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MISS UNIVERSE IN PANAMA Gladys Zetider of Peru, who
wa selected Miss Universe of .. 1857 t th& recent world-wld
, beauty contest at Long Beach Is. shown wearing a Panama or orchid,
chid, orchid, which was presented to her upon her arrival last night.
Miss Universe Jeffc earlyftals morning to continue her Journey
' ... v i home,?' is i ., 4.
60,000-ton Floating Air Base
Launched Dv Admiral kadford
KORFOtK, Va., Aug.flO (UP). Adm. Arthur W. Radford
urged today that America keep its retaliatory striking force- so
powerful that no enemy can destroy it at the start of a war.
In his valedictory as a military man and as chairman of 'the
joint chiefs of staff; Radford said the f circumstances of history
and modem war have forced the United States to adopt a "na.
tional policy,lljof relying oa; retaliatory military strength to pre.
X that strength is to he mean meaningful,
ingful, meaningful, he siud, "it must be ade adequate,
quate, adequate, it must he ready for im
.. I J Must
be able to- avoicr oemg euiru euiru-ed
ed euiru-ed By enemy actioar at 4he outset
- Radfnrd. who will retire on Aug.
' 15 after 45 years, service, was the
main speaker at the commission commissioning
ing commissioning of the Navy's third super" air
craft carrier, uwjwa. T?ner-
Thewghth ship to bear the
honored name, the new 60,900-ton
floating air base .follows the sister
ships Forerstal and Saratoga into
the fleets and is in Radford's words
fa major addition to the; means
whereby we extena our, national
power in defense of peaeei'l
, Built ata"cost Of '$179,500,000,
the Ranger will have a crew.of
3,500 men and will carry about 90
aircraft, its speea is more u
. 30 knots. It is 1,046 feet long and
252 feet wide. i---;
Tha shin was commissioned
years to the month after; its keel
' was laid:- --'' v''-'-.--' ;-- ;Vr-:-'
The Navy has three more super
carriers on me way iuuy nw,
Independence, and Constellation
and plans to begin an atomic pow-
Radford, who once risked his
icareer io ngni iur aujicr
described the Raneer as a symbol
of the military readiness.: mobili
tyand teamwork? the armed forc
es must nave, He iea ine.-revou
of the Admirals" in 1949 wheor jt
appeared that the Javy would; be
-barred from building such ships
as tha Raneer. s A -jr'
The 61-year-old officer offered
- these suggestions for tne future
based en his long career: i
The United States cannot ex
pect a chance to mobilize and
rearm after Uie outbreak, of a gen general
eral general war." ; 1 -'
-x It must therefore place main
:500 Tons Of Scrap
To Be Sold Monday
;.f Public Auction
VS. Marshal Joseph R. Kln-r-
.d will aell approximately 500
t"3s of scrap iron at public auc auction,
tion, auction, at Pier 15 on Monday at 10
a m.' i s .- t
The scran Is divided ma ivn
lc.s, and will be sold to satisfy
Judgment of S7.CO0. If the first'ish heavyweight title next Monday
miicient, 10 aai-naid be would pay Lord AJtrin AJtrin-ry
ry AJtrin-ry the Judgment, the second cham $14 s round.,
wu rot be sold at auction -atf "M boy 'would go' easy with
this time. bim,". WicU said.
V AND TO SAO PAULO
' RIO BUENOS AIRES
, TeL Ptnami t-0975 ;
reliance on strong retaliatory fof c
es, ready to do'thir job "instan
taneously when and where called
upon and do it better than the
enemy." ;nw -: ;
The forces must be so strong
and sd? well defended that they
cannot be knocked out before they
can return' an enemy's blows.
forces neid in readiness for
general -war"' must have the ele
ments and flexibility to deal with
all other sitnations "varvins from
cold-war, to limited aggressions."
Budgetary limits make- it neces
sary tnat the forces be ready for
uum purposes. ; ;
Oil Tanker Will
On 13,000 Tom
Of fresliCZ Water
. A Panama flag oi) tankr, ar arriving
riving arriving today inalboa and bound
for Curacao will take on 13,000
tons of fresh Canal JUna water
hereJ-.;-'' . i '.
- According to local a feat Fnfnn
and Company-the water aboard
the 530-ft. long tanker Drlade will
be offloaded at Cancia vhw.
iresn water is scarce.,
The tanker, will store the 'water
in its empty oil tanks. .The tanks
will be cleaned by a special solu
tion first- .. -1.
Although' this practise' is not un
common, Fenton said totiay that
this was the first time one of the
ships they are handling has done
una. V-.--.V - ,j ...
r ln Curacao, oil will be loaded
onto the 9,000 gross ton tanker af af-terthe
terthe af-terthe water is stored in tanks.
The" ship, arriving today from the
Far fast will transit the Canal
and anchor at Gatun. .
. The Driade belongs to the Socie-
dad Anon uariume et Commer
ciale. r .... i
Critic Of Queen
Offered Real Fight
-LONDON. Aug. 10 fUPWThe
peer who criticized the vueen aad
had his face slapped for it 'was
offered a Job yesterday as spar sparring
ring sparring partner for a heavyweight box.
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' Jim Wicks, a manager of Harry
Cooper who will try for the Brit-
-V r".s it.
' wIt people know tha truth and
-In a brief "final act"
Highway Congress approved
by the six working commissions and given tentative ac
ceptance at earlier plenaries.
After a recess, the Congress held1 its closing session)
ending; 10 days of deliberations by some 180 delegates
from 20 American Republics.
site of the next Congress
The executive committee has
also been authorized, to call an
earlier interim Congress if It
should be indicated by progress
oi me proj ectea engineering
studies authorized on the Darien
Romulo OTarrill. the Mexican
delegate who was the outgoing
permanent committee chairman,
was .chosen to serve again in
that post.' 'V.i-.r,.-''v.-.
O'FarrUrs e J e c 1 1 o n ;,cime
through an unusual procedure,
after a vote had been taken to
elect the countries to serve, on
First, l was decided a to In Increase
crease Increase the committee from seven
member countries to nine. Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, as the outgoing host coun country,!
try,! country,! and 'Colombia, as the next
one, are automatic members.
Argentina. Brazil, Chile, the
unitea states, Mexico, peru ana
Venezuela were 'voted in as the
otner seven members.
al member countries to meet
and- elect a chairman. Bat in
anticipation of the plenary'
action,' it had already been a a-rreed
rreed a-rreed behind the scenes to ask
OTarrill to erv again.
After "the. vote 'on the com
mlttee. Conarress Chairman Ro
berto, Lopez Fabrega then took
an unusual, step and declared
O'Farrill elected by acclaim.
Tne 60-year-old Mexico City
newspaper publisher and busi businessman
nessman businessman is recognised to have
paced the highway project in
His country's exneriences In
handlinsr international tourists
on .the Mexican link of the road
are expected to set many pat
terns ior countries further south.
Delegates a creed as the con
ference closed that Its maior a-
chievement had been a recogni
tion oi the Darien Oan problem
as an. international one, not
lust the business of Panama and
This led to firm step taken
In commission early this week
and approved today. It au authorised
thorised authorised the permanent com committee
mittee committee to seek a f Inancinr for formula
mula formula for detailed ground tur
veys of the Darien and Choce
HOLLVWOOD, Aug! 10 (UP) A
former editor of Confidential mag magazine
azine magazine testified today that its pub
lisher wanted "stories that would
make readers whistle and say
we never anew mat before.
Howard Rushmore of New York.
the former confidential editor,
was called as a witntss as the
prosecution sought to convict two
Confidential movie land research
aides on charges of conspiracy to
commit criminal libeL Eearlier
attorneys had clashed over a un unsuccessful
successful unsuccessful attempt by teenage idol
Tab Hunter to escape a personal
appearance at the trial.
Superior Judge Herbert V.
Walker rejected a plea by Hunt Hunter's
er's Hunter's attorney that the actor's tes testimony
timony testimony would be "irrelevant and
But Rushmore, who was Co Co-fidential's
fidential's Co-fidential's eoitor in 1954, gave the
trial oromtse of test when be ssid
the magazine's publisher, Robert
Harrison, had explained to mm
that he wanted it tobe-'uniqut
in the field of Journalism to tell
the -stories that other newspapers
and magazines would not print
Later. he said,' Harrison told
him he thought the magazine
would sell better if it could be
more stories ea tnov
. .... -.'
Hirrisoa told me he thought
the stories were' too tame, and
that be needed stories that would
make readers whistle and say
we never knew that heTore.
Defense attorney Arthur J.
Crowley, whe e a 1 1 e ed srtor
Hunter's effortst e escape testtfy-
in g to a shouting, angry rnubart
with attorney Gilbert D. Seton. ob
jected strenuously to Rnshmere's
During a recess. Crowley told
reporters outside the courtroom
itmrnrtmrti Cwf' I InXvvyO ( mnu
. PANAMA R. P., SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1957
today, th 7th Pan -American
some 50-resolutions passed
plenary chose Bogota as the
due for 1960. v
.links.- Such studies will cost
Though all 60untrles went a-
long with this proposal, the
United States and Brazil made
it clear that no country is com
mitted to any proportion or tne
Foreign. Minister xAquilino
Boyd had been scheduled to de deliver
liver deliver today's final address, since
he was absent in Bocas del To To-ro
ro To-ro with President Ernesto de la
Oua,rdia, ,Jr., Minister of Public
Works Roberto i:-Xbpes Fabrega
gave the final speech, on the
Monsr. Paul Bernler, the Pa
pal Nuncio, and dean of the dip
lomatlc corpsi delivered the
benediction, j V
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I V IVVUUWW VI I llliay
Hiring In Canal Zone
Official word front Washington
to the effect that the-halt caUed
in civilian hiring by the armed
services affects the Canal Zone al
so Was reeived hire today.
- According to a spokesman for
the Caribbean Command, each
of the military .services here re received,
ceived, received, orders te carry eut the big
cut in the military's civilian man
power lorce. : ;
The spokesman had said earlier
that when the orders were receiv received
ed received here it would be up to the three
military services to carry out the
instructions "according to their
own departmental directives."
The Washington order, has stipu
lated thau ;
"The services may take on new
workers when it is necessary to
continue an essential activity and
laiiure to renire would result in
resorting to a. less 'economical al alternative."
Civilians also may he hired, jthe
order added, when there is a "ape-
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vine ueienniuauou mat a replace replacement
ment replacement is imperative for the "ef "efficient
ficient "efficient continuance" of a a um.
tial operation. -.- v,
In both eases, tha Srrfnr m
the service involved must be noti notified.
fied. notified. 'Confidential
that Rushmore's testimony had
"nothing to do" with the case in involving
volving involving Fred and Marjorie Meade,
the two actually on trial as opera
tors of Hollywood Research Ina
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GITXS WARMNO 6upertor
Judge Herbert J. Walker, who
is presiding over the Confiden
tial Magazine criminal libel
inii, in noiijwuoa, wwnca pjnH ia Europe.,
that he will issue bench war- Taylor, en route to Jaspeet
rants for the arrest of any 'Array Installations in Wert Ge Ge-movie
movie Ge-movie star that does not ap- jirafty. d the cuts would be part
pear at the trial In answer to a, of a world -wide reagaaizaiioa.
a 'it poena, but woii'd entail major rhaages
ths fuitiry U r"
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CHARGED WITH SPYING Col. Rudolf Ivan6vlcr Abel, a top
oviet intelligence officer who was indicted by a Brooklyn,
:N.Y., grand Jury on charges of transmitting" American defense
-land atomic secrets to Russia, signs removal paper before U.S.
jfCommissioner J. p. Hall at Edinburg, ,Tex. Abel was taken to
Sthe county Jail to await a court order authorizing the U-S.
-T" Marshal, to-take him to New York for trial. Abel Is at left.
U. Students Varned To Stay Out
Of Red China Or Lose Passports
WASHINGTON,' Aug.. 10 (UP)-
U.S. officials 'today said through
investigations will be made o any
American students at the Moscow
youth festival who visit Red China
The officials said stiff penalties
for trtvellinc to Red China might
be invoked a; result of court ae-
uon for anf, misuse of passperts.
Mlahout, SO 'Anrericanr youths at
jkfiuavvuvB uviu mvovuh s; vw s.i
th. festival rxe ;planiang,i te f isit
Re4 .China, HtJ
.The State Department can only
investigate violations of its ban
on travel to Red China.
If American officials overseas
have evidence that American
New Chief, Motor
Paul R. Kuyoth, a teacher in
Balboa High School, has been
transferred to the Motor Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Division as Chief of the
Southern District. He will succeed
Howard E, -Ailing, who left for the
United States recently.
- a uaura ,lt uug.i i0kuui, j
Kuyoth has been with the CanaH
organization -since 1851 when nt
Sined the Division of Schools as a
echanjcsl Drawing Teacher. He
has also,, tauaht regular classes
and extension classes in woodshop
ano-metai. snop. ;f
He served : with the U.S. Army
during 4he second World, War and
was eraduated in 1951 from Brad
ley University in Peoria, Illinois
with a Bachelor of Science Degree.
' Tried To Get Whistle
alleged listening' post for Confi
Rushmore also testified that he
was turned down in attempts to
have prominent Hollywood news newspaper
paper newspaper people, become sources of
mtormauon on me aner aara--m
the film eapitaL : ...
He said these included city edi editor
tor editor Agnes -Underwood of the Los
Angelea Herald --Express, Mike
Connolly of the Hollywood Report Reporter,
er, Reporter, Kendis Rochlen; Hollywood
writer for the Mirror-News, and
Aline Mosby of United Press.
Other names on a list given him
by publisher Harrison, he said, in included
cluded included Franceses de Scaffa, for former
mer former wife of actor Bruce Cabot
Miss De Scaffa was named by
Rusbruure as the "chief source in
Hollywood. She was one of those
indicted by the grand Jury but re refused
fused refused to .be extradited here from
era only whether a story was or
la the Hunter matter, Crowley
and Seim exchanged shouts 1 of
"You did" and "I didn't either."
Seton said that Crowley had
US Planning Small
Reduction In Army
Forces In Europe:;
LONDON. Aut 10 (UP) VS.
Army Chief of Staff Gen. Maxwell
D. Taylor said today the Army
ntannt imill redactions ia sean-
youths did go to Red China their
probably would be marked "valid
only for return to the United
Before this provision or any oth
er limitation is placed in the Das-
port the youths would have an op-
portunitf to reauest a hearing:, i;
THo State Department will with
now any immedute investigation
Until it is advised thatUmericans
iw, Moscow for1 the youth festival
actually go o. Red China, v( ;
While criminal action t nns-
sible. it was not used in the case
of three American newsmen who
recently defied the State tDepart-
ment oan and went to Red China.
Duke Might Have
Picked Up Shiner
COWES. Isle of Wieht fUP
lne uuxe of Edinburgh sported a
black eye today but no one seemed
to know where he got it.
The black eye was hidden by
aarx glasses, out yachtsmen who
talked with the Duke said there
were two marked bruises under
his right eyelid which could be
sees clearly when be rmovd the
No offcial reason was given
for. the shiner, but a member of
the royal yacht staff said, "I ex expect
pect expect the prince caught his eye on
the boom or on a rope while sail sailing.",
ing.", sailing.", Prince Philip and his son Prince
Charles are here for regatta week.
promised to ask Huntei and oth others
ers others only whtther a story was or
was not trut and no further ques question.
"I didn't either," bristled Crow Crowley.
ley. Crowley. "1 have no intention of con confining
fining confining myself to one question. I'll
ioiiqw tne inquiry to its conclu conclusion
sion conclusion to get the truth."
Crowley alluded to some details
of Confidential Tab Hunter story,
which has not yet been introduced
in court. Seton angrily warned,
warned, "You had better watch
what ycu say, Mr. Crowley."
Judge Walker settled the dis dispute
pute dispute by denying Seton's motion to
quash Hunter's trial summons.
Girard Breaks Out
On Town,1 Is Now
CAMP WHITTINGTON, Japan.
Aug. 10 (UP) The VS. Army an announced
nounced announced today it had placed spe specialist
cialist specialist 3C William S. Girard under
surveillance around the clock ea
suspicion of breaking ais restri-
-' ' ; '-;'.
A brief release said the army is
Investigating reports that the 21-
year-old Ottawa, IU., soldier left
this camp against orders Monday
night and spent three hours is e
nearby village tavern. t
Girard is under "administrative
restriction" to the base pending
the start of his trial ia a Japanese
court Aug. 26 for manslaughter ia
the fatal shooting of a Japanese
woman oa a rifle raage.
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To Opening Files
may have to drop its spy case against Soviet Cof. Rudolph
Ivanovich Abel until Conaress takes netion tn nmir cri
files, Congressional sources
The Justice Deportment
close to the department expressed fears about the out
come against Abel, who is regarded as one of the central
figures in the government's recent roundup of accused
Abel was indicted Wednesday on chardM rhnf '(
sent secret defense material to Russia while posing for
nine years as a Brooklyn Dhotodraoher If
would be liable to the death penalty.
Congressional concern about the outcome of the case
stemmed from the June 3 iinrfm r.,..i
compel the government to,
coses tMTBi reports ot prosecution witiiesses.
FBI Director 3. Edgar Hoover
has been knows for years to
strongly oppose disclosure of any
FBIitcDorta: that reveal FBI" In
confidential informants, ot injure
Uinocem peopie. ". ".--
- ".-- Some sources reported several
weeks ago that Hoover and his
associates feel they would prefer
the FBI to withdraw from the
prosecution ot some espionage and
other security vcases u nece j
to protect the sanctity of FBI tiles.
Any prosecution of an espionage
case without FBI participation
would be unlikely jl not lmpos-
In federal court in Brooklyn,
meanwhile, the balding Abel, 55,
tha highest ranging Russian spy
ever indicted in this country, gave
no sign that he would cooperate
to escape the possiDie ueatn sen
Abel refused ttf enter a plea to
the indictment returned Wednes
day in Brooklyn until he could ob
tain an attorney. Federal Judge
Matthew .Abruzzo granted the re
quest and set another hearing for
next iuesday. Abruzlo ordered
Abel held without -bail after As
sistant U. S. Attorney William F.
Tompkins said the spy would "flee
the country" if given the chance.
. Abel,, who posed for nine years
Panama Line Offers
$90 Special 2-Vay
Excursion To Haifi
A special $90 commercial tour tourist
ist tourist excursion rate on a round trip
from Panama to Haiti to Pana
ma has been authorized by the
Panama Line. At the same time
it was announced that stop-overs
at Port-au-Prince for a period with
in one year would be allowed with without
out without additionel charge on both one-,
way and round-trip tickets.
The new $90 tourist excursion
rate will be good for a special six-
day round trip from Haiti to the
The same special rates will ap
ply for rouitd-tno tickets from ens
tobal to Port-au-Prince. The final
limit for the north-bound trip, how however,
ever, however, is fixed at 16 days, which
will allow the local tourist a stop
over ia Haiti for one later sailing.
During this time he could also
make an air tour of other Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Islands.
The' Haitian tourist, on arrival
on the Isthmus after the two-day
sea voyage, can spend two days
ia Panama during wfcteb. .time he
caa take a package tour arrang arranged
ed arranged by local travel agencies.
In addition to the special com commercial
mercial commercial tourist rate to Haiti, there
ia a special rate' gives by the Pa Panama
nama Panama Line to Canal organization
employes travelling between Haiti
and the Canal Zone.
, RURAL FREI DELIVERY j
LOS ANGELES (UP The Au
tomobile Cub of Southera Califor
nia offers .a variety of help to
motorists. Auto club nurse Mrs.
N. R. Steely Thursday delivered
a baby in .tie courtyard oi the
club building. Carl E. Janes had
lost a race with the stork while
taking bis wile, Elizabeth, to the
10 (UP) The
said today. V v,
had no Comment hnf (niiwM
show defendants in criminal
rh .Jndictment'clrarge'o L'ihat
,7,.rn "t transmitted vital J
Al Empty Jeafi f
In leiprig Rally ,1
BERLIN. An a', tiro Li
Communist Part r,i mutf. ?
Khrushchev found himself wavinaV
,,fe!t today at,a "mMf,
hlm plede "devastating" i
retaliation against an attackjn j
?h12LshchtVu harpe(1 on f stand-'i
ard. theme that the. Soviet Union f
does not want war wd wffl 'mJ
attack the Uniurt Jr.
reception on his tour of EasfGr.
He told militia unit. ,;i,tij
wl", JL tha- the
esUm ores nrnkaKI .u
These bourgeois pres reoorf
make n0 imDri vSV
SL 7 hve lived throu'gh40
lldly." W nt lived
Nevertheless, when fa rova
iT8h th.e sUdium 10 fWfare
of frumpets, TV cameras showed
many more seats than rni. ?:
Two thirds of the seats ta the
vast 100,000-seat s t a di u kT-wTtI
in,! lthou8' Reds' had
,.the occasion as- a t'mas
" "Khnwbchev rode artSn"
the field in a car, waving his
gray hat even as be passed em p.
ty blocks of seats. Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei Gromyko and
Fast German Party Bess Walter
Ulhricht accomnanied him. '
mber of th armed worker
militia nrf the "Young Pionrn-
the Red vixrth ivranisariftn
l'ned m la th sdiuw to ch
e rolr poly Khrushchev and
hVen to his soeecb. I
He threel a devartatiPt
coonter b'ow to any nation at attacking
tacking attacking at Communist country.
Maybe He's Twins
"LONDON. Ausr. 10 VUPWR 4
Moscow said, today that Lt' Ge
Sir John Bagot Gl"hV fnrr-r
BrrHsh commander of the Jord-t
Arab Legion, is eomm"der I
British forces In Oman. The if.
erl was amused.-
Tl is amazing low I trar!
Gh'bb siM at his conitry Y"-
in Mayfield, Sussex. I can
If Believe I am hers." :
mmu amd puumn r h
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" Cam. Acoiwee. panaubwican, Panama
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ONI TH. IN ADVANCE
THB IS YOUR FORUM -1 THI READERS OWN COLUMN
Mhi mail box
Who are the schedules of
lor? Are they made for the
railroad pePfe? 0n,H
w. now leave ttotteSto "about 5:30 or 5:45 am. and get
home Tbout the "same time in the evening. If this new train
achedul nS Htato effect we will leave at 5:00 a.m. and not get
home until after :00 pjn. Our day is long enuugn as u n.
Just fieure what time we will have to leave the house and
liBure how wrly w"wiii reach the Pacific Side. I thought train
arhrduifs were made to set the most business.
WlS to the 700 I turn, train so important? It Is too late for
ny shopper or Panamanian businessman. Nothing Is open in
the Panamanian cltle? until 9:00 a.m. and women going to ei ei-to?ride
to?ride ei-to?ride for shopping have to leave before their children go to
tKL 5 &0haam. and the next train around
1:00 a.m. the railroad would get more cWtomeHntotorains.
Th's is for all the people who write the "Mail Box" with per personal
sonal personal problems so large that they want them aired in puhjic,
but don't have the guts to sign their own names to the letters.
Personally, I think that any one that has to sign his name,
"Disgusted "Fed Up," "Dented Fender," or as one should have
signed his letter "I Want a Swimming Pool Too," should have
the common decency to sign their own name instead of hiding
- behind the skirts of the newspaper.
Of course, this is my own opinion and seeing that I am one
' of the CPO'a who will be transferred to sea soon (as soon as one
Congressman gets a letter irom one oi ms amwuiuuo cumu cumu-tuents,
tuents, cumu-tuents, concerning so many naval personnel on shore duty), no no-ivwiv
ivwiv no-ivwiv win it.hpr acre or listen to me. As I have had the sum
total of five years on the "beach" in the 17 y2 years I have served
In the Navy, sending-me back to sea will break my heart. Please
write tain to your Congressmen and ask that I be allowed to
tay here long enough to get to know my children better.
t mow h wrrmc but t also think that the "congressman
writer" was also complaining about the swimming pool located
In the samo housing aroa. This swimming pool is not just for
the residents of the housing area. If you would check up on
your "facts" before you start screaming like a wounded ape, you
will nri that th nwimmine Dool Is for: (1) AH Naw Officers.
enlisted personnel, and their
all civilian workers and their
(3) All Army officers, enlisted
.tt.np.hprf tn Fort Amador fill
pendents attached to Fort Amador. And if you want to swim
In this pool at any time, come join my family as my guest.
In closing, I would like to extend my deepest sympathy to
the driver of the car that passed by Sunday night in the rain,
and hit the 10 mph speed sign so nard mat ne Knocxea wis zo zo-30
30 zo-30 pound sign clear over to the other side of the street. I hope
nobody in the car was hurt. If you had stopped to see what you
had hit, we would have been able to render first aid, if needed.
But don't feel bad about it, we will have the sign straightened,
fixed and replaced. Hope you can fix your car as easy.
1 I should probably sign this
. oea- but I won t.
The person who lost money
.m. and 7:30 a.m. luesaay can
between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday and stating tne amount lost,
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
No let uo to the terrible heat and none in sight. We are
still setting scattered rains, but
Just too hot to navigate so I sit hooked up with my radio and
It's been going bad on me quite a bit.
Sent it to the repair man and he returned it with the money
saying he could find nothing wrong. Strange to say I got my
Went for a drive yesterday through this scorched country,
and what I could see of it looks pitiful. Things not watered
dally are already brown, and the worst month has just begun.
We made the beautiful scenic drive and found it almost desert-
d. A lot of street worK is going on, cutting out all the blind
roads so when you start you can keep going.
I waa on the line when two monitors were braeelne on which
had the deepest oil welt. One
the other at Ft. Stockton at 19,600. Better look out, they may
drill through and drown Red China with Texas oil.
My friend Bill Haskins wants to know how the new Webb
ell field In New Xaredo Is coming. Signs so far, show that it will
be one of the best producers In the state.
Speeding and reckless driving will account for, not less than
20 lives this week. No use trying, the people don't want to be
educated. Just starting ip spend $1,800,000 on our 29,000 miles
plus of highways. As I nave said before we have nearly 900 road roadside
side roadside parks maintained by the road department and more to be
built later. Roads divided and almost foolproof get as many as
the cross country pig trails. 1 can show you a point on the main
. east-west road where I saw seven people killed on a straight
track with plain view, speeding to get to the bridge first and
tb same thing occurred again a month ago.
Radio just reported another San Antonio kill near Gonza Gonzales.
les. Gonzales. Go to it I can't stop them.
May I be so bold as to correct some of the statements
. cancuae in nis Aug. 8 Man eox. ieuei.
' First, how could Bunau-Varilla sign over control of some something
thing something that was not here at the time?
Candid stated that the Canal Is Panama's chief natural re resource.
source. resource. Who Is he kidding? "Natural." by my Webster, means
pertaining to. produced by, or in the course of (Mother) Nature.
It does not mean artificial, end much less unconverted.
Would Candlde explain how "nature," instead of sweat,
blood, money (lots and lets of it), machinery and good old Un Unci
ci Unci Sam, dug this ditch? "Canal," by the way, means an artifi artificial
cial artificial navigable waterway, duct, or tube for the passage of fluids.
This Canal was dug and financed completely by the United
States. Many Impediments, such as bad health conditions, had
1a It A.HWm. H fn,. If mfam MmnUful Vnu Pn!Ma ihtnb all
of this was free? And after the
aUwaya the cost of maintaining it
Does Candlde realize just bow long the Canal had been In
operation before the US broke even? AD the time it was being
kept up. operated, and slowly edging its way out of the vast hole
It had put In Uncle Sam's pocketbook, was Panama ever deprtv deprtv-.
. deprtv-. 4 of her annual cut? The Canal has therefore always been an
asset to Panama. It has only recently become an asset to us.
And how many times baa the treaty been changed to bene benefit
fit benefit Panama?
If tbe United State's had not dug this Canal, or had failed
.as did tb French, what mould Candide's "natural resource" be
Th United States has always paid her way. worked hard
and long for her posses ionj. her country and her democracy.
W have always had faith in our leaders. We the people put
them In the position of custodians of our country. In exchange
for loyalty we receive a Prosperous, exeat and free nation.
Why condemn on rnn for raising your economic level by
hundreds of years?
In reference to Candide's last paragraph, after such a great
expense, such a long struggle, and the loss of so many lives,
should the Panama Canal ever be denied to th Un -ates
by any man? ..
. -'':-,- .... -
imicii ram. INO.
NIW YORK. 1171 N V.
the Panama. Railroad tratas set
convenience tu uw vun.
tn hin the early commuters
dependents, attached to the 15ND
dependents attached to the 15ND
personnel and tnetr dependents,
civilian workers and their de
letter "Please Don't Bend Me To
. R. W. Bliss, USN
on the Clayton bus between 7
ciaim same oy camng ui-wio
not sufficient to do much good
said he finished at 19,008 feet,
Canal was completed, there wasU
By VICTOR (R1ESEL
DUSSELDORF. Germany The
man laughed when I sat down to
tell him of racketeering which has
turned muscle into millions tf dol dollars
lars dollars bock home,
This was not a sneering laugh.
Not h laughing laugh. Tiis was an
incredulous type' laugh. For this
fellow is Herr Tocke, vice presi president
dent president of. the powerful and wealthy
German Federation of Labor (D (D-GB),
GB), (D-GB), from which never a pfenning
has been stolen and not a Deuts Deutsche
che Deutsche mark has been looted from
its hundreds of millions id Jollars
worth of banks, real estate, office
buildings, apartment houses, stor stores,
es, stores, medical centers, welfare and
pension funds and garden variety
There has never been a racket
scandal in its long history.
And I believe I now know why
we are racket ridden in the U.S.
and the European unions are not.
I asked Herr Tocke why there
were no shakedowns, no terror, no
mob-run outfits in his federation.
He said simply that the Ger German's
man's German's 7,060,000 dvespayers
wouldn't tolerate a rich, or even
relatively well to do union chief.
The Gorman trade union leadar
cannot be s businenman on the
tide. He would not be to' rated
if he successfully invested in
real estate, or en the stock mar mar-ket,
ket, mar-ket, or in bus corporations.
"My people would oust me if I
even won a million marks in a lot lottery
tery lottery or foctbaU jwol," Herr Tocke
said. "They would feel that if I
were wealthy and rode around in
a big Mercedes Benz, or lived in
a viua with servamsr.my interests
would be different from theirs.
They would wish me well and re
move me quickly.
He explained that no German
labor leader can use either his' own
money or the union's directly or
indirectly, or the union's influence
or vantage point, make any
personal train. And if. accidental
ly, the German labor chief should
find himself making such money.
he must observe the unwritten mo moral
ral moral code and turn most of this
profit back into some union acti
For example, there is a law
here which puts union officials on
the board of directors of all iron
and steel corporations, and on h
management board of all German
companies. The union chief is paid
for this work, although he doesn't
have to give up his owa union post
era salary. y j-
Now It may cause some of the
boys back home some trauma trauma-tic
tic trauma-tic moments to learn from this
dispatch that these union chiefs
who doub'o as company officials
must turn back at least 20 per
cent, and often more of their
additions! income, to a union
fund which sonda workers' chil children
dren children to college on scholarships.
Furthermore, none of these u u-nion
nion u-nion leaders handle the Invest
ments of welfare and pension
funds. The money is out into a
bank, and the bank directors in invest
vest invest it. There are. no personal com commissions,
missions, commissions, no personally 'owned in
surance companies, no commis commissions
sions commissions on real estate purchased by
the funds in other words, tempta temptation
tion temptation is thrust from the officials
There's no graft or shakedowns
because there are no local unions
here. That's right. No local unions.
There are only national unions
which set wages so no local baron
can walk in and say, "My cut is
ten grand, or the wages will ben;
higher, or I'll call a strike. OnlyTpi
the national outfits can call a
strike, or a slowdown.
And they can't be too tough,
either, with any one employer
from on high. Because every plant
here, like the Krupp Steel Works
(4,000 items) which I visited in
nearby Essen, has a shop Work's
Council of its own. These are e-
lected by the workers themselves
in real democratic style. Every
body checks on everybody else.
But, vou many say, maybe the
national or regional union chiefs,
or the dues collectors in each town
or shop, can dip into the treasury.
He really can't. The national
DGB office here is covered by a
three-man auditing committee ap appointed
pointed appointed by the national council,
one man from Textile, one from
Leather and one from the Metal
Union, the world's largest with 1,-
703,000 members, xney can swoop
down on the books unannounced.
And they do. That goes for similar
roving auditors right down the
As for care, only th union's
council can approve th pare ha to
of n. Expenses? Th mighti
est f th warm an union enwra
' "tI.u ?TzS
After that h must gtt permis
Awkward? Maybe. But they run
a mighty powerful labor federa federation
tion federation her and it's do school for
seandaL It says simply, if you
want to be a working man's lead leader,
er, leader, be part of as, ears a salary
equal to the best of what we take
home. If you want to be a busi business
ness business man, go into business. But
you eant be both.
RICAN AX INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
DEPT. OF NO COMPLAINTS
Gloria De Haven flew into Killar-
ney on a belated honeymoon with
Dick Fincher and didn't have
nightie to call her own. Her
clothes got left behind at Idle
Dick wasn't angry at the airline
TODAY'S SHORT SHORT STO
RY: Hollywood's beautiful Barba
ra Rush is in London. Dusty Mil
ler is in London. Jeff Hunter is
in London. Barbara saw Dusty
and Jeff at a film premiere and
went over to say hello to them
Jeff merely nodded, Dusty (his
wife) turned her back. (Barbara
used to be Mrs. Jeff Hunter.) The
OT NOTHINGS FROM HOLLY
WOOD: Lex Barker, ex-Mr. Lana
Turner, saon off for London by
Susan Oliver. .Mai Zetterling has
special pormish to visit Ty Pow
or en "Tho Witness for th Pro
secution" set. It is closed to ALL
othr visitors to keep th ending
secrot. (Wanna bet?). . .Vikkl
(backless) Dougan really skips a
round. Today it's Skip Ward
(Who .he?) .And tomorrow, J
promisa to skip Deuganl
THIS IS NO GAG: Talking a
bout the $11,200 found in the cab
vacated by Carmine -De Sapio,
comedian joey Adams remarked
"i nope some poor man didn t
THIS IS HOW I HEAR IT:
Frank Sennes, owner of Holly Hollywood's
wood's Hollywood's Moulin Rouge, which was
Khe fabulous Earl Carroll's thea
tre-restaurant, and N. Y. Latin
Quarter's E. M. Loew. and Ed
Risman dickering on a deal to
lock-book attractions on a co-o
perative basis. Expect to be able
to provide up to 50 weeks' work
ior arusis Deiween tne in. y. ana
Miami Latin Quarters, Hollywood
and Las Vegas. .Vegas Desert
inn planning to lift my' oft oub
lished idea and import an all-Ja
panese snow irom roxyo. well,
it's a good idea because it's mine;
I'VE GOT TO WRITE IT. BUT
tou can skip IT: Here's an
other guy who sets around (ac
cording to the p.a.'s) and I do
mean Charles Conawav. the Ziee-
feld Follies producer. In the same
mail: (a) with Pat Clark Tonel
at the Hapsburg House, (b) with
TV actress Dody Marshall at the
Harwyn. .The "insiders" have
Lou Walters' new Cotham empor emporium
ium emporium in every room except the
right one. (Aren't Webb and
Knapp flirting with him to come
into the new building on the only
A more convenient
access to our
Storting August 1st
Entrance is now reached
by driving on "R" STREET
(on opposite tide
On THis Doorstep
location not' yet mentioned),
ADD jlAX srOrs: Max Loew's
NEW Casanova, at 79th and 2nd,
is the new garnering place of the
insomniacs, wth late songs and
hddles until 4 in the a.m. .
MEET THIS MAN WHO: Made
Miami Beach. He's Hank Meyer,
the bright young publicist who put
Miami xseacn on tne map. A gen
ius, a good iriend, and a nice guy.
DEPT. OF SO WHAT: Looks
like iona Gage,, the Mrs. "Miss
U.S.A." will cio better man the
actual winner. Latest oner tossed
in ner lap lancu wish 1 was) is
i us weeidy to appear in tne re
vamped "aegieia f ollies soon
uue ior a roau tour. .iito's Jer
ko-bla via wants in on tne world
,1 mm markets (to sup over a little
propaganda, natch) ahd is otter
ing dm money to Gwa-what s-her
name. Chevsuer, Vittorio de Sic a
and sucn. (Why, don't they try
Chaplin? That's where he be
long.) . .tm anyone remark a
bout the durability of Vincent Lo
pez wnose music goes on and on
at the Xai't Grill. lOnly iuncneon
oance music in town, too.i Vin
cent was the first big radio name
in tne country and he's still going
strong am a crew haircut yet.
. .Kiia uraDie, peeler, plans to
play the Mansiieid role in "Rock
uuuter" in Summer stock (How
about an even exchanee with
jayne doing the Grable stripping
IT'S NOT WHAT YOU SAY,
us nnu mt iii Last year
i Toia till truth about er mo in
hypocritical Enaland in mv luvnW
"ground the World Confidential,'
so konaon papers want into an
uproar. On, of $,000,000 circula
tion, stated seriously that I'd end
up in a hospital if 1 vr visited
London (and printed picture
of me swathed and bandaged to
snow new I'd look.) Sine then I
nav boon warned through sml
meal channels nyr to g to
"liberty-loving" England, again,
that if I am not slugged there I'll
b prosacuted for ls majatto.
Not vn Chicago Is that inhoioi
tibia t m. So I got quit a kick
out of th hadlin in tho London
Sketch that road "London U th
wickedest city of all." And it
quoted Sir John Nott-Bowor. bass
of Scotland Yard, to prove it, and
with a mass of figures about sax
crimes, uvn delinquency and
such that makes New York sm
lik a nuraary by comparison.
Mora of the Same: Not all th
bloodshed in Britain is caused by
juve delinquency, however. Plen Plenty
ty Plenty is union thuggery. Says the
London Express: "Violence has
of old ntra.nca)
come to British streets. Violence.
Stone-throwing, list-lighting. Win
dow smashing. Gun drawing."
Viciousness ot English strikers
pales the best efforts of our water-
xroni goons and U AW thugs in
the Konler strike. .Here's an un
usual sidelight on strikes (and
mayDe we should louow it up
here;, bcotlano Yard intrigued oi
cash by a foreign bank in xondon.
uver me past xO years this lor
eign bank has made witnarawals
m 10 smiling ano one pound notes
from its Loudon bank account., to-.
coicide witn important labor un-
rest, tret it?
CALL IT WHAT YOU WANT,
IT'a i'ILL MALONEYs Jimmy
Donahue and modal Bonni Col
cooping cool in th Henry Hud Hudson
son Hudson Chart Koom, (Well, what ls
would Jimmy be 'doing?) .
Uloria Haioy decided agin; th di divorce,
vorce, divorce, will see separata mainten
ance status instead from Buddy
dreg men. .Answers to Readers:
() No. Neither Jack Lait not I
uver nad anything to da 'with
publication tnat stole our titi an
(abased our formula, (b) My
nxt is "Women Confidential," i
mean it i snouid live so long, (e)
"Chicago Confidential" film win
b raisd by UA this Fall.
' I DONT KNOW, I'M ONLY
EKiN: Are BOUO Kockefeilnr'i
lormer admirer, rmi oi baa Mi Mi-niato,
niato, Mi-niato, and loveiy Marianne tVBn.
i ivcyuoius,. a new dinner date?
(Don't know but If so,' be sure
is lucky. She's one of tne nicest
young ladies anywhere.). .Did you
near aoout the chorine who threw
a getung unmarried oarty" and
mvued au the eligible bannolnr?
. .Did anyone mention tne swell
sow uonauon to the Bunyon Fund
irom tne am. if. Press phovogs' as association?
sociation? association? Great work, boys.
Did I note tnat Debra Paget' do doing
ing doing the Hwd spots with Pete Free Freeman?
man? Freeman? Or that Ralph Meeker, who
woos Jane fiusel in "The Fuzzy
'7 inigowa turn's a movie,
dud j woos Ann Wagner off
screen. Ann is a blonde and in
th pic. Jane is one. inn h
ruzzy tor blondes.
DEFINITION FROM THI n
WAY LEXICON: Bachelor- guy
wuu cumei io wora every morn
ing from a different direction.
i- i i
OLO AND NEW A plastic
mooci ot u u. earth sate).
uie, on U anaa's newest au
(tempts to conquer his environ
janent, caUhes eye ia en of hi
joldest cities. Bom. Tb model
on display at tb Tourth In.
itemaUonal Badio aod Beetrical
(Show there. ,
WASHINGTON John CowUhe.
the fteero politician who Disced
tne amazing iuu page pro-uona
advertisement in the Washington
edition of The Afro-American dur-
ing the criminal trial of Team
ster strongman Jimmy Hoffa.
seemed anxious to talk about c-
nything except the ad when final finally
ly finally reached on the telephone in De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, i -, i
He squirmed, alibWd, hesitat hesitated,
ed, hesitated, and refused t lv any ex explanation
planation explanation whatsoever as to wh
had writfcMi and paid for th In Inflammatory
flammatory Inflammatory ad bviusly pub.
lished for th purpose of' Influ Influ-ncing
ncing Influ-ncing th eight Negr members
f the ury.
Cowling is an employe of the
Wayne Country treasurer's office
and not exactly in a position to
pay ior tne ao himself.
Ihis sensational ad. plus news
stories in The Afro American.
plus the presence of ex boxing
cnamp joe ixiuis is tne courtroom
as the friend of Hoffa. may have
helped Hoffa' surprise acquittal
Negro members of the jury, how
ever, said tnat race did not en
ter the matter, 1
Mr. Cowling, when first reach
ed on the ohone in Detroit iden
tified himself as John Cowling,
but said his son, not he, had been
acuvu m the Hoffa' case. He said
bis son was in Washington work
ing on civil rights. He also said
that the "Detroit Citizens Civic
Committee," alleged sponsor of
the ad. was on of the biggest Ne
gro oranizctiona in" Detroit. ,
WAS COWLING CROWLINC?
Further inquiry proved from
staff members of The Afro-Ameri
can that it was John Cowling. Sen
ior, not his son, who placed th
advertisement signed -."by Frank
Crowling, director of the Detroit
Citizens Civic committee' u
Further inquiry also developed
that the Detroit Citizens Civic
Committee was not registered in
Detroit, was not listed in th phone
book, and was unknown to prom prominent
inent prominent Negroes as Congressman
Charles Diggs of Detroit. Appar Apparently
ently Apparently it -was a figment of some
one's imagination, conjured up to
make Ncero jurors believe that
Detroit Negroes were overwhelm overwhelmingly
ingly overwhelmingly behind Hoffa.
4egr leaders and thrs mi.
Detroit als had never harV f
Frank Crawling. In order t as
certain whthr John Cowling
was not in real fact als "Frank
Crowling," I called Cewlin a
second time and asked him why
he had not told m th truth...
"I have been in politics v 20
years," he replied. "I hav no
thing to say.'V
"Your son was not active m th
Hoffa matter," I questioned. ".The
Afro-American tells me you were.
'I work for Th Pittsburgh Cou
rier." renlied Cowlinff. referring
to one of the largest Negro news
"The Pittsburgh Courier office
tells me they have never heard of
you. How at you explain your
placing that ad wita The Airo-A-merican?"
"I'm ia tb newspaper busi
"Who drafted the ad?"
"I do not know."
"Who paid for it?"
"I do not know."
'Where did you get that name.
the 'Detroit Citizens Civic Com-
"I do not know anything about
it.' '.. ...
This, of course, was in direct
conflict' with what Cowling bad
said the night before; namely,
that the Detroit Citizen Civic
Committee was one of the biggest
Negro organizations in Detroit
"Who is Reverend : Daniel
James?" I asked, referring to a
Negro preacher in Detroit, who,
The Afro-American informed me,
had come to its office with Cow Cowling.
ling. Cowling. "I do not know," repeated Cow Cowling.
ling. Cowling. Musical Interlude:
3 Made music
4 Icy rain v
t Modes of'
tKind of 1
IS Heraldic band
17 Masculine v
2 J Musical
27 "Harp that
15 Little Bo- -31
Kind ef light
42 Kind of tim
4 Meeting '
49 Kind of battle
37 Leek r
2 Operatic sola
10 Musical ;
20 Make amends 31
22 Household 33
- gods : 33
23 Toward th 43
21 Entertainment 43
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SATURDAY, AUGUST H, 195T
Further attempts to elicit
turtn became useless.
THi AFRO'S STORY' V
The Washington .edition of Th
Afro-American which was sent to ;
th home of each' Neero turm in
the Hoffa case had this to say- a-
bout Detroit Negroes who cam
to Washington to work tor Hoffa.
1 no enter counsel is John
Cowling, director of th gangling
metropolitan Civic Committee of -Detroit.
The Committee Is pro pro-Hoffa
Hoffa pro-Hoffa all th way, and Cowling
is an of th numerous dedicat dedicated
ed dedicated 'contact men' wh are her -t
do what thy can In th Hf
U in good faith offered to hire
Chessty to obtain certain legal ;
evidence." . ;
PLAYING FOR KB BPS
.The Afro-American column, wrlf-'
ten by Samuel Hoskins, then pro-'
ceedfd: '- .
; "Within the Teamsters' mem membership
bership membership are 167,000 colored truck
drivers. Many more persons of
color have -important ; position,
withta the Hoffa organization. Hof-,
fa; long before the Supreme Court
dreamed of its' May 17 1954,
school decision, was on the deseg desegregation
regation desegregation firing line.- j j
"When Hoffa' becomes president
of the sprawling' Teamsters' orga organization,
nization, organization, the- opportunities in this
directiph will increase ten-fold.
"But on the other, hand, if this
champion of labor is crushed by
the anti-labor forces, which also
ra anti-civi) riehts. th entm
will suffer immensely.
"Such are th iini In th
Hoffa Fischback bribery trial
Somewhere beneath the charges Is
truth. But it will not be easy for
the jurors, race and color not- -withstanding,
to find. Tn nrfh
the facts. .the jurors will hav
to dig deep beneath eri.
crossing politics and under th
muck and mire of conflicting in-
that this trial is losnVH )niH
and out; the stakes are high and
the bovx on hnth ciHoi ni..,.
ing for keeps." f
TOP BILLINC-ObJection hy
leading ladies to her appear'
ance in the chorus lines of theirl
shows, forced Rochelle Lofting J
of London, England, to seek topf
billing on her own." Their ob
jection? Rochelle' statistics?
42-20-36, After a swing through
tbe provinces the 21-year-old
brunette returned to London's
Cbeswick Empire Theater as
; top performer ia the "Glamour
Answer to Prvlou Punt
JS Burning 41 Remain'
30 Musical ; 47 Therefor ;
passai 41 Curved
Palms SO Weather .-'
Put m indicator ;
harmony 81 Upon
Rough fabric 52 Gave : t
Paul Bunyan, temporary use
for instance S3 Highways
Norse legends tab.) :
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LT COLT TVENDELL'P. KNOWLES, (left),' former U.S. Army Caribbean -G-l, orients his sue-
tenance Division, Corozal, is shown receiving a monetary and
Certlfif .1 tj awnrH fnr ancrneffny tVia vuTUl. .i. u. i
. cated out of salvage pipe or bar, materials and utilized for
"-Usui wuuua groups or coys ior weetne motors.. Use of the
rark flHSliro unffni-m nnlln fn.lUI.I. I. il. j'i. ii. .
zt aviuuaiiB maci wun utbo vne mo motor
tor motor eliminate handling several times, and provide a safety
ZyJ"? jJ? z1 VP- aniuei X.. itamey, chief Maintenance Di-
who yVes ta:cwnndn. has been with the,Engineer Division for
';fc;,;ni"3I,,-iMf'!;,:seven: jrtMW-;., s .-
" . ; ,. i. i'.i- -. :
cesson Col. Walter, J- Preston, Jr., (right), whoi arrived in the command this week from Car Car-1
1 Car-1 lisle 'JBarracKs, Pa. Kndwles has assumed the duties of O-l Section executive officer. This
1s Prpstjin'n upponrt iLssicnmpnt-, in th rianal Zone. From' 1QM tA.lonfl h rHu 4nrr
, nf r w : -, -m v vw a v v s w t wr T. VAAC AUU
US. Steel Official Denies Collusion
Among Companies in Steel Price Hike
WASHINGTON, Aug. 10 (UP)
Tinfffip filouch. chairman of U.S;
Steel Corp., denied to Senate in investigators
vestigators investigators today that' major pro producers
ducers producers entered into any industry industrywide
wide industrywide agreement to raise steel
prices $6 a1 ton July 1.
Bloi(gh, who said he has trouble
' "comrnunicating" w i t h lawmak-
ers. xaiiniy uiiku ui
otner steevuron wiiy mcy
. d KU S. Steel's lead in the pnee
risfcBut he?said pnis reason may
De mat mey nave suiiauiiujr
Appearing before tht Senate
AntiTrust subcommittee for the
.13 .HI.... nrti'n'eM1bH, Initlfl.
tive. Th if;Mfremlly
Acwirn TrnRT -u
Written f or NEA Service
N01TH d)1'V U
: AAKJ1Q9 -VA76J
North nd South vulnerable
1 Pass 1 4 Pass
14 -Pass 4 Pass
.Pass. ..pass .,
Openins lead-4 J ,,
Chairman Est e s Kefauvtr (D
Tenn), sometimes had trouble get
ting a word In.
' Parries With Kefauvtr
Calmly but persistently, Blough
ho narflorl' tiiith Vafatixtaf ITa tA
mmaea4tne Tennessee democrat
mac any inousiry agreement on
price increases would be illegal.
He said fie didn't even talk it over
When. Kefauver asked why -the
price rise wasn't $8 or $10 or any
amount other than $6, Blough. said
h haii. ipaH in a Npur.Vnrk nanar
that .thfr committee-'tfhairman wan
going ro asK a irap quesuoqt'
like that. r '' t
Kfailv!l' sairt Ire rp.wntnil the
fitntpmpnt :anrl Rlnncirh :0maiVaH
that he didn't really believe' it
anyway. &en. jsverett m: JJirksen
(R-IU) Bad the. article. which an
nparpri 'in Npwswppk macravinp
mserted in the record.
Other Companies Listed
'TTpfliiivpi tiplrpH nff a list atppl
comDanies whose nrices followed
.IT c ri 1 Tl i i. i n 3 .
u.o.. oieei.ciougn smiiea. genial genially
ly genially fnr nrpss nlintoffranhpr anH an.
parently was paying no attention
1. J .TT .1 : J
u"iu nuauver asueu; now uia
mat neppen?" v
' lt VAll. ar nclrino in whu ma.
Jor producers changed their price
on juiy i in tne same, amount as
, w changed ours, I think you
should direct your 'questions to
the major producers," he replied.
But hp. added that "nrnhahlv mm
thing that was .going through, their
minds was that there is a sub substantially
stantially substantially uniform labor contract
throughout the i n d u s t r y; their
cosis were aoins ud tne same
amount as ours.
as Blough; testified,' the
MBy OSWALlD JACOB Y""
. .. Written- for NEA Service.
? Today's hand makes three no-
irump against, any aeienstr. a
heart opening will automatically
: beat the four spadecontract hut
i West chose ta open the Jack of
. South won the diamond lead
i In dummy and gave considerable
I workerf he would make ,- aeven
t but 4if no finesse worked he
! might easily go down at four.
!-. Kb ftnftllv nH wisplvl dp-
: cided not to takea trump fi-
inesse so ne piayeq wc ace anu
jklna and followed with the lead
;or tne club lacit.-
South finessed. Meanwhilee, East it.
had been putting in a lot of cer- V
eorauon oi ma own ana nau
mmt tr i thp winrliisifm that
South hekl the exact, hand he
did. East also had reasoned that
South would make his contract
if he. East, took the king of
clubs. East would lead .the king
or Hearts ana -Boutn would bold
off one time before playing his
ere Then West would tw unable
!to lead a heart when he got in,
,witn me queen or trumps.
au in ii uiouttnt una come ear-,
:iier in tne nana so east played
the deuce of clubs without a
quiver. South fell Into the trap.
.Who wouldntr He led the four
nf clubs and finessed a second
- ftime.- East won with the king
' land returned the queen of dla-
, anonas. Dummy a otner nign
diamond took that trick and the
t lace of clubs was led. South dls-
C. carded b?n heart but i West
Jtrumped right in end led the
.eight of hearts. South had no
way to get to dummy for the
eooa ciucw miru evemoany naar
to lose his two little hearts and
bis contract. . '.
AFlrCIO nohev committee denied
in it mnnthlv npuio lsttar thnt h
steel grice rise could be attributed
to increased labor costs.
Labor Blames Industry
"TThe" reccrd -cleirW. inriipatsi
that soaring steel prlcts' since
1947 have been based on
industry's drive for large and
widening pront margins lor Huge
unanciai resources witnm tne cor cor-DOrations."
DOrations." cor-DOrations." the union rnmmittp
saia. , .,.'.
Blouffh 1 told the uhrnmmiMa
has trouble communicating with
official in hia nwn inHiictrv anH
that things get even worse when
senators enier me picture. ;
"Mv aurrpec ifimmmiintf.irlns
with the lawmakers of this. coun
try "has been ..almost icre," he
taid."l' wait hnninr tn tpll nn
"what we did and why we did it
IB an ordprlv fachian hut fhp anvt
things, are going this morning I i
"I t mink we are some to ao
Named To Head
Foreian Aid Proaram
WASHINGTONAU4T. 10 fTJPV-
James H. Smith. Jr.. Colorado
rancher and former Navyvofficial,
was nominated by President Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower tndav to umppphH Tnlin
B.' Hollister as head of the big
foreign aid program.
Hollister resienpri dlroMnr nf
the International Cooperation Ad Administration
ministration Administration after- .serving nearly
tWO and one-half vpar in thp nnst
He notified the. President on July
1 that he wished to leave.
Eisenhower also nominated Hen Hen-ry
ry Hen-ry Cabot Lodge Jr. -for re-appointment
as head of the its dpi.
gation to the United Nations with
me ranK or ambassador. James J.
w Has worm was rninmin.i.
the! chief altprnatp -a- TiJm
.' lne rresiaent; aisgr gent to Ihe
oca ib ine namp nr nthpr t.i o
representativpR.' anH nlfomQT.T fA
tile 12th spssion nf tho TTnifAi
; - aw W 11VU Q-
tiona General Assembly scheduled
In .nn.T.. I At.. . .
iv-icb w iw tort next
uiuain. i "-
' Smith.' born in Npu VrV ttl r
. ut j. i. a jr.
cember '1909 was a commander
. I ii. xie later served In
a varietr of Naw npnartmf
irai. no cAccuuve assistant secre
Y u auU iia a' special as
Sistant in thp i
Recent v hp ha. h... ".I'll
th. Noh'cr.. "Peraung
Pnin ncn near Aspen,
A graduate of,
i t at u 'aaivtir
. pvuuui, omua served as
vice nresidpnt nf o- ? a J,
.. v nmerican
Amvays from 1948 until iomi .-j
more: recently hit .:.u .,
Znit" ,B?. "ember, of the
t.hL da.tf.i : i k t t with
Carnahan YD mm nr.u.
Judd f R-MinnT '-rv.""" -ZTrT-Jh
mAttT V. c WUI aerve
Wwih a6.? Meany, president of
win i M Herman B.
Wells' president of Tndi.r.. ti
versity. -.y "v.
Mrs. Oswald B. Lord, New York
ELKS' RULER Hobert L.
Blackledge .'was unanimously
jelected Grand Exalted Kuler
! Pf the Benevolent apd Protec
!ve order of Elks at the or organization's
ganization's organization's convention in San
; Francisco. The 57-year. old
Kearney, ;Neb lawyer, an Elk
;for, 30 years, has pledged .his
organization to expand and con con-tinue.its
tinue.its con-tinue.its welfare projects. K
republican, who represented the
United Staffs nn th I..MIM u
T r ..u
,man Hightr Commission, was ffc
norainatea to per post for the next
New addition tn'th. .l..t.
of alternates inclued actress Irene
Dunne of Los Angeles; Philip M.
Klutzmck, Chicago attorney; and
Genoa s. Washington, president of
the Chicago branch of the Nation National
al National Association For The Advance Advancement
ment Advancement Of Colored People. 7
Of Army Due Son
To Install Syslem
Mat. Rpn) .Tamaa, rtiiiU
i i (ww,. as assistant
sistant assistant comptroller of the Army,
ccorapanieq ry an : Army Com Command'
mand' Command' 'Hana gement System Meant
will arrive in thp rnoi 7nn. v..
air Friday. A tip- i
. V "po.; .w W SlVfU WllO-
muvu coherences- and assist : US-
senerar nd special
: wiovueuviaj All
au respects oi.tne system.
The (Tpnpral ant V.U i in
---- u uw Fi w"
Mici at nuwara Air j orce Base
by Maj. Gen.. Thomas X. Harrold,
commanding general, Headquarter
U.S. Army rnrrihoon. rnl 117 r-
Eckles, USARCARIB Comptroller;
Co1' w- EyStielau, USAR USAR-CARIB
CARIB USAR-CARIB comptroller executive officer.
Th visit uitlint, ..... J
, tto.ii -ttob aiiaiigcu
by the Department of the Army,
is for the purpose of providing ad additional
ditional additional assistanpp in irciDPiDrn
officials on implementation of the
Gen. QuiU and his team will al also
so also receive -bripfins-a nn thp
nization of mainr inatallotin... .iJ
, W uio.BinuvUB P"ll
sub-posts with emphasis on log':
tioal nr.) . ..... .P'
uiu aiuiiiiuBirauve support
DrOVlded to mainr mi Minns
.satellite activities, areas of appaT-
'.i ""Pfcauonor acuyities wihh
the Canal Sone and comptroller
Included in the iUnerary is an
official visit to the office of Lt.
Gen. Robert M. Montague, commander-in-chief.
... I vyi4I-
Gen. Quill -is t scheduled tn d.
part the Isthmus Aug. 21, and
his team will leave Aug. 23.
TO THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL
; ' ...
We, hereby notify every customer who made
deposit through our ."PLAN DE ABONOS SEMANA SEMANA-LES"
LES" SEMANA-LES" (Weekly Payment Plan)r to come our store for
their merchandise before August Vs. We' will, not
be responsible after that date.
EUROPEAN FURNITURE STORE
21st E. ; Street and 7tn Central Ave.
r- J7,"ctU T..I Ill v. -1
: 1 tt.
Uut madst v :
' i1-' -V 'a.' -;
ii "SsatfiV .i
To Attend the Worship Setv
, Ices In This Friendly Church
Where Christ is Supreme.
VISITORS ESPECIALLY WELCOME
9-30-sUNDAY SCHOOL, (i class tor every are)
hfi.? lnw8f1a',n etern1 Vestment.' Learn with
the family what the Bible teaches. A special tavlUUoo
. .- r to those new In the Zone." i
llrf)0 -A HOLY UFE llPLrFIED. 'L
Tk Christian life mustrbe llvei jaily' before hls'Wo
; nan. The world watches our .wVlk sSd UJk."
6-Y0UTH FELLOWSHIP (Grade and Hi School)
7:00 "FAILURE IN WITNESSING-
JUiTOm Vr' rs. Robert White. BeMum
Christ s greatest command, the Church's greatest failure!-
NURSERY PRODDED A GOOD CHURCH HOME
Body Of Young Vef
rounq vn derDQCK
Of N. Y. Buildina
iun&, Aug. io cur-Tne
body of Aiir; Force, yeteran"JRo!and
Boothman. .27.: waa found tmlav on
the third floor setback of the 77-
siory tnrysier building. '..
Police laid thuv hnH nn. 1TA, ll.
terniined whether Boothman,, fell
" iu ni oeatn. iiiey laid
he was employed by the Texas
ComDanv. whirh hn.
the 16th iloor of the building, as
Boothmaii' l .iwir.. .'tv... ti
h T-rcf ?tskewood, 'Ohio.
His grandmother, Mrs. Clara Bar-
US Envoy Presents
To Polish Officials
' WARSAW. An in ttbv .. v
U. S. lmhaiudnr in Pnljli i;
- ........... w VMIUI HI'
cob xeam presented bis creden credentials
tials credentials at a ceremony at Belwtwtar
Castle here yesterday. -'
Beam w rai.i k. n.j.,.
President Stanislaw KulczvnVkf
Foreign Ministe Adam Rapacki
and other nfflfli.la tu- .
. -..... new imr
Maaaauor l n eat t ri n L.n
Iff 1 w e pollsh Arra' baBd
b a n ana fotlsh
Pains Caused By:
Thnnaanrfa a "J"
. ii vai mm auai
?J,ra yPPtlc bypcraeidUr. awa
omaeh and other atomach ailmano
Pr.ll by axcau a-cidity. a
A half ' 1 .
4 winr caniaim ;
w-,h2t?Mpo8,u,!, ot Vntr"i Ulck
.whlch ""Otheri you. NaotracM
I not a laxaUm. .u.vi.
nett, 80. died there
'lice la rf.
1 'ufMil. We Invite you t tp
Ml to visit our new l V1"
If I ?r -vunuiuonett HI
BAR and GRILL WW
tnce, Drink and Eat A -SS:
VA "in the most coxy II m
XI ptoctnuwn. Ml
m HOTEL ki:.
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Learn How Not:
To Be A Widow
17,000 Ft. In Air
Ji Jl L 'J if Uftmm 2-9W m- 2,0741
BRAZILIAN AMBASSADOR ENTERTAINED AT FIESTA
r.... dvsiitii .tan HIliHWAV DELEGATES
Dr. Alberto, Fires Amaiante and other Hieitabrs of the Bra
ciUan deJegation to the 7tn ran American nisiin.,
: i "1.:- h. irrrf nf th Hotel international, Thurs
day evtning In honor of the
Reception For Ecuador's
" Independence Day
'' The Ambassador of Ecuador m
Panama Dr. Hugo Moncayo and
his wife Mrs. JWoncayo have can can-"
" can-" jelled the reception which was to
have been held at the Union Club
today to mnrk the anniversary of
! Ecuador's independence.
""Their change in 'plans was made
when Mr. Moncayo learned of the
sudden death of his brother Car Carlos
los Carlos Augusto Moncayo in Quito E E-cuaaor
cuaaor E-cuaaor on Thursday.
' At Chilean Embassv
vnarna-Almirante Enrique Lagrezeiry Ba. ighinan, Carol C"J. Shir-
The Ambassador of t-nue in
'yjcheverria and his wile gave a
.cocktail party at the Embassy
residence oa Thursday evening in
honor of the delegates from the
Republic of Chile to the 7th Pan
American Highway Congress.
" The Mexican Ambassador hi Pa Panama
nama Panama Lie. Rafael Fuentes and
Mrs. Fuentes were hosts, at a
Junchcon at the Embassy residence
"today in honor of the Mexican
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. Xr:. if -I-: I
100 PURE INSTANT COFFEE
Ambassador of Brazil In Panama,
delegation io the highw'ay confer conference.
ence. conference. Bltrmans Leave
For States' Vacation
Mr. and' Mrs. Melvin Bierman
left yesterday or a six-week va vacation
cation vacation in the States. They will vis visit
it visit Miami and SU Louis, Mo.
Miss Linda CVii '
Feted On Birthday
Miss Linda Gill of Albrrok wa
complinienteJ by her father, Maj.
James F. Gilk with a birthday
party '-at the Albrook Teenage Club
last night from 7 to J0:30 p.m.
The following guests 'were pres present:
ent: present: Misses Didi Bremer. Kathy
McCdithy, Peggy McCarthy, Ter-
n V fnnl nA Ckin.
lev Murphy. Ginny Carey, Connie
Ewalcl, and Carolyn Southwell and
Joe' Suarez, Eddie Krebs, Bob
Dales, Pat Thomas, Ronnie Clay Clay-toUi
toUi Clay-toUi Bob Eastman, Terry Plow Plowman,
man, Plowman, Gene Brewer, and Frank
The evening's activities included
dancing, games, .and a scavenger
hunt, -which was won by Ginny
Carey and Gene Brewer. A buffet
supper was jierved.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE S)
SCHOOL of DANQNG
Reopening September 5th
Registration, August. 20th, 21st, 22nd 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HALL (upstairs).
Residence Phone 2-2363
OF WE STICK'S
Urn 9:00 U JO d 'mtf
Jap Wife Hot Good,
Says American Dad
Of Kidnapped Child
YOKOHAMA, Aug.. 10 (UP) A
17 year-old American civriian to to-rlav
rlav to-rlav i'Pri) sed his Japanese vife of
kidnaping itheir 5-year-old on and
demanding ?5,00tf ransom. ;
Chaises. E. Bailey, 'Of Newsoms,
Va., a former employe of the UiS
Air Force in Japan, said he has
npnt all his money more than
$3,000 txyijig t get his son, back
"Bailey said bis wife left "their
home with tne ooy ,Aprn it m
toot; all the : household iutniture
and all the moey in the banK.
"l am now completely broke,"
H said nolice found the mother
in Tottori prefecture, but the boy
was not with her. It, was Dciievea
he was 1 with a grandmother.
"The "uoiice told me they were
afraid to. put pressure on my wife
for fear that her mother, my
mother..- in law, would kill the
child," Bailey told United Press.
"I now feel that 1 ma(ie some somewhat
what somewhat of a mistake in marrying be
cause I don't think she is a very
good woman," Bailey said.
(.( America, Inc.
smells so good ?
extra nice f
to )ur taste
' By GAYNOR MADDOX
NIA Food and Markets Sditer
ON a hot day we attended a pool
pi ess luncheon 17,000 feet' above
cue Atlantic in Super G Constel Constellation..
lation.. Constellation.. Our host was -Chef Max
Stukart, Viennese by birth,- now a
ciiizea vi xtrutu.
Master of international cuisine,
he supervises "all fooa prepared
for the Varig planes between the
un.iea states ana sown America.
& ordered cart after fan of
gourmet specialties rouea flown
the aisle of the cpacious : plane,
Ti?e first J displayed fine Itouors
and wines. The next bore appeti-
ztm, irom iresn caviar' ana paie
de Joie gras to smoked Gaspe sal
mon and' aihoked turkey to lta
lis a ham and chilled taelon; Vs
: Other carta temoted with hearts
of palm salad,' filet of oeef, pilaff
Of rice, the finest cheese j in the
r . t i 'ii i
Shbr Oif f leldlf
After Scoring Run
PONCA ctTY, Okla. Aug. 10
(UP) A hotel porter shot down
manager J. C. Dunn of the Ard Ard-more
more Ard-more Sooner State baseball team
here last night in view of 400 fans
seconds after Dunn had scored a
run in the second Inning of a
game with Poca Cityt
The porter, James Johnson, 32,
Was booked on Charges of assault
with-Intent to kill.
Dunn suffered two wounds in
the back and the leg from John Johnson's
son's Johnson's five cartridge .32 caliber
pistol. ,He was -expected to re recover.
cover. recover. v.
There was no panic from the
crowd, but players for both, teams
hit the ground and froze after
Johnson started firing from the
stands into the Ardmore dugout,
He was sitting a few feet behind
the Ardmore manager.
- The shooting occured in the top
of the second inning and tha' rest
of the game, was cancelled;
Police said they received a re report
port report that Dunn had argued with
Johnson, the previous night at the
Jens Marie Hotel, where the team
was staying. Johnson was a porter
at the hotel. .
Policeman Harold Goodman
said Johnson bad bought a ticket
just 10 minutes before game time
and la the second inning went to
the screen separating the atandsH
irom ine dugout and began, fir firing.
ing. firing. ;
The officer aid Johnson then
turned and started to. walk out
through a1 ramp, where police of officer
ficer officer George Andrews handcuffed
him. The porter offered no resist resistance.
ance. resistance. Police said Johnson had been in
a fight with three Ardmore play
ers at the botel.
Dunn, is a native of Spire, Okls.,
and has been with the St. Louis
Cardinals organization since 1949.
He was an all-conference football
player at Southeastern State Col College,
lege, College, at Durant, Okla., -for two
seasons. He is married and has
Things are Bouncing
in the BALBOA BAR
AND HER TRIO
V-O THE BARON y
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
DOLORE3 singing arid making music with the
piano,' 10 pjn. to 2 a.ro.
CLUB 4:30 keeps' the late crowd happy
with Dolores and Her Trlo
. .FRIDAY and SATURDAY, mldnlte to 4:30 a.m.
Nightcap-on-the-house at1 4:30 a.ml x
SUNDAY, from 10 Rjo-.to j ajn; j
The BAROiN, calypso tlnfer;.r t .'
" help with the fun si he UC.'i and alngs bis
. popular' calypso numbers on Wednesday
(V and; the weekends.; ', vf ;. ;
UNDAY BRUNCFi" DANCE from 11 :30 i.m.
'with LOPEZ, the MAQIciAN, whose magic
? has entertained young and 'old. (-
Lucho Azcarraga's trio
" YOLAKDA (daaeer)
Winner ef Wed. night Variety
Shew wiir entertain tenlghtv
at the 4:3 CJae,
world, fresh strawberry tarts and
astounding cakes, and of ccurse
..Feijoade (Brazilian Black' Bean.,
Dish. 12 servinos)
Two pounds of black beans, 1 1
pound of bacon in slab, 1 smoked
betf tongue cooked), 1 poand
C'M)l:ed chuck beef (or Brazil drid
mttats), '1 pound hot 'sausages j
I Lsb a large saucepan.' Cook the
beans in salted vater for about
15 minutes. Clean and peel the
tongue, .slice and.', add. Cook for
15 minutes. Suce cooked chuck and
add. Add the hot sausage and the
slau bacon togethejf with' T onion
cut in small pieces and hair a bay
leaf.' Separately, v brown 2 garlic
cloves', mashed, in 1tablcscoon of
cooKing iat.' Aaa io an omer hi
grtdients. Stir well, lightly mash
ing the bea.na, so as to maKe. ine
brgin tmcit. ', ,
SUNDAY'S DINNERi Chilled 'm
Ion. filet of beef, rice pilaff, fresh
n.rn nri lima beans, assorted roiis
buttef or margarine. beartk of
palm ,ialad, tresh blueberry tarts,
cheese tray, couee, xea, hiuiw.
wAHrwnTON Sen. Karl E.
Mundt (B-S.D.) -on labor racket racketeer
eer racketeer Johnny Dio's refusal to testify
before a Senate Backets Commit Committee:
tee: Committee: :. ,: .: i'.-Jlj.'- -.,.
'I lust can't understand how a
man can be so' toueh in New
York and so timid in Washing
ton." ' ;
LONDON Lord Altrincham,
who insulted Queen Elizabeth II,
on a duel challenge oeuverea Dy
Italian, monarchist Renato Afarmi-
"I have never done any duelling
and I din't know what weapons he
ORO GRANDE, N.M, Owen
Prather, 76, on his older brother
John's dispute withthe Army over
"1 feel the same way about my
land as my big brother does. I
won't give it up without a fight."
"WASHINGTON Sen. John F.
Kennedy (D-Mas.) on Maxpell
Gluck, President Eisenhower's
controversial: choice, for ambassa
dor td Ceylon r m n
r "I am wondering- w n et ft e r it
wouldn't De m me best interests of
the United States to r e a s s i g n
(Uiuck)l lt may be embarrassing
to him but We are asking a lot of
things of people in the United
States these days."
LOS ANGELES Democratic
National Chairman Paul M. Butler
on a "selfish clique" he said is
trying to capture control of the
party's national organization so It
can dominate the 1960 presidential
"These are. the 'very men who
would weaken the prestige and in
fluence of the office of the national
HONORED Mrs. Eugenia de
Moscoso was presented with? a.
Scroll of Honor by the Ecua-k
dorian Panamanian Cultural;'
Association this morning on
-ine' occasion 01 wie-om An Anniversary
niversary Anniversary of the Independence
Of, Ecuador. Mrs. de Moscoso is
the: Cultural Attache of the
. 5 Ecuadorian Embassy.
Stales May Assume;
Gel l!ev Tax Source
WTTRRHKY. Pa.. Aub! 10 (V?T
Governors an top Washington of
ficials explored -a plan, yesteroay
under which the states would take
over five federal programs 1 cost
ing 400 million-dollars a year pro provided
vided provided they get new tax sources.
A joint committee of governors
and representatives, of President
Eisenhower began- araiung; a pro pro-eram
eram pro-eram desianed to trim the activi-
tip of the .federal aovernment, l
Involved were the school lunch
nrneramr vocational" education.
uaturai uiaier i euci, ; uyi'rc-
mental old aee assistance, ana
small ."stimulative"' grants)
The Bovernors. meeting in closed
session before the wasmngion
contingent arrived, decided on a
tentative program as a basis for
the two-dav round of "talks..1
Democratic- Gov.1 Georg M.
Leader of Pennsylvania gave the
cost-estimate of 400 million dol dollars
lars dollars a year for the five programs.
To enable ther states to finance
the program's, the -federal govern.
ment would permit tnem to- col collect
lect collect half "of the money ft now gets
from gift and inheritance .taxes,
and would vacate the federal tax
On local telephone Calls.;,
Leader and Republican Gov
Lane Dwinell of. New Hampshire,
chairman of the ten-man gover governors'
nors' governors' panel, stressed that the
agenda was simply a "basis" for.
the talks which wind up tomorrow
Leader said he personally' was
"not enthusiastic"- about the five
for two plan. He thought the con
ference might well concentrate Oa
health, juvenile delinquency and
The conference, held',, at a .hotel
Overlooking this world chocolate
center, stemmed from' a speecli
President Eisenhower delivered to
the annual -Governors' Conferene
at Williamsburg, Va.,- last June 24.
Eisenhower named a seven-man
committee of top federal officials
to meet with- the governors, head headed
ed headed by Robert B. Anderson,: the
new secretary- of the Treasury, to
determine whether the states are
ready to assume some federal
functions..: ;' i-- m-
Anderson said on his arlval
that the most important job of
this initial, conference was to
reach "an actual agreement em embodying
bodying embodying certain .- specli- untions
and sources of revenue, which can,
be returned to the states.", t
chairman to gain their ends. These
are the men! Who would sacrifice,
our, unity, our strength ana our
future as s party in order to in in-sure
sure in-sure their own power and control"
' THIRTEEN DROWN
CONCEPCIQN, Chile '' (UP)
Thirteen persons were drowned
Thursday when a ferryboat over overturned
turned overturned and sank in the Bio Bio
River during a heavy rainstorm,
authorities reported today. Four
others swam to .safety.
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"BiLL works so hard V worry
I le w often today yoa hear wives
of men in their middle years talk
like thatv r
But what are the wives doing De
sides worrying? Not much, in ma
nv instances. 1
Kanv a wife who worries about
how hard her husband works isn't
doing a thing .to help Make it pos
sible for him to slow down or even
work confidently toward a time
when he can taks it easy-.
What can a wife do besides wor
ry V ..,..,.'
She can educate herself finan financially.
cially. financially. There wouldn't be so much
kdemand for the book; "Teaeh Your
Wife to Be a Widow." if wives
were busy teachuu themselves
how not to-be widows.
It doesn't take much financial
reading for a wife to figure out for
hcself that unless she and her
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gular saving and wise investment
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Col. M. C. Holden
lie w Chief Of U.J.
Group In Costa Rica
Col. Morris C TTnM.n"
assistant PVPClltivA tn thxSanra.
tary. ot tne Army, has been nam-
ea io succeea uoi. raul S. Shoe
maker -as thn phipf nf tha tt i.
my Mission to Costa- Rica, it' was
announcea Dy Headquarters U.S
' Born in Cherryvale, Kan., the
Hew head nf the Arm, Miisinn tn
Costa Rica was graduated from
me university oi Kansas in 1940
with a degree in journalism and
aner entering tne service attend attended
ed attended the, Infantrv Srhnnl th rm
mand and General Staff College
the Military Intelligence School and
the U.S. Marine Corps School st
ttfuauuco, va. r,!
" Between the, years 1943 and 1951
voi. rioiaen saw overseas duty in
the-Southwest Pacific,' the Far
.......j ,auu ,bu VVA1VV VA--
ty where, he was assigned to the
omce ot tne Miutary Attache, r
: In' Sentpmhi nt K1 ;"
months after nil return frnm an
jverseas touf pf duty, the colonel
became thei-egimental commander
oi tne zotn infantry when it was
at Fort Ord, Calif. ::
f ln addition' to stateside' duty at
run uni.-ana in ,wasftl;gton, D.
C. the assistant Yxeriitiu tn
the Secretary of the Army, Col.
Holden has also been stationed at
Fort Leavenworth, Kan., and Fort
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' ' Telephone SJJOOS
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Tiinte Sunday W e-m. U JO -BV
!'?sniuii.! American HalL
Aaivices Sunday 10.00 ajn. 11:00 a.m
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- 7 JO Salvation Mi
Beahw Case, aad Mm C 1
I leah aylreak Phenei M-74S.
'Tha BOraren Tftesdore B.-'fTanMlJl.
(' Paaear Pheaa S-1S.
:4S am. Church School.
11:00 Uk Manilas Werahip.
f JSP-av Toytt. reDewahip.
lOOA : :. i i
1 iteev.' Walhar AMertaa M
. tut t-ia jtm.t e-uo
( Sunday Serylem:
' b J aja Sunday Seheel.
J le 44 ajn. MeminB Werahra.
' bfficm) inaaiUips and refc-day tctt-
??z v Mcthcdist
;.: BBX MrTBOOlBT CHTjBCB
f M mm, Vonuag Prayar aaat I
' j 00 pja. Sunday grhaaa.
: IJl a.aa. BW"i Frava and I
rnotrrt .asm-rBODia cbubcs
i tea Saraat aad Meaeadaa Avajama, .:
v-'-V v Cate BJ.
Be, ahsmial WaMaa,
4 PJB am. Meralag
. wv Cam
taeaittj. I JO
S aaa. aad oua am.
. r- i
., BaaBBiar LtSIJl
K --, 'v !" ..
t Iftaseav (eh I
a aB a taa at t M aum
i CKnstisa Scisntist
CMatiMlteja- acaaAca ,Aeujia
Churrai at I anav
guBdey il-aw, AraiaaMe
Suooav Scaoal tm mm.
gina A aarra aa clarM. a naaaai, C
IM Hreei aaiiaa Hla
, ChurchN af tha aaaay faith la tbt Canal Zaaa, aad tha tarminal aitiaa
af Panama ana" Cala Raaublia af PanaMta. axtaad a waltama a -all
fimai ta maa anal woman af lha ar44 sarvlcat, an4 ahrilian naiflh-
aart, frianrfs'and atrangara, .
.-."At publla aarvka, Tha Panama Amaricaa litft balaw, ay a'anam
natiena, natkai af haart af worthip and athar raaular activitia.
f.'rj Lttfinaa art ratarad fram tim ta lima. Danammatiani haviag anty
. ana ar twa caniragationf art liatatf Malar "Othar Ckurtnai Sarvicaa."
A apacial lilting it includad far aarvicaa at Aimy aaata, Air Parat kaaat
ana! Naval atatiana, f '.
Miniatart, church aaaratariaa and chaplaint am aakad ta infarm tha
nawc daik In writing ky Wadnaaday naan at tha lataat af any changaa
far tha aaming Saturday'a church paga. 1 j
' ar. aiABV'H CHURCH Balbaa
Bundaa Uawaai, 10 a;M 10:W and
Holy Oa Maaaaat a-M. aw uaa bjbv
mwtA K laO at am -r.
Conicariona: Saturday., 30 to 10
and 7:00 to aao p.m. -inuraaayi oaxora
irat (Ttaay; i:va ao a:uw pjp.
lliraculauf lladal Nov anal f M aav
Catachtaaa alaaw attar taa a
High School Study Club
Wadnaaday. !. ..i: ';
BACBED RAmi AJKBB
undav Maataa: SJU. 7 JO di f:M am
Holy Day maaaaat $M at, 'and i00
t:nnraastinnat aaiuraav a :Mi sn a.w ana
IS ta 1:00 a.m. Thuraday baton riot
rrlday 7:00 p.m,
Sacrad Haart Davotlaaat 1M em. am
Catcchnna Oaaai 1:11 ta 4:tt pjn. an
Xnuraday. .v-;- .i-'.. t
OBB LADY or rATIMA-Curaada
Sunday Maaa at am
Coniaasiona: COM to :tt rjs. oa fat.
(jatacnura viaan aaniniay iw ta w
t ST. JOtira Taralaa
Sunday Masaaa at 1:00 and IOI auav
Holy Day Ham at d:0 pa,
Waakdav llaaiaa: ..m mm.
Canfaaaianai Saturday SOO ta 4 JO and
Catachlam ClaaM Sunday 1:00 ta 40
Miraeuloua lladal Meyanai IM p.at
convert innrunimui Tnuraoay law
ST. TlNCKNrn Panaai City
Sunday Manaa: 0:00 and SJ0 a.m.
Hai naw Uihm' BtlB and IM BLaa.
(Itlt falla en Saturday tha Uawai art
:w ana -m ajn.i
CafaaauiBa Saturday S:0S ta I JO and
7KW ta 1:00 pjo. Xburadaya batata rirat
moay 73U pjn.
Mlraauloua Modal iiayana and
tlnna nf tha Cmaa: Friday 7 JO tan.
catacnlam ciaaar Altar au maaa an
Convart cmm i PJB, xumaay ana
ST. THERESA'S CaeaS
Sunday Maaa: (JO a.m.
Holv Day Mam: (JO i tit It aaltf
on Saturday (:30 a.m.) m
Catechism Chua: S JO ta (JO p.m. do
comaanonai a:uu to aw a anwoay.
BT jnRM BAPTIST DB L
Sunday Maaaas: (JO and (JO ajn.
Waakflava'Mam: JO Man., Thura.,
Tri. and Sat rirat Friday maaa: J a m.
Holx. PKT Ajamaaj.ava w. a
Ciadaaaleaar (: to 4J0 and 1JMS to
;M pjn. an Baturaay.
Miraouieua Mooai nvraaaai iiw
iw?-. : a.--
BT, rWKMgHETB a
Canvart Oami Monday IJ0 pjn.
Sunday Mam: 7 JO am.
di rww uaaai SAB njn.
ri.adim! Baturda 1:30 to 7 JS pja.
Thuraday before First Friday (JO p.m.,
Catechlam Clam: 8:15 pjn. ao Sunday.
Sacred Hmrt Nevena: 7 JO am. en
Converx viami ee j
Sunday Maseaar.-4I. I""
Holv Day Maasajt aad S J
CerM: Saturday 4JS to S JS aad
70 to (:00 jm .
Miraculous Medal Herenai Wedneaday
':SaSed HNorena! Friday f AS JB JB-Sunday
Sunday JB-Sunday Fvanlng Sarvleea 7J( JPJf?
Convert dasat 70 JB. aa Mondays
Catechism Oaasi Suaday M:U ajaa, al
11: in ( Ja pjn. e ."!",
r-iAmw. Tvnltlnn af Moat Bleaa
ed Sacrament all day. tteaoaltlea at S JO
aan. Saturday aaornlng.
First Saturday Devotione ta wuJ)
mS Wmttwmm Tha, Ralv WlMiBI 9 ( 00 a.m.
First Communion Tnstructlone ch''"
aren Moadaya and Thursdays (J( to
arraarTTf ATTO MatPAL CiWtaeel
Sunday Masaaa: 7 ML ( JO asm 10 JO am
Halv bev Masmsi (JO. ajo aua. aad
Confessions: Saturday ( JS ta MS dad
7 JO ta g JS p. aw After Beaary each ava-
llraeulooa Medal Movaaai IO
4UI in. aa UsatdaV.
Cats i Mam Clams After J(
Firai Friday brpoctttaa aB Say 4araag
me scncoi lees.,
First Salardayt Mam at J aaw
BOLT PAMTLT CHOTCW fa Marrartta
I Sunday Miami 7 JO, I JO, H i aJa
1 First Saturday Mami ..... SJ0 aaaJ
I Weekday Maaam: .-( JO aja.
Saturday ... 70 PJa. te awe pm.
Mimeuieus Maaai n
7 JO a.
Con faatl on
t t JO ajak (:ll a.
S JS aaa. aa (JS ajav
Parish Family Beaary aad '
i 4o ta sjs aaa iaa a
tea ataa. Sarnrda.
7J0 mm. aa
IMMACOLATB tOWLUIlOB Balaa
Bondav Maaa; (31 eja
Hely Day Mam: I JO pm
CenfeameaaTs ( JS as law IB. aa aas
Cat a. ruam daav. ew v aa a -eey
OLB LABI OP 4KK COOaA.
e eaaf SJS as
saw I Ji
CcmfaaaSawa Satorday at 7 JO aaa.
aftce ail evening Si inUa .
Pavtnme By m'M'iwnt
U nnlm MadaJ Heveaaf T JI
Bnrvtrr acaenrt s m pas, ea
EeusHue lnatruct a C am
dren; aea p-aa. aa Thajraaay.
II SJS e-aa.
aaaami aenreus aaau uiuaa rav eaarm rraavi I hur- Pinal ,.rr. a ae aaa,
a cted as SaaajaBu f JO pm aa Maa- t-""-' end Sarmaa 7 JS aja
Tha Stv Bay. hV Hakat Oaadaa, B.TA.
Tha Vary BaV. btakuH 4. Pataraaa,
. ( S.TA.Daa
' L aVNVON, ta
. THJt CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKB
t i .. SUMDAYS
T 30 ajn noiy
a JO am Santa
Cammurriaa Mtta Sua.
- day). i
SJO a.m. Church School.
Iitt ia Eaeuala Daminleal.
11J0 aaa. Moraine Prayar an
w- t Holy fceaMnuniap, irirat aua-
70 p m. ftvanW Prayar and Somen
( JO a.a. Haly Commiitiiaa.
J.-OO era. Xvaalag Prayar.
'' . HOLT OATS'
4 JO ain Holy Communion.
(JO am eloly Communloo.
. DAILY. --
(:Ua m. Mamlna Prayar.
12:00 Mtoda Mualenary Pray are.
Chiuth of St Aadrew
'Jthb Bay. VNlliam W. Baldwla,
Prlaat ha CkarM
7 JO am
ramuy frayar ana
( Alia Holy Communion Sad.
Sunday each- month)
Morning Prayar A- Sermon J1.00 ua
(Alao Holy Communion lt.
Sunday each meetth
Holy Ceaununloa ......... p:oo a.m,
. coBpiii, ,:;
Chapel af Tha flaad Shepherd
The In. Clarence W. Mayaa.
man ta vnatg
(rOO a-m. Morning Prayar.
H.C. lint Friday each Month,).
at fllaaeaa Chaaah
The Bee. John ksaar.- Priaat la Charge
SUNDAYS ; ;
Choral Buchariat and Sar.
1:00 a m
Church School ...........
Bpiaconal Young Churchmaa
Evanaone and Sermon .....
f :00 pm.
Morning Prayar and Jtaty
Woman'a Auxiliary. Snd and
. t JO am
4th Thursdays .. j! j!-wnnsnivi
wnnsnivi j!-wnnsnivi Mm TUirBSDATS
Holy Commumea, i
Morning Prayar SJS am.
Zvaninfl Prayer ........... 7:00 am,
ramuv Euenansi bvbjbi
Office ad Compline 0.J0 pja.
; 'V :' LA BOCA
, St. Petar'a Chareh
The Bev. J aha Speaa. Prlaat aa Caarge
aiarnina Bravar aad Church
School SJS am
Choral Bucharlsl and Sar-
.1. ........... I
Holy Baptism :oa neon
Evans on a end Address. ..... 7 JO pm.
Woman'a ; AuJdHary . . ; T Jt pm.
THURSDAYS or FEAST DATS
Heir itommuiuon ......... i-
Muaai af -tha Holv Comforter
Tea. U a Shirley. Priest la Charge
I JO am. Haly Cesamiinloa,
Cantt af St Margaret
Eapavd and Bnxea Blvd.
Tha Bev, J tew K. Baaaw, Becter
t JO in. Holy Cemnrunlea
0:44 bjsv Church St he el -114a
.m. UmIb. ..m
Leal Sunday each Manta. Help Cem-j
THURSDAYS and HOLT BAYS
SJS BJn. Holy ceaamuniea.
Chapel ar oar aavmaw
(J( aja. Jtoiy yaamrwiniap,
. Tha Bev. Allan B. Weart,
Priest ta Caarse
Tha Bev. David A. Osaerae,
BrBO a m. Chnral
l:sa aja. miens avapuaae,
t ea im. Crwrrh School
I haw a aa BuildinA 131)
I JO pjn. YeuSr rellewship
7 J( naa. Banaeaa and- Addraas.
Sad and dthWEDNISDAYS
I JO pin-Waman'a Aoalttafv aad Ai-
tar CuUd Meetmg,
. PANAMA CPPT
e Taa, Leaireel B. Beeam
The Bra. gua aV AtwaU. Beaten
eee aja. narv L ai aa m
' (jaaja Sung Buchariat as Sarveea
lAS em Marnmg Prayar aad Chars
11-aa aecp Rely
7-OB a.m Saiaaaa
a-M a.aa Hare
v-s e m- atuas Prayer aa4
a aa ia aiy ciaaimiamaa
fSS aiaa. Raantne Pi a aaa
THURSDAYS AMD FSUDAYS
I M a aa. Heiy
a -oa e,a, aietp
Quoemi9 iltl WaaMtrtsVil
T" gfcI aiWataTajaf fMaT :
Tha Bar. Baaay A
(JO a.m. Caawasaiilaa.
( a am. Meaahtg Prayer.
S-M ajBk rami Vwkaraat and I
1S-S0 ea. C)nara Brheal.
W EDI FAD ATS
g-BO a aa. Plefy Coauiwjuauesa,
S JO sea AJhit C rtrmaSaaB
I JS BJB. Benang Prayer anW
JO SJ CarVarar a atoeJaaTM
10 JO bjbv JwiHv Ceahnneejaa
J( mm. ramsllaa Bad Meditai
Oeeui as Be ataay,
Tha Bv. Je,a L
a"araB .......aa yam Bra
. f .s St Chrlstopher'a Church
10th Street. Parque Lefevre
. The .Bey. Clarence W. Hayes,
Prlcat la Charge
.The Bev. Clarenee A. CragwaB,
ri 'i Amlitant
C:M ajn. Hoi Communion.
:S0 a.m. Sun Kurharist and Sv mien.
II J a ajn. Morning Prayar and Church
UJ0 noon Holy Baptism.
!(: p.m. evensong and Sermon.
7 JO pjn. Jt and ardt Woman's Auxl
(JO p.m. Junior uaughtera ol we
7.30 pja. Youth PeUowahla, ;
i:M WXDNSSDAYS-i:M a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 pjty Ivaning Prayer and Religious
coo p.m. Glrir mendiy society.
i:00j.m. 1st and 3rd. Singletons.
a J0 aja. Jimtor connrmanen
chubcb op'ttu nazabknb
' Aneon, C.Z. -Minister)
Bev. Elmer O. Nelson
Am Aneon. CZ Balboa M03
Bundav School ........... 0:41 a.m
Morning Worahld 10:30 a.m
Vauih Barriea 9 AS mm
Evening Service 7:30 pm
NSMJi. service .......... : law p.m,
Prayer Meeting. Wed. .... 7 JO pjn.
. NATIONAL BAPTIST CHUBCB
Paaavi If, (3rd Street Baat
iilvuia worsnia ........... ev a.aa.
Bunriav Nrhonk (JO P.m.
Sunday Maaaea 7, I'M XIM
mu. aiaa. akP. Suada acowai at
l.av paa- .....
i ,-' icunnn'i wiTNERgn
Uuatlnoa Thnradava at 7:30 njn. and
Sunday at VWI pm. vtiri aaaww
100 Balbva Bead, Balboa.
rttUTtCH Of JESUS CHRIST
ntr f.ATrr.R.riAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday mattings ar ine uua inapei
a Balboa Road. .--.
Sunday School 10:00 a JB.
Sacrament Meeting ..... (:00 pm.
Primary; Monday 3:30 pjn.
BeUet Society; Tuesday (JO em.
MIA; Wedneaday 7 JO pjn.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
BuQding' ISO, Schoelhouse Bead Catun.
, ; ; vanai jcone
Sunday School, Sunday .. :30 aJB.
Sacrament meetlnp; Sunday 11 JO a.m.
Priesthood meeting Wed... (:30 p.m.
Primary, Wednesday ..... (JO pm.
jteuei aeciety, as snnouncea.
Teltphone, Catun 3(4 or Criat6bal IM7.
CUBUNDO PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Chnrcb"
- MUtea K. Leldlg. Minister
Phone Baa 83-7114 Of. (3101
Sunday School (JO am.
i ciam lor every acei
Morning Worship ......... 11 JO am.
COO p.m. I
Zevenmg WorshIp ........ 700 pm.
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By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
HUGH and his friend Rory were
oi their way homo from Cub Scout
meeting. Ai they were passing n
buildinc excavation, some men
exploded dynamite, ine boys oe-
cided to wait pnq see; tne next
Arriving home tin hour late lor
sui'per. HuKh said he'd lost his
Scout badge and had spent ti,t
two hours looking for it.
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lephoned the truth to his parents.
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tened frightened by his lie, he became very
angry. He feared that he'd lose all
control of Hugh if the boy started
mrtting Secrets of what he did.
He was so scared he couldn't
sco the only important thing to
see about s lie the : child's be
lief that ws disapprove his de
THUS Hugh's lie said to his
father, "I am not a boy who could
desire to see dynamite exploded
The only desires I havt are those
I know you approve. So I've spent
these1 two hours virtuously labor-J
ing to- find my Scout hedge in instead
stead instead of watching men blast dy
Unfortunately,- Hugh's father
didn't register the suspicious be
lief behind the boy's lie. He at
tacked the lie and sent Hugh to
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bed, thorughly convinced that his
latner could not tolerate a son
woo desired Jo watch explosions.
' That we are the enemv of his
desires is a dangerous conviction
for any child to develop.
eo ine way to deal natli res Is
showing ourselves to be the friend
of the child's desir.!. : . ..
WE say to Hueh. I'm all for
your watching jynamito, explode.
What we dislike is the way you
did it. iou kept dinner wailing n:j
that you have to eat it cold. You've
worried us so that we're angry
instead of being glad you had t
good time. If you'd let ws know
where you were, these thincs
wouldn't have happened. What
trouble you've caused yourself by
doing a good thing tho wrong
We can't talk like this to our
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Social an J Oth
Fun At USO-JWB
Sunday, Monday - -The
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uled entertainment for servicemes
and their dependents on Sunday
and Monday nights.
Beginning at 8 p.m. tomorrow,
the 'J' is having a dance vai4'. ma many
ny many Latin-American numbers to ba
featured byt, he band. ,
On Monday-evening.. alsoJat S
o'clock, 'Wings to 4 Vikingland"
and "Wings to Finland," both
PAA, films, Wiul be shown.
liar If we're all steamed tip with
panic tnat ne s beginning a secret
So it's pretty important ta see
that his lie doesn't herald a secret
life at all. It's just his way of tell
ing us he thinks we'd hatt what
he wanted to do.
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A Kartcft IMel
Margaret 'a Eliiiaal C2iurcaJ
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT, DATLY JJEWSPAPER
JATURDAT, AUGUST 19, T95f
IGIiisox Figure There's Still Time la Beat Yankees
To Trail By Only Four Now
Y, By MILTON RICHMAN
f NEW YORK, Aug. 10 (UP) The world champion
"New York Yankees' American League lead is shrinking and
She runnerup Chicago White Sox figure there's still time
jo take the Yankees to the
. Casey Stengel has been warning
jinl ihe Yanks all along they can't at at-!
! at-! r Jford to relax and if they think he
V' was all talk, he can show 'era tne
American League standings toaay
which point up the fact that their
lead has been sucea rrom seven
game to four.
Only a few days ago, everyone
was talking about, another prospec
tive Yankee runaway but now
they're buzzing about uow the nev-r-say-die
White Sox still have a
arbance and how those amazing
rjBaltiiuore Orioles have bounced
back to take over fourth place
under Paul Richards' canny di direction.
rection. direction. Thai Orioles, ai a mattr of
fact,ued the Yankee as a
tapping ttent to fourth place
whin they (imi from bahind to
beaMham, 4-3, last night.
The". White Sox, still determined
' to malce a ruce of it. defeated the
i Tiepi. Si. in 11 innings, and
S Washington, which has caught the
4 1 winning spirit, too, Dianneo bos
in- I ton 8-0. Kansas City beat Cleve
1 land. J-2. in 13 innings.
I Over in me wauonai league,
' Milwaukee increased its lead to
games with a 13-2 shellacking
of St.. Louis. Brooklyn licked Pitts
huriih. 4-2: the Giants beat the
ThuHes, 6-2, and the Redlegs end end-ted
ted end-ted the Cubs six game winning
Jtrtiak by sweeping a twi night
doubleheader, 9-7 and 6-4.
Bob Nieman broke out of a pro prolonged
longed prolonged batting slump when he
drove in all four of Baltimore's
runs against the Yankees. Nieman,
who had only one hit in his last
21 at Hats, connected for his 11th
homer in the fourth inning and
then lined a three-run double off
loser White? Ford in the sixth,
Leftv Bill Wight was the winner
with eighth-ining relief from Geo
Larry Doby's tingla in the
11th inning scored Nellia Fox
from aocond base and cappad a
two run rally, for the Whita
Sox afttr Dotroit had gona a-
i head with a run in thu top of
tha inning. Reliever Garry Sta Sta-,lay
,lay Sta-,lay won hit soeond game In at
many days and hit fourth of tha
oaton againtt no lotto.
Pedro Ramos, who makes a spe
cialty of beating the Red Sox
held them to six hits as his Sen Sen-f;
f; Sen-f; i ator teammates collected 14 off
three pitchers. It was Ramos'
ninth victory of the season, three
of which have been at the expense
of Boston. Ramos now stands 11-3
with the Red Sox since entering
the league. Art Schult drove in
four of Washington's runs with
w Billy Martin's single scored Bob
Robert Ryan in
MEN IN WAR
DANCE WITH ME,
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PERKINS KARL MALDEN
11 :N r.M.
Cerv in the 13thwith; the run
that gave Kansas' City reliever
Virgil Trucks his eighth victory
and dropped the Indians into fifth
place.. Ralph Terry of the A's
had a 2-1 lead with two out in
the ninth when rookie Roger Ma Mans
ns Mans tied the game with his 12th
homer:' Vic Wertz hit his 20th for
The Braves pounded out 18 hits,
including homers by Hank Aaron,
Bob Hazle, Eddie Mathews and
Wes Ccvington, in sending Lindy
McDaniel of the Cardinals down
to his seveuth defeat. Bob Buhl
posted bis sixth straight victory
and his 15th of the campaign as
the Cards suffered their fourth
Limping Duke Snider, back In
the lineup for this first time in
a wak, w tha key man a
tha Dodgert snapped their three three-gam
gam three-gam toting streak.
He decoyed Pirate catcher Hank
Foiles into dropping the ball and
scored run that put the Dodg Dodgers,
ers, Dodgers, ahead ir the fourth, then o o-pened
pened o-pened a two run eighth with his
27th homer off loser Bob Friend.
Rookie Danny McDevitt was the
winner although Sandy Koufax and
Clem Labine helped him out in
Ray Crone hurled five-hit ball
and Hank Sauer smashed his 17th
homer as the Giants handed Ro Robin
bin Robin Roberts his 15th setback of
the season. Roberts yielded all six
Giant runs and eight of their 10
hits before leaving in the fifth. It
marked Crone's first complete
game since the Giants obtained
him from the Braves on June 15.
The Redlegs won their twi-light
twin bill lrom the Cubs with four four-run
run four-run rallies :n the eighth inning of
each game. Smoky Burgess' three-
run homer off Dick Littlefield
highlighted the four run rally in
the opener, while the Redlegs put
together four singles and a double
for their, four run cluster in the
eighth inning of the nightcap.
Burgess also homered in the sec second
ond second game.
George Crowe and Frank Robin Robinson
son Robinson homered fot Cincinnati in the
first game while Dale Long,
Chuck Tanner and Bob Speake did
likewise for the Cubs.
SHORE GOES HOME
SPRINGFIELD, Mas. (UP)
Eddie Shore, president of the
Springfield Indians of the Ameri American
can American Hockey League who suffered
a mild heart seizure on July 26,
has been released from the hospi hospi-al.
al. hospi-al. Shor eil ttlesrwai eoshh mt
tal. Shore will rest at his home
in Agawam, Mass.
Agustin Lara in
LOS 3 BOHEMIOS
DOS CHARROS Y
with Victor Mature
9:00 ; 2mi -r J-: V i-wNmil
' At :
4-MI IM I
WILLIAM HOLDEN in ''
(Bated on 275 official at 'bats)
, American Leaguu
P and C
G AB R H Pet.
100 340 76 133 ,391!
108 358' 97 .134 .374
92 283 50 93 -.329
103 345 57 111 .322
107 419 71 134 .320
Minoso, Chicago 105 394 '63 123 .312
Malzone. Bos. 106 439 50 135 .308
McDougald, N.Y. 9 378 70 116 .307
Wertz. Cleve. 106 374 60 114 .305
Skowron, N.Y, 86 356 48 108 .303
Aaron -Mil. 105 431 82 144 .334
Groat, Pitt. 81 327 38 109 .333
Musial, St. L. 107 419 67 139 .332
Robinson, Cinci. 105 427 75 140 .328
Mays, N.Y. 109 415 80 135 .325
Schoendienst M 105 450 62 143 .318
Fondy, Pitt. 91 354 43 112 .316
Cimoli, Bkn. 96 357 60 111 .311
Moryil. Chicago 103 385 53 119 .309
Hodges. Bkn. 104 399 61 19 .298
, Homo Runt
Williams, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
Jensen,. Red Sox
(Bated on 11
W L Pet
Donovan, Whit Sox
BURKE NAMED CAPTAIN
CHICAGO (UP) Jack Burke
Jr.. of Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., a
professional golfer for 16 years
and winner of the 1956 Masters
and PGA, has been named cap
tain of the 1957 U.S. Ryder Cup
team. It will mark the fourth
Ryder Cup action for the 34-year
Flying Disc Man
From Mars (4-6)
' 'X- VTl 1 till r I 4 II -!
v-r!7 II nxEsr scotch wmstj
To Victory Over
Panama Basketball Finals
Tonight At National Gym
Continue; Favorites Clash
By HERBERT MOISE
W L Pet
Marlboro 1 0 1.000
Panama 10 1.000
Gallito 0 1 .000
Cerveza Balboa 0 1 .000
The Panama Basketball League
wm continue its linal series play
off tonight as the two teams most
likely to coo the 1957 crown clash
in the main event. In the opener,
nay 'turn's Gamto will meet
pennant-hungry Panama Cigarette
A ifour-way tie could result to
night it Gallito and Balboa win
their games as the other two teams'
have already put one leg up with
opeumg nigni victories, fanama
won over Cerveza Balboa and
Marlboro over Gallito.
Over the 'regular season, Pana
ma ana uanuo dmaea Honors in
the two games they faced each
other. In the first encounter, Galli
to won aandiy and in the second
had the tables reversed.
The Panama victory in the sec
ond meeting started a chain of
unpleasant events that almost dis
rupiea uie narmony existing a-
uiong the league officials, team
owners and team coaches. The Pa
nam a front office thought that
their victory over. Kam's Chicks
enuueo tnem an opportunity a-
gainst the recent visiting Hacien-
ua team trom Mexico. It should
be noted here that this Panama
victory created a three-way tie
and to determine what other teams
would play the Mexicans the
league decided that the 3 teams
besides the front running Balboa
league decided that the three team
involved in the tie draw lots. The
two" Eleta owned teamsMarl teamsMarl-boro
boro teamsMarl-boro and Gallito won on the
drawing; The Panama front office
then requested that since Eleta
had two teams, that one should
be withdrawn in favor of Panama.
This was refused by the league.
Bitter over this action, the Pa
Albrook Flyers 82 8
Roadman Rollers 41 19
Clayton Carbines 37 23
Ancon Anchors 35 25
Diablo Devils 30 30
Curundu Comets 28 32
Cocoh Palms 27 33
Los Rios Rivers 26 34
Farfan Fans 24 36
Amador Sailors 23 37
Cdrozal Chiefs 23 37
Balboa Boas 14 46
Five leading averages Coffee
200, Toland 182, Almeda 181, Bal Bal-cer
cer Bal-cer 180, Richardson and Soy Soy-ster
ster Soy-ster 17&.
Albrook Losee Three
Still rolling in two shifts on
those reconditioned alleys with
sticky approaches racks that are
off, mental hazards, sprained an ankles,
kles, ankles, pulled tendons, etc., for the
second consecutive week, the ha harassed
rassed harassed bowlers moaned and groan groaned
ed groaned at the Balboa Bowle-a-rena.
Unless something is done to pre prevent
vent prevent a repetition it will be the
same story next week because the
second set of alleys will be open
ed by then.
tlended with Genlut
& Mellowed with Ag
- I aMMMtOUVMIWCOkdS)
Passes Grid Giants
nama team almost refused to, play
Marlboro last Monday. Determined
to prove thai they were "mishand
led, tney intend to make it rough
on the opposition. This they did
by upsetting Balboa in the opener
The rivalry usually existing be
tween two top teams Has been mag
nitied between the Colon Marlboro
Cigarette te&m and the defend defending
ing defending champions representing Cerve
za Balboa.1 This feud arose from
the fact that the these teams have
the representation .of the coun
try's two major cities ana as
such have turned all, their meet
ings into an inter-city affair.. In 2
meetings, so far this season. Bal
boa has betn -victorious ou. both
occasions. ; Ihe.-jiirst match, went
extra time, ' ;
On the reeular schedule, the de
fending champs have lost only two
games one to Panama and. the
other in GaJJita. As a team coilec
tively, tney outscored -all .other
teams, m their series ;.lebut
Wednesday they: bowed tff Pana
ma oy a mere two points alter
ciusuiK a ten pomv gap wiuutt. me
last; minute. V .; : -! v ;
Marlboro' Colomtes are given the
best chance at topping ue tiue
mainly on the strength of Iheir
fine ball handling and supero speed
They finished one game out on the
regular season losing twice to
Balboa and once to Gallito. They
made a clean sweep over the oth
er opposition. ; .: s.-.. i.-u- v'
Lea by their diminutive- left.
nanaer witn tne "golden arm."
Ernesto" Taylor, the Colonites are
seeking to win their second ameJ
lonignt ana so overcome their bie-
gest obstacle. .A win tonight would
bolster1 their chanpes of- winning
m sucn proportions that nly
complete collapse would nrevent
them- from winning.
first gme begina at 7:30 to-
mgnw . i;
If it was not for the lanes the
big news would have been that
the Flyers look a nose dive, los losing
ing losing their first series and ending
their winning gtreak at 21.
Diablo 3 Albrook 1
To the Devils of.Diab.lo went the
honor of taking the only series
the Albrook Flyers dropped m m m-teen
teen m-teen weeks of knocking down the
maple pins. And if it had not
been for three measly and stub stubborn
born stubborn pins in the second game tne
Flyers would have been snot down
in a clean sweep. As it was they
squeezed by with a 787 versus
Of course the "culprits who sa sabotaged
botaged sabotaged the Flyers, "was Billy The
Kid Coffey and his Devils. Billy
did ot have to bowl to his tuil
capaoiiiues, Dec a use be was 47
pins oil his series average, but
sim was me Dest with a 553, and
the only other kegler to go over
the 500 was Billy'a teammate that
mteaoie guy, good ole Mister Ir Irwin
win Irwin with 527. No Flyer went over
the 500 mark. It certainly an nnt
Buenas Noches for the Albrooks.
Koaman 4 Amador 8
The Rodman Rollers continued
steamrolling their opposition when
they swept four points from the
Amadur Sailors. Of course the
-second game could have gone eith either
er either way because seven pins separ separated
ated separated the two teams 809 to 802.
Both teams had three ball push pushers
ers pushers who scored over MO for -their
Bob Toland of the Rollers was
tops with 567. his associates Todd
and Klumpp had 509. and 556. In
Harry Klumpp's set was a big
223. For the sunken armada of A A-mador,
mador, A-mador, Jim Davis had 517, Dick
Bliss 513 and Bob Morrow 512.
Clayton 4 Balboa
Clayton had their carbines aim aimed
ed aimed at the iboas and shot them full
of holes, burying the Boas deeper
into the cellar. The big gua. -in
the Carbine lineup was' Buth,
Lane, who shook off his slump
and came up with a 574 set. Lei Lei-ty
ty Lei-ty Luctenberger and Turner came
up with 517 and 516, Bob boyer
and Joe Sullivan with SIT nri (in
worked hard to avert disaster but
their eflorts went by the boards.!
Ancon 4s Lot Rios 1
Eleven pins in the final game
prevented the Ancooitea from aaag
ing- the anchor around the Los
For the winning Anchors,' Bud
Balcer, despite his spill on tne
approaches, was tops with: 533,
louowed by Dick La Besu and
Lmi Giud with 517 axt 504. Two
tributaries to the Rivers. sDoa Ru
dy and Dick Soyster, also went e e-ver
ver e-ver the one half thousand quota.
Don had 517 and Dick 520.
Curtmdw 3 Cecoei I
The Cunwda Comets continued
climbing in the league race.
Weeks a got bey were mired near
the bottom, but are now zoominr
ia the apper half of tha league
Manny Fernandez was Curun
By ED SAINSBURY'
CHICAGO. Aug1. 10 (UP) Chunk
ing Charlie Conerly, Ken MaCafee
ana uen Agajanian put on a scor scoring
ing scoring show in intermittent- driving
rain last night to lead the New
York Giants to a 22-12 triumph ov
er the College All Stars in the
24th annual pro-collegian football
MaCafoo took two touchdown
pattos from Conerly and In all
caught throe paste for 40 yards:
Conerly, when he couldn't threw
for touchdowns, kept the Giants
in threatening range, and : Aga.
anian twice kicked field qaalt
and twioi points after touch
Conerly, a "33-year-old Mississip-
pian ana starting nis aotn year in
tht National Football League, was
the key player of the battle. lead leading
ing leading his team to a 17th win by .the
protessionats m tne series;
The game drew 75,000 fans
scooting back and fourth under the
stands as heavy, rain fell for 30
minutes to delay the start of the
game for 10 minutes,, and came
down again in tour separate bursts
during the contest.
Overall the Giants1 gained 281
yards and the All Stars 220. Scor
ing summary i
All Stars .. 6 J I 3-12
Giants 3 17 522
New York Scoring: Touchdowns,
Macatee, 2 t38, pass' irom coner
ly; io, pass from Conerly.) Points
Alter Touchdown, Agaiaman 2,
Safety. Woodson (tackled in end
zone by Nolan). ;
All Mar scoring: .Touchdowns.
Barnes (2, run); f ield tioau, uotn
ren 2 (12, 339). i
leader in pin fall a respectable
536. Lou Hack hacked the night's
special 517 and CFN Jerry St urg
es continued his good rolling with
505. Lindy Linderberg was the on
ly Palm to swing, sway and
breeze to a 512 series.
Farfan 4 Corozat 0
The Fans fanned fast and furi
ous and gained four easy wins
from the Corbzal Chiefs who real really
ly really were battling the approaches
more than they were the Fans.
1 John Malek, in the last spot for
the Fans, upheld the honor by be being
ing being the night's best for both
teams with an excellent 559. Lead Lead-off
off Lead-off man Bowers, was the Chief
"200" Club Coffee 214, Davis
202, Klumpp 223 Toland 200, Lane
213, Glud 221, Balcer 209, Gnia Gnia-dek
dek Gnia-dek 201, Lindenberg '202 and Ma Malek
lek Malek 201. V
Begged, Borrowed, Bagged
Bowling Bits: With the ap
proaches at Balboa lanes in the
condition they are this is timely.
In 1942 in Seattle, Art Lundberg
had nine fouls and still came up
with 168. Also when things are
going rough on one alley, remem.
ber that in San Diego there was
a poor soul who in two complete
games had ten strikes on the left
hand alley and ten open, frames
on the right alley.
Next week thu league resumes
one shift operation, staring 7:30
Today Encanto .35, .20
Rock Hudson and
Sidney Poltier in
"SOMETHING OF VALUE"
Van Johnson in
Today IDEAL .2(t -..10
Richard Kelly In
THENIX CITY STORY"
k KSI-A-KSNUTE CROSS
COUNTRY LAUGH RMT!!
WEDNESDAY AT THE
I 1 JlT'!
1 ZJ -n v 1 I
Editor! CONRADO 8ARGEANT
Philadelphia at New York
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh
Chicago at Cincinnati
Milwaukee at St. Louis (N),
' (Nioht Game I
Milwaukee 114 oni 4pni4 it
St. Louis : 010 000 001 2 0
Bulii.15; and Rice.
L. JUcUaniel f-7 TWiiffoft
oturaiat, jvierntt and Landrith.
unicago 301 000 3007 H 0
Cincinnati. 202 100 04x-8 11 0
urosnan. ndtrsnn. ijwn r.itti.
field (2-2) and Neeman.
-Amor, Gross Klippstein (6-10),
uucago 100 001 110 4 13 2
Cincinnati 000 002 04x 6 '10 0
rowier. Anaerinn n-n Pnhni.
sky and Fanning, Neeman.
Fowler. Acker. Nuxhall' C v
Freeman, Lawrence and Burgess.
Philadelphia 000 020 oona s
New York 1 303 000 OOx 6 10 2
Roberts (8-15). Morehead. Hum
v crone (5-6) and Thomas.
. (Niaht Game)
Brooklyn 000 200 0204 10 1
Pittsburgh 100 000 0012 6 2
Along The Fairways
Pt. Amador Woman's
Lives there a golfer whn nm.
is so good that she never has said,
10 nerses or emyone wno will list
en, "If J could only have replayed
those few bad balls I hit. I would
really have a fine score."
On Thursday at the Ft. Amador
Golf Club, the ladies all had this
opportunity. Each girl was given
certain number of replay strokes
ccordmg to her handicap and
am sure you can imagine what
After finishing eighteen holes the
conversation went something like
tms, ir 1 nad oniy taken my iirst
ball instead of replaying the stroke
I would have been much better
You iusC can't win. eolfers are
going to fi'nd something to gripe
about. Nevertheless, the Tourna
ment was a success 'and all' the
gals had pretty fair rounds.
Alice French carded a net 68 to
win first honors, Marge Sewell
was just one stroke behind .with
a net 69. tleo Burns nnisned 1 in
third place with a net 70.
Pearl Trim and Gladys Wylie
tied for the putting ball.
"Congratulations to Jo Alexander,
although she didn't win a prize,
she ia playing a fine game. Last
week she shot an 89 and this past
Thursday an 86, her first two
times to bresk 90.
The tournament on Thursday,
Showing at Your Service
DIABLO, UTS.. 7 :0t
Doris Day x
-JULIE" .. J
Sunday The Moantain"
MARGARITA 6:15 1:16
'Clark- Gable : .;
Eleanor Parker ,1.
Tht Xing and Tear Queens'1
B A I h 4f .'A' Air-Conditioned
i L O U TV 2:30 ;: 4:25 6:20-19:10
, naxa ninan PicnjWfea hiss i t,--.
Eddie Fisher Debbie Reynolds
MOVIS TOGETHER I
Eddie otrvpa al
FARAISO 6:15 :36
TANGS OF THE ARCnC
CAMP BIERD 6:15 7:35
AMERICAN LEAGUE i
W L Pat. Gt
70 38 ,648
65 41 413 4
57 50 .. 533 12Vi
.53 54' .495 1V
,53 55 .491' U
51 55 ,481 11
38 69 .355 31V
New York .:,
Cleveland 1 -Detroit
Kansas City at Cleveland
Washington at Boston i s
New York at BalUmore-(N ";.
Detroit at Chicago N) v;
- (Night Game) .
New York 002 100 0004 11
Baltimore1' 000 103 00x 4 C
Ford (7-3), Kucks and Berra.:
- Wight (4-5), Zuverink and Jrin
dOS. ' .';.(
''- II ' '"' ''
Detroit '' 100 101 000 01-4 14
Chicago 000 001 101 02 5 9 2
Foytack, Sleater (3-3), and Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. I
Donovan Howell, '. Staley (4-0)
and Lollar. 1 v
(Night Game) :
Washington 000 000 143 8 14 0
Bsten 000 000 0000 1
Ramos (9 9) and Beberet.
Brewer (13-9), Delock, Minarcia
and White, Daey. ;
K. City 000 000 110 000 1-3 11
Cleve. 000 010 001 000 02 $
' Terry Trucks-(8-5) and Thomp Thompson.
Wynn. Gray. McLlsh (5-51 and
Naragon, Nixon, H. Smith.
McDevitt (5-1). Koufax.- Labine
and Wfllker. ;
Friend (7-15),, Arroyo and Foiles.
Buffalo i.L Lead
To Mere Half Gsme
NEW YORK, Aug. (UP)
Buffalo's 'once confortable lead
in the International Leagut race
was down to h mere half vim-
today wjth the Richmond ivirgi ivirgi-nians
nians ivirgi-nians making another strong bid
to replace the Bisons..
The Virginians, exploding for
five runs in the fourth inning Fri Friday
day Friday night; went on to defeat the
Toronto Maple Leafs,,-8-4, while'
Buffalo was absorbing a 7-4 beat beating
ing beating at the hands of the Havana
In other games', the Montreal
Royals defeated Columbus despite
three Jet homers, 6-3, and the
Miami Marling rallied for two
runs in the sixth inning to beat
the Rochester Red Wings, 4-3.
V I R DON SCHOOL
Tampa, Fla. (NEA) Bill Vir Vir-don's
don's Vir-don's Baseball School will conduct
three four-week sessions in Tanj
pa, Jan. 10-Apr. 8.
August 15, will be Medal Play with
three-quarters handicap.. All' golf
era who have recently arrived on
the Isthmus are cordially invited
to come out and jpin us. For ad additional
ditional additional information call Marge
Sewell 82-4196. Tee off time be between
tween between 8:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Center Theatres Today I
"Charge At Feather River
Sunday "Wings of Eagles"
"Tension At Table Rack
Sun. "Beyond A Reasonable j
Shirley Jones ;
Sunday "ZO.OOB Leagues
Under The Sea"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:31
Spencer- Tracy -"Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
du s ieadoff man as well as' their
iATTJRDAt, AUGUST 10, 1957
THE-PANAMA AMERICAN AN. INDEPENDENT DDIT "NEWSPAPER -
f f tt1, v h 1
,: Gel Zoa;. Golfers Find
Minor League Ball Not Dead;
It Isrii Even Dying Or Sick
S 'l '. y ".V
Tk rnWiii, niant and
Vovoked searching thoughts on a third major learte. Phil Wris Wris-l
l Wris-l lev. for one, has suggested that competition might be rood for
s h...hif huslness. Why not? Competition in other enter
prises tcnerally-forces upgrading In the product, andbenetlts
As it is we must take the assurance of 16 major league mag
. nates with a monopoly of players that they run the best poss
wi- u n tirnrir, At. ipust Wm t.h onlv one. "A third league li
! nf nf them nnt.end. cvnlcaliv It would be naive
i to expect 'another answer. Each -franchise is at peak value ; aq
i., Jr. w aniv m in tho market, riemandine more. '"
r-wrPwnit.iPftliv-.th owners are
them do not have to Jive on baseball nor do they grasp for prof profits.
its. profits. Several even seem tonvlnced that they are the guardians
of the national game.. -
f Wriglcy has pinpointed their fault and his as an absence
of wanning, remaps tn is me rwauu ir ct
ers, with foresight, to attempt aHbird league. Meanwhile, how however
ever however innocently contrived, their stranglehold permits the 1 to
njov tecurlty There Is always some place else to move.
$e lack of a third league, Los Angeles and San Francisco
must underwrite stadium subsidies at taxpayer expense to lure
franchise owners Without, such handouts, tnese poor cities
could offer only the third and seventh most populous centers in
Mivina noils, with an nnobstructed-vlew stadium, no norse
hettin. and an .area withlmore
four major league ciues is i mi waiv-na-nuye kiup. mw mw-lyn,
lyn, mw-lyn, which contributed handsomely to Dodger profits in recent
years, seems neaaea ior me arusirauon caicBory, w. "c
are enough Places to man a sound six-club major. Wrlgley
likes that size- ALtNL brass insists there are no enough play-
tTnn two leasrues. much less three.
In rebuttal, Bob Feller has asked how the majors can ex expect
pect expect to develop a larger pool of players while they decrease the
number of minor leagues, vbich are the training grounds, v. .t
Ford Frick intormed the Celler subcommittee that there was
a. record number of 7,500,000 .amateur players in the country,
but did not mention the constriction of opportunity in the mi mi-nor
nor mi-nor ., PWpif howevpr i stronelv for a third league.
" WriKley takes another slant.
said that IB major ciuns ao noi pruviae enougn joos m wie wf,
wlith good pay td attract hordes of prospects. He waqts a third
? ,TrK'kfv tn the third leaeiie
monopoly of players. An owner
in a chain system. He can ciaim
; discovered by an inflepenaent operator.
"Obviouslv. local capital and
froeen out by this vassal status to the big league corporation.
"- Frank Shaughnessy, International League president, ii one
who' believes local Interest can be revived. He proved it at the
h'gh Triple A level, by findlnr 3000 stockholders in Buffalo, NX,
and S000 more in Rochester, N.Y., to float teams after farm clubs
'Pulled Dput J ,,';'.-.''.'.
' Shaughnessy is willing to try to swing a third league. All he
asks,', in effect, is freedom from the major draft which steals
top prospects, providing that his owners can satisfy players that
they are making big league money.
Why not change the rules, in baseball or to Congress, to let
uShaughnessy compete? Jf he is wrong, the 18 owners will wind
up with all the players, as usual. If he is right, they may learn
a great deal about .the value of planning in their business.
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From l:W t.m. U 11:39 9.m.
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Dodrer shifts to
not a scrounging group. Most 01
people than there are In any of
The big-business executive has
ir the looseninff.of the AL-NL
can, tie up boy i?teyenJlferi'.
at. very iow price any mospen
enthusiasm for' baseball are
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ORI US MOUYNES
By CARL LUNDQUI3T f
COLUMBUS Ohio (UP)-Minor
league baseball isn't dead. It isn't
dying, it isn't even sick, it runs
a ..little temperature when the
fang get heated up at the umpires
and there are some summer snif sniffles
fles sniffles around because it was cold
and rainy .for quite a while 'this
Wet feet we have maybe. Cold
Lest this sound like the essay
of a man whistling cheerily while
awaiting the gnash of the guillo guillotine
tine guillotine against his jolly neck, pause
with us a moment and look at
some facts. .
First, more people have attend attended
ed attended baseball games at the minor
league level this season than last
That's an irrefutable fact A total
of 6,979,560 at the mid season!
mark as against 6,921,391 for the
corresponding period, a year. 'ago?
That also is more people than
have attended games at toe major
league level this year in spite of
those mad,-mad pennant races up
Like Mechenlxid Dancers
Out along the Pacific Coast,
despite the daily chit-chat at the
waterine troughs about the Dod
gers and Giants moving in next
season, the turnstiles are whirling
like mechanized cha-cha dancers
You can't escape the thought that
perhaps the fans like that PCL
brand of baseball so well they are
turning out in droves while they
still have a chance to see it. r
Other lcaeues. more than half
of the 28 operating in the national
association, show Increased -' at
tendance figures. In the far-flung
international loop where the cities
stretch from Canada to cuds ana
score cards are printed in Span Spanish,
ish, Spanish, French? and English, there is
another, attendance boom. Cities
like Buffalo and Richmond may
set all time records. i
Moreover, national association
players are spanning new fron
tiers, extending vine game to a
year arcund oasis witn ever
expanding1 winter league opera operations.
tions. operations. This coming season 10 win
ter leagues win operate. With
new one in Nicaragua -on the ta
basco trail t that previously in included
cluded included Cuba, Puerto Rico, Domi Dominican
nican Dominican ReDublic. Venezuela Cara
cas, Venezuela1 Maracaibo, Colom-
bia. Panama, Mexico, and the
Pacific Coast of Mexico.
. Swamped With Diimands
That minor league baseball
gains in any manner considering
the comnetitiveness for the night
ly presence oi Mr. joe juosks ana
family is remarKaoie. uoaas ana
the kids and missus are swamped
with demands for their time. .The
American -Association has to com-
?ete with the Civic Association,
he Three I League has to com
pete, with the Little League, the
Luther ,., League, the League of
Women Voters, perhaps even with
remnants of -the ; esgue of Na Nations.
tions. Nations. . ,. -.(.',: -:. .
Indoors there is TV. hi-fi. high
balls, cards, magazines, the do-it-yourself
work-bench, yes, even the
comfortable old evening paper.
Outdoors there re backyard bar
becues, lakes, Deacnes, picnics,
convertibiles, portable radios, sutler-highways,
drive in movies,
gardening power mowing, and
ay .nam theaters."' '"'
That's quite an agenaa, Mr, ana
Mr. Doaks and family. Glad -you
could drop around so often at the
old bairparK ims summer. i iact,
you were a pretty regular visitor
to come see us 4,979,560 times in
just half a season.
Come see us again and we'll all
To Announce Move
To Frisca Any Day
NEW YORK, Aug. 10 (UP)-Sa-
tisueu wim tne ouer lrvm ban
trancisco, I'resiaent Horace
Sionenam of the tav York Uiants
u expeciea to announce wiinm i
tew oayt that aii ciu-wul play
U.ert next year. :- J' .,
sionenam received the iormai oi
fer trom ban rrancwci yesterday
ane, alter a day-ion vomerence
wnn ciuo Vue-piesident Chun t ee-
Key, cflaracieiizeu u .as a ."very
luui auu aau- ouer.'.' :
I 'iue emy uetau renjaining now
; bciore Monebam can announce the
francnise transfer is approval
ntni tne Giants' board of Director
but no opposition ..is likely Irani
, that quarter ; -- :
The cny of San Francisco is un understood
derstood understood to have offered to build
the Giants.: 45,04u-person capaci capacity
ty capacity stadium with an annual rental
of. seven per cent of the gross at at-tetaance.
tetaance. at-tetaance. Additionally, the city
offered that the concessions by op op-;
; op-; rrxtrti siut rTbloited bvth CianLS
and that the parking facilities be
operated by toe city.. Stoneham
.tlisnked mayor .George Christo
pher -of Saa Francisce 4or the of of-Icr
Icr of-Icr via a telegram.
I In Minneapolis, George Moore,
chairman of the two cities metro metropolitan
politan metropolitan baseball commission, said
his organization was preparing ex-,
tensive infonnatioa for Stoneham'
ana that he would not "accept such
a decision until an official an
DouDcement is made by Giants of
ficiaU." v -
By HARRY GRAYSON
CHICAGO (NEA) Another world
champion George S. May ver
sion will sink nis unai putt at
Tarn O'Shanter's famous 18th to
morrow to close out 72 holes anc
the richest golf tournament ever
played. v 5 -'
x The so-called World Champion
shin v has become known as the
tournament in which the winner
leaves his same.' Of the last four
champions, for example; only Ju
lius Soros who bounced down in
front in 195a. has shown; any semn
lance, tot being able to play well
again, 'and it took the Moose a
year to get tack on the right track.
,Ted "kroll. the- defending title-
holder i was nowhere in this year's
Masters and United States Open.
A year ago. JKroll was in conten.
tidn right down to the Wire in the
Open- and a imaiist in tne jcaua.
Litue. Bob Toski nasn t done a
thing since he baceed the World
iv 1954. Lew worsham seemed to
lose. the urge atter nomine tnat
amazing Wedge' Shot to take the
big prize .the previous summer.
But there are no complaints from
the poor lost souls and all the
more important names are back.
for more. The World winner banks
$50,004. you see, and. is guaranteed
50, exhibitions in this and other
countries at $1,000 a xattle: KroU
played 63 of them last year.
.This" Is. wherl!' iPiromoter May
gets out as a business engineer;
but. the shotmakers obviously get
fat "end off their, game traveling
with nothing to worry about away
from-the tournament trau. v
A spokesman for May claims
that the old pitch man has never
suffered a deficit of less than $150,-
000 on his combined All-American
and World Championships, Which
have a two-weeks, run. and these
are the 17th editions. It is also
said that May has given away
$1,535,480 in prizes during that
Outside of ths actual scoring,
figures : and everything -else are
handled rather loosely Jit Tam
O'Shanter. 25 miles out of Chica
go at Niles. May claimed to- have
had an .attendance of 65,000 on
one day, for. instance. With that
many anectators: there would have
been no room for tne comoatants,
but it's May's way of further sell
ing Jus spectacular. ) t
In the mid-60's. May sits on a
special, front porch ..overlooking
the first tee,"popping pills into his
mouth- and watching the V-xolfers
tee off. Later In the day, he walks
to the 18th green, where- he once
bet Byron Nelson $1,000 to $1 that
be wouldn't hole a putt.' .. l
' The flamboyant May changes his
clothes every hour, right; down to
schoelaces that light up. He' put
numbers on the backs oi golfers,
tricked up the game with masked
marvels and whatnots There were
slot machines throughout the club clubhouse
house clubhouse until he was reminded that
this wis against the law.; Bars
extended to the washrooms. :
.Regardless of what ,the United
States Golf Association brass and
others may think of him, George
.S. May 4ida lot for golf. By turn turning,
ing, turning, it into a carnival, he brought
the game to the attention' of peo people
ple people who otherwise would notyhave
been attracted, i '
He showed the USGA and PGA
how to sell their business, nut the
playing professionals in the more
important money.- ; : f
1 ZlPrO MANITACTTRLNG
Field & Stream
- Gun Control by
w 'tRegultin or Law?
By WARREN MOI
, Shooting fdltor
NOT only are we confronted dur
ing annual state legislative ses sessions
sions sessions with a Medusan outspringing
of anti gun laws, bills so similar
in design and wording that I am
convinced that one central source
is behind their anti-Americanism,
but as of now minor arms of the
Federal- Government are getting
into the act. Not by law. but by
I he federal Firearms Act. de
signed to control inter-state com commerce
merce commerce in arms and ammunition
by setting up licensing arange arange-raents,
raents, arange-raents, was passed in ,1938. It
made illegal any arms trade of a
criminal nature, .with known
crooks, .guns with phony numbers,
Needed legislation, of nothing
but benefit to. the legitimate cit-
izen who -likes to popj a cap. But
uKe any otner law, this one car
ried,.an "enabling clause" per
mitting the Secretary of thn
Treasury, or in this case the Al
eohol and. Tobacco Tax Unit, to
prescribe rules and regulations.
The A and T Unit, people have
in recent years played ducks and
aram with the intent of th s law
and with its 1934 cousin, the Ni
tional Firearms Act. Under the
1934 act,, one designed to tax out
of existence criminals' weapons
of prohibition days, they ; arbit arbitrarily
rarily arbitrarily tried to put antique muz muzzle
zle muzzle loaders and collector prized
belt buckle guns into the same'
category as sawed-off shotguns.
"Revolvers converted to use with
shot were labeled "firearms," so
registrable and taxable. The -po
licy seemed to be to make troubled
not for the; criminal, but for the
honest citizen who happened to be
a collector or who wanted to pot
grouse oi' clay targets with a ix ix-gun
gun ix-gun converted to smooth bore.
Now they're after the dlr
An arbitrary ruling, which comes
up for public hearing,.; Aug. 27,
will among other things reauire
dealers in all handgun ammo
save .22 rimfire to keen detailed
and .permanent record of all
transactions. Manufacturers and
importers must keen the same
records, stamp all sporting weap-
ouj wun serial number, caliber,
model, manufacturer's name asd
That there are extant munv
million .sporting guns which are
not so marked seems to hv hn
forgotten. :w .: -
This is government bv krh.
trary :rule,' not by legislation;
No sportsman or gun lover
should be able to stand for it.
Vf'X '.l" i .' i
Sari Francisco Offer
To Glarifs Readf For
Board Of Directors
NEW YORK (UP) The New
York Giants, with San Francisco's
formal offer in hand, will y esent
that offer. to the club's board of
directors next week and probably
announce the franchise shift.
Brooklyn's announcement of its
franchise shift to Los Angeles was
not expected to be far behind,
since uoager nopes oi a new sta stadium
dium stadium in Brooklyn just about dis disappeared
appeared disappeared Tuesday with publication
of an engineers' report that it
would take from. 50 to 55 million
dollars to build a new stadium
and improve Its downtown Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn site. ...,'.. 1 , j
In i' meeting with Giant stock stockholders
holders stockholders Tuesday club president
Horace Stoneham told them it
would be in the best interests of
the team, to move to San Fran Fran-'cisco.
'cisco. Fran-'cisco. '. '-
- In San Francisco, Mayor George
Christopher said he had mailed
the formal San Francisco offer to
Stoneham for presentation to the
team board of directors.
"I'm sure we'll have the whole
thing cleared up by the end of
the month," said Christopher.
No one would concede that the
moves were absolutely certain.
Christopher said that hte "Chances
sre about '90 per cent" that San
Francisco will have the: Giants in
The Dodgers' president, :Walter
O'Malley. has said many times be
will take the team to Los Angeles
If the City of New York does not
help him get the stadium ne wants
at the location he wants. It was
clear the city would not spend 50
million dollars for It
1 V. V l:
COMPANY, BRADFORD, PA.
WHERE IT STARTED The Little Leacue World Series again will be played on the Held1
of the first circuit of its kind in WilUamsport Pa Aug. Zl-23. The bulk of the spectators sif
on an embankment In back of right flelfl. Park has big league trappings and conveniences.
.. j (..I,
Equipment At The Race Trade
By JIMMY BRESLIN
MORRY ABBOTT arrived at the
field at 5:30 p.m. to start his Colts
of. the Sumner:- Wash., Little
League ou a practice session.
But instead of listening as his
kids chattered about base hits" or
throwing to the right base or the
game corning up. Abbott joined in
a conversation worthy of tne dbck-
stretch at the nearest, race track.
"A shame," one of the kids was
saying. "He gets beat Jy three
quarters of a length. I thought
sure he'd win again.'' ;
Th rest nf thtm nodded mourn-
fully. Then- Danny Solloway, who
at 10 has the proper philosophy of
horse loiiower. nut baseball
back in the picture,,
"You cannot, he said, "win 'em
all. Racing is a tough businses."
Normally, Little Leaguers are
r WATER SKI MARKS
San i fiiego, Calif. (NEA)
In line with. the. times, new rec records
ords records are. expected in. the Ameri American.
can. American. Water Ski Association Nation National
al National Championships In San Diego.
KNOWS WAY AROUND
Du Quoin 111. (NEA) Fred
Egan, 77, Will be the oldest driver
in the $100,000 Ham bletonian Stake
at Du Quoin, Aug. 27. He. will
drive .Cassin Hanover. ;
Santa Luisa'V. ;'
; Santa Rita i,;.;Auf.
: Cuba; Victory V'Aoj.V-
Santa! Elisa ... Aoj.
. Santa Mercedes.; Ahjt.
Santa Ines '. Sept
, . W ; SAILS ;
To Colombia. Ecaadof, Peru k Chile
.......... Aug. 15
. si ttA
From V,"S. Pacific &. V(tst Coasf
Central America to the Panama Canal
Little League Wins
. ...... ..t .,' ... 1 .i, ....
not found interested in breed im improving,
proving, improving, but in the case of Sum-
nicr small fry it's different. For a
colt called Cold steel, which tooK
four of its first six starts at Se Seattle's
attle's Seattle's Longacres. .Ract Track,, is
their official horse.
Cold Steel is owned by 10 Sum Sumner
ner Sumner business men and all earnings
are turned over to the town's Lit Little
tle Little League program, purchased
for $1,000,' Cold Steel has con
tributed $2,400 worth of uniforms,
bats, gloves and other equipment
"We took the kids to the stables
at Longacrts one day," Abbott
says, "and the horse-went to each
kid and nuzzled against him like
he was half-human."
Sumner, population 2,816, is sat satisfied
isfied satisfied to call itstlf a : one-horse
At long as Cold Steel keeps the
kids in baseball uniforms.
Trade Tips Joe Bedenk,. Penn
State's veteran baseball coach,
developed a way tot rain younger
members of the Little League pro program
gram program which is worth giving a
whirl.. .Bedeiik. noticed that when
eight nd nine-year olds were in
action only the' pitcher and catch:
eC got much exercise... 'few balls
got over the plate and when they
did,-.: the kids rarely hit them. .
Joe set up a game which had each
batter hitting off a tee.-., the pitch pitch-ecjfitayed
ecjfitayed pitch-ecjfitayed at his position for field fielding
ing fielding purposes and every batter! bit
the ball... all 18 kids in the game
got a stiff workout ...when coach coaching
ing coaching younger players, it's something
whicn ought to be tried.
Tournament Talk The South Southern
ern Southern ;Rionals, eet for Louisville,
Aug. 15-16, takea In four regions
totaling 15 states...Texas,lf course
EXPRESS CARGO SERVICE FROM U.S.
ATLANTIC PORTS TO THE REPUBLIC ;
OF PANAMA and CANAL ZONE. ACCEPT!
INCr CARGO FOR WEST COAST Of.
SOUTH. AMERICA. V
, i SAILS -Philadelphhrj
. .Aug. 25
To West Coast Central ";,
America A U.
; SANTA FEv ....'.' .
SANTA .ANrTA ,.7,
FURTHER INFORMATION "APPLY
forming a region of its own...Thls"""
year, tne Texas playoffs took in a""
bit more territory, with Mexicad''
teams from Monterey and Mexico
City sponsored -by the American"
1?mhotiDir i h VAMaminlAM rAlf.
Stars, who ran aioul of .hot doge "Ji i
in thoir first couple of days ,ui"".' f
AJlliaJHDa V I GULIiUClSlI W.
ew xorK, caci more tood troubles
... each morning the kids duti duti-fully
fully duti-fully swallowed nam ana eggs ana-';
went through the day on Amer-;"
icau diets, but it was oovious some'
thing was wrong ... it took a spe i
cial banquet dt. tortillas, enchila enchiladas,
das, enchiladas, etc., put on by Rockville Cen" Cen"-tre,
tre, Cen"-tre, NA ,, people, to straigmea
CFN lists Basebal
CFN has announced' h. follow
ini! major league baseball broad-
cast schedule ior the period Aug;.,:
11 through Aug. 18. Any changes in
the broadcast schedule will be an-,
nounced over Panorama each nights
at 6r45 and in the Caribbean Chro Chronicle.
nicle. Chronicle. ,i ;.
: August 11: Yankee vs Baltimore
at 1:00 p.Bk
August 12; No Game. ;!,
August 13: Cardinals -'S. Cubs at -'
August 14: Dodijers vs, Giants
at 1:30 p.m.
August 15: Yankees vs Red So
at 1:00 p.m.
August 16: Redlegs vs Cubs, at
August 17: Baltimjre vs. xan-
keet at 1:00 p.m.
August -18: Pittsmirjjii vs Jtsrooir.
lya at. 1:00 p.m. t,f
Aug. Aug.-Aug. :
.Sep. -,1&V Sept.
TO NEW YORK
S. Pacific Ports""'
" Ittii PANAMA AIuLKidAi AW lKi)t? LNbfcNl" DAiL fcfcWSsPAJrW v,
SAILEDAV, AUGUST 10 1931 1L
; THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE' 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE", ,
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740 l'
' i ii' v. ,; ;, :.::i,v" :
i i 1
FOR HINT: Modern 3-bed-room
chalet with all eonveni eonveni-ences,
ences, eonveni-ences, including one acre land
at Laa Cumbres. Cool. Call 3 3-1
1 3-1 133.
FOR RENT t Brand new chalet,
"Loma Alegre." Z badrooma, liv-Int-dinlna
room, porch, hot wa water
ter water installation. Call 2 2648.
FOR RfNTi New chalet at "La
traders," 3 badrooma, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, garage, $85. Senor
Lamela, West 16th Street No.
13-97. Phone 2-0064.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
chalet, H'" room "'" ,oom'
swimming pool, electric light, at
Cerro Aaul. $100.00. Inquire,
Sth street No. 5-30. Phone 2 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished concrete house (chalet)
2 bedrooms. Road facing Paiti Paiti-lli
lli Paiti-lli Airfield No. 10. tall 3 3-0553.
0553. 3-0553. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom chalet,
ail conveniences. 51st street No.
24, Bella Vista. Phone 3-7658.
"I PHILLIPS Oeaanslde Cottage
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pane-
' ma, R. da P. Phona Panama
' 3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
AGAIN reservation available at
Shrapnel's. Santa Clara Beach.
Phone Thompson, Balboa 1 772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
Beach House. Phona Balboa
2830, nine to twelve noon, Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday.
l FOR RENT: Garage, "Edifi-
cio1 Sousa," 44 th sreet and
i Colombia, Belle Vista. Phone
FOR RENT. For large office, or
government agency, or merchan merchan-dice
dice merchan-dice display, recently reburr
house with private parking, on
Juste Aroeeenena Avenua in Be Bella
lla Bella Vista. Address P. O. Box
FOR RENT: Urge aite for of office
fice office en first floor. East 22ndf
street No. 24-72, $100.00. In Inquire
quire Inquire 8th street No. 5-30. Phone
FOR RENT: Office space with,
''area of 26 squara meters. Pana Panama
ma Panama Insurance Company building
in Campo Alegre. Air condition condition-ad,
ad, condition-ad, elevator, janitor service,
parking lot. Phone 3-0136.
OORESE WAITES School of
& Dancing reopening September
j Sth. Registration August 20th--'2lst-22nd,
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
V Kaighta of Columbus Hall. Resi Residence
dence Residence phone 2-2363.
LtARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adult Teenagers Protean
. Balboa --4239. Harnett and
i mum i
WITH A COMPLETE SET OF NEW
GEflUIHE FORD PISTON RINGS
ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just buih
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT : Spacious two-bad-room
unfurnished apartment in
fine residential1 dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1 66 1
during office, hours.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished
apartment on Via Poms No.
120, beside Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commissary. For
information phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, screened, military inspect inspected,
ed, inspected, one and two bedrooms. Call
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, porch, parlor dining
room, bedroom, kitchen, screen screened,
ed, screened, tiled, $55. Inquire No. 112
Via Belitario Porras, near Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Theater.
FOR RENT: Furnished Ef Efficiency
ficiency Efficiency apartment fully equip-'
ed kitchen, hot water, daily maid
service. Call: Arte y Decoration
3-7425, 3-6699. Edificio Cam Campo
po Campo Alegre across Hotel Panama.
FOR RENT: 2 -bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment furnished or unfurnished
in exclusive residencial section.
For information and appoint appointment
ment appointment call Panami 3-1650 dur during
ing during office hours or Panama 3 3-2608
2608 3-2608 after office hours.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, dining and liv living
ing living room, bath, kitchen, water
heater, garage and laundry fa facilities
cilities facilities maid's room and bath.
All screened. 110. dollars. El
Cangrejo Calle 53 No. 17 Tel.
FOR RENT: Army inspected,
furnished 1 -bedroom apartment,
4th of July Ave. Phone 2-2081
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment, living room, dining
room, maid's, room and bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, garage, hot water, air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned bedrooms, 2 bath bathrooms,,
rooms,, bathrooms,, completely furnished.
Jose Marti street, Lupite Build Building,
ing, Building, El Cangrejo, $175.00. Un Unfurnished,
furnished, Unfurnished, $125.00. Inquire 8th
street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
Ready for occupancy August
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, living room, dining
room, maid's room with bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, garage, hot water. "D"
street El Cangrejo, Rosita Build Build-ding,
ding, Build-ding, $105.00. Inquire 8th
street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one bedroom with bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, light, gas and telephone.
Sabanas No. 172, $70.00. In Inquire
quire Inquire 8th street No. 5-30. Phone
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartments,
ments, apartments, desirable location. 1 5th
street No. 6, San Francisce.
FOR RENT: Recently built
apartment to responsible couple.
East 9oth street No. 61, San
FOR RENT: Apartment, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, dining, sitting room,
porch, gas installation with 4 4-burner
burner 4-burner gas stave. Ricardo Mire
street No. 53, Vista Hermosa.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military inspected. Via Po Porras
rras Porras No. 99. Phone 3-2068.
FOR RENT: Beautiful modern
and spacious two beedroom
furnished apartment. Ave. Peru
FOR RENT: Apartment, top
floor, wooden house: 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
bethreem, San Francisce. Phone
fiRAVB FOLTt AD WITH ONE OP OUR
INTERNAL. DK PHRI.ir AnnNi.i-.Nn
BARDONo. 2fr.'B- Btract MnRRMnNiih .1 j.l. i.,. Ale,, trivia
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. do
VAN-OER-JIS 40 Street No, SI a) FARMACIA EL BAXURBO Parous Lelevto
the Bella VUta Theatre. : : .
FOR SAIE: 1951 Packard Se-
dan "30Q," wsw, radio, goad
tires, $700 cash.-Phona 2-3081.
FOR SALE. 1957 Country Club
Station Wagon Sedan, 9 passen passengers,
gers, passengers, brend new, vied only two
weeks. Phone 3-2622.
FOR SALE: Ford, 1956 Vieto-
ria, fordomatk R&H, wsw
tires, lown mileage, perfect
condition. Phone Ft. 'Clayton
FOR SALE: 1941 Buick in
good condition. New motor,, and
brakes. Duty Paid. $ 1 00. Call
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford 4
door V8. Radio, OD, good
paint, good tires. USES NO OIL.
$275.00 Phone Balboa, 2-29 1 3.
SELL OR TRADE: 1956
Plymouth Sedan, perfect, very
low mileage. Automatic Trans Transmission,
mission, Transmission, with trade for good
older car. Balboa 1806 or 3471'.
C A M, ERAS
155 Centra Ave.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER; S. A.
Packera Shippera Movers
Phones 2 2451 2 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 6 Jumping Classes daily
3 ta 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
r by appointment.
Gibraltar Ufe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0532
YOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist 'will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, callous callous-ses,
ses, callous-ses, Ingrown toe nails, foot mas mas-safe,
safe, mas-safe, etc.
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
With F 1.2 Lens
Panami N. Tork Col6n
I YOUNG JOY Lima Kayoj Kayoj-Roberts
Roberts Kayoj-Roberts waa the youngest en-l
trant in the Wolverine Wom-i
,en's Open in Detroit arrU the j
Florida 12-year -old had her,
imoment of fun when a 15-foot
tpulV dropped right m the cup.)
AGENTS OR OUR 'OFFICES AT 13-37 fV P.TREBT, PANAMA tIBHERIA
S iHr net inniLj'.h.i i' a LniTRDKH PHARMACY
The FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Mercado El Rey; offera
efficient filling of prescriptions
and home delivery service. Phone
3-minute -car wash $ I, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $5, Auto-Bafio, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
The beat dinners and drinks
are served in our modern ir
conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Internacional "Pla "Plaza
za "Plaza 5 dp Mayo.
FOR SALE: 1952-74 Harley
Oavieson matarcycle. House
371-A. CristobalPhone 3-1633.'
FOR SALE: 1 Cushman Motor Motor-scooter,
scooter, Motor-scooter, very good condition.
Tel. 41, Colon.
WANTED; Good cook. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent Salary. Young with refer references.
ences. references. Sterling Garage, 14th. and
Belivar Ave. Phona 352, Colon.
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Toy .Boston Terrier puppies.
See at quarters 123-A, Albrook
or call Albrook 5235. v
Two Polish Subs
Off Scollish Coast
lONDON (UP) Two Polish sub
marines were reported "sailing off
the coast of Scotland today, and
unconfirmed reports said their
crews has asked for political asy asylum
lum asylum in Britain.
The Admiralty denied press re reports
ports reports the two vessels had sailed
to j Britain for asylum and; a
spokesman said in the same
breath, "this whole thing is wrap wrapped
ped wrapped in security."
It also was learned the Royal
Air Force had been ordered to
maintain a similar news blackout.
"I know all about it," the Ad
miralty spokesman said, but he
refused to elaborate until he re received
ceived received Instructions from higher
First reports received in London
said the two submarines surfaced
off Scotland, identified themselves
to some fishing vessels and told
the fishermen they wanted asy asylum.
The Admiralty would say only
that "we know two unidentified
subs are off the Scottish coast and
we don't know where they are
It was considered possible the
two submarines may have been on
a training cruise in waters off the
GUILTY OF ESPIONAGE
VIENNA (UP) A former politi political
cal political commentator of Communist
Czechoslovakia's state television
has been sentenced to 25 years in
prison on espionage charges.
Praeue Radio said today, ine
broadcast heard here identified
him as Vladimir Vesely.
ERROL FLYNN DASHING, DARING IN
SUSPENSE YARN 'THE BIG BOODLE'
The Bir Bo41e Walnf WeclTiesJay at the Loi Theatre throath rnUeel Artkts
! wleShlrMret. U Americ.. film. Errol Flyna. rmyn xmSj;m.
' Tntaroos i tatrepi tnt4)H to saj) rambler In "The Rig Boodle." his first HoUy-,
.rW af t fl Tyeir fU-tktaf .! Prt, of Europe. A routing .us-'
mm elUltar w'th rantblcrs. r.nirster anal counterfeiter, la Havana. Cuba, where It
t heaaUfal aa4 luptaoua 1UIU aetreooea Hassana Bary ana Cla Sea la. The Urge f Mtar-.
eel cast la headeal fcy iaeoaes Aabachaa, Carlo Rivas ana! gandra Giglla.
srnvirFAv. Thinli Nn. t M FARMAC1A ESI ADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave.
la Ossa Ave. No. 41 at FOTO DOMY lunlo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St e) FARMAC1A
I Street FABMACLA "SAS" Via Porras HI .VOVEDADES ATH1S Beside
T . , i
FOR SALE:- Sava money t Buy
Cleyca blocks, 4" x 12" x 12".
They art economical, light) and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou-
sand. Clayco & Alfareria, S. A.,
Via EspaAa No.. 37-48. Phona
FOR SALE : I 2 V x2 press
camera. Flash good. Priced low.
Balboa 1806 or 3471.
FOR SALE: One craftman Jig
aaw 24 inch-thread; new 60 60-cycle
cycle 60-cycle 13 HP. Motor. Call Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun 5-126.
FOR SALE: 35-hp. Industrial
engine with pulley and clutch; v:
hammer mill, 10-inch,, with 2-
cylinder gasoline engine; wood
file cases; metal office desk;
battery charger, 6-12 volts, cap-'
acity 10 batteries; 75-watt radio
transmitter (never used) com-
pletc; Hallicraftara receiver; en-
gineera drafting table; complete
) set of golf bags. Leaving country.-
These articles will be sold,
for any reasonable offer. Phone
Pedro Miguel 333 or see at 2624
Bids are being accepted for air
conditioning Fort Kobbe N, C. O.
Club. Ballroom or dining room.
Prior to 15th August 1957. Call
4264 or 6100 Kobbe.
Beautiful canaries for sale, House
0819 Plank Street Balboa. Phono
FOR SALE : Bamboo Reclining
Chair. Phono- Balboa 4307,
House 765, Apt. 10, Balboa. 7
FOR SALE: Accordion, 1 20
Base, good condition., $60.00.
House 6234-B, Los Rios.,
FOR SALE : Horses : one- mare,'
one stallion, one gelding. Pana Panama
ma Panama Riding icool. AH day Sun-,
day, phone Ft. Clayton 2262.
"Elna" sowing) machine in pen
feet condition. 40th street No.
FOR SALE "Kitchen Aid"
mixer $15.00; machinist visa
$15.00; garage type hydraulic
jack; Vlu plate glass 36"v48"
set of runing lights and propel-;
iler for boat; air transformer tor
paint! spray ( industrial type )
$15.00; welding gauges, v other
automotive equipment.1 761-B
Tel. 2-3630 Barboa.
To Oliver Hardy
BEVERLY HILLS. Califs Aug
10 (UP) The movie colony today
paid its last respects to Oliver
Hardy, 65, rotund partner in tht
Laurel and Hardy slapstick team,
while ailing Stan Laurel mourned
Masonic funeral rites for Hardy
were followed bv cremation, and
interment ut Valhalla Memorial
Park in North Hollywood.
Members of the family, a, few
close friends and a scattering- of
filmland oldtimers wept openly at
the bier during services wmcn
Laurel, 67, was unable to attend.
Hardy died Wednesday from re results
sults results of a paralytic stroke h suf
fered nine months ago. Laurel,
with whom he made more, than
200 films .during their, 30-year ca careers,
reers, careers, is recovering at his Malibu
Beach home- from a less severe
stroke in 1955 but was instructed
by his doctor not to attend the
181 La Carrasaullle
FOR SALE -Living room fur-
niture bar with stools. Mangel
ironer, Hi-Fi, unit, barbecue
grill, 20 cubie foot deep freeaa
all in excelent condition Albrook
FOR SALE : Solid mahogany
bedroom set: extra-large double
bed, .night tables, arm chair,
vanity dresser with large mirror
$200. Phone 3-4508.
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus,
De Luxe bedroom suite $425.00,' '".
living room suite seven 1 pieces
$160.00, radio Bush, 2 speakers
$90.00, 12" Westinghouso re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator $78i00. Via Porras
71,.. Tel. 3-3896.
FOR SALE: Living room, din dining
ing dining room set, gaa stove, refrige refrigerator
rator refrigerator and other household uten utensils.
sils. utensils. Moderate price. 4th, street
No. 70-40 -Central & Melendex,
FOR SALE: 4-bumor gaa
atove, perfect condition. Ricardo
Miro street No. 53. Vista Her Hermosa.
mosa. Hermosa. Phone 3-5387.
FOR SALE: 4 mahogany din dinning
ning dinning chairs; cabinet electric sew sewing
ing sewing machine. House 3220 Em-1
pire street, Balboa. f
FOR SALE: Metal buffet
$8.00.1 girls .bicycle 28" $3.00.
LOST: July 28th, wallet of
Albert Carlen Brennan, ta
present on SS X. P, St. Clair,
containing 'Coast Guard docu documents
ments documents Z2 10275. Kadp money,
please return papers to R. C.
Worsley. P.O. Box 723. Balboa.
Pilot Who Landed
Engines Lauds Calm
HILO, Hawaii (UP) A hand handsome
some handsome pilot refused today to take
any personal credit for mirsing
his crippled plane more than 1,000
miles over the choppy Pacific to
a safe landing with 67 persons
InsteadMaj, Samuel Tyson, 37,
of Council Bluffs, lowtt, and' Va Va-caville,
caville, Va-caville, Calif., insisted his passen passen-eers.
eers. passen-eers. including' 10 women, de
served all the praise for. their de
termination to stay cairn.; k
"They suffered untold miseries
and : discomforts with no com com-Dlalnt."
Dlalnt." com-Dlalnt." Tvson said affer landing
his four-engine Boeing C97 at Hi-,
Jo's Lyman Airport on us two siar-
"Thev watched their baggage
being thrown overboard and they
were tuny aware oi we siiuauui
r-and they remained, calm,", he
said.:-' ; : ; ; ;.
Tvaon himself gave an inspirmg
exhibition of courage and nerve.
But the strain of holding nis au
prft. aloft for nearly six hours
on only two engines told on -himv
"X snapped my waicnuana
str'ainintf t th whesl and I was
soaked with sweat wnen we
iv Unrlod." he said. r
Tyson naa so mmuies ui b
maining in his tanks enough, for
ih, more oasses ai me nuiiciu
had he failed in his initial attempt
$ tvV i?V''r.'l
. Martin, S. A., Ave. Juste Arose Arose-:
: Arose-: mena No. 37-1 1, offera excelent
'opportunity to one experienced
bilingual executive secretary and
one bilingual clerk-typist, refer references
ences references required. Apply afternoons
nly. . i i'
DRAWER "A." DIABLO f
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL CX ('
ATTENTION all Isthmian Artists
(Professional or amateur) : Au Auditions
ditions Auditions Monday 3:30 p.m. Salon
Panama, Hotel El Panama, to se select
lect select acta for Wednesday Variety
Nights, winners of which receive
contracts to perform at El Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Bring your music, any props,
costume, and photo to audition.
WANTED: Vacation quarters
from Sept. 1 to Dec. I, by serv service
ice service couple, no children. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-272 It
WANTED: Registered female
Bulldog1 puppy., Write Box 230
Herbert Hoover, 83 Today, Still
Keeps Full Daily Vork Schedule
SAN FRANCISCO Aug". 10 UP)
Former i President Herbert
Hoover said yesterday he believed
the West was growing stronger in
its struggle against world commu
nism.' ..! !" '."''; v .,
At a news conference on the
eve of his 83rd birthday, Hoover
said that although the free world
was gaming in the battle of ideol
ogies, the balance: of military
strength ; between the opposing
sides of the world was stjill an
C 97 On Starboard
Of 67 Passengers
Air Force officers- aid Tvson's
decision to drop his plane to al
titudes ranging between 50 and
100 feet was what enabled him to
make land. By dropping so low,
he picked up a 20-knot tailw'nd
that spelled the difference .be
tween a safe landing and a ditcB-J
mg on empty tanks.
In Washington, Lt'. Gen. Joseph
Smith, head of s the Military Air
Transport Service, -said' he will
recommend a Distinguished- Fly Flying
ing Flying Cross for the heroic Pilot.
Smith sent Tyson a telegram to
advise him of the recommenda
tion. v -..
The MATS C97, military coun counterpart
terpart counterpart of the double decked Boe Boeing
ing Boeing Stratocruiser, ( had aken : off
from Travis "Air Force' Base,' 50
miles north of San Francisco,
early for Honolulu.
Aboard were 39 servicemen and
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"The West has grown distinctly
sCronger," he isaid. "But I don't
know anybody v who can evaluate
nuclear arms. You can evaluate
armies and you ican evaluate na navies.
vies. navies. We know nothing about the
(nuclear) accomplishments of our
major enemy that'a Russia."
.The former president smoked a
pipe and chatted easily with the
dozen newsmen- during his annual
birthday: conference. Although ad admittedly
mittedly admittedly hard of hearing, he ap appeared
peared appeared physically fit and said his
health had been "fundamentally
good since his last anniverrv
except for a bout with a wonder
"After, you; past ;H scriptural
limit on three nt in
y"r Jongevity efiends. mainly on
r", tu TurtHi a: smile.
Hoover said despite his advanc-
i S i.?' ne 8llu carried out a
full daily schedule of work UsuaUy
.j 'o mora wan 12 hours, j
He said ha wm hu u,,.u,n
on six books, including i a Ihree Ihree-volume
volume Ihree-volume treatise on the world's
nght against famine-; and disaster
witA which he hadTpeen engaged
"Ui ",ur we si so years."
t-i. 1 eJ,on ,enouSV he said,
"111 probably aUrr nnhii.k .k i
Volumes. on farm nnlli.. .u-
United States since 914,"
Hoover spoke frialv on almnif
any subject with th Yror,tinn
politics. He sidetracked such ques questions
tions questions saying "i don;t want to go
u"" mi iroaa. wny snouid I get
mixed upin, aU that misery?"
On the subjects of the .Hoover
Commission, the former President
said a large part of the commis commission
sion commission s administrative suggestions
had been adopted although the
number was "less than hoped
He said the "most important"
of the commission's recommen recommendations
dations recommendations calling .for entire re-
organization of the government's
budgeting and accounting depart depart-mets
mets depart-mets was presently before Con Congress.
gress. Congress. He said he Was firm in his
conviction -that the measure
"should be passed" because it
would save the tamivm "mil.
lions of dollars."
. ;ex-President will celebrate
his birthday tomorrow with i a
luncheon aboard the liner Presi President
dent President Hoover surrounded hv fnut
generations of his family.
The four generations will be
represented by Hoover himself, a
son. a grandson a nit mmt.
daughter, and three great-grandchildren,
, - -, ;
A. Inf. Tjk tt
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Democrats Work on GOP Resistance
To Civil Rights Bill Jury Proviso
WASHINGTON, Auf. 10 (UP) House Democratic
campaign today to
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"sell" their Republican counterparts on a new compromise Jury trial amendment to the civil
They-took advantage of a long weekend recess to try to break down GOP resistance to
Uie iiemocranc pian lur quicK nuuse avtivn. vnE tne oenaie s waierea-aown version l me con
troverslal civil rights measure. r,',u .
There were some faint signs the Republicans mirht five In. w- :;, v,-.
The Democratic strategy, as pronounced by Speaker Sam Rayburn, Is to seek a change
only In the jury trial proviso to meet administration objections.. t
lA pdple cnoir Ae frulfc nJ tfe country is wf e?? i Abraham Lincoln.
ANSWERS QUESTION Pres President
ident President Elsenhower rubs his
head as he answers a question
during his news conference in
Washington where he said the
jury trial amendment to the
Civil Rights bill would be most
( damaging to the entire Feder Federal
al Federal judiciary system.
Zorin Tells Unions
tONDOIf, Aug. 10 (UP) Soviet
Deputy Foreign Minister Valerian
Zorin said yesterday the Soviet Un
ion would continue demanding an
immediate ban on nuclear tests
without other conditions attached.
. In a letter to officials of the
leftist World Federation of Trade
Unions, the Soviet disarmament
aeiegaie saia agreement on sus suspension
pension suspension of nuclear tests would
create v an atmosphere that would
"pave thoway for further meas
ures- toward disarmament.
"Unfortunately, the Soviet pro'
posais are not upported by the
western powers, which put forth
various conditions for the cessa cessation
tion cessation of atomic and hydrogen weap weapon
on weapon tests, thus ereating official ob-
i'lacies w agreement, he said.
Tht Republicans said the Demo
crats had ihe votes to act on the
bill and the outcome was up to
them, bemocrats retorted that the
Republicans were guily of "ob "obstructionist
structionist "obstructionist tactics" and were will-,
ing to "sacrifice the Negro right
to vote on tht alcar of politics.'7
Rayburn Asks Approval
Rayburn touched off the veib-i
al battle. He broke a long silence;
on the issue to announced that hej
would ask the House to approve
the Senate bill with possibly only
one change to limit the right
to jury trial in criminal contempt
cases to voting rights.
The jury trial amendment has
been the chief target of a barrage
of criticism from Eisenhower and
his top legal experts the latest
coming from deputy attorney gen
eral William P. Rogers.
Rogers Slid that if allowed to
stand, it would "hamper not only
emorcemeni oi we civu rignis om
itself but also.. .make it more dif
ficult to enforce federal law .and
policy in other vital areas invoiv-
i.M 1h nnhli interact
The House rejected the jury
trial amendment in passing its
own administration-backed bill in
June. It now must decide whether
to accept the Senate version, ap ap-cept
cept ap-cept it with reservations or send
it to conferenct as proposed by
Wjthcr Or Not
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Up To Ruflts
Undtr normal procedure, the
House Rules Committee, which
controls the flow of legislation to
the House floor, would recom recommend
mend recommend which course the House
But Chairman Howard E. Smith
(D-Va), who staunchly opposes
any civil rights legislation, said
he had no plan to offer the resol resol-tion
tion resol-tion .sought by Rayburn. He said
he would decide his next step
after such a proposal is offered
by someone Use., 1
But Raynurn said Northern
Democrats on the rules group
could bring the Senate bill to the
House floor lor final congressional
approval if the GOP members
would coonerate. v .?
"Vfp have reached this point."
Ihe speaker said. "The people
who are for a right-te-vote bill
have an opportunity to get it
The Democrats have an 8-to-4
majority on the Rules Committee
but lour of their members are
from the so-called "Old South"
and normally might be expected
to try to block civil rights legisla legislation
tion legislation by any means available.
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Bertha Loses Force,
Heads For E. Texas
As Vindr Rainslorm
LAKE CHARLES, La.,,, Aug. 10
(UP) t- Tropical storm Bertha,
no longer a hurricane, broke down
into windv rainstorms today.
The weather bureau said the
threat of the year's second hurri
cane was over for the Louisiana-
East Texas coastal area, badly
hit by hurricane Audrey last June
All warnings were lowered last
night when the storm lost its driv
ing force. The New Orleans
weather bureau said heavy rains
and strong winds would follow the
storm into East Texas. By early
today the strongest, winds had sub subsided
sided subsided to 50 mUes an hour .and
less. ' i
Ironically, one of the few reports
of damage on land was from
Cameron, La., nearly destroyed
by hurricane Audrey.
One of the 10 persons who re refused
fused refused to flee from Bertha tried to
cook, his supper on a makeshift
It blew up and destroyed his
home and the house next to it.
Telephone communications were
out to Cameron and it was not
known if the destroyed homes were
ones originally there or among
those hastily thrown up in the
debris left by Audrey.
Housa", Republican Leader Jo Joseph
seph Joseph V Martin Jr. flatly rejected
Rayburn's proposal. He said "we
are for ai gepuine civil rights' bill
and for no amendments which will
defeat the real purpose of Presi
dent Eisenhower .to give o every
citizen a riuht to vote.
Three of the four Republican
members of the rules group also
opposed the Democratic plan.
They were Reps. Leo Allen (111),
Henry J. Latham (NY) and Hugh
Scott (Pa); i r t-V-'v' ;K ''
The fourth Republican on the
group. Rep. CUr.eace. Brown
(Ohio), refused to commit himself
in advance because "conditions
change." But he said it was "rath
er strange" Rayburn sought GOP
help when the Democrats have,
2 to 1 majority on the "Committee.
Informed of Martin's statement.
Rayburn said that if the Republi
cans really want a right-to-vote
bill they can get it by adopting
his strategy. He said, "it's up to
Chairman Emanuel Celler (D1
NY) of the House Judiciary Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, author of the broader
House-passed Dill, accused the
GOP leaders of adopting delaying
tactics. He noted that 16 groups
fighting for civil rights legislation
reluctantly had swung behind the
Senate bill. :
Some Democrats jcentend pri privately
vately privately that some Republicans
would prefer to delay final action
on civil rights until 1958 a con
gressional election year in an ef effort
fort effort to capitalize on the North
South Democratic split on the
issue, r l
Rayburn had refused to ay
what he would do- if the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans rejected his plan. But he
presumably will not try to send
the measure 10 cuiiieieute
h anp leaders reverse them
spIvm. Some observers saw this
as a possibility. ;
But Martin insisted that the
measure "should go to conference
the ordinary way so we can give
real and proper consideration to
the Senate amendments." v ; v-
We shall not De siampeueu, m-
in, naiisinff unwise ana aecepuve
legislationi" the t GOP leader as
Flood Of CetrWell
Arrive For Mamie
WASHINGTON (UP)-Mrs. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower enjoyed, a growing col collection
lection collection of flowers and get-well
cards- and. messages today she
continued her' satisfactory recov recovery
ery recovery from Tuesday's operation.!
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A' White tHouse aide said 'the
First Lad has received ; a con'
siderable number of ) sympathetic
mesages wishing her a sptdy re
covery. .-- Vi: :.!',:
"She's a very Popular First
Lady," the aide commented.
PANAMA, R.-P.; SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1957
Rescue Team Reaches Top Of Swiss Mount
Where 4 : Climbers Fight For Survival
f GRINDELWALD, Switzerland,. pected Fo reach the peak ; later' top of Hhe peak,' which has'a
NOT TALKING Frank. Eas-
ton, an. alleged link between
racketeer Johnny Dlo and the
"paper locals" of Teamster oN
Ilcial: Jamer Hoffa. smokes a
cigarette as he appears before
tne Senate Labor Rackets
Committee In w a s hlngton
Easton invoked the Fifth A-
mendment 88 times, refusing
to say whether he had been
ordered to keep quiet by Hoffa,
STIC KY PROBLIM. SOLVED
SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UP) De
tectives didn't have to go far to
solve the vending machine tapper
mystery; William Paul Newton,
47, was arrested toff y on
charges of tapping the candy' ma machine
chine machine at the central police station
of $3.85. Newton worked in the
building. -. ,
To Get Out
Four Rebels Killed
In Easlern Cuba
As Unrest Prevails
HAVANA (UP)-Loyal forces In
eastern Cuba killed four rebels
and wounded "several" Wednes
day in the first open fighting re-
ported this week in this country's
siow-motion revolt, the Army an
At least one person was killed.
two wounded and two captured by
police in scattered incidents, of
violence and sabotage in various
parts oi Cuba.
The Army communique said
loyal forces clashed with the reb rebels
els rebels Wednesday at three points la
eastern Cuba Alto Pos Brazom
Peladero and Cubitas. The official
announcement made no mention ef
! government casualties.
! u Matanias. a city whose ame
means "slaughter." a gunmaa
firing from a speeding car killed
one policeman and wounded an
Meanwhile, police throughout
this klaad nation were seeking
traces of five rebel sgents who
flew ia Wednesday night from Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla. The five illegal
immigrants eras h -landed and
baraed their two-engined plane oa
a half-built 'highway east of Ha Havana
vana Havana and fled ia waiting ears.
0e ef the rebels wss identified
as Daniel Varuques. a too aide of
ousted ex-President Carlos Prio.!
route saia another of the five
mea is named Angel Baaos, but
were amble to furnish further
tdeatificatioB. ':, :
The names ex the other three
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WASHINGTON, Aug. 10 (UP)-
The Senate Rackets Committee
said toaay mat tne' oia At u Auto
workers union gave New York
Hoodlum' Johnny Dio and two oth
er men $396,000 to leave the union
Sen. John L. McClellan said Dio
engaged in "a mild form of ex
. The committee' asserted that
Dio was handed a f 16,000 check
on Sept. 3, 1954, to get out. and
tnat union, secretary Anthony j.
Doria was paid $80,000 to resign.
It said Angelo Inciso, head o the
Chicago local, was given $300,000.
The committee also was told
that Doria' tot a free Cadillac
which the 'union's executive hoard
approved just before he bowed
OUt. .- ,., V,
It was br ought out that the
union .wanted to get rid of Doria
ana inciso because thev were-un
der fire on charges, of corruption.
On the other hand, committee
counsel Robert F. Kennedy said.
nothing was Paid to union Preai-
oent Lester Washburn when he re
signed after the union's executive
ooard slapepd down hi attemnt
IV VUSl i10.'
Earl Heaton. nresident of th
union when, the money was chang
ing hands, contended that the $16,-
wuu was aue xjio tor nrn h
Piled up in' starting the union's
first New York local. But he ad
mitted he never ssw anv rwrf
that it was due Dio. i .:
Heaton said the uninn'i ia,n.
tive board had" authorized him to
pay uio.sio.OOO. but that he raised
it to $16,000 on his own. He said
uoria told him he had voucher
showing Dio had soent that murh
and he took Doris's word. t
, McClellan, committee' chairman,'
said that "what it a e t u a lly
4 mounted to was a form, maybe
k mild .form, of extortion to get
out of the union." The 11 S oon
theck was dated the same 'day
Aug, 10 (UP) Six members of
the live-nation rescue expedi
tion s to the Elger Mountain
north wall have reached the top
or tne mountain late today, -J
A the rescue team neared the
top: of. 13,038-foot Mount; Elffer,
one report said the fouf j men
trapped Just s toejow 1 the peak
since weanesaay still were alive.
A rescue official said., "all four
men on the Eiger North wall.
are still alive. They waved at a
control mane or tne Swiss Amine
Alr'ftescue Squad early today,
but appeared to be completely
exhausted, , ?,
. Three of the four anen were
sighted huddled on a precipice
this morning. The fourth dan
fled at the end of a 40-foot
rope with a 10,000-foot drop
beneath him. .,
Three rescue teams, left this
morning seeking to reach the
top of the Eiger North Wall over
more easily accessible routes.
They hoped to cross the top of
the wall and descend 600 feet to
the stranded men.
; However. one; of E the ; rescue
teams had to-turn back
"The rescu column carrying
the heavy ecruipment is on its
way back, as it was unable to
pass a dangerous steep ascent,"
an-omciat aaiq. ; t
He said It probably will wake
a second attempt over anotner
route, but "that this will take
Lt .1...... :J. .'I''.i.
The other resche, teams were
reported to be approaching the
top of the glacier ana were ex
The first rescuers to "approach
the top spotted three of the
stranded climbers ''huddled to together.
gether. together. They reported no move movement
ment movement on the precipice, but the
marooned men were not covered
by the' snow Which fell during
tne night and the rescuers said
they appeared to be all right.
The mountain climbers two
Germans and two Italians Italians-were
were Italians-were about 950 feet below the
British Jeb Bomb
Units Af llizva
BAHREIN. Persian Gulf. Aua 10
Utf)- British bombers rand jet
fighters today pounded stubborn
rebel units in hilltop emplacements
and caves holding up the advance
of loyal forces on the' rebel strong
hold of Nizwa.
Reina del Pacifico
Off (bast Of Wales
MILFORD HAVEN, Wales, Aug.
10 (UP) The 17,872 ton "hard "hard-luck"
luck" "hard-luck" liner Reina del Pacifico,
which ran aground off Bermuda
last month, was in trouble again
today. : 'A::-' ,J' r
Fitters at the harbor here
worked through the night to re
pair the ship s generators wmcn
failed while the ship was off the
Pembrokeshire coast yesterday,
bound for Bermuda. ;, i
A harbor spokesman ssld it was
not known how long the repairs ;
would .take, s v" J ,r-j
This was the Rema s fourth
mishao In lO years. Ten years a
go an explosion on board- killed
28 persons fend injured 23 more
while the chin was on speed tri
als off Belfast Lough.
Five months, ago outbreaks ot
fire4 were 'investigated by police
at Liverpool, and last month, the
ship ran aground on nevus fiat,
coral reef oil aermuaa.
Air Vice Marshal Sir Laurence
Sinclair, the overall commander
of combined British-sultanate for
es operating against the Imarf of
uman said his forces had met "or
gamzea resistance'' trom an ene
my -"well trained and in well pre pre-piscd
piscd pre-piscd .positions."
( He said Brigadier James A. R.
Robertson ordered his ground
troops to sit tight until the air as
sault flushed out the rebel snip snipers
ers snipers on the road to Nizwa.
London; newspapers said Robert Robertson
son Robertson withdrew his forces because'
he was afraid an all-out attack
would bring on-international rev
lew Panel Selected
n Court Martial
Of USAF Sergeant
Committee eounsel Kennedy
said his staff had checked Dio's
vouchers and the most it could
find that the union owed him w
$5438 asuming that Dio had
spent his own money in piling ; up
his expenses. --. '.- ..
Dio refused to answer Questions
about the $16,000 or anything else
during a two-hour appearance be before
fore before the committee yesterday. Th
committee sent him back to a
New York Jail cell to await sen sentencing
tencing sentencing in a New York labor rack rackets
ets rackets case. ..
Heaton told the committee' he
agreed to pay Doria tSO.OOO to get
out, after the aFLIo rtw.i
I Practices Committee broucht
charges against the nnion that
centered -on Doria, But he said
Doria received only $25,000 a ad-is
sulngr-for, the rest -
The anion's executive board ap ap-proved
proved ap-proved 650,000 for.-Doria job
grounds that it would about equal
vna compensation dunni th
: unexpired part of his term.'Heawa
saia twis balked and. be raised
it to tso.OOO t end "tht kartu kartu-menf
menf kartu-menf 'ef the Baioo.'
SHAW AIR FORCE BASE. S.C,
(UP) The general court martial
of a staff sergeant charged with
swindling $2,814 from the finance
office at this Air Force base went
into its second day today with all
but one member of the original
court replaced by new members,
Only CoL -'Howard Short, the
court's president survived stiff
challenges by the defense, and
stern questioning from the law
officer. Ma j. John B. Higby. Short
and lour new members all .of
them officers, were chosen to hear
the charges against S. Sgt. Ber Ber-nice
nice Ber-nice R. Moore; 11, of Durham,
The defnse succeeded ia having
Maj. James B. r Wall dismised
from 'the panel on grounds Wall
had a "vivid recollection" of a
prior case in which Moore was
involved. The defense contended
this might prejudice the case
against Moore. t
Higby excused an ether mem members
bers members of the original court, except
Short, on grounds there was a
"fair risk" the evidence at pre previous
vious previous trials, of which the mem
bers had knowledge, mixht be
Moore, fourth of some 20 airmen
to be tried in conn Action1 with a
$-8,000 payroll swindle here, was
the first to plead inaocent.
Three a I r a e a who pleaded
guilty ia prior trills were sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to dishonorable discharge
and prison terms.'
. Moore was accused of. UW ally
receiving $2,814 from the finance
Airmaa 2C John Davis Jr, 22.
of Cleveland, O wis scheduled
for trial today, but the beginning
ef bis trial was contingent upon
completion ef the Moore trial
NAGASAKI.1 Japan L UP W The
people of Nagasaki observed the
12th anniversary of the Nagasaki
atom oomo today with a minute of
silent prayer and a memorial serv service
ice service at the city's "peace park."
In a statement passed at'the
memorial rally, the gathering pro proclaimed,
claimed, proclaimed, "We. people of Naaasakfl
renew our resolve, to carry on the
sacred task of establishing world
oraer -. ana reauung Dermaneut'
peace based1 on harmony and faith
on this 12th anniversary of the
atom bomb. ,: v,
v''We pledge firmly to advance
with patience' and courage until
this high aim Is realized." 1
reputation as "Death Moun
tain." ,s -'
The man dangling on a rope -fell
from a precipice Wednesday ;
and was, injured.' His compan companions
ions companions struggled for 90 hours to
pull" him to safety before they
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gave up ana nuuuiea tugeuicr
American Gals Have
Mates Pinned Down,
Says London Writer
LONbON, Aug. ,10 (UP)- The
American woman can out drink,
out-smoke, out-talk nii'l out-nus-cle
tin i, American man T.ow flpd is
lro'.y,i g. in superior) bv'. Ir.is
and bounds, a British columnist
said today. ; t
Cassaniira; widely lead colum columnist
nist columnist -' in. the Daily Mirror, said
American manhood is "firmly
pinned downs by 'the-enrs.''
'lie said his inform win eame
frorr coiiversations wi:h American
women visiting London, recent
personal observations in the Unit United
ed United States and opinions of Ameri American
can American writers. . :
"Cbme the yeaf 2,000 tha aver average
age average honeysuckle chile cum-
cutie sweetie pie will be top-,
ping six feet four inches in Jier
nylons and looking askance at any
Romeo from Dallas; Deavcr or
Des Moines who weighs less tha
250 pounds and" can get under a
six-foot door without stooping," he
wiote. i .f
Lisf Of Unir EventG
oeing Lompiled by
Army nfo. Section
" A list of anniversaries observed .-by
by .-by United States Army Caribbean M
organizations is being compiled by !i
the Information Section, in order
to provide- appropriate recognition. ;
of Important unit events.
This step is in compliance with
Change I to AR-220-305, Unit Line Lineage
age Lineage and Battle Honors, which di di-rectrs
rectrs di-rectrs -commanders : to atimulate
interest among their personnel in
the history, battle honors and tra traditions
ditions traditions of their organizations.
According to the regulation, the
date selected as Unit Day is one
commemorating some imnortant e-
vent in the organization s history
and is not neresssrilv tha riav nn
which it was first organized. Units
usually celebrate the occasion with
suitable ceremonies and programs
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nit D.y .Celebrations' include the;'
initiation of recruits. .j
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