The Panama American

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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Round -the World By R ule Of Thumb

Around ht wdrld in two ana a
half years ii the aim' of Hufd
Rau who arrived here in fanama
Saturday from Baranquilla, Co-
lomhia i Huso Is fulfilling a boy
hood dream of travelling around
the world,'
He is a naive of Antwerp, Bel
eiura. When he- was very yopng
his parents would take him walk
ing around 'the harbor in ; Ant
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etntr tountrm Mi"ni pom
"and it was theiv hat ht Ci61
In 19.""' while working ak a jour
nalist for the newspaper i"Oazet
Von Ahtwerpen'V.he .- decided to
Sullfil his amUtion and hitch hike
around .the world. He planned to
make ?noney by selhng his story
to newspapers along the way, and
I by corresponding regularly with
the newspapers at, nome.
He left hme in .: 1955 with a
friend u-hft was to- do the, DhotO'
irranhv for the expedition, i- and
. they hitch- hiked from Antwerp
through France and from France
through Spajn to Gibraltar: They
left Antwerp with, about $100 and
5 since1 hitch hiking was the cheap cheap-vest
vest cheap-vest means travel they decided
. that this; wai! for them. ? v r:s
- In Gibraltar ? they took a ferry
.. to T tgier. H )
He spent som time In. Tan-
gitr working as a painter to 9t
' money to continue the trip, and
from. Tanpier he went to Algiers
-whsre-fce got a;'Uob punehinj
holes, et v steal works.';, From
Algiers h. end. his companion
! ;J;arttd South across the Sahara
' Desert fer French West Africa:,
..'Contrary: tc popular opinion the,
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camel. The reason, no camels. It
seems that. the camels have died
out around' the Sahara and there
are only a few around the small
. numbar of -oases left in the ; de desert.
sert. desert. So Hugo and h companion
. made it across the huge expanse
of ssod in six hitch hikes. .- -.-...The
first part of the trip was
" eovereJ in truck of the French
- Foreign Legion1 They experienced
: some difficulty in getting rides in
the desert because of the trouble
r the. French are having with the
.rebels in Morocco.'. '

AVhf h would HKt fq rravti

rV At.n from' whief. thsti- ihips
had cam. . -",'? ? ,i

t wnen tney reacnen rrencn west
in Gao and had to return to Bel
gium. So Hugo continuea OA south
through Africa by himself. ;
i. By this time he had covered
enough distance that he could
.sell the story of his trip to news
Yculh Goes To Jdl -Fcr
Hope Tfc:fl
OfXemsfery Lead
For
frying, to steal
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Jlfiejfry

Africa his companion got roalariaisecretary of the Army, died late

uoplics an 18-ycar-old Ra.nbow t0 mvestj and.Mi.
J.1" S.nt,P,,a8Istr,tiect on the Pacific side. As a re-

to Spend 15 days jn Jail
- In addition. Viator W." White.
Jr.. fie yoi'thful 'defendant who'
was found fuilty 'of fcnir- oth oth-petit
petit oth-petit iairet'ies. was givea an sd-
lu'Oial 60 day in 'ail

Th .irrf .Lii"in.;K ,i,.'Sevbold became Governor.

tr-Kt from Mt. Hope of 20 pounds! He resijned his portion In the
of lead, which isused to desig-iO"" of Secretary of the
bate the nmthm M mv Thl Army soon after nesotintlnm on

lead worth fbont 44, was he n.
rnoUIpJ when white stole it mil
of wet ff-me-fl t
The rJier four Larcenies involv-
the" n whtub- bsin
!r fmm Fatni- rn r.
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M?if-trat--E. I. P. Tatdman. .J-fr. Ef sy. BaU -impo
e-1 a '5 day jail sentence served ss a Cn
on each chrje, I'nlted Elates Ait Ft

Tel. Panama 2-0975 Colon 779 797

"Hugo fcau (left) and Camillo Wuhl (Seated, .recounting their

papers along the way,4 and also
-by this time the newspapers at
home had oegun to take a closer
interest lit hid trip and were from
time' to time sending- him money
in return lor stories which he
would mail them,
J He continued south through Ni-
- geria and French Equatorial A
trie a until he reached the Bel-
-gian1 .Congo." Here he msiii con connections
nections connections -with a newspaper that,
was so interested In his trip
that h continues to correspond
, with' them, 'keeping them up to ;
Aie on me men jifveiopmenr.
v From the Belgian Congo the'
bearded traveler went south' to '-desia
desia '-desia where he became t nim nim-ber
ber nim-ber of The Rnotusien Hitch Hik-V
ers Club, which is apparently an
internthonali organisation t with
affiliates In Franco, Great Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, and the United btates.
This mtde his trip through Rho Rhodesia
desia Rhodesia considerably easier anu ie
had no difficulty at all in reach reaching
ing reaching the border' of the Union of
South- Africa.
He stayed for three months In
Soutn Ai rica working on a larm
there and, oecame proficient in
Afrikaans, tne otiiclai language oi
the government of the Union, Al
so while in bouth Africa, Ra stu
died Portuguese which he knew
would be of help to mm in Bra
zil. Rau speaks eight languages--.
Dutch, his native tongue,; r rench,
wmcn u the second language in
Belgium; German, Engusn. ooan-
ish, -Portuguese, and Afrikaans.
Atter making enough money in
South AfriCMi. Rau sailed to Mon
tevideo: where he'' met Camulo
Wuht, a newspaperman who liked
Rau s -idea' so well he decided to
join him. The two have been tra-
Yeiims lugeinKr since mat ume.
Wuhl, an Austrien who went to
Montevk'uo in 1938 with his per-"
ante. Vie, tike- Rau, is alto mul-ti-li"gul
end -speaks Germ an, J
Peter Beasley, -who was close
ly associated with the -Panama
Canal operations for several
years' while serving as Special
Consultant in the office of tire
last week of a heart attack in
New York City. He was 67 years
.old. --.- -::;-..-
Mr.' Beasley made numerous
trips to the Canal Zone -while
employed In the Secretary' of office.
fice. office. He; was a close p?rsonal
friend of Karl R. Bendqtn,
then Under Secretary, wno was
elected the first -chairman of
the Board of the Canal Compa-
Mr. Beasley made his first trip
to the Isthmus early, in 1952
when the Board held its first
meetrne In the Canal Zow. Ke
returned later In March f ihat
IL-liMliiVU m k- S til SVlSViVU S tjM4
iyear as head of a comir.itte ap
suit of the committee's reeom reeom-mendatlon,
mendatlon, reeom-mendatlon, the cresnt ovn of
Lo Rios was selected
He m?de a third and extensive, t
trio at the time Gen. John S
the 1955 Treaty btweei jrue-
nil and the Unlte-
Initiated. LatfT he
as Economic Advl?ct 1 1
iTirient o P?nams t
v vr.rai Visits la inp l......
-iTict capacity. -. .

. "Lcf fAe people know the, truth mid
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; Portuguese, French,- Spanish,
and English. Wuhl is an experi experienced
enced experienced photographer as well es
:'a writer and nys that he en enjoys
joys enjoys ( most the on which pays
the most money at the time.
Rau and Wuhl continued .north
through South America, until they
reached Barranquilla, Colombia
where. they, took a boat for. Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. j
i They both plan to continue north
tq the United States' if tbey 1 can
get visas fot the rest of the 'Cen 'Central
tral 'Central American countries. V' s
; From New(1 York they kooe to
jvhu uiieuus io. go oacK io news newspaper
paper newspaper 'writing and also write a
book discussing the political sit sit-uatidiu
uatidiu sit-uatidiu in .the various, countries
he visited and .the attractions for
tourist and emmigrants i
He will write the book in Dutch
and aave it translated in French
and ,' English for sale in France
and Great (Britain.
Wuhl has msny ideas he would
like to do alter the trip is over, but
as yet ne nas made no definite
Dlans. He has seriously consider
ed getting into- the camera work
side of TV production in Europe.
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Charles Nodolney
Dies In.Corgas.
After Long Illness
Charles Nodolney. retired civilian
employe of : the U.S. Army died
at :28 a.m. Wednesday in GorgSs
Hospital affer a long illness. He
was 60 yesrs old. ( t
A native ot Maryland, Mr No Nodolney
dolney Nodolney was a veteran of the First
World War and was employed by
the U.S. Army on the Isthmus for
several years.- He had been a pa patient
tient patient : in Gorgas Hospital since
June, 1956. ., v et t-, v v-v
v v-v Funeral services will be annouc annouc-ed
ed annouc-ed later..,
the second World War and was
one of the first Air Force offi officers
cers officers to be sent to England. Be Before
fore Before the war he had been pres president
ident president of the Detroit. Aircraft
Company when ; Lockheed Air Aircraft
craft Aircraft Corporation was a division
of the company. ., ,..'.-.
He has. made 'bis home in
Washington, -most of the time
tJnce the close of the war, At
the time of his" death be Was a
vice president of the DeLacknr
Company, of Mount Vernon, N.
Y, and was on a business trip
to New York City when strick stricken.
en. stricken. ;. .:, ; j
He is survived by four sons
who live In Santa Fe, New Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, and a brother, Norman, i to
New "York. '-'
Interment was to be in Arling Arlington
ton Arlington Cemetery.
State Department

To Get Balboa Bridge $1000,000

- WASHINGTON, Auf. 14 (tT) The State Department
made a new appeal U OnfTese yesterday te authorize SL
oa.eet for the engineering study of plana te build a bridge
arrows the Panama Caaat
. Such an anthoriistloa was eliminated from the recent
supplemental appropriations bill ef the House of Represen-
-tatives bot has ben reintroduced by the administration as
a separate measure.
Acting asitistant secretary of state William Snow, tesU tesU-frlng
frlng tesU-frlng before the Senate Appropriations Committee la a clos closed
ed closed session, stressed that the money wag necessary for the
United States to fuiUl its commitment la the treaty it ha
with Panama. r .

PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1. 1957

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Dy Truck, Jeep, Car and Bus .
Z Blood Donors Sfream
To Son Fernando Clinic

Within minutes after hearing an emergency calL last night
for blood to help s dying American at, San Fernando Clinic,
carloads of donors from the' Canal Zone converged on the hos-

- Shortly alter e o'ciock wnen a can ror help went out over
CFN-TV, groups of Canal Zone servicemen and civilians arrived

at San Fernando to aid a retired Panama Canal Company ma-

cninist, samuei xux, wno neenea biood aesperately after an

emergency operation.
Hosnital officials attribute the
speedy response of the blood don donors
ors donors to the tact that Lux is alive
today. ;
LuxJ an elderly resident of the
Tivou Hotel was taken to the ban
Fernando Clinic where he recent
ly underwent an operation. A sud
den emergency, developed yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon which called for a
large Quantity of blood for the
octogenarian, who was hemorrhag
ing badly.
Friends of the American asked
the Canal Zone Fire Department
to send a request for blood don
ors through the Armed forces
CFN-'lelevision.:
.At 6 p.m. the call for help went
on the air. .;
; Shortly thereafter or as much
time as it takes Zonians to get
' Into I Panama, the San Foment
do Clinic was filbd with Volun-'
teen.
i -.They came by truck, eep,;
private cars'; and buses.
They were military police, ma ma-'rines,
'rines, ma-'rines, 'civilians from Curundu,
and Panamk Canal communities'.
The response, according to a
Penima's,' Zone's
tolaria Programs
Differ Slightly
Different methods of malaria e-'
radication are now being used in
Panama and the Canal, Zone, ac according
cording according to Col. Charles O. Bruce,
Health Director for. the: Panama
Canal Cpmpany. v ;
Bruce said today that -because
they Zone's malaria control- pro
gram has been in effect for the
last five years, they are f now
mainly using DDT in their control
work.: '-..
1 Since, this Is only the begin,
ning of the Panama program j
he pointed out, ttwy are start
ing with a relatively new Insec Insecticide
ticide Insecticide called diefldrin, which is
an extremely, toxic substance
sprayed on walls in houses and
buildings. .?-.-.-
This method, he said, aims hot
at eradicating mosquitoes, but at
trying to break the "link of trans transmission"'
mission"' transmission"' between the mosquito
and humans, by killing the malaria-infected
mosquito. ', '-
"We have had so little malaria
Sn the Canal Zone, that it would
be folly to spray every house
with dieldrih." he explained today.
Bruce said Canal Zone Health
authorities are making some use
of dieldrin, but not inside houses.
He stated that the undersides of
some, elevated houses were being
spraved witb the new insecticide,
and it has also been put on the
walls of patio areas so that peo
ple who sit outside at night will
not be bitten.- ....y; V
Dieldrin has been used on many
public instillations such as oper operating
ating operating tunnels at the Gatun Locks
and railroad stations, where peo
ple congregate. ,.
Bnica pointed out that the pro-i
gram in the Zone has been a re result
sult result of an extensive study made
her by Fred So per, bead of the
Pan-Americaa Sanitary Organiza Organization
tion Organization who is now on the Isthmus.
The recommendations he msde to
Panama with regard to their con control
trol control program are now being fol
lowed also.-...
Tries Once

the country U Mre"
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believable. An immediate blood
transfusion was given to Lux since
there was no time to lose,
- Today hospital officials report
be is feeling much better; having
pulled through the night. ;
Friends "of the white haired
machinist today said that they
wished to express their gratitude
to the-speedy response and kind kindness
ness kindness oi strangers who flocked to
the 'hospital.
"We have no way of knowing
who they are but we are deeply
grateful to each and every one,"
the friend said today,
' 1
Thieves Rob Judge s
On 5fh Anniversary
Of Arrival In Zone
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe of
the U.S. District r- Court at Ancon
was celebrating an anniversary
of his five years on the bench in
u... ,lv.ll..: ilia fV!. m4 t.l...
ief et.tMi
it--4UU ineur owb way Knew i
the occasion, is nara to say toqsy
Tk. FnHrfA-a r.,ilani. in .in.
An
con. just -below the" court,- was
broken, into on Monday flight and
iewelry and clothing was stolen.
That day marked the anniversa
ry of, his arrival on the tone live
years ,ago.-v't. w-'-:''
Crowe ana his family were a
way in Santa Clara at the time of
the burglary. .Police, who are m
vestigating the case, said the
Judge reported that the most va valuable
luable valuable item missing' was a dia
mond ring.' Several of his shirts
were stolen too.
Access into the Judge's home
Was gained by cutting a screen.
v This was the first time since
Crewe has been on the Isthmus
that an attempt was made to bur
Klarize his house. y
? The' thief, or thieves, w he n
caught will have to face the Judge
-for sentencing, u found guilty,
t 14-Year-Old
Bound Over
: For Burglary
- A 14-ycar-old Colon boy with a
long juvenile record was bound
over for trial yesterday hi U.S
District Court on two counts of
.burglary, '-r1, j ;.- ;t
, The youth,- Koberto Grant, 14.
was 'charged with breaking into
the workshop of a Cristobal resid resident,
ent, resident, Ch a Hm Pall es, on two sep separate
arate separate occasions, on Aug. 7 and f.
Police said most of the tools
which were stolen have been recovered.----"
' Bail of $250 was set yesterday
bv the Cristobal Magistrate who
bound the case oyer for trial in
the higher court.,
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MARILYN GOES ROME Marilyn Monroe riclinea In the seat of .her private ftretcher ftretcher-equipped
equipped ftretcher-equipped ear 'as husband Arthur Miller looks on W New York. Marilyn had Just been dis discharged
charged discharged from Doctor Hospital after losing her baby Aug. 1. ."--''.

ibraham Lincoln.''
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THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
TWO-TIME PRESIDENT Di
Arnulfo Arias has predicted that
tne day is not far oil when the
Panamenistas will be able to "re
mind the community of our 1952
prophecy."
In a letter to Cristobal A. de
Urrlola, president of the Pana
memsta party, declining a na
tional Panamefiista : celebration
in observance of his birthday to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, Arias said: ;
, "The Panamefiista Party will
i. demonstrate In due time
(that) the might of our mem membership
bership membership and the mysticism of
our ... Panamefiista membership
will be (the) luminous beacon
which will bring a new Era of
Light, Fraternity and Abun Abundance
dance Abundance to our dear Panama."
- Splinter iparty leader Heliodo-
ro Patlflo, who has been insis insistently
tently insistently mentioned as a successor
to Jose A. Caiar Escala as mayor
of Panama City,: was quoted as
saying toaay ne would not ac
cept pne mayorship lor "ideo "ideological"
logical" "ideological" reasons;-.
. Patiflo. who had twice sousrht
election as mayor of Panama Ci City
ty City under the banner of the mu municipal
nicipal municipal Renovacion Popular Au Au-tentlca
tentlca Au-tentlca party, said acceptance of
an appointment as mayor wduld
rob his spontaneous support of
the administration of his former
party chieftain, President Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto de la GuardiaJr., of Its
true significance, .v?1
Patiflo was namd editor of
the daily El Pais; when the news newspaper
paper newspaper became tjie'property re recently
cently recently of Foreign Minister Aqui Aqui-lino'
lino' Aqui-lino' Boyd and tha President's
lann Tntlttn TTT
i rresment at ia --Gmrais J
day visit to the provinces of
' Bocas del Torb and Chlrioiil.
t As a result of the President's
absence from the capital, he will
be represented tomorrow at the
observance of the 428th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the founding of Old Pan
ama by Education Minister Vic Victor
tor Victor N. Juliao, it was announced
today..
On Friday, he will be repre
sented in Aguadulce at a Lions
Club observance in memory of
former President Rodolfo Chiarl
by Public works Minister' Rober
to Lopez Fabrega
One newspaper columnist
today reported a shortage of
basic foods,, such as rice, in
the local market. The rice that
Is available is said to be of poor
quality and let rdlng to
housewives sometimes causes
stomach disorders.
Other foods said to be in short
supply are plantains, sweet po
tatoes, Irish potatoes and pump
kins.
The same columnist reported
the eviction or a young sculptor,
who is a grandson of founding
fathers Jose Vallarino, from a
basement studio by the Social
Security Board.
The report said the police
judge and the representative of
the Social Security Board who
carried put the eviction of sculp sculptor
tor sculptor Gabriel Acevedo were una unable
ble unable to remove statues of Presi President
dent President Roosevelt, Simon Bolivar
and others,' so planned to go
back todav to demolish the
Lstatues In order to complete the
eviction.
-

CZ Cops,
.'. . .-
Covered

In Senate

WASHINGTON, Aiig.

Zone police and firemen would receive pay raises rang ranging
ing ranging from 15 to 25 per cent under terms of a bill introduc introduced
ed introduced in the Senate yesterday by Democratic whip Mikt

Mansfield.'
The bill.sets forth a new

firemen in the District of Colombia. I

By law, the salaries of

two departments in the Canal Zone are based on the

district scale.
Under terms of Mansfield's
bill the police and fire chiefs
would receive $15,000.
.New rates for other positions
would be as follows:
Police Deparment Deputy
chiefs $11,367: inspectors $9,-
918: captains $9,356: lieutenants
$8,075; sergeants- $7,420; corpo
rals $6,840 ; nrlvate class IV
$6,237; private class III $5,883;
private class a ?i,Mu; private
Class I 5,241. .'. ;.
Fire Department -VDenutv
Department -VDeput;
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entr:inachlhferyML367: ft
tanon cmeis, deputy marsnai,
assistant superintendent of ma
Smilhsonian To Send
Resident llaluralisl
To Barro Colorado
WASHINGTON, Aug. 14 (UP)
The Smithsonian Institution
today announced appointment
or Dr. Martin H. Moyniham of
Combridge, Mass., as resident
naturalist at its tropical forest
and wild-life preserve on Barro
Colorado Island in the Panama
n.MAl rr
The island, in Gatun Lake,
was created in the Panamanian
jungle When the canal was dug
and the surrounding forest area
flooded.
Probably nowhere else in the
world," the Smithsonian said,
"can be found the combination
of unspoiled tropical Jungle
and healthful laboratory sur surroundings
roundings surroundings that attracts visiting
scientists to Barro Colorado."
Dr. Moynihan has studied the
black-headed gull in Europe,
other gulls in Manitoba, and
gulls, tern ducks, and other
birds In the Galapagos Islands,
Ecuador, Chile, Peru, Argen
tina, Easter Island, and Mid Midway,
way, Midway, the Institution said.
Since Barro Colorado became
a wildlife preserve in 1123,
scientists from all over the
world have gone there to study
such things as bloodsucking
flies, tropical plants, stlngless
bees,- birds,, army .ants, termites,
spiders, and fungus.
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By Bill
14 (UP) Panama Canar
rlry ''.'i'
pay schedule for police and
officers and members of these
-
chinery $9,918; captains $9,356?
pilots and marine engineer
$8,503 ; lieutenants $9,079 ; sergeants-$7,420;
assistant pilot
and assistant marine engineers
$6,670; inspectors $6,46?; private
class IV $6,237; private clasa
III $6,883; private clasa 41 $5, $5,-530;
530; $5,-530; private class I $5,241,
2
In Cuba
Is- N! i i ; ..
LAIIHM IIAifAfflAli
Of US Bogus Bills
HAVANA, Aug. 14 (UP) Cu Cuban
ban Cuban police announced today the
arrest of two, persons of unpeci unpeci-fic
fic unpeci-fic nationality In connection
with a ring that has been pass passing
ing passing counterfeit $20, $50 and $100
bills in this country.
The authorities said $11,000
worth of bogus tTS. currency
was found In the possession of
the two prisoners, who were not
identified. The bills apparently
were printed somewhere In Eu Europe,
rope, Europe,
An undetermined quantity of
counterfeit American currency -Is
believed to be still In circula circulation
tion circulation here. ;
Meanwhile, police were seek seeking
ing seeking traces of the five rebel torn torn-mygunners
mygunners torn-mygunners who held up gun
merchant and his guests In sub
urban Calabazar Monday night
and stole several shotguns.
The sawed-off shotgun is a
weapon favored by Cuban assas assassins.
sins. assassins. '' .' ,'v
Official embarrassment ever
the incident was intensified by
the fact that Mexican Ambassa -dor
Gilberto Bosque, his wife
and their daughter were among
the guests held up but not rob robbedby
bedby robbedby the thieves.
The rebels made their eetaway
In Bosque's official car. They a a-bandoned
bandoned a-bandoned It 1n the nearby vil village
lage village of Bejucal after transfer transferring
ring transferring their loot to a stolen bait
er's truck.
United Fruit Ship
Damaged By Gate
In Locks Chamber
Because the Pedro Miguel lock
were closed prematurely, a V
nited Fruit Co. ship Saa Jose was
damaged early yesterday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
The accident occurred as the
ship was entering the lock) chamb chamber,
er, chamber, transiting southbound. One of
the gate leaves pressed oa the
port vde of the vessel, crrapinf
the paint and indenting a plate.
Repair work, which is estimat estimated
ed estimated at about $3,000 because it will
involve removal and replacement
of insulation in the ship's refri refrigerate!
gerate! refrigerate! hold, is to be done at the
owner's convenience.
'The -ship cleared Balboa after
the investi ation into the acci accident
dent accident was completed. .-,:'
Stray Alarm Clock
Found On Suspect
Held For Owner .;
'Are yea having trouble gettrnff
up ia the morning because TH
tost an alarm- clock? 1
Canal Zone police today sa14
they are looking for the ewwoe
of a clock found ia the possenlne
of someone they nprt stole it.
If the owner will contact te
Falbet Police Station te W-1
the clock, it will be retoraed.

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THE MAIL BOX
LA W)CA CLUBHOUSE

r Th eustomen m getting:

L Boca Clubhouse. i"in8 ra re" wmw-wi im5"
B0d8' time customers caix't get napkins, toothpicks, or 'Bpoorw
M any kind. Another time ho soap or toUet paper and paper
Swels nan be found in' a dirty toitet Coffee is served in. coffee
ntuiis thtt are chipped around the mouth and with cracks rlgnt
down to the bottom. Sometimes you can't-even get a decent decent-size
size decent-size ftlass. Some of the workers there wear dirty aprons and
coats for tftjong; they weU righ when ttwy pass t"Jo w
eustomers. Just imagine, this, and one of the Janitors told few
w..t h a iim eias3-knives, sooons. forks, coats, and a-

prow are toeteAup L.by : tto

aOme 01 Ine gins give "intw Bcr.e wj ...

put aiide special neipinRs oi
.: .riiin't ret rhat

menu: Later on we see someone who come in long after us with
th same thing we were told we couldnt get. We understand

that few of the girls are uppea ngm bcwss me twuuwr
week to keep food for people, which is sure against the. regula regulation.
tion. regulation. When you complain they carry on at you in the .loudest
and worst manner and -you get little satisfaction in the .office.
Bometinves you ire to a hurry to-get back on the Job and most
of them, are talking and, skylarking with one another. Jf;you
eomplain you are insulted in the. worst manner.
I read ln yourpaper about handling money and serving
food out at: Diablo Clubhouse and. I wonder if the big ? bosses
know about La Boca. AU Our sandwiches there to take on the
Job are handled by girls handling money. We are surprised
that aqdia eDldemlc or 3crr!bl disease hasn't broke out .as yet.

What is the HeaKh Dept. doing?
dome of-the workers are scandalised In the worst manner
and pushed around because they do not allow certain persons
to be familiar with them Or carry news to the bosses. Some were
transferred because they objected to persons touching them up
and having employes spy upon them.
, The girls' faces get so long and serious when they are nerv nerv-ous
ous nerv-ous and crying on the Job that many, of us don't feel like, buy buying,
ing, buying, for some of them take it out on us and bite at us. Many
times you can't get anything to buy at La Boca or anything to
cat. They are always running out although we see more and
more workers in the office'. Employes leave you in the line wait wait-tor
tor wait-tor 6h service to "go and buy things far themselves and talk to
other employes or the bosses. It is time the officials do some something
thing something or close trie Joint. Wc wonder if they don't care what hap happen
pen happen in th local-rate clubhouses, we think some of them care

and that tney do not Know wnat
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Madame Zonian, you nad
It is blind to the future.

l have a special tarkin.f skull ball, directly from Ghana.- It
predicted the lndependenru' of Ghana (formerly the Gold Coast;.
India, Singapore and the West Indies Federation, lit says that

by the year 2000 Panama vili have her own Army and Navy. You

anouid Know tnat toaay we nave over a quarter ot a miuion Pan Panamanians
amanians Panamanians willing to die for this Republic.
But my talking skull predicts bad dreams lor Sammy in the
future: It won't give me the year says it does not want to

caus anxiety. It says it doesn't

ins. it sees NomDre de rios and other moribund areas return returned
ed returned to life.
My talking skull says the Englishmen claim they want Virgi Virginia,
nia, Virginia, Massachusetts and New York back. They claim some Gen Gentlemen
tlemen Gentlemen Adventurera settled in Jamestown, then turned same
over to Virginia in 1607. In 1S20 a religious group called Sep Separatists,
aratists, Separatists, running away from James I, landed at Plymouth and
so founded Massachusetts. As for New York, the Englishmen
say they took New Amsterdam from the Dutch, then King
Charles II named it New ork in honor of his brother Jamtst.,
Duke of York. What happens? the Dutch claim they won it
back and named it New Orange in honor of the Prince of Or Orange.
ange. Orange. Now more complication the West Indies want back all the
land in the West indies, claim they don't know anything about
any Ov year lease. England says the West Indies are right. They

say iney omy got ao oia ;unaa aunng the war.
More bad news, says my talking skull: Now It's in tha home.

land, lha Indians are demanding six states, claim they are

urea oi uving on reservations in weir own homeland.
The Negroes are also cJaimlne six states. Thev claim tna

English pirates brought them to the New World and sold them
to the Spaniards. Therefore they lived In America before the
Znglish-tpeaking jrhit men now known as Americans. So like
- the Indians they want thtir own states, being tired of getting
pushed around, especially by some of those dumb Gringos down

van wno csnnoi sign uieir own names.
How about Russia? W talking skull says Russia, Red Chi China
na China and the Arabs are laughing ha, ha, ha, but Japan still re remembers
members remembers Hiroshima and Magasaki, ean't forget that the white
men did remember Pearl Harbor.

B.H.S. CAFETERIA

Dear Governor Potter:
You have proven to be a person who does good and helpj
people who need help. Won't you please do something to help the
Students of Balboa High School?
We know that a cafeteria will be built If funds are avail available.
able. available. But In the meantime many students will not eat lunch
cause of rain or the crowds at the clubhouse. Can't something
b don now to Improve this condition?
' Teachers have said that air-conditioning Is impossible be beeaus
eaus beeaus of tha stractnr of th school CaniHnt niu hav.

oene -fans for our hot over-crowded classrooms? We would do
tetter work. Health authorities state that no classroom should
be over 70 degrees. In June of this year VS. school closed when
to temperature rose to Wi degrees.
m. Swimming classes are another problem. Swimming Is a very
telaxlng and refreshing sport but not when you hare to get
dressed and run back to school for your next class in less than
ten minutes. No on is in good enough condition to think dear dearly
ly dearly after th strain of rushing to b on time for class. Swim.

wag cusses aunng tne rainy
- ir rTra ? we or cure on
from these classes..

NAVY BOUSING AREA

Ewy Mm I go to th Yacht Club or the American Legion
C3ub I thjnk to myself, fa going to writ a letter to th Mail
Box. not that It wtfl do any good, but neither wtfl Just tfclnk tfclnk-'
' tfclnk-' ter about It Now I'm Nay myself, so I dont ret that "outsider"
feeling 'When I pass through the Navy housing area, but I do
Ct tha feeling that aomebedy must have rocks in his head.
Yes, rm referring to that 10-mlle-an-hour. proceed-ln-4eond-ger
deal. It seems so unnecessary.
Why must th fishermen and Legionnaires drive through a
Xavy housing area at ail? Vouldn? It max more sens to route
thm straight down, past the bachelor ; Quarters and the 04
gym, and through the entrance that Is now closed with a chain?
If not. why not? I would lik to know.
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A Disgusted Customer
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better get rid of your crystal ball,
see the present Canal even in
Ginger Know All
season are a health hatard. No
the number of colds resulting
Hopefnl Students

1 By VICTOR RIESEL
BERLIN The hell withbeing
global.

Just listen to the heartthrob of
this city. It's the heartthrob of the
world that's still left to us. Into its
bustling streets, under its brieht
lights, sup the robots, from the
Communist sector to escape for
an hour, or a day, or forever the
workers paradise "over' there."
Most times you can tell an East
Berliner from the free men of the
Western sector. The Easterners
have a prison palor. It comes from
slow starvation, a diet fixed bv the
Soviets wno control an fooa sales
There's a vitamin deficiency, r It
weakens the people of the Eastern
sector, borne one pointed out that
the youngsters there olav like
norihal children everywnere; -J But
tney ao not run. They' don't jump,
Their energy seems sinned by
sometning. maeea it is. t
To feol the dlfferenee you must
stand juat inaida tha fraa city city-Just,
Just, city-Just, this side af the "Swedish
Curtain.", The newsmen hero n
longer call it the Iron Curtain,
Iron rusts. Th curtain corradas
into holoS. But not a 'Swedish
Curtain' Jt is So named beeaus
Swedish steal la, th toughest.
When if, lowered, thara arm na
Uhoias In It.
ine easterners can still squeeze
uuuer ma aweaisn cur curtain."
tain." curtain." Some come from the Com.
munist sector to buy clothes and
feel clean and human acain. It'k
nsny nut tne loathing of rags
makes people desperate. There are
the women Some button their
coats tightly from fleck to knees.
They literally are nude 't beneath.
iney then make the rounds of
west Berlin s women's shops and
oh oy on ciotne tnemselyes. from
top to bottom in new car menu.
This they do becsuse. they can't
carry bundles into East Berlin.
The, People's Police, blood broth
ers or tne proletariat, would arrest
them. 'A -... j
But the Peooles Police ar wi
to the dress trick. So thd women
dirty their new garments a little,
wrinkle them a little, and when
th dress and stockings look a lit little
tle little worn since. the newness has
been rubbed off, the women go
back into the onen nriaon that u
the East Sector; When they need
shoes, they find the oldest, most
worn pair in the neighborhood.
They wear these across the line.
iney ouy new ones, junk the worth
nri 2?L3L the Purchased
"le.!2 J? won;t l00k new' I
go back in,
The people of East Berlin wor
ry, too, about worn out political
fashions,, The shrewdest of the
steel eurtained populace walk iy
the Soviet Embassy in East Berlin.
If you look UO to th hrioMlw lit
4uij mi v
iuath uoor. you can se whn
picture hanss. When
uau came aown, we people didnf
have to be told there was a purge
wno was tne new boss.
"There is. for examnle. th Stutln
Works. A neon sign sava an. But
when de-Stallnizstion was In flow
er, tne word Stalin was darkened
, ot removed from the sign, The
people knew that the Kremlin po policy
licy policy was not yet certain. They were
right .And sometimes the word
Stalin lights up. Sometimes H is
kept dsrk. The big Stalin statue
wss not dragged away. However.
the name "STALIN" at the base
of the statue has been effaced.
And there the statue is today. If
you wstcb carefully, you don't
make political errors.
Thara is little reason for gay gay-oty.
oty. gay-oty. But perhaps aemethirtf does
tickle you. If you do laugh, yew
are suspect. Pact Is that in aema
edifices, thar are glaas cover covered
ed covered slits through which soldiers j
watch. If you laugh, or talk ia
groups, you are dispersed, or
And remember Stalin Allee. It
has become a boulevard of broken
dreams. Hera the anti-Communist
revolt flared on June- 17th. 1953.
That dream became a nightmare.
On this street the Russians built
their show apartment houses. That
dream is over too.
The fronts sre flaking off. The
tiles are dropping away. It is like
s movie set after the nicturo haa
been shot. Along with the opposi
tion or course.
If this ii East Berlin and it
is the Communist ton of Ger Germany
many Germany .is even tougher. Small wond
er then, that 2.500 men. nmn
and caildrra flee the Socialist na-
raaiie eacn weec. uver 10,000 a
month. Amongst the refugees into
west Berlin are doctors, editors,
students, and more recently even
Communist Party officials who es
no longer tske it themselves.
Thev come over, they feel the
hesrthrob of the free world, a lit
tle Island world s hundred miles
inside Soviei territory, and thev
make the break. It isnt the food.
It isnt the clothes. The refugees
come over without a fenning. Cut
here they es laugh. ,

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NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

No Charmed Life: Frank Co'stel-
lo's "final" appeal was thumbed
down by thf U.S. Supreme Court
two months ago, but he's still
lunchng and dining in fashion fashionable
able fashionable mid-town spots and week-ending
m Lonj Island. There are all
kinds of rumors afloat. So I check check-ed
ed check-ed the usual procedure in such a
case and found that when the. top
court refuses a writ, th papers
go bsck to the Circuit Court which
mandate to the District Court. The
normal time for this operation is
about nine days after which the
loser gees back to durance vile.
I 'asked why Frank Cbstello wss
not sent back to jail two months
ago. I wss told he got a delay be
cause his lawyer was busy de
toa and wasn't available' to con
fer with F.C in another upcoming
Federal court action against mm
Oh the Other Hand: I also learn learned
ed learned that in many similar Cases,
those in the same host .with Costel Costel-lo
lo Costel-lo (but not nsmed Costello) are
sent to the nen until their lawyers
are ready, then brought back to
Mew xrk's Federal House of De Detention
tention Detention (in irons) for conferences
shortly before the trial In this -is
stance. Costello's attorneys v ap-
Siied tor am, reewved permission
1 frequently granted. The U. S.
Attorney's office has nothing to do
with it. Indeed, there have been
Instances in some jurisdictions
notably Chicago wheru the s e
"mandates" get "lost" in the mass
of files and paper work and cons
remain at large indefinitely. But
no one will put that over on our
Paul Williams! ;
I've Got to Write It But You
Dont Have To Read It: Ralph
Meeker, dated Doris Lilly '' three
dsys in a row before she left for
Lunr.on and what's so silly about
that?...' Ike sent a fan letter to
Phil Galvano, golf pro at Tenntnah
Lake House liked his best seller
"Secrets of Chipping and Putting"
so much ... Lois DeFee,. Queen of
the Amiionr, spends her un-Ama-
son nours at tu JEmoers wnn jsy
Lawrence, Larry Storeh's brother,
Actress
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..Is This Funny? Did you hear
about the gal they call' Baseball
because she s such a good sporty
Hot Nothings f From Nowhere
Nick Adam?, the actor who plays
in Warner's "No Tirol for Ser Sergeants,'.'
geants,'.' Sergeants,'.' haft much time for. com composer
poser composer johnny Green's birjing
daughter Barbara ... Looks like
Robert Kvana (the dress, manufac
turer; is a cinch to play Richard
Loeb (LeopUd-Leeb) in Zanuck's
"Compulsion foi iOth-Fox ...Alan
Lewis, the Hawaiian' Room. Exec,
writers from AiistriS: "Vienna is
fine during the day Food is good.
At night they need. Max toew'
(And his Viennese Lantern, I pr.
aume.; y'::.7-; :
Is This Who She'ls !'4,SBonsor''
of the London charity preem of
Charue cnapiurs gnu--. American
picture is reported in the papers
ss Lady Jowitt. I looked ia Burke's
Peerage,. tU .official.kennel, book
01 uritisn': aristocracy r. aua rouna
only one Lady Jowitt. .She Is, the
wife of Earl Jowitt and during
the late unjamented Labour Aa-
ministratioe this sociaust .awyer
was-tne Lord. High Chancellor, the
highest judicial officer,, in Britain.
-Court11 of" AppealsTt A4 few year s
ago this "eminent", jurist under undertook
took undertook to reverse the eonvicrion' of
Alger Hiss. He wrote a baok at at-tacking
tacking at-tacking .the jury' and judges, that
was so inaccurate and expSive
the American publishers 'Withdrew
the original English text shortly
before publication, offering instead
a watered-down edition., it' didn't
sell. Neither did e English original-whicl
wrs gleefully oootlegged
her by hysterical "liberals" who
ecstatically predicted Jowitt's mas masterpiece
terpiece masterpiece would clear Hiss, (Inci (Incidentally
dentally (Incidentally despite its ''best seller",
listings in the gg' head' publica publications.
tions. publications. Hiss own ook expired quiet
ly and la heard of no mora.) :
The Most .Photogenic, Girl In
The World: (Or so it ssys there.)
Thar oress-sgent item .from uouy
wood was about actor Tony Per
kins and one Venetia Stevenson,
so being new st this I asked my
girl ilonday.-to-Friday who is Ve
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either. This is who Venetia js: She's
the babe that, will (id September)

witn Jr-opuiax'j'notofcrapny'g award
as "The Most Photogenic Girl in
the World,'? So I guess Tony Per Perkins
kins Perkins a, smart guy f att that,
I Dent Of So-What? Javna T Mans
field wired press-agent G e 0 r g e
nenne.t mat .sne's coming : isast
soon and wants td see him (he was
her -de te before Mickey Hargitay
but maybe this is only business)
... CUpid is working overtime at
the Harwyn. Only a month ago
nost Maurice 0'ufemla took beau beautiful
tiful beautiful Betty jBennee; the singer, as
his bride now that snot's oert
pony-tailed hatchick, r Jean D 0 iv
warpv set: tnt date for the wedding
with Wall Streeter Clement Titsck
III (and who. are I and II?) By
the way, wasn't Jean's boss, con concessionaire
cessionaire concessionaire Jack (Mr. B.) Rosen,
once knAvn or Bway as "Cupid?"
Didn't. this last of the Runyon cha characters
racters characters help lell vth D'Eufemia
romance?;. -The -TJaW Pat Gas Gaston
ton Gaston marriage began as a publicity
stunt for theMate 'Follies,'' engi engineered
neered engineered by a press-agent named
Mai Braveman, on special retain retainer.
er. retainer. TM was "lured" backstage and
no trouble .was encountered induc inducing
ing inducing Pat (who likes to read about
herself ) to go out with him 1 but
no, one took it seriously until the
final "I-do's." then Brahman got I
a bonus!; Ad the "Foluea" closed. ;
Glorifying; The American Girl:
Ziegfelri's historic trademark did
not mean he was glorifying all A A-inerican
inerican A-inerican girls or even all the girls
in Jus slow. He glorified but one
in esch edition of the 'Follies,"
after which she becam the hot hottest
test hottest gat. in kwn. Gladys Glad was
an example-. Th. one who was
"glorified'' usually did nothing in
the show, sate pose in tableaux.
But that was enough. When- Lou
Wsltors produced his breath-taking
finale, currently at the Latin Quar
ter, he btfilt it around a history of
the Ziegfeld Follies. But the "glo "glorified"
rified" "glorified" Americsn gal in this show's
tableaux Is not Americsn. She's
Japanese Mitsuko -Morigai, long
distance heart-throb of Met Ope Opera
ra Opera star Cesar Siepi. ,L Q- boss boss-man
man boss-man Eddie Risman hired and in interpreter
terpreter interpreter to read her acrapbook
and discovered she's the most fam famous
ous famous oeauty in Japan's history and
the most cultured! Was a Christian
Dior mode), had her own modeling I
school and agency, waa a fashion
designei and get this a college
professor I (Teach me something-)
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Passage Of Bill
To Protect FBI
Files Predicted
WASHINGTON, Aug. 14 (UP) (UP)-Sen.
Sen. (UP)-Sen. -Joseph C. O'Mahoney D D-Wyo)
Wyo) D-Wyo) predicted today that Con
gress- will pass before adjournment
a Nil designed to protect FBI files
from "fishing expeditions."
O'Mahoney is chairman of the
Senate Judiciary subcommittee
which yesterday drafted a compro compromise
mise compromise bill. The measure 'has the
approval of the administration and
key aenatora interested in the
legislation,
O'Mahoney told a reporter be ex expects
pects expects the Senate to act favorably
on the bill later this week. Ha also
aaid be believes the Hon then
will promptly psss it so that it
can be sent to President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower for bis signature
He said the bilL. drafted at a
cooler nee attended by Deputy At-!
tomey General William P. Rogers,
would "preserve the rightf of de defendants
fendants defendants to due process' ss well
ss protect FBI files from "fishing
expeditions."
The legislation is an outgrowth
of the Supreme Court decisioa that
defendarts must be allowed 10 tee
FBI files containing evidence

WASHINGTON It's the unsni-

mous opinion of Senate observers
that passage ot tne jury tnai a a-mendmtnt
mendmtnt a-mendmtnt and the Civil : Rights
Bill without a filibuster can be at
tributed solely to Sen,, Lyndon
Johnson of Texas.'
They also agrtu that his back
stage maneuvering was sheer ge
nius and that ho anouid go aown
as th greatest political general
of ail time.
There is no unanimity of opi
won. however, on whether tne mil
as amended, was good for the U
nited States, good for General Mo.
tors, or even good for Lyndon
Johnson.
Probably it won't be good lor
Lyndon Johnson, because what be
wanted most of all was to keep
civil rights out 01 the 1958 elec
tion debate, and it now appears
certain, .that Republicans in the
House or Mr., Eisenhower in the
White House will block the bill,
and it will be thrown into the 19U
maelstrom, with a vengeance,
. Probably it .will be good for
General Motors, becsuse under the
new bill General Motors would not
hsve to worry too much shout the
court decree ordering it and Du
Pont to separate. It could ignore
a court order and take its chances
with a jury
' Probably Ht won't be good for
the count y, because trial by jury
will weaken and pernapi make un
enforceable such important laws
as the Pure Food and Drug Act,
tne Antitrust laws, the Minimum
Wage Act, the Davis '- Bacon Act,
the waish-Healty Act. andanproxl
matelv fifty laws which are en
forced by icourt .orders? T h s e
court brden can now be sidetrack
ed by trial by jury.
However let's leave to the law
yers the Question Of- whether abo
lition of oui age-old system of
court order? ''should or should .'not
oe; wipea .out.-nT-i.&'j:;..
Instead, let's fake a backstage
look at, .how Lyndon Johnson ac
compIiFhed his political miracle.
, 60D AND JOHNSON
v -I
' ."No one except the' Lord and
Lyndon ia sure exactly how he ac.
complished it,". said one senator
just after adoption of the jury trial
amendment., 1
This reporter pretends to have
no divine power of perception. But
here are some of the-techniques
ty wrucn Lynaon accomplished the
mirrcie mereoy pernaps out
smarting himself. i
SIMPLE TCCHNIOCJEt Snmit
01 m iecnniques were quite simple,
He kept rootin', to6tinr profession
ai southerners in the background,
He kept myderate-: liberals and
middle-of-the-roaders out in front.
When he keard that Jim Eastlsnd
of '.Mississippi' was about to make
a speecn ne went to uyra 01 Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia -and Russell of Georgia and
shut atlaM- up. .5 s?- v ;;
.He had CMahonev of Wvom
ing. Church of Idaho, and Kefauv
er of Tennessee carry the ball en
amendment., .-...-.. -'.,-r,' -;i;.
Young Church, babv of the Sen
with careful coaching. When Rob-
Dy Baker, secretary of the Senate
Democrats, sometimes called 'Lyn-
don, Jr., went over , to him on
the benate floor. Churcn rose and
introduced the amendments putting
Negroes on juries and extending
jury trials to all criminal con
tempt cases..
It was ChUrrh who mad tha
speech, but it was the hand of John-
son that pave. the cues.
COUNTER INTELLI6INCI
TECHNIQUrS Johnson Knew
What was gying on inside Repub
lican ranxs. lie knew. now. some
administration senators were kick kicking
ing kicking over the traces.
When GOP senators held a see see-ret
ret see-ret caucus and Kickenlooper of
Iowa complained that the Civil
Rights Bill trampled on the rights
of White people, Lyndon knew it.
He -.lad knew that Senator Dirkaes
of Illinois complained that the Ad-
ministrstion had ampl power to
Theft and Are
threaten
vary hoar
f every day!
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enforce the voting right of Ne Negroes
groes Negroes without passing a bill. He al also
so also knew that only two Republics!
senators Javits (N.Y.) and Case
IK T t,WnHAt tha hill in ran.

QUICKER -'THAN THE-EYI.
TECHNIQUES Lyndon also prac practiced
ticed practiced soms mysterious techniques
that few people knew about. For
more than a week before, he was
holding the short end of every
straw poll. I
GOP leader Knowland had 38 X X-publicnn
publicnn X-publicnn votes in his pocket. Sen Senator
ator Senator Douglas of Illinois, leader of
Northern Democrats, hid a 1 a
Democratic votes.
This was why Johnson began
stalling 'or time, asked the Senate
to consider important pending bills
and appropriations. He knew if
the vote wss held then, he wss
licked, x
But one night before the crucial
roll-call, Lyndon -and Sen. Dick
Russell, leader of the Southern
forces, huddled In the Senate cloak cloakroom,
room, cloakroom, '
"I am ready to vote,',,i reported
Russell. VWe'.ve got SO votes."
r Though Russell did the report reporting,
ing, reporting, it was Johnson who had won
over the votes. 1 t
- Op the final roll-call,' Russell
and Johnson did one better.' They
got 51. 1
. Senator Dbuglas cam through
with his nine liberals against them.
They stood firm 1 against the jury
trial amendment. But the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans didn't. Lyndon had pickpock pickpock-eted
eted pickpock-eted five Republican votes from
Knowland.. He virtually took them
out of the OP leader's v pocket
and Knowland didnl knew it un until
til until It was "too -late," 1
MERIYO-ROUNP f
When -the crucial' Civil Rights
voting was over, Senator Dick
Neuherger of Oregon remarked, to
Johnson's assistant, Bobby 'Bak 'Baker:
er: 'Baker: "That was the greatest Little
Red, Riding Hood act 1 have ever
seen. Lyndon kept- Eastland and
Stennii in the wings and Kefauv-
th fnotliffhti All vnii cniilrf
was the bosom, not the fangs'...
One thing that influenced Sen.
Frank Church to propose his two
jury trial amendments was the
reading uf speeches by the late
Senator William B01 ah, also ys of
Idaho, who, during debates en the
Norris-La Guardia Act,, favored
trial by jury, in labor Injunction
cases, dovad it yraverea a ine
ormataitt nf lHahn inatnrn :' Anv
young senator would want to lol-
H i rriimmmn 'i'Jia
So H Rone Hir
M6nLAXAug.14'-UPyl Rev-
naldo, Gustilo Hilled bis wif be because
cause because rh- complained about his
guitar playing, Philippines police
reported tooay. snAtu i
Constabulary investigators said
tne wife threateaed. to break, the
instrument yesterday because ah
no longer could endure hearing the
guitar. -: ;.-'r,- ';,w ?': .-;:
Gusulo then smashed the instru
ment on his wife's hesd, which
proved (.tali,, polk iid.. .4
- 11 1 in in, iilrtli;.-.!..-,.-
Red Press Reports
Hold-UpK Killings
In Caucasian Area
MOSCOW. Aug. 14 TBPW Jiv
bandits killed a militiaman and an
eldenv woman and wounded sev several
eral several other persons in th holdup of
a bus in the Caucasian mountains.
the Soviet press reported- Monday.
Th newspapers, which-rarely
report rrime news, ssld other mit
itismen captured the leader of th
ffanff and' tha racf. w.r. wMinffojf
up several days later. -v
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' ERSKINE; JOHNSON
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. HOLtYWOODf (NEA) -The
most important "jjhost siting", in
HqJJywood since, the late Al Jol Jol-son'Ss
son'Ss Jol-son'Ss voice 'was piped into i the
tbroaiof Larry Parks has brought
a cirl with, the unusual name of

Gnci Grant faca to lace -witn aJ

' movie garner a and (hole new
, v-reer fi'irtf-
. Ann Blyth" wa acheduM to
- do bar ewft kinging of two dot
V on aonrmadt' famous, in tho
V Roaring 20's by Helen Morgan,;

when she was ea$? in--me me
I an Moraan-Storv." :

But,-(suddenly ther? was Gogi
& In a big behind-the-scenes de-

cision, Gogl at r-waywara mna
nd "Suddenly There's a Valley'

- record f ame,was hired ; to ,,pro-

vide: Ann's singing, vole as ;; sul-

- try" voiced Helen. With screen
-jcredii to boot
... Now tiny, dark haired Gogi is

In the imovies m the flesh m uni universal
versal universal International's musical,
. : 'Tlw .ftiff s Real:.' The fact that

n't

Ann couldnt

like -.Morgan

breaK

sell'. bhies ? song

was ; Gogi's big

- "Its funny, too." Goki told.'nle.

wasn't asked to listen to any
of Helen's1 old records. The studio

. didniieven. suggest I change my
atvle of sineine, They ; just said,

'Sing like; YOU sing 2- sing each

ong the way XOU leei u.;, -.
So Gogi sang all -of Helen's old
hits like '"The Man I Love" and
"Why Was I Born?" which were
dubbed ift for Ann's screen voice.
But now Gogi is on the: screen
singing her own new songs, -"Lazy
Love," "Call Me," andllYou've
Never Been in, Love',' in.her; first
movie. ... ';-.;-.
You guessed ib. Gogi Grant isn't
her name. IW Audrey Brown,
. DAVE KAPP of RCA Vstor
records gave -little Audrey the
name of Gogi because,? he said,
"Audrey f3rown -doesn't sound
like, the name of a singer."
How Kapp got the name of Go Gogi
gi Gogi was. a little, ghostly, too he
- dreamed it s. ..

, "My face foil when Mr. Kapp
told me I was going .to bo bill billed
ed billed at Gogi," Gogi told mo. "!,
thought it ; sounded rather frilly
amd nonsensical.' Kapp thought
tb name was right ior .me
and I guess. was but 1 1
couldn't resist asking himt ; (i f

. 'What is. ': Gogi?-;;
"His answer ; was, 'Darned if I

know, 1 dreamed, it last night,"
; Gogi Grant was born iit i Phila
delnhia" but she grew' up in .Ve

nice, Calif., attending Myrna Loy's
old hieh school. She's been sing

ing professionally for t only f iye
years 4 nuking tecords, staying

ior 16 weens on a ws Angeies
TV show, and touring night clubs.
Those two hit records brought her

in mind at Warner Bros, for. the
Morgan .gtoryj ; fc--
And it really, was case; of sud

denly ithere's Gogt. Grant,

, "I GUESS I was the only girl'

singer in America who wasnt aft

er the role of Jtieien Morganr sn
told me. "The studio called, one

HaV ricrht nut of" the blue. t

"Ray. Heindorf, the sudio mu
sical director," had liitonod to
oil of my records and when I
wont to his office ho ust said,
YouVo hind. Ann's the body
and vou'ro tho voice.'

For a while it was touch and
go on the questiot of whether Go Gogi
gi Gogi would receive screen; credit as

Ann giiost voices .H $0fQe

t AT FIRST thelstudio$ figured
that Ann, 1 known as ; a i, singer,
might slip by unnoticed with a
dubbed in singing voice. Even
after hiring Gogi for the chore,

the studio. worried about the box.

office appeal of a non singing

Ann uivth in tne roie or neien,

But Goei's aeent. Jack Morton,

finally made a deal with the stu

dio and. won. the important cred
it. ,:".'-.: y: i-

Jack-smiled as he told me:
"It turned out rather easy, but
I had to trade some of ; Gogi'f
aalarv for the screen credit."

It was worth it, ; though. Her

warbling as Helen will be in a
sound track, album nd now she's

Goei Grant in .the movies instead

of being two other people.

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Tomorrow, Thursday: Aug

15

Vy DICK KLEINER

NEW YORK CNEA) -Here's
feroof oositive "that the record

' business is in its screWist phase.

Manny Sack, for many years

the Keneral manager of RCA-Vic-

' tor, woke up early one morning
not km? ago. And he switched on

hii radio. For an hour he listen

. ed to a disc- iockev play record

after record. Sacks says in all
that timte he didn't hear one rec

ord by an artist he'd ever heard

of before.

Whot's a poor guy going to do
If he has a beautiful voice?'

That is the problem that con

front many young singers today.
Eddio Morgan- is typical of this

group of betwixt-and-betweeners.
They have no name, hence find it

tough to get mgni ciud or notei
. engagements. And they have 'good
voices, consequently aren't of in interest
terest interest to-: record companies who
find that good voicea are not com commercial.'
mercial.' commercial.' Morgan is an experienced singer.
' He's sung with Blue Barron's
Orchestra, at the Rozy Theater in
w York and some of the better
otels and night clubs. But When
" he goes to audition for a record
company nothing happens.
-"Wo dont want a singer like
that,." Morgan's manager is. told.
"He's got a fine voice, but who
' bw'ya records of fine voices 7" ',
CUttat thv want: ia a trfrkv

voice, something witk less quality
and more OQaintnesi. They want
a voice that is easilr recognizable

on a Uk0 box, somethiag that has

a unique souna u ur v

Morgan Says tecord companies
have asked him to make "a good

hod record, out he won't do it
"I may never get a record con
tract," he says, "because I refuse
to make what they call a good

bad record." -"
He's -made demonstration rec

x' erd which his manager has play

ed for record reviewers and use

.- Jockies and such. The verdict is
generaL'y the same a' great voice,
a pleasure to hear, why don't the

. record- companies sign wmr

Tho record companies say, sure,
he's food, and they like to listen
' to him .themselves. But. thev add.

.' around thn quarters of oil rec-

ords aw bought by kids, and kids
" wsnt the crary .sounds, aot the
', trained voices.
. So- Eddie Morran --and there
C are dozens like him is left out

ia the Cold. And, evta in the sum-

' rct, U s tmcoBaortabl out la the
cold.
. Thoro's a froot dy comi"g this
- nontfl for pianist Errol Garner,
) -when he makes his debut as a
symphinie ooloirt. He'U play with
N f tho CHrelind Orchestra the first
time 'he's been' accompanied' by
j anything larger th a a a quartet
f -to roe of his owa compo-
Oaitions.
. itranjest part of tho hasi hasi-Vf
Vf hasi-Vf it that Garner is aa vntutor vntutor-l
l vntutor-l l eo! wiorrcan. lo fact, he stilt can!
i read a hot oi music, The 100-maa
1 orchestra .will play from music,
' of euure. hut Garaer will impro impro-.
. impro-. ua. he goes along. liOch Mil Mil-"
" Mil-" ler, obo wui conduct, says, "Gar-

-' v-. -fl tH ;rww m S5.xr -. il
i :vte ; .;.,(.. v ..."
ner, in the past seven years, has
evolved from a self-taught, ad lib
soloist jinto one of our most excit exciting
ing exciting creative artists."

DICK'S PICKS: Gogt Grant's
first RCA release, fit's a Wonder Wonderful
ful Wonderful Thing To Be Lowed," is good
one. Others: "Zip Zip" (Tho Dia Diamonds
monds Diamonds Mercury); "By the Bend
of the Kivar" Martha Lou Harp,
Prep) "I Told a Stranger" (Rita
Raines, Cadence); 'From a Jack
to a King" (Jim -(owe, Dot);
"That Old Feeling' Lena Home,
RCA); "We Belong Together";
(Stove Kormen, Mercury); "Proud
Of You" (The Four Dolls,4 Capi Capitol).
tol). Capitol).
.'. V.; '. ;

Recent movie .sound track al albums
bums albums you might enjoy playing
Decca has the sound track of the
Rita, Hay worth film, "Fire Down

ceiow, wnicn contains some ime
genuine calypso rhythms; r RCA
has the lush backeround music

from Clark Gable'a "Band Of An

gels;" Imperial's J'Beau- James"

has the songs and -music of Boh

Hope's latest; Decca's v "Omar
Khawam" was conductecrbv the

late victor xoung and pas his

unmisisKBDie, namp; uecca s
"This Is Kim As Jeanne Eagels"
Is not exactly a sound track, but
contains many of the songs from
Kim Novak's latest film: in fine
arrangements conducted by Morris

Stoloff, v .,;:-

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:on Sicm On Alarm Clock

: 1-"- club (recruests taken

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"J'Sn .Mornlnar Salon Concert

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8:30 Musical Reveiua',;. -,
:0O-News -:
15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As I See It.t ''
10:00-News.

10:0' Spins and Needles in-

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3:15 Freddy Martin Show
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3 : 15 Sammy Kaye Show
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Methodist on the March in
The Methodist Church- In Co Colon
lon Colon is showing a resurgence of
life and activity as the members
and officials, working together,
make, new- and ambitious plans
for the future. ? . -v.
On Monday ;niKht:sal';delleh tr

f ul program brought to a Umax

a .; "Festival or Hymn-writers
durintt i, which ai total' of over

$400 was raised; v This money" is!

to ne usea, paruy ior tne wiping

eff of debts and partly for the
building of a new manse e,nd

hall. The artists in the proRram

included, Miss Isaac, v; Granville,

Barrows, cnaries warenam (or (organist
ganist (organist and "Cholr-masteHii'tlie

church choir and Sunday school

choirs The evenlne was a sue

cess and the wtnninir candidate

of the contest, who, will lay the

cornerstone of the new manse
rfnd hall was Gladys Francis. An
elocutionary exercise was given
by Mrs. Ruby Fisher. This is one

of the many projects,; at present

oeing undertaken py tne Atian

tic side Metnooists: -v

On 'Tbesday.-'.a. great "Contest

of the Zodiac', was launched by

the Methodist Church m Ram

bow City. The contestants were
presented during a program on

AUff. 13. ,. .

In Cativa, Methodist people
are also active. Recently, the

corenrstone of their new church

was laid bv-DiDutado J o. Ba

zan and already, through hard
work and the kindness of many
friends, almost $300 has been
raised. All the labor for building

this small church Is being pro

vided freely by the men -of the

Methodist churches.: The church

in Cativa is sponsoring a great

"Dicnic-aanceT on sent. 2. La

bor pay. Buses will leave from
Casa Mike!s. The orchestra La

Troplcana will provide the mn

sic and the picnic : and dance

will be held In New Providence.
The cost of the tickets-round
trip and dance Is $1.25 (adults)
and 50 cents (children).

The Methodist Church In Co

lon will be making history on
Sept. 10, when the ordination of
thetRev, V. J. Watson, will take
place. This is the first time ln

the history of the church that

an ordination has taken place

on the Isthmus. Many ,' high high-ranking
ranking high-ranking officials 'are to be invit invited
ed invited to the service and those tak taking
ing taking part in the ceremony will
Include the Rev. H. B. Sherior.k,
chairman of the Jamaica Dis

trict' of the Methodist church.

Rev. J o'se Peralta' (Costa Rica),
the Rev. S. Dun-Moodle (Jamai

ca); the Rev. R. Wheatley (Amer (American
ican (American Methodist Church) and the

Rev. Ephralm S. Alphonse, depu

ty cnairman or central Ameri American
can American District of the : Methodist
Church,.; "i. V
'Holy Day Masses In Atlantic
.Catholic Churches
Tomorrow, is the feast of the
Assumption, and a holy day of
obligation for all cathoHcs.. At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side churches' under the
care of the; VMcentian Fathers
have announced the following
mass schedule for tomorrow;
Holy Family Church, Margar Margarita:
ita: Margarita: 6 a.m. and, 5:15 p.m.
.Miraculous Medal. Church,
Cristobal; 6 and '8 a.m.; 5:15

p.m. .. .,'

St. Joseph's Church, Church,

goion: 8 and 8 a.m.: 9 p.m.

St. Vincent's Church, Rainbow

wy: B:3u.a.m. ana s p.m.

Immaculate C 0 nee P.tl 0 n

i;nurcn, oatun: e p.m.

Coco Solo Naval Base- 4:35

p.m.

The fast and abstinence which
has been traditionally observed
on the vigil Of the Assumntlon

has been transferred to the vigil

01 tne least or tne immaculate

Conception. There will be no fast
or abstinence, therefore this

week.

St. Christopher's Choir

To Sing at St. Andrew's

The choir of St. Christopher's

Episcopal Church will, present
an evening' of sacred music at

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church,
Cooli, the Rev. William W. Enid-

win, priest in charg of St. An Andrew's
drew's Andrew's announced today.

Scheduled to begin at 7:30 c m.

Friday, Aug. 3. the program will

include many well-known and
well-loved selections.

Originally presented at the

opening of St. Christopher'? lEth
patronal festival In July, the 30 30-volce
volce 30-volce choir was so successful
that the Cocbll Church wa anx anxious
ious anxious to bring the program to
people who were unable to at

tend the 18th Anniversary cele celebration.
bration. celebration. The 'Rev. Clarence W.
Hayes, priest in charge of St.
Christopher's welcomed the sug suggestion
gestion suggestion to bring his group to Co Co-coli
coli Co-coli where still more 1 music lov

ers could enjoy the concert and

also record the entire program

2,269 Criminqts
Paroled In -57

By Federal Board

WASHINGTON.' Aug. 14 UP)
The Federal Parole Board report reported
ed reported today that it paroled 2,269 crim

inals during tne first naii 01 1957

and issued warrants for the arrest
of 451 parole violators. 5
Board chairman George J. Reed
also said the rate of parole viola.

tions was about the same as in

recent years.. v
As of June 30, a total of 8,525
former prisoners were under board
Jurisdiction. Of- these, 8.618 were
parolees and 2,907 were persons
automatically given early release
from prison as required by law.

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irutn, i aon t mink i could do it

again.'V -.

WASHINGTON Anthnnv" nnn'a

former secretary -treasurer of thel

unueu Autif Workers Union, on

the union activities of racketeer

tfunnny vio: 1 j

"If Iio had one failing, it was

tne inability to say no to any-

' NEW YORK WWoi- ctil.Im.n

r. -"-..u w ontvoiuou
and financier Bernard Baruch on
his career In Wall Street:
"As 1 moved into public life I

was to wna mat what I had
learned ahriut nnnnlo frnm

speculator days applied equally to

wuier auaira. Human nature re remained
mained remained human nature urhafhoi. it

.stood bent over a stock ticker or

spoKe irora the White House."

BEIRUT, Lebanon President
Camille Chamoun, on Communist

mimrauon into tne Middle East:
"I earnestly believe that Com Communist
munist Communist infiltration intn tho MiHHU

EMt is hiBhly dangerous to the
very existence of the Middle East

ai. sovereign states."

DETROIT Midwest Teamster

leaner lames it. uona. in a sharp
verbal exchange with Michael No Novak,
vak, Novak, president of the Wayne Coun County
ty County CIO Council:
"There are certain people in
labor who are bums and every everybody
body everybody knows what to do with
them."

DETROIT Buddy Parker, in a
surprise announcement of his in intention
tention intention to resign as Lions' football
coach.
"lam ot through with football
I'm just through in Detroit."

Only 214 Doors?
ROMFpRD, England, Aug. 14
(UP Philip G. Tomkins, 53, was
sentenced to a month in prison
yesterday for stealing 428 door
handles from the hardware -store
where- he worked. He said he
thought thev would come in handy
in his new home.

with the facilities available at
Ut. Andrew's.

The choir is under the direc

tion of Hugh Adams, a graduate
of the Panama Conservatory of

Music.

Everyone Is invited to attend.

Rev. Baldwin added.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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MISS SNDRA ANNE YOUNG whose engagement to Mr. John
N Gorham is announced. Miss Young is daughter of Mrs.
Anna Young of Frewsbury of New York and tt U V
E Young Mr. Gorham is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lisle E. Gor Gor-ham
ham Gor-ham of Balboa.

SPANISH AMBASSADOR WILL BE GUEST OF HONOR
AT ECOTON TOM ThELD AT UNION CLUB, FRIDAY
The Ambassador of Spain in Panama Federico Gabal Gabal-don
don Gabal-don Navarro will be guest of honor at a reception to be
riyen by the German Charge d'Affaire ad interim" George
Count of Papenhelm at the Union Club from 6 p.m. until
8 P On thll occasion the Ambassador will be decorated with

the Order of Merit.

Vniuln Ambidor
'Mrs. Chslbiod Announce
Birth Of Son
The Ambassador of Venezuela in
Panama, Lt. Col. Esteban Chal Chal-baud
baud Chal-baud C, and Mrs. Cahlbaud an announce
nounce announce the birth of a son on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Aug. 12, at Gorgas Hospital.
Mdimti Haurtamatt
Laava For Washington
Mrs. Genarina A. de Heurte Heurte-matte,
matte, Heurte-matte, w i f e of the Minister of

Government and Justice, Max

Heutematte de Galindo left by
plane yesterday for Washington C.
C. to be with their mother Mrs.
Mauuela D. de Heutematte, who
is in ill health.

take pi

Dee. 28 in Fresbury. N.Y.

Mr. Gorham was graduated from
Balboa High. School in 1951, and
from the Ctnal Zone Junior Col College
lege College in 1933. He attended Colora Colorado
do Colorado University tor one year, and
served two years in the Army He
is now a student at Colorado Uni University
versity University at Boulder, and is employ employed
ed employed part time by the Bureau of
Standards at Boulder, Colorado.
Miss Young graduated from

Ferwslii.ry Central High in 1952,

and from the Woman's Christian
sociition Hospital School of Nurs

ine in Ji.mestoWn. New York in

1955. Sne is now employed at Col

orado General Hospital, Denver,

Colorado.

AFL-CIO Council Postpones

Disciplining Of Hutchesqn

CHICAGO, Aug.v 14 (UP)f

The AFL-CIO Executive Council

todav Dostooned disciplinaryyac

tion aeainst Maurice Hutcheson,

nnWerful head of the Carpenters'

Union, and 'the scandal-ridden

Teamsters' Union.

The 29 member council also

urged adoption of the Senate-

approved civil rights Din, even

thoueh Senate amendments "ob

viously make the measure less

effective."

Althoufih Hutcheson invoked the

Fifth Amendment 37 times before

Senate committee investigating

Indiana highway scandals, ACL

CIO President George Meany

said, "Our rule on the Fifth is
not automatic." V

Young-Gorhm
Engagement
Announced
Mrs. Anna Young of Frewsbury
N. Y., announces the engage engagement
ment engagement and approaching marriage
of their daughter Sandra to Mr.

John N. Gorham; son of Mr. and

Chamber Mum
At USO-JWP
After an interval of several
month- the USO JWiB Armed
Forces Service Center in Balboa,
presents an evening of chamber
music.
On Monday, Aug. 19, at ft: 15
p.m., Eduatdo Charpentier, Jr.,
one of the finest flutists of Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, will bi featured in collabor collaboration
ation collaboration with the Charpentier wood woodwind
wind woodwind Quintet. This group was or organized
ganized organized in 1946 by Eduardo Char Charpentier,
pentier, Charpentier, Sr.
Eduardo Charpentier, Jr., has

just returned to .Panama irom

musical studies in Europe, parti

cularly at the Paris Conservatory;
and from the United States where

he studied at the Eastn.an School
of Music at Rochester, New York.

With the Chamber Music group

will be the artist, Professor Hen

ry Rosen, cellist, who hag recent'

ly joined the teaching staff of the
Panama National Conservatory of

Music. Froiessor Rosen was re

cently a member of the Haifa
Symphor.y Orchestra in Israel,
and taught at the Israeli Music
Institute, the Conservatoire Na National
tional National of Beirut, Lebanon, and at

the American University, Beirut,

Lebanon. He has toured one sea season
son season :n Turkey, Ankara, and Iz

mir.

Accompanying this erouo of in

ternational musicians will be Pro Professor
fessor Professor Hans Janowitz, who is on
the teaching staff of the Nation National
al National Conservatory of Music, Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, K.Fj and who always gives
a smooth, skilled, warm interpre interpretation
tation interpretation t whatever" music is being
performed. ;
The public of Panama, the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone and the military and
their dependents are all cordially
invited to attend. Admission will
be $1.00. As is customary at the
USO-JWB, servicemen will be ad

mitted free of charge and for stu
dents', $0.50.

Clash .With Ruling v,V
' i';" '' ...-;''(!.'
Meany's veonment and Hutche Hutche-son's
son's Hutche-son's IrefUsal to talk contrasted
with the executive council's. ruling
that ; union leaders who hide be behind
hind behind the Fifth Amendment ; to
protect themselves or avoid inves investigation
tigation investigation should get out of office.
James R. Hoffa, heir-apparent

to control of the mighty Team Teamster
ster Teamster Union, has challenged the
anti Fifth Amendment rule.
Meany, -commenting on today's
council decision, said "When

someone takes the Fifth, it calls
for investigation," not automatic

dismisal.

An AFL-CIO sDokesman said

Meany personally recommended 'a

wait-and-see policy on Hutcneson

after 15 council members spoke

during a 45-minute debate.- Hutch

eson, a member ot me council,

did not speak in his own defense.

The council also postponed from
Aug. 28 to Sept. 5-6 a showdown
between the Teamsters and the

AFL-CIO's Ethical Practices Com

mittee.

It was the fourth time the union
had asked and received a delay
of committee hearings on charges
that the Teamsters have grown
corrupt under the leadership of

President Dave Beck.
The union sources said the top
AFL-CIO brass was playing a cat-and-mouse
game with the Team Teamsters,
sters, Teamsters, rather than giving, in to
them. v
Meany predicted the Ethical

Practices Committee, at its Sep September
tember September hearings in ... Washington,
would ''conclude its business on

the Teamsters' ? case,' whether or

not the Teamsters appear."

Stalling in Question

He i refused to sav whether he

believed the- Teamsters were stall

ing when they postponed their

Aug. 26 executive board meeting
in Lds Aneeles and asked for

AFL-CIO delay on grounds' that
some top union officials were busy

testifying before senate commit
tees. ':? y,

My

IS1B.0S

In Hutcheson's case, the execu

tive council could suspend or oust

the Carpenters chief as a nienv
ber of the council and as an AFL

CIO vice president. But it could

not oust him from the presidency

of the 850,000-member union.

However, labor sources said the

60-year-old Hutcheson was sucn

powerful figure in the building

trades that the council would

move slowly in taking any action

against him.

Hutcheson and two officials of

his union have become involved

in an Indiana scandal in which

fast, lush -profits were made en

the sale of land tor roti roaa
rights-of-way. When a Senate

committee asked Hutcheson if he

was one of the profiteers, the

union chief invoked the Fifth

Amendment.

Lion Governor Arias

Pays Official Visit

To Inferior Clubs

Heurtematte, and Mrs. Julieta Mrs. Lisle E. Gorham of Balboa. (CONTINUED ON PAGE S)

bOliiSl WAITES

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Reopening September 5th

Classes
children
all ages

for
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Registration August 20th, 21st, 22nd 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m
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OPPOSITE THE ANCON P.O.

A host Is a host, not a doctor.
Constant complaints of pain
during a visit often force him or
her to offer help they shouldn't
have to consider.
If It's that bad,- go homev
- -i "V,.

Dr. Teodoro A. Arias, District

Governor of Central America.

Lions International,' paid an
official visit to the Lions cIudf
of Aeuadulce. Penonome and

Capira over the past week nd,
in company with his cabinet sec

retary-treasurer, Tomas rare rare-des
des rare-des and chief of public rela relations,
tions, relations, T. J- Wilber,

Dr.. Arias, In addressing 'the

fK riubs la 1 d particular

stress on the maintenance of

.Ink rMnonidbflitles to the Dis

trlct and Lions International, in
addition to carryine out the

mmmnnltv activities, His ad

dresses, made to the complete
memberships of the three-clubs
during "plenary meetings, -; wer,p
enthusiastically received. His re remarks
marks remarks were., addressed specifi specifi-poiiv
poiiv specifi-poiiv tn the newlv-elected club

officers for the fiscal year.
Meetings
Paraiso Civlt
Council Will
Meat Tomorrow
The Paraiso Civic Council will
meet tomorow evening in the
Music Room of the Paraiso High
Srhonl at 7:30 B.m. Matters of

great importance will be discuss

ed. :..

1

When a sleek young .thing comes

on the TV screen) and says with

pride, "this is toe lowest car m
its field," she isn't talking price.
She is,' so help me, just bragging

thfet the manufacturer of the 1 car

has simply made it lower to the
ground than any of its competitors.

This raceta lower the car in instead
stead instead of the'price-v has1 been going
on for "some 'time now and where
it will end nobody knows, though
one. designer of automobiles pre predicts
dicts predicts that It won't stop until vthe
door has to extend into the roof

of the car.

Long, low lines or not, the driver

has to get into the car.
What I can't figure out is how
the automobile manufacturers can
overlook the fact that ours is an
aging population While the 'Cars
are getting lower and, lower, the
American citizen is getting older
and older. 4; t
FURNITURE MEN CAUGHT OH
The furniture-manufacturers for
a long time Ignored the fact that
aging muscles and bones rebel a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst sitting preactically on tha

floor. It was well-night impossible
for a while to find a chair or couch
with modern lines that wasn't just

a notcn aoox a footstool in Height.
But the low, low chairs and
couches were so Awkward to eet

in and out of especially for any anyone
one anyone over 40 that chairs and sofas

you can sit down in are bajck ,on

the market. t

Maybe, it-won't be too bad to
crawl into things and know that
the young do. not buy most of the
automobile-. ;
Even if they don't fieure that out

eventually, cars are soon coins to

nave 10 start getting higher instead

of. lower. You can only go so low.

The Lion On Gould

And Somerset Aves

TRF.NTnW M J ; f fTPY 1 Mo sic.

trate Samuel Levinthal allowed

last night that while Ewing
Township ordinances permit
"some animals" there was just

comprint aeainst a net kept by

aaipn xtesteuccio.

The pet is a 400-pound African
lion which Resteuccio keeps, in a
concrete building near his home.
! At an informal .hearing attend attended
ed attended by nervous township officials
and Resteuccio, Levinthal said the
lion "by no wild stretch of the
imagination' could be considered
as covered by.' the zoning ordi ordinance
nance ordinance which' permits "pets.";
Resteuccio, 32, a former gorilla
keeper for a circus, said he had
bought the lion more than two

years ago- vhea it was a 4-month-

.014 CUQ.-"'"- '-'
i '.i ..- ',,): .,
"I've had that lion for two-and-one-half
years and now, suddenly
all this is happening."
- He submitted statements from
eight neighbors which read: "To
whom it may f concern: The lion
on Somerset; and -Gould avenues is
no nuisance to Us nor does it
bother ..us in, any way.V
The town fathers, however, be began
gan began drafting a formal complaint
to force Resteuccio to get rid of
his pet on grounds of ('odor,
health, sanitation and violation of

the zoning ordinance."

Resteuccio s reason for keeping
such an unusual pet in a residen residential
tial residential area:
"I like animals. Big ones espe especially."
cially." especially." ,V ;

Ill

SEARCH FOR KNOWLEDGE
FELBOURNE, Australia (UP)

Burglars who rifled a print shop

here apparently were trying to get
at the root of the. matter. They
stole 10,000 copies of a booklet to

be distributed to local police.) The

booklets described the best meth

ods to thwart crime. ,, -t, ( .-1

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everyone enjoys our new
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WEDNESDAY

VARIETY NIGHT

AT EL PANAMA
in the informal
BALBOA BAR
show starts at 10 p.m.
with

4 wonderful new singers to entertain you while
you enjoy the best drink values brtown!
RICAURTE URRIOLLv" i J
LUCINDA MUISOZ"
SA3IUEL HER R ERA V
'.V ; DANIEL DUNN-'
DOLORES and her Trio and The BARON
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This Is NOT an amateur contest. Variety Night irfcigt
. ym ezciUnc new and earflly 1
entertainment fand in 'p lV
w Smth if Taiems." I fT,v-.

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it may b your Hrarl
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bit a day a k your diaaatiTa traa m tea
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yaur load ai; aoa diaart . aaa Woata p
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SGT. EUGENE COLEMAN, 5700th Air Base' Group v lnstru- -ment
Training Section, speaks to Capt. Blair; E. Nilsson. Al- '.
brook AFB Training Officer inside a newly installed -flight
trainer: The trainer, installed at Albrook simulates flights in,
a C-46 type aircraft. .Imaginary flights can he mads up to
five hours in length, giving the pilot "a work-out" on lstru--'
ments- and procedures.. Alfred Aragona, technical representa
tive for the Curitss-Wright Corporation, manufacturers of the
;; trainer observes the operation., (Official USAF Photo :

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END OF REIGN OF TERROR A deputy sheriff pulls along"
One; of the three gunmen, who had held the family of Homer
Fen&termaker captive for ? hours In their, home near Loui-'
ville Ohio. More than 100 ptilcemen used tear gas to drive outi
the three thugs. Police said the gunmeiv had shot and seriously ;
wounded ; a- policeman in Louisville after robbing a market

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Cpt,'ind Mrs. Brooks
WLM. Haw Vlatara i

Mrs. Marjaret Reiberjer 'Brew-
' . V ir. 17.

Iter Wilson ana ner Bon-mi,
' gen Brewster; will arrive from
Florida next week for a tenVday
visit, with Caot. anT Mrs. Leland

fftrnntl of Ins Rios. v :

Mr.. Brewster, who is r business

manager for National Airlines will
en on to Lima. Peru on Aug. 30

aa delegate to the Intemation

, al Junior Chamber of Commerce

Convention to be Jiera in tnafci

I ty. Jurv. Wilson will remain with

i Cant, and Mrs.-Brooks untu ner

I ton's return.
! Jams C HarreHI
f KvhikMa Oil Paintlnas

v An ungually diversfied exhibit

of oils is currently showing at the
TJSO-JWB Armed Forces Service

Center in Balboa. James. E. Har

rell, a member of the Canal Zone
5 Art League, shows a 'wide inter-

i est in subject matter and interpre
1 i.Cnn r

I Mr Barrel!,' who lays claim to

' little formal art training, says jus
I experience extends over four or

' five years of week-end painting,

' and a x months attendance ai

classes' in il painting offered by

the A1CA,

Mr. Karrell, an amateur in the

field. considers this exhibit an ex

; periment ia. color, No pictures
.have heen aamed, and none are
offered for tale. However, some

In Bertrand Flornoy's- brilliant
and inspiring bookr"The World
fit Tfl'' nn ttAllIa

tion this week by the canal Zone

Library; phases op tne jnca ci
' vilization ar revealed.

Who were the incas? Where
did they come from?' What were
i their beliefs, their, gods, their
.legends and traditions, their so

cial organlpations? way cua

this great and powerful empire
fall prey so easily to a handful

of 6oanish adventurers?

All these questions and many
more are answered by Flornoy
In a moving,-colorful and im-

Jmensely readable, account of
Iipeople and society, ;

"OThe other books to have been

iplaced on circulation- this, -week

w..:, . MIS li J.

NON-FICTION: Beyond the Five
(Senses, Garrett; Retirement,

mart: Theodore Roosevelt, Beaie:

jelimate and Economic Develop Develop-Iment
Iment Develop-Iment in the Tropics, Lee; The

iMonkey Kingdom, Sanderson:

I Your Child's Teeth. Bacon; Low-

ifat Cookery, Stead; Guide to
iGlamor. King: Automation in

'Business and Industry, Grabbe

'Famous American Athletes of

:Today, Whitmarsh; Doctor's
Choice, Blaustein; Seven Caves,

Coon; Curving- shore, .ormerod;
John Marin. Wight.

FICTION: Complete Short Sto

ries of Mark Twain, Clemens;
The Flying Fox, McMinnies;
iFerguson. Kruger; The wonder

ful Sibleys, Maler; ihe Feast of
iLupercali Moore;- The Trumrjet

'Shall Sound, Tomllnsoh; His
(was the Fire', Styles; The Golden
'Strangers, Treece; The Memoirs
of a Cross-eyed Man, Wellard.
REFERENCE C O LLECTION:
Britannlca Book of the .. Year
'1957, Encyclopaedia Britannlca;
;Ports of the World; Jane's
Fighting Ships; Jane's All the
Worlds Aircraft; Who's Who in
'Engineering,-
i CHILDREN'S BOOKS: Freddy

fuys r uuiuaii, diuuro, me fur furling
ling furling Carpet. Brown; Mystery at

iDing-Dong Gulch, Carter: The
iPeddler's Cart, Cottsworth; On
iBeyond Zebra, Gelsel; Betsy's
iBusy Summer, Haywood; Treas-

lures to see, weisgara; Ail A

ibout the Atom, Freeman; Prize

Plays for Teert-agers, Miller; Kit
Jcarson, Trail Blazer and Scout,
'Garst; Stephen Decatour, Smith:
Rogers' Rangers and the French

muu xuuwu n ax.

friends of the artist have several
of bis paintings jn their homes in

the Canal zone and in tne United
States.-.. - i
This exhibit will remain in dis display
play display through Aug. 24. The pub public
lic public is cordiatyy invited to visit the
Art Gallery which is open from
9:00 a.m. to 10; 00 p.m. daily.
Charity Party ; J '-
Is Success
The eighth annual Charity Par Party,
ty, Party, for :ht benefit of thu Sajvation
Army School for the Blind, in Pa

nama, and the Light House m

Jerusalem, Israel, was held Tues

aay nignt, at tne uup ueimar.

Solons Deplore Use
of Senate Galleries

For Publicity Sfunls

WASHINGTON, Aug. 14 (UP)-

Sea. Prescott Bush (R-Conn) told

the Senate yesterday it's time the

chamber stopped letting us gal

leries be used for publicity stunts

by Hollywood actors and others.

Bush, a digmiiea ivy leaguer

Yale '17 proposed, a riew rule
to prohibit members from point

ing to tne galleries and intro introducing
ducing introducing visiting stage and screen
personalities, high school classes

and bands, and distinguished

constituents. r- -

He -visualized a senator inter

rupting business to point to the
gallery and ask -' unanimous con consent,
sent, consent, to introduce VMiss dyly
Lisle,", who might be appearing
in a production at Washington's

National Theater.
Then, he said, "Miss Dorothy
Dacron" appears In the next play

at the National and her publicity

agent wants her introduced from
the gallery. !'''
"Let's snare this senate cham

ber," 'he said. :'Let's keep it free

oi puDiicity stums.",

Bush s proposed tiew rule Was

co-sponsored' by Sen. John C

Stennis (D-Miss), George A

Smathers (D-Fla),' Francis Case
(R-SD) and Charles E.-Potter

(R-Mich). It was similar to a rule

already enforced in the Honse,

Sen.' Richard B. Russell (D-Ga)

immediately endorsed Bush's

proposal.

"I believe' this practice can be

if it has not already been, carried

to a point that it cheapens the

Senate," Russell said.

MEETINfiS

: Each notic ft Incluiion In Ihh

column should ba submitttd

ty p-writttn form and mailed

the box number lilted daily In oe oe-cial
cial oe-cial and. Otherwiie,", or delivered
b hand 'to the office. Notices of

meeting .caan,et be accepted by
telephone.
Atlantic Side -Art
League
ft 11 Friday .

The Canal Zone Art League At

fantic Branch will hold its regu

lar meeting at 7:00 p.m., Friday

Aug. at the home of Mrs.. Robin

Erixon, 8056-1 Margarita.

'AH members. are urged to at

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Survival Techniques

if Pfned Airman

Being Investigated

WASHINGTON. Aug. 14 (UP)-

ihe Air Force said today it is

investigating the survival lech

mques of Lt, David A. Steeves

who lived through 54 days in

California's mountain; wilderness

after his plane crashed.

The Air Force emphasized It

has no reason to disbelieve

Steeves' high adventure story of

his return to civilization after he

was presumed dead.

Steeves, --who ,i parachuted to

safety, said he spent 54 days
alone in--the High Sierras, living

on usn, reptiles and a deer. He
was forced to crawl through the
wilderness because of an injured
leg, he said. ..

The Air Force said the Investi

gation is being conducted to
locate the plane and "to check
carefully and see,, what caused
the crash;" :-. ':."::.:!

It said Steeves also is beine

questioned at lengths '"to deter

mine his reactions and evaluate

tnem with regard' to survival

training." :
Steeves, on hi return, 'said
thoughts of his wife and child
helped carry him through the on

ordeal. But his pretty, blonde wife
who embraced himh on his return
is planning divorce. V ,v f.

Dr. John Moscowof New York
writes, "I hope you approve of
the bidding of this hand. I only
had 16 points for my. three no no-trump
trump no-trump response but I felt that
my two ten spots Justified the
slam bid."
I do approve of the bidding,
and the play as described by the
Doctor is even better, v

The Doctor won the opening

club lead with his ace and went

right after spades. West dropped
a low diamond on the second
spade and things looked real

bad. Dummy 's's jack of diamonds
was allowed to hold the next

trick andv a -second diamond

lead was held by declarer's king.

jit West had won the second dia

mond ine nana wouia nave

been a cinch from then on since

East' would have been squeezed
in spades and hearts.

West's double holdup made

things very difficult but Dr,V Mos Moscow
cow Moscow managed to make the hand
by an end play against East. He

ran the club suit and noted that
East discarded two hearts and

the ten of diamonds. 1

Now the Doctor had real

problem. .East held two spades

and three other cards, were ail
three hearti or were' two of

them hearts and the : other

diamond?

Dr. Mote ow. decided that

West's first' discard would not

have been a diamond if he had
started with only four diamonds

and hence West would hold both

missing diamonds.

The ace. king and another

heart were played and East was

in and had to lead away from
his jack of spades to r give the

jjocwr ms tweiiui wick. :

Lodz Tense As Strikers Turn Down
Offer; Police Rushed From Warsaw

LODZ. Poland:! Auav! 14 tVP'i

Police reinforcement r us hod

from Warsaw to 1 Lodz today to

cope with a violence-tinged sit

down strike that threatened to

develop 1 n 1 0 ? a Poznan-style

ureaa ana rreeaom not.

The atmosphere was tensn anil

ugly. Hundreds of wives and moth.

ers pushed through lines of police
J 1111.3 ...

anu muiUHinen armea with sun

machine guns to brine hot food

and coffee to the 5,000 strikers at
the two main bus and trniw r

btrucers lounsine arounrf th.

buildings Jeered when told they
would be paid for the two days
they have- been on strike nrovidpH

they returned to work immedi

ately.

Army and civilian trurfra

being vused to transport other

woreers 10 ineir jobs in this tcx

uie center Which is t h

mrfw city m Poland.

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It appeared that nnlv fnr

dislodge ; the strikers from thi

JJambrowski and Tnmwi r.

depots, where thev beean etnt.

yesterday to demand a 50 per cent

wage increase, current mnnthi

oaiaiica ruu a pout BUO ZIOtys (S35
at the tourist rate of exchange). A

Kuvciuiiieui oner in nrnv rf

other 50,000,000 zlotys ($2,137,5oo)

in additional oav next Ortnh.r

ws rejeciea as insufficient. Th

government, in turn, rejected
the strikers' waff dpmanrii n

grounds thev. wnntri itnin fh.

inflation-plagued economy,
The mood of the men and wom wom-holding
holding wom-holding the depots indicated to ob observers
servers observers here that if force were
used j to smash the strike, there
would be a repeat of the "bread
and freedom" riotimr th. tr.

the citv of Poznan into a battle battleground
ground battleground in June, 1958, and resulted
in the deaths of 53

The strikers and their families

were bitter. Thev denied nm.

municl newspaper reports that
tney started clashes with nnii.

yesterday by attacking them with
clubs.

The strikers said th nnii,,. .k

tacked first and that the ntiliti.

fired tear gas which injured five

women.

Sale of Iiouor in Tyt

banned for fear a few drunken ag agitators
itators agitators might set off "real
trouble."

: The Mquor problem has 'been a
serious one in Poland. .The gov

ernment recently, increased liquor

prices, it saia its proposed wage

increase offer,, which the strikers
rejected, would be paid' for out of

increased taxes on alcoholic bev

erages.

There 1 were 600 strikers at the

Dambrowski depot. The rest were
at the Owa car barns. Most
of them 'whiled away their time
lounging, reading- books and pa

pers and talking. ..

The ; government of ? "liberal" 1

party leader Wladyslaw Goniulka

was in a quandary. It could not

meet : tne strikers' demands ; be

cause it would trigger nationwide
wage increases. On the other hand

it could not allow the transport a
tion industry of the country's 'sec.
ond largest city to remain nara.

lyzed indefinitely. ,

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Cairo Court Fines
US Archaeiogisl
for Smuggling'

CAIRO, Aug, 14 (UP)-Ameri-can
, archaeologist Charles A.
Muses today was found guilty of

trying 10 smuggle ancient relics
from Egypt and dealing in the cur

rency DiacK market; He was fined
$54,530 and given a 13-month sus suspended
pended suspended tentence.
If the sciertisf from. Tndlan Trill

Colo., fails to pay the fine, Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian law stipulates that he must
serve 90 davs in orison. h m

he would refuse to pay and "save
myself a lot of dough, which I do

aoi nave anyway."
His Egyptian attorney immed-
fatal.. 41 iT 1 ..

mmj myyaiCU 1110 VerQlCI 01 me
Guizeh court of misdemeanors.
- Muses had pleaded innocent to
both charges on grounds he was
ignorant of Egyptian law. He still

xaces anotner trial in Cairo crim criminal
inal criminal court on charges of -illegal

yucssivu VI a piSlOl.

' The prosecution had demanded

a ; sentence oi trom seven to 10

years imprisonment and a fine.
The 38 r year old archaeologist
was i arrested last spring as he
was about to board a plane at

cairo airports Customs officials
said they found ancient bric-a-hrac
in his luggage.
x Muses had been excavating at
the Dahshour diggins, site of the
bui'iai places of ancient pharoahs.
He had been held in jail since
Ws arrest, 54 days ago, The time
would apply to the 90 days he must
serve if he fails to pay the fine.
He was found guilty on four
counts of stealing antiquities, try trying
ing trying to smuggle them from Egypt,
dealing in the black market with
dollars and trying tq smuggle cur-i
rency from the country.

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VISITOR t)r. Geoffrey F.j
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New York, from London. Dr.t

FischerV accused of breaking up;
the romance of Princes Mar

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lla'Pdoer Locals'

WASHINGTON, Aug. 14 (UP-J

The Senate Rackets Committee
ihas bnea using the term .fpaper
locals" to '.describe bogus union
groups set up by labor racketeers,
i The United PspermakeM and
(Paperworkers Union objects.-
i In a letter to committee Chair Chairman
man Chairman Joha L. McCleUan (D-Ark).
(United P. and P. President Paul
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. irnuups suggesiea mat ue cora cora-'
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"MTRW YORK. Auir. 14 (UP) Michey Mantle

the first round in his

Ted Williams and wound
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Sox at tne same ume.
Mantle. Iient on retaining his
TAtaMMPin 'Leaeue faattine crown

f enjoyed a perfect night last night
tia he collected three hits in as
"many times up and drove in all of

the Yankees' runs in a 3-z victory
; over Boston.
F Mickey's performance, which in included
cluded included his 32nd homer and a pair
, of singles, raised his batting aver aver-'
' aver-' age five points to 84, He still
1 'traUed WilliamL who boosted his

,'league leading mark one point
to .388 with a single and two walks
;?n four trips.
t.-'Rig Frank Sullivan was the vie
ytim of Mantle's homer which

, .came in the eighth inning with
i tone on and wiped out Boston's 2-1
, dead. The blow not only enabled
, 'Mantle to take over the league
leadership m runs batted in with
f t a i total of 83, but also helped the
' Ylnks retain their 5V4 game lead.
; It! marked Mickey's first homer
in Boston this season.
I Tom Sturdivant icatttrad stv
, ,n hits in ragistaring his 10th
' victory although southpaw Bob Bobby
by Bobby Sh.inti was caDltd in to nail
- dbwn tho final out.
fjm Rivers drove in five runs
Vith a pair of homers to leadl

the White Sox to a 10-5 tnumpn
over the Indians; Billy Gardner

second homer of the game witn
' one on in the' ninth gave Balti

more a 5-3 victory over Wash-
iriftton. and Kansas City scored a

' 1 Winning 3-2 victory over Detroit

W the nignicap oi a day mgnt
dftubleheader after the Tigers won
' the operter, 3-1.
The Milwaukee Braves ..reeled
off their eighth straight victory
:. and stretched their Na-tional
League lead to 6Vi games with a
12-4 decision ovei Cincinnati. The
Giants defeate the Dodgers, 4 4-,
, 4-, 2! Bob Friend of the Pirates pitch pitch-'
' pitch-' ed a two-hitter in beating the Phil Phillies,
lies, Phillies, 6-0, and the Cubs snapped a
three-game losing streak with a
6-2 victory over the Cardinals.
Southoaw Billy Pierce was sup supported
ported supported 'by an u-hit attack .that
, included four homers as he re re-,
, re-, giatered his 16th victory e V e n
though he needed relief from
. I perry Staley in the eighth in in-tiag.
tiag. in-tiag. Ir dditioi: to the pair of hom hom-"ftri
"ftri hom-"ftri by Rivera, Sherm Lollar and
Lwalt Dropo also connected for
'Chicago to hand Ray Narleski his
first defeat since he became a
tarter on July 4. -!
i.Gardner connected for his came-

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Black after having hit an earlier
Homer off Suss Kemmerer in the
seventh inning vas the Senators
dropped their fourth straight game
(Bob Nieman also homered for
the Orioles. Connie Johnson went
the route for Baltimore, scatter
inJ 10 hits for his 10th triumph.
Al Kaline's two homers paced
the tigers to theii opening game
virtnrv over the AtleticS. Paul
Foytack, lifted in the eighth in
ning after U)u bkizas nomer, won
his 13th eame as Kansas City's
four-game winning streak came to
an e l .
Htctor Lopai' 14th inning pinch
singla gave the Athletics th.
nightcap triumph. Lopez' h i t
cam off Jim Bunnjng, Detroit's
fourth pitcher, but rookie Bob
Shaw was the loser, Tom Mor Morgan
gan Morgan gajned his eighth victory of
the year and third in four days.
Kaline end Sklzas homered a a-gain
gain a-gain in tha nightcap, and Vic
Pow.ir also hit a homer.
Lew Burdette batted in four
runs with two home runs to help
the Braves gam their 12tn victo victory
ry victory in 14 meetings with the Red-
lecs this year. Both of Burdette's
homers came off loser Joe Nux-
hall, the second homer coming
with two men on in the sixth in inning
ning inning to break a 4-4 tie. Red Scho Scho-endienst
endienst Scho-endienst and George Crowe also
hit nomers.
Ruhen Gomez of the Giants
pitched no-hit ball over the last
six innings to beat the Dodgers for
the third time this season and
score his 13th victory of the cam campaign.
paign. campaign. The Giants knocked out
starter Stfl Maglie in the third in inning
ning inning and then snapped a string of
13- 2-3 consecutive scoreless relief
innings by Ed Roebuck when they
pushed over two runs in the fifth
inning. Charley Neal homered for
the' iBrooks.
Bill Mazeroski hit a two run
homer for the Pirates and drove
in a total ot lour runs to neip
Friend allowed were Granny Ham Ham-ner's
ner's Ham-ner's single in the third inning
and Harry Anderson's single in
the eiehth. Warren Hacker was
the loser.
. Bob Rush contributed two doub
les m ths Cubs' win over the Cards.
In banding the Cardinals their
seventh straight loss. Rush blank
ed them' for eight innings before
vieldiue two runs in the ninth
and giving way to Dick Little-
field. Herman Wehmeier was the
loser.
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By LESLIE
The Nautilus made a glorious
trip over the past weekend they
went down tu Pinas Ba and rais
ed 26 sailiish and boated 13. A A-board
board A-board were Lena Burchett, Chub Chubby
by Chubby Wright, Captain J. M. Gnf Gnf-tidi,
tidi, Gnf-tidi, A. G. Rogers and Milt Wright.
The first sailfisli caught didn't
; even wait for the cut bait lo get
rlgged up ne took a feather.
loey say tne weather was grand,
with litue rain and clear blue wa
ter. 'rttey also caught a load of
dolphin and bonito.
Tne Viking ana the Seri are still
down mere, out tneir luck up-to-
uaie is uot so gooa,
The Flying Scot went as far as
PeVuu uuiuoMiA. iney raiaeu-two
sauusii auu ouateu uiie, "Vf eye
lorn was tue uugier Wiio biouil!.
mo Hsu auoaiu, iua iubi u
iuey aiso caugui a nuuiujr ui
UDlPiil" aUU Out IdlHU lUlut.
udivy nuomsuii caxui. uci iirst
sauubu last ween., aooaiu la ivay
The next regular meeting will
oe ueiu.u Ulc ruxlCe iAJu6
uaiva-cniva luiiioixow.
All members are asked to mae
au eutut to ue uieie. to enjoy a
suuu intai auu iu weicouiu our
liiesiubuv uuu oeccetai y uacK alt
er ineu' vacauoii in uie U. a,
On "i ne Alleys. .
WEST BANK ASSOCIATION
aiAiMUintta
Team
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a
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24
XI
Id
la
l.i
teivtza Balboa
iaiuatOtd
Aovey
nuu Motors
jftaif
C. a. High
carta v icja
ii0uue
otewoiu Electric
Friday night's bowling was im
material to me race mat is shap
ing up among ue gais ior Uie
uibn league average. Auhougn
Cerveza Balboa mauitainea liieir
ooiu on ursi piace Dy tne sum
margin oi one game ana .La Mas Mascots
cots Mascots moveu o"e more cioaer to
tne top Dy a iour to notnmg wal wal-lop
lop wal-lop 'i iiuii wotors, roomie ian ian-uig
uig ian-uig Cana v"ieja ior iour, I'taif
wuippuig Liitnoiei for iour, anu
Jovey cakmg tnree irom c. a.
iiiga, au eyes were ou tne iour oi
live gats nnuiig it out ior tne
COVdeu avciage ieao.
Three of the 'combatants' are
on me sauie team, ixjis i nomas
with a io aveiaoe, neien itivers
witn 1 anu AVeiyu aouis&i wim
lot arj on tue ivntSLOta tnai
Was uouig Dame witu nuu mo mo-tois
tois mo-tois Wiiicu uuabia tue top oowiers,
mayrti migauan, witn a lza aver
age via. iaiis inouias uu tor ItoH
puis, neieu itivers ior Mt, auu
uvciyu jvuoyis&i ior oQ with a
game oi loa m uie ecund. uieau-
nrililc, majiie lv.nguiiau Wad illtuUg
a uo senes wiui a mgu tm oi
iia in uie uiuu.
This was a big battle. And, it
win bOmuiUe ut two next
weea, as uie same jua iUascola
ttoiu Wtii, iu auuiuou to Daitiing
inemseives, iace uie stiuiig iovey
team wiui reia iruegas, uie sec second
ond second hign woman bowier, on tnat
team. Also, loretia i-arn of No No-vey
vey No-vey is right in tbe Uuck ot the
DaOle wiui a 127 average and sue
can be tougn at times, bo, tnat
wul De live oi the top aai bowl
ers opposing each otiier.
In another iisnt tor tn ..m
honors, marge lawyer ot C. a.
High with au' averaae of 12.S win
do battle with juaige apiros oi
nau, aiso With a 12S B vor.tr o
Neiu Fnuay evening i, going l0"
ue au interesting evening indeed.
L.m mascoia aud jnovpv uiii -t
ofi' on alleys 1 and 2, Hull Mo Motors
tors Motors ana stewara .Electric are on
aueys ana 4. Cerveza Ralhn.
ana Ebonite will be on alleys i
and 6, C. A. Hieh and Pi.tf
ana t. and Carta Vieia
rolet on 8 and 10.
The big bowline Friday nioM
was done by LaMascota a h.i..
washed the Hull Motors team.
They hit the aeaaon'a hicrh un.i
of k40 (scraun), the eeason'i iec iec-ond
ond iec-ond high scratco game of 993. and
movea to within one Bam m tirmt
I place as Balboa was taking three
uuiu oiewarn JkieciTlC.
Jim Rivers led the men of La
Mascot with big S23 series
with games of 15.' 185 and
182, Hank KobyUki followed with
SOI with games of w, 144 and 160,
and Tom Thomas was close to the
'500 with games of 1S2. 150 and
177. for 489. Nelsoa Clark was
high for Hull Motors with 495,
V ICTOkIA
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Working Boys, Cristobal Close

In on Faltering Alum

9 x
Was

YOURS TTJRLEY Bob Tur Tur-ley
ley Tur-ley threw away his windup
and cools off after extending
his string of scoreless Innings
for the New York Yankees.
Hard Hilling Buffalo
Protecting IL Lead
With Strong Hurling
NEW YORK, Aug. 14 (UP
The Buffalo Bisons, who slugged
their way into first place of the
International League, are now pro
tecting their lead with strong pitch
ing.
Buffalo whipped Richmond 5-0
and 2-1 in a doubleheader last
night to increase its margin to
two games over Toronto. The
Vees, who started the evening in
second place, fell into third, three
and a half games out, as a result
of the double beating.
Fred Hahn limited Richmond to
two hits in the seven-inning open
er. The Bison, league-leaders in
the home run department, added
three more as Lou Ortiz, Mike
Bzxes ami 'Bill Serena tagged Vee's
starter Bill Bethel. In the night
cap, all-star selection Walt Crad Crad-dock
dock Crad-dock won his 14th game with a
seven-hitter.
Toronto scored twice in the sev
enth inning to edge Havana, 2-1.
Don Johnson, despite a home run
pitch tovUltus Alavarez, brought.
his season's record to 13-5.
In other games, Miami's Howie
Judson went all the way to defeat
Montreal, 10-3, at Quebec City,
and Columbus beat Rochester, 6
1, for its fourth straight victory,
Pally Berg Grabs
World Golf Tourney
For Fourth Time
CHICAGO (UP) Petty Berg,
with S6.000 first prize money
World tournament at Tarn O Shan
ter in her purse today had a total
of $15,768 in winnings for the
year.
Miss Berg won the World Mon
day for the fourth time with an
edge of two strokes over Fay
Crocker, of Uruguay, in their
playoff for the women's profes professional
sional professional title.
The chunky titleholder's addi addition
tion addition of the first prize money to
her account nut her nearly .15.000
beyond Mias Crocker, whose $2,-
ooo in second place money gave
her a total of $10,796.85 for 1957.
Miss Berg, a Chicagoan, was
even or ahead throughout .the tus-
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Joe Benner Against
Field In US Pistol
Champion Defense

CAMP PERRY, Ohio (UP)
Army M-Sgt, Huelet L. (Joe)
Benner of West Point. W.Y.. be
gan defending his national pistol
championship yesterday against
1,300 other military and civilian
sha,rp-shooters at this Lake Erie
post.
The marksmen and women open
three days of hand-gun firing by
shooting .22 caliber pistols at pa
per targets in the slow tire.1 timed
fire, rapid fire, international rap-
la lire silhouette and national
match course events. The shoot
ers stand 25 and 50 yards and 25
meters from,, the targets.
Today,, the experts switch
to .38 caliber pistols and Thurs
day use .45 caliber weapons, with
tne total score determining tue
national pistol championship.
Other pistol contests are slated
through Saturday, ending the first
Mtf ek of. the 1957 national matches
running until Sept. 10. Rifle tour
naments, including muzzle-loading
competitions, are scheduled for
the remaining four weeks.
Shooting started M o n d a v whe
U.S. Navy C.W.O. Offutt Pinion of
El Sobrante. Calif., successfully
defended his international .22 cal
iber free pistol championship
against 300 marksmen.
Pinion racked up 537 out of a
possible 600 points, including 20
10s, to nose but George F. Phil-
Hps of Flushing, N:Y., who also
had a 537, but scored only 18 10s.
The 10-point circles on internation international
al international targets decide ties.
Army Sfc. Nelson H. Lincoln of
Flagstaff, Ariz., took third place
with a 523 score with his 60 slow
fire shots at 50 meters.
Dick Savift Tells US
Davis Cup Committee
Hoi To Gel Hopes Up
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. (UP)--
Tall and husky Dick Savitt, who
trounced America's two top tennis
players in marching to the East Eastern
ern Eastern Grass Courts championship.
told the U.S. Davis Cup Commit
tee today not to get its hopes up.
The 30-year-old Savitt defeated
Vic Seixas of Philadelphia in the
championship match Monday. 6 4,
6-4, 1-6, 8-6, after having whipped
tne u.s.' No. l ranking player.
Ham Richardson, in the semi
finals.
"I'm not interested in Davis
Cup play," said Savitt after the
final match. "As a matter of fact,
i may not even piay in the na
tionals at ForesfHills. It will de
pend on whether my business per'
mits it."
Savitt's game was not quite at
ns peax against sexias, and he
had trouble, with his service, but
his ground strokes and volleys at
the net were too strong for 33-
year-old Seixas, who has yet to
win the Eastern championship in
10 years of trying, although he
has taken the Wimbledon and
f orest Hills titles.
Mary Ann Mitchell of San Le
andro, Calif., won the women's
singles with a 6-2, 1-2 conquest of
Jeanne Ann of St. PauL Minn.,
and Barbara Davidson of Milwau
kee and Mrs. Pat Todd of 'La
joiia, taiif., won the women's
doubles over Janet Hopps of Se
at ue ana Diana woqton of Santa
Monica, Calif., 6-1, 6-L,
The men's doubles went In ih
Australian team of Roy Emerson
and Bob Marki with a 4-6. 8-. s-7.
4-6, 6-3 triumph over the English
isvm cup ieam or Alike Davis
and Bob Wilson.
sie with the challenging Uruguay-
au anounaKer.
Miss Berg's -previous 1357 wina
were the titleholders, the Western
Open and the All American- at
Tarn O'Shanter. She was forced
into the playoff when the- and
Miss Crocker wound up with 302
apiece at the end of 72 holes of
regular play.
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, STANDINGS
Atlantic Basketball League
Teams W L Pet,
Alumni 10 6
Cristobal ,88
Working Boys s a 8
Powells, 6 10
.625
.500
.500
.375
MONDAY'S RESULTS
Cristobal 71 Alumni 50 ;
Working Boys 71 Powells 55
TONIGHT'S GAMES
Cristobal vs Powells
t Alumni vs Working Boys
: By TP IVOR SIMONS
The pressure of having the 1957
Atlantic Basketball League cham
pionsmp just within their, grasp
seemed just a little too much for
the pace-seeing Alumni quintet
and they looked like anything but
the. team that has led the league
ail year in losing a 71 to 50 deci
sion to Cristobal. The loss was
Alumni's fourth in their last five
games and coupled "with theWork theWork-ing
ing theWork-ing Hoys easy 71 to 55 win in the
nightcap over Powells, now puts
two teams within striking distance
as the season nears it's, end.
Paced by McPhearson's 30-point
attack and Humphrey's 20 paints,
Cristobal jumped into an early
lead in the first game against the
pennant-bound Alumni. The quick
Cristobal lead seemed to take the
wind out of the sails ofthe Alum Alumni
ni Alumni and they appeared to bev a
throughly whipped team before the
half ended with Cristobal leading
31 to 19. While' the Alumni conti continued
nued continued to look hap-hazard, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal continued to drive throughout
to win, going away, 71 to 50.
Isaac Peltynovitch, who now ap appears
pears appears ti be making a serious bid
for the league's scoring champion champion-ship,
ship, champion-ship, again banged away at the
nets to the tune of 3q points, repre representing
senting representing more than half of his
team's winning effort. The win put
the Working Soys within two
games, of the league' lead, dead-
locked lor second place with Cris
tobal. Wendy Sasso ws top scorer
for the losing Powells five, acor-
mg zo point, v. y
Alumni Try -Again Tonight
;s'--4f!'-V:-
i.Onlv Ifwo Dlavine dates remain
in -the 1 1957 Atlantic" Basketball
League: Tonight is the end of the
regular schedule -i with Cristobal
scheduled to meet Powells in the
first : game while Alumni tries a
gain to wrap up the championship
in a tilt with the inspired Working
jioys ra uie nignicap.
After wight the eames oostoon
ed from July 3, pitting the same
teams rgainst each other, will be
played next Monday night, August
19. This means that Alumni will
have to overcome the hottest team
in the loop twice if they are to
avoid the season finishing in a
two, and possibly three-team dead
lock. Cristobal, still very much
in the fight, will play Powells
twice and hope for the best in the
jair of Alumni-Working Boys con
tests. ,a -v '.'
By BEANS REARDOM
, Written for NBA Service
QUESTION: Trailing, 1-0, with
runner on second and third base
and one out, the batter singles to
right field. One run scores, out
the man from second base it out
at the plate. The fielding team
then throws to first and appeals
to the umpire that the batter did
not touch the base. The .umpire a
grees. If is the third out Does
this affect the run? Jules Rabin,
. Answer:. Yes ne ran can
cere n a play In which the
third out dees net reach first
base safely.
Q. Runners are on second and
third base. The hatter flies out
to deep center field. The man on
third scores after the catch and
the man on second also tallies oe
a bad throw to the plate. On ap
peal the runner on third was ad adjudged
judged adjudged to have left base before
the estcn. do any of tne runs
count? Jack Fancy.
A. Ne. The man whe left third
before the catch accounted for
the third out.
Q. The batter hits between out'
fielders. Two runs score and he
comes an the way home on a poor
relay. He failed to touch first
base. But the fielding team
make its appeal at third, aaytng
he didn't touch that base. The
umpire says be did. Can he allow
the out because of the miss at
first base? Paul Zuckermaa.
A. Ne.
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National League
Teams
w Lt Pet.,
GB
j 7Va
10
19
28
29
Milwaukee
St, Louis :
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
New York v
Chicago "...
Pittsburgh
69
62
62
61
59
51
40
40
42
'48
48
50
52,
62
69
71
.622
.564
.564
.550
.532
.451
.367
.360
' Today's Game
St. Louis at Chicago
Brooklyn at New York
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia1
(N)
Milwaukee' at Cincinnati (N)
St. Louis
Chicago
; 000 000 0022 9
002 001 21X-6 13
Whmeier (5-6), Schmidt, W 1 1 1-helm
helm 1-helm an Landrith. ;
Rash (3-12), Littlefield and Nee Nee-man.
man. Nee-man. ,',..
(Night Game)
Brooklyn 011 000 0002 4 0
New York 002 020 OOx 4 8 0
Maglie, Roebuck (4-2) and Cam Cam-panella.
panella. Cam-panella. Gomez (13-9) and Thomas.
(Night Game) 1
Pittsburgh 020 000 2206
Philadelphia 000 000 0000
Friend (8-15) and Folles.
Hacker (6-4), Farrell and Lopa-
U
(Night Game) r
Milwaukee 001 034 01312 15 1
Cincinnati 020 020 000- 4 8 2
Burdette (11-7) and Crandall.
Nuxhall (li7), Freeman, Acker
and Burgess.

Pairings, Starling Times

Listed For Third Round Of

Isthmian : Amateur Tourney

Here are the pairings and start starting
ing starting fnies for the third round
matches of the 1957 Mercurio Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Amateur Golf Tournament
at Fort. Davis Golf Club this Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Aug. 10. i
Players are again reminded to
report to the clubhouse well in ad advance
vance advance of.-- your starting time.
Matches will iot be delayed for
late, arrivals.
No. 1 tee
SECONO FLIGHT
- 8 a.m Mathiesen (163), .1. Hink
le (164), Dalton (16), Jaggers
(164).
8:10 Trim (164), Brown (164),
MacGowan (164 Massott (165)
8:20 BeaU (165), Coniskl (166),
Bostic (166), More (167).
8130 Peres (167), LaUy (167),
Carlton (168), AiacAmis (168).
CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT
8:40 J. Riley (147), S. Hinkle
(148), Mitte& (150), Connor (152).
8:50 LeBrun (152), Wysocki (154)
Muller M55). MacMurrav (155).
9:00 Day (lb5), Compton (157),
Jack Smith (158), Lomhroia (161).
9:10 Schlegel (162), Graham
(162), Yeager (163), Collett (163).
" THIRD FLIGHT
9:20 Kline (162). Mercer (169),
W. Sullivan (169), Hogan (170).
a. on r.M.IV. 1TA U.Knn. 17rt
Des Londes 171). Leonard (172).
8:40 M. Greene (172), ams-
worth (172), Bell (172), luncaid
(172).
9:50 Berrere (173), w. uney
(173), H.Thomat (173), Cusbee
(174).
FOURTH FLIGHT
10 00 Kosik 1174). May (175).
Spencer (17b), Arosemena (176).
10:20 Grow (17), uougiewiex
(176), Baldwin (176), Ham m (177).
10: MacVitue (178) Richmond
Citabff shed 1893

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American League
Teams
W
Pet.
.658'
.609
.541
,491
.486
.473
.37.
.375
GB.
Ha
' 5VI
13
184
19
20Vl
'32
31ft
New York
Chicago
Boston i
Baltimore
Detroit
Cleveland
Washington
Kansas City,
73
67
60
54
54'
53
43
42
Today's Games
New York at Boston 1
Baltimore at Washington (N) i
Chicago at Cleveland (N) ',
Detroit at Kansas. City (N)
(Night Game)
New York 001 000 0203 11
Boston 002 000 0002 7
Sturdivant (10-6). Shantz
and
Sullivan (10-7) and White.
(Night Game)
Chicago 020 330 020 10 11
Cleveland ;' 000 000 500 5 6 1
Pierce (16-8), Staley and Lollar.
Narleski (9-2), Daley, Tomanek
and Hegan.
(Night Game)
Baltimore 000 001 112 5 14 0
Washington 000 10Q 110 3 10 0
Johnson (10-7) and Triandos.
Kemmerer, Black (0-1) .and
Courtney.
(First Game)"""
Detroit 010 001 100-3 7 1
Kansas City 000 000 0101 6 0
Foytack (13-10), (Byrd and House.
Portocarrero (3-7), Trucks and
Smith,
(Night Game)
Detroit 000 110 000 000 002 8 0
K. City 200 000 000 0 13 9 1
Mass, Byrd, Shaw (0-1), Bunning
and Wilson." i
Gorman, Trucks, Morgan (8-61
and Smith.
178), Grubbs (178), MacCoubray
(178)
11:00 Annichorico (178), Wil Williams
liams Williams (178), Carr (179), Hearne
(179)
Ne. 10 tee
FIFTH FLIGHT
8:00 a.m; Armitage (179), Doc Doc-kery
kery Doc-kery (V9), Bunk 180), Boyett
(180).
8:10 Klrkley (180), Wainio (180),
Galindo (181), Thompson (181),
8:20 Binder (181), JErrhalt (182),
Egolf (182), Bongiorni 182).
8:30 Duffus (183), R. Coffey
(183), Cheney (183), alieir (184).
SIXTH FLIGHT
8: 10 Medinger (184), Collins
(184) Lehman (184), M. Smith
(185)
8:50 Thomas (186), Burke (186),
Garcia (186) Terry (186).
9:00 John Smith (187), CWO
Sullivan (188), Dick Riley (189),
Butler (189;.
9:10 DcLaMater (189), McGlade
(190), Jamieson (191), A. Greene
(192).
SEVENTH FLIGHT
9:20 Hayes (192), Henry (192),
Knock (192), Morrow (193).
9:30 Meyers (193), Silvas (193),
Boyer 193), Roberta (193).
9:40 Sheppard (194), Vintei
(194), Minor (195), Conger (195).
9:50 Cox (195), Cavanaugh (195,
Peralta (195), Goodnough 196).
EIGHTH FLIGHT
10:00 Ravmond (198). Bluer
(198), Eberenx (200), Malavasie
(200).
10:20 Vasquex (202). Hulett (202)
Artese (203) Whitelaw (203).
10:40 Hazard (204). Jones 201).
Hertgen (205), Coffman (206)..
11:00 Akers (206). Dorfman (208)
Kallas (2M), SorreU (210).
Cuee:
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PAGE NIN
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST II, 1957
eivest Wki

M'ssig'Win

Points

mids'1

by

, J.SW.','- s-
WALTER O'MALLEY and Hor
p...iiiiti rfnn't have a mono

i.. ainn mnnpv . v.ua

rf- 'lJ. h.ttiii' titan for Floyd

If MI11J1.U 0 Ml-ww : T

Patterson U tc keep him cnam-

pion until pay ieieviBu ,uawV ,uawV-fizes
fizes ,uawV-fizes and teryone becomes a
millionaire. , . ,.
- Tho Phils' Jack Sanfor Is li literally
terally literally hot weather 9r.,..
tb rt two fingers on hi flina flina-ing
ing flina-ing mitt oo numb when It get
chilly,;
Roy Sievers, the Senator with
the home ran splurge, would be
giving the Cardinals, right hand
Sower 1 if St.- Louis summers
wXt so hot..- .not that home
town humidity bothers Roy. a -fcut
a sultry' day drove BiU De De-Witt,
Witt, De-Witt, then running the Browns,
into the shafle of tne Pk-f?rr
lief. . where he saw aanky
kid with a picture swing and talk talked
ed talked him into a contract. . even
though Sievers was playing on a
Legion team managed by a Car Cardinal,
dinal, Cardinal, scout.
And who Was the hurlino vie vie-tim
tim vie-tim of Si.rt first major
league homer In 1949?. .Fred
Hutehingion, who now manages
the Red Birds. .
Reason for oxmg boss Jim Nor Nor-ris'
ris' Nor-ris' recently -Uvelopsd concern Jot
public relations is his 11-year-old
daughter, Susan. . he doesnt
want her to grow up reading
some of the stuff printed about
u:. ..Hiiitioe' .which leads

Ilia i'" w l ---
to promoter Chris DundeeT plain plaintive,
tive, plaintive, plea, at Miami Beach: l
wish Jake LaMotta Cup f or vice
and speeding raps) would -lea ve-

csisaar."

he's giving, boxing a bad name.

Ty (-ODD recoivoo omy
lury of consequence during hi
entire baseball career. .. I. nd
that occurred off the field who
he i stuck Ws hand through a
plate glass window in a rage. v

Jack Kramer, bent on retrieving
some of Lew ; Hoad's prestige,
calls the young Aussie's second
service the best in tennis, even
excelling that of Pancho Gonzalez.

Elks

ketbail

f

Standings
Dukes
The Dons
Boilermakers
Diplomat v
Thursday's Games

w
8
8
7
5

The Dons vs Dukes

t Boilermakers vs

6:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.

Diplomats
a. roonH nf last nicht's sames

a tie for first place occurred. The

' Roy Sievers

. ."Because," says the boss,
"Lew imparts to his serve more
overspin roll and a wider carry."
. . .Come again.. .Much more
nnHAref nnrlaKlo wac 1A. irit. nlH

British net star Christine Truman's

requestj-aiter a superD snowmg at
Wimbledon, for "the biggest iced
lolly you can find.". .
That was- a. lot of baloney a a-bout
bout a-bout Rocky Marciane propping
Pete Rademacher for the Pat Patterson
terson Patterson plunge. . .The Rock on only
ly only dropped Jy to help eld spar sparring
ring sparring partni Joe Cannon ot up
training.

Notre Dame, beagles are out in
full force in western Pennsylvania
again. .wnicn may mean a swing
upward for the Irish, who a ban ban-aonen
aonen ban-aonen the territory post Leany.
. .A Ciiarleroi hot shot named
Myron Pottios is reported heouea
for South Bend. . and another
losing campaign would- be cur curtains
tains curtains for Terry Brennan. .which
adds wgniucauce to tne hiring oi
ijernie Crimmins as an athletic
aide. (
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The New York football Giants

hlvr &alwA thA tAnmiA.tufictinn

,"5 f-prebWmr of roli-caJ UnV Yowf r

li. .simply shout. "Yo. .Mo.

Ro."

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YOHK (NEA) It is fit

ting that thi year's United Slates
Amateur is being held at historic

The Country Club at iSrooKiine,
Mass.
It was there that 19 year old
Francis Ouimet walked : across
Clyde Street froic his home to
beat tue British '.masters, Harry
Vardon and Big Ted Ray, in a
play off for the U. S.- Open of
1913 and put golf on page one.
There were numerous extraor

dinary young players in ; earlier

da vs. Bobby. Jones and Gene Sar

azen among them, but the pattern
chanized in the mid-1930's. It got

so that the amateur didn't get real'

good until he wat in the mw-iu s

and the professional, Ben Hogan
for a a'riking example, until he
was 40; The ages of six members
of this year's Ul S. Walker Cup
team range from 34 to 44. ;
The smashing victory of 18-year-old
U(n Essig in the U.S. Public
Links Championship points up the
fact that the good old days of
precocious shotmakers may have
returned.
It was;, something fif out of ihe
ordinary to see the six foot, 140 140-pound
pound 140-pound Essig. conduct himself like
an old pro in 36' holes of qualify qualifying
ing qualifying ann four 18 arid two 36-rounds
of match play over the" tight, ex ex-acting'and
acting'and ex-acting'and sporting Hershey Park,
Pa., Golf Club layout.
Wearing old and faded plaid
shorts and with ? towel slung o o-ver
ver o-ver hfe shoulder, the good-looking
Indianapolis kid eliminated,
among others' two who had play played,
ed, played, professionally s Junie Bux Bux-baum,
baum, Bux-baum, the defending 'champion,
and Gene Towry, the latter, 6
and 5, inline 36-hole final.
Essig made iron shots that Tom Tommy
my Tommy Armour would highly recom recommend,
mend, recommend, and putted with deadly ac
curacy. He grew up on the Willow
Brook daily fee course which the
city of Indianapolis has surround surrounded.
ed. surrounded. He won the Indiana Junior in
mid June the Western Junior in
July.:. '$ ...

Speeded Up Pro Basketball
Becomes Fascinating Sport

By JOE LAPCHICK
Coach, N.Y. Knickerbockers -Written
for the United Press
DENVER. Colo. (UP) Basket

ball as it is played by today's pro pro-tesionals
tesionals pro-tesionals is a fascinating sport.

Chances in the rules. Drincipal-

ly the outlawing oi tne zone de defense
fense defense and the introduction of the

24 second time limit on shots,
bad much to do with the rapid

emmergence of the pro courtman to

a point .where his pay' is compa

rable to that received by baseball
and footbat' stars. ;

The colleges are amiss In not

adopting more of the pro innova innovations.
tions. innovations. Their failure to write in the

24. second clock and ban the zone

defense explain the drop in their
attendance in locales where they
are in patronage competition with
the National, Basketball Assn., the
major pro circuit.

College people are losing sigiu

of the fact that they .must make
their game more interesting to
spectators and to their players.

In fact. .they have Digger sell

ing job to the public because the
pros are breathtaklngly gifted.
Their's is basketball at its best..

Made Tho Circle
I have made the circle in basket

ball, playing at Notre Dame and
Denver universities; with the AAU
Denver Nuggets, on the U.S.

Olympic team, and with the pro

fessional Mew yorK. nmcKerDocK nmcKerDocK-era.
era. nmcKerDocK-era. 1 feel I'm qualified to offer
some helpful hints to the college
basketball fraternity.

The unappealing, time-dragging,

no action zone defense should be

outlawed. Unfortunately, it is be

coming jhore prevalent,- It is the:
easy way of coaching for percentage-conscious
coaches. Boys guard
areas instead 1 of opponents. When
both teams employ it everyone
just stands around, the spectators
yiwn-and yell in derision and' it
all adds up to attendance sags
ad unfavorable comment y from
the 'preaM4i ,. it--K'-'5A v
The kidsy themselves don't like
their- present game. They prefer
the 24-second rule; the. man-for-man
defense, and axunning game
for Jthfe full 40 minutes, v.
ri:-' '''-t''-1".." 'Vv '' ..,
Tough On; Collegfans
'.'.:( '', i i .i' "'
Many' jofitthese collegians nqpe
to move on to the well-paid pros

when gt aduates. but those without

a morougn Knowieage oj ma,"-iyv
man defense have two strikes on
them efore tbey reach' ttrainiiig
camp..' ''. .' .:'',""?'!.:'
The' campus hero, if -finding, it
increas,inRly d lf;i e j,t to make
good with, the pros. The eight
clubs "in,, the NBA arelimlted ; to
lO man squads. Ea,ch:i Qi ) these
clubs has seven or eight outstand outstanding
ing outstanding flayers, som-e twith three' or
more yearS of experience a the
league. .The other spots, are usual usually
ly usually occupied 'by holdovers of skill.
The 'rookies must dislodge Mhis
type of established performer;
Unlike baseball with its farpi
clubs and professional football
with 33-man squads, the pro bas basketball
ketball basketball coach must select what he
considers his best 10 players and
cut the rest adrift before -the sea season
son season starts, usually a month's look look-see.
see. look-see. Because of this time element
and no .minor leagues for devel

opment,, promising newcomers
must be turned loose.

a tie for first place occurreo, a ; -;v-- -.r

last place Diplomats woenj u knoVk-

the ieaue leaomg uusea ay IT'',- .- ".-,".
ror of 47-45. The Diplomats once ea ,
rt spirit 'and B.tn ou n

fi'ght d Um7wre ble TZT'C

n..f th. Tinirs. Snllv Tousieh led

VMM t,uv '--- w
the Diplomats in scoring with 12
points, while Gary Alexander led

the Duxes wun a pomis.

The second game also took part

in establishing me ue iur moi
place, as the Dons defeated the
T.:i.-m Kv m pnrp of 59-55.

Juiiciiiiaiw -
Raul Barbara and Al Nahmad

were high scorers tor me fous,
with 28 and 11 points respective respectively.
ly. respectively. Lem Kirkland led the Boiler Boilermakers
makers Boilermakers with 21, and both Gerry
Cosca and Ed. Fole talbed for
16 points a piece.
Thursday evening it will be bat battle
tle battle for first place, as the winner
will take sole possession of it-The
Boilermakers on the other band
had better watch out, as the Dip Diplomats
lomats Diplomats will be out to beat them
and link them lower in the stand standings.
ings. standings. i :
.iTbt-box scores:
FIRST GAME
' Diplomats

Player : Ft Ft Pf T
Barbier 3 0 0 6
Price 0 2 0 2
Tousieh 6 0 3 12
McCullough 2 0 14
CaldweU 1 0 0.2
Thompson 4 0 0 8
Trimble :t '2 10 5
Delgado J 3 8
TOTALS 22 3 T 47j
Player F f W Tot.
Cunningham, T. : ' 1 0 2 2
Alexander r- 0
Pajak ? 1 1 '! I
Rathgaber ; 0 "1 i 6
Carroll J
Dumbrowsky . 3 ..8 16
Stewart 0 0
TOTALS ;:i A 5 ;

'"StCONO GAMI
. 1 TThf'Do-V':''
Barbara TA
Nahmad t'v, 13
Lagaaie ,V 11 5
Blevin$ 1- 2 0 -4
Womble "' 3 0 0
Morris ' 1 2
TOTALIS I f 59
toilormakora
layor U 1 Fg Ft Pf Tot.
Kirkland '; -.. .. 3 5 21
Cosca V 4 4 IS
Folse - I 2 ,16
Oglesby .- O
HaUher -- 1 0
Cunningham, 14 2 1
. TOTALS 24 t 14 55

That was a well-muffled story

when t ranK uuuord, the XMumber
1 mail in ionthall. whs cooled 'n

a recent scrimmage while he was

just romping along as decoy. .
his mnum aft ha hit the ffrminri

attracted everyone from President
Jack Mara on down. ."The X-

rays," said Doc Sweeney, "snow

ed ne Lad plenty of gas on his
stomach.". ."first time," said

tweon.chortk as a publicized rod

ana roei aovoreo, actually loans
more to the' frolicking typo- of
relaxation. .

ClaytonTopples

Army Atlantic;
I(obbe 5 Wins

In Monday night's Panama A A-rea
rea A-rea Armed Forces League basket basketball
ball basketball action the league-leading Fort
Clayton Cavalier stoppled the Ar Army
my Army Atlantic iBushmasters 85-58
and the Fort Kobbe Regulars
trounced the Fort Amador Troop Troopers
ers Troopers 81-68.
At Fort Davis the Cavaliers out out-scored
scored out-scored the Bushmasters 20-10 in
the third stanza to pull away from
the game AA quintet.
The Cavaliers bottled up "Big"
John Foster very ffee ively allow allowing
ing allowing the high, scoring center' only
one field goal and four free
throws, a far cry from, his 22

point scoring average.
1

Forward Vera demons was high

man for the Cavalier with nine

buckets and one charity toss for
19 points. Guard Dick Gleason add added
ed added 15 and .center Sam Williams

canned 14 more for the Cava.
Guard GeraV Trask fired In

eieht field coals to lead the Bush-

taasteri with u points.

At Fort Ami dor the Kobbe Reg

ulars jnt 15 men into action and
14 of them entered the scoring col column.
umn. column.
The TWuIari' maintained a stea steady
dy steady scoring attack canning 20 in
the first, 22 in the second and
third &d 2C more in the final
quarter to. roll over the sapless
Troopers, : "V.C.',;
Gnard Roo Raxter was high for
Kobbe ith-20 jnarkers.:' Center
Diet Hill added 14 and guard Roa
Massier a1dad. 12 more to pit
balanced Regular attack.
Guards Mike Rivera and Herm
Daniel were high for Amadoc with
18 and 16 points respectively. For-ws.-d
Tom Thompson added ;12
more to the Trooper cause.

is'
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..'; Don Easts;,:

His triumph in the Pubmix qua qualifies
lifies qualifies Essig for the U.S. Amateur
and both he and Larry Beck, the
17-year-old U.S. Junior: champion
out of Kinston, N. C. will be at
The Country Club, Sept. 9-14.
Beck, son of a teaching profes professional,
sional, professional, is a' 5 foot 11-inch, slender

handsome blond who swings as
though he were illustrating the
finest instructional book ever

printed. He bagged his two final

18-hole Junior matches at the Ma'

nor Country Club outside Wash
ington, and 5. , v-

"Golf has never had so many

outstanding juniors." saya John p,

Enelish. assistant executive direc

tor ot the U.S- Golf Association.

The lirt is too long to call off.

but Jack Aicklaus, 17. of Colum

bus, O., and Jack Rule, 18, of Wa

terloo, ,1a., also stick out,

, "Nicklaus, wt has the calm

temperament of the great golfer,
played in the U. S. Open this
year. At 16, he won last year's
Ohio Open from a splendid field,
firing 64 in one round. Rule, who

has the confidence M a veteran.

won Jasf year's Junior Chamber
of Commerce title and wat. run

ner-up in the U, S. Junior.
"The Junior attracts around 1

000 entrant and 128 qualify. I
would say that 100 of the latter

are first class. . - : v ...
"iBeciuse the Amateur conflicts
with the start of the school term,
not many will atempt t qualify
for the trip to Brookline, but you
may res assured that this game
of golf is going to get faster and
faster and scores tower and lower
with beautifully executed ahots
and putters right out of the oven."
Kids Ilk Don Essig, Larry
Beck Jack Nicklaus and Jack
Rule make a totally vanatural
gam appear to com quit naturally.

KNICKSSICN IRAUN
NEW YORK (KEA Veteran
Cart Brum igod with the New
York Knickerbockers of the Na National
tional National iBasketbail Association.

Rainbow Mixod Loagu

.Insurance
Clippers

Teams
Boyd Bros
Pan Amer.

Ebomev t
Mercurirf Jewelers
C.A. High Contractors.
Rqyal .Crown Jolaajf
Smoot-Piredes
Carrington Canadians

Won Lost
23 17
21V4 18V4
21'i 18V4
'21 19
19 21

-18. ,21

17 23

Kogling at tho Albrook
owlerdromo Sunday nights.
The Rainbow Mixed League is
really livinf up to its name be be-......
...... be-...... th mWod nri situation

KftUBQ -W.
in the team standing from week
to week. The teams share the tal tal-..i
..i tal-..i ani.aiiv that it is more dif

ficult to pick winners in any match

that it is to picx me iavomes i
the racetrack. The teama are so
bunched that only six points sep separate
arate separate last place and the leaders.

Royal Crown J soya Drornan i
Th mntt ririnlr sinners of Roval

Crown did not care to inhabit

the cellar pot,on nc l.ne" were
.tarmiiMii in rin nmthina about

UWiU'UVU .W 0
the situation. It did not matter
that they were meeting the league

leaders.

t u harf nnt Von for 8 cins in

Ti. aar-nnl m, thp Roval CrOWn

iM hiv chalked uo a

whitewash job at the expense of
the Bovd Brothers Insurance men.
As it was they climbed two notch notches
es notches in the league standing.

a Mi nt pf.'a with their handi

caps went over the five century
mark. The Hill family and Bob
Lidquist did the trick. In the Hill
n.rtnarahin V.vm had a 504. HOW-i

ard 533 with Bob 534. Only keg-

lers for the oa t wun score over

the 5 C quota were the rates, jes jes-se
se jes-se with an even 500 and his bet

ter half 501.
Ebonit lVt $moot PrA M
efanrinffa in iinffl eames are

getting to- be commonplace in the

league, wun lour icama uavuiK
that distinction. This was J real
ia.' matrh Th Ebonite Torna

does and Smoot-Paredes really
- . . . i l i :i w:,U

went 11 11 loom ana aau. nuu
the second game a tie, the third
game went to the Smoot-Paredes
quintet by 17 pins. Only in the

first game oia me tuumira nave
safe margin, which gave then
enough surplus to gain the TP
point.
Joe Sullivan, with a scratch 504
plus handicap tallied 564 for the
Ebonites. None of his team mates
went over 500 but 'all had totals
in the upper 400 bracket. For
Smoot Paredes Louie M a r q n e i
cam up with another commend-

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CURVE BALL Knowing the full value of them, Enos Slaughter is lreadyteachmghjs
little daughter, Gaye, 10 months. how to throw curves at their River Edge, N.J home. Thi
particular baseball is important to the New York Yankees' veteran outfielder. It was th
one he belted for his 2300th major Jeagu hit At 41, h plays with tlte enthusiasm of a kid.

able series, 559, and Jim Daily al also
so also continued his previous week's
good work with 531.
Morcurie 3 C. A. High 1
Both teams started with identi identical
cal identical rec!pro in the league stand?
ing, 18 wins and 18 losses, tied Jor
third. Despite winning three points,
the Jeweler are now in fourth
place and the Contractors went in into
to into the fifth spot.
(Bill Galahair, the Jewelers an anchor
chor anchor man, pounded out his usual
solid gold series with 540, and
Daddy Joe Bryant was not out
bowled by his daughter this week

by scoring 506. For thb losing C.
A. High's only Vic Baugh met that
half thousand mark, with 527.
Pan American 4 Carrington 0

Stalled last week, the PAA Clip Clippers
pers Clippers had their engines all pepped
up this week and as a result zoom zoomed
ed zoomed away with four big points and
climbed all the way 'to the runner runner-up
up runner-up spot, shoving their opponents
Crrin jton Canadians into t h e
cellar. And it was not that the
Canadians were in the rut, but
that the Clippers were hot.
The Canadians scores would
have won them many games a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the output, posted for oth other
er other teams, hut against the Clippers
.they were helpless. Chief pilot for
the PAA crew was Red Calbot's
scratch 526 and net 607 series. In

this total was a 205 single game.
His co-pilot and in real life his
bossmin, Kay Calbot posted 553.
The navigator, George Clarke, had
a 502 and stewardess Lucy Ross
511.
Lucy's lesser half "JC" was the
only passenger who went for the
ride. For the distiller the Toast Toast-master
master Toast-master was 520 for Bud Moore;
Bobby Miller upheld the prestige
of the fair sex with a 501, and
Bernic Harman efforts was a 557
in the losing cause.

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t.r wa-t.r installation. Call 2 2648
2-2671.
Resorts
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Uroo
Beach Houto. Phono Bslboa
2S30, iiino to twelve noon, Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday.
PHILLIPS Oeoantido Cottages
Santa Clara. Bo WW Pane Pane-ma,
ma, Pane-ma, R. do P. Phone Panama
3-1S77, Cristobal 3-H73.
Baldwin' furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Boach. Talophono
Smith, Balboa 3681.
M.Sgf. Tony de Ore,
Former Zonian, Dies
Of Stroke In Texas
Retired Army M-Sgt. Anthony
1 (Tonvi de Ore, who formerly serv serv-ted
ted serv-ted with the 33rd Infantry at Fort
Clayton, died last night in Galves Galveston,
ton, Galveston, Tex., following a stroke, ac according
cording according to word reaching here to today.
day. today. M-Sgt. de Ore, who was about
,60 years of age, was well-known
among boxing circles in the Ca Carnal
rnal Carnal Zone.
; He is survived hy his wife, the
' i ir..n1,m Tnunpr nf the Ca-
nl Zone; five sons, David Don Donald,
ald, Donald, James. George and Edward,
all rpsidents of New York; hi
niece Mrs. Bessie Heilman, of the
Canal Zone.
His wife's relatives on the Isth Isth-'mus
'mus Isth-'mus are Charles S. and John H.
Jdyner and Mrs. Georgiana Steph Stephenson.
enson. Stephenson. 1933 LINCOLN, 4 door Ra Radio
dio Radio W.S.W S925.00
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7019
1951 FORD 4 door FDM
S495.00
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1956 PONTIAC Catalina 6
Cyt. Radio i tone W.S.W.
$1995.00
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. S-7010
1952 BUICK Hardtop Ra Radio
dio Radio Tinted glass 2 tone -W,S.W:
$695.00
tOlPAN MOTORS
T Tel. 3-7010
n
l&S MERCURY Convertible
2 tone Radio W.S.W.
$895.00
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL 3-7010
1952 MERCCHY 4 door -W.S.W.
Rdlo $875.00
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL 3-7010
1048 PONTIAC 4 door Ra Radio
dio Radio $225.00
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL $-7010
1952 OLDSMOBILE 4 door
- 98 Radio $825 M
COLPAN MOTORS
t TeL 3-7018
1153 FORD 2 door Radio
t Ub CyL .... $895.00
I COLPAN MOTORS
TeL f70l8
195J PLTMOtTH
$815 M
4 door
COLFAX MOTORS
TeJ. S-7010

Apartments

ATTENTION, O. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bedroom
unfurnished apartment in
fino residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENT: Beautiful modern
furnished two bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, including houseware. Ave.
Peru No. 37-48.
FOR RENT: Furnishad apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military inspected. Via Po Po-rraa'
rraa' Po-rraa' No. 99. Phono 3-2068.
$55
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment in bait residential
section. Near bus (tops. 43rd.
Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Comfortable and
cool one bedroom apartment
suitable for couple or very small
family in Darian street. For in information
formation information call Panama 2-1455,
during office hours.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment all comfort suitable for
couple or two bachelors. Via Ei Ei-pana.
pana. Ei-pana. House before Minima.
4fh Air Force Man
Accused In Swindle
Pleads Not Guilty
SHAW AFB, S. C. Auc. 14 (UP
The general court martial of a
Durham, N C, Air Force "man
accused of stealing nearly $3,000
in Shaw Air Force (Base's $38,000
payroll swindle-resumed yesterday
here.
S. Sgt. Bemice R. Moore, 31,
a veteran oJ eight years in the
armed forces, was accused of il illegally
legally illegally receiving $2,814 from the
Shaw finance office in a wide widespread
spread widespread payroll swindle involving
at least 20 airmen.
The fourth of, the defendants to
be tried, Moore was the first to
plead innocent. Three predeces predecessors
sors predecessors who pleaded guilty were sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to dishonorable discharge
and long prison terms.
Moore, the father of three chil children,
dren, children, pleaded innocent last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday when his trial convened and
the defense succeeded in having
all but one member of the original
court replaced.
The trial resumed for its third
day today following a weekend re recess.
cess. recess. Stricken Man Finds
Rival Car Dealers
Are Good Neighbors
CALESBURG, 111., Aug. 14 (UP)
Henry Brown's rival automobile
dealers today opened a six day
sale of Brown's cars.
In the advertisements for their
own agencies they carried a line
saying "see (Brownie first."
Brown, 55. is in St. Mary's
Hospital reccvering from a heart
attack.
His 10 rivals have taken over
direction of Brown's business in
a "gesture ot friendship. We want
to help Brownie out."
The rivals bought a full page
advertisement in the Galesburg
Register Mail Monday announc announcing
ing announcing the sale and promising that
representatives of the rival, a gen gen-cies
cies gen-cies would be on hand to handle
Brown's business.
Brown operates an Oldsmobile
agency. A Lincoln Mercury man
and a De Soto man worked all
day today at Brown's agency sell selling
ing selling Brown's cars.
"We'll alternate during the six six-day
day six-day eT.ie," the Lincoln Mercury
man, Gene (Bragg said, "two of
us at a tisne spending the day at
Brownie's. Nights' we'll all be
there."
"Our whole idea is just what
you'd do for a neighbor who got
laid up. You. wife would probably
go over and do the I'undry and
you'd mow the lawn."
THE BEST
GARBAGE CANS
an made by
PANAMA SHEET
METAL WORKS
TELE-RAD
GUARANTEED
TV SERVICE
TEL 2-2374
Corver -V ft Dart St.

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mm Miia vuia admix
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Model "A" Ford
coupe, good condition, $300.
Phone 3-1384 for 5 to 7 p.m.
FOR SALE: Willys- Jeep,
House 8054-D Margarita 3rd.
St.
FOR SALE: 1951 Nash Amb.
4-doort Sedan. Leaving Isthmus.
Call 86-6294 or see j at Qtrs.
240 B, Albrook. $200.00.
Are you going the right direction
(or your auto repairs? Go to
16th. St. Melondex. Garage
Johnston. Guaranteed auto re repair.
pair. repair. Phone 456-A, Colon.
FOR SALE: 1952 Convertible
Pontiac, good mechanical con condition
dition condition and tires. Radio. Hydra Hydra-maric.
maric. Hydra-maric. Call 3-6044 or may be
seen at "El Panama" Hotel Ga Garage.
rage. Garage. FOR SALE: 1950 Ford V-8
2-door, sedan, undercoat, ever
drive, radio. Call Balboa 2-3683.
YOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, callous callous-m,
m, callous-m, Ingrown toe nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-2217
TRANSPORTS! BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Moven
Phonos 22451 2-2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phono 2-245 1
at by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
new canon
CAMOKAO
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
ff&6tu(b
U.lllllt n..,
Panama N. Xork Col6n
WW I Veterans Give
Up Pensions To Help
France's Economy
PARIS (UP) War veterans who
fought at Verdun 40 years ago
gave up their veterans pensions
today to help France fight a new
battle on the economic front.
Members of the Legion des Mil Mil-les
les Mil-les (Legion of One Thousand) were
the youngest almost boys who
fought'as volunteers in World War
I.
In a letter to Premier Maurice
-Bourses Maunoury today they
wrote, "Wc did not fight to get
pensions, but only for the ideal
and :ove of our fatherland."
Bourges-Maunoury asked all the
hundreds of thousands of French Frenchmen
men Frenchmen from both World Wars who
can afford it to waive the pen pensions
sions pensions they received as fighting
men, prisoners of war and war
cripples
The pensions are small, often
around $10 s month, but the total
represents a heavy drain on the
treasury since hundreds of thou thousands
sands thousands receive it.
Officials hoped the example of
the Lerion des Mille would stimu stimulate
late stimulate the patriotic ardor of other
veterans associations.
37 Catholic Nuns
III With Typhoid
In Indiana Convent
OLDENBURG, Ind., Aug. 14
(UP) The number of Roman
Catholic aunt, known to be strick stricken
en stricken with typhoid has doubled since
an outbreak of the disease at a
convent here was discovered, a
health official said yesterday,
The state health commissioner.
Dr. Andrew Offutt, said 37 cases
have been reported at the Sisters
of St. Francis motherhouse.
An early count Friday had
shown only 18 of the more than
500 nuns there were afflicted with
the disease not definitely diag diagnosed
nosed diagnosed as typhofd until Monday.
Offutt said weekend investigations
by a state epidemiological team
showed atone of the cases took ef effect
fect effect latex than Aug. 4.
FLUID DRIVE
HALIFAX, N.S.' (UP) Terry
Kidd is a young man of a few
words. He had only one comment
after causing his father's auto to
roll, into the narbor. Said
"Dad s car drowned."

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The FATIMA PHARMACY lo
cated at Morcado El Ray, 'offers
efficient filling of proscriptions
and homo delivery service. Phone
3-3416.
3-minute car Wash" $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $5. Auto-Bano, Trans-lstb-.
mian Highway near Soars.
Slip cover & reupholsrery. Free
pickup fir delivery. Horos Modern
Furniture. Phono 3-4628.
N. Y. Dairy Farmers
threaten To Strike,
Halt Milk Deliveries
ALBANY, N.Y., Aug. 14 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A dairy farmers' strike for high higher
er higher prices threatened today to halt
the for of milk deliveries
throughout the state.
But the impact was tempered
by reports that four major milk
cooperatives representing a major majority
ity majority of the New York milkshed's
55,000 dairy farmers, were oppos opposed
ed opposed to any action at this time.
The strike, set for last night,
was called by three organizations
the Dairy Farmers of America,
the Farmers Union and the Syra Syracuse.
cuse. Syracuse. Dai-y Fn..r, Cooperative,
tilaiming a combined membership
of about 10,
The threat to New York eitv.
the argest consumer area in the
state was augmented bv the Dlans
of the Teamsters union for a walk
out of bulk milk drivers at 12:01
a.m., Saturday. However there
was no apparent connection be
tween the two separate strike sit situations.
uations. situations. The strikers' goal was a price
of from 12 to 15 cents Der Quart
of milk on the farm as opposed to
me a cents paw farmers during
July.
Fed.' Reserve Board
lulhorbes Hike
lit Discount Rate
WASHINGTON, Aug. 14 (UP)
The Federal Reserve Board has
authorized three more of its bank
districts to hike the discount rate
to 3V4 per cent.
The action brings to seven the
number of reserve districts charg charging
ing charging 3Vi-per cent interest to mem
ber banks for borrowinr. The oth
er five districts, including New
xorK, sun are charging 3 per cent.
The latest district banks to raisi
the discount rate are oston, Dal
las and Atlanta. The board last
Thursday approved the hike to the
highest rate in 23 years in Phila
delphia, Chicago, Minneapolis and
Kansas City.
There was no .Indication when
the rest of the system would fol follow
low follow suit. A board spokesman
pointed out that it is up to the
boards of directors of each dis district
trict district to determine when the rate
should be raised in their area.
The board then must approve the
directors decisions.
A board spokesman said last
weelc that the increase was de designed
signed designed to bring the Federal Re
serves' rate interest charges more
in line with the percentage
charged in the short-term borrow borrowing
ing borrowing market. He said the boost
would tend to draw still tighter
the administration's anti inflation
Jtight money" policy by eliminat eliminating
ing eliminating some speculative investing.
The Treasury Department Mon
day announced that its newest
short-term borrowing will carry
the highest interest rate in 24
years.
The Treasury said It will pay
3.489 per cent interest on its 91 91-day
day 91-day bills dated Aug. 15. The in interest
terest interest rate is set by bids re
ceived by investors.
Arms Shipment
Headed For Cuba
Stopped In Miami
MIAMI (UP) Customs agents
early today seized a huge cache
of rifles, machine guns and 50,000
rounds of ammunition believed
des'ined for insurgents camped in
the Cuban mountain Jungles.
Two me were arrested and
authorities hunted three more be
lieved irvolved In a plot to ship
arms to Cuoan rebel leader Fidel
Castro who is trying te over overthrow
throw overthrow Cuban President Fulgencio
Batista.
Charles Wyatt, supervisor of
customs in Miami, Identified the
men arrested as Gil De Gibaja.
46, an American citizen of Cuban
descent living in Miami, and
Alfredo C 2. Gonzalez, 38. who
said, be is 4 farmer. He told of officers
ficers officers he was from Havana.
The oen were charged with vi violation
olation violation ot the neutrality act and
jailed pending further action.
rank Tir-
NEWARK, England (UP)
Thieves who looted a cigaret shop
left a word of advice for the pro

!-yeef-4prietor. They wrote i.ote siring:

Look after the place Ixaer."

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Three greater In Indian
dian Indian hill mynah birds. World's
best talkers. 8(5 Morgan, Phono
Balboa 3169. After 4:30.
FOR SALE : RCA 2 1 television
set, table model, 60 cycle, gooet
condition. Call Rodman 3662.
FOR SALE: Must go. 'A millon
stamps, several albums and sup supplies,
plies, supplies, 600 first-day covers 30
of. catalog, mint Canal Zone
20 oyer face. 2 vases, 350
years old, Dynasty of Ming of
China, $1000.00. 1 Vicuna rug,
worth $2000.00. Make offer for
this rarity. 1953 Nash Rambler,
new tiros, red- 5-passenger Con Convertible.
vertible. Convertible. Can bo financed. Several
misc. items. All must be sold
to liquidate assets. See at quar quarters
ters quarters 337-B, Fort Clayton, C, Z. Z.Sunday
Sunday Z.Sunday 9 to 5 p. m. only,
FOR SALE: 2 picture enlarg enlarg-enert
enert enlarg-enert 1 potabble electric sewing
machine. Call After 4 p.m.
House 784-B, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Large outside par parrot
rot parrot cage, with stainless steel
feeders. Mahogany chest of
drawers. 460 Ancon.

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COL. ARTHUR P. HURR, Commander, Albrook Air Force Base
Albrook section heads for their civUlin employes outstanding

units established an all time record lor CAirc ty naving over
gram. Above, left to right: W. E. Zorn, program chairman; H
base training; Maj. P. O. Adams, flying operations; Lt. CoL H.
' Group; Maj. W. L. Witham, aircraft maintenance and rePWi.
quarters, CAirC; and WO F. R. Kreba, base motor pool. -y

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CAPT. MICHAEL S. PAPCUN (left), a reservist assigned aa
management analysis officer In CAirC 's CompttoUer SecUon
at Albrook AFB receives an Exteniion Course Institute dlplo dlplo-ma
ma dlplo-ma from CoT Joseph C. SUncook. DCSComptroller. Papcun
rompteted the budget officer course. Observing the presenta presenta-Uon
Uon presenta-Uon la Maj. Albert A. Tlsone, CAirC ComptroUer-a director ot
budget. Official USAP Photo)

Shell End All This
Monkey Business -If
She Catches Him
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Au. 14 (UP)
Mrs. C W. Nichols was ready
to take direct 'action to end the
monkey business around her
home. ?
Mrs. Nichols monkey spent
three days lodged in her bathroom
waU, and just when she and her
husband were getting ready 1 1
tear down the wall, he scooted
out Monday and began playing
hide-and-seek under the house.
"If I get my hands on him,
lU kill him," Mrs.-Nicholimut-tered
- after skinning her "back
while crawling around under the
bouse with a banana in ber hand.
The motkey. Peppy, formerly
owned fcv singer Elvis Presley,
refused to take the banana bait.
But Vrs. Nichols plans to stay
wit U

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Home Articles
- FOR SALE: Frigidaire refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, 8 cu, ft. in excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Reasonably priced. Call at
No. 26 Calle 32 Eite, Apt. 5"
(second flight). From 7:00 p.m.'
- FOR SALE: Double Beds, com complete
plete complete 29.00; Wardrobes, 19.00;
Cots, 7.50; China Closets, 1 2.50;
. Licoreras,, 29.00; Aluminum ;
Folding Chair, 9.50; Vanities,
45.00; -7pc, Living Room. Suite,
49.00; Chairs, from 1.50; Tables,
Springs, Mattresses, etc. Cash or
,. Credit. Household Exchange, 41
Auto Row, Tels. 34911, 3 3-7348..
7348.. 3-7348.. FOR SALE: -Piningroom, two
livingroom chairs, household ar ar-weshing
weshing ar-weshing machine, household ar articles,
ticles, articles, carpenter tools, moderately
priced. 629-A Delessepsv Phono
3-2847,
FOR SALE : Modern mahogany,
glass-m(rror licorera. Goor tor
small living room. Can be seen
at Paraiso 115-G or call 4-625
after 4:00 p.m.
LOST: Male Dalmatian dog,
red collar, tag No. 9. ..Call Bal-
boa 6372.
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Chalky WrightV
Death Listed
As Accidental.
LOS ANGELES (UP) PoUce
today listed the death of Albert
riiikv Wriirht 45. former world
featherweight boxing champion, as
an accidental a r 0 w e 1 g m uic
bathreoni of sua raouer s some. ;
OfTirert said Wrieht. who suf
fered from a heart condition, ap apparent!
parent! apparent! v fell la the bathtub Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Efforts to revive him by a
fire department rticst squad
failed. v -
Wrieht. ; a aative of Durango,
Mexico, launched his boxing ca career
reer career rn 1937. lie won the feather
weight crown in an 11th round
knockout over Joey Archibald on
Sept 11. 1M1 and lost the title to
Willie Ftp Sept, 21, 1944.

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Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX IH. CRISTOBAL. CJC
Real Estate
FOR SALE: -Two- bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished house, 4 lots. Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Phone 2-3753.
FOR SALE: 1012 Square Me Meters
ters Meters beautiful hill-top land. A
: King's view. Little off main road
Rio Aba jo. Sacrifice price, must
tell quick See Durcy after 5 p.
m. 91 Street East No. 55 San
Francisco ,'..'. ;
FOR SALE: 1000 meter lot Le Le-fevre
fevre Le-fevre Avenue. Parque Lefevre,
$3.25 motor. Also, 10-hectare
farm on Trans-Isthmian High Highway,
way, Highway, near. Buena Vista. 'Wood
house, electric light plant, etc.
will go for any reasonable offer.
Leaving Country. Phone Padre
Miguel 333 or call at 2624 Co Co-coli.
coli. Co-coli. '. ''
Domestic Employment
WANTEOt Good housekeeper
for 2. Cook and live tn. Refer References.
ences. References. Call Navy 3087' 0 after
s 4:30 p.m.

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'narficirjation rates, 5700th .-Air Base vGrOunand its tenant

. 25 of 4tll It civilian personnel -participate lnt this year's pro pro-urr;
urr; pro-urr; WO A- F.. Cunningham, base housing; Capt b. E. Nllsson,
B. Webb, dispensary': Lt Col. C. A. Babb, HT4, 6700th Air Base
Capt, CL. T Logan, base supply r CaptvH.-Ai,1Edwards, Head Head-I
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Last Civil War Vets
Are All Confederates

ATLANTA (UP) Three grizzled
centenarians with the common
quality of .a good sense of humor
are the last living reminders of
the war that split the nation, pear pearly
ly pearly 100 years ago.
The South might find some con consolation
solation consolation for the loss of the bloody
War Between the SUtes in the
iact that all three are Confederate
veterans. The last Union survivor
died earlier this year.
Walter Williams, 114, Is the oldest.-
He Uvea at Houston, Tex.
John Sailing, ill, of Slant. Va.,
and William Lundy, 109, Crest Crest-view,
view, Crest-view, Fla,; complete the roste ot
the thin Grey 4ie.
-None of the three did much, if
any, fighting. Williams -was a
drummer boy with Gen. John
Hood's Texas Brigade. Sailing was
a gun-powder expert who never
engaged in combat. And Lundy
was a member of the home jguard
at Elba,-Ala. - 1
As the youngest of the last of
the confederates, Lundy or Uncle
Bill, as everyone .in northwest
Florida knows him is also the
spryest. He obligingly and happily
participates in -'occasional public
functions in his honor and last
month was-awarded his wings in
the Ground Observer Corps.
Ground Observer :7
"The only trouble with this
Ground Observer Corps is that
they got their headquarters in
McLaughlin's Funeral Home."
Uncle BiU said. "I think that's
something 'cause It's the only way
!th'H est m la Rr-
Lundy attributes his king life lo
hit special brand ot living habits.
"Drink plenty of moonshine and
stay away. from doctors and to tobacco,'
bacco,' tobacco,' be advised. ....
Sailing, who now holds the hon
orary title of "General", lives in
a mountainside cabin sear Slant,
Va. His only contact with the out outside
side outside world is through an occasion occasional
al occasional visit by a sheriffs officer who
drives up Into the hills to see if
"The General" is still there.
Every day is much the same
for Sailing, who is confined to i
vhwl rhair'et hie farm borne.
'Someone asked him recently what

, POSITION WANTED: Warn)
offer to position-vet a marina or
' ship yard supervisor, automotive
' service manager or any good of-
for in the fleet or truck manage manage--
- manage-- ment line. Which could be.ac-
cepted at a later date. Have J 5
' years experience in the above
field. Write Box 4991 Juste A A-:
: A-: eosomena, Panama. ,' ;

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE; Small outboard
speedboat, new 10-hp! Evinrudo,
motor, remote controls, $425.
Phone 3-2831.
FOR SALE: 1 6-ft. ioat 24-hp.
Kermath -inboard. See Dock Dock-master
master Dock-master Diablo Boat Club.
FOR SALE: 1 8 Vj-ft. cabin
crtisicr, 60-hp. engine. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent mechanical and seaworthy
condition. Call Albrook 2207,
DORESE WAITES School of
Dancing reopening September
5th- Registration .August 20th-2lst-22nd'
10- a.m. to 5 p.m.
Knights of .Columbus Hall, Resi Residence
dence Residence phone 2-2363.
Llona 'Soars1': Studio of Dancing,
at side of Hotel Panama. Chll-
. dren (for 3 tears) classes in Bal Ballet
let Ballet Tap, Acrobatic and National
' dances. Please telephone Pana Pana-v
v Pana-v ma 3-0327 for information..
""I
he grows on the farm and the old
"Corn-about, five gallons to the
acre."
Williams Blind
Williams lives -ia Houston with
his daughter, Mrs. Willie. Mae
Bowlfl. fine nf hia IT' -hiIHrn
from, two marriages. Like Sailing,
cnair. wnen ne was presented a
gold medal last November by the
asisiam secretary 01 toe army.
Wlliams lives In Houston with
his daughter, .Mrs. Willie Mae
Bowles, e of his 17 children
from two manages. Like Sailing,
be '.spends most of his time in a
wheel chair. He was sitting in the
chair when he was presented a
gold medal last November by the
assistant secretary of the army,
Williams' .eyesight cradual-
ly failed in, the. past few yeara
until now be is totally bund.
"If I could hist see. I would
be perfectly -happy," he said re-
.
A doctor asked the Texas, veter veteran
an veteran last year how he managed to
live so long and Williams replied:
"l" get ap for breakfast, stir
around for dinner and eo to bed
for supper." ...
There is little or no anti-Yankee
feeling among the three surviving
Coniederab-s.. Time has beadled
the scars. But they nave firm opi opinions
nions opinions about the. war.
"We didn't get beat, we were
starved jout,!. fays -Williams. "We
quit just five minutes too early.
The Yankees was getting ready to
stack arms 'and we beat 'em to
CONDUCT NEWS STUDY
NEW YORK (UPV-Dow Jonea
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Wall Street Journal, announced
Monday the firm add the Dow
Joees Foundation would sponsor -and
finance a 12-month study to
ftd out why many quabfied young
men do sot seek career in the
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4ivl here last week said thy
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Vatcr a 0in the organuad tour.
V Ambassador Llewelyn Thompson
etetday gave verbal and written
warnings to American delegates in
last-minute attempt to talk
'. them, out of going to formddn
V; ;,fted .China.
Xh6mpson spoke for 15 minutes
:.it.i the- embassy with five repre repre-i
i repre-i J ientatives of those planning to
S leaved for Peiping. And he sent
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5 to the Tourist Hotel where most
A'Hf the Americans are staying

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sf?t nnartment warning that

: they would be a "tool of Commu
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:! ?Ke China offered to pay all
r tkpejlses for 15 Americans. The
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; malMp the trip despite the fact
i 1 hattJ. S. policy bans American

October Draft
jCall: 7000
WASHINGTON (UP)-The De De-fense
fense De-fense Department has issued a
,6o6-nian draft call for the Army
in October the smallest monthly
'call since April, 1956-
The A'my took 8,000 draftees in
September and 11,000 in August.
Front Apri! through July the
JmontWy draft call was 13,000.
The reduced draft calls reflect
Secretary of Defense Charles E.
..Wilson's recent order to trim mili military
tary military strength by 100,000 men by
text Jan. 1.
Wilson told his news conference
i last Wednesday that he expected
draft calls to level eff at 7,000 or
8000 men a month.
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at the last-minute after a
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lid lor such a trip.
While Thompson conferred with
the delegates, Hiiiham drove to. the
Tourist Hotel with copies of a
statement by Undersecretary of
ton which made two basic points
By visiting Communist China the
delegates would be acting as
"tool of Communist propaganda
"Violation of the declared policy
of the United States" would jeop
ardize their passports.
Against U. S. Interests
The Herter statement asked the
delegates to reconsider their ac
ceptarice of Red China's invitation
for a three-week tour of tne Lni'
nese mainland because it was
"against the best interests of the
United States."
The statement included a warn
ing that action of an unspecified
nature might he taken against
them. This could include loss of
future passport privileges.
He said the Communist Chinese
authorities intended to use each
FBI Hunls For Cash
Supposedly Buried
In NY By Masler Spy
NEW YORK, Aug. 14 (UP) -FBI
agents searched today for a
large sum f money supposedly
burled in the New York ara by
Russian master spy Rudolf Ivhr Ivhr-ovich
ovich Ivhr-ovich Abel for use in financing
his espionage ring.
Dne hlph official said the so soviet
viet soviet intelligence officer had hid
den an estimated $50,000 inNew
York City and in parts of Long
Island. A search for additional
money also was reported in
Poughkeepsle, 75 miles north of
New York( where AbeJ. allegedly
had sought to set up a short
wave radio station for esuionage
purposes.
The search for the money was
disclosed shortly after FBI a-
gents yesterday found $15,000 in
cash in a safe deposit box Abel
had rented In a branch of the
Manufacturers Trust Company
under the name of Alan Win
ston. When arrested June 21 at
his hotel room here, Abel had
$6,000 in cash, according to the
FBI. Authorities have speculated
that Abel was aware he w.s un under
der under FBI surveillance and had
planned to use the money to flee
the country.
Ironically, Abel's personal fi financial
nancial financial situation was such yes yesterday
terday yesterday that he had to ask a VS.
marshal for a cigarette when he
appeared in Brooklyn federal
court.
SCHWEITZER TAKES REST
CONAKRY, French West Africa
(UP)-Dr, Albert Schweitzer, No Nobel
bel Nobel Prixe winning humanitarian,
was steaming up the African
coast today on his way to a brief
vacation in Europe.
Schweitzer left his hospital at
Lambarene, French Equatorial
Africa, on July 31 and boarded
the steamer Brazia at Port Gen Gen-til.
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At Red China
night of soul-searching and
deleeate "wherever possible to
subvert the foreign policy and the
best interests of the United States,
of which you are a citizen.'
He added that the trip might
also be considered a violation of
the "trading with the enemy" act.
Ex Says She'll Call
Off Suit For 'Sorry'
And A Few Thousand
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (UP)-
The jilted sweetheart of Claud
Spreckles Jr. said today she'd
rather have an apology and a few
thousand dollars than all that
sugar.
Those were the terms on which
blonde Christine Bruckner of Vien Vienna
na Vienna said she would withdraw her
$754,900 suit against the sugar
heir.
Miss Bruckner, 32, filed the suit
Monday in San Mateo County Su
perior Court. She asked $3,400,
representing the balance on a $5, $5,-000
000 $5,-000 note; $1,500 in attorney's fees;
$250,000 compensatory damages;
and t.iOO.OOO punitive damages.
"But I will drop the whole "thing
if he pays me what he promised,"
she said in her charming accent.
"I don't need the money. I'm
suing as a matter of principle and
for the honor of my family.
"I think he should also apolo
gize lor saying those unkind things
in the newspapers," she said. "He
said I have had many boy friends
in Vienna and once had a baby.
That is quite untrue and I can
prove it.
"My parents were so embar
rassed by.al' the publicity in the
Vienna newspapers they had .to
move out of the neighborhood.
The papers said I had been paid
5 million dollars. It was awful."
Miss Bruckner's romance with
Spreckels began in January when
she came to. San Mateo, Calif.,
to visit friends. A the time he
was separated hut not divorced
from Jane Turner Spreckels. Miss
Bruckner returned to Vienna
when she realized there could be
no marriage.
However, Spreckels divorce be
came final last October and he
sent for her. She arrived in
November and he established her
in a syank apartment house in
San Mateo, just around the corner
from his own.
Last spring, Miss Bruckner said,
he broKe off their romance, but
promised to pay her 5,000 in in
stallments it she would not an annoy,
noy, annoy, disturb or sue him. How However,
ever, However, in March, she feared she
was goingr tc nave a baby.
"He suggested I put the baby
up for adoption," she said.
Miss Bruckner took a large dose
of sleeping pills, then called
Spreckels' daughter, Mrs. Carol
Fletcher She was revived in a
hospital and was found not to be
pregnant.
British Firm Has
Electronic Brain
Telephone Board
LONDON, Aug. 14 (UP) A Brit
ish firm announced today it had
developed an electronic brain tele
phone exchange that never gave a
busy signal.
The British Telecommunications
Research, Ltd., said its 200-exten-sion
switchboard used magnetic
ui u-ii uicuiui j cuuiuiiiciiu
If the number called was busy.
it explained, the drum- remem
bered the number of both the call caller
er caller and the pai;ty wanted and con connected
nected connected them as soon as the line
was cleared
The company warned, however.
that the development would bring
no "overnight revolution" in tele
phoning because present exchange
equipment was built to last up to
25 years.
Girard Punished
For Leaving Base
To Visit Bar
TOKYO, Aug.i4 (UP) The VS.
Army today restricted Specialist
3C William S. Girard to the eon eon-fines
fines eon-fines of his company area lor two
weeks as punishment for leaving
camr and gojng to a Japanese vil village
lage village bar.
The 21-year-old G.I. from Otta Ottawa,
wa, Ottawa, 111., is scheduled to go on trial
Aug. 2 in a Japanese court oa a
charge of shooting and Killing I
Japanese woman who was scav scavenging
enging scavenging acrap metal on the Camp
Weir firing range last Jan. 30.
Girard had been restricted to the
are of Camp Whittingtoo, but had
free movement within its limits.
On tl night of Aug. i be left, the
camp with friend and went to a
bar in the nearby village of Mi Mian
an Mian iri. -
WAT I It FOR SAL I
NEW DELHI, Ifldia iuP-Wa-ter
is selling for two annas (about
two cents) a flats in Fatehpur
Sikiri Bear the City of Agra in
north central India, it ss report reported
ed reported today. The area has had a

heat wave for the past few weeks.

Leftwihg Jaganites Take Lead
In British Guiana Elections

GEORGETOWN, British Guia Guiana,
na, Guiana, Aug. 14 (UP) w Mounting
returns from Monday's election
indicated today the fellow-traveling
faction of the leftwing PPP
party will have at least 7 of the
27 seats ln'the new colonial leg
islature. ,. :
The nro-Commuhist PPP fac
tion led by ex-Premier Cheddi
B. Jagan was leading L. Forbes
Burnnam s socialist ppp ac action,
tion, action, which is sure of only three
seats so far and the Conserva
tive UDP party with one sure
seat.
The Jaganites undoubtedly
will be outvoted, however, by
the 13 legislators who will be ap
pointed by the colonial governor
to round out the membership of
tne local parliament.
Political observers attributed
the strong showing made by
the Leftists to splits in the
Conservative vote. In at least
two districts, Burnhamites who
received a minority of the to total
tal total vote were elected because
the opposition ballots were di divided
vided divided among two or more can candidates.
didates. candidates. Jagan, a U.S.-educated dentist
of East Indian origin, is sup supported
ported supported mainly by the Indians
Boys 10, Girls 6
Sixteen babies were born at
Gorgas Hospital during the week
ending at midnight Monday.
Aug. 12, according to the regu regular
lar regular hospital report. During that
same time 199 patients were ad admitted
mitted admitted and 225 discharged.
Boy babies were bom to the
following parents:
Mr. fand Mrs. A. Cyrille, Pan Panama
ama Panama i City; Mr. and Mrs. E. R.
Ince, Panama City; SP-3 and
Mrs. L. W. Briggs, Balboa; Mr.
and Mrs. T. A. Belgrave. Pana Panama
ma Panama City; M-Sgt. and Mrs. C. R.
May ml, Albrook; Dr. and Mrs.
D. Senzer, Gamboa; Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Simmons, Panama
City; Sgt. and Mrs. F. Ortiz, Ft.
Clayton; Mr. and Mrs. E. Chal Chal-baud,
baud, Chal-baud, Panama City; and, M-Sgt.
and Mrs. C. E. Mire, Albrook.
. Girl babies were bdtn to the
following:
AZc and Mrs. 3. 3. Chlswick,
Panama City; Lt. and Mrs. J. H.
Zachary, Ft. Clayton; M-Sgt-and
Mrs. E. S, Sommerville, Al Albrook;
brook; Albrook; Sgt. and Mrs. C. R. Per Perkins,
kins, Perkins, Ft. Kobbe- SP-3 and Mrs.
R. L. Hawker, Balboa: and SP-
L3 and Mrs. R. L. Peters, Panama
WANT
A
GAL?
LONDON (UP) The tabloid
Daily Sketch, which Monday of
fered a man as a prize in a cir
culation contest, hinted today that
h migm rauie on a woma,H, ioo.
"A woman? the newspaper's
official "spokesman replied to ques
tioners. "Ah-hah. I'm afraid I
.(.. j .. i i i.
cau i uivuige any pius in payer
may have."
He conceded, however, that a
Woman might have even more
drawing puwer than the upper upper-class
class upper-class gentleman offered by the
Sketch Monday.
Asked whether people might
misumn rstand the offer of a wom woman,
an, woman, the spokesman replied:
"Ah, yes. That might be a prob problem."
lem." problem." How would the paper go about
finding the woman, he was asked.
"We found a' gentleman, didn't
we?"
Demo Solon Sees
Cracking Of GOP
On Civil Rinhls Bill
WASHINGTON, Aug 14 (TJP)
A key House Democrat said
today he saw signs of a cracic
in the solid wall of Republican
opposition to the Senate's "mod "mod-erate''
erate'' "mod-erate'' civil rights bill.
This Congressman leader in
the fight for civil rights legisla
tion, based his statement on
two developments yesterday:
1. House Republican leader Jo
seph W. Martin Jr. (Mass.) said
he does not think the Senate bill
"necessarily" must to to t Sen
ate-House conference although
he prefers that method of hand
ling, v
2. .Martin released copies of a
telegram from Clarence Mitch Mitchell,
ell, Mitchell, director of the Washington
bureau of the National Associa Association
tion Association of Colored People" (NVACP
saying the Senate bill It not
strong enough but "we definitely
want -to ret a bill this session.
House Republican leaders in
cluding Martin hava heretofore
insisted adamantly mat tne
Senate bllL now before the
House, be sent to a Senate-Hen ne
Conference Comml ttee
for
"tourhenlnr."- Thev have main
talned M would be better 0 pass
no bill than what they call the
'-weak" Senate measure.

Little League

and Indonesians who make uo a
large part of British Guiana's

uopulation. '
The Burnhamlte faction of
the PPP draws most of its sup
port from the colony s Negroes.
The PPP, unitedibehind Ja Jagan,
gan, Jagan, swept the legislative elec
tion in 1954. On the strength of
his electoral victory, the. dentist
was installed as Premier of Brit British"
ish" British" Guiana. ,y jV
The London gdvernment oust ousted
ed ousted him and suspended the co colonial
lonial colonial constitution a few months
later when it began to appear
that Jagan was intent on com com-munizing
munizing com-munizing the colony j -5
The ex-Premier and his American-born
wife, the former Jan Janet
et Janet Rosenberg of Chicago, were
imprisoned for a time. : t

Confidential' Request For' Lewd.llascivious tales

Told By Red
HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 14 (UP)
Kedhaired Ronnie Quillan, who
identified herself as a1 prostitute,
testified today at the "uontmen
tial" criminal libel trial that she
had an affair with television star
Desi Arnaz in 1944 and provided
the information for an article in
the magazine.
"I submitted the story as an
incident that had happened 10
vears previously, but i appeared
in the magazine as if it occurred
recently," the Hollywood party
girl testified, on cross exami examination.
nation. examination. ;
The date of the alleged ffair was
four years after Arnaz, a Cuban
band leader, had married his
present television partner. Lucille
Ball. A spokesman for ARnaz
said, the actor was on vacation
and unavailable for comment on
Miss Quillan's testimony.
Defense attorney Arthur Crow
ley asked Miss Quillan if one of
the stories she submitted to Confi
dential which appeared in the
January, 1955, issue titled ".I Love
Lucy" was about an affair be
tween a call girl and a prominent
movie actor.
Bids for Conversion
Of Pumping Slalion
(low Being Solicited
Bids for the replacement of
pumps and other equipment at the
Gamboa Raw Water Pumping Sta Station
tion Station and the conversion of existing
switcheear and other electric plant
equipment bom 25 to 80 cycle cur current
rent current operation are now being so solicited
licited solicited by the Panama Canal Com Com-pny.
pny. Com-pny. ;
The bids are scheduled to be; o o-pened
pened o-pened the morning of Aug. 28 in
the Administration Building at
Balboa Heights, f
The work to be done includes
the complete modernization of the
Gatun Pumping Station equipment
and involve the modification of
the pump intake well; the remov removal
al removal of several exisiting pumping u u-nits;
nits; u-nits; the installation of new pump pump-units;
units; pump-units; anu modification and repair
to the building. In addition, the
work includes converting the fre frequency
quency frequency sensitive equipment.
The successful contractor will be
given approximately eight months
to complete the work.,
This is a readvertisement of a
similar project, oa which one bid
was received several months a a-go.
go. a-go. The bid was rejected and mi minor
nor minor changes were made in the
new specifications.
Ousled American
Embassy Members
Move Out Of Syria
DAMXSCUS, Syria, Aug. 14 -(UP)
Three members of the
U.S. t mbassy ordered out of Sy Syria
ria Syria tor connection with an alleg alleged
ed alleged plot to overthrow the present
government left the country to-,
day.
The Syrian government declared
the three Americans unwelcome
after accusing them yesterday of
complicity in a plot to bring down
the regime of President Shukri Al Al-Kowaily.
Kowaily. Al-Kowaily. The U.S. Embassy here and the
State Department In Washington
both termed the accusation a
"complete fabrication. But there
was no alternative to withdrawing
the American officials. Diplomats ;
remain u a foreign country at the
pleasure of the host nation.
Vice "onjul Francis Gettoa and
political staff officer Howard
Stona crossed the border by car 1
en route to Beirut Lebanon, this
moraine. Lt. CoL Robert MoUoy,
the mJitary attache, was due a a-eross
eross a-eross at neon.
Too Lazy To Work
CHATHAM, England, Aug. 14
(UPWoha Datum, M,.weat to
jail today for sir months becsuse
be was toe laxy U work.
Dilma was eharced with failiac
te maintain himself, bis wife and
li rnrtlit iAiithtrr while relief
dnte the faet that he was oer-
fwtly bt" to work and had turned
down Zi job offers la three years.

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MOVE AGAINST REBELS British-led troops of the Sultan" of Muscat move u theif tr,uck
against rebel positions in the rebel capital of ;Nifcwa ,in.Oman. The main fort of the rebel
suddenly surrendered -to the forces after a mo rning-long attack,'"" f t ""

- Haired Prostitute In Hollywood Trial

"Was it about Desi Arnaz?" he
asked and Miss Quillan replied' it
.was.
"And was not the incident actu actually
ally actually between yourself and, Desi
Arnaz in Palm Springs in October
of 1944?" he asked.
"Yes," she replied and added,
"The article stuck to the truth as
I knew it."
Arnaz was the second prominent.
Hollywood figure to be brought inv
to the trial. Yesterday, film star
Clark Gable was identified in tes testimony
timony testimony as having, an affair with
another party girl, Franceses de
Scaffa, which the he man star
denied. .- y
Miss Quillan was called as a
prosecution witness to testify how
Confidential publisher Robert Har Harrison
rison Harrison hired her to provide the
magazine with stories on the sex
activities of film celebrities.
"Mr. Harrison told me be was
primarily interested in the sexual
activities of the movie stars,!' the
41 year old party girl testified.
"He told mc the more lewd and
lascivious a story, the more color colorful
ful colorful the magazine."
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knit 'Sheath dress with her long
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Errol Flynn Offers To Champion
Thespians Beset By Confidential

NEW YORK, Aug. 14 (UP)
Actor Erroll Flynn arrived in town
from Paris today and immediate immediately
ly immediately offered himself as champion
for the cause of his Hollywood as associates
sociates associates in their troubles with
Confidential magazine.
"I think it is about time some
one stepped forward to un sully
the fair name of we thespians,"
the swashbuckling screen lover
said after he stepped off a plane
at Idlewild airport.
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waist, Miss Quillan presented a
striking figure in the witness box.
JShe said her first contact with
Harrison was in 1954 when she
wrote a letter- to Confidential to
inform it th at an article about
tier was false. She said Harrison
contacted her and said he was
not interested in repeating a Story
that had been printed but wanted
new material.,
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"He kept asking me for stories
and tips and whether I Jcnew 'any
other- girls: that 1 knew might
have flips or stories," she testi testified.
fied. testified. ."I told him I did have
contacts with other girls who
could provide him with material
and stories and. he asked me
whether the other girls were will willing
ing willing to make rendezvous with
celebrities."' , j f
Miss Quillan said among the
stories she' discussed with Harriy
son was the alleged homosexual homosexuality
ity homosexuality of a prominent movie actress.
"He said he had the story and
wanted me to get verification in
any way I could." .. i
For her efforts on behalf, of the
magazine, Miss Quillan said,' she
was paid $1,500 and the money
wa telegraphed to her.?
Miss Quillan followed to the
treatment -himself about two years
ago in a story concerning his al alleged
leged alleged antics on his wedding night,
declared "if someone wants to
hear from me, I'll be more than
anxious to open mytrap.; : 7
So far, the dashing actor, whose
off -screen .romances have had
their share of the limelight over
the years, hasn't been called to
testify in the criminal libel "suit
that .isTocking the Hollywood film
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stand Lester Grady, former editor
of "Whisper," who told the jury
that jn affidavit he termed "dy "dynamite''
namite'' "dynamite'' was used to document
a story of Maureen O'Hara which
appeared in the March, 1957, issue
of Confidential under the title
"Maureen O'Hara Cuddled in
Row 35."
The story was part of the evi evidence
dence evidence listed by the prosecution as
the basis cf its indictment of the
iriagaziDe and its editors oh crim criminal
inal criminal libel charges.
Gradv testified scalT girls were
used to help prepare affidavits to
he used as the basis for stories
in the m a g a z i n e s Harrison
published. ..
"They- had some trouble with
affidavits," he said. ; "One they
were concerned about was that
on Maureen O'Hara. I didn't see
it, but it was dynamite."
Mass Subpenaing
Of Stars For Trial
Called 'Blackmail1
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NEW" YORK, Aug,-!' (UTT
mass subpenaing of screen stars
to testify in the libel trial of Con.
fidential magazine was'"blackmail
in a rather sickening form."
"There is Do one's life, if com-'
pletely exposed,' that wouldn't
show a little unfortunate back-.
ground,'' the former, star ef "Tea.
house, of the August Moon,'; "Mr.
Roberts' and J'Finian's Rainbow
said. ,:' :: ::-"y .'v.i ;
.Wayne, returning from a two two-month
month two-month trip to Europe aboard the
Italian liner Cristoforo Colombo,
said "no one could become ma mature
ture mature if he hadn't gone through
some seedy peiod;
Wayne said he will work on a
filmed TV show and plans to ap
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pear' in anew Broadway snow.
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