paid Negro and Puerto Rican
workers by an alliance of crooked
unions and crooked employers.
He said the alliance of Hoffa

Dio and narcotics racket leader
Anthony (Tony Ducks) Corallo

and 'their employer fronts.... hai

already brought the New York citv

employers and their employes to
their knees."

The Committee was to hear t.

timony later from low-paid New

Yorkers about working conditions

under their union contracts.

Oman's Rebel Inian

Asks Afro-Asian;
To Badaer Britain

BAHREIN, Persian Gulf, Aug.

t lLr 'ine rebel Imam nf n

man nas appealed to 29 Afro- A A-sian
sian A-sian nations, .including Red China
to put an end to Britain's "bar

barous. .flagrant aggression" in

me sun-baked sultanate, it was

announced today.

1 he Imam's spokesman In Cai

ro banded out a statement accus

mg Britain or "Killing old men,

women ana cnuareu and des'roy
ing homes and mosques;"

l wentty nine nations ranging
geographically from Japan to Li

bya and politically from the Phi

nppines to Communist China, at

tended the Banrmng conference in

Indonesia in 1955.

The Imam's statement did not

say how he expected the Bandung
nations to aid his cause. The Cai Cairo
ro Cairo spokesman reported earlier that
he had refused an offer of assist assistance
ance assistance from Red China.
A Brit.sb spokesman here said
air attacks over the : past two
weeks have yirtually wiped out
rebel rolling 'stock.
He said British jet fighters
damaged five vehicles of undis

closed types in yesterday's attack
on Firq, reducing the rebel trans transport
port transport fleet to "one. or two" usable
vehicles.

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HANGING ON Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson -hangs on the rope's after being floored" th
second round of his title bout with heavyweight chamo Floyd Patterson. The referee, stop,
ped the fight In the 10th round and Patterson retalped his' title.

Duke Of Gloucester
Opens Scouts 1957
'World Jamboree'

SUTTON COLDFIELD, Eng England,
land, England, Aug. 2 (UP) The Duke
of Gloucester, president of thf

British Boy Scouts, opened ine

Scouts' 1957 "world jamDoree

here yesterday to the cneers 01

some 3o,uou yoiuns irom nations.

Molotov Said
With Nervous
Breakdown
LONDON, Aug. 2 (UP) The
Daily Express reported today that
former Soviet Foreign .Minister V.
M. Molotov had been confined to
his home with' a nervous break breakdown
down breakdown since his ouster from the
Communist Party presidium more

than a month ago.
The Express said in a Moscow
dispatch that two white-coated po policemen
licemen policemen were posted outside the
former Soviet Foreign Minister's
home although he is not under
house arrest.

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CHAMP VISITS JACKSON Accompanied by his wife, San Sandra,
dra, Sandra, heavyweight champion Ftoyd Patterson Is shown at
Meadowbrook Hospital, East Meadow, N.Y. Patterson came to
visit defeated challenger Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson, who
was taken to the hospital for examinations to determine If he
had suffered a rupture in the "kidney-bladder tract."

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It did not reveal how many oth other
er other priests were accused nor did it
say when or where the trial would
be held.

Marilyn Monroe's
Six-Week Pregnancy
Ended By Curettage

NEW YORK, Aug. 2 (UP) Ac Actress
tress Actress Marilyn Monroe lost her ba baby
by baby last night nearly eight months
before its expected birth.
The childless, 31-year-old wife
of playwright Arthur Miller was
operated on last night after her
six-week pregnancy was threaten threatened
ed threatened by complications. The curet curettage
tage curettage was performed by surgeons
at Doctors Hospital at 11 p.m.
Miller announced this morning

jthat his wife was "felling as well

at can be expected and would be
confined to the hospital for nine
or 10 days. He said she would re recuperate
cuperate recuperate at tbeir Long Island sum summer
mer summer home.

Miss Monroe was rushed

100 miles to the hospital yesterday
afternoon. A hospital spokesman

aid she was in great pain during
the operation and was given a
blood transfusion.

Howling Hangover

MILWAUKEE ft-PiTUrk ?,

fier i bachelor party was a boil boiling
ing boiling auccess, but ha five compin compin-nns
nns compin-nns each hd $10 hangover. A
fudie imoosed the fina an th

five party-jo!ri after they raised
ye much whoopee in a downtown

oar mat U bacd refused
Play.

About 1,000 diplomats and

other Drominent figures from t

dozen countries were on hand
at the tent city sprawling over
this former royal hunting pre preserve
serve preserve when Queen Elizabeth's
uncle proclaimed the Jamboree

open.
The Queen and Prince Phllic

are scheduled to visit ine jam
boree Saturday.

This year's gathering Is s
double observance, marking the
50th anniversary of the Boy

Scout movement iand the 100th

anniversary of the birth of its

founder. Lt. Gen. Sir Robert

(later Lord) Baden-Powell.

Hew Name Sought
For Fort Kobbe
Post Newspaper

The Fort Kobbe Information
Office Is looking for a new name

for Its weekly post newspaper.

Presently called to Kobbe

"Lifeline," the paper was esta

blished in January 1958 at a

time when the "Lifeliner" regi

ment the 33rd Infantry

was garrisoned at Fort Kobbe.

The current contest, slated to

run through Aug. 9, was plan

ned to find an acceptable name

based on the 20th Infantry and
its official designation, "Sykes
Regulars." Only 20th Infantry
and attached unit personnel
may enter.
The winner of the contest will
receive a three-day pass, and
recognition In the paper. The
runner-up will receive a one-

ia pass, i

Charges Against New U.S. Ambassador
To Cuba Bring Probe By State Dept.

WASHINGTON, Aug. 2 (UP)
The State Department ordered
today a full report of events
which prompted Cuban officials
to charge Earl E. T. Smith, new
U.S. Ambassador to Cuba, with
interference in Cuban affairs.

The charge stemmed from
Smith's alleged statement
Wednesday deploring "excessive
action of the police" In putting
down a demonstration of some
200 women. The women were
demonstrating against the gov

ernment of President Fulgencto
Batista.

President Batista, the responsi responsibility
bility responsibility for the solution to Cuba's
political situation rests entirely
in the hands of the Cuban peo people
ple people and lt Is the intention of the
United States to adhere firmly to
its traditional policy of non-intervention
in the internal af affairs
fairs affairs of Cuba as in the case of
any other state;" White said.
Smith Is now visiting the U.S

Naval base at Guantanamo and

is not expected to return to Ha

vana until tomorrow.

The demonstration took place
during Smith's visit to Santiago
de Cuba, an area of discontent.
State Department spokesman
Lincoln White told reporters
"the department has requested
a full report from the American
Embassv In Havana on events

which took place in Santiago Headquarters U.S. Army Carib

during the visit there of ambas-i bean has announced that pay

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US ARCARIB Lists
New Paying Method
For Rent, Utility

ments for telephone, rent and uti

lity bills for July, and thereafter
will be made by individual sub-

sador Smith on July 31-"

At the same time White reaf

firmed the traditional United scribers and lessors as follows:

States policy of "non-interven- For residents of Quary Heights,
tlon In the affairs of Cuba" or Fort Amador, Curundu, Corozifl
any other foreign nation. i nd Fort Clayton payments will
be made at the Finance and Ac Ac-"As
"As Ac-"As Ambassador Smith stated counting Office, CorozaL
in his press conference in Ha-j
vana on July 25 following the! For people who reside at Fort
presentation of his credentials to Kobbe, payments will be made to

me casnier in duiiqidb bus, ron

The State Department lias
said that Smith, a New York in-
vestment banker, told- Butista
when he presented his creden credentials
tials credentials that he intended to visit

Santiago and Batista replied

that this was a good idea.
But a statement from the pres presidential
idential presidential palace yesterday showed
that the Cuban government was
unhappy with Smith's activities.

It quoted Sen. Jose Gonzales,
leader of Batista's National Pro Progressive
gressive Progressive Party in the Senate, whoj
said Cuba "rejects and repudi

ates any interference in matters:
of Cuban sovereignty." The com-

munique specmcauy reierrea to
"statements by the American
Ambassador."

jai-kson GOES DOWN. -Heavyweight champ' Floyd Patter Patterson
son Patterson .stands over Tommy (Hurricane) .Jackson after Jcnockin
Wm.1j0 the canvas in the first round of their 15-round- title
- bout in New York.

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Civilian Personnel

Functions Of Gj
Transferred To AG

Civilian personnel functions prev

iously delegated to the Gl section
were transferred to the Adjutant
General's Section efefctive yester yester-nday.
nday. yester-nday. Headquarters U.S. Army Ca

ribbean announced. '.

Capt. C. L. Adams
Killed In Explosion
Of Plane In Texas
Capt. Coleman L. Adams. Infor

mation Services Officer for the

5700th. Air Base Grouo, Albr.mk
Air Force Base from 1952 to 19SS
was Killed July 17 l Dyess AFB,
Texas.

Ctl. C.A. Bean Jr. USARCARIB

Kobbe: for Albrook AFB resid- adjutant general, bas been made

ents, payments will be made at responsible for planning,, develop

the Finance Office, Albrook AFB. mg and maintaining the clviiia

personnel management, program

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Residents of Fort Gulick and
Fort Davis will make their pay payments
ments payments at the Agent Finance Office,
Fort Gulick: and Coco Solito resi

dents will pay their bills to the

cashier, Coco Solito Housing Area.
July billings will be available
at these respective collection ac activities
tivities activities from Aug. through Aug.
20.

Capt. Adams was the pilot of

B-47 that exploded and

near Abilene, Texas.
He departed Albrook in

1955- to attend B-47 training it
Jmet Coonally AFB, Waco, Tex

Entry blanks are available in

orderly rooms throughout Fort

Kobbe. Entrant may submit as

many names as they wish. Per-
dons Interested in further de

tails are' asked to contact the a veteran ot ia rears m the Airir-nt anH iitiiitv AvAtm at Ar.

to Fort Kobbe Information Office Force, he Is survived by bis wife my-Air Force civilia emoloyei

oi-iu. ana torn james

B"lings for commercial type ac-

burned tlvitie received through
i. i s'u sd wiu incinr'e all ao-

plicable charges. AH billings re-

v;&tu i i lit m y j m v .v
Finance and Accounting Office Co Co-rozaL
rozaL Co-rozaL r
These changed collection woce-

j dure do not affect current payroll

paid from appropriated fundi

withia the command, .'Under the

revious setun the Gl tectioa hand-

policy -en tivdian personnel!

and the AG Civilian Personnel Di Division
vision Division executed operational details.

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rangement, arrangement, will result in increas increased
ed increased operational efficiency, inasmuch
as all civilian personnel functions
will be consolidated im one section. 1

of four civilian employes from tfte
office of the AC of 5 Gl t the
Adjutant General's section. Those

involved in the switch are Rob- i

ert ftl. Donley, direector of civilian

pessonnelr aiiss siary E. alurpiiy

cluef of the salary and 'i

branin; James JU Earned, chtef

of employe utilisation, and Miss

Sadie G. Williams, stenografbet'.

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