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Let the people know the truth emdtheeeiuUryUe
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PANAMA, B. P., SATURDAYt AUGUST. IT, 1957
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;nni ih fart that the number of ocean-rolnr commercial
transits in July was the second highest in th. Panama Canal's
history, carjo tonnage was almost ? 100,000 long tons less than
thai for June, although the total cargo tonnage exceeded .that of
July 1958 by over half a "million tons.
b Tnii. in Julvi however, reached a 'new. all-time high for a
month's period. Tolls and tolls
854.547, as comparer wun 9S,m,xv jor June ana i,xo,uv
".d July ot last year.
2 Trains Added
To Daily Sate
By Panama R.R.
The new timetables for the Pa Panama
nama Panama Railroad which become ef
fective' tomorrow, have been dis-
tnbuted to all ranama vauai
Company-Canal Zone ; Government
offices kd mailed to- all boxhold boxhold-ers
ers boxhold-ers in the Canal Zone, v
The new timetables have been
i printed in such size f that thej
; may easily be pasted into the cur
Jrent Panama Canal telephone di directory
rectory directory to replace the schedule
Whicn becomes obsolete Sunday...
SUnder the new schedule passen passenger
ger passenger service in increased by '. two
trains each way daily ti.. At the
same time hours' of the ?'mixed"
freight and passenger 'trains are
The changes ire anothr step in
' th Railroad's- nlans to improve
its service for the benefit of its
customers. Passengers will bene bene-'
' bene-' fit from the increased number -of
strain while the cnanges oi scno scno-ule
ule scno-ule of the. mixed trains will speed
up freight service from wholesale
warehnnsps to retain outlets and
;t. provide earlier .delivery and plaee-
N ment o inbound freight at ihe Pa
lJv nama freipht house. s .?.
" Hortlibound '. passenger trainf,
teave Panama tlity at; 7:10 a.m.H
r.5Sv.m.t 12:10 p.m.; 3:10 p:m.
d SRfTi.m:4 and 10:10: o.mi.r'
Sbxithbound ; passenger trains
leave-CoJofl tv t'.t--f a.m
45 a.m.; '12 aoofifc I p.m.; :l0
p.rft.;,''ana..l-Jv-. i ;'... V "j ..
Northbound mixed irains : leave
Diablo Heights, 4:50 a jn. and.,
p.m. i J -S''l'-'. i
' Southbound mixed trams; leave
Mount Eope: Sjin and T;50 p,m,
6 WKids To Gel
Free Scliool Bul:
Special :i arrangement have
been made by the Division ,, of
. Schools' for the dlstribut-on of
free bus. tickets to students In
nntlvlna districts so. that thv
will 'not have to mftke.the trip to
Balboa or. Cristobal: to obtain
thesa .ticleets..'-v. ivf.'W
' Boys nd gtrls who llvt In
i Gamboa and who attend; Balboa
. Senior or Junior High Schools
may obtain their free bus tickets
at the office in the Gamboa Ele
mentary School between .9 and
U a.m, nex, Wednesday,. Aug
' On the Same date, students at
Cristobal nigh school and Jun
ior High School who live In Mar
garita-will be issued their free
mis tickets at the .office- cr the
principal of the South Margarl-
.tal school. The hours for t.vs
distribution will also be between
9 and 11 ajn.- "-V-;."' Q
Also on Wednesday, August 21.
Oatun pupils who attend scliool
In Cristobal will obtain their
' jree bus transportation at .the
t, Oatun Elementarj School be-
i tween l and 3 p jnnext Wediw t
.. oav.. . -. .-
. Free fcus service wiH be pro provided
vided provided this year, for the first
time,, to approximately 630 boys
. and girls who live .in districts
which do rot have appropriate
. school facilities and to another
SO pupils who live a considerable
distance from their schools.-"
VIETmA,-Aug..n TTPl The
Czechoslovak Affri culture Minis
try today described the Commu Communist
nist Communist country's harvest situation
as "catastrophic." Radio Pragtw
, said collective farms throughout
the country are far behind 'n
their harvest work. Night shifts
will be formed and volunteer j
workers will be brought to the
farms to assist, the 'broadcast
said. -; -.'. '. . ;
, Isthmian Chorch yotlrt,
which usually appear n Sat-
, n HI art, will be carried ha The
Sunday American tomerrvw.
Drops'; B uf
credits for July 1957, totalled $3,-
"'During;. htr month of July," 788
ocean-going commercial vessels,
of 300 ton or ?. over' transited
the-Panama Canal. In addition to
these' there were 44 ocean-goine
commercial ships, to make total
of 832 for the montn. ;
This compared to 775 ocean-go-ing
commercial and 28 ocean-go
ing government ships in June, or
a' total oi mi, ana oov large com
mercial and 16 government ves
sels, for a total of, 685, in July
Cargo tonnage, in long tons,
was 4,505,010 for July; of these,
61.573 was carried by government
ships.' Thfc June total was 4,600,-
311 long tons, while cargo carried
through the Panama Canal in Ju
ly, 1957., totalled. 3,918,499 long
tons. : .
. During July ballast tonnage
through the Canal totalled 742,768
tons, the highest figure un this
classification, since the end of the
On Madden Highway
'-Hail, the frozen1 kind, fell lor a
few minute along Madden -Highway
near1 Buenos -Aires about 1
oclock yesterday .afternoon,' ac according
cording according to a report to the Meteo Meteorology
rology Meteorology office- at Balboa Heights by
one of its employe;.;. '
The hailstorm the rarest tvoe
of weather on, the' Isthmus excent
!UaIOW W'S VW' m-OT:Mi:wC
porteq in riQr iha .threff years.
According to the reports reacmng
stones tailing ; at -JBuenos Aires
were -about the sizeoi email peb pebbles.
bles. pebbles. mn.-4'',' -..K:
In a light hailstorm which oc
curred four-years ago at ra,raiso
hailstones up to about pne Inch in
diameterwere "reportodr V f
Hail tisiformed by raindrops
Caught: in 'an updraft of air and
carried aloft to the freezing lone.
This rarely occurs -on the Isthnfus
since the freezing zon Is about
15,000 feet high. Sometimes the
frozen raindrops are swept upjor
a second' or third time into the
frezing ione" which,' accounts ?. for
large ailstonesr- j ,;
Meteorological ; records in the
Canal Zone show that hailstorms
have been reported In or. near the
Canal Zone only about six-times 1
HnTXYWOODi'Aua". 17 (UPi-A
former theater ; manager testified
yesterday at the criminal noei iri-(
al of Confidential magazine that
the -Chief Hydrographer,; the hu4this weelt In recognition of a
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TESTIFIES AT CONFIDENTIAL TRIAL Ronnie QuIIlan. aelf aelf-admltted
admltted aelf-admltted prostitut, enters court In Los Angelea to testify at
the criminal libel trial of Confidential Magazine. Mlse Quillaa
eld that -the had an affair with Deal Amai.ta 1M4 and, sub submitted
mitted submitted the Information for an axUcie In the magaitna.
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ROT R. CLARK atrd EDWARD SEALET went erv are receiving i checks ofSZ5 each from
Norman B;. Demers, acting .Transportation and Terminals Director; Standing next to Demeri
is George M. smith, manager of the Kaiwoaa umsioi
Mrs.' Mercedes Oiler and acting chief of i'poll ce B,' A.
Two Hen Vho Captured Thief ;.'
' -o rrir n wdward Sea
.i-oad Division,' wco
ii .nt- f tMihlie service m
at the BaiDoa rr
station. ': ',V
Demers.' acting, ansportatlon
and Terminals Director, trt, the
Balboa Heignis biuu 1""k
presence s of George- M.SinU;h,
manager ot the Railroad Divi Division;
sion; Division; B. A. Darden; acting Chief
of Police; Ja-mes Maguire, secre secretary
tary secretary Of the incentive Awards
Committee: and Mrs. Mer
Oiler, who as, threatened in the
holdup. v; ti, 'H
i The tncmepi wiucn r
T,r.ri.vi.nsion of the alleged rob-
w nr-mirred lrf the 'morning of
U saw film star Maureen OUara
n T.titt.noearing m'an cudd
lintf in Orauman's Chinese theater
four yeari ago, :.
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cession atrs of the Balboa Heights
Railroad -Station" newsstand" atiPubHc Halthervicf-amiouilced
threatened with ft knife by. 17-iteday;; ",'. rj t, :.".
vear-old Panamanian boy.
Attracted by Mrs. ,; Oiler's
screams for. help, : Sealey and
Clark rushed to the scene, cap captured
tured captured the assailant and held him
in kdditlon to the cash award
tlveii the. two emptoyes, a letter
or commendation ?wa sont.iu
them by Demera. 'f 'V r
Both. Clark and Sealey4 were
born in Panama and have 'been
employes of the Canal organiza organization
tion organization for a number of years. Sea Sea-ley
ley Sea-ley has 17 years of continuous
srvice with the Railroad Divi Division,
sion, Division, the last, five-of wWch. he
has been a clerk. In the Balboa
Station, v i': '.,-i-",.';-vV:-f,-?.
Clark has, "been with' the Ca Canal
nal Canal 15 yeara and has spent the
past three in the Balboa- station
Thii witness was James CraigV
as Irish citizen who said he is
at present a London film producer.
Craig struck the first i blow for
the defense in its efforts to prove
the truth of stories published in
Confidential after the state tossed
its 'bombshell." Prdducer Paul
Gregory testified that agents, of
the publication tried to "black "black-mail",
mail", "black-mail", him to suppress publication
of a story. ' : l?:
Craig testified t h a t about
November. 1953. while h was
working for the- theater,"1, he sawl
MaOreeB 3 liars, wnom na naa
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II..- ii i i TT I 17 i
COJTTXR DURING RECKSS Howard Rush mora (left), talk;
with prosecuting attorney William Rrtlzl -during a recew of
the Conndentlal Magazine libel trial la Los Angeles., Rush Rush-more,
more, Rush-more, former editor of the magazine, testified that c"f
Ftancesca !e Scaffa told him she 'was having an emir"
wlUi actor CUrk Gable when he contributed an article about
... Cables first wife to the magazine.
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the right ate James Hagulre,
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US Sees Drop In
f WASHINGTON Aug. J7 (UP)
umy 7S -esses of paralytic polio
were reported in. the United States
last weekr compared .With 369 m
tn same' week last Vear. I th
Total eases reported through
last weeHead, were less than half
the 'number- recorded througn the
same date ; in' 19562,897, against
6,179. 'The eek saw a total of
356 new cases," 70 of which were
MOUNTAINSIDE, N,J.,- Aug. 17
(UP) Boilermaker James Ed Edgar
gar Edgar had plenty of time today to
consider the wisdom of taking
matters into his own hands. d d-tar.
tar. d-tar. 23. was lailet Thursday aft
er stealing a .45-passengef bus
because ne didn't leei like winc
ing 15 miles to hls.home at near
by Berkeley Heights.-', 1
met previously, 'enter the theater
with a man about five feet, eight
inches tall and of Latin complex
Nos White lease J
T would say from their general
bearing they, had ,. beea taxing
drinks," Craig said,, adding he no noticed
ticed noticed -Mis O Hara was wearing
a white blouse.-.
A short-while later,' as he was
on duty- ill the foyer, an usher
came and summoned him Jo call
his attention to the behavior of a
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THE PULSE PULSE-OF
OF PULSE-OF PANAMA
OPPOSITION apparently Is
mounting over the Colon Muni Municipal
cipal Municipal Council's decision to slap
taxes on firms operating In the
Colon free zone. : r
Latest opnositioh to the meas
ure, approved last Tuesday night
at a stormy meeting, comes from
the colon Chamber of commerce
In the form of a resolution con
demning the measure as harm
ful to business as well as com
Meanwhile, one of the' strong
est opponents of the measure in
the Colon city council, council
man luis ,c. Apestegui, reported
ly has been receiving threaten
ing telephone calls ever since he
made known his opposition to
the measure during Tuesday's
Com Week will get underway
tomorrow afternoon with a
"una" (typical Panamanian
dance) .from Cathedral Plaza
to the Jose D. Moseote High
School on Peru Avenue.
Corn Week festlvitle will con
tinue during' the week with dif different
ferent different activities every night at
the Professional School now Jo
cated in paltuia.
Panama Assemblyman Alfredo
(Baby) Aleman Jr. toofc another
potshot this morning at the
change) in the Panama Railroad
time .table, claiming that it of offers'
fers' offers' unfair competition to Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian transportation, cpmV
panies;;deBmtx. rajlroaid' ia-4
cision-Ttfi)perate only "between
Balboa, and Mount Hope after
the Panama City and Colon ita
tlona, r turned over to Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. .;'-.;".''';i ' 1
The- new Panama Rwlroad
timetable contemplates the- ad addition
dition addition of two' more passenger
trains dally between Panama, and
Colon and vice versa.
Aleman is the owner of a
bus line operating between the
two terminal eitUs. ?
King Size Bargain
YOKOHAMA, Japan,,Aug. 17
(UP) t- Firemen flooded- a hold
of the U.S. military cargo ship
Pioneer Mill when It caught fire
In the harbor today. They now
have plenty of ready-mixed milk.
The hold contained bulk pow
dered milk in cardboard cartons.
'Hot Show' Cuddling
couple in the theater, Craig said.
He went inside to the seats where
the couple was located, he said.
"I realized the couple in ques question
tion question was Miss O'Hara and her
gentleman friend," Craig testifued.
"The gentleman was sitting fac facing
ing facing the screen but Miss O'Hara
was laying across his lap. Her
blouse was undone. She looked
very disheveled .and very untidy."
Craig said be wanted to be. dis discreet
creet discreet so he flicked his flashlight
across them 'several times.
"Then they both came to a prop
ITLES SCTT Mra. T1U Purdom la shown in Superior Court in
Loe Angeles after fling a $3,000,000 libel suit against Confiden Confidential
tial Confidential whtrnvr laff&zina and Holivwood Research, Inc.- Bne
is the former wife of acVir Idmund Purdom. Tit charged Uit J
the magazines told ilea ana laiscaooas aoout ner.
fiAay Bfecome First
London, Auq. 17 ojp)
ported today that Soviet
Khrushchev is preparino a flying visit to Egypt and Syria
to press a Russian counter-offensive against the Eisen-
hower doctrine. ;
Reports reaching here predicted Khrushchev rnav
take along defense Minister Georgi Zhukov, the Red Army
chiefwho already has accepted an invitation to visit Syria.
Khrushchev's strategy apparently is to cash in fast
on new Soviet ties with Syria,
Syricr has just signed a
pact with the Kremlin and
munist elements from the army and government.
Details of the mo1ected Soviet
Middle East tour have so far not
become officially known.
But diplomatic sources report
ed there were strong Indications
that the trip was planned soon.
Tne Russians nave ateppea
un the flow of Soviet arms to
Egypt, Syria and the tiny Arab
viet tMittdle East visit coincided
with a quickening of the pace of
Soviet infiltration in tne Miacue
With the increased arms flow
went the Soviet "aid" offer to
Syria, allegedly with no strings
attached, which puts that Arab
nation into a large aligment
Syria thus appeared to be on
Shape Of Things
CHICAGO, Aug. 17, 4UP)
The University of Illinois Busi Business
ness Business Review reported today that
a move is being made to bright brighten
en brighten up the barnyard. The Review
said an agricultural station has
ficlent plastic silo shaped like a
develoriea a new ana more ei
er sitting position," he said and
he returned to the foyer only to
have the usher come after him
"I found the gentleman sitting
on the seat and Miss O'Hara sit sitting
ting sitting on his lap. I didn't know what
to do so 1 toia mem mac im?
couldn't co on. that they would
have to leave the theater."
Craig said the man told him
they were leaving anyway. He said
I snri 'i
DiDiomdtic sources re
Communist chief Nikita S.
the sources said.
large-scale "economic afd""
has moved to purae anti-Corn
the verge of becoming a Soviet
satellite, the first In the Arab
world and a notent threat to the
oil pipelines unking the Persian
Gulf with the Mediterranean
Early C Of cf l
Chicago Public Library plans to
display a letter written by one of
America's easiest boosters. The
letter, describing "rivers so good
and great that it is a marvel'! ?
and "most lofty mountains,' was
written to 'his sovereigns 465
years ago by Christopher Co-'
lumbus. -.. . .'t.,V
YAWATA, Japan, Aug. IT
(UP) Police began a search
today for a thief who took quan-r
titles of dangerous radioactive
cobalt. 60 from a hospital here.
Cobalt 60 can cause harmful ra radioactive
dioactive radioactive effects on a persort
within a rad us of three feeja
s they got up to leave, Mist
O'Hara asked him to look for a,
diamond cufflink the man had lost
and Craig said he searched under
the seat and found it.
The witness was askel if Jie 5
knew a Michael Ward Cmith and
if he had told him of the incident
Craig said he had. He added that
Smith called him one day and said"
he was sending him a check for
about $200 for the story although
Craig said he had not sought com ;
pensation for the accoun j-
The testimony given bv CrsiJ
wss virtually identical with the -story
published in the March, 1957,'
issue of Confidential which was
titled "It Was the Hottest Show in
Town When Maureen O'Hara Cud-,
died in Row 35". Th story wai
read into the court record earlier
this week. 'L''
Wis Surprise Witness 'l'',
Craig was the first surprise -witness
by the defense after Gregory
completed telling his story of tne
alleged "blackmail" attempt a
On cross-examination, Craig was
(Continue a Pace ft. 2
Civic Councils :
Governor. Potter i ;
A request for a covered a.
sageway between the paramo
High School and Paraiso road
will be answered at Governor
Potter's pubUc- meeting
members of the Latin America a
Civic Councils next Tuesday,
Aug. 20. ;
The meeting wui oe heia in
the La Boca High School sty
halL It wUl begin at 4:30 pa.
At the Governor last meetv g
with officers of the arte coun councils,
cils, councils, the paraiso council reuest-
Ud the passi-geway.
A namoer ei ourer mauera a--so
are on the agenda.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, AUGUST 1W
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Month, m aavAiwt
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rq ONI VlAW. tN APVANCt.
TtiH IS YOUR FORUM THI RtADIRI OWN COLUMN
! : TIm Mall ok ll in epen"orum
Letters an received gratefully and art nanqiea ja a wbuiit
"'Twvoa eorirribure a letter don't be Impatient W M doatn'l appaat tha
next day. LttHr art published la the order raeaivad.
riaata try te kaap tha lattari limitad ta ena aaae length.
, Jdantity of lattar wrltara ii held in trrleteit eonfidanca .
Thta newspaper assumes no ratpaniibility far statements ar epialOM
expreuad la lattari from readers.
THE MAIL BOX
I SOVEREIGNTY EXCEPT TAXES
Sir:. . ;
sentntlve in Congress
-SttdsX HoweVr there was Sb?
:ns to influence the Congress to declare re Cnal fone a
JpoMession" lor income tax purposes,, but for nothing else,
-The Government of Panama; and its people evidently agree
if 1. ? "nMMssion" for the U.S. tax purposes as' it has raised
KBSSSSfttotM-m all columnists, in Panama new-
- -rme instigation of this letter1 is two items pXMWrtalT g
..Sj$ with Panama 'which initiates new discriminatory mens-
An Amercan citizen retired as an employe of the Panama
Carimniedlately loses his privilege to buy in the Canal .Zone
Sfnbe arrested as a trespasser. An American citizen re re-from
from re-from cSn employment in the Armed services loses no
SSuSe? A retired civan employe of the US. Army died In
37.a Hosnital having been treated by American doctors and
S. n atmosphere he was accustomed to. However, a
Wed emnlove of the Panama Canal who was a resident of
I1?'" ,?p.v2."i L VS- 7.on. one Hock from Gorgas
ttal had to be trapoTted to the foreign country of Pan-
WlXw by. the staff of San Fernando Hospital A
televised call for Diooa aonora una nw" 'w -v
fomething is wrong somewhere when Congress is working
See all equal under the law and at the same time makes
which" discriminate according to the agency of tha Gov Gov-.eminent
.eminent Gov-.eminent for which an American works a lifetime.
J J. A. Noledy
ff TWO-THIRDS TOO MUCH INDEED
"A I should like to add my two cents' worth to the general feel feel-to;
to; feel-to; of disgust (States taxpayers' disgust, that Is) at the glib
manner with which the members of the recent Pan American
Road Congress decided to apportion the cost of constructing toe
I fceartily endorse "Factfinder's" Mall Box latter of Aug. 0
' aid can add little to it, since he appears to have covered the
matter more than adequately.
tha Army quaintiy phrasea it
hfis Interesting letter.
... ? Tn xneet Uncle Sam to ante
tHN Tn.mJv sroieci li aownrieht asinine. Ninety per cent of
Ktfafc benefit derived will be enjoyed by the 18 Latin American
countries enaring tn one-mira oaiance or cosi.
'.VFov myself, I'd as soon contribute my hard-eamed tax dpi dpi-lam
lam dpi-lam toward a highway to deepest Somallland.
AH Shook Up
MISERY LOVES COMPANY
V, Wai Lnterested In "A Disgusted Customer's" recent Mall
Box letter describing the filthy opratlon of the La Boca clubhouse.
' j-Since rrtsery la said to love
comfort to this observant Local
emporium known unttffectionately as "the greasy spoon"
la no better.
"J Dishes are dirty, service is lousy, food Is foul and flies flour flour-Ian.
Ian. flour-Ian. Money handlers muck around with vmnds and surely epi epidemic
demic epidemic is Just around the corner.
Last Angry Woman
I To every Panamanian I would like to relate this message:
' "Get down on your knees and pour out your heart and mind
to God at the very moment you read this, for the time Is coming
when the Son of God shall appear to make the final Judgment"
j I would likt all Panamanians to Join with me In two weeks'
universal prayer at the hours of 6 ajn., 12 noon and 6 p.m.
starting ug. 17. Let's all of us Join together and help Panama
Ct right with God.
PANAMERICAN INVESTMENT CO., INC
Notice of Annual Meeting of Stockholders
Not! 1 hereby given that the Annual Meeting of tha
Stockholders of Panamerican Investment Company, Inc., a
orporatlon of the Republic of Panama, will ba held on
the 1st day of September, 1957 at 10 o'clock In the fore fore-Boon
Boon fore-Boon at tha office of tha Corporation, Avenlda do Eita Eita-f
f Eita-f o, No. 7106. Sao Paulo, Braail, for the purpose of:
mwuuuui me eieciion oi
tlon for tha paat year.
Examination of the CorporaUon'a balance sheet for the
dVak .AYa ii m a a
, mo, u iouna to ot m oraer approvaj
i. To receive and eonaider a report of tha acta of tha
, .sal ...
tsuvnwn, oijiccra ana management oi tea corpora corporation
tion corporation during tha past year and. If found to be in or or-der.
der. or-der. to approve, such acta.
Section of Directors for tha following fiscal rear of
X To consider and act upon
Dated: Jul T7. 1957.
' ta.BO 84.00
for eeadera of The A7,,e";
But at least I can "concur" as
and compliment Factfinder on
ud twd-thirds of the cost of
company, it may bring some
Rater to know tnat the Diablo
A Hard-praying Man
tne oincera or taa eorBora-
auch other business as may
WOODS W. STATOIT.
SecraUry mni Treaaarer.
. By VICTOR RIESIL
BERLIN: This espionage, coun counter
ter counter espionage and intelligence busi
ness is One of this town's heavy
industries. You couldn't get a
hotel room here from the mo
ment word came that the boys
on the other side of the line in
East Berlin were building a re-'
viewing stand in Marx-Lein Platz
for Comrade .Khrushchev. For
days our boys prepared to pick
up whatever scrap of information
they could from eye witness ob observation
servation observation of the type of aircraft
Khrushchev uses to the identity
of the unfamilar faces around the'
Russian chief. These are faces of
men who may be body guarding
him or actuallyvkeeping liim un under
der under surveillance "for other powers
Somehow all this mundane and
un-cloak and dagger kind of, open
air "espionage" pays off. Our
experts, for example, now- do be believe
lieve believe they know the full story of
tne recent purge m tne Kremlin
very definitively, tne story is
this: it truly pivots around the
yearnings of a self-educated pea
sant-born man who earned his
early living as a plumber in a
mine. This is Nikita Khrushchev
His yearning was an inner drive
to become the intellectual Social
ist leader and theoretician in the
Soviet's bayonet-rimmed world. He
wanted to add a hyphen to the
Marx-Lenin Stalin combo and
link the name of Khrushchev to
the great philosophers of hit socie society.
ty. society. This blunt, impulsive man is a
philosophical Communist. He be believes
lieves believes in world revolution and
Marxisit domination of the globe
in contrast with the muscle-
minded Molotov and Malenkov
who long ago cynically stopped
pretending they were anything
but a mob moving in on any ter
ritory they could.
A careful rereading of Khrush
chev's speech to the Soviet's 20th
Party Congress in February of
1556 will disclose most of this.
In that spaach, Khrushchev net
not anly dug his nails daep Irv Irv-ta
ta Irv-ta Stalin' corpse, but began
saying in affecf ta all Commu Communist
nist Communist leaders of the world look,
you don't have to fellow Mos Moscow
cow Moscow because w have the mon money,
ey, money, muscle u and- military man manpower.
power. manpower. Follow .ut because we
are the great feuntainhead of
Socialist thought. We won't push
you around. You are free to cri criticise
ticise criticise and discuss. But we know
that you will see Moscow as the
Mecca of Communism.
To prove to himself and to the
Communist world that the boys
in the satellites would now love
him for his mind and superior
Marxism, Comrade Khruschev
eased up the Russian secret po police
lice police hold on soma of them. To
prove that he was succeeding, he
needed Marshal Tito, however.
Tito was tha first to break. A re reconciliation
conciliation reconciliation with Tito would, prove
that even the toughest of those
outside Russia were now recogniz recognizing
ing recognizing Moscow and Khrushchev as
the world's Communist spiritual
and philosophical leader. But Ti Tito
to Tito balked in true Balkan fashion,
because Tito has now become a
typical Balkan dictator. He is not
interested in anything but survi survival.
val. survival. So Khrushchev eased things a
little more in the other satellite
Communist nations. Then thinss
popped. Poland got tough. He flew
in from Moscow. And Poland told
him off right in Warsaw. Hunga Hungary
ry Hungary revolted and Russia Jiad to
snow its fangs thus losing con considerable
siderable considerable prestige around the
world. The entire Russisn econo economic
mic economic machine was disrupted by
turbulence in the satellites and
unrest st home.
"Last December, Molotov and
Malenkov and Co. decided to move
in on Comrade K real fast and
hard. They had one powerful bloc
behind them. This is what I no
hesr referred to as the Russian
"technocrats." This is the old.
comfortable band of men who ran I
Russis's mammoth industries from j
heated offices in Moscow. This!
crowd, you might say, is the Com Communist
munist Communist version of an industrialist
combine. They are, or were, Mos-
cow's "rich" men cars, villas,!
money, and expense accounts. j
With their support, Molotov, Ma-'
lenkov and Co. thought they were
unbeatable. But they didn't reck reckon
on reckon on another philosophical Com-1
muajst Mao Tse-tung, now. real really
ly really the only "great" world Marxist
left. The Chinese warned the Rus Russian!
sian! Russian! not to purge Khrushchev.
The bareheaded peassnt from the
Ukraine was ssved. But he was
taking bo chances. Ha swung back
by decentralizing all Russian in industry.
dustry. industry. This took control away
from the Moscow "technocrats."!
Their friends, Molotov, Malenkov,!
and Co., discovered their Techno-'
erst friends were going to be dis-;
persed right across Siberia. So, a
few months sgo tbey moved fast
once more. Tbey tried to purge
Khrushchev. This time Gen. Zoo-
Aov rushed in with tha Russian
version of the Marines. Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev purged tha pursers.
Tha impulsive world revolution revolutionist
ist revolutionist dumped the "rick", conserva conservatives.
tives. conservatives. Tomorrow, tha world.
Lost On Mt. Blanc
CHAMOKLT, Trance. Aid. 17
SrP) Hop was abandoned today
r three Atpiaista who disap disappeared
peared disappeared last Sunday aa anew-capped
Tha pilot of a search plana who
explored the 15,701 foot mountain,
Europe's highest, reported two
avalaaebe Bear the summit but
aa trsee of. tha climbers, two
Yugoslavs and a Pole.
NIA Samca, Inc.
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER
Yesterday's News Today: It's a
quick switch from one London Pol Polish
ish Polish saloon-keeper to another for
Eva Gabor. when she flipped from
Polish John Mills (of Les Ambas-
sadeurs) to Polish Siegt bessier
(of Siegl's Club), and these two
roies are .mtter enemies, aiegi
was in the wartime British army
... Whoislippefl me the, phony on"
Celeste Holm and Jonn ireianav
Thev haven't seen eachAother (or
months. ..Asiede to actor Bob Wag
ner: Remember lovely Fay Brash,
the gal you pitched to unsuccess unsuccessfully
fully unsuccessfully in Honolulu? She Just got a
sparkler from young 'Doug Mc-
Clure, of Bob Mitchum'a "The
Enemy Below." She's- aha snap snap-liest,
liest, snap-liest, sexiest ina& Hawajl. v
You'll Be Hearing More About
This Pinkoes starting a maudlin
whispering campaign to blame the
Monroe miscarriage .tragedy on
"worry over persecution of my
husband by .Congressional com committees!"'.
mittees!"'. committees!"'. ,.'V r
What Have We "Here? (No (Nothing!);.
thing!);. (Nothing!);. Next year'a "Miss Uni Universe"
verse" Universe" contest will have entries
from Russia and Poland for the
first time. (Since when are they
in the Universe?)... Alan Ladd's
daughter, Carol Lee Ladd. and
Edmund O'Brien's brother, play playwright
wright playwright Dam O'Brien, have call called
ed called the whole thing dff..t Today's
Bob Neal Item: The oil-millionaire
discovered Tania Veliathe Yugo Yugoslav
slav Yugoslav Olympic star who scrammed
the Iron Curtain lor a Warner con contract...
tract... contract... Ronnie Burns, the Burns
and Allen young 'un, dating Joan
Adams, and Joan Adams happens
to be Miss Nevada! She works at
the Hotel Sahara. ..That Hollywood
heat wave isn't helped any by
Richard Brooks, the "Brothers Ka Ka-ramaaov"
ramaaov" Ka-ramaaov" director, and Metro ac-
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'Something' We Can Do
m- jaw. a
tress Angle Dickinson... Did you
hear about the two gals who went
to a costume ball one went as
Eve. The other went unnoticed.
(No, no, Mortimer;;;n6t that )
Date Line. Smogville: First call
that Al Anthony, the Dot. star,
made after arriving in Cannes was
to Hollywood and Yvonne; Lime,
who is no California lemon.. .Sing
er John Carroll, who used to be
movie actor John Carroll, stars
at Mocamho with Kay Brown,
hie nrntoffc. (And what s a nro-
tege, papa?).., Bert Convy lost
the "L'il Abner" movie role. He's
too short. He is.six.-one and a half
short. .. Vic Mature and his wife
occasionally:) date though estrang estranged,
ed, estranged, but he phones Kuth-KeUy, the
Not Much Of-Anythiag: Willie
Hartack, the ace jockey whose
earnings on the nags exceed $250,t
000 yearly, ia as busy socially, as
he is improvipl the -breed. --.Hi
dates witn two-teggea niuea : in include
clude include Sara Thompson, daughter of
the trainer, and model Carmelita
Gibbs.,., Did anyone mention this
twosome. I mean "Shinbone Al Alley"
ley" Alley" producer Peter Lawrence a"d
Mrs. Beldon Kattleman, ex of the
Vega hotelier? .',. Helena Ai Ai-mee,
mee, Ai-mee, the Chateau Madrid diseuse
(what th, daddy?) is grooming
for Bway dramatic, parts. Pity
the Chateau Madrid's poor owner.
Angel Lopez ran two horses the
other day. Both won. But he for forgot
got forgot to parlay them. ',.
Less Data Than Dissai Genl
Spaulding, a model who one dat dated
ed dated King FatsowhatS hisnSme,
just received a birthday present
from his p h 0 1 0. T One pho
to for sale real cheap.) ....
Calling All Publishers: Buck Buch Buch-wach,
wach, Buch-wach, the hottest. city editor in
T2F' r AJQW
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Cxi, .Ti t.Tr-A"- ;
the Pacific (Honolulu Advertiser),
is writing the funniest book about
Hawaii ever put between covers...
FLASH! Ed Small sold his. inter interest
est interest in Television Programs of A A-don,
don, A-don, a swell, smart gentleman...
Is This Cricket: Did you know
that in Dee's golf games, everybo everybody
dy everybody is allowed to take at least two
Shots off "Ihe first tee and then
pick the one liked best? ...Defini ...Definition
tion ...Definition bf Big Time:' Harry Mufson,
fabulous genius who built Miami
Beach's fantastic Eden Roc Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. (1'vs been around the world,
but never saw -anything like it.)
He's a wonderful guy, too.. .Failure
of some of the book reviews to
include Joey A d a m S' hilarious
"Cindy and' I" in tha best-seller
lists, may bring an investigation.
(By whom?) It sold many mora
copies than some of the books
that made it, written by the in insiders
siders insiders from that "clique." ., .
Thought: If all the. world loves a
lover, how come there's so many
copsin Centra! Park? V; s
Bow This' Guy Gets Around (Me
I Mean):; Meg Mylea the oompby
songstress who is now a blonde,
but still oomphy, showed up at the
Steve Allen show with MaeLerner,
a Philly nitery owner ...Bob ,4ope,
currently filming "Paris Jloliday"
In Parly and where else, cabits
that a little knowledge' can be i
dangerous thing. After a couple of
bad experiences talking io French
gals with his high school French,
Bob Says "I'm sticking W 'Bop-.
eurj 1 know that's cle.11 J
artin : Balsam (he's in UA's
"Time Limit" with Richsrd Wid Wid-mark)
mark) Wid-mark) and Joyce Van Patten, the
pretty actress, are what press
Sents call a "duo." ...Roger Price,
te h:g Drnudles man, and come comedienne
dienne comedienne Pay DeWitt (no relative of
Georgie; are having laughi to together
gether together ... Sharyn Jeen, the China
Doll, is an exotic decoration at
Jack Gershon's Park Ave. Steak
House in Monticello. This is where
the Summer resarters in the
nearby Borscht circuit sneak a a-way
way a-way for lobster in the new Gold
Room. ..Italian eyeful Giorgia Mill
may coma here for the preem of
"The Quiet American" whieh
would make Joe DiMaggio a hap happy
py happy American.
More of the Same: Freddie Kar Kar-ger,
ger, Kar-ger, ha's Jane Wyman's ex, is
dividing his time between a couple
of Janes named Jane Wooster and
an Arthur Murray teacher named
Jane Larkin and I guess he likes
Janes ..; oomeone ought to tell
Warner's how Flo Ziegfeid'a name
Is pronounced. It Isn't pronounced
the way Ann iBlyth and everyone
-I.. 1. liTn. TT-l r mt i
ciB iu tut iiucn mvr&mu outry
.. 2. c : .ii .
irunuuicc run Bieg-ieeeeia. 41 s
Zieg-f eld. (Class dismissed.) .
Producer Brynie Fay's latest pro
duction s Lya di Leo. the Italian :
actres. Ana wnat a production!
The Biz There's No Biz Like:
It's ironic that the-Ziegfeld Follies
which opened at the Winter Gar Garden
den Garden on Broad war last Winter- is
closed, but tha Ziegfeld. Follies
wmcn opened a couple of months
earlier n Miami at the Latin, Quar Quarter
ter Quarter on Broadway now -but under
a different title. This is the last
of tha Lou Walters' spectaculars
for tne L.Q. before leaving it to
build hu own Miami club and
the greatest ever produced by this
"Modem Ziegfeld' as he was dub dubbed
bed dubbed hre many years ago, with
such wonderful acta as the danc dancing
ing dancing Szonys, aingers Gillian (beau (beautiful)
tiful) (beautiful) Grey ad Bob (handsome)
Kennedy: tbe amazing Morlidors:
George Vataoa, tha sensational
mime: the DeWnairs; comedian
Jack Durant, who ia tha star of
the show, and tha mo-t hesutiful
gala since or before Ziggy. (Hi,
there: Chic James. Simon Me Me-Queen
Queen Me-Queen and Mitsuko Morigal.) All
I can say U what a show at the
Definition From The Bway Lexicon-
Marriage: When aa ache in
the heart is changed ta a pais la
tha peck. i
WASHINGTON Despite Presi
dent .Eisenhower's angry denial
that he ever appointed, an ambas
sador because of political coutri
buttons, the Senate Foreign Rela
tions Committee has discovered
quite by accident that the State
Dtpartmei.t clears every diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic appointment with the Repub Republican
lican Republican national committee.' v
A State Department stenograph
er made a slip and sent the wronsr
letters to Foreign Relations chair
man. Theodore Green (DR. I.J The
letters were supposed to have been
sent to the ranking Repuh'kan,
Seu; Alexander Wiley of Wiscon
sin.- 1 ct'
Instead, Democratic Senator
Green was assured on two. occa occasions
sions occasions that ambassador-nominees
had been cleared with the Repub Republican
lican Republican National Committee.
Green has now demanded to
know, whether the State Depart
ment, or the Republican national
committee is running our diploma diplomatic
tic diplomatic service, ';'
The Foreign Relations commit
tee is also tracing the- political
contributions of key ambaasadors
ana ,nna overwhelming evideneo
that Ike just didn't Jcnow what he
was talking about or else wasn't
leiiing tne truth when ha said
campaign contributions didn't in influence
fluence influence diplomatic appointments.'
, The committee's findings indi indicate
cate indicate that diplomatic posts are put
on the auction Mock and almost
sold for cash on the barrelhead
to campaign contributors..
. ( ROLL-CALL OF
The chief money-raiser for last
year s campaign, GOP National
Treasurer J. Clifford JFolger, was
appointed Ambassador to Belgium.
He and his wife not only raised
money, but gave $10,500 out of
their own pockets. Aside from his
money raising ability, Folger,has
no other known qualification : for
handling our complicated foreign
Total contribution of $8500 have
been, traced to James David Zel Zel-lerbach's
lerbach's Zel-lerbach's immediate family. He's
the California paperbox king who
was named Ambassador to Italy,
a .iuicy diplomatic plum.
Ike's new ambassador to France,
Amory Houghton, coughed up 16 16-000
000 16-000 and his son gave another $2 $2-5C0.
5C0. $2-5C0. John Hay Whitney, Ambassador
to Britain, has long been a big
Republican contributor. Ten7, con contributions
tributions contributions have been traced te him
and his wife, totaling $30,000, Oth Other
er Other family members also donated
heavily to he 1954 campaign.
. The former ambassador to Den Den-maik,
maik, Den-maik, Robert T. Coe, got his job
after contributing to the Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower campaign ir. 1952. Ha reported reportedly
ly reportedly was asked for a mora substan substantial
tial substantial donation 1956. The records
show his iamily scraped up $3190.
.,.' was mora than thai, I dou doubled
bled doubled my 1952 .contribution," Cos
told this column by .'long-distance
phono from his home r In Cody,
Wyo. But apparently ft-wasn't e e-nough;
nough; e-nough; he was.kicked out as ambassador.-
. ; v : -.
Coe admitted h mi lunuini
at his replacement, but denied it
had anything to do with his cam cam-paign
paign cam-paign offerin. r ,t
"Dont you get me in trouble in
Washington,'? said ;
' SOME MONEY IS HARD
. TO TRCl
; It's no secret that 'only a per percentage
centage percentage of tha Jaetual rinniisn
contributions are officially record-J
eat. The b!sirce is often : passed
nnaer. the table. All Ike's non-career
ambassadors are known to
have donated to the political pot
However, it's difficult to trace
the individul contributions. For
example, Jefferson Patterson, am ambassador
bassador ambassador to Uruguay, gave $4000
to the Eisenhower campaign in
Dayton, Ohio. The records also
show another $20,000 contributed
by Jefferson Patterson and his
wife in Washington.
Robert Thayer, ambassador to
Rumania, is listed aa donating $1-
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'HIBCERAS" .... 4
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"JUNIOR" Sept. t
, "ESPARTA i..f Sept. 16
"PARISMINA'V ....;....... Sept. 22
.Weekly ftailinzs ? twelve patsenxer htoi to New
. York, New Orleias, Los Aurcles, Su Frudsco
- -, tad Seattle.
If ICLU. ROUND TXJF PASSEMtiER r ARES FROM
C OUSTOBAL AXDOR BALBOAi
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Te Stew Tork aad Betan ..;..........,tJ4J0
-" To Leo Angelas and 8aa Prajielaeo and
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Ta Seattle and Ketani UiSJ
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TELEPHONES: : ...
CRrSTOBAL 2121 '. PANAMA 2-2904
000 via tha American Embassy la
Vienna, Austria. To contributions
of $1000 and $2000, respectively,
have been traced to Mrs. Thsyer
in Vienna. Still another S2000
shows up in the record, con'nbut con'nbut-ed
ed con'nbut-ed by Mrs. Thayer in Washington.
. The evidence clearly shows that
the political spoils system is fol followed
lowed followed in handing out diplomatic
posts. This may explain why the
United States has suffered ao ma many
ny many diplomatic setbacks. ;
Note -. The man who stirred op :
the controversy over political am ambassadors,
bassadors, ambassadors, Maxwell Gluck, admit.
ted contributing $36,000 to two Ei-'
senhower "campaigns. He was a
close friend, and associate of Ben
Javits, attorney brolhr of Sen.
Jack Jav.t -of New Yon Senator
Javits. aidu want, m appoint
Gluck from New York, so arrang-
ed with his,.. Republican Senate
friends' from Kentucky to appoint
him from that state, because Gluck
ktpt a racing stable in Kentucky.
- WASHINGTON PIMLINI
Red China has offered to send
arms to Indonesia's embattled
President Sukarno to help keep
his country under control. Indone Indonesia
sia Indonesia is drifting ominously close to
Communism. .. .Chip Robert, for former
mer former treasurer of the Democratic
national committee, is spending a
weekened on the Island of iBali
with President Sukarno later this
month. Evie Robert is betting he'll
counteract Khrushchev. . Ex-Un.
dersecretary of State Herbert Hoo Hoover,
ver, Hoover, Jr., once eased out of the
State Department, is now working
unofficially almost full rime at the
State Department. He's advising
on oil imports. Democratic Sena
tors are watching a possible con conflict.
flict. conflict. Hoover was once employed
as adviser by Iran, Venezuela,
Brazil, and Peru which export oil
to the United States. . .Senator
Douglas of Illinois has called on
the Treasury Department to
charge interst on huge government
deposits in the big New York
banks. Douglas claimed these
banks have been using over three
billion dollars of federal money
without paying one penny of inter interest.
est. interest. .Several -Chinese colleges
have been ordered to hold sum summer
mer summer school this year to reindoc reindoc-trinate
trinate reindoc-trinate students wavering away
from Communism. Hundreds of
students took advantage of Mao
Tse-ttmg a offer to allow govern government
ment government criticism. But there was
so much criticsm that China's
"Little Kremlin" ordered summer
vacation abolished so the students
could be re-educated.
March In Parade
CITJDAD TRUJILLO, Dominican
Republic, -Acg-. "17 (UP)-Thirty
thousand men -of the Dominican
Republic's armed forces marched
today in t parade as a' "prelude
to tomorrow's inauguration of
President, Hector B. Truiillo Mol
ina for a second five-year term.
The "parade : was reviewed by
President. Trjillo( his, brother
Generalissimo Rafael Leoaidaa
Trujillo, high government officials
and the members of 46 special
foreign missions accredited for jhe
A contingent of 2.500 VeUeiueJan
soldiers and airmen sent for 'the
occasion took' part in the parade
were .applauded .by .an esti-
mate' 80.000 persons who lined
George Washington Avenue, the
route of march.
LONDON (UP)-Daily MaU re reporter
porter reporter Paul H. Sargent was ac acquitted
quitted acquitted Wednesday of possessing
an "offensive weapon." A missile
which he wss accused of throw
ing, "to the danger of the public,"
turned out to be a cup.
i .Sept. 7
4 it H i
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DA1LX NEWSPAPER
7fawfrxiwxu 4 SPRED SATIN-SPRtD LUSTRE -GLIDE -ON
JAPALAC and the famous DRAM ATONE SYSTEM
cJake pleasure in -inviting their friends
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Social and Otkeise ; gjgSfe x
8j Staffer Panama ifj- :
? "r trim on v at double-ring ceremo- I V I
I ) iny officiated by. -the Reverend LV j I I H m$i ;W-
' fCZZ 5a"y'eVeniV t the" Fori Amador V f"V 'J l::V, f i.
I -OVi. fV 1 -The traditionaN wedding march- , Uf , 4,
J v I :'t eg-. liiLeo tied with 7; U1. 4. 7 t TjL k f i ' i x' Vv (
i I- t4 MUunbhon, Force at Laughlin Air Force Base, J -. ;V .3 ,i ',;' I;,.:, '"V: "X- jj
I,; marriSK" by her father, wore a Miss Sandra B.livtau s . j 'O 1 4, f? A
' ' fl Jt'tJ walu-Je.ig'.u dre.s oJ jiaid-uppea Returns Te Florida " i Vilf Sl.H f a -, ,.',' V 4i f
, 'r "'J H uiamm; wee over statm, with Miss S..ndra Beliveau, who has t .. f H&rJ ZT" Is " f Jf' I Iff
, 1 bouon. .cauoped xM sKiil aim been visiting in Coco Solito at the ; t S i f W
t y mm lon ..eeves coming to a point at home ol her brother-in-law and - , f I ' -' ' t V1-'- V' -' -?- U' )c
''' !r-'- 1 me iiie sora- a.ecKune 8ister, Mr. 'ant, Mrs. Donald G. l j X 'H 1 v f 7k-r ,1
' a.- -JoJy ? y- I- I ana odice were embroidered with Vose, left lueaday by plane to re- -.. y I V z J it I ' V j
DOCTOR AND MRS. WILLIAM JAMES CARSON, Jr., are shown
5 following their wedding Wednesday evening at the Fort Am
, dor Chapel.
! 'ambassador and mrs. i. l. henders6n
JIOjyOR VISCOUNT AND LADY COBHAM
The British Ambassador and Mrs. Ian Leslie Henderson
gave a dinner party at the British Embassy pn Friday In
honor of Viscount Cobham, the Aew Governor-General of
" New Zealand, and Lady Cobham.
,, Guests included Governor and Mrs. William E. Potter,
Mr. Camilo Levy Salcedo, Mrs. Matiide de la Guardia, Miss
'' Beatrice Lyons, and the First Secretary of the British Em Em-bassy
bassy Em-bassy and Mrs. E. T. Biggs.
Miss Kathtrin Jun Cress
Marries Dr. W. J. Carson, Jr.
Miss Katherine Jean Cross,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
K. Cross of Balhoa, and Doctor
William James Carson Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs: William J. Carson,
also .)t Balboa, were joined in ma-
Crundig HI-FI Radios and
variety of models,
Muebleria CASA SPARTON
Central 26-109 Calidonia
'ine bride; who was given ui
marriage by her father, wore a
waltz-ieiigUi dres ot naid-suppeu
tiiaiitiiii ace over statin, with
boiloii' .caiioped .all ., sKJit ano
long s.eeves coming to a point at
ana oodice were embroidered with
Her elbow length veil: of tulle was
1..V..H1 lu pieaieu .tulle cap!
emuroiderea with French sequins
sua ked pearls, -he carried a
bouquet of white roses.
The ma trim of honor was Mrs.
Jean H.duaeus, sister vl the
oriugrojin. ane wore a .princess
style iurquuisei Arel faille dress
wiin a turquoise circular head headpiece
piece headpiece and carried a bouquet of
Mr. Robert K. Heddaeus served
as besi mail. Ushers were Mr.
Miss Sandra Bolivtau
Returns Te Florida
Miss S..ndra Beliveau, who has
been visiting in Coco Solito at the
home of her brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. ant Mrs. Donald G.
Vose, left luesday by plane to re return
turn return to her'homi in Hialeah,, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Miss Beliveau, a popular student
at Huleah Hign School, has been
visiting here since early summer
when she accompanied Mrs. Vose
and ner infant son, Donnie J. Vo Vose.
se. Vose. when they returned to the Ca-
.nal Zone lollowing a snort visit
with her parents ana other rela
Mrs. Helen Roth
Loaves For States
Mrs. Helen Roth of Kingston,
Pennsylvania, leu luesaay mom-
inr ''t-.lari ffnr Miami ITlnrirlA
Charles McArthur, Mr. Thomas foiloWing a six-week's visit with
Peterson, and Air. Paul O'Donnell
Mrs. Cross, mother of the
bride, wore Dlue lace dress over
blue satin, with a headpiece of
matching blue trimmed with
rhinestones, and she had a cor
sage of pins rosebuds. Mrs. Car Car-sou,
sou, Car-sou, mother of the groom, was
clad in a lovely dress of pink lace
over satin with matching pink hat,
and me had a corsage. of white
A reception was held at the
Fort Amador Officers' Club,'
which was decorated with white
roses and1 carnations. Mrs. Nita
Hariman, tne nriae s aunt, was
in charge of the decorations, and
was assisted ny Mrs. Jeanne
Magnuson. Mrs. Hartman also as
sisted the bride's parent at the
reception. Mrs. Elizabeth Brown
was in charge of the guest book.
Mrs. Marguerite Maphis and
Mrs. Douglns Suddaby cut the
three-tiered wedding cake.
For her coin, away costume.
the bride wore a navy blue shan
tung tlress with blue and whital
checked boloro jacket, and navy
and white accessories. The cou
ple left the lollowing day by plane
for Miami, Florida, and will make
their home in the United; States.
The bride graduated with a de
gree in Elementary Education
from the University of Maryland
in June 1957, where she was, a
member ana Vice President of the
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.
Doctor Carson graduated from Ok Oklahoma
lahoma Oklahoma A and M College in June
19S5, where he was a member of
the Ft Kappa Alpha Fraternity,
Alpha Psi Veterinary Fraternity.
American Veterinary Medical As
sociation, Blue Key Fraternity,
and i.lpha Pi Mu Fraternity. .For
the nast two years he has served
as an officer in the U. S. Air
her brother and sister-in-law, Mr
and Mrs. Donald L. Gifford, "at
their home in New Cristobal.
'Wedding, Aug. 28
Miss Barbara Ann Ely, whose
engagement to William Melvin
Frame of Coushatta. Louisiana.
was recently announced, will t be
married Aug. 28 at the Fort Am a
dor Chapel at 7:00 p.m.
No invitations will be sent. All
friends are cordially invited to
the weddtag ceremony and the re
ceplion which will follow in the
ballroom of the Tivoli Gust House
Dinner Party Honor
Mrs. Ma Dodson
A dinner party in honor of Mrs.
Mae Dodson, staff Nurse at Cor
co Solo Hospital, is being planned
by her friends lor Aug 30 'at '6:30
p.m.lThe dinner is to be eld at
the Hotef Washington.
All friends of Mrs. Dodson are
invited to attend. Price per per person
son person will be $4.50, and revervationi
my be made by contacting Miss
Ethel Nordstrom before Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Aug. 28.
Imporlanl Birth Announcemenl
Recent pleasant news received from Detroit, Michigan an announced
nounced announced the birth of the Edsel. Its parents The Ford Motor
Company has the pleasure in.afionuncing st.ne to the public,
and will have it for sale as 1958 Models on September 4th.
Available thru your local Edsel Ford Dealer Agencies Cosmos,
S. A. Tel. 2-4721, Panama City or P.O. Box 3252.
At Hotel II, Panama'
A midsummer night costume
hall in honor of students here for
vacation wilt be held in the Out Outdoor
door Outdoor patio ot the Hotel El Pana Panama
ma Panama on Saturday, Aug. 31.
The music of two orchestras.
Clarence Martin and Lucho Az-
carraga will be featured, as well
as variety acts. Entertainment will
be highlighted by Calypso sifiger
"The Baron,' Dolored and ner
Trio, and the Dancers, Sparky and
Phiggy who recently returned
from a successful Central Ameri American
can American tour.
In keeping with the Informal air
of the costume dance, admission
will be tne unusual price of $1.49
per oerson, two for $2iH5. There
will be a "wishing well" where
odd coins tn be thrown for the
benefit of charity.
More than ten door prizes will
be awarded to holders of lucky
numbers during the course of the
Prizes will be awarded to the
group ot five or more couples
wearing the best costumes, as well
as to individuals.
SHOWN ABOVE is the speaker's table at the forty-ninth net lngr of the panama'-Area Armed Forces1 Distaff Execntlve-Coiin-
ells which was held recently at the Fort Oulick Officers.' Open Mess.N From left, to rifht art: ChsplalK Carroll-Chaphe,-, Mrs,
Milton L OKden Mrs. Robert M. Montague; Colonel Oines Perez, Army AtJantic Commander;fMrs.,.XouisV. Hlghtower,-fori
mer President and presiding Chairman of Distaff; Mrs. ; Thorn as L.-Harrold,: new. president and "-Presiding Chairman of Dis-
taff Mrs. Juan RaigOza; Mrs. Thomas J. Emroett, and U. Col.' Robert H.Townsen4 who deUvtred the main '.address", to'-thr
assembled Distaff ers. ' ' -','.'-'' .,'.
dol'ding, MrsGladys Stantor l and a.m &: utoy' J
Dinorah Ochy of Almirsnte
Th TTSO-.iWB Armed Forces
c...,i... renter has scheduled
------ .. mumji for servatory oi music ana irom we
"2S Ll'their SSJSl .tes where he :.tudied t
irviifmn and their dependents
At 'the present time, Mr. James
v. Hjrr!! a member of the Ca
nal Zone Art League,, is exhibit
ing many of his oil paintings. Ihe
naintines are on display from 9
Guoots Arrive For
Hollow y-Lim Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Wong
and the A. P. Lim family are en.
tertaininy the following guests,
who came tc attend the wedding
today of Miss Aurora P. Lim and
Mr. Lem A. Hoiloway: Mr.. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Patrick Parise of i'ensaco i'ensaco-ia,
ia, i'ensaco-ia, floriua; Mr. Alexander t".
Lim, Mrs. AvieUe, Pauline Lim
New Design MODESS is covered -with
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more absorbeocy more1 comfort I
Only New Design MODESS of offers
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MODESS,. the sanitary protection
that prevents worries. Twelve
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Another high-quality product of
On Monday at 8:15 p.m.Eduat-
do .Charpentfer Jr.,. 'famed Pana Panama
ma Panama flutist, will be featued in col collaboration
laboration collaboration with' the Charpentier
Mr.- Charpentier has' justf -returned
to Panama front the Paris Cbn-
ervatory of Music and from the
the Eastman School
All Servicemen ad
pende-ts are coridally
pendents are cordially
vent of the season.
roMwruin, ihh mm
Celobratos Sixth Birthday
Elaine Dorfman celebrated her
sixth birthoay at home with a
luncheon party; Tuesday noon. The
young guests who attended were :
Johnny Ambrose, Lolita Alfaro,
Debbv Bleakley.. Theresa Eggle Eggle-ston,
ston, Eggle-ston, Elda Farlow, 'Patricia
Grimm, Roiella Hall, Teddy Hen Hen-ter;
ter; Hen-ter; Jan Lmdh, Julito Massot, Massot,-Lyiw
Lyiw Massot,-Lyiw and Ginny Morrow. Charlie
and Terry Rose Nelson, Joey' Orr,
Jazmin Raymondo, Carlos. ana
Robert Selles. Vivia Thompson,
Phyliss and Stuart Warner,- .and
' Mrs Ditriman VaV assist4Vy assist4Vy-Mrs.
Mrs. assist4Vy-Mrs. Bruce Morrow and Ceha Ann
Dorfman, sister of the honoree.
Ft. tl.avten NCO Wives
Have Morning Coffee'
The regular' monthly Morning
Coffee of the NCO Wives' Club of
Fort Qlayon was-held Wednesday
St the NCO Club. Mrs. Duke. Mm.
Hicks,, 'and Mrs. .'Sullivan, were
guests, and Mrl. Gacerlin. and
Mrs, tieree were welcomed as
new members. ; ;
... it ,..,v:.tif:..-. 'K -).. 1 'i -iP
Mrs. Eva Moore presented infor information
mation information on assisting- in the Point
Four Pfogrim, and Mrs. Virginia
Dorsett was introduced as the new
publicity chairman fir the club.
Mrs. Beveny MicKenzie, ; enter entertainment
tainment entertainment chairman,, announced the
social meeting for' this month,
which will he held Aug. 28 at
7:30 p.m. Slides of Panama and
vicinity will be shown, and all
members, non-members, and new newcomers
comers newcomers to the Post are invited to
St. Peter's, La Boca f1-,-;.
A change in the time of tbe chor choral
al choral communion at St. Peter's church
in La Boca on Sundays has been
announced, effective tomorrow. It
will be held at the, former hour of
(mm means TOP ENTERTAINMENT!
1 1 X S f
I .,t L vi Xi 1
XmSf' i'l f than you think! I I
and her TRIO
in the CLUB 4:3
Fri., Sat. ti Sun.
winner ef last Wed. om
Variety Night Show,
pies surprise acts
. in the informal 1
Balboa Bar. Also te
M.C. on Wed. Variety
WEDNESDAY VARIETY NIGHT!
, exciting new acts ot 10 p.m.
7 in the Balboa Bar! 1
playtnr In tbe
Bella Vista Itoonl
las SPARKT and
PLUGGT oong aad
Plan Now to enjoy our tg COSTUME BALL
on Sat., Aug. 3 1 is honor of. visiting students!
2 orchestras, specie! ects, prizes!
Entrance $1.49, (2 for $2.9$)
id tit e J4errera 3a
xpress thanks to-th doctors, nursss and
other personnel of the Corgas Hospitd for thr many
attentions received during the1 stay of our mother
. . ; -.. ., . .. -0 '
Mrs. Jacinta de Herrera at that medical institution.'
10:30 insled ef.7 a.-m. -''
Tne Kev. Clarence W. Hayes.', of
Rio Abajo, will official at the
celebrations, .pending return -of the
priest in charge, as the ReV. Ro-.
ger Greene, who was substituting,
is leaving with. Mrs. Greeite for a
possible appointments in ,uhe .dio
cese of Florida.
' Other services will be Held .on
Sundays' at 9 a.m. and,7:30?p,m
as usual. 1 -" -1
' - iex-.Supper Sept.-' JJ
A 'box supper which "ws -post
poned by: the cheirguild sometime
ago will now take place next Fri Friday"
day" Friday" night at 7:30 in the parish
hall. It will be marked by an enter
; Plans areAalso underway by the
choir, to sponsor the director.- Miss
Myrtle Green,, in a song recital
at the ParaisO' theater on the eve
ning of Oct. 29.
Sunday School classes for all
ages will begin at 9:30 a.m.
The pastor will take the adult
class tomonow morning', until
teacher is appointed.
' Divine morning- and evening wor
shin services will begin at ir a.m
ani 7:30 p.m. with the.Bev.' Lbuis
A. Sealey, conducting .-the serv
J.WtV '.Smr lupiC L IiMw: :w
Service 'will," ber;.Refreshmfet
From Flowing Water. ?v vtw
vAt the Evening Service the guest
preacher will be the Rev Hudson
Yearwood,'. t. theological student at
the Golden Gate-Baptist Semina Seminary.
ry. Seminary. 1 Berkeley. Car. His topic will
be r "The Heality Oe God,;
-Classes for our-lVaining- Union
will meet .at -6 p.m. -'
St. PMil't' riiimi
Classes of ; Instruction? In. prepar
ation for Confirmation are. now
being held -at JSt. ."PaulV. Church
on Tuesday evenings at 7:30 p.m.
for jduus and Saturday .mornings
at iu priocK ior cnuaren.
Services on Sunday will be as
regularly schedule. Holy Commu
nion wilt be at a.m. wath a cel
ebration; in ?spamsn at : 7:30 a.m.
and Sung Euchanst at .1. a.m.
Church ; School will assemble for
instruction after Morning Prayer
at 10:45 a.m. and at evening Sol Solemn
emn Solemn Vespers will be sung at -7
The Parish Vestry will hold its
monthly meeting at the close of
By OSWALD JACOBS.',, f
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Con Lodz Strike
LODZ. Poland; AubT." 17- tUP)
Top-level Polish authorities ; ar arrived
rived arrived here today to investigate
the causes of a transport t strike
earlier this week. ,,' '; ti4 :-
-A comniisioa composed of gov government,
ernment, government, labor, financial and
transport experts; met, first with
dty; and transport officials in this
second largest Polish city and
then: sat dowa to 'bear ? workers'
complaints'. f i '.
The commission said it would
hear any and all complaints dur during
ing during the investigation, which was
expected to continue for about, a i
week..,-'- ; i .-,
last andWest did not( dlstWF
gnish. -themselves in the ; biddin.
If either had bid fotfr spades: the
contract would have been made
since all they would have to lose
would be one heart and two; dia diamonds..
monds.. diamonds.. .. , t;
However. -, South was allowed
to play four heails and East
started out to defend as "badly
as he had bid., .:
westr opened, the kinr'"bf
spades. last should have pvey-taken-
with the. ace and shot's
club right back.This wntlld have
lnaured two club trick for: his
side, stnd beaten the non track
since -declarer would tfU 'have
w ioe. a niamona.
West looked disrustedlv "; at
dummy and led-- his stngleloti
trump. South; won in hi awn
hand with Ihe queen, led a dia diamond.
mond. diamond. and finessed' dummy's
queen. 1 j ..
'.' Herreturned' to Kls own 'hand
with a second; trump and now now-West
West now-West came up with .a" real 4e-.
fensive play. ';
, He discarded Ais king- of 4ia ;
mondsf'"."- V v'-V.; c' :
' West had made a count of.the
hand and had decided' thut ac ac-clarer
clarer ac-clarer started with three spade,
five -.hearts,- king and -one -club
and. three dlamorids.'" if trf jst
three- diamonds ; lhchided 'tht
Jack, then West's, king would b
useless.-. If, last held thejac
West wanted te mak iiri rhit
he "could jet the lead with it.
west's, pia? worked, wittt aid
get in -with the jack of diamonds
and was able to lead the club -before
South had a chance to et
a discard on the lont--rtiitmnnrfi
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Excellent Food Cotd Drinks
Virginia Heelers. Ceme eat. Jeia this Kf. erewd
j" ' ad It together.
. -!'-f to l.-oo pjn... -:
Friday and :Stofdiy Night An. 16 4,17
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-O'cJbthes'or newv- f:
' Cos's. West. torSan" Francisco i 'S '-
; American CI tafent eJcome Brine; y Our music Jox.
ill v.- Pa:y- Eapafiajtorri left" on Via.Perras -:
:r -, -vvv;anJ dowrt;to tht.' sea,.',., v,--.
' nce on the Veranda .under the- Sky- i
x "'- f r0' M-i 1 !oo''imiw'.; '.i i ; ;
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ten a weektv thlnr.
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siaSSr 903 AAA- Battalioa at Fort Davis, rrom tSe.top, clockwise: Captain Samuel E. Anderson, C. Cvof "C" Battery;
k itlJ&Vwtorc Person- Major Ernest & Ostromj'lst U. Oerald D. McElroy; CWO Arthur W.. Sherman; CWO Harold P.
Hann; Irt LtSS Art 'JnM C. BurrU;, Lt. Colonel. Alvl MeDuff and Ogden., (P.8,Any rhoto)
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witnwhrnM. 'Aiitf. 17 '(UP)
The Senate, Armed Services Com,-
1 r 1 d e n t 'EisennoW'
turar Nit"?- McElroy to succeed
Charles; wuson iooww
after a W-minute' open nearwg in
.Airh". McEboV oromised to f et
tid of au his Business mieresi.
nt 1ii toek in Procter & Gam
ipm of nich he U presweni..
Trhe Senate w expected, to ac
.U th- onmmitte's recommen
dation and formally t confirm the
aomination' IB thenext day or so.
5 Under questioning by thecom thecom-mrttM.
mrttM. thecom-mrttM. MElrov said he believed
the nation's economy must not be
u4.iinnj imt tnn mnph defense
nnHintf. But he assured the sen-
atorf there TO pe ho';w ho';w-miseof
miseof ho';w-miseof the country' defense be-
causet budgetary consiaerauuna
4 $Ht RespoMibiUties
He- said lie believed the chief
responstbiUty of a defense secre secretary
tary secretary is. to see to It that the a a-.
. a-. j).fii r adeauate 1 to
protect n iron ouuiM-iiw
te, support the ; V. & posiUon.. u
leadership Jn york t-J
rh -year-oia Mcau-oy ave
ftv. nmmitt a detailed usi 01
vYAis pusiness ,noiajng,i mu ."
Bot made puoucv. nas oeen xe xe-nnrtMl
nnrtMl xe-nnrtMl that., besides his Procter &
GamWe stock, he owns about $55,-
ooe worth of-, stock in Chrysler
Corp., and TSeneral Electric Co.
. told the committee that he
would resign his directorships and
Sell his .stock in the two, xirras,
inasmuch as they have huge ae
fiDM centracts. This will avoid a
"eoBflict of interest" between He
New AEC Members
WASHINGTON, Xftrf. 'IT (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Senate today contirmed Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's choice of John
Si Craham and John F. Ploberg
to be new members of the Atomic
Energy Commission -.
The nominations were approved
bv voice vote without dissent.
Floberg, 4U who comes from Il Illinois,
linois, Illinois, replaces Thomas E. Mur Murray,1
ray,1 Murray,1 who was not reappointed
when his AEC term expired de despite
spite despite strong backing from Demo
Graham, Si-year-old North
Carolinian, succeeds the late John
1 v ;
ATTEND CHURCH TOGETHER
:M-SUNDAY SCHOOL j(Oas for erery aje)
"PapeslU win soon be aendlng their children to public
achool Sue 40 hours a week, about 1440 hours for t months.
' VTTfij xtot.grrt your child eonsisteot Bihls training?
-. EnroU nowl"
. ". .' : : '
; .1 i;C0--MBORN TO BE rc0DUCTIVE i
Z2tt teat of Christian living la the kind of fruit produced.
v. .John 14 la God's Word on the subject. Come.
' ..;..--' -: ; .'.,.,v.-" -I .- .'.
7:CTElTLIFTED REMEDY" j ;
"Sse4 em Num." Jl 'Jesus telli ns the curse and cure of
. ; Bin. Corae and bear the truth."
Elroy's official duties and his pri private
vate private Interests. ' :
; He also asked the committee to
give' him' six months to dispose
of his interest in four oil explora exploration
tion exploration .companies.
! 1 Sees No Conflict' ',
Committee Chairman. Richard
B. Russell (D-Ga) told newsmen
the Justice Department has ruled
that McElrov's retention of ms
Sfioo.ooo worth of Procter uam
ble. stock would not violate ; toe
"coniiict of interest" laws
: He noted that the company sells
soao oroducts to the '" Armed
Foices through a system of com
But' Russell said th committee
would insist that Procter & Gam
ble cancel it $ll,000-a-month con
tract with the government, tor
Operation of an ordnance" plant at
Milan, xenn. w
; McElrov testified that the com
pany some time ago notified the
Defense Department it did not
want to' renew the contract when
it expires jviarcn i, xvo. .
But since his, nomination, ae
said, ; arrangements have, 1een
made with the Army to terminate
the contracf by Oct. 1, i "possibe.
.JtcU0JWUateft tpJld Jewsmejj: it
wil b about a month,, beore he
takes over the .defense post from
Wilson, who is retiring to private
Ufa.- after, serving, 4Va years in
th rahinft. ,,,,
McElrov declined to. estimate
how. muck he will lose financially
by giving up his present szss.ouo-
a-year jod w mim m. j,vw--year
cabinet post. He said this
would denend on the orice'he sets
lrom tne saie ot nis Dusmesi omu-
ings. ,- 4 'j.,
US Agrees To Keep
Info (cnlid:nlhl i
OTTAWA (UP)-The XT. S. lot
ernment has agreed to prevent
any security information gathered
bv canaaa-' rrom soms: xo non
government bodies without Canadi Canadian
an Canadian permission, it was announced
todsy. 1 .," --
The 'announcement was made
in publication here of a note deliv
ered by the U. S. State Depart
ment on Tuesday to the Canadian
Embassy in Washington, it fol followed,
lowed, followed, exchanges of protesting
notes and replies between the two
iw eminent following the suieide
of Canadian Ambassador- E. Her Herbert
bert Herbert Norman u Cairo this spring.
A HAPPY TIME
It Sireits FcrJy Tut
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i ii i
Cfcltcjp ki Z2 Sets
11! Ccnds Fcr Boys
Isi Rctid Ri3f J :
CHICAGO (UP)A boys court
judge net high bonds for- 11 1 de defendants
fendants defendants in the July 28 Calumet
Park a e i a 1 disturbance, and
charges against the 11 were upped
from disorderly conduct to city
and state accusations of violating
riot laws.'. t, j i
Norman N. Eiger, judge in boys
court, set the bonds at $1,000 to
$3,500 each at a hearing Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and -continued the cases to
Sept. 13. He said he set the bonds
high "because of the numerous of offenses
fenses offenses and because of the gravity
of the offences.".
"These cases damage the repu reputation
tation reputation of the city all over the
world," Eiger said. 1
; The 11 were arrested in a series
of skirmishes with police July 28.
The .disturbance began when a
group of white youths broke up a
picnic br a group of Negroes ii
Calumet Park. Scores' of persons
Six Villagers ;
Die Of Starvation
On Nepal Border
NEW DELHI,- India, Aug. 17
(UP Six villagers In India's Ne Nepal
pal Nepal border region have died, of
starvation, Jt was reported here
To All Those Vho Suffer
If you tr anyone fat your family uf uf-Ur
Ur uf-Ur from Oi nrmoton at melt indi-
fntion, ieur (tomaeh. dyapapda or
othar dlsturbanew cauxd by ovar acid acidity
ity acidity in tht atamach, than don't faU to
buy packaga of Nautraeld; .mix an
laaapeonnii in nair a glaaa of warn
watar ana arrnc it anar avary aal.
. nramera : ia a new -ftroouct mad
opaeiauy iB nuwrm aympiona 01 uier,
dyiMpala, BUffmaai. add indlsatUon,
itomach palna aauaad by acta and
TauVa navar hail mtrh Instant caTIa
Buy a packasa taday. Aak far Naatra-
aid te any mod druaMara!
i t i f
) BELIEVE IT OR NOT ; f.
T7E FINALLY SUCCEEDED T ;
' TO OPEN OUR E RANCH STORE ;
ALONGSIDE THE HOTEL 'EL PANASIA,
AT THE "iTILLO DE ORO." j V
. DROP IN S03IETT.IE .(TTIi
' A FET7 NICKELS) ;
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN
New! German Navy
Puts First Sub
JCIEL. Germanv. Au. 17 riTP
The first submarine of the new
west uerman Navy, a salvaged
World War U U-boat, was put into
service here todav.
The vessel was scuttled by its
crew in 1943 without having een
combat. The, 250-ton Joat, rechris-
tenea anarx, was raissd by a G'er G'er-man
man G'er-man shiplifting company last year
and overhauled at a shipyard
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Army Photo Contest
Extended To Aiio. 30
fThe closing date fof the tj.9.
Armv Caribbean nhoto contest
has been extended to Aug. 30,
according tor an announenirnt
made by Special Services, USAR USAR-CARD3.
The entry date has been ex extended
tended extended iron July 27 on th'j At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic aida and Aug.. 18 on the
Pacific. Side to offer all military
personnel added opportunity to
Join th, rompetlt'on.-
Prize, for both the prelimin preliminary
ary preliminary post competition and the
USARCARIB finals are aft add added
ed added lncentitr to both profession professional
al professional and amateur shutterbugs.
In both amateur and profes professional
sional professional classifications there are
three categories of competition:
Black ana white single photos 8
x 10 inches to is x 20 incnes;
black and white picture story,
series of hne to seven photos;
or 35 niUhmtter color trnpar trnpar-tncles.
tncles. trnpar-tncles. Military personrel on
active duty with the Army for
more than 90 days may Mibmlt
any number of entries In any
and all classifications. -v
Wlnnlnir entries of the USAR
CARIB contest will be forwarded
for entry in the all-Army com-
petition. Names of the winners i
will br announced on or about
Sept. 11- ; - :
Special Services- photo craft
shops are available nt Fort Am Amador,
ador, Amador, Quarry Heights, Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, Fort Kobbe and Fort Qulick.
These facilities and enipment
with instructors are available to
ail personnel durifTg off-duty
Army winners will com
pete with those from Nav, Air
v'-orce and Marine corps In the
seventh lnteraervii nntne-M.!
phy .contest to be held' .ri De
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trol Yua.., nationalist unina s mgn
est supervisory body, today v im impeached
peached impeached Nationalist Minister to
Australia Dr. Chen- Tai chu for
prematurely announcing the sta stationing
tioning stationing of U. S. guided missiles on
The "SO members attending to
day's session voted 29-21 for im im-nreachment
nreachment im-nreachment of the 45-year old en
voy. The decision will be passed
on to tht cabinet which will de decide
cide decide whether Chen should he pun punished
ished punished further.
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delightful. . danceable music
of ARMANDO B02A nd W Orchestra
featuring TITO CQNTRERAS Vocalist
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Assembly session opening Sept. 17,
it was announced today.
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died here today at the age of 110.
He is survived by 10 children, 25
grandchildren, 68 great-grandchildren
and one great great grand grandchild.
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Of Year And
Baltimore Into 1st Division
By MILTON RICHMAN
i fl NEW YORK, Aug. 17 (UP) Paul Richards
tyas squarely in line today for a "triple crown' of his
ewn ''manager of the year," "executive of the
, year" and the honor of being the only man in history
' fever to lead the Baltimore Orioles to a first division
finish since they entered the American League in
?Tiipliards. who serves as both
tleld manager and general manag manager
er manager nf the Orioles.' has them in,
' fourth place today, only four games
behind the third-place Boston Red
i If the Orioles wind up in the
first division, the lean, 48-year-old
Richards will have accomplished
a! Jeat that not even John Mc-
Gnaw nor Wilbert (Uncle Robbie)"
. Jtttbinson were able to do. Balti--,
rnflire finished fifth under McGraw
' iu,1901 and eighth under Robin-
spa a year later.
The Orioles dropped out of the
American League after 1902 and
hnve nevejr finished higher than
: sixth since coming back in three
' years ago.
t But they reached the .500 mark
Ust night when they defeated the
league-leading New York Yankees,
4H in 11 innings. Pinch hitter
tieoree Kell drove in Billy Good-
'niau, who had tripled, with an
' llfb inning single off Art Ditmar
, alter Yogi Berra sent the game
Into overtime with a pinch homer
, off winner Bill Wight in the ninth
t Despite the setback, the Yen Yen-ees
ees Yen-ees retained their 5Vi game
,2 lead when the Tigers beat the
cond-ple White Sex, 4-2. The
Jidiantl defeated the Athletics,
4-1, and the Senators blanked
, ifbe Red Sox, 5 0.'
The Cardinals snapped their,
tune-game losing streak and Mil Mil-Vtja.'ukee's
Vtja.'ukee's Mil-Vtja.'ukee's 10-game winning streak
with a 6-2 victory over the
Craves. Brooklyn .topped Pitts Pitts-Wgb,
Wgb, Pitts-Wgb, 4-1; the Giants beat the
Phillies, 8-7, in the completion of
avauspended game of, April' .28,
then defeated Philadelphia again,
. 2-1, in a regularly scheduled con con-test.
test. con-test. The Cubs won their fourth
straight wit han 8-6 decision over
the Redlegs' in 12 innings.
'. Back-to-back homers by Ray
Boone and Charlie Maxwell high-'-
lighted a four-run fourth inning ral rally
ly rally .that gave Detroit "its win over
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.the White Sox.
Hoeft scattered 11 hits for -lis
fifth victory. The game, played at
Detroit had been threatened by a
strike of concession workers but
37,445 fans attended after a pick picket
et picket line was withdrawn because on
a court injunction.
Southpaw Chuck Stobbs halted
Washington's five game losing
streak with a five-hitter against
the Red Sox for his sixth victory
The Senators scored four' of their
five runs off George Susce, Jr.,
sewing up the game with a three-
run rally in the fourth inning.
Rocky Colavito's two-run hom homer,
er, homer, his 21st of the year, broke a
2-2 tie in tbo sixth inning and help
ed MiKe Garcia post his sixth
triumph. Dick Williams also hom
ered for the Indians in the first
inning. Both homers came off los loser
er loser Aiex Kellner.
Forty two-year-old Walker Coo Cooper
per Cooper and Del Ennis supplied the
big blows in the Cardinals' Xvin
over the Braves. Cooper hit a two-
run double oft loser Gene Comey
in the first inning and Ennis belt belted
ed belted a three-run homer off Juan Pi Pi-zarra
zarra Pi-zarra iu the seventh. Lindy Mc Mc-Daniel
Daniel Mc-Daniel was the winner although
three pitchers followed him to the
. Southpaw Johnny Podres end ended
ed ended a .Four-game Pittsburgh win winning
ning winning streak although he needed
Ed Roebuck's assistance in the
ninth. Bob Purkey, whe defeat defeat-ed
ed defeat-ed Brooklyn three times "earlier
this year, yielded single runs In
the teceM nd feorth 1niWngs
and was driven from the mound
in the fifth when the Dodgers
scored two more runs on four
After Marv Grissom pitched 2-
2-3 scoreles innings to give the
Giants their victory in the sus
pended game which was resumedin relief of Johnny AntonelU.
R I O
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- CLEO MOORE-HUGO
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J ."' SCOTT BRADY to
I t "Ht WALKED BY NIGHT
Baltimore at New York
Boston at Washington
Chicago at Detroit
Cleveland at Kansas City (N)
Boston 000 000 0000 5 2
Washington 100 300 lOx 5 8 0
Susce (6-2), Minarcin and Daley.
Stobbs (6-15) and Berberet.
( First Game)
Baltimore 001 000 200 01-4 10 0
New York 100 010 001 003 9 3
Wieht (5-5) and Ginsberg.
Kucks, Byrne, Ditmar (8-3) and
Chios so 100 000 0102 11 0
Detroit 004 001 lOx 6 13 0
Wilson (13-8), Keegau, Fischer,
Hughes and Lollar.
Hoeft (5-7) and, House. :
fNiaht Game) ' s
Cleveland 100 002 0004 ft 1
Kansas Citv 000 200 0002 7 1
Garcia (6-7) and Hegan.
Kellner (5-5). Burnette and
in the seventh inning. Ray Jab
Ionski lamm.ed a two run Hom
er in the ninth to produce anoth
er Giant triumph in the regularly-
scheduled contest. Jablonski hit his
homer off Robin Roberts, who
sufferedihis 16th loss against eight
victories. It marked the 31st hom homer
er homer given up by Roberts this sea season.
son. season. Stu Miller was the winner
Flying Disc Man
from Mars (7-9)
HAAS VINCE EDWARDS
Leaglue?:L& -if 1
St Louis :
St. Louis at Milwaukee
Pittsburgh,, at Brooklyn -New,
York t Philadelphia
Cincinnati at Chicago
Cincinnati 010 013 100 0006 12 1
cnicago -00 000 100 002 8 12 2
Jowler, Gross (4-7) and Burses.
Elston, Brosnan (3-4) and Fan-
Pittsburgh 010 000 000 1 6 0
Brooklyn 010 120 OOx 4 9 0
turkey (10-10), Swanson, King
ana r ones.
Podres (10-5), Roebuck, i'i d
New York 100 061 0008 14 0
Philadelphia 311 002 000 7 10 0
Burnside, G. Jones, Barclay (7 (7-7),
7), (7-7), Ric'zik, Grissom and Westrum,
Hearn, Meyer (0-2), Roberts,
Farell, Miller and Lonnett.
(Suspended game of April 28).
New York 000 000 002 -2
Philadelphia 010 000 0001
AntonelU, S. Miller (S
Roberts (8-16 and Xonhettt
St. Louis 300 000 300-6 12 1
Milwaukee 000 000 2003 10 2
L. McDaniel (10-7), Wilhelm, Mi Mi-rell,
rell, Mi-rell, Mufet and Cooper.
Conley (8-6), Johnson, Jolly and
via jo r League
(Based en 100 official at bats)
r and C 6 AI I H Pet,
Aaron, jmu. ill 453 91 151 .333
Musial, St. L. 113 441 68 117 .S33
Mays, N.Y. 115 437 84 144 .330
Groat, Pitt. 87 351 41 116 .330
Robinson, Cin. no 447 79 147 3T9
Schoendienst M 111 478 65 152 .318
Fondy, Pitt. 94 357 43 113 .317
Moryn, Chi. 108 407 57 127 .312
Hodges, Bka. 111 406 66 131 .308
umou, Bkn. 103 380 60' 115 .303
wimams, bos. 107 354 79 139 .393
114 380 102 145 .382
108 368 57 117 .318
99 311 5399 .318
14 449 77 141 .314
113 421 71 -32 an
MCUOUgaid. NY. 105.404 73 17A Wt
Doby Chicago 91 321 46, 97 .300
Maizone Bos. 113 487 55 1 34 km
Sievers, Wash. 113 426 78 127 .298
weru, cieve. 1U 399 62 119 .298
Williams, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
v tt b rsr. i wb
71 43 .623
63 '50 5 tm
n 64 ; 51 .557 TV4
61 53 535 10
. 59 65 .518: .12
. 54 63 AiZ
43 69 .384 27 ;
. 41 72
Jensen. Red Sox
PITCHING W L Pet. 1
(Based e 11 decHioml
Scbmwl, Cards II 1 'At
Nariefkn Indians 2 JJ8
Dwvta, White Sox U 3 3
Sanfcn. Phils li 4 .7M
Onm. Yanks .1J ..7T
JmWy, Yank U .70
r WEW YORK,. Aug. 17 (TJP
A neat two-nit 6-0 shutout by Dick
Hau staued tne uiuiaio iBisons'
bid, to. open up a -clear lead: in the
International League race Friday
night, but the second-place Toron
to Maple. Leafs- failed to take ad
vantage by splitting a doublehead doublehead-er
er doublehead-er with Miami. a
, HalL given all the runs he need
ed to win by Johnny Powers' sec
ond inning homer, held the Bisons
in check all the way to notch his
third win against four losses. Karl
Drews, wno went six innings, was
tagged -vlth the loss.
-The Leafs", after- dropping 'the
first game, 4-3, bounced back to
win the Eightcap, 9-4, banging 1 a
quartet of Miami pitchers for 10
hits. Ray Semproch, who went all
tne way lor the Marlins in- the -o
pener, picked up hisr ninth win a
gainst' four .Josses, while Jim
rearce gained his 13th triumnh a
gainst seven losses in the second
me acuon ieit Bujtaio with, a
half-game lead over Toronto arid
a tnree and one-half game lead
over third-place Richmond:-which
dropped a 3-2 decision to Roches Rochester,
ter, Rochester, Montreal split a twin bill
witn Havana, losing the opener,
o-a, auu wuiniug me nigmcap, 4-0,
on Biliy Harris5 eight-hit shutout.
(First Game; 7 innings)
Miami 001-002-1 4--8-
Toronto 100400-1 3 51 J
aemprocn ana uuena; scnmitz,
Tiefenauc-r (6) and St. Claire. LP
Schmiti. HR Nelson. ;
Toronto 105-OO0-21X 9 101
Church, Qualters (3), Mason
(7),, Adams (8) and McCullough;
rearce aoa. jttoseiu. CflUrcn.
Columbus 020-000-202 6 111
Buffalo 000-000-000 02-4
Jttau and Kravitz; Drews, Duser
(i) ana iNooie. UK Powers.
(First Game, 7 Innings)
Havana : 116-100-0 9 142
Montreal 200-010-0 354
Pena and. Izquierdo; Barker,
Cristante (3), Vargas (4) and Ol
son. LP Barker..
4 l l-l
Cueche, Scantlebury (6) and.Iz-
quierao, Harris and Pignatano,
Richmond 000-000-200 2 5 0
Rochester 021-000-OOx 350
Kite, Post (3) and Chiti) Loven-
gutn and JJ. KicketU. LP Kite,
HRs Burgess, Kline.,
PAAF Cage League
Enters Final Round
Of Play Tonight
Tonight marks the beginning of
the final round of competition in
the 1957 Panama Area Armed
Forces League basketball action,
With the advent of Fort Clayton's
win over Albrook Wednesday night
tne pressure is all on Albrook to
win the rest of their games and
hope that someone else will ton-
pie tne uavauers.
Tonight the cellar dwelling A A-mador
mador A-mador Troopers invade" Fort Da
vis for a same with the fourth
place Army Atlantic Bushmasters
and tne Albrook quintet travels to.
Kobbe for a clash with the rough-
Monday night Clayton plays A A-mador
mador A-mador at the latter's gymnasium,
and the AA five invades the Al Albrook
brook Albrook gym for an encounter with
Wednesday night Albrook visits
the Amador gym for a gave with
the Troopers and Kobbe is slated
to clash with Clayton at the let letter's
ter's letter's gymnasium.
Saturday night Aug. 24, Army
Atlantic, plays at Clayton and A A-mador
mador A-mador will play at Kobbe.
Monday night Aug. 26, Kobbe
plays at Army Atlantic and Clay Clayton
ton Clayton tangles with Albrook., at y Al Albrook
brook Albrook in the season's finals. v
Today Encanto J5, J20
. Pier Angeli In, r
In Technicolor t. :"
Phil Carey In 1
"Shadow On The Window
Today IDEAL '20- JO
-SIGN OF THE PAG AX"
-MAN FROM THK ALAMO
Widen Cage league
Lead Over Albrook
In the "big game of the year"
Wednesday night Aug. 14. the Ft
Clayton Cavaliers widened their
PAAF league lead to two full
games over the runner np Al Albrook
brook Albrook AFB Flyers by humiliating
the Flyer five 88-58 at Clayton's
In the other PAAF encounter
Wednesday night the Fort Kobbe
Regulars downed a game Army
Atlantic Bushmester squad 49-39
in a Jow scoring game played at
the Kobbe gym. )
At Reeder gymnasium the cava
liers gained sweet revenge for
thee previous loses to the Fly Flyers,
ers, Flyers, this season! and it couldn't
have come at a better time.
The Cavaliers, leading by. a
mere' 15-12 score at the end of
the opening stanza, began to pour
it on l tne second quarter run running'
ning' running' np a 42-24 halftime 84-34 count
enabling the'm to coast to the win.
Forward Vera demons wss High
man for the Cavs with 25 points.
Center Sam Williams tallied 20 and
forward Jim Reynolds added
more-for Clayton. :
Emmett Bryant wss high for. Al
brook with is tsiiies.'
' At Kobbe the Regulars, leading
by a-slim 31-29 count at the end
of the third period, puSed away
in the final stanza uUcoring the
Bushmasters 18-10. V
Center Andy McCullough paced
the Regulars with seven buckets
and a free throw for 15 points.
Guard Dirk Alien added nine more
for the Regulars. including five
big tallies in the final stanxa.
"Big John Foster was high
man for the ,Bu$hmaster with 15
tallies. Guard Hal Terry added 10
L fi- -it
.markers to toe AA can?, -
Keith Kulig Tournament's y
Most Outstanding Player
j$ j t fLf
. HERSHEY. Pa., Aug. 17
ama Canal Zone team yesterday won the National Teener
Baseball Tournament here by
The territorial team, at large
entry m the nine -'team tourna
ment, was never headed after it
scortd three times to hrc-atf a 1 f
tie in the third innihg. The Canal
Zone teed the game with a seven seven-run,
run, seven-run, six-hit attack in the sixth.
:- Chieo Martin, after an unstea
ely irst Inning In which ho per permitted
mitted permitted three ef the five hits
raoed ap by k Tyrone, finished
strong and did not allow a man
reach base irem the secord
Inning-until Bob Hansard got his
second hit In the final frame.
'ry nte's John Stroup alaj was
stingy with hits but wildness-- re re-S$&JU
S$&JU re-S$&JU bis removal the third.
With the sack loaded, Gary Ness
greet StrouD'n relief m;ry, h....
clearing double. Ness repeated in
the sixth when he cleared up a
bases-filled situation with bis sec second
ond second hit of the game.
it was tne best hitting we had
gotten since we r a a h a a th
states," said winning manager
Mqi de la Pena.
;"And the pitching was better
than we could hope for." ''
Marlboro 5 Can Clinch
1st Place Tie Tonight
' By HERBERT MOISE
A victory toight by the Colon
Marlboro basketball team will as assure
sure assure them of at least a tie when
the final game of this champion
ship comes around next Saturday
Aug; (24, if. the Colonites do not
clmchj the title earlier on Wednesm frn thmn ZZl
day. t i : X
A the series now" statads, the
and wnites aref
three game up1 n, the "winding
side with no deieats while the oth
er three teams are one win and
two loses. After tonight Mould
Marlboro' win, Gallito and the
team losing the first game will
automatically lose all mathemati mathematical
cal mathematical chances of winning the title.
HoweVer, these teams may still
have chances to cop the runner runner-up
up runner-up title, v
In tonight's opener, the defend defending
ing defending champions Cerveza Balboa Balboa-will
will Balboa-will meet Panama Cigarettes. In
their, first meeting, Panama eked
out a two point victory over the
champs who played 2 poor games
as the season opened to drop be behind
hind behind "2-0" in the standing. In
their third meeting,' against Galli Gallito,
to, Gallito, they came roaring back from
a late stage 8-point deficit to win
in a hectic and rhubarb-filled con contest..
test.. contest.. ; :
During the regular' schedule,
Balboa linished on top with an
eight and two record.. Their loss losses
es losses came from the hands of this
same Panama team and from Ga
llito. Balboa', had clean-sweep rec
ords against Marlboro, La Aurora
de Bassan and Carta Vieja. On
the other hand, Panama also
clean-swept La Aurora and Carta
Vieja but lost to Balboa and Ga
Ilito (once each) t and twice to
Marlboro.. All during this season,
Panama and Balboa have always
Marlboro vs Sallife
Come the aecond half of to tonight's
night's tonight's scheduled twinbiU and two
Carlos Eleta teams will meet for
Lthe second time in this champion
snip series. Despite tne fact that
bdth teams are playing for the
same enterprise, they always play
the book against each other. The
intense rivalry between the play
ers and coaches of these teams
compels both sides to go all out
in quest of victory. Though in
tense, the rivalry never becomes
Recordwise, -Marlboro nolds a
slight edge. Last season in four
games. Marlboro won three and
now this season Marlboro has two
wins in three meetings.
Although the balance of the vic
tory margin favors Marlboro, both
fans and players of the Marlboro
outfit consider Gallito seriously In
this series. .. .
Ray Kam's Gallito team carries
the tallest overall team in the
League. They average a neat
W height Also this team is the
youngest in the league, averaging
just under 29 years. In their last
series outing, coach Xam protest protested
ed protested the gsme on a technical foul
Igjand the amount of throws award
er me iervesa nairoa team. Jo
word has come from league head headquarters
quarters headquarters as to the airing ef this
Compared with Gallito. Marlboro-is
a short team but posseses
" BUDC I PATTY ADVANCES
MUNICH. Germany (UP) 1
Bodge Patty of Los Angeles and
Pahs, who will play in this year's
VS. Amateur championships for
the first time in five years, gsin gsin-ed
ed gsin-ed the quarter-finals of. the Bava Bavarian
rian Bavarian International tennis champion :
hips Thursday, beating Helmut
"ueUer of Germany. 13. (L
JSssjsssssg. fff'1 1
(UP) a" determined Pon
rolling over Tyrone, Pa, 1 J-T,
The Zone team, chalked up eight,
hits to Tyrone's five and benefit -ted
by five walks. In contrast
diminutive Martini did Bot. issue ;
a free ticket and struck out five.
Another honor fell te the souths
ef-the border beys : when ehert.
stop Keith Kulig was chosen the
most, outstanding player tv'ste : :
pear In the tournament. Tyrone' i -Stroup,
who won two games be
fore coming to grief yesterday' -was
named the most voidable
player in the tournament.
The line score: s ;. i k
Tyrone1 ;A 100 000 0-1 '4' i
Panama- 103 007 x-11 I
. Stroup, vGeti ::(S) and Carper.
Martin, and Grcii-dk''i'$?-'M'-f
The strong Panama Canal Ion. ,.
team was 'Chosen bv coordinator
Gil Morland, Tastlich League win
ning team manager; De, L Penaj
Atlantic side, chamnions manaser r
Henry Luts ind the coaches of
the respective league winnersV'V''
Ten of players are: from :flie' -Fastlich
League while the ether
five represented., t he Atlantia
leenage League.:;- r:'M;J) ,7:;''-,
amazing speed of foot and ball -handling
to overcome the lack of
stature. Aside from this they have
suddenly become "hot? and are
leading the other teams in the all
department of offensive ilayi-
They have scored oyer 80 points
m their three m.. .nA ..Z1
an average et 713. Toniiht' nn
test Urthrgin for hieblb-
aites and we are wishinM them
all the hick for this big ene;-'
Haw vtw dlaowmj wWf
"FUvoe CoatroT hm 4aa
to White Orbt Nerer-aa,
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tbe bs tigs so lirht
and mid with so soocb nek,,
liglt np end eee why
TTbite Owre TUm Cos.
ttoT is snaJdtig dga biatorrt
. It saeaas ReidfieW SeJec
two of toUeco, tmtJam
oa nag, box -by-bos caexli
taooing-tt give yoa top ta.
every WbJte Owl yoa
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Era for Ming JallplMfersBSiigarYRay Makes Em Look Silly
Canal Zone Weightlifters
Break Almost All Of Last
Year's JMarks At Balboa
, Prcticlly -11 of lat y'ear'i Ca Ca-pal
pal Ca-pal Zone Wting record were bro broken
ken broken in Iait week Friday night
weight lifting contest field ut the
Balboa Armed Services YMtA YMtA-USO
USO YMtA-USO This year' team of weight
lifting athlete ef impressive uew
Siirks both in the individual
lift and in the totals.
Theodore Lincoln, Airman Sec Sec-ond
ond Sec-ond Clas with the 5700th Mate Mate-del.
del. Mate-del. "Squadron, Albrook At B, set
new Canal Zone records in the
bench pr nd th deadweight
WU. Theo made a 250-lb." Bench
irui i and a 455-lb. Dead weight
lift beating down last year s
poundage ior the ame -WU. He
also eored the highest total which
won .him .th year's- best .lifUr
trophy awarded by the Balboa
Armed .Service YJICA-U) that
sponsors these contests. Lincoln s
total came tq 1055 pound in all
three lift at his' present body
weight of 181 pounds,.
Sebastian Colagrande, also from
Albrook AFB and Airman First
Class-ith the 5700th Squadron,
et a new-Canal Zone record for
the Squat with a- terrific 365
pounds, 'which no one in the eve evening
ning evening came near equalling. Hi to total
tal total in 11 three Uft c,me to, 10t5,
a Thinner up. to Theo Lincoln by
J:...! at 1A nAiinH: i
uiiici v w. rv
T th. litrhtwatitrht division. Wal-
:er Erney, Airman. Second Class,
trumpet player wun, wie uouj
and, broke all standing Canal
records in we oencn pre,,
J' 1 y ..;.v
squat and dead weight lifts at
a oody weignt ot ua pouuu. u
srhivmMit i notable consider
ing tftat Erney arrived on the
isthmus only six weens ago ana
all his previous lilting experience
amounts to but live live weeks.
'inomas f ulaneciky, Airman
Thirrl -TlasB with the 500th Opr
Squadron, at a body weight of 176
nrinnrte was 'a llftW contestant at
this year's meet. But despite, his
honest ana aetermmea snowms uiu
not equal last year's zone records
in the three lilts set by Sebastian
itolakiande at the time at a body
tuaioht nf 173 nnunfls.
lAaiahintf. in at IfiS nounds. Louis
Barbiere. Jr.. B.H.S. graduate
ia7 maci a iin ihnwine for an
other newcomer in this year' con
test, but laiiea to aeni any m me
rernrrii at tin bv Theo. Lincoln
in last vear'i meet wnen ne
weighed in at the same hody
weight. There is however,, much to
ha ovnortArl In IiOUil' lift in 2 tOrm.
Charley Moms worn tne uani
Zone weighing in at 189 pounds,
improved over his own Uits last
year, and in the dead weight lift
tied With bod f earon, aiso irom
the Canal Zone, who weighed ui
than Morrli at
194 pounds. Each made 365 pounds
fpr the dead weight lift in their
attempts Another contestant ; was
Airman ScrnnH Class. M. F.' Ab-
deen, Hqsv Caribbean Air Com-
Following are the scores: i ;
Walter Erney. .
Louis Bftrblere, Jr.
Bober Fearon. .
Body AVt. Press
Squat Dead Wt. "Totals
:" By HARRY ORAYSON
GREENWOOD LAKE, N.'-Y.
NM)--A eracked twgernalT on
lis gloved hand puts the present
.ay oaseball player on the side-
bugar Ray Komnson lougnt itan itan-iy
iy itan-iy 'iurpin, and Gene Fullmer with
r ie-stucn 'Cui anove ni eye. ai
j7, he goes through, weeks of Se Severe
vere Severe training witn able sparring
partners- taking' thelr bests shots
t him.r '.
Thumping the tub at Greenwood
Lake icr jtiobinson's middleweight
cnampionsnip aeieuse iimv
rough and lough Carmen Basiiio
at Yankee Stauium, Sept.' 23, is
lom Meany; one olthe more im important
portant important names in sports writing
whose background was principally
hach11 Tnm nvr Mnosed him
self to the light mob any mpre
uan was ueceasaijr uu,
consequence he tindt .Bobinson a
t'l msed to have cpmpasslsos for
ballplayers. Jn. their mw-au s wno
wr at. ill trvintf to slav reiulariv
in the major. leagues", sayl Mtu Mtu-ny.
ny. Mtu-ny. ."Take Pee Wee Reese. I was
in. Clearwater FU., the spring1
day he reported to the Dodgers In
1940. Watching him trying to play
on aging legs this summer, I sym sympathized
pathized sympathized .with, him. and thought
arlrahla athUtn h was.
"But; when J arrived at Robinson
headquartera here, l louna myseu.
milting comparisons neiweeu ; rcc
Wee and Sugar Ray and had to
arrive' at the decision tnat it
wasn't even close." ,
Roes i nn more than 10 months
older than Robinson, iThey both
arived on big time- in 19W, yet
here Is Robinson getting ready to
Reese'i having hard time play
ins! tmra .oase-i w im ; iuoai
League. Robinson still has speed
and trace and he -punches and
is -puncnea. aw. ,...rv; ;
A RnhinsonVworkshoD opened,
lltinv urn mnr than, a bit sur
prised :to see Sugar Bay in the
ring, pounding; awayr with "a hann
mar f nail ."..dawn tth ulatforrrl
from: which the punching bags are!
suspended,. i jv .iWI';.' r
New Canal Zone records.
Thev judges in the contest were
vaW e.hnHw 4nr mr Isthmian net
vy weight lifting champion, Dicky
Paredes; at present, the Panama
national lighl-heavyweight lifting
champion and Lieutenant Charles
Ginn, U.S. Army Caribbean.-
' By BEANS RIARDON
QUESTION r With the base load
-j --j ... ...,f ih hatter hits a
fly to deep left field. The fielder
catches it, then, rm Into the
fence and drops1 to the ground,
stiU holding the ball.. All runners
tag up and by the time "another
fielder get to the injured player,
all acore. Does this count as three
runs-batted in? Tommy Henry,
, Answer: It would be up to the
official scorer although it' would
seem one run-hatted-m i enough
to award here.
6: Wither low fenc alongside
him, the right fielder chase a ball
along the fouL line. He kicks. it
into the stands, How' many bases
doe the. batter, get?- George
A vVn automatic two. Vi- c
Told To W Floyd
LINER FILLS" PITCH I R
KAMSAS CITY, Mo.-UP)-Kan-as
Cily Al'iletics' p tctiei Mickey
WcDe;inott, who has- been prac practicing
ticing practicing at first base' on occasions,
h rhirk hv a hne
ir'.ve off the bat rf catcher Hal
Smith Thursday while working out
at the lag in pre-gxmo practice.
. Tia wtstoar tBfra annlia! nA rlllh
officials said McDermott was not
expected to mis any games,.
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TROPHY PRESENTATION Pipture above Is the prescnta prescnta-Aon
Aon prescnta-Aon of the ''best welghtlifter" trophy by u 1957 Canal Zone
Policeman's Ball Queen Camille Ellis to Theo Lincoln of Al Albrook
brook Albrook Ait Force Base at the close of the second symual Canal
Zone weigh tlif ting contest held at the Balboa YMCA-UBO.
Others 'pictured are M. F. Abdeen (left) of Albrook, and
. Sebastian Colagrande (right) also of Albrook.
llilcihllSprts Came Easy
Fbr: Wealthy Ray Hickok
KENT, Wash. (UP) Former
urArM hftawwiffht rhamnion Joe
Louis was "told to ssy" that pres
ent title nower ioya rawerson
has done an un-championlike thing
Sv aintlnff a ttnut with Pet
Radmachef who has never fought
professionally, ratterson manag
er taid WAdneioay mgni.
Cu D'Amato, watching Patter Patterson
son Patterson spar at Kent Memorial Park,
.M T mil. !'i entitled to hi ODin-
ion but I don't think that's his
Th; Brown Bomter had been
nnnt.H frnm Milwaukee.' Wis.. as
mwv . w -. r
vifi ha "wnnin never nava aane
a thinf like that." and "neither
would any other champion in box
ing.".,-; ,. r-irsr.;;.
- D'Amato said he thought Louis
was speaking "as an oniciat m. ue
International Boxing Club.
"They've done everything they
can to oan this fight. But I don't
think Joe would say anytning luce
that on his own,".. D'Amate added.
Ttariemarhar: .meanwhile., did
some shadow boxing, spared two
rounds, ana woraea up a we
with calisthenics in preparation
for the 15-round heavvweifht title
bout Aug. 22 at Sick's Stadium,
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;- "' v.' lu'' '' :
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I Payi 2 Interest Annually on Savin Accounts
S INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
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'c- -.y drfothor curitioa. -t
25c 50c. ?L00 and $5X0
deposits '"ore accepted thru, a period
Individual lafety deposit boxia, for jewelry and -!
i documents. In 4 different fixes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
l Central Ave. at
eraer of -V Street
O. A. De ROUX
- rront t at earner
f 7th St.
rrom I M em. fe 11:31
SATIRDAIS: frem I N a m. U 12
'All fc had -fa Aii was belt nil
thumb with the hammer and :;.a
milUotf bucks would go tight out
tha nearest window," he shudders.
H.1r in h dava when Hohin-
ann waa'frah out' of the amateurs
and fighting forgotten names in
what the trade calls fours and
I ceived an attachment for Green
wood Lake, the sylvan retreat in
the foothills of the Catskills. Su Su-er
er Su-er Ttav firat rim hare." when
Joe Leuis ruled the heavies back
in the '40:s.-He was. a xw witn
fast hands and light feet who could
tan -dance almost as well as :' he
could fight. '- y : 1
"We all used to live with Joe In
the big house up on the hfllv" Rob Robinson
inson Robinson recalls, .'.'and. I. fell in love
with the place. It seemed as if
the air here wss more inylforat inylforat-ln.'
ln.' inylforat-ln.' than .ttrvhkn alaa. When
you're just off the city pavements
ny piace wiu nuia ana areen
grass.' looks wonderful. And the
impressions, you get as a kid stay
won you.' ., t.Y,. ,'.; -yv'';
, The, remarkable Robinson is
Amathin nf i landmark here. Ha
has aged, less than the village. 1
... . l .
r enews JUl noaiaa, vem
Jenkias, Joey Archibald and Sixto
Escobar held world titles when
Robinson had ( his first taste of
Greenwood Lake. Not only the
chsmpions: of Sugar's youth, but
hh contemporaries have faded to
autographed photographs on tav tavern
ern tavern wails while this will 'be this
extraordinary character's third ti title
tle title fight this year, 17 years after
his professional career began.
Training la an aid itnrv ta Robin
son, but he i doesn't approach it
ngntiy. ne worm nve aayi a wees,
but not a five-day week. He rests
Unndava and .ThuradaTl. which
means be sever works more than
three flays hand-running.
''Jack. Blackburn followed that
program in conditioning Louis,"
Ray recollects. "I was only a kid
when Blackburn conditioned me,
and sometimes the day off was
bard to take but .1 believe it is
one of the principal reasons I
have been able to train a ad fight
so long.!'-': :-
Yon see, Papa. Blackburn knew
best, and he developed two pretty
good fighters Joe Louis and Su Sugar
gar Sugar Ray Rebinsoa. i
Juice To; Shot
- NEW YORK (NEA) The U U-nited
nited U-nited States Golf-Association was
nked te rule on a case ia Buenos
Aire of a ball knocking a or orange
ange orange and the fruit sticking to the
ball and rolling with it.
The decision Is play ball and
dranie or take unplayable lie
penalty. No loose impediment relief-
- ' ;
Visitors te California aod.Flori-
.' By RAY HICKOK
, Doner e Prefeslenal
. "Athlete-oMhe-Year" AWard
k WriHen for the United Pros
tory of America i built around
wn in our democracy, from
the very beginning, a man( or a
ooy has flta me cnoioe i v1-?"',
his own idol. Most of these idols
have come, from .the field of
sports, and as far back as I.cas
remember I waa a sports, fan.
Liking sports amo rather, easy.
My father, S. Rae Hickok,. was a
soortsman who fished ancTnuntefl
and 'liked- the- outdoor me.' mj
brother: 'Alan,, -ana i grew j up
taught to TeUr tnrougn pon.
My sports "in prep acnoui. .-
lege were footbsu, wresuing .an
crew.1 1 wis jucxy aa uuc -i-as
Stroke ', and captain vt our
crew at BOlllns college in wriua
I love hunting and fishing of all
ihinh ni time is very
limited. 'I was. most fortunate in
being able to enjoy a Dig same
safari in AfricTa thU past January.
A ardent s fisherman as I
have been with rod and reel, I
have in the last few years De-
come a real spear-asning eninuw
ast. When you look a shark in 'the
eyes under water with nothing but
a little spesr for protection, ... it's
about the same sensation as see seeing
ing seeing a wounded lion on. charge or
tht-Aa tina nf rhino cominc out of
the bush straight for you.
My brother, Aian, is aiso. an ex ex-nert:
nert: ex-nert: hunter and fisherman, and
only last year was credited with
catching the second; largest-nsn
ever to have been captured on rod
and reel which is a 1,540-pound
black martin- at Cabo Blanco,
iPeru. . v- j v
. until, dad. passed away, relax relax-Ihg
Ihg relax-Ihg through, sports was a family
affair Wo hunted everything from
Upland game to bear and-mountain
ilion together When our father left
us. and we suddenly louna oun
selves at a ver yong age run
nino a mnlti mi II inn dnllaV DSl
nes, time tor spons oecame very
limited, ur jatner, as mosi oaas,
was our great hero and we-want
ed ta do Kvervthina within our
power to pay tribute to the man
who had taugnt us our love tor
sports, brought us p and failt a
great bsiness. i -.
Pros Have Oreeter -iffeeV
Unit nf the mW award nr
trophies seemed to aim at the am amateur
ateur amateur athlete, and yet the profes-
tlAtial athlAtA,. aAAtnAd in hava a
far greater effect over the youth
of America. We feel that reward rewarding
ing rewarding the sports heroes is a way of
not only Helping tne atnieie nut
also the younger generation.
ine American youngner i Fun Fundamentally
damentally Fundamentally good. Give them an
: j -1 ...t -.u -. m11mi
and they should be able to avoid
serious pitfalls that lead to aeiin.
quency. The kid who love base base-ball
ball base-ball and other sports don't get In Into
to Into the trouble that those with
time on their hands do. We sre
sincere advocators of the theory
and nrrtic nf fiffhtlnff -juvenile
delinquency .through heroes in
we nave onen Deen asxea wny
we chose to enter the field ot
sports by putting up the $10,000
diamond studded, gold buckled
belt that we award outright each
year to the winner of the "Pro
fessional Athlete of the Year"
award. The answer is simple. We
wanted to honor-the memory of
our father in the way he would
have liked it best and. in the way
we could do Me most gooa lor
sports and youngsters.
DAY IN COUNTRY
TVAAhnld NI Fra-
hold Raceway is in its 106th year
as a' harness horse center with
racing in the afternoon.
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For Concert Friday
Af Cocoli Church
The Rev. William Baldwin,
priegt-in-charge of St. Andrew's
Episcopal Church, Cocoli, an announced
nounced announced today the program to
be presented by the St. Christo Christopher's
pher's Christopher's Episcopal Choir at Coccli
next Friday, at 7 :30 p.m.
Under the direction of Hugh
Adams the vO-volce choral group
will sing the following selectors:
Be Still My Soul Sibelius, Hal Hallelujah
lelujah Hallelujah from Judas Maccabacus,
Ave Maria Arcadelt, Glorft in
Excelsis Mozart, Praise Ye the
Father Gounad, The Heavens
are Telling Hayden.
Vocal features will includR:
O Rest in the Lord Mendels Mendelssohn,
sohn, Mendelssohn, David, Singing before Saul
i Bardese, Pilgrim Chorus
Wagner. The organ selection will
be, Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
The group originally presented
a similar prdgram at the open opening
ing opening of St. Christopher's Patronal
Festival last month.
Everyone in the Canal Zone
and the Republic of Panama is
Invited, the Rev. Baldwin said.
"THE BIG LAND"
He slept with his eyes open and his fans on-and a
memory searing hit brain... This U Chad Morjan whose
courage one diy Jnsde the big land shrink to the bullet bullet-distanc
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con, Hal-con, Phone 3-1179 office hours.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom, apart apartment,,
ment,, apartment,, living room, dining room,
servant's room, garage, hot wa water,
ter, water, in "O" Street, El Cangrejo,
House "Rosita." Information:
8th St. 5-30. Phone 2-27 It.
FOR RENT: Furn,ihed 1 -bedroom
apartment wf light, gas
and telephone, $70. In Sabanas
No. 172. Information: tth St.
No. 5-30. Phono 2-2711.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, living-dining room, hot
water, garage, porch, modern
and large. In "J" Street. El
Cangrejo No. 2. Information:
8th Street No. 5-30. Phono
NEW ASSISTANT Eugene
H. Denner (above) of ViUa
Park, 111., has been assigned to
Redeemer Lutheran Church in
Balboa as assistant to the Rev.
Robert F. Gussick for the next
12 months. During his stay on
Isthmus lie will work mainly
on the Atlantic side.
V-:- I II
LEAVE YOVH AD WITH ONE Of OUB
INTERNAL. OK PDBUCACIONES No. 3 Lottery Plan CASA ZAI.DO-Centrai Ave. 4S LUUui rnAiimai-i-ui ui ymiiiiua issnavu iajbi iajbi-piDnnu
piDnnu iajbi-piDnnu 9 thui a MnnmsnNith f Ju a. .a j i. a i.f.wim sr.RVirFAv. Tlvoll No. 4 a FABMACIA ES1AOOS UNIDOS 14 Centre! Ave.
cipuini i nviu r.ntr.l imia
VAN-DEB-JIS SO Street No. 61 FABMACIA tX BATURBO Faraue Lefevt
the Bella VUur .Tbeatra.
FOR SALE: 1952 Hillman
Minx, $350. Phone Navy 3493.
Qtrs. 206-C, Rodman.
FOR SALE: 1949 Hudson Com Commodore
modore Commodore Six Sedan, four new tires
(less than week 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 Studebaker
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
FOR SALE: 1957 Pick-up, Vi
ton. Can bo financed. 3rd of No November
vember November Street No. 3-A-22.
FOR SALE: 1956 red & white
Plymouth Station Wagon, low
mileage, luggage rack. Kobbe
MUST SELL: 194 Cadillac,
good condition, good tires, duty
paid, $250 cash. Call Balboa
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
4-door, 1955, 6000 miles, $8 15
Call Panama 3-5449.
FOR SALE: 1 949 Hudson Com Commander,
mander, Commander, 8 cylinders, radio, good
running Condition. Leaving for
States, must sell. Call Balboa
FOR SALE: 1950 Chrysler 4 4-door
door 4-door Windsor with radio. Owner
leaving, best offer. Ft.. Gulick
FOR SALE: Olds 98 Holiday
4-door, 1955, 6000 miles, $800
worth accessoriesBest offer over
$2600. Phono Balboa 4475.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Station
Wagon, 8-passnger V-8, 8600
miles, extras. Panama 3-3004 ,-between
between ,-between 8-9 a.m. f'. ivV', vfe
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, $ A
Packers Shipper Movers
Phone2 2451 2-2562
Laarst Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding V Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
ar by appointment.
Gibraltar t.ife Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama t-0551
Increases As Result.
01 Long Drought.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 (UP) (UP)-Tbe
Tbe (UP)-Tbe U.S. Department of Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture reported today that drought
condition in parts of the eastern
states had raised the demand for
cane black-strap molasses..
Prices for feeding cane loass loass-es
es loass-es dropped 1-eent per gallon at
most east coast port terminals
during the week ending Aug. 14,
the department reported. j
Production of Cubsn blackstrap
molasses totalled 252,200,000 gal gallons
lons gallons on July IS according to the
Cuban Suar Stabilization Institute.
The yield per short ton of raw su sugar
gar sugar wj 4)4 gallons as of July
15. Of the 161 sugar mills operat
ing this season, the department
reported 15 had completed grind grinding
ing grinding operations as of July IS.
Beet molasses markets also we weakened
akened weakened and prices fell to S37.O00
per ton m Colorado, Wyoming
and Montana (except in the Mis Missoula
soula Missoula area).
Corn molasses was weak at
Kansas City with prices S2.00-3.00
per toa lower. Chicago was un un-chaaged,
chaaged, un-chaaged, Risinq In World
CHICAGO. Aug. 17 (VP)
Anti-aircraft headquarters here
finally found a place In the sun.
The unit la mOYlng to Arlington
Heiehte Airport from the Mu
seum, of Science and Industry
AGENTS OB OUB OfTICES AT 11-St
MmiKirHni.n rymiNGr-J. r. d
The. FATIMA PHARMACY -located
at Mercado El Ray; offer
efficient filling of prescriptions
and home delivery service. Phono
3-minut caf i wash $1, steam) -cleaning
of motor $5, waxing of i
cars $5. Auto-Bafio, Trani-lith-
mian Highway near Sears.
Th bast dinners and drinks
ar srvd in our modern Air-'
conditioned catoteria, grill "and
bar. Hetai lntrnaelonal "Pla "Plaza
za "Plaza $ da May.
FOR SALE: Quality Golden
Fawn BOXER PUPPIES, register registered
ed registered A.K.C. For appointment call
. Miss Abrejo, Phone 2-1344.
i Kava an outstanding Real Et Et-'
' Et-' tate' Value, This property was
never intended to be sold and
application for purchase will on only
ly only be considered through person
al Interview. If you- hav vr
considered starting a completely
private community or owning
your own larg estate, this is th
perfect location for It. My prop property
erty property consists of over 60,000
square meters (600,000 sq. ft.)
of mostly high ground located
within th greater Panama City,
limits. Inside this property I hav
built a modern residence with
the most magnificent view in th
city of Panama. To the South
all the City with a complete view ;
extending all the way to Taboga,
to the East the bay of Panama
and the. ruins of Old Panama, to
the West the Canal Zone hills
and to th North beautiful hilly
grating land. This is a three three-bedroom,
bedroom, three-bedroom, two-bathroom hous
with a larg kitchen (including
-a new electric range, a refriger refrigerator
ator refrigerator and a f rosier), largo porch,
fairly large living and dining
roomy 'an office, laundry apace,
two-car garage,: separata maid'
quarter with independent bath bathroom
room bathroom and gardener's room. It al also
so also includes a small wading pool
for th kids and 4,000 square
. meters of fenced in ground. Out Out-'
' Out-' aide this, there h a private read read-way
way read-way loading to the house and a
high-voltage (City Electricity)
electric installation covering
bout two-third, of th total usa usable
ble usable land. 'And a complete water
system for the bouse (City Wa Water)
ter) Water) of sufficient size for further
inexpensive distribution to the
rest of the property. The full
price which includes absolutely
everything mentioned, is $75, $75,-000.00
000.00 $75,-000.00 of which $60,000.00
would have to be paid in cash
and th balance in ten years.
Please call only if sincerely in interested
terested interested in this effer. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-7493, Saturday till noon
and Monday through Friday dur during
ing during office hours. Pleas do not
Four Crewmen Die.
In AF Plane Crash
WEST PALM BEACH. Fla..
Aug. 17 (UP) A twin-engine Air
Force bomber exploded and
crashed in a housing develop development
ment development here early today, killing
four crewmen and hurling one
of its motors Into a house vacat vacated
ed vacated only minutes before.
Residents of the homes, many
of them Air Force personnel of
the West Palm Beach Air Force
Base and their families, mira miraculously
culously miraculously escaped injury.
The Air Force said the World
War n type B-25 bomber, on the
last leg of a routine training
flight from Vance Air Force
Base at Inld, Okla., crashed In
to a group of homes about a
auarter of a mile from the base
here, where the plane was
A Section of the fuselage "set
tied between two houses,'' tre
Air Force said.
A witness said one of the
plane's engines hurtled into the
bedroom of a house, but the oc occupants
cupants occupants had fled the home min minutes
utes minutes before when they heard
what sounded like a plane ; In
The bomber had arrived safe
ly over the field here after mat
ing one stop at Barksdale Air
Force Base in Shreveport, La. It
radioed for landing clearance.
then apparently developed en-4
The Air Force wltftheid names
of the dead crewmen pending (
notification of next of sun.
Authorities said th plane
crashed about S a.m., littering
the area with debris and dam damaging:
aging: damaging: three homes.
Kesiaents or me nousing ae-
velopment raid they heard the
plane In trouble and alerted the
neighborhood, families evacuat
ed their homes in night clothes
Six children were among
persons whn ran out of
houses which were damaged!
"IT P.TBEET. PANAMA JUBRERIV f
4 DhuAm.Nii.41 m POTOOOMV Just
I Street FABMACU "SAS'Wto ponwe 111 MOVED AO ES ATUIS Beside
FOR SALE: Due to trip, living
room, dining room, bedroom fur fur-l
l fur-l niture. Television set. Two Gen-
-rel Electric air conditioning
' units.. Drawing table with chair.
Everything lik new. Telephone
-3-2622. 1 :
. FOR SALE: Man's suit, English
tailor made, 2 pants, vest, worn
six weeks, sixe 40, waist 36.t
Louvres, and apartment 12 fami-
ly. Miscellaneous pieces furni furniture.
ture. furniture. Leaving., 2-3061. House
FOR SALE: Coldipot Deep
Freexe, 20 cubic feet, in excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Must j soil. Al Albrook
brook Albrook 86-3101.
.FOR SALE: Dining room, two
living room c h s i r s, desk,
washingi machine, household ar articles,
ticles, articles, carpenter tools. Moderate
price. 629-A DeLesseps, Phone
FOR SALE: English bicycle Ra Raleigh,
leigh, Raleigh, good condition Phone
ANTIQUES selling out until Au August
gust August 19 only: 70 copper stir stirrups
rups stirrups collection, very rare, 'from
th Conquest and Colonial times.
Another lot from the last centu century
ry century different drawings. Silver
coins from different countries.
Can be seen at Pension Alfaro,
Central Ave. and 8th Street No.'
6-23. Phone 2-2730.
FOR SALE Engineers drafting
table, two transits and one lev level,
el, level, 2Vs-kw.- electric light plant,
radio, 8 mm. cine camera and
projector, radio cade Instrograph
and code instruction records, va vacuum
cuum vacuum 'cleaner, commercial ga garage
rage garage battery charger; Royal type typewriter.
writer. typewriter. ; Leaving1 country. No rea-,
sonable offer refused. Phone Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel 333. House 2465-8,
FOR SALE- Cash register, 1913
(5-1) model, perfect condition,
almost now. Cheap- $600. Tela Tela-.phone
.phone Tela-.phone Panama, 3-1039.
FOR SALE: ; Electric sewing
machine $50; dishes', set 63 pes,
$20; Rotesserie, new $20,138 $20,138-A.
A. $20,138-A. Gatun, 5-351.
FOR SALE- On 8" table saw,
one 12" band saw, new meters,
60-cyele. Call Gamboa 6-352,
FOR SALE: 2 picture enlarg enlarg-oners,
oners, enlarg-oners, I portabf electric sewing
machine. Call after 4 p.m.
House 784-B, Balboa.
LA Officer Trainees
See Weapons Show
Al Empire Range
One-hundred-and1 eleven officer
students of the U.S. Arm v Carib
bean School at Fort Gulick, travel traveled
ed traveled to the Pacific side Thursday
morning, to witness a firing dem demonstration
onstration demonstration put on by the 20th In
fantry Regiment's second battalion
at Empire Ranges v
Objective of the exercise was to
show the characteristics and fire
power of all weapons employed in
an infantry regiment.
The demonstraton started at 9
o'clock and every weapon from
the bayonet and AS caliber pistol
to the 57 mm recoiless rifle and 60
mm mortar was demonstrated.
The battalion's- weapons. compa-iRitzi, "The import of vour our-a.
ri t : I .-u.' -n ..jIIIah : .i
ny, Company H. fired the 30 and
50 caliber machineguns, 81 mm
mortars and 105 mm recoiless ri
ties. Mortar Company also fired
the 4.2 mm mortars.
The exercise was narrated by
Maj. Attilio Lopei Amerl of Peru
and was capped off with a simulat
ed atomic bomb blast handled by
Sgt. Manuel Alvarado of Compa'
Some of the students volunteer
ed and fired the 30 and SO caliber
machineguns and the 71 mm re-
Th 518th Engineer Company and
Medical Company of th 20th also
participated tn the demonstration.
The Latin officers are attending
the Command and Staff. Engineer,
Communication and Basie Artille
ry Officers 'Courses at the school
HOLLYWOOD, Fla., Aug. 17
(UP) Police searched today for
a malicious motorist wno deliber
ately blocked a car from backing
out of the way of an oncoming
train.- ?yf - 1 -.
The driver his wife and-, son
jumped from the stalled vehicle
seconds before a rioriaa t-ast
Coast streamliner plowed into it.
Svn Fovelstrem. 61. toM pe-
Iice that the driver of the Uier
ear aoDarenllv became nitt
hea A'ogelstrom made a wrong
torn at the railroad enrssmg.
Fotelstrom said be tried to back
off the tracks as soon as be realis realised
ed realised his error but was blocked by
the other vehicle. Then l erei-
strom tried to drive across -the
tracks, nut his engine stalled.
He. his wife. Gertrude, and 16-
year-old son, Allwya, leaped out
of the ear. The driver of the other
the car drove off Just before the tram
thelsmacked into Fogelstre's tar,
RECIADO 7 Street Jlo. II tAGENClAft
Arosemena Ave. and S3 St. fAJIMACIA
FOR SALE 9 foot RCA rafri-
gerator, $100.00. Apartment
six stove, $40.00. 8 piecp
living roam set, $200.00. R.C.A.,
TV, 21" with outside antenna,
$150,00. Miscellaneous Hems.
Olga Apartments, 47th. ; street
-apt. I. T 6 p.m. ,-
; FOR- SALE: By set r separata separata-ly,
ly, separata-ly, larg mahogany double bed,
ighl tables, arm chair, vanity
drasser with large mirror. Phone
Panama 3-4508. j
FOR SALE 11957 General Elec Elec-;
; Elec-; tri Filter-Flo automatic washer.
Phone Navy 3753.
FOR SALE: Leaving. ,,
chair, standard lamp, k bed, re re-frigerator,
frigerator, re-frigerator, gas stove, 2 chests of
drawers, playpen, .other' trams. trams.-Accept
Accept trams.-Accept rasnabl ffr. Phon
FOR SALE; General Electria
refrigerator, 9-ft. $100 Magi
Chef ,tove $50. Call Panama
3-7619 office hours. Aftar of office
fice office hour call 3-1815. -;
SALIs $250 four-year,
old Perfection' gas stove, four four-humor,
humor, four-humor, In good condition $45.
Apt, I, House 1 8-A. 46th St.,
rmin exec uaa oration.
LOST OR STRAYED: Black and
whit spotted female mongrel
ago i.'Small painted' face, short
" swrs, to name "Freck "Freckles."
les." "Freckles." Call Balboa 1432 week,
ends, evenings or after 4:00.
Reward.'".' ,; .hSv
(Cobtraued irons rjro J)
asked by f deputy district- attorney
William L. Rltzl tn rliaor.m
blackboard :the Uet position of
-j .v. r.. .- v
u mm posinons of two peep le in
Craif added tha'tCwhen h
summoned by the usher and went
i me ioges aectlon of the theater.
noticed xhn v ivin ...
him and three seats." The witness
said that when he flashed his light
on them thev bnltwi
"Until then she
. I ... i.VUU.l
he added. -- ---
J"F wss horizontal
with her head against his head,"
he added..-'. -. .-.,'. ,u.
. Ritzi then asked, "Wthere waa
her rear, end?". -.7
r"9n eofer: of her- seat,"
Craig, 27, replidd.
ii-ll ; t- V-..-' ;'.
heota At Craig
COUrt Was thrnum
uproar later when Ritzt hn,t.k
Craig, "You thought you would set
juurseu UD as T;rwf in
Dcfenit jDd DrfMCftinti" ltn-.
ueys began ahoutine with r.i
trying to mterrupt and Judge Her
bert V. Walker rapped for quiet
without being heard. Finally the
judge quieted them down and told
ui proper. iyy one would
set themselves up as the Diety,"
"I told the stnrv Kun. H
true and I didn't Uke it,r Craig
said la answer to Ritzl's repeated
demandi why he had made pubtie
the alleged incident. The witness
added that he did not think iucj,
ocoavior snouia be permitted in a
puduc ueauer "evea in Holly,
wood." :., i ;.. -'
Rock Naval Lab
CUMBERLAND, Mdl Aug. IT
(UPj-Oie ma a Vas killed and
two others were injured ia aa ex
plosion ana nre at the Navy's Al Allegheny
legheny Allegheny Ballistics Labtfritor lict
Killed in the blast waa RaTmnrul
R. Miller Sr..- 17. .
R. W.. Meals.' assistant. laat
manager at th large inatauatiaa,
today termed .the erplpsiea and
fire aa ''miaor n the course of
, H said the "exact cause trTtbe
accident has beea determised"
adding that a "complete and thor
ough" investigatioa would be con conducted.
ducted. conducted. : 'i
Authorities said damage te' fa
cilities appeared "u be of a ani ani-ot
ot ani-ot aature.,. t . i. -- 5
Injured ra (be accident were
Paul iieadneksoa, St, of Cuihber Cuihber-land
land Cuihber-land aad Harold Carl, 44, f
Spnagfield, W. Va.
Headrkkaoa was treated for
laceratioas ad a- eossible foot
fracture and detailed for X-rays
and oboervatioa. Cart waa' trs.d
for leg lacerations d released.
The three victims were the anly
(t?ciipanu of the building at- the
tin of the exploeioa.
' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS r
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
OX 121 1. CRISTOBAL. CX
ATTENTION all Isthmian ntr-V
tsiners singers, dancers, nov novelty
elty novelty acts. (Professions! or ama
teur) Auditions, Monday 3:30
p.m. Salon Panama, Hotel El
n Panama, to select acts for Wednesday-Variety
af which receive 'contracts to
perform at El Panama. Bring
your music, sny prepsi costume,
and phot to audition.'
Dr. Wondshake Medical Clinic,
Dy ,. Night Service. Opposite :
Chasa Bank, Fhana 2-J479.
Kill Each Other
Jn Paris, France
PARIS, Aug 17 (UP)-Rlval-,Al-gerian
Nationalist gangs in France
have, killed 18 A 1 g e r i a n s and
wounded 19 others in the last 48
hours,, French police said today.
.Police said killings were at a
record rate among the 300,000 Al Algerians
gerians Algerians in France, who are split
into two factions.
The lawlessness has been on the
increase" despite the addition of
hundreds of French police.
gr''it1w asw' if" as"1 s j
ft- i M s -i s. ; I
WEDDING RECEPTION Sgt. an' Mrs. James A. Adams
stand near their -wedding cake at the reception-following
their rwedding at .the Fort tJlaytOn Chapel. The"bride. ,1s the
fcrrer-Sdna Uay of ePanarfa City; r Adams' ia with the 634th
M P. Cb.f Fort Clayton.' They rwere married a weekvgo today.
Mrs. J. PETER GRACE TO SPONSOR
NEW "SANTA ROSA".
(PA-O Mrs.: J. Poter Grace
will x christen the ; Grace Line's
new "Santa Rosa" when that
ship is launched on August 28th
at the- yards of the Newport
Newa. Shipbuilding, and Dry
Dock Company, Newport: News,
Virginia. Mrs. Grace is the wue
of the President of W.R. .Grace,
8i Co the Line s parent com company.
pany. company. Accompanying her to the
launching;, will be her husband.
and five of their eight children
sons. j. Peter Grace ra,, Wil
liam Russell, and Michael Step
hen,' -and daughters, Margaret
Mary, and Mary" Janet. They
reside at Gfa$efield, Old West West-bury.
bury. West-bury. Long Island, New York,
Th Grace t name has been
associated.' with inter-American
trade and travel ever since Mr.
Grace's grandfather: William
Russell Grace, founder of the
Company-which bears his name,
entered the shipping field In
the. 1850s whDe living "in Peru.
He Inaugurated service between
New York and South America
with sailing -vessels, back in the
days when the sea route be
tween New York and Peru led
way down around Cape Horn
l Bat and
m. -1 as a bor
, 3 Sed vessel
. ?Giv -. j
I Ftnrod aad
II Henry vm
., 14 Employ
- II Footstool .'
21 Horsacotor -1
. 24 dandy
. IT Ayes end
Tl Smnr vehicle
- 21 Piddling .
- '41 Worm ;
44 trnderting ,-Sfelvn
Sfelvn ,-Sfelvn .
1 0n j
t Softly (music)
II Laundry- -1
i snachin -MSneepUkr
, brother Ei.)
rnrr l l a i i h l r
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p 3 -r-j zrjr
T ; Jy
T" T T U "7 "" A" ""
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FOR SALEt Small outboard
speedboat, new. 10-hp. Evinrud
- motor,,": remote controls, $425
Phone 3-283 1 L "d u
' i i i' if, 4 J
- FOR SALE. -30' besutiful Ta Tahiti
hiti Tahiti ketch "La Golondrina": Gray
- 4-52 engine; sleeps 4; head;"
. main cabin paneled. 276 rar
woods; rcadyvfor cruise; bargain.
Yacht Club, : .Cristobal, week ..
ends. Phone Panama. 3-0599,
DORESE WAITES Sch.el af
Dancing reopening September
5th. Registration August 20th- (
21 st-22nd, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. :
i Knights of Columbus Hall. Resio -dence
phon 2-2363. '-
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing.
Adults Teenagers Protean
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
ATTENTION COCOLI: Ann Lat Lat-;
; Lat-; tin's School of Dance reopens
September 3rd (Tuesday). Re Register
gister Register August 20th and 27th, 2
to 5 p.m. Cocoli Clubhouse Stu Studio,
dio, Studio, .second' floor. Residence
phon Balboa 2-4415.
',w, ,t . tj. r
and' covered 9,800 miles. After
establishing tils shipping and
trading: business in Peru, ha
Came North to make' his home,
and was twice elected Mayor of
New. York. It waa during- his
second term as Mayor that the
Statue of ..Liberty was erected
on Its'" little Island 1n New York
Harbor- an event .: particularly
appropriate ; to have occurred.,
during the mayoralty of a man
who had played a leading role
in the development-of foreign
trade and travel,. a
- During the intervening years, :
Grace Line has followed the.
policy of ,"buildin ahead of the
trade---a policy .established
back In; the;-days ; when the
founder ; of the Company re-
placed his sailing vessels with
steamsnips tnat were generally
considered much too large for
the existing trade with the re-
suit that cargoes soon were
found; ; to 111 -them. It la in
keeping- with this- policy that
the Grace Line, with the build- -Ing
of the new S23.0O0.000 "San
ta Rosa. Is embarking Upon a
major fleet replacement pro-
'Answer to Previous Puiila
39 Secrad bnagc
47 Cain and
Quarry ' i
54 Operatic sol I
SI Cuvm shellar
a e r rimca)
SI Larae bodies
of water :
19 Creek marfceU U Essential
-. ascetic . .SaAufsoaat
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1957 ;
i THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER V
TERRY AND THE PIEATWI
BY GEORGE WUNDER
ITH SHAS,THI1 CAPTAIN
' '- f t-EE, TBWyUie. HB'5
HOW POYOU CoMcML M 'ShaS; ieAB.iT
MI55 85. nl WILL PE MUCH HANPIEK WM6N
SI j" -WfrAWg SET TO KNOW EACH o
WHICH Wilt SESIN TO HAPPEN A5 500N
THESC, OTHER ENUPVEM 6ET LOST.
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
By MERILL BLOSSER
A :-:rr: -. r:.1:- 4 I r. : : 0 v- .r.-1
EXCUSE ME A SEC
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, a(X? A-vY
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imt mtn t T.M. M. an. '79,
TOE STORX OF MARTHA WAXNE
By WILSON SCRUGGS
BirrrMCowj ,Jyr 11
TO LEAVE VOL) j flF' A V, II
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By V. T. HAMLIN
SWSft i&M'OH' OSCAR! MY
J IT" "jM,at- ti. wmiiccc x T rAMC
PI oOOiM OSH. WHERE'pY JUST THE
mfl ADVntl'Di: I VOUCOMEV MINUTE I
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COINGTO CHINA--Dan O'Con O'Con-nejl
nejl O'Con-nejl (above), 24, of Chicago, who
L cabled his parent irom moi moi--
- moi-- cow that he la going to Red
China after the Youth Festival
in the Russian capital, has been
dropped from membership and
as secretary 01 ine wnicago jun
lor Chamber of Commerce. Rob'
ert Bushelle president of the
Chamber, said that O'Connell
had twice failed to pay his dues,
although billed twice.
Nobel Prize Winner
: Dies Al Age 01 76
I f FALMOUTH, Mast.,1 Aug.
. UP-Dr Irvin Lanemuir.'
f-f world-renowned scientist snd win-
UVf.t' er of .-the Nobel Prize, -died yes yes-j
j yes-j i. i terday attbe sumrter. borne of bis
"f ; nephew,
vJ. Langmuir,. who retired after
serving 41 years with the' General
EIeenc Co. ;n Schenectady, N.Y.,
in 1950, 'W6n the -Nobel Prize in
1932 for research in chemistry.
He made his home in Schenectady
' The scientist's research war said
to hv laved the t American, nub-
i lit hillinni Af. rinnafu s nar fn
" electris liffht billa : and ta have
, Helped stabUsh modern radio and
: aiviskw broadcast. .iv'U'v yiv
-' t i Langmuir's erperimentation with
U films on water opened an entire-
Hew lieM f hf mistry, kaown
' iwo-cumensionai or sunace'eae-
Ji miBtryW The ncientist; also .made
, faignifitfs'nt contributionsr. -.-to the
- developiD sciencf of weather ton-
, .trol. ,v ;"' ... .'
f f Ha tfevsloped lecinloues Jbf itu-
6ying proteins that furnished a
UV'tiew Attack on fundamental iprob-
lemi involving functions-of the
humaa organism, These techniques
are now used by biochemists and
Diophysiesta U over the- world.
. One f Langmuir's most notable
achievements was the development
of a Jneans of detecting atoms
and measuring their jpeed and
f Chargei ., v -k-v-;,,-,-,.'
i His"' xesearcnv was tresppnsible
jor Tfj oeveiopment 01 the gas
tilled incandescent lamp, atomic
power tube and a screening-smoke
.for the' development of the gas gas-,
, gas-, filled, incandescent la mp, t atomic
- hvdrotCR weldine. th hicrh
S power tube and a screening-smoke
isciieramr zor me Ariny.
Thla weatherTeport for the
24 hours ending a.m. today,
1 prepared by the Meterolo Meterolo-rical
rical Meterolo-rical and Hydrographlc
: Branch of the Panama Canal
(max. ph) NW-15
BAIN (inches) .01
(inner harbors) 82
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8:48 p.m. 2:84 p.m.
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US Health Service
WASHINGTON,' Aug. 17 (UP-
The Public Health Service saw
today there have been at leapt
20,000 to za.ow cases oi MJiianc
flu in the United States since
At the same time, Surgeon Gen
eral iroy E. Bumey anncimcdq
dans to allocate vaccine to com
bat the disease on the basis of
Bumey. who heads the vubuc
Health Service, said he suggested
to the six vaccine manufacturers
that they distribute each week's
batch of new serjtm on this basis,
each state woud' ?et a percentage
He 'said "several" informally in in-dicated
dicated in-dicated they would go along with
Under 'the voluntary program,
each state would get a percent ge
of weekly vaccine production
based on its proportion of the total
flan For Outbreaks
However, .if a flu outbreak In
any one; stare became particularly
severe, the public health service
would recommend extra ship shipments'
ments' shipments' of vaccine to that state,
Burriev told an impromptu news
conference that ha was "a little
bit cyfprised at the large num number
ber number of .flu cases in this, country
so far. He said he was speaking
as an administrator and not as
aa expeit biologist. ... 1
xne health service disclosed
that California with 17,900 cases
ha horn harrfpi" hit than nv
othe state. Of these 2,350 were
civilians and 15,550 "were mem members
bers members of the armed forees.
Asiatic flu also hit -military
personnel -at Fort Lewis,: Wash
where a total of, 322 cases have
been reported, s
Cases' In New York
In New York, health officials
reported the first flu cases in the
nation's largest city. They said
Hew Students In CZ
Schools Are Urged
To Enroll Soon
Students who are eligible to
enroll in Canal Zone United
States schools and who were not
in the Canal Zone school last
year are urged to enroll well be
fore the schools re-open on Sept.
in an announcement issued
Friday by the Division of
Enrollments are now beln? re
ceived at the canal zone junior
College and Balboa High School.
Registration will begirt on Au
gust 22 at Cristobal Junior-Sen-
lor High School and Balboa Jun Junior
ior Junior High School. Enrollment of
children attending kindergarten
through grade six will begin Au
gust 28 at the respective elemen elementary
tary elementary schools.
Applications for new tuition
students n grades one through
twelve should .be filled at the
office of the Superintendent of
Schools In the Civil Affairs
Building or at Cristobal High
PRICES: .75 .40
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PANAMA, R. P, SATURDAY, AUGUST. 17, J957
A'VAIT EXAMINATipN Students wait patiently to ba examined aboard the Arosa Sky. after'
the -vessel docked in New York in quarantine w ith some (SO cases of flu :, aboard,. During- the
vovaee. from Europeas many a 200 persons had coma down with the disease. The shin carried.
more thanfOO passengers most
three-hour delay, the quarantine
testa Wilt be made to determine
' ; v; .:
eight foreign exchange Students
who arrived there by plane Aug.
had .the disease, and 11 have
recovered. ,' --'"K
Officials said 27 other foreign
docked in New York Tuesday
urobablv had the new type flu.
One of the students.-who also had
Burney has warned hat the
highly contagious flu 'may cause
a nationwide epidemic this iau,
particularly with the onset of cold
The Public Health Service has
launched a campaign to encour
age the public to use the, newly
developed vaccine to help head
off the epidemic. One shot a oose
of one cubic centimeter-Ms suffi
cient for one person.
About 500,000 shots have been
released 0 far. Manufacturers
expect to reach full production
about mid-October, turning out
five million shots a .week.
To Receive High
A US. Army Caribbean pilot
will receive one of aviation's
highest honors, the Distinguish Distinguished
ed Distinguished Flying Cross, Headquarters
USARCARIB announced this
week. ; '"', V-
First Lt. Arthur R. van- Home,
assigned to the 937th Engineer
Co. (Aviation), will be nresented
the award "for heroism while
participating in aerial flight"
during Operation Darlen In 1958.
The ceremony will be hsld in
Guatemala, where Van Home is
stationed as pilot in sunport of
the Inter American Geodeuc
Survey's mission. '
Van.Horne dlsunguisnea rum-
self bv heroism while flying in
the jungles of the Republic of
Panama during Operation Da-
rlen last seniemDer. xn grouna
force of tha operation was In
grave danger due to communlca
tlons failure ana adverse wcaui wcaui-er
er wcaui-er conditions, deep In uncharted
While flying an emergency
mission with an IMS helicopter.
I Van Home resolved to attempt a
landing at the small helicopter
Isite constructed on a narrow
I ridge flanking thevlcotes River
canyon, visibility was reduced to
nothing during the lata morning
! hours due to fog wi'ch blanket blanketed
ed blanketed th ground, combined with
; rapidly forming cloud bank and
Taking advantage "or very
small break in the Impenetrable
I wall of fog and clouds. Van
Home maneuvered bis H-13 at
treetop level well below the ele elevation
vation elevation of the sheer cliffs and
! critical terrain features Urn
j surrounded him on all aide:. He
had only few hundred yards
j of maneuver space In any direc-
i Hearing the .landing alt.
Very pistol, fired by a member
: oi the ground force, set off n
' sound-flash explosion enabling
i the Keutenant to land hi air aircraft
craft aircraft at the small site, briAglng
In the supplies and provision
desperately needed by tha Isol,
la ted ground lore.
HR ni.it v
country it iafe
ot them excha ne students, 16
was lifted and the passengers
wnetner the outbreak was Asiatic
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did Picture Story On Baby's Birth
Guides Young Father In Emergency
INDIANAPOLIS, 'Ind. Aug. 17
(UP)? A magazine article xhat
jltirred up controversy 20 years
ago served as a ''ao-it-yoursen"
guide for a young father who
brought! his second son Into the
Both mother and sort were
"doing well,", doctors said after
Robert C. Thomas performed an
emergency dellvery early Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning.
"He did a, pretty good Job n
said Drv,Jloyd Boyer, the physi physician
cian physician who took over where, the 21-year-oldf
father left vtt&-1 -'
The; Life magazine "article,
which stirred a furor at the
time It was published, contain contained
ed contained detailed pictures of child childbirth
birth childbirth taken from the movie
, "Birth "of a Baby." Thomas'
mother had stored the article
away over the years 'but .gave
H to the young couple: recent recently
ly recently when told they -were expect expecting
ing expecting their second -child, i . V
Thomas, head shlDoer for Co
lumbia' Pictures Distributors sat
Indianapolis, and, his wife, Dixie
Lou, studied the text and photo photographs,
graphs, photographs, little, realizing they were
taking a ''practical" course in
ehUdblrth. I V','.' hy.. v
About ra.m. Dixie Lou awak
ened her husband and Informed
him she was having labor pains.
Thomas said he "didnt "pay
much attention" at first because
he was still groggy, n- -s,
-. Then Dixie Lou got Out of bed,
he said, and told him she
" :- v v -INXA Radio-Telephoto)
RESCUE MOUNTAIN CLIMBER Claudlo Cortl tsecord
from leftl, one of tour climbers trapped oa Mount Eiger near
Ortndewald. Swlteerland. is' led to safety by rescuers. In
.front of Cortl is his rescuer,
who was lowered at the end or a wincn-operateo caoie w
perform the daring rescue. One of the other three climbers
was found dead and rescue crews fear the other two men eil eil-.
. eil-. to their deaths or are buried under the snow.
'I r j
i J' i :
J In SSI
to 18 years of age. After, a
began debarking. Laboratory
flu. , -'
'.. ."' 1 1
thought the time had come.
"She laid down on the bed
and. i.blhgot' Thomas said.
Thomas realized there was no
time to call a, doctor. Whatever
naa to oe done, nad to be done
Immediately. Now fully awake,
images of ther20-year-old pho photographs
tographs photographs began to take form in
his mind, guiding .him as he
helped deliver his second son."
'1 wasn't nervous until lt was
all over," Thomas said, 'Then, I
was kind of ahaky -; .v
Mrs, Thomas- smd' tiielr, baby
were taken to a hospital, leav leaving
ing leaving the ''midwife to glow with
satisfaction over huu wife's tribute.-
;v-,-, -;t ry p VA
"She said It was a 'lot' easier
than she ever thought It would
be. ''"r; :''l 1--' K-Rr'-
Employment Liirj it
SusDended By Ike
, WASBlNOTONi 'Aug. 17! (UP)
President Eisenhower yesterday hy
executive order suspended a sta sta-tuatory
tuatory sta-tuatory provision governing employ
ment in. the Panama Canal Zone.
The provision limits the employ employment
ment employment of Panamanian citixeni in
the Canal Zone to no- more' than
the number of Americans employ employed
ed employed there.."" -i
It has been customary for years
to suspend this requirement by
executive- orders -. ..v -i- v
German guide Alfred HeUpart,
' (I n'v,f ,"
Mai. Russell 8. Norrls. Jr.. ar
rived In the Canal Zone by air
recently after abandoning ; the
idea to sail his i 31-foot cabin
cruiser Cathy TV, from Balti
more, Md., to h-s new assign assignment
ment assignment at Fart Clayton.' He Is asr
signed as a dental surgeon' in the
For Clayton Dispensary. si
. worris. formerly tne assistant i
dental surgeon at Fort Holablrd,
Md., left -June. 15 from Bain
more's Old Corinthian : Yacnt
Club on a voyage expected to
cover approximately 3000 miles;
However, h hurricane Audrey
caused the major to leave his
boat In St Petersburg, Fla., aft after
er after covering about 1500 miles of
Plans for the long voyage call
ed for the major to pilot his
twin-engine-yacht down, tne in
land Waterway to Florida:1 to
Havana. Cuba: westward to Mex
ieo's Yucatan, Peninsula: down
the Central v American coast to
Panama; and through the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal to the Pacific side.
On arriving in Palni- Beach
Fla., Norrls was met' by rough
weather and hurrlcane-wirn-ings.
He then proceeded through
the Inland Waterway across the
state of Florida to Fort Myer.v
In making the trip at sea from
Fort Myer to St. Petersburg the
weather became extra mely
As the major said, "We were
tossed around out there for over
four hours before making the
next port.. Water came crashing
over the flying bridge." Th boat
remained tn St. Petersburg.
. 'Accompanying Norrls on this
leg of the trip was Lt. Col. George
& ouiey, wno nad taKen e, leave
irom-Fort Holablrd to makf tie
trip all the way to (he Canal
Zone. 1 t
, "Disaster 5 seemed to dog the
trio all the way," said Norrls.
: "Our first trouble came just
before departing from Baltimore
and delayed starting the trip for
" He had 1 just completed the
In Buenos Aires
BUENOS AIRES. Aug. .17 (UP)
President Pedro .,. Aramburu
has called on the 20-nation Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Economic Conference
here to- help in the development
ox Latin America
ArambnruT welcomeof delegates
from the United States and 19 oth
er western hemisphere nations to
the conference at its opening es-
Venezuels, which recently broke
off. diplomatic relations with Ar
sentina in a dispute Over the ac
tivities of1 refugee ex president
Juan D. Pcton, is not represented
at the' parley.
The .Argentine President said
that nreiudice" has prevented the
full development of Latin AmerW
ea's "enormous riches apd possi
bilities. ; ;
"The countries which isolate
themselves through nationalism ad
to their own' misfortunes ana
forge the uncertain destiny of pov
erty, usually behind pompous dic dictatorial
tatorial dictatorial governments..." he said.
"Our greatest hope is that this
conference will attack this evu
at its very roots."
Treasury Secretsry Robert B.
Anderson, the chief U.S. delegate,
has not yet addressed the confer
Soldier Seeks Help
In Transferring US
Citizenship To Son
PARIS, Aug., H (UP S-Sgt.
William Lewis of Englewood, N.
J., appealed for help yesterday in
his fight te pass his American cl cl-tizenahip
tizenahip cl-tizenahip on to his 4-year-old son,
a boy without a country. v
Anthony Lewis wss born last
April f at the America Hospital
here -under U. S. military care.
His mother Patricia Ana, 23, Is
British. - ? v;
'Under BrklAi lsw, the child is
not British because be was bora
outside the Commonwealth and
his' father American.',
He U not French because both
his parents are foreign nationals.
Lewij himself wss born aboard.
His father was American and his
mother was British. Even thmiehi
Lewis Is aa American hy birth,
he has not spent 10 years of his
life in the United States, a require requirement
ment requirement that aaot befulhlled by a
parent, under these circumstsaees,
te give automatic duxewhut to aa
offspring. ; J
"Lewisan eight-year "vetersa ef
the Air Force, has appealed te
many VS. officials for help in
obtaining American citisenahip for
his son, but without rerun,
" Detpite the failures, Levis has
refused te give up the Strug tie.
"1 can't give op vecauae the
whole -thing fast bow at make
ee te me." he Said. "I simply
ean't behere there's o way for
me to pass en my American citi-
senalup te my aea,".
Audrey Post pb
. BEFORE. LEAVING Baltimore, -Md. for Piinama and his new
UJS. Army assignment." Mai.' Russell Norrls (left!.-former
. Fort Hnlabird. Md.; assistant
aeniea wiin an nonorary memDersnip- card, pennant, and hat -patch
pin of the Eastern Yacht tUub by vlub secretary N. H,
Cumberland. r (,U-S. Army Photo;
complicate! task of. Installing
auxiliary twin 61-andra-iialf
gallon tank.;ua job-that required
the disassembly of -major por portions
tions portions of thfc boat... While the In Installation
stallation Installation of the new tanks weat
rather smocthly, trouble 'eU .ick
when both new tanks blew riv rivets,
ets, rivets, pouring high-octane gas a-
round the engine cpmpartmPijt
.ana nut engines." --
"We wen? lucky ftie Cathy IV
didn't go sky high at this point;
Norrls continued, "it took us-.al
most a' full day to drains-while
the ; Baltimore Hie department
Army Staff Groiifij
i ? An Army Command Manageme
System team, headed by Ma j.
Gen. James B. QuiUv assistant
comptroller of theArmy? ? arrived
in .the Canal Zone by 'air. yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. x;
v The team Wit hold orientation
conferences and assist, U.-.-Sj Ar Army
my Army Caribbean general and,- spe special
cial special staff sections in. all aspects of
the A JMS. -;
i The Department of the f "Army
arranged the visit for the purpose
of providing additional assistance
to command officials on tha sys system.
tem. system. 'Wi-ff rfr.ip
in addition to theiP' interst, in
thevstatus of implementation of
the ACMS, Quill and his team will
also receive briefings on the
ganizatioac of major-." installations! ter. from J--ndommantly Negro -J
and subposts. Emphasis wiU be I lhool, -: r: r i I
placed on the loglsUcal and ad-lOlrs. June?: Caret.ci; Hempstead,.
minisfrative support provided to
major missions and satellited ac
tivities and areas of A apprent
duplication of activities with the
Army .'establishment ef the Canal
Zone. .' -'.
Included in the Itinerary, for
Quill is an official visit fo jhe of office
fice office of Lt. Gen., Robert Mon Montague,
tague, Montague, comroander -in chief, Carib Carib-bean'Command.
bean'Command. Carib-bean'Command. -;
Quill is tcheduled o Heave next
weoneMay and jus warn wiu
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nost. rlpnal- simrmn mat nro.(
stood by the remaininr; gas
from.' the tanks."
The time required to fill both
tanks -was only ten minutes
The Cathy IV, while built for
the purpose of water travel, was ;
found'high and dry at. one vint
...A.tl.. 4 U 1 -I 1..
come up from brushing ;my
teeth to" find -my boat no longer :
making any progress but stiar.d stiar.d-ed
ed stiar.d-ed On land.'" .
vGilley had mishtaken a read .:
buoy for a black, one and had
steered on the" wrong side,
f;wjien-'the tide went out, we
were really sitting high."
. The Coast Guard came to tho
rescue this .time and about six
hours later, at high tide, the
thy JV was pulled free. The Jo I
cy Jregumec, i r
'"Norrls was graduated from the
at. louis university acnooi oi
Dentistry Urv, 1946. v He holds a u u-captain's
captain's u-captain's Jfcense for any shtyi w
to 65. feet aPd Is also a comrn
clally licensed airplane pilot.
. Norrls lives at" Fort Clayton v;
with, his wife;. Dorothy, and thoir r
son, Scotfy, 9j and daughter Ca-.;. v
thy, 7. 4
Trqnsfef red From
"HEMPSTEAD; N. Y.. Aug. 17
(UP A -.white "woman: said today
she Would, appeal a school board
decision ;refusing her request for
transfer of .her--."S-year-oid ..daugn-
said The told the board -she would
send her. daughter, Patricia, to a
Lutheran school in September
rather than let her become ""no-
.cially jcrippled'--ag the' only whitp
child-V in toe Usecond gradewvof
prospect School. : At
-- Mrs. Card," who has two old-
ef .children" attending Hempstead
High, School said Patricia always v
was- aione -at :scnooi; ; i
"Hfs Is tot bigotry." Mrl, :
Caro said: "Ibis is a sample that ...
proportiony iiave gone haywu-8.'
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