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Asiatic Flu Vaccine
Ordered for Canal Zone
- Asiatic flu vaccina to liel'p protect wrvicemen an
liant is du to arrive on the Canal Zbn lat in September,
according to. the latest wdrd 'available to medical person
nel.rjere., X J V '
'. A total of 24,000 shots of 'the specially-prepared vac vac-"cine
"cine vac-"cine was ordered through1 the U.S.' Army Caribbean mod.
leal service supply channels ; to meet the combined needs
;of all agencies in the Canal zone. M
n New York
NEW YORK. Aug. 13-(UP)
A ship carrying Eifropean v ex exchange
change exchange tu'ients cbocked. here
s i today ith about -50 mild pases
w. influenza aboard and the vessel s
doctor SRid as many as 200 had
been stricken -during the voyage
The Arosa Sky of the Arosa
tines pulled beside a Hudson Riv Riv-.i
.i Riv-.i mpr hnrtlv after 8 a.m. with
about 800 students. But no one was
allowed to leave the snip Dmoiug
comoletion of pnysicai cnecnup
by health authorities.
1 a M 4
m.vra liMilth officials boarded
the Arosa Sky at quarantine last
night and began cnecmng me am am-dent
dent am-dent passengers. A spokesman
said this morning that doctors had
found about 50 with'mild cases of
Hu, including fevers 01 iuu to iw
derees. He said the ailments
were less severe than had ; been
expected, and estimated that only
" two or three students would have
to be hospitalized. ; ;
Tha spokesman said laboratory
k tost -k'miM have ta be made 'to
determine -whether the. outbreak
wax Asiatic flu,
W'S.- i The ship oocior, nan iscnei,
said the illnesses in most of .the
? 2(X esses lasted 24 to 48 hours.
-One crew, member and one non non-.
. non-. nturient. oasseneer ,r cam i down
llon-Com's Mess Hall
Robbery Is Fourth
vThe Ft. Amador Non- Commis Commis-inna.nfficpr',
inna.nfficpr', Commis-inna.nfficpr', Mess was broken
into during the early morning
-hours Sunday, according to an an
nouncement n 1 de today hy. Head Headquarter
quarter Headquarter yjj. i Army ; Cribbean. ;
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This makes four1 unsolved, lur lur-.
. lur-. ghries which are being investigat investigated
ed investigated by the military, and ..which
have occurred within the last two
xnonthSv' ; V y's.-iHi''1.
Sunday'! theft v Involved,' about
1200 taken- from pinbaU machines
and from a iuke box. A screen on
a kitchen wrnaow naa Deen Cui 10
sain entry into the building,, it
- was reported. ;,;:,,,. ;
- ' mrf'c
Swedish Niidists rj
Rare Their Wares v
Jo Gain Converts l:
t StOCKHOLM (UP) -"Sweden's
nudists Sunday decided to open
beach practically in the laps of
their more conventional neighbors.
The Idea is to gain converts, v-.
' The action- was taken at a'nud-
ixl congress, meeting on the Lake
Hiaelmaren island of Bjoerkoe.
Site of the beach will be the JjH
timate little island itself where
hundreds of clad and unclad vaca
tioners Cock in the summer.
' Supporting the iorthrightness of
their decision, the rwditts pointed
to the uninhibited spirit of 60 of
their number who- live in the city
of Urebro in the heart of Sweden.
1 There the contingent has set op
its owa community and earner out
its activities, unblushinely, in full
.view ei the rest of the town.
There have .been no evidence, of
Oriental flu in the. Canal Zone a
rea although constant tests are
being conducted here to- spot any
outbreak ot this type ot nu.
: The Panama Canal's Health
Buruau said today that an ade adequate
quate adequate supply of the new. typo anti-flu
vaccine is on : requisition
through regular channels, y
"Upon its arrival it the near
future, it will be administered to
eligible personnel by the Health
Bureau," they added.
- The US Armv Caribbean's me
dical supply officers, Lt. Col. Karl
W. Woodman said that a requisi requisition
tion requisition for 24,000 shots had been sub submitted
mitted submitted through the Army's Sur Surgeon
geon Surgeon General tfter it had been an announced
nounced announced that the vaccine", would
be available. 1
' The ahota will be administer
' ad en a mandatory basis to mili military
tary military personnel, and on a volun voluntary
tary voluntary basis te dependents and
'Other civilian pusonnel, 'Wood'
man said. '
The Army's Surgeon's Office em em-phased
phased em-phased that the -new vaccine, de developed
veloped developed in an "amazingly short"
time, is for curbing any outbreak
of the su-called ''Oriental flu" on only.
ly. only. '
The standard influenza shot
whicn is administered annually to
u.s, muitary personnel protects a
gainst several, other, strains of tlu.
. Tha announcamenf from the
local madlcaf ofhciala coincided
with an; announcement In Wih-
' ington today that tho U.S. pub J
lie Hlth Servic had released
the firm 502,000 dosae of tha A.:
,,iaHe flu vaccina te help; protect
. the public and mamti?r af tha
Armnxi F-ea -imt fetruH'
v epidemic later this "yean, .tfp
mm umfiaiB Biaea- mat
the increase in tiODcr 'resniratorv
infections in the ast several weeks
ma uov approach epidemic DroDor-
Uons -and that the sickness has
ot been identified as influenza.
Meanwhile m Washmeton. Sur
geon General Lerov E. Burnpv uaid
me ctviuan share of the Vaccine
the first big batch released,' will
oe aistriouted through normal
channels to hospitals, clinics and
Part of tha vaccina also Wat
earmarked for the military fore,
at, which have raquostad four
miKlon shots to guard against
any rapotition of the deadly
World War I flu outbreak.
in releasing the vaccine. Burhey
repeated his warning that "even
with maximum use of the vaccine
this country may have serious in-
iiuenza epidemics in the fall or
winter. ' ; .:- -:t-,: r
. 'The public health exports da
not behave any nationwide epi epidemic
demic epidemic Is likely to (tart before
Sept. 15, vlf at alL .
. Of tha 20,000 cases of the highly
contagious Asiatic flu reported in
the United States so far. 0 n 1 v
three deaths' have occurred -and
those were from side effects rath
er tnan the IU itself.' 3
The -health earvice considers
no "shot", one cubic centime centimeter
ter centimeter of tha vaccina par person te
be sufficient for ana year. Tha
vaccine ia believed te be about
71 per ent .effective at present
In preventing th flu. .
A THREE-MAN Panamefilsta.
delegation attended today's ses
sion of the ; Electoral Tribunal
and presented a letter in which
they maintained that their par party
ty party was officially recognized In
1952 before, they decided to ab abstain
stain abstain from participating In the
elections held that year.
Isias Plnilla, 'the chairman of
the tribunal, received the letter
and declared that lt would be
given detailed study.
At the same meetine Liberal
Party chairman Guillermo Qui
Jano" announced that he would
present a new electoral bill to
tne consmerauon or the Electo Electoral
ral Electoral Tribunal next Tuesday.
Qui jano said his party's pro proposed
posed proposed Electoral Code contem
plates' the participation of all
political groups m any forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming elections. o -1
Attendance In Panama' City
public schools was reported as
nearing -normal today, follow
lnr last week's drop in attend
ance records as a result of in-.
fluenza epidemic which at Its,
. peak bad -rut school attend attend-.
. attend-. ance by more than SO per cent.
The Ministry of Education
said, today, the overall attend
ance In Panama City schools Is
not only about 5 per cent below
However, it was reported yes
terday tnat a- total of 1365 stu students
dents students and 32 teachers were ab absent
sent absent from classes as a result of
the flu,' 1 1 .
Will Act As Chief
Of Budget Division
Leroy B. Magnuson, Chief of
tne Budget Branch will art as
Chief of the Budeet and Rates
Division during the absence- of
Warren Pitman.- it. ha been an
nounced by the Office of the Comp Comptroller..
troller.. Comptroller.. v
At the same time it was ait ait-nouced
nouced ait-nouced that Robert Lessiack will
art as Chief of the Budget Branch.
Mr, Pitman will be on leave
from August 15 until the end of
November during which time be
will vnit tne United States., 1
' Secret Police Chief Hector Val-
jva3LXpPor'1 todayton, -the
tr&ir f -a" band Of automdbile
thieves WhoTiare beenoperatine
in Panama City for. the last few
. Valdes said a number of ar-
restshave been made; prbvldine
dtectives with. clues which should
lead to the arrest of the leaders
of the car-thieving gang. ;
' Government t offices, banks
and schools, in : Panama City
will bejsjosed all day Thursday
as thevcity Observes the 4S8th
anniversary of the founding
of Old Panama-. v V-
President Ernesto de la Guar-
dla Jr. is expected to attend a
solemn session of the Panama
Municioel Council to be held at
the Old Panama ruins. ; :
7 Mr, de la Guardla Is also
scheduled to inaugurate Pana
ma's malaria eradication pro
gram which gets underway Mon
day morning: vv v ; v A
It is estimated that malaria
lias cost Panama approximate approximately
ly approximately 179,000,000 annually In lost
. The proeram, similar to the
one started recently on the Ca
nal Zone, is being conducted
with 'the cooperation of the
World Health Organization,
UNICEF, and otner internauon
al agencies. : i -r-'Vv Vir
Junior High; J ;.;
Now On Exhibit
A collection of pen-and-ink draw
ings of local plants made by mem
bers of two Balboa-Junior High
School Seventh Grade art classes
is on exhibit at the Civil Affairs
Building and will remain en dis
play until the first week Of Sep September.
tember. September. .; '
The classes are under the In Instruction
struction Instruction of Miss Lois Morgan who
has supplemented the work of ber
students with a classification and
description of each plant repre represented.
sented. represented. .i
-The drawings are displayed in
the lighted case and oa bulletin
boards at the entrance to the
There appears to be no immediate slash of civilian
personnel contemplated by any of the three military serv services
ices services on the Canal Zone. ?
t Despite the Defense Department's recently announc announced
ed announced "cease-hirina" order aeared towalrds drast-icnllv rut
ting civilian payrolls, all three services tbday advised'that
no measures will be taken at thi present time which wf
seriously affect civilian workers. The statements.
ARMY; "There is no reduction in force of Army civil civilian
ian civilian .employes contemplated at this time f
AIR FORCE: "Plans are now underway at Hn rikl
bean Air Command to imolement the Hirer tiv (rAm flia
Secretary of Defensei At the present time it is too early
to determine how the civilian expenditure wiltl iinnt-i'
mented to reach the desired cost level of this command"
NAVY: "Pending further instructions we cease all
civilian hiring except where replacement is imperative for
un essential opergnon.
Headquarters VS. Army Carlb
The limitation of hiring has
been directed by the DeparW
mens -Jo provide Wt an order)
"V""" vv 4.a.vvv 4a t a buuwtiuu Ji
budget allocations for the-ctir-rent
fiscal -year, and 1 thereby
minimize the need for reductions
in force which may disturb the
economy and labor market situ situation
ation situation in any locality."
in Washington, the Air Force
civilian employment by about
20,000 by the end of October.
There wiU likewise be some're-auctton-in
employment by con contractors
tractors contractors worktnR'rtct?y r U
'The Air Forn xtimataa t,-t.
the eftect .of this'and other ac actions
tions actions previously annminpiirf hii
stlU leave the level of employ employment
ment employment of the aircraft imt w.
announced today that it was ment In thV'elertronl Siry
taking steps t to cut back Its pay- la expected to increase somZ
NEWCANAL. MULES r-- t)ra!wlng at top shows ft ship -attached by- line. to one' of the
new locomotlvea.and secured' to the side of the lock, where it Is protected by the rubber tires
of the, locomotive's adjustable fender. Below, the locomotive is shown cUmbing a 50 percent
incline afr one of the? locks of the Panama CanaL' The 75-foot boom Is used to deposit Ini Initial
tial Initial lines- aboard ships,'. time consuming task formerly accomplished by.rowboat ,
PanCanal Wars On Rot, .Termites, Ants;
Th cooperation of all occupants
of Panama Canal quarters is be being
ing being requested in-the care and
growth of vines er shrubbery near
houses which may oe conducive
rtn- rnt. termites and ants.
I a circular being issued to all
housing occupants, J. t, Kanaan,
chief of the Housmg Division,
pounds rules on the. planting and
care of .sucn plants are recommended,-.
' r.'-i,' ;
Whilo the fcaautificatian ;
graunda. by Individual occupants
4a nceurag4l, -the circular re re-uasta
uasta re-uasta that vines ha trainW an
trellises and that no vines be par.
mitted to graw on- hautas.
The following message on this
subiecl is to-be delivered to all
housing occupants by the Housing
While we are fully aware of
the beatify of various vines fend
shrubs, and encourage their cul
tivation by bousing, occupants la
many eases because of their aes
thetic value tt u necessary that
we point out to you that these
plants can be conducive to rot, ter-
1 '" v
mites and ants. Hand in hand with
this,, our constant fight' against
rot, termites and ants is the cause
of one or our heaviest : Housing
Shhh! Shhh! Shhh! Shhh! Shhhl Shhh!
l-,lf li 1a min iititinftii ; nl
course, r to cut down maintenaee
overhead and we, therefore, seek
your help is controlling the growth
of vines, especially those-of the
philodendron, monsters, ficus, .va
miia and ivy .types. la order to
eliminate a source of added ex
pense in the maintenance of quart
era and at the same time mini
mize the possibility of infestation
by ant. ami termites, the lOllow
in? ground .rules are recommend
ed to you.. '
L The planting of vines will
not be restricted, nor will there
be a restriction as to specie. Vines
shall be trained on a trellis how
ever, and no vines shall be traia-i
ed or- akowed to grow onto ? the
house.- including the eel a mas,
beams, or roof overhang.
"2. Vina already plants anJ
eatablianad shall hi trained ante
a irellie by tha occupant. While
tfcia may take time and the plant
nay. a eat back In Ha aWvelep aWvelep-mant,
mant, aWvelep-mant, this raqulremant is the at
taraativa tat i-amevaL
. the exterior or exterior
trim of the house is to be painted
in me immediate future, then para
Tor trying to
) home cf a land
" W nurw rripcnv ftanki three' times. Three, didn't answer. Finally he saidr
er umnr riARWJi (times also nothing waa done. The! The. extent of our ammuni ammuni-WASHINGTOtf,
WASHINGTOtf, ammuni-WASHINGTOtf, Aue. 13 Ross Army in those days did not want.tion." ...
Collina. ex-Conrresman from tanks. Thev were acainst me-1 -Ammunition." replied- Col-
Mississippi who did more to build chanization. I Una. "loses 4ts virility aftr a nfph (!) shove shall be eomolied
up the Army and Air rorce than The Army has always wanted time and has to be replaced. It viih int mediate! v if tK m. i.
-v. ny ower uonitressman in nis- iooi soicuers, ooservea mo ex-ioecomes ouvmoota wiui vac oe- ue type that (annot be trained 00-
mji, lame vv& w viimsuxm.i Hvm r-nwa-i. y -iiupi.ivu. w l Kv.,.:iv a ireuia, turn re anaii oe remov-
nere u nonrong aecrei aooued. VTaea trawinf aa at wfcirh
of the grounds branch, as well as
the agronomist,, are available for
roll expenditures for civilian
personnel by approximately five
per cent by the end of October.
The Air Force civilian per personnel,
sonnel, personnel, cut was the first to fol follow
low follow Defense Secretary Charles
E. Wilson's ,. order last week
f reeling civilian employment
in the services pending full
scale reviews. The other serv services
ices services were expected to follow
SUlt. : .,
At the same time-'the Air
Force is Immediately requesting
contractors, except for ballistic
missile work, "to. make corres corresponding
ponding corresponding cuts in expenditures
with minimum slowdown' effect
on essential programs. -
xnese actions are reauired to
enable the Air force to operate
iwitnin tne expenditure limita
tion of $17.9 billion for fiscal year
W5B. .' .-.":
It Is expected that tha affect
le-t theee actions will be to re-
dace Its overseas and domes tie
Airman Said Knifed
By Wife In locom-
i . ...... .. -mm
Slill Seriously III
Mc KIbbon Acquitted Of SteaUhg;
Chiva Chiva. Juan Gonialet. a 20- t!3e othw daT t0 urvy the scene, Congressman Collins vividly
yeir-oia rauamaniaa was charged
with burebry yesterday in the
saiooa atagittrate s Court.
Bail A S250 was set ia the rtx
wtach wai hoi,nd over for trial ia
U.S. District Court.
The burglary aCeredly took
Place oe Aug. T at 1.30 a.m.
oi lonner oaiue. recalled a cooversaBon viui tmmiuuwon.- xma avajevium are aepars led from tne onarters
With the Air rorce now eel-Gen. Douglas MacArthur, thenels. j - (wiU be allowed, except it will be
ebratlrig its golden anniversary,! chief of suff, regarding sup- -MacArthur paced the floorthe responsibility of the occupant
Collins recalled how he had ln-ipression of information. Ifurther. rinaliy. he said he, to keep the vines from touching
serted in the Military Appropria-j "Give me one illustration of couldnt name any other mill-, the bouse.
tion Bill provision for six fly- a real military secret," Collins tary secret. I '
Ing rortresaes iri 1140. which the asked MacArthur. 1 4 To assist the occupant ia the
General Staff refused to build. 1 "And I dont believe." said solution of the problem of trans-
He also recalled how he had! MacArthur strode the floor. Collins, "there are any real mU-.plating a ad training established
authorized, $60000 for Christie bands behind his back, at first tary secret today." 'plants, the snaerrisory persoasel
Because' s mental examination
snowed that a Panama Canal e-
lectrical enzineer. Thomas S. Mc
Kibbon, has a. tendency to absent absent-mindedness,
mindedness, absent-mindedness, he was acquitted yes
terday, afternoon ia Baiooa Man
strate's Court of a charge of petit
The ease bad beea taken under
advsement by Magistrate E.LP
Tatelman after a parade of IS
witnesses were caned into court
oa Aug. S, pending the results of
a psychiatric examination.
The 58-vear-old Americaa de
fendant was charged with stealing
two pounds of bacon at the Bal
boa Commissary after a police
watch was set up ia the commis
Judse Tatelmaa ruled that since
the psychiatrist's report cast seme
doubt ss to the defendant s intent
when be took the bacon, the court
had te find McKJbbo aot guilty.
He com men red that there was
doubt that the engineer took the
things involved, but added thai the
only issue raised by the defease
was that of intent.
Gorgas Hospital psychiatrist. Dr.
Juhaa C Kennedy reported te the
court that si cKibboa's saempry for
remote and recent events is in
tact, "except tor the recall of im immediately
mediately immediately preceding t r a I a s of
throurht whoa distracted by iate iate-rupta
He aBuded te McKibboa's preoe preoe-enpatioB
enpatioB preoe-enpatioB as thai of the "abaeat "abaeat-snoded
snoded "abaeat-snoded profeaaorV
The psychiatrist's eommeat was
that Jiere was no evidence of
mental disorders defect nor der
angement to any degree that would
render McKibboa mentally incom
Kennedy made the following re
"It is respectfully recommended
that in adjudication of this case.
that the phenomena of distractibiJ
my, preoccupation ami recall defi deficit
cit deficit ba considered as extenuating
sad mitigating factors hi the as assessment
sessment assessment of any culpability of the
During the eourse of the mental
examination. McKibboa related e e-vents
vents e-vents which occurred prior to his
arrest, and "vigorously denied"
having' stolen items in question.
protesting the idea that he had he
efuier mutivauoa or intent to
SteaL - : v
However la court, when the de defendant
fendant defendant took the stand to testify,
he had remarked that be was
"cs'ight wit) the goods" because
ha bad ao aales receipt to show
for the bacoa he was charged with
n.edical report, as well ss
the defense had pointed out that
McKibbon baa beea under a strain.
principally from his work aad
front off-duty studies for a law
He had beea concerned also ev
er the health of his daughter who
had a second bahgr by Caesarian
section several weeks sro. He told
the psychiatrist that his wife's
health had not beta good recent recently
ly recently either,
An Air Force enlisted en a a. who
was slleeedly stabbed h hiJ wife
following a quarrel in their -Laco-
na home, was still on tha imHrnn.
ly 111 list today at Gorgas Hospi.
' -WIS. m. j
His wife, Mrs.. Clarice Tc Gib Gibson.
son. Gibson. 20. was chsrged yesterday
afternoon in Balboa Magistrate's
Court with assault with a deadly
weapon and then released oa her
own recognizance pending a pre preliminary,
liminary, preliminary, hetring Friday,
PoUca said that' !Mrs Gibsoa
stabbed hef husband,. Airman l-C
rrankyGibson, 22. ia the ehest
vith a five-inch parini" knife at
about l.:30 p.m. Sunday,-
District Attorney R. X Saiardl
moved that the, defendant be re released
leased released on her own recoemzanee
because she had to look after a
two and a half year-old daughter.
The Gibsons reside at 716-J La-
con a. She was not represented by
counsel. Sgt. Adolph Kupinos sign
ed the complaint. -J
Airman Gibson is a sheet metal
wurker assigned to Ihe 570OQ1 Ma Materiel
teriel Materiel Squadron at AJ brook, .
Husband Fed Up, ;
Decides To Shoot
VAN NUYS.' Calif. (UP) Joha
Gordon Fawcett, 42, held for
asau.lt today explained to police
that It waa Just too 'much when
found bis wife and another
man, both nude, in the bedroom,
"I shot hiss because well,
Fve been married three "times
before, and this always happens,"
ha said. "I just got tired of it
His wife, Jaaet. 28, thourt
Fawcett, a technical writer, was
off bae -4 ..
"Oh, .why did you shoot him?"
she demanded after Louis C.
Spicbtig, 25. was wounded in' C
shoulder Sunday, "It, was all j ;
Spichtig, a construction wort.
also had something to say a r
the .3 s. m. episode at t
Fawcetta KorU Hollywood a?". a?".-asent.
asent. a?".-asent. 1 didnt know, she Wl
married.' he said,
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ALL-ST All FOOTBALL GAME
'Boy, am I mad. After efx straight years of broadcasting the
game between the College Football AU Stars and the roptball
World -Champions, the higher ups" on CFN decide the listen listener
er listener aren't Interested. Seventy-five thousand fans sat almost
three-hours in the rain tc see that game, isn't it possible that
some football.fansn the Isthmus might have been vaguely In Interested?
terested? Interested? I know this order came from one of the "higher ups
SeSVh-oOled the station to find out what time the,
o-m wniiin Hp broadcast (there was no question in my naive.
mind that CFN would breadcast the classic) I was told "They
weren't broadcasting the game, and the order comes from above
, nr.li cnm. nf the hlirh
It o nappens that some cf us "peons" do. Since you didn't give
us th&game on the radio, tne least you could do would be to get
the movies for us so we could see the game on TV even If we
do already know the outcome.
- Or is the schedule for the TV already filled up for the next
three vears with programs aesignea expressly 10 sun me iaai
ot'the "higher ups"?
:' Tt. mv hpltpf that someone
muncJi or gato solo, from the
hi Ancon. Tnis anunai was; piayiui ana iiccuuubi uiu mu
considered herself a house-pet. Since she had not been caged,
tethered or confined in any other way. someone may have
ttiought her homeless. Such ts not the case, and her return or in
formation' concerning her whereabouts would be very much ap
pieciaved. Please telephone Balboa 2974.
. Euth C. Stuhl
t : OLD IRON LEGS REPORTS
'."At final last, I am getting around to writing and bringing
' yduTup-to-date on the news as it has to do with me and my ac activities
tivities activities since I departed Panama last Match.
; 3t Is true that I haven't anything particularly exciting to
relate, j think the doctor would say I nave been leading a nor nor-mafrhfe.
mafrhfe. nor-mafrhfe. First of all, a nice voyage was enjoyed on the M.S. Sa Sa-ganjl
ganjl Sa-ganjl Maru from Cristobal to San Francisco. It was a 12-dartnp
' Including a stop at Wilmington, Calif., unloading cargo and
taking on some. i ,
' "I wad fortunate for was If in.havinit the shin to myself un-
til we docked at Wilmington, it
- of the ship by their first names although I admit that they
wert of the unpronounceable type owing to the fact that all the
crew was Japanese. Anyway, the service was good and for cour courteous
teous courteous treatment, the Nipponese rate high.
"Alter a month of relaxation in California adjusting myself
tA tha nan aitrrnnnmnir T ripMriorf tn strilfA nut. affairi nn A iour-
ney.by rail that covered twice the distance of the ocean voyage
front the Canal. I headed for the east coast, Maine to be exact,
v where-1 iemained two months.
in the Oolden state where 1 am
., The overland trio afforded
tance with several friends who
and also Archbishop Beckmar.
! meeting at Brooklyn.
Goma- east the trlr was broken at Lincoln, Neb. There
;' stopped over to see Fr. Hamilton,
JUbrook Field. He cave me ouite
to a pre -Mothers Day Communion Breakfast at the Cornhusker
j t When I learned of what he had In store for me, my knees
buckled But then, nt the time I was to talk, Father Hamilton
Was In my corner. Consequently, I did well, so the report goes,
and the 220 people went away pleased. Of course, this does not
mean that I have always done so
i wh.it in Nebraska I soent a
ha. It is a marvel of the age
must say that words lau me in
' sTAat Institution.
i In traveling from coast to coast, across the United States,
' one comes to learn something of the vastness of our wonderful
4 Tha nsilrian flat trt IVio VTInrtv r.itv 1 MUnnM with th fer-
too fields of many states, rivers,
contribute to a scene comoarabie
the world- Then from Cilcago,
f arma and industrial ol suits take
moth, massive, monumental city
city in tne wona.
It was a long Journey west from Chicago to Seattle, Port Portland
land Portland and San Francisco.
Passina- throueh the northern tier of states from Lake Mich-
' Igan, veritable dalryland is seen and then the waters of the
mlghtv Missouri River. To Seattle, this was a 2000 mile train
ride, still. It was far less than the 3500 miles I did afoot Pana Panama'
ma' Panama' to Austin. (I have to plug for myself somewhere along the
Washington is the howe of
cows and Mt. Rainier. Oregon, not to be outdone, can boast of
Mt. Hood, the Columbia River and berry farms. Yes sir, we live
in a treat country, let s keep it that way.
You do not suppose I am going to leave out California, do
you? frhe fastest growing state in the union, the second in size
and the climate most diversified of any in the nation. Agricul Agriculturally
turally Agriculturally and industrially scarcely exceeded by any other com commonwealth.
monwealth. commonwealth. (Oosh, how I like to brag. Do you reckon every one
will smllP when they read this?)
During the past months a new Panama Canal Society of
Northern California has teen formed. It nas a membership of
aore than a 100. Recently, a picnic was held, the first one, I
tellere, at which 370 attended including members from a wide
t Among those who toon part In the arrangements, I recognis recognised
ed recognised the name of Arthur C. Beard whom I knew in the Construc Construction
tion Construction Days. That's going back a few years.
' It may be Interesting to know that In a few days, I will be
16. Also, that I can stul touch my feet without bending my
knees, of course, I could say more here but I do not -wish to of of-fjpnd
fjpnd of-fjpnd the bay -windows t
My dear friends. I anpreciate the many eouMexJea cxtendad
mo during my sojourn there and
Panama and the Canal Zone the
art handled Is wholly confidential
bo Impatient If R doesn't appeal th
brB.!S don't like fOOtball I'm SOOT,
A Tted-Off Football Fan
has carried off a young coatl
grounds of St. Luke's Cathedral
seemed that I knew the officers
Just the other Gay, I arrived Dack
glad to he once more.
me a chance to renew acquain
were stationed In the Canal Zone
Whom I had the pleasure of
chaplain, who was formerly at
an assignment In that I spoke
dav at Boys Town, near Oma
Boys Town and, humbly, I
expressing my tnougnu oi ma
mountains, aeserts, iorestav. au
to any iouna in otner pans oi
the metropolis of the Midwest,
over to New York, the mam
by the Hudson, and the largest
the Cascades and contented
I wish you and All friends In
best of everything.' Until we
' Jsha F. SUM
7 Northuuiw-rMiuu Ave
Redwood City, calif.
By CLARE BOOTH E LUCE
Former. U.S., Ambassdor to Italy
Will democracy, as a political
form of government,- survive in I-
.The answer is yes, providing
three things? first, that a third
world war or world depression
does not overtake us all in this
century; second, that during the!
next decade tne Italian people
themselves will use the vote to e e-volve
volve e-volve an economic, as well as a
political form of democracy; and
third, that free trade unionism in
Italy will, while there is time,
dedicate itseit towards sucn an e
The essence of 1 true political
democracy is the diffusion of poll'
tical power among tha people, in
the form of universal suurage.
j i ... ... .
The essence of true economic
democracy it the diffusion of
conomic power among the peo people,
ple, people, in the form of private capi capital
tal capital and private property, not for
the few, but for the many, ...
Italy, today, is a political, but
not yet an economic, democracy,
This most significant tact aDout
oost-war Italy is cften missed or
ignored: Although the political
structure has been changed, the
economic structure is very much
as Mussolini left it.
The Monarchy was exiled, Mus Mussolini
solini Mussolini destroyed, and Fascism as
an Ideology all but extirpated at
the end of World War 11.
But one thing still remains large largely
ly largely intact: the corporate state
structure which Mussolini offered
the people as an alternative to
both capitalism and communism:
and which, under his Fascist dic
tatorship, soon proved to oe wnat
we now recognize as oiaie capi capitalism.
talism. capitalism. Today the largely unreconstruct
ed Italian economy presents the
Government controlled compa companies
nies companies produce 85 per cent of the
anthricite coal, 80 per cent of the
lignite. 65 per cent of the mercu
ry, 30 per cent of the zinc, 15 per
cent of the lead, 80 per cent of
the pig iron, 65 per cent of the
steel, 80 per cent of the shipbuild
ing,' 24 per cent of the electric
power, 80 per cent of the tele'
phone service, 40 per cent of the
water transportation, and 73 per
cent of the railroad transportation,
The State owns 70 per cent of
all natural gas, 40 per cent of
crude and refined oil, 15 per cent
of foreign refined oil, 57 per cent
of an telephone-apparatus, and a-
bout 100 per cent of antimony.
It has monopolies in matches,
salt, tobacco, bananas; it controls
the six largest medicinal baths
and has large interests In a doz dozen
en dozen or more of Italy's great banks.
The remaining percentages are
mainly controlled by a small
group of private capitalists, and
The overwhelming majority of
Italy's 49 million people own
neither property ; nor capital.
They Jive on wages, provided
they can And obs. And about
two million of thorn cant. Those,
if they survive at all. live
largely on government pensions
and benefits, which ((.another
word for Stat charity.
The problem in Italy is not to
liquidate the few private capital capitalists,
ists, capitalists, big or small, who remain
the problem is to diffuse wealth j
How this mighty task can be
accompusnea in uaiy cannot
ven be suggested in a few hun
Butvin the strucile to nrevent
the complete absorption of the
Italian economy into the hands of
monolithic state which must
then inescapably become a dicta
torship among the best fight fighters
ers fighters on the Italian scene todav are
the free trade unionists.
Insofar aa tha Italian lahnr n.
nions and here I include all
labor unions, Fascist, Free, So Socialist
cialist Socialist and Communist use their
bargaining power solely to secure
higher wages, shorter hours, and
a greater voice in plant manage
ment ior itauan laoor, tney are
"holding the fort" against dicta
torship of Right or Left, and are
keeping open the people's politi political
cal political option on a true economic
Given time, men with ateadv
jobs and free voter mav bo count
ed on to use their political free
dom to increase their economic
But insofar as the labor unions
use their, power to pressure poli
tically i or runner socialist doao-
mie measures, they are brineing
about the very thing they were
created to do away with: The one
Big tioss who cannot be ban am-:
ed with: the all-powerful State. I
In every country in the world
today, under State Capitalism of
Might or Left, trade unionism be-1
a sham and a mockery. People in
the end lose their political and e e-conomic
conomic e-conomic freedoms.
Free trade unionism is not a so-!
lutioa of Italy's political or econo-:
mte problems. But is is one of the
major forces keeping the door o-
pea to solutions with which free
mea caa nv. -. .-..
It Is for this reason that all I-
tallatts of good will, ia or out of
politics, are striving to help the
tree trade onions of Italy to keep
afloat the life raft oT rising wages
until the political storms that tear
the whole world begin to subside.
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
NOT QUIET ON THE SOUTH-
ekn front: isexi tAtin Amen
can revolution is scheduled for
Peru id 90 days with Reds at
tempting to take over: When the
exiled Lommie leader of the coun.
try returned to Lima last week.
he was greeted by 100,000 frantic
followers singing "The lnternation
ale" and shouting "Restore the
Panama Canal." (Such signs are
seen all over South America.)
During American New Deal and
Fair Deal Days, Washington rec
ognized the Apnsta or Agrarian Agrarian-Commuuist
Commuuist Agrarian-Commuuist government oi Peru
which was finally booted out some
six or seven years ago.-
Mom of the Same: Peru is the
chiei, practically the sole, pro
ducer of cocaine on earth. Wnen
the Keds had the country, they
operated 17 cocaine factories, ele
ven licensed oy tne local tied
government and all built with A A-merican
merican A-merican give-away funds. The en.
tire produce was routed to the U.
S.. but when Narcotics Commis
sioner Harry' Anslinger called up
on ine state Dept. to intervene, be
was fold that we could not inter
fere in South American affairs,
Good Neighbor policy and all that.
(Cocaine is the most deadly of all
-NO NOTHINGS FROM NO
WHERE: Ann jBlyth wishes Paul
Newman wouldn't take acting so
seriously, in The Helen Morgan
Story'.' he played his role with
such enthusiasm that in the scene
where he belts Ann, he did- it so
realistically her jaw was black
and blue tor a week.. .Phil Green
wald, the production promotion
genius of the fabulous concord Ho-
tel in Jbe Catskills. is working on
a little production of his own
She's lovely Dale Harrison (not
to be confused with the newsman
of the .same name) and he's
promised to make her a singer.
(I'll hire het without hearing her
sing a note.).' .Lawrence Tier Tier-ney,
ney, Tier-ney, who is still playing ""Dilling-
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CRISTOBAL 2121 o PANAMA 2-2904
Maybe They'll Co
smashed his face in a fall
from fa motorcycle, was ; barred
from plush Armando's and got
the stand-up from Georgette Mc
Donald, and all this in one dayi
NO HANDS ACROSS THE
DRINK: Joe McCarthy 'is dead.
burigd and forgotten here by the
leu-wing "id Derai egtaDusnmei
which has moved on to destroy
other zood Americans. But not so
in England where Joe McCarthy
is still a bogeyman. For instance,
the highbrow conservative Lon London
don London Daily Telegraph : published a
16-page "United State! supplement
headed "Know Your Friends,"
which condescendingly explains us
barbarians to Britian's civilized
welfare staters, But it contains
such rs this: "Most English
schoolboys would be hard put to
name an American villain De De-fore
fore De-fore Senator McCarthy!" Along
side this appears a puff from A-
merican Ambassador Jonn nay
Whitney," plugging the Telegraph's
"rounded presentation of America
as it is today." Another learned
Telegraph pundit notes, "McCar-
inyism ana marxism. .umiui
images of one another."
I'VE GOT TO WRITE IT BUT
YOU DON'T HAVE TO READ
IT: Jack Dempsey. contemplating
a trin to Denmark this year, is
learning the lingo from Danish ac
tress Greta Bay (and is that 1
name or a place )...Fran. War-
ren a smasp .in "faiama uame
national comnanv. .Observation:
Nothing is ever lost by politeness
except a seat on tne ous.
LIFE OF A LATIN QUARTER
LOVELY: Mary Bokino, the show
gal, ukes Chip nerner, tne corru
Bated box-- kihg.' and what is a
corrugated box Kins. Miss boki
no?. .Lome Shea .. is Harold
Cheskin's queen of hearts. He s a
Miami tue King. ao wnat s a uie uie-shna
shna uie-shna when a star eot sick is
cettinfc a play from (Bob Kitcnie,
Wnitening King oi me wiuicuuig
. ,, w.-;. Arrivoa Arrivoa-'"L.".
'"L.". Arrivoa-'"L.". ; : Cristobal
wolves of El Morocco's whitening
Wolves Table Round. ('Older men
are so much nicer." she says
. .I'd like to be king for Chick
James and Simon Mcyueen,
REMEMBER ME TO SEV
ENTH AVENUE: Malo starlet Bob
Evans who was a New York dross
manufacturer wntM the day before
yesterday, says ifs more fun
making fun with real life gals
fhn the celluloid ones. Suffered
no marks when ho escorted Lana
Turner, Rita Hayworth, etc., not
It the lino of duty, but already
nis ereen wooing in zanuck'a
"The Sun Also Rises," cost him
a black eye, a spilt .lip, a swollen
face, and bruised chin. Is that
tlu way for ;.a.' starlet, oven malo,
to fook? (Starlet: Hollywood for
youny contract player.) ,
I Could Go On and On: Didja
notice the new WOW who gives
the weather every night on nbc?
Looks like Dorothy Malone and
her name is Tedi Thurman. (Scott
Brady noticed. Now he calls Tedi
instead of Dotty.). .Who gets
custody of blonde Kitty Kirsien,
the former Miss Denmark, when
Teddy Howard, the publicist,
leaves for Denmark this week?
Line forms here.
MAYBE ITS TWO OTHER
GUYS I wrote here that King Le-
vinsky, the ex-fighter, now sells
ties in Las Vegas, so a reader
writes: "He must wish he was
back in the ring, for who wears
ties in Las Vegas?. Are you sure
you don't mean G-strings?" As
for for another, champ named Le Le-vinsky,
vinsky, Le-vinsky, I mean Duke, the heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight wrestler, he's suffering
from crippling arthritis, but sells
roofing very successfully in Rial Rial-to,
to, Rial-to, Calif. Duke's name is Melvin
"Bud" Levin and his brother is
the U.S. Army attorney defending
WHILE WW'S AWAY LM
PLAYS: I'm a sucker for him
(which is what he wants) when
I do this, but when' T.M. decided
to give it another whirl' with Pat
Gaston to get a second ride on
the publicity at the same cost he
took her. to every place in .town
looking for a columnist to report
it, (Did ya ever stop to figure out
nunc a joi'i return c oo mis ou
1 : 1 ; . . t. .v:.
is sure to lst until Dec. 31.). .
Big things' in the works for the
four warblers at Ches Vito when
Hollywood scout wrote home
that Leyna Gabriele. Rose Mar-
rone, John (Fordham). Stamford
and anos Medenos are the "best
looking and best balanced quartet"
in- show bit history. I agree. .
Calling All Americans: You must
read Euene castle s "The Great
Giveaway." Tells about what hap
pens to your tax dollar. Tiled
baths for sheiks' harems, etc.
(How about harems for deserving
HOLLYWOOD BUT I WONT:
Wish they'd make up their minds
about actor Bob Wagner. Yester-i
day it was Natalie Wood. Today
it's Greta Thyssen. But tomorrow
it's come to be Gail Beam, a ban
Francisco socialiteManny Frank
still introduces himself as "Vivian
Blaine's huiband." And here I
thought It was 'ex". Jim Hill
favors Hollywood's Oyster House.
The pearl is Rita Hayworth. .
Montgomery Clift's sweetheart,
Naomi Kramer, the painter, just
got a juicy eommissn: t pr pr-tray
tray pr-tray Mntgmery Clft. (Frm ife,
QUERY OF A CANDID CUTIS
it takes a girl fovr yers to ge
a heepsliin ut what about a
WASHINGTON Votes Inside the
House Rules Committee are super-
super secret. Folks back home are
not supposed to know how the mem
bers of this .key committee vote,
even though this committee can
kill a bill or expedite a bill. For,
without a "rule" from the rules
committee, no legislation can pass
A very important but secret vote
took place inside the rules commit
tee the other day on whether to give
a "rule" to the natural gas bill
which will increase the cost of gas
about $300,000,000 a. year to the
Almost every member of the com
mittee elected from gas-consuming
areas voted asainst the bill except
ior one man.
He was Congressman H u a. h
bcott, Kepubncan of Fniiaaelpnia
Philadelphia Is tremendous con
sumer of gas, one of tha foremost
in the nation. Its representatives
have fought bitterly aginst the
gas bill. Despite this,, Scott se
cretly voted against his own city.
Futhermore. he cast a key vote,
The vote inside the rules commit
tee was five to five when it came
to him. ...
Members of the committee ex
pected Scott to vote against v the
gas bill. He was once Republican
National chairman, once managed
Tom Dewey's campaign for Pre-
siuent, naa a tpugn re-eiection race
nimseif. : it seemed, inconceivable
that: he would vote against the in
terests of his own city. But he did,
Had Seott voted the other -wa v.
against the gas bill, chairman Ho Howard
ward Howard Smith of Virginia could only
nave uea tne vote. This would have
resulted in a defeat for the gas
lobby, The gas bill would not have
been voted out to the floor of Con
gress.' t ,t
No one knows exactly why Scott
voted against his own constituents.
Perhaps it was because he figured
it would remain- secret.
However, the biggest contribu contributor
tor contributor to the Republican party in
the o-ntiro nation was the pew fa family
mily family of Sun Oil Company. Tho
Pew family contributed $2H,00
Two Fishing Boats
Sunk By British
! GRF-AT YARMOUTH, England
Autf. 13 n'PA Briti.h ...kn,.:
rine sank, two fishing boats today
w a collision in xarmoutn harbor,
. A (widen, talva raiiBht fha an.
ton Submarine Selene and, sent it
crashing into four moored fishing
.. T m.. 1. 1 .
There were no casualties. v
xno submarine was damaged
, PONTOISEi' France Aug. 13 13-(UP)
(UP) 13-(UP) George Peltier. 49. stabbed
a 50-yearold woman in a lovers'
quarrel here today a, 1 then set
fire to his oneroom home, burn-
uig, nimseu. auve. .-
The woman, identified only as
Mme. Mallet, was in a hospital in
serious conniuon. r
Gases in the Stomach
S And "The Bowels i
If tha thouundi of nermna tolui haa
tha misfortune of luf farina tram tha
o-cauea cyjpapiie cjrparacldity. acid
lndiceitloii, ou stomach or othrr tta-mach-
diaordert producad by ever aci acidity,
dity, acidity, would take the precaution of
lowly drinking a fflau of warm water
containing one, teaipoonful of Neotradd
aner eacn meal, within a short ,whllr
they would be able, to eat nimotuoui
mean wiuiout xear or- aeia. eugesuon
aymptona. .. ,.
Naatzadd at net a laxaUve. It 1a a
remedy which neutralize! exeat acid acidity
ity acidity and la very agreeable to the taste.
NentncM is a new medical formula
new -eva liable -at any reputable drug drug-atore.
atore. drug-atore. in only 4
Call for a dent on strati on
DOYD CnO'i 'HERS ,UX.
No. 31 Aatomoine Row e TeL I-IOll
ty tlW MARION
to various Republican commit commit-'toes;
'toes; commit-'toes; which In turn wore the bigs
gost contributors to Seott. ; ; ,',
Note Another interesting con- ;
tributor to Scott's campaign was
Maxwell H. Gluck, new, naive Am
bassador to Ceylon, who admitted ;
he didnt know the name of tho
Ceylonese Prime Minister or even
the Prime Minister of Indian
Neubercers"', are. not. as delect
able as hamburgers, but they pro provide
vide provide food for -thought.' They are
the name glvea to the .wisecrack
of the junior Senator from Oregon,
Dick Neuberger t ,i;
Here are some of the latest "Neu-
bergers" going around the Senate
cloakroom: "Watching Dick Nixon
during the civil rights debate,' yo
had think he was married to Book
er T. Washington's sisters i:."Hav-'
ing Bricker of Ohio and Jenner of'
Indiana come out for civil righ'.s
is like having a Bengal Lger come
out for -vegetarianism.'" ..."If tlie
Mccieilan committee tried naro
enougt. they could even get some something
thing something on Florence Nightingale."...
"As a result of the civil rights de
bate, Democratic candidated from
the border states "will run in the v
next election carrying two anvils
under each arm."..."The South won 1
the Civil rights' battle all right, ;
but it was like the Roman general
Pyrrbus who was told. 'General.
we have won a great victory J ?Yes
replied Pyrrhus. looking over tha
wounded and the dying, 'Another
such victory and we are tmdone.'
A few more such victories," says
Neuberger "and the Democratic
party is undone."
PE RON ISM SPREADS -
The American Embassy in Bue
nos Aires has reported with alarm
on the huge vote piled up by ex ex-Dictator
Dictator ex-Dictator Peron in the recent Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine election. It shocked Ame American
rican American diplomats. .
Twenty-five per cent of the vot-
ers followed Peron's long distance
advice and cast blank ballots. This -is
a tremendous testimonial to a
man 3,000 miles away in Venezuela.
u, b. diplomats fear this means
either Peron will stage a comeback-
or that a new dictador will
emerge in Argentina .patterned af after
ter after Peron, Chances are the, USA
will pressure Venezuela to get Pe- 1
ron out of the Western Hemisphere -before
MERRY GO ROUND
The party thrown bV Tammany
boss Carmine DeSapio for '5 t-u'
Democrats after the Patterson-
Jackson fight -was supposed to bo,
strictly social. However, Deaap'n
talked pnvstely with 2 other De
mocratic b'gwigs, Jake Arvey .of
Chicago and Mayor David Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence of Pittsburgh, about support supporting
ing supporting Sen. Jack Kennedy of Mass
achusetts for President in I960....
Senate Internal Security Sub
committee, which is vsrrying- on
McCarthy a old work, will soon
to the west coast, senators
piobe Harry Bridges' Long-
horemen's Union.... The same sub-,
committee is burnt up over the
Headlines cemg given to the se senate
nate senate Rackets Committee... The
same Congressmen who slsshed
the defense budget are not asking
the Defense Department for free
airplane rides to Eurooe.-Dozena of
requests have poured Into the Pen Pen-tagon....Only
tagon....Only Pen-tagon....Only the Joint Atomic E-
nergy Com mitt eo so far has been
okayed for a free trip to Austria.
wives will go along.... senator
Knowland! friends say that ho
has won over all Republican Cali California
fornia California Congressman in his bid for
Governor, except Hubert H. Scud Scud-der
der Scud-der of SebastopoL The same Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen used to profess great ;
friendship for Governor Goodwin
CLEAN and CLEAR
r THE WORLD'
o No Liquids
No Fumes :.
No Neativot u
o No Mastert
No Trsvnaptronciet j
ONE OR TWO SIDES
fat year ffico today I
Tuesday, :august is, WW
' ri I' c' -. ' (NEA Telephoto)
AWARD FOR -RADFORD; Adm. Arthur .Radford,, retiring
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,, receives the Distin Distinguished
guished Distinguished service Medal from President Eisenhower hva White,
House Rose Garden ceremony. Looking on -is Mrs. Radford. v
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HOLLYWOOD -- (NEA) v- Ex.
clusivly Yours: The film version
of "South P acific," starring Mitzi
Gaynor ; as Nurse Nellie '-: Forbush
and Rossano israzzi as jmueae
Becque; will have a song missing
from the stageversion., It's ''My
Girl Back. Ht-me," which was cut
front the nrisinal Broadway show
after its I hiladelnhia tryout. Nel
lie and Lieutenant Cable team up
on the iyrics....Alan Lad.d S warm
ing up the Arkansas accent ne iosi
when he became film actor
1 H'il,iv(i his. dialog V slight
south of the .Mason-Dixon lino
ting lor his role of an ert-Confed-ritt
soldier, in -"The Proud. Rob Robot."
ot." Robot." Ho plays a father dedicated
to restoring th lost speech of hi
on. The son will be played by his
own lad, 10-year-d David. I
I Hollywood's idea of what the
well-dressed irl Iriend of a gangs-
nfer would wear in a beauty con con-l..h'
l..h' con-l..h' A Mark" bathimr suit adorned
"withS diamond Clips'. Well, 'any;
Wavf that'a-Whaf 'aeanfB wiues
wears as the gftl .friend of, "8ang-
, ster WHO enters a Deamy cuuitJi
in Paratriount-s ne'W-H comedy,
"Hear Me Good.".':..Ohe of the
ballet boys in the Las Veeas De Desert
sert Desert tin shew -starriiiB Patrice
Munjal. saw the awesome '. explo
sion of the "A- bomb and the Ma Ma-rine
rine Ma-rine maneuvering into the devasfc
ated area; His comment: k
"The production was simply gor
geous but tne costumes .were ier
Hollywood prefers 'em 4 titles,
too. New film titles include these
three: "The -Blonde," J "Three
Blonde's," and just Blonde.'.;...
Lloyd Nolan formed his own film
making- company. r
RECENT headlines indicate that
more than one self-centered mov movie
ie movie queen make delinquent mamas
and it just shouldn't happen. "It
shouldn't happen,' Marjorie Lord,
mother of two, told mo, "because
actresses should make better
mothers than most' women,"
She. bases her point on her own
offstage role of a mother, and on
Literary World 7
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4 "The Seven,.
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mystery writer 33 Quoted
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it S3 rUywr.fi.t,
her theory that J'actresses can bet better
ter better understand children because
when you act you.; are trained to
understand all emotions and can
4) more analytical." ': ,
Though divorced, Marjorie, who
is Danny Thomas- new TV wife,
has combined motherhood with
acting so well, she says.. that
I'll enter mV children in any well,-adiusted-child
contest." The chil
dren of whom she's so proud are
10-year-old Anne and 12-year-oM
Gregory: :. .:,'.' z:
JAN STOREY, tho Las Vegas
chorus girl who once dated Elvis
Presley, savs it's taking five Troy
friends to conSple her abouVit'all.
As a promotion tunt for "The
Uelicate Deliriquenf7rj Jiifry Xewis
wi suspended on scaffolding
eight Tories above Journal Square
in Jersey City to sign on bill
board the largett autograph ever
given.. For once, he said, ht was
glad J ; didn't have the tempta
tion to step back and admire his
own work. ,..".)
Jose Ferrer just played the lead
and directed "I Accuse,"-MGM's
film story of the famous Captain
Dreyfus who spent five years on
nevus lsianQ wr a crime ne
didn't commit. Viveca Lindfors
plays his Wife and even; Jose is
surprisea at preview reactions.
"IT'S THi story of a' man," he
says, "but it's, also a woman's pic picture.
ture. picture. Mrs, Dreyfus suffers and I
guess that's what gets 'em. Janet
Leigh' saw the fiim;,in London nd
went to pieces," 'V'
Jose has done TV but he has no
nlane. he se vs.. to make it twe TV
regulars in the family -when wife,
Rosemary Clooney,' returns to her
weekly show efter becoming' a man
ma .for tt- third time, in septem
ber. "When you're a failure ei
TV." he says, "no ewe will talk
to vou en-the street. ; "T; ?:"Xt
"And on TV you can fail for no
reason at all except bad time.
If you make a movie and it fails,
you know something, is wrong. I
thinx movie masing anc tne stage
gives you a better shake ,of the
dice." "'' y
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4 :nn Feature Review
4:30What'a Your Favorite (re (re-.
. (re-. quests taken by pnona
tin s:uuj ,
l:35-;what'a Your FToritj
no interlude 1
6 : 16w-BLUE RIBBON 8PORT
- REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30-On sta ee A merlca
7:00 Interlude For Musie
7:15HOW CHRISTIAN 801-
. : ENCE HEALS
7:30 VOA Report From U.S.
1:00 World Of Jazz v .'
S: 30 Life With the Lyon
9:00 You Asked For It 1re
quests taken by phone
10:30 Music From Hotel Sl:Fa-
10:45 Tempi' Of Dreams
11 : 00 Concert Under The Stars
Tomorrow, Wednesday,, Aug. 14,
A.M. t ;
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken by
,phone UU 7:00)
7:30 Mornine Salon Concert
6:15 Church In The Wildwood
1 : 30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As I See It
10:00 News 4
10 : 15-HSpirig and Needle (re-
quests taken by pnon
- tUl 8:30)
11:05 Spins and Needles
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:05 Lunch time Melodies
12 : 15 M E L A C H RINO MUSI-
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12:30 Musical Travelogue
' 1:00 News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 French In' The Air
2 : 00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
1 2:30 Music For You
.3:00 Hank Snow And his
Rainbow Ranch Boys
, 3 : 15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Wednesday
4: 0ft Feature. Review
: 4:30 What's s Your Favorite
(requests t a k e n' by
' pnone tm s:oo)
5:35 What's Your Favorite
6:00 Allen Jackson (News)
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Hawaii Calls (WRUL).
7:00 Halls Of Ivy
7:30 VOA Report From UJS.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Musical Theater
9:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
IBS Council ;
At a meeting of the executive
board of the International Boy
bcouts of the Canal Zone, held at
the Paraiso High School Sunday,
considerable business was discuss discussed
ed discussed and dealt with.
A retrospective view .was taken
or the present working situation
of the organization's program; the
outcome of which was a blanket
directive, from the council's presi
dent for. tne intensification of the
overall program of the movement
in totn the Atlantic and Pacific I
districts of the local council.
All responsible officers were a-
lerted in regards to their indivi
dual responsibilities of their res respective
pective respective offices. The president gave
a brief outline of the new proce
dure mapped out to revamp the
present working conditions of the
various units of the organization
and proposed a mid September
camporee to be held on the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side, for which details are now
being worked out.' ,r
It was also suggested that the
t officers plap and execute inter-
district visit to develop a better
spirit of comradship among the
rank ana file membership of the
The meetmg, presided ever by
Ellis L. Fawcett, was interesting
and fruitful in accelerating the ad
vancement of the council's pro
gram for 1951.
. A special meeting of the exeea
tive bovd. will be held at the Rain
bow City scout shack Building 60-
71, on Friday evening at 7:30 p.m.
for the purpose of dealing' with
the auditor's report. All members
of the board are arged te be pre
sent. 7 "'-.-'
Syria President ;
To Visit Czechs
"DAMASCUS, Syria, Aug. IS (UP)
Syrian president Shukri el Ku Ku-watly
watly Ku-watly will visit Communist Czech Czechoslovakia
oslovakia Czechoslovakia next month, eificiali
sources said today.
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AFTER SHOOTING 'Francis Gatewood of "Norfolk, Vavslts
in a police car in Indianapolis; Ind., after 'his roommate, roommate,-Identified
Identified roommate,-Identified as; Everett ; Sparks .of 'Forrest .Grove, Ore., yea
berserk and shoot two policemen and a 'young girl In the
Sheraton-Lincoln Hotel before being killed 'himself.- Sparks,,
an ex-con vlct, apparently trying to pay his "hotel bill 'with a
forged check, pulled out a gun when his check was challenged.
Kim Novak Gets Along With Italians
-Says She s In No Hurry To! Marry
By GAY, PAULEY .
NEW YORK UP)-Kim Novak,
young girl m a hurry, in ner .ca
reer, says she is in no rush t(
'My heart hasn't settled down
to one interest. said the 24-year
old movie actress, r-who currently
is dangling two well-to-do males
on a string. one is Mac ivrim, 37,
west coast builder and theater
owner and her long-time escort.
The other is Mario ?andini,33, a
tomato canner in Italy.
Mist Novak said there 'were ro
Jihct- men in her life althoueh her
name ha3 been linked with sever
al including Frank Sinatra "Two
are all a girl can handle v at
time," id she. r ; '
Bandini, who reportedly -'ill vis
it Miss Novak in Holly Aood next
Billy Says Sinr llol
NEW YORK TUPV-Evangellst
amy Graham -said last nisrht
mat tne greatest cause of 'Juvenile
delinquency Js- sin, which slowly
paralyzes the will and 1 the mind
Graham told some 18,500 per
sons at Madison Square Garden,
"We'Ve taught youngsters that
morals are not absolute," but are
relative. .They, can do as they
piease. ',- r :
He said that as1 a result of this
attitude youngsters' become bored,
and aTe tempted toward violence.
ine evangelist also said that
most efforts dealing with luvenile
delinquency try to treat the symp-
um msieaa ot tne cause. Graham
said many factors hav befin
oiamed for Juvenile delinauencv.
among them poof' housing, 5 too
much leisure, poor, parental ctiid-
ance, movies.tand bad literature
Dut that while these may -contribute
vc, to delinquency, 1 the-', real
cause is 11V i s
Graham- has 'devoted' much- at
tention to juvenile delinauencv
!ins mis cy was swept .. oy a
The evangelist was nriiml hv
Texas Gov. Price Daniel, who at-
tenaea tne service.
"We read daily In our Texas
papers about the great things hap happening
pening happening here in the New York -crusade,"
Daniel said. "BillyiGra "BillyiGra-ham
ham "BillyiGra-ham and .what, he stands for 'and
preaches, mean much to- our
state." . 7..:.'.'. ,.',-;
Last" niehPs sermon: t hroucht
621 persons forward to respond to
Graham's plea to make "decisions
for Christ.", The number brought
10 43,144 the .1 number of "deci
sions" so far during tho crusade.
A total of some 1,494,300 have
heard, his New York sermons.-.
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TAkK FHD.TER Mrs. Duphv Saale feeds her la-months-old
son, Lulire Joseph, at a Ltke Charles; La., refugee center after
having been evacuated from her Grand Chenier home la the
face of Hurricane Bertha. Mrs. Saale. her husband, and two
children rode out Hurricane Audrey In their home, ending up
- - in a maish a mile away. ,-
IXDEPENDEXT DAILY NCW8PAPEB
December, had been call ;1 a count
until the actress returne i from a
vacalion in; Italy ? to announce he
"It enitaiasscs- him,. said; she,
in an 'interview at her hotel suite.
"I think that count business start
ed. because I met hinu soon after
Grace Kelly married Rainier. Ev
erybedy apparently wanted, anoth
ef royal romance." v : v
, "I get along great with the Ital
tress,: ''But I'm not engaged.
"I have thought a lot about
marriage...I'm : at the age : when a
girl wants a home and family. But
I want to wait until, ;I can give
marriage some time. 'Right j now,
I'm too busy for much personal
life." '.:. ,
The rise of the lavender blonde
has been a rapid one from mod
ellidg in Chicago, where she once
was "Miss Deenfreeze" tor an an.
pliahce manufacturer's promotion.
i uki. nrs6 speaKing roie in pic pictures
tures pictures three and one-half years ago.
: Now she has rtached stardom in
her seven t h film. Columbia's
Jeanne Eagels", just released,
and "Pal Joey", completed but not
yet on view. When she retumg to
the West Coast, 4t jwill be to co-
star with Jimmy Stewart in twoJ
pictures, one duKcted by Alfred
rmcncocK. ; 0 ; ;. ; 1 7,
"The more l work, the more I
an take,"' she said. "But I gues
1 couldn't keep tills pace the rest
of my life, ; :
And I pull mr-own strines. no
matter what you read about : the
studio setting out, deliberately to
mold a new star to replace Rita
Hay worth. If thesr were eoinff to
do that, they'd have dyed my hair
rea. --j .. -,
The' Novak determination to
succeedk shows throughout her
conversation. ..and she's rarely at
a loss for' words. She' conceded
that some of her co workers
charge her with displays of tem
perament tnese, days..
"But look un the 'word." said
she! "It means teing sensitive...!
hope to goodnes l am. You, have
to be, if you are4o,succeed as an
actress."'-: ...1 ...... .. ,.
She said she isn't out to succeed
either Rita, r Marilyn r ; Jayne.
"I'm not trying to be the epitome
of sex," said the setress. "I don't
work at it, that s what I mean.- If
people see me that way. well... but
1 m trying. to tbe. me.". ,i ; ;
A requiem mass; will be held
for, the repose of the soul ot Mrs.
Beatrice Belgrave J Sealey, who
died. iast. Wednesday Saturday
mornine at 6 o'clock In St. -Paul's
ChurCh.- -..'' .! N -"
Mrs. Sealey, Is survived by her
husband, John,' and her children
Mrs. Leonora Pnnce and Elbert
felgrave, in addition. to several
By OSWALD JACOBY j.
Written for NEA Service
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VTsat ; NeHk
How would you Play today's
hand at four spades? Bill Root
of Miami handled It well enough
to make live odd.
He only wanted four and de
elded the way to get that many
tricks was to make five trumps
in addition to his top cards in
the side suits. He won the open open-lng
lng open-lng club lead sind promptly
played ace and another heart to
get in one of1 his own little
The ace, king and queen of
diamonds were played next and
he was delighted to see the jack
fan, This made the ten or cua
monds high and he led it. West
trumped with the ten spot.
Bill had discarded dummy's
five of clubs on the third dia diamond.
mond. diamond. He discarded the ten of
clubs on this lead.
West led the queen of clubs
and Bill was able to get a trick
with one of dummy's .little
trumps. A third heart was led
from dummy and ruffed with
the eight spot and a third club
Jed. West 'trumped this with the
nine but Bill over-ruf fed witn
dummy's king. That made his
A fourth heart was played
from dummy and Bill was able
to get in his jack of trumps
since West still had a heart left.
The ftcr of trumps made trick
While the play of the hand
had been brilliant a little credit
should go to North for his bid
ding. Most piayers wouia nave
tried no-trumn instead of rais
ing a four-card suit with only
three trumps. '.-',--'
By Grace, Beauly
MYRTLE BEACH, is.C, (UP)
Winsome Dorothy Brown is getting
her first look, at the ocean and
the world is getting its first look
Each has left the other breath
Sixteen-year-old Dorothy fs the
dark -tressed beauty discovered in
a remote two room cabin near
5 A weekly publisher and uhoto-
graoher happened on the cabin in
a bottomland forest and were
enchanted by the sight of the
graceful girl drawing water from
The photographer's striking
photographs and the publishers
description of the woodland girl
who "moved with the trace of a
flowing river" were published nat
The publisher's story told of a
barefoot Diana, a girl with grace,
poise and common sense but a
girl without a chance because she
had little education, no money and
n contact with the world.
; The Photographer's pictures
showed a tall dark-haired beauty
with dreamy eyes and a face that
hardly needs make-up. 1
Now aa unnamed sponsor has
promised to underwrite the high
school education Dorothy, wants
but has been unable to get. She
dropped out of school in the
eighth grade after making straight
The same benefactor has also
promised to provide her with a
'Meanwhile her discoverer, pub publisher
lisher publisher Tom McKnight of Moores Moores-ville,
ville, Moores-ville, is giving Dorothy her first
wok at the eceaa here. I
He reports her first words as
she stepped Into the surf ia a
stunning black lace swim suit
were The roar! It's se loud.
Does it ever stop?"
And VcKiignt reports the beach
hasnt seea anything like Dorothy
ia a long time,. either. .
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Korean Bus Crash
Death Toll Hiked
SEOUL, eg. 13 (UP) Three
more persons died ia a hospital
today, rainag to 11 the death toll
ia the flaming crash ef a Koreas
bus near Suwoa yesterday.
The bus. vita IS per sobs aboard.
failed te make a curve, crashed
off a highway into a tree end over
turned in a rice paddy. The gaso
line tans, exploded, trapping the
passengers inside the bus.
Authorities said e Aaerkaas
were 1 board tlus, :
AFL-CIO Refuses To Rccognizc
Union Of Its Own Organizers
CHICAGO, Aug. 13 (UP) -The
AFL-CIO today refused to recog recognize
nize recognize a union of its own union
organizers on grounds that they
are "part .of managemet in a
sense. v-'S- 4
George Meany, president of the
AFL-CIO, said the AFL-CIO Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Council' had decided to
fight attempts by the Organizers'
union to get a collective bargain
ing contract. ''' :,.- '. :"-,-:.' -.vy.;.;
He called the union a r mysteri
ous organization' and said "f. these
people are agents, representatives,
part of management in a sense."
Meany held a news conferece
after a closed-door, meeting of the
council at the start of a four-day
meeting.- :. .- '7, v
Passes Cleanup Issue
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The AFL-CIO chief avoided anv
mention of the issue believed to
dominate the Executive Council
meetmg -- Charges ot rnn-iintinn
and demands for a cleannn in
I wo members of tho Trvoiiti'ir.
Council were believed to be in
danger of snm ht nnetinnin
by the group before the meeting
They are Maurice A. Hutcheson,
president of the Carpenters' Un Un-ion,
ion, Un-ion, and John F. English, secretary-treasurer,
of the embattled
Teamsters' Union. 1
Hutcheson invoked the Fifth
Amendment 3 ..7 times when a
Senate subcommittee questioned
him about quick profits in an
Indiana highway project. English
has promised a cleanup of the
To Keep Segregation
On Cilyrs Bus Lines
MIAMI: Au. 13 CTrpiTi,. u
of Miami plans to has it.
of a federal judge's ruling out
lawing sew-egaied seating on buses
here on "technical points."
City Attv. RpnrpA nir.il .m
Sunday he will en hofnr ferfor.i
juage Emett Choate next week
and ask that the effect of the
ruling be stayed pending outcome
Of the appeal before the IT S' fifth
Circuit Court of Appeals in New
Judge Choate ruled la at wmV
that both city and state laws
"which require segregation of the
white and colored races" on buses
are unconstitutional. He ordered
ah end to their enforcement Sept.
, vb soiu ne woun contend In
his appeal of, the- ruling that the
segregation lawg wer never
issue in race disputes here and
that the ordinances hv n.v
Negroes arrested in bus seating
incidents were charged with dis disorderly
orderly disorderly conduct or other violations
rather than violation of segregat segregation
ion segregation laws, Okell said, i1
But G.K Crtmi iim'..(
the Miami chapter of the NAACP,
said Okell's anneal "i. ..
as in the graveyard now,"
; He said the .appeal "aoesn't
stand a chance"; in the court of
Police reported there havtig
been no incidents on buses since
Choate handed down his ruling
and no significant
Negroes to move to the front of
Mrs. C. Mayers
Funeral services will he hirf
tomorrow afternoon In the Cho Cho-rrillO
rrillO Cho-rrillO Christian 'Mission r.hnrch
xor ine late Mrs. Georgian Lin Linton
ton Linton Mayers, who died Sunday.
Mrs. Mayers, a Barbadian, was
v years 01a.
he service will beeln at 1 n m
followed by burial in Herrera
, Mrs. Mayers Is survived by her
husband. Chesterfield, and her
children, Lillian. ChrlstODher.
Muriel Walcott and Ruth Lar Lar-rler.
rler. Lar-rler. Juste Arosemena Ave.
EH OB A
We are proud to announce the arrival of a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful collection of dresses, sweaters and coats In
wool and in linen of the famous Italian house of
This collection features both classic and novelty
styles, and has been prepared for the Boutique,
, It la the latest feature of Lulsa BpanogU
is ..' productions.
LUISA EPAGKOU garmenU are renowned for
their smartness tn style, their accurate fitting and
for their variety and beauty of colore.
Teamsters in the wake of charggf?
about union President Dave Becklt
Meany denied that he is under-
pressure from council members t; -,
fight Senate investigations of at-:.L
leged labor racketeers. ;.
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... Sees No Change .rflli
There will be no change In the
AFL-CIO policy of cooperating
who, any senate committee mat
is turning up corruption,' he said.
When asked what the AFL-CIO,
would do about, unions which re.
fused to Cooperate with Senate ?
committees, Meany taid "That'ls
too iffy." -..
But he added he did not agree
with the stand Of James R. Hoffa,
vice president of the Teamsters
and unopposed candidate for its -presidency,
that use of the Fifth
Amendment should not be a bar
to holding union office.
The newly-formed TField Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives Federation- has asked
the Natiol Lab o t Relatione
Board to order an election among.!, r
union organizers 1 0 determmo"t
whether they want it as their bar
gaming agent with the AFL-CIOi
- Meany commented that all 1
the 225 AFL-CIO organizers are.
HA1IP TYIADI PtAVaa Aft At.k
imwusiiai VI VU1CI UiiOIlf f'
many of which nrohlhit rfnol
He Said leaders of ihm ferUntUii
have refused to tell him how ?
many organizers they represent'.'
or J?. ""me specific grievances. r ;
'There is not the normal em4
ployer employe' relationship'1 in
the proposed union, Meany ssid.1.?
no particular good could some t
from thij relationship;
The fornHnre. and
Hotn Fnrnlihinf Stara
th ef July AveT H St. Xal. iJtm
or FREE ZONE -IMMEDIATE
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MISS ROSEMARIE BENDEO whose engagement to Mr. Frank
Trudell of Ridgefield, New Jersey has been announced. Betty
Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mire Bender Of Gamboa.
REHEARSAL PARTY FOR CARSON-CROSS WEDDING
TAKES FLACE AT HOME OF BRIDE'S PARENTS
A rehearsal party for the wedding of Miss Katherine Jean
Cross to Dr. William Jan.es Carson Jr., was held at the Balboa
homa of the bride-to-be last evening. Miss Cross Is tht daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Cross and Dr. Carson Is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. William James Carson of Balboa.
The wedding will take place at Ft. Amador Chapel at 7:00
O'clock tomorrow evening.
Mrs. Robert K. Neddaeus, sister of the groom,, will be ma matron
tron matron of honor.
Mr. Robert K. Heddaens will be best man. Ushers will be
Mr. Charles MacArthur, Mr. Thomas Peterson and Mr. Paul
Rev. Paul C. Loeven CM. will officiate.
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Miss RewmarV Bandar
Will Marry In tates
Mr. and Mrs.- Mire Bender ?
Gamboa announce the engagemen.
and approaching marriage of their,
daughter Rosemarie to Mr. Frank
Trudell of Ridgefield, New Jersey.
The wedding will take place in
the States on Sept. 14. After a
short honeymoon, the couple plan
to make their home in California.
Wedding, Aug. 21
Miss Barbara Ann Ely whose
engagement to William Melvin
Frame of Coushatt'a, Louisiana,
was recently announced, will be
married Aug. 28, 1957.. The cere ceremony
mony ceremony will take place at Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador Chapel at 7:00 p.m.
i No iavitatfon'g will be aent. All
friends, are cordially invited to
the wedding ceremony and the
reception which will follow in the
ballroom of the Tivoli Guest
Mrs. Emma M. Barlow of Bal
boa, C. Z. and Henry L. Barlow
of Lima. Peru announce the en
gagement and approaching mar
riage of their daughtei rMuriey it.
Barlow to Michael A. Holochak of
Ft. Kobbe, Canal Zone at a Nup Nuptial
tial Nuptial Mass" at St. Mary's Church,
Balboa, C. Z. at 10:00 a.m. on
Tuesday Aug. 20. All friends are
Will Hold Luncheon
At Ft. Amador
- The Doctor's Wives' Club.
hold a luncheon at Ft. Amador
Officers' Club at 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Aug. 28.
In Colon :
Miss Aurora P. Lim and Mr.
Leon A. Holloway entertained their
wedding attendants with a buffet
dinner following the wedding re rehearsal
hearsal rehearsal at the Miraculous Medal
Church on Sunday.
The dinner was helu at the
hom of Mr. and Mrs. Luis E.
Wong. Attending were the maid
of honor, Miss Arlene Lim; brides bridesmaids.
maids. bridesmaids. Misses Greta Mon. Virgi
nia Kam, Norma1 Lowe, Judy Ra
mirez, Pat Peck and Alice lam;
best man, Mr. Harry Boylan- es escorts,
corts, escorts, Messrs. Gilmor Jones, Dave
Pelock. Charlie Falber. Victor Miz-
rachi, Julio Kam and Andrew P.
Lim: ushers. Messrs. Alvin P
Lim and Howard Marvin; flower
girls, Candy and Karen Lira and
Wendie Wong; Jr. bridesmaid,
Miss Sandra Lim; coin and .ring
bearers Alexander P. Lim, III,
Luis t. Wong, Jr., and Alvin P.
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Nobodv pretends that there Is a
single cause for the alarming rise
if juvenile delinquency in the so-
bailed "gooa times our country
Bui most of those who have
nade a study of the breakdown of
parental authority and the rise in
juvenile crime point out that the
"lack of chores" for children to' do
is one reason.
It s true that a child brough up
in an apartment or in a house on a
small suburban lot isn't needed as
much to help with everyday chores
as one brought up on a farm.
But in running any home there
are still plenty of chores that have
to be done every day. . , v
It a not from a lack of chores
to do that today's older children
and teen agers are suffering. They
are suffering from the nwiern no
tion of parents that their children
must be free to have a good time,
while the parents do all the drud drudgery.
gery. drudgery. I'll wager you' know parents with
nigh school age sons who i either
hire someone to use a power mower
CHICAGO (UP) Don't send
your son to .summer camp un
less he wants to go. - i
Pon't push him into little league
baseball unless he wants to play.
And if your small daughter has
no yen for ballet lessons, let her
skip rope instead.
This is the aavice or .csiner
Srhnnr. child exDert at Chicago's
famed institute for psychoanalysis.
Some parents, she said,, maice
the mistake of pushing children
into activities against their will in
the belief it's "for their own
good.". ' :
"But they're just sowing the
seeds of conflict," she said.
Mrs. Schour has absolutely noth
ing against summer camps, little
league Or dancing classes as such;
On the whole, she said, they are
admirable institutions and provide
youngsters with broadening "so "social
cial "social experience."
But she said some fathers, for
exanible. orod their sons into lit
tle league in the hope of realizing
their own thwarted amotions ior
Such parental behavior, she said
is something of a switch. A gen
eration or so ago. there were par parents
ents parents ifwho made their -men chil children
dren children pound a piano when all the
kids wanted do do was play base baseball.
ball. baseball. But it's too easy to generalize
about the shortcomings of the
modern parent, Mrs. Schour said.
"On the whole they're making a
real effort to bring up their chil
dren- intelligently," she said.
"They want their chiwren to he
something more than carbon cop copies
ies copies of themselves, so they give
the youngsters the opportunities
for group experiences with 'other
children and for contact with other
Still, she said, the child gets
his basic values from his parents.
Lim Jr., and all the nephews arid
nieces of the bride-to be. Al
so -rs. Alexander P. Lim, ( Jr.,
Mrs. Alvin P. Lim and Mr. and
Mrs.' Luis E. Wong.
The bride to-be and groom
presented the girls with bracelets
with y heart charm- bearing the
girl's name on the front and the
hetrolheds names on the back,
The escorts were given tie bars
with their names engraved there
on and cuff links with their, last
Miss Lira will be married, to
Mr. Holloway on Saturday Aug.
17 at the Miraculour Medal
Church and the reception will fol
low at the Hotel Washington.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5
Tb juict 1 different, if d i -ftvsk
vocvUblcs are bknded 1mt
thai hand eViak. YouU ion htS)
Sjvtty Barar, ko4 tbrfrt as Its vita
SMaa. At aMitune- lf" J
r botanaa twala ft I
V-S ive yo tM 11
vwt, ad ttte
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or get out and do it, themselves.
Either way it is easier than, telling
Junior that keeping the lawn mow
ed and trimmed is his responssi-j
MOTHER MOWS LAWN ..
And many a housewife does
all the yard work while her teen teenagers
agers teenagers ride around in the family car
"looking for something to do." It
may be good for the housewife's fi figure,
gure, figure, but it isn't very good for the
character of her teen-age children.
In any home today, no matter how
many labor-saving .devices there
are, there is plenty of work that
could be shared by every member
of the family.' r
Sharing the work would not only
keen children busv. it would make
the leisure time they earn by do
ing their share of the work prized
enough to be enjoyed.
-,, With summer here, parents
would do better to demand some
help from their children that ito
turn them loose to simpiy have fun
all day every day.
"You hear a lot nowadays about
working mothersl, baby sitters and
loose lamiiy ties," she said.'
"But each case must be judged
individually. .There s nothing in inherently
herently inherently wrong with a mother's
working mothers, baby sitters and
the children with a sitter.
"It depends on the mother, the
sitter, the child and the quality
of the relationship between the
child and his parents."
There's no' reason to believe.
she said, that a parent must stay
nome z nours a day.
"Parents are people, too," she
'Crime of Century's'
Some New Evidence
5 f.3UP37 LEOPOLD 8-12 bm653a
CHICAGO (UP) Nathan Leo Leopold,
pold, Leopold, a partner in the "crime of
the century" slaying of Bobby
Frank in 1924f today pinned his
hopes for freedom on parole
petition, sai 1 to- contain 16 new
items of evidence.
Elmer .Gertz, Leopold's attorney
said that the plump, .graying 52-
year-oid convict, submitted a pe petition
tition petition for rehearing to the Illinois
Parole and Pardon Board repre'
sentative at Stateville -Penitentiary
Gertz said one of the phases of
the crime that should be re-examined
was the precise nature of the
roles played by Leopold and his
partner, Richard Loeb, who died
in a prison fight in 1936.
Leopold has said in previous ap applications
plications applications for freedom that. Loeb
was the leader in the crime. The
new petition said that the trial
judge, John R. Caverly, expressed
the same view in a conversation
with a Roman Catholic nun..
Harnelf & Dunn
TV Show Thurs.
(PA-C) Harnett and Dunn
will appear on CFN Thursday
evening at 0:30, along with
three dance teams who have
been trained at their studio In
dance numbers featuring va variations
riations variations of the bOD and rock 'n
The novelty of this idea sterns
from the fact that these cou
ples ara In different age croups.
eacn one giving tneir version of
the bop. Valerie Spencer and
Tommy Starkenburg will rep represent
resent represent the sub-teens; Janice
Spencer and Buttons Starken Starkenburg
burg Starkenburg the junior teens, and Ma
rlon Bradley and Joe Reynolds
the -senior teens.
Each boy and girl has work
ed hard to perfect the trance
that has always remained the
favorite with the younger gen generation.
eration. generation. The popularity of the
lift and flips in the tockV
roll means a lot of hard work
to perfect but it has also
brought an added tip to the
dance that make the "kids' feel
it Is well worth It!
For their part of the program
Harnett and Dunn will Include
the latest hit dance the calyp
so and the fast stepping me me-rengue.
rengue. me-rengue. , ,
WMk-(a.f AthlilK: 0 nil If
eroups prova that
Uraiii fawder prrvoat mtey mioor
akiairntaiioiia Madicatad, abtortwat.
Ckoet ckna la ikui for tatter triec
tioa! Fori comfortable evea at koical
yrcaikcr. Cot Mcuaaa today 1
MISS BARBARA ANN wUl
be rharrled to William Melvin
Frame at Amador Chapel at
, .7:00 p.m. August 28.
There has to be, of course, a
last person or couple to leava a
Don't always be that one.
Each notice for Incluiien in this
column should be tubmittad m
typt-writttn form and mailed
the box number liittd daily In 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise,"' or delivered
by hsnd to the office. Notices of
mectinf s cannot be acctptad by
San Antonio Study Group -Meets
The San Antonio rfe Padua
stuay Group. Credit CooDera
uve, will ; meet tomorrow night
at their regular meeting place
on u street, as matters or vi vital.
tal. vital. Importance wlli be discussed,
memoers are Teminaed. to at'
tend, '0 ,: j.; .. t-v
IAWC Board ""
There will fee a meeting of the
juoara oi directors of the Inter
American women's Club at the
Tivoli Guest House ; tomorrow
morning a: 9:30. . ..
Navy Wives Club
Of America Will ;
Hold Business Meetina
The Navv Wives' Club of Amer
ica will hold its monthly business
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
Fleet Reserve Room.
All members and prospective
memcers are asKeo to attend.
The Panama Chapter of the In
ternaiional House Association will
meet tomorrow night at the home
of Miss Mabel Sneider, 5720. C,
jDiaDio, wanai zone.
To Deliver Gunman,
Delivers Sermon ;
MICHIGAN CITY, Ind.' (UP
A Methodist" minister refused an
armed ex-convict's demand for
safe conduct to Michigan Sundav.
The fugitive stole the .minister's
car and fled alone. -The
Rev. Christian Kocher, 45,
pastor of the First' Methodist
Church here, said a young man
with black hair entered the par
sonage through an open back door
at 8:30 a.m. while the, minister
prepared his Sunday sermon.
ine young man. Rev. Kocher
said, was very nervous and de demanded
manded demanded that the minister drive
him to Michigan,
He told Rev. Kocher he was
SO- deCDlf Involved" in crim
that he was going to "shoot his
way" to freedom. Whea Rv Ko-
cher refused to accompany him,
lie runvict puneo a revolver irom
his jacket.. r ..
"I told. him I, was going to de deliver
liver deliver mr MrhiAl nn M B...
Kocher told the United Press,
"and that if be took a delight in
shooting to go ahead.-
.The ex-convict, unidentified but
known to Indiana c police, took the
keys to Kocher's 1954 sutomobile
and drove Off -after an hour of
pless and threats. He uld h
would leave the ear at Chicago.
Tht minister delivered his ser sermon
mon sermon toa schedule,
I Spring It the time to do the
-, hou&ecleoning on the form to me
J bom con be tisexos o summer
theoter. -". i
' lPfeiil "fail!
MRS. ISABELLE JERRAM cuts bon voyage cake at a "coffee
Call" last Sunday at the Fort Kobbe Chapel Activities Center
( where -she,, was, 1)ld goodbye by members of the Kobbe con congregation,
gregation, congregation, r At Protestant services in the Kobbe. Chapel, ,"Isa-,
belle Jerram Day" had been announced and she had ; been -honored
for her musical compositions and other contributions
to the congregation. Looking on at right Is -Chaplain (Capt..t
x Thomas L. McMinn, Jr. (U.S Army Photo)
Isabelle Jerram Day At Kobbe Chapel
Honors ; Composer Leaving Isthmus
Last Sunday,' was set aeide as
"Isabelle Jerram Day" i at the
Fort Kobbe Chapel as two of her
compositions were oresemed dur
ing Prolest&nt services and mem
bers of the congregation bade her
farewell at .."coffee call''' fol following
lowing following services. ,. 4 v
Mrci' J arraor's late eftthem,' an
arrangemenUof the -twenty Thjrd
Psalm. was sung l by a choral
group including herself and. fellow
members tf the Kobbe choir, and
her special ; Easter composition
"Greater Love Hath No Man was
given as a solo, by Mrs. Mildred
"As we all cnowt Isabelle has
been most generous with her time
and talents," Chaplain. (C a p t)
Thomas L. McMinn, Jr., declared.
ihe has directed our junior)
choir, senior choir, and most re-j
cenny served as a memoer of the
senior choir. We especially re re-memhar
memhar re-memhar her for her work in the
Choral Christmas and Easter sto stories
ries stories by the junior choir; both of
which were televised over CFN.
. ''A composer ss well as a di director,
rector, director, she has written many piec
I t : t J '
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DO-IT-YOURSELF CLIDER-Here's one' glider that wont
have hitch a ride from an airplane. The retractable engine:
makes It the only self-launching glider in the world. Ted Nel Nelson
son Nelson f San Leaodro, Calif, engineer-industrialUt, invented the
-Hummmibird" glider. NeUon shows, upper left, how the
engine looks fully extended. At upper right. Nelson starts re-
tracuoiu At lower left. Nelson has engine In place and. lower
right, closet cover to complete quick task. The 40-horsepower
engine is used mainly for take-offs but ran be restarted in mid midair.
air. midair. The engice for th $10,000 Hummingbird carries enouah
fuel for an hour's flight, but uses oYily about five minutes' worth-
on a four to six hour bop. -
es of s"crerl music.
; "We have been most foVtuhate
to have such a person working
with ms m tne chapel program,
one whe Jh?d invested so heavily
of her time and talent in God's,
work. It is with extreme, regrft
we see her leave."-? .
if 'Mm. Jerremr her husband Capt.
Jerrald M. Jerram, commander
of the 20th Infantry's Service Com Company,
pany, Company, and their three' children will
leave the Canal1 'Zone for- the li linked
nked linked "States on Saturday aboard
thn TISNS Rihhina i.r-j t
Mrs. Jerram also has been hon honored
ored honored for contributions to .. other
community activities at-Kobbe.
In May she was appointed to the
Kobhs Hail of Fame and her. pic picture
ture picture added to the display at tht
dosi. ineaier. !!,"
She was honored for 1ier work
as distaff president- a Jtey post
in the women's disaster control
organization and her subsequent
service as distaff briefing officer:
her, leadership In the Officers'
Wives Club; her membership on
the post chapel board; choir work;
nuu u i. lis. i jruuiu avilViUCO ...V
B n-f Athna r-vi if h aatin t -r
TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1957
.THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Social, and Otk
Mr. And Mr. McGimtty ;
I,i av For Arkansas v
( kvfr. and Mrs." Cwwees R. Mc
rGimsey and their young son, Chip,
, re leaving today for Fiyettevule,
. Arkansas, where Mr. McGnnsey is
t0 teach anthropology at me urn urn-.
. urn-. vritv of Arkansas. S-', J (
' tThe McGiiLsevs. who have been
'i. residents of the Isthmus for two
v Bud a ; half ? years, spent eight
; -f months' in the Interior during their
first' vear her on an archeolo-
, tfirhl .xnedition soonsored by :ci;
entif Giants and Peabody Mu-
, seum. More recently Mr. McGim
sey has been with the Locks Di Di-"
" Di-" vision -of the Panama Canal Co.
' anri Mr MnGimsev with the Dt
- vision of Schools.? She has also
Yun netivA in music, having sub-
vstituted -during the summer monohs
as orgxmst -at the uaiDoa uvmoa
Wilt Address t"
':.$ Nav( : Officers' Wives 'K ;.'
'"M The regular njonthly luncheon
W the .Naval Officers Wives' Club
m wilFbe held ".at 12 o'clock, Tues Tues-I
I Tues-I day, 'Aug.-20.it tlur Fort, Clayton
S; Officers1 Club.: MfvFred-; De V.
Silt feitired. JJkector '.? Adrae Adrae-i
i Adrae-i urement7of the Panama Canal
. f'n An,,!! ho thu PllPSt Sneaker. Mr.
Sili,Tw, act as commtntator .n
- larnr nasseheer vessels going
through- .the canal? Mr Sitt came
: to ine isxnmus imy-years "u
I has become well acquainted not
only with the Canal Zone, but al also
so also with the Republic of Panama.
- Members are advised that all
reservations nd cancellations
must be made by noon,, Monday,
Lefs IIol Talk Sex
Aug. 19 by calling Mrs, D,
Myers at Navy number 3508.
Mrs. Jack Lamfcin Jr.
Mrs. ? Jack T. Lamkin Jr. the
former Mis Joan M. Baron is ar
riving IO Monday i by plane from
Krowmvood. Texas Jor an. exiena-
ed visit with her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Otis M. Baron of Curundu
Mrs. Lamkin will also visit with
her lister and family Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Scott and children
Kenneth' aw! Pamela y Ann Mr
Lamkin has recently been induct inducted
ed inducted into the Armed Forces, ,;
Modified Senate Civi
iaclted Bv GOP House
WASHINGTON (UP)-i- Italian
movie -actress Sophia Loren caued
a 'nefs' conference oa her arrival
here, took one look: at' the ogling
newsmen and. said, "Let's not talk
about aex.".- v :v
The curvaceous brunette arrived
Sunday to shoot a few scene for
her next film and "to see all of
; Washington," Including President
J Eisenhower, If possible. :v
She and her co-star, Cai'y Grant,
promptly denea Washington tradi tradition
tion tradition .n?y: scheduling ; the Sunday
news conferences ". i
Even the most naive congress
man -would: think, twice before
calling a meeting with- reporters
on a hot, muggy Sunday afternoon.
'But' the conference room of the
headquarter of i the. Motion Pic
Assn, i was : jammed when Sophia
'and Grant made their apoearance.
uEven White House aide Maxwell
Kabb was among the snectators
Soma :of thv newsmen even' took
-notes. -.':f W; u- '-r f!";
ulM't not" talk about sex, the
actress ; v pouted. ; So, ater an
. awkward-, silence, she and the
newsmen discussed American GI s
in Italy in World War II, her own
family background, Tokyo, her
n!W movie, "Houseboat," and the
beauties of Washington.-, r-. v
Asked what she would like td.see
most in Washington, she replied
without hesitations "President Ei Eisenhower."
senhower." Eisenhower." Babb hurried from the
room, indicating that pressing af affairs
fairs affairs of state may preclude the
President from : meeting the fair
. Sonhia. -..,:'
Her new "picture is about a State
Department lawyef, Grant, who
marries hi maid,. Sophia.
For the new conference, Sophia
yore an .eye-popping white strap-
less gown? and black Italian shoes.
Nobody noticed particularly what
Andrei Urusov, a Catholic;
priest end teacher of antt."
- communism, at the Untvetsitr
..- et'Stti Praneijco, reaounced his
title of prince of Imperial
Russia to become an American
citizen. Bern in Moscow in
J J 14, the eon of Prince Alex Alexander
ander Alexander Oureusseff, he wss taken
eastward br relatives during
the Red revolution, is 1917 in
whiea Wa parente were alam.
He came te the U.S. from the
Philippines in 1941. -
Beach Wide Open'
ATLANTA (UP) The Atlanta
Constitution reported today that
Savannah Beach is "as ,wide open
as Phenix City ever1: was" with
barooms operating in direct vio
lation of state liquor laws.
; The Constitution indicated its
check on Savannah Beath was
intended; to serve as a footnote to
a ; statement by State Revenue
Commissioner T.V. ; Williami say
ing retail ; liquor" dealer .; now
comply with the Uw;,iW. ,-
, Williams last. Fridajf aaid his
padlocking of a number of retail
liquor deaiere in a two -'nrona
crackdown on retail and wholesale
buying, said he bad brought about
"the cleanest operation since the
adoption? of the Alcohol Control
While WDliams' Crackdown was
aimed at trade practice! within
the industry; such as (price cutting
and use of other sales gimmicks
in deals between wholesalers and
retailers, a Constitution 1 reporter
said he saw many ether forms of
liquor law violations in Savannah
seach. ; .t,-
V There are rumors that : the
notorious Frank Costello and other
gambling interests have gained
control of certain Savannah Beach
property," the Constitution said.
"Gambling goes on in barrooms
and some gambling is done on the
bat Liquor and beer are sold ta
apparent teen agers "with no
"Savannah Beach Police Chief
avia A.;Mcuitcnen was perched
ow a stool at the blackjack ; table
oi me nrass Kan when con constitution
stitution constitution reporter walked in at 1
a m. hunddy. Police St- Hugh
pummerm aiso was in' the Brass
Rail." -, .
I Rights Bill
Krujhjf Urges Ea$l
BERLIN (UP) Nikita Khru
shchev has used his East German
trip to try to coordinate the econ economy
omy economy of the Eastern bloc to try
to raise the standard of living as
an example to the non-Communist
countries.- r ,,
Throughout his tour he has ta
ken steps to back up his doctrine
that Communism, is more appeal appealing
ing appealing when. there is "butter on the
bread." And has demanded
tnat the communist bloc surpass
Western industrial production.;
To achieve this goal, he said,
the economic systems of the East
bloc must be based on a "sensible
distribution of work, cooperation
in production' and coordination
of economic plans."
He, told East German leaders
they must raise their production
so that It will he an example to
anti-Communist West Germans of
the advantages of Comunism.
To do this be 'promised East bloc
aid a promise, in effect, that the
Soviets no longer will loot the East
German economy- at they did in
the Stalin era.- : v
He boasted that the Soviet Un Union's
ion's Union's production now ranked sec
ond in the world, ,only behind the
united States. And he said the
Soviet Union not only must climb
to .first place but the Soviet bloc
as a wnoie must out-prpauce tne
West i, whole, -.:i-tJ'rl-.-
i WASHINGTON, Aug.,13 (UP)-
House GOP Leader Joseph W.
Martin Jr. apparently d ashed
hopes for an early compromise in
the civil rights fight today by say
ing ne wouio rimer nave ua om
this year than accept tl modified
i Martin made the statement to a
newt conference only a few hours
after Senate Democratic Leader
Lvndon B. Johnson had oredicted
Congress would give final approval
next week to a civil .right bill
with a jury trial amendment
- At the same time, Speaker Sam
Rayburn (Tex) issued a new ap appeal
peal appeal to House Reoublicans to drop
their drive to end the Senate bill
to; conference; in hone of ham
mering out a compromise more
in Une with President tisennow
Bi burn and other Democratic
leader want the House to accept
the Senate version after restrict
ing the hotly-disputed jury trial
amendment to mht-tOTVDte eases.
It now would apply to all federal
criminal contempt cases. --Predicts
Predicts --Predicts Firm Stand
But Martin oredicted that House
Republicans would stand firm in
their insistence n tending the bill
Reporters noted that Democrats
had warned that such a c t i o n
might kill toy chance Bf enacting
a civil rights bill this year., juartm
was asked what his position would
be if it was a choice between the
Senate version and np bill at all
..- ., r ;, I -.fry- .:.-,
: "Sometimes delays if you
could set a sood bill would be
far more preferable, the Repub Republican
lican Republican leader replied. ''It would be
foolish to abandon the fight right
on the ere oi victory.
Martm sain flatly that the sen
ate' bill as it stands now
would "never be signed by the
President." But he wouldn't say
what the President might do, if
Congress adopted the Pemocratic
plan to restrict the jury fial to
voting rigms cases.
To the Democratic charge that
Republicans are playing politic to
block enactment of legislation so
they cn blame the Democrats, j
Martin said: j
"If you're t r y A n g to protect
those who need protection, that'
pretty good politics." v
Martin insisted that the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats would be responsible if Con Congress
gress Congress failed to act and said they
would have to "explain it to the
sent. He taid this amounted to a
Rayburn said earlier it was up
to the Republicans whether a civil
rights bill was passed this year.
"If these people who say they
want a voting rights bill really
want it," Rayburn said, "they can
get it easily at this session"
. As -the jockeying over the bill
continued, Rep Kenneth B Keat Keating
ing Keating (R-NY) f chief administration
spokesman on civil rights, said he
will ask the House tomorrow to
send the measure to conference
unless the Democrats make some
move first ;
Expects Rival Request i
But Rayburn said another mem
ber, whom he did not identify,
may make a rival request to have
the House accept the Senate
amendments Both sides conceded
the proposals probably would be
defeated since they' must be made
under a procedure requiring unan unanimous
imous unanimous consent .,;..'
Meantime, some key House Re Republican
publican Republican said they had heard re
port that Democratic z leader
might delay Senate action on the
compromise foreign aid autnoriza
tion bill in an effort to bring pres pressure
sure pressure on the administration in the
civil -ights battle
The Republicans want to send
the bill to a HouseSenate con conference
ference conference committee in an effort to
hammer out a stronger qbmpro qbmpro-mise
mise qbmpro-mise measure. Democrat want
the House to accept the Senate
hill with one change to limit the
Jury trial amendment to ngnt-to-vote
Rayburn Says No
Rayburn flatly rejected the GOP
strategy, asserting that "I'm not
for sending it to conference"
Democrats have charged that
some Republicans deliberately
want to scuttle the bill in hopes
of gaining political advantage in
.Tnhnson said it wa "unbelieV'
able" that House members who
have claimed for years that they
want civil rights legislation can
Khrushy, East German Leaders Sign
Pact To Tighten Ties With Soviets
BERLIN, Aug. 13 (UP) So
viet Communist Boss Nikita
Khrushchev, signed an agree agreement
ment agreement with East German leaders
today to tighten- soviet-East
German economic and political
ties.';; V"., "'.
The East German radio said
the agreement covered "further
cooperation'' ; between the two
nations, "Problems of the Inter International
national International workers movement,"
and other economic and politi political
cal political problems.
The broadcast said the agree
ment covered "further coopera cooperation"
tion" cooperation" between the two nations,
"problems of the international
workers movement." and other
economic and political problems.
Tne Broadcast saia tne agree
ment provided for "friendship,
mutual aid. the strengthening
of peace in Europe,- and the wel
fare of tne German peopie.-
It -was slened by Khrusncnev.
Soviet Deputy, Premier Anastas
Mikoyan, East-German premier
Otto Grotewohl and East Ger-
Zrmi'iW rt,OooWD. leader Walter
The agreement wa believed to
promise Soviet political, mllita
ereace to next year' concession-
every American," he idv"Thijnr and economic upport for
cvci j nuiciavH uc aaas a
(Senate) bill will not do that."
Martin jald he-favored elimina elimination
tion elimination of the entire jury' trial amend
ment. He also called for elimina elimination
tion elimination of another section' to provide
criminal penalties for anyone pub publicizing
licizing publicizing secret testimony taken by
a proposed civil rights commis commission
sion commission without the commission's con-1
East Germany, and to rule out
Khrushchev has made It plain
since he arrived in East Berlin
last : Wednesday tnat Germany
can be reunited only on com communist
munist communist terms.
He rejected western proposals
for unity through free elections
ana said a unmeet Germany
cannot be a member of the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization.
It was considered certain the
agreement indorsed the Stalinist
leaders of East Germany and
promised them Soviet aid If East
Germans revolt against Rea
It was expected to blame the
west for the split of Germany
and to charge West German
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
with aggressive alms.
The communists cracked the
whip over reluctant workers to
give Khrushchev a rousing send
off before he left for home.
They drafted workers to gath
er at a mass rally in East Ber
lin's Marx-Engels Platz at 4
p.m. in hopes of marshalling a
crowd of 50,000 to hear Khrush-
cnev address a mass meeting.
Posses Still Hunt
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.
(UP) Authorities said today vol
unteers will continue to search for
any hopes of unification in thelMrs. Inestine Roberts despite the
New 'Santa Rosa' and 'Santa Paula'
to Carry Ship Stabilizers
sum chances that the 88-year-old
mountain climber was still alive
after (even day on Pikes Peak.
The Colorado Springs woman be became
came became lost last Monday while de descending
scending descending the famed 14,100-foot
peak. She has climbed it annually
for the past 15 years. Mrs. Rob Roberts
erts Roberts was last seen near the sum
(PA-C) i The' Grace Line's
new. "Santa. Rosa." to be
launched August ,28th, and her
sister snip, tne new "Santa
Paula," are the first newly con
structed American flag ships to
carry, the Sperry Gyroscope
Company'! Ggrrofin Ship Stab Stabilisers.
ilisers. Stabilisers. .-!-. :
In commenting on their use,
Lewis A. Lapbam, President of
Grace Line, said: "It is believ believed
ed believed they will be among the
steadiest ships afloat, for their
underwater fins will reduce
ship roll up to Co per cent, The
stability they will afford these
pew ships brings many advant advantages.
ages. advantages. Passenger, comfort win be
dramatically increased; sched schedules
ules schedules can be better maintained
by avoiding the need of -reducing
speed in bad -weather; the
possibility of weather damage
is materially lessened and then
is less likelihood of cargo shift shifting
ing shifting with Its resultant damage
In-heavy seas, the -fourteen
foot fins can be extended, from
recesses In each side of the hull
amidships to cut down the roll.
Each fin has flaps hinged to
the trailing edge which further
increase its lift force. Action of
the Gyrofin Is controlled from
the bridge of a ship by Instru Instruments
ments Instruments which measure roll rate
of the waves, roll angle and roll
acceleration. The control sys system
tem system then transmits computed
signals to, the fins which. In
turn, are constantly positioned
to exert correctly timed anti anti-roll
roll anti-roll forces of the exact magni magnitude.
tude. magnitude. Each underwater fin can
exert up to 3000 foot-tons of
lift" within two seconds.
Sperry's Gyrofin Ship Stabil
izer is based on modern com computer
puter computer techniques and employs
direct control of fin lift to
steady a ship. Highly sensitive
gauges in eacn tin automatic automatically
ally automatically note the. direction of water
flow, and pass this information
onto the centralized computer
which in turn directs the fin
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not find some way to adjust their
difference, with' the Senate ver-
The Senate, leader added that
he believed "we will have a bill"
in time for Congress to adjourn
by the end of next week
While Eisenhower has levelled
repeated attacks on the Senate
measure, many congressmen be believe
lieve believe he would sign a bill in which
the jury guarantee was limited to
voting cases The Senatb measure
would require jury trials in all
federal criminal contempt trials
They would not be required in civ civil
il civil contempt esses (
Campaign For Bill
Leaders of the National Associ Association
ation Association for the Advancemnnt nf CnU
ored People, labor organizations
aim ouer groups' lavoring civil
rights legislation were waging a
"grass roots", campaign to sell
GOP 'House member on the Sen Senate
ate Senate bill
Informants said the chief tar targets
gets targets of the drive wew Republi Republicans,
cans, Republicans, from such states as New
York, New Jersey and Connecticut
where incumbent lawmakers face
close races next year and may
need Negro, liberal and labor
votes to win
After talking with reporters,
Johnson made a Senate speech in
which he contended that the Sen Senate's
ate's Senate's jury trial : provision leaves
the federal e n ni t a with mnl.
powers to enforce their order
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sion compulsion do. .the opponents of thin
amendment seek he demanded
"Are they asking for the thumb thumbscrew,
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display two sample of his and art which be "painted" wins;
the colorful sands of his native Utah. Plat, non-removable
andpaintings are common in Paris, but Offret, a 74-year-old -"
Tesort manager,- claims that his sand pictures are the only one -which
can be turned upside down without getting out of hape.
After constructing a simple natural wood ,frame with double
Slas spaced about two inches apart,- Offret carefully makes the
picture from the bottom up, usjng colored sand and following
up gradually with plain sand for support until frame is full and
then sealed. Everything must be kept completely dry through throughout
out throughout the 'painting" operation. The "painting" .at left is "The
Delicate Arch," South Utah; the one at right, 'The Great White
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jlillisms-Mantle Personal Batting Duel Takes Over Major League
FiyeMan Battle For NL Bat
jGrown Also Of Top Interest
l By FRED DOWN
l NEW YORK, Aug. 13 (UP) Ted Williams' personal
duel With- Mickey Mantle
National League batting championship take over the. spot
light today when the major
Thk rM themselves were shov
I ed feomewhat into the background
with Knth the New York Yankees
mnit iLiitwaukee Braves riding the
rrpjit of 5Vi came leads over their
closest pursuers. Both have reach reach-fed,;
fed,; reach-fed,; point where the team they
I pave most la ier is uicuiowira..
The various contenders for the
batting titles, however, see to
Have just oegun 10 iigm.
The American League struggle
t th more sDectacular because
Williams, the Boston Red, Sox 29-year-old
perfectionist, and Mantle,
th VankeHs- 25-vear-old nature
boy, seem destined to right it out
ia the rarified atmosphefe of .400.
When they face each other in Bos Boston
ton Boston tonight, Williams will start
with an eight-point eoge .10
.37ft. and it ould be that the' e-
vfentiial winner will have to hit .400.
Jwillkims has been hitting at an
satiazifla .500 tlio since the July
8j All-Star Game and has raised his
Average since then from .342 to
.$87. During the last 14, games ne
has been uuine at a steady .400
Mantle, meanwhile, fhas been
I staging a spectacular drive for his
4 4565 Average for his last 14
oames. He is eunninB for the un
precedented feat of winning two
triple crown? in succession and
with 123 walks is a good bet to
Wipe out Babe Ruth's season mark
"Both slueeers are currently hit-
tins higher than any major leagu
er !has accomplished over a full
mason since Williams' .406 in 1941.
their duel may eventually invite
compSfison with the 1911 batting
4ce. That season Shoeless Joe
Jackson hit .408 but lost the title
to Ty Cobb's .420.
;lThe five National League con con-feeders
feeders con-feeders arcr't battling it out at
;Sdeh ajofty figure but it's still one
ot unevDest iignis me oia circuit
lias seen in many years.
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and a five-man battle for -the
league pennant races resume
Defending champion Hanic Aaroni
of the Milwaukee Braves is the
nirrent leader at 338 with 36-year
old Stan Musial of the St Louis
Cardinals next St .332, shortstop
Dick Groat of the Pittsburgh Pir
ates third at .330 and Willie Mays
of the New York Giants, and Frank
Robinson of the Cincinnati Kea Kea-legs
legs Kea-legs tied for fourth at .329.
Aaron had hit only .222 in. a re
cent ,15-ganie batting slump but
. 1 1L 11.. 1.
snapped OUt OI H over me wrev
end and' fnUst be considered the
favorite Hank won the title last
season with a comparatively low
328 iveraee and concedes ne 11
probably have to reach 340 to re
Musial. the early-season sensa
tion of the league, seems tired by
the strain of the pennant-scramble
and may be in need of a rest. He,
too, has faded in recent weeks
(.290 in 'his last 18 games) and it
must be remembered that he hasn't
won a title since 1952,
Groat: Mays and Robinson have
been the "hot" hitters of the league
for the last three weeks (ranging
from Groat's .365 to Robinson's
.420 over the span) and Groat
and Mays have the advantage of
not having to worry about a pen
nant race. Aaron and Robinson
will be facing each other in Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati tonight, Musial plays an af afternoon
ternoon afternoon game in Chicago, Groat
and the Pirates are at Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia aina Mays and the Giants en en-tertain
tertain en-tertain the Brooklyn Dodgers Nat
the Polo Grounds
TAKING NO CHANCES In
Bogata, Colombia, matadors
take no chance when an El
Torro gets huffy. They pole
vault over the animal, as this
swashbuckling gent did in a
Goyesca" tournament. Vault Vaulting
ing Vaulting poles are just long enough,
to raise the matador over the
bull's head. Not daring, but safe.
Errof Flynn la
with Gary Cooper
At Margarita Gym
Last week at Margarita Gym,
the boys and girls were partici
pating in the various elimination
tournaments to see who would re
present Margarita in the final
In the foul shooting contest; the
competition was close, with sever several
al several days of added shooting to de-
Harp a winner in Aarh rlncififQ
The "A" League will be repre-
sented by Allen Robinette, who
shot 17, 18 and 20 from the foul
line in twenty five tries on each
In the "B" League, Hakanson
and Donoue, fought it out, with
each boy hitting the nets with 16
for 25, and then Ed Donohue pass passing
ing passing his rival by hitting for 19 out
of 25 shots.
"C" League will have Jim Ale Ale-guas
guas Ale-guas toeing the foul line next week
at Diablo. Rusty Field, will shoot
for the "D" League after shoot
ing 18 for 25 from the Free Throw
Next on the schedule' came the
table tennis tournament, with three
rounds of matches before a win
ner came out. In the opening
matches Rusty Field beat John
Wainio in a good going to Ed.
Donohue, when he beat Walter
In the second round. Field beat
Jack Brayton and Ed Donohue
beat Morland. In the final match,
Donohue was too good for Field
ano; moved to an easy victory.
Mandy Donohue won the girls
bracket of games by beating sev
eral inexperienced girls in the
game of Table Tennis.
I he archery competition was en
larged by the addition of ten or
more new shooters in the, last sev
eral weeks of archery. In the San
Bias Division, Ron Riefkohl, will
shoot for the boys. In the Darien
group, will be Rusty Field and
Celia Cronan shootine for new
Canal Zone records.
The Inca group will have Don-
aW Bonneau and Pat Egger try trying
ing trying to take a division win. In the
American round will be Ricky
Bath, who will be backed by Shir
ley Bonneau in the Colombian
round. Other shooters trying for a
team berth will be Jim Williford,
jonn rrensiey and "Dennis M.
The only other winner, who will
represent Margarita, is the cham
pion "C" League basketball team,
who will travel to Balboa on Aug.
ihe annual ping pong tournav
ment was held at the Diablo Gym
Wednesday, Aug. 7. Each play-
grouna was represented by its top
The Donahue family from Mar Margarita
garita Margarita dominated the play with
Alice taking the tOD nrize for trirl
over 14 years and brother Ed cop-
ine jr. uoys title.
Other title winners were Grace
Figueroa of Gamboa winning the
Jr. girls bracket and Roy Culbreth
of Ancon won the boys over 14
Host Diablo had two second
place Winners: Jackie Pparsnn onrt
Bobby Panzer. Judy Palumbo of
Cristobal anu (Bonnie Smith of Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun also were second place win
Handsome trophies were award
ed to the winners in the "over 14
years group and utility knives
went to other winners.
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RP'S GARRIDO AND WILLIE MAYS Panama's physical
education director Gil Gonzalo Garrido (left) gets together
with Willie Mays (center) and New York Giant scout Alex
Pompez to iron out details of the scheduled trip of the Willie
Mays Stars to Panama during October. Mays manages a
barnstorming All-Negro team of major leaguers who will come
to Panama for a five-game, series against a team of local pro
ballplayers. The Mays team will Include Al Smith of the In In-dlans,
dlans, In-dlans, Gene Baker of the Pirates. SanTShes of the Cardinals,
Hank Aaron of the Braves, Frank Robinson and Brooks
Lawrence of the Redlegs, Joe Black of the Senators, Connie
Johnson of the orioles and Elston Howard of the Yankee
and .others, z
By Conrado Sargeant
The departure of Chiroke for the
United States has been announced
for the umpteenth time. The clas
sy four-year-old chestnut son oi
Kingstone-Alpine Vista is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled to leave the Isthmus tomorrow.
accompanied by trainer Comelio
Chiroke will be In good hands
during. the trip because Moore is
an experienced and accomplished
horseman. Moore, Known as "xu
ba" to his friends, was once one
of the leading trainers in Panama
when he was employed by the Del-
valle brothers, Max and Eric.
He was at the peak of his pro
fession when be had the two clas
sy native racers, Golden Teacher
and Golden Girl, under his care
during the mid-forties.
If J. J. (Joaquin) Vallarino Jr.
finally decides to definitely quit
local horse racing, it win be an
other blow to the sport in Pana
Vallarino reportedly Is on' the
verge of retiring from the game
because of a stiff suspension met
ed out to his native horse Orando,
after he easily won a race follow following
ing following two poor performances.
Joaquin has been a credit to the
sport during all his years as an
owner, steward and finally as a
breeder. We recall that Vallarino
even instituted and personally don
ated an annual award to a jockey
for hit deportment and perform
ance at the track.
The stewards are. on the whole,
doing a good job. But in certain
cases like Orando s, we disagree
with their method of suspending
horses for what they call "con
tradictory performances" -when
Horses should be suspended for
performing poorly or when proven
to be ailing hy the track's veteri veterinarian,
narian, veterinarian, but the stewards should
never wait until a horse wins to
The longshot player, and there
are many of them, loses confid
ence, when he notices that each
time a horse wins after previous previously
ly previously finishing among the trailers he
is suspended. This is almost a
.,,,rr-ii ri trre ai i LTLn
, LioJMrun and runs-btti-ia
.k a nw mrm nn in
warning to the bettor that he
should not bet on a long shot.
If a horse should not be bet on
or if an owner should not try to
have his horse win any given race,
the horse should not be in the
race. If a horse is admitted in a
nee, its is understood that said
horse is out for an honest effort,
has a chance of winning and there-
tore entitled to victory if he cross
es tne ive iirst.
In the final analysis, if the ste
wards would suspend horses that
perform poorly immediately after
an obviously oad effort, the situa
tictt in which a true sportsman
iiKe vanarmo threatens to quit the
game would never have cropped
The one-mile-and-an eighth $2, $2,-000
000 $2,-000 added Antonio Anguizola Clas
sic for natives is scheduled for
next Sunday at the President Re
mon racetrack. The entries are
Esteban, Coral,. Don Brigido, Ar-
gyia, lanara and Apache.
Ony four riders were suspend suspended
ed suspended over the weekend. Vicente Or Ortega,
tega, Ortega, Sandino Hernandez and Apo Apo-linar
linar Apo-linar Reyes Rios each got eight
meets for foul riding. Marcos Hur Hurley
ley Hurley was set .down two meets for
not fulfilling his contract to ride
Ortega received his penalty for
forcing Chito (Guillermo. Sanchez)
and Black Bee (Jorge Phillips)
wide with Don Gran in Sunday's
Hernandez was suspended for
changing his course and crowding
Golden Moon (Concepcion Ruiz)
with Bugaba in the homestretch
in Sunday third race, ...
Reyes Rios got his enforced va
cation for crowding Canoe (Fer
nando Alvarez) with Tiequest in
Sunday's sixth race.
Douglas Cortez was fined, $5 for
dropping his whip while 'aboard
Tanara m the eighth race on Sat
Tangamca, Cbepanita, Cormorant
and Weima Jimmey were, each
suspended for 15 days because of
fiivr left. tt the Washington i
championships and nwemone
x iut irv
" MONTREAL," Aul. 18 (UP)
ternational : League All-Star team
which will play the Brooklyn Dod Dodgers
gers Dodgers here Aug. 19, completed his
squad today by adding 15 players
to the 10 chosen b)ian vote.
The players named by Walker,
who manasei Toronto, were: ;'
Second baseman Lou Ortiz of
(Buffalo; shortstop Eddie O'Brien
of Columbus; pitcners orianoo re
na and Micuel Cuellar of the Cu
ban Sasar Kings: outfielder Don
Landrum and third baseman For
est Smith of Miami; pitcher Rene
Valdez of Montreal; pitcher Bill
Bethel tnd catcher Harry Chiti of
Richmond; pitcher Lynn Lovengut
and outfielder Tom Burgess of
Rochester; and pitcher Don John
son. first baseman Rocky Nelson
shortstop Hector Rodriguez and
outfielder Lew Morton of Toronto.
Walker also chose Nap Reyes,
Holmes, Montreal manager, as his
The olayers selected i by the
fans: first baseman Luke EaSter,
shortstop Mike Baxes, catcher
Ray Noble and pitcher Walt Crad
dock of Buffalo; second baseman
Mike Goliat of Toronto; third base baseman
man baseman Frank Verd. and outfielder
Gene Green of Rochester; outfield outfielder
er outfielder Bobbv Del Greco of Montreal;
outfielder Johnny Powers of Col Columbus;
umbus; Columbus; and pitcher Jim Coates of
Eight members of the squad
Easter, Goliat, Ortiz, Smith, Bur Burgess,
gess, Burgess, Morton, Noble and Loven Loven-guth
guth Loven-guth were on the International
League team which dropped a
3-0 decision to the Milwaukee
Braves in the league's All Star
game last year at Toronto.
On TV Tomorrow
The Floyd Patterson Tommy
"Hurricane" Jackson heavyweight
title bout will be telecast ever
CFNTV Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Films of the fight, which took
place July 29 at the Polo Grounds
in New -York) were received by
CFN oi Monday and will be shown
in place of the regularly-scheduled
Wednesday night boxing bouts.
The special feature will show
Patterson in his first defense of
the world s .heavyweight t J 1 1 e,
which he won from Archie Moore
last November. After tne unsuc unsuc-rocfnl
rocfnl unsuc-rocfnl phallenee bv '.'Hurricane"
Jackson, Patterson remained the
youngestheavyweight title holder
in the ftistory oi tne ngni game,
PIRATES OPTION MEJIAS
PITTSBURGH (UP) Outfield
er Roman Mejias was optioned to
Columbus- of the International
Lea cue todav by the Pittsburgh
Pirates to make room for left-
handed pitcher Bob Smith, who
was reinstated from the disabled
GREENWOOD LAKE, N.Y.
(UP -Sugar Ray Robinson's han
dlers said today they were well
pleased" with the middleweight
champion s snowing in nis xirst
boxing drill in preparation for next
month's title bout against- welter welterweight
weight welterweight king Carmen Basilio
CLEVELAND .(UP) Pitcher
Cal Mrlish Of the Cleveland Indi Indians
ans Indians will be sidelined at least 10
days with a concussion and severe
lacerations suffered during infield
practice before a game with Kan
sas City bunaay.
AMERICANS MAKE SWEEP
FILIPSTAD, Sweden (UP)
American athletes won five of
njne events in an mtematioal
track and field-meet as. Ken Ban-
turn, of New York set two local
records by throwing the discus
165.8 feet ana putting tne shot
54.18;' feeU Reggie Pearman of
New York set a new stadium rec
ord of 48.S for 400 meters. r '
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. Yf arday's "Rasultt
Open date, i
Homer Production: Down
This Year In Majors:
NEW YORK, Aug. 13 .(UP)
major league home run production
is off 6.18 per cent this year with
only six of the 16 teams showing
am increase over their totals at a
corresponding point of the 1956
A United Press survey revealed
today that -the National League's
sluggers have hit 4.4 per cent few fewer
er fewer homers this year and, that A-
merican League home tun output
is off 8.2 per cent.. The figures are
based on 441 games played in the
N.L. nd ,439 in the A.L. both
this season and last..
The league leading Milwaukee
Braves, the St. Louis Cardinals,
the Philadelphia Phillies and the
New York. Giants show increases
in the National League but only
the Kansas City Athletics and Bos
ton Red Sox are bitting more hom
ers than last year in the A.L.
The Braves and Cincinnati Red-
legs top the majors with 136 hom
ers each.' That ngure represents
an increase of tight homers for
tho Braves compared to their first
110 games in 1956 while it means
a loss et 22 for the. Redlegs,. who
hit 158 in 1 their first 110 games
last year. ..
The most amazing .increase In
the ma jors has been' accomplish accomplished
ed accomplished by the Athletics, who have in
creased their home run production
by 55 per cent. In 108 games last
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New York ' 72 38 655
Chicago 66 43 .606 5V4
Boston : 60 50 .545 JJ
Baltimore- 53 '56 ,486 ,184
Detroit 53- 56 -.486 18Vfc
Cleveland 53 1 58 .477 19V
Washington '43 70',37SiJl -Kansas
City 41 69. ,371 31, h
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Chicago at CTevelanlj (JJ)- J
Baltimore at Washington (Nl .-,
, .-, New Yprk at Boston (N)
" Detroit at Kansas City (2-D-N
' Yesterday's- Risulta r
y ( t
season the Athletic Mtonly JJ9
homers 45 fewer than they hit in
their first 108 games this year.
The World Champion New York
Yankee long synonomous with
the home run have dropped off
a surprising 24.2 per cent in hom homer
er homer production. They had" hit 149
in 110 games last year but sho
only 113 this year for tha same
number of games. At that, the
Athletics are the only team which
has. hit .more. v" . -,
The elub-by-etub figures:
National Ltagu Ltagu-Gamts
Gamts Ltagu-Gamts 1957 Hrt ly5f Hrs
110 136 ,128
100 - 93
Kansas City 108 124
Cleveland- ill 100
Baltimore 109 61
Boston 110 102
Washington 112 80
Detroit f 109 77
Chicago 109 73
New York 110 113
Totals 11 730
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TUESDAY, AUqUST 13, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN JT AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER S
m m m-m I aim n wkI to Z Vir i .' .. '.'
Vvarnlhey II be I ougherNext Year
' OLD AND NEW MANAGERS In Chicago, Lou Boudreau
rlghc- chats with his successor as jnanager eft the Kansas. Ci City
ty City 'A's llarrv Crat, after Boudreau -was offered ".certain re,
- sponsibllitles and duties In the Athletics' front offiqe.",
' tddr P. Ftley, Ciantt trt
urT dbf not know whether Ho-
rice Stonuham will move the club
. to Sn rranciwo, but he would 'like
to VrioW who will RV a bill of $525,.
ui.ei( it tne enirt t meae.
,lf :th-mayor 'of San Francisco
or another philanthropist, does not
pick it up, the (jiants must. ine
sum represents rental and taxes
on the roio urounos plant at
254.40 for the next four years.
"It- is an obligation," : Feeley
stressed "Possibly another tenant
could be produced during the term
oC the lease to relieve us in full or
part; hut at this time we have to
assume that we must pay it if we
Demolition of the Polo Grounds
also, could be charged to the Giants
he treasurer explained that this
tatter would nave to De negotiat
ed .with tha owners, the Coogan
Estate;- vr .f ..'-r.?.".
Feeley has ben: astoclated with
Giant" finances since and a
club officer since 144. He has a
habit of worrying for the uninhi
bited 1 Stonehem ever such tria
item, as halt-millionJollar tabs.
Horace on Tuesday told stock
holders Cf the National Exhibition
Co., which holds the franchise,
that he anticipated a prom of f iw, iw,-000
000 iw,-000 to $300,000 in San Francisco
He did not bring up the sum of
$131,254,40 due on the, lease and
taxes in I958,f which would reduce
his minimum "of 420Q,000' in SF to
less -than he netted in the Polo
Grounda last season. ':
Upkeep Reportn Error
Giarft, profit fa 1956 was" not $22, $22,-860
860 $22,-860 as cited by Stoneham to the
stockholders, but $81,415, Feeley
admitted. The latter figure was
filed, ;vith I tbe'vCfellerr ubcDmmit
tee. ' .'- .'"''.'
A report on the stockholder meet meeting
ing meeting had stated that the v Giants
"pay. $600,000 to,$800,ooo renf for
the Polo -Grounds. In rebuttal, Fee Fee-ley
ley Fee-ley readitff these. 1956 costs from
his record: ent of Polo Grounds
$55,000, taxes on same $42,290.40,
rent Of parking lot $19,000, 4axes
on same $14,472, and taxes of $492
for the use tif 59th St. for park parking."
ing." parking." v ..v
The total was the 131,254.40 which
Feeley had noted as' an annual
obligation through the' 1961 base baseball
ball baseball season. t.
Reports, of upkeep s high as
$350,000 were denied by Feeley.
He said that he recently Mated on
path at a tax hi aring that maim
nance ef thu Polo Grounds was
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0 i a ril
"over $200,000," and that it would
have been to his advantage to 'of 'offer
fer 'offer considerably higher, figure,
if 'true, : . -'.!
-The parking' lot paid, for itself
last year, ine club received $196.
141- in concessions receipts,:: which
paid PG charges and a part of
In fact, the whole topic: of irofit
! : . i : : v- i
is iiuie reiauve,. in view Ol uiani
ngures submitted to Celler.
Although the club reported a pro-
lit ot only jyi, 91a, it led the Wa Wa-tional
tional Wa-tional League in salaries to offi officers
cers officers at $142,500 and in. "others ex-1
penses," aside from payroll, farms
and such, at $l,768,8W. s:;i Clt: i
Officer Salaries Highe r;'
That's their business, but in view
of Stoneham's charge that New
York, will not support three teams
and probably not two, it is interest interesting
ing interesting to see-Aowhisiprofit lould have
been, much higher. ,I:the Giants
kept officer salaries and the f in incidentals"
cidentals" incidentals" even as Alow a' the
league champion Brooklyn t club,
the Poio- Grounds profit would
have been $203,630, The Dodgers
were $30,300 lower in salaries to
officers, and $90,000 lower in "ex "extras."
tras." "extras." -,., .-
Further, if Stoneham had kept,
rne football Giants when they were
willing to renew.a contract, be be-foil)
foil) be-foil) they Went to Yankee Stadium
last jason. the club profit would
be $60,000 to $120,000 higher.' Those
last two are his own figures.' :
Also, as lor New, York support.
Horace may forget that he netted
$395,725 the last time he present
ed a reputable team, in 1954, with
Polo Grounds conditions, Just, about
me same a a present. v
Meanwhile,' as Horace eves'Cali-
fomia and don't forfiet Minnea
polis.' because, be xaa change his
mind ia a minute --Feeley is look looking
ing looking for some one to pick up the
tag iot mat nau-mu. --
Sports Shorts :
BOSTON (UP) Ted Williams
was credited 'today with. new
major league record for, intention intentional
al intentional bases on balls in one season.
The Bosto- Red Sox' slugiicr
was walked intentionally 'once in
each game of a douMeheader Sun Sun-dayraising
dayraising Sun-dayraising his total for the cam campaign
paign campaign ; fo 27e,The previous big
league record of 26 was -held bv.
Duke Snider of the Brooklyn,
Cup For 21st
, f By JOHN CARROLL ,' 4
PITTSBUllGH (UPJ-The Unit
ed "States, buttressed by experi experience
ence experience and Uie tradition of winning.
Iretained a firm grasp on the
day but the youthful ind will
ing British challengers warned
they'll be waiting in 1958 with an another
other another year's competition to tough
en their game. . w. (
( Anicica's iwomen tcniiis' titans
rolled to a 6-1 victory at nearby
jLdfjeworth ( lub Sunday and Sat Saturday
urday Saturday to keen" the international
challenge cup here for the 21st
time n a rt w and the 25ih time
in the 29 years of competition.
Ncn-nlayine British captain-Mrs.
Mnry Halford cautioned, however,
my gins are young, w& hope to
do better next yf&r. t
"It was a .wonderful tourua tourua-inem,':
inem,': tourua-inem,': she said, "but I'm afraid
now .lt is 28 'year since wa've
held the cup. I only hope: it won't,
be 8fc W e lost to a better 'team in
fair and square play." '.
Legsy Althea Gibson, 29-year-old
' iMclv-n singles champion
from JIavleu t New Vw-k, notched
twor Ameri,n triumphs u -singles
play and tired with fat Wimble Wimbledon
don Wimbledon ;r, i' ,r-up .Darleae Hard, to
take a doubles match as the Amer Americans
icans Americans '- -movM-, ,-r w i H i y :.ov.tr the
Britisn 'a:is ,of three ?ei nscrs
and- two in Ar.tir mid-203 - ;
Doro'ny Head Knod.i of Fcst
Hills N,Y defeated 22-year-old
Brum Shirley Muo u w 4
6-1. 6 the fifth match fiat
gave Hie limited States the needed
lour victories ta clinch 'fie cup:
In a waiting game that took two
h- ir 'and 10 minutes to play, the
bearueaned Mrs.: K. node and Miss
Bloontcr v-.emed conteo to balt'e
from the bJselines and hope, for
tAeUr-'.-opponnt to mis'i ia t.fi
VOUey aT . -:!.:
,VTi-- v i
Ann Ilaydm recorded -'thai only
unusn v.'; 'try oi xn maicnes
with an impressive 6-1.. 36. C-4
triumph over power -hijiini. Miss
Hard that ion some to susDect the
nnira-ceoeo- British! soiuntaw was
an ace m nejnoie "savior ne
essential win. .- r..
naipn uugas expertise on Wavs
e on wa;
and means of killing Skeets failed
to inspire bis cc-shooters to peak
performances at last Wednesday's
Cri6tolal Gun Club boom-fest, and
nis own a ana 24 led both rounds.
Walter. Johnston s .410 score of
20 although admirable, is not con considered
sidered considered by .local observers, to ap-
piuAuimxe sis ceiung., V,'
The scheduled gunning on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, September 1, for the Leonard
M. Cambbell Skeet Troohy nlus
rumors of s' three-cornered Inter-
club team match being planned
ahould produce more -shooters
and better -eores- at succeeding
Wednesday afternoon sessions, at
which the birds appear at 4:30
and fly until dark (and sometimes
later). ; .. '.;:r::,.,; r.-
Added to Dugas' and Johnston's
triumph ovtsr the speeding clays,
the August 7 record shows: --
- "Shorty Shexnayder (20 ga.) 10
,R. C. Casanova 20
, George Lopp v? v
Doug Smith w- -'.
Biil,Branoj ( .
In' ahirdny night's Panama A A-rea
rea A-rea Armed Fprces League basket basketball
ball basketball ac'ion the league. leading Fort
Clayton Cavaliers downed the Fort
Kobbc Regulars. 71-62 and the runner-up-
Albrook Flyers beat down
the. Fort Amhdor Troopers; 100-64.
Ai iTort Kobbe tha Clayton five
built a 10 point 35-25 Intermission
margin and then lought.oif a game
Regular quintet to garner the win.
! Clayton's- well balanced scoring
attack .'was paced by center Sam
WUham3' Witn 19, forward vern
demons with 16 ant) forward Jim
Reynolds with 11. 1 -
-Forwavd Dick Hill canned 17
markers for the Regulars and
guard Dick Allen added II.
' At Albrook" the Flyers started
slowly- managing,' only an 18-J6
first period margin. 7! 0 w e v e r,
from then on out it was all Al-
bropk as the phenomenal Emmett
Bryant took charge, Bryant hit for
eight points in, the first stanza, 10
in the second, 14 in the third' and
13 in the fourth for a total of 45
points: the season's high thus far.
Forward Larry Edwards "and
guard Ron Pearson added 23 and
16 points reSiiectively to the Flyer
cause, ff i ,;.; '".
Guards Herm Daniel and Mike
Rivera hit 22 and 20 points res
pectively for Amador. 5 '
By ID SAINSBURY
CHICAGO (UP) -Diclt Mayer
nlaved to win for only four holes,
but -wo birdies on those, earned
him Tarn o Bhanters worm tour
nament and golf a biggest payday
National Open champion Maytr
finished 72 boles in 279,nine under
par with a spurt which Overcame
a deficit of five strokes to am
Snead and four to Al Balding be
fore tney oeean the last is holes.
I was on the 15th tee when I
figured out' that 5 needed a ctu
pie of birdies and they could be
heat, ne snid: -"And with those
last lour holes, it a not probaale
that you re going to get t he
piruies. : ;
' But Mayer knocked his third
shot lour feet from the pin on 15
ana aroppeo tne putt ior one
birdie. On the 16th. though trapped
on his drie. he blasted six feet
from the pin for a par, and on
the I7rn.. he flred his second shot
out of the rough nine feet from
the flag and sank the putt for the
. Make Past FjnlsV ;
It -was a last finish br the only
consistent slayer among the lead
ers on the final day of golf's rich
est tournament. Mayer, with '11
after 14 holes compared to 206 for
SneaJ. ..207 for Balding. 208 for
Mike soucnaK, zo9 ior An wan,
and 210 for uene Littler ana Shei
ley Mayfield, sever went over par
on his final round. v ;
one under, rar, -while Snead took
a 74 .and (Balding a 73.
It was Mayer's second tourna tournament
ment tournament .win, this year, the other in
the National Open, and the prize
lifted him well in front of the field
in money winnings. Going into the
World, he -had been seventh in
earings wUh $15,835.
Balding and Snead tied for sec
Golf Payday By Winfiil
' KNEE HIGH Backs Dick James, Dale Atketon and Eddie
LeBaxon, left to right, had kne operations durire the
season, but assure Coach Joe Kuharich ef the Washington
Heejkina that they're perfectly sound now and reedr to ro.
Harris 1$ i'
By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW VCRK'"("NEA)-1 That's an
important date Floyd Patterson, is
waiting for this month.
iWe don't mean "Aug. 22 when he
supposedly receives $250,000 f o r
taxing cn reie anenmcner.,, i"
Seattle. Wa. mean the fight of two
nigbts; before,..when Roy Harris of
cut, and snoot, lex. iignis wiiue
i This is. the bout which will prove
whether Harris is a bonafide- hea-
vvweieht challenger. If Harris, me
24-vear-old arammar school teach
er who is undefeated in 21 profes
sional starts can again eutmanuv
er the speedy rasirano, iubh
Patterson,- Cus D'Amato, E m f 1
Lence and Company "will have an
opponent who lends himself to -big
gates as easily as the people at
Gut and "Shoot ip moonshine.
! Tiw Vlacu'sK" who -handles Haf-
ris' busihess, -says title fight will
be an automatic target If Roy
wins the Florida encore r
"The onlvi nuestions;" he 'says
"would 1ae whether we'd fight i
ripa stadium 6r Indoors at the
Houston Coliseum or go to New
D'Amato would be craar ., not
to come: to Houston. We could
a too too : and nobody
would do anything but buy .tick
ets, i '
Based on the publicity wheels
now turning, Harris is going to be
bally hooed to xamastie proportions
ond, each winning $7,500 while
George Bayer and Littler tied for
fourth each getting $2,750. :
- Seuchsk Fifth Per 2Cs.
Fifth money of t $2,000 went to
SouchaJf," wilh 2S2,,swhile,' BoB.Ros BoB.Ros-burg,
burg, BoB.Ros-burg, Dow Finsterwald' and Wall
shared seyenth at 284, each win winning
ning winning $1,800.- Others to break par
were Arnold Palmer and, Jerry
Barber at 285. w i n n i n g $1,500
each, Mayfield at. zsa for 71,300,
ana hod Harris, Marty rurgoi,
Ed Oliver, Earl Stewart and Bill
Casper at 287 for $1,000 each.
The womffl pros scrap for $6,-
000 lop priz money ended in a tie
between Patty Berg, Chicago, and
Fay Crocker," Montevideo, Uru Uruguay,
guay, Uruguay, each shooting a final-round
76 for 502, two under par. They
"will .play off to determine- the
winner todsy with the loser of the
extra round taking second money
of $2,000. : '
Clifford Ann Creed. Opeloiisas.
La., won- the women's amateur
title with 317,- 10 strokes, better
than "Lois Drafke,' Chicago, and
Don Cherry. Wichita Falls. Tex..
took ice men's amateur with &n.
Rivalry 'To Co Into
Final Race Of Year
KB ISTIANST AD Sweden (UP)
The bitter rivalry of two Italian
auto firms. Ferrari and Maserati.
will go to the final race 01 the
year, th Grand Prix of Venezuela
on. Nov. 3. to decide the ,1957
world championship. -.
Frrrl had rhanrn in rlinrh
(t Sunday in the Swedish Grand
rax for special sports cars, but
Maserati. took. lira t and third
places to a second and fourth for
Ferrari, and the official point to
tal in tie year's races bow la Jl
for FerrarC 27 for Maserati.
If He Beats
and quickly. In the past month, ''
his gun and knife sluglng homer
town of 190 population has been I
clogged, with photographers and I
writers from every national ma
gazine of any importance.
"When he. beats Pastrano," Vis Vis-cusi
cusi Vis-cusi advises, "the newspaper build
up wm oe tremendous. woDooy
has seen this guy on television
I got: to be tremendous. Nobody
has. seen this guy on television. I
gqt to be a sucker to let people
see this guy for free.' Not when he
comes with a background like tma.
For Harris, they got to Pay."
4 Harris is an authentic,, colorful
figure, cut and; Shoot, 40' miles
north of Houston, is the last out
post of the old shoot-'em-up Texas.
The Harris family and its neigh
bors are unnhibited when it
comes to the social niceties his
uncle still 'carries a couple of 43's
on his hips and liquor is distilled
Dy practically everybody. A clean
pair of overalls and a pair of
snoes constitutes going-out clothes
to the coonskin-cap wearing citi
zens of tne smau swamp-country
place, v -- ". ;
But Haris background won't
sell tickets if, Pastrano,: be of the
left, jab and quick legs, defeats
him'. Harris beat Willie on June
11 in Houston. But Miami Beach
is now Willie's home town and the
notion is ; that anvthina reaso
ably close might go to aybody
bHt-Harii.pl'-''1- -.-'-K -uvsw-. ,.
On paper,- Harris record' looks
finn H h hpitpn Phnrlv Nnr-
kus, Joey Rowan, Bob Baker and
He has the size six -feet,: 190.
Coming from- the wildernes en
vlronment of hard living, he has
the: strength. ,f'yr"-p
; But there are some questions
about Haris. His neck, for -one
thing, is only 15Vi,, small for a
heavyweight and you usually find
a guy with a thin neck on the
floor every now and then.
Baker deposited Harris there in
an early round and. Dusty Bettor,,
Baker's manager. recalls' t h e
punch as being nothing extraor
"But Harris got up as game as
you want," Dusty notes.
Harris appears awkward. He has
a quick left hand, but has a habit
Usm efeslly, eew Atria with
Pntopii lHtunei at effective
as all leading deodoaais tested.
ArtiJ stops odor m tmua tad
kft it away fat 24 hours.
N0HaflnlnBArrid is ap
proved by die Americaa laiti laiti-cute
cute laiti-cute ef Ltuadering.
Don't b half soft.
sW compUtaly saf,
to bt sure).
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j 'f'QUAU n RUM:
. -' Jp : .TWO ARE
Big Money Fight
Pastrano In Rematch
of 'leading with his right: which
Jack Dempsey, who worked ohe
of his fights.' would like to see
mm 101 get. '
Renting Pastrano, he: nullified
Willie's flopping' left baud and
dug hard to the body with enough
rights to take a healthy decision.
Why Viscusi. who certainjy has
been around Jong enough to recog-
nte money, v is putting Harris
righr back In with the cagey Pas-
trano and gambling, all oa, it-
is niiuiuec 01 uiose weira 'Diiv roi
business which has helped buiing
to mi tne .suasin: recenr years.)
"But it he.wins.lt and .l.think
this- is tiieif softest jtouch -. around
for him -then- we have no swor
ries; about.; anything.- but a- litis
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THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE s' : V,
f; ' FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2.0740. ''n
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a mrftwam .
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." FOR HINT: BMutiful chilrt,
! 1 fc.Jroonn. dining rom..mpl
P.ry Hill N.. 19 OH
Tl. 2-1 Z0 during oic hourly
FOR MNT: Nw chlt. S
1 : kfdroomt, IMnf-JJit room.
maid room, porch nd t9.
" Cmir Patoo Cincuontanano and
v Francitco) Tol. i-3005.
FOR RINT: Pr '";
riotly fumithod houit with all
faciliriM. to marrlod coupU. Ca Call
ll Call 50 and 15th P.ltilU. T.I.
, Baldwin furnished apartment
'"'at $int Clara Beach. Tlphn
Smith. Balboa 3681.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
'1 Reach Hous. hono Balboa
2130, nin to twlv noon. Mon-
day through Friday.
PHILLIPS Oeoanldo Cottage
Santa Clara. Box 1190 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phono Panama
3-1177, Cristobal 3-173.
. LAS VEGAS, Nev., Aug. 13
((UP) The Atomic Energy Com Com-inisslon
inisslon Com-inisslon lost a battle with the
(weather early today and was
forced to-call the 15th postpone postponement
ment postponement In the firing of its "Shas "Shasta"
ta" "Shasta" nuclear device. -i
The test was set for 5 a.m..
but less than an hour before the
(device was to be triggered top
is 500-foot tower scientists de de-tided
tided de-tided that wind conditions could
earry' fallout over populated a a-frea
frea a-frea near the Nevada Proving
jGrounds. The AEC will try again
ad. the same time .tomorrow.
I ; The much-delayed ''Shasta"
rtest originally was scheduled Ju July
ly July 29. Unfavorable weather lead
to the postponements, a record
inumber for the 1957 test series.
Two other tests will be delayed
it least 10 days because of the
setback hi the AEC's schedule.
Guilty On Eaypi's
' CA1BO. Aug. 13 (UP) Amer American
ican American archaeloglst Charles A.
Muse.was found srullty todav of
tryi'fT to smuggle antiquities
. out of Egypt and of Illegal mon money
ey money dealings.
. He received a suspended sen sentence
tence sentence of 13 months and wns
fined 19,000 pounds (about $58,-
He pleaded Innocent to both
charges on grounds he was com completely
pletely completely Ignorant of Egyptian law.
The prosecution asked 7 to 10
years imprisonment and a fine.
- Muses also faces trial before
the Cairo criminal court on
charges of possessing unlicensed
; LEGAL NOTICE
' UNITED STATES OP AMERICA
fUoitee' States District Ceurt Far The
District ( TIM. Canal Zen '.
Division of Balboa
Margaret K. Small plaintiff, vs. Fre Frederick
derick Frederick B. Small, defendant Summons
Case No. 4Mi Civil Docket 21 Action
To the above-named defendant;
' You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed In the
abomotUUed action within ninety Uyij
after too fliet publication.
In caaa of your failure to aa appear
and answer. Judgment wiU be taken
acsipet you by default far the relief I
leinVidM ta'th' complaint.'"
V.9TNI5S the Honorable Guthrie T.
CrOH. Judge. United State District
Ceuri far the DiMrict of the Canal Zone,
CsuaieVufuot i. INI.
' 1 C. T. McCenalrk, Jr. 1
11 By Sara e U Peas
Chief Deputy Clerk
TKPrederick B. Small
. Tpf t oreaoing mnunon ia sen-ed ud ud-W
W ud-W y by publication pursuant to the
ordf of the Monerabi Guthrie F.
Cnwr. Juoie. Vnltea States Dutrict
Courf for the Dwnct of the Canal
Cera dated Augurt V I7. and. enter.
, d (and filed In this- octton Hi tb of of-ftcof
ftcof of-ftcof the Clerk of aaid -United States
DtetBct Couft tor the Divkne. of Bal.
kess'osi August i. 1ST. -
c. T., Mecaeealrfe. Jr.
Bv Save la Peaa
Chhrf Depaty Clerk
Canter "H" Ac tHriea St.
ATTINTION. 0. I.I Jut built
modom furnUhod apartmantt. I,
2 a td roe mi. hot, cold wator.
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT -Spaeiout two-bad-room
unfurnished apartment in
tin residential district, Rivier
Rulldini. Call Panama 2-1661
during office kauri.
FOR RENT: Furni.h.d Ef Efficiency
ficiency Efficiency apartment fully equip equip-od
od equip-od kitchen, hot water, daily maid
service. Call: Art y Decoracion
3-7425, 3-6699. Edificio Cam Cam-pa
pa Cam-pa Alogre across Hotel Panami.
FOR RENT: Recently built
apartment to responsible couple,
last 90th. strt No. 61, San
FOR RENT: Furnished attrac attractive
tive attractive apartment in 'Gloriole"
Building (third house on sid
street across front Hotel Ei Pa Panama).
nama). Panama). $90.00. Apply next door
at Foto M Halcon. Tel. 3-1179
FOR RENT: In modern build building,
ing, building, furnished apartment, 2 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms 4th street No. 22-13,
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military inspected'. Via Fe Ferris
rris Ferris No. 99. Phono 3-2068.
FOR RENT: Military inspect inspected
ed inspected furnished or unfurnished onc oncer
er oncer two bedroom apartments,
all conveniences, 4 of July Ave.
FOR RENT: Beautiful modem
furnished two bedroom apart apartment,'
ment,' apartment,' including houseware. Ave.
Peru No. 37-48.
B-47 Flies Non-Slop
Guam To Morocco
ORLANDO. Fla:. Aug. 13 (UP1
A B47 Stratojet bomber of the
Strategic .Air Command streaked
nearly half way around the world
in 22 hours and 50 minutes, Pine Pine-castle
castle Pine-castle Air Force Base announced
Air Force officials here said the
bomber landed today at Sidi
Siimane.Air Fprce base, in Mbrpc-
co after completing the 11,450'
mile non-stop flight from Ander Ander-son
son Ander-son Air Force Base in Guam.
They said the bomber flew at
an average speed of 520 miles per
hour on the flight 1 that crossed
Japan, the North American conti continent
nent continent and the Atlantic Ocean. The
six-jet medium bomber received
"numerous" refuelings during the
Another Stratojet recently set a
record of 45 hours and 19 minutes
for a round-the-world flight.'
Officiuls said the B47 was under
the command of Brig. Gen. James
V. Edmundson, deputy director of
Officials said the B-47 was under
veteran of 139 combat missions in
World War II and Korea, he was
credited with sinking the first
Japanese submarine at the out outbreak
break outbreak of World War II.
The Air Force identified the pi pilot
lot pilot of the bomber as Lt. Col. Les Leslie
lie Leslie E. Gaskins, 35, of Peebles,
Ohio, who flew 30 B-17 combat
misions in World War II.
The navigator was Maj. Leon
M. Burgess, 41, of Gadsden, Ala.
The co-pilot was 1st Lt. Robert L.
Yarbrough, 24, of Mobile, Ala.
All of the crew members are
attached to t h e 321st Bombard Bombardment
ment Bombardment wing at Pinecastle-
British VVon'l Talk Talk-On
On Talk-On Alleged U.S.
Arms In Use In Oman
LONDON. Aug. 13 (UP1 Brit-
ish officials clamped a curtain of
secrecy today on captured rebel
arms from Oman which, newsmen
on the spot said are American American-made.
made. American-made. Samples of the hand grenades
and ai.o anti tank mines were
flewr. from Bahrein yesterday for
formal idetification at the war
A Bahrein dispatch today said
the sample should have arrived by
now. But a War Office spokesman
said they had not yet beea receiv received,
ed, received, The Foreign Office declined all
comment on the subject.
II was apparent that the ques question
tion question is the cause of major embar embar-rasment
rasment embar-rasment to Britaiir. which has
been anxious since Sues to avoid
sfy friction in Anglo-America re relations.
Man Who Blew Up
Home, Kids Fails
To Snuff Out Wife
YBEKA. Calif. (UP)-A 47-year-
old mifl worker blasted himself
and three members of his family
to pieces with a home-made dy-
aamite bomb Sunday but be failed
in bis real purpo to "get" bis
The tremendous explosioa killed
Wilburt Smith, maker of the
bomb: us soa, Ted, 16; his daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Charlotte Surges, 20; and his
scm-in-law. Dousla St.trEef.-2t.
Smith's .intended victim, hts
wUe, Clara, escaped without in injury
jury injury bat was sent to a hospital is
a state of bystena.
r.rAVK TntiB an with nvt nr-miit
INTERNAL. DK PUBLICACIONES-No.
BARUO-No. U "B" Street MORRISON 4th of Jul Ave. a J DL LEWIS
fiDuiru 1 1 tv icj rHiMi Aumim
VAN-DER-JIS 50 Street No. a FARMAC1A EL BATURRO Parana Lefevn
the Bella VUta Theatre.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford 4
door V8. Radiol OD. good
pgint, good tins. USES NO OIL
$275.00 Phon Balboa 2-2913.
FOR SALE: Mod.l "A" Ford
coup, good condition, $300.
Phon 3-1384 for 5 to 7 p.m.
FOR SALE: Willys Jeep,
Nous 80S4-D Margarita 3rd.
FOR SALE: 1949 Packard
4-door sedan; $225; excellent
mechanically; 4 haw recapped
tires'; on owner. Hous 327 Cu Cu-lebra
lebra Cu-lebra Road', Ancon. Phon 2 2-3011.
3011. 2-3011. FOR SALE: Dodg 1940. Good
tires, duty paid, Mercury con convertible
vertible convertible 1951, radio, power win windows.
dows. windows. E. 3dr. St. Cudundu
204 1 -A Tel. 83-7268.
FOR SALE: 1951 Nash Amb.
4-doors Sedan. Leaving Isthmus.
Call 86-6294, or see at Qtrs.
240 B, Albrook. $200.00.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packer Shippers Mover
Phono 2 245 1 -l 562
Learn Riding at '
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding It Jumping Class daily
3 t 5 p.m. Phon 2-2451
or by appointment.
.. JIM RIDGE
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama t-0552
WASHINGTON, Aug. 13 -(UP)
Defense Secretary Charles E.
Wilson swung his economy axe at
the defense industry again today.
He ordered a five percent re
duction in the 'progress payments'
made by the goverment to big
defense contractors on aircraft,
missile and other military items
which require a long time to ma
The order, effective Sept. 1, re reduces
duces reduces these installment payments
tn 70 ner cent of total costs, or
a ner cent, instead of the present
90 Der cent, of direct labor and
Wrlson said the move will
give contractors "grsatar incen incentive.
tive. incentive. for economy" when more
of their own money is involved
In producing, dofonto quipmnt.
The new order will not affect
small business suppliers who will
continue to be eligible for progress
payments of up to 75 per cent of
total costs or w per ceui t wi
and materia, costs.
Wilson's decision was the latest
in a series oi drastic measures to
cut military spending down to the
budget ceiling of 38 billion dollars
in the fiscal year which began
Yesterday he ordered the air
force and civilian contracts work work-ins
ins work-ins on air force equipment and
nroiecta. except missiles, to cut
their personnel and overhead cost
five per cent.
Race In US
WASHLNT.TON, Aug 12 (UP (UP-The
The (UP-The Senate Finance Committee to
day ordered a federal tnvesuga
tioa of torn petition betweea for
eign and domestic whisky since
It -avg the -US Tariff Com Commission
mission Commission until March 3L, 1958. to
report tack on present consump
tion, prices ana eustrouaoa ia ue
United Sates of Americas and
foreign produced whisky
The committee, beaded by Sea
Hirry r Brrd D-Va), adopted a
resolution directing the commis commission
sion commission to check into competitive
conditions ia the International
whisky trade since 1939
Some domestic producers have!
asked for higher tariffs oa import imported
ed imported wines and whisky, an (inly
those icomiag from westers Eitre Eitre-pea'
pea' Eitre-pea' countries
ir.rvrt ad mA Ainrtt it'h.
3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALOOCentral
a DniTsrunin wtt it ur v : r
The FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Marcado El Roy, offers
ef ficient filling of prescriptions
and home dlirry sarvic. Phono
3 -minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $ 5. Auto-Ba no, Trans-Isth- -mian
Highway near Scars.
Slip cover & reupholtrery, Fra
pickup fir delivery. Hares Modern
Furniture. Phon 3-4628.
In US Skyrockets
To All-Time High
WASHINGTON. Aug, 13 (UP)
Total employment, in the United
States tumped to an all-time high
of 87,200,000 last month 700,000
above the previous record set in
June, the government announced
A joint announcement by the
Commerce and Labor depart
ments also said that unemploy
ment dropped to three million a
decline of 300.000 from June.
The government said the
increase in. employment reflected
"further hiring pf young people in
All non-farm employment, ex
cent manufacturing, increased or
held steady. Factory job totals fell
a bit more than usual during the
summer to 16,700,000.
There was a slight rise Jn farm
employment in contrast to the us
ual dip following the early sum
Employment In trade remained
almost unchanged, the govern
ment. 'said, in contrast to its usual
summer drop. However, the con
tmuing. rise in construction em
pioyment was limited in some
areas by-shortages resulting from
the cement strike. I
The 'government; said non-agrir
cultural employment totaled
9,4fc000 a iBlot-half Mnis,
non over we june iigure. ina re
port said this indicated ihcreased
hirmg of students for summer
work. : v
The government said "total tin
employment was not significantly
different from the July 1956 lev level."
el." level." The seasonally adjusted ate
of unemployment in proportion to
ine civilian iaDor force contmued
steady at about 4.2 per cent.. -The
number of workers drawins
state unemployment insurance
cMecks rose by 90.000, in Julv to
neariy muu.uuo. rne report said
this was the result of "temnnrarv
plant shutlowng customary at
mis ume or year."
The rise in jobless benefits was
particularly sharp in Massachus
etts, ew yprk, New Jersey and
Pennsylvania. A total of- 50,000
employes was added to the jobless
rolls in these four big industrial
Among Top Ten
Killers In US
NEW YORK, Aug. 13 (UP)
Cirrhosis of the liver killed an
average of 49 persons a day last
year to move it un intn ti nnlr.
of the country's 10 deadliest dis
ee, uie meiropoutan Life In
surance Co reported today
Comoanv oftirial ih t BJA
thirds of the victims of cirrhosis
last year were men
Thev airl nnlv hairf :.....
cancer and cerebral hemorrhage
outrank cirrhosis in r a n n a
deaths smong the 45 to 64 sge
' Preventive mumni th miA
.. ----.IIJ B.IU,
are the best way to cope with
uve aisease inese mciuoe a "bal
-anced diet, moderation In the use
of alrnhnl nvntina a --.
jnent of infections harmful to the
liver ana keeping the weight
r .jt jav-eV
Thomas Meihixn, a native of
South Dakota, now l New
Vork City, was named Imperial
lnttata nt trt Shrin at their
annual convention in Minnebcx
olis. .Melbam is manager of the
Marhafsn cRct of the Prl Prl-cWntLal
cWntLal Prl-cWntLal life Insuraac Co.
amrp iit i.TRRKRIA PRKCIADO 7 ttraet No. It ACENCIAS
Ave. 4S LOURDE8 PHARMACY
SERVICE Ave. Tlvoll No. 4 FABMAC1A ESI ADOS IWIDOB 141 venarai avo.
i r..-. a. iu. ji rnTn nnMVJili
1 Street FASMACIA "8AS" Via Porta
FOR SALE: Thr greater In Indian
dian Indian hill mynah birds. World's
best talkers. 885 Morgan. Phon
Balboa 3169. After 4:30.
FOR SALE? RCA 21" television
set, tabl model, 60 cycle, good
condition. Call Rodman 3662.
FOR RENT: Prsktin FX, Ziss
automatic F2 lens with F4 Ziss
telephoto 135 m.m. Brand new,
$275. List value $385.00; Call
FOR SALE: "Elna sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, portable, in perfect con condition.
dition. condition. 40th street No. 2-66.
FOR SALE: Vi millon stamps,
several albums and supplies, 600
first-day covers 30 ef catalog,
mint Canal Zona 20 ever fac.
2 vases, 350 years old, Dynasty
of Mjng of China, $1000.00.
I Vicuna rug, worth $2000.00.
Make offer for this rarity. 1953
. Nasn Rambler, new tints,' red
5-passeng'r Convertible. Can be
- financed. Several misc. items.
All must" be told to liquidate as-
sets. Sec at quarters 3 37-B, Fort
Clayton, C. Z. Sunday 9 to 5 p.
FOR. SALE: 2 picture enlarg-ners-1
potabble electric sewing
machine. Call After 4 p.m.
Hous 784-B, Balboa.
FOR SALE:2x3'4 Federal
rilargcr,' brand new but several
years old; $35, price includes 3
developing tanks; glass grad.
various siies; rubber trays) 3
11x14, 2 8x10, 2 5x7, misc.
naml trays; Hous 327 Cute- i
bra Road, Ancon; phone 2-301 1.
FOR SALE: 3 -h p. vilter air
conditioning plant, smalt repairs
needed. Open to offers. British
Embassy. Caja d Ahorro build building.
ing. building. Fifth floor.
FOR SALE: Gas-driver heavy heavy-dutw
dutw heavy-dutw lawn mower. Very good
condition. E 3rd St. Curundu
2041 -A Tel. 83-7268.
FOR SALE Two tame mares,
suitable for children. Phon 3 3-3903.
3903. 3-3903. -
FORvSALE; Larg eutsidtt par-
rot cag, with stainless steel
feeders. Mahogany- chast' of
drawars. 460 Ancon., v
Probably Will Be
Next, Solon Says
WASHINGQTN,. Aug. 13 (UP)
A United States Congressman
who has proposed an investiga investigation
tion investigation of Communist activities in
Latin America .has suggested
that President Jose Figueres of
Costa Rica and former president
Rafael I Trujillo. of the Domi Dominican
nican Dominican Republic may be the net
top Latin -American victims of
Th jossibilityv--was advanced
Dy ttep. uaraner k. witnrow in
a letter to Chairman .Howard
Smith of. the House Committee
on Rules. The committee has for
consideration a resolution by
Wlthrow which would authorize
the House Committee .on For Foreign
eign Foreign Affairs to investigate and
report on Communist efforts and i
influences m Latin America.
The letter, dated Aug. 7, was
published today in the appendix
of the "Congressional Record."
In lt Wlthrow referred to the
assasinatlons of President Jose
A. Remon of Panama, President
Anastasio Somoza of Nicaragua,
and President Carlos Castillo
Armas of Guatemala.
Of Luxury Liner :
Damaged By Blaze
YOKOHAMA. Japan, Aug) 13
(UP)-. Fire damaged three state staterooms
rooms staterooms of thr American luxury lin liner
er liner President Cleveland today just
before it docked here from Hono Honolulu.
lulu. Honolulu. ;. . :
There were no casualties among
the crew and 550 passengers
aboard. Tba fire was believed to
nave been caused by a short cir circuit
cuit circuit in a stateroom on "A" dick
oT ihe 1559-ton American Presi President
dent President Lines ship.
Officials said the President
Cleveland would continue oa. to
Manila o schedule.
Suit, Shoes, Teeth
Washington! Aug. is (Upv-
A 1,200 pound weight from a lock
la the tower of th old Post Office
building her broke from its Cable
last Oct 10-and fell 50 feet dowa
the tower shaft.
It ripped through the ninth floor
of the building and 'was stopped
by two rteel beams In the eighth,
floor ceiliaf (
Beneati. the beams wss Mrt-I
thew M. Epsteia, S Justice De Department
partment Department employe for 22 years.
PI ester and tile showered oa him,
knockicn him out and sending him
to the hosprtti for 16 days.
. The Senate
eat le the
parr of shoes
today parsed and I I II
Houm a biU to pay I I IN
87 for new suit.' a f I I II
and aa wpper l
182 La Garramiillla ABMACIA LOM.
AmMmeiii Ave. and 33 St. O) FARM ALIA
111 NOVEDADE1 A THIS w Boiid
', FOR SALE: Frigidair refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, 8 cu. ft, in xcllnt condi condition.
tion. condition. Reasonably priced. Call at
No. 26 Call 32 Est, Apt. 5
(second, flight). From 7:00 p.m.
on. i'r '
FOR SALE) Double Bds, corn corn-plat
plat corn-plat 29.00; Wardrobes, 1 9.00;
Cots, 7.50; China Closets,' 12.50,"
Licererasf 29.00; Aluminum
' Folding Chair, 9.50; Vanities,
45.00; 7pc. Living Room Suit,.
49.00; Chairs, from 1.50; Tables,.
Springs, Mattresses; etc. Cash or
Credit, Household Exchange, 41
Auto Rw, Tels. 3-4911, 3-.
UN To Hold Special
Session To Discuss
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Aug.
13 (UPKA majority of U.N. mem members
bers members har voted in favor of holding
a seven-da v sneciai session on
Hungary before the General As
sembly convenes formally next
month, it was reported today.
Informed sources said notices
will go out during the next few
days summoning U.N. members
to a special session Sept. 10. This
year's regular assembly convenes
Technically, the Sept. 10 meet'
ing.will be a continuation of last
year's General Assembly, which
adjourned jn March with the un understanding
derstanding understanding that it could be re recalled
called recalled to debate Hungary or the
middle east. j ;
A 150 000 word report on Rus
sia's repression of Hungary's 1950
revolt, prepared by a special five
man U.N. investigating committee,
will be discussed at the special
WASHINGTON (UP) P o s t-
master General Arthur E. Sum-
merfield fbday introduced a new
do-it yourself system to cut down
on long waiting lines in front of
parcel post windows.
The nation's larger post offices
started distributing booklets, tell telling
ing telling at a glance the i mailing costs
in ounces of packages sent any anywhere
where anywhere in the United States ot its
territories. ;. : v
The postal chief said that! the
new booklets will simplify t the
bresent "complex" formula for
postage charges based on weight
and distance. ;.'. ', .' y
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' CHOICE I 1952 VBUICK Hardtop R&dioTintad
VISIT OUR ULTRAMODERN SHOWLOT
PANAMA 3-7010 1 AUTO ROW COLON 446
i ,1, ,. i i i i a ps
9 J7 !'
. 111 1 i -"s ci j irrrzj i i rrrrn rm rm r. i t j ca.
WANTED i Secretary, fmla
i : with .knowledge f English and
t Spanish Correspondenc. Apply
i t Peikard, Zona Libra, Colon;..
Martin,. S. A.,,Av. Justo Arose Arose-mena
mena Arose-mena No. 37-1 1, offers xcllnt
' opportunity ; to on xprincd
bilingual executive secretary and -one
bilingual clerk-typist, refer-
nces rquird. Apply afternoons
only. 1 H
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
Dr. Wandahak. Medical Clinic,
day. and night service. s Opposite
Chs Bank. Telephon. 2-2479.
FOR SALE: Two bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished hous, 4 lots. Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Phon 2-3753.
FOR SALE: 1012 Squar. Me Meters
ters Meters f beautiful hill-top land.- A'
King' view, Littl off main road
Rio. Aba jo. Sacrifice price, must
sell quick See' Durcy after 5 p.
m. 91 Street East No, 55 San
WANTED : Good housekeeper
i for. 2, Cook and, live in. Refer-
nces. Call Navy 3087 after
a ,x '-'. I
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MlLiTARY "TRESSM--Havlnehis Ions; locks eomoerl
; y buddy is this soldier of the FirstRegiment of the King of Sar Sar-,
, Sar-, mla's-Grenadiers; founded in 1659. Looking on, left, back-
'; ground, is his counterpart in the fegiments"infonn Of a century,
-later. ; The- picturesque display of militarr uniform "Thmiurv.
-.- the Ages,"-was helc in Rome's
Radio W.S.W. ...... $
PONTIAC' CATAL1NA 6 Cly.
Radio -- 2 tone W.S.W.
, ; uiass i xone 1 w.o.vv.
I IQe.-; MFPr.URY ConvortihU
2ton Radio W.S.W,
PONTIAC 4-Door Radio
OLDSMOBILE 4-Door 98
Radio 2 tona 8. CyL .
FAST FRIENDLY FINANCING
POSITION WANTED: -- Win
offer to position as a 'marina or j
ship yard supervisor, automotive
service manager or any good of- -far
in thp fleet or truck manag-
merit lin. Which could be ac
cpd at later data. Ha v 15
years (xperience in the above
field. Writ Box 499 J, Juste A A-rosemena,
rosemena, A-rosemena, Panama. j
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v ACCUSED SPY IN COURT Flanked by two O.S. marshals, accused Russian tpy.col. Rudolf
' Ivanovlch Abel Is brought into Federal Court in Brooklyn, N.Y., for arraignment. Abel, who
asked for time to get a lawyer, was ordered held pending a hearing.
Spy-hunters Seek Prominent American Woman'
WASHINGTON, All 13 (UP)
i Th Snat Intarnal &cunty
" tubeommittw today gommond
' Hollywood producer Boris Mo Mo-rrot
rrot Mo-rrot to identify tho "prominon
Amorican woman" whc oxpotod
him to tha Ruaslant at a Unit Unit-,
, Unit-, ad States undercover agunt.
, rnnnspl Robert Morris announc
ed that a subpena hat been issued
lor Morros to appear oeiore me
Senate Communist investigating
trrnnn on Auff. 21.
! He added that Morros might
wish to appear voluntarily, rather
than under legal order.
, The 62-year-old producer-com-oser
vesterday revealed that he
Jiad worked for 12 years as a U U-uited
uited U-uited States countetagent in a
Jled spy ring in this country.
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Cloak-and-Dagger Man to Reds
In his statement,' Morros Mid
that while in Moscow conferring
with Russian secret police offi officials,
cials, officials, a "prominent American
woman" had told the Soviet em embassy
bassy embassy in Washington of his con.
nections with American ihtwlll
The result, he added, was a
"close shave" with the Russian
The Senate subcommittee coun counsel
sel counsel told a reporter that Morros
will be specifically asked about
speculation that the prominent
woman is Martha Dodd Stern.
Mrs. Stern, daughter of the
late U.S. embassador to Germa Germany,
ny, Germany, am' her wealthy husband,
Alfred K. Stern, are reported to
have f'd behind the Iron Cur Curtain
tain Curtain from Mexico City rather
than face questioning on their
alleged Communist activities in
Morros refused to say yesterday
whether Mrs. Stern was the wom
an who had exposed him to the
Russians out said ne naa Known
her in 1950.
The New York Daily News said
today that Mexican sources had
disclosed that the couple liquidat liquidated
ed liquidated more than 1 million dollars in
securities und fled to Prague,
The Sterns have been sought by
a Federal Brand jury here for
questioning in connection with So
They had persistently refused to
leave Mexico and were reported
to he on the verge of deportation
The Daily News said that aft after
er after liquidating their assets they
boarded a Dutch airliner for
Amsterdam and there made
plana connections for Prague.
Mrs. Sterns' father, William E
Dnrlil. was U.S. abassador to Ger
many from 1933 to 1938. He died
Morros, baby faced composer
of "The Parade of the Wooden
bowed out yesterday as a cloak-and-dagger
agent with the 'charge
that Soviet espionage has made
considerable inroads in this coun
The .62-year-old movie director-
composer, who spent 12 years pos
ing as a "millionaire" Russian
spy while actually serving as an
American agent, said the Soviets
have recruited many "important
people" to 'steal U.S. secrets for
The chubby, pink-cheeked Russian-born
master counter spy told
a story ready-made for Hollywood
at a news conference in the U.S.
attorney's office in the federal
couil house. It marked the first
official public disclosure of his
daring underground venture,
which ended with the arrest of
five top spies and nearly cost him
"I kow from personal informa information
tion information jrul experience," he said,
"that Soviet espionage has made
considerable infiltration in this
Reds Want' Contacts
"Many of the Soviets' most ac
five workers in this country don't
come from the rank and file, nor
the underprivileged. They are!
people who have the kind of con.1
ucts which will be useful to the
Soviets and they are being paid
to do their Job of treason to the
Moros said many of Russia's
American agents are financially
independent and some are held in
high esteem. One, he said, is a
"promient American woman"
who almost gave him away once
as a counter-spy.
The appearance of Morros, a
naturalized U.S. citizen, marked
o official end to his service to
Uie U.S.. government as a spy and
witness. Hours of detailed testi
mony by Morros before a federal
grand jury brought the arrest of
Jack and Myra Soble and thalr
co-spy Jacob Albam and Georfe
and Jane Foster ZUtorski: anoth
er husband-and-wife team of al
fvow he hopes to r e s n m e his
Hollywood movie career, which he
left a considerable financial sacri-fice-.after
Hall" ia 1947.
: Paid Per Services ;
It was learned ia Washington
the U.S. government paid Morros
for bis services, but how much
wa not disclosed.
Moros, who speaks Russian
I Li,mvv-n,i, .. mm
SENTENCED Confessed Rus Russian
sian Russian spy Myra Soble arrives at
Federal Court in New York
where shevwas sentenced to
five-and-one-half years In
prison4 Myra, her husband,
Jack, and Jacob Albania' had
admitted they apled for Rus Russia
sia Russia and passed defense secrets
to the Kremlin.
and eight other languages fluently
said he was approached by c the
Keds m 1945 and asked -' to be a
spy. He immediately went to the
government and two years later
disappeared from his Hollywood
haunts to pass on to the Russians
"secret documents" approved by
the t m.
Morros, dressed in a white suit,
white shirt and white tie, smiled
often and alternately licked and
bit his lips as he talked to re reporters.
porters. reporters. He punctuated his com
ments by -pointing his index finger
forward and cocking his thumb
as though be were' aiming a gun.
l nave never been a spy be
fore," he said. "I don't know
where I found the courage to do
it ,the first time, but believe me,
to tell the truth, I don't think I
could do it again."
He said he had to play a more
realistic role than any actors he
naa ever directed in Hollywood.
A poker face was required, he
said, especially on a 19-day trip
to Moscow during which he per persuaded
suaded persuaded the Russians he was their
man and on another occasion
when he narrowly escaped detec detection.
tion. detection. She Was Suspicious
The first time, he said, the
prominent American woman"
told the second secretary of the
Soviet embassy in Washington she
was suspicious of Morros.
This womans' report on me was
receiver in Moscow wniie 1 was
there conferring with the heads of
the Russian secret police," he
Morros did not elaborate on this
except to say that "I got out of
mat one au rignt." ;
- The second close shave occurred
last July in the Russian-controlled
East Zone of Germany while he
was watching a Rusian movie.
He said he met a former Holly
wood cameramen, VUdimin Pov-
sncr, wno cave him a run around
about a lunch date and acted sus
"I got a cable containing one
word 'cinerama,' which means
come nume at once, your, life Is
in danger," Morros said, so be
flew tack to New York.
Three days later the Soble. and
Albam were indicted on the basis
of testimony Morros had given
Morros said be saw the Zlatov Zlatov-skis
skis Zlatov-skis ia Paris sad they apparently
accpted him as one of them, until
night wbei; hermet Mrsw
.laiovm after sbe bad been drink-
Ulg . ; 4J
"She said to me- 'Boris, aome-
cor i con i believe you re a Com
BiiMtst,"' Moros said
He said' he laughed the remark
off and the subject never wss
bronght up again.
LONDON Aug. 13 (UP)-A Lon London
don London newspaper today offered : to
give away a tall,, handsome man
who is' willing to do any things things-provided
provided things-provided it's legal. He Is the prize
package in a contest open to one
and all, even American house housewives.
wives. housewives. The i Daily, Sketch announced
only the prize but nothing yet a
bout the rules of the contest.
The prize is f a idream eome
true; according to) the' newspaper,
He is former Army Map Edgar
Christopher Charles Elkins row
ell. A full figure news i. photo
showed him wearing a monocle
and bowler hat. Take Sway the
fripperies and he looks like Gary
"He's Six foot two inches tall
and fighting fit. He can drive a
car, ride a horse, fence, and
handle a sun.
"He can dance, "X play cards,
loves children. He is. at home in
a pub. a club or a castle. f
"He is honest, reliable and the
sou) of discretion. "He will do
anything for you but it must be
Among the things he will do,
the tabloid said, are: "Ask the
boss for a raise for you give
your neighbors a piece of your,
mind . propose for you give
you a home permanent ... be
your uniformed chauffeur for a
day . write love letters ... tell
your son the facts of life ; ; es
cort your old aunt around London
. chaperon your daughter .
He will even "jump out of an
"You name it. he'll do'it."
That was lust the way Powell
wanted it. The, whole circulation
stunt came about when Powell in
serted an ad for a job in the Daily
Sketch Saturday, v
The Daily Sketch decided to
nire mm on me spot and tnen
larm mm otufor a while to
whoever wins the contest.
The towns of Rainbow City and
Santa Cruz will 'hold their monthly
Civil Defense meetings tomorrow
and Thursday 'respectively.
, !Tho ladies of Rainbow Git mitt
meet ai ine school at f :30 p.m.
tomorrow. The ladies of Raate
Cruz will meet at the Service Cen
ter, at p.m. Thursday. ;
All .members of the townsites
Civil Defenst Volunteer Corps are
urgea 10 auena.
The general publie is Invited,
Trie fellow who is busy pulling
his own weight seldom has any
left to throw oround. nue
Sale To Be Held
By Sears Roebuck
Next Thursday, August
19th, Sears Roebuck, 8. A.,
will celebrate the second an anniversary
niversary anniversary of its inauguration.
As a result Sears will of offer
fer offer a special ssle on that
date to be called "Anniver "Anniversary
sary "Anniversary Sale.'
Look for the advertise advertisements
ments advertisements announcing this spe special
cial special sale in The Panama A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan on August 15th and
you will have the' opportun opportunity
ity opportunity to benefit from the mar marvellous
vellous marvellous prices Sears will of offer
fer offer on that date.
Rushmore Testifies 'Gonfid enti al'
Used Call Girls As Scandal Sources,
HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 11 (UP)
Howard Rushmore, former editor
of "Confidential," testified today
at the criminal libel trial of the
magazine that party .girl Frances
es de scans was "navmg ae
affair with Clark Gable when
she contributed an article oa the
movie star's former wife.
Rushmore, under eross-exami-nation
by defense attorney -Arthur
Crowley, said if iss De Scaffa.
former wife of actor Bruce Cabot,!
turned in the article on drama
coach Josephine Dilloa Cable while
encaged l a romance with Gable.
Crowley was seeking to Break
down Ku'kmorc's statement last
week that Mils De Scaifa told
htm sbe would get sensational
stories faf ."Confidential" even if
she "had to have an affair wit
the men involved."
'De you know of asy story
et th people
On Sildovn Slrike
In Lodz, Poland
' LODZ." Poland, Aug. ,1J (VtU (VtU-The
The (VtU-The Government dispatched police
reinforcements today from War Warsaw
saw Warsaw to Lodz where a sitdown strike
of streetcar Workers threatened a
After dangerous clashes yester
day the strikers barricaded them themselves
selves themselves in the city's two biggest de depots
pots depots "Tramway Qwa" and "Dam
browki'- and sent out word that
they will not budge until wage
demands are met. : '. f
The city was" tense but quiet.
although v militiamen r confiscated
film from one photographer who
tried to film the strikers. They
shouted "abuse... abuse at him
They didn't want their photos
To Give Series
Of RP Lectures
A member of the holy brother
hood of renunciates is in Panama
today ; on another leg of his tour
to disseminate "divine message
and supreme spiritual knowledge,
among, the people of tne world.
Swaml Pranavananda Saraswati
fformerlv Dr. S. P. Shukla ) is
scheduled to give a series of lec
tures here on -religious, philoso
phic, cultural and social topics.
The Swaml. who gave up this
worldly belongings to, be ordained
into Sanyas and take spiritual train
ing in the Himalayas, completed a
tour of India before bemmng his
world tour in September, 1955.
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Mamie Now Able
To Walk Unaided
At Army Hospital
WASHINGTON, Aug. 13 (UP)
Mrs. Elsenhower has recovered
sufficiently from her operation
to wallt unassisted. Tne wmte
House said, the First Lady walk
ed around' her room at Walter
Reed "Army Hospital several
times yesterday and Into its sun
parlor,, r,, i ";
The White House report said
Mrs. Elsenhower's recovery "con "continued
tinued "continued to be satisfactory'' but it
Is doubted she -will leave the
hospital this week. Her operation
was a hysterectomy. : t ::
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24 hours ending S a.m. today,
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which she obtained in that way"
Crowley asked Rushmore. -'.
. "She did obtain information
from a certain person with whore
she was having an affair at the
time,". Rushmore testified.
"Who was the persoa ; asked
"Clark Gsble, the .witness re replies,
plies, replies, adding that -the story Miss
De Scaffa contributed waSi C
Gable's first wife,
The date of the alleged "affair"
was not brought out in testimony.
Gable, still one of Hollywood's top
male stsrs, currently is married
te the former Kay spreekeu.
former wife of sugar beu Adolph
Miss De Scaffa was indicted by
the county grand Jury aloag with
the maiatine. its editors Sad
representatives but hat refused te
waive extradiUoa from Mexico City
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. P, TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 195?,
US Youths Defying
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r.lccsrena's Off-Season Bullfight
To Feature Petite
BnnriaV T.ol Montes. a petite
voung Miss from El Paso, Texas,
nrl her n-Vear-oid' panncr
Fernando Alcadevel wjll "; fight
four native duusmc u f
carena Bullring in1 a special put
of season right.
vrr. vrnnt.es. who "Is bnly 19
hirsnif i annearins here after,
having fought -in-. Mexico .City,
Guatemala, nd Costa Rica,.
From here she plans 'to go to
rn rftTnmWa..fnr'her ;flnal en-
agement befor leavine; fpr.'the
Die: Duurine' 01 ,hth1h
.-Thisr i th first time Miss
win i lntn the rfh? a
gainst native. bulls. Up to this
time she has onlyfoniht thor
oughbred bulls, and. she U sure
that it will be a new sub en enlightening
lightening enlightening experience; ; :
Lola la a Mexican by fiational fiational-ity,
ity, fiational-ity, but she has live in El Pa Paso
so Paso since she was 13. Sh learned
her bullfighting from Angel Al-
... a viro a veteran
Spanish matador., who jtawht
her the trade at the same time
he Uught his son who now
her partner.' She and Fernando
were good friends In El Paso and
when his father heard that she
was interested in learning how
to fight bulls he agreed to teach
teem both. Alcazar was then
wvinf nn a newsDsner in Jua-
rea which U right across the
border from El Paso, but h
elalms his new Job of managing
a promising young bull fighting
team is much more '. enjoyable,
especially for an old matador.,'
"Lola and Fernando both went
4.. ..t.t in v tmn whfire Enff-
llsh was spoken, but they prefer
'introduction of Gable's name
was followed with the nsming of
Desi Arasx, who co-stars with his
wife, Lucille Ball, OB television
and in the movies. Rushmore
linked -the Cuban actor-musician
wirh a Hollywood call girl.
"Do you know of any stories
obtained as a result of informa information
tion information from prostitutes" Crowley
asked, recalling that Rushmore
had testified tall girls were used
as "lures" to get information for
-Yea.". Rushmore testified. We
got a story from Ronnie QuClan
about Desi Arms based on a
statement-by a call girt." j
Miss Quills a was referred te ss
a "madira" by Rushmore ia testi testimony
mony testimony last week. In grand Jury
testimony. Miss Quillaa was iden identified
tified identified as a "call jirl" who sup-,
plied the maiario with ioforma-
'uoa for snaoy of its arUdes.
country U $afe.- (Abraham Lincoln
to" speak their native Spanish
1 As a matter of fact they say it
was ; hardly necessary for them
to learn English In El Paso be
cause most of their American
friends there spoke Spanish as
well as they spoke English.
Apparently the kids in El Paso
are' almost as interested in bull
fighting as the Mexican young
sters and Lola said she knew
over 20 American boys and girls
who regularly went from El Pa
so over to Juarez to receive in
struction in the dangerous sport.
Lola is completely in love with
her woris and like most, of peo
ple in ner profession sne Mous
es Dominguin, V the hero of all
who love the bullring. i ; v
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FARLEY GRANGER and
- JEAN MORRIS in
M, HANS CHRISTIAN
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ROSSANA RORY ia
"THE B I G
MOSCOW, Aug. 13 fUP) Tht
United States Embassy sent an"
official to the .Youtlr Festival
Village today to warn Americana
against joining Communist Chi China's
na's China's free Junket to Pelplng to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. ',
But it appeared that close to
50 American youths intended to
go through with the trip despite
the State Department ban. By
this morning, 48 had handed m
their passports or their names, r
f U.S. Ambassador Llewellyrt
Thompson 'kept himself avail
. able at the Embassy to explain
. the situation personally to any.'
' of the American youths- who
may have had doubts about
their country's position.
At the same, time, it was de decided
cided decided to send a consular official
out to the American delegation'
quarters in Festival Village. He -carried
laying down the official Ameri American
can American position. $
This mihgt produce i a few
withdrawals, but it appeared
that at least 40 Americans veie
determined to undertake the
trip, the first organized Amerth Amerth-can
can Amerth-can tour ever conducted In '.Red :
China. v -r y
The tour members leave tomo
row at 2:30 p.hv aboard a trart trart-Siberian
Siberian trart-Siberian special train, The trip
to Peiplng takes eignt days.
j, In the meantime,! the Ameri American
can American junketers were proceedlrut
wljh a businesslike organization.
: They scheduled m meeting
tonight to elect a chairman in
charge of liaison with the Red n
Chinese ? and to set up seven -committees
working out. their jirognri 1)
handling publicity;"- cultura
affairs, 'and similar items.'
It was understood that some-
Americans are requesting a side
trip to ioroiarien !Tibet. -1
The list of Americans attend
Ing was to. be submitted at the
last minute to the "All-China
Youth Federation" by Bob Wil-
liamson .of New York, head of
the preparatory committee. t
Biq Com. Fan
BERLIN, (UP) Communist
Leader Nikita Khrushchev recom
mended com to. East Germans
Sunday as "sausage on a stalk." r
Khrushchev, on a visit to a
state-run corn farm near, Magde
burg, called corn thp "king, of, the v
plants." He pointed to nine foot -stalks
and said: r
"That is -sausage on the stalk.
iiibi uuiH4 yilo ia- uccxobcaA,
that is bacon. -Now you understand
why 1 am sudh a corn fan."
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DEAN MARTIN and
JERRY LEWIS in
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