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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, K. P WEDNESDAY, AUGUST U, 195?
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Will Hospital Emerge?

La Boca To Become
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Once-teeming' U Boca will becorpe a ghost town ait ait-r
r ait-r Jan, 1, 1957, according to an announcement made yes yesterday
terday yesterday by Canal Zone Gov. William E. Potter. at a town
meeting with representatives of Cajial Zone local rate com com-ttiunities
ttiunities com-ttiunities at the La Boca. High, School.
i It may not be "for' long, however. ,lt is rumored that
the Panama Canal, plans to build new hospital at La
Boca after the present residents are moved out.
Potter told his audience yesterd&y that the La Boca
community1 will-be moved to Pedro,, Miguel,, which was

ones a quiet little community
Mleuel. which

. has been caiwa.-uawi uw;
hv mmr' of its residents, has

I been occupied by locrU-S, Air
Force -personnel. .Most ol tne ait
r' Force families have been moved
to Locona on the West Bank.
l A local Air Force spokesman
said onfbout 18 families re re-i,
i, re-i, Vmain in. Pifdro Miguel, and these
-will be moved out .to other quar quar-A
A quar-A ters by Oct 31.
' About 50. La Boca families and
' most of the. 100 bachelors living
' i, in the town will lose their quar quar-'
' quar-' ters and thelt commissary prlv prlv-i....
i.... prlv-i.... result of the ., move.

,S -There are 180 families living In

v jAjBoca at present,
" 1 "The governor said' 84 sets of
' quarters will be available for 1
i Boca families at Pedro Miguel.
, Canal officials said today
survey a of the el mentary
? school ; population of the La
X Boca families who move to Pe-
- ,dro Miguel WU1 have to be
s made to determine If a school
. will have to be provided.
The officials also -said no
- plans have yet? beeiumade' as.

the disposiupn or: v" y""""tv""
Trial Involving
Muknds Bcginrr
.-t. irial InvnlvW sev-
Uil thousands of dollar worth of
Hewelry, wstches n o caraw
ifrem the U.S Navy Exchange at
ihe U.S. Naval Station ia Rodman,
got under way: this morning" ; t
tne Ancon iJisiricv v"-
A total of 24 witnesses are' sched scheduled
uled scheduled to testify in the case against
wnh Ttrintnn- WorrelL i who al
legedly burglarized the Navy Ex-
!chans on tne mgni oi; way
iast; Hbout six of the 24 witnesses
had been called to testify during

this morning s- session. -:
" Worrell was arrested as t sus sus-i
i sus-i pect when he was caught near the
, Scene of the crime two nights later,
I : Part of the loot was recovered in
' tha hiuahfii near the exchange and

(another part was found in a home
in Panama, y ;
l The alleged burglar pleaded net
'guilty on his arraingment on Aug.
It. WorelL is represented rby" Pub Pub-ttieT
ttieT Pub-ttieT Defender William J."1 Sherrit.
jAssistant Dist Atty. Morton J,
fTliAmncnn Jr. hanUtntf th 'nm.

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c Painting In TripIite-VVhit Yellow or Light Green

Householders in Ancon and Dia-
(blo Heights whose houses will be
painted in the near future are be-
.png given an opportunity to incu inculcate
lcate inculcate the colors they desire in ad-
Vance et the work. 1
A contract for the exterior paint-
lai of a large dumber of -houses
liis been awarded to the' Tropical
Paint Company and work is to be
started during 'the coming week
la Ancon.'
i
j The contract covers the' maint maint-lenanee
lenanee maint-lenanee painting planned for the
afast quarter of this fiscal year..
1 A
Ing
A houw-to-house canvass is be-
made by the Engineering Di-

i risioi to determine the choices of

OIOTI 07 weeupania, v
' The caavass is being made hy
; jnnr Hott, student- assistant, who
' Jis Tailing en' occupants with a
u thart of colors to be used and the
Various Combinations that cam be
selected, which was prepared by
- the Architectural Branca. ;
I Tie Vasle colors arc white, yel-i
" Ww, and hght xreea. .
A white trim -will be tued tor
Itouacs painted yellow or green,
, and. ahoa houses will have a jel-

lov tnm. -."..'-'!
1 to iMwate tneir choice u tu
tor doors i may choose a-
rotor which will harmonize with
UMj color scheme,

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tor u.&.-rate employes.
sr.
structures, such as the commis commissary
sary commissary and the school buildings,
now at La Boca.
Potter said yesterday that he
Intends to seek the advice of the
civic councils on how the .move
to Pedro Miguel will be made and
the rate and order of the trans-
fer.
The Governor also revealed
that he is working closely witn
local-rate labor unions on a pro
posed low-cost housing program
in Panama. v
Potter also revealed that tne
government is contemplating
the building of a railroad sta station
tion station much closer to the Paral Paral-so
so Paral-so School to facilitate the use
of the train by students and
possibly eliminate the present
bus service.
- Other subjects were also taken
uo at the town meeting and am
ply discussed before the meeting
ended: T
ROTC Uniforms Will
Be Issued L'oxt Week
AH eadets- whd wlll nroll 111
the ROTC Program at -Balboa an4
Cristobal HiSh ; ?chools for. -'-the
coming, school yenr tr rqsed
t draw- their clothing and equips
ment, next weeK.. 1 1 1
..The fallowing schedule7 is tb be
observed at the ROTC building' at
Balboa High School:'
Last v names beginniniif .fnvA-G;
Last names. beginning in H P,
Tuesday. j
Last .names beginning in, Q Z.
Wednesday. r
Hours for issuance of equipment
and; clothing are from 8 a.m, to
12 noon; .. .. : v. k;.
Cadets enrolled at Cristobal Hich
School may draw .their clothing
and equipment any morning next
week between the hours of 8 a.m.
and 12 noon. ,
Building
Bin
House
WASHINGTON. Aus:. 21 (VP)
The House today passed and sent
to the White House a bill authoriz
ing 1,232,495,000 to be spent on
mnuary construction,
The measure, approved" yester yesterday
day yesterday by the Senate,' was a compromise-
between differing House and
construction program,
ine Mouse passed the bill by
voice vote. v
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irRS. K. (J. MATBTEXTY, wife of the chief of the Division of
Veterinary Medicine, points to the color she will choose when
the time comes to have her house painted. HoJdine the color
chart Tim Hots, student assistant in the Architectural
Branch, who la nuking a houae4o-houM lurvesk

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Solon' Advocates,
Vide-range Study
Of PC Problems
WASHINGTON Aug. 21 iUPl
R e p r esentative-' Clark W.
Thompson of Texas punusned m
the official Contressiotial Rec
ord a proposal to iindertake a
comprenensive stuay oi means
to improve the Papama Canal,
"For a lonsf tlme,! he:sp.d. "1
have advocated the, appointment
of a non-partlsahii ehtire'y un
Vla bhA anH nmnetplv COirme
tent commission fto weigh. the
data at hand and to recommend
to the Congress the lopg-range
program!1ii'-..'-,'.vt ',. c'r-f
"I now note with great lrltef
est and -satisfaction that the
chairman of the Merchant Ma.
rlne committee, .", the Hon.- Her
berfc C. Bonner, proposes to ap
point a commission of a similar
nature but -with fewer members
to study the situation and to re
nort Its findings v :
"1 am confident that his
choice' of mmebers will be wise
and that the resulting report
will in all probability lead tne
way .tto an early solution of tne
Panama canai problems.
315CZers6ef
Anli-polio Shols,
More Tomorrovf
'Vn to noon today' it total of
315rDersons had taken advantage
of-.: the antiTpoliot vaccination

station set ut in the rotunda or. province of ejtfrnmost Cuba ..
the TanaL Scane dmQlsrj-at1oTil J'l'hat js th$-copcTuwit of,.two
builduig' to et ithel !4fcon4 reelrlorma yQulhs"schedulel for trial

DOlio-immuhization shots
Officials' said a few of the SW
received their first vaccinations.
'. The shots were-! administered
by Mrs. Erma Forbes," pacific
school nurse, under the direction
of Dr. Eric Osterberg, chief of
the Division of Preventive Medi Medicine
cine Medicine and Quarantine.; with Gray
Ladies Mrs. Edwapd B. Framp Framp-ton
ton Framp-ton and Mrs. Daniel J. Paolucci
handling the registrations.
Canal officials announced to-
da that the vaccination team
will move tomorrow to the in industrial
dustrial industrial area first aid station to
give free polio inoculations to
employes of the area.
, Vaccination will start at 8 a.m.
Rabbi N. Witkin
Returns From Tour
Of Caribbean
. Rabbi Nathan Witkin returned
to the Isthmus yesterday after a
tour of the Caribbean bases.
Rabbi Witkin ; made arrange
ments for the observance of the
High Holy Days which begin
Sept. 5; and held religious serv services
ices services for the 'men of the Jewish
faith and their dependents.

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U.S. SECRETARY OP THE TREASURY Robert B. Anderson
and Mrs.' Anderson being greeted last night by Lt. Oen. Rob Robert
ert Robert M. Montague, commander in chief, Caribbean Command,
as they arrived briefly at Albrook Air force Base on their
way to Washington. Secretary and Mrs. Anderson arrived
from Buenos Aires; Argentina, where Anderson has been
participating In. the. Inter-Amerlcaa Economy conference.
1 (Official USAF Photo)

Two Florida
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For Haying
SANTIAGO DE CUBAf Cuba
if UPWPistols and pleasure don't
I mix, at least id this rebel-troubled
weanesuay ou cnargea. i pacaing
pistols cocked and loaded in the
nearby, city of SadI Luis three
weeks ego.
"We came for 'a.-: hot weekend
all right," 28-year old Russell
Freeman Masker of Sebastian
told; the United Press syBut we
didn't reckon how hot they could
make weekends around here."
His companion Thomas McClel
lan Miller, 23, of Miami, said, it
turned into the "longest and rough
est weekend I've ever nad.
Both adventurers deny the gov
ernment's charges that they ar
rived with the intention of joining
Fidel Castro and his band of'rev of'rev-olutionaries
olutionaries of'rev-olutionaries in the mountains west
of this city.
They said they will contend at
their trial that their 45s were for
hunting and that they always trav travel
el travel with them, The two Americans
arrived in the area Aug. 3 at the
height of recent demonstrations
against the government.
"We had a big night In Ha Havana,''
vana,'' Havana,'' Masker .said, "We counted
our money the next morning and
decided we had. enough- left to see
more of the island. We caught the
train for Santiago. It. wasn't long
before we ran into a friendly Cu Cuban.
ban. Cuban. He had some rum. We got
to talking. He told us about his
hometown of St.: Luis, We decided
to see how it compared with our
iU Louis in the states,
"Believe me. the only thins
alike is the name, We, -found rout
the hard way. .. ,:
"Our troubles started When we
were leavmf this guy's brother's
house in San Luis. A bunch of
soldiers Were w a i t i g outside.
They wanted to see our- papers.
Then 'they frisked us.i When they
iouna a gun 4n me they said we
would have to go along with them.
They were a little excited but they
hadnt hurt us yet.
"The big change came when we
were getting into a car with the
soldiers. Tom's run ther hadni
found that fell out on the floor.
He picked it up and started to
hand it to the soldier beside met.t
The soldier didn't see it that way.
ine.seemeo to mint w. were put-
ling he gun on him. Anyway the
next thing we knew.-they were
AlnHRavind mi. n W -..il.
tiuuuciiu ua vu ws UCiU witU
rifle butts and the fiats of sabres
United Fruit Co.
Gets Oil-Search
Rights In Panama
' BOSTON,' Ar 11 (UP)
The United Fruit Cam pan? an
nonnred that It had acquired
the tif bta te a eencewiea la
Panama. explore fer petre petre-letua
letua petre-letua over aa area ef one soil
lion acres. --
The area Is la Chirint Prov Province
ince Province ea the Pacific ceast. This
Is the location ef seeae ef the
company's best baaana p)aa p)aa-Utiooa.
Utiooa. p)aa-Utiooa. --

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Youths Jailed
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Guns, In Cuba
and Ibangkig us. in the 'guts with
everything they had?' ,
Three.- weeks f later," each, man
was missjng a part-ot an'eyebrow,
but-the stitches seeaied io.l hfiri.
lingBicely.The pairrreported tio
pnysicav mistreatment since 'arriv
al at me municipal Jail here.
Both were taking imprisonment
In goDd 1 spirits. They appeared
hope ful the -authorities would let
them off with suspended senten sentences
ces sentences conditioned on deportation.
M'ller looks like varsity back-
iiem material. He is well set,,
weighs 215 pounds, is 6 feet 2 rach rach-es
es rach-es tall. He said he once attended
the University of Miami.
'Masker is a burlv
He is 5 feet 8 inches tall, has un unruly
ruly unruly black hair and talking seems
to come easy to him. He was
vague abbut his last job describ describing
ing describing himself as "retired."
The pair are confined in a 50 by
22 foot cell block with 24 Cuban
political prisoners. Newsmen and
American consular authorities are
How allowed to visit at any time,
other callers are allowed three
days a week.
"Our only beef," said Miller, "Is
beans. For breakfast, it's beans
and rice For lunch, it's rice and
beans. And for supper rice with
Deans.?
Ravaged Tanker
Sinks Off 'Rock'
GIBRALTAR, Aug. 21 (UP)
The explosion ravaged tanker
"World Splendour" lost a drama drama-tie
tie drama-tie raca against time today and
sank within sight of safety off the
Rock of Gibraltar,

Army Running Test Of Vaccine Needs
To Protect Key Men From Asiatic Flu
"WASHINGTON, Aug. 21 (UP) I Researchers want to know how

The Armed Forces are running
tests on volunteers to see now i
much vaccine will be needed to
protect key personnel during the
expected oriental flu epidemic this
winter.
The Public Health Service has
recommended a shot of one cubic
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Tbe Armed Forces are experi experimenting
menting experimenting with double shots to de determine
termine determine if that will guarantee im immunity
munity immunity for men in vital air de
fease posts and ether key fobs.
Surgeon General Leroy Burner
has said the flu could strike 10
to 20 per cent ef the population
up to M million.
It Ceald Move Fast
He said the disease, which it;
expected to break out ia the late
fall or winter, could sweep eeross
the country la lour te six weeks.
The Public He alia Service said
Its communicable disease center
at Atlanta, Ga is carrying out a
experiment a the effectiveness of
vaccine shots similar to the Armed
Serrices' experiment at W alter

&ea Army uospiui.

WE PULSE
-OF PANAMA
POLICE' CHIEF Bolivar Valla:
rlno and Secret Police Chief Hec
tor Valdes Jr.. have been sum
moned to appear as witnesses In
the investigation ot cnarges H'
gainst First Vice President Te Te-mitiocles
mitiocles Te-mitiocles Diaz,, who Is accused
of issuing a call to arms during
a political rally in Santa Ana
Plaza en the night of July 4.
. VaUarlno Is scheduled to tea
tify;on.Aug. 27, Valdea on Aug.
' A woman.' Identified as Mn
Hercllia perei, has been accused
of abandoning two children, one
7 -vears old. 1 the other seven
months, and making off for the
interior.
According' to the charge,- one
morning Mrs.' Perez ten tne cnu
dren with a neighbor whom she
told she would return lor.tnem
the same afternoon, several days
later when the mother failed to
return, the neignoor learnea
that, Mrs. Perez had gone to the
Interior. The charge has ,oecn
lodged with the police judge of
Pueblo Nuevo.
The Panama City Council has
approved a resolution to award
the Gold Key of tne city to
President Ernesto de la Guar
dia Jr, The award will be made
On Nov, 3 at the annual Inder
pendenca Day session of the,
council.., .j. ,$:'. ..
tilled P The leaded 'SW.
meftista Party that pey may ue;
fov'sv,fer?42f
ration ,which; pronounced, itne
parkas leganaeao.,;, ;'.
Knife-
Holduo Man Avails
Probation decision
A 26-vear-old "Panamanian who
unsuccessfully tried to hold up the
La Boca service center. Monlay
afternoon reappeared briefly m
Balboa Magistrate's Court this
morning to hear the verdict on re
vocation of his probation.
Georee Ulvsses Allen, who yes
terdav was hound over for trial in
U.S. District Court on a charge of
robbery, was told by Judge John
. Deming that his case was con continued
tinued continued until after, the first charge
has been disposed of in the Dis
trict Court,
He was immediately taken back
to his cell in the Balboa police
station.
Allen caused quite a stir in La
Boca Monday when he brandish
ed a knife at the service center
cashier and removed $4 JO from
the cash register. He was disarm
ed by service center employe Wil
lie F. Bowie, who came up from
behind and stuck a bis bread knife
at Allen's back and grabbed him
by the waist.
Allen was held until the police
arrived to arrest him.
quickly the new vaccine produces
anti-bodies in the blood and how
many.
Dr. Geoffrey Edsall, director of
the communicable disease re research
search research at Walter Reed, said full
protection is needed for the men
in the Strategic Air Command, air
defense crews, radar warning
technicians and in thousands of
other key jobs.
"We've got to have the front line
boys in a state of readmes," Ed Edsall
sall Edsall said.
Ne Margin Of Erer
"With them we can't accept the
margin of error in immunization
against aa epidemic disease that
we would .accept for ourselves.
For the civilian population we are
going te have te make de with
the best we've rot."
The -Armed Kerres hive placed
.order for about four million snots
enough to give more thai one
cacb to Ua key personnel.
Edsall said about 100 soldiers
and civilians
iansh
ave taken various
vaccine ia tests
doses of the
which will show how much is
'needed te produce absolute pro-
itectioa. Final results have act fat

pee eo&pia.

Syria-Ik

Brands Charges
Of US-backed Plot

Mere

WASHINGTON, Aug. 21 (UP) President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower charged today that the Soviet Union is trying to
take over Syria. ,
The situation in Syria at present, however, does not
justify any American action under the Eisenhower Doc-:
trine, the President told his news conference.
He saT3 Russia is frying to gain control of the coun-'
try by clandestine means, but that, the United States so
far does not know the full extent of Soviet penetration
there.
Mr. Eisenhower said charaes that the United 5tateiB

plotted to overthrow the .Syrian- reaime were merely

smokescreen thrown up by
are trying to build up their
Mr. Eisenhower said the pat pattern
tern pattern discernible in Syria is an old
one fallowed by the Soviets to seize
power. . '(. '- '' -" '
First, he, kaid. ihe Soviet Un'on
offers economic and military aid.'
Through this, the Soviets pene-
trate a. country with agents and
find stooge to do their wilk 'r
Finally he. added they take
a 'country, 'i.-:rv.ii -r T--'
Miv ; f isatihoVef? wnf v6s M
.,in :raM..-surrnr imetf eninw
nit moves In' Syria are support'
ed by the Soviet Union. A newt
man k-d the President ; if fie
were ti'sgestina that .Russia is
engaged if conspiracy in Sy
ria to take over thet country.
That, Said the President, is the
ultimate Soviet aim.
He said this aim is kept under
cover in early stages.
Th Soviets, ho said, first ap
peal to e ipirit of nationalism.
But when they ponetrate deeply
nough, the people find out it is
too (ate their affairs are be being
ing being run from somewhere else.
The President said the United
States so far does not have as
much information on the Syrian
situation as it would like.
He said a security detachment
has been thrown around the Amer American
ican American Embassy in Damascus for
some "days, and that a very, rigid
censorship is in effect.
At present. Mr. Eisenhower said,
there is little the United States can
do about the Syrian situation he he-cause
cause he-cause action would involve inter intervention
vention intervention in the internal affairs of
another country.

Eisenhower Disappbinted
In Record Of Congress

WASHINGTON. Aug. 21 (UP)
President Eisenhower said today
he la tremendously disappointed
In the record to date of trus ses session
sion session of Congress.
At 'his weekly news confer conference,
ence, conference, Mr. Eisenhower indicat indicated
ed indicated a willingness te accept a
compromise version of the ju jury
ry jury trial amendment te the Ci Civil
vil Civil Rights Bill somewhere be between
tween between the Senate version,
which he still opposes, and his
original position.
The compromise proposal will
be announced later today or to
morrow by House Republican
leaders.
The President also told report
ers he earnestly hopes that Con Congressional
gressional Congressional leaders of both par parties
ties parties will get together and finish
action on the Civil Rights Bill
at this session of Congress ra
ther than letting it go into an
election year.
He did not think it weald e
proper te have the emotions of
the people torn ever each an
suae aext year during Con Congressional
gressional Congressional and State elections.
Other highMehU of Mr. Eisen
hower's meeting with reporters:
He expressed again nis nope
that the senate would restore
everv cent of the reduced for-
jelgn aid appropriation to the
level of tne original auuwnza-
Uon bill, then make the test
possible aeai out oi -a aouae-
Senate conference.
He said the. 41 American
students who hate gone to Red
China from the youth, meeting!
in Moscow nere badly advised
and ara etotn a sUaerrica to

Smokescreen

Syrian of leftist ieanina who
power. ., ;
RECALL DEMANDED The
United. States demanded that
the Syrian Ambassador, Farid
Zelneddine (above), and a
member of his staff leave the
U.S. in retaliation for the Syr Syrian
ian Syrian ouster of three American
diplomats. C
their country.
He said he sees bo useful useful-ness
ness useful-ness in contemplating a spe special
cial special session of Congress en
civil rights. He reiterated that
the world situation would have
to dictate the necessity of a
special session on foreign aid
should Congress end ap voting
what he regards as Insufficient
funds.
Mr. Eisenhower said ha
plans to remain in Washington -as
long -as Congress Is in ses session,
sion, session, but that if the House and
Senate wind up their affairs In
aoout tne next 10 days or so ana
if Mrs. Eisenhower's medical -condition
permits, he still hopes
to take a holiday at Newport,
R.I.
He added, however, that his
vacation Diana become-' more 'in
definite each day. ;
Mr. Eisenhower war asked ta
appraise the Congressional treat treatment
ment treatment of the administration pro program
gram program this year and to evaluate
the job done by Congress;
The President said that he
bad looked over the tons list of
recommendations he submitted
to Congress last January and
was tremendously disappointed -that
to date so many bills had
not been acted on and in some
cases not evea accorded commit-
tee heartnra. - r
He declined to divide the
blame between the Democrats
and Republicans.
He said those who voted a-
gainst his program which he be-
lieved was best for the welfare
of the aaUoa bad to shara. the
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CURUNDuTwiMMING POOL
51r:Now. with the "tt&gFSffi lf?Si&X
project a reality. . Q Lord for glylng us the

inrsi ana iui zr,rr t7.nt.and ud to all adversities
courage, strength and stamina to tandp wWch

and discouraging
He save helped a lot also. and wno

and for doing so much to form the original rB
ZtttSMP& tKaKr the Murage Murage-ment
ment Murage-ment and help which i they give &nd th4f staffs
To the post cmmndXptivrnarticipation in every Phase
lor their very active and eec JYonstruction of the pool,
of our raising events and tee actual cons

To the Engineer, -""-.r-- lon ,oa

Labor News

"Ah! Here Iris"

And

Comment

xnent aim w
."5w naiwrt who M. to rSnto5"tr?o.l'.
.-SBPiSil T'CorUd d. by .V&m
I i, fteorce Helwlg and Kenny Kerr who has helped us from

the eiecincai worn TarV neat.

ierful tim
Charles F
all our w

tJlftla for Deinil R aeuunu

AO

have given so mucn ui -f HeiwlT. Rainn

Ouenther. Bill Kongaoie. V. ir Retehart. "Lee"

for

S TeHate Frree and Charles Fr.iershaus
lldSurau, help of doingall our wjgg

Joe

Jim Harned,

Le-

Bob Mecas-

VTn.rt VSiaefill

key. Joe Wertz and all the many owr. d

ation of tru'eka and 0nl..,K: Tost Beeiaurant
Tn thi management and employes) or wru.BJi. wori

lor theirhelp as only they can know now e"ftnd i fiel
that"! nhfd SfllSS .-2 r hy
tM Ihave
SWoTal SI B-'SSSS oealong the way.
. Thanks to all of you. jameg w Prlce,
Chairman.

THIS IS SO SADDEN

tfir:

It saddens my heart to Xi "TTi -none

military

-r r:. ;v. i h (Man mox.

Reading Deiweenuic u, ,av. little

&jSnK.TS JSrCXCU to b. pr.-
ed by you know who served as civilian
Despite those setbacks loca -raters who
t"8rL. and hSS7 tSW 21i? retlredmiUtary employ"
.JJKtS. and the widows of those who

are gewinK' w .mm receiving monmiy

cave uw

have' rone over the great divide are

fc18-. w.. v,arriiv evr see any discrimination

Not oniy mat. dm nnd vou can bet tnat
PJJL talks about Justice. A Gringo get caught remand remanded
ed remanded omSssary" goods, .and tta j go gJ
aent-minded. PanamanUns ?et sentenced PJ, ?pof r8n.
flumped on the Zone, even food. Why u ".ay, Be-
nfters That is why they are running from the Single
tS? onlv Gringos on the Canal who do i a good
w ArTth weaker sex Without them and the lc-'&";
the Canal's Ortngol would be back Stateside peddling
PP1P jjl should also remember that when Nauei took
. nffl' ranal the British and French pulled out their pUou.
oSbSS R feiftwo year, to train a Sue, f;
Kered the Egyptians could not run the Canal. But Jne Egyp
llAM hired Egyptian. Russian. Chinese anJ even North Amer Amer-B
B Amer-B plloS? who with almost no practice
loo than had been done by the experienced French and Brit-
Ik important purpose of the Remon-Eteenhower treaty was
(o open the doors of Panama to lndustrtalUti who for years
k.nt n hv vou know who. We have room In Pan Pan-l
l Pan-l nK$ SSoWlnduMist, from tht States,
jnuln or any other country, so long as their skills do not run
o robbing the government systematically, or they are not Deep
South types. We need North Americans, but not of the Paa-
una Canal sort.
Anyway the Canal will soon be turned over to the military.
just you wait and see. k
' Ginger Knew, AH

By VICTOR RIESEL

Essen, Ttie Ruhr,. Germany

ueep in ice Heart of Kurope, we

nave a navy. Not a Swiss Mavy. A
real fleet, watching on the Rhine,
floating past the castles and ter terraced
raced terraced wme groves cut into the

mountainsides. This navy carries
atomic cannons. We have an ad admiral
miral admiral in Salzburg. Austria. Not for

the music festival, but to coordi

nate our river craft.

We have missile sites near Hei

delberg. We have rockets ia the
Alps. V'e'rt in the counter intel intelligence
ligence intelligence business, too. We even let
the Russians believe they're real really
ly really spying on our military install installations
ations installations through their mission in
Frankfurt.
We can protect ourselves against

the Communists. Rest assured. But

what about the Socialists?

These Socialists are povwirful

man. They are tha intellectual
playboys of tha western world.
They lead powerful political par
ties at powerful in Germany,
My, Fr.nct and England at arm
of our major parties. Some
times more so.
True, they are anti Communist.

But they arc anti Capitalist, too.
They do not like the U. S. Some

of tnem loathe us. Some of them

ndicuie us. Some of them await
the moment they can take power

In Germany and the rest of Eu

rope and bieak with us, or at
best give us the back of the hand

with positive neutralism.
The Socialists will not fight phy

sicaiiy tor power. But they may

ever uave 10 mouiu lae uarn

caaes. Jrieir moment may come

on Sept IS in Germany 8 and

in the next 24 months in the other

big European nations. On Spet.
15th the German Socialist Party
and Chancellor Adenauer's party

ugnt u out at the polls in a na

tional election. Within the next
two yetTs, similar political battles
will bo fought in Italy, France
and Englana.
We may yet see a Europe Di Divided
vided Divided between the Socialists and
the Communists. If that happens.

that will mean the end of private

property ur tt best, the Beginning
of the end.
That's cold fact, although tha
statement may stir some hot
temper. In fact, the Socialists
have already b.igun the process
they hope to complete if they
teke power next month. Here,
in the heart of Girmany's col
and steel indusries, the Social
ists, with an assist from our oc occupation
cupation occupation authorities, long ago
made the unions officially and
legally part of tha board of di directors
rectors directors of the big steel and coal
outfits. This is called co-deter-minatiun.
It means that, for example, if
the U.S. Steel Corp. had a 10-man
board oi directors, five would be
from the United Steel Workers and
five from the stockholders. The
chairmin would be a neutral who
usually sides with the union.

That's only for coal and steel
corporations in Germany. Now the

German Social Democratic Party
says that if it wins, it will extend
this Kind of partnership to all Ger German
man German industry.

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Compulsive Boozers
' By BOB RUARK

Over in Bonn, a few days ago
I spoke to the second in command
of the German Social Democratic
Party Herr Wilhelm Mellies. I
asked him if the party would'
nationalize all industry if the So Socialists
cialists Socialists won. He said it wouldn't
be necessary lor the government
to take over property. He said bis
party could take over industry bit
by bit by simply making the u u-niom
niom u-niom partners in management.
This means that half the board
of directors of every German busi business,
ness, business, including those owned by A A-meriean
meriean A-meriean interests, would consist
of labor leaders or their deputies.
This is the hosrd which decides
how much shall be paid in divi dividends
dends dividends and how much to the com company
pany company officers,
Obviously it would not bo long
before tfw Socialists and their
partners In the Gormen unions,
the DGB, would control the re revived
vived revived Industry which has brought
almost lush prosperity to this
bettered land.
And I belive that as Germany
goes, so goes the rest of free Eu Europe
rope Europe The Socialists have one of the
most powerful international politi political
cal political ne'works in the free world.

They meet regularly, as they did
recently in Vienna. They have a
common program.
The British Socialists, for ex example,
ample, example, have Just prepared an ac action
tion action program which says they, too
would wipe out private property
if they take power in the next two
years. I don't mean somebo somebody's
dy's somebody's candy store. I mean factories.
The British Socialists, with whom
we may well have to deal soon,
call for the Immediate government
ownership of the iron, steel and
trucking industries. And they want
stock dividends to go to the state.
They also have a gimmick which
would give them power to investi investigate
gate investigate the owners of a plant, and
thea come ap with a decision taat
the continued private ownership of
the shop ia not goad for England.
And the government would take
it over, for a price, of course. Spe Spe-effically,
effically, Spe-effically, they have Britain's SOO
largest plan's ia mind.
They're really gentle fellows,
these Socialists. If root that
they don't like ue, our country
and eur capitalist ways. And
they fatly intend ta ale seme seme-thing
thing seme-thing about it.

It is to be hoped that William
Girard is studying flower arrange arrangements,
ments, arrangements, tea pouring and saki drink drinking
ing drinking before his trial comes up in
Japan on Aug. 26. The Japs, they
are a funny race, and many things
determine justice in their courts.
We note a Japanese law whicn
says that a man who does some
thing bad. like shooting anothei

man to death while drunk, ruler

that the man, di'e to being stiff a'

the tim Je"; ly

out ot his bead ans should not b
punish..
If this sounds a mite peculiar.
Pfc. Adolph C. Merten of East St.
Louis, 111., Marine stationed in
Japan, was recently acquitted of
firing five shots at one Shiro Ta Ta-kawa
kawa Ta-kawa in a Yokusuka bar. Taka Taka-wa
wa Taka-wa died of this infusion of lead into
his carcass.
But the judge ruled: '.The de defendant
fendant defendant had been drinking for sev-

erai noun ai tne ume w uie iuci-4.

dent. Because of this ho showed
symptoms of being pathologically
intoxicated and was in a state o
mental unsoundness."
Hit Honor lot him fraa.
and now, due ta the armed forc forces
es forces pact between America and
Japan, he cannot be tried by
court-martial. This is tha great greatest
est greatest blow against sobriety I have
encountered lately.
The Japs are most amazing
the understatement of the century.
They put a hign price on drunk drunkenness,
enness, drunkenness, for instance, and their fas fascination
cination fascination for death is not under understandable
standable understandable to a Western mind.
Recently in Tokyo, we hired as
cute and smart a little gal as you

ever saw to olay secretary-guide
for Mama and me. We were going
by tram tu AmO, aim mis poor
butteifly remarked to Mama: "Is
not tho country pretty now with
the cherry blossoms What a pity
I cannot die now." Apart from
that, she. was as chipper as a lin-.
net. i
An American officer got a jail
senteae recently for killing a Jap
in a traffic accident, and the judge
was moved, to remark that he had
: taken into -consideration that the
officer had failed to observe the
custom of visiting the family of
. ... l 1 ui-

me aeceasea ana expressing mi

sympathy.
An Armv directive also points
out that H you knock off a pedes pedestrian
trian pedestrian aval tha we.k and and
can't get in touch with your in
sura nee broker until Monday, it
. is perfectly correct to fetch flow-

4 are or fruit and. a small token, of

ed f imily on Sunday afternoon,
Only the Japs could have
thought up the kamikaze the

WASHINGTON As one who

has been called names by Presi

dents, I suppose 1 should get

sardonic satisfaction from the
fact that jfreoioent Kisehower

was called a "lousy liar" by Con

gressman Clevelanu Bailey of West

Virsnia. Bui i aicuri. iame-cau-

ing ia American politics doesn't

pay.
However, the issue which caus

ed Congressman Bailey to pop

one 'ol the most important to the
nation, and n you know Congress

man Bailey's role in the battle for
better education, you can under understand
stand understand why he lost his temper.

It so happens that Bailey has

been one oi the most valiant and

faithful fighters' for schools in the

entire history of Congress.
For seven years he has strug

gled to pass a school bill. At the
climax of this struggle, just as the
aid to education bill was about to
come up for a vote, he saw the

President do two things which the
public didn't know, about.
1 Ike called off his press con conference
ference conference the day before the school
bill vote so he would not have to
express -an opinion on It.
2 The President also suppress
ed a vitally important report urg urging
ing urging Federal aid to colleges just be before
fore before the school bill vote.
Many months earlier, the Pres President
ident President had appointed a "Commit "Committee,
tee, "Committee, on Education Beyond the High
School ' i
Chairman of the Committee was
a conservative Republican and J.
P.. Morgan director, Devereau Jo Josephs,
sephs, Josephs, chart man of the New York
Lite Insurance Company This
is not exactly a Communist orga organization
nization organization and. Josephs is not un unfriendly
friendly unfriendly to the U.S. Chamber of
Commerce.
This Ike appointed committee

had finished a painstaking report

wmcn was marked for public re release
lease release July 28 'the Sunday before

suicide bombers who crashed into' the House was scheduled to vote

our shins during the war and on scnool construction.

the banzai raids, which meant no

thing. One banzai raid I saw on
Guam consisted of two drunk Japs
in a tank, shooting the guns into
the au instead of at people. Then
they got out of the tank, bowed,
and surrendered. .
Another band of survivors, hid hidden
den hidden in the jungle, near the B-29
base where I was suffering on ,a
steadv diet of bananas and Air

force food, slid out of the hills

White the report did not soeci

fically support the school construe

tion bill, it did make alarming

statements about our lagging edu education.
cation. education. It cited an "unparalleled de demand"
mand" demand" by all Americans for bet better,
ter, better, ant better education. Ameri
can education, it said, has entered
a "revolutionary phase."

"Without realizing it, we have

become a society of students," said

NIGHTLY, 8:30

. 10:30
the exciting Song
and dance team
SPARKY &
PLUGGY
Bella Vista Room

1 flamma

one night and savagely attacked, this report, headed by one of the

the Baker-Z9s on tne new neia.
They covered them up with bana banana
na banana leaves.
Still another lone Jap, who had
hid out successfully for months,
defying all efforts to smoke him
on i. of b cave, came one evening
of his own volition at Retreat. He
saluted the Stars and Stripes and
surrendered to a Seabee motor
pqol. ;eJ i, m' 'A .4;f
As compulsive beoxers al although
though although they do not handle their
liquor well I nover saw a race

ta match them.

most conservative businessmen in

New .York.
WHI1 E HOUSE SUPPRESSION
When, after outlining the tremen tremendous
dous tremendous need for education, the com committee
mittee committee appointed by Eisenhower
proceeded to criticize the govern government
ment government for failure to make known
the needs of aid for education. ;
'Wft have been struck above all
else," said the President's commit committee,
tee, committee, "by. the-astounding lack' of

! date facts, and hy now little this

I should imagine that if Army-! EJT "trSJ. 7 .tY.

Specialist Third. Class William S. ,j .nternrise -"Wnili
TlDflvdt? This ieport, which would have
rhevW.hirh.Lf th?tanffihd,ed to enlighten 'Congress on
an empty shell,' hands the judge educational. mri .-hint fi.fnw it

Ia bundle of flowers and mentions!.-,,- fn vnt. nn t M tft .,,,

tea. he will go free as a bird. H,

he claims he knocked her off in
line of duty they'll probably hand
him a harakiri knii turn their
back's, and allow him to be his
own executioner.

I don't kr.ow about Japs. They

could be people, but sometimes
you wonder.

tion bill, was all ready for publica publication
tion publication July 28. ......
Suddenly the President held J
up.' The report was suppressed ana
the school bill defeated.
After tnat. the President an announced
nounced announced to the public that he bad
done everything in his power to
support the school bill.
And after that, Congressman Bai Bailey
ley Bailey ot West Virginia called him
"a lousy liar."
Note 1 The report on educa education
tion education was later published by the
White House Aug. 11, and while
the White House will doubtless de deny
ny deny that publication was (delayed,
they wiL send you a copy if you
write and ask for it.
Note 2 Bailey was not the on only
ly only one critical of Ike's stand on
the school bill. Vice President Nix Nixon
on Nixon himself made caustic, though
private comment regarding Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's wishy-washy stand on both
school aid and the civil rights bills.
It was the first time Nixon has
been heard to use harsh word a a-bout
bout a-bout the President.
PROBING BUSINESS
If you're a Senator investigating
labor, or if you're a Senator Inves Investigating
tigating Investigating big business, it makes a
lot of difference.
' In order to Investigate either
group after the Senate convenes
every morning, you have to get
permission of the Senate leader leadership,
ship, leadership, because Senate committees
are not supposed to sit while the
Senate is in session.
Last week an interesting thing
happeied when Sen. Este Kefau Kefau-ver
ver Kefau-ver was probing. the high cost of
living and had Roy Blough, fast fast-talking
talking fast-talking head of U.S. Steel, on the
witness stand to ascertain why
U.S. Steel contributed to inflation
by boosting prices.
Naturally, such important testi testimony
mony testimony as US. Steel's could not
be concluded in a single morning,
so when the Senate convened at
sion to meet In the afternoon.
: Senator Knowland of California,
tha flfiV l.brl.r nrnmntlv nlvian.

ed. He had been tipped off by
Sen. Fverett Dirksen, Republican
of Illinois, the member of Kefauv Kefauv-er's
er's Kefauv-er's committee who asked helpful
questions ot glib steel mogul
Blougn. '
So the Kefauver committee prob probing
ing probing U.S; Steel's inflationary ac action
tion action didnf meet that afternoon.
But down the hall from Kefauv Kefauv-er's
er's Kefauv-er's empty room, a jam packed
Senate Rackets Committee got per
mission 'to continue its more po popular
pular popular job of probing labor."

UEEEI5KI35A1

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passing the buck. But rhey never
passed as fast os they do nowo-
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WASHINGTON Aus. 21 (UP)
The British Embassy and th
University f Maryland are be be-ing
ing be-ing swamped with letters and
" calls about a football game and
garden party Quatn Elisabeth
will attend on hor October visit.:
1 i Qne aample goes like this:
"I would like very. much to be
' invited to the garden party for
Queen Elizabeth. . '
V "Enclosed please find check for
, two tickets to the Maryland-North
Carolina football game. If posible,

i please give me two as near to the
Queen as posible." -'
. The enthusiasm (that's a British
understatement) being shown over

the October visit of the Queen And

. Princa Philip has amazed even the
old hands who were around for the
traffic tie-ups and mob scnes that
marked the 1939 visit of he late
King George and his Queen (the

present Queen Mother Elizabeth)
i and the brief 1951 visit of Eliza-

' beth then princess, and her hand-

come .consort. '
. i ... The British Hmhassv i inn Jin.

'' lomatic, to give any names or de

tails on the letters seeking invita

lizabs"oi
At'" t

ee Marylahd vs; W Ca rolina

tions to thes garden party which
ill be given, Oct. 18 by the com commonwealth
monwealth commonwealth Countries,
But the writer suggest all
kinds of reason why they should
bo invited '. from an ancestor
in common with the Queen to a
distant relative who happen to
live fn London r
; The commonwealth hosts hope to
hold the guest list down to "about
2,000."
,Even then,"' the 'handsome era-

basy lawn may 'look- mofe-'iTike
the football game slated for the
following day,- 1
At Maryland University, officials
are, in a happy daze over zooming
ticket sales and have quickly put
Buckingham Palace on their mail mailing
ing mailing Wtw, v t
. -
The Queen and Prince Philip will

receive with other fans a hand-

of Maryland football games and
the team line-up.
' f 1 i i j t
The, booklet was: snatched out -of
the printer's hand when the
Royal football date was announc announced
ed announced so that a- full page picture,
.of the Queen could be added.

:- The. umversity plang to rent

temporary stands to add 15,000
seats to the 35,000-capaticity stadir

um.

fans have been squeezed into the
field was for one big game with
UCLA and two games with Navy.
' Has royalty ever attended a
Maryland game before? ''
"Not a once,'! said a happy pub public
lic public relations officer. I'Not even a
president."

seme pre-season souvenir schedule j The only other times thaj many the field itself,

?Titilatingr university officials- are
reports that' Prince Philip has in

dicated- a wish to get down onto

Could he possibly f .' want to
,klck the -pigskin? They'll be
ready if he does.'

And Gov. Theodore R. McKel McKel-dm
dm McKel-dm has been' well briefed1 tot be

ready to explain all the intricacies

of the game to his Royal; guests.
; The university is awaiting word
as to where the- Queen desires to

sit during the game. But its own
suggestion is for a specially built

box right on the 50-yard line.

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Shronne Gooch

lost her pigtails to a bear.
. v Sharon ner her parents, Mrt ind
Mrs. L. H. Gooch of Noris. and

her njne-year-old sister,- Jennifer,
i were camping out in -the Great
Smoky "Mountains National Park

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with ber scream. Mrs: Gooch
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big, shaggy tear nibbling on Shir Shir-onne's
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eeond flashlight and' socked the
thiii'd the nose.
3: "He sat back and sort of rolled
out of the tent," she said. "He
Tubbed bis nose and walked about
29 feet from the tent"
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ead pigtail trussing otherwise
was unharmed.

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The program of dances it at fol follows:
lows: follows: ' .!
C'tjile r-. The Tour SUva Brother!.
Colombia Miss Ana iBonilla
' Ecuador Mrs. Alvarez cle Mos-
Hawaii Young ladies of. the
Pan American Institute and the
Hawahan group from i'ort Kobbe.
Holland friscilla Van Der
Dys.' .- rv
Ireland The ; Madge Locke
Dance- Group (Cristobal; ( f ;
Panama Dr.- Teodoro Arias
and Maria Elena Anzola. ;
Scotland w The. Madge' j Locke
Dance (jupe (Cristobal;.
Spaii ; The .Madge Locke
Da uce Group.
United States Star in a Cir-I

cle Square Dance Club of which
Mr. Ross Cunningham, is presi

dent and i f

Venezuela Mr. and Mrs. Al

fredo de Monteverde.

The program is ooetf to the Dub

lie. No reservations are necessary.

curiam lime is :3y p.m.

Mrs. Oscar Payn

Returns Te Texas

Mrs. Oscar Payne, who has been

visiting in Ft Gulick at the home

of Capt. and Mrs. J. P, Frazier,
left Friday by plane to return to

her" home in San ;Mrcus, Texas.
Mrs.. Payne is a supervisor in
the San Marcos Telephone Compa Company.
ny. Company. This was her first Vacation in
Central America.

MufrMtetF'T

Money Spent On Family

Vacation Is Not Wasted,

Axn MRS LFON ALVIN HOLLOWAY cut the

cake

the reception following their marriage on Saturday. The briae
ithe former Miss' Aurora P. Llm, daughter of Mr. Alexander

Lira and the late Mrs. Lint oi Aimirame.

tiif FAN VISITORS WILL PERFORM AT FIRST

'INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL ON FRIDAY
. n rhiin Hatipr. the Pour Silva Brothers.

who have been flown here through the courtesy of ALA,

Chilean National Airlines, will perform their national
dances with representatives of ten other countries at the
First International Dance Festival, which Is to be held at
the USO-YMCA Friday night.
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe will act as master of cere ceremonies,
monies, ceremonies, and the reception committee will consist of Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Hodgson and Miss Ann De Boer. Mrs. Joan
Scett is chairman, and Harnett and Dunn are technical
advisors for the show.

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Mr. David OHtn

Here For Vacation

Mr. David Otten. son of Mr.

and Mrs. Ralph H. Otten of Dia

bio Heights is spending a short

vacation with his parents.
He will complete his senior stu
dies this year at the College-Con

servatory of Music of Cincinnati

where he received his teacher's
certificate in clarinet and the Sig

ma Alpha Iota Award present-
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eu 10 uie jumor cumpusuiun ma major
jor major with the highest general aver aver-afi.
afi. aver-afi. Mr. Otten is the music director
of St. Mark's Lutheran Church,
Newport Kentucky and the band
director at St. Agnes Parochial
School in Reading, Ohio.
He attends summer classes at

the College-Conservatory and the

University a! Cincinnati, and

returning to the States by ship on

Aug. 28 to continue his studies in

music.
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"WE could have redecorated (he
living 'room for what our two

weeks' vacation trip cost us," I
recently he?rd a woman remark.

Maybe so. But the family that

eoes fcwav for a hannv holiriav

doesn't really need to have the liv

ing room redecorated. Just as it

is, it is bound to look to them

when they return home.

r uruisrraore. it it nas neen a

really successful vacation, the

family will come back with e e-nough
nough e-nough new ideas, new interests

and pleasant memories to make

life more fun in the stay-at-home

montns aneaa.

And they'll settle back into the

routine of living, with its constant

demands and obligations, refresh

ed and renewed. .
On a vacation,, too, members of
a family are drawn closer togeth together.
er. together. Because they can't' go their
separate ways, they seek the kind

of relaxation and fun they can en

joy togetner. ; .
NOT WASTED

SOMETHING of all they do and
see and share -they take back
home with them.' It adds aglow to

family Jile.

So it is follish to measure a va

cation ia terms of what the mon

ey spent on something else could

nave bought.
"Having "something to show

for ths money you spend isn't al

ways i of the utmost importance

there's not much for a family to

show when they return from
happy vacation trip, outside -at

few snapshots or home movies and

few souvenirs.
But if they take up life refresh
ed and have happy memories stor

ed away, they come back richer

for the time andi money spent. No

thing was wasted.

But not. of course, if they wor

ry because they haven't anything

to snow lor What they spent.

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By ALICIA HART

HAVING beautiful eyes' is not
all a matter of eye make-up. It's

also possessing rested, clear,

sparkling eyes.
This means reading in a good

from the printed page now and

them to jest your eyes. It ftieans
rolling your eyes first to the
left a:a then to the right with without
out without turning your head.
This is to exercise them. Anoth Another
er Another form of exercises you can do
anytime, anywhere, is to close
your eyes tight, then open them
wide.
fie careful about your TV hab habits.
its. habits. Don't watch the screen for
hours and don't watch it at all in
a room that's too light or too

dark.
The result will be eyestrain and

eyestrain, in turn, can produce
eyes that are not. in the least pretty.

If you need glasses, don't

allows no lime for a break.
When you find yourself telling a
member of the family: "I didn't
have a chance to sit down all
day' it's time to put the nap plan
into, practice. -f,

FEW of us. are endowed by na nature
ture nature with a complexion of roses
and lilies. We need a little help to
achieve the desired look.
Most of us are better looking for
a touch of rouge. Teen-agers, true,
can get by without it. But after
that, rouge is necessary to lend a
pretty pinkness to the cheeks.
It should be applied with a
light hand, blended carefully

witn cleansing tissue and pow powdered
dered powdered over with a swansdown

puff if .it's to look perfectly nat

ural.

Women who adhere to the pat'

tern set by some high fashion

models for Just lipstick and pow

der should he absolutely certain

go ( first that their skins are perfect

The person' who spill a purse

or a, bag of groceries is in trou trouble
ble trouble enough without someone's

standing by and staring at the

scene.

If yon won't offer help. at

least look the other way.

Homemade Cockles Are
Essential Camping Treat

' By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Feodand Markets Editor

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without them. Squint lines and a ly flawless. Otherwise, rouge is

loo ic oi strain win oe your onty re- great ncip in looking beautiful

wards a you ao.

IT'S quite possible to feel fa fatigued
tigued fatigued even though you rget ; e-

nough sleep' at night. That's be

cause we live in an age of ten
lion and high pressure.

To counteract -this feeling of
weariness streamline your day to

allow time foe rest. A nap oi 15
minutes, twice a day, will do you
much good whether you think you

feel tired at the moment or not.
The important thing is to streatch
out and relax. Shut your eyes and
prop your feet up.
You may not actually sleep but
you will feel refreshed. Never go
through a day so active that it

Enterprising Chap
PORTSMOUTH, England, Aug.
21 (UP) Alan Haines, 24, gave

up theft when he left Jail nine
weeks ago. He turned to trade,

ran a J5 gift up to 1,400 In five
quick deals, and found himself

back in jail today.

The prosecution said Hames

used a $56 advance from his new
employer to make a down pay

ment on a S187.50 motorcycle. He

used the motorcycle as deposit

for another motorcycle costing

$361.30.

He put up the second motor

cycle as deposit on a $683 car,
used that as deposit on a bigger
car worth $1,330. Then he traded

the second car for a third and
received $70 cash in the bargain.
The judge said Haines trading

w enterprising DUt Illegal,

Defense Counsel
Assigned Alleged
Red Master-Spy

NW YORK. Aue. 21 UP)

James B. Donovan, assistant pros

ecutor at tne Nuernberg war

crime trials, was assigned today

as defense counsel for alleged

Rusian master spy Col: Rudolph

i. A Del.

Donovan formerly was general

counsel of the Office of Strategic

Services and is a member of the

New York law firm of Watters
Donovan.

Federal Judge Matthew T.

Abruzzo said the Brooklyn Bar
Association recommended Dono Donovan
van Donovan and "I, am wholly in accord
with this recommendation." Abel
told the court last week he was un

able to retain counsel and asked

Judge Abruzzo' to appoint one.

The judge said he would assign

associate counsel to help Donovan

later tnis week.
Abel is scheduled to on nn trial

Sept. 16 before Brooklyn Federal
Judge Mortimer W.. Byers on
three counts of espionage.' He is
accused of transmitting American

aetense ana atomic secrets to Rus

sia. If couvicted. he would face

the death penalty..-

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THINGS

tonight
t SI Panama :
VARIETY MIGHT
from 10 p.m.--BaIboa Bar
4 new acts to entertain you
KELLY and RANNIE ;
LORD DELICIOUS
LORD COBRA
LARRY HURTADO
with DOLORES and
her TRICVand
the BARON as M.C.

No extra f
charge j

'World CitizenV
Passport Nixed,
Made Stateless
HANOVER.,, Germany, Aug. 21
(UP) American-bom Garry Dav Davis
is Davis left the Hannover jail today car-,
rying a German-issued stateless
person pass as replacement for

his self-designed "world citizen
passport No. 0001".
East Germaa border police re refused
fused refused to recognize Davis' "world
citizenV status when he tried to
cross the border last month. They

turned him over to West German
authorities who charged him with
illegal entry from France.
The 36-yesr-old son of New York

society bandleader Meyer Davis
spent 20 days in jail rather than
pay $24 line. Hannover officials

issued him, "alien's pass No. 137,-

U7" when be left Jan today.

65 Girls Attend k

Camp Cazone

uooa-byes were said to motlt

ers, lathers, younger brothers

and sisters as 63 girl scouts lad'

en with bundles, bags and camp

ing eulpment filed into Building

at Fort Clayton. Monday

morning,, to register for summer

camp,

Camp Cazone. as the camn is

known officially, has been set ud

for Canal Zone intermediate girl

scouts wno range in age from 10

17 ; yearsA Directed by Mrs

Charles Berry, the camp is di
vided into seven units, each hav'

ing a counselor and an assistant

work projects and -entertain'

ment are nlanned bv each lndi

vidual unit with all the girls
making suggestions. A visit to

the United states Embassy and
the Presldencla art already
scheduled but the remainder of
the program is still in the plan

ning stage. Among the activities
being considered for the two two-week
week two-week period are cookouts, a visit

to Morgan's gardens; a trip
through Oaillard Cut; and a vis visit
it visit to Miraf lores Locks. Also pro proposed
posed proposed is an appearance on CFN-

i v at wnicn time the girls will

aiscuss camp activities;'

In cooperation with the Girl
Scout Council, the United States

Army Caribbean is providing the
building ; at Fort Clayton in
which the girls will live during

tne next two weeks, as well as

chairs, tables, cots, cooking'

Unit counselors and assistants

are: Mrs. H. V. Butler. Mrs. Jack

Holiday, Ann Batcheldor, Flor Florence
ence Florence Bauchman, Etta Tryggvat-

otur, Annette Renz, Betty De

Norma,. Sylvia Johnson. Mrs. Er

nest Hernandas, Connie Samson,

Mrs. euren Douglas, Judy Bog

ers, Mrs. Thurston Brown andi

susan osDorne. Tne camp nurse
is Mrs. Fritz Schulz and the as-J

sistant director is Mrs. Jack

Lamicin.

Visitors Day. at which time

parents and friends may visit

the scouts, has been scheduled

for Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m.

WONDERFUL!' Great stuff!

Please send some more! That's
what young girls and boys at camp

write wnen wey ; get a surprise

Cox at homemade cookies.

Peter a friend's son. and Pat

riot, our own, both at camp in
Maine, have selected these two

cookies as tops. Their tentmates

agree. They also ; favor ginger ginger-crisps
crisps ginger-crisps made with unsulphured mo

lasses. ,
Peter's Chocolate Chip Cookies
(50 cookies)

One and one-eighth cups sifted

nomv. teaspoon soaa. tea

spoon sdlt, cup butter of other

shortening, e tablespoons granu granulated,
lated, granulated, sugar; 6 tablespoons brown
sugar,, 1 egg,' beaten,, few drops
hot, water, V cup chopped nut, 1
6-ounce package (14' cup semi semi-sweet
sweet semi-sweet chocolate morsels, Vi tea teaspoon,
spoon, teaspoon, vanjila. l
jym'' '''-'''' '
Sift flour with soda and salt:

jet aside. Blend shortening with

araouiatea sugar until creamy;
slowly add brown sugar and con continue
tinue continue to work untl light. Add egg,
! i t

and beat well. Add flour mixture,
and mix, then add, a few droos hot
water and mix together until well
blended. Add chopped puts, semi semi-sweet
sweet semi-sweet chocolate morsels and va
nilla. Drop by spoonfuls on a greas greased
ed greased cookie sheet. Bake in moder moderate
ate moderate oven (375 degrees F.) 10 to 12
minutes.'
Patrick's Brazil Not Snowballs
i (Approximately six dozen)
Cream lutter: add sugar and
cream well. Stir in egg and vanil vanilla;
la; vanilla; beat, until fluffy. Sift together
flour and salt; cut into'creamed
mixture with two knives or pas pastry
try pastry blender Stir in Brazil nuts.
Shape into small balls about on
inch in diameter. .Place on bak baking
ing baking sheet; bake in moderate oven
(350 degrees F.) 20 minutes. Cool
slightly on baking sheet; ,roU in
sifted confectioner's, sugar, ,i
Dinner: Melon balls with lima
slices, scalloped turkey with Pota

to topping, fresh peas with white
onions, soft roils, with light cream,
chocolate chip cookies, coffee, tea,
milk..;

CHRISSY'S mother doesn't love

her husband's older sister, a lady

who believes herself divinely com

missioned to make everyone as

perfect a housekeeper as she is,
- One, Sunday : she and her hus

band came to dinner. After the

meali though Chrissy's mother

would have preferred to do dish

es when ber guests had left, Aunt,
Aunt Ella said, "I couldn't relax
Aunt Ella said, "I couldn't relax

unless I knew that kitchen was

tidy" and insisted on washing.

Chrissy's mother said 'all right,

she'd dry; She'd just reached for

the dish towel when Chrissy said,
"Mother's showing off. Aunt Ella.

She never dries our dishes. She

says it's just as cood to let them

drain." .

AFTEBla brief pause. Aunt El

la gave a lrttle laugh that was
mostly snort. ."I'm old -fashioned
myself," she said.
ChrissV's mother. didn't hear

her: She was struggling with the

horrifying realization that the child;

of her heart had rieliheratelv atiH

maliciously invited another, adult's

for

lone with your young witness

the prosecution. ;
Then says to him: -"I don't cri criticize
ticize criticize you. before other people.
Please try to do the same for me.
If you don't like something. I've
done, take it up with me when wo
are by ourselves."
He may not be able to do unto
you as you do unto him. 1

SOME resentment is in the very
nature of all human relationship.
In the parent-child one, there'
bound to be more than the usual
amount.-
It is our painful duty to be per perpetually
petually perpetually telling Chrissy that ah
can't do things she wants, to. In
the process of fitting what she
wants to do to what we can't let
her do, she accumulates explosive
material.. ; t
When she senses herself to be
in the reinforcing presence of an
adult who doesn't like what ; we
want ithr ahk Momi'fiBMAj w

explode it. She takes satiafaction 1

in What nsveholnirint rail "fh

feeling of beloaging" to the- nei

my., ,.. '.
To be hurt ii to ho a fnnlibhl

strong' disapproval of her. I perfectionistie as Aunt Ella. The
If the child of your heart hasn't answer is strenatheninr Chriv a

yet invited it for you, it won't be. attack us without feeling any neeB

ong now. When he does, I sua

gest you keep still until you're a

for rein-forcement from, the

side.

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Britain Re-activating H-Bomb

Base For Short Notice Tests

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Estranged Wife,

Sislerr Then Self

TUCSON. Airz.. Aug. 21 (UP)

A millionaire Oklahoma man who

wrote that "I have had all the

glories' that life has to offer" shot

and killed his estranged wife and

her sister today and then took his

own life.

Police found the body of G. D.

(Lucky) Hutchison, 59, Okmulgee,
Okla., in a rented car, four blocks
from the house where1 the two

women were shot. Hilda Hutchi

son. "43. his former wife, died

three hours after calline police

headquarters to a aso. "There'a

been a shooting." ,-..:.,;'..-

Her sister. Mary Ellen Malonev.

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di, was uiiea msiamiy.

In the car where Hutchison

turned the ua on himself wii a

typewritten, unpunctuated note on

ue last page of a scrapbook

The note read: "This book has

to ena somewhere This is it There
was no more life lived that (sic)
that I havo it It had to end I have
had all the glories that life has to
offer but I guess I have bad it.
Hutch." . ...
Police said Hutchison, .who

uiaue ionunc i ou ii Mil as
establishing a successful cattle
business, flew here last night
about 11 p.m. Police Capt.'P. H.
McNeil Said he- Vll annarntl

distraught over an earlier unsuc-4miDtrfc,ur megaton warheads

cesful attempt at reconciliation
with his wife. r.
Police learned that Hutchison

rented a, car at the airport and

drove to the -bouse where Mrs.
Hutchison and other membcra at

LONDON, Aug. 21 (UP) Brit

ain is re-activating its Pacific H

bomb testing base to permit the

ataaina of new : thermonuclear

tests on short notice if necessary,

official aources disclosed today.

At the ssme time British De Defense
fense Defense Ministery Duncan Sandys
announced that Britain's forces in
the Far East would be, equipped
with atomic weapons as soon as
such arms became available;

Sandys, speaking, at a news con.

ference In Sydney, Australia, also
hinted that Britain's latest nuclear

tests had developed warheads suit

able for use on intercontinental

ballistic missiles.

Troopl Soar To Island
' .
Official sources in London dia

closed that a large number of Brit

ish engineer troops were being air airlifted
lifted airlifted to-Christmas Island to put

tne Dig base and its complex test'

ing facilities back in working
order. ", ;
The sources said there was no

immediate plan for further H

bomb explosions at the mid-Pacif

ic testing round, but that the is

land oase must be kept in readi

ness.

The re-activation move made it

appear that Britain bad aban

doned hope that a disarmament

agreement with Russia would be

reached at the current London
five-power conference.

The British conducted threo H-

bomb tests at Christmas Island
last spring. Sandys told Parlia

ment July 23 that this series of

explosions has provided enough

information to enable Britain to

given the greatest priority and
happily its development is able to
proceed with our advances in
atomic tests fields." ,S i
He said Britain was producing" a
"wide range of atomic weapons."

including the H-bomb. He declined,
to lay where in the Fat East
atomic weapons would bo atoeV-

piled.-H revealed, however, that
Britain intended to maintain ,a
force of Canbera twin-jet bomb

ers, 'capaDie of. deUvering,5 A A-bombs,
bombs, A-bombs, in Malaya, r i;
" Sandys" said Britain Would' Coffer
no objection" if Australia InviUd

the United States to use the vast
Woomera rocket range, scene of
the ioint British-Australian misila

aeyeiopmont program,

Singer iMel Tormi
Has, Heart Attack
In Great Britain; ;;'r
MANCHESTER andT-Arff
1 (UP) Amenraa insi. u.l

Torme 31. suffered a heart at at-tacat
tacat at-tacat while singing at Manchester's
Palace Theater lt ttiskt ii-

ned doctor a ordera nt r .t..i

to sing at a second performance.
A spokesman for the singer said
he was feeling pretty good'Vto-

Torme staggered from the stag
while singing the ballad "Mou "Mou-taia
taia "Mou-taia Greenery- before a'full audi-
wLDui?,ttt ,cond ,lww
doctor sat in k vn.

Torme went through his 40sninut

would

for aircraft

rockea."

bombs

and ballistic

IBM Nas Too Priority

km Decaase n .m u- .i

unset hia allin. :t- ii-

said he started hi tr.Bt t,,

against the advice of American
doctors becsuse be did not want

Sandys told newsmen in Svdae

her family lived. Hutchison tnnk that the project of intercontinental !t dUanooint k..

off his shoes aear the clothesline l"" i,il research "is aow hear him aing.
in backof the house, police said. ' " r ' ;

ana then entered and. shot both

women.

Also in the house at the time

were Mrs. Maioney's I year-old
soa, Mike, and the father of the

two women, jamrs Peterm. a I . .. I t

iney were asleep ia a bedroom,
but the child said he waa awak

ened when be ''heard aoises."

The shootings occurred about S

a.m. An all-points bulletin was put

out for-the ear Hutchison was
driving, but police found the auto

later several blocks away,, parked
in front of a house.

Before dying, Mrs.- Hutchison

told police that her husband had

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, ; 1957
: i- THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER;
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FT. GULICK CATHOLIC CHOIR This is the Fort Gullck Catholic ChapeLChojr,, which
sines High Mass at 10:30 every Sunday morning it the Fort GuHck Catholic Chapel. These
tcholr -volunteers who have been performing as a group for the past 18 months are: (first,
row left 'to right) Miss Cida Cadet, the cnoir director; Mrs. Virginia Parsons, Mrs. Dianne
ZoTn, Miss Bonia Cowen, and Mrs. janis Finnegan. Second row, Reverend Father Edward
Kozlowskl, Mrs. Joseph P. Fords, Miss Edna Cowen, and Mr. Ivan Thorpe the chapel or-ganisfc-
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MOVIES TV RADIO

Erskine Johnson

HOLLYWOOD I (NEA)r
HQllywoodltes Are Talking About:
Linda -Christian's plans to "tell
all" about her life in Hollywood
and as a world gadabout. The
ex-Mrs. Tyrone Power expects to
collect; $250,000 for the autobio autobiography.
graphy. autobiography. ;A
George Sanders' wordage about
acting: .
"Acting is a wonderful way to
sell yourv youth. Actors are like
children at a fancy dress .ball.
But after you get any, sort of
motional growth, it's, i rather
embarrassing."
'Howard Hughes finally decid deciding
ing deciding to release "Jet Pilot" in Sep Sep-Tho
Tho Sep-Tho ntft.nre. co-starring
'John Wayne and Janet Leign,
was completed in 1950.... 'My
Friend Flicka" getting a new TV
lease on life. Thirty-nine new
episodes will be filmed by 20th
Century-Fox for NBC-TV....
tiTm Thnmns howiner out Of
Jimmy Durante". Directdr Mike
Cjirtiz wanted him for tne roie
hut. nannv told Jimmy that a
.complete, unknown should play
i the part.
I 'Lou costello's daughter, Carol,
ln.uin,r am a Tnalltrtrl on the
!TTnivrsa1 Int.. where Abbott ana
lrt.piin made all those millions.

Li .. -The summer,. re-run a

A Hollywood agent, nounuing
'producer to hire one of his -feminine
clients, finally was toldr by
tl producer; ,r-
r.nv I'm orr. I've' sen her
work but frankly she'si Just too
tall for the part."
"I know," said the agent, still
In there pitching, "but have you
seerr her LATELY?"
' LANA TURNER filing suit for
divorce while Lex Barker was
out of town. He was served, with
the papers when he returned.
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Oberst selecting her free premium at the Cbico de Or Pre Premium
mium Premium Center; Mrs. Oberst Is now 'the proud owner of. a
beautiful fine quality watch,,; and it did. not cost her one
cent. An Mrs. Oberst had to do to obtain her watch was to
savs Chico'de Oro stamps whenever she did her regular shop shop-plnr.
plnr. shop-plnr. She found it easy to fUl her ZVt Chico de Ore Stamp
Albums (the number required to receive absolutely free this
exquisite wrist watch Chico de Ore had purchased-from Tanl Tanl-ti
ti Tanl-ti Jewelers). The Chico de Oro Premium Center Js located -en
Jnsto Arosemena Avenue across from Colerio Maria Inma Inma-colada.
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from a trio to Chicago A Las
Uptras hnrhftr. Nino, winning the
National Harhers Award for '57.
Getting well clipped in Las Ve
gas, thougn, isn'Kmucn of a nov nov-eit.v
eit.v nov-eit.v Plans for Pat Boone's
wife", Shirley to Join, poppa as
a recording artist. Randy Wood
of Dot Records is giving ner zne
big sales pitch.... Alan Ladd's
mint.e ahout workincr with his 10
year-old son, David, in "Proud
Rebel";
"An actor doesn't have a
chance against a kid or a dog,
but alter an, it's mi Kia.
That marquee reported from
Milwaukee:
"Man on Fire Cool Inside."
THE BUDDY EBSENS expect
ing a sixth baby this winter
They have five girls.... Hal
March, starring in Paramount's
"Hear Me Good," asking fellow
TV star Joe E. Ross of the Fmi
Silvers show how he liked film-
makine. Replied Ross: "How
much is the question worth?"
Hollywood on TV Spike Jones'
Show, renewed for the summer
on CB8; is expected to return -to-the.
fall., A Lis Angeles -TV
station nixed a paid plug for
Bob Hope's new movie, "Beau
James," fop good reason. One line
read: "It's the picture tnat cures
T.T. television tension."
vtrciinia Mivn and hubbv
Miv rVKhea hnne to land a TV
series now that she's no longer
under .contract to Warner uros.
. The 1948 movie. 'Tomorrow
Lis Forever," proves that it isn't
in current i v snowmgs. me six-
year-old gin uv tne mm is to today's
day's today's sexy Hoollywood star, Na Natalie
talie Natalie Wood. i
will filnt an hour-Ion? weekly
comeay series. jNanette raoray
was asked about rejoining him
oo bi "wlfp" hiit. said she's had
it In the hour-long league.
ha rlrht Is MM. Christina do
AMERICAN

'Glad' To Discuss'
Deparlmenl Hems,
Benson Professes

WASHINGTON (UP Secretary
nf Aericullure Ezra ; T. Ben
son said todav he would be
"glad" to discuss department af
fairs with : Sen. Hubert H
HnmnhrpV D-Minn.).'
Humphrey has threatened to
feHhnpn Rpnson to testifv before
the Senate reorganization sub
committee on reports mat ne ub
hpfin exercisine a veto over
Rural Electrification Administra
tinn Inanft.
1 "I've never refused to meet with
any committee or to meet pri
vatplv with anv member of Con
unci Roninn tniH a npwa con
ference his first since June
Humphrey has heen trymgior
several weeks to get Benson to
testifv hrfnrp the subcommittee.
Bensrx returned to Washington
last weeK aner a Do-aay auseuce.
Benson said he wrote Hum Hum-nhrpv
nhrpv Hum-nhrpv dated todav. informing
him that he would be "glad to
visit witti you wnen kb-a ao ao-ministrator
ministrator ao-ministrator David A. Hamil re returns
turns returns to Washington.
Rpncnn also tnld HnmnhrpV he
had not declined to appear be-
fntA thA aiihpnmmittpA "when Tfl V
KpheHula will nprmit." He added
tnat mere are no iacis wunin ms
knowledge which could not be tes
tified to Dy otner ouiciais.
Benson told his news confer
ence there has been no reor reorganization
ganization reorganization of the REA despite
the fact that Hamil now must
clear loans of more than $500,000
iirith Vannoth T. Scntt director of
agricultural credit) services.
Benson, explaining uis wug ab absence,
sence, absence, said he had been in inspecting
specting inspecting the Forest. Service since
.Tiin'2f and that from Autf. 1 to
Aug.. 13 he was on vacation,
St Peter's Church
Box Supper Will
Be Held Friday
After a nostpohement some
time ago, the box supper plan planned
ned planned by the choir guild of St.' Pe Peter's
ter's Peter's church In La Boca will take
place in the parish hall. Friday
night at 7:30.
Invitations have been widely
distributed, and It is expected
that many guests will attend the
event, which is being sponsored
in aid of the choir.
The scheme calls for each lady
to bring a supper for two, which
will be bldded for by the men.
In addition, there will be a pro
gram and music for dancing.
Special Sale At
SEARS
Starting tomorrow, Sears will
hold its Anniversary Special
Sale. This sale will include new newly
ly newly arrived merchandise, such as
Washing Machines, Refrigera Refrigerators.
tors. Refrigerators. Jacks, Stoves, Rugs, Din Dining
ing Dining Room Furniture, Chairs
Footstools. Record Players and
many other articles.
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Halleway'LIm ,
Weddina In Colon'

Miss Aurora P. Lim, daughter
of Mr. Alexander P. Lim and the
late Mrs.. Lim of Almirante, be
came the bride of Mr. Leon Alvin
Hollowav. son of Mr. and Mrs,
Walter Holloway of Jewel, Kan
sas. n Saturday evening, at 8 o
clock in the Church of Our Ladv
of the Miraculous Medal in Colon.
The Reverend Francis Lynch, C.
M. officiated at the double ring
ceremony, preceding the wedding,
Miss Cida Cadet sang "Ave Ve-
rum and. 'Tarns Angelicus and
during; the ceremony, she sang
Schubert's "Ave Maria" and
'Mother at Thy Feet is Kneeling."
Miss cadet was accompanied by
Mr. Edmund Archibold at the or
gan,1 who also played Chopin's "E
Flat Nocturne" and the tradition
al wedding marches.
The altar was beautifully decor
ated with gladioli and calla lilies
and cascades of green ferns. White
satirt bows which held clusters of
wild lilies were tied to the pews.
ine loveiy onae, given in mar
riage by her father, wore a full
length gown of hand clipped im imported
ported imported CbantiUy lace. The Sabrina
neckline and bodice were studded
and outlined with seeded pearls
and bugle beads. The skirt front
was dramatized by a beautiful cas cascade
cade cascade of lace and pleated tulle ruf
fles and the full swept train of
lace was edged with a ruffle of
pleated tulle. Her fingertip veil
illusion fell from a lovely rhine-
stone coronet which was surround surrounded
ed surrounded by sprays of rhinestones. The
bride's only jewelry was a pair of
white ciamond earrings, a present
from the groom. She carried a
bouquet of three large white cato cato-lalla
lalla cato-lalla orchids surrounded by five
white Phaihanopsis orchids and
sprays of tube roses.
Miss Arlene P. Lim was her sis sister's
ter's sister's maid of honor and she wore
a white silk Shantung dress with
inserted nylon pleats inside the
scooped neckline which was bor bordered
dered bordered with depure lace. The front
hemline was ballerina length with
a floor length sweeping train in
the back. Flowing panels of yel yellow,
low, yellow, pink and blue nylon starting
from the shoulders were secured
in the center of the back with a
large rhinestonc pin. She wore
white elbow gloves and her white
bareback shoes were incrusted
with beads and rhinestones. Her
headpiece was a tiara of sprays
of rhinestones. She carried a bou bouquet
quet bouquet of sprays of baby orchids tied
together by a bow and streamers
of yellow, pink and blue.
The bridesmaids dresses were
patterned after the maid of hon honor's,
or's, honor's, with their gloves, shoes,
headpieces and earrings the same
color as their dresses. They car carried
ried carried sprays of baby orchids with,
ribbons in matching colors. Miss
PatricU Peck and Miss Virginia
Kam wore yellow: Miss Judy Ra Ramirez'
mirez' Ramirez' and. Miss Greta Mon, Blue
and Miss Norma Lowe and Miss
Alice P. Lim wore pink.
The headpieces of the bride and
bridesmaids were designed and
made especially for the wedding
by the "Jewel Shop" in Miami,
Florida.
The bridesmaids dresses were
originally designed by Andrew
Lim, brother of the bride. They
were maae oy Airs, wuiia aaer
of Colon. Miss Grace Williams of
Margarita Florist made the bou bouquets
quets bouquets and the orchids were sup
plied by Mr. Lesue croit ot uat-
un. The nower ciris au nieces oi
the bride, were wenaie wong in
blue carrying a nosegay oi tuue
carnations; xiaren um iu yinm.
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with a bouquet of pink carnations,
and Alexis Lim wearing yellow
and carrying yellow carnations,
Miss Sandra Lim was tne Jun
ior bridesmaid. She wore a white
dress with a pink, yellow and blue
nylon bow and carried pinit carna carnations
tions carnations tied with ribbons to match.
Masters Alvin P. Lim. Jr. and
Louis E. Wong, Jr., nephews of
the bride, were ring bearers. They
carried the rings on heart shaped
pillows covered with lace and
sprinkled with pearls. They were
edged with ruffles of tulle and in
the center a satin rose and rose rosebud
bud rosebud held the rings. The pillows
were handmade by Miss Lola Law Law-ton.
ton. Law-ton.
Another newphew, Alexander P.
Lim III, carried the thirteen piec pieces
es pieces of silver, a Spanish tradition.
- Mr. Harry (Boyland was the
bridegroom's best man and es escorts
corts escorts were Messrs. Dave Pelock,
Charles Falher, Victor Mizrachi,
Gilmore Jones, Julio Kam and An Andrew
drew Andrew P. lim. Ushers were Messrs.
Alexander P. Lim, Jr., Alvin P.
Lim, Roberto Kam and Howard
Marwia. AT the men wore sum summer
mer summer tuxedos.
Mrs. Angelica Wong, older sis sister
ter sister of the bride, took the place of
Mother of the Bride, bhe wore a
sheath dress of white lame with
a flowing panel of the same ma
terial hanging from the left shoul
der, a smal! close-ntung lace bat
and gloves. Her bare-back sandals
were the same material as her
dress. She wore a corsage of four
white speckled orchids. Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Wong were also co-witnesses
at the wedding.
The reception for four hundred
guests was held at the Washing
ton Hotel in loio.
The background for the bridal
eouple's chair formed two hearts
of green ferns scattered with dai daisies
sies daisies and baskets of gladioli on
either aide. Two large fans of
greea ferns scattered with white
dahlias made up the background
for the cske and buffet table.
The traditional wedding cake of
four tiers was made by Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward Wong and decorated by Mrs.
Mary Belanger. The sides held
sprays of roses and inside the col columns
umns columns of the first two tiers were a
pair of love birds with a 'bridal
bouquet hanging in the center.
The cake was topped with bride
and groom figures. Miss Gertrude
Cbong, cousin of the bride, wss in
chsrze of the bride's book. After
a short trip to the interior of Pa
nama, the couple will reside at
House Ko. 308-D, Coco Solo, Canal

Rainbow Girls -!
Hold Initiation ,;.
This Evening

Balboa Assembly No 1, Order
of the Rainbow for Girls will hold
an initiation at the Scottish Rite
Temple in Balboa Road this eve
nine. The meeting will begin at 7,
Past Worthy Advisors will conduct
the 'nitiation ceremony. Refresh
ments will be served after the
meeting.
New Officers
for Caribbtan
College Club
A full slate of officers for the
Caribbean College Club has been
announced by Mrs. E. G. Bissett,
president. New officers for 1957-58
are as follows; Mrs. E. G. Bissett,
president; Mrs. W. F. Grady, first
vice president; Mrs. Frank mcwi
berry; second vice president; Mrs,
W. G, Laurie, secretary ; and Mrs.
C. S. Townsbend, treasurer.
' The Caribbean College Club off offers
ers offers membership to women who
reside on the Atlantic side, and
who have at least one year of col
lege education. Founded in 1952,
the club continues to follow the
purposei for which .it was found
ed, Those purposes are:
1. The formation of study groups
to turtner mental growth.
2. The promotion of an interest
tor higher education in the minds
of the youth of our community.
3. The establishment of a Schol Scholarship
arship Scholarship Fund. Membership informa
tion can be obtained by calling
Mrs. Bissett, uatun 527.
Committee chairmen and board
members for the coming year are:
Finance, Mrs. R. L. Brians, and
Mrs. A. Jones, co chairmen;
scholarship, Mrs. R. T. Conley.
chairman, and Mrs. Nye C. Nor-
ris, Mrs. (i.U. Hardlson, Mrs. J.
M. Purvis. andMrs. J. A. Gump:
social Mrs. F. McGilberry;, histo
ry, jsirs. reter Farmer; member membership,
ship, membership, Miss Thelma Godwin; publi publicity,
city, publicity, Mrs. G. R. Barnett;, pro program,
gram, program, Dr. Harriet Young, Mrs.
Sam Puller, and Mrs. W. F.
Humphreys, co chairmen; acti activities,
vities, activities, Mrs. J. L. Gwinn and Mrs.
J. H. Pfau, co-hairmen; past pres president,
ident, president, Mrs. Wallace E. Rushing.
Dr. Scadron
Back From
California
Dr. Norman J. Scadron has re
turned to Panama after spending
the sun nier in California.
Large Group
Attends Buffet
At Flamingo Club.
The Fleet Reserve Association
and Ladies Auxiliary FRA had a
buffet supper last night at the Fla Flamingo
mingo Flamingo Club at Rodman.
. A largi group of members and
prospective members attended.
Quarry Heights
Women Bring Chonr
To Hospital Patients
The Quarry Heights Women's
Club conducted its first welfare
program for the new season with
a bingo for the patients at Gorgas
Hospital on Monday, with the co
operation of the Hospital Red
Cross unit.
A new plan was tried whereby
the bingo was brought to the
wards so that the bed patients
could participate. The women's
Club baked cookied .for the occa
sion which were served with punch,
Prizes where handkerchiefs, wal
lets, pencils, notebooks, playing
cards, cigarettes and wallet fill fillers.
ers. fillers. The committee for the evening
was Mrs. Dorothy Ashton, Wel Welfare
fare Welfare Chairman, Mrs. Marge Clas Classen,
sen, Classen, President and Mrs. Dorsey
Franks, Mrs. (Betty Emmetf, Mrs.
Lou Wheaton, Mrs. Lel Akers and
Mrs. Beth Meier.
Teenage Jiamoero
At Albrook
Officers' Club
The Harnett and Dunn Jambo Jamboree
ree Jamboree for the pre-teens and teenag teenagers
ers teenagers from Albrook will he held at
the Albrook Officers' Club next)
Saturday evening from 7 to 1L
Two classes will be represented
the beginners and the intermedi intermediate.
ate. intermediate. New party games will be in introduced
troduced introduced as well as novelty danc dances
es dances and there will be prized for
the competitive dances and the
party games. The winning couple
m the intermediate Jitterbug and
Bop contest will receive trophies
as a reward for their four' months
of hard work and practice. Par
ents are cordially invited to attend
to share the fun and see the pro
gress that their children nave
made. .'. :, v" :V' 1 v
The Junior hosts and hostesses
will be Kathy Stauffer, Leodelia
Robertson, Dennis Hale and Fred
Reisrh. The senior hostesses will
be: Mr;. Plowman, Mrs. Reisch
and afrs. Harnett.
Hawaii, Japan
Will Be Shown
At USO-JWB Monday
On Monday, Aug. 26V 1957 at
p.m. the Armchair travelers move
Eastward, the film travelogue
presented It the L'SO JWB Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Service Center in co cooperation
operation cooperation with Pan American
World Airways, will show "Wings
Over Hawaii," and a beautiful co color
lor color film of the customs of Jspan
called "So Small My Island."
America Leg lea
Gives Bine forty
For Gorgas Patients
The Americas Legion Auxiliary,
Unit No. 1, Department of Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, gave a bingt party for the
patients at Gorgas Hospital at the
Red Cross recreation hall last
Wednesday night Thirty ambula ambulatory
tory ambulatory patients attended and receiv received
ed received prizes of cigarettes, candy,
handkerchiefs,' cigarette lighters,
playintf cards and socks. Punch
and home-made cake were served
by the committee for toe eve-
aing. Mrs. Mary E. Becker and

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LOOK WHAT WE' GOT Mrs Lillian Tester (center), head of the spare parts Unit, nU
Miss Estelle Frankel (right), head of the general supplies unit, both of the irs. Army Cart
bean Quartermaster Section,: Corozal, display their suggestion award certificates to Lt. CU.,
George W -Carter, Jr., (left), executive officer, Quartermaster Section. Col. Carter present
' ed 'the awards In a recent ceremony at Corozal. Mrs. Tester received two certificates tott
suggestions -which reduced considerably the time to prepare and check Zone of the Interior
requisitions; and which reduced the number of cards required to post excesses and ollau
nated the 'necessity of 'recopying Information ort excesses. Miss Frankel received a $25
check and certificate for a suggestion concerning the Inter American Geodetic 8urveyr
bill of materials which eliminates consider able a checking, paper processing, duplicating!;
work and follow-up : action, in Quartermaster operations. A
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By OSWALD JACOBT
Written for NEA Service
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South liked his hundred hon
ors and his alee, comfortable
hand. He had 30 on score and
was going to score game, rubber
and the honors..
The opening lead of the ten or
hearts and his first sight of
dummy did not disturb him. He
could stand some bad breaks.
He won the opening-lead and
led a second high trump. East
showed out and South realized
that he was down. In an effort
to save something from the
ffcreckage he tried the club fi
nesse. That lost, and a. diamond
came back. Eventually,- south
lost three trump tricks, one
spade, two diamonds and a club
and was down .three for a loss
of 300 points less a hundred hundred-point
point hundred-point credit for his honors.
south certainly was umucKy.
but, as la freouently the case,
poor South had succeeded in
manufacturing his own bad
luck, i
South did hold the four top
hearts. He bid the suit twice and
his partner bid two other suits.
South had four good spades and
when North bid spades South
should have raised him to three
spades and given up his hundred
honors.
North would Jiave Dlaved the
hand at three spades. A diamond
opening and a club return would
have given him a little trouble
but he should make the hand.
He would have to win the club
lead with the ace and start right
aftei trumps. That way Jie would
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fcach notice for inclusion in thla
column should be submitted in
typo-written form and mailed eo
the boa number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
by hsnd to the office. Notices of
i meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone.
i
Ladies Auxiliary
Branch No. 59
Coco Solo
The regular monthly meeting of of-the
the of-the Ladies Auxiliary Branch No.
59 Coco Solo will be held on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Aug. 29, at Pier No. 1 Fleet
Reserve Building No. 91 Coco So Solo
lo Solo at 7:30 p.m.
Plans for luncheon and trip to
El Panama will be completed. A
buffet supper and refreshments
will be served after the meeting.
lose one club, two diamonds and
a spade only.
If he tried the club finesse or
started after the hearts early he
would wind up in the soupi 'but
not as deep In the soup as South
did.

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Citizens Protest
High Loving Cost

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WASHINGTON, Aug. II (UP
Rep. John F. Baldwin Jr (R-Calif)
said today lie IS awaiting with
"real interest" response from Tail
constituents to a' plea that they
write him in support of a prepojarl f
bin. v(t1
Baldwin said a union newsletter
in his district urged citizens' to
send letters to Washington protest,
ing "rising loving costs.' H-
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;Kalph Terry Blanks Yankees
Ss A's Finally Beat Turley

i By MILTON RICHMAN
: NEW YORK, Aug. 21 (UP)-There was a short
pause in the pennant races today to welcombe Bob
$eegan into the no-hit, no-run fraternity and to let
the Yankees ponder phy they ever allowed him to
cet away to the White Sox.

Keeean a 36 year- old right
Keegan, the Yan
bander, was vm (f
kees five years ago, written off
e" YvlJL mre-arm case who
SV intt. 4wcaTof .twi-nigbt
double-heaaer. me
egan"walkel only two batters
& fashioning his no hitter, the
first in regular major league sea sea-onmnetition
onmnetition sea-onmnetition since Sal Magiie
of the Dodgers turned in one a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Phillies last Sept. 25.
The only no-hitter since then was
Don LaJWs perfect game a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Dodgers m the World
Series last Oct. 8.
The victory was Keegan s eighth
of the season and it was made
possible by a five run third in inning,
ning, inning, during which Larry Doby hit
a two-run homer. Ed Fitzgerald s
eighth inning home for the Sen Senator
ator Senator broke up a 4-4 tie in the o-
pener.
P.nh Terrv. another pitcher the
VonkPP p.t eet away, came
11 r Ko Air
to haunt them last night when he
beat them, 1-0, for Kansas cuy.
The A's collected only two hits off
Bob Turley but those hits resulted
in the only run of toe game when
Woody Held doubled m the fifth
inning and scored on Tim Thomp Thompson's
son's Thompson's single.
The loss was Turley't first a a-alns
alns a-alns the Athletics, whom he
had defeated 11 times previous previously
ly previously during his career. It was also
Kansas City's aeeond victory
ver the Yanks this season in 11
meetings. .... j
Boston beat Cleveland, 5-4, and
Detroit licked Baltimore. 5-1 in
the other American League games,
flu the National League, first first-place
place first-place Milwaukee rallied for two
runs in the ninth to defeat Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, 3-1; the Cardinals took two
games from the Giants, 4-3 and
3-2; Brooklyn swept a pair frem
Cincinnati winning; the opener, 11 11-l
l 11-l aiid the 12-inning nightcap, W,
while the Cubs beat the Phillies,
5-2, in the nightcap after dropping
the first game, 2-1, in 10 innings.
'' Early Wynn preserved Cleve Cleveland's
land's Cleveland's victory when he halted a
three-run rally in the ninth ining
by the Red Sox. Gene Woodling's
eighth inning homer proved to be
fte deciding run. Ted Williams
went hitless in two official trips
to the plate, his batting average
dropping top .3.
Jim Bunning of the Tigers struck
tut "10 batters and limited the O O-iqles
iqles O-iqles to seven hits in notching his
JSth victory. Ray Boone gave Bun Bunning
ning Bunning all the. margin he needed
fith a two-run homer in the first
inning and the Tigers added three
more runs in the third off loser
Skinny Brown.
tinny crown.
Southpaw Warren Spahn of the
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ninth on Red Schoendienst s sin sin-oio
oio sin-oio F.Hrtip Mathews' triple and
another single by Hank Aaron.
Stan Musial slammea oui vve
kite inxliiHinv a hnmer in each
iita, xmww e
game, to help the Cards to their
two victories over the Giants. Sam
Jones scattered 10 hits in the o o-nonnr
nonnr o-nonnr while 18-vear-old Von Mc-
Daniel gave up eight hits in the
nightcap, including a nomer oy
Daryl Spencer. Ken Boyer and Ed Eddie
die Eddie Kasko homered for St. Louis
Un the opener.
Duke snidar's Jro nonwr or
the season and second of the
night in the l?th inning decided
the nightcap for Brooklyn after
the Dodgers had capitalized on
a fine relief job by Ed Roebock
to top the Redlegi in the first
game.
Roebuck hurled three-hit relief
ball for 5 2-3 innings and slam slammed
med slammed his first major league homer
to gain his fifth victory in the
first game. Reliever Don Drysdale
was T.ne wiuiier in uie iiiiaic.
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Stan Lonata's 10th inning homer
snannpr) the Cubs six-eame win-
nine otroalr ac flirt Simmnns and
Dick Farrell of the Phils combin
ed to pitch a three-hitter m tne
first came. Robin Roberts suffer
ed his 17th setback in the night
cap when he was tagged for back-to-back
homers by Ernie Banks
and Jerry Kindall in a three-run
fourth inning. Reliever Don Elston
was the winning pitcner.
Ted Leads Mickey
By Eight Points
-Both Go Hilless
NEW YORK, Aug. 21 (UP)-Ted
thrift noints in
TVLUiailio v r
itia wirasi and Mickey Mantle
lost four point last night, leaving
Williams in the lead, .389 to .381,
in their battle for the American
League batting title.
Both went hitless. Williams was
walked twice and failed to hit in
two other attempts; Mantle was
hitless in four trips as Ralph Ter Terry
ry Terry of Kansas City pitched a shut
out.
How they compare:
AB R H HR RBI P.
Williams 362 79 141 31 72 .389
Mantle 396 106 151 32 86 .381
SIGNS FIGHT PACT
T.ns ANflEl.F.S rilPI Archie
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TAmr Antfcnmr An Cant 9fi
against Tony Anthony on Sept. 20.
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nAajor League
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LEADING BATTERS
(Bat 3d on Ml official at oats)
National league
P and C M mo it H Pet.
MaiSUd, St. L. 118 4b3 73 157 ,339
Mayi, x 10 4Sb 84 149 M'i
Groat, rut, VI 3t7 73 120 .327
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r ouuy, pin. yt 3aV 3 113 -311
acnoeudiensi M.Ho 4Mt b lob ,315
jvioryu, cm. m 421 t0 131 .311
iimuii, xni). lud 3tf ba 121 .'Ml
nougeii, loKU. lb 445 70 135 .3U3
American League
Williams, jdos. 110 3ta au lil .389
iViaiiue, .x. ll,l3tfD loo lai. .joi
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t! OX, Via... tlO 83 W .31
rioyd, bai.ti. Ill 381 57 121 3i8
MiUuaQ, cm. IS 43b 75 139 .31b
iucougaiu riY lutf 4itf 73 ls .308
bKOWiou, iv.V. 1(M 3eV 5U 118 .300
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American League
Mantle, i uuh3
wmiaius, xieu Sox
bievexs;. ot'uo.uis
coiavuu, inaians
VveiU, iiiuiaus
Zieimai, Auneuts
RUNS BAITED IN
National
Aaron, braves
luusiai, warus
Crowe, Keuiegs
Mays, (iiaiii!,
Houges, uoagers
League
American League
Mantle, Vanxs
tiievers, SeLaiors
Wertz, Indians
Minuso, White Sox
Skowrou, tanks
PITCHING W L Pet.
(Based on 11 decisions)
Schmidl, Cards 10 1 .909
Donovan, White Sox 14 3 .824
Sanfo.-d, Phils 16 4 .800
Grim, Yanks 10 3 .769
Shantz, Yanks 10 3 .769
Tennis Fans Await
Allhea Gibson Debt
In Doubles Tourney
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. (UP)
Tennis fans awaited the sched scheduled
uled scheduled debut today of Althea Gibson
march to first round victories in
after seeing all the seeded teami
the 77th annual U.S. doubles
championships.
The rangy Negro star and Call Call-fornian
fornian Call-fornian Darlene Hard, who shared
the Wimbledon crown, were rated
the best bet to challenge the su supremacy
premacy supremacy of defending champions
Louise Brouch and Mrs. Marga
ret Osborne DuPont.
Miss Gibson and her stocky
blonde partner, second seeded,
were slated to meet Virginia Con
nolly of Weymouth, Mass., and
Joan Sullivan of Btznont. two
promising young girls.
Globe-trotting Budge Patty was
expected in from Germany to join
43-year-old Gtzrdnar Mulloy for
their first match of the seven-day
tournament at the Longwood
Cricket Club. They were yiven
first seeding and an apparent
easy second-round foe.
In fact, that seemed to be the
outlook for the other seven seed seeded
ed seeded men's teams who had a co-
paratively easy time of it wading
through the "cannon fodder" Mon-
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RAINBOW MIXED LEAGUE
Teams Won
Lost
13.
184
21
2iya
23
24
24y2
25y2
Boyd Brothers Ins. .. 28
Ebonite Tornadoes 25V4
A."C. High Contract. 23
P.A. Clippers ... 22'2
Mercurio jewelers ... 21
Carrmgton Canadians 20
Roytl Crown cola .. ly2
Smcot Paredes Cars 18 Va
The Rainbow Mixed League
chanced the scene of their week
ly battleground from Albrook to
F6rt Clayton last sunaay. xne
race for the flag is getting to be
tighter than a drum head. The
leaders are clinging to first
place by' a slim one half point.
The pace is so torrid that no
team, can afford to lose a game.
One slip and a team Is apt to go
sliding down the ladder of team
standing. There is no rest for the
weary keglers and bowlerettes in
this mixed-up league.
Boyd Brothers 3, Fan American 1
Although the Boyd Brothers
insurance a g g r e gatlon took
three points they lost ground In
the league race. They are now
on top by that one half point.
rrkM tnnr h first m nllitl!
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rHP hn'H mi unset. theiA great deal of Alley Gators'

leaders In the next game by 37
pins. And the tussle for the last
point was a lulu, but the insur insurance
ance insurance Lads and Lassies prevailed
by three pins 861 to 858. Four
more pins along the way for the
Clippers, would have knocked the
BB's out of first place.
Gonzalo Torres was the pre premium
mium premium bowler for the Insurers,
smacking a scratch 516 series,
plus 81 handicap meant a net
597 set. Jesse Pate was next' in
line with a paid up policy of 521.
For the pan-Americano?, George
Clark was the pilot when he
climbed to the 536 net mark.
"JC" Ross Joined the forking
crew this week and went over
the 5 C with 511. None of the la ladies
dies ladies could get on to the new sur surroundings.
roundings. surroundings. :
Ebonites 4 Mercurlos
With the aroma of first place
blowing their way, the Ebonite!
Tornadoes and Hurricanes really
tore up the Mercurio Jewelers to
shreds. Joe Sullivan devastated
the Gems with a 534 scratch and
Bob Morehouse after a slow start
settled for a 431 scratch. For the
losers, Judy Bryant gave her
dad a lesson by rolling a scratch
400 series, second only to 422 se series
ries series of Jack Mappin. The clean
sweeD for the Ebonites gave
them undisputed possession of
second nlace. No information
was available as to the hand!
caps for this match.
C. A. Hlrh 4 Smoot-Paredes 0
The Smoot-Paredes Autoists
were in low (tear, so the contrac
tors passed them on their road
to a four point victory ana are
now In third place of the loop
standings.
Earl Blevlns constructed a
sturdy scratch series of 552. plus
84 pin handicap meant a 036
set. He had ample support of
512 from Vic Baueh and 509
from Theresa Toland. For the
Smoot-Paredes cars which are
now ditched In the cellar, no
one smacked the pins for the, 500
par.
Carrington 3 Royal Crown 1
In the battle of the beverages,
one hard and one soft, the hard
smooth flowing carrington Can Canadians
adians Canadians won over the soft drink
Royal Crown Colas. In fact if
the Canadians got 850 instead of
&45 m the last came they too
would have had a clean sweep
However, the three points ena
bled the Canadians to get out
of the eighth place dungeon, and
climbed to sixth place.
Lassie Bobby Miller captured
both the scratch and handicap
title in the match. She snowed
the "strong sex" how to bowl
with a scratch 441. plus 150 hdep
edualed 591. Bud Moore in the
Canadian lineup was next wim
handicap set of 518. For the los loser,
er, loser, Howard Hill hit a net 500 on
the button.
57 0 MATRON LEAGUE
or
ALBROOK

Teams Won Lost
Smeers .. 14 2
Screwballs 10 6
Alley Gators 9 7
SUck Pins 8 S
Kingpins 7
Splits 6 10
Picnics 5 11
Trouble Shooters .... 5 11

Smeers 4 Stickpins
The Stickpins on paper should
have stuck the Smeers, inasmuch
as they have a better team aver average,
age, average, but instead the Smeers
smeared the Stick Pins b blank blanking
ing blanking them by ab lg margin, win winning
ning winning the series with more than
200 pins. The Stickpins were vay
off. whereas the Smeers rolled
steady If not spectacular cores.
Hays of the Smeers had the best
scratch set with 513. plus 3 gave
him net Of 576, something to
write home about. Donovan al
so a Smeerer had a net 518 tak
lng full advantage of his 129 pin

handicap. For the losers only one
bowler approached these scores
and that was Stephenson and
his 560.
Screwballs 3 Splits 1
After dropping the first game
by a big difference, the Screw Screwballs
balls Screwballs really applied the pressure
by swamping the Splits in the
next two games, by enough pins
to come out on top in the total
pin i column. iThis was accom accomplished,
plished, accomplished, despite that they gave
19 pins handicap per game. Lead Leading
ing Leading Screwballs were Stlnson
with a 472 scratch series and
Edend Edens with a 540 handi handicap
cap handicap set. Splits also had their he heroes
roes heroes In the losing cause. In the
scratch division it was Hampton
447, who also captured the hdep
award with 552.
Alley Gators 3 T. Shooters 1
"IF, a little word with a .big
meaning, if the trouble shooters
were rolling against any other
team they may have won more

th(an one point, .because every
game of the Shooters was over
800, but they ran into the Alley
Gators who were in rare form
and snapped off good games two
of which went over the 900 mark,
success was due Malovany wno
came up with a 528 scratch se
ries and a 594 handicap tab. For
the luckless shooters Yager had
the top scratch tally of 496 but
in the net bracket honors went
to Iregas with 552.
Kins- Pins 3 Picnics 1
. Twas no picnic for the Picnics
when they matched their bowl bowline:
ine: bowline: talents against the King
Pins. Only in the last game did
the Picnics roil a respectiul
game and won by the slim mar
gin of two pins. But this effort
did not overcome the decisive
tallies of the Kingpins in the
first two games and TP's. The
'Pins really went to town In the
middle game, when they clicked
off a 929 game, in which Leldner
nad the high game of the league
season with a 237. Mel ran away
with the scratch listing, a 561
and the handicap set for this
match with 603. For the Picnic
ers, Mingin was best with 460
scratch and In handicap, Mor Morton
ton Morton with 514, although he was
atwent in the first game.
Swim Forum
Big Success
In conjunction with the train training
ing training program In competitive
swimming sponsored dv uie uivi-
sion of Schools Physical Educa Education
tion Education Branch, a forum was con conducted
ducted conducted last week at the Gamboa
pool by Robert and Charles Con Connor.
nor. Connor. With Bob doing the. demon demonstrating
strating demonstrating and some of the in instructing
structing instructing and Charlie pointing
out the fine points and common
errors, the mechanics of the
starts, the strokes and the turns
of the various events of compe competitive
titive competitive swimming were thoroughly
covered.
An Interested audience of some'
75 swimmers ia an age group
from 7 to 16 profited greatly by
attending.
Youngsters like Jimmy Gah Gah-gle.
gle. Gah-gle. Sammy Witkin. Charlene
Graves and Helen George were
singled out for their attendance,
hard work and fine progress. It
was pointed out that this type of
attitude was essential to the de development
velopment development of championship
swimmers.
Fortunate indeed are the
youngsters at the Gatun, Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa and Balboa pools who are
availing themselves of Bob Con Connor's
nor's Connor's instruction. An outstanding
swimmer for many year in the
Canal Zone, Bob Is now a mem
ber of the incomparable N Matt
Mann's team at Oklahoma Uni University.
versity. University. It Ms been a revelation to this
layman of swimming in the
progress made by these young youngsters.
sters. youngsters. Their times have Improved,
they are poised and confident as
Srofesslonals and ther show that
ley enjoy their work. ; s
As they continue to represent
their communities in competi
tive swimming they will win the
respect or opponents ana c:u-
enry alike with their fine mo moral
ral moral and ethicat character and
good sportsmanship.
In this they will reflect the
teaching of this young coach.
uniUUng.hla traits in a slight
case of hero worship.
FAILS LAKS SWIM
TORONTO CUP) Mrs. Resit j

TitBr- 4. failed Mondav BIEht la'at

her attempt to swim Lake OsUrio.'l n sjgf a&a ffl n B U

October

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team in the world of sports.
( v 1 1 J 4 , n ,V
The internationally famous g
gregation arrived in Havana on on-Pan
Pan on-Pan American World Airway
from Miami Saturday to start
19-eountry flying tour of the Ca Caribbean,
ribbean, Caribbean, South American ond
Middle America
During the 11 week tour the
Globetrotters will play exhibitions
in Cuba, -Jamaica, Dpmican Re Republic,
public, Republic, Venezuela, Trinidad, Suri Surinam,
nam, Surinam, Brazil, Uruguay, Agentina
Chile Peru, Ecuador, Colombia
Panama Costa. Rica, Nicaragua,
Honduras, Guatemala and .Mexico-
,
The Globetrotters are noted for
a repertoire of fancy ball hand handling
ling handling and tricky maneuvers as well
as tneir high-scoring prowess.
A Panama Baskoball League
official today disclosed that the
Gfobotretters are scheduled to
arrive or th Isthmus Oct. 14.
Marlboro Seeks
Local Hardwood
Title Tonight
f
By HERBERT MOISE
Roaolfo "Fifi" Tom will lead
his Colon Marlboro team unto the
Panama National Gymnasium bas
ketball court tonight in quest of
the 1957 title. Should they win
their game against the defending
champions (already eliminated
from 1957; pennant contention) then
they will regain that coveted title
they held three times in the past
five years. In last season's final
series, they battled Cerveza iBal iBal-boa
boa iBal-boa to an extra game only to lose
to a teim that sought their first
title in over six years.
" Currently j the Carlos Eleta-own.
ed Afttrlharir team is-undefeated in
series plays and boasts of the best
"free throw average (72 in 99 99-.717)"
.717)" 99-.717)" and also a straight eighty
series This means that they have
scored more than eighty points in
each ot their games Scoring 84
iu one, m m two ana men. 82 in
anotnor.
On the regular season, the Colo-
uues iiiusnea in a secona place
ue wiui a seven ana inree record.
This record Qualified them, for this
final playoff with Balboa, Gallito
and Panama. Among these "big
four" of local basketball, Marlbo Marlboro,
ro, Marlboro, according to the experts, should
have ended behind JBalboa and
Gallito but under the astute and
capable guidance of Fifi Tom, this
team has pulled the surprise of
me season.
Several of the Marlboro players
have suddenly gotten hot and are
playing a brilliant series. Hereto Heretofore,
fore, Heretofore, Fernando Tom veteran on the
team, was used sparingly for brief
perious oi uiree or jour minutes
but now in the series he has been
the piaymaker, pointgetter and the
call guy for the team. Along with
Tom are RogehV ''Papsy"- Aik Aik-man,
man, Aik-man, Carlos Pomares, Ernesto
Taylor, Tito Luis Ardines and Ju Julio
lio Julio Noel. These players have be become
come become the force behind the Marlbo
ro pennant arive.
Marlboro can back into the pen pennant
nant pennant tonight too. Should Gallito
defeat Panama In first game to tonight
night tonight then the Colonites will auto automatically
matically automatically become champs. Pana Panama
ma Panama is the only team with a ma mathematical
thematical mathematical chance of tying the Co Colonites.
lonites. Colonites. With the law of average
and -possibility favoring the Colo Colonites,
nites, Colonites, theV Will be averwhlimnr
favorites to win tonight
today Cneanto 35, J20
Pier Angell in
"PORT AFRIQUE"
In .Technicolor!
Phil Corey in
"SHADOW on the WINDOW"
Today IDEAL 20 .70
Spanish Double!
Rosa Elena Durgel In ':
V "AMOR DEL BL'ENO"
' Maria Elena Marques in
"CANCION DE CfJNA
iDRIvT-iNl
I 7. -00 TODAY! 9.-00
POPULAR NIGHT!
5UI per CAR!
E
I
Alan Ladd In
"BOTANY BAY"
In TECHNICOLOR I
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KTRX DOUGLAS
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THE DETECTIVES
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Editor: CQNRADO SARGEANT

National League
Teams''
W L Pet.
CB
6
7
12
12V&
19
26
Milwaukee :
St. Louis
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
New York
Chicago
Pittsburgh'
73 46
68 51
67 53
61 ,57
6158
56 66
46 70
43 74
613
571
.558
.517
.513
.459
.397
Today's Garnet
Cincinnati at Brooklyn
' St. Louis at New York;
Only games scheduled
, Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
Milwaukee 000 000 0123
Pittsburgh 000 000 010 l
Spahn (15-8) and' Crandall.
Law, Arroyo (3-11), Face
Foiles.
I 0
' 1
and
(Twilight Game) 1
St. Louis ; 101 200 0004 8 0
ew Kork 002 100 0003 10 0
Jones (10-7) and H. Smith.
Barclay, Constable (0-1), Mon-
zanty Grissom and Thomas.
(Night Game)
St. Louis 000 002 0013 8 0
New York 000 100 0012 8 1
V. McDaniel (7-3) and Cooper.
Antonelh (1M3) and Westrum.
(Twilight Game)
Cincinnati 110 201 0005 10 1
Brooklyn 005 001 14x-ll 14 1
Acker
Sanchez
gess.
Klippstein, Amor (l-l),
Fowler and Bailey, Bur-
Podres, Roebuck (5-2) and Rose Rose-boro.
boro. Rose-boro. (Night Game)
Cincinnati 110 001 O20D00 5 10
Brooklyn 004 001 000 0016 13
Lawrence, Freeman, Klippstein
(11-7) and Burgess.
McDevitt, Labine, Drysdale (11 (11-7)
7) (11-7) and Campanella.
(Twilight Game)
Chicago 001 310 0005 8 1
Philadelphia, 000 000 010 12 6 0
Drabowsky (9-11) and Neeman.
Simmons, Farrell (5-1) and Lo-

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

, Government officials are con
tinuing their efforts to Kive lo
cal race fans the benefits and
protection of all the modern ad
vancements in the sport out at
the President Remon racetrack.
Last week the Panama Gam
bling Control Board voted on
and approved; the sum of $3,000
to purchase euipment for a
saliva test laboratory. I
Preliminary work on the labor laboratory
atory laboratory has already started. This
long-needed ; innovation is ex
pected to become a reality be
fore the end of the year.
Treasury Minister Ruben D
Carles Jr.. president of the Pan
ama Gambling. Control board,
recently applied to the U.S. Na
tional Association of State Rac
ing commissioners for member membership
ship membership of the President Remon
track. The Association's offices
are located in Lexington, Ky.'
; Mrs. A."E. Smith, secretary
. of the Association, in answer
to the application, stated that
memberships are voted on at
annnal meetings. The next
meeting of the NASRG are
scheduled for March 36 to A-
pril 3, 1958.
ir.than'i eve POPPlne 20
lenarth Tictonr in last Sunday's
$2,000 added one mile and one-
eighth Antonio Anguiwua Classic
is Indicative of a brilliant future
for this classy two-year -oia tia
- The long-striding chestnut
offspring- of Keyhaven-Lituana
scampered the nine furlongs in
the fastest time ever recorded by
a native on the isthmus for the
distance. ; ;
. Don Arturo DelvaHe's great
native champion Royal Eagle,
the only native ever to win a-
sainst the hlehest class or tm
ported thoroughbreds (Class
"A" at the Juan. Franco race
track) was credited with l:
56 1-5 when he scored a smash
ing upset victory over the cream
oi tne crop oi uiorougiuircua
then competing at the now de defunct
funct defunct Sabanas oral. v.
Esteban also holds the honor
Of running the. fastest mile ever
bv a local bred 1:41.
Tne Eietav protners- star-vem
nine furlongs in 1:54 2-5 witn
such ease over the sloppy going
that many, including this writer.
I expect to see "Steve" competing
against uie pest impvricu
es ifm
coo -
61 The next scheduled classic race1
lis the Labor Day Classic (Clasico
w'Dla del Trabalo) which wiU be
run on Sunday, Sept 1. Labor
El Day, however, will be celebrated
;on the Canal Zone on Monday,
stpt a.
Seven horses have been enter-

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ci
Team
New York
Chicagj
Boston
Detroit
Baltimore
Cleveland
Washington
Kansas City
41 .453
48 .593
56 21
59 .500
60 ,483
62 .479
73 .387
73' ,387
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18.
20
2014
2V
3114
- Today'f Games'
1 Washington at Chicago
Baltimore at Detroit
Boston at Cleveland N)
New York at Kansas City
CN
.... Ywterday's Results
(Night Game)
Boston 000 001 0034
wcv;iana 100; 003 01X 5 10 -l
Brewer (14-10), Wall, Susce and
wnite,
Mossl flO-7), Wynn and Nixoi
(Twilight) : J',
Washington 100 300 0105 11 2
Chicago 211 000 0004 7 o
Hyde. Byerly (5-5) and Court Court-ney,
ney, Court-ney, Fitzgerald.
Visum, Harshman (7-8) and Lol
tar.
(Night Game)
Washington 000 000 000-0 ft 6
Chicago 005 010 OOx 6 14 0
- Stobbs (6-16), Black and Berbe
ret. v
Keegan (8-6) and Lollar, J
(Night Game)
Baltimore 100 000 0001 7 l
Detroit 203 000 OOx 5 7 1
Brown (5-7), Ceccerelli and Tri Tri-andos.
andos. Tri-andos. Bunning (15-5) and House.
(Night Game)
New York 000 000 000-0 6 ft
Kansas City 000 010 OOx 1 2 1
Turley (10-4) and Berra.
terry (4-7) and Thompson.
pata.
(Night Game)
Chicago 001 310 000-58 1
Philauelphla 100 100 000-8 6 0
Brosnan Elston (4-5) More More-head
head More-head and Neeman.
Roberts (8-17), Hearn, Hacker
and Xonnett. 1
ed for the race which is
re
ounciea to tnree-year-olds
m1!hLe?.tritLa and thelT assigned
weight handicaps are Scintilla Scintillation
tion Scintillation lie, Grand Finish 116, Tie Tie-uest
uest Tie-uest 116, Canoe 116, Joselito U6,
Sera Bueno 110 and Ragazza 107!
ooo ",
Tne only suspension meUd
out over the weekend was a 12
meet penalty to Douglas Cor,
twif not eteing Joe's
Fiddling In Saturday's sixth
ran rink. w..u.
Mraw xruiter was tne
winner and Remozada wound
op second.
lio Baeza wereieach fined $5 for
aroppin? their whin wmi.
ing Remozada anri vY, r tn
respectively, in the sixth and'
eighth races oh Saturday
F"v-Begone was fined
$10 for sending his horse Joseli Joselito
to Joselito late to the receiving barn for
tne nightcap on Saturday.
fined $10 for having Best sent to
the paddock late for Sunday's
sixth'race. .-.-.r.;
$5 for altering the weights on
Certeroin Saturday's rst race.
3 Champions, Group
Of roungslers Lead
5
V sacbamentoj cmifaip
Three champions and a aroun ot
cKcr, mug nimne youne chal
lengers led the WSV toda intn th.
second round of the 57th
VYomen's Amateur golf .thsmpioo-
ship.- v ...
Defending chamninii if.r'.n
aewart Streit of FonthflL) Ont.;
Barbara Romack Porter of Sacra Sacra-mento.
mento. Sacra-mento. the 1954 chamn.t ni p..
tricia Lesser of SeaftJe. lass tu
Uist, headed the 64 players left ia
the tournament ftr th.
day..;-.,- .; ..
But thev, faced' rri -t,.ii
lengefrom a group of free-s win e.
mg fonngsters beaded by Joanne
Gandersoa and Anne Quasi of Se Seattle:
attle: Seattle: Judy EUer. the ltmuM
National Junior champ from Old
Hickory, Teiuu, ad Anne Rich Richardson
ardson Richardson of Columbus, Ohio, only a
year or so out of her teens and
the longest hitter ia the -tourna
ment. ,f.
Neither "Strand. Porter nor Les
ser rank in the ancients clai.I
being in their 20s. But bobo a
them ia the first-round match at.
the B.36X. nr-fmir T)l Pa C.
try Club produced the brand 0 0-golf
golf 0-golf sbowa Monday by Missej
Quast and Gundenea.

American League

W L Pet.

77
70
61
59
56
. 57
46
46

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1?5T
THK PANAMA AMERICAN 'AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE NINl

Humberfo Robihsbh Wh

ashhs Mpntreab For? 14th Victor

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BIG CATCH Personnel from Albrook AFB, Canal Zone dis display
play display some of the large dolphin caught while fishing in -the
local Sallfish-Marlin Tournament held in the Gulf of Panama.
From left to right: MSgt. Max W. Hochgraef and SSgt. Sam
Smillch. Their fish-ranged ini weight from 25 to 38 pounds.

By JOE
Giant fans'1 abruptly seem to tea
ii7 that their team really means
business abeut that jump to San
Francisco,' wnicn snovua arrive i
th nihher statnn stage- Monday,
They are indignant in the main,
nH f i Vomnrkable how many
thwe are about town, and in what
strange places they may be un uncovered.
covered. uncovered. i
Take for' instance, a trot cast cast-nn
nn cast-nn which is alleaed to be an
arenemy of baseball. Take Roose
velt Raceway, tne new, exciting,
luxurious splash of southwest co-
Jor and decor on the Long Island
barrens."
m t '4 v' -"- ' .
George Morton Levy,' major do do-irio,
irio, do-irio, ought to be in a champagne
mood, the way the baseball peo people
ple people tell it. He has been Giant
lan for 40 years, and. I can't un understand
derstand understand why they have gotten to
this point'
..Didn't he know the competition
of the horse parks is always prom prominently
inently prominently cited among reasons for the
flight of the, Giants? .... ...
Horace Stoneham even suggest suggested
ed suggested to the Celler subcommittee that
he wouldn't have to, leave i if he
too cou(4 operate mutuel machines
before each Inning,
This was offered sardonically
because no owner has attempted
to combine betting with baseball
since the National League in 1880
decreed that "no club shall allow
open betting or pool, selling upon
its grounds."-
MILLIONS WOULD PAY,
Even with- this drawback, base
ball got along with racing here
for '-many years, and there were,
in iact, more tracks in the area
when the. Giants fought for surviv survival
al survival without .TV in the 1890s than
there aresnow. The modern demon
of night racing In the trot casinos,
conflicting with night' ball, was
the killer. Stoneham has claimed.
u i : "f"";!'-. -.
. Levy' wouldn't 'go for that." No,
ne didn't' support the team at the
Polo Grounds as a Giant fan, but
ne looxea on i v auai woma oe
willing to pay plenty -on toll TV,
and that .was their trouble,' the air,
"They don't realise how may
people there are in this area who
are aeepiy interested in Daseuan,
Be claimed, y "Decause tney .give
their-game, away on TV. .There

tray millions oi us ..on ,i v.wnv.iorgeuing w oet one" cuuugu,

"SomotHing obout that roan..."

Now aroma I
! 1 500 men taild loading eftcr i
shovel, picked Aqua Velvo
with scenl-prelonger W-10. .-
'-
Ktw actionl w""
Skin conditioner, Huirwctiif,
"8iyw TM k"". o drink."

KING

..would pay. Baseball is still very
big here. What can they dd in San
Francisco that they can't to here,
if they investigate toll TV in.ev
ery conceivable way?''
What .Stoneham can have in San
Francisco is a new park, which
Levy has here. Walter .O'Malley
in Brooklyn would like a.; new
park, too. ;
Levy's raceway explains this
hankering by the baseball brass.
It's modern, eve-appeaiine. gener
ous in creature comforts. Instead
of wrestling to reach a' hot dog
stand, a fellow can find a large
cafeteria as ,welL.as,a lush terrac
ed roof dining room. There are
bars all over the joint.:.,
A ball park would' sell, too. if
it had such conveniences. Yankee
Stadium, with its limited facilities
for eating and drinking m the Sta
dium ,Club, last year averaged 33
cents a head from concessions
while in cramped Ebbets Field the
take, was only 26 cents.
SWING DEAL STATE
In Brooklyn, O'Malley 'has five
million for a ball yard.' It's not
nearly enough, : He. stands -just
where. Levy was in 1953. Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt had five million., too. and
plans for a new place, then costs
soared. Alvin Weil, Levy's associ
ate, says the asking price went ud
one-third in three yetrs.-
Levy was able to swing a. deal
with" the state, by which harness
racing guaranteed it the 1956'um
in taxes, in exchange for a givea giveaway
way giveaway setup that has the state shar sharing
ing sharing its coverage with' the -.tracks
for capital construction, a, ;..plan
that automatically ..earned... bank
sanction of a ..$10 million .loan.
Then, he could build his brand ca casino.'
sino.' casino.' O'Malley pas his, five million
without y the mutuels, which v.a v.a-.
. v.a-. mounts to five million. Stoneham
and he are going west where they
can et a handout without a Han Handle...
dle... Handle... M. '. rii .-
Meanwhile, Levy had. made a
nice: try as a Giant fan, and went
back to his business.- He expects
to see a handle of a fabulous, three
million -"occasionally." Well, more
conservative, says two-and-a half.
tne people eajoy eaung, armsing
and gawking so much they 'are
New! Ic BIu
AquaVefva
After Shave
Now fooIU
i
Ice Blue Aqua Vttva rtfreiHej
in o sow woy hngici wilhouf
iVg. Another fine Willion
product.
Now look! r
Smart decanter is easy to hold,

Righthander;
Hurls. Third
Straight; Win

' NEW YORK. Aug.' 21 (UP)-
The Toronto Maple Leafs, last
vear's oennant winners, are in
tirst place in the International
League today for the first time
sice May. J
The "Leafs; pre-seasoft favorites
to win the title again, swept a twin
mil from Montreal, e-u ana 8 -7,
last night, to take a hair game
lead over' second' olace Buifalo.
The Bisons defeated Rochester,: i i-6,
6, i-6, in a single contest.
numoene neDwsen yieiaea
five hits in the leven-lnnirtf
pener for; his thlroj straight; vic victory.
tory. victory. The;tall righthander,., who
lest his winning touch in tho mid middle
dle middle of-the season, now hat a 14-
record, tn tho nightcap,- To
ronfo needed throo relief pitch-;
ers to holt Montreal uprising
in the ninth to preserve the win
for 'starter Jim Poarco. -.'
Buflalo withstood a late Roches
ter rally 'as Glenn Cox won his
ltlh game of the : ; season. Each
team connected for three homers
in the'22-hit slugfest. t
In other action, Miami stopped
Columbus,' 6-1, behind the four-hit
pitching of Ray Semproch and- the
Havana-Richmond game was sus suspended
pended suspended after seven innings because
of power failure with,, the Sugar
Kings leading, 2-1.
" The linescores:
t'i
Montreal
(First Game
000-000-00-
-0-5-r-l
Toronto
500-010-x ft 7 0
Blaylock. Wrieht () and D,
insott and St. Claire. LP Barker.
(Second Game)
Montreal 100-100-3117-132
Toronto 000-016-10x 8-10 0
Harris, Darnell (6) and Pigan Pigan-tano;
tano; Pigan-tano; Pierce, Grimsley (),' Cri Cri-mian
mian Cri-mian (9), Schmitz (9), Tiefenauer
(9) and Roselli. WP-Pearce. LP LP-Harris.
Harris. LP-Harris. HRs Gentile, 2, Goliat,
Geho. (
Rochester .020-001-0124 110
Buffalo 410-000-03X a 100
. uiayiock, Wright (8) and D.
Ricketts ; Cox, Kagy (9), Drews
(9) and Noble. WP Cox. LP G.
Blaylock. HRs Ortiz, Stevens,
Maddern, Rac, Ortiz, Noble.
Miami 200-001-102 6-12 O
utiumDua 010-000-000 14 0
' Semproch and Bucha; Kildoo, O'-Briea.(7J-and
Kravitc. LP--KiWoo.
HRs-.Locklin, Stevens, ?Herrera.
Smith. . '
igonlil ot end of 7th duo to
lighting difflcultiost.
Havana ... 000-000-2 2uji
Richmond : 001-000-0161
Lane and. Izquierdo; Parsons.
Kutyna (7). and Watlington.
Keegan Credits
No-Hit Game
ToNevWindiip
CHICAGO.- Aui!. 21 VHP v -IraK
Keeean of the Chicatrn Whit. cn.
said today that "a new "slow mo motion"
tion" motion" wind-np helped lilm hurl the
easoo s nrst no-hitter.
The 36-year-old right hander,
once considered washed up be
cause of arm .trouble tried out
his new delivery last night for the
first time as ho blanked the Wash Washington
ington Washington Senators, 6-0, ia tho night-
Megan waixoa only two batters.
is similar to a golfer, taking slow-
accKin alalia, nil ndsw nnii
w uai'KSWlflg. . ; j.,,;;, i ;i
"In other wont, Inttaarf r ..n
ing myi arm nack in a, himry in
the preliminary motion, I do it
slowly,'' he said, Keegan, exolaia-
ea mi elves him mnr nmtui --j
helps to keep him from tiring.
' aid ho was "confident"
ium new style was workinr by
the fourth inning U,t night
coma ua then that the
be said."
Keegan said that when ho faced
?une1?. lel off barter i.
iUc cibuui, ne was sure of
o-hitter. s ., r i
My new windnn lnnv v. i.-
lers by surprise. I'm sure the Sen-
lyra weren i prepared for it," be
said. .'.'..-,.. .'
Keegan said he aervtut
un oaus -a always'" and
gave a lot of credit to eatch-r
Sherra Lollar for calling tho shots.
"
Red Shoendienst
Is Difference
For John Quinn' :
MILWAUKEE (NEA) ,-For two
years, General Manager John
Quinn of the Braves maintained
he had to get a second baseman
before his club could wis a pen
nant.
This year he came no with Red
Schoendienst from the Giants.
"Schoendienst.' Manas-er fiirdie
TebbetU of tho -Rods- remarked,
"be makes tho difference."
He also is making the difference,
for Quina. It is the first -trade'
Quinn bss made with the Giants
which didn't give the New YorkH
era a pennant -winning combina combination
tion combination and leave the Braves out in
tho cold. ;r-

..io, lift A f-
Floundering Dodgers Could
Finish Up In Fourth Place

J' By "JIMMY BRESLIN
""NEW YORK fNEA) When he
isu i at au kirpori in Montreal or
a box seat at at. I'aui.'- auuu
oaseoau Kame,rescO' inompson,
who is in, charge ot tne uougers
(am system, tsts on a, comniuu
er a tram at iieepon, t,- L, eaca
ino ninx aud sueuua uie 40-iniuuie
xiue to alrookiyu trying to ltgure
yaal u s ail aooul.
t or the past tew years, every,
thing has oeen. gouig- smbotmy,
jcvety-. time. tne big &ub seemeu
in Uuuuie. nesco wumu loon over
tue oig biackooard in his omce
uud sue a name like Roger Craig
or op rioenucK or johnny poares
ciiauta ou a minor ieaguu rosiu i-
'men iie'a senu -a wue ana tne
Oougers wouiu nave heiu m it mu
rv. . r
But now, es Brooklyn flounders
towia a iuish wuicn eouiu oe
as low as lourui piace, au fresco
cn uo is iook at macooara, read
tne oaiiy reports minor ieaue
mnins mau him and wait.
itn tnof neio, agu has apm eutly
crura oiea tn sogers iu one
sweeps it's au over lor. Roy Cam'
paneua, tne Duriy caiciiur. ree
nee it:ese is on tne bencn wneu
he len t piaying thira. Ranay
jackson is hurt mora than he s
souna. .'And in right fieia, Can
turau) is a heavy legged, lading
piayer.
but Thompson can't make a
move. He na aoa lailis, a soon-
stop, ana Dick Gray, thira, at
oi. raui and they micht ehio a
lot. So would Don Ueineter, the
outfielder who already has hit
over 20 home runs despite play playing
ing playing in a big park.. Stanley vvii-
Uams. thft pig pitcher, has Shown
plenty,- too. v
Hut St. Paul is in a ficht for
the piayolfs." Ihomoson. a a v a
"ana we can't toucn any noav un
til they, are out'Ot it. One of these
teiiows miebt be the dilferenrp.
KUdie Foru came' up to the Yan-
aees mat- year and-won nin
straight. 1 rememoer Musial hit
.mv, in. tne last month and the
earns nearly won in '40 on tne
strength of it.
,."But we-just have to sit here
and wait. All that work and all
those years .of developing players
for a situation such as this' and
then wo wind up 'fiddling with
pencils. It's a crazy "business." i
The Brooklyn situation this 'sea 'season
son 'season has brought up tho notion
Thompson's- tarm system accom accomplished
plished accomplished too much in recent years.
The, Dodgers wera loaded, yet fine
talent was avaUable in the top
minors and there wi mn
poshing up behind them.- The club
sot aaies-minaea.
So Billy (Loos and Ray Moore
are pitching Baltimore into-the
first division;; Walt Moryn hits

Clayton, Albrook Continue To
Dominate PAAF Cage Loop

In Monday nieht's. Panama Araa
Armed Forces League basketball
action the first Place Fort Clav
ton Cavaliers downed the Fort A-
maaor Troopera 5-56 and the sec
nd. place Albrook AFB Flyers
squeezed by the Army Atlantic
jsusnmasiers 76-69. .1
At Amador the Clayton five roll
ed to a 38-1K balftime lead, and
then commenced a steady flow of
suDstuuupns as they -coasted to an
easy win. Fourteen men saw ac
tion for the Cavaliers and no less
than .ten of these men entered the
scorinfi column.
;' Vera 'Mule! Clemons was high
man for Clayton with 11 buckets
and three free throws for 25 points.
Guard John Lawrence entered the
same in. the second half and can
ned fivj fielc goals for ten points,
and Tunner-up honors for. the Ca
valiers. '-' .- '--
Guard Herm Daniel was hieh
man for the Troopers with 16 tal
lies, forward xom inompson add
ed 12 and center Hal Seal canned
10.
At Albrook the Flyers overcame
a 34-31 halitime deficit by outscor-
inf tna Kusnm asters 25-14 in the
third quarter, and then fought off
a game AA comeback In the final
stanza to salvage the win.-
Guam Emmett Bryant. the
league's leading scorer, was Al
brook's hieh man with 26 markers,
Guard Ron Pearson added 18 tal;
lies to the Flyer attack.'
Bin John Foster. Army Atlan
tic's hotshot center and runner-up
to sryam in tne league s scoring
duel, pourea in u field goal and
nine out of 11 free throws for 33
points. Gerald Trask and Neil
Haggerty added 12 and 10 points
respectively to the AA attacK.
Ia Saturday night s .Panama A-
re a Armed Forces Leaguer basket
ball action the fort Kobbe Regu
lars upset tne second place Al
brook AFB Flyer 74-69 and' the
Aarmy Atlantic Bush masters
trampled tho Fort Amador Troop
ers -..
At Fort Kobbe the Sykes Regu Regulars
lars Regulars rolled up sn early lead, which
at one time was as much as IS
points, and then fought off a last
stanza Flyer flurry to hand the
Flyers their second straight de defeat;
feat; defeat; The loss pots tbem 2V games
behind the league leading Fort
Clayton five. . .
Forward Dick Allen was high
for Kobbe with 20 points. Center
Andy iMcCullougli and center-for
ward Dick Hill rnd
noints respectively to bolster the
Regular attack.

homers' for the Cubs1, Don Hoak
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have umoaued vuo muta idieni.
ami wueu tue veieraus aiaiu to
suue,, iut mechanics 01 -uaseoau

iicuiin;u AtititaceuieUis from oe-
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buaiu, fluiwaunee cueiuuy nuaru nuaru-eu
eu nuaru-eu wuausver it uau. we CuVuig.
ton, iui, ouaieiaer wuu nas au
iitud lateiy, was origiually meu.
uoued oy tue uiauts s a pan, ut
uie tiei wmcn oiousiu iteu acno
euuienBc to the' ui aVc.
I'aut Wanei, who uelped Cov
ington witn his hilling, msisteu ne
should be Kept. o tne Giants sot
jnoooy 'xnomson instead auer toe
Jbraves uucKed the Covington is
sue. '""I.
And Jimmy Dykes -of the Reds.
alter seeing tne Uraves' Gene
Comey rack up another, win, oe
gau tu, wouuer aoout tne arm
trouble, the. tall pitcner was said
to have had all season., "X hey
kept tbatalk alive," Dykes rasp rasped,
ed, rasped, "so the Giants would go lor
itay Lrone mstead. Milwaukee had
to give something, for Schoendi Schoendienst.
enst. Schoendienst. So they put, up a smoke
screen."
Of the two systems, Thompson's
seems more sound. But on ninor
Milwaukee's is betters. Check the
standings, xou u see they're ahead
By BEANS R BABOON
Written for NBA Service
QUESTION: The runna'p
toward the plate on a close nlav
e jars tne catcher and the throw
bounds- behind the plate. The run.
er misses, tne: plate entirely;
winding up behind -it. The. pitcher,
backing un the nlav. retrieva. tha
ball. Tte catcher than blocks the
runner, who tries to return -to the
plate. Is this obstruction? Or
does the fact the catcher is hWir.
ing this back of the plate his nor
mal position -j. cnange this?
George Ramponi.
Answer! No, it still counts as
ebstruction.
Q. Batter hits a lone flv tn ritrhr
center. It Is headed out of the
park when it strikes a flagpole
placed directly against the fence,
ine ball reboundi ini. !,, t.
this a home run or a ball in play?
Dick Rnharfa r
A, A. Homo run In most cas cases.
es. cases. ,)' ;,
Guard Emmett Bryant was high
scorer for the game with 29 points.
Forward Larry Edwards added 24
more to the Flyer cause.
At Fort Davis the Bushmasters
raced to a 30-7 first period lead
and then coasted to victory, in increasing
creasing increasing their lead more and more
as the game progressed,
i A,,ny Auntie- five men in
double figures with center John
Foster and forward Neil Haggerty
leading the attack with 22 noints
viuau iuiae mvera nign man
for Amador with 22 tallies. Guard
Herm Daniel added 13 markers to
the Trooper total.
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Along The Fairway
Pt. Amador Woman's Coif
' Association
By HESTER J '.
I Katy Call fired a nine over par
ii to take all comers for 4 low
gross m tne ladies Medal nlav
tournament at Ft.' imiHw
Thursday, August 15th. The tourn tournament
ament tournament was played with three-ouart
lb unmusup ana Kutn uncoln s
net 76 won her tho first omrm hon
ors. Pearl Trim was second with
a- net 78 ana Marge Sewell won
third place spot with her net 79.
Ethel Tarentie used .- anlv m
strokes on the ereens to win tha
putting ball for the day, ;
.tomorrow tne ladies will play
a Blind Bogie Tournament. Tha
object of this tournament is for
each lady to select a handicap
that will make her net score be between
tween between 68 and 78. After the tourna-
ment a number is drawn from the
hat ana the player coming closest
to the bund bogie score is the win
ner. Select your handicap gals and
come on nut and play on Thurs
day, this is a good cnance for tne
high handicap players to win some
golf balls.
ne are looking forward to some
really ine tournaments in Sep September
tember September when all of the girls get
back from vacation and the chil children
dren children have returned to school. Make ;
plans now to join us every Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. A number of the working'
gals are taking Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon off and playing in our tourna-1
mem a. We would like to extend
an invitation to all working girl
golfers to )oia us on Thursday af-
ternoou. For the
benent of all
newcomers, the morning group
tees off between 1:00 fe4 8:30 a.m.

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WALTZ ME AROUND AGAIN. WILLIE The rear axle ;of TVillard Yates' midget racer
broke and his mount turned over twice at Sun Prairie, Wis. The, way things look in the flick,"
ering twilight, Yates was. seriously thinking of disembarking. The last time anybody checked,
the Cedar Raoids, la., driver's injuries were undetermined. This is nothing for these guys.

Rademachers Pro Career
To Open And Close In One

By HARRY GRAYSON
SEATTLE, Wash. (NEA) The
faint-hearted .who call Pete, Rade Rade-macher's
macher's Rade-macher's bout with Heavyweight
Champ Floyd Patterson .here to
morrow nignt noming more tuou
pre-planned slaughter and are
propsriy horrified by it are guilty
of a gross misstatement, if you
listen to boxing people.
They say Rademacher isn't go going
ing going to be around long enough to
get badly banged up. -He doesn't
tisure to last more than a round,
two at the most, in the most fan fantastic
tastic fantastic promotion in, boxing history.
Patterson is getting $250,000 for
destroying a rank amateur, an op opportunity
portunity opportunity many a $50 fighter would
welcome. Patterson gets only mon
ey from this. Certainly there's no
glory in ,it.
Rademacher cannot fight by pro
fessional standard,. In training at
nearby Issaquah, you saw a Dig,
strong guy who seemea, ague at
first but when viewed over a
number., of rounds with Clarence-
Hinnant ana jonnpy Kiggins cBiue
out ,as downright- slow. He's a
fumbler.: a pawer with his left
hand. 'There ls considerable ques question
tion question here' ss to whether he has
any kind of a punch at : all. His
amateur nulihffs.. long 'since have
demonstrated he cannot take one.
Patterson is a fighter oi trem
endous potential remember that,
for in a couple of years he will
be' a sight to see -ana witn tms
in mind, the fact that Rademach
er is to fight mm tor tne tine De-
comes incongruous.
Take, for example, tne big nope
of the expected crowd of 25,000,
which will pay 400,ooo. mars
the belief Pete will hit Patterson
on the chin, and walk away with
it all.
This has been fostered by flag
waving attending, his conquest in
the Olympic- games. But what did
Pete Rademacher do in Mel Melbourne?'
bourne?' Melbourne?' He shoved down a help
less spiritless and cumbersome
Czech a couple of times and the
referee stopped if. Dan Bekker of
South Africa fell into the ropes
in the third round and the referee
stopped it. But Pete was- on the i
floor, and openly admits he was
hurt, in the first,
The Rnssian Rademacher stopped
had no defense and went down
a couple of times: The referee
stopped it. 1
The blunt facts are Rademach Rademacher
er Rademacher didn't score a clean knockdown
in any of the fights.. And he was
fighting' little boys, compared to
Patterson.- t '
Patterson is a cautious fighter.
He comes out with hands high and
close to his face. If his opponent
is lazy, he'll wait, too. He makes
a fight on his own terms, opening
up only when he's absolutely -certain
he wont be countered effec
tively, r." '' '- v
But even Floyd s cautious atti attitude
tude attitude will dissolve to a couole of
bold, send-the-guy-home -combinations
once, be sees what he is up
There another question here.
Sick's Stadium, where the fight
is to be held, has dressing rooms.
Rademacher will use the one oc-j
cupied by the Seattle Rainier of
the Pacific Coast League. How,
you must ask yourself, will this
coy react when ne is placed in

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that room for the two-and-a-half-
hour wait before the. man opens
the door and tells him, "Rade-
macher you're on."
Max Baer was a big talker and
he-pulled his-socks on nvef his

snoes; wnue getting ready for Joe
Louis, Jersey Joe Walcott refus
ed to put his trunks on before
meeting Rocky Marciano the sec second
ond second time. Ring lore is filled with
these tales.
Baer and Walcott were big, ex experienced
perienced experienced professionals. They could
fight, Rademacher. is n e i t h e r.
Somewhere someplace, there is
going to .be a moment, in that
dressing room, when he will real realize
ize realize his. niagifieent sales pitch is
over; that things .now must be
decided with six-ounce gloves,
This is not to say' Rademacher
has no stomach. Nobody who ev ever
er ever got in a ring; under any 'clr 'clr-cumstances
cumstances 'clr-cumstances could, be charged with

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this;. But he is .human, and he has
never been called on before to. sit
it, out in a dresing room before
a professional, money not-medals
fight. Not to mention a fight for
'the heavyweight title. i
,lf Rademacher manages to hold
his bold front, his friends and re relations
lations relations in the audience can have
uie inriu oi seemg mm come out
of his corner and make a try, any-
way however short it will be.-
And under the terms of the pro promotion,
motion, promotion, Pete will come out still un unsullied
sullied unsullied by cash. Youth Unlimited
Inc.,' the rather nebulous Colorji Colorji-bus,
bus, Colorji-bus, fia., organization which got
up Patterson'sf money agreed 'to
take 60 per cent of the purse. 'Ev 'Even
en 'Even with a sellout, they figure la
blow a stack of money, There' ts
no room-in the budget for Rade Rade-macher
macher Rade-macher to get paid at all. Nor is
there room, even in imagination,'
for him to win; But we are here
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day Monday through Friday.
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nama Panama Auto. Avonida Joto Fran Fran-ciico
ciico Fran-ciico do la Ossa No. 45. For
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Ray Withdraws
From Basilio
Title Battle
NEW YORK. AUK. 21 (UP)
Sugar Ray Robinson formally
announced today that he is
withdrawing from next month's
million-dollar fight with Carmen
Basilio, apd the New York State
Athletic Commission scheduled a
special meeting Monday to con
sider the situation.
Chairman Julius Helfand of
the commission said Robinson
had telephoned his withdrawal
this morning. The middleweight
champion announced to the
press last night that he was pull pulling
ing pulling out of the title fight because
of a dispute with promoter Jim
Norris over theater television.
Helfand, after beiner notified
by Robinson, said: "I nave sent
out notices for all parties con concerned
cerned concerned to be at Monday's meet-
line." He did not elaborate.
In his announcement yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, Robinson left a loophole for
the bout to go on as originally
scheduled at Yankee Stadium,
Sept. 23.
Spokesman Charges
Steel Is Making
Union 'Scapegoat'
WASHINGTON (UP) A United
Steelworker official charged today
that the steel industry is trying
to make his union the "scapegoat"
for "exorbitant" steel price in increases.
creases. increases. Otis Brubaker, the union's re research
search research director, told the Senate
anti-trust and monopoly subcom
mittee that steel price increases
in the post-World War II period
have been exorbitant in relation
to increased costs."
"By constant repetition of the
theory that price increases have
been 'forced by labor unions,
corporate management has suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in turning attention away
from the obvious connection be between
tween between rising prices and rising
profits," the union official said.
"Of key importance in this de deliberate
liberate deliberate strategy is placing before
the public a scapegoat organized
later."
Brubaker was the main witness
as the subcommittee, headed by
Sen. Esles Kefauver (D-Tenn.), re resumed
sumed resumed hearings on the causes of
recent price increases in the steel
industry and so-called "adminis "administered"
tered" "administered" prices in steel and other
industries.
"Administered prices" are those
set by a company or industry with without
out without direct relationship to .supply
and demand.
In response to a question from
Kevajver, Brubaker said there is
"no question" but that the present
inflation is an "administered in-'
flatioC partly resulting from steel
cost hikes.
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FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Station
Wagon, 8-passsnser V-8, 8600
miles, extras. Panama 3-J004
between 8-9 a.m.
FOR SALE:-1956 Buick 4-door
hardtop Deluxe, dynaflow, pow-
er" steering, power braker, 6
way power seat, radio. Heater,
defroster, air conditioner, custom
upholstery, crash proof dash dashboard
board dashboard W.S.W. tuboless tires,
back up lights, beavy duty plastic
scat covers, 1 undercoatod, cost
new $3813.00. Sale $2250.00.
Balboa 4256. Arthur Odonell
5623-B Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1952 Kaiser Man Man-hatran
hatran Man-hatran radio, white sidcwalls,
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4484. 2-4484. FOR SALE: 1948 Pqntiac,
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condition. (Uses no oil). $275.
Call 84-5114. During the day.
Correction
FOR SALE: 1949 Hudson Com Commander,
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running condition. Leaving for
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2-1461.
FOR SALE: Duty paid 4-door
1954 Plymouth. Radio. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. $1050. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3390.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
station wagon 4-door, 6 pas passenger,
senger, passenger, standard shift by original
owner MSot. Hochgraef. Phone
Albrook 4197.
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Navy 3493.
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Colombian Baritone
Luiscarlos Gomez
Will Sing AT JVB
Luis Carlos Garcia Gomez,
baritone, will be presented In
nnnrart. tomorrow nteht at 8:00
o'clock at the USO-JWB Armed
Forces Service center in Baiooa.
Professor Hans Janowitz, well well-known
known well-known pianist, will accompany
him.
a nnttv of Colombia. Luis
Carlos Garcia Gomez has trav traveled
eled traveled throughout South America
singing In Buenos Aires, Argen Argentina;
tina; Argentina; Santiago, Chile; Lima, Pe Peru;
ru; Peru; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and
Quito, Ecuador.
During his studies in Europe
at the Philharmonic of Bolog Bologna.
na. Bologna. Italy, he wai graduated as
"concert singer" specializing In
oratorio. He has sung In Rome,
Milan, Vienna, Bonn, Amster Amsterdam,
dam, Amsterdam, and Madrid.
Before returning to this hem hemisphere,
isphere, hemisphere, Luis Carlos Garcia vis-
lted the countries in Asia Minor.
At the present, having ap ap-iwsmH
iwsmH ap-iwsmH In television and radio in
i London and tn Colombia, he it
interested in this as a new mea
I ium for his art.
In Panama, at tho Invitation
1 of the Minister of Education of
Panama, Senor Cfarcla Gomes
i will present several concerts in
the principal cities and tn the
interior.
The public of the Canal Zone
and the Republic of Panama are
cordially Invited to attend the
! concert to be held Thursday

evening at the USO-JWB In Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa.
Admission will be $1-00 for a a-dults;
dults; a-dults; $0.50 for students. Enlist Enlisted
ed Enlisted men of the military service
will be admitted free of c barge.
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SERVICES
The FATIMA' PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Mercado El Ray, offers
efficient filling of- proscriptions
and home delivery service. Phone
3-3416.
3 -minute car wash $1, steam
, cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $5. Auto-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
Radios repaired,' $2.50, parts
reasonable if needed. One-year
guarantee. "Radio Television.
Rio." 15th Street, Rio Abajo,
National Symphony
Features Foreign
Guest Conductor
For the first time since its re reorganization,
organization, reorganization, the National Sympho Symphony
ny Symphony Orchestra will have a foreigner
as guest conductor. Rev. Father
Richard Woollen, young American
composer from Catholic Universi University,
ty, University, Washinglon, D.C., will conduct
the Symphony in some of his own
works next Tuesday in the fourth
concert of the 1957 subscription se series.
ries. series. Rev. Woollen is on a good-will
tour through Latin America, and
he is the author of songs, masses,
quartets, sonatas and sacred and
secular choirs. He won the 'George
Arthur Knight' prize for composi
tion, and is a good lecturer in mu
sical tv.pics. :
An interview is possible with
this vouhg American conductor,
through CFN television channels
next Sunday, so Canal Zone resid
ents may get an idea of his per
sonality l
Another attraction in the Tues
day program is baritone Luiscar
los Garcia well-known in local
circles and in many Latin Ameri America
ca America countries. Garcia's studies in
German, English and French mu
sic centers rate him as a top vocal
ist. He possesses excellent diction
in foreign languages, which favor
his performances -in classical and
operatic works.
Garcia arrived last Saturday
from BogoU, aid Wooden is ex expected
pected expected tomorrow. Meanwhile, con conductor
ductor conductor Herbert De Castro and the
Symphony are rehearsing careful carefully
ly carefully to achieve another success.
Reservations are already avail available
able available for orchestra seats, and some
box seats and may be had by call calling
ing calling Panama 2-0258, Department of
Fine Arts.
Justice Elks Lodge
To Observe 30lh
Year On Saturday
Arrangements have been com completed
pleted completed for the celebration of the
30th anniversary of Justice Lodge
No. 832, IBPOEW of La Boca, with
a formal ball and a floor show at
the Club Elks in Panama City on
Saturday night.
With the floor show, comprised
of the tops in local talent, slated
to begin at 10:30 p.m., all mem members
bers members of the lodge, their guests, re representative
presentative representative Elks from other units
and their guests have been invit invited.
ed. invited. The currently prominent orches orchestra
tra orchestra of Harold "Jabao" J a r v 1 s,
known as the "Sonoramica," has
been engaged for the occasion. Ad Admission
mission Admission will be free to all invitees.
Efforts To End
Boston's Paper
Strike Collapse
unsTnv Ana 2i mp nw
efforts to end Boston's 13 day
newspaper strike collapsed today.
RttK eiHoa ,mMil f kar. . '..,
change" in positions so there
would be do point in new talks.
Mint 300 mailers have been on
strike sine Auff a irlline 5 nnn
other workers at Boston's six dal dallies.
lies. dallies. The walkout has left 1.250 ono
families without s daily paper.
LEGAL NOTICE
VNITED STATES Of AMEBICA
Canal Zone
Unites States Dtetrtet Cewt Pec The
District af Too Ceni Zeao
Division of Balboa
Parker O. Stewart. nUtntJff. va. Maria
Erwin Stewart defendant. Summanf
Case No. 4SJ7 Civil Dockot XI Action
lor Divorce.
To the ebOT .named defendant;
Yoa are beretrjr required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-enUtled actkm within ninety dare
after the first publication.
In cam of your failure to so appear
and anewer, Judgment will be taken a.
asms row by default for the relief
demanded tn the eoenpiamt.
WITNESS tno Honorable Guthrie T
Crowe. Judee. Vnitad Statea DKtrict
Court far the District of the Canal ZiK
hi July 23 1S7.
r. V. McCarawck, tt.
Clerk
(SeoK
Rr Sara ae la Trmm
Chief Deputy Oerfe
To Marie Erwin Btewart
The foreentnc ausBtnoao fcs aorved vpnet
you by publication pursuant to the ar ardor
dor ardor mt tha HonoreMe Guthrie T. Crowe
JudC. Untied States DutrK-t Court m
the DMrk-t of the Canal Eone, dated
luly a. IST. and ortered and filed sr
this action ia the off ire of the Oerk of
td United Stie Dwtrw-t Cnurt fm
the DtTWMB of Baihne. an iuty n, 1ST
, C. T. PtrCerwark. Jr.
Oerk
Ft Sara de ta tVaa
Chief Deputy Clerk

Avej. S LOURDES PHARMACY IS2

SERVICE-Avo. Tivoll No. 4 fABMACIA Jufv" faSmACIA
I. Osse Avo. No. 41 FOTO 'DOMt-Josto ;Arwseeno n "tSm Bd,
I Street FARMACIA "SA8"-VU Ports 111 NOVIADES ATHW
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 60 cycle' 8 ft. refri refri-I
I refri-I gerator- Freexer top,' shelvadorj
' Two -years old." Excellent, condi-
' tion.J $150.00. 6-195. V
FOR SALE: Attention Land Landscape
scape Landscape r ; tt 9 mall pinetrees
"Arancarias," pyramidal, arbor-
vitao,i Australian pines, Italian
Cypress all very ornamental and
at bargain prices. Also double
hibiscus of various colors. Va Valencia,
lencia, Valencia, between 4th 5th? streets.; ;,
Las Cumbres. Phone 2293.
t
FOR SALE:- Save money! Buy
Clayco blocks, 4" x 12" x 12".
They are economical, light and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clayco flr Alfareria, S. A.,
Via Espana No. 37-48. Phone
3-0160.
FOR SALE: Engineers drafting
table, two transits and one lev level,
el, level, 2Vi-kw. electric light plant,
radio, ff mm. cine camera and
projector, radip code Inatrograph
and code instruction records, va vacuum
cuum vacuum cleaner, commercial ga garage
rage garage battery charger, Royal type typewriter.
writer. typewriter. Leaving country. No rea reasonable
sonable reasonable offer refused. Phone Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel 333. House 2624-B,
Cocoli.
Aunt Ellen Club
Kid Fashion Show
Set For Saturday
The kiddies fashion show for
which Aunt Ellen Club "has been
conducting rehearsals in scheduler!
for Saturday night in the La Boca
uieater, starting at 8.
Much interest' has been aroused
by this annual event, which will
feature many juvenile models in
school wear, party wear, play
suits and other types of attire.
A program will add lustre to
me snow, underlined by a "rock-n-roll"
exhibition by the little Pat
ana Meiva duo.
Officiating as master of cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies for 4he evening will be
.Da vy Constable.' .r-
14-Vear-Old Girl's
Skull Fractured
While She Sleeps
TAMPA, Fla. (UP)-Perplexed
police tried today to figure how
and why two persons apparently
received fractured skulls while
sleeping.
The second case of its kind was
disclosed Monday. Police said
Hope Leverne Brown, 14, awoke
Saturday morning with a fractured
skull but was unaware of having
been beaten.
The first case occurred last July
23 when Mrs. Neil Keen, 29-year-
l.u .. a
uiu wiie or a private investigator,
awoke in her bedroom With a
fractured skull. Neither did she re recall
call recall an attack.
Officers said the cases are dis disturbingly
turbingly disturbingly similar. Doors and win windows
dows windows in both homes were locked.
The attacks occurred in the same
general neighborhood. Neither of
the victims was molested sexually
and nothing was missing from
either home.
Officers said MissBrown appar
ently was attacked as she slept on
a sofa in the garage apartmentt of
her older sister, Mrs. Faith Hol Hol-ton,
ton, Hol-ton, early Saturday morning.
The girl was awakened by her
mother, Mrs. Doris Jean Wtorthing Wtorthing-ton,
ton, Wtorthing-ton, at 8 a.m. and complained
of a toothache, police said. Her
mother called a doctor when she
saw the girl had two black eyes

"DRANGO" Tells Savage Story

Of Civil War

A alark and ssvsre dram abost the sftertnsth ef
AppomaUx filled with the trnsiona, passions and violence)
ef the period fellewiBt; the end of the Civil War. -DRANGO
is portrayed, with fnry Knd fire by Jeff Chandler ia one
f the SBwst snoTlni; chsrsctcrtsaUons he has ever Per Performed,
formed, Performed, ee-sUrrinr Joanne Drai end Julie Londwat which
OPENS TOMORROW AT THE LUX.

ARKNniAS

La arrajuiiia JiLi
en a. wh.m a ri at. am
Home Articles
FOR SALE: 7 piece mahogany
: sectional livingroom set. Includes
corner table,, coffee table with
" glass top, Good condition.: Will
. sell separately.' Two sets seat -'
covers $75.00,. Phone Ft. Gulick ;.
08-879.
FOR SALE: 60 cycle' 7 Va ft.
Phileo refrigerator, Freexer top,
chiller, crispsr. Excellent condi-'
.- tion.- Gamboa 6-126, Balboa 2-'.
t;2527ifh!iti;i:'a4
FOR SALE Settee, chair, small
tables febed, toaster, refrigora refrigora-tor,
tor, refrigora-tor, lamps, chest of drawers Pe-
ruvian), dining room, table,
Single bed. 3-7456 Panama.
Real Estate
f fanning to retire? Northwest
Arkansas, j T h r a v boedreom
modern home completely fur-
nished. 2Vj acres. Contac Blanks
enships930 N. College Fayette-
ville, Ark.
FOR SALE: New house at Rio
Abajo consist- of large apart-
ment, ground floor conditioned
for store. $15,000 has $16,000
mortage.' Phono, 2-5437 or 3 3-6543.
6543. 3-6543.
R.P. Comptroller
Will Guesf Speak:
Al FGAA Meeting
The Comptroller General of
Panama, 'Roberto Heurtematte, will
address the monthly dinner meet meeting
ing meeting of the Federal Government
Accountants Association of the Can
al Zone next Monday evening.
Heurtematte, a former Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador to 'the United States, has
been active in financial manage
ment for some years, both in priv private
ate private and governmental affairs. His
knowledge of the economy of Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, 'both from the standoomt
of private! irpestor' andbusiaes andbusiaes-man
man andbusiaes-man and from the standpoint of
government official, provides a
rich background for his talk.
' The meeting will be in the air-
conditioned Albrook Officers Club
Aug. 26 starting at 7:30 with the
serving of dinner. A hospitality
nour will start at 7 p.m. with ail
members and guests, invited.
Members, are encouraged to
bring guests to this meeting.. Re Reservations
servations Reservations may be made by phon
ing jncuiuiey at eaiooa ,104., Mem
bers received the details- of the
menu in an announcement mailed
this- week. n
The Federal Government. Ac
countants Association is composed
of federal employes active in the
financial management field. Per Persons
sons Persons in this catpporv emnlnverl hv
the; Armed Forces, Panama Can-
ai American mDassy or other
United States agencies anywhere
on the Isthmus are eligible for
membership jn the Canal Zone
Chapter. ,'
Inquiries regarding membership
are welcomed by T. H. Seott.
chairman of the membership com-
muiee, at uaiDoa Z586. .v..
and. there was blopd on the .sofa.
An evaminnfinn r,vA,1ai
(.iv.n.u a nuu
fracture anrl Nona hnaniral.
- ii uv0.ba.-
jxeu, hi serious condition. ,
Detective Capt. Neil Brown said
an investigation disclosed Miss
Brnwn u. fiu..,.j k., ...
ldentified man hmit-tn v.,.. -m
' vv KMa uiu
when she went to a neighborhood
icjuuuui eariy rnaay evening.
The man, Brown said, tried to pick
up the eirl. but loft that tAcfav-
lant when she telephoned a friend.
fi
i:

WANTED: Cab- drivers with
v Panama and Canal Zona licences. licences.-.
. licences.-. Useless apply without require requirements.
ments. requirements. Micro Taxi. ''

WANTED: Bilingual employee,'
capable of handinf personnel.
Good salary, Micro Taxi 5 to
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 12II..CRISTOBAU CXi
Dogs
,. FOR SALE! Quality golden
- fawn BOXER PUPPIES registered
" A.K.C, For appointment call
Miss Abrego. Tel. 2-1344.
Boy Dachshund wants to meet
girl Dachshund. Object matri matrimony.
mony. matrimony. Please phone Panama 2 2-3783
3783 2-3783 after 6:00 p.m.
WANTED: Embassy Secretary
seek furnished aecommodaton
October to May. Tel 3-1478.
WANTED: Would like to find
work en C Zone for Spanish
. speaking maid, Neak, honest
good worker. Must live in. Mrs
Rowe 2-1644. i
WANTED TO BUYs Immedi Immediately
ately Immediately four burner stove, with
grille en top, glass window on
doors. Calle 3-1815 or 3-76)9.
WANTED: Vacation, ejuartet
ortwo beedroom house. Amer American
ican American couple. Panama 2-5474 or
3-6850. '
Story-Teller
ACRpSS
S 1 Story teller.
64 Scottish cap
69 Heating
t Levenaon
devices
46 City in The
Netherlands
. "down1
I Certain
2 On the ocean
Muddle (coll.)
" 4 He is on the
9 He is -- of
the nation's
areat
humorists
12 Employ
13 New York city
4 Lists
5 Fourth
( 14 Insane
' 15 Legal point
',. 16 Mortgages
t 17 Anger.
i: 18 Artist's frame
Arabian caliph
6 River In
; Scotland
7 John .(Gaelic)
8 Assault
20 Penetrate'
9 Leave out
22 Roy?1 S1 10 Nostril
of Dublin
U German river
iovi.it..
I b.)...
24 Goddess of
; Infatuation
mistake
21 Novel
t comedian ;
28 Organ of
1 hearing
j SOHospiUl, ,-ij
ij ,-ij section ..
i J4 Mongrel ;
35 Entomology
tab.)
j 36 Female rabbit
37 Emmet
38 Hawaiian food
39 Arabian
garment
40 Headstrong
. 42 Abstract being
j 43 Prayer ending
: 44 Rowing
implement
48 Faucet
48 Challenged
51 Brink ";
M Exist
' i St r-apal cape i
'i 60 Entire
61 Narrow Inlet
. 62 More unuaual
63 Aeriform fuel

FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL I1ISI5T
always on CANADA DRY
; "High-Ball wiihoiil Canada Dry
: b Foul-Ball", i

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GLIDDEN PANAMA; S. A.
; Phone Nos.; : ; ; ;
3-7711 3-7712

MANAGER

WANTED : Commercial book.
; keeper, i female, experienced
only, who likes to be kept busy. .
Must type. Permanent person. -,
' U; S. dtisea, ago 25-40. C. Z.
privileges. Ideal working condi
lions in small alreonditioned of

fice. Inventory and stenographic
experience desirable but nones nonessential.
sential. nonessential. Panama 2-2294.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE; Small outboard
speedboat, 'new 10-hp. Evinrude
motor, remote' controls, $425.
Phone 3-2831. t
FOR SALE: Class "A" hydro
"Dracula" a- consistenf winner,
- boat, motor,' trailer, equipment
$175.00. 188 Harding, Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa 6154 f -
.1. lull Hl )H ,) I I II I '.ill
FOR SALE: PHILLIPS TER-
KO marine hardware,' Immediate
' delivery or factory shipments.
up to 50 discount. ABERNA-
THY SPORTING GOODS, ($.' A.
'acrou side street Panama HoteL
Phone 3-6895, It
FOR SALE: Mutt make space
for new Fiber-glass boats. Ar Arriving
riving Arriving soon. All used : boats,
motors and trailers greatly reduc reduced.
ed. reduced. ABERNATHY SPORTING
GOODS, S." A, across side street
Panama Hotel. Phono 3-6895.
Lesson
DORESI WAITES School of
Dancing reopening September
5th. Registration August 20th-21st-22nd,
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Knfghts of, Columbus Hall. Resi Residence
dence Residence phone 2-2363.
i Llona Sears Studio of Dancing,
at side of Hotel Panama. Clasa Clasa-.
. Clasa-. as for women in Exercises for
' Slimming and Posture in Modern
Danes for body control and grace
of movement. Please telephone
Panama 3-0327 for further in information.
formation. information.

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45 Idolize
47 Asseverates
48 Short barb
4OperaUc sole
SO Measure of J
. paper,.
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24 Sketcher
25Cicatrix
28 Food fish
27 Crafta
29 Presently i
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Tests
see; Mootbeats. rage
The
Judge's Bench
AN INDEPENDENT .HE DAILY NEWSPAPER:
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!tFRTiNfl THFIR "RIGHTS As they preparea 10 move
: ffihe newif purchased home in Levlttown, Pa., WUliam
4 iVwi-s Tr renter and his wife ignore threats from neighbors.
I K ''iffig Wbyto William Myers Their
i three children remained with the grandparents to wait out
- Etorm that has been raging over the prospect of Negroes
7, moving into the community.
Lone Negro Family In Levittown
Subject Of Increasing Bitterness

ported things were quiet with no
crowd. The force was expected to
be reinforced to some 50 men to tonight
night tonight to cope with expected
crowds.
Myers, a $5,000 a year Trenton,
N.J., refrigeration firm employe,
moved his family back into the
house yesterday after spending a
week ;'. his father's home in
York, Pa.
The move touched off another
demonstration which was ended
only after state police Lt. M. D.
Wicker warned over a loudspeak

er, "Somebody threw a stone at
one of my troopers, I will give you
just ten minutes to disperse and
go to your homes."

When the deadline arrived,

Wicker sent the club swinging
troopers into the crowd, forcing it

about two blocks away from the
Myers' home.

Donald Walker, 34, of Levittown,

-A b; Soviet cruiser and destrov- one of those injured, was arrested

er ra-td north out of the Baltic! by police and fined $10 and costs

i LEVITTWN, Pa., Aug. 21 (UP)
..-Tension mounted in this previ previously
ously previously all-white community today
''as police anticipated another mass
demonstration arouBd the home of

2Jegro William Myers Jr.
t Three persons were injured last
Tiight- as club-swinging state po policemen
licemen policemen dispersed the crowd of
jmofl than 350 persons, the seventh
.demonstration since last Tuesday
twhen the Myers home was placed
"under police guard.
A token guard of 10 to 12 po po-Jicemen
Jicemen po-Jicemen was around the Myers
ranch type home today and re-

Soviet Warships
Race By Denmark

COPENHAGEN, Aug. 21 (UP)

Four cases of vagrancy involV'

ing Panamanians were heard this
morning in Balboa Magistrate's

Court.

Three of the defendants were

found guilty and fined $25 each.
The fourth, a 15-year-old Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was found not guilty.
Agustin Tejada, 36, and Ramon
Vargas, 20, whose cases were
heard together, were found guilty

as a result of being louna in a
chiva on the K-6 road oh the West
Bank at 3:45 a.m. Tuesday with without
out without having any legitimate busi busi-n6ss
n6ss busi-n6ss there.
In addition to the $25 fine, both

hre scheduled to appear Friday

for a hearine on a charge of pet

tv larrenv involving the theft of

800 feet of galvanized pipe from
a fence on the K-9 road on the
same morning.
The third defendant to be found
guilty oi vagrancy this morning
is Enrique Zapata, 18, who just
got out Of the Canal Zone jail two
weeks ago after serving a 30-day
sentence for intoxication.
Zap-Ua Wiis arrested along with
Ariel P.odriguez, 15, last night by
a Canal Zone detective who had
observed them acting suspiciously
on Balboa Hoad and in the Gavi Gavi-lan
lan Gavi-lan area.
Rodriguez who testified that he
had been invited to go to Chorre Chorre-ra
ra Chorre-ra by Zapata, even though neith neither
er neither of them had any money, was
found not guilty after the judge
heard his testimony and felt that
he was telling the truth and prob probably
ably probably had been duped by the older
boy.

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past 'Jenmark today en route to
: thf Mediterranean.

The Danish naval command i

after pleading guilty to disorderly
conduct charges.

The 34-year-old Myers, his wife,

dentified the vesse's. as the cruis-iDaisy, 32, and their three children,

er Mikhail Kutozov and the des- originally entered the house last

Senafe Passes Bill
Authorizing Transfer
Oi Land To Panama
WASHINGTON, Aug. 21 (UP)
The Senate last night passed and
sent to the White House a bill to
implement the United States-Pana-,
ma Treaty by authorizing the
transfer of certain lands to the
Republic of Panama,
t
Thp vote on a conference report

which presented a compromise be

tween House and Senate versions
of the bill was unanimous, and fol followed
lowed followed by several hours a similar similarly
ly similarly unanimous House action.
Thea final version of the bill
contained no provision for methods
of financing the increased annui annuities
ties annuities to the Republic of Panama.
House members felt the issue,
should be postponed at least until

next year for further study, and

troyer Bezukorisnennyj.

Radio Moscow yesterday an announced
nounced announced that these two ships
were en route to the Mediterra

nean to "pay a courtesy visit tojtime and the family was escorted

Albania. trom the home by police

Tuesday, prompting a series of Senate members finally agreed

disturbances which resulted in the
arrest of about six persons. The
windows were smashed at that

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MEMPHIS, Tenn., Aug. 21 (UP)
Police took up today where El Elvis
vis Elvis Presley left off in a chase of
a gang of teen-agers who made
off wilh lawn furniture from the
rock V roll singer's new South Southern
ern Southern style mansion last night.
Presley, in his continental auto automobile,
mobile, automobile, corralled the culprits and
recovered the furniture near the
outskirts of Memphis after a brief
chase. He let them go after jot jot-tipg
tipg jot-tipg down, their license number,
but his father, Vernon Presley,
said today he would prosecute.
Sheriffs deputies said the six or
seven teen-agers slipped into the
singer's estate and were leaving
with some lawn chairs when they
awakened his uncle, Travis Smith.
Smith notified Presley, Avho
jumped Into his car and roared
after tl em. Near the city limits,
he caught up with them and forced
them to the side of the road. The
boys began crying, Presley said,
and he let them go.

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HERE'S HER PROOF Actress
Maureen O'Hara has denied
she played a love scene to the
balcony of a Hollywood movie
theater, as claimed during the
Confidential Magazine trial.
She claims she has a stamped
passport to prove she was mak making
ing making a film in Europe at the
time, and this photo was made
of her in London almost four
years ago, after she had re returned
turned returned from spain but during
the time the magazine claimed
she was In Hollywood.
.
Lawyer Defends

Tale Of Sinatra
Love Technique
HOLLYWOOD (UP) An attor

ney for Confidential magazine tes

tified today tnai siones on rnnne
Sinatra's love-making technique
and Robert Mitchum's nude romp
at a party wece "not even border borderline
line borderline obscenity."
Daniel J. Ross, New York at attorney
torney attorney for the scandal magazine,
told the court on cross-examination
that he believed none of the
stories he tpproved for Confiden Confidential
tial Confidential were obscene or libelous.
Confidential and its sister publi publication,
cation, publication, Whisper, are on trial for
criminal libel and conspiracy to
print obscenity,
He drew titter from the press
and spectators when he described
as "verv humorous" the story on

Sinatra's alleged romancing in his
Palm Springs cottage between
bowls of Wheaties.
Names in stories he listed as
approving of for legality before
publication included John Carroll,
Alan Dale, Eddie Fisher, Corrine
Calvet and for the first time
mentioned in the trial Elvis Pres Presley.
ley. Presley. I
"Some of these stories were not
particularly complimentary to the
individuals," Ross said, provoking
another peal of laughter in the
courtroom.
Court opening was delayed half
an hour this morning as attorneys
wrestled over some undisclosed
legal point before superior Judge
Herbert V. Walker.
Just before court reconvened,
the prosecution jubilantly claimed
it had "trapped" the Confidential
defense attorneys into picturing

actress Maureen O'Hara in the
arms of a lover when actually she
was 6,000 miles away.
Defense attorney challenged the
prosecution to call Miss, O'Hara
and have her testify under oath
where she was when the magazine
said she was cuddling in the arms
of a "Latin Lover" in a Hollywood
movie theater.
He also demanded to see the
"proof" of her whereabouts the
passport the Irish born actress
showed the press yesterday.- It
bore customs office stamps put putting
ting putting her in Europe ovr the period
when the defense says she was
petting in Grauman's Chinese Theater.

Boston Philharmonic Tours
Latin America
The Boito.n philharmonic
symphony orchestra is making
a six-week Latin American tour
to play concerts in a score of
countries in the Caribbean,
South America and Middle A A-mTiea.
mTiea. A-mTiea. The 26 TJ.S. musicians left
by Pan American World Air Airways
ways Airways for Kingston, Jamaica on
Monday (Aug. 19, then con continue
tinue continue to the Netherland West;
Indies. Venezuela, Trinidad,
Brazil and Argentina.
From Buenos Aires, the or orchestra
chestra orchestra continues to Chile. Pe Pern.
rn. Pern. Ecuador, Colombia. Panama, i
Costa Rica, Honduras, Guate Guatemala,
mala, Guatemala, and Mexico.

Let the people know the truth and the country it Abraham Lincoln

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PANAMA, R. P.," WEDNESDAY. AUGUST tl, .J957

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Ho Hubby In Sight

As Meg Celebrates
Her 27lh Birthday

. LONDON, Aug. 21 (UP) ,-Prin-cess
Margaret will celebrate her
27th birthday tomorrow amid

press speculation that she may be
heading for spinsterhood.
For the first time the match matchmakers
makers matchmakers arc not seizing on the
birthday, occasion to put forward a
candidate lor husband.
"Will the princess ever get mar married
ried married or hit she decided to re remain
main remain singlee" asked the London
"Star."
Citiis Princess Patricia
It was one of the first times a
national newspaper had hinted at
spinsterhood for the princess. But
it pointed out that Princess Patri Patricia
cia Patricia of Connaught who also lived
at Clarence House Margaret's

London residence did not marry j

until she was 33.

The princess apparently is not
in love with any of her most fre frequent
quent frequent escorts Billy Wallace Neph

ew or American writer Herbert
Agar, and eligible landowners
Tom Egeiton and Christopher

Lioya. 1

Hoffa Admits Borrowing Union
Funds Totalling $120,000

In fact, she does not seem to
be interested particularly in any

one. Her close friends say she has
recovered from her blighted love

for Peter Townsend, whose ro

mance with her ended spectacular spectacularly
ly spectacularly in October, 1956, when she re renounced
nounced renounced him out of duty to church
and crown.
Gathering At Balmoral
Margaret's birthday will be cel celebrated
ebrated celebrated with the traditional fam family
ily family ga hering at Balmoral Castle.
The princess will go on a fam family
ily family picnic on the moors, weather
permitting. Prince Charles and
Princess Arne may join their aunt
for an open-air tea party later.
In the evening there will be a
formal dinner party, followed by
a dance in the castle's huge oak oak-paneled
paneled oak-paneled ballroom.
In the past, a' number of eligible
bachelors from Margaret's circle
have been among the specially in invited
vited invited friends who join with mem members
bers members of the royal family in the;
evening festivities.

WASHINGTON, Aug. 21(UP) 21(UP)-James
James 21(UP)-James R. Hoffa, prospective pres

ident of the Teamsters Union, tes

tified today he had borrowed

about $120,000 since 1952, mclud

ing interest-free loans from union

funds, other Teamster officials

and businessmen.
i

The stocky labor leader told the

Senate Rackets Committee he still

owed "around about ?70,ooo" Dut
had repaid the approximately
$21,000 that he borowed from his

home town union local in Detroit.

Much of the money, Hoffa said,

was Dorowed witnout notes or
collateral and some of it was used

for purposes he could not remem

ber.
Questioned on Finances

Hoffa, the vice president and Mid

western boss of the Teamsters,
spent the first day of his long long-awaited
awaited long-awaited aDnearance before the

'Kissing' Burglar
Blames Pressures
For Looting Spree
PATFRSDN N .T Autf! 21 (UPV

A 19-year-old "kissing burglar"

blamed "pressures tor nis kiss-snH-prime
snree todav in plead

ing guilty to seven counts of break

ing and entering witn lmeni 10
commit battery.

Pasaic county Judge Donald G.

Collester ordered Stephen Ger Ger-gich
gich Ger-gich held for sentencing Sep. 27.
Arrest of Gergich, a rangy,
wavy haired youth,, last month
ended a series of burglaries sealed
with a kiss which had housewives

edgy and police on the run.
Trademark of the burglar was
a sudden buss which awakened
startled women at the end of each
nocturnal looting expedition. His

victims ranged in age from 13 to
80.

"Pressures built up inside me
and kissing and touching these
women was the only way to re

lieve them," Gergich said, "it was

something I had. to do.

committee answering questions- a-

bout his finances.
The committee did not delve
immediately into the spectacular
charges that he enlisted the aid
of racketeer Johnny Dio in an at attempt
tempt attempt to extend his union control
to the New York area.
Hoffa, dapper in a brown suit,
answered most questions freely,
including those about a Company
which made $125,000 leasing
equipment to a trucking firm with

labor troubles.

It turned out thatHoffa's wife
was co-owner of the company and

the wife of Bert Brennan, one of

nis teamster asociaies, was her
partner.
Hoffa, who now aspires to suc

ceed Dave Beck as president of

uie nation s largest union, rejec rejected
ted rejected suggestions that there was
anything improper in having busi business
ness business relations with companies
with which he also had contracts

as a union leader

Admits 17 Arrests
Nor was he perturbed by ques

tions about his police record and
the background of his associates.

He readily admitted having been

arested some 17 times and con'

victed at least three times on va

rious charges.

Asked how htr managed to bor

row so much money without notes,
collateral or interest, Hoffa said

that "All these fellows happen to

be very good friends of mine" and

became "highly indignant when I

raised the question of notes."

Committee counsel Robert Ft.

Kennedy commented that some of

Hoffa I creditors haa jong crimi

nal records and proceeded to give

the details. i. "1

You can't embarass me,

Bob," Hoffa lemarked. "Go

ahead."

Besides Dorrowing about $21,000

from Local 229, Hoffa said he bor

rowed a similar amount from the

local.

Repaid With Interest

He said the $25,000 had been
repaid to the local with interest,
but that he had repaid only $7,000 1
or $8,000 to Mark. '. 1

Hoffa said he invested another
t25.(Vtfl hnrnwod frnfti rooltn

I Henry Lower, into bonds of the

rruenaui xraiier- corp. This com company
pany company figured in previous hearings
as borrowing money from tb
Teamster union and then holnino

Beck get a personal loan.

Hoffa 'said the union was a
Hoffa said the union uin

"sponsor", of Lower's "Sun Val Valley"
ley" Valley" real estate promotion near
Orlando, Fla.. He had an option
to buy an interest in the develop

ment put naa not none so, he said.

T

Tony,l To Open
Branch In Colon
(PA-C) A branch of Tony's
Beauty salon Is to be opened
shortly on Front Street at 8th
Street,; in the Astor Hotel. The
ladies of Colon will then be able
to enjoy the same beauty care

ana strung as ao tne laaies oi
Panama in Tony's capital city

salon.

Weatlier Or Notj
This weather report for the
24 hours ending S a.m. today,
Is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographlc
Branch of the Panama Canal

Company;

Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High ......... 88 88
. Low 76 78
HUMIDITY t
High 85 90
Low 70 7

WIND:
(max. mph) NW-11
RAIN (inches) 0

WATER TEMP-r

(inner harbors) 83

NE-19 r
.85

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