The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Ambassador Harrington Reports
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Chief of Staff i

'Serois ; Disappointment'

i4f Balboa ; Bridge Delay

. WASHINGTON, Aug. 16 (UP.) -Congress has bn
advised that, the Panamanian government and people are
Vseriously disappointed'' that no action -has been jtakert so

far to implement the 1955 Treaty with the United States,

it was learned today.
VTn Panamanian concern wa disclosed in testimony

betore the ssenaxe Appropriation wrnmiuw. u a. vm un
would authorize $1,000,000 to bein technical "studies for

a bridee spanning, the Canal.

- Speaking for the- U.S. Administration during a closed

sission earlier this week, William P. snow, .acting assist-

ant secretary of state .for Inter-American Affairs, remind remind-V
V remind-V ed th committee that the bridgs "i a genuinely necessary

Structure" and that the United States had acknowledged
Its obligation to build iv- v v

THE 'PULSE
OF PANAMA

' THE NUMBER of home-made
, "bombs exploSed in panam dur-
ins the past two weeks tose to

1 nine today wun n"""
. ?nothef petard at the Chorrera-
Panama bus stop at the Public
- Market. ; "P.
Secret Police arrested a well well--
- well-- nniitwi aeltator last

niKht, hut It was' not revealed
whether it was : In connection

, with the bombings.
X tTw hours attef lasl.nUrh
t' bmb went off two individuals
J ' threatened to kill Juvenal Cas Cas-?
? Cas-? -:tillo, the watchman at the
f ,. dump in Panama VfJv when
be found them wowllnf in the
" area. Castillo said the two men ;
said they were olnr to blow
f 'li the bridge at Old Panama, j
i ry i
1 1 The tabloid dally La llorft to-

' day echoes rumors uiat nnante
' Minister Ruben ; D. j Carles Jr.,

' '-who is presently attending the
' I Inter-American Economic Con Con-'
' Con-' ference in Buenos Aires, wilj re-

' sign his post shortly aft4 hw
' return to Fanama;U;-
- Th nogsibUitv is Advanced

"that Carles vants'to resume Wsj

, activities as a banicer ana pro pro-C;"
C;" pro-C;" feasor of econonilcs at the pan pan-C'viamatTnlversity
C'viamatTnlversity pan-C'viamatTnlversity A v ,-

I Snow's testimony" became a
vailable to the United Press to
dav.

After stressing the high value

of the United States places up
on cordial relations with Pana

ma. the assistant secretary vsald:

"Reports from our ambassador
to Panama are to the effect that
not only is the Panamanian gov

ernment seriously disappointea

mat. no acuon lias oeeu miicu

so far to appropriate funds un

der the enabling aot of last year

but Also that tne public, wmcn
reads constantly in the press a

bout the bridge,: project, more

than shares tne disappointment

of the government, -.,

.' The Senat Jbad already ap approved
proved approved tho. $1,000,000 request
but tha House eliminated it
from the adminbtratlon'i 195?
supplemental A p propr,lations
BWL A -.v , j,
Now the Administratfdn has

reinforced the measure" in the
1958 (current? fiscal yearK4 supple supplemental
mental supplemental Appropriations' request
It was learned that the Sen
si committee has' uraln'

pioved tne money for i- e )ie )ie-liminiry
liminiry )ie-liminiry Panamanian study
.which must now go before the

The major difficulty; however,

will come before the House where

the bill ran into trouble before.

A'( Observers ieel, that if majorl

ty .reader Bam itayourn is per'

suaoed to lavor the biu it has a
good, chance of passage.:

USGA Approves Decisions
Or Congress' Commitfee

The United States Citizens

Association is well pleased with
the. decision of a joint House

Senate conference committee to

OK the transfer of certain lands
in the Canal Zone to the Repub Republic
lic Republic of Panama, USCA president
Winter ..Collins said today, v
The USCA also approves the
conference's decision to put off

decision on wno should pay the
$1,500,000 increase in the annui annuity
ty annuity to Panama.

"These are points which the

Air Cbndilioning

To Be Installed
In Admin J Building

The Panama firm, of Sander.

Duffer and Associates has'been a-

warded a contract to provide ar

chitect ; and engineer services in
connection with the installation of

a air conditioning system, a new
lighting system, and an elevator
in the Administration Building at
Balboa Heights.
This project is: one authorised

for this fiscal year and it is plan planned
ned planned to Initiate actual work during
the year. ; f j,

bl blunder
under blunder terms f th rnnfrspf tnr

preliminary plans, specificationsf -WASHINGTON tUP-The peace

ana estimates.are to be submitted
within 30 dav. and final nlan wlrh.

in- U. day$. or .about thn .n- nt

.The same tabloid warned that
Taboga island .will be without
-' a dock unless major repairs
are undertaken within, the
net few months.

Yesterday early morning

earthquake did da some damage

in Panama City according wj m
' formation obtained today.?

- The quake- completely destroy

ed one oi the snacKS in tne urn
Panama shanty town and caus caused
ed caused slirht damage to a number

of others. None of the tenants

of the. ruined shanty was In
Jured. ;f:r-'-.,V '?;

. Sculptor Gabriel Acevedo's
statues of President Roosevelt.
Simon Bolivar and others were
saved from demolition yesterday
when Alejandro de'la Guardia,

the director of the Social Becur
. lty Board, halted eviction pro

ceedlngs against. t h e young

sculptor. ; '. -jt a.
.The sculptor, the arandson of

founding father, was being

evicted from a basement for non

payment of rent to the social

' Security.'; r-jr-i.

Cosla Ricans Sfone
national Capilol;
Police Wound Six

tr iu t hs nn anil aiw

proval of Jinal plans by Sander,
Buffer and Assnciatcs vii uili

doe aavertised tor actual work;

it jusiauaiiun. oi a new ngnt ngnt-me
me ngnt-me system will reauire' rnm.

pjete rewiring of the Administra-

uoa.uuiiding. It. is planned to use
high voltage flouresqent lights, It

upunwa w use eo-cycie current
and a power feeder will be instal

led to a source of. power In Balboa
The contractor will make com

parauvs cost, estimates for air

conaiuoninp th entire hn M n .nW

xor tne nuiiamg jess the corridors

ana rotunda. .-

The new elevator to be

wur oe placed in the ex iting !-

vator shaft and require ar major

structural cnanges.

USCA has been advocating for

some- time, Collins said.

"The conference committee Is
to be congratulated on its wis

dom in its action on the land

dm, and 'n postponing the an

nulty issue till it has obtained

iurtner information.

"It is also to be congratulated
on its wisdom' in assessing the

lands to be transferred at their
market value, rather than their

dook value." v

It was renorted from Wash.

ington today that the confer

ence committee agreed to accept

me uuse version or the ; land

Dui,vWhich implements certain
provisions of the 1955 Remon Remon-Eisenhower
Eisenhower Remon-Eisenhower treaty. ,..
Only technical differences were
present between the two ver

sions of the bill, but they had to

oe resolved in committee.
The bill will be sent to Presi

dent Eisenhower for signature
when the conference report is

approved by the House and Sen-1

ate, possibly later today or ear

ly jiexu weeK.

Brass, Musical And Otherwise.
To Greet CZ's Hershey Hustlers

The Canal Zone Teenaae baseballers are set for

a full-dress welcome by proud Isthmians when they
land-at Tocumsn 3 p.m. Sunday.
Bands, movie cameras, radio microphones, civil civilian
ian civilian and military brass, proud parents and proud root rooters
ers rooters are on the agenda.
The VFW is seeing that the Hershey hustlers
know how highly the Isthmus regards their performance.

Cases Involving Deportation, Drunk
Driving, Embezzling Are Bound Over

Peace Can Be Kepi

If US Keeps Her
Sf rtngibqilford v

l25fCC3 Americans
IKI 7i:h Aslillc
Flu Since June I
'.c :.;r,.?i V' .'
: 1 WASHTNO?rrW Aug! 18 (TTP

The Public Health service-said i

vx today 20,000 to 25.000 Americans,
possibly more, have been strick strick-r
r strick-r en with Asiatic flu since June 1.
. The service made this estimate

as Surgeon General Leroy E.
. Burney disclosed a plan to allo allocate
cate allocate vaccine for the new kind of
Tlu among the 48 states on a
..population basls.-
. Last, night the Senate appro appropriations
priations appropriations committee restored a
1300.000 cut which tha adminls-

t ration had made in funds asked
y Burney for combatting the
pew malady. Health service of of-.
. of-. flclals had said, the cut would
. 'seriously hamper their fight a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the expected epidemic:
In reporting the 20.000 to 23. 23.-.
. 23.-. 600 fstlmate, a public health of-!
riclal emphasized that the total!

Dumber of Asiatic III cases may

BAN JOSE, Costa Rica, Aug. 16
.(UP) Six persons wounded by
police gunfire were hospitalized
here today following a clash be between
tween between police and a stone-hrow-Ing
mob outside the national
capitol. '
Police fired on the rioters when
tear gas failed to dispense the
mob. ,:
The trouble started during a
congressional debate on the

government's xlan to sell, the

Capitol .i and the surrounding

property to tne central Ban.

Opposition politicians who say

the plan proves the government's
"irresponsibility" had packed

the galleries with demonstrators

whose shouts repeatedly inter
rupted the debate.

When the speaker ordered the

galleries cleared, the opposition

ists gathered in- the streets 'out

side and stoned tne building, po police
lice police .who appeared to disperse
the mob were met by a shower

or stones, -.

OoL Guillermo : SaJasar. ehlef

of the San Jose detective force.

was injured by a thrown stone.

Mexican Police

Th

ii it ui a vuMUiu
Invasion Plan
TUXPAW. Mexico. Aug; 18

fUP) Police in this east-coast
City announced today they hare

arrested a number of Cuban
refurees and seized the two ships
in which they had planned to

-invade- cuds.

A police report quoted S'ne
Santulan. alleged leader of the
frustrated expedition, as saying
that it was financed by Cuba's

ousted ex-president Carlos rno
who now lives in Miami Beach.

Santnian was said to have told
authorities that Guldo Busta-

Funeral Services

ForSamMliw
Sel For Tuesday

Graveside funeral services will
be held at 10 am Tuesdav for

samuei L. Lux, retired Canal

employe who died yesterday at

oan rernanoo Clinic in Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. He was 81 years old. -
The services will be held at Co Co-rozal
rozal Co-rozal cemetery and will be con conducted
ducted conducted by the Rev; John V. Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, c.M.'v. ; : i-;. -1
Mr. Lux was born in Cleveland,
Ohio. He came to the Isthmus

during the early part of the
construction nerlod as a mar.hin.

1st, working fii that capacity lor

arjout six months. He returned
to Canal service, again as a ma machinist,
chinist, machinist, in July, 1910, and from
then on his service was unbro

ken until his retirement In Au

gust, 1938. ..

After the formation of the Per

manent Panama Canal oreani-

sation he was employed continu

ously by the then Mechanical
Division, as a machinist and
toolmaker. At the time of his re retirement
tirement retirement he was a leadineman

toolmaker.

Mr. Lux has made his home

at the Tlvoli for many years.!

There are no members of his

iamuy on tne istnmus, t

can be kept4f America keeps' up

;ts- strength.: V : v

a That was pe assurance fnday

U'onT'itie us uon $ sewor ('miliiary
,men, the outgoing chairman of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff and i new

replacement

Adm;, Arthur W. Radford put his
views on record as he prepared
to turn over the top militaryoffice

to uea, Nathan Twining at
WhHe House ceremony today.'

- "ii we.. Keep our streneth we

won't have a big war," Radford

told a news conference late

weanesaay. Nor,- be said, would
there "necessarily',' be small 'wars

involving tbe 1 United States.

Th chance of either big or little

war has "decidedly" diminished in
thepast four years, he said, as
America built up its air-atomic
power and Allied nations increased

their strength.

I don't think the Russians are

going to start a war.'V. Radford

said.

Twining a stocky four star een

eral under whom the Air Force
became top dog in the military

establishment, expresed a' similar

view in an interview with Scriona-

!Howard newspapers.

as ne moved zrom tne oince of
Air Force chief of -staff to the

chairmanship o the Joint Chiefs,
Twining said "the possibility of a

major war is out" because the

Russians know they cannot win as

long as the United States main-.

tains its military might.

Three cses were bound over

for trial in Ancon District Court
during this morning's session at

the Balboa Magistrate's Court,

with two of the defendants waiv

ing preliminary hearing.

The first case involved a U.S

sailor who was charged with o-

perating a vehicle while intoxi
cated on Bruja Road.

The iailor, Joseph M. Radulski,

35, whom District Attorney Roland
K. Hazard pointed out has 22 years
of service with a good record in

the U.S. Navy, was released m

the custody of his commanding of
ficer, Opt. Joseph Johnson, :
Radultkt ts allstd lo have
failed 1o kep t the. right whil
driving "a pick-un truck 'in. n in.
Inviratvil rn41tim fill it a ha.

' suit to nave Collidod WHO an on.
. oming 'autemobil iuiro inju
j-ry; te Johanna K. Underwood,

i Arthur R. Thomas, 30, Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian who like Radulski waiv

ed preliminary bearing, was charg
ed with appropriating for his own

Britain Builds
Nuclear Station
LONDON f UP) Britain's fourth

and the world's largest nuclear
power station will be built at

Trawsfynydd, North Wales, it was

announce dtoday. The station will

have a capacity of 400,000 to 500,

000 kilowatts and is scheduled for

operation in 1962.

use the sum of $650 while Serving

as relief cashier at the Fort

Clayton Army Exchange.
The embezzlement : allegedly oc occurred
curred occurred between July 1 and Aug.
15. Bail was set at $300.
The third case bound over for
trial in District Court involved Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian Luis Antonio Chantrell,
25, whoig charged with returning
to the Canal Zone after deporta deportation.
tion. deportation. Chantrell, who was arwsted by
a Canal Zone policeman in the
Central Labor Office, had .bean
deported from, the Canal Zone on
July 13, 1953, after serving a pri prison
son prison term in the G a mfcoa peniten penitentiary';
tiary'; penitentiary'; ...
Chantrell testified that he had
been, leturuiug. to the. Canal ZoBe
giuce 'J9o4 ift an 'effort to get a
job in order to' support, his sick

Heaved Out After

Irking Kremlin

El RUT, Lebanon, Aug. 16 (UP) Dismissal of Gen,
Tewjiq Nizameddin, 44, Syria's youthful army chief oi
staff, cleared the way today for leftist control of the;
Syrian military forces.
. The Pamascus government indicated yesterday that 'i'
NizameddTn, who had iust returned from an ffirFl vii

to Russia with defense minister Khaled Azim,fdispledse
the Kremlin, and wtu "requesting" retirement. .
Reports reachina here sdid Russian arlvinr imtn

ed that Niz.ameddin be replaced by CoL Afif el Bizri
member of the Syrian Communist Party and the highest
ranking Red officer in the Syrian army. .,"

US Stuck With

Surplus Diamonds

WASHINGTON (UP) Indus

trial diamond importers have
complained to Congress they are
stuck with 25 million dollars worth

of surplus industrial diamonds.
They said the government halted
buying the stones for its reserve

stockpile without warning them.

Bomb Plot Aimed

At U.S. Embassy
Bared In Beirut

BEIRUT, Aug. 16 (UP) Po

lice today reported uncovering a

bomb plot against the U.S. Em

bassy here allegedly directed by

Egyptians.

Police last night arrested Mo

hammed Abdul Ghani, described

as an 18-year-old Jordanian, who

was found loitering outside the A-

merican Embassy.
Polite said that the youth had

confessed that he and a Syrian

youth were hired by memhers of

the Egyptian Embassy in Damas Damascus
cus Damascus to survey the American Em Embassy
bassy Embassy here for a planned bomb bombing.
ing. bombing. The Syrian, who escaped,
was identified by police as Ali
Marzouk.
Both men also, were in contact
with members of the Egyptian
Embassy here, police said. THEY
Embassy here, police said. They
added that the Jordanian was ar

rested while inspecting the en

trances of the U.S. Embassy to

study the possibilities of commit

ting "an outrage."

The Leftist cabinet of Premier

Sabri Assail approved this, and
the appointment is now before
President Shukrl el Kuwatly.
There was sorfle question
whether Kuwatly w,ould refuse
to sign the decree appointing Al
Blzrl, a move which means put

ting the Kmf unaer.flirect Com Communist
munist Communist control..
Politically, MofVtinfi e
a-further iweakehirig'of kuwatly
and strengthenlrig of the power powerful
ful powerful defense minister, Azim, who

returned from a. tr?p to Moscowl

two days ago. Azim is considerei
a major challenger for the prs
idency, -' "--
According to authoritative' lis
formation here, former chief ot
staff J Nizameddin wasr offered .'
the choice of resignation r 4
sponsoring; the Leftist officers
insistence on martial law and s
rrersfpur"" b i ,..
M would Jlave been directed a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst anti-Communist officer!
and ean now be expected undei
the new leadershlo.

American Plane Forced Down
For Hovering Over Damascus

US May Decrease Military Manpower

To 2,500,000 In Next 18' Months-Wilson

.WASHINGTON. Aug. 16 (UP)

Oetense secretary unaries js. wu-

son indicated today the .united

States may cut military manpow

er to 2,500.000 in the next is
months a drop of 300,000 under

present levels.

But Be empna sized mat no oe-

cisioa has been made" and that
President Eisenhower will hsve te
stama a final okay on new man

power plans this fall.

The outgoing aeiense secretary

told a news conference the man-

Dower cutback, was His Mea of a

minimum planning ngure for

the new budget which will be sent

to Congress in January.

tw nigner. But He. rerused tojmanU, who travels frequently
Suggest a possible maximum.- (between Men ice nd the United

f aiiiorni. wim 17.800 cases States, acted as a "liaison offl-

i oeen naroer nit thsn any cer" between prio and the ln
tr.iTySUter of the Caaforrue'vaders."

2 XV) were civilians ana J The namber f Cubans Inroiv-

i3M) were members ei uArB-js4 in the schema was not an-

Wife OfW Lower Ranking Enlisted Man?
-The Army ; Doesn't Want You Down Here
, Cerparals ar spectalista third eUw with leas tbaa four
years service and privates ar arivates first class may bring -their
dependents averaeas ia a "visitor" status, ander De Department
partment Department af Army policy. Headquarters U.S. Army Caria-
' beaa explained this week-
Tha policy is definitely lateoded te aiscaarage depend dependents
ents dependents af lover ranking enlisted aaea frees earning averse,
tbe beadeasrters said. v
tader ska Canal Zaae eodt aad laws- at the,' Repnblie
af Panaasa, a year is the snaximaas that a dependeat ia
"vli tor" status eaa remaia ia the eommand.
Dependents af men la grades E-l ta E-l hi visitor
states will aai he allowed i ehaflft ta "aetherised' de
pendent status aeeardUig ta Department policy, anlees the
saonsAr ts promoted ta hlrher thsa E-4 (earporal ar special
lt third alias) ar as aa kV4 earn plates mars tbxa laar years

aamaa.

He already has ordered a 100,000 100,000-man
man 100,000-man cut in the Armed Forces by
Jan. 1 to keep military spending
within a 31 billion dollar ceiling
for the curent fiscal year which
began July L
Icenemies "Mapped Out"

Wilson said he has "fairly well

mapped out the economies need needed
ed needed to cut defense spending by
about two billion dollars the
s mount necessary to get under the

38 bilbon ceiling.

Among other things, Wilson has

acted in recent dsys to cut civilian

employment at defense installs
tiona. The Air Force, has an

nounced a 20,000 civilian cutback
by Oct. 31 and the Navy an lg.OOO

euiDacfc.
Asked about the reductions. Wil

son said he does not "take much
satisfaction out of cutting things

down" and eausinc civilian lay

offs, but, he said, "wa have the

realities of the problem."

Wilson s "minimum (msnoower)

planning figure" for tha aew budg budget
et budget Is the ssme as tbe one con considered
sidered considered st tbe Londoa disarma disarmament
ment disarmament conference. ;

The size of tha lorea la man

will coma down "slightly" every
year for the next three years,
Wilson ssid. But he said "o one
is thinking af going under" 2,500,.

000 mea during the -fiscal year
ending Juse 30, lsst.v- V J

f xaeets Cuts la lareee -Wilioa
also said that "sooner ar

later" there witt be "sama radua-

tion'r in 'American forces in Eu

rope. With the Army reducing the

size of its military units for atom

ic warfare, he said, some forces
may be cut ss much ss 10 per

cent.
But he sdded thst ne "wouldn't

say" that the 250,000 men now in
Europe would be cut by 25,000

any time soon.
He slso said' the draft will be
necessary as long as the United
States keeps more then 1,500,000
men in uniform. 1
Wilson said that this country
now hss military force "ample to

take care of anything 'big or lit
tie war.

"Our basic policy is to stsy out

of war. be ssid.

On other points Wilson ssid:

He does hot expect to turn over

his post to his newly-confirmed
succesor, Neil H. McBlroy, "he-

fore the end of September or esrty
in October.- He described McEI-

roy ss a "very fine, competent

and experienced mm who will
not need "very long" to take aver

the defense post, t.

LONDON, Aug. 16 (UP) Cat

ro radio reported today that 6y

rlan planes forced an American

plane to land in Damascus yes.

terday for hovering over by-

rlan territory without obtaining

permission."

"A squadron, of Syrian planes

forced the American plane to
land when it ignored the warn

ing while flying over Syrian ter territory,"
ritory," territory," the Cairo broadcast said.

The American plane was cir

cling over Damascus. Competent
Syrian authorities searched the
four members of the American

plane and collected the landing

fees for the plane before it was: ,
allowed to resume Its flight" I'f iiffmfl' Daw irinnA

The tvDe of aircraft was not VMiimti sVVf IIICI1U

luenuuea una no luiuicr ucuw

were given.

ready has expelled three Ameri American
can American diplomats on charges .of
plotting to overthrow the regime
there.
In retaliation, the TJ.8. ovrn.
ment declared the Syrian ambas ambassador
sador ambassador in Washington and a Jun Junior
ior Junior Syrian dlDlomat no ion

welcome.

Washington also announced
that the U.S. ambassador tn a.

ria, now in the United States,
would not return to his post la
Damascus.

La Boca Girl Hauls

Latest reports,. If confirmed,

would mean a distinct worsening

of relations between the Syrian

government and tha
States.

The Syrian government al

To Court Afler Fighl

Burning Feeling
C ASS VTT.T 1? TOWNSHIP. Mirh

UP Mrs. Obie DiUard jumped
ta swst wbst she thoucht was a
bee whea she felt a stinging sen

sation, it turned out ta be a light

ning bolt which entered the elec electrical
trical electrical system af br home, skipped
from a lamp and set fire ta tha

ia which she was sitrini. :

A 25-var-oM rlrfn nf

United ama City was found guilty this

morning oy juage E. I. p. TStel TStel-man
man TStel-man in Balboa Magistrate's
Court after he admitted "box "boxing"
ing" "boxing" his erstwhile girl friend
during a quarrel in La Boca on
the night of July t.
The plaintiff. Sylvia L. Smith,
testified that she and Ralph C
Gittens. 25. had a little "com "combust"
bust" "combust" on the night in question
after he said he had heard that
she had called him "a marijua marijuana
na marijuana smoker."
She said he "cuffed" her and
they -started to flsrht. durlna

which he kicked her. Gitten de-
nled hittlnr her with him ffrt

i but he admitted slannlnar her

after she raised her voice and
"gave hira hard words" when he
asked he about a fight she and
his sister, a La Boca resident,
had engaged In the day. before
Gittens told -the -Judge Sylvia
had been his girl friend for over
a year and that they broke up
after the quarrel on the night
of July x.
After hearing both sides and
ascertaining that Gittens had na ;
Canal Zone nollce record tha

judge found hira guilty but sua

in th. t. 'i. .. penaea tne imposition or sen-

fort o esespe when he saw the; or one yr on condition

RP Driver Fined $40,
License Hot Valid;

Wooden Bus Illegal

A total of $40 in fines was impos

ed this morning on s 30-year-old
Panamanim bus driver who at
first hedged on the question of

whether he wss guilty or not.
Alberto Antonio Reins finally

pleaded guilty to both driving with

out s valid operstor's license si'd

driving 5. hus which wss not con

structed according Canal Zone trsf

fic regulations.'
He was fined $2Sra the license
chsrge, his fourth" such, offense,
end $15 on the charge of driving
s bus which wss not of steel eon eon-structiuP.
structiuP. eon-structiuP.
Canal Zone traffie officer Rob Robert
ert Robert S. Lswyer testified thst Reina
turned off Fourth oi July ? Ave.;

into J Street, which is one-way

Dolieemsn.

Lswyer ssid he hid spotted Rei Reina
na Reina oa Caillard Highway eirlier
sad had swors out a "Joha Doe"
warrant aa the charge of drMag
a weodea bus, which is illegsl aa
tha Canal Zone.
Oa imposing the fine Judge
Tatelmsa said Reins, wbe hss
beea up ia court four timea oa the

ssme uLense, wss saved rrom a

that he did not molest Sylvia or

get Into trouble with the la

again.

Drowns In Sake

TOKYO OTP) Kiyotaru Mskl.
47. drewaed Wednesday ia a, lS-r
galloa barrel of sake (mt'wwf
st the Saarska Sake Cff nn

Police

s csasi tone1 mo siu icu nno ua oirri

which had ax-'hila tryuif aaal irtU.

...... -r,- isija s i

iail seitence anly by the fact thstiplsnt ia suburbs Tokyo.

previously bad

operator's license
aired aa llay 1

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Sir:

CONTROL OF CANAL

n Aiiir ft arm 15 there appeared letters to the Mail Box

from a person who signs his name Candide.
in both his letter he carried on about the sovereignty of
the Canal. When his first letter solicited the Indulgence of
' wme kind soul to the point of making an intelligent reply, he

dismissed it with a snrug ana a ratner amuc
Uie reply being "symptomatic of the uniformed American.
(BD. NOTE: Candide wrote "Uninformed." Our typographical

blooper drafted the entire us military structure iuw mo .B-

"""n'ow to the meat of the matter. Candide says that the
x fct o. imneriniism and colonialism are

immoral. Poor misinformed boy. If he had gone to the trouble

f finrtin out whit iiriDerlalism was, he wouldn t have, maae

auch an asinine comparison. The U.S. has not made or intena
to make a colony or imperial possession of Panama the u.s.
had any such' intentions they would have been fulfilled long
lnAlso Candide makes no mention of the fact that except for
VM. intervention, Panama might still be a province of Colom Colom-bia
bia Colom-bia inhabited by' a multitude of Indians. The US. could have
built the canal through Nicaragua as it almost did, and left
Panama to medldate on its stupid and unnecessary loss.
A? for stripping Panama of its birthright, Candide defines
birthright as the sale of goods and services connected with
IsSfnransortation., Panama can still sell anything she
wants to the personnel of the canal administration, But if
their services and goods are so high-priced and downright lousy
that the Canal personnel would rather buy their goods from
the stores provided for them, that is the fault of the Pan Panamanians
amanians Panamanians only. If candide is so naive as to think : the Canal will
i- y. mnnnnn v in sadlv mistaken. Besiaes

which, three fourths of the stores in Panama would go out of

business if the Americans were not nerc.
Another point, he states that the U.S. received $7.350000
irom the Canal from 1903-1942. He makes this sound as if it
was clear profit for the U.S. Candide only mentions the cost
of the Canal in payments to Panama. He neglects to mention
that the Canal requires personnel to run it, and that they re require
quire require salaries to live on. That $7,350,000 does not go very far
towards all those salaries. But then I guess that Candide
thinks that we "grlngoes" are willing to work for free.
Candide also forgets to mention the American dollars pour poured
ed poured into Panama by the Canal personnel and military service-
men'nnally In the cost department, what about the cost of
v.,,!iHir, fv.A renal orizlnallv? Can all the human lives ex

pended be tallied up and a price set down for each one? I
don't think, so, but maybe Candide in his warped little mind
thinks' he can. t
Finally, why should the U.8. turn over the Canal to Pan Panama?
ama? Panama? They would probably just let it go to hell like every everything
thing everything else they have or the U.S. has given them. Besides
which, Panama does not have enough trained, experienced, in intelligent
telligent intelligent personnel to run a delicate operation like the Canal
and keep it running. tl

Candide impresses no one wno wm .ane u mme w w.

Into and examine the situation, as a matter ui iaci, w wc,
he sounds like a rabbierouslng Communist agitator, but then

I don't know that lor certain, so i wont maso any aucn c

cusation. But it sounds awfully suspicious.
P. J. A.

By VICTOR RIESEL

Sir:

WHO BUILT WHAT?

t. m rt k Vvfatl SnT ":nJr' rif art hundreds Of

ether gringos thai tof Wted States-
built the Canal. Does he beUeve,tha;?urifQrefakher who

mae vne iwoo ueaty wens siunur.- -, : ...
When DX.A. spoke about money, sweat and blood did he

mean the blood money that many gringos are paying Congress

right now Just to keep tne lew sun-empioyea, reai Duiiaers oi

the Canal irom getting cmi service Retirement me ianai
was not built" by North Americans. The few who were down

her were slave drivers.

Sure it was built with US money, but the blood and sweat

was mostly that of aliens from the west Indies. Today many

of them are blind. You see them on the first of each montn
going for their small check, sometimes not as much as $20.

yet D.L.A.s democratic government kicks mem out oi us nus
nitals so that Door Panama has to take responsibility for them

Manv of them are ungrateful for this, praising you who have

kicked them out with nothing rather than giving thanks to

the republic which took them in. Who does DX.A. tninit has
fooling when he says the US Is always losing, while Panama

is gaining?
The US made back all her investment even before the Ca Canal
nal Canal was completed. They took our waterfront, making us prob probably
ably probably the only well-known nation without a seaport of con

sequence. The railroad, which was not even built by the US

government, reji into its nanas somehow.
Today the Canal is costing the Republic over $50,000,000
yearly. We receive less than $2,000,000 from the yearly US pro profits
fits profits of over $75,000,000, counting profits from the Canal, docks,
commissaries, and so forth.
Panama receives $5,00u,000 yearly from a US private enter enterprise,
prise, enterprise, the Chlriqui Land Company. In adoltlon, the Chinqui
Land Company employs Panamanians in skilled positions. The
Canal Company has a lot of gringos in positions that rlghuy
belong to Panamanians. They are afraid of competing with
us. Today there are Panamanians willing to wager dollars
that they are better-skilled than gringos employed by the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company in any field.
There are 40,000 North Americans living in Venezuela work working
ing working for private enterprise US oil and industrial organizations.
In Cuba there are nearly as many. Panama has resources to
afford room for even more foreign, private-enterprise indus industrialists.
trialists. industrialists. This would mean more revenue for our Government,
plus employment for maybe 100,000 Panamanians.
Panama declared her independence from Spain in 1821,

luuica wiua uoiomuia unen wew urenaaa), then declared ner
Independence from Colombia in 1903. Sure this was with US
help. We all know why, and they were well compensated. Re Remember
member Remember that such nations as France, the Netherlands, Spain
and Germany -helped fight for the United States' independence
from England without compensation.
I don't think Panama is entitled to the Canal, but because
of breaches of the 1903 Treaty (which calls for the employ employment
ment employment of Panamanians in all positions for which they are qual qualified)
ified) qualified) and the Remon-Elsenhower treaty (though Panama nas
fl" blle,at'on under this treaty Panama can demand
that the Canal be taken out of the Republic
.tivmembeii wliat the Prident of Mexico told the United
int r.22,iPM. yu "J, ag0 when the us asket about build building
ing building a Canal through his country "Mexieo could really us. a
canal but we have not the money to build It and so may
to buu5"vcI?rtMric0 WU1. n.ver allow y foreign nauon
build any canal in her country."
Ginger Know All

MUNICH "ar be it from me
io pry into the operations of our

intelligence services. But I would

nave nad to spend all my time

in the great beer halls -not to

learn that our operatives had
brought, together in a large con-

terenee hail ol the old German

Museum the free world's greatest

expem ou &oviei hussia. omy tne
men in the Aremun know more
aoout the USSH than the Western

experts who gathered here.

Alter long hours wita some of

them including the specialists of
Radio Liberation whicn broadcasts

24 hours a day in 17 Soviet dia

lects to Russia one amazing
thought comes through:

No on reeiiy knows who is
II powerful inside the Kremlin

nor tvtn those inside tho Krem
lin. :

Certainly, it isn't Zhukov and

the Red Army. The experts here

point out that tne Red Army and

Aiarsnai znukov are, in .effect,

eoniroiieu Djr the central Com
mittee of the Communist Party,

The Red Army doesn't play any

lnaeoenoent political role.

Marshal Zhukov. despite his po

pularity with the Russian masses,

coulon i press a button ana oruer

troops to surround the Kremlin,
He coldn't oust Comrade Khrush

chev. The Marshal is Minister of

Delense, Mit he cannot even fire
any high policy-making official of
the Soviet Defense Ministry with

out permission of the Communist

party Central Committee. He could

not remove a high ranking army
marshal or an admiral of conse

quence without asking the Party's

okay.
The point is made here that Mar Marshal
shal Marshal Znckov is in the Presidum,
the Communist Party inner sanc sanctum,
tum, sanctum, because he is a devout and
active Communist. The fact that
he is a military power is seconda secondary.
ry. secondary. It's secondary because Zhukov

and all his men run second to .the

"ZamDolit."

This "Zampolit" is the politic

al bureau of the Army. Its grim
officials are deputy commanders
of every Army unit. Co-commanders
would be a better description.
They can and have counter countermanded
manded countermanded orders of the Army and
Navy unit chiefs from the batta

lion level right up to generals and

admirals. They don't

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iwJERRY

y tllW PIAKION

Half a Column More or LessNow and Then
by CREDE CALHOUN

FALSE FRIENDS OF WORKING

MEN AND WOMEN

Tnn manv false lriiiif nf wnrk,

ing men and women have infiltrat infiltrated
ed infiltrated and in some cases made cap

tive labor unions in the united

States

They pose as the working man's

friend while picking his pocket

ana sometimes threatening the

owe their lives of his family.

allegiance to the official command1 Some of the members of the
ing officer even if the c.o. is a racketeer-dominated unions' are

Red marshal. They report direct-1 just as much slaves as the mem

PANAMERICAN INVESTMENT CO., INC
Notice of Annual Meeting of Stockholder t
bv.Kf. ,Ten Annual Meeting of the
??.m of Panamerlcan Investment Company Inc., a
eorpcUon of toe Republic of Panama, will be held on
SLPiAL". "ST at io o'clock to the fere fere-d?KMSf
d?KMSf fere-d?KMSf 11 f- Corporation, Avenlda do Esta Esta-do,
do, Esta-do, No. 7106 Sao Paulo. Brazil, for the purpose of:
i. Wmfirming the election of the officers of the corpora corpora-a
a corpora-a for the past year.
Examination of the Corporation's balance sheet for the
thereof JWaad, if found to be in order approval
$ To receive and consider a report of the aeU of the
Directory officers and management ef the Corpora,
tlea during the pact year and, if found to be in er er-aer.
aer. er-aer. to approve auch acts.
J2ectJn cf Dtors for the following fiscal year of
tne Corporation.
I. Te consider and act upon auch other business a may
properly bo brought before the meeting.
Dated: July J7, 1M7.
WOODS W. STATOX.
' 1 Secretary. ai Treasurer.

ly to their own Zampolit superior

officers.
Their supreme command, which

has as much power in the Red
Army and Navyias the ;, regular

orders from the SSovjet ,Commu
nist Party's Central Committee

Armed Forces section, rms? sec

tion controls Zhukov. It could fire

him tomorow. True, a would have

a fight on its hands. But not be

cause of the Army, which is Com'

mums. Party dominated. Zhuitov

would be hard to bounce because

he is poplar as a Communist ac activist.
tivist. activist. That would be his strength.

If Zhukov. on the other hand.

did try to order his troops into a
political fight, these orders would
and could be countermanded by
the Zampolit officers in the De

fense Ministry. These are the po

litical commissars in the armed

forces. Remember that they've
been there, growing in power,

ever since Stalin died.

If Zhukov and the Red Army

were playing an independent role,

they would have dumped the zam zam-oolit
oolit zam-oolit Sfter the "Man of Steel" died.

Zhukov didn't touch the Zampolit
because he is a practising Com

munist.

Zhukov ioined with Khrushchev

because he hated Molotov, Malen-

kov and Co., for it was they who
had helped Stalin exile him to

the Odessa Military District. This

would be equivalent to putting our

own General Marshall in charge
of Fort Ticonderega and a Cana Canadian
dian Canadian border patrol after the war.

Khrushehev ana wen auepeif
because he took the bia awns

way from the MVO, helped kill
Its chief, Lavrenti Boris, and

eased up en political terror.. The

eret police is there, ef eourse.

now called the KGB, rwn by I I-van
van I-van Serov. But Tovariaeh' Serev
deeps discreetly out ef sight.
Without a tough secret police,
Khrushchev is not really the boss,
either. j
Actually the real power, the ex experts
perts experts say, rests in the tough Com Communist
munist Communist Party Central Committee
with its hundreds of members. It
just isn't being pushed around as
it was in Stalin's dsys. It can ev even
en even snsp back at the top 11-man
Presidum, which woos it constant constantly
ly constantly and is giving it more and more
power in the districts from Lenin Leningrad
grad Leningrad to Vladivostok. 1
In other words, the gigantic So Soviet
viet Soviet Communist Party and its com commissars
missars commissars with regional power are
taking themselves seriously. Tbey,
believe what they have been read reading
ing reading about a dictatorship ef the
proletariat and no on naa eon-!
trols them yet i
There will be a dictator 1
But net all the experts wlH put
their money on Khrwehchev.

bers of the phony Communist la

bor unions.
Jimmy Hoffa, a vice president
and prospective president of the
International Teamsters Union; is
an exantpte. Recently he : ; scapr
ed conviction for bribery and a

iew otner mgn crimes through the

action oi a jury composed of eight

xMegro ano lour wmte jurors. This

was reported in a previous, col

umn. ;

It is a gross understatement
te cell the decision a ntiscar
riage ef iustiee. The colored fu furors
rors furors betrayed their own people.'

Jimmy Hoffa posed as their

great and good friend at the trial
He brought Joe Louis to Washing

ton and paid his hotel bill and
embraced him before the jury.

it is no compliment to the in

telligence of the jurors that this

on or pnony publicity worked.
They found him not guilty in the
face of overwhelming evidence to
the contrary.
But Jimmy Hoffa, posing as a
labor leader and working with
racketeers, has been cheating poor
colored workers in New York,
largely Puerto Ricans and' others
who do not speak English. He
worked with Johnny Dktguardi, a
convicted exortioner, now in the

penitentiary where he belongs and teers. Take Paul Claude, a plumb

where he might have been joined

by his friend Jimmy

Hoffa as a big wheel in the In

ternational Teamsters union is

sued charters for "paper" union
Irutnl" n inbatank "ant II rv fair II.

nions using Perto Ricans, ofteni

without their knowledge or con

sent. .
Initiation fees and dues were
collected frm them through
their employers and the funds
were pocketed by the "labor or or-anlzors,"
anlzors," or-anlzors," who held the "paper"
charter.
What did the workers get. for

their dues: Did. they get better
pay; vacations, job protection and
the other, benefits, given by legi

timate! labor., unions.? -;TbejL;,-dtd
nov ; .. .-

They got something less man

nothing. Their "union presidents'

sicned contracts with their crook

ed employers that provided for

wages even below the legal mini minimum.
mum. minimum. The employers were pro

tected from legitimate unions and

fr&m strikes, for which-they paid
the racketeer organizers. Jimmy

Hoffa apparently was the big

wheel in the labor deal.

Miss Bertha Nunez, a Honduran,

told a Senate investigating Com

mittee that the local of the Allied

Industrial Workers had coerced

the emDOvei into paying $15 and

$20 initiation fees and 14 month-

ly dues, it way pay or get fired.

Even i j at times employes were

fired for no apparent reason

Then in a few days or weeks

they were re-employed and all the
union organisers did for them
was to collect another initiation

fee,

Not all. of the empoyers were

crooked, but they had no choice

but to go along with the racke

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. US irXNTBAL AVE TEL. 3-3311
Acreea CHASX BAK

mg supply manfactrer. He paid
extortion money to save -his wife

ana children. The union promised
to write a substandard contract

for a payoff of $2000 and warned

that something might happen to

Claude's wife and children unless
the payment was made.

"every week' Claude told the
committee, ."MaxS Chester, (a
henchman of mobster Johnny
Oioguardi) would ask: 'How is
your family? (; How Is your
wife, Hewi are your children?'

Then he would say; 'Give me
the money.

Now don't forget that there are

many good .labor unions and I'm

for them, but the criminal acta of

some of the, so-called 'Headers", JAJMLHS
are a shame and a7 disgrace to or- sh.fw
ganjzed labor. .'XS'".

HOW'S YOUR LUCK

IN THI LOTTERY

Now that he has returned from
the gay spots across the Atlantic
I do not .Want to encroach on the

peerless portents jof Percy the. Pot Potman.
man. Potman. But, since his sure ..things

nave never come any closer to

the capital prize than Central Av Avenue
enue Avenue is to the South Pole I'll ven

ture into bis field.

My lottery locuh it as bad as
Percy's portents, hut I'm alwava

hoping to the extent of. a dollar
and sometimes two or three.

Hunches and systems deoend aft

er all largely on luck. Now if you
have an "intellectual" as well as
a financial interest in the lottery,

nere are some notes from the

magazine Loteria. published hv

mo national j-onery.
The numbers 0000 and 2222 have

never been drawn from the sonar.

icai cage, vmy wis week I saw
automobile license tat 2222." in

oon't be surprised if it plays soon.
However, 1U won the third prize,
May 24, 1952, and 3333 .did it in

1825. in 1943 NO. 4444 WOn the

first prize. and in 1951 No. 5555

won the third and 6668 did it ia

-First prizes were won bv'tttt

in ires, oy 8888 in 1925 and by

9999 in 1939."

WASHINGTON i The Presiden

Hid his hlnr.tpst talkina on civil

rights at his last meeting :, with

But he didn't reveal another

thing on his mind --his wife's o-

peratlon that morning untu ine

meeting was breaking up. ri --

' Ike made it piam, ana tiw
leaders agreod, that it would be
better to defer action on civil
rights Until the next session ef

Congress in January, rather man
nas wmk canriDromite bill

now that would leave the Preii Preii-dent
dent Preii-dent no alternative but a veto.

The Senate bill, with this jury

trial, amendment is a monstrosi

ty." the President declared.-

"Nirt even the Justice Depart

ment is able to mperpret what it

means. But l am sure oi one uung

the Senate hill does not guaran guarantee,
tee, guarantee, what I want, that is, the right

of all ol our citizens to vote.
; 'The Senate bill not only fails

to" guarantee that right, but this

mry trial amendment is so oroaa-

v worded that it m lent lmDair tne

wnoie siruciure or juuiciai piutc
dure in criminal contempt cases.

i'Thore, willf have 'to be some

substantial changes to satisfy me

I will never accept the Senate bill."

SERIES OP FILIBUSTERS
Senate GOP leader Bill Know-

land held: out a slim hope that the
legislation might be revised to the
President's satisfaction in a joint
conference-report might encounter

a southern filibuster m the benate.

House leader Joe Martin pointed

Out a filibuster of sorts mignt oc
cur m the joini conference.

, "It could be tied up for a long
time in joint conference," explain explained
ed explained Martin. "Under House rules, if

the jo-nt conferees do not reach
an agreement within 20 days they
must be discharged and other con

ferees appointed. That would mean

another 20 days. This could go on
indefinitely. ; ;

Sevetal times during the White

House meeting, a secretary walk walked
ed walked in and placed a note on the

r resident's oesK. After the tmro

note, Ike seemed to brighten.
' "I hone you will pardon these

interruptions," he explained, "but
there is something I must tell

you. Mrs. Eisenhower is going to
be all right

" WASHINGTON WHIRL
Washington. society is buzzing

about Sen. Theodore Green's "sec

ret" romance Tho 89-year old
Rhode Island Democrat, granddad granddad-dy
dy granddad-dy of the Senate, has been squir

ing elderly, charming Miss Janet
Fish to neighborhood movies and
eateries... He picks her up on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, evenings', walks her to the

streetcar stop. Then they ride the
trolley in their destination. (Green
is a millionaire.) ... This column
can reveal ; however, that Miss

Fish la not the Senator's girl

ms -cousin... ,;...-iC--::
absent minded Sen. j

Ralph Flanders has a notorious

reputation for forgetting names. He
couldn't even-get tne name of his

assistant straight .until the latter

mounted a sign on ms desk: "My
name is -Hayward Carleton." ...
Once Flanders Started dictating a

letter to his son-in-law, fumbled

around for the name, then sheep sheepishly
ishly sheepishly confessed to his Secretary he
had forgotten it... Flanders has a

sense of humor about his bad mem memory.
ory. memory. The other day he walked into

his outer office to find his daugh daughter
ter daughter stttidg there. With eyes twink-1

ling, he greeted her: "Hello, Naa- bottle rack.

i

cy, Elizabeth, or whatever r your
name is."
RAILROAD LOBBY ROARS
Congressman" Oren Harris, the
Arkarsns Democrat; waited until
a majority of Congressmen hsd
left the Interstate Commerce Com
mittee of which he is Chairman
the other dty after he had indi indicated
cated indicated that nothing "controversial"
was 'coming up; -'Mr.iyrAt':'
After they had gone, he railroads
a special railroad bill through
his committee. It would permit
the railroads to get together to
reduce ratc to the government in
order to underbid the small air airlines.
lines. airlines. .--
His bill was designed to reverse
a previous court ruling by U. S.
District Judge Joseph McGarraghy
that while the railroads could red

uce, rates tt, the government,, the;

could not conspire together to re

.v Te railroadsr had puti their
heads, together to fix a joint rate

which would underbid the t small
airlines in carrying Gl'a fa djfer djfer-ent
ent djfer-ent pans of the USA.)
The Harris bill not only legaliz

ed such conspiracy, but made it -retroactive,
thereby legalizing what

had been done in the past.

This would sidetrack a $45,000
000 triple damage suit the small
airlines had. won against the
railroads, '.. i ..
After Congressman John DlneeU

(D-Micb.) found out what happen,
ed, he lei. a fight to bring the Har

ris bill back to the committee for
reconsideration.

By this time, however, the rail

road lobby was roaring through
Ctn ifraoii lib-a a 4? ana 1 T4- im

vvukaco aaakix ft inot cauiboo, Xt 19

now buttonholing Senators to get
them to reverse an earlier tand

against the railroads. ;

NOTE Congressman Harris has

nrnhnhlv ohamninnoH mam tn.pi al

interest legislation than any other

man on Capitol Hill. He is known

in Congress as a friend? of the

uig uu vuiiipciuc Kua television
networks, Pan American Airways,
and tho railroads.

WHO'S BOSS?
President Eisenhower has twice

asked Congress to pass laws forc forcing
ing forcing companies to give the govern-

ment 60 days advance notice be

fore they merge. This is to curb
the alarming, number of mergers
which, in the oast, have been a

forerunner of depression.'

fiowever, the Chief Counsel of
the Commerce Department. Fred

Nash, wrote a confidential letter
to the House Rules Committee, urg urging
ing urging that the bill be blocked.

In other words, the Commerce
Department has overruled the
President of the United States.
nuniD tui kuk-

Senators are chuckling over n.
expensivt-, lick paper brOchurfj
sent to their offices by, the Unite
Mine Workers,;-" The f impresaive
booklet nuotea John L. Lewis to
prove" why no" new" legislation is

neeoea to regulate .union welfare
funds. The brochure's chief attrac attraction:
tion: attraction: 45 costly rotogravure illus illustrations,
trations, illustrations, each and every one pic picturing
turing picturing John L. Lewis as he testi testified
fied testified before a Congressional com committee...
mittee... committee... Congressman Charlie
Boyle of Chicago won assignment
the House Appropriations Subcom Subcommittee
mittee Subcommittee on Agriculture when he told
his colleagues that his eight chil children
dren children consume 16 quarts of milk
every day, su many that the milk

man can't carry them all in his

Inventor Lands
'Gyrocbpeler1;

Joins Busy Traffic

RALEIGH (TJPVA 40-year-old

mventer. flew his "gyrocopter in into
to into the city, landed, and became
part te hustling traffic today
in a demonstration aimed: at
showing the small helicopter's
a'efulness te the commuting

suDurnanue.
Ghe demonstration of future de develop
velop develop menu in personal air trans transportation
portation transportation was staged by Igor Ben Benson,
son, Benson, founder of Benson Aircraft
Corp.
Benson took off at the Raleigh Raleigh-Durham
Durham Raleigh-Durham airport, site of the Ben Ben-so
so Ben-so plant, and landed on a vacant
parking lot 15 miles away. He
then drove te Raleigh via U. S. 1
along with conventional traffic
and shopped ia busy Cameron
Village, a huge ahopping center.
Benson, former research direc director
tor director for General Electric whe found founded
ed founded hiw own corporation in 1953,

aeea a nngnt future tor his small
copter.
The gyrocopter is' Powered by a

40 horsepower four cylinder, air air-cooled
cooled air-cooled engine, n is held aloft by
a horizontal rotor which spins

freely and allows the craft te sink
slowly te the ground ia the event
of a power failure, i

when the copter moves oo the
ground ha rotor remains motion motionless
less motionless ia a position parallel to the
direction ef travel.

A" small propeller behind the

driver's test provides enough for

ward thrust for speeds up te 30

miles an boor, in the air, the
craft cruises at 50 mph with a

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Ex-Teenage

Gong Member
member of I of the law once, a councilj teen-age audienc

NEW YORK, Aug. 16 (UP)
Billy Graham shared his pulpit
Wednesday night with a former
teen canor member who said he

ha lolned a new t gansr and

"Christ is the guy who runs this

OUtI. vs.
f Stanley Rachmaclej, 16 of
Manhattan, told a Madison
i Square Garden audience of 17, 17,-,
, 17,-, 000 .that in New York he has
-;"seen guys In the gang get to--
f ether to make their own
- weapons and prepare for bat battles
tles battles with other gangs. ,'
"T V neen bkoken heads. stab-

bines, black eyes, and broken

bones guys got in gang fights.
But you guys,v you teen-agers
who think you're tough, you
don't really know how tough It
can get 'til you start witnessing

lor cnnsv-" ttacnmaciej saw.
The youngster with the crew

cut said he is now a-member of
the' Centurion Christian Cadet

Corps, sponsored by the Protes Protestant
tant Protestant Council of New York.
. He and 32 other '1 boys from
Camp -Centurion, a Protestant
Council camp at .Wharton,. N.J.,
were special guests at Graham's
third "accent on youth' -revival
meeting. Most of the boys at

sjpokesman said. '
Graham, who has underta

ken the series of meetings

slanted at young people be because
cause because of the recent outbreak
of teen violence in New York,
agreed with Rachmaclej that
the Christian's 4s a tough row
to hoe,

' Once you take your stand for

teen-age audience, "tne cans

iwiu can you a sissy, a noiy joe.

a coward, a reiiKious fanatic.

You must look them In the face

and say 'Yes it s, true, j ami a

Christian - ;
, He" advised his listeners to

follow the example of sadrach.

Meshach and Abednego, "the'

three, young people who went to

1

Camp Centurion have run afoul God'-he told his predominantly Babylon on King Nebuchadnez

1 i

zar's orders but refused to bow

down to his golden Image,"

"Satan Is the God of this

modern, world, a Graham Tsaid.
"He Is saying-to New York, ahd

American youth,: 'Bow down and
worship-me ,and my golden' im images.'
ages.' images.' ;r ,.,
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'There are many golden ;lmi

ages ( the devil Is trying to get

you young people to bow down

"Pride, the big shot eomplez,
the bowing down to self, is one
of them. 4 t
K' r,i i', t v
- "The devil wants to sret vou to

feeding- on" lust, daydreaming
and imaKinlnsr sex situations. Ke

does ; this sometimes- by putting

futpy literature in your nanus
! 'I ., If,. ) ,

and after awhile -you've -gotten

naoits you can't oreak,
"The devil wants you to wor

ship the image of mischief.

ngnwng on tne streets, forming
gangs,: performing acts of van vandalism,
dalism, vandalism, all so you won't be called
'chicken.' I
Special euests at the onenlr.tr

or oranam s" Mtn week in the
Garden were Brooklvn Dodeers

pitcher Carl Erskine, fdrmer1

heavyweight .fighter Lou Nora,
and Anglican Bishopr Adelakun
Howells of Lagos,' Nigeria. :
An estimated" 8fr per ent ei
the' 636 "decisions for Christ-

recorded at the end of the serv
ice were those of young people.,
Of the 1,529,800 persons whs
have attended the 81 meeting

so far, 46,509 have recorded "de

cisions.

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partner raised his opening spade

Did ne snoum nave simpiy ma
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four fit in hearts might be die
rnvrd.

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fiouth't science. He decided that
East would hold three hearts
and not more than two spades.

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dummy and saw exactly, what
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of hearts and give his partner a

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more shot In his locker. He led
a low diamond to his ace, ; re-

1 turned a diamond to dummy's

king and led the queen of dia diamonds
monds diamonds "- ;
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. He didn't see what good his three
little trumps were and he did see
that South was trying to get a
quick discard. East, ruffed with

the eight spot! -
. South over-ruffed tfwlth' the
jack and played the ace and an another
other another trump. He knew where the
king wonld be from West's open opening
ing opening lead.
West was in and ready to lead
his third spade but East had
wasted that vital third trump.
I can't blame East severely and
would rather give South credit
fnr flnriinir an lncenlous "wav to

counter against West's brilliant

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Negroes Flogged By
Hooded Klan Crowd
Flee Alabama Town

, MAPLESVILLE.- Ala., Aug. 16

fUP) 11 Two Negro men who

were floreed bv a crowd of hood

ed Ku iUuz EUansmen have fled

with their families from this

Central Alabama town, authori
tlef disclosed today..

The Negroes, Ernest Goree and
Will Brown, were among six who
were beaten during- a terroristic

demonstration by a zz-car tar tar-van
van tar-van of Klan nlghtrlders last

eTrtday ; ;vv;" 'v

five of the Negroes were beat beat-n
n beat-n In Goree's home by groups of

the hooded men wno usea oiacr

lack and lengths of rubber
hose, it was reported. Estimates

of the number of Klansmen

raheed from 75 to 200.

Police Chief Harels Davidson

said no one has faed a- com

plaint about the beatings and
none of the Xlansmen allegedly

. Involved has been identified.

. f The Negroes said the terrorists

- accused Brown or neipmg to or

:. eanlze local chapter of the

, National Association for the Ad

' vancement of Colored Peop'ie,
No reason was known for beat-

- tag the othefa
Davidson said he went on du

ty rriday night after receiving

an anonymous telephone call
from out of town saying the
Klan would hold a demoustra demoustra--
- demoustra-- tion in Maplesville. Davidson
- t said the alansmen he saw were
as "orderly as church-going
. I people." ; ;
S But during this diverslcnr In
f 1 another part of town, the Nr-
-jSrcss said, a party of Klansinen
! r.'.ved at the Gcree home h-re
the victims had gathered to
, watch telev4sion together, aad
- i, hegan attacking 'the Negroes. ..

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Prelate Protests
Arrival Of Iron
Curlain Lutherans

MINNEAPOLIS. Minn. (UP)
Thp annearance of several Luthe
ran rhurchmen from Iron Curtair
countries at 'the third assembly
the Lutheran World Federation has
bepn protesd by a church leader
Dr. tan MCinure, wmineswrou
N: J.. orldent of the Inrmation
al Council Christian; Churches,
said the deleeatea "do not repre
sent spirit-ially the desr Christian
people mmering oemnu inc.
Curtain. ym.mxm m-
Nearly 50 million of the world'i
70 million Lutherans f are repre
sented at the federation's meeting
which opens tonight with a service
at which BishOD Laws uraass.
primate of the Hungarian Luthe
ran Churcn. Win present n
iitnforripa end Amv 25.-
Mclntire said churches in satel satellite
lite satellite countries are W controlled by
the Russians who send as delegate
"only men they could trust."
Luthra leaders from Poland,
East Germany.; and Yugoslavia
also art attending the internation
al conference, ef A
. ; rhnwh affiliated with the i in'
temational Council of Churches in
clude i the Assemblies or boa,
Pentacostal Holiness Church, Free
Methodist Church of North Ameri America,
ca, America, and the'Open Bible Standard
Churches. ,
Bishop Ordas' spent nearly two
years in prison on u-umpeu-uy
charges irom wnicn was taiar u
solved. He was forced into retire retirement
ment retirement for, six years after his re:
lease and re instated as primate
of the church nearly a year ago.
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Mild Case Of Flu
LIMA, Peru (UP) Gladys Zen-
der, this year's Miss Universe,
has been stricken by the Asiatic
flu. ;
The Peruvian beauty's doctor
said he has ordered absolute rest
for two days at least."
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Many Functions
IDITOR'S NOTI: Lyle C. Wil Wil-sen
sen Wil-sen is .en vacation. During his
absents, special Washington dis dispatches
patches dispatches are being written by
other members of the, UP Wash Washington
ington Washington staff. Today's is by the
, head ef the UP Senate staff.
i WASHINGTON (UP)-President
Eisenhower lias a committee con
sulting with governors about ways
for the federal government to
turn hack seme of its functions
and fax levies to the states.
And Sen,- Barry Goldwater (R-
Ariz.) is proposing that congress
consult governors before It
launcnes any new programs of
federal aid to the states or ex expands
pands expands old ones, j w
These two efforts .point up an
old issue about which there has
been much talk but little action.
Eisenhower's committee and a
committee-representing the .gover .governors
nors .governors stuck a toe in the water at
a meeting last weeicend at Her Her-shey,Pa,i
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of a proposal made by the Pfgsi-
dent when ne addressed the annual
governors' conference at Williams
burg, Va., two months ago. In ef effect
fect effect lie asked the governors to put
up or shut up if they believe the
federal government should have
fewer functions and the states
more.
Goldwater cited tht joint move
to realign government functions
in a Senate speech Tuesday night.
He also introduced a resolution to
require Senate committees to poll
the governors whenever they con consider
sider consider bills that would put another
tap on the federal treasury ior aid
to states.1
He felt it would be a tough job
to x halt the trend toward more
federal aid which he said had
doubled in the past four years. He
said pressure from special inter interest
est interest -oups and federal bureaus
would make it tough.
Some of the governors have
thought of other problems, parti
cularly on the sensitive issue of
raising state taxes to pay lor
soma of the functions they would
take over. Economic competition
between states in an effort to at attract
tract attract and retain Industry is a fac factor
tor factor in framing their tsx laws.
Suggested Tax Proposals
At the Hershey meeting a tenta tentative
tive tentative agreement was reached on
taxes which would not have much
effect on the location of industry.
It was proposed that states take
over such taxes as are now levied
by the federal government on lo local
cal local telephone service and enter
tainment, ana that states take aj
bigger share of gift and inherit-,
ance taxes.
The two committees also agreed
the states ought to take over part
or all of the work now done by
the federal government In hand handling
ling handling the school lunch program, vo vocational
cational vocational education, disaster relief
and payment to the needy aged.
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Nun Jbnds Firmly
Against San Marino
Trend To Marxism

SAN MARINO. (UP) Sister
veronica Serrl. an 80-year-old nun
Stood firmly today agasint plans
to turn this smallest' Communist
nation in the world : into a ; full-
fledged Marxist state.
The aged but tough abbess of
the 300-year-old Santa Chiara con
vent school is fighting the Com
munist-controlled Grand and. Gen
eral Council of the Republic of
San Marino which announced it
would turn the republic into
Marxist state.-
Its aims Tncluded "democratiza
tion" of the government, national
ization of private property through-
a state lease system, eventual
state ownership of industry and
"closer diplomatic relations with
the peoples democracies."
But then it attacked religious
education. Secretary of State, for
Internal Affairs : Oomenio Mor
ganti ordered the nuns to close
their school and send their pupils
to the state run schools which
teach the principles of Marxism
she told Morcantl from the hill
top abbey where she has taught
since 1898 that she will carry the
fight to the council itself and, li
necessary, to the 15,000 inhabl
tants of the 30-square-mile re
publie.
Her school has been in oDera-
tica since' 1609 and it boasts that
Sister Veronica s eirls consistent
ly outshine the girls, of the state
school in tate exams to enter
higher schools. Many of the wives
of the ton party bosses were
taught by-Sister Veronica.
Redhaired Divorcee
Booked Vilh Son :
For Molel Slaying
SANTA MONICA, Calif.. Aug. 16
(UF) A redhaired North Carolina
divorcee who said she Was an at attorney
torney attorney was booked with her 22-
year-old son today on suspicion of
muraer in the snotgun staying oi
meat company executive Guy Rob
erts, 45.
Roberts was 'discovered dead
early yesterday in a Santa Moni
ca motel by Mrs. Nina James
Angus; 37, who said she shares
the quarters with the victim but
had gone to meet an tx-boy friend,
William Miles, 49. She said siie
was from Dunn, N.C.
Mrs. Angus and her son by a
former marriage, Charles L. Guy,
were both held on suspicion of
murder charges while ,Miles was
brought in for qijestiouipg. Guy
and Miles resided together at a
beach home where they said Mrs
Angus formerly had stayed.
"Guy 'calls- Bill his stepfather
Decause Mr. Miles and I lived to
gether before I moved in with Mr.
Roberts," Mrs.: Angus told Santa
Monica police. v
She said she had gone to meet
Miles at a cocktail bar where he
played piano and returned early
today to the motel. There she said
she found Roberts' body in the
blood-snlattered room. his ; head
Sartly blown off by the shotgun
last. '' ir :
Police reported a 16-gauge shot
gun shell was found in Roberts'
ear, which Mrs. Angus' son was
driving. The divorcee explained
The federal budget for the cur
rent year estimates federal -spending
for aid to state and local gov governments
ernments governments at more than $3,800,000.-
000, a little more than 5 per cent
of the budget. This does not in include
clude include $1,600,000,000 in federal aid
for highway construction which is
now disbursed from a trust fund
outside the regular budget.
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MAJ. JOHN L. SMITH (center), Army1 Atlantic, area provost
marshal, congratulates Sp3 Sklppy A.Foney (left), .S49th
Military -Police Company, Fort Qullck, who has just Jogged" ;
the company's, 500,000th accident-free mile. 1 Capt. Albert W.,
ateta (right), commanding officer, 549th M.P. -Co., was also
un hand to congratulated the specialist. (U.S. Army Photo).

Atlantic-side MPs
Build Accident-free
Driving Record
When So3 SklDDvTA. Forney
of the 549th Military Police Com Com-Danv
Danv Com-Danv here, stenoed from his pa
trol truck last Sunday, he, was
greeted with happy smiles and
hand shakes W rhe naa just re recorded
corded recorded the company's 200,C00th
acident-free mile. ; j
Caot. Albert W. Stetz. com
manding officer of the 549th M,
P. ComDanv. and MfcJ. John L.
Smith, provost' marshal,? Army
Atlantic area, were both on hand
to greet the specialist when he
returned from the natrol.
The record was started Feb. 1
of this year- after an accident
Jan. 31 had forced the company
to -start over r after i compiling
103,000 accident free miles.
Julv 15 the record climb -was
nearlv stonned at 179.000 miles
when a vehicle was backed off
a concrete runway at France
Field durine a ifoutlne o, patrol.
But since the damage was under
$25 the nost safety officer ruiea
that the. accident iwas not
chargeable against the compa
ny's fine record.
A special letter or apprecia
;te for the safetv record was
nresented to Stetz by Lt. Col. Ar
thur O. May, deputy post com commander.'
mander.' commander.' Fort Gullck. on behalf
of Col. Gines perez, post com commander,
mander, commander,
that Roberts kept two shotguns In
the motel room and that ner son
had, offered to clean them for him
last week.
Mrs. Angus-said that-she moved
in with Roberts Aug. 3 and they
had planned to be married soon.
She said she ana Miles naa neen
friends for 20 years but had a dis disagreement
agreement disagreement a few months ago anu
she left his home.
Roberts was assistant manager
of the advertising : department of
Morrell and Co. He was transfer transferred
red transferred to the West Coast, last Febru February:
ary: February: after having been with' the
firm Tor 25 years, r
Ponce reported the motel room
had been ransacked and apparent apparently
ly apparently an attempt made to wash away
some of the bloodstains. HODerts
wallet was missing. He was re reported
ported reported to have-cashed a check for
$140 a day or two ago, police
learned.
FLU CLOSES SCHOOLS
BUENOSyAIRES (UP) All
schools in Buenos Aires and its
suburbs were closed today until
next Monday beeause of an epi epidemic
demic epidemic of Asiatic, flu.. Authorities
said at least half a million per
sons were affected by the disease.
Cleo MOORE, Hugo HAAS
Release Tomorrow and

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Handsomet mascnlar Vine Edwards, tbe sinister killer
f "The Nht Holds Terror" and "The Killing," reacbes
stellar statu In "HIT AND RUN," tbe United Artists re
lease Umorrew and Sandar at the "DRIVE-IN." .
Araia eat as a deadly warder, Edwards aes t sH-and-ren
accident as a erafUl? centrived plan t commit
tbe perfect warder In "HIT AND RUN" with Clee Meor
and Huge- Uasa. Olf sttetn, Edwards is a tenner swimming
champion ht cnl loon t nse the pool t keep his six-fe4-tw
frame In tnv&cnUr centfeL AdvL

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NEW YORK Formr teen-age
gang member Stanley Rachmaci Rachmaci-ej,
ej, Rachmaci-ej, explaining the difference be between
tween between his old outfit and the Cen Centurion
turion Centurion Christian Cadets to which
he presently belongs :
"Christ is the
this outfit, h..
guy who runs
MUSCAT The Sultan of Muscat
and Oman, viewing with satisfao
tion the imminent victory of Brit'
ish troops over insurgent, forces:
"The rebels have run io the
mountains and the government is
pursuing them. The uprising start started
ed started by Talib (Bin Ah) has come
to an end."

NEW. YORK-R. Andrew Smith;
president of a comb and bobby A
pin -manufacturing company o
the qualities of one of his newest
employes, Alger Hiss: - : i
"He lias a mind like a sponge:
a memory like an elephae;t.;
NEW YORK Truck driver An Anthony
thony Anthony barbers, who didn't eve -know
he was an official of a bo bogus
gus bogus union local, telling the Senate
Labor A.ickets Committee how he
happened to vote for, James R.
Hoffa's candidate in ace r u c i a 1
Teamsters election:' j V
'I was drunk at the time." T V
. WASHINGTON Sen. Alexant
der Wiley (R-WiS.) eulogising th
late Sen. Joseph R, McCarthy:
"He was a hattling Marin and
a battling senator who gave all he'
had n battle." ... A
GRAND PRAIRIE, Tex. MaV
rine Capt. William L. Richards,
on the heads-up course taken by'
Lt. R. K Stuart of Joshua, Tex.V
who stuck with his flaming jet un until
til until it had cleared, a downtown
area, before ejecting himself:
"If he hadn't had th nrsnra

of mind to head the plana away
irom me industrial area, the thing
could have turned into a' major
disaster.'V : A-
, It's donoerous for men. to
chose women, because so many jf (
of them won't run. '' .,
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Time To Clean, Up Or Else-Meany
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squad inspectors Tuesday did soma
liquidating of their own on the
S and N Liquidators. Inspectors
stid the firm was a front for
bookmaking operation.

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CHICAGO, Aug. 16 (UP) AFL-

CIO President George Meany

charged today that the Teamsters

Union has tailed to clean its dirty

linen since the -Dave Beck scan-

dais.- ;, ..

The dirt linen is

now than it was then,"

'no cleaner

Meany, told

BACK AC AIN The lady and gentleman, lassoed by the hydrant-happy
terrier, should look familiar. They're Myrna Loy
and William Powell at the time the couple were making "Thin,
Matt" pictures. Hollywood's putting the "Thin Man" into
television series. Peter Lawford and Phyllis Kirk, who will'
i play the key roles in the new series, pose, inset, with new j
i "Asta," without whom no "Thin Man'' series could be.

Former Union Official Testifies

On Deal To Intimidate Employers

WASHINGTON. Aug. 16 (UP)-A

former union official, ignoring

testified today that a' lulion official

and a representative of a trade

association once made a deal to

use "hoodt." to intimidate employ

ers iii the Mew York unholsterv

induStry.

The story was given to the Sen

ate Rackets Committee by Mar

shall M. Miller, now a labor-man

agement consultant in New York
who served as an official of some
unions for many, years.

Miller was faced with a series of

affidavits in which he was accused

of Accepting and soliciting bribes

from enpioyers Jtnd of once

threatening in 1946 to bring "trig "trigger
ger "trigger men" and "muscle men" into
a labor jurisdiction fight in West Western
ern Western Michigan.

Miller denied the charges. He

said one of his accusers, Stephen

Dunn who served in the Eisen

hower Administration briefly, was
"o Aliff.ilifia lift."

But he said' that "as long as

I'm being put on the spot'7 he

would tell the committee the en

tire story of the alleged deal to in-

timiaata upholsterers, "even if it

may mean my. life."

"You know I was threatened and

subject to threats before," he said.
At one time, he said, he found a
bomb wired to his automobile
Miller named as the leading fig figures
ures figures in the alleged deal Sal B.

Hoffman, president of the A F L-

C I O Upholsterers' International
Union, and Arthur J. Ortner, who
was executive secretary of the
National Bedding and Upholstering
Manufacturing Board of Trade.
Miller's ire was, aroused by an
affidavit in which Ortner charged
that Miller, a one-time executive
of the upholsterers union, of solicit soliciting
ing soliciting a $600 bribe from the Scharco
Manufacturing Co.. New York.

Ortner said that at the time, : he

was negotiating with Miller lor a

union contract for the firm.

Promising to "tell all." Miller

said that Ortner in 1949 introduced

him to "three men known to have

served time." He said Ortne told
him:

Cleared With Bete
"'These men are going to work
for you. I've cleared it with your
boss, Hoffman."
"The New York local paid thse

hoods as a result," Miller said.1 He

said he later fired two of the men
and was told by the third that he,
Miller, had. broken up a "good
plan. i i
Miller charged that Hoffman

also drew $200 a week from the
, union's welfare fund at a time

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Plan Now to enjoy our big COSTUME. BALL:
on Sat., Aug.' 31 in honor of visiting students!
2 orchestras, special acts, prizes!
Entrance $1.49, (2 for $2.96) ;

when he was receiving a salary as
union president. He said Hoffman
later cooked up a "friendly" court
suit to establish the legality of the
arrangement-. ;
He said Hoffman feared he
would disclose details on the oper operation.
ation. operation. ;
"That is one Of the reasons whv

he threatened me," Miller said.
The committte's decision to hear
Miller forced the group t6 inter interrupt
rupt interrupt its hearings on the charges

that Teamsters Vice President
James R. Hoffa conspired to set
up bogus locals in struggle for
power in the New York arta.
Question Officials
Before Miller testified, however,,
the committee questioned a string
of officials of these locals. Some
were talkative; some were silent.
The committee charged that all
voted for Hoffa's candidate; John
O'Rourke, in a crucial Team iters
election. A. K,
oThre tight-lipped henchmen of

nooaium jonnny uio Joseph cur
clo, George (Baker, and Harry
Davidoff declined to answer any
questions, pleading the Fifth
Amendment's protection against

possioie sen-incrimwation.
One witness, truck-driver An Anthony
thony Anthony Barhera, who 'didn't even
know he was an official of a bogus
local, had a simple explanation
why. he voted for O'Rourke: "I
was drunk at the time."
"I was in a bar drinking and
heard somebody say something
about an election," he said. "I
went some place. I don't know if I
voted. I knew it pertained to a
union. I didn t know it was Team Teamsters."
sters." Teamsters." He said Baker, an old Navy
friend, asked his permission to use
his name for something he didn't

know what. But he said he "knew!

Baker as a reputable union offic official
ial official for years."
U.S. Ground Troops
Leave Japan Affer
12-Year Occupation
TOKYO (UP) Japan on this
12th anniversary of her surren surrender
der surrender in World War II, is seeing the
last American combat troops
finally leaving her islands.
To some Japanese, the with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal is a welcome erasing of
signs of Japan's defeat. But the
withdrawal means a loss of jobs
to other Japanese, 'dra drop in
lucrative businesses based on the
U.S. serviceman patronage.
The biggest problem faced by
the Japanese people on this an anniversary
niversary anniversary however, is the question
of the buildup of her own defense
forces. All U.S. combat ground
forces, are scheduled to be with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn from Japan by the end of
this year.
The Marines began their final

withdrawal this week, while the
1st Cavalry Division's standard
will move to Korea soon. I
The United States will maintain
a sizeable Air Force and Naval :
units in Japan for an indefinite
period. I
i
' The ground troops' withdrawal
does not necessarily mean that j
Japan will suddenly step up the,
tempo of her defense buildup. But
it does face the Japanese nation'
with the reality that the American
GI's are leaving and that Japan!
will definitely have to do something-more
about building up her;
defense power. j
Twelve years ago today Japan's j
once ponderous and mighty .mill-:
tary machine stood in abject
defeat v'; .
Starting from 'scratch seven;
years sgo with a quasi-military
"national police reserve,". Japan
today, en this 12th anniversary of
her surrender, has a 182. 000-man
"self defense force." including a
lS2,000-man army and a small air.
force an I naval arm. i
A 200,000-man force Is envisaged
by the end of the current fiscal

"vw ..tiiau lb WHO LUC", WBUK tuiu
a news conference following: the
windup V Session t. of the .AFL-CIO
Executive C o u n c i 1 s summer
meeting. J

i Meany also announced that the

council has tentatively admitted
the 210,000-member Brotherhood
of Railway Trainmen to AFL-CIO

membership.

Final admission nf the rrt was

left in Meany's hinds. It

mnged 'upon the- brotherhood'!

rule against Negro members, con

wiy io ajtxtuiu standards, anq
settlement of 'jurisdictional dis
putes, Meany said.
Jolctt 'Of Ttamsttrt
Meany spoke ; jokingly of th
Teamsters' repeated delays in an
swering charges that Dave' Beck,
boss of the union, borrowed S400..

ooo of the union's funds without

interest and that the truckers:
leadership had become corrupt.

uespiie nis grin. Meany ai.

peared angry that the Teamsters

had held back from kicking Beck

out of office before their conven

tion nsxt month as he had urged,

In a reference to Senate
Rackets Committee investigations.

Meany said that if laws on the

books were enforced, union lead

ers ''would not be on the witness

stand, but in the jail house."

When asked about a statement

by Teamsters' Secretary-Treasur

er John English that the union

would "clean Us own dirty linen,"
Meany snorted that the job has
not been done yet.

""' Jt Indicates A Reckoning
English" made the statement last
May, when he succeeded Beck as

a member of the Executive Coun

cil. Although no action was taken
against (be Teamsters at the coun council's
cil's council's foilr day meeting here,
Meany indicated there would be a
day of reckoning next month.
The AFL-CIO's Ethical Practices
Committee will meet in Washing Washington
ton Washington early in September to rule on

the Teamsters' case, whether or

not Teamsters officials are there

to defend themselves. The Execu

tive Council will follow up with
a meeting in New York on Sept.

24-25 to- receive the committee's
final report, Meany said.

Meany protested "I have no

opinion on that" when asked
whether James JI. Hoffa will be

acceptable to the AFL-CIO as

Beck's i successor as Teamster

presidents, '-

However, informed Imion sources

said Hoffa, the pint-sized, tougn tougn-talking
talking tougn-talking teamster vice president
from Detroit, would not measure
up to the AFL-CIO standards, even
though he has a clear track to

the presidency.

Election of Hoffa and continued

failure to "clean up the dirty

linen" could mean ejection of the
Teamsters from the organized la

bor movemlent, even though the

truckers form the largest union
in the nation, the sources said.

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in honor of ths
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RETIREMENT PARTY AT AMADOR OFFICERS' CLUB'

HONORS MR. AND MRS. L BUL
Amador Officers' Club was beautifully decorated last
nlgkt for the retirement party given Mr. and Mrs. Lee Biel
by their friends. The Biels wil lleave Sept. 4 to make their
home in Pennsylvania.
Since Mr. Blel'a hobby is shell collecting, place cards
with a shell theme were used. Mrs. Biel was presented
with a cashmere sweater from Scotland, and Mr. Bell was
riven a safety helmet with a notation of bis 31 years of
fervice inscribed together with his retirement date.

f
: i

I Mr. and Mr. Roy D. Reece,
tMr. and Mrs. H. F. Paddock, Mr.
'and Mrs. E. A. CuX. Mr. and

Mrs. W. E. Benny, Mr and Mrs.

- Walter Wanner and Mr. and Mrs,

lit. H. Graham headed the list of

S8 people who attended.
Among the guests were the
2 Bail's son, Mr. Robert Beil, Mrs.
t Bail's sister Mrs. L, H. Gunn and
J Mrs. Minnie Housel.
Other friends who attended were
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Howard Sr.

'of St. Petersburg, Fla.; Mr. and
Mrs. H. V. Howard, Jr.; Mrs. and
"Mrs. Hilton Hughes, Mrs. William
. Kirkland Mr. and Mrs. R. W.

Schmidt. Mr. T. J. Brennen Mr.

' and Mrs. Arnold A. Jackson Mr. R,

R. McCoy, Mr. Rober Ausnehmer;

Mr. and Mrs. carroi noDinson,
,.Mr. James E. Huddleston Mr. and

Mrs. M. F. Mdlardj Mr. and Mrs,

Fred L. Stewart, Mr. S. B. Maul Maul-din,
din, Maul-din, Mrs. Howard Munro, Mr. and'
Mrs. D. J. Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs.

lynn btrauora, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Judson, Mrs. Carl Nix,
j Mrs. D. E. MacLean, Mr., and

Mrs. Oscac Hall and Mr. and

Mrs. Victor Young.

Brassal-Scott
Engagement I

Announced

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Bras
sel of Margarita announce the en

gagement and iorthcomwg mar

riage of their daughter, Maryann

to Mr.' James Scott, formerly of

Fort Worth, Texas, now re "ng

in Margarita, Canal Zone, Miss
Brassel is a graduate of Berkeley
School of Secretarial Training in
New York and is employed as an
Asistant Librarian at Fort Davis.
Mr, Scott has recently completed

five years in the United States Na Navy
vy Navy and is employed by the Ter Terminals
minals Terminals Division in Cristobal. The
wedding is to take place in the
Fort Davis Chapel on Friday,
Sept. 13.

Miss Mary Clave
Will Marry
Mr. Peter Joaelin v
Col. and Mrs. Edward Alexan
der Cleve announce the engage'

ment and approaching manage
of their daughter Mary Lilias to

Mr. Peter Edward Joselin.
The wedding will take place Sat

urday Aug. 31 at Gretna, Louisia Louisiana.

Col. Cleve is a former chief of

the Medical Department ot uor uor-gas
gas uor-gas Hospital. He is now stationed

at Ft, Dix, New Jersey.

MarV has been attending ew-

comb College in New Orleans, La.

Mr. and Mrs'., Ora E wing

Celebrate 50th Anniversary ."

Mr. and Mrs. Ora Swing oi Bal

boa observed their 50th wedding

anniversary on Wednesday, with

members of their family. The E-

wings were married W West Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia on Aug. 15. 1907 and came di

rectly to the Canal Zone where
thev have continued to live since

that time. jar. cwing reurea sev
eral vears ago from Panama Ca

nal Co. service and the couplo

now make their home at the Boy s
College Dormitory where Mrs. E E-wing
wing E-wing is .the popular House-Moth

er. ,r-

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Allison Davidson
Returns to College

Allison Davidson, daughter of

Mr. and Mrs. S. Ross Davidson of

it. .Amador, will leave on the

"Gibbons" on Saturday to; return
to the University of Rhode' Island,
where she will enter her sopho sophomore
more sophomore year. She will visit friends
in Long Island and Providence,
R. I. before going back to college.
Her brother Ted has been com com-missioned
missioned com-missioned in the Navy, and is go going
ing going to the West Coast to com commence
mence commence his tour of duty.

Miss Edna Davy

Becomes Bride
Of Sgt. James Adams
Miss Edna Davy became the
bride of Sgt. James Adams of
934th MP, Co. Ft. Clayton, Canal
Zone last Saturday evening.
Chaplain John P. Ettcrshank of officiated.
ficiated. officiated. Following the ceremony a recep reception
tion reception was held at Parque Lefevre.
Champagne toasts were proposed.

More than 100 guests attended.

L

1 If a Derson IS trulv satisfied,

ha doesn't have to announce it

every hour.

' It's the unhappy person who!

forces his way 01 me on others.

MISS UNIVERSE AT UNION CLUB Miss Gladys Zender,
who was recently chosen as Miss Universe at Long Beach,
California, was belle of the ball when she appeared at the
Union Club during her brief visit here last week en route to
her. home in Peru. The occasion.! war areceptlon given- by by-Mr,
Mr, by-Mr, and Mrs. Roberto Lopez for the delegates to the Pan Pans'"
s'" Pans'" ; American Road Congress.
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imporianl Birth Announcemenl

Recent pleasant newt received from Detroit, MiehigamjahVf

nounoed the birth of the Edeel. Its parents The Ford Motor
Company has the pleasure in anonuncing etme to the public'
and will have It for tale at 1958 Models on September 4th.

Avarlable thru your local Edael Ford Dealer Agencies Cosmos,

S. A. Tel. 2-4721, Panama City or P.O. Box 3252.

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colamn should fee' submHttd w
tVM-written form and mailed e

the boa number lime dairy -cial
and Otliarwita," or dalivarad
k kind to the office. Noticoa of

meeHnga cannot be accepted by
telephone.

Medical Association y
Moota Tuesday

The 608th meeting of the Medi

cal Association of the Isthmian

Canal Zone will be held in Ward

17, Corgas. Hospital,, on Tuesday,

Aug. 20, at 7 p.m. 1 n-:

The following scientuic program

will be presented:

"Hiatus. Hernia." by- ur, L.

Verity and "Radiation Therapy at

Gorcas Hospital." by Dr. J. m

Kohl, Gorgas Hospital Ancon, C.

A buffet dinner preceded by. re

refreshments will be served by

Mr. WaUace, at 7:00 p.m,.

SPEEDS TO JAIL

SOUTH HAVEN, Mich. (UP) (UP)-Motonst
Motonst (UP)-Motonst Wayne Flickenger learned

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waste. After, being given a ticket

for speeding, ;, Flickenger sped
away again. This time, ha was

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The Adjutant General's Section,

U.S. Army Caribbean, has an announced
nounced announced that two men from this
command have been selected to
attend, the United States Military

Academy Preparatory School at
Fort Belvoir. Va. w'ly
Siecialist Third Class Norbert H.

rnvA nf ti s Armv Sitrnal' Serv

ice, Fort Clayton, and Sp3 John

V. Webster 01 ine wesearcn u"i.,
Fort Amador, left by commercial
airline : Tuesday and reported to
the preparatory ; ichool yesterday

to begin- studies.. rur-':
Uoon his eraduation from high

school In Chicago, 111., Opyo en

listed in the Army on Oct. 19, 1355,
at the age of 17. He finished his
hnlc traininc at Fort Leonard

Wood, Mo., and was transfered
tn th Hick Sneed Radio Opera

tors UOurse at- rori uoraun, v.,

where he successfully compietea

the courses.' ;- ;:.,

After his arrival in the Canal
Zone on July M, 156. Opvd bo bo-came
came bo-came active in many off-duty
hour activities. Ho found time to
enroll -In college level courses
and to become a member of the
Enlisted Men's Advisory Coun-

26-Year-Old Airman

Charged Wih Beating

Baby Girl To Death

WASHINGTON (UP) A quick

tempered 26-year-old airman was

held without Dona toaay o" 1

charge of beating one 01 his six
mnnth-nM iwin dauehters so se

verely to stop her from crying that

she died of a fracturea skuu ana

brain injury. ,..
Airman 2C Harlev E. Blackwell

of Casper, Wyo., was quoted by

Caot. Richard L. Felber of Jiomi-

cide as saying the chua s cries

"made me lose mv temper. I

slapped and kept slapping it until

it trait unconscious."

Felber said "this is one of the

crueleft cases I have had in many

yesrs." : -Blackwell.
father of four chil

dren, was arraigned before com commissioner
missioner commissioner James F. Splaip on a
homicide charge. The ease was

continued until Aug. 29.

Felber said the child's mother,

Mm, Patricia Anita BiacKweu, i,

told police she had placed Alice

and her twin sister, Anita, on a

couch to sleep on Sunday, Aug.
1 whila tha rest of the family ate

in the kitchen. Mrs, i Blackwell

said she heard a "thump ana

aw Alice lying on" the -cement

floor, l
l5he 'put the baby bact e the
couch, Felber quoted her as say

ing, and the baby ion cobscioui cobscioui-nes.
nes. cobscioui-nes. :"' o;,;' '.
Blaekwell, 'who: Is stationed at
nearby Boiling Air Force Base,
said his wife then called a Boiling
doctor who told them- te give the
baby a cold bath. This revived the
child, but Mrs. Blackwell took he
to the Boiling clinic the next day
when she became worse, Black Black-well
well Black-well told detectives. '"K-
. Last Saturday when the hild
a ciln lost consciousnels. Boiling

(transferred her to Walter Reed

Army Medical Center where she

died uat mgnt.
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SUMMER FROSTBITE
MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UPIt was
in the high TO's here Tuesday, but
43-year old Arthur; Corter of Mo Mo-notte,
notte, Mo-notte, Ark., suffered frostbite. Cor

ter accidentally opened the valve
on a container of icy propane gas
and froia Ms left hand.- ,-

ell at the Fort Clayton Service
Club. ,.''
: Up until the time he left tha
command, Opyd was active in Can Canal
al Canal Zone Boy Scout activities.
Opyd submitted his application
for admission to the United States
Military Academy on Feb. 13, and
after, a wait of five months re-

ceived notification of his accept

ance. ,
Webster entered the trmy in
February, 1956, after spending two
years at Wake Forest College.,
Entering the Army when he was

18 yers old, Webster was sent to
Fort Jackson, S.C., for basic train training
ing training and then to Fort Dix. N.J..

for advanced infantry training.
Webster arrived in w' the Canal
Zone on July' 25, 1956, and was
immediately assigned to the Re Research
search Research Unit at Fort Amador.

His application for admission to

the United States Military Acade

my at West Point, N.Y., was sub

mitted on Jan. 30, and on July

25 he received notification of his

acceptance. ; .. (

Classes at Fort Belvoir end In

the latter part of April. In mid mid-May
May mid-May students are notified wheth-

er or not they have -been accent

ed to attend the Military Acade Academy,
my, Academy, where classes begin early in
July. .. ;

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Joaal ana

'.i'.V.'lf '-'ia
"Ctttlna Tt Know Too".'
I unrktnll la SlKMII
' The Fort Kobbe Officers' Wives
riiitv met fnr thftil" lTK. thlV lunch-
uwv ----- v
eon yesterday at the Fort Kobbe
officers- uud wiin. Mrs. v.
Brink, chairman, Mrs. A,. D. Ives,
and Mrs.-V. B. Swan as' hostess hostesses.'?'.
es.'?'. hostesses.'?'. ri:,,'5v-3f ;f
,. TheV theme of "Getting to Know
You" was presented in various
mediums during the afternoon, be beginning
ginning beginning during the aperatif hour
with pictoria) display of inter interesting
esting interesting olaces '"babitM or visited
during past Army; assignments.
Following luncheon, members be became
came became additionally acquainted by
means of a roll call by States in
which New York scored the great greatest
est greatest number of native daughters in
attendance; The song fest which
followed opened with the familiar
musical, version of the luncheon's
theme and included many State
and: sectional songs with Pixie re receiving
ceiving receiving the most reusing reH'tion.
Table decoration feat-red means
of travitl that, misht have: been
employed in traversing (he dis distances
tances distances i between all these native
habitats and Panama.
Mrs. Stephen D. Noyes, presi
Amnt uiolAnmAH manv npur m Am.
bars' and guests,; including several
Navy wives who were resent for
the occasion. Woodrose corsages
were present""! by Mrs. Moves to
Mrs. K. H.CIarJt ana Mir. u. K.
Clnra who will h rlnprtir" soon
for the States. Gifts of lovely sari
scans were won as ooor prizes
by Mrs. H. L. Swann, Mrs. F
Simon and Mrs. Robert Vij. Street
Pacific Ledge r
Invites Rainbow
Girls To Visit
Pacific Lodge No. 5 A. F. and
Airman To Stand
Court Martial
For Payroll
! V?.i tir-: 4'.. .: ;i" i -,,A. ;
SAW AFB. S.C. (UP)-Airman
2C John Davis Jrv' 22, was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to -go before a general court
martial board today in a fifth
trial in connection with a $38,000
payroll swindle at the base ii

. nance office.
Davis. of-, 5 Cleveland." was

char eed In .nine counts wi'1 fe
ceiving $1,967 illegally. Married

, and the father of one child, uavis
has spent three years -in the air

torce. ; : -.-
At least 15 others are awaiting
the four airmen 'previously

7. Ll -.i.J-l .Ilk...

mji nrni vni. i riT c.iiisii hi urr iiiiur.nnr.il

or were "found guilty or receivjbg

I . I lilt n a ..

; menti.-t:.---:

S. Sgt'?3ernice, E,X Moore, 81
of Durham, iN.C .Wednesday was
found Builtv on nine specifications
in connection with receiving $2,-1
814 illegally Hev wa;; sentenced
to, four -year imprisonment, fto
dishonorable discharge ana. for forfeiture;
feiture; forfeiture; of all pay and allowances.
Moor was the first to plead
Innocent. His trial took three days
. although the defense offered no
witnesses, t The three tried before
Moor pleaded guilty, and were
given prison terms and dishonor dishonorable
able dishonorable discharges. ,.
The four airmen told of -receiving
overpayments from the banc
finance office here and kicking
back part, of the money, to pay
clerks. .
...a id
r ANAMA

BY AN ENTIRELY : Zll X
. Now Niblats Com .imfos nd looks
fCgx t s no eaiHio! mi vr die! bfrl
, f rJirl.lt,M eon overt sooJnodnVoroBWI Now
j "lUlfiTS V nvfural flavor, Now Mrtvrof coorf
SttM K 3 tprbr pracaiiinfl, kut trarlk H
JTOL." .' Now NIK(T$ hnd Crnn
Wv nw tfcy ww nsdml cdMt ffct
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Isij f(fin wwiwiie' 10 rfs)cf Smt ( ''

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"2Stop" Flights from Panama
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A choice of 5 dJfforom route H Europe ?
o Ry now lotor . ... j ,.,.
o IVdeyfaros '

Alio flifhti to rh CoWbbM,
Control ofK) Sovtb Aatorieo

;istherwi6e V

,1,'.'t ? Vvr.V ''Vv '.',i,,.r'.V.
M., has extended an invitation
to the Pedro Mieuel Assembly No
a, Order of the Kalnbow for Girls,
to visit in the Grand. Lodge oi
Hanama, at 13th Street. West, No.
9-34, or at 7:30 p.m. on, Monday,
AUg. zo,
All master 'Masons under the
jurisdiction, of .the Grand Lodge
of Panama and the District
Grand Lodge ot the Canal' Zone
will be invited to attend.' as are
the ladies of the Orders of the Or
chid and Fern Leaf chapters o
the Eastern Star. '
Des Moines Police
Charged With Hayinr
Racial Prejudice
V DES MOINES. Iowa. rUPIuilffl-
cials of th Des Moines Police
Department yesterday investigat investigated
ed investigated complaints that some patrol
men oxi-ies,'". their ouiaj, pnuo
sophies" by, beating Negro pris
oners. ,
The charges were 1 lodged
Wednesday by a group of Negro
ministers and attorneys -led by
Robert. Wright, e prominent Negro
attorney and a former patrolman
himself.
They charged Des Moines police
administered a ''severe heating"
to Raymond Knox,, a Negro ar arrested
rested arrested on disorderly charges near
the scene tt a drowning. .Another
complaint charged police mistreat mistreated
ed mistreated four Negro women in an ar ar-gumeu
gumeu ar-gumeu at a hospital.
"There are too many instances
of police expressing their social
philosophies in making arrests,"
Wright said:
Dallas Schools Vlif
llol Be Inlearaled
InCominq Year (
DALLAS. Tex.' fUP -The Dal
las Snhool Board; ordered by
New Orleans federal court to jnte
grate its schools-- with ali due
haste, voted unanimously Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night to continue segregation
for the coming school yean
School Board President Dr. Ed
win Rippy said the decision was
a result of the board's failure to
see how the Supreme Court ruling
against segregation and a recently-passed
state law could be, recon
ciled. ; ', ;'i.;r
: The Texas Leeislatur last ses
sion passed a law. .providing no
public school can integrate unless
sucn a move u iirst approveo ,m
ImhI Wtinn.-Vathir- tn. enrtitilv
would mean loss off. state funds
ana accreauauon
'We made our decision : after
much difficult meditation," ha
said. We found we could not re
concile, the .Supreme- Court ruling
and the Texas taw in ume to nt.
grata this faU.":,.;
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People In Hurricane ; Belt Are Told
To Build Communal Houses For Safety

NEW YORLEANS, Aug. 16
(UP) Coastal Louisiana' 1 and
other r gulf atates may possibly
face another tropical storm .with
in the next 30 days according to a
Miami Weather Bureau 30 day
hurricane probability '. report is
tuH vftctorrlftv ... A
. And in tne wake oi this' forecast
a iNew urieans on company execu executive
tive executive who is native of sea-wise
Holland has offered, some timely
advice to residents of hurricane hurricane-ridde
ridde hurricane-ridde coartal areas., J
In a letter to the New Orleans
Item, L. R. Vorenkamp suggested
that isolated settlements exposed
to possible flooding 1 construct a
commun?l building on 10-foot ihigh
piling or concrete' supports.
nwatmitiA a flat-rnrtfed struc-
ture with A' heavily constructed
tipper story. The building, he said,
shoulfbe large enough to accommodate-
SO families, with adequate
food and water, provided. .
The Miami storm prediction
came in the. weather, bureau's 30'
day hurricane probability", fore forecast.
cast. forecast. It said conditions in the -hurricane
belt indicate the formation
of three trupical. storms 'during
the njx 30 days.l, ,
Two oi three storms are expect expected
ed expected to develop, in the Caribbean
Islands and move toward : the
South Atlantic or Gulf states.
The development of the storm
in the Gulf of Mexico appears
probable." the forecast said.
Previous-probability reports re released
leased released to the public for the first
time this season, have accurately
forecast the formation of hurri hurricanes
canes hurricanes Audrey and Bertha which
lashed the west Louisiana and cast J
Texas coasts.
In hii letter Vorenkamp called
the orfettv villages along Louisia
na's hurricane ridden gulf coast
a convoy ol passenger- vessels
without lifeboats."
In addition to the1 construction
of communal buildings, he suggest suggested
ed suggested the placing of stakes along
the edges of roads subject to
flooding.? This will help ouide e e-vacuees
vacuees e-vacuees out of danger areas, he
said.
-Vorenkamp urged immediate ac action
tion action ou the erection of the com
munal buildings. ; The slightest
delay will undoubtedly put it -off
and we will sing ourselves to sleep
again," ne said.
Vorenkamp pointed out that such

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Vibration Causes
Gave-In Burying'
Six Workmen
DRESDEN. Ont. (UPWThe vi
bration of a heavy machine was
believed today to have caused a
cave-in which buried six workmen
alive under 200 tons of blue clafy,
.. Rescuers used a crane,-bulldozer
and shovels to recover the bodies
of the. workmen, all Dutch immi
grants, who died when the 35-foot
deep sides of a water plant coffer
dam. collapsed Wednesday night.
four other workers escaped
safely. '. ;
Several workmen "on the scene
said they believed the vibration of
a- piece of heavy machinery- loos
ened the sides n of the structure.
rolling 15 .to 25 feet of-clay onto
the workers as they poured a con
crete foundation and layed pipe for
a cityf waterworks pumphouse.
Dresden police promised an In
tensive investigation Into the acci
dent. Authorities also indicated On Ontario
tario Ontario provincial investigators may
enter the probe.
The dead all employed by the
Keillor Construction Co.t of St.
Thomas) were identified as Jan
Oldervening, 45; Dick Ryksen, 45;
Jan Bremer, 42; Nenne Hovius, 45,
and his son, Wilfrid, 23, and Hen
ry Drenth, 50.
i Dresden Is on Highway 40, 'about
40 miles east of Mount Clemens,
Mich., and about 50 miles north northeast
east northeast of Detroit.
POSTAL UNION MEETS
OTTAWA rUP)-Prime Minister
John Diefcnbaker today opened
the 14th congress of the Universal
Postal Union here, the first ever
held la Canada. Some 300 dele
gates from 81 -countries packed the
Senate chamber of the Parliament
building to hear Diefenbaker open
lh eight-week conference. The
delegates, mostly high ranking
postal officials, wm meet 'twice
daily.
desserts

structures are not'
erect and would
school buildings."

Foul Play Suspected
Alter Convict's : ;
Wife Run-Doivn

BARTOW, Fla. (UP) ... A coro coroner's,
ner's, coroner's, jury was scheduled to hear
more testimony yesterday, in the
strang3 highway death ox a : con
vict's teen aged wife who may
have met foul play before she was
struck, and killed by three vehi
cles.
State Attv. Robert Huff aker is
seeking to .determine the circum circumstances
stances circumstances under which 19-year-old
Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Sims died on
Highway 60 near Lake Wales ear early
ly early Saturday.' f,
;. A pathologist .testified at the'
(nqg)st's- opening Monday that
death was caused by the mang mangling
ling mangling she suffered from the vehi vehicles.
cles. vehicles. But. ho noted Mr. Sim's
thigh bora largo bruises which
he said Were inflicted biforo she
was struck on the Highway.
. The inquest was scheduled to
resume atl p.m.
The driver of the first car that
struck the 1 body, Lawreace G.
Smith of, Grand : Junction, ; Colo
said he saw 'an object lying ion
the road,": but could not stop in
time to miss it The other two
vehicles were ."closely following
Smith,
Highway Patrol investigators
claimed the woman was lying in
the road, not standing, at the
time Smith's car struck her.
The first witness scheduled to
testify yesterday was Ernest I.
Prevatte, -part-time, bartender,
who aid he picked up NRS. Sims
and her hitchhiking companion,
jonn Williams ot Lake wales, the
night of the accident. He said he
drove Williams to hi- home and
later let Mrs. Sims out of his car
near the scene of the accident
when she told him she was coins
to be sick. i
Provatto'o story confliclod in
parts, offi-
was given a lie detector tost.
Results of the .....
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- PARDON SAILORS
(BUENOS AIRES (UP) The gov

eminent has pardoned 33 navy en
listed men and released them from
prison where they were serving
time for participating in subver
sive activities since the overthrow
of the Peron dictatorship, it was
announced today. -.
SUSPECT GOOD BEHAVIOR
N EW YORK ( UP ) State parole
officer David Speck is beginning
to wonder if he isn't wasting his
time. Speck suspects that one of
the parolees who reported to him
on good behavior may have stolen
$146.55 in petty cash from his desk
drawer. 1 v
SYDNEY, Australia (UP) S i x
students from; Sydney University
thou jht they would be right in
style for the opening night per performance
formance performance of the musical, "The
Pajama Game." The students
fourVhoys and two girls showed
up dressed in pajamas.
ulod to fcq announced at the In
.quest this afternoon
Mrs. Sims' husband, Joe is
serving a sentence in Raiford State
Prison for aggravated assault, and
breaking and entering.
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' i-New Ybrk at Philadelphia tN
1 ; i-T be preceded by suspended
jame of May 28.
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jSt. Louis
Xhicao
Jones (9-7)
Drahowsky
' Fanning.
Brooklyn
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Barclay, McCormick,
(1-1), Wortnington and
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Thomas.
Swaukee"16- 00 010 210-8 12 2
i SDahn (13-8) and CrandaU.
- Jrffcoat (9-9), Amor, Freeman,
Gross, Acker and Burgess.
Only games scheduled.
long The Fairways

y P W 6 A Playa Brazes
Tomorrow is PWGA Day at
Brazos. Brazos Chairman Cl eo
' Burns has prepared the following
; i Jine-up.

8:15
Connie Bishop,
Katie
Call. Kav Purdy.
5 8:20 Lee Knuth, Mary
TBobbie Hughes.
:25 Jane Huldtquist,
Biggs,
Ruth
Jortorici, Cleo Burns.
8:30 NelHe Humiihreys, Louise
Kobsor, Bev Friedman.
- 8:35 Micki Gorshe, Fran Two Two-mey,
mey, Two-mey, J. B. Nelson.
8:40 A. Rati, Joan Clare, C.
Bumsworth.
8:45 B. Daugherty, H. Thomp Thompson.
son. Thompson. : Players who have failed to sign
at their clubs in time for this line lineup
up lineup are urged to be at Brazos Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning and games will be
ttrranjed there. Brazos is an In Interesting
teresting Interesting course and golf is fun.
If rides are needed call Panama
3-6569 or 3 5190 and it can be arranged.

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Compete

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Tnn W L Pef. GB
New Vork 74 39 .655
Chicago 68 44 .607 5
Boston 61 52 .540 13
Baltimore 55 56 .495 18
Detroit 55 58 .487 19
Cleveland 54 60 .474 JWVS
Kansas City 43 71 .377 31
Washington 42 72 .368 S2

Today's Games
Baltimore at New York
Chicago at Detroit (N)
(N)
Cleveland at Kansas City (N)
Boston at Washington (N)
i j Ycstarday's Results
New York 000 010 1226 9 1
'Boston 000 000 0303 9 0
New York: Turley (10-3), Grim
and Bnrra.
Boston: Nixon (9-8), DeLock,
Porterficld, Stone, Wall and White.
Detroit 100 000 1002 10 0
Kansas City 400 100 llx 7 11 7
Bunning (14-5), Shaw, Sleater
and House.
Urban (2-2), Morgan and Smith.
Chicago 011 010 0104 7 1
ClevelanJ 000 005 OOx 5 7 0
Harshman (7-7) Staley and Lol
lar.
Mossi (9-7) and Hegan.
Only games scheduled.
Paraiso Tennis
Tourney Finals
Slated Sunday
Yesterday afternoon, the fi finals
nals finals of the No. 1 bracket of the
singles matches in the Mid-Season
tournament of the Paraiso
Tennis Club was played at Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso with George Howell losing
to Roman (Buck) Jimenez.
Howell won the first set easily.
,8-1,. then Jiemenz buckled down
and outplayed Howell 6-4, 6-4,
before a crowd of over 100 Pa
raiso youths.
Jimenez will meet Daniel
Smythe in the finals on Sunday
morning at 8 o'clock In a three
best of five play. Smythe is the
winner of the No. 2 bracket.
Arthur A. Griffiths has donat donated
ed donated a beautiful trophy for the
winner which will be presetned
immediately after the match.
Earl omphroy, an outstanding
tennis player of Panama City,
and three other players will be
guests of honor. A tennis exhi exhibition
bition exhibition in singles and doubles will
be held immediately after tlie
finals of the tournament. The
public is cordially invited.
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Tomorrow

The Canal Zone Summer He
creation Board reports that 2(H)
boys and girls have entered the
Panama Canal Anniversary in
vitational swim Meet to De nwo
tomorrow ot the Fort Clayton
Pool. The meet will start;
promptly at 9:00 a.m.
Elimination heats will be run
off first beginning: with the
younger age groups. Swimmers
should be there and ready to
swim at J:00 a.m. in order to
give all ages from five through
sixteen years a chance to swim,
forty eight main events have
been scheduled.
Many of the contestants are
well known to Canal Zone swim
ming enthusiasts. However, sev
eral swimmers new to .the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone are expected to provide
strong competition.
Frankfurters, ice .cream and
sodas will be served free to all
contestants after the meet. A
mobile PX will also be set up
near the pool.
An able staff of officials have
volunteered their services. Thr.y
are:
Manager, John R. Townsend.
Referee and chief timer, Ross
E. Anderson.
Starter, Walter Mikulich.
Announcer, W. I. Hollowell.
Clerk of course, Sfc Charles
Matasic.
Recorder, Mrs. Clarence Ja
cobson.
Recorder, Mrs. Edward Yocum.
Timers and Judges, SP3 John
Dougherty,, Alex Ikeda, Doiman
f-uiton, Mr. bewm, Daniel Kuaee,
Sgt. Theodore Mroczek, SFC
William Stephens, Spl3 William
Ferguson, PFC Robert Caldwell.
Assistants to clerk of the
course, H. S. Holmes, Mrs. Hom Homer
er Homer H. Summerford, John Cecil
Jr.
Freestyle swimmers will be
competing for a special prize. A
silver cup will be awarded to the
boy or girl who comes the clos closest
est closest to the national record ot his
or her division. This will be de
termined on a percentage basis.
nen divisions reierrea to above
are the midget, Junior, intermed intermediate,
iate, intermediate, and senior and the records
referred to are the long course
records).
AMERICAN YAWL WINS
PLYMOUTH, England (UP) -The
American yawl Carina, owned
and skippered by Richard Nye of
Greenwich, Conn., won the 600 600-mile
mile 600-mile ocean yacht race Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, crossing the finish line near
the F a s't n e t Lighthouse at 3:22
p.m. e.d.t. The Swedish yawl Kay
and the British cutter Jacasta
chased the Carina up the English
Channel but neither was expected!
to arive in time to overcome the
handicap they had to allow Ca
rina.

Third Rdund

For Brazos Over; Weekend
' Q ' ' i
. New members of the Brazos Brook Country
Club have io far been very successful in the Casa
Feoli golf tournament which this weekend will fea feature
ture feature the third round of play. ,,! r '7

Roger Daugherty found that
his consistent after office hours
practice paid off when he upset
tne more experienced Sidney
Ferro 3 and 2t However,, the big
gest surprise of the second
round was created by Navyman
Chuck Bostic who routed club
champion Anlbal Galindo 3 and
2. .'. 1
Bostic shot a par 72 for the
nrst time of nis gomng me. tie
needed it because Galindo had
a one over par 73 whlch was not
ulte good enough as he had to
concede his Navy opponent five
strokes.
Capt,; BUI .Lewis, handicapper,
twill no doubt revise Mr. Bostic's
handicap. ;" f
cmr Maauro outlasted joe
Noonan 4 and 2. Seems as though
Joe was carrying too much
weight.
Mike Greene, the silent man, I
'Miracle Finish'
Pursuers Have
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Aug. 16 (UP) The
National League's chances of head heading
ing heading off Milwaukee's pennant ex express
press express rested today on the forlorn
hope that one of the Braves' bed bedraggled
raggled bedraggled pursuers can match the
1951 Giants "miracle linish."
The (Braves just about complet completed
ed completed "operation wrapup" last night
when they crushed the Cincinnati
Redlegs, 8-1. to run their' winning
streak to 10 games and their first first-place
place first-place lead to iVi. Hank Aaron
drove in five runs with his 33rd
and 34th homers and Warren
Spahn spun an eight-hitter as the
Braves whipped the Redlegs -for
the 14th time in 16 meetings.
That SVi sanw lead with only
41 games to play places' the
Out-Of-Season
Bullfight Set
For Macarena
FERNANDO ALCADEVEL
Sunday at La' Macarena Bull
Ring Fernando Alcadevel, a 17 17-year
year 17-year old bullfighter from El Paso,
and his pretty partner Lola Mon Mon-tes
tes Mon-tes will fight foul- native bulls in
a featured out of season fight.
Fernando and Lola are here In
Panama after touring other Cen Central
tral Central American countries.
From her the team win go on
te Colombia and from there will
fly to Spain for the big Bull
Rings of Madrid and Seville.
This will be the first time eith eith-mr
mr eith-mr nf the two have ever fouent
native bulls and for this reason!
Sunday's fights should be nothing
short of spectacular. Native bulls
are completely unpredictable and
and more than one Mafador has
met his downfall hi bis first en encounter
counter encounter with native "toros."
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Matches Set

defeated his counterpart, Har Harry
ry Harry Dockery,3 and 2. ;
Complete results were fol follows:
lows: follows: i j.
Flrsi flight
Bostic over Galindo i and 2t'.
Compton over Prler 3 and 2.
!i Lewis over Huldtuist. 6 and 4.
Gump and Raymond ,(to be
played later).
Second Flight V.
Maduro .defeated KopnarL 4
and 2. ...
Selman beat Brown, 5 and 3.
Greene defeated, Dockery $
and 3.,' ,
Bucolo beat Staats, 1 vjp.
. - Third Flight '
Gorin won oyer Alberga, 2 and
1.
Manning downed Wright, .T
and l.v- '
.Daugherty upset Ferro, 3 and
2.
McAllister beat Heyd, 2 and 1.
Only Hope
Against Braves
BVaves in almost exactly .the.
same position eg the 1951 Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Dodgers. The Dodgers led
by nine games with 4l to play
that year only to have the Gi Giant
ant Giant win 30 of thiir last 34
games and then win the result
ing playoff on Bobby Thomson'
famous home run
The major difference in the cor
responding positions of the '57
Braves and '51 Dodgers is that
the "miracle Giants" had alrea
dy begun to make their move
while all the current "contenders"
are in a state of virtual collapse
The St. Louis Cardinals have lost
nine straight, the Dodgers have
dropped seven of their last 10, the
Redlegs have lost eight of their
last 12 and the Philadelphia Phil-
lies iu VI. UiCU iabi xa,
Aaron, who had hit only .271 in
the previous 15 games with the
Redlegs, sent the Braves off wing
ing with a three-run homer olf
Hal Jeff coat in the first inning
and then blasted a two run horn
er off Don Gross, in. the seventh.
Aaron, who is shooting for the N,
L.'s first triple crown since 1937,
now leads the majors with 34
homers and 93 runs batted in and
holds a one-point lead over Stan
Musial, 334 to .333 in the league
battimz race.
Spain, beating the Redlegs for
the fifth straight time this season
and the 44th time in his career,
yielded and Unearned run in the
second inning on Don Hoak's doii
bie, ad error by Aaron and. John
ny Temple's single. Ed Mathews
and rookie Bob Uazle also homer
ed for the (Braves, who have sock
ed Cincinnati pitching for a .304'
team batting average In the 16
games.
Moe Drabowsky pitched a six six-hitter
hitter six-hitter for the Chicago Cubs, whose
4-1 victory extended the Cardinals'
losing ru-eak to their longest since
1947. Dale Long and Chuck Tan Tanner
ner Tanner homered behind Drabowsky,
who struck out seven while notch notching
ing notching his ninth win. Sam Jones was
tagged with his seventh defeat
and his third during the Cardi Cardinals'
nals' Cardinals' losing skein.
Light hitting catcher Valmy
Thomas knocked in four runs with
a homer ar "-' lead the
Giants to a 9-4 conquest of the
Dodgers, i -receiv
ed credit for his first win al
though Red Wortnington held the
Dodgers tutless over the last three
innings. Don Drysdale suffered his
seventh loss compared to 10 vic victories.
tories. victories. Philadelphia and Pitts
burgh were not scheduled.
The New York YanlOMt regain regained
ed regained a S'A-game lead in the Amer
lean League when they beat the
Beston Red Sex, 84, and the
Cleveland Indian ebfeoted the
Chicago Whit Sex, 5-4. The
Kansat City A' clowned the De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigera, 7-2, In the ether
game.
Gil McDougald's two-run eighth eighth-inning
inning eighth-inning nomer was the big blow
for the Yankees as Bob Turley
won his 10th game with relief aid
from Bob Grim
Ted Williams had
two of the Red-Sox nine hits to
raise his average to .393 while
Mickey Mantle went hitless in two
tries and dropped to .380. ,;
Chico Carrasquel's grand slam
homer in the sixth Inning enabled
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CZ Teeners Meet Tyrone, Pa:

IriVFW
" 1HERSHEY. Pa..' Aug. 18 TIP)
A doughty bunch of kids from
thfr Panama: Canal. Zona must
battle two opponents If they are
to win tne National Teener Base'
ball title Friday. v
: : First they have to- contend
with Tyrone,, Pa,, their oppo opponent
nent opponent In the finals of the tonr tonr-nament
nament tonr-nament sponsored" by the Vet Veterans
erans Veterans of Foreign Wars. And
they also have to worry about
' the minor illness, apparently
the result of a Tiros, which has
affected all of the team except
one boy during the time the
suaa has been Jn the United
States, ?
Teanf officials said many of
tne voutniui : Daseoauers came
down, with sore 'throats and
slight fevers while the team was
touring Eastern states prior to
the beginning of the VFW tour tournament.
nament. tournament. Most, of them are fully
recovered hut still not up to par
pnysicaiiy. ., i.
In Tyrone the Central Amerl-
ca boys will encounter a team
whose pitchers, have allowed 'ust
lour nits in winning tnree games
in the tournament- The team
from central Pennsylvania gave
up only one safety eaen in down downing
ing downing Aztec, N.M. and Chicago
Heights, 111. On Wednesday Ty Tyrone
rone Tyrone entered the finals with a
7-2 victory over Beatrice. Neb-
In which the loser's only two
hits came In the final inning. ;
' The Canal Zone had to work
to win its opening game n-g-ainst
. Struthers, O., 5-3. In
the semi-finals the territorial
kids looked like the class ot the
tournament in eliminating' a
good Gaslonia, N.C., team 2-0.
Tyrone has been the heavier
nitting team but tne canal zone

nas naa steadier pitcninjr ana WESTMINSTER, Md. (UP)
fielding. The winner w.'ll suc-Halfback Jack Harmon from East
ceed Gloucester City, N.J.. Woregon state and end Harwood

Tournament unampion eumi-
nated in the opening round
of
this year's playoffs.
Table Tennis
Tourney Tonite
at Paraiso Gym
The Unispo tralb eTtehnis tour
nament will get underway tonight
in the raraiso gymnasium, xne
initial event will take the table at
7:30 and will feature Walter Chan
dler and Aston IBrowi in the High
Schoo) group while Donald Lea Lea-cock
cock Lea-cock and James Griffith are
matched in the senior bracket.
Entries poured, in through the
week for this big annual classic
which has attracted all the well well-known
known well-known atara of the game. This
list, of contestants reveals the
struggle ahead for supremacy.
Much is expected from Hiram
Johnson, who has quite a bit of
experience in tournament play and
on previous occasions, has given
stubbora opposition to best play players
ers players around. This boy now possess possesses
es possesses all the qualities of a topnotch
wielder and is Jikely to take top
honors.
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Stanley Hall, the stylist who hat
tumbled many a great player
through the years has never miss missed
ed missed an important engagement, will
be on band to furnish oniooKert
with the more technical angles of
table tennis activities. Hau is in
fine shape and is a big favorite
in the tournament.
Former Isthmian champion Ar
thur Joseph is reported back in
his old form. He won a great deal
of admirers following his brilliant
performance in the JWB tourna tournament
ment tournament last year. I the opinion of
most observers, he will be the
man to beat for the Uni sport ti title
tle title this year.
George Granum, last year's tJ tJ-niiport
niiport tJ-niiport kingpin, and several other
topflight performers, are high on
their chances of taking top honors
in this year's big classic.
the Indians to snap their six-game
losing streak and Chicago's three-
game winning skein, uoa Moan
went all the way te wim his ninth
game while Jack Harshman suf suffered
fered suffered his seventh defeat.
Billy Hunter had a single, dou
ble and triple and Billy Mania
and Woody Held each homered te
abark aa 11-hit Kansas City at
tack that tagged 14-game winter
Jm Bunning wita his firth loss.
Johnny Groth and Harvey Knena
had two hits each for Detroit.
CALGARY RELEASES THREE
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" CALGARY, Atta. (UP) Half
back Jim Harryman of the Uni
versity of Washington, tackle and
end Vince Vildas of Drexel Insti
tute and fullback Jerry Baker of
the University of Munssippi were
released by the Calgary Stamped-

Baseball Finqls Today

Buffalo Hangs On to IL Lead
On Spectacular Hitting
Of Ancient Luke Easter

: NEW YORK, Aug, 18 (UP)
The Buftalo Bisons are meeting
tne challenee for first place in
the. International League race
mostly because of the spectacular
tutting of old Luke Easter.
Jtastcr. the league's home run
and runs batted in leader, smack smacked
ed smacked his 36th and 37th round trip
pers and batted in three runs last
night to lead the first place Bi
sons to a 9-3 victory over third
place Richmond. The win enabled
iButtalo to hold onto its one-eame
ieaa over tne .Toronto Maple
JLeais, wno beat the Havana Su
gar Kings. 5-3.
Glenn Cox shakv all the wav
ne gave up 11 nits picked up bis
10th win against four losses for
the Bisons, while Bob Weisler. the
nrst ot a quartet oi Richmond
Pitchers was tagged with his 10th
loss against the Same number of
wins.
Rocky Nelson and Mike Goliat
hit homers as the '; Leafs S edeed
the Suga" Kings. Jack Crimian, in
relief of Humberto Robinson, gain
ed cre.nt for tne wm.'wbue Jose
aanuago took the loss.
In other action.: Montreal shad
ed Miami, 6-5, and Columbus
downed Rochester j 3-1, on Don-
kuooo k inree-niiier.
Sports Briefs
COLTS TRIM ROSTER
Hoeft from South Dakota state
were cut from the Baltimore
Colts roster Wednesday. Harmon
was the Colts' eighth draft choice,
while Hoeft was. chosen on the
24th round.
ROYALS NAM I TRAINIR
CINCINNATI (UP) Robert Har Harper,
per, Harper, former Ohio high school bas
ketball coach, has been appointed
trainer .for the Cincinnati Royals
oi tne National Basketball Asn.
Harper, 33, is a 1949 graduate of
tne university of Cincinnati where
he won letters in basketball, base
ball and golf.
AMERICAN PLAYERS CUT
OTTAWA (UP) Six American
players -r- halfback Bob Garrett.
end Bemie Flowers, guards Pete
Ladygo, Al Sigman and Mike
fiynn and center Bill Brown
were cut by the 'Ottawa Roueh
Riders of the Big Four Football
Union .Wednesday. Flowers and
Ladygo played for the Riders in
other seasons while the other four
were making their first appear appearance
ance appearance here.
THOMPSON AN OILER1
Ames, la. (NEA) Gary Thomp Thompson
son Thompson signed with the Phillips Oilers
basketball team. He was an All All-America
America All-America at Iowa State.
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The linescores and standings:

Buffalo
"72
55
.567
Teams
Toronto
Richmond
Rochester
Miami
Havana
Montreal
Columbus
W
71
68
65
60
58
57
L
56
58
65
65
69
69
Pet.
.559
.540-
.500
.480
.457

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8
11
14
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445
57
71
Yesterdav's Raiult
Miami 010-110-020 5 11 0
Montreal 110-040-OOx 692
Bunker,; Mason (5), Quakers
(5), Adams (7), McCall (8rand
McCullough; Collum,- Cristante
(8) and Ronning. WP Collum. LP
Mason. 1
Richmond 010-110-000 3 11 2
Buffalo 231-003-OOx 9 120
Weisler, James (3), Parsons;
(5), Dixon (7) and Chiti Cox and
Noble WP Cox, LP Weisler.
HRs-s-Easter 2, Chiti.
Havana 000-200-010 s 8 O
Toron o 000-221-00x1 5-i7-l
Santiago," Scantlebury (6) and
Izquierdo: Robinson, Crimian (5)
and St. Claire. WP Criamin. LP
Santiago. HRs-Nelson, Golia
Columbus 000-300 000 3 8 ft
Rochester, : OlO-OOO-OOO 13 ft
Kildoo and Kravltx- a ui..
lock, Wright (9) and Shantz. WP
Kildoo. LPBlaylock. HR Ste Stevens.
vens. Stevens. Williams Widens
on
In Batting Race
WASHINGTON, Aug. ll (CP)
Ted Williams gained five big
points on Mickey Mantle' In
their "man-to-man" three-day
duel In Boston and will earrr
a .393 average Into tonight's'
game with- the Washington
Senators.
The Boston Bed Sox elngger
hit a double and a single in
three official tries yesterday
to give him five hits in eight
trips and .625 mark for the
series with the Yankees. Man Mantle,
tle, Mantle, meanwhile, went 0-for-2
yesterday and walked three
times. He was four-for-nine!
for the series but picked op
only one point -to .380.
Williams started the series
leading Mantle, .38? te .379.
Thumping Theodore is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to face southpaw Chuck
Stobbs tonight while Mantle
tries to make up ground a
gainst right hander Ray
Moore and the Baltimore Orio Orioles
les Orioles in New York.
How they compare:
AB R H Hr RBI Pet.
Wms 354 79 139 31 72 .39.1
M'tle 376 101, 143 38 S3 J80
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RIDAT. AUGUST l, 1957

Argentine Horse Meets -jAberargie
Grand Finish,
! Elko In $600 Sprint Race

Thi et TVTarv Stable's classv Areentine horse

Paquiro irsure to be a big f aVorjte to cop the. fea featured
tured featured $(500-seven furlon sprint for fourth series
thoroughbreds tomorrow afternoon at the President

Kemon raceiracKk 1
' The vlong striding bay horse re returned
turned returned from a lengthy layoff In
fine form last week to wind-up
third In a thrilling finish behind
. the highly rated Bacancito and
' hard running Embrujada. Bacan Bacan-'
' Bacan-' cite scored by a" length with Em Em-brujada
brujada Em-brujada only a half length ahead
of Paquiro,
Paquiro lias been dropped into
a weaker' bracket: this week and
' seems i an almost "sure bet'.' for
, thi race.' Braulio Baeza (will a a-gain
gain a-gain do the booting.
Grand Finish, which wai 'sec 'second
ond 'second to Sacancito a fortnipht ago;
Aberkrgie, second to Distingo last
t Saturnay, and Elko, second over
a mile bis last, time out, shape up
as' the main, contenders Paquiro.,
1 Golden Corn II, Dawn Song, King
and Little Fool complete the list
of entries.
i Fernando Alvarez should enhance
! Elko's chances, especially if the
1 speedy Peruvian horse gets off to

Race Track Graded Entries

KK Hem
Jcky St.

1st Race ''Special'' imp. Fg. Purse J50. Pool Closea 1:00
J IRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE 4

1-Resuelto R. Vasquez 113
St Coronation D J. Phillips 10fl
Si-pofia Beatrte B. Baeza 113 ;
4 Hunters Horn G. San. 115
5 Eslorlal J, Jimenez 10
Concrete Pipe F. Alva. 113
7 Empire Cross Gustines lC8j
8 Certero J. Talavera J03

uh. aarlea Iins. Fn.Purse 1500 Pool Closes 1:30

i, -f 2ND s RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Oro Purlto H. Gustlnes 110 Doesn't seem likely
, S-Reflector B. Baeza 110 -Distance to liking
1 El Fakir. R. Vasquej 112 It,:ight spot here
4 Garramubo J. Phillips 113 Usually disappoints
ft Lulalto F. Alvare 115 Should be close up
ft-Patan S. Carvajal lis -Nothing tecently

.
3rdRcTNon-Wlnns Nat, 5
1 Deslree
Or-Mr. Coup
B Baeza 110
E. Dario 100
'3 Napa
G. Cruz; 112
4 Guacamaya A. Gonzales 100
5 Ciria

4th Race F" Native 7 kJP '37S
, ',. . QUINIELA. x.

1 YoyiU F. Gatlca 100
2 FrljoUto G. Sanchez 110
jDajnadura F. Alvarez 112
, 4ia oazza Ladra'H. Giis.110
6 Fru Fru F. Hidalgo 10&
(Ollmplco H. Rut HO
irvilma K B. Baeza 115
Ith Race "B and Nat, 7 Fg
1 Janina 7 B.' Baeza 115
2 Toalklto F. Godoy 115
3 Henco ; c R. Vasquez 110
4 Naranjazo E. Dario 105
5 Ocean Star' J. Phillips 105

Ith Race, 6th Serieis Imp. 7 Fgs. Parse $400 .' Pool Closes
" vT FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Greco S. Carvajal 108 Would pay off
2 Andei -1 H J. Phillips 108 Longshot possibility
3 Genizarlto D. Madrid H2x -Returns from layoff;
4 Globe Trotter G. San. 113 Form indicates
5 Remozada H. Gustines 108 Dangerous contender
6 Riscal .7 -''A.1 Credldlo .105. Should be close up
7 Lanero J. Jimenez 115 j No.- 1 contender '
P-Joe's Fiddling D. Corte 113 'Could make it here

9 Don Dam v,.,rs AivapHMW,

'7th Rce, 8tk Series Imp. Ff.Purse $500
r 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Serabueno
' Zumar
, J After Me;
4 Ragazza.
' I fpenlx
6-(Horacl
R. Vazquez 113
G. Sanchez 118
V.. Castillo J14
: F. Alvarez H8
A. Credldlo 104
B. Baeza 1.15
' Ith Ree "Special" Imp. S Fes-
f;,'- -
1 Violin Vlejo Carvajal 105
i 2 Singftl H. Gustines 108
1 3 Introduction H. Ruiz 1U
j 4 Mikel -i : i E. Dario 100
; 5 Sunfair Rodrtgues 115
" Adversaria T. Gatlcs, 115
5 Pibe Undo vB. Bae?a 115
French shoe Efcnche 115
sHh Race 4th Series Imp.
. .1 Elko F. Alvarez 108
2 Grand Finish H. Ruts 112
S-Golden Corn J. Phillips 112
. 4 Dawn Song- A. Credidio 110
-, 5 King H. Gustines 113
8 Paquiro B. Baeza 118
,7 Aberargie G, Sanchez 113
ft-Uttle Fool E. Dario 108

llth Rsct Ith Series Imp. 7 Fgs.PBrse $4N

1 Tiequest V. Castillo UK
3 Michungo D. Cortez 112
3 Celestial Fire R. Vas. 110
4 (Bonifacio H. Gustines 104
6 Cnoe. .. T- Alvarez 118
,t-tHostigador B. B&fza 110

Jlth Race "Speclar Imp. 8 rrs.Fvn $458

1 I Forget O. 8ahchez !!r
3 P. Vanidad F. Oatioa 100
3 Joselito R. Vawrorr T1J
4 JuUo Verne H. Gustines 113

hi

a good start. Grand Finish, 'on the
other hand, will be handicapped
by weak armed Hector "Pavita"
Ruiz.' .;'..
Abei kigie should receive compe competent
tent competent handling from the able Gui Gui-llermo'
llermo' Gui-llermo' Sanchet, who Is as ood
any local rider when he wants to
bejorge Phillips will guide the
poorly performing Golden Corn II,
Amado Xredidio will have the leg
up on Dawn Song, Heliodoro "Pa "Pa-pito"':
pito"': "Pa-pito"': Gustines will do the booting
aboard, his grandfather's ,Ki g
while- Emilio Dario .'will handle
the reins on Little'. Fool.
An added attraction will be the
third -meeting of unbeaten Janma
and the vastly Improved Henco.
The latter ran well last week when
excluded from the betting but was
not good enough to whip Pangola,
a stable-mate' of Janina's that is
supposedly nowhere nearly as good
as the latter or Esteban.
Cammcnt v V OMS
-Jockey should help
-Good early speed
- Ear)y speed only ;
Form indicates,
Usually close up
Reportedly ready
Would pay off
- Box car figures
5-2
10-1
15-1
3-2
4-1
2-1
' 8-1
100-1
10-1
81
3-2
2-1
2-1
20-1
FJPurs $300 Pool Closes 2:00
Barretin-De Violas
Still plenty green
EVEN
15-1
32
3-lt
7-2
Will lignt u oui
-Rates gooa cnanct
Pool Closes 2:30
Would surprise
-Has class; is fighter
Distance handicaps
Could score at price
Has strongest finish
Jockey handicaps
. 6-Mirtino
151
3-1
3-t
ft
Batallon
Purse 3450
Pool Closes 3U
Much the best
Not against these
r-Could surprise
Not off recent form
Last was, terrible
25
20-1
2-1
30-1
50-1
:40
30-1
10-1
20-1
3-2
v3-l
"31
2-1
10-1
W air cnance
Pool Closes 4:10
Gets stiffest test ? "'tr' j3-2
Has strong finish : : i- 3-t
Distance suits style r - lo-l
Could go all the way.i 2-1
r-Not against these f 3-2
-Impressive in debut f8-2
i .-.-'.,-
Purs $5I
PoI Closes 4.40
, I ' .
Distance to liking : 3-1
Ran weD last week ; 2-1
Could mske.it here, t,' 4-1
Lacks early speed 30-1
Another good Chilean: 3-1
Nothing to date '.. r ff ,, 50-1
Reportedly speedy- 3-1
Has good workouts -- tl

7 7)t. Purse $00
ONE TWO 4

PmI asses l:LT
Jockey should help ."V j-i
Rider handicaps 3.1
'Nothing .recently ... 20-1
Weak recen: races jj-l
Last was very poor 1M
Form indicates k, ;:i-;.ij
Will fight it sot o ., T 3-1
Nothing in months -D-l
Pol Closes 1:45
Has strongest finish
Will fight it oat
Stronger group hers
Last was poor ,.
. ..
Last was dismal
21
21
.1
.3-2
S-2
Pool Closes 1:15
Ran well Is, debut J : M
Has shown nothing 50 l
Reportrdiy classy EVEN
Will fight it out IS

rai roa wi?EKLT SWIM MEET WINNERS "- The younar peo

medals bv the canal Zone Summer .Recreation Board. The a

number of points In his or her age-group during the series of seven meets,
with the assistance "of Mrs.f Jacobson. and Mrs. .Yocum ponduoted the meets..,

First three Finishers In Weekly
Swimming Meet At Balboa Pool

A successful summer program
of weekly Swim meets at tne tsai
hna FmiI ended last Friday morn.
ing. The Canal Zone Summer Kec-rraliun-
Board awirded trophies
and medals to those having ; the
highest nambsr of points for tne
summer.
.Winners of awards were:
.' I end 4 year eld beys
, With Kickb'sard :
1st Bruce Robinson
2nd Mark Helton
3rd John Thompson
I and 4 year eld firls
1 With, itekbeard ,(
1st Florence Thompson
; 1 and 8 year sld eys
With Kkkbsard :
it .J VixVov MrOrnartv
2nd John Steiner and Albert
Schonert 1 : ;
3rd Kenny Brogie; ana. jim
my Vosburgh
no S year mia firiw
Wi)h Kickbsard
1st Mary Mcbroarty ' :
2nd Martha Bievins and Den-
Ice EUa .. a'
3rd Ann Parker ;
I s nd 4 year eldl f rsssty Is ;
1st -i- StevsT6wnsend'
2nd, Dennis Holmes
3rd Keith Yocum. 1
7 and 4 ytar sd boys frtsstls
1st John To',vnsend $
2nd Jimmy Gangle
3rd Laird xiruter.,
7 and 8 yaar aid alrls frstyls
1st Twinkle Alien and Judy
Witkin : u;,
. 2nd Twild, Dardea V ;
3rd Lois Deutoa ;, ;, V
A .f snd II yesr sld hoys '.
lst;-i Andy jaecbsott," : -2nd
', Diti Ebdoa .-
3rd Gary Vauchtr ;
V 9 and 18 year sld alrts
; ist Pat lissham ,
2nd Gail Albritton v
3rd Mary .Dignam ;
."' i j Y
11 and 12 year sld hsys
1st Martin Holmes :
, 2nd Jerry Mans rv -3rd
SamiWftkia v
t 11 and 13 year eld tfrls
1st Jmu Walker ;-
. 2nd Margaret Walker
r 3rd Sandra Parker
t U s" 14 year sfd b'
1st H-ko Rudse -' f
2nd Yfcia W w-'
3rd f.x&o Bosweu
? 13 snd 14 year 'sld aJr.ls ;
lit i'a rutin Harned
2nd SharM:e Sc.j'u. ', ":,
?3rd Rictael ?. Djkt
15 end 14 ysar sfd -ys
.'1st 'Joe Reynolds
-2nd Charles Bradshaw
.3rd Kuh Harvey -
i j f
1J a-i-l 14 yaar s'd Sir I",'.
.'1st iLu-;t Gndero.'
2nd J:idy H-U- :
'.3rd.;-. Jmi Doberty,,'
- Racetrack Tips;
ly CONRADO
l-Hunter's Hori
2 El Fakir
3-Desires
4-Fru Tn 1
-Janms
-r.k)b TrpUer
7-noracio it)
8-Pibe Lindo
9- Paquirs-
10- Caos (e)
11 -Joselito

;

Frick Recalls Wonderful Days
He Spent As A Sports Writer

' FORD C. FRICK
. Commissioner Of Baseball
" Written for ths United Prsss
: NEW YORK (UPV-It Is a plea pleasant
sant pleasant ieeling to again sit down at
the typewriter to turn out a news
naoer storv: and even more won
irfiil are .the memories that come
racing back 'from tne uays wnen
did it everyraay. ...
Thev were wonderful days,, and
it seems hard to ; believe that
more than 30 years have passed
since 1 came east from Colorado
Springs to write for the New
York; Journal.
How well 1 remember the first
World Series game I covered, the
Yankees and the Giants playing
i- the brand-new Yankee stadium.
They came into the last inning
tied 4 4 and then a light-hearted,
young Giant outfielder hit a home
run off. Joe Bush to bring' Mc Mc-Craw's
Craw's Mc-Craw's team a. victory. The sight
of that fellow Joyously running the
bases I will never forget. Nor. will
anyone Who saw Charles' Dillon
Stengel, beat the -Yankees on that
October afternoon.
Also, I recall the many fabulous
stories I had heard in the West
of the Washington fireball pitcher,.
Walter Johnson. 1 bad my misgiv
ings tnat anyone couio oe mat
kind of v pitcher. I remember the
first time I saw him pitch, which
was .also- the day my. skepticism
vanished. -; ; 1
Days With, MeCraw
The pleasant memories of the
days when my assignment was the
Giants, a rollicking crew under the
fabulous John .McGraw. And the
big kick that came when I would
watch that fine left-hander Artie
Ken, against whom I had batted
while' m college. .And, later, Mer Merman
man Merman Bell and Eddie Pick, both
of whom I played against in the
Colorado Springs City League.
I can still see the line drives
jumping from the bat. of wonder
M Zach Wheat, truly a great ball
player. Zach, today, in my num
ber one .choice for election 10 oase-
hill't Hall of Fame.
I remember vividly, sitting in the
nres tax m what was then Navin
f ield in Detroit watcmng a luue
boy-o" bicycle pedal furiously
down the street in pursuit of a ball
that Babe Rcth had belted far
out of the park, one of the longest
blows I have ever seen.
. .. -':
' J Mad Msy Thrills ;
The thrills that came to me in
press hexes were many, A relent
less Jack Dempsey furiously flail
ing at ths giant Luis Angel Firpo,
in one Cf the most exritisg CghU
ui a.story...tae magnitcent Ztr
with Ue great Earl Sanoe o his
back, charging down the stretch
at Belmont to beat : a fine race
horse. Papyrus, in a race that
those who saw it will never for-
jet 'he International Cup polo
matches when ths American pub
lic savs such a tremendous wel
come to ths young ma nwbo was
then known as tne Prince of
Water, later as Edward VU, and
now a the Duke of Windsor. The
rourtry 'wasst carried a by 'he

'Reiuerto teams however, and Tommy
GarramuAol Hitchcock, Der Milbura snd Co.
- fiapajsouooly trounced the Brit".- s
. YoyitSTainy day in Philadelphia whes a
' HeBco capseity crowd thought it would be
. Laneritnoonibl to see anything finer
Sera Boeno thaa the wonderful V. of Illinois
Siagful band, but the fis and the Penn
Elko football team were both treated
Tiequest ,ts r masterful ex.hfbitm by a
JJiS V tros joing nu Itotx Illionia. They

i1

pie lnMhls picture and 20 others
wards, were given to the boy and
Mrs. Barry and
didn't need to see the famous
"77" on his back to know he was
the great ''Red" Grange.
The memories are both many
and pleasant. They were wonder
ful days, spent watching wonder wonderful
ful wonderful athletes, and in the company
of wonderful fellows.
I hope .that Oscar- Eraley has
as much'fun on his vacation as
I have had thinking back to those
glorious days in the press box.
Thanks, Oscar. .
CFN Lists Baseball
Broadcast Schedule.
CFN has announced the follow
ing major league, baseball broad broadcast
cast broadcast schedule Jor the period Aug.
18 through iAug 25. Any 'changes
in the broadcast scheduled will be
announced over Panorama each
night at 6:45' and in the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Chronicle. ; ;v ;
Aug. 17 -j Baltimore vs lYaft lYaft-kees
kees lYaft-kees at 1:00 p.m.
Aug. 18 -Pittsburgh vs Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn at 1:00 p.m..
Aug.' J9 No game.
Aug.. 20 St Louis vs Giants
1
LOLA MONTES
cmiZL
ciga

rettes yrf

."-' ''..".-. W.'.-t'lH
V. r i: : W irivcu

r. ,,;-;,-'-..'.v.-...- iai,r' t -c

were awarded trophies and

girl earning the highest totaJ
her staff at the Balboa Pool
J S 1 r I
. By BEANS REARDON
QUESTION: With a runner on
third base, the batter' singles to
left field. The coach at third base
leaves his hox, runs toward the
plate,- drawing a throw from the
left fielder. What happens?
Summer McShane,
Answer: The runner from third
base is out for the coach's inter interference.
ference. interference. The batter stays at first
base.
Q. With men on first and third
in sof thai!, the runner on firat exe executes
cutes executes a delayed a steal of second
hoping that the catcher will play
him, thereby giving the runner
on third a chance to score. The
catcher docs not throw. Oh the
next pilch, the same runner exe executes
cutes executes a delayed steal of first base
hoping to agi-in draw a throw. No
throw is nude, what should, be
done? Rufus Hemingway.
A. The runner is out for run running
ning running the bases in reverse to cause
confusion.
at 1:30 p.m.
Aug. 21 Cincinnati vs Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn at 1:30 p.m.
Aug. 22 Cubs vs Giants at
1:30 p.m.
Aug. 23 No game,
v Aug 24 Milwaukee vs Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn t J:00 p.m.
Aug. 25 St. Louis vs Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn at 1:00 p.m.
CAN'I BEAT THAT
East Lansing,. Mich. (NEA)
Bill Kansfiela of Michigan Statt
topped Big Ten .pitchers for 1957
with a perfect 8.00 earned run av average
erage average for 18 innings.

LA MACARENA PLAZA
Sunday, August 18 at 3:00 p.m.
LOLA MONTES
AND-
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4 BRAVE BULLS 4

arrive fresh
every 15 days

HOOF BEATS
By Conrado Sarjgeant

Six new horses' are scheduled to
com 04' e at the President ; Remon
racetrack for to first time over
the weekena. Five of them are
entered to run on. Saturday and
the other on Sunday.. One is a na native
tive native and. the others imported ani animals,
mals, animals, tj .s
The native, a two year old
chestnut i daughter of Barretin-De
Violas is owned by the Stud La
Pomarada and trained y Luis Ro Rodriguez.
driguez. Rodriguez. This proauct ot the Louis
Martini brook afarm in Cerro Pun Pun-ta,
ta, Pun-ta, Cniriqui hasn't been too im impressive
pressive impressive duiing her workouts. De Decree
cree Decree is her name.
Uesiree will go in tomorrow's
third race tor native maidens.
Three debutants will make their
bow in the eighth race a five
furlong spring for imported non non-winners,
winners, non-winners, they are Sutuair, Pibe
Lindo and French Shoe.
Suniair is a brown four-year-old
Chilean colt by Sundodger Cabe Cabe-cera.
cera. Cabe-cera. He is owned by Gabriel Os Os-sa
sa Os-sa Vicuna and trained by Salva Salvador
dor Salvador Jimenez L.
; Pibe Lindo is a four-year-old Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine bred chestnut colt by Mi-lon-Luchadora.
He is owned by
Mrs. Loir de Lazzarin and trained
by Hemy White.
French Shoe, a four-ytar old
English bred bay colt by The
Cobbler Madsmoisslfu, i fhe
prettrly of the Cuadra Mexico
and Is trainsd by Larry Tomlin Tomlin-son.
son. Tomlin-son. Hs has turned in some fast
workouts and could seers his
first time out.
Joselito, a three-year-old Eng English
lish English bred bay son of Jack Scot Scot-Bristle,
Bristle, Scot-Bristle, is owned and trained by
Jose F. V. Bellone. He is being
touted as a winner in the eleventh
race, in which he goes against
three one non-winners.
The only recent arrival slated
to bow into the local racing pic picture
ture picture on Sunday is the reportedly
high priced and classy MIrtino.
This five-yenr-old Argentine bred
brown horse will go against five
other, non-winners in the sixth
race.'. (.,,.,
This aon of Fulbeauty Mirtoli Mirtoli-na
na Mirtoli-na is said to be one of the best
racers now stabled at the Pres President
ident President Remon racetrack at present.
He will race under the colors of
the Stud 32 and Miguel Mas is
listed as his trainer.
, 0O0
Cues, the apparently useless
daughter of Barretin-Dotagal, has
been returned to the Haras Ca Ca-rinthia
rinthia Ca-rinthia and wilt be trained by A A-gustin
gustin A-gustin Soano Jr. in the future.
Cingulum was bought by the
Stud Rio Grande and is now un under
der under the handling of Eustacio Gar Garcia
cia Garcia de Parades.
Jorge McLean is the new owner-trainer
of the mediocre Peru Peruvian
vian Peruvian horse Certero.
Jachalln has returned to the
Stud Buena Fe once more. Luis
H. Farrugia. of course, will do
the traicing. Farrugia also obtain obtained
ed obtained Concrete Pipe recently and he
will make his first start for "The
Magician" in tomorrow's
first race.
0O0
Ssvtral British thoroughbreds
art bsing sxpsctsd to arrive en
ths Isthmus soon. Tl uy ar Dio Dio-ctss.
ctss. Dio-ctss. Sculptor, Affiliation Ordsr,
Emily Mary, Cooksmaid and'
Quickie.
Diocese will defend the colors
of President Ernesto de la Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia Jr.'s Cococha Stable. Sculp
always fresh
" always rich

full-flavored

tor is, the property' of Alejandro
"Toto .Remon's Stud Los Siete,
Quickie is owned by the Eleta
brothers' Haras San Miguel and
the: others will race for the Stud :

Teolofcal-.,
It's ah
old friend
9 ri U
'STAND -fast.,:.
SCOTCH WHISKY
.now in the tall
triangular
bottle
DistribuWrs:'
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Provisions Of New
i WASHINGTON, Aug. IS (UP) (UP)-iThe
iThe (UP)-iThe Senate Judiciary Committee
Jtoday approved individual pro provisions
visions provisions of a compromise immigra immigration
tion immigration bill. But it postponed final
action on the measure, which falls
far short of President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
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; At the same time, the House
Judiciary Committee rejected the
"President's request to grant per permanent
manent permanent U.S. residence to about
28,000 Hungarian refugees admit admitted
ted admitted to this country on a parole
'Chairman James O. Eastland
(D-Miss) of the Senate committee
,siid he expects the group to ap approve
prove approve the immigration bill in time
for Senate action before adjourn adjournment.
ment. adjournment. The bill was sponsored by
a bipartisan bloc headed by Sen.
Uohn F. Kennedy (D-Mass).
It would make it easier fo
Jmany displaced persons and refu refu-.
. refu-. eer other than Hungarians now
in this country to become perma perma-net
net perma-net residents or ''tiiens. It also
would clear the way for the fam families
ilies families of such aliens now abroad to
come to this country, regardles
of quota restrictions.
" Wont'r Affoct Hungarians
The bill made no changes in
existing law as to Hungarian refu refugees.
gees. refugees. This was one of the key fea features
tures features of immigration legislation
"which the President recommended
Jo Congress last January.
The Senate bill also would:
Leave it to the attorney general
to decide whether visiting foreign foreigners
ers foreigners are fingerprinted.
Cancel the so-called mortgages
placed on future quotas by the dis displaced
placed displaced persona law. This would
permit admittance of about .20,000
immigrants at the rate of about
8,300 a year.
a Ease restrictions on admittance
of adopted foreign children.
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FOR RENT: Ona and two-bad-room
apartmants, $60 and $70.
Parqua Lefevra, House No. I,
11th Straat. Phona 3-4818
morningi.
Okays Individual
Immigration Bill
would be admitted by use of visas
left over fiom the Refugee Relief
Act.
The Hungarian refugee proposal
was reported tt have been reject rejected
ed rejected by a 15 to ll vote i nthe House
Judiciary Committee.
It was offered by Rep. Kenneth
B. Keating (R-N Y) as an amend amendment
ment amendment to a more restrictive "bard "bard-ship"
ship" "bard-ship" immigration bill sponsored
by He:). Fiancis E. Walter (D-Pa)
clwrmanf of the immigration sub subcommittee.
committee. subcommittee. All but about 8,000 of the 34,000
Hungarian refugees admitted to
this country since the Hungarian
revolt last October came here as
"parolees" under emergency pro provisions
visions provisions of the immigration laws.
Under these provisions, the
28,000 refugees may remain in
this country at the discretion of
the President but will not be per permitted
mitted permitted to become citizens.
Davey Moore Wins
Again; How Aiming
For World Tille
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UP Davey
Moore, who used a well planned
right hand attack to gain a split
decision Wednesday night over
the featherweight champion of
Mexico, now wants to go for the
world title.
The Springfield, Ohio, feather
said, ';i want a fight with Bassey,
but. I probably won't get it right
away."
Moore's opponent in the War
Memorial Auditorium 10 round
bout, Victor Manuel Quijano of
Mexico Citv, also had hoped for
I bot with world tittict Hnmn
(Kid) Bdssry. But Moore's power powerful
ful powerful right hand ruined Quijano's
American debut and his immedi immedi-ate
ate immedi-ate chances of a match with
DAVEY MOORE SPTS
Bassey.
The five foot, three inch 129 129-pound
pound 129-pound victor lost, ground to 130 130-pound
pound 130-pound Quijano only twice, in the
second nd final rounHs. Quiiano
mounted a jabbing attack each
ume.
! Referee Joe Palmer and judge
jDick Albino favored Moore, whom
I some fans call a "featherweight
Dempsey." by three and five
! rounds respectively. Judge Har Harold
old Harold McGrath scored it 4-5-1 for
Quijano.
Complete Stock
MAHOGANY & SPANISH
CEtMR
Retail Lumber Yard
CIA. FORD, S. A.
Tel. 3-1257
GUARANTEED
TV SERVICE
TEL 2-2374
Corner H" Jt Paries St

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INTEBNAU OS PUWJCAUIONES NO.

BARUO No. zs "H" street siuiuMBun 4tn oi juij Ave. a si.
FARMAC1A LUX 1M Central Avenue e HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE I,

VAN-DEB-JI8 5s Street No. M a) rAKAlAUA U. BATUKKO fuqae

the Bella Vista Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALI: Willys Jeep,
Hoitsa 8054-D Margarita 3rd.
St. ,.
FOR SALI: 1952 Convertible
Pentiac, good mechanical con condition
dition condition and tiras; Radio. Hydra Hydra-matic.
matic. Hydra-matic. Call 3-6044 or may be
saan at "El Panama" Hotel Ga Garage.
rage. Garage. FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
utility station wagon, radio, very
good .condition $650. Phono
Balboa 2-2976.
FOR SALE: '52 Cher. 4-door
Stylelina Deluxe $490. Call 2 2-4259.
4259. 2-4259. FOR SALE: 1952 Hillman
Minx, $350. Phona Navy 3493.
Qtrs., 206-C, Rodman.
FOR SALE: 1949 Hudson Com Commodore
modore Commodore Six Sedan, four new tiros
(lass than weak old ), good spare.
New king-pins and bushings, up upper
per upper and lower arms, spark plugs
and cylinder head gasket, good
brakes. Good transportation, du duty
ty duty paid. 161-B, Williamson Ave.,
Gamboa. Phono 6-317.
FOR SALE: 1950 Studebakar
Champion, good tires, overdrive,
2-door, looks good, runs better,
$365; also 1954 Ford 4-door,
radio, heater, excellent tires, very
good condition throughout, 29, 29,-200
200 29,-200 actual miles, $1250. Phone
Albrook 86-7176.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford V-8
2-door redan, undercoat, over overdrive,
drive, overdrive, radio. Call Balboa 2-3683.
FOR SALE: 1957 Pjck-up, Vi
ton. Can be financed. 3rd of No November
vember November Street No. 3-A-22.
FOR SALE: 1956 red & white
Plymouth Station Wagon, low
mileage, luggago rack, Kobbe
5144.
FOR SALE: Bargain, cheap.
Nash coupe in good -condition,
new paint. Leaving Isthmus.
Phone Psnfma 3-3019, from 8
a.m. to 12 noon.'
"GET STRF.AMLIMETV
the McLevy way. Bod Masjoire,
Exrerctslnx Maehlnea. Tnrkiah
bath. Trained operators for ladles
nd centlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Ardsvmena Ave. 33-41
Tel. 3-2217
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phonos 2 2451 2 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding Br Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m Phono 2-2451
er by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar l ife Ins.. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Fanama f-0552
new canon
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
9 U.lillll HI HI-Panama
Panama HI-Panama S. York Colon
Plenty Of Nothing
JACKSON, Miss. (UP)-Report-er
Thatcher Walt of the Jackson
State Times wasn't even tempted
to take any of the $2,714.30 be
found at a circus performance
here. Thatcher found a fat wallet
containing $2,714 in play money
used in monopoly games but the
30 cent was in hard cash.
Familiar Face
LONDON (UP) Brewer night
watchman Thomas' Sturroek
looked under a table in his com company's
pany's company's office in 1952 and there
was John Evans. He looked under
the same table last month and
there was Evans again. Evans
was sentenced to nine months im imprisonment
prisonment imprisonment for breaking and en entering.
tering. entering. Egg-Laying Record
NEW BRUNSWICK. N.J. (UP)
Meg O'Day, a Leghorn, failed
to lay aa egg Wednesday for the
first day since last Oct. 1. But
Prof. Clarence Piatt of the Rut Rutgers
gers Rutgers University Agricultural Col College
lege College thinks Meg's consecutive day
streak of 24 is. a national and
possibly a world record, he said.

AGENTS) OK 0m OFFICES AT M-Jt
liiery nua UASA ZALUU central
SERVICES r (
The FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Mercado El Ray, offers,
efficient 'filling of 'prescriptions
and home delivery service. Phone
3-3416.
3-minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning Of motor $5, waxing of
cars $5. Auto-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
The best dinners and drinks
ere served in eur modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and,
bar. Hotel International "Pla "Plata,
ta, "Plata, S de Mayo.
Radios repaired, $2.50, parts
reasonable if needed. One-year
guarantea. 1 5th Street, Rio Aba Aba-jo.
jo. Aba-jo. v ',
Dogs
FOR SALE: -. Quality Golden
Fawn BOXER PUPPIES, register register-ad
ad register-ad A.K.C. For appointment call
Miss Abrego, Phone 2-1344.
PeeVee Reese Says
Dodgers Can Still
Overhaul Braves
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK fUP PeeWee
Reese feels "Milwaukee can be
canaht" ht hn.n it ...ill
" "ft" t IiaObJUJ puU3 Al Will
take a spectacular catch by Brook Brook-i
i Brook-i i i
"W ran still r,Ait ih Trc'
but it will require the toughest up-
nm cumn smce i ve oeen witn ine
plllh aHmittoH tho
i Hunntuvu wiv awiyujicia; iuusj
er shortstop as he peeled off hi?
i, : t i i
uuiiumi in iruiit ux rus iQCKer.
"The bie thine we hive eninsr
i for us' is experience," he added.
"And rye always felt we had the
best pitching in the league. So
now come were so iar ,sninrj7
Injuries for one. We're not hittine
for another. That includes me.
I'm having a lousy year."
nings nave reached such a
piss with te Dodgers that they've
even using a inch hitter for Reese
iff th lnt fnninfr Thm- n...fi..
has caused .'increasing whispers
mei ius nugni De reewee s last
year.
"1 hope not," he said, replying
to the direct aiiKxtinn "T'H
tainly like to play another year
na mane up jor inis Dad one. I JJ
play if they'll have me.!'
Reese's belief that the Dodgers
'can. overtake the first place
Braves is sharnrl Viv Vrnnlrlvn
Manager Walt Alston.
-were not giving up by a long
shot," he said. "They can be
caught. There's still enough time.
We'll simnlv hav tn nlau
1 W .1J
than we ha,ve been up tb now."
- fu e a e u c e, Alston toia tne
sliimninc Dnrfffor. tho iKina
before Wednesday's game with the
r i i .i ..
u "u me orooKs men went
out and snapped a three gkme
losing streak with a 7-6 victory
that included homers by Gil
Hodges, Elmer Valo and Don
Zimmer.
Like Rww anil' a let flfl Til sir A
Snider also feels the Dodgers can
cai.cn me craves aitnough he con concedes
cedes concedes thpro isn't tnn .in,.k fin..
- .I1I1C.
... We ye been through situations
me uiig Deiore, me uuke said.
"No one has to tell us we have
a tough road ahead of us. Every Everyone
one Everyone on tho club knows It. And
deep down, I think they all are
confident we can do it. I know I
am.
Going to Dogs
CHICAGO rinM Th rv
County dog catcher wont be able
to miss the radio call nitmVtAr as
signed to his new pickup wagon.
it a a.-.
LEGAL NOTICE
"vtarat states or America
Canal Zone
Kalte- States District Court" Fort The
District of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
In the Matter of the Adoption of Ma
nan sue Wendell, a minor under the
as or is years, va. Robert lUnik. No
Civil. Citation.
To: Robert Kanik
You are hereby required to appear
before the United State District Court
or tne utstnet or the Canal Zone. Dt
VMIon of Balboa, ar ah ihiiiIiiw..
thereof, ta Anton, Canal Zone, on the
11th day of Oct., 157, at 8 o'clock in
the forenoon of that day, then and
there to show cauw. If any you have,
why William H. Beeumont nhould not
oroceee wiut the hearing ef his peti petition
tion petition for the adoption of the above nam.
ed minor.
WITNESS, the Honorable Guthrie T
Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for tho Diatrlct ef the Canal Zone.
tnn utn day or Aug.. 137.
C. T. IMcCenuek, Jr.
Clerk
(Seal)
- Br Sara de h rVAa
Chief Deputy Clerk
To: Robert Kaalk
The foreCnina citation la aerved upon
vou by publication pursuant to the or
der of the Honorable Guthrie T. Crowe.
Judce. United State District Court for
the ErMtrict or tne canal zone, oated
the ISth day of Au(. 1S5T. end entered
end filed rn thai action tn the effce
of the Clerk of the United Statea DH
trt-t Court. Division et Balboa, on the
131b ay of Au 157.
r. T. MtCanafek, r.
" -' I Cei.
. 4 Kara de ta PeSe
. Chief Deputy Clerk.

"H fWREET, rANAMA-t-UBHEBIA

ISA ZALDO-Centr.1 Ave. 4S LOWKDES rHARMAC-lSJ La m""Suil"m!
I St LEWIS SERVICE-Ave. Tivell No. 4 FABMACIA ESI ADOS UNn)OS--l J"
HANGE-J re. de I. Oss. Ave. No. 41 FOTO rM)MY-Julo Aroscncna Ay LM'u1'2i
-rvae Lefevre Street FABMACLA "SAS Vla jTorraa 111 WOVEDADE ATHIS Bosloa

Ave. e,MWu r""Vf
I jf Miscell
W SALE:Due to trip, living
room, dininf room, badroom fur-'
. nrture. Television ear. Two Gen General
eral General : Electric $lr cenditionint
'units. Drawinf table with chair. -'
Evarythini lltte' nawv Talaphana
; 3-2622. i' bys
FOR SALENS mm. Revere ft.
Wwld angle ens and case, fil- -tars',
Brownie projector ft1 screen.,'
Phone 5-304 or 23C-A, Gaten.
FOR SALE Man's suit, English
tailor made 2 pants, vest, were
six weeks, sisa 40, waist 36.
Lduvras, arid apartment 12 fami-
ly. i Miscellaneous pieces furni-
turs. Leaving.' 2-3061, House
1576-B.
FOR SALE: Celdspet Deep
, Frease, 20 cubieifeat, in excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Must sail;- Al Albrook
brook Albrook S6-II0I.
FOR SALE Dining room, twe
living room chairs, refrlgarater,
washing machine, household ar articles,
ticles, articles, carpenter feels. Moderate
price. 629-A DeLesseps. Phone
3-2847.
FOR SALE: English bicycle Ra Raleigh,
leigh, Raleigh, 'good 'condition. Phone
' Balboa 1761. (,
ANTIQUES selling out until Au August
gust August 19 only: 70 copper stir-.
trups collection, very rare; from
, the Conquest and Colonial times.
Another' lot from the last Centu Century,
ry, Century, different drawings.. Silver
coins from different countries.
Can be seen at Pension1 Alfaro,
Central Ave. and 8th Street No.
6-23. Phone 2-2730.
Stateside Earnings
At All Time High;
Production Up Too
WASHINGTON, Aug. 18 (UP-
The government reported today
that the dollar value of U.S. pro production
duction production continued to climb in' the
April-June Ouarter' of 1957. but it
attrijiuteq most of the, increase to
uiiiauon. ...
It also noted ,signg that' Ameri
can business and consumers gen generally
erally generally are exhibiting greater buyer
resistance to steadily-rising prices.
Based on second quarter figures,
the Commerce Department esti
mated that the gross national
nroduct the nation's total niitnut
of services- and goods would
reach an annual rate of $434,500, $434,500,-000,000
000,000 $434,500,-000,000 by next year.
That would be five billion dol
lars higher than the rate in the
first quarter of this year and
$23,500,000,000 above the second
quarter rate. The department said
the bulk of the. rise "sems to
have been associated with in increases
creases increases in prices."
It also estimated that Americans
would receive about $345,500,000.-
000 in income over the next 12
months. This estimate, based on
July earnings, was an all-time
high and about 750 million dollars
higher than the June prediction.
It attributed the bulk of this in
crease to raises in wages. Besides
wages, the : estimate Included in
come from business operations.
dividends and interests, rents re
ceived by landlords, and all other
forms of personal Income..
The srrnaa natinnal ninniift 0n.
era 11 v is reffirrferl a mm nf tho
chief barometers of the health of
the economy.
ine department saw aa indica indication
tion indication that Americans were showing
a greater resistance, to high prices
in the fact that business inventor inventories
ies inventories continued "to rise in the second
Quarter, desnite a recent trenrl hv
industry to avoid overstocking.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMEJUCA
Canal Zone
VnltoS States DhtrtH Cawt for The
Otatrtct of The Canal Com
Balboa Divide.
In the Matter of the Adoption of
Gloria Joan Lamaaters, a minor child
under the oe of fourteen roan, vs.
Betty Lecoaatara. ISo. 4S4S CivtU. Cita Citation
tion Citation To: Betty Lemastera '
Tou are hereby requtree to appaar
bafore the United Statao Diatriet Court
tor the District o abo .Canal Zone, Di Di-viaion
viaion Di-viaion of Balboa, at the Courtroom
thereof, in Ancen, Canal Zone on the
11th day of Oct. 1147. at S o'clock in
tho forenoon of that day. then and
there to show cauee. If any you have,
why Jaraca B. Lemastera and Svtvia
Lematera thou Id not proceed with the
hearine of their petition tor the odoo.
uon or me above named amor en Lid
armee Mm.. ....hi. r..,v..i. a
Crow. Juigt. United Statea DtrtHct
Court for the District of the Canal Zona.
thia Uth day of Aug.. 1M7.
; C. T. SicCarmlck, Jr.
J Clerk ... -(Seal)
-
By Sara o la Aa
Chief Deputy Clork
To: Betty 'Lemaatera
The foresoirK citation la aorvod
vou by oubttcaUan aurauent So the or.
dor of the HonaraMo Guthrie T. Crowe.
Judf e. Vnltad Statea Diatrtrt Court rarl
tho Dtatrtct. or tne canal zona, cunae
the 13th-dav of Au(-. IHT. and anvred
and filed tn ttua action In tho oftre
of the Oork of the United Statas-Dti.
h-irl Court. Drvbaon of Balbaaw aa the
13th Oar Aur, 157.
. C. T. SfcCorailck.'jr.
: ' 'Clerk
Br Sare'de la Tt
Chart Deputy CNrk.

KaAIt ;e. M AAaM

i'T.i'iniv J i;mV rtr.rivi
Home Articles
FOR SALI i feet RCA reW reW-'
' reW-' geratar, $1 00.00. Apartment
sise steve, $40.00, 8 pieca1
living room set, $200.00. R.C.A. :
' TV, 21" wfth outside antenna,: ;
;, $ 1 50.00. Miasallanaoua Heme. -Olga
Apartments, 47th;. street -apt.'
I. To 6 p.m. M'&S
FOR ALE: Double Beds, com com-plate
plate com-plate 29.00; Wardrobes. 1 9.00;
Cots, 7.50; China Closets. 12.50;
Licereras, 29.00; Aluminum .'
Folding Chair, 9.50; Vanities
45.00; 7pc. Living Room Suite,;
49.00; ChehSv from 1.50; Tablea,
Springs, Mattresses, etc, Cash er
Credit. Household Exchange, 41
Auto Row, Tels. 3-4911, 3 3-'
' 3-' 7348. '
-FOR SALE:- By sat er separate
lr" largd mahoganv double -bed,
itigft tablea, arm 'chair, vanity
dresser with large mirror, Phene
Panama 3-4508.
FOR $ALE1?57 General Elae Elae-itris
itris Elae-itris Filter-Fle automatic washer..
Phene Navy 3753.
FOR SALI: Leaving, f Settee,
chair, standard lamp, 4 had, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, gas stave, 2 chests "of :
drawers, f playpen, ether1 Items. -"'Accept
reasonable offer. .Phone
37456.
iv4aj6r-Leagu6
Leaders
LIADING BATTIRS
(Based en 300 official at bats)
. Nationat League t
P and C G AB Ft M Pet.
Aaron. Mil. 110 449 91 150 .334
Musialj St.- L. 112 436 67 145 .333
Mays, N.Y. 1 114 432 83 142 .329
Groati Pitt." 86 347 41 H41 .329
RobintfoiV Cin. 109 443 77 145J .327
Fondy Pitt. 93 356 43 113 .317
Sdioendienst M HO 473 65 148 .313
Moryn, Chi. .. 107 40i: 55 124 .309
Hodges, Bkn. .118 422.65 129 306
American' League
Williams, Bos, J07 354 79 139;,.393
Mantle, N.Y, 113 376 191 10 .380
Bovd. Balti. 107 362 57 116 .320
Woodling, Clev." 98 308 53 98 .318
FOX, Clt 113 .445 7T 141 .317
Minoso, Chi. 112 417 70 129 .309
McDougald NY 104 399 73 122 -.306
Doby, Chi. 1t 90 317 46 97 .306
Malzohe. Bos: 112 463 55 139 .300
Wertz,. Clev, 112 395 62 118 .299
Skowron, N.Y. 101 375 50 112 .299
HOMI RUNS
National League
Aaron, Braves
Snider, Dodgers
Crowe, Bedlegs :
Mays, Giants
Musial. Cards
Banks, Cubs 1
Mantle, Yanks
Willisms, Red Sox
Sievers Senators ;
Wertz, Indians
Colavito Indians. ;
ZerniaL Athletics
. 34
,29
28
26
25
,25
32
.81
30
'20
,'20
"20
RUNS ATTID IN
' National League'
Aaron, Braves
Musial, Cards
Crowe, Redlegs'
Mays, Giants
Hodges, Dodgers
93
88
77
.'ii
71
American league
Mantle, Yanks 83
Sieve?, Senators ". 81
Wertz, Indues 78
Skowron, Yanks v 74
Jensen. Red Sox ... 73
7 - v
PITCHINO :; Wl Pet.
(Based en 11 aWcisions)
Schmidt, Carts ; 10 1 .909
Narleki, Indians "' -.- I", .818
Donovan, White Sox 13 3 .813
Sanford. Phils M 4 .789
Grim, Yanks 10 "8 .769
Turley, Yanks " 10 3 '.769
LEGa4L NOTICE
uicrnxt statu or amkjuca
Vattad Statea Dkatrtct Conrt Fee The
. Dtatrtct of The Canal Zaaw
.,.--
, -, Dtvision of Balboa r
Maiarici A. Schailtt. dU u tiff. va. Pre.
da Loaof Schults. defendant. Summon
Caao No. UM CtvU Docket, St Actaae
roc Divoreo. r : - i
To the above-named defendant:
Yon are heretov reouired so appear
and answer -tho- cam plaint filed- kn the
eeovo entitled ocnan within Btnety
dava after the, flret pubucauen.
In eato of your failure o ao appear,
and anawer. tudament wlil bo taken a.
(akv vou bv default for the etief de-
ajurMtvo tn ine urapiann. -WITNlVa
tho Honorabto Guthrie T.
Craw. Judee. tMited Stab DiatrVt'
Court far the district of, (he Canal Zone,
due AUfun u,
' .ft. WeCeeorlrh, Jt.
i U 4- aerk f i
(BeaJ) '
. v Iwm do la e
i ; chiaf Drputy Clerk
To Proda taaof Schuita
The aaraenina imiaana ta aarri
yau by aokltcauon puraaant So tho or.
dor of the Konormoio iuwro w. uvni
toAf. United Statea Diatrtct Court for!
the Dante r tn unaj a. ana. anai
Aitfuat U. tST. ar4 emared and Mrt
ta thia action ka th offtr ef the Cuk
of said Untied SHataa District Court fnr
t Pinal aa af Boieoa, ess Auauat 11
''.' C. T. MeCstmark, H. J
V -- Oork
Bv Sara do la fa

Cimoli, iBkn. "37 60 H5 30S
Afner1iir-ifLMui V 4

1
ALCOHOLIC! ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOtAU CX

ATTI NTION all Isthmla enter,
tains ra aingers, dancers, nav nav-arty
arty nav-arty "acts, (Professional or ama ama-,.,
,., ama-,., talir) : Auditions' Monday 1:30
p.m.- Salon Panama, Hotel. II
: Panama, ta select acts for Wae'-
neae'av Variety Nights, winners
at which rosaiva contracts i to
perform at II Panama, Jring
yaut musicany props,' costume,
yri4 ghete te audition. t v
Real Estate
POR SALI: 1012 Sguare Me.
v ten beautiful hill-top land. A
King's viaw. Little off main read ;
' i Rio Abaia. Sacrifice price,, must
u aall ejuick See Durcy after 5 p.
4 m. l" Street last No. 55 San
, Francisco.'

Alumni Win Atlantic Cage Title
After Trouncing Working Boys

' STANDINGS
i w t et.
Alumni 11 6 .647
Working 'Boys 8 9 ,471
Cristobal 8 9 ,471
Powells 7 10 .412
Wadnesdoy's Results
.Powells 51 Cristobal 41
Alumni JTl Workipg Boys 57
7V '','" i ,'. sir ,.
Monday's Games v
Powells vs Crlst&bal
. Alumni vs Working iBoys. 4
By TRRVOR SIMONS ,
Displaving an; even Balance of
power for the first time since -the
season- opened, the Alumni, finally
put the cliheher on the 1957 Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Basketball' League champion championship,
ship, championship, by handing the Working
Boys a' solid 71 to 57 trouncing,
While the Working Boys had : to
play1 without the services of .their
high-sccring Isaac Peltynovitch,
six ol the seven Alumni players
that took part in the season clinch clincher,
er, clincher, shared the scoring honors for
the champs. f' '" ':':'
' The league's leading scorer,
John Hatgi was tops in the point
nroducins with 16. and' raised his
season total- to-161, now'fout, f
reach orf any other contenders But
this time Hatgi had plenty of help
from :Eddie mithi who scored 15

Marlbbrff StiU IfJrMefeated
In Panama Basketball League

'y HERBERT MOISR
FINAL SERIES t I
... V'. WLPct
Marlboro 3 0 ,1.000
Gainto, 1 2 .333
Cer. Balboa 1 2 .333
Cig. Panama 1 2 : .333
This city's hopes of regaining
the basketball title they lost last
season are high as the team re representing
presenting representing this town is undefeat
ed' in three outings in the Panama'
Provincial Basketball league, With
their last victory over. Panama
Cigarette, their fifteenth in- their
last fifteen meeting spanning lour
years, ended their first round
schedule of this twice around se
ries. Second place is occupied by
the three-other teams in the fi finals.
nals. finals. ., -r V
In contii-uation of this final se
ries, Cerveia Balboa will meet Pa
nama Cigarette in the opener
while Marlboro will meet Gallito
in the nieht cab. First time a
axit4 T fl M a At mA -. "D TWai
a UN Vs X sBMasiuaa vsvasaa vvvc iuwe
and Mablroro best Gallito.-These
games -will begin S p.m. Saturday
evening. . ..
The three way tie now in effect
came as a result of Gallitos los losing
ing losing to Balboa and Marlboro beating-Panama
decisively. In the
uamio-Bainoa game one or ine
wilrleat rhnharhs seen be this writ
er developed as "Sir" Cedric. Bai
ley and Raul Rooner,' Gallito and
Balboa1 respectively, tangled under
the Gallito basket during tne cios cios-ine
ine cios-ine minutes of the second half.
This rhubarb started as Jtooner
landed oe iBailey's-back in his at
tempt to get possession of the
ball that Bauer was controlling.
Reoner's Method was a bit too
brusque for the easy going Bai
ley who- physically rebelled, tne
Balboa star action. - ?
The melee lasted the better part
of 20 minutes before play was re
sumed wiui- Baiooa Boioing a
slight margin which they held nn nn-til
til nn-til the final whistle.' Coach Ray
Kara of Gstlite protested the con
test earlier after heated. dis discussion
cussion discussion with referee Roe.
MarDaaro U, Panama
Foliowtag the .thrill-packed and
bectac first game, the Marlboro
ColoBites easily defeated a tired
Panama team by aa overwhelm overwhelm-in
in overwhelm-in r S3 to 60 score. So one sided
was the encounter that several
fans of the overflow crowd start
ed te leave the grm as- the out
eome was umruestionably a Marl
Once again, the Coloniles play
ed' a specie ml ar game early in
the contest sad quickly tired the
a fine Panama Tcteraas. Led once
again by Rogelie Aikfflan, the five-
foot speedster and era a ado Tom
the Astnte Tcteran. the Eleta -own
ed Marlboro thriUed the very par-.
tjsaa crowd to cite ball handling
and good sharp shooting.
Eddie Bermudex, imported Ps
aaoaa player-scored 26 poiaLs to
lead ia thit department oa both
sides while eo the victors roster
the poats vers almost evenljr U-

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Lesson
DORISI WAITIS S c h e e I of
Dancing reopening ; September
5th. Raglstratien August '20th-21st-22nd,
10 a.m. te 5 p.m.
, Knights ef Celumbus Hall, Real-,
dence phone 2-2363.
L I ARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults r Teenagers Preteens
Balbea 2-4239. Harnett an
Dunn. ' s- !, v
Llena SaarsV Charm Ceurse in
Poise, Posture, Make-up. Skin
Care,. Grace, Voice. Studio at side
of Hotel Panama. Please tele telephone
phone telephone Panama 3-0327. for in information,
formation, information, 1
and George Mercier who had 12,
Luke Falumbo Jrand RobinetU
and Pere: -eacfi of whom added
9 points, to the winning effort. It
was that even balance that prov
ed just a little too much for thi
ambitious Working Boys who drop dropped;
ped; dropped; far behind right from thi
start and. remained right there.
' The Cristobal quintet dropped ou)
of the race in the first game ol
the night when they lost 51 to 41
at the hands of the cellar-dwell'
ing Powell. Paced by Georgt
Kirkland and Wendy Sasso, .each
of whom had 12 points, the Pow Powells
ells Powells five went into a 14 to 10 lead
at the end of the first quarter and
never relinquished. McPhersos
was high man for .the Cristobal
five with 23 points 'for his night'i
work.'
; PINAL 'GAMES
'. TO BE PLAYED MONDAY
Even though the games will
have no important bearing on thi
standings of- the league, the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic .Cafe loop has decided to
play out the season. The curtain
will, therefore,' ring down on th
1957 season on Monday night with
Cristobal playing Powells in the
first 'game and Alumni meeting
Working floys i iff ; the nlghtcapy
These games had.. been postponed!
from July 3rd. ;' .-
tributed with Jose Julio Noel hit
ting for 16 being the high man.
Tom with 15, Pom ares with 11
Peltynovich with 12. and Aikman
with 10 scored more than half of
the' team's total. In three games
they nve had 80 free throws and
of that total tallied 57 for an aver average
age average of .713: 4
Marlboro needs one victory ta
insure themselves of 'at least a tie
for first place, or a runnersup
position while two victories will
clinch the title for them. They can
achieve the tie insuring state by
beating Gallito on Saturday and
clinch the title next Wednesday
with a win, over the defending
champions.-
, i
Silberman Awarded
Right To Operate
Tropical Racelrack
i TAIXAHASSEE.-'' Trie fTTP
Tropical Psrlr president "bet : a
miiuon saui surerman, who ad admits
mits admits he's a consist ant Inaar at hia
track's betting windows, won .th
biggest stakes of his life Wednes-
oay tne tight to operate his
multi-million dollar racing plant..
The' Florida Slinrama fura V
S 4-2 decision, .reinstated Sil'ber.
man's ODeratine )iBu lr tk
beautiful palm-lined track.
Thls'uDset in order marla tt
the state Racing Commission re revoking
voking revoking Silberman's -.lieensa on th
grounds that he illegally bet thou thousands
sands thousands of dollars on credit at his
own track and permitted 106 tele telephone
phone telephone calls to be made from his
private office phone to a knows
Cleveland bookie. :
Th hieh court aafri that wtiHo
the credit betting waf "illegal,"
me commission dean too harshly
with, the balding., plumo Silbew
maar by revoking his license.
- The dapper ilberman. former
track owner jn Cleveland, rot hit
nickname "bet a million" frord his
wild betting habits. He told the
commission he bet more than 'on
million dollars at Florida's three
racing plant' last seisoa. He was
such e Heavy bettor that Hialab
and Gulfstream tiffidals installed
a private S100 betting window tt
accommodate Silbermaa.-
STAR HAS EASY
HAVTA unmri raiif tp
Scree a star Marisa Pa van, wife el
actor Jeaa Pierre Aumont, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday gave birth to a sevea-pouad
son at St.' John's Hospital. It was
the couple's first child. Miss Pa
vaa, twin sifter of actress Pier
ABia7 and Aumont were mrrit4
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upport today to restore some ot his siasnea Toreign aia iunu.
But the final Congressional figure appeared likely to be far below his minimum
- demand posing the possibility he migfit carry out his special session threat,
ft Th House ignoring urgent appeals from both Mr. Eisenhower and Democratic

ex-President Truman, backed up its Appropriations omrrmiee yeswrimy arm

T.ped another 809 million
"it'oted $2,504,760,000 in new
money to help foreign nations
"gglm economic support
l0r tbt 12 months that began
July 1, PIUS OOl.uuu.uuv, --
rywer" funds lor -total of $3,
191,8 lU.UUU.
' Added to previous congress-
' ional cuts, this amun -4
of $1,287,000,000 or 30 per
ifent undlrth. President own
X "bar bone" aid reauest.
Acting Senate Democratic
leader Mike Mansfield predicted
the Senate Appropriations com committee
mittee committee and Senate will approve
between $2,800,000,000 and three
billion dollars.
4
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Tinges Birthday
Of Princess Anne

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day n trie nuaaie w
wll-she-go-to-school conb-oversy
t Th Queen already has decided
. a ...ii AnnA'i his brother Charles

to Cheam,the old school where
Prince Philip began his formal ed education
ucation education i" 1930- ..... u
, "pity said Lord Altnncham
who ha recently gained fame as a
critic of royal activities. I am
Very aorry to hear it."
The outspoken young lord also
uggested that Anne be given a
more "democratic" schooling and
go to state classes with children
from all wafts of life.
, There appared no chance tnai
the critics would have their way,
but some British papers suggested
today that Anne might leave her
palacf lessons for classes in a pri private
vate private school.
v The mischievous princess with
her bouncine blonde curls cele celebrated
brated celebrated her birthday with a touch
if sadness not brought on by the
controversy over her schooling.
" Charles leaves for his upper
class boaroing school next month
and there will be no more giggling
araes of hide and seek through
the red carpeted halls of the pal palace
ace palace Annt and Charles call home.
There also will be no more reg regular
ular regular family gatherings of the two
children with the Queen and
Prince.
vThe birthday gathering around
the family tea table at Balmoral
Castle yesterday afternoon and the
Remainder of their time together
during this late summer holiday
in Scotland will be the last long
hours Anne and 8-year-old Charles
will have together until Christmas.
(Weather Or Not)
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, 24 huri ending 8 a.m. today,
, la prepared by the Meteorolo
gical and Hyurograpnie
Brainch of the Panama Canal
, Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 88
Lew 86
Hr$rarrY:
tftgh 82
'..Low CO
WIND:
86
81
88
81
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RAIN (Inches) .82
WATER TEMP:
, (inner harbors) 83
NE-17
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85
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16 (UP) President Eisenhower won Senate Democratic

dollars irom ine a.a HroSi..
Ha said the final Congression
al fieure would be somewhere
between that and the $2,524,760,
nnn House total.
No Senate action is expected
before next week.
Mr. Eisenhower pleaded in an
extraordinary "spot" press con conference
ference conference Wednesday that Con Congress
gress Congress vote the entire sum of $3, $3,-367,000,000
367,000,000 $3,-367,000,000 contained in the aid
"authorization" bill which sets
the spending ceiling for the 12 12-month
month 12-month period.
He said the reduced ceiling
figure itself would have a "se "serious"
rious" "serious" effect and he would
have "no recourse" in event of
a further sizeable cut to call
Congress into special session to
seek more money.
Senate Republican leader Wil William
liam William F. Knowland told Presi President
dent President Eisenhower today that with
Democratic help the Senate may
restore a "substantial" part of
the 809 million dollars chopped
from foreign aid funds by the
House.
Knowland said after a breaks
fast strateev conference with
Mr. Elsenhower that the Presi President's
dent's President's threat to call congress
into special session to boost the
Mutual Security appropriation
India Celebrates
Independence Day.
Throws Away Statues
NEW DELHI (UP) India cele celebrated
brated celebrated its 10th independence day
by carting away statues reminis reminiscent
cent reminiscent of British rule and releasing
some 15,000 convicts from civil
and military prisons.
For most Indians, the observ observance
ance observance also marked the 100th anni anniversary
versary anniversary ot the Indian mutiny,
which is now regarded here as this
country s first war of independ
ence."
The Mahasabha Party an ortho
dox Hindu group, angrily boycot
ted the centennial celebration. Ma
hasabha leaders say it should have
been held May 10, date of the
massacre at Meerut that touched
off the mutiny.
Premier Jawaharlal Nehru, Ig Ignoring
noring Ignoring technicalities, told a crowd
of 200,000 at a flag-raising cere ceremony
mony ceremony outside Delhi's historic Red
Fort that today is a day of "spe "special
cial "special significance" in Indian his history.
tory. history. Nehru declared that India
"wants friendship with all coun
tries" even Pakistan, with which
this coun.ry has been continually
at odds during its 10 years ot in
dependence.
So He's A Democrat
-He's Slill Got
The Right Of Way
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 16
(UP) Miss Willie Mae Dunn of
Kansas City was given a ticket
Wednesday for failure to yield
the right of way. Police said the
fact that the person who had
the right of way was former
President Truman made no dif difference.
ference. difference. Miss Dunn, 48, and Truman
were driving south when the
woman's car edged into the in inner
ner inner lane and hooked the left
front fender of her car to the
right rear bumper of Truman's
vehicle.
Truman was a bit late for a
lunch engagement, but other
wise didn't seem disturbed. Nei
ther driver was hurt.
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Foreign Aid
was not discussed. But it re
mained a strone possibility.
The House action was one of
Mr. Eisenhower's worst congres
sional defeats.
Knowland said he would "ex
plore on a bipartisan basis how
much of the slash could be put
back by the Senate, which will
take up the bin next weeK.
Retired PC Locks
Supervisor Dies
In St. Petersburg
William B. Hall, who retired
in 1952 as mechanical super supervisor
visor supervisor of Miraflores locks, Mei
yesterday in St. Petersburg,
Florida. Mr. Hall, who had
been in ill health for some
time, was 61 years old.
He is survived by his wife
and by two sons. Both sons.
William S. Hall of Ancon, and
Richard, who is soon to enter
the military service, were In
St, Petersburg at the time of
their father's death. Mr. Hall
is also survived by two grand grandchildren.
children. grandchildren. Born in Shawnee, Ohio, he
joined the Panama Canal or organization
ganization organization in August, 1924, as
a machinist with the Mechan Mechanical
ical Mechanical Division. For the next two
years, his service alternated
between that division and the
locks.
In April, 1929, he became p
towing locomo 1 1 v e operator
with the locks and from then
on worked successively as a
tunnel operator, lockmaster.
assistant supervisor and final
ly mechanical supervisor in
the Locks Division.
Cuban Govt. Says
Rebel Resistance
Should End Soon
HABANA, Aug. 16 (UP) A
Cuban Army communion aiH
today that two "suspicious per
sons were killed bv an Armv na
trol in Pinar Del Rio province
in almost as manv davs in whfrh
fatalities have occurred in brushes
between troops and "cattle
uneves or other outlaw elements
A r .
na omciai spokesman, mean meanwhile,
while, meanwhile, predicted an early end to
nosuiiues in ttie Sierra Maestra
mountains of Eastern Cuba be between
tween between government forces and
members of the "July 26" revolu
tionary movements headed by Fi Fidel
del Fidel Castro.
Sen. Rolando Masferrer. editor
of the pro-government newspaper
Tiempo, said on his return from
Santiago that armed resistance to
the government there will reach
a sad end" within days.
The rebels are without food,
medicines or shoes, Masferrer
said. He added that it was a "loud
secret" in Santiago rebel circles
that the "painful Odissey" of the
Castro rebels is drawing to a
close. He credited this on the "low
but inflexible strangulation cam campaign"
paign" campaign" waged by Army troops in
the area.
James F. Cunningham, United
Press correspondent in Santiago,
reported that American residents
still were leaving the city al although
though although there was no outward sign
of any imminent disturbances such
as the general strike which para paralyzed
lyzed paralyzed the city for five days earlier
this month.
Two Texas Oil Co. employes,
Edwin Falor and William Binder,
left last night for New York. An Another
other Another American couple Mr. &Mri.
G. F. Spakig, left Santiago today
after seven weeks in the city, Cun Cunningham
ningham Cunningham reported.

Bearicade In Smoky Mountains Dismays Army Brass;
Clocks, Tourists, Outflung Paws Add To Confusion

ATLANTA (UP) The Army
and an unsung bus company offi
cial named Quattlebaum rewrote
the story of the three bears today.
iBut neither came up with a prac
tical solutfot. to get around the
bearicade in the Great- Smoky
Mountains.
The problem arose from the
Army's desire to get fresh re
cruits from western Nortn Caro Carolina
lina Carolina over the mountains to Knox Knox-ville
ville Knox-ville and safely into GI garb with within
in within the rapid schedule laid down by
the Pentagon. v
For this task, the Army has an
agreement with the Carolina
Coach Company at Raleigh. The
Carolina Mountains are in the
jurisdiction of the 3rd Army,
which has hesdquarters in Atlanta
and an area recruiting post in

The
Judge's Bench

Three Panamanians were fined
$10 each this morning .in Balboa
Magistrates Court for trespassing
in a restricted area near the
dump area in Albrook Field.
The defendants were Felix Ver-
gara, Roberto Mendez and Serat Serat-pio
pio Serat-pio Mesa Santamaria.
A $10 fine was imposed by
Judge E. I. P. Tatelman on Vin
cent Guy Marcheau for, driving
with an invalid operator license
Another case involving a Pa
namanian who was arrested for
driving without a license was dis
mised and a $10 brix posted by
the defendant, fiugio Bustamante,
was forfeited when he failed to
appear while the court was in ses
sion.
Bustamante, who operates a bus
out of Chorrera, showed up after
court had been adjourned, stat stating
ing stating that he had been told that the
summons was JorlQ a.m.
Army Seals Russia
To Punch With Hew
Rocket Improvement
WASHINGTON, Aug. 16 (UP)
The- Army has scored an impor
tant technological triumph in its
race to beat Russia to the punch
in perfecting long and intermedi intermediate
ate intermediate range ballistic missiles, it was
learned.
Informed sources said last night
an Army rocket fired several
hundred i i.es, high withstood tre
mendous friction and did not dis
integrate in striking back into the
earth's atmosphere.
It wH reported that the nose
cone m the three stage rocket.
which sped a distance of 1,200
miles, plunged into the Atlantic
Ocean a mere 400 yards from its
target.
This performance was describ described
ed described as "phenomenal" for such wea
pons, which can carry atomic
warheads.
The third stage of the rocket.
which one source reported travel travelled
led travelled at a speed of 15,000 miles an
hour, was recovered.
Previou reported' speeds for
test rockets were 9,000 to 12,000
miles an hour.
Re-emry of a high speed rock
et into the atmosphere without dis disintegrating
integrating disintegrating has been on of the
most perplexing problems facing
scientists.
The temperature at which the
nose cone ie entered the atmo-
spnere coma nave Deen as mucn
as 20,000 degrees, one source said.
What the material was that can
withstand that kind of heat was
not revealed. The Army refused
to comment on the rocket, fifth in
a test series fired at Patrick Air
Force Base, Fla.
Allen Predicts Bill
On Civil Rights Will
Be Passed This Term
WASHINGTON, Aug. 16 (UP)
Rep. Leo K. Allen (R-iu.) said
today Republicans are caving in
under pressure for Civil Rights
action now. He predicted a bill
will be passed before adjournment,
approximately along the lines of
the version already passed by the
senate.
The official GOP position so far
has been that conflicting House
and Senate versions of the civil
rights bill must be sent to a
House Senate conference com committee,
mittee, committee, where agreement would be
sought on a hill stronger than that
passed by the Senate.
Allen, ranking Republican on
the House Rules committee, told
newsmen, however, many Repub Republican
lican Republican house members now are a a-fraid
fraid a-fraid their insistence on passage of
stronger measure will open them
to charges that in effect they are
preventing passage of any bill.
Democratic leaders say the on only
ly only way to -pass a bill at this ses ses-with
with ses-with relatively minor change, the
Senate's controversial jury trial
amendment to the stronger ver version
sion version of the bill previously passed
by the House.
To put across this course they
need substantial Republican help,
since most Southern Democrats
are expected to vote against any
move leading to passage of a civil
rights bill in any form.
sistently late getting the rookies
into Knoxvule. The matter has
been bi ought to attention of HQ
in Atlanta by the Knoxvule re recruiting
cruiting recruiting officer together with the
explanation provided by J. H.
Quattlebaum the bus line's vice
president Hi charge of traffic.
Blames Stars
QuaMlebaum's "brief." as re
layed by the assistant traffic man
ager to whom it was addressed,
spoke for itself as it reached the
scrutiny of the Army brass.
'To be perfectly frank' with
you," Quattlebaum said, "eves
though you may think I am kid kidding,
ding, kidding, the bears in tne Smoky
Mountain Park cause the lateness
of the buses in the tourist season.

Bid to: Quell
Lurid Film
Trial Fails

HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 1 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A bid by Confidential magazine
to halt its trial on criminal libel
charges-was rejected today by So
perior Judge Herbert, V. Walker,
who ordered the Case to continue
with its lurid tales of sexy details
in the uvea or film celebrities.
Defense attorney Arthur Crowley
in a double motion asked the court
to eliminate charges that criminal
libel had been committeed and
that the defendants had conspired
it print OBstemty,
The arguments took Diaca dur
ing a recess until this afternoon
in the trial, which was highlight highlighted
ed highlighted Wednesday by the reading of
articles from Confidential and
Whisper magazines involving al alleged
leged alleged spicy incidents in the lives
of Frank Sinatra. Maureen O'Ha
ra, Eddie Fisher. Anita Ekberg
Robert Mitchum, Corrine Calvet
ana omers.
Had Ins judge granted the de defense
fense defense motions, the. trial wpmrf
nave continued only on two lesser
cnarges involving printing of r
ticies on abortions and loss oi
manhood neither of which would
have required testimoiy from the
celebrities named in '.he case thus
far.
Crowley based his motion loi
dismissal of t h e me.ior charges
against tiie magazines and its
agents on the claim tl at the erond
jury indictment was faulty in that
it failed to say that the aricles
were writen with willful and ma
licious intent as required by the
California penal code.
He also contended that if there
was a crime it was committed in
New York where the stories were
written and the magazines had vi
olated no laws in California be
cause they are not published here.
"If that's the case," the judge
commented during Crowley's ar argument.
gument. argument. 'I could ODen an nflirp
jn Los Angeles and advertise -to
commit murder m other states."
Judge Walker, however, declined
to rule at this time on a prosecu
tion motion to deny' Crowley the
right to call more than 100 per
sons, most ot tnem mm celebri
ties, ;o prove the truth of stories
about them.
The prosecution contends that
only the stars mentioned in arti
cies listed as being the basis for
the indictments could be called.
The judge said Crowley could call
anyone he wished to the stand and
the court would rule at that time
whether the witness should be per permitted
mitted permitted to testify.
Crowley, although he lost his
motion, did not feel that the
judge's rulings hurt his defense
case.
"I don't think this will affect
my case one way or another
Crowley said. "Actually we are
not even required to prove the
truth of all of these stories.
"If I can prove this case is as
ridiculous as I think it is, it will
not be necessary to call many
stars. It Will only take a few to
prove the charges ridiculous. But
on the other hand, I intend to
call as many as I think neces
sary."
Deputy diFtnct attorney William
L. Ritzi said that when the case
resumes he will continue the read reading
ing reading of articles from the maga magazines,
zines, magazines, only one or two of which
have not yet been entered in the
court record.
Ritzi irid he did not expect to
call any other witnesses for the
prosecution. Asked about a report
that the state had a "bombshell"
witness ready to appear, the depu
ty district attorney declined to
answer.
There ore a lot of girls who
en't go bock to mother become
mother li "having too much trot
ble with father.
the hears come out. of the woods
to the side of the road, every
tourist and his family has got to
stop and try to feed the bears and
take pictures and so loru.
"This continues mntil a trooper
comes along and runs the bear
back and makes the tourm go on.
It is impossible to pass when such
bappas. It usually lakes ns from
20 to 30 minutes or longer en a
schedule. In other words, U we
have three bears, the bus is an
hour late,"
Suggests Peetible Solutions
The commander of the Kox
rille recruiting station, Maj. Dar Darns
ns Darns N. Gerard, suggested three
possible- solutions:
1. The weather be chanted le

Ditched Navy
By Coast Guard

ELIZABETH "ITY; N.C. Aug 16
(UJf) A Navy Reserve blimp,
caught in a thunderstorm, ditched
in the Atlantic Ocean about mid
night and a fishing vessel rescued
the entire crew early today.
The Coast Guard reported 16
men were aboard the blimp, e
route from the Clynco, Ga., Nav
al Air Station to Lakehurst, N.J
Officials at Glyweo5 said,: howev
er, there were only nine men a-
board and that "all appeared io
be in fioodi condition" following
the ditching in Pamlico Sound off
the North Carolina uoast. ?
The Coast Guard air statisn said
the- men were rescued in Pam
lico sound. The fishing vessel was
scheduled to rendevous with a 30 30-foot
foot 30-foot coast guard patrol boat' which
would take the rescued men ; to
Wanchese, N.C, where they were
to be transported to an airport at
Manteo, ri.C .
A Coast Guard and Navy search
had been ordered off Cape Hat Hat-teras
teras Hat-teras for both the blimp and a Na Na-w
w Na-w flier1 who parachuted into the
ocean from his crippled jet fight
er -during the mght.
An oil tankers the S.S. Western
sun, picked up the flier in -the
Atlantic south, of Cape Hatteras
early this morning. The ship' cap
Nixon Asks Congress
To Protect
Of Confidential Files
WASHINGTON (UP) Vice
President Richard M. Nixon wants
Congress to approve a bill to pro
tect the sanctity of confidential
FBI files before adjourning tins
year.
Reps. Robert J. Mcintosh and
Robert P. Griffin, both MichigaB
Republicans, reported Nixon s
views 'i a joint statement after
meeting with the Vice President
Wednesday.
They said Nixon torn tnem
there isn't anything -communists
wniilrl like more than to get con
fidential information of the. FBI,:
They might even sacrifice a sub sub-versive
versive sub-versive or an espionage agent in
order to force the FBI to ,tuhr
over information." '
The bill, designed H clarify a.
recent Supreme court decision
would let judges determine wheth whether
er whether FBI material is pertinent and
should be released to defendants.
The congressmen eaid Nixon
warned that if Congress adjourns
without passing the bill, "we're
going to run the risk that people
who are known to be criminals
or subversives will have to be let
off because the FBI won't be anie
to afford to turn over the infor information."
mation." information." Kivnn alri this danger can be
averted if Congress passes pend-
ing legislation "which will simply
provide that the judge will make
the determination in these ases
tn what information the de
fendant should properly have, to
protect Ws rights while at the
same time also protect the nation
al security."
Dying's Expensive
BUENOS AIRES (UP) City
.ihnritio launched a drive to-.
day against the high cost of dy dying.
ing. dying. Mayor E d w a r d o Bergalli
named a special commission to
.v th nnaaibUltV Ot esiaousn-
ing an economical municipal fu
neral service, me cneapesi -neral
in Buenos Aires costs about
$100. Bergalli blamed tne wruanon
on "profiteers m ineie icutu.
Creat Lakes Route
JERUSALEM; Israel (UP)-Is-rmmVt
mi Mr ahiBDers. the Zim
Company, inaugurated a regular
route between Haifa and the North
American Qreat Lakes today. The
Zim-chartered J.500 ton Norwe Norwegian
gian Norwegian freighter Askholm left Haifa
for Chieago. It will eall at Que
bec, Montreal, Oswego, Bunaio,
Cleveland and Detroit along the
way.
emit runs are made to discourage
both the bears and the .tourists.
2.. The road be closed to tour tourists
ists tourists on such days.
3. Stop aL clocks which the
bears migbj read at 0:30 a.m. on
Army had days to delay the ap appearance
pearance appearance of the bears by some
two to three hours. Gerard added
this might result in a secondary
traffic jam of tourists waiting for
the bears to show up. :
The matter was duly- forwarded
by Mat. Gerard to Lt. Col. Buie
Ueu, commander cs uc sra Arm
recruiting district in Atlanta.
Gerard pointed out that signs
along the highway in the Smoky
Mountain Park plainly state that
tourists should not feed the bears.
The inference was plain that the
bears not only won't tell time but
they defy the eiim by sitting be

Blimp Rescued
- All Hands OK

tain reported a light In the water
led tne vessel to the downed Na
vv airman.
navy officer at the Glynco
Base said the stricken blimp ran
into a thunderstorm and the ''se ''severe
vere ''severe turbulence caused it to lose
pressure1 forcing the airship in-
iu taw vaier.-
; The blimp had been on a train
IPS Cruise tn Rmntanamn P.m.
Cuba, And was on it v hnv
to its home base at South Wey-
wiviuu, mass.; wnen was fore
ed to ditch.
The Navy ieard from the blimp
Attn.. 1 L 'i.. .. 1
win. uuuuigni wnen it radioed
the Coast Guard it ".apparently
was going to ditch," a N a v y
spokesman said. The crew report reported
ed reported its pressure "going down" and
said it would have to ahanHnh th
gran, ,, ;.
i Pressure in blimp terminology
refers to s nressure th thins
that- normally keeps such airships
U.S. Slashing Of
Asiatic Flu Funds
Blasted By Solon
WASHINGTON: Aue. 18 ftTPY
Sen. lastef Hill (D-Ala) accused
tne itudget Bureau today of
"gambling with the health and
lives of the American people" by
cutting : funds recommended to
ugni Asiatic flu.
. Hill, chaiiman of the Sprint T..
hor and Publie Welfare Committee
said the ibureau made a "mis "mistake"
take" "mistake" in cutting the funds from
aaw.uw to 4500,000.
1 He said Surgeon General Leroy
E. Burney had asked: for the
3800,000 after consulting with the
American Medical Assn., and oth other
er other health organizations. Hill said
the reauest also had the annrnval
of-MnrloarK.. Folsomf secretary of
ucami, .uiciiou ana wenare.
"You can't pay for health at the
expense or Health Hill to d a r.
porter. "The bureau is gambling
with the health and lives nf th
American people. No one can vet
tell how- -viruler t Asiatic flu is.?
Hill alio said. Burney had i re re-quested
quested re-quested a tvo million dollar re reserve
serve reserve fund to use against the new
type tMIUenza if neceaaarv. Rnl
he said the Budget Bureau cut
this out entirely, and told Burney
to take, the money -from other
neann ,wjnas,.-;' '.'.;v
The Public Health Service
meanwhile went ahead with nln
to use posters, newsoaoer nrf
radio to urge the public to take
the newly-developed vaccina to
neaa on. a trreatentd epidemic
this fall.
The first 500,000 ahots of the
vaccine were released earlier this
week, ana tne government has es estimated
timated estimated eight million chocs will be
available by Sept. I.
But. manufacturers, warned that
unless the publio uses the new
vaccine, they will have to curtail
production.
Despita tbU warning,, the gov government
ernment government placed -export controls on
the vaccine because)' v- of; an ex expected
pected expected shortage. ,.v y-f--,C.-..
The Commerce Bepartment,
which now must approve all ex exports
ports exports of the vaccine, said ft slap slapped
ped slapped controls on exports of the vac vaccine
cine vaccine on the advice of the surgeon
general, ft said production of the
vaccine it in process in other na nations
tions nations and is expected to be made
available to the World Health Or Organization.
ganization. Organization. j

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Poland Ousts Ousts-UP
UP Ousts-UP Reporter
For Lodz Leak

'WARSAW, Aug, le (UP )-"-The
Polish Communist government to today
day today ordered United Press staff
correspondent Anthony J. Caven Cavendish
dish Cavendish to leave Poland within a week
because of what a Polish official
described as "tendentious" report reporting
ing reporting of the Lodz, street -car strike,
. Cavcndiih was advised of ? the
expulsion, order thisT afternoon; by
the deputy .director lot the Press
and Information Department of
the Polish Foreign Ministry.
The action followed .attacks in
the Polish press against all west western
ern western reporting, of the Lodz strike;
The 'Polish Communist Party
newspaper Trihuna, Ludy yester yesterday
day yesterday denounced four western news
agencies by name United Press,
Associated Press, Reuters and the
French Agence France Press.
One point raised hv Tribunu Xau
dii and cited to Cavendish by cna'
i ureiBu ministry ; omciai ;oday
was the UP correspondent's report
that at leasi five Dersons had been
injured in the. Lodz disturbances.
Cavendish told the official 'today
that he had seen hospital, certifi certificates
cates certificates td five people. The official
replied that the use, of the phrase
"at least" implied there were
Cavendish had been on several
extended, assignments in Poland
for the : United Press since thai
Poznan uprising last year. He
was in 'Warsaw last fall when the
Hungarian revolution broke out
and hitched a ride to Budapest' on
a Polish Red Cross plane when
other' means of entering the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian capital were closed;
'Coor Vol's This!'
Cockneys Upset At
Tameness Of Rescue
ST. MARGARETS BAY. Enff.
land (UP) Michael Cox, 11, and
13-year-old Victor Leonard were
on vacation from the Cockney
district of London and thev didn't
know :do much about the move
uents-'ar -.the sea1. .m,'.. v.
"Coo wot's this.'- they asked
when a rising English Channel tide
travmH thm f' th AAf 'nf m li-ff
ruiM luiuro in me alarm' ana
38-year old Albert Steed led a res rescue
cue rescue team to-the top of the cliff.
A he;icopter was sent out from
the U.S. air 'base at Manston,
about .10 "mile away, and the
Dover Irfeboat vlieaded for -the
scene. ,'-s'v,'':f-.-i-J
The "boys' pals shouted down to
the bottom ef the clrff that all this
was happening and Mike and Vic Victor
tor Victor looked forward with pleasure
to their forthcoming rescue.
Then .. came disillusionment.,
Steed lowered a rope ladder and
climbed down to hoist the boys to
safety. .
"Blimey, one of them said,
Yer call this a Tescue?"
abaht th lifeboat and the 'elicon-
tere" i
Steed said he was sorry.
NfVV NATIONAL' MONUMENT
WASHINGTON (UPV-The House
Interior Committee Tuesday ap approved
proved approved a bill to authorize construe-.
tion of a new national monument
"symbolizing the ideals of Democ Democracy
racy Democracy The monument, w"h i c h
would cost an estimated 23 million
dollars, would be built with funds
received in public subscription and.
donations.
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