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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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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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University of Florida
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This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
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System ID:
AA00010883:02304

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Train

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Schedules

Up

. Passeneer ienrlc of th Panama Kallroad will be increased

by two trains each way eacb flay enecuve Aug. is.
. The new schedule for the railroad was announced this week
W G. M. Smith, manager of, the Railroad Division.
- i, The' increased passenrer service, together with 4 change In
boors f the "mixed," freffht and passenger trains, is a further
step in the railroad's plan to improve Us service-for the benefit
of Us customers. ,r '

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Tfce new -'- service will enable

trans Isthmian travellers,.- who
want to'make a ,l speedy--round

trip, to cross the Isthmus ana re-
turn in less than, four hours, and
still 'haVe 4S minutes-to- transact
' their business at their midpoint
' destination. '
Those whose business 'require
more than half a day but not. a
full- day will not spend several
hours wsiting for a train for their
return- trip.
. The new Schedule also pro provide
vide provide speedier transportation fer
: Daeifio mdirrt errivinfl In Cris-

tabsl an the Panama Line ships.

' When the Fhips 'docjc'in Cristo

bal before 2 p.m.j. most racmc
idn oassencers will be able" to

tak. the new mid-afternoon train

across the Isthmus instead of hav

ing to wait for the later, anernoon
train, an t.hev do at nresent; ,f i

The change in hour for the mix-

d freight trains wiu speea. up
freight service, trom the Comnii'
sary Division's warehouses at
Mount Hope to the retail stores stores-along
along stores-along the line and from, the Cold
Storaee warehouse in Diablo

Heights to Atlantic side stores..
In addition it will provide earli earlier
er earlier delivery and placement of in inbound
bound inbound freight -at the Panama
freight house. 4 -Effective
April It, under th

new passenger scheduled trains

wIM leave..-. Panama tT- as toi.
4 Iowa: 7:10 e.m.:5$ .m.,.12tl0

D.m., 3:10 t.m, 4:55 p.m. and

'.1B:10 B.m 1

k In, the eppaeltt" jliracrion.

: trains twilr leave CelorK. 'Station

i. nlH'iii hi i 'in i ',i B

as follows: 7 a.m., 9:45 a.m., 11
noon, .3 p.m., 5:10 p.m. and 10
p.m. 4 r s

. TTnnAi' tha "now IiaHi1a!"

. vauw V wwn OWIIUUIC) UIC
southbound mixed triins will leave

Mount Hope ar a a.m.: and 7:50

p.m. lhe old schedule called for
departures at 9.15 a.m., and 7:15

p.m..

The new northbound schedule

for mixed trains sets "'departure
times from Diablo Heightst at 4:50

a.m. snd 8 p.m., instead of the

present 9:15 a.m. and 7:25 p.m.
A complete schedule will be nuh

lished and widely distributed, be-

lore- tne new wain uraes become

euecuve. .r

2 Balboa Sfalion
Clerks Capture.
Vould-De Bandit
Two-railroad station clerks rah

after and cauiiht a man who tried

to: noid up the newstand. attend attendant
ant attendant at the Balboa; railroad station

yesterday.
The assailant, who brandished

table knife and ordered Mrs. Mer

cedes Oiler to hand over her mon

ey, was laenmiea oy police as

Jorg Karu,4: a 21-year-old Pana
nian.iMra. Oiler screamed f 6 1

help, and th man ran away But

oe wasn t quiCK enougn.
. Station, clerks Edward Kealey

and Boy R. Clark pursued and

caught him, Tbey were also about

to recover tn knife which the

Ciisti

" t lv p.lrAM p:I-fn 4 Pn thrown away while flee-

V U iHlU rCrUs-vJ V ffse of iscuitTVshorttime.; iscuitTVshorttime.;-,
, iscuitTVshorttime.;-, a v "-Trl hier. with the -last of his monev.

Vessel's DreeWov;n

monev.

and Sat down at the4 station to eaL

Thens according to his statement.

he decided to get mcney from the

station attendant,
At first he pretended to be look

mg jor sapnisn language maga

lines, tnen ne entered the news

stand and made his demand of

Mrs. our s

..Yesterday he was charged with

assault, with intent U-commit rob

bery: and waived nreliminarv near

mg in tne- uaiboa Magistrate's

The disabled freighter Humuuls

towed into Cristobal by the Pana

ma Canal tug Taboga yesterday,
is how tied, up at, the, Cristobal

fiats area awaiung tne comple completion
tion completion of plans to tow her to Tampa,

ria. . ,?k :.(, i-f .is..4,--T';.vr,,5r-A
broken oinion gear was blam

300-(on freighter which was travel

ing in ballast with a .small barge Court. BaU; was set at $500,

The. Humuula was bound for

-Tampa, with owner Ben Benjamin,
Miami scrap dealer on board

the shio. - ,..'-.-..,.

. Accordinff to Panama Aaencies.

plans "are being completed now to
have the ship towed up to Tampa
from here, A spokesman said that

the pinion gear was a very ex.

pensive item to repair.

Dag Defends Stand

-5ays Didn't Use

; The Humuula rarrived in Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal several months ago from Ha

waii and was anchored in the flats

. most of the time since. She took

the Darge in tow Just Detore aer

cepanure.-a- weea-.go.. -r.-s

France Sels Record

Of Alcohol Deaths;

TB

UNITED NATIONS. N.Y.. Aug

3 (UP) United Nations Secretary

uenerai uag HammarsKjoid ye,
terday-defended the United Na

tions against enbes who nave ac

cuseo .tne organization of using a
Vdouble standard'.' in dealiog with

it ii: jji. a lj it.:

vns nuuie cast, ana nungHnan is

sues last, tali, ; ,..,.-s. i

Hammarikjold said it was dos-

sible to say the U. N. had used

the same standard in both cases.

It did not have the leaa! nower

under the charter to impose its
will noon tte member state bv

force, but could only recommend

action." be said in his annual re

port on U.N. activities,

nHJrakiR ft 1ffl rr.nrhm.n and .. secretary uenerai said tne

r- v. t .iKnii. Knticism was based on the une-

French women died of alcoholism

last year Under such form as as
delirium .' tremens and alcoholic
dementia," the National Institute of
Statistics and Economic- Studies

announced today,

qual measure or compliance" with

General Assembly directives bv

the nations involved.

""The "assembly called for volun

tary withdrawal of forces in both

STRICKEN STAR Actress Marilyn Monroe Is shown belnpr wheeled into Doctor's Hospital,
ArrtAil?r-".?5iMe0'' isCarrlagf-, vTbe then-pregnant star's husband, playwright
lU1u 'n?u0op2 t0 "fLa BUit;ase containing, Miss Monroe's personal belongings; Marilyn
i?itei:,.baby ThlVsday night-neatl? eight months before its expected birth. Childless, iear.
nifarnna8i?rewt,nnld wltli, Prenany complications and underwent a curettage by hos hos-CerKTislaSnhdWun!mbeer
CerKTislaSnhdWun!mbeer hos-CerKTislaSnhdWun!mbeer t0 hSPital f t0 ten days and wUl recuVaVat
Groggy Marilyn Monroe Still Hopes

Have Baty After Failing Ficst Try

Darien

Plan Offered

By, Mexican

Of the sections not yet com completed
pleted completed in the Pan American
Highway, that of the Darien
region in Panama and conti contiguous
guous contiguous areas in Colombia Is the
most pressing.' -.
This waS the' opinion express

ed today by Romulo O'Farrlll,

Researchers

To Cast

Trying
Horoscope

7

Through

Year 2G0C

To

" NEW:'YOkK, Aug.l Aupx -Marilyjf
Monroe; groeiv from the

loss of he "mot wanted baby"
sftpr m-ry rmoth of -prjegnaney,
deciaied fiemJisr hosoiui bed to

day that ahe .still hopea to ba a

mouier, ; ,4J w

Th doctor who performed emer

gency surgery on the thrice-mar

ried actress Thursday night said

she apparently never bad been

pregnant before.

Miss Monroe, -31. wss rushed 100

miles by ambulance from her
summer home -on Long Island to
Doctors Hospital last night. Her

playwright husband, Arthur Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, accompanied her and moved
into the- hospital to stay until she

is released some time next week

"Lot Of Courage"

''She is all right emotionally."

naggara-iooKuig Miiier told news
men. ''.Now she is just recover

mg. She has a lot of courage

more courage than anyone I have

ever met. She told me- she wants In Mav h m 1 APiO O f aA ha k AMa

cJ-rtlV' 1Wy ie All.vehUdrr She aid that

TJttr"V'4Vaer ie, h-fdVialt -for

no nrst um 4 he" life -that she
had vroots ind a real horne d

Eartha KittSued

For 'Flying Rati 6

Over iBar Choraes

i"

It said another 14,17 died of eir I'S"! EE" .PS"

thosis of th. liver. v . lJ'Z?,,

"CrantuiB-that at least to ter

. Mnt of cirrhosis deaths are caused

more or less directly by the' abuse

of alcohol, the number w aths

Britain.. France and Israel

withdrew their troops from Egypt

ed out. .Russia ignored resolutions
celling for evacuation of Hungary

and a nan to suppression of the

revolt, he added. k ; '-"

caused bS alcoholism -would be at the assembly's bidding, U point-

least 17,500 for IBM," the institute
- aid4,1'-'- VJ' ..- I

. "For the same "year, deaths at-

tnbated te tuberculosis, .in all

forms wre only 12,700.
-. Th statistical curve of desths
from- pur alcoholism has climbed

steadily since the. second world

War, the Institute- said. : .,
- .' Tomfed Money

NEW YORK. 1 Aub: S fUPi a

Third Avenue uight club sued sul sultry
try sultry Negro ionktress Eartha Kitt

for $200,000 today,, charging -she

pourea cnampagna on patroas Old
smashed glassware-in a rage over

si37 oar cnecav 4 -
"Thiris a-dliD Joint."Miss Ktt

was quoted a savins aa aha al

legedly-; began -disporting : herself

m a ooisterous manner, ,

Asked about the- charges todav.'

she acknowiedced that she thoueht

$137 was "a bit excessive'- fori

four or five .splits of cham-

Sagne." But she denied she ever
ew into a rage over it ? v

The suit was filed bv the I? JIT

rBar and GrilL operators of the

African Room. The complaint
charged that Miss Kitt and a par party
ty party of 10 visited the club at about
1 a.m. June 5 and soon made her herself
self herself the center of, attraction.
About aa hour later, after sbe
wss presented with the bill, the
suit said, she began to tear the
place apart. Among the charges
was one that she had alapped or
punched Harold Kaator, on of the
owners of the night club.-
"Wish now I had." she. said te-'
day- ".--.-

iue awanicy nospitai tnattftu was

aa urst jime we have wver tried

to nave a baby."
Dr. Hilliard Dubrow, who per performed
formed performed a curettage on Mia Mon

roe: at 11 o'clock last night, said

ner condition was "as good as can

uk cxpeciea.
"As fsr as I could see, this was
the first time she had ever been

pregnant' Dubrow said, "she can

nave more children end she
very anxious to have more'

v Received Roses

MISS Monroa'a nr. anf tnrA-

her a big bouauet of red rna

thia morning and chatted with her

in an attempt to raise, her spirits.
He said the acress.v who was

Drought to the hospital in pala

mas, was wearing a regular white

nospitai gown, instead, of. a movie

style nightie, -- ...

The, best news she adi u

war tne doctor told her she could
have, more Juds'X the press, sgent

tarn, -," : f f .... ..

The fact Miss Monro Was ore

nsnt wss not disclosed to the pub pub-lie
lie pub-lie until she was brought. to th

nospitai last nigh, She. has made

no. secre of the fact that the

wanted children, however.'.
"I want to have a babv." ah

aid last March. "I want to
have a family of my ownat least

one. oaoy, ana .1 iiope many
more. -' ,; ,-

i, A birdseye view of what is in store for the Canal Zone
during the next 12 months, as well as a lona-term fore

head of the Mexican delegation ,cb$t carrying up to the year 2000, are outlined in this
SmK iss"e th,e Pa"rcd fana R.evlr-.

nvbuiuiny iu vjuT. tt. t. roirer, rne nscai year lyo
well could be titled "the year of the future for the Canal
organization and its personnel." Implementation of Treaty
commitments and a decision on the Canal capacity prob problem
lem problem stand high on the agenda. ,;..
With reference to treaty, obligations. Potter point pointed
ed pointed out that land transfer legislation would permit fthe
start of construction of housing and service facilities at

Margarita. and consolidation of important Atlantic Side
forces in Gatun and Margarita. t
Another relatively immediate consideration will fee

the testing of the new Le Tourneau towing device at Ga

tun and the initiation of experimental lighting in Gail,
lard Cut and on the locks. k"

-aa- a. a

monroe ano Miuer were
married June 80, 1956. He had

cmioren py, p-j fjrst marriage.
Her previous husbands wr a

Los Angeles policeman she married-
at 16 and former baseball
star Joe DiMaggio.
Miller said he could 'think of
no accident that could have
brought on his wife's loss of a
child. He said they had been
resting, digging clams and swim-,
mine durinet heir vacation in a

rented summer cottsge on the -tip
of Long Island. I

American Highway Congress now

in session in the Legislative Pal

ace or Panama.

The Mexican proposal, sub submitted
mitted submitted this morning points out
that the unfinished section in
Panama has been given more
study than the one in Colom Colombia,'
bia,' Colombia,' and it may be confirmed
that the southern route is the
one that should be selected for

the road.
To build the road the proposal
continues, it is necessary to or organize
ganize organize the location and lay-out
work through -division offices
Panama. Tres Residences, El
Llano, El Martlrlo, El Real and
seven brigades, each of which;
will be responsible for the workj

on about 40- kilometers.
"The budget needed for this
work," the proposal stipulates,
"is $1,400,000 which covers the
purchase of equipment, Includ Including
ing Including two small airplanes and a
small helicopter." i

In order. to e-airi full ad van

tage from the. organization. inr-

stallation&n'C equipment, the-!

Mexican --delegation said they

strongly recommended that;

construction begin shortly after
location, and1 lay-dut ,"work 1 is

started. ......
They, alsd suggested that the

(Continued on faga I.

Next June, he said, will see the
last phases of the power conver conversion
sion conversion program, already under
Way, foreshadowing a day when
ail housing! areas 'will be equip equipped
ped equipped with 60-cycle current.
- Better service at Gorras and

Coco flohs-4 Hospitals is in the

"Studies made iOf one hospitala

and medical services. ;
In summing up the new fiscal

year. Potter said: "All forces

and docks to get an Idea of Ca Canal
nal Canal transit operations. Previom
forecasts of Canal traffic no
must be broueht ud to date. 4
KEY IMPROVEMENTS pro pro-posed
posed pro-posed for years ahead Include: t
I) The purchase of five addl-j
tlonal towing locomotives.. Thi Thi-item
item Thi-item airsdyJiJw aftlWPicU,
' SPUghtlng.Gaillard Cut ant,
Improved lighting of the- lock
for safer night-timfr operation. ;

3) provision of mooring lacUi-

Flying Fish Etc.
CHICAGO, Aug. 3 (UP) No,
that wasn't a flying fish that
perched on William Krull's fishing
pole. A water-'ogged parakeet seiz seized
ed seized the tin of Krull'a rod when hp

let it dip into Lake M en can. Krull

toon tne parakeet home.

will be benf'to the task of tak-ties for two large vessels4 iusf

Inz care of the steadilv-risintr north of Pedro Miguel locks.

number of Canal transits. 4) Widening Paraiso and Cu-r
"The pilots, the locks force caracha reaches in the Cut tt,
the police and the firemen will 500 feet and deepening the wid
find themselves faced with the ened part by five feet.
same necessity for dedication to 5) Widening "Bend l660i
their tasks that always has curve in the channel at the bltf

characterized their organlza-, construction town of Empiit

Illinois Education Expert

To CZone Schools

I Kf u rd e rou s Kf Q f a tf
-, J '. ; :
FLORENCE. Italy. Auf.l tml

Ettoro GheziL 21, went "to his

aenust wita a. nagging toothache
and was told to wait a few davi

to allow his abscess to drain be-

lore having the tooth- extract

ea, ." N : -,-
' But "the pain wag too' Intense
and Ettore couldnt wait. He went
to another dentist and insisted on
having the, tooth pulled. He died,
apparently from heart failure,
while under the anesthesia.

Fire Lagered
BICKLEIGH, England, Aug. 5
(ITP-William Matthews beer

track caught fire here today. He
tapped a keg and doused it.

James Merle Wolf-a native of

Merimg, m.: has been selected for

tre position of director of special

euucauun in tne vanai xone

schools, it has been announced bv

me division 01 scnoois,. ;.

Accompanied by his 4 wife' and

two children, Wolf will anve on
the Isthmus the latter part of. this

minua vt iaae over.ms jiew OU-
ies.-'., ''"'','..' ..
During the coming school year,
Wolf will spend much ot his time
making a study of the potential

student body. He will screen the

students to see which - children

need which special education and
also will decide on the school

rooms and where the special
classes, will be located. He will
select the type ot -equipment
which inust be purchased, and the
umber of teachers who must go

to tne .states for special training.
Wolf, was highly recommended
by Dr. Ray Graham who spent

some time here making a. study

of the local situation.. -. ,.

A graduate of the Illinois State
Normal University with a matter

of science in, education... Wolf has

been employed by the McLean

County Unit District rive in Nor

maL in as coordinator of special

education. .-'" .' :

Hia duties there were to screen

Court Star-Packed In;. 'ConfidenHal' Libel Suif

HOLLYWOOD. Aur. S CVTK

courtroom drama billed as the

spiciest trial w Hollywood historv

openea today with such a large

cast. of stan-int: elavers that it

had to be moved to a larger

court.

Aa all-star esst of 135 Holly

3

MELBOURNE. Australia. Ant

3 (UP) The Jialvation Army to

day turned down a "tainted" SIT.

too bequest from one of its mem

SalvaUoa Army Color Sergeant wir uir

?. rZ J "TJ courtroom for the peaing of the

J" 44-4 w" -ontidenuu magaune cnminal h

ivu. MVS wit OVUtl1 tti fnl

There were so maav witaesses

that the trisl wt delayed four

hours while pfuciais found a court

room large enough to accommo

date them all.

The-prosecjlon vowed tt would

for taking part ia a lottery but

was permited to keep the money.
When he died last month he left

J to the Salvation Army,

r r.. r f

Mnoeus refused to accept tt be-

. ,, ""listaiai wimait every man to wui a con-

lamoiiog. .-, vKUoa ct "fJt peddlers- i a

trial that may -unveil the Intimate

lives of msnv reluctant blmdom

figures who have been subjects for

gossipy magaruie stones.
EfW Scandal Stria
CaCfornia's Asst. Arty. Gen.
Clarence A. Linn and Dep. Diet.
Atry. William L. Ritd said their
prosecution would make aa all-out
attempt to ramp out scaadal
stories involving HoPyvood's elite.
Defense Conaset Arthor J. Crow Crowley
ley Crowley retorted list "tilth Is in the
ind of the reader." j

"This is a concerted effort to
put one of tfce few nagatiaes tha:
tells the truia oat of busmesa."
Crowley said angrily. "I ant con confident
fident confident of acquittaL" j
A mob of eonour. was draws

by Uia jraaoca U aOrs to wit-

aess testimory about the defend defend-ants.
ants. defend-ants. Fred and Mariorie Meade

who operate Ilnllywood Reoearch
Inc alleged wholesaler of libelous

sod obscene matter that reached

the pages of Confidential and

Whisper magazines.
- Of Harris

Mrs. Meade ia the niece of

Robert Harrtaom of New York,
r-ubbsher of ine magaxines. The
Meades, Harriwi and eight other
indi vidua ia were indicted by the
County Grand Jury charges of
conspiracy U commit criminal b-

bel and print a ad circolata Lewd
literature. Five corporations were
alo named ia tne indictments.
Among the first witases to ap appear
pear appear were actors Tab Hunter and
Buddy Baer. giaat farmer heavy-,

weight boxT acquitted last year

ea child mole-hung charges. Others
were Mrs, Josephine Dillon Gable,

arama eoaca and urn wuc of ac actor
tor actor dark GaUle. and Carol S.
Hunt, who said ane was author
of a CaaiMemia) story entitled,
"I Wss One Of father Devine's
Angels.' 4
"People should be allowed te
have some sort of private life,"
the hulking Beer protested to re reporters.
porters. reporters. Prosecutor Una said he did not
intend to call any of the stars
anless the defense attempted to
prove articles about them were
true, but added that even so he
would contend that tinder Califor California
nia California law ua truth wu sot proper

the students arrange for diagnos diagnostic
tic diagnostic services, work With teachers
and parents, and prepare the chil

dren .and their famines for spe special
cial special room placement. As coordina coordinator
tor coordinator he also cooperated with case
workers at the Department of

r-ubiic Welfare in making place placement
ment placement of children at atate inititii.

tion, such as the School for the
Blind and the School for the Deaf.
During the east two var h

has served on the admission com

mittee for the McLean Countv Aa-

socistion for Mentally Retarded

Chidren. This is a Private nar-

ent group that operates a school

tions."

Looking farther ahead, the
Review points out that a long long-ranre
ranre long-ranre forecast of the cargo

tonnage and ship transits
which the Canal may expect
from now until the year 200
will be in the hands of Canal
authorities by the end of the
calendar year.
The report is being prepared
by the Stanford Research Insti Institute
tute Institute of Menlo Park, CaHf., which

has been retained bv the Pana Panama
ma Panama Carta! Co. for this purpose.

The study is part of the pro

gram toward solving the Canal

capacity problem which has oc-

whlch Is considered, one of tht
most hazardous sections of thi
Canal,
The cost of these Improve Improvements,
ments, Improvements, not including the Vur4
chase of additional locomotives,
would be $18,956,000. The pro program
gram program could be financed by the)
company over a four-year con construction
struction construction period, requiring net.'
ther special appropriations
nor borrowing. 1 1
While thia short-range plan

embodies no new features that,
have not been eiven considers.

tion in prior studies of the Ca.
nal capacity problem, it attacks
the matter at the most imme

runiurf t.h Wm nf a KiwiAl for! dlately critical points.

Ad Hoc) committee and a work- Ot importance in the lonff.
Ine committee for sever al, Planning, virtually 01. ol

months. tne proposed improvements

In charge of these studies Is wou'a e oeneiiciai in aimost

r moil t uniiifm uninr arnn. any permanent improvements oi

omlst and' head of 'the program '?aiLges considered probaWa lot

in regional economics or tne,

Institute's Economics Research
Division, who spent the first twol

weeks of July on the isthmus

and is returning here next month
or October for further work.

Houston transited the Canal,

in St. Joseph's Hospitsl for the rode In a helicopter over Gail-
Ua ,..11. .1.11.. I l a Tt. ..a a

Mioauie meutauy nanoicappca. iara tail ana .visited we iocksi

r

FREED BT JAPANESE COURT Marine Pf e. Adolph W. Mer Mer-ten
ten Mer-ten t center), of East St. Louis, CL, shown above in a photo,
token in Japan during the Korean conflict, was freed by a
Japanese court at Yokusuka on grounds that be was "pathol "pathologic
ogic "pathologic ally intoxicated" when he shot and killed a Japanese
youth. It was the first Instance observers could recall that an
American serviceman had been aaved under the operation, of
A naiqu Japanese law which grants leniency in the case of
- ttrualtrnnk ; ......

In v effect, tho short -ranra.

plan wilt provide for44 24-hour
operation of tho waterway un under
der under safe conditions; partial
elimination of a serious bot bottleneck
tleneck bottleneck in traffic at Pedro IVIi
gael locks, and a major d
(Continued on page I) .,'

RP Parents Demand
School Shul-Dowiv&

-.
Because Of Flu s
The Parents' rederallon of
Panama City approved a resolu- -tion
calling on the Ministry rt
Education to close down schos
by moving up the September va vacations,
cations, vacations, in view of the current
influenza epidemic. :-
The epidemic has cut down
the attendance- Of students and
teachers in Panama City. Cho-

rrera and Colon aa much ea 3
per cent in some cases. At le-ost
one Panama City school, has
suspended classes because at attendance
tendance attendance bad fallen off almost

comoletely. ,'.

The Department of Pabne Pabne-Health
Health Pabne-Health ruled earlier this we'
that classes we! not be ao
ended becaase It taight -ad
versely affect the spread ef the
disease fer which there la ne
known cure.
The Ministry of Education has

ordered the closing of all play

grounds and the suspension cf

all gym classes and exams for

the duration of the epidemic.

Parents attending the fedm

a tion meeting last night point!
to the Education Ministry's r--der
aa lustimnt the auspeaa .4

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ENLISTED MEN

Sir:

I read a weal editorial tills ween titiea "vjb. Miasnipmen

Score Bis." It gushed about the "middies' la such flowery terms
as "well-groomed, well educated, fine mannered,: gentlemen,"
and about their willingness to spend their liberty In an hospita hospitably
bly hospitably home chatting with their elders just for the joy of being
welcome in these homes, previous to which the author went out

of his way to point out the trouble and inconveniences usually
caused by enlisted seamen while on liberty in the Zone.
Obviously this was a collection of pure unadulterated "bunk."
Are Intelligent people really expected to believe that a year or

two of college and an ouicers candidate course can change i
man from a rowdy, hoodlum, or delinquent, to a refined digni
,lied gentleman? This article would have us believe lust that.

What is it that so many people have against the enlisted
man? I for one am tired arid fedup with reading and hearing

wuuut ine trouDie-maKii:g enlisted men." My tnree years in
service have shown me that this aspect pf military life Is get get-ting
ting get-ting a big over-play.

.ijpilisted men too, would welcome the opportunity to be
asEed out for a good home-cooked meal, and to have the pleas pleasure
ure pleasure of conversation with their elders, in an atmosphere of home
and friendly hospitality. And so, once a year when the mid middies
dies middies arrive, the Zonians throw open their doors and welcome
with open arms these future officers, because they have read

mesa weu-gruumea, wen educated middles score a hit wherever
they go..."
, Horsefeathers! By way of contrast, I had the pleasure of

entertaining two enlisted men, and meeting a great many more
fifom the battleship Wisconsin during its stay in Balboa last
' weekend. These enlisted men, while not college students or of officer
ficer officer candidates, were certainly as well-mannered and gentle-

uinjy as any 01 me aunareas or couege students I encountered

uijring my iour-year career in the Halls of Ivy."
. I As for being well educated, i doubt that a year in anv col.

lefe can surpass two or three years of visiting the major cities

. niju wuuuiu uiruugnuut ine worio, ior interesting conversation.
What about Bivine the enlisted man a. cha.nn for

Next time you folks feel you want to throw open your doors to
the servicemen, why not make It a point to welcome an enlisted
man or two. I don't think you will be disappointed.

I Fed Up

i
Sir;

"j, "Teil me some thine Ireddie

thwre so much malaria now when they haven't had any for so
long."
t 2'It's like this," replied Freddie. "For years they sprayed the
breeding places and that kept the birth rate away down." "But
that worked too good. We have been too successful so we will
hae to try some thing new. So what happened "they got the

That may not be so good but it will show the people how
SJ-rt we are so we'll do that. Spraying is old fashioned."
il I don't ffet thin thins., than pall nHUstlnn t .aU iMiii

JL 14 m ttR Ke,this," replied, TOeoAje, f'Theydoo-l

.w7r-r S lie fiwjfwes nave large iamuies. They go
around biting avervone Thiv.whm B'

deTd V? fW uito t K thve" to
death and that takes care of everything.
nrfen'tTPe?P2e1mart" 8ked Frelda aamiringly. you know
om Umes.I wish Instead of being a Fly I was a People."

P.8. BnBzzzzcsn
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Labor News
And
Comment

By VICTOR RSESSL
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Victor Rio.
sol is on his way to Europe to
cover vital stories. Today, while
It ia on route, his gueot colum
mat is Robert P. Kannady, Coun Coun-soi
soi Coun-soi to tha Sonaro Select Com Com-mirtoo
mirtoo Com-mirtoo on Impropor Practices in
tho Labor or Mansgomont Field.)
THE VALUE

OF SENATE PROBES
By ROBERT F. KENNEDY

WASHINGTON nr.; 'A measure

of the interest ia any legislative
investigatiin is the amount of

response it ilicits from the public.
Using this yardstick, the current
inauiries of the Senate Select Com

mittee on Improper Activities in
the Labor or Management Field
are of great interest and great
. . i 1 1 t

concern 10 vast numoera urougn
out the country.
Since the Committee wss or
eanizerl. more than 30.000 com

nlainta in tha fnrmi nf Ifitteri and

telegrsms have poured into our

offices. Even toaay communica communications
tions communications keep coming in at the rate

of 1000 a wek.
A remarkable thins about those
communications is tho high per percentage
centage percentage of usable material which
has come to tht attention of tho
committee. A third of all those
letters from tho public have tarn tarn-ad
ad tarn-ad out to merit further investi investigation.
gation. investigation. On tha Senate Perma Permanent
nent Permanent Subcommittee on Investiga Investigations,
tions, Investigations, for which I was counsel,
an average of only two letters
of tho 100 received each weak
uan worth further tudv.

Because of the nigh information

content of this mau, we nave as
ciano4 sn invp.stlffator and a1 num

ber of assistants to do nothing but

screen this mstenal. some 33U iei iei-it
it iei-it urepir are rhnsp.n for further

.f W van with the'taff of

Bri iniracttcrnrr.rs wp Bive it liic

present time, we cannot begin to

keep up with tnese leaas.
All letters are analyzed, answer

ed and carefully ruea. Arrange-
manta ara ma rip so that if they

cannot be handled immediately,
they will receive attention when

an investigator pecomea avauauie.
Tn anv rase, an investigation is al

ways made prior to the time that
sction is taken-publicly on any
complaint. In this way, we feel
we avoid causing harm to inno

cent parties.

Tvi,. fr m.tre tn an three-auart

Auua i .
era of our correspondence has

come from ramt ana iub uuiou
members throughout the country.
The principal charge they make
within

their owtt local union. Many al allege
lege allege misuse of power, dictatorial
:j.l-atui nrl inrimiriatinn of

rthe membership by offieials.-of loc

als of by taempiais oip.ne inter international
national international of their' unions. We also
receive a large number of com complaints
plaints complaints regarding dishonesty of of-

UClalB, IIllSUSC VX Wilu iuiiuo, .-
use of welfare and pensiwrfunds,
and collusion with dishonest man man-sgement
sgement man-sgement to the detriment of the

memoersnip.
tvui, harffe rnvar a relatively

mail mi m hp r nf unions in the li

nked States but they cover a

great many union memoers.

Organize., laoer naa
recognised these probktms and
is striving to put its own house
in order. The gravity of t h a
charge mad, tha gravity of
tho information already produced
by tho committee, makes such a
hodtecbaning Imperative. Tho
committee must also propose le legislation
gislation legislation to cope with some of
those problems.
Th. nntniiiirins of letters from

union members throughout the

country is a significant uung.
s manifestation of long-suppressed
and undemocratic orac-

tics within some labor unions
th.itnaivH in manv cases, aoa-

llKMiaw -
thy by union members hss been

respousibie ior ine capiuro w iuu
unions by unscrupulous and often
ji.knaait rtffirial. Too many

UlDUVUkU.
times, however, union constitutions
have been contrived to mimimize
the participation ot the member-
. i i iM tha

snip ana iravc iwi
hands of a few powerful persons.

oucn cenurauiauwu v. ...vw.
evitably leads to autocratic rule
nftan tn rnmiDtion. Many a

union member has thought twice

about speaking up sdouv amie
within his union because of actual
;i;i thraati nf violence.

Ul uuiuu
This is the principal cause, I

feel, for tne suaaen awaaenmg m

the union memrjersnip since ine
at art nt ntir investigation. If this

investigation leads to greater par

ticipation in union auaira uj tuc

memoers oi uieae muuu,. n wu
have accomplished one great ob-

.j0 i vak

jcyw,,. ..

WOT IS 1M -commiucc bhw-

ing the maflsgementiae oi me
ni..r rie'.v we have received

more help from management thsn

we did at toe peginiung. howbtci
we still find that some manage

ment is unwuung 10 cooperate.
Somotimos It Is bocauso of fear.
Often, H to bocauso monagnmont
wishos to retain the statue quo.
An under-tho-tible payment to
a corrupt union official saves
money everie rlgio, strict, anion
contract. Inj t h o r hwtance,
manaiontont Mi actod In collu collusion
sion collusion with certain oHshonost u u-nion
nion u-nion officials to ontor into 'sweet'
beerf contracts wtth one union
in an ondeavor to frooto out
tho organisation of their plants
by another onian, which would
aWttand more benefits and high high-mr
mr high-mr waoa scaloe.

Our committee will not nave
met Its responsibilities naleu we
have legislative suggestions follow following
ing following our bearings. The mere expo exposure
sure exposure of situations is not enough.
The headline of toaay ia ouickly

forgotten and It is only by advo

cating remedial steps tnat we wiu
have fully met those responsibili-

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NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

Communism Confidential: My

Washington intelligencer tells me:
"Subversives have many secret
weapons, but rhe most potent of
all is that good old-fashioned three

letter word Sex. they use it to
make Communism palatable to the

little faceless men and women Dy

offering them an escspe from their
repressions and frustrations. Marx

ism came into Russia on a wave

of free love. In countries whicp
have not yet been engulfed, drea dreary
ry dreary men and pimply women are
brought into the fold with prom promises
ises promises of oumle and unconvention

al delights. Female card holders

are required to snow tneir loyal-

t to the cause wnerever u wiu
10 the most aood .' Judsins from

the looks of most lady" revolution

ists, I prefer to remain a slave

ot tne capitalists.

WAY OF A MAN WITH A

MAID: Nick Adams' gift to Nata

lie Wood was a lion skin rug and
maybe she liked it more than a

Nicky Holton hotel. (What b b-came
came b-came of Nick, by the way?). .
Gary Merrill (ix Mr. Betto Da Davis)
vis) Davis) and Joanna Barnes a two twosome,
some, twosome, but is that new?. .Now

it's Pete Rugolo and Paula Hill,
the actress niece of Senator Lis-

r Hill. .The Mark Damond and

Karen Sharpe blaxe lighting up

tho Coast what a fire-

NOTES IN THE NIGHT. Patti

Phillip, the Milwaukee socialite

who plunged to ner oeatn, iinauy

achieved the "recognition" she
tried for in life in vain. She want

ed headlines but she worked for

press agent Kurt Hoffamn, get getting
ting getting headlines for others, .Jer .Jerome
ome .Jerome Zerbe. the man-about the-

world, is "chaperoning" 30 col

lege gals on a Grand Tour of Eu

rope, with Cms to tea with ms
chic friends. Call this work (Hey,

about a confidential Tour" of Eu

rope, i n willing to chaperone
fals.) . .How I hate myself when
do this, but Doris "How to Mar Marry,
ry, Marry, etc" Lilly was at the Bird

cage Bar of the Hotel Pierre with

three net one millionaires. Only

a thoid in a' gilded cage.

MORE INTERNATIONAL "In "In-CIDENT":
CIDENT": "In-CIDENT": John Schlesineer. the

South African billionaire, is due

in Mew York next month. He s a
central figure in London's current
cause celebre in which Seignon.

the Burmese model, is named as
"intervenor" (whatever -" that
means). She hotly denies it. Last

year when Schlesinger was here,
he dated Hazel Jay, a beautiful

Korean pianist (now a Hawauan
Room hostess, snd Jadine Wong,

the exotic Chinese dancer and

movie actress.

East Moot East: Jidine Seig

non and Johnny Schlesinger are

old friends. They got together in
Paris seversl years ago when Miss
Wong waa appearing ia European

films. Another Aroericsn friend of
Seignon snd Schlesinger is Gypsy
Msrkoff, tha-accordionist from Mil Milwaukee,
waukee, Milwaukee, who spends most of her

time in Paris. Jadine, Seignon and

Gypsy made an interesting trio
at Calvadss, the American pktro pktro-nizedtbar
nizedtbar pktro-nizedtbar near the Georges V. Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. I met Schlesinger at El Mo

rocco last year. He s cnarmtng
though rich, and vitally alert a

bout South African politics. Says
the Commies ind "liberals" are

putting out a distorted picture a-

DOUl conaiuona in uni uuna.

COME ON BOYS AND GALS,

LET'S QUIT THE KIDDING:

These press stents who've boon
linking pretty Eiloo Barton, the
gnet singer, with Marty (ea Mr.
Gloria Do Haven) Kbnmol and
others, "tght to know that hot-

one and only ia Vie Jarmel, of

oenerai Artists. Tito wedding data

Is set for September and Vic is

jealous about the phony Items. I
don't blanks him either. Eileen
dated Kimmel once, but that was
long ago.

I'VE GOT ALL THE ANSWERS,
MA'AM: A lady columnist on an another
other another paper innocently asks if Lord
Beaver brook saw the manuscript

of Rod Mann sensational series

about Lady Sylvia Ashley which
began in London's Sunday Express
recently. Sho opines he couldn't,
because his Lordship and her la ladyship
dyship ladyship "are such good friends."
Well, he did. In fact. ho. dictated

much of it. Seaverbrook got the
idea for the series while staying
at the Waldorf Towers. He phon phoned
ed phoned London for his star reporter

woo arrived on tne next plane.
Then it was a merry-go, round,

with Rod traveling from Holly

wood to Nassau and from tne
Sheraton opening in Philly to
Chez Vito on 60th St. tailing the
difficult lady tor -interviews. Along
the way he fell out of a cab

(while cold sober) and went hack

to deah ole Lunnon in a cast,
which is why the series, begun
last Winter about the distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished beaut who married Clark Ga Gable
ble Gable and Doug Fairbanks among

others, is just teeing the light of
dsy now.

I WONDER WHAT BECAME

OF: -Georgie JesseL Karen Han Hansen,
sen, Hansen, his former "steady" and com comic
ic comic Marty Allen (Allen and De De-Wood;
Wood; De-Wood; are readying for a rabbi.

Karen, of Scandinavian v ancestry,
told my agent she's going to go

to synagogue "to study the

script.
WHAT'S HE WAITING FOR? A
gent ever nameless here out his

Initials are "T.M." and his 10th

wife, tall and lovely Pat Gaston

of the Follies, are at the stage
expected of them. She's is San

Antonio and be s in Mew xora

tawa 'imm ittilnfa a,.

fwtaY-Go-ftou.JD

ty MIW MAISON ':
mmmmmmmmm mmm in i 1mm

and not talking nicely about her
either at 3iUy Reed's Little Club.

HERE, THERE AND NO NOWHERE:
WHERE: NOWHERE: Sally Todd (she's a film

starfot features in "The Unearth

ly") Is plenty earthy about Ron
Schor, the shoe tycoon. Question:
What's a shoe tycoon, momma?
Answer: Harry Kerle I a shoo
tycoon! He's tho guy who lust
bouoht Mario MacDonald a now
mink after their divorce!.. .Gi .Giant
ant .Giant Striopar Ricki Govettu unpoels
a six eight chassis, but her best

boy friend is five foot Tom my j

Russell, singer Bob Manning's a a-geiny,
geiny, a-geiny, .Dolores Hart, the babe
who plays Presley's love Interest,

Mined to have her own at the

Syosset Villa Victor; I mean Pete

porrestai, son of the late socrota
ry.

I'm Light In Tho Head, Too:
Before she became Miss New York
and went to Hollywood, Sanita
Pelkey dined at Ed Wynn's gay
Harwyn with former Magistrate
Louis Fusco, Jr. Now he's eating
there with Jeri Downey. .Harry
Odzer. millionaire veep of Miami
Beach's fantastic Eden Roc, is
quite a little "Cupid" at that, and
pardon me please, that's a word
I never use. Just finished recon reconciling
ciling reconciling the Eden Roc's fabulous
prexy, I mean Harry Mufson and
his lovely Iris, after which he
plaved the hcarts-and-flowers bit
at El Morocco's Champagne Room
so effectively that Jerry Gilden,

the big dress manufacturer, pro

posed to pretty HarDsra -ijisnop,
a Memphis socialite with stage as aspirationsand
pirationsand aspirationsand she said "Yes."
WISDOM OF A WHITE WAY
wolf- Vnu ilnn't have to be

indicted for murder to get a life

sentence. "Win You marry me?"
wfll do as good..

WW Is On Vacation.

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WASHINGTON The Inside story

of the backing-and-tiiung over, the

scnooi Dili, is a sorry one. rnougn
the Secretary of Health, Educa-
tinn anl .Walfara' ntariAM jTI ITil-

sora, a former big businessman

and director of the U.S.- Cham

ber of Commerce, did his best to

pass, the bill,.. he actually -got

Daiwed out by the President ior

ms pains.

wnat Happened was that roi-

som announced to the oress early

last weeit tnat lie was comment
President Eisenhower would throw

ms weight bemnd the school DilL
He knew, though be didn't say
so, that the President had pulled
all sorts uf wires to .block Hells
Canyon, to pass foreign aid and
originally to pass a strong civil
rights bill. Ha also knew that the
President bad gone on record in
speech afters speech last fail for
aid to education, had a also back backed
ed backed it in a message to Congress.

00 ne was sure tne f resident
would get on the nhone to key

Congressional leaders to help pass
the bill. r

. But GOP loader Chariie Hal-,
leek of Indiana begged Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower not to support the school
bill. Tho bill had certain com compromise
promise compromise aspects worked out by
the most loyal Eiomhower Re Republicans
publicans Republicans tho : President has on
Capitol Hill Congressman Pe Pe-tor
tor Pe-tor Froltnghuyson of New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey and Sam McCormoll of Penn Pennsylvania,
sylvania, Pennsylvania, But Hatleck porsusded
Eisenhower to' ODDOtn it.

Following Secretary Folsom's

statement 'hit he was sure ike

would throw his weieht behind

me Din, tne Laoinet onicer was
actually summoned to the White
House and reprimanded.
On top of this, Eisenhower can canceled
celed canceled his regular, Wednesday news
conference because it would have

preceded tha scheduled vote in

the House and he was sure to be

asked about bit support of the

school bill.

The fact that the school bill lost

by only five votes indicates how

nttie push it would have taken
from the White House to pass it.
The final school bill was Repub Republican
lican Republican drafted, exactly as Ike wan wanted
ted wanted it. After the Democrats ac accepted
cepted accepted this Eisenhower version.

however, two ot ike's own lead

ers Charlie Hallec and Leslie
Arends of Illinois voted against
it. M;

Right after the war. when cars

were scarce, Charlie- H a 1 1 e c k
sported two Cadillacs .around

Washingron, He won the nick

name "Two-Cadillac Charlie." But

last week when he, saw that a
school bill might pass, he want wanted
ed wanted no new schools for school chil
dren, H went over to Congress Congressman
man Congressman Howard Smith of Virginia,
leader of the Republican-Dixiecrat
coalition, and ? whiSoered in his

earv Speaker-jJSamjt Rtyburnalso
went over and whispered to Smith.

Smith then moved to strike, the
enacting clause of the school bill.
Bv five votes he won.

For another year the school bill

is dead. V v
MAN FROM MAINE
Certain New England Republic Republicans
ans Republicans will be secretly pleased if
the Democrats take a careful look
or even defeat the confirmation of
Fred C. Scribner to be Undersec Undersecretary
retary Undersecretary of the Treasury.
Reason is that Scribner once
tried to defeat GOP Sen. Marga Margaret
ret Margaret Chse Smith; second, Scribner
is hot an effective Republican.
After the Sail Francisco con convention
vention convention last year, Scribner, as
Republican' Nstional Committee Committeeman,
man, Committeeman, announced he was rollmg
up his sleeves for a smashing vic victory
tory victory in Maine.". Result: Mama e e-lected
lected e-lected a Democratic Congressman
for the first time in years, nearly
lost a second Congressman; and
in Scribner's own district, Cura. Cura.-berland
berland Cura.-berland County, a six-Republian
assembly membership was reduc reduced
ed reduced to one Republican and five
Democrats.
At San Francisco, incidental-,
ly, Scribner had defied a reso resolution
lution resolution of the Maine GOP con con-vantion
vantion con-vantion that Senator Smith's 1

name must bo placed In we-
, mination for Vim ProsidemV and
tried to Keep her name from be.
ing mentioned. He was former
campaign manager for Senator?
Smith's opponent when she sur sur-prised
prised sur-prised tho nation by winning in
1948.
: TlamArafa. hflira in avrallant

cuse to gp after Scribner's Senate
confirmation on the ground that
politics hat been mixed with the
income tax, collecting agency of
government. It's traditional that
anyone serving in the key and ve-

jy sensiuve pusi ui vreuei ai vuuu vuuu-sel
sel vuuu-sel of the Treasury, which was the
final say on tax, cases, be icily
aloof from poblics.
However; Scribner stepped from
general couns.4 of the Kepublican
National Committee into the v job
of General Counsel of the Trea Treasury.
sury. Treasury. Furthermore, he kept his
job as GO? National Committee Committeeman
man Committeeman from Maine This is unpre unprecedented.
cedented. unprecedented. FRANCO OR FREEDOM?
. Five bpanisa taiioii who don't
hue uictaior iraucu ana jumped
tup uoui ivvo Aoruiec u.u. ues ues-troeis
troeis ues-troeis woicu we ave to iauco.
am tvuti iub uiu'i'jr-gu tuuua
a out v.a. auuiomies ia Los au au-imvi.
imvi. au-imvi. Auey uebytiaieiy waut 10
uv ui rn.tA.ico, tuu jucaiCO u win wining
ing wining lu Ut lUtai. out rmiltO ue3 ue3-ptiSmiy
ptiSmiy ue3-ptiSmiy wauu ueiu uacn, ', and
iUIU. vilaiie C. nJfluiai Of uio
u.a, iSvy, wgeiner wiui ihjs uu uu-iiUi
iiUi uu-iiUi auou oeince, is UeipiUK m au-'
co. -
Half an hour before the Span Span-isn
isn Span-isn snips wore to pun our or t,o
rtngoHM, nowavai, aimiiy u. a.
uikinct juaga iiiurmony .ierK
iooi( ftiy mi tnm, pwrmmoa
mem to lenuin in tne vov un until
til until im ruios eunr tor rranco or
tor tneir rroooom. may raid
mm ir returnee to pin' mey
coma never gr oo, mignr oo
snot.
ifieanwhile, irancy's ouicials in
Wawmiguiu aie presautuig ior
their return. Meanwhile also, of official
ficial official Washington was passing tne
bucK. Said Kooert Cranuis, spokes spokesman
man spokesman for. the immigration iServ iServ-ice:
ice: iServ-ice: "When persons seek political
asylum, the justice Dpartment fol follows
lows follows State Department policy."
Said Lincoln White, spokesman
for the State Department: "Those

are strictly matters ior tne just justice
ice justice Department."
NOTE in appealing to Judge
Clark, A. L. Warren, Civil liber

ties union attorney, cited tne
case of Andre Artukovich, that'
Himmler uf Yugoslavia, who as
Hitler's puppet Minister of Just Justice
ice Justice in occupied Yugoslavia help helped
ed helped murder one million' Serbs and
jewi. The tame Federal court in
IM aairalaa villaA rhat na aAiiM va'

M nuB.a ,W.u ..M a.v W
mate,Hnth.lJSAiV Artukovichl
murdered thousands of people,'?,
argued Warren. "These' boys only
jumped ship."
Adla! Spending End
01 Vacation
In Greai Britain
LONDON, Aug. 3 (UP) Ad Ad-lad
lad Ad-lad Stevenson arrived in Britaia
by air today for the last three
days of a two-week vacation
trin around Xurope and Africa.
The twice-defeated Democra Democratic
tic Democratic Presidential candidate arriv arrived
ed arrived here by air from Parls.: H

plans to fly to New York either
Sunday Or Monday. :
Stevenson said that of all the
countries he had visited he was
impressed most by Ghana the

new state in Africa. Questioned

by newsmen at London. Airport

regarding his comments on the
racial situation In South Africa

which drew angry replies from
South African ministers he said

I have nothing to add. but r da

feel the position Is a little dis disheartening."
heartening." disheartening." j

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Arthur MacKenzie of Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn wants to know how you can
transfer to diamonds when using
both Stayman and the transfer

You do it in two bids, not one.;

North's, two-club response was
Stayman and South's retyd of
two hearts correctly showed that
he held four cards in that suit.
North's second bid of three dubs
said, "Forget, about Stayman.
My two-club bid was the start of
a transfer to my suit, diamonds-'

South's second rebid of three
diamonds- was the compulsory
response to the transfer. North
raised to four diamonds. He only
held three points in high eards
but he still wanted to be in- five
diamonds if South'sJ no-trump
included the right cards for him.
South went on to ; five dia diamonds,
monds, diamonds, .'He knew that North
would show up .with a freak
hand of some sort and, that Ws
aces and kings would be helpful.
If his no-trump had been prin principally
cipally principally in queens and Jacks he
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ExfSsquadr f jSto tew to shelter. Scouts doing the work are Larry Eastman, Butch Loar.' Kenny -.Am-',
S and cSdon AUen. Aifr the product is completed it will pro vide-a shelter to accommodate six Vmr

afA una Ylnh

It is interesting to note that it

North and South' naa not oeen
using the transfer bid North
micht well have gone down at

five -diamonds.

East would have opened m&
niiiH. nnri North would

t-..- ,nA tn mgVan rrlinlal de-

oision at 'trick one. If he guessed

right and went tup w.n aum aum-mv's
mv's aum-mv's ace he would make his

contract dui u ne nau iiu..

South had no trouble making-h return would have set
five diamonds. He lost one trump ju0 mm 7" , J?

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Bible Society
Official Due
Here Next Friday
Roy I. Madsen, secretary of the
churches department of the Amer American
ican American Bible Society, will arrive on
the Isthmus next Kriday, as guest
of Rev. J. W. LimKemann of Cris

tobal,

: During his one day stop-over
Madsen' will confer with church
leaders. Madsen represents the So
riptv in its nssnpiation with the dif

ferent denominations. An advisory

council, With reoresentauves irom
each 'denomination meets anual anual-lw
lw anual-lw in Npu Vnrlt to review, the

uinHr nf thi s.ipiptv and tA makt

recommendations for its work and
KUDDOrt. "

A Rotansn, Madsen was guest

the Rotary Clutf of Sao Paulo, Bra-

zii, wnere ne auenaea me unuea
Bible Societies Conference.
- Ho unit lpavs Aarlv Safnrrlav

for, New York City-where his 01-

heaSquarters at 450 Park Avenue.

Stomach Gases

Are Dangerous
Stomach acidi are tiangeroua, because

vxceaa acidity irritates the -delicate

membranea of the atomach and this
frequently results in gastritis fre'

quently accompanied by stomach ulcers
of a' dangerous mature. food, sours,
forming dangerous gases which. di

lates the stomach and Interfere with the
normal functioning of vital internal
organs.
The worse thing to do Is to disregard
this serious condition or to 'try to cor correct
rect correct It with the aid of ordinary anti-

acids which really do not do the Job
of neutralizing; stomach adds. Instead.

get a package of Neutracid and after
every' meal dissolve a reaspoonful In ,a
half glass of water. This will regulate

your stoma cn, neutralize excess acidity
and prevent its formation, without caus

ing any Inconvenience. Neutracid is
harmless to the stomach, costs very- lit little,
tle, little, and is sold at all drugstores. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands of persons have used It and can

row enjoy their meals without ducom
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( HOW MANY FOR GOD?
One-tevenlh of your time belongs lo Cod, it ii "holy lot
the lord" (Ex. 31:15). Sunday it not yours lo do as you
wish. It is a day divinely set aside (or worship and spirit spiritual
ual spiritual refreshment.' H is tfi lord's Day.
$ YOU BELONG

CHRIST'S HOUSE 6N CHRIST'S DAY

4.

, 9 :30 SUNDAY. SCHOOL (Class for all ages)

This is the age of education; but what about God's word-do'
- f you -study the Scripture? Study with us this Sunday.
i 0:40 'THREE VIEWS OF LIFE" :
A Christian lives in 3 spheres; are you living in all three?
5:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
With six departments there's one for you.
i' 7:30 CAMP, "EC HOES
wng people from Camp Taboga will be. featured,
Message"WHAT IS YOUR LIFE ?"
' FUa NURSERY.SERVICE RADIO HOXO
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

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- SeaBoned Sauce ;

Tasty combination of Iresh' and ripe tomatoes,

0: paprika, onions, tnushroorns,1 (or meat), salt and
I' spices.; So 'staple' to' use; satisfies the, most de-)
5 Beats palate'. Maggl Seasoned Sauce adds flavor.

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-K' wlUi'''spe,ghettL meats,
omelets aid sea foods.
Buy a few cans, today.

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s"The Secret fo a .'
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. "The BARON.'' calvDso sintrar Don. Brvant. "Will "bat M.C.

' ; and featured singer in the Club 4:30, Friday Saturdays
, and Sundays, accompanied by the Carol Greavet ;
. Trio; (Nightcap on-the-house 4:30, am, FrL A Sa4.); .
. ; y ZIGGY &.ZAGGY, .ntertaining duo, selected a$ the best

act at last Wednesday s variety snow; tso win enter

tain at the Club 4:30.

SUNDAY. BRUNQI DANCE

.featuring LOPEZ

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UNO"! DANCE !- 't T
. from 11:30 a.tnto 3:30 p.m. Z &v
the' MAGICIAN,. held over by ,f :' '.'r
d, this Sinday $nd'ntxt ; '5 v: u 1 .;:

nenulnr 4wnftnd

r-r- wr"; j" .w j -- t
Choice of complimentary cocktaif,-delicious brunch ;T"

menu, and music by Lucho'Azcarraga's ,Trto.. 2u5.

TEDNXSDAYtVARIETY NIGHT. J
-4 sparkling sycts from 10 p.m. next Wednesday In the
' Balboa Bar. The Baron will be m.c. T

EXTRA' SPECIAL! DOLORES .nd hr P10
" will start in the Balboa. Bar beginning next Wednesday!

If

'.Thai nrnneriv, HitnnsaT office an

nounces .three sales of surplus it

ems on Aug. 5, ana zo ,in ouuaing
No. 706, Coroz.il, -,
The Aug. 5 dale, beginning at
9:30 a.m. will offer for sale steam
boilers; Woodworking saws; and
miscellaneous scrap items con consisting
sisting consisting of rubber inner tubes, woo wooden
den wooden chest, and poles window
screens, metal and wooden, louv
res; and pthfr, valuable, items.
ft . t i 'i
;.L An Atitf Id fh O a m tuim, urill

feature such miscellaneous items

as shafts, rods,: pistons, gears,
transmissions, terminals, resistors,
pump assemblies, block, axles,
cable, linings and other useful pro properties.
perties. properties. '
At 9 a.m.' on Aug.' 26, for- Sale
niill k. vrin r.i-nrirtial 1nreH

in Venesueh, Peru; Guatemala,

nam ana uosts wca. iney in include
clude include quartcar ton, three-quarter-ton
and half -ton '.(rucks and five-pas
senger sedans.
'Sealed bids for all the above
listed properties will be accepted
up until the hour of the sale of
the respective properties.
Vnr further fnfnrtnatlnn th nr6

perty disposal officer at Corozal

85-4149 may oe contactea,

TILL SATURDAY, AUGUST 10
SALE!
$10,000.00 worth of
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MRS. R. LOPEZ FABREGA ENTERTAINS
HIVES OF DELEGATES TO CONGRESS
Mrs, Roberto Lope Fabrega, wife of. the Ministe rof
Public Works of Panama, will entertain the wives of the
delegates to the Seventh Panamerican Highway Congress at
a tea in the Golf Club of Panama on Tuesday afternoon.
This morning; the ladie sen joyed a shopping expedition
In Panama's exotic baiaars, while the delegates went on a
trip to the city of penonome the over the Jnier-Amerlcan
highway. '

Miss tiki Altman
Feted On Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Diamond
will be Hosts tonight at a, surprise
birthday dinner party for their
nicre. Miss Elki Altman, and

inembers Df the family at tyie Sky
Chef to Panama.
Miss Altman has been spending

the summer with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Altman of' -El

Cangreio, and will return in Sep

tember to resume her studies at
the University of California in Los
Angeles.
First Child Born
To Mr. And Mrs. Parry.
Mr. ana Mrs. Bruce G. Perry

of Balboa announce the arrival

of their first child, Lorraine Mich Michelle,
elle, Michelle, on July 26.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. W. 0. Fellon of Ancon.
Mrs. Meehan, Daughters
t 4 e...

j Mrs. Dorothy Meehan
daughters Irene and Carla
leave for tre States Sunday

'.plane.
i Mrs. Meehan will attend a meet meeting
ing meeting of .the American Association
for University Women in Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, and Irene and Carla will
.visit with friends on Long Island.

and
will
by

! Signal Officers'
(Wives Held MM'ing
I The USARCARIB Signal Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Wives Club held their
; monthly coffee and business meet meeting
ing meeting on July 25, at the home of
Mrs. William Brookshire, with

Mrs. Willard Flint acting as co co-hostess.
hostess. co-hostess. ;
Mrs. Donald Clark, past -crair-man
of the club, sent a mahoga mahogany
ny mahogany gavel to be uaed by her suc successors.
cessors. successors. Mrs. Donald Clark, past chair chairman
man chairman introduced Mrs. Flint as the

chairman of the hospitality com

mittee, and Mrs. Marian Smith,

Mrs. John Grill. Mrs. Rod Mea

ny, and Mrs. Alfred Bynum will

serve as members of the commit
tee.

Mrs. Alan Jackson was present

ed with a sterling silver spoon as

a farewell gift. She and Lt. Jack

son are returning to the States in

August.

Members and guests attending

were Mesdames William Radlke,
George Thurmond, Alan Jackson,
John Zachary, Fred Winslow, Al Alfred
fred Alfred Bynum, Clifford Jackson,
Rod Meaney, and Cecil McDan-iel.

Pacific Navy Wives
Plan Splash Party
The Pacific Navy Wives' Club
is holding a "splash party" on
Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the Rod Rodman
man Rodman Naval Station swimming

pool.

The last "splash party" held bv

the club was a great success. All

old and new members, their hus

bands, and guests are invited to

bring their bathing suits and at

tend the -party. Cost per berson

is 50 cents for "all you can eat."

Balboa announce the birth on Aug.
1 of their first grandson and third
grandchild, Stephen Charles, bom
to Everett and Betty Dillmau of
Albuquerque. New Mexico.. -The
new baby's father was a

Balboa Hieh graduate In '1950.

After serving with the Armed

Forces he was graduated from

the University of New Mexico,
class of '57, and is now studying

for his master's degree jn dusi

ness administration, specializing

in industrial relations.

Mr. and. Mrs. Charles Deiley of

Albuquerque are the maternal
grandparents.
B.T.U. Members
Have Skating Party v

Members of the Intermediate B.
T.U. of the First Baptist Church
of Balboa Heights and guests en en-joyed
joyed en-joyed a skating party at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Rollerdrome on Thursday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Members attending were:
Betty Joyce Boatwright, Dicky
and Billy Snyder, Carolyn Davis,
Richard Kiegly Sue Freeman,
Nancy Bryant,; Patricia Cbisholm,
Carol Wentsler Joyce Whaler, Don

Barger, Ken Coleman, Dave Jen

kins and Steven McDaniel; and
their guests, John Snyder and

Jim Webb, missionaries from E-

cuador and Bolivia, who have

been spending some time on the
Zone.

Board Will Meet Nov. 4 To Select
Reserve Personnel For Promotion

First Grandson For
Mr. And Mrs. Dillmn

Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Dillman of

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher, who

are also serving as missionaries

in Ecuador and have been visiting

the Zone, also enjoyed the skat

ing. They are leaders of tha, youth
group. Following the skating, the

grdup met, at the Diablo Heights

service center for refreshments.
Card Croup Te Hold
Monthly Meeting

The Card group of the Balboa

Woman's Club will meet next

Thursday at 12:30 at the Fort A
mador Officers' Open Mess. Host

esses for the itey will be Mrs. Mol

ly Johnson, Mrs. Marie Days, and
W W T .

A' selection board will be con

vened at Department of the A

my on or about Nov. 4. to consid

er Reserve commissioned officer;

except those of the Army Medical

Service, on active fluty u com

missioned officers, -warrant offic

ers. or enlisted men for Derma'

nent Reserve promotion to tht

grades of captain, major and lieu
tenant colonel, Headquarters U.S

Army Caribbean announced this

week. -.

The board will be formed under

the provisions of paragraph 15

AR 133-155.

Officers who hold highe AUS

grades will not be considered

: Zones, of consideration are as

follows P 1 .

To lieutenant colonel: male mat

ori with both 17 years total com commissioned
missioned commissioned service and seven years

promotion service as ox Oct, 31,
1958.

To majors all captains with both

12 years total commissioned serv

ice and seven years promotion

service as of Oct. 21. 1958.

To captain: all first lieutenant

wth both six .years total commis

sioned service and four years pro

motion service as of uct. 3L 1858.

jnames oi eligible officers will

be submitted by the Adjutant Gen,

erars office to the selection board.

Selections will be made, hv th

luuy quaiuiea metnod. ,,

xno recommendations in ronnee

tion with these promotions .are re-

Three Sergeants 'N
Get Chilean Duty
Tour Extended

Those planning to-attend are

NOW

BfUBLE QUANTITY

A team of three sergeants front

the 17th Ordnance (DS) Company

at corozal has had their Chilean
temporary duty tour, extended from
90 to 120 days.
SFC. Delbert R, Rawhoser team
captain, Sfc. John Chiles aid Sgt.
Juan Campos left On May 2, this
year, for Antofogasta to instruct
members of the Chilean, Army in

the maintenance and repair of

wheeled and. track vehicles and
armaments
They will now return on approx approximately
imately approximately Sept. 1 after spending
another 30 days in Santiago where
they will be instructing at .the
Chilean Army Mechanized School.

asked 'to call Mrs. Luce at 2-1488
before Wednesday.

Mr. And Mrs. Madura
Leave For Europe.
' Mr. and Mrs. Larry Maduro
will leave tonight for a pleasure

trip through Europe. They plan to

visit all the principal cities and

places of interest during v theic
tour, ,

"uired, i U.S.' Army" Caribbean an

oiwcd.. but eliele officers who

lesire' ta submit written commu-

lcations for consideration by the
joard under the provisions of par par-Igraph
Igraph par-Igraph 12b, AR, 135-155. will for

ward such communication through

Channels to The Adjutant .Gener .General's
al's .General's Office, ATTNr"AGPR-AP v ;
...... .- ..
Communications should arrive no

later than 30 days in advance of

date selection board Vill convene.

Additional information on:the, se

lection board may be found in Sec

tion III, Circular 33, Headquarters

u.s. Army Caribbean, dated July

"'Each notice. for Inclusion in this
column should, be submitted m
type-writtra f mm and' mailed e
the baa number listed daily in 'So -cial
and OthtrwiM," er delivered
ha.id te the office. Notices of
; meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone si

Rosary Altar Society

Moot in Margarita

, The Rosary Altar Society of the

Holy t amuy Church in Margarita

will receive Communion at the

7:30 a.m. Mass tomorrow.

me society wiu hold its -ee

irlar meeting Monday night at 7:30

p.m .

Royal1 Palm Chapter

Te Meet Monday ;

Royal Palm Chanter No. 2. Or

der, of Eastern star,- will hold a

meeting on Monday evening at

30 in the Cristbbal Masonic Tem

ple for business and initiation.

Mrs. Clara M. Chambers. P.W.M.

will' preside 'in the absence of the

Worthy Matron, Mrs. Gladys Con-

ley,

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TSGT. ORILLE C. MOREHOUSE (left) took place last week at the Albrook Scout shack:,
No. 15, receives the troop charter for flsoal year 1958 from CWO Morris S. Roberts, 'institu 'institutional
tional 'institutional .representative. The ceremony which scoutmaster of Albrook AFB's Boy Scout Troops
is observed by Capt.' Dallas L. Nash, Boy Scout committee chairman. (Official USAF Photo) 1

P.

Livingston-Rolna

Wadding at AlbrooH

Mr. and Mrs. Ernesto A. Relna

of Panama announce the marriage

yesterday of their daughter, Vil Vil-ma
ma Vil-ma A., to Mr. John R. Livinston,

son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark.W.

Livingston of Aurora, 111.

The wedding took place in tre

chapel at Albrook Field.

The meeting is being dedicated

to the "Youth of the Order,"; and

back-to-school theme will be us

ed throughout the evening. A so
cial hour will follow tne .meeting.
Boy 'Scouts
To Meet

A meeting of the executive

board of the International : Boy

Scout of the Canal Zone will be

held at the Paraiso High School

tomorrow morning at 9 oclock.

Important matters will be up for

discussion and all members are

urged to be present, j -'a

' LAMOURNE, EnAuJJ?w
(UP) Ben Lastowski. 44.v put

his glider down in a patrue while
taking part ?n 'Britain's -national
gliding championships.' .-
i
, A herd of rows grazing nearby
didn't like the intrusion. Led by

a big bull, the cows surrounded
Lastowski for two hours before
help came.,. ,.'?

AAA Reports Win s
In Drive Against
Ga. Speed Traps

WASHINGTON. Aug. 3 (UP)

The American Automobile Associ Association
ation Association .reported a victory -today ,'9

its campaign against "speed
traps" and heavy speeding fines
in Georgia.

It said Gov. Marvin Griffin has

promised that no speed trap,! will
be operated by,1 the stater highway
patrol. Furthermore,- .state ouhor

Hies win put up tiignway signs
warning motorist of lccally main

tained speedjtraps.-- .'".'

4
Some email Georgia towns, par

ticularly along j the main.: tourist

routes to Florida, have. beep ac

cused ; ofusing speed. vtraps as a

revenue-producing device. ;r( ;

.Griffin 8.114 they chave' used

"trickerv and mniust oroceoures

In- ortler to draiir the tourist doi-

ars that. t)ass through this : stae.

He also 'conceded here- )iave beon
J)ntin'ces ': "were ""motorists were
apprehended1 aiij'ffltefrogafed by

enforcement officer using uesta-

po-hke methods:'

Hereafter, the governor and the

AAA said, motorist can : expect
"more hospitable treatment in
Georgia.' f

t:Z:r r-; If-

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to 6 fljOAllOMA
p&h fiackaqsi

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COiUMUNITY CHAPEl

DIABLO HEIGHTS
PR E S E N T S

JOSE SILVA

Associate Pastor of the largest Evisigelical, -chuvch
io Columbia.
11:00 a.m. Sunday August 4th .,
Be sure and hear this young Minister of the Gospel.

ONE SERVICE ONLY

v.

Sunday School classes for all the family 10:00 a.m.
SING-TIME at 6:30 p.m.-Fellowship hour 7:30 p.m..
"The End Of Your Search For A Friendly Church" -Rev.
Carl V. Thompson, Pastor..

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BRADFORD, "PA:

i " ' ' (NEA TelephOto)
IN A NEW ROLE in the first picture published since he en
':. tered the. Oh4o State Penitentiary In Columbus, on July 20,
. 1955, Dr,' Samuel Sheppard Is1 seen at the microphone acting
i as master of ceremonies for ''vandals Scandals," an amateur
variety show presented by inmates for fellow convicts; Dr.

V Sheppard is serving a life sentence for the murder of his wife.
.", V'" Marilyn. .,

ur.oam s Lawyers mum un nextMove

To Free Osteopath From Slaying

': COLUMBUS, phio (UP) Attor

neys in the Di: Samuel H. Shep Sheppard
pard Sheppard murder ; case marked time

today, waiting to see what hap

pens next in the. controversial

case.' t- ' i.
j,. Defense attorneys for the con

victea wife :- siayer : ooiainea a

"confession" from. Donald 'Joseph

Wedier, 23. in Deiand, ia,. last

week. . v

Defense attorneys have- been

close-mouthed a bout, the next

move in an eff ort to ,free the
handsome osteopath serving a 'life

term lor his vite s murder.
' Defense attorneys have indicat

ed thev may "seek to have Wedier

brought to Ohio to face triaW They
i . i i i

aiso wuicaieu nicy may ass icu icu-eral
eral icu-eral court to release Dr. Sam on

a write of habeas corpus. This

would force the state to prove Dr.
Sam is rightfully imprisoned..
-" Cenfasses Killing
Wedier,. now in a Deland, Fla.,
jail as an escaped cCnvict. said he
killed a woman near ..Cleveland
July 4, 1954, who may. hav,e been
Marilyn Sheppard. '
Defense attorneys said Ms story
added, Op with the known-facts.
County authorities said after
questioning Wedier in Florida bis

story was a hoax. '
Sheppard'a ettorneys : p l a n to
confer sooa wih Sheppard'a rela relatives
tives relatives in Cleveland about the next
move, s ; ; i
Cuyahoga C o uti t y Prosecutor
John Corrigan, no relation to De Defense
fense Defense Atty.. William. Corrigan, said
he would study any matter the
attorneys submit to him.? Corrigan
said he would decide whether to
ask for Wedler's extradiUonto
Ohio for a -..hearing". ; -r
Play Fer Freedonr,?
Some officials; expressed. the
view that Wedier may be playing
a' ; game for his own t freedom. -They
said he' could be brought
here and frewd bv Ohio ,uthoii-

ties,if they .decide not to. charge
him with th-3 murder..'.-;' i

It would then be UD to the stale

of Florida to pay for his return
to that state. If Florida declined.

he Would be tree. '-.

They also pointed out Wedier

has a 10-year-term in : Florida for

burglary, plus whatever penalty is
levied for escaping from a road
gang. If convicted in. Ohio ior
second degree, the charee uoon

which Dr. Sam is imprisoned, he
would be eligfbie for narole in 10

years. By then Florida might

want to forget him. .

lmirlkaUrs: CIA. C1XNOS. S A.
PANAMA v COLON

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THOSE TERRIFIC

SILVAS

from Chile !!; 1 .'.

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i - .. ;
vocal quartet --harp dud
guitar trio &jdance act!

Direct, from 'Hotel Taruanaco in Caracas, VenezueIaV A
1 Set this versatile' group in the Bella Vista Rooiir
, for a limited engagement
,.TWO DIFFERENT SHOWS NIGHTLY NO COVER NO MINIMUM
Sot. & Sun. 9 p.m. ond 12 midnight Mon." thru TJur$.s9 and 1130 p.m.

After the show, try your luck in the
; exciting CASINO-m-the-SKY!

A Ktrkrhj Hotel



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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
RATHtQAT. AJJpTJST S, 1957"
page rm

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vChurch cf Christ
i f' -, i '
i l'W.'. Burrow. Evangelist
, Telephone t-MOa
kALBOA: aa. Wbo toi-., y
US).'. W ara... an.. --
Servicaa ouoaay J.IV-S
UO ABAJC". House No. SOU St
.sunoav :
Unitarian
fits,.
UMUAHIAN
MftUSTl.
liou i v
' Bid. M3,
AncoO Blvd.
. Mamey pieee
(out loviurttae
t abend
religion.
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V, , phone
".. F. PwikV Peele
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11:00 e-m
COO PJ
Sunday h0t, '"!!.
uomliaB Worship
vaniul Worahlp
raycr A"W1,.., 100
RnaniDB Bible.
U1V1I
ScbOO
teothwiior" ; ; 1M pm
:SKG w
B.lhna Mailht, C- K.
- 67 An coo Boulevard
. -4- Phone Italboo 17
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J : fcundor School. ,
t. soca'cx. -V
Buiidine Wfe Fhat-2M
M!0a ltoltoae Meotta.
CuJafeoV,,-j
Sunday Sc-hoot-
' 11:00 HuUnaaa .MUn ...
tCapcttv SyeiM faylat' , ,,t1
le baase.iuuiia, , ;1 ,
0O&OM tioiib amiKT :y
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BAIRBOV CITS. CX .' -'
Btrnvoy 1U.
St. Kitla and Jamaica Street'
114 HoJtaaaa Mootlnav
' patVadey School.
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COLON CKNIBAL
ktelor rapW an Mnv C Mnaiaaemj.
4th Stwgt Phonoi M-741
Union huitkss
HAESABITA
' Aa Xaverand Thoodora t franklia.
VaMnr rneno a-iw.
U aJB, Church School. X
I UMul Morninf Worahlp. t
. tjopj. Touts reltowihlp. ..;
t jo m' imim aaU
e5.i a-4'a sa.; a-ua
Sunday Soivh-oa: : i
' Ctfaelai mootmaj and wookrdaar oabV
Uiao a aanaunacd. .,
Methodist
flu fa-rriMMMirt ctalixoi
' M m. WU!la U. Anmfroaf
rt lrk a f aaaaai Uay
H m. aWomtng li oiot aatd taraii
d p-aa. mar Ma
:)I an. twonf rTad nai
. f j.n pt.itni,Lt- cncivua
. lea Scree aad atioadai Avoawa.
' ObMoj. KP
I BU- in I OiUa
: f3 am, atorama
waiaoe
, fciiear Scrvteaa am and J pja.
kT tVAMi h au opo at a-30 p.
-Ta lawHaO To eraoihta.
i 7 .. m miiiii
Christizn Scientist
, Caun-b o Chrm. PwnBH. Aaoai

iiimi ii u. umimd aeo ova
I k.o ScAoa a 4 o-
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I ; nj) l om dw uor
, tu-'vf V- o as
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" Church of th man faith la h Caaal Zana. an4 tka tarmjaal JUi
af Panama an4 Colaa, RapublJc aama. axtan4 wlcam at aM
timai to man and woman af tha armed tarvicw and-1 civilian !-,
, !-, kart, friandi and ttrangan, 1 t j
" V Af a public tcrvica, Tha Panama Amarican llita fcalaw, by danaml danaml-'
' danaml-' nation, ftatica of hour af wanhlp and athar rafular aetivltlai, i
I U,. Liatina ara ratatad from tima to time. Oaneminafiant harma anl
.. pnar twa aanfrafatama; ara tad ndar "Otbr Churchai tV Sarvkaa.
- A apacial liitinp k included far aervkei at Army porta, Air Force beaea r
and Naval atatiena. ..'is r
Miniatart, church aecratario andChplaine ara aaked ta inform tf
.; aw deak in writint by Wodnowiay aoon at tha lateat af any ahamjaa
- far the earning Saturday' chpreh fM.-

Sunday Maonot 7 UK). B:04. 10:00 and
u:uu a.m. -.i i
Hdlv Da aoawaai ax
a..-.. l ia lM
i on t a 00 am. Thuradajh teiart
Miaeulauo Idodal NovanoJ. 70, pjn.
Caeochlans.elaaP' After the 0
""High1 sSiool Study aub IJ0 tun. ee
wodhoaday. i .
J SACBEV BEAST ftaeoa
Holy DayinuM') i and :0C
"'Cohfoaalona; Saturday and
7sl& to a:oe p.m. auuioj ww"
Jrrl Haart DovoUcSal AJO.
PLIJ.... '
Catichlam Ctoaat Sd ta 4:tt pjai en
Thuraday. s
OUB LADY OF W ATMA Curoada
Sunday Maa at a0 aja.
Holy Day Maa at 30 P "-
CmAaaalonai d:0 ta : PA 0B St-
fTatArhim ciaarr omiuiw aw w w
ST. JOIKiH Paralao.
Junday Maaaaa at 74)0 and t;li a.m.
aaaoa at ixn ana a
Mac at :0e p.m.
Holy Day
rhalMu: BAturdasr I JO ta 'M and
JO to.7:0.
CatacJVam wuovi aunoay ow wwn.
Mtraniiaua' Uedtt Hovanat 1M p.m
on .ria.J. u -u.m..
niniPTi lnamiEUDiai iiuip
J ST. VINCENTt Fanama ary
, Sunday Moaaoo: !'.JT.
11 it tmm nm fiatl'mUV tka ItUM OM
(:00 ana aaa aja.
via -aa ntM. tkumIavo awfooa First
hfTlday 7:J0 p.m.
don of tha Croas: Friday 70 PJO.

auaalf1! ri...' a o.m. Tuaodu and

- a- iinritrMA'
a ar a.A .a.
Holy ftay Mant 4:0 aJ. (tt It faH
Monday. JL. Ua.
Couaanoaw a "-"
at. jom munur m LA SAJXS
" ravaaa Uiwt.,. r.,':
wraa dpi t '- .-
; T .uo
. Holy tMJ iamo;,PfT. ja
r'.' f V ,i" i lr )
r fnaiirii : ta 4M aaA fan) ta
Sunday M
Holy Day
tvOO EW"
PolSeaTfcWrtei l:sa tp tod m
n.-T".'.rs,'-;.s m.
XBUraaay omore V. i.
Catacbum via: p
Sacrod Haart HoeoBal J0 RJfc e
Friday.) -m Tttunda
Coarvan r- r--r
'' ATLANTIC STDE'
ST, OSETI I
lJLZS S.W M 4.
T to IM pm it. itaiamsBn-r
Minmilou Medal Hovaoal wooneaaay
. a ..at
anq :v-
, p- ....
Beeree oa ' "J ,'.-
Suntey Bvanlng Senrtcee JJ":
Baered i
M PUT'5S. .a.ia am ta
- J 1 . I
vaiiiiaaa w--. ---7;
U.aa am Jnnr atjn. w .w vv,
-?7 .S Lha M-at aiaa
'mirdTyT'iOpiiU- t BJ4
ajn. Saturday mamog. -.
Eirat Saturday Devotlene ta our Lady
Of Fatlma Tha Holy Roaary 4 am.
nm Communion .iwjaco"" .31
ran Mondaya and Thursday M ta
70apm.. i
MniMitMts aartmaraTtaatatial :
JMVIaW.. .a...a.
' HolTbay Maeaaei 40. M uk end
.ah- J
I ConMonat Saturday 44 ta
Tita e asea p-m, ia
X..i Medal Baianal
SOS
catecnuam vwt
irFrM.? bp! tin day durtag
th School Year. r .,
rtrst satureayi
OIT FAMILY CHURCH In WargaiMe
Bunaay aaasaaa: 1 v --.
aa. a -. Ua,aan1 AM SJS.
lim oavdmy mm,, t :
VaUit Maaaaa: 40 am
...i Saturday ... 7pmt e J
Manwulov Medal Novana JJ pm
ZtliTt M pm to,4: pm
every aaanow.
' Parish Family Reeery and -Benedictloa
74 pm
vary
DiscWen Irxjuiry Orearp 70 pm
avary Fnday.
'lat aaturday DmratiaM .. pm
ST. ? INCEN IBRatbai
BusvAay Mssasaal 4J4 am.
Otp.
Holy Be
am an4 gob
m.
r naifaaalnnai 4
te )e and 74 ta
SW m a,
Catecntam uas.
Convert Clam very Mimday at 704
H,lmm aiadal JtavaBAI 10 M
IMMACVLATB -CONClTTtOR eWtAa
iundav liami 4:1 aaa
Holy Day Maaa: 44 am
Csamaaw OS ta I04 l ea Sat
urday.
CanrMm cia-- ''-:
OUa aAaia t-ar awe av."s.
,1
mday N
Holy Day
1
d soa em
am asUTa
4

u I Sll-U"I
r Coptimw Saturday e tog m e"Ttne aaa, FtrM- rmttnurUNi a4a.
IWaU srreaamf Oe.uilarav . I 104 pm Csaapn and Maaitatteaa
- aa I la .'I

raeulsaa Mooai Hall 11
Paerad
kaart
ti 7i
nday. :
a...a.a S4S m aa. a Mlavi,.:
Roiagau lru-un Ciam tar Cul
a ao am m TRunaaT.
FrltgMU lntrotja aurte fr"
rtod m ppaniiaii 1 l pm atav atav-Ceirvort
Ceirvort atav-Ceirvort aToeypetSorej t9 appetamOTa.

M 1 1 RfM

Th tt. Ra?. Hakat aod. o-I D.
j The Very rr. Malnett J. foianoa,
f S.TA, Pooo)
S
i TJI CATHKORAt Or $1. IVKM
SUNDAVS
V) dM iitily Communioo. u :
10 a m Santa Communion Mtb Sun
1 eay i. ' . i
t to a kl Church School. 1
JM-aai. Morruna Frayer and Sermon
' day)...
I AO pro. Ivaninf Prayer and Saraum
( M ,,' holy. Communion,'
740 p re Xycain Prayer, v
4 ft
' t HOLS DAYS
4:00 a Jn Jloly Communion. .
H la Holy Communion. ;
- JA1LV
ujot M.ada : atieaionary Prayora, t
COCOU V
Church ( St. Aadraw 1
The ttev. William W. Baldwin,
rW lai AaMa .
... ... .. an. aa. .i .i aii a i
SUNDAYS
'Hoty Conununlon 7O0 aj.
Family Prayer, and !"i-'
Church School ...... PJt OJO
tAlao Holy Ceoununioo tad.
, Mornind Prayer A Sarmoh U.OO-aJa.
(Alio Holy Conununton lat
imn.W Maiua ...
WEDNESDAYS
itoiy communiea .........
:0aJtt
" Chapel af The Coed Shaehard
. Tha Sr. Claranra W. llayaa.
IM a A Mornlni Pray or. 1 v
(HX. in Friday aach Month),
" "Vv. JAMSOA
Tha Sev. dohn Spear. Prlcet is CtWI
SUNDAYS ' ',
Choral Xuchaiiat' and Sar-
moo '7:00 am
Church School ........... 1:00 p.m
Eplacopal Young Churchman :0 p.m.
EvMuna and Salmon a.. tlOa Pm
unkinivZ TirESDAYB. .- .
nd FRIDAYS
morning rrayar ami iwy
Cooununleii- aa am.
Kvaning Prayer I:M pm
UT A..vla. an M J
I 4th Thuraday ..fas'sm
IWXDNXSDAYS ZBUBSDAYS
Morning Prayer ..... t:f a.
lanilni MWaf ....u.ua1 1.00 0)Jat.
a, a ana.aaax rai
f-amuy Aicnanai ..mm J;?? m:m
LA BOCA
J
BC later a
The ttev.
Joan
MaO a a....aa.a.....W 1POP StdB.
Holy Baptlaaa -............ u:oa paaa
tvan-nrr and inni .... TOP Ml
a.. m.a. T. v '
Woman' Auxiliary e
thumdaw
LPWPWi,,. an. -a
Holy Cqmnjunlon
I Vnl am,
. PALO SEC '
v Chapel af the IWy Comforter ...
..tarn, Shirley, frieat lp Cherfp.
THURSDAYS ' 3
SOP am HolyfComimlnp.
StARSARlTA
... Chreh at It Ma
Xapavd and Brazoe
na Bay. Joaaa ik
Baetwi
TO am Holy Cemmtmtea k
a: aa am vautw acmw
. .W rri. muinuia jk j .
I La
Urn,
Last Sunday oacA taoata, auaiy vaa-
hmioit.
THURSDAYS and HOLY BAYS
anV a.S". SaVIJ, vlW.U"aaa
1 rkm.1 ad Oas Savlaat
wronsDAYs: 1
lH4Jk ua-wun,
PARAISOV .--
- .-- V The Rev. Allan R. Wwtt,
Priaat ta Charr
a bmii a.
u CMpaatta,.
Tlear user una
- i f i j
arnrnatra -T
a -OS am Cherai tDetiarM 4
oa am Jnlant Bavttom, ...
3 4 m Church School r i
Jneia est viautuna t"'..
4 dssv VwsSh Faliahlp
TOP nm Evvawongand Addrem
I JO p 10. Woman Auxiliary
tar tatdM Meeting.
' "; :'' PAN AM a' CTTT
. St PanT Chnrdt ;.
tfca Yen. Ltmael B. SWijtyjfcaetaB
' nta arf. wwm a. --.
SVNDATU -
A jwa aafo iliaaaaBtriMll
0 fO mjn. Sunt dWi4mr m wwtjm
ItM nor ftoty
v-na a.m- till 1
Vesper
a S4 a m 1W aanm
VHm H-ai. tmku Pravasr and
WWrVESDAYS
-aa ia Hory tommuiiiim
-M a. an faanlM
THURSUAYS AMD FRIDAYB
m. najy
HOLY TUTS
aoa a.m Maty
CRBIST CHTRCR RY-TRX-tEA
"roepoaria Hti Watfirngtant
im Slav, afamao reiar w
Av. Bevy 4
' V SUNDAYS ;
4-4 am Frv C--Buriest.
S e am Varntag Prayar.
a -tm m mm. Owl rKaU-lai SVa4
1 4 am Chureaj immv
IO pm Poieaa
f ,' v WXDNXSSAYS
a ea a sa. ftar Ci-sr-muiuasi.
aaOa pm Adut Cnnfirmatf
SO pm Bvaaung Prayer pjsd MetBta.
nrriAT
tog 1
a s rr-arvaa rrrvat
Ctwi W c Marr. the
Ta
pr. Ma A.
VVD A4
J -e eVamV
44M e4 V U

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tai4T CBBaVBpV08SW BllteaJH

l)J
' RIO ABAJO' f
' St. Chriatophar'a Chnrch
lOlh Straet. Parqu Lofavro
,The Rev Viaranea W. Hayaa.
rrlcat la Charge v
The1 Rev,' Clarence A. Cragwell.
, AaaUteat v
SUNDAYS . '
' a:ve eJn. noiy .ominuinon.
7:30 a.m Sung Eucharist and Sk rmon
1040 a-m Morning Prayer and Church
School.
U 4)0 noon Holy Baptlvm. -v ,-
4:30 p.m. Evanmng end Sermon. :.
MONDAYS i , .
7 AO pm Ut and 3rd. Woman' Aiud Aiud-,
, Aiud-, ,llary. t ',
pimniVt
' 00 nm. J inlor' Daughter of
the
King. - ;
TOP 6m Youth Fellowihlp. ,
WEDNESDAYS
1 a:ov a.m. noiy winmioiuv". ,t J
7. -00 am Evening Prayer and Reuglour
THURSDAYS
a:uv p.m.- uu-ia 'imnuj iuaiaj
:on o.m. lat and Ird. Einaletona,
SATUHDAYS '
a JO am iinnr wmnnmuni wm
- Othei Cjiurcbes'
UiURCJf OF Talk MAZARGNh',
.Ancon. Ct,
MinWer. Rev. Elmer O. Nebon
Son, 64,. Alteon, CZ. Balboa M0t
Jtucday School .......... r :
Morning Worahlp 10:30 a.m
Youth Servica ........u.i J Jj P
Evening Sarvica .......... 7.30 p.m
NJ.MiL Service .......... 7:00 p.m
Prayer Mac ling., Wed, 700 pjn
RATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
j Panama Rf, 3rd Street Eaal
a. M.
Mlntatet
SUIIDAYl
Divine Worthlp t:so a.m
IV ciuai .. . a.:OQ a.m.
Sunday Maaaaa ..........7, 7:44 U:4S
MtMj. duooa uuu
1:00 pm
S EHOVAH'S WITNESSES
... .j Tk..M.. a, tsa avfii. and
Sundayi, t 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
got Balboa Read,' Ralhoa. -.'!
OF' LATTER-DAY SAINTS Mormenl
Sundav meaUna la tha LDS Chapel
on Balboa Road v'
Sunday school ........... iv.va bjh.
Sacrament Meeting : 4:00 pm
Primary: Monday SO0 pm.
Relief Society; Tuaaday... 1:30 am.
MIA; Wednesday ........ 70Q pm
Telephone Balboa 4227. t,
Building MO, Schoojhouaa Road Citun,
Sunday School, Sunday .. 1:30 am
Sacrament meeting- Sunday 11:00 am
Priesthood meeting Wed.. 4:30 p.m.
Primary. Wednesday ..... 4:30 nm
: t ; : avu.
mmary. weoneaaay ..... OuW pjn
Telephone, Catua 344, or Cristobal tt7.
' CUR0NDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Wmrm Hearted Church"
Mil too K. Leldlg, Minister
r Phone Re., 83-711 Oi 33-310
Sunday School ..........: SO0 am
(A clssa for every age)
Morning Worahlp ......... 11:00 am
Youth fellowship ......... 4:00 pm
Eevanlng Worship 7."00 pm
i Prayer and Praise ;(Wed.) : 7:00 .p.m
A chareh auraey la provided far your
4 OLD CATHOUC CHURCB I
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fi BAHArS CENTER
' ,A4 Firet Street
Qrhealmeloa n Carmen. !Pnam City
. H. .Ta. li.iM..na
IHH.Wal .Up. W.. B.apai..aa..aa
Tburadaya...;.............t:0O pm
. Colon, Sth A Front Scree
Claaaoa Thursday, f OS P-
1 nrms. mission onmcB
' Eapalaea St, Paralao, C-E.
Rav Walaaba R Stewart, rastar ;
Sunday 1 UO0 aaa. Worship trvli
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:1 pm Gospel Servico. ""
a. J w.nj.-V.M.d aau.a.-. fulal-
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WarirbHilsarl T-JUI UM.waa.lr ChrurUan
Thursday: to Chetr XeheaneL
FritUyt tot Wamen'4 Missionary Sa-
r ciTORcit or sod ;
-, TPS Eighth Streat Colda
. Bar. a. W. riaailian, fMN
Sunday Schol ...... ....... POO am
Morning Wonhlp UO0 a.m.
light Sarvlee tod pm
' FIRST CHTJRCH or COD
Car. Jaaaaka trad Trinidad Pta.
Rainbow City, Canal Bono
. a an mm
Mam ing Worahlp KM am
Sunday School .............. 10:30 a.m
Might a M...a.a.. iae pm
THE CHURCH OP GOD
" New Provldanee J
Stmdair Bchaol .... 34 OP am
Morning WotalUp 31 OO
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Morning Wonhlp -..a.a,. 3304 am
Mlah4 Service 4l4t44
I7VBCM P JO Piir(tatlal
Slav. B. B. -Waamn, Ovaiacor i
hetao d-iia. Boa as. Oamboa
r-klin h. Pfla,,aa, a-V DM. SmA
Mr. ii-imh .a. WhrtaL Comv R.P.
(Rev. Fernando Loreneala. Rio Abajo
Bff.-' ana m
Cattvi (Bar, i
Sunday and
Bow ana aura, tnarie nsyrtaa f -ana
ana atrs. uunoro breovasi.
waakdaya iltm at aS
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Hama, eamkea ITT
Charrh Balboa 4371
Sunday Sotiooi ........... 14-04 aaa
Worahlp SarrkcO 11:04 ajn
Tooth Set iue ..74 post
evangelistic geivlca ...... TO PA
Wedneeday: Bible Study
and ravaf Serviea ...... TOP pm
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Morning Worahlp .............
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Sunday scnoni
Morning Worahlp
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of Month)
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mornma noxaiup ..............
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4:30
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Morning Worship .".
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Choir Practice Wednesday
Pott Chapel
10:30
7:03
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7:30
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Vid Beliaaria Forrat San Francisco da
la Caieta. Panama city." BJ"-, ana
the- Church ol Bt Antnony. Av-mias
Melendea, Colon, RJP.. on altonata Sun.
aaya as aw - -
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call tna uiiice. via v
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Youth Meeting 403 pm
Wednesday Bibla Stutty
and Prayo)
O.rlfta side Pamuai 4lboa tet
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Caba Yard.' Ave. J. r..de la Ceea Na
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al 14th A BoUver Ave.
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Ex-SehaEor George
Terribly Weak' :

VIENNA, Ga.. Auir. 3 (UP)
Former Sen, Walter F. George
remained in rfiticaj jcondition to today,
day, today, Doctors "' at his bedside
termen tha. veterau Democrat s
condition "terribly weak."
i Dr. Martin L. Malloy, family
plfysician, said (he 7'-year-old
iehment nd baa reached "the
h l v v vv arwKu iw ... a aa aiaaw' wm-wvm
sion oi enses ne nas undergone
ip his, heart yilmenl. j
j George a ; conditio" has grown
progressively- worse- since Monday
night. Doctors said her rallied
aliehtlv TiiPRrlsv hut that hl ron-
diction has urown weaker since
than,
flkrnttm i ot-A QA -ma at 4 In iha
rMWttur7viTu r J va a m wiv
tannfa nlsM A.t-lnrl liio A n annn 1 n af
I aQIJaKiQ OUU fTLIVtvU 1JAB VA VC( lOOt
January as chuuman of the For-
.; ui.r!. -.i.,.
oiKU ivitiiiuiia "- Lvimmucc uu
Sna. 4 H ithrtrou,
araaaa wa mv M-MM-Hv-wa w tv ava w vrr
from the Striate ratherthan face
J IWIlVU UAAO,B.V0 A BH W SUll
man E. Talmadge who succeeded
. Attending George are Drs Mal Malloy
loy Malloy and J. Willis Hurst, heart
specialist and head ot the Emory
University mb'tical reDartment In
Atlanta.
i George a hdH.t c o n d 1 1 i 0 n is
termeo coronary UherosclerosU,
a disease -which Involves narrow
ing or clotting of the arteries
around the her. i
The former senator returned to
his hometown 120 miles south of
Atlanta six we&s ago after under'
tifi rt n etnlir unA ftaattM unr rt K t o
ailment at ?mory University Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital.
it:. T II 1
nis wue, miss uuty auu au
only son,. Heard, ar at. his bed
side, ueorge josi nie second son
during World War II.
Rio Abajo Tea
Kitchen Removed
To 15th Street
, The "tea kitchen" of the Colon
Chyrch of Christ has been remov removed
ed removed from Ninth St. to 3038 Fifteenth
St.. Rio Ahain. the Ttev. A. A. Vic
tor announced today.
Several families have been help helped
ed helped by the kitchen during the last
three months, the Rav. Victor said.
At tha aama tim.' ha aVnraacarl
a a. aa.w ....... w v. ... ..v a... ..a whwvw
his gratitude t persons who con-
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inouiea ioou ior tne suctessiui u u-peration
peration u-peration of the kitchen.
Contributions, may be delivered
to. tha Sanctified Church of God,
San Miguel, the pastor said.

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Musial

Oairdinials

iThrMan' Drives In Winning

;Rim! Gets Triole. 2 Doubles

S'A" I
: By MILTON
NEW YORK, Aug.

- here again Slammin' Stan Musial and it you're
r jrettinff a bit tired of reading about him every day

. 'Consider those noor Ditchers who have to go out

"r there and take their lumps from him day after day.

- Musial, in a typical night's work
last night, blasted a triple and a
pair of doubles to help the. St.
Louis Cardinals reel off their sev-
nth traiehr. victory, a 10-inmng
S-4 decision over the Philadelphia
Phillies,
- When it was all over, Stan the
' Man had taken over the National
' League batting leadership with a
, '.339 average and the Cardinals
1ri retained their hold on first
place by two i ercentage points ov
, er the Braves.
, Musial. whose baiting eye ap
, pears undimmed at 36, broke up
the ball game when he doubled
' with two out in the 10th to score
.' Don "Blasingdme. The blow gave
reliever Willaid Schrtidt his 10th
victory and ib- Cords their 11th
triumph in IU extra inning games
tjiis year.
"3oi Conninsham also homrd
', for St.' Louis whilalStan Lopata
and Harry Andarson aach ton-
, iurl.J far th Phillitt.
'Lanky. Gem: Conley pitched and
' batted the Braves to a 1-0 victory
over the Dodgers; Cincinnati hand handed
ed handed the Giants their sixth straight
loss, "9-6; and the cuds oeai me
Piratoa K-4.
The Yankees widened their
merfcan League lead to five games
' wjth 3-2 win over the Indians;
the Bed So nipped the White Sox,
5-4,"1n 10 innings ; Washington e e-rnerged
rnerged e-rnerged 'from the cellar with a 2-1
Victory over Detroit; and the Orio Orio-les
les Orio-les "Shoved Kansas City into the
basement by sweeping a twi-night
doubleheader rom them, beating
the Athletics, 5-4, in a 13-innings
: opener, and 102, in the nightcap.
Cantoy blankad Brooklyn en
four Wti and drove in tha only
run erf tha grama whan ha ting ting-lad
lad ting-lad hem Johnny Logan from
second hat in the fifth inning.
Southpaw Johnny Pedro was
the losing pitcher.
' w.iiv Pnit won the same for
rinoinnatl when, ha walloped a S
run homef in the ninth inning
off Al Worthington. Olant manager
Sill Ricney shook up his lineup
liDerally In an attempt to snap a
fofiing atraik but home runs by
lobby Thomson and Willie Mays
were matched by homers off the
tats of Ted Kluszewski and Smoky
Burgess. Reliever Hersh Freeman
was tha winner.

! A three-run homer by Cal Nee-
nan in the eighth inning was the
-' payoff blow in the Cubs' triumph

Today Encanto .35, .20
i Gordon Scott in
TARZAN AND THE LOST
, SAFARI"
In Color!
Sidney Poltler In
MAN IS TEN FEET TALL"
Today '- IDEAL .20
Patricia Medina in
"SIREN OF BAGDAD'
Rita Hayworth in
"GILDA"
.70
" LISB

- "LISBON a dynamic story of International Intrigve
filmed iat exciting Tru color and Naturams aetaal lo lo-calea
calea lo-calea In Porters!, atarrisg handsome Ray Mllland, Man Man-reea
reea Man-reea CHara, Claude Rains and the -Yery adaetWe Yvonne
Fameanx. See TJSBO.V at the Central m THURSDAY
ACGCST tth. a-, .

CAPIJOLIO
35e.' ft.
fipanlah Proframl
J TAMIO
with Ninon Sevina
Also;--
" LAS MANZAVAS ', '"
DZ IX) ROTE A

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!.. Ut.
STRANGE -r
: INTRUDER
Also: ,
HOLB BACST

THE

RICHMAN

3 (UP) Ma, that man's
over the Pirates. Neeman's hom homer
er homer off Vern Law wipeu out a 4-3
Pittsburgh lead gamed on homers
by Dick Groat. Bob Skinner and
Gene i'reese.
Pinch hitter Harry Simpson sing
led home Jerry Coleman in the
eighth inning with the run thai
gave the Yanks their fifth straight
triumph. Soutnpaw Don Mossi neiu
New York Hitless for 6 1-3 innings
only to run afoul of bacK-io-pacii
nomers by Gu McUougala and
MicKey Mantle in tne seveuui. lorn
Siurdivani posii;u his ninin victory
witu xioo Gnm s aiu in tne mum
led Williams hit a tntoo-run
horn r tor the kad aox in tne
tirth inning but it was Jockio
Jensen's iuih inning single wirn
Jhc bavas loaota mat won tn
lame aner tne Wnne sox tied
ni kcore at 4-4 wiin two ruxs
in the ninth. Tne victory went to
reijiver beorge biice, Jr.
juiio Becquei s puicu single in
the nintn iqui ju iturea Pem Ua
mos U'om second oase to mi me
benators out oi the cellar. Boy
bieveis siamnica uis cam homei,
his iiiih in as many consecuuve
games to move wurnn oae oi me
league recuici. camiio rascuai
pucued a uve nitter lor his eigiun
victory. Paiu .r-'oyucs: was ipe
loser.
ood Boyd's 13th inning homer
off Tom Crorjiuu uvc wc onutw
their, victory m tne opener and
Connie Johnson ana Ken Leinnan
combined to ndc1 Kansas City to
seve nits in tne nigmcap.
The Orioles moKe a siring oi jj
straight scoreless innings when
they scored aiun in the second in
ning of the opener. Joe juurnam
homered for Baltimore while Hec
Lopez and Woody Held did like likewise
wise likewise for th A s.
Johnson, who went 6 1-3 innings,
was the winner in the nightcap as
the Orioles raDPed five Kansas Ci
ty pitchers for 11 hits. Ned Garver
was the loser.
Jones-Serger Meet
In All-Medalisl
Women's Finals
It's an all medalist finals in the
1957 Summit Hills Golf Club Wom Women's
en's Women's Handicap Championship golf
tournament as both co-medalists,
Louise Jones and Harriet Serger,
meet each other m the finals.
Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Serger will
play tomorrow to determine the
Women's Handicap Tournament.
They also met each other in a
medal play match today to deter determine
mine determine the medalist for the tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. Bother of these ladies shot
medal scores of 83 during their
oualifvintt' rounds.
In the consolation flight Wilma
Riley will meet Louis Thomas in
the finals of that flight on Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. The results of the semi finals
rounds are:
CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT
Louise Jones mo'ved past Anona
Claytor.
O N
A
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15.

k LOTTERY NIGHT!
' THE SOLID GOLD :
CADILLAC V
-. Also:
RUMBLE ON TBI
DOCKS

NIGHT

lAajor League

Leaders
LEADING BAXTERS
(Based on 250 official at bit)
National League -:
P and C G AB R H Pet.
Musial, St L. 100 392 65 133 .339
Aaron, Mil. 99 407 77 137 .337
Groat, Pitt. 76 308 36 102 .331
Mays, N.Y. 01 379 7L121 .319
ronay. rut. hh 34s 11
Schoendienst, M. 99 425 55 134 .315
Robinson, Cinci. 97 394 68 124 .315
Moryn, Chicago 96'356 49 108 .303
Thomas, Pitt: 101 409 49 123 .301
Crowe, Cinci. 83 329 54 99 .301
American League
Williams, Bos. 94 316 74 121 .383
Mantle. N.Y. "100 332 95 119j.358
Woodline, Clevet 84 255 47 851.333
Boyd, Bait. 97 321 53 104 ,324
SkOWron. N.Y. 88 32 48 105 .322
Fox, Chicago 101 392 64 125 .319
Malzone, Boston 100 412 47 128 .311
Minoso, Chi. 00 ,372- 58 115 .309
McDougald, N 91 349 65 107 .307
Wertz, Cleve. 98 342 54 104 .304
HOME
National
RUNS
League
Aaron, Braves
Snider, Dodgers
Musial, Cards
Crowe, Redlegs
Banks, Cubs
30
26
24
23
23
Ame-iran League
Williams, Re. I Sox
30
29
29
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks-
Colavito, Indii.ns
Maxwell, Tigprs
19
19
RUNS BATED IN
National League
Musial, Cards
84
Aaron, Brave 3
80
Crowe, Reillegs
Ennis, Cards
Hoak, Redlegs
69
66
64
American League
Sievers,. Senators
78
75
72
71
70
Pet.
.909
.824
.813
.786
.769
Mantle, Yans
Wertz, Indians
Skowron, Yanks
Jensen, Red Sox
PITCHING
Bated on 11
W L
decision!)
Schmidt, Cards
Sanford, Phils
Bunning, Tigers
Donovan, White Sox
Grim, Yanks
10
14
13
11
10;
Dodger-Philadelphia
'Game Of The Week'
On CFN-TV Sunday
CFN-TV announced this week
-that their baseball "game of the
week" will be shown on CFN CFN-TV
TV CFN-TV tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. It
will be thVBreoklyh Dodger-Phl-ladelphla
PhiMip game which
was played on July 4.
Harriet Sergei edged by Pearl
Tirm.
CONSOLATION PLIGHT
Wilma RWy defeated Helen
Thompson. ..
Lois Thomas alimlnated Lil Tes
ter.
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TRAFFIC JAM- Joe Kelly, 82, of Chicago, spins in front of Indianapolis' Bob Cleberg, 52,
going into turn at Funk Speedway in Winchester, Ind. Cleberg's car locks wheels with Kelly's
mount as latter is pushed into wall.; Kelly's left rear. wheel rides over Cleberg's right front aa
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Murtaugh

As Manager Of

CHICAGO, Aug. 3 (UP) Bad
boy Bobby Bragan was fired as
manager of the Pittsburgh Pi
rates by General Manager Joe
L. Brown and replaced by coach
Danny Murtaugh at a midnight
press conrerence. ,
'T think for the present and
future good .of the Pittsburgh
club that a change must be
made," Brown said. 1
He: said he would not make
"any specific, statement, now orl
later" concerning exactly what
caused him to fire Bragan so
suddenly. . ; :)
Bragan-, who came to the big
leagues with a reputation aa an

Kuzava Shaping Up As Stopper
On Columbus Pitching Staff;
Wins Fifth Straight Game

NEW YORK, Aug. 3 (UP) Bob
Kuzava, one of the heroes of the
1951 World Series, is shaping up
as the stopper of the Columbus
Jets' pitching staff in the Interna International
tional International League.
Kuzava won his fifth game with without
out without a less as the Jets defeated To Toronto,
ronto, Toronto, 6-2, last night. The 34-year
old southpaw now has completed
his last three starts, two of them
being shutouts. ?
Buffalo increrted its leagut lead
to two games with a 5-3 triumph
over Havana. Ray Herbert and
Bill Stewart were the individual
stars for the Bisons, Herbert, go going
ing going all the way for bis eighth vic victory
tory victory and Stewart banging a1 three three-run
run three-run homer.
Bill Harris pitched a six-hitterf
over second-piace Richmond to
lead Montreal to a 5-0 win over
the Vees. Bob Wiesler was the
starter and loser for Richmond,
breaking a personal four game
win streak.
Miami shut out Rochester, 4-0,
in the seven-inning opener of a
twin-bill,. but the Red Wings came
back to win the nightcap, 13-2. Ray
Semproch pitched a four-hitter for
the Marlins in the first game and
Bill Greason picked up the deci decision
sion decision in relief in the second game.
The standings and unescores
Teams
w
L-
Pet.
GB
"5"
s
7H
10H
12V4
12 V
Buffalo
Richmond
Toronto
Rochester
Miami
Havana
Columbus -Montreal
63
60
58
58
49
50
54
56
.563
.545
.518
.509
.495.
.469
.450
.450
55 .60
53 60
50 61
50 61
Showing at Your Service
DIABLO HTS. 7:6
Alan Ladd
8ophia Loren
"BOY ON A DOLPHIN
ClnemaScope-Color I
Sunday "Beyond A Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable Doubt"
MARGARITA 6:15 1:35
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Yvonne de Carl
Death of A Scoundrel
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m- RICHARD RODGERS
.mmw OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN,
k:r TECHNICOLOR,
Sanday Monday TI.H
PARA I SO U5 70S
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Replaces

umpire baiter; and a field come
dlan, kept the same antics in the
National League, tmly this week
he asked president Warren Giles
of the National League to break
up a team Of umpires which
Bragan said, threw out players
and managers through whim
mure umu circmuabitnce. ,
Bragan this week was fined
$100 by Giles and warned that
severe penalties .' mirht result
unless be changed his policies,
The fine was for cominr back
on the. field to offer soft drinks
to the umpires after they had
ejected him from the game.
It was Jikely that Brag'an's
"Yesterday's
(First amt,
Results
7 innings)
Miami 001 010 3 5 12 9
Rochester 000 000 0 0 4 0
Semproch and Bucha; R. Blay
lock, Deal (6) and D. Ricketts. LP-
K. Blaylock.
(Second Game)
Miami 100 000 010 2 6
Rochester 000 233 41x13 16
Adams, Llpetri: (6), Church (7)
and McCullough; Russell, Greason
iz) ana o. KiBKett. WP-Greason.
LP-Adams. HRS-Steveas, Clark.
Columbus I 101 400 000 6 9 0
Toronto 002 000 000 2 4 2
Kuzava and Cobos; Schmitz, Cri-
mian (4) ana lioseiii. LP -Schmitz
UR-sarone.-' ... a
(At Quebec J
Richmond ., 000 000 000 0 : 6 0
Montreal 001 010 03x 5 8 0
Weisler, James (8) and Chiti:
Harris and Napoli: LP-Wiesler. HR
wovaK.
Havana 200 001 006 3 6 1
Buffalo' 000 310 10x.5 8 3
Lane, P?lia (6) and Izquierdo;
Herbert and Noble. LP-Lane. HR HR-Stewart.
Stewart. HR-Stewart. ,v '.
j
Fight Hcsults
PORTHCAWL.' Wales: F r-e n V
Jones, iio, Scotland, knocked out
Len Reece,. Ill, Wales (11). ;
Center Theatres Today I
GAMBOA 7:M t ;v,
Tension At Table Rock"
Sunday "JoUe'
GATUN 7:M
-CANYON RIVER"
Sun. "King and 4 Queens"
CRISTOBAL 7:M
Air-Condltioned
Spencer Tracy
THE MOUNTAIN"
Colorl""-' -.
Sun. "Wings ef Eagles"
Air-Conditioned . m
i.ao.3:40 r eao 9.00
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LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA""
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 1:15 -,
Robert Taylor -"POWER
AND THE PRIZE
."KING OF THE CORAL SEA"
"BATTLE ZONE-

V

Bragari

Pittsburgh

sense of humor had an effect
Upon Brown's decision 10 s-Uou
him, and it is equally, likely that
lirown might have received some
suggestions from Oiles about
Braran's future.
i Bragan. who' sat quietly
through the entire conterence.
said he- was "disappointed' but
not surprised" by the change.
1 "When your club loses twice as1
manvams as f mn rhnntrp!
lis Justifiable," he said.
Hadn't you better make that
word 'inevitable' Instead Of 'jus 'justifiable'?"
tifiable'?" 'justifiable'?" 'Brown asked. 1
. t it i it r n
said. "i guess the word ad
ougnt.to dq 'lnevitaDie.' ( f
Brown said Murtaugh would
take over the seventh-place Na
tional League club with the un understanding
derstanding understanding "that this is just a
temporary assignment for the
rest of the year and is in no way
a committal for 1958." s
Bragan' said his immediate
plans were to return to Pitts
burgh to pick up his family and
then go to Ft. Worth, Tex. He
said he 'Imagined" he would stay
in baseball but had nothing def
inite lined up until October,
when he is slated to, manage the
Havana Almendares In the Cu
ban League;
Bragan said he thought he
could sum up his differences
with Brown- hi this manner:
. 'Joe. and; T. are approximately
tne same age. we're young as
far as running a ball club goes.
rnat lact, so iar as i m concern concerned,?,
ed,?, concerned,?, was the underlying, cause of
this ultimate result." .
"Joe's young and agrresslTe.
I am yonng and aggressive,
too," Bragan went on. "Some "Some-ties
ties "Some-ties we didn't see eye to eye. I
gvess an accumulation of little
things brought this ally to a
head now." -v.a- .'.-
Brown said he thought Bragan
''increased m stature" because
of the way he took the firing.
Pirate .officials said coach
Clyde Sukeforth first was of
fered the Job but., knowlnsr the
choice was between1 him ind
Murtaugh. declined the offer.
never left Mm throughout the
obviously trylno- conference, said
ne tnougnt it was -runny" thatl
a national supplement magazine
article by United Press snorts
writer Muton Kicnman soon to
appear quotes Bragan in part 'of
a story about managers being
fall'guys.tv; (,
Tm going to be fired before
the story even breaks," Bragan
laughed.

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Editor; CONRADO SARCEANT

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St. Louis
60
61
58
57
56
43
40
41
43
441
46
59
.600 1
.598
.574
.564
.549
,422
Milwaukee'',
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
New York
Pittsburgh t
Chicago
2Vx
' 3Mi
5
18
36 66 .353 25
34 66 '.340 23
i.
. Today's Games
Pittsburgh at Chicago u
-New York at Cincinnati
Brooklyn' at Milwaukee. 4
Philadelphia at St. Louis v 4
Pittsburgh 1 000 300 0104 8
Chicago 200 001 03x 8 8.
Law (7-6) and Foiles.
' Drott, Hillman (o-7) and Nee
man- n- 1 i.). (
- ; (Night Game)
Brooklyn , 000 000 000 0 4
I Milwaukee 000 010 00x 1 6
Podres '9-l), vbine iaod Cam
paneua.
Conley ',nd CrandalL
: ' '
' .(N9ht Oamejjr
New York -,, 031 000 0H6 11
Cincinnati '200 001.1239 12
Barclay, GiHsom, Worthington
(7-8) and inoinas. Katt.
' Jeficoat.' StfnehBir.v 'Klipostein
Nuxhajl, Freeman (6-2) ; and Bai
i rr
: (Night Game) ;
Philadelphi4 00 200 000 04 "9
St. Louis 20U 010 100 15 12
i, Sanford, FeireU, Morehead, Mil
ler (2-5) and LoData.
i Jackson; Scnmidt (10-1) and Lan-
dnth, H. smith.
Confident Gavilan
Challenges Basilio
To Defend Or Quit
MIAMI" BEACH (UP)"-Former
welterweight champion Kid Gavi Gavilan,
lan, Gavilan, with his old cocksureness,
demanded a title fight with Car-
men Basilio today while even bis
victim in- Wednesday night's 10 10-rounder,
rounder, 10-rounder, Gaspar Ortega, admitted
he was soundly" trounced. : j
' "That Gavilan looked like he
did when he was champion,1 He
fought "a really great fight," aid
Api Rodriguez, trainer of Mexican
Ortega, who claims to 1 speak no
English., "Sure, he -f won, and we
were beaten good."
From Gavilan, who said he
'aH -IWet tina T Aii1ff an' nnfKr
10 rounds rieht now." came a
chorus of challenges to Basilio to
fight thc Keed or. "hang up the
gloves.'r. '? '"
Basilio is scheduled to fight mid
dleweight champion Sugar Ray
Robinson late this month As the
champion. Gavilan decisioned Ba
silio in 1953 and claimed Wednes
day ,. night he "could do it again
anv time.
The decision over Ortega, tefore
a capacity 1 crowd at the Miami
Beach Auditorium and a national
television audience, was a trium
phant -end to a losing "jinx"
which began after Gavilan lost his
title in a much disputed fight with
Johnnv Saxton in 1954. Since then.
the bolo-punching Cuban has won
only six of 20 oouts.
.

DEMLLLE'S

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lUiliUUD lUlilLUi cira Ollllll

AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Teams
w
Pet.
,660
.610
.545
.500
.500

Gi
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18 j
IS
18V4
'30 Va

New York
Chicago ;
Boston
Cleveland
Detroit
Baltimore
Washington
Kansas City
66
61
55
50
50
48
37-
36
475
,359

65 .356 JOV.

- Today's Games .-'A
Detroit at Washington -,'
Cleveland at New York ?;' ?
Chicago at Boston -
( Kansas City at Baltimore (N)'
i Yn4erc!a's Results "'t"
- (Twilight Game)
K. City 200 0,1 000 000 0-4' 9- 2
Bait. : ; oio 3oo ooo- ooo l S li
Kellner, Coleman, Urban, Gor. Gor.-man
man Gor.-man (2-7) ant Thomp'soni Smith.
' Walker, O'Dell, uverink (10-6)
and Triandos Ginsberg,
; (Nignt Game)
K City -000 002 OOO-i 2 7 ;2
Baltimore :100 t04 40x 10 It 2
Garver (4-1C), Morgan,- Cole Coleman
man Coleman Burnett, Urban and Thomp Thompson.
son. Thompson. - -"-. i
Johnson f 9-6), Lehman and Gins Ginsberg,
berg, Ginsberg, Zupc , ,t v.-
(Night Game)" '
Detroit , L 010 000 000 I S Tl
Wahhington 010 Ouii 0012 -6 2
Foylack (12-10 nd House. -i
Pascual (8-11) 'and Berberet.
(Night Game)

Cleveland ' 001 00C 1002 -7 .0
New York 000 000 21x 4 2
'Mossi (7-7), JlicLish and 4.xon.
Sturdivant (9-5), XJnm and Ber-i-a.
-' -t .. i
r (Night Game)' ' '
Chicago 200 000 002 04 7 1
Boston 000 400 000 15 12 1
Wilson, St a Icy Laf alme. Fiscb
er, (4-6) and Battey, Moss.
iuiiivan. ueiocK. t suscav and
White, Daley.

Raceway Opening ;
Outtfraws Cjesf M

Giant-Bum Crowds
: vWircpnTrov wf-o. tttv' n.
, ..uiuuin, u- .11 IUO
New York. Giants -and jBi'ookryn
Dodcers TlPftdel nw rcann tn
leaving New York today they
eould always point te the crowd
of 42,673 that turned out Thursday
night for plush Roosevelt Race Raceway's
way's Raceway's opening program. -'
1 The crowd the largest ever t
watch a harness racing oresram.
topped by plenty the. biggest turn-'
out thus far this season at either
the Polo Grounds. or Ebbets Field.'
Only four Yankee Stadium crowds
this season tupped the Roosevelt
figure and the Yankees generally
are regarded as New York's best
drawing card of any sort. f
The Roosevelt has' been' com
pletely rebuilt at a eost of 20 mil million
lion million dollars.
KENT. Ohid (UP) Carl E.
Erickson, former Boston Univer
sity ofotbaii star assumed his du
ties Thursday as the athletic di
rector at Kent State University.
Erickson previously was head of
athletics at Southern Illinois
University.
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THE PANAMA J1MERICAN AN .INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER,
PAGE SEVE1
. SATUKDAx, Ally IJaT 3, 1957-'
Truly Anmteur PubUmx Poor Mam 's, Golf Show.

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. ottttf A CATCH Lt:! Col.: Stanford B.' Jd.lnson,' Gr secition, Fort Amador, proudly dls-.i;
Tjlayr.the62 pound 'roarlin he. caught this week.' to Ws wife Lottie and daughter Judy

acre Aeven. uoionei joiuisun.
boat. This,
. By JIMMY IRf SLIM
NEW YC-RIC (NEAi Al Lopez
was standing In front of the White
Sox Adugout; talking about the
nlavm he. manages, when Luis
Aparicio, v who. look? more batboy
than i nhnrtstoo. hooped U the
steps, spikei clicking, and tnut
tri nmethir's in Soanish, :
tinit reached in his hip pocket,
milled 'out a lineup card and
hnwpil .lt to Ariaticio. The kid
grunted and ran out on the field,
tell him,,, Lopez said, "to
npak Enellsn. He always knew
iitliA rirnva Marty Marion
crazy. He'd make a mistake and
Marion would start yelling. So A A-naririo
naririo A-naririo would lust spread his
hands but and shake his head like
this as i he couldn't understand
whit Martv wat savins. He fig
ured-that could take the heat off
him. .-
,;When he makes a mistake
now." Senor Lodcz smiled, "he
luin about it in two laneufeges.
"'But we don't have any trouble
around here," he went on. -uok
at Pierce and Fox. They're in the
same. room and they're the heart
and soul of the club. Neither of
em even take drink of beer. If
you've ever had the other kind
and I've had tiiem your know
how good this is."
Xopez then rambled on- about
the two biggost reasons why I his
White Sox, who add their bits
like a broke guy does money,
have stayed' within hailing range
of the Yankees. ;
Jin smallish, tobacco chewing
Kelson Fox. the Sox have a sec
ond baseman who aeems to get
his power from the sleeves of his
shirt, but is a consistent .325 and
better hitter this season. Room Roommate
mate Roommate Billy Pieice, a "left handed
pitcher, feels' bis 175 pounds is
more than enough lor the job of
getting out American League Me Meters
ters Meters and he it proving tt by head heading
ing heading for 'bis 'second' straight 20-
game season.
The 'TVhiM iax? at their ost
daneerous. seem to set runners
on base uuevry conceivable way
ahnrt f hittinf. Without Pierce
and Fox. tiieie it no. telling how
low they would finish. ... -i
- For the roommates t come to
nTav Tn 'hf last flV yelfS. FOX
hat missed exactly.' two ball
games. Back w'len Paul' Richards
managed the club, he thought Fox
was ia need of a rest and pulled
him out of the lineup m Boston.
The second basemaa created such
a storm over it, he was put back
lot a hurry. . 1 r 1
' .Pierce, who leads the majors In
trikeouts,- is of a similar mind.
'The tongfi thing about pitching,"
he says. "4s iSc amount of time

nPiefcfc. Fox MoriA

But They re Fast Livers

Oyou nave 10 worn.- i pm
every four or five days. I I lose
twa in m row. then win one. my

' record "is two losses and a win.
tBut if ou're huter- and you
have to days that you go xero
for eight tln you tome back
and ft four for lour, you're hit-x-
m. r-r"
4J liiy does It vri'Jh the kind of,

wuiycwui m w ..yuu
is the second largest fh caught In

Even Sip

fast ball' normally reserved- fordo anything but run when he in

200-pounder and a slick slider,
Fox, who weighs no more than
160 pounds, makes his way with
speed, too. Nellie never seems to

Fifth Inte
SaUfish tournament Nbtes

With the Panama Rod and Reel
Club's billfish tourney not at the
haifwav mark. 165 eeoDle have al
ready taken part and at least
the same number -of people will
be fishing sometime before the
tnurnampnt end on AueY 16.
Prizes, whlca are aonaiea oy lo
cal firms, the Panama,: govern
ment and the Club are mostly
sterling pieces. .
While lew marnn nave oeeu
.aught to date, one world's rec
Sports Briefs
PfiHTtrrAWL. Wales up y-
Frank Jones, the Scottish fly
weight champion, won me vacant
British and British, .empire uues
Wednesday night when he knocKea
nut Len Reece of Wales in the
11th round of their scheduled 15-
round bout. Both titles were va
cated by Dai Dower of Walesi ;
DETROIT (UP) Tackle OUver
Spencer, traded ; away to the
Green Bay Packers by the Detroit
Lions last week, has decided to
report to tme Packers framing
camp at Stevens Point, Wis... after
first announcing he would give up
pro football to remain in his in
surance business here, ,'
OSLO, korwayUP) World rec record
ord record holder Roger. Moens of Bel Belgium
gium Belgium failed, to .better his own
mark in in 800-meter event here
Wednesday, but he managed to
beat America i Olympic champion
Tom Courtney and England's Der Derek
ek Derek Johnson in 1:46.0. Moens holds
the world mark, of l:45.7 Court
uey was timed in 1:46.2,, waiJe
Johnson Clocked 1:46.9. 1
Swedei Cheer Kraut
Wafer Polo Team J;
After Bare Victory
; ESKILTl'NA. Sweden! Aug. S
(UP.) Three members of a West
German WJter polo team refused
to .let decorum stand between
them and victory.
They seemed- to be having trou trouble
ble trouble with badly-fitting swim trunks
during an exhibition match here
Wednesday and solved the prob problem
lem problem by taking them off and con continuing
tinuing continuing the game without them.
-Spectators, shocked at first, re recovered
covered recovered to clieer lustily when the
Germans, Ivhind at the time, won
the game, 53.

.
the tournament so i far.

. VUt uuj uvy .-i
a baseball suit. .. :,
They have speed on thefield,
but you never use the word fast
t describe them off it.
ord hai' been "oettered In sailfish
by Frank Baxter's 159-pounder on
12 lb. test, a Pacific blue manin,
quite rare in these parts, was tak taken
en taken by Capt. t. J.-Emmett.
The "Sollura left on- Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday with Ken Middleton, Capt.
and Mrs. J. Andrews, jtnd Colom Colombian
bian Colombian Jorge Saldarnaga aboard. -.
The Sexton Bell left on Thurs
day for a .ttour day trip, carry carrying
ing carrying Dr. Rogelio Arias, Arturo Vial,
Mike Maduro and. Fernando Hal Hal-phen.
phen. Hal-phen. i The Husky will have. Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Quintero Mid Donald F. Scott
fishing.? La- Ray as Howard E.
Robinson and i Wilfred A. La Va Va-Me
Me Va-Me aboard to try, their luck. --
The Army,- Navy; and Panama
Canal boats are going out filled,
with sportsmen beading for the
fishing grounds. V
Charles Elliot, field editor O
"Outdoor Lie" caught a' 150 lb.
sailisb on 50 lb, test line wben
he ished last weekend. Watch or
his articled on -Panama ishing in
a forthcoming issue of the maga magazine.
zine. magazine. John Martin of "Southern
Outdoor Lie" let Saturday so
that he couli tell about our fish fishing
ing fishing on his Sunday TV and radio radio-program.
program. radio-program. Both editors hope to re return
turn return here or game ishing.,
Lasl Hope Of Giants
Remaining In II.Y.
Apparently Gone r
NEW YORK (UP) Another
hope, perhaps the last, of keeping'
the New York-Giants here disap-
peared today jwith the announce-,
ment they definitely will not move
into the Yankee Stadium.
Giants owner Horace Stoneham
and Yankes owner Dan Topping
revealed that they met Tuesday
and Wednesday to discuss "the
possibility of the Giants moving
into Yankee Stadium," which had
been suggested as an alternative
to the Giants leaving town.
But the owners agreed that
they couldrf't live together in "the
house that Babe Ruth built." t
In a joint statement, Stoneham
and Topping said they agreed
"there were so many obstacles in
the way of operating -two clubs
successfully in one park that nei neither
ther neither club could consider auch a
move." ...
The Giants declined to comment
on. a prediction ma'le Wednesday
by ATayor George Chrostopner of
San Francisco that they probably
will announce a decision to move
to San Francisco in about two
weeks. - - J

OiiSFiiif

ISalboa Surtimer Lea gut
Ttami"8 V
Won Lost
Albrook Flyers i
Kodman noiiers
3T 19
83. ''23
32 24
Clavton Carbines
Ancon 'Anchors (
Diablo Devils1
27 ;
Cocoli Palms
26
25
23
23
20
14
Curundu Comets
Amador Sailors
Corozal Chiefs
Farfan Fans
Balboa Boas
Five Leading averages
offee
200, Almeda J83, :Toland, Balcer
is; Aicnarason. ituay, aoysicr
179.
Thursday night, still working on
a double shift at the Balboa Bowi-
a-rena th& feature story wa? the
condition of the ''reconditioned''
Sllevs. The bowI-a-reQa ; sounded
more like the inside of a'firebouse
with the clanging of bells sound'
ed by the foul judge.
Toe approaches on the Janes
were so sticky that the boy? were
using the hop, skip and Jump steps.
More tnan iif teen fouls were re
corded and even those who were
not. fouling the approaches render
ed a mental hazard to most of the
bowlers.
The foul judge certainly earned
his sixpence., and electric bill went
up. At times the place looked jike
a pin ball machine with the fold
indicators lighting up the estab-,
lishment.
The high ,team series for the
evening was 2564, which wrs 200
pins less than the high mark of
the league, and single high team
game was 890; more than one
hundred pins less than the sear
son s high game. .This is one night.
that the keglers had good reasons
for using their crying towels.
...
Albrook 4 Balboa 0
The top and bottom teams met
and the' Flyers kept on flying at
supersonic speed,, again sweeping
the series. They woa the first by
27 pins, the next by 123 but got a
real scare, in the last by eking a
eleven pin win. This ran their
string to 21 straight.
Lefty Ed Russell was the chief
pilot with a 536 and Bob Richard Richardson
son Richardson with a 516. Only Boa to toss a
500 series was Bob Boyer with 503.
now the Boas are in the pit by
six points and Albrook still maint maintained
ained maintained their supremecy by 14 points.
They could, stay home for three
weeks and still" be ahead. I
. Rodmaii 4 Cocoli 0 J
Rodmaii won the i first game
with a 712 when -Cocoli struggled
with a lowly 684. By the time the
second game rolled around, the
Rodman Boilers solved the ap approaches
proaches approaches and the lanes and had a
respectful gime of 855 But the
Palms were still unable to do any anything
thing anything 'right, and even when the
last game was concluded, Chuck
MctJarvey Palms wer still un un-able
able un-able to find the key of success on
the boards.' Only two players of
both rosters hit over the1 500 Bob
Toalnad with 585 and Art Graham
with 524. i
Clayton 3 Lot Riot 1
There wasv plenty of groans and
walling on alleys 3 and 4. Clayton
lost the first encounter- by .13
maples., but chalked up the next
three points. They managed to hold
third place- by slim margin of one
point.:. -"r-'V. ," :
The second highest average bow bowler,
ler, bowler, Chuck Almeda,, took a licking
in his average by 24 pins.-Only
another, lefty had no sweat when
Tony Luttenburger posted the best
of the night ""-a mighty good 591.;
Los Jtios Dick Soyster and Don
Rudy went over the half century i
pinfall with Dick getting 541 and

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Don 511:' Dick also ''missed getting

an ABC patch for Three-alike
games with 180, 180 and 181,
, Aneon A Farfan 0
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r With-a auartet .of. Anehhrs en.
29 ihg oVer 300,t he anchors won all
30 four points quite easily, Wickie
31 Wickham's 546, uu Glucl's 542 Bud
33 Balcer's 505 and Les Pahl's 500 was
33 too much for the Fans, Only Dick
36 LaBeau who started with a 2-3
42 but ran into trouble finished out of
the money, The only Fan that did
not fan out was Stormy Smith and
his red ball clicking for a 514 set.
Ancon with; their high set for the
nignc are now only one point out
oi me tnira slot in the loop. :
-Amador 3 Diablo 1
v The Amador sailors are still
'admirals and riding on the "crest
of winning waves. They faltered
only in that mid game by two
marK, otnerwise they swept the
decks and took three points from
Bill the Kid Coffee's Diablo Devils.
Billy missed out on his usual
600 serie and he failed to register
a 200 game but he still was the
best in the combat with a 577, Rog Rogers
ers Rogers gave him some assistance
with a 515, but Dick Bliss' 552 and
Mike Mikulek's 513 and fair sup support
port support from the other put the sailors
ia the win column. r
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Curundu 4 Corozal 0
The Coniets from Curundu shot
through the Corozal Chiefs who
could not put out the fire.. Result
curundu 4 Chiefs 0i Lou Haek and
Jerry Sturges led the attack with
533 and 534. Whereas no chief'came
close, to .the half thousand figure1.
The Comets, instead of falling as
normal comets ; generally do, are
ciimmng .iup the ladder. They are
out of the first division bv onlv
point.
'Honor Roll 600 Club NONE.
Two Hundred Club. Richardson .200
RUssell 203; Toland 212. 220: Luti
tenberger 211; Turner 263,. Wick-
nam 204; LaBeau 203; Rodgers
201; Bliss 222;
Important Notice: There is a
possibility of the 12 lanes being
available next week. Watch this
space next Wednesday as to wheth whether
er whether th loop will function with one
or two shifts. t
Bowling oddity Sid Sherman
of Toledo hit a 300 game, using
alternateight.and left hand toss-
eav I. i. ...';'.' at
By BEANS REARDON
. Written for NEA Service
QUESTION. With a', runner on
third base, a balk is called on the
pitcher as he pitches. The bat
ter s une anve nils the runner
leaving third base and ricochets
out into leu fled. Does the run
count Does the batter get a
nit can sumner.
Answer: 'The run scores on
the balk, which takes precedent.
The batter resumes battina.
" Q. With tha bases filled without
benefit of an error and none out,
the batter grounds to' the third
baseman Who throws to the catch catcher,
er, catcher, forcing the man from third.
The man from second base scores
on the catcher's throw to the first
baseman, retiring the batter. Is
this an earned run Jack Phillips.
A. YesThe man scored ena
fi)dr't choice, v j
jQ. In soffr ball, is a fielder per
mitted to block a runner off the
basei-Herma i Galub.
A. Yes, provided he has the
ball. v . ,
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HERSH2Y. Pa. (NEA) Anoth

:r Public Links Championship-
he 32nd Will be decided in a
.inal 36 holes of matcn play over
.ue uersney. park Gou uud
course todiv.
This tom'nanient'v is more ama
teur than any ,,other. It is for play players
ers players who. can tufiord to join a pri private
vate private club. If the caliber of play is
a grade or two or Jhree below that
of the United States Amateur it's
because the combatants, havsnt
the time to nerfect their fames.
. These ara week-euo drivers who
clutter uo dudIic layouts instead
of highways, They compete in the
T1..1.1:- T I I .1 !. .1 M
ruuuc unxs uurins vHcauuu ana
bring the wives and kids. They
may accept lust' class round trip
transportation and $10 a day ex
pense money. Because of the lack
of publicity tr ippings there are
no prima uinnas,-no .prouiems.
The workers just come to play.
Practically uvsrv occupation and
state ana territory in represented.
The detenriin,? champion is Junie
Buxbaum. an electrical appliance
salesman from Memphis, Former
champions m the field are Stan
ley Bielat. Yoiihers, IS. Y.. -truck
driver, and AnUrew Szwedko, a
steel pipe inspector in Pittsburgh
There are lumbers,, tree trim'
mers, rigger. weioers, pit crane crane-men
men crane-men and rubbish collectors.
The winner has to play a lot of
golf. He win have quauuea over
72 holes, 38 in his section ana 36
at the battle ue, mm won Jour
18-hole and two 36-hole matches.
There were 1.900 entries with 150
moving on t. Hershey. The quali
fying rounds at the site deter
mine the 64 getting a wnack at
match play. w
A number of fine golfers came
out of the iu'jlic Links Ed Fur Fur-gol,
gol, Fur-gol, the 1954 Open champion;. Wal Walter
ter Walter Burkemon. the 1953 PGA title-
holder; and the touring pros, Jim
my Clark and lven venturi, among
them.
Clark holds the all time quali qualifying
fying qualifying record, 6470-il34, in n948,
which beat his own low of 135,
turned in the year previous. The
64 is the lowest 18-hole score ever
recorded in a U. 3. Golf Associa Association
tion Association tournamcit.
Frank Straiaci, Pat Abbott,
Bruce McCormick and Sniley
Quick graduated from the Public
Links. -The winner qualified Jor
the Amateur and Quick came
closest to bagging, the double,
when he took Ted Bishop to, the
37th hole in the 1946 Amateur at
Baltusrgl. :
The short, tight and wooded
Hershey Park course is a positive
standout. A brook that is a paid
in the neck to, shOtmtikers never.
stopWindingl througir it. -Thel
are water hazards on three-quar
ters of the holes. The brook is
crossed thrca times playing the
18th. The court is 6,055
yards
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WASHINGTON (UP)-NationaI
Football League .commissioner
Bert Bell today recognized tne
National Football League Player's
Assn. Bell said he is prepared to
begin immediate negotiations with
the association over differences
between players and owners.
' Bell announced recognition of
the players union in a statement
prepared for the House anti-trust
subcommittee investigating the
status of professional sports."
- Bell said he was acting under
authority in the NFL constitution
to deal with matters "detrimental
to he welfare of pro fooball. He
said members .'of the committee
headed by Rep. Emmanuel Celler
(D-NY) appeared to oeueve tne
playersunion should be recogni
zed.
Ia another development, Chi
cago Bears owner George Halas
implied in testimony beiore tne
subcommittee that Communists
are backing moves to regulat pro
football under the federal antitrust
laws. ......
He said the Supreme Court
decision Feb. 25 placing tho sports
under the anti-trust laws, if allow
ed to stand, "will surely be a
mortal blow and will bring great
comfort only to those- who want
a foreign system substituted tor
ours."
Refused Recognition
Bell said the reason the club
owners refused to' recognize the
players union at a meeting in Jan January
uary January in Philadelphia was that
"there was doubt that the asocia-
tion- was truly, representative of
the players in the league."
To back up this position. Bell
quoted from a magazine article
by Baltimore Colts owner Carroll
D. Rosenbloom which said the
owners had balked because the
Chicago Bears players were not
in the association.
Rosenbloom, in the article in
the September, 1957 issue of Sports
Review quoted by Bell, said that
the owners also were told mem mem-bers
bers mem-bers of another club voted to send
a spokesman to the players meet meeting
ing meeting but then "more than half the
squad refused to ante up" $5
apiece to pay his expenses.
Rosenbloom said he was in
long and par is 3535--.?0.
It is fitting that this year's Pub Public
lic Public Links is beinfHontestedl' in
Hershey, wher everything is on
the municipal side.
The workini stiffs never had it
s0 good.
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favor; of the association ami so
were some of the other owners.
But "even as a proponent of the
association I had to admit there
seemed to be a question regarding
its stability," he said. "But there -'
was a definite doubt now, whether:
the association had blanket appro appro-val
val appro-val within the ranks of,, its ow
membership."
The Pappa Bear' -'
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tHalas testimony before the sub
committee today, was printed ia
a. brochure i. that included .'two'
photographs, of sporting, events.
, The first showed hundreds of
persons doing mass ', calisthenic ;
in a stadium and bore a Cpmm-,
unist hammer-and-sickle imprints
The second showed- a football
game in Chicago's Soldier Field.
- The caption read "Do you want
This" (over the first picture) "Or
This" (over the second). 1
Halas. said it -is crucial that,
Congress pass a law exempting t
football and. other pro team sports' -from
anti-trust laws. The decision
he said, is "whether our American
Way of life shall be changed." ,J
"Today the existence of profes ''
sional team sports is under attack
tomorrow it could be college ;
team .sports," he said.
Ray Robinson Begins j,
Training For Sepf.'i
in
Basilio. Title Bout 'f
NEW YORK (UPWSuean.Ra,':
Robinson plannel tq go to.Green-', :
wood Lake. N.Y.. todav and he,.:,
gin training for his mimon-dSJJaJ: i
defense of the middleweight crows
a a i n s t welterweight champion'
Carmen BasiHo at Yank?e la.,
dium, ept. 23. yj
Basilio,' already in training at
Alexandria' Ba, N.Y. on the Sfc 5
Lawrence River interupted hit i
work to come to ,Nw -,York!'foi
Wednesday's, formal signing r bi ;;
contracts for the bout," which wat
closed on June 28. 5 ft
Thirty -year-old Basilio, favored
at ;3-l0, will not be risking bis r
147-pound title whert he tries t&n
take .the 160-pound champronsbic
from Robinson. Carmen expects tc'.V'.
weigh vbout 151 pounds against-
itay s prooaois u. ;;

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 3. 1957
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Houses
A 0RINT:--New chalet: three
bedrooms, Hvlni-d i't rom'
' maid' town, norch and seraae.
Famishad at unfumUhad. Cornar
j"i aaa Onauantaaarie and 7th
Ava, Caca dal Mar ($ia Fraa Fraa-t
t Fraa-t V eiea. Pheaa S-3005.
FOR RENT: Clialaf in Balla
' v:r 3 hadraami. hat wafar.

v ate. Phena .1771 afUca liauw.

V HOUSI FOR RINTv Availabla
' K Sapt. 15. Coco dal Mar taction.
vK Wall kapt. fancad-In freundt,
madam, eamfartabla, aeal, thraa
i badraami. atudy room, 3 kathi,
, f 1 aarvica room. Call 1-6090. Vmt-
14 int arraniamant

. FOR RINT-A baautiful 2-bed-
raam chalat raeantly painttd, am-
pJa aareli, tarvant't quartart, fa fa-rata
rata fa-rata and lauadry. Firat Straat,
t Paraiil Na. J 9. Call talaphona
2-3206.
Resorts
. A SAIN rmarvatlan availabla at
Shrapiial'a, Santa CUra Baach.
Phona Tairmaiow. Ralboa 1772.
"s PHILLIPS' Oeaantlda Cottaga
, Santa Clara. Btx 1890 Pana Pana-ma,
ma, Pana-ma, R. da P. Phona Panama
J-W77, Cristobal Ma73.
' FOSTER'S C0TTA61S and lana
Baach Hauia. Phana Bilbea
? 2810, alna te twalva naan, Man Man-4it
4it Man-4it thraufh Friday.
JFOR RINTl Camplataly tur tur-.iihad
.iihad tur-.iihad haaaakaapini room, don don-'hla
'hla don-'hla caach, raMgarater, tteva,
'privata bath and antranca, gav gav-'rnmont
'rnmont gav-'rnmont Inipactad, aaar Hetal El
"Panama. Phana 3-0638.
RP's Dr. Chanis
lect8d Governor
Of ACP On Isthmus
; DE. ROLANDO CHANIS
pr. Rolando A. Chsnls, of Psn Psn-su&s
su&s Psn-su&s City, has been unanimously
elected Governor of the Ameri American
can American College of Physicians for the
Republic of Panama and the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
.The American College of Phy Phy-skUans
skUans Phy-skUans is the highest ranking
organization for internists on
;Jhe continent, and its governors
. .are its regional directors.
, Dr. Chanis, of the Santo To To-mas
mas To-mas Hospital staff, also is one
of -the three' Panamanian doc-
tofs serving as consultants for
-(torgas Hospital. The other two
; frp Dr. Antonio Gonzalez Revi Revi-Ilia,
Ilia, Revi-Ilia, consultant in neuro-surgery,
and Dr. Mario Rognonl, consul consul-Itaht
Itaht consul-Itaht In cardiology,
i Chanis, a graduate of the
Psjnama National Institute and
of. Johns Hopkins University, is
s professor at the Medical
School of the University of Pan
ama, a former president of wie
Panama National Medical Asso
ciation and lifetime secretary
general of the Panamanian Aca-
oemy or Mecuctne ana surgery.
Dig That Shoe
CHICAGO, Aug. S (UPV-Chicsgo
police have their candidate for the
"fastest maa alive" if they
catch him. A burglar pursued by
' patrolman Elmer Brown took off
oo fast he sprang "right out of his
shoes." The shoes are being kept
as evidence.
1958
FORD EDSEL
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Apartments

ATTENTION. O. I.I Jutt built
madam furniahad apartmanta. I,
2 bad rooms, bat. cald watar.
Phena Panama 1-4941.
FOR RENT Spacious two-bedroom
uafwraiihed apartmant in
fina ratidantial dictrict. Ririora
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during fflca hours.
FOR RENT) Baautiful madam
f urnithad 2-badroom apartmant.
including housawara. Ava.' Paru
37-48.
FOR RENT: Fumlihad apart apart-martts,
martts, apart-martts, scraanad, military inipact inipactad,
ad, inipactad, ana and two bedrooms. Call
Panama 2-3065.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, living and
dining room, porch, etc. 45th St.
No. 2-113.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military inspected. Yia Po Po-rras
rras Po-rras No. 99. $55.
FOR RENT: Army inspected,
furnished 1 -bedroom apartmant,
4th of July Ave. Phone 2-2081
or 2-1 140.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartmant, living-dining
room, two bodrooms. Bella
Viita, 43rd St. Na. 64.
FOR RENT. Furnished apart apartments
ments apartments an the main highway. Cor Corner
ner Corner 11th Street, Lefevro Park.
Call 3-4818.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished
apartmant on Via Perras No.
120, beside Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commissary. Far
information phena 8-5024.
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,
perch, hot watar, maid's room,
gerage. Balla Vlete, Colombia St.
Na. 44-17. Inquire same build building.
ing. building. Canal In
(Centtnned trem Pace 1
crease In the delay time now
caused by clear-cat ships.
Although the proposed rear rearrangement
rangement rearrangement of transit schedules
will not increase traffic capaci capacity
ty capacity under the new conditions, it
will mean an average saving of
some three hours in "walting-and-transit"
time for ships using
the Canal and effect monetary
savings fqr shipping which will
aggregate some $2,000,000 a year.
The widening of Paraiso and
Cuearacha reaches and the
deepening project would eost
an estimated $11,609,800 and
would require tbe removal of
approximately 8,200,000 cubic
yards of material.
This yardage Is exclusive of
material excavated in widening
Bend 1868, located in the Parai Paraiso
so Paraiso reach, on which work now is
being started.
All of the material In both
reaches will be removed from the
west bank of the channel.
The section of the channel
to be widened has been the
scene of many accidents and
Is considered particularly has has-ardous.
ardous. has-ardous. because of Its narrow,
rocky banks and by the surges
of water there from lockages
at Pedro MigueL
When the project Is complet completed,
ed, completed, it will permit large ships, as
well as others requiring clear clear-cut
cut clear-cut transit, to meet and pass
for more than half the distance
of the Cut section, materially
decreasing loss of time in hand handling
ling handling these vessels.
Dan en Road
(Continued from rare 11
location and lay-out be done by
contract and-' that bids be re requested
quested requested from companies spe
cializing in this type of work, so
that -the road can be completed
as safely, economically, and
quickly as possible.
Talks are underway among
the delegates to line up support
for a recommendation on the
financing of the Darlen road
project to close the last gap in
the Pan American Highway sys
tem, t
It was also brought out at the
Congress that they can only
recommend a financing plan to
the hemisphere governments.
Actual Implementation of any
arrangements worked out here
would be up to the executive
committee of the Congress to be
elected before they adjourn next
Saturday.
Delegates to the conference
were making a first-hand in inspection
spection inspection trio of the Panama sec
tion of the highway up to Peno-I
nome. Tney were expected back
in tbe late afternoon.
Tonight they will be feted at
a reception te be held at Hotel
H Panama given by the Esso
Standard Oil Company of Pan-

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the Bella Vista Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1956 Dodge Hard Hardtop
top Hardtop Coronet, Phone Navy 3231.
FOR SALE: 1949 Hudson
Commodore, $200. Phone Balboa
2-1461.
FOR SALE: 1957 Opal automo automobile,
bile, automobile, two doors, 3 months use,
2000 miles, $1400.' Telephone
3-3291. 3-2622.
FOR SALE: 1948 DeSoto 5 5-passenger
passenger 5-passenger coupe, radio, excellent
condition. Call Navy 3663.
FOR SALE: 1949 Dodge 2-dr
metallie green with radio, all
ether accessories, good ttres. Call,
4-596.
FOR SALE: '52 Mercury Mon Monterey
terey Monterey Hardtop, now tires, battery.
Best offer ever $900. Refrigera Refrigerator,
tor, Refrigerator, sawing machine, metal beds.
Balboa 4469.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford Cus Customize,
tomize, Customize, 6-cyL, radio, new bat battery,
tery, battery, good rubber. Can ba fi financed.
nanced. financed. Phono Balboa 1464.
FOR SALE. 1957 Station Wag Wagon
on Wagon Country Club Ford, 4 doors,
20 days use. 1000 milas $3400.
Telephone 3-3291; 3-2622.
FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge, top
shape. Must sell this week. Any
reasonsble offer accepted. 5341 5341-D,
D, 5341-D, Davis Street, Viable. Phono
Balboa 2-1802.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
Station Wagon, 6 -cylinder, 6 6-passenaor.
passenaor. 6-passenaor. Cartop carrier and ex extras,
tras, extras, $1300. Phono 3-2387.
8102-B. Margarita
FOR SALE: 1956 Fordomstic
Country Sedan. 8-cylinder, 2
seats, radio, new tires, mufflers,
tailpipes, $2100; cash er trade trade-in
in trade-in considered. Balboa 2-3050.
L E A V I bj G: 1949 Chevrolet
Convertible, good aondition, new
top, redio, new seat covers. Csll
Crittobal 2354.
FOR SALE 1953 awnar driven
Morris 4-doer sedan, duty psid.
Only $500. See f Household Ex Ex-change,
change, Ex-change, 41 Auto Row.
leading
CAMERAS
Inlernat ional. Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
2-2451 22562
Loam Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.aa. Phone 2-2451
a by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama t-0532
VISIT
OUR
CAMERA
Department
PANAMA o COLON
Across El Banco Naclonal
Heavy Equipment
Training Team
To Co To Paraguay
A two-msn mobile training team
from the Engineer Section. U.S.
Army Caribbean, will depart tbe
Caaal Zone about Aug. 22 for Pa
raguay lor the purpose of instruct instructing
ing instructing Paraguayaa army personnel
ia the use of heavy engineer con-
stniction4ype equipment.
Uakia" up the team will be
Richard G. Smith, a civiUaa em employe
ploye employe of the Eagineer Office st
Fort daytea, a ad M-SgL Bruno
GaUego. an engineer equipment re re-pairmaa
pairmaa re-pairmaa stationed st the U. S.
Army Caribbeaa School at Fort
Cubes,-
They wiQ resnaie ta Paraguay II
(n a ttrvw4 mi Ofl Amwn. durin
which they wiO Sdvise army
personnel of Paraguay ea proper
maintoaaace and operation proce
dures to assure the m una am Lit

of te equipment.

SERVICES;

The FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Marcado El Ray, offers
efficient filling of prescriptions
and homt delivery service. Phone
3-3416.'
3-minute car wash $1,'eteam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $5. Auto-Bene, Trsni-lsth-mian
Highway near Sears.
The oast dinners and drinks
are aorvod in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Motel International "Pla "Plate
te "Plate S do Mayo.
WANTED: Heater for 1957
Ford. Phono Kobbe 4141 after 5
p.m.
POSITION WANTED: Experi Experienced,
enced, Experienced, hand in accounting, cor correspondence
respondence correspondence both, Engliih and
Spanish, and general office work,
desires position. Fourteen years
of experience. Write Box 93.
Colon. -JB.
(Reg. U.S. Paf. Off.)
By UNITED PRESS
WASHINGTON- Defense Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Charles E. Wilson, on plac placing
ing placing an air-tight spending limit on
the military services:
"1 won't aonrove anything that
would raise defense costs one dol dollar
lar dollar in the frame of mind I'm in
now."
WASHINGTON Sen. Barry
Goldwater (R-Ariz.), on the gar garment
ment garment industry activities of labor
racketeer Johnny Dio and his as associate,
sociate, associate, Theodore tTeddy Ray)
Rij:
, "I am ashamed that people like
this hide pehindthe skirts of
America." v V ..'
HOLLYWOOD -4,Cornelius Van-
derbiH Whitney, on "plans, to di divorce
vorce divorce his third wife and msrry
the star of his first Bollywood
movie:
"It isr difficult to explain mari marital
tal marital troubles, nd it is always un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant to try but increasing
conflicts have reset my marriage
over the past several years,M
DENVER Mamie Eisenhower,
on dedicating a park in her honor.
"I hope through "the years that
all the young mothers in this area
will say to their children: 'Hurry
up now and get over there and
play in Mam;:'s park."
HOLLYWOOD Irish Italian
starlet Gia Scala, denying she was
drunk when her sports car hit a
house:
"I just had a couple of glasses
or champagne with a doctor who
is treating my mother. I'm really
a good girl."
Vivian Leigh
To Spend Holiday
Wilh Former Hubby
LONDON, Aug. S (UP) Actress
Vivien Leigh said today that, she
would spend the first vacation in
16 years with her formerliUsband,
and that Sir Laurence Olivier, her
present spouse, would holiday
with his son. by a former mar marriage.
riage. marriage. "We thought it would be an Idea
to try something new," Miss
Leigh told the London 'Dally Ex Ex-oress."
oress." Ex-oress." She said that she and Sir
Laurence had not vacationed seo seo-arately
arately seo-arately since their marriage in
1941. v
Miss Leigh will tour Europe
with Leigh Holmaa and their 23-year-old
daughter, Suzanne. Sir
Laurence will visit Scotland with
Tarquin, his 21-year-old son. In
August tbe Olivier pun to-meet
in Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, at the
invitation of President Tito. He
asked them to come when thev
were in Belgrade earlier this
year. -
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Miscellaneous;1
FOR SALE Save money I Buy
Clayco blocks, 4" a 12" x 12".'
.They are .economical, light v and
do not track, S 1 23.20 per thou-
sand. Clayco fir Alfareria, S. A.,
Via Espaiia N. 37-48. Phone
3-0160.
FOR SALE: Lsttice for duplex
bsiement. Call Navy 3079 or
357.
FOR SALE: Four-poster bad,
complete; 9x12 wool rug,, floral
design; 9' refrigerator, 25-cycla.
Balboa 2-1782.
FOR SALE: 21 -In. GE T.V.
console modal 1956, 25 or 60 60-cycle
cycle 60-cycle $165; two Hollywood beds
with innersprlng mattresses $35
esch. Call Navy 3663.
FOR SALE: Leaving. New of office
fice office furniture, half cost price;
typewriter, good condition. Cos Costilla
tilla Costilla dal Ore Building, Apartment
26., Phone 3-4923.
FOR SALEs-Big sale of LP rec records,
ords, records, 50 discount on classical,
popular and jaxz. Agencies Diia,
37th St. No. 6-A. ;
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Cushman motor
scooter, Celt Balboa 2-1581.
Church
UNION CHURCH
Balboa
It's to be fun and friendshin fiw
the children at the Balboa Union
Church. .;
Beginning Monday., the annual
Vacation Church School will be o o-pen
pen o-pen with stories, worship, play.
Bible study games, sones and
freshments.
Lasting two weeks, the program
will include Christian friendshin at
home and abroad., The vouneest
children will begin with friends at
home and in the community. The
omer ones will extend the storv
of the missionary endeavor to the
idea of friendship all around the
worm. . ,'W
Although Ihe activities are ulan-
ned primarily for the youth of the
Balboa Union Church, a warm
welcome is exteded to any inter
ested young people who waBt to
join the Christian fun and friend
ship. The vacation' Church School
at Balboa Union Church is open
to all.
Second Riot In Six

By Inmates Off Utah State Prison

POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN. U-
tah, Aug. .3' 'UP) Inmates of
the Utah State Prison staged their
second not in six months last
night, holding 13 visiting woman
band members and four others
hostage during the brief 'uprising.
Prison authorities were unable
today to explain the reason for
tbe riot and the prisoners gave no
motives. -
Prison guards' carylng sawed sawed-off
off sawed-off shotguns and.. 38 caliber pis
tols threatened to rush the rioters
and the disturbance ended abrupt-
ly. .. . t
All of the hostages, including
three prison officials, were releas-f
ed unharmed from the auditorium,
only lection affected by the riot.
The .women were calm and left

- A web ef dramatic. Interwoven stories: the tale of
.a strange marriage and Its hitter onflits; the fierce
rivalry between a hate-drives, rebel and his steel-wlUecV
brother; the savage war between a Texas cattle baron and
the nithlese carpctbargers ef the Southwest frontier's
" Provisional Government. -THREE VIOLENT fEOPLE" Is
as eplosrc as its title. A brillant east enacts tbe tech
nicoior outdoor drama, starring Charlton Beaton, Anne
Baxter and Gilbert Roland. Don't sains it on THURSDAY
Ith AT THX LUX.

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, Home Articles
FOR SALE: Rattan 5-piece din din-.
. din-. ette, 6-pieco living room set.
Price reasonable, phone Fort Da--
vis 421,. V i i i
LEAVING ISTHMUS: Will ell
lowest prices t -mahogany coffee 1
fable glass topi, 4 chairs, din-
; ing table, aluminum easy chairs,
miscellaneous dishes, household
.items. No.. 44 46th Street, corner ;
Colombia," facing park,- Phone
3.1857 from 5 to 9 p.m."
FOR SALE Dining room furni furniture:
ture: furniture: china closet, sideboard, ta-
bk and chain. Bedroom set,
House 7-46 Las Cruces. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Living room and
bedroom furniture: Hi-Fi, TV &
- radio combination, 20-foot deep
freeze, electric washer, dryer, i
' -dehumidifier : fir mangel ironer.
Many other items, 1 all in 'good
condition. Must sell, leaving
Isthmua. Phone Albrook 86 86-3101.
3101. 86-3101. v
FOR SALE: Two American twin
.beds V Holly wood"., style, with
plastic:' headboards; $85 each;
desk wchair $25; solid mahog mahogany
any mahogany frame bad $25.' All in good
condition. Phone 3-0721 Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. FOR SALE: Westinghouse re- i
frigarator, green grass rug 9'xl2,
table and 4 chairs, buffet. Call
Disbla 2-1441.
News
Parents are asked to have their
children at the church at 8:30 o'-"
clock each morning from Monday
througr Friday and to pick them
up at 11 a.m. The closing date is
Aug. 16.. A
t The registration fee is $1 00 for
the first child in a family, and
cents Jot, eachof'the, other
tor sister sV
ST. PETER'S
La Boca
The Woman's Auxiliary of St.
Peter's church in La Boca will
make its monthly corporate com communion
munion communion tomorow morning, in
which other vomen of the parish
are invited to join. .t,
With the Rev, Roger H. Greene
as celebrant and preacher, the
communion service will be choral,
starting 1 a.m.
Church school will follow morn
ing prayer at 9, and evening pray
er will be held 7:30.
By way of assisting with the
services, iayreaders will conduct
the' morning and evening prayers
Months Staged
shortly thereafter to fill another
engagement.
. Deputy warden John Turner said
last night s disturbance apparent'
ly was not connected with a riot
at the Point of the Mountain pris prison
on prison las Feb. 7 or a riot at Mon
tana State Prison at Deer Lodge,
Mont earlier this week.
However, he admitted that "four
or five" oi the convicts who were
responsible for last night's brief
disturbance also were ringleaders
of the February riot.
"It was strictly a spontaneous
disturbance." Turner Said. He em
phasized that "only a handful" of
tbe institution s 551, mm a ted parti
cipated in the riot and that "most
of the convicts were a gainst h.
They were paricularly opposed to
holding xne women as nostages."
r

Experienced driv driv-'
' driv-' Micro Taxi, 12 noon
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
' DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX.
Slip cover fir reupholstcry,. Free
pickup fir delivery. Heros Modem
Furniture, Phone 3-4628. ,;"
.' Please call if you have engaged a
maid from July 25 on, with the1
following description: Approx.
age 18, height 5 '4", weight 95
lbs., dark soft hair, light color,
fine long nose, brown so'tssso
and' small handbag (straw bas basket
ket basket Phone 2-4632 Panama
from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Domestic Employment
, WANTED: Maid for cleaning
and laundry.: 4 in family. Experi Experience
ence Experience and reference required. Ap-
ply only if honest and wilting to
work hard. Phone Wenborne,
3-2905.
Allamira Club
issues Invitations
for Formal Dance
Within the next five days; every
friend and supporter of Club Alta-
mira will have received his invi
tation to attend the Club's fifth
anniversary dance scheduled for
Saturday, Sept. 21.
The dance, a formal affair, will
be held at the Hotel EI Panama.
Proceeds of the dsnce will be
used to augrapnt the Club's schol scholarship
arship scholarship fund. Admittance will he
bv invitation only. Table; reserva reservations
tions reservations are being accepted by all
-members of the Club.
Clarence Martin and his El Pa Panama
nama Panama orchestra have been engag engaged
ed engaged to provide the music. .

WANTED
- ers. Apply
to 2 p.m.

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CHANGE IN COMMAND Lt CoL' David M. Ramsey (left)
. and Lt; CoL Miroslav F. Moucha (right) outgoing and incom
tng 003rd AAA Battalion commanding officers, respectively, at
a change of command ceremony- -held ..yesterday morning.
".''-.-"; ; Z ,(tf-5. Arnyr Photo)
903rd AAA Battalion Gets
Nevf. Commanding Officer

A change bf command eerao eerao-ay
ay eerao-ay at Fort Clayton's Engineer
quadrangle yesterday morning,
honored the 903rd AAA Battalion
outgoing commanding officer, Lt
CoL David M. Ramsey, and the
battalion's hew commanding offic
IX. CoL' Miroslav F. "Moucha: -
Ramsey has been assigned to
the G4 Sectio", Headquarters U.
S Arsnv Caribbean. After a short
leave be wiU report for duty as
chief of the eprations snd plans
division." -- :.:.
-'-
Arriving ia the Canal Zone July
a. Moucha was graduated from
West Point Military Academy ia
1941. He has attended the follow following
ing following Army schools: The Coast Ar Artillery
tillery Artillery School, tbe Strategic Intel Intelligence
ligence Intelligence School and other intelli intelligence
gence intelligence courses; sod the Fire. Con Control
trol Control School at Spery, N.Y.
Before his assignment te U.S.
Army Caribbean Moucha was as as-Signed
Signed as-Signed te tbe 02ice of the Afet

Boats b Motors:
FOR SALE: Small outl
speedboat, new. 1 0-hp. Evinrodt
. motor, v remota controls,- $425
Phena 3-2831. '
FOR SALE: ,24 -loot metal
', launch. See it opposite United
States Library, Casino. :
FOR SALE: 1 1 Va-ff. boat with
7 Vi -hp. motor and trailer. Phone
Kobbe 4141 after 5:00,
Lesson!
LEARN BALLROOM' Dancing
Adults Teenagers Preteens
Balboa 2.4239. Harriett and
Dunn. ( j ... ,
Dogs
FOR SALE: W- Cocker Spaniel
puppies, parti-colorv E 6th St.
2129-D, Curundu, 3:30 to 6:30.
U.S. Gives Jordan
$6,000,000
For Military Aid
AMMAN, Jxd'ui?. Aug.j (UP )
The United States today gave Jor Jordan
dan Jordan $6,500 000 ,', for military and
economic aid. i
Two checks were handed to
Jordanian officials. One was for
five million dollars as the second
half of a ml'itaty assistance
pledge made in 'April after King
Hussein crushed a leftist attempt
to. overthrow his regime.
j'The second check was for $1,
500,000, part of the 20 million, dol dollars
lars dollars the United State's has prom promised
ised promised Jordan li economic aid.
T
ant Chief of Staff, Intelligence,
Washington, D.C, ,-.
AdjuUnt's Call was-held at 9:30
S.m. and immediately following.
Ramsey trooped the Une, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by M-Sgt. Walter C Reed,
battalion -sergeant major.
Ramsey presented the battalion
colors to Lt Col.' i. C. Wilkersoa,
commanding officer. 15th AAA
Group, who in turn presented them
te Moucha.
CWO Ben H. Dooley. hatUUoa ad
jutant, read a letter ef commends-
tton from Wilkerson to Ramsey. -Ramsey
then -gave., farewell
address and CoL Moucha greeted
the troops, before they passed im
revww. 4, - .
Units participating iji the eeref
mony were Hqsv Blrf-, Btry. A"
and Btry. -C" of the 903rd end
Btrys. C sad "D" of the 74U
AAA Bn.
A receptkm was Held at the
Fort Clayton Officers Opes y ess
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By JIM PALMER, JO J
(Official U.S. Navy photo
By, Bob O'Horin, PH3)
Whoever heard a child who
didn't like to oe with other chil children;
dren; children; laugh; sing songs; draw;
learn something new to tell other

kids about

It's seldom you find a child who

doesn't Jike to take part in any

one ol these tnings.
Recently, the chapel of the U.S.
Naval Station at Rodman, under
the direction of Chaplain (Cmdr.)

John E. Hollingsworth, held its'
first "Vacation Bible School" in

some three years.

Eighty children enrolled to take
part ia the week long course and
had the opportunity to participate.

h each one of tliesee xciting things,
fcey were children of Navy Men,
of Marine Corps families and of
jNavy Civilian employes.
It would be wonderful if one
could tell pcoole what happens to
a man when he sees the faces of
80 children together at? one time
and what effect his first look had
on him. I looked aU those faces
the other day duripg the "general

assembly of the a yvNChapel's

assembly" of the Navy Chapel s

(Bible School ana felt reassured.
" For thoir young facts glowod
'with faith and understanding for
on anothoc;, raco or crd play play-.
. play-. od no prt in tho brotherhood
'thoy wara sharing together. You
could tod, .'or thorn it was no nothing
thing nothing but' fun." "V5:"

First they, sang some songs

Songs about America, about Jesus
.. .about lo'3 and understanding.

And then they pledged their alleig-

ance to tne nag ut tne united
States... to the Holy Bible and to
the Christian flag., "then they
inarched to their seperate classes

... the beginners.- the primaries

and the tumors.

Neediest to say, such a program

takes a lot of thought, preparation

and tworlc on the part of the a

dults concerned. Mrs. R. A. Grif

fin, general superintendent of the
Sunday School Department of the

Navy Cbapel, was in charge of

the project. Sundav school secre

taries Carolyn Sharp and La Verne

rr Pasca were busy with enroll

jmnts and tupolies and various
. o her kinds of odd jobs that will

pop up.
,- And since schools, be they

church schools or any other type

aim. to tech, there had to be
- teachers. For -the beginner 'there

, rt, Mrs7; T., M. Maberrt '.Mrs.
Miie Johhsoit'ond Mrs. B. J. Bow-tn-n.
Teaching the primaries were
,:'rs. t. G L Groft And Mrs. G.
XL TayloriWorklng as teachers in
the junior department were Mrs.
, J. N. McKse and Corporal Robert
E. Clune of the Marine Corps.
After you have teachers ior

such a school you find you need
helbersi-jAnd this Vacation Bible

School "had "Jut of, aWe helpers.
Helping out in the beginners de department
partment department were Nancy Sharp and
Mae Lynn Lewis. Primary teach teachers
ers teachers were assisted by Joy Ann
f Jackson, Jeanne Sant and Carolyn
Doughty. In the Junior Department
the two teachers were assisted by
Martha Hollingiworth.
: And if there was to be music
for the children to sing to, there
-had to be qaimsts, and serving in
this capacity during the Vacation
Bib1 School week were Mrs. W.
. H. Ledbetter and Margaret Anne
Ho'lingsworth. Thu total enrollme
. with both pupils and workers in in-J
J in-J eluded, was 98.
Some of th3 children heard sto stories
ries stories about esus, others learned

songs about Him ... other classes

Bible School
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Let the people know tji0 truth and the country U Abraham Lincoln.

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PANAMA, B T SATURDATj AUGUST J, 195?

FITS CENTS

Gui)on Govf. Troops, Rebels Clash Anew;

ifhdrawdl Of US Envoy

Solon Demands W

MARINF CORPORAL Robert E. Clune instructs a Jiuolor class. (Official USN Photograph)

HAVANA. Cuba. Autf.' -fUPW

Government troops clashed anew

wi in re Dei lorce in unente prov province
ince province in Easter Cuba' : yesterday.

lulling 10 rebels, i Cuban army

Headquarters reported.., j -r .
4 An army communique said the

latest encounter with element! of

the rebel force headed by r Fidel

Castro; took, place at Peladero,

south of the sierra Maitra Moun

tains where the rebels hay been
entrenched for months The 'com 'communique
munique 'communique said one government sol soldier
dier soldier was wounded and laree Quan

tities of rebel food ,and medicien

Meantime. "Sen. Ernest"'- Rosell.

acting on behalf of the 'govern

ment majority, introduced a resol-

aid courses. Some were building

biblical scenes trom their won art
work. Each had a chance to do
any one or all of these things.
Then after their class periods were
over came the fun of going through
the "Chow" line to get their coo cookies
kies cookies and punch after a busy and
full morning of studying.

But then, the thing that is apt
to impress you most about such
an undertaking, ist he great wealth
of material available. When you

tell people about it, the inevitable
retort is "Where and how do

vou find such material in a little

community"

You stop and think a minute,
and then perhaps you might an-

ers "I never met a man or child

swer by paraphrasing Will Rog Rogers
ers Rogers "1 never met a man on child

I didn't want to know or learn' a-

boiit." And every community, big

or little, has a lot to offer in that
respect.. This was a good, example

ol that.

White House Nixes

New England Plea

For Disaster Help

-Washington, Aug. 3 (UP). T

The White House rejected pleas
to designate sections of Mas

sachusetts, Rhode Island and Con

necticut as drought disaster areas.

It said drought conditions in the
three states were not severe
enough to warrant such action.

The notification was sent to the

governors of the states by eeraio
i. Morgan, special counsel to the

President. The governors had

asked that areas of their states

be declared major disaster areas
entitled to special federal aid.

Morean said the decision was

based on surveys by the Agricul-

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lution In Con jjre'ss'i today asking stration, Smith said all the wo-I A .secomj government newspe

"Ataja,' said editorially that

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PUNCH TIME Margaret .A. HoUlngsworth 'bands out punch to a pupil as Mrs. W. H. led ledbetter
better ledbetter tends to distributing cookies to the children, m thoy pass through the "chow1! line ioW
lowing their classes, at the Vacation Bible school. ; (OfXlclal USN Photograph j

studied their Bibles., while stilllture Departme.it and the Federal

Other classes learned from visual Civil Defense Administration

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for -the withorawal of U. S, Am-

oassador Karl T. Smith on the
grounds that he BC meddled in

Cuba a internal affairs and be
come "disturbing agent." i
There has been a srowine out

cry against Smith in the pro-gov-

ciuiuein press since oe visuea me

tne unente. province city of San
tiago, hotbed of anti-government
activity. t
A political general strike in San-

ported late yesterday to be 98 per

cent euecuve, contraoictmg earl earlier
ier earlier reports that it was on the

wane.

Latest reports from Santiago

saia moii ot :ne eity s ousmesses
were closed down yesterday aft-

ernoon. ine stme also was re-
Sorted to have spread to half a
oien other Orient r province
towns.' 1 i '
Rosell's resolution against
Smith, who has help hit post here
for only; 10 days, charged h had
''intervened in our internal prob prob-lems...taken
lems...taken prob-lems...taken action and expressed
opinions of affairs wjich art
strictly this ot the state.. .violated
diplomatic ethics, expressed con concepts
cepts concepts and opinions tc distrub pub
lie order .and become a disturb-

in ff stent."

resolution called on Con

gress, to declire Smith s conduct
"improper," to denounce him. to
the U. S. Congress as a disturbing
agent and short terminate his

services in uina. -

Public DemenatratioiM -S

Smith's vtst to Santiaffo was

the, occasion of public demonstra
tions against, the government.

When oolite arrested 20 women

and drenched .hundreds -of others
with .fire hoses as the demon

strated the ambassador c0mmeniLJ

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a xni ucn -excessive pouce

measures are abhorrent to me."

A few' hours after the demon-

men were released on his person

al representation, made through
the' U.S. Consulate.
i Smith also;, said' he would give

bis "most careful consideration
and attention" to a petition from
the J "mothers of Santiago" that
the t.S. government halt arms
shipments tp the Cuban govern government
ment government under the Mutual Defense
Program.
The petition charged such arms

are being used "against the Cu

ba people" ana not in the fight
against commnnisn.."
"Tiempo", a government news newspaper
paper newspaper ownod by Senator Rolando

Masferrer, published a front page

editorial today under the heading

"Smith Go Home ": It charsed

that Smith was 'laden with preju

dice ano woramg to -rum wnat

is left of his country's prestige in

r .. 'SelHaennt" Attitude

The editoria I also said Smith

had acted ia Santiago as the "ref

eree m a boxing match : and that

bis attitude was ''belligerent. It

concluded with the assertion that

Smith had meddled in Cuba a in.

ternal quarrels and added fuel to

the fire;"-

per.

Smith bad damaged the cause of

brotherhood among the American
nations" by turning himself into
"a mail box for complaints" and
a -"listener to ambition, ; hatred
and revenge."
"Ataja" editorial concluded that
Smith's "Meddling in Cuba's inter internal
nal internal affairs" Was a "defense of
Communist agitators" and that
such was not "the mission of any,
U.S. ambassador in Latin Ameri America,!'
ca,!' America,!' , ,-,

Sortie Days, v.-

COLUMBUS. Cmio. Auf .1 flTP

Ronald Adkini 1950 model ear
just wouldn't coonerata whim h.

tried to stop at a crossing for a
train. When Adkins put on the
brakes, they failed. When h'thrw

the car into gear, it stopped in the
middle of the tracks. When he
tried to accelerate, tha engine
flooded. Adkins Jumped clear just
before the train rammed hit ear
and threw it 60 yards down the
track.-i", ;

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BUILDING BIBLICAL SCENES from their own art, work are student of the primary de department
partment department of tho Rodman Chapel Bible School. . (Official USN Photograph)'
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Work Simplification Program r Saves Army $$$$

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EnriM VERA

A recent management Improve Improvement
ment Improvement report, compiled from key

ints witoin VJ. Army cano cano-an,
an, cano-an, shows a number of revisions
operating procedures in the va

rious services throughout the com command.
mand. command. According to the report, issued
for (ha list thrM month af fiiril

QBart UB3aa Mai' rear 1957 by the .management di-

. VB vision. Office of the Comptroller,
' : 'a I: Headquarters USAKCARIB, the

f "-' jgs. H I improvemeuU are expected to
I 'ffF4Mi v I save the command aa estimated
L ,VjVi Al $l.967 annually.

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t 1 1 gineer alaintenance chop, as a re-

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soM of S.e? taken to curtail the

acquisition ot unnecessary work

me to oecrcases is refiar re repairs
pairs repairs a ad overhauls, will realize

threugh the elimination of a num number
ber number oi civilian personnel positios.
A staff stddy and work simplifi simplification'
cation' simplification' program at--the-Ordnance
Section, CorozaL reveals a reor reorganization
ganization reorganization of vehicle storage faci facilities
lities facilities with estimates of annual
benefits amounting to $38,615. The
several improvements include the
release of floor space ia ti io io-rary
rary io-rary Army structures which re reduced
duced reduced buaget requirements consi-!
derably; the return of borrowed
storage space to owning agencies;
and reductions in mileage by work workmen
men workmen and toois and the no-productive
time of maintenance crews. I
In order to a3ev!aU the growth
of accoutiDf backlogs which de developed
veloped developed aitr the in Mail a tine of a
new accouatiag aystea ia th Aa-

tiQes Finance and Accountig Of Office,
fice, Office, Fort iBuchaan, P.R., a man management
agement management study was-jnad to de determine
termine determine the feasibility of re-distributing
work loads to acquire ur urgently
gently urgently needed accounting skills.

The study resulted in the reas reassignment
signment reassignment of accountants who re reduced
duced reduced the backlog so that the rec record
ord record of accounts is kept current
and documents art forwarded oa
schedule. An -annual savings of
$8,686 in 'salaries will also be

made.. ' : ; 'r
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Work simplifieation analysis
were also comoleted during the
quarter by 43 individual supervi supervisors
sors supervisors of variois units in tho Paea
ma area and 36 ia Ant'lfee. Of
these, a total of improvements
were intaUed with olla value
of ever $,ooa,

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The Ancon Bar-Grill

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Th mot Utr drink mixed bj the hel
bartenders in town.v.

FretA "mountain air,, the latest word
. in air-conditioning.
Tagty barbecues' from our barbecue pit.
The best service You'll be satisfied.
The pbics: Fourth of Jo!y Ave. and T Street
. '1 i.r VThi time: From 12 noon.