The Panama American

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

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

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University of Florida
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MAS

AFBdse Commanders
WiURule

WASHINGTON Aug. Z (UP).' -, Air Force
spokesmen said today base" commanders 'will decide
" on how to reduce the number of, civilians employed
there in order to meet the, five per cent payroll cut
order by Oct. ZU K -" ;
. j The spokesman said the Air Force hasvissued
'no orders for specific manpower, cuts at any. of its
bases.,: ;v 'J $ 1 ,, tfc 1 ..,
. "You-can "fire, one -vice-president, or ten In
' dians," he said.1
" Only the Navy,1 so far, has listed the specific
number of civilians to be dropped at its bases.
- Army spokesmen said, they did not know wheth whether
er whether that service would follow Air Force or Navy meth methods.
ods. methods. They s aid they expected the Army to issue a
formal statement, shortly.

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THE PULSE k
OF PANAMA

LOVE-SEX-BUSINESS SNARL

IS AIRED IN ANCON COURT

v. RICH IMPORTS were being
seriously considered today by
the Institute for Economic De Development
velopment Development (IFE) in view of the
present rice shortage.
Panama's rice crops have been
seriously affected by drought
Hiirlntr tha Ibkt- fair mnntln

M...... VV w I' .

However, some harvesting ha The committeestaff began' an

uucauy ucsaii attuiumj lu m-.immeaiaie investigation or evl

Spy Hunt For Americans
On Soviet Payroll Opens

, WASHINGTON, Aug." 22- (UP)

-t-ne nouse committee on un.

American Activities today open'
ed a national sdv hunt for Amer.

leans who may. be in the emDlov

oi me wussian secret service.

' An "engaging '' two-year-old

red-haired bov with a widows

i vpnir ifint Hk. his mother's gal

' loped around Ancon courthouse

this morning musing mw
with everybody., J
Inside, Tudge Guthrie F.
; ; r.nvvm wan eariner vounsr Bar

ents recount the second episode

'Since her release from "the
hospital, the divorcee has been
given hospice in ., Curundu by

Mrs. Mason, who also paid part

oi ner nospnai diu. ine girl saia
she is estranged from her moth

er and other relatives; She took

reruge with Mrs. Mason. "Be

cause; Sgt. Mason threatened me

formation received by the Insti Institute.

, A real crisis is expected to oc

cur after Sept. "4 when the IFE's

rice supply will be exhausted. If

the harvestmir rice growers or

Hhe mills hold out on the IFE

with nresent harvests in an er

fort to get higher prices from

rice-hungry housewives.

of a series of-lOve-sex-buslnessjand said If I came here to tea

V

annrln

; : End -purpose of the airing was
to r determine which parent
mniiM hnvB custodv "of yOuna

nvid Michelle Mason,-the un

of 1st." Set,. Donald L. Mason- of

the IAGS, and Mrs. Jean E-Mf-son,.a
resident of CurundurBoth
are Americans. ; 'p
Mason who Jives at Ft. Clay Clay-tnn
tnn Clay-tnn Js in business in Pan

ama.. His partner, la Master1 Sgt

w. C.Reed of wne myiwi

03 Headquarters vo,

Police have reported the cap

ture of a i9-year-oloyouth from

the province ,or- cmriqui.wno
had been stealing Shoes and

school books from Panama city
children over a period of several

months.

Sheridan, fr, w

(. Variour -fwftn'esses told th

k !-, k. '-coum inai mason nad Alt tn

Both men are in wie jpiuwajf., lim b. y In the head.' and

- of getting ,f'naL Oivorces. Anuj..that boHJnaww-and,,. Jatne

tiiy j would una myself in a

ditch with -Miniiefh. ninf. nf 1U

quor down: my throat, and he1ttalez could ,,not remember

jenow now to aestroy me.

"The Issue' before the court to today
day today was a motion to amend an
interlocutory ? divorce granted
July 12 in which Sgt. Mason was
given custody of David Michelle.
The motion was made on : hr

Dehalf by, attorney William -iJ

Detectives said Antonio Gon

the

exact humber 6f shoes, he had

sfcnlen from school kids, but he

estimated it at around 30 pairs,

which he sold, for $2 or S3 each.

-f hntht-the couit wa-S"Wici,weie

.'enamored, a recently-divorced
i'i Panamanian mother, who-, had

- n abortion early this month

wtlWeak and thin after, recover-

20-vear-old girl couia naraiy

v Snake herself heard on the
Stand. But she told the. court

f that Sgt-Mason was the cause
:iof her, pregnancy, and that he
?' had struck her a heavy blow in

- the abdomen curing a w""
- Reed at her Panama apartment.
The National Guard had been
called to the scene.
Reed also, testified that Ma Ma-'
' Ma-' son told him "It's my child." : ;

; Mason, however,, aeiueu wioi,
"he had had any. sexual relations
with the Panamanian girl, who

was a iormer empiuye v
" aportiiig goods store .and. later

T.

Shan, the thlJd'-Stentra'hd-'

: miner (mason's father in law
: by, his second marriage ) bad
hit the little boy, shouted at
t him, and spanked him.
Judge Crowe said,, however,
that none of the testimony con

vinced l -him the child was ml-' damage to the cocktail lounge.

' Detective Jorge Ceriteno, chief

of the security office .on tne
Panama Secret police, has beea
indefinitely suspended from thjfe
force and ordered to? pay danj danj-airfii'
airfii' danj-airfii' to the owner : of a water-

j front nocktall fcunge in yihteh

na Jaa 4ignfc, asjMrfmwyt

nlghe.
Centeno was said to have been
the main oartlcipant in a fight

in which a nollce lieutenant was

innocently involved. He is said

to have caused considerable

dence alleged to- show that

number'? of Americans have been

and may still be' Soviet agents

committee Chairman' Francis
E. Walter- (D-Pa.) said irt Issu

ing orders for the investigation

last night; that it would follow

the "diverse 'avenues of soviet
espionage operations divulged"

oy tne sworn testimony pf fBl

counter-spy Boris Morros.
Morros pretended to actas

spy tor'' Russia while v actually

serving as a counter-spy for the
FBI. He testified recently before

investigators or the un-Amerl
can Activities group. t. t.

'Wlha .AmlH.J l... ..II ii..

v; bviuxiucice ijaa oaiu lviur-

ros named Martha Dodd Stern
and her husband Alfred K. Stern

as having been part of th so

Viet seplonage apparatus in this

country, r

r Stern has denied this ifrom

Prague. The Sterns 'were report

ed to have become Paraguayan

citizens. fc i

Walter said lllorroa also testW

Mm ... - I

ilea that jane; Foster Zlatovski,
while1- an employe in the Office

of strategic Services in Wash-

lngtmn, turned' over -confldefl

4

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(NEA Telephoto)
FLEES Mrs, Martha Dodd
Stern, daughter of the late
William' E. -Dodd, 'former U.S.
Ambassador to Germany, has
flown behind the Iron Curtain
with her husband, Alfred, ajnd

;son,: Robert, lt, according" to

reports nr New York. United
states officials want the Strens
S.fc J.- .

j-or queauuinne; in connection
'f. with Soviet espionage.

tlal information to Dmitri Man-

uilisky, then a Soviet delegate to

uie united fJauons."

R.P. Citizen
' 'r .'' ' . f' :

Treaty Boons

Bogged Dicky

' WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 (UP)
Congressional anDroval of

funds to begin an initial study
of blueprints for 'a bridge to
span the Panama Canal has

helped implement the 1955 trea treaty
ty treaty between the tw6 nations,
Panamanian Ambassador Ricar Ricar-do
do Ricar-do Arias said todav.

He said that even though the
House yesterday reduced by
$250,000 the one million dollars

requested by the administra administration,
tion, administration, the money would be suffi sufficient
cient sufficient to start the project.
At the same time the Ambas Ambas-sdaor
sdaor Ambas-sdaor said he was gratified with
unanimous' Senate-Housa artton

on legislation authorizing the
transfer of certain lands fmm

the Canal Zone to Panama.
He said he doubted

acuon win oe taken on a

tnira point envisaged in the
treaty, extending civil service

pensions and other benefits to
Panamanian citizens working
for the Canal Company.
That legislation is bogged
down in ttje House Post Office
and Civil Service committer nH

it is expected that a subcommit

tee win be sent- to Panama in
November fop new studv of

tne wage situation.

k i m a it s

Nuclear Test
. : J ," .. .1

Truce Is Big
US. Gamble

LONDON, Aug. 22 fUPl

overruled Defense advisers and fhe order wthirn nllltt

in offering Russia a two-year nuclear test truce, author,
irative sources disclosed today, j
They, said the conditional offer, marie vifrfnw t

the London, disarmament conference, amounts to a cal calculated
culated calculated American gamble to determine if there is am
hope at all of a first step toward disarmament.
The stakes are hiah -J- two full venn f tk Wt.,

HIITaMU. M JiiMkIha mm. U m. I I -v

iuvicui uurumuue pur aqgmsr rne none thof Knee t

means business in the arms cut talk. ,

!TfIroof Again P.X..

K.anai mCOim zcnooi ivas ivovurgj-iyrjujpcci

. f i t maim' 4
Get Bus Transport For Free

. M . I. '.

l,iU!J,vuu vornerj
to Gel Pay Hike

in m m m mrm. m m

. 'VASHINGTOK, Aug, 22 (UP) (UP)-"hft
"hft (UP)-"hft cost of living rose to an U U-itne
itne U-itne high in July, the Bureau of
.abor StatisUcs reported today.
This- was the 11th consecuUve
nonthly increase.- v v
I t, kiirriu aid luDstaaual ad-

f'ances in food prices and in the
'other goods, and aervices" 1 group
Wre the principal causea 'of the
Hse. All major groups -except
nd aooirel advanced. :-

Food nrices rose 1 per cent dur

In? the. month, reaching a new
n-tlme high. Food prices now are
leven-tenthi of 1 per ent above
ibe previous record peak of Aug-

t?t, 195Z, ana, a. per ceoi uu
ie level a year igo. , -Tthe
living tost increase means
fnt about 1,300,000 workers under
ihor contract containing escala

tor clauses will get wages increas

es ranging from one cent to six
tent an hour. These increases
Ire tsd on the cost of living
index. The bureau said the bulk
if the worker will get increases
it about three ents an hour. j

AYaee increases will go to work
fr in th automobile industry,
jirm equipment, electrical appli-i-ccs
.-particularly Westjnghouse

Hocal transit, metal work and

rveking, the bureau said.
Some of the Increase are based

fa quarterly adjustments and some

la six-month adjustments.

In ruling that the HttU bov

remain Jn his father's custody,
the Judge also said that the tes

timony as to the number of ad

mirers the Panamanian girl had

iiu aunng me past lew montns

was sucn mat some of her state statements
ments statements were not too credible.
Set, Reed, who is a neitrhhor

of Mason's at Clayton, told the

court, he had changed his mind
since he .testified during .di .divorce
vorce .divorce proceedings that he con considered
sidered considered Set. Mason a suitable

father for the child. ,

Keed also said it seemed to

nim "Someone was being mistreated.:'-1
, :,. 'sf'-
He said be first took a per-,
sonal Interest jn the Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian irl after his own
ne-year-old daughter be- i
came fond of her, He added
that he has given her an en en-gagament
gagament en-gagament : ring and .plans to
many-her when his own di di-.
. di-. vorce becomes final. r t:,
The doctor who attended th

Panamanian girl -when Reed
took her to the hospital with a
105-degree temperature, said he

saw no evidence of a blow nn

ner aoaomen. .7

Mrs.. Mason and the Pana

manian girl had not known each
other until shortly before the
girt was released from the: hos

pital The girl told the court to

Artificial Life
Creation Claim

r.lade By Indian
AAOSCOW, Aug.' 22. (UP) An
Indian scientist said today ha
'has succeeded in artificially
creating life.
' Layji Bhai Patal cabled his
announcement to the Origins ef
Life Conference here from Jan Jan-agabh,
agabh, Jan-agabh, India.';;'-!! '..ft t' ':'" :'; 'A
' "Life under laboratory eondl eondl-Hons
Hons eondl-Hons treated.. Initial Suceei.
Farther experiments en hand,"
the cable said. V--: -''-S'.r.'
The International gathering ef
distinguished scientists here ac accepted
cepted accepted the message with great
Interest tempered by scepticism.'
One ef the meetings chief erga
nixers told newsmen that Soviet
scientists are f'very close" te
artificial creation of life. f
Twe University of California
scientists else predicted creation
of living molecules test tubes
soon would take place. r :.

Bulgy Obliges J
k'MOUR. Australia, Aug.'v
B7 A. .11 A A

dar that vhm I- wr; in answer 10 a rener vo me
thl hotniUl t !VKmUn,7ll-yew-old fetcr Maher
t. Wff A S h!r received 10 Russian stamps sent

ZLJ2ZE?m nc by courtesy -of Soviet, Premier

-1 I Th f!ftmmift nf Vouth Orffan.

bout Mrs. Mason.

Th. . me

thm iteSZTS 1B ms,12 Nations in Russia sent the stamps
Thi fo,,,m- u, 'JetP-.to Bulganin.
mJ1ntU.??iiU!t V Peter said he ,. .happy- to

ZZTZSk r:.J'A,,i"-irv we lt"D for hm collec

in ' "."sanKytion. but was surprised "I wrote

mi ecu uie Ma so

maia ia 0!i a rood toh

iwnmg ner me mtie boy,

Free bus transportation Is be

ing provided for canal zona

school children for the. flrtt

time this year. In all. apnroxl-

matelv 610 bova and rirls. whb

either live in districts where

there are no aonropriate cchool

facilities or whose homes are a
considerable -distance' from the

schools they attend,- will be pro
vided with the bus transports
tlon. s:'.Kf :- v' ':

Tickets will Jiot be sold; they
will be Issued for the free
transportation. School officials
stated that the tickets will be
good only for the route for

which tber are" Issued. Junior

High School students, for : in instance,.,
stance,., instance,., who live In Gamboa
will be riven tickets good for
the Gamboa-Balboa run. They
will not be able to use these
tickets for a trip between Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Los Bios. ;,:UA(V
Student for whom free trans

portation will be provided are:

Kindergarten children- resid

ing in Old Cristobal, the DeLea-

seps area, ? colon Beach, New

Cristobal,- Ancon, Balboa

Heights, Balboa and Los Rlos,

Pupils In grades 1-8 residing?

in 01a uristobai; in ixs Rlos;
Sosa Place and San Juan' Place
in Ancon ; the Old Corral area
in Ancon. outside of the Ancon

School' district: and on Amador

Koaa irom the guard gate to and

including nouse 0830. : ;
Students of trades 7-12 re

siding in Old Cristobal; in Mar-j

gania. uaiun, urazos Heignts,

oamboa, los Rlos. Diablo

Heights. Amador Road in Balboa

(House 0930 to the guard gate),
and -Ancon, including Sosa

Place, San Juan place, and the

Old Corral area. .-. v
- Only twe bus runs will be

made at noon; these are from
Baltfoa te Los Rlos and Bai-

can b provided 1, only from
home te school in the morn morning
ing morning and from school to home
in ithe afternoon on the other
routes..-1
Student lunches will again be
available at the Balboa Service
Center (upstairs) and also" in
the cafeteria, or students may
bring their owr lunches from
home and eat them in the
school lunchrooms. The crlsto crlsto-bal
bal crlsto-bal High School cafeteria -will

also jbe .Operating this year- for

Ruled Insufficient

In authorizing the drastic con

cession to Russia, Eisenhower sid sided,
ed, sided, with. U.S. disarmament dele delegate
gate delegate Harold Stassen against top
Defense Department and Atomic
Energy Commission advisers.
They haa publicly warned that
ven- the ok. Western offer of 10
months might disperse the U.S.
nuclear wiipons team. They told

k,the President that continued test

ing might perfect an almost to

tallarslean;H.om

Political sources here said th
two-year proposal represented t
victory for Stassen. nvi nhfotiitK

of the U.S. Defense Trurtm.,.

and the British and- TrMch-

ernments. v ..-' k', ,";?
But' Zorin ilirl n( ..

pleased. ivTOT-T "

"Unfortunately, the offer sttf
does nojt eliminate conditions, M hi
said. He added that 'th -tt n

frj.'er had fmade quitg elea
it nods conditions iirr.isTrfoM

ti tt j.-L rtTT r

Failure of proof was the finding

nanaea down m U.S. Oistrict Court
yesterday in a burglary charge a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Joseph B. Worrell, 38, Pa Panamanian.
namanian. Panamanian. Judge Guthrie F. Crowe ruled
that the evidence given by 16

government witnesses was not suf sufficient
ficient sufficient to convict Worrell of hav having
ing having burglarized the Navy exchange

at Kouman on May Z5.

Merchandise valued at $5,000

was stolen during the burslary.

i'art of it was recovered.

Worrell was represented by Pub

.'WFfTW" disarmament oarlr.

il18 nw Western proposal callet

.IS n lituatioa aft

Atlantic side students. It will be lic Defender William J. Sheridan,

an activity ,01 the Service Cen Center
ter Center Branch.

Syrfa Jumps On Ike

For Remarks Made

Af Press Conference

'ommunist Partv lender Nikit1

f J Khrushchev, care f the Kremlin, (. boa Diablo Heights, Due te
inot Bulganin," he explained. : ... limited funds, transportation

, DAltASCUS, Aug. 52 (UP)-Tbe
Syrian government's Secretary
General for Foreign Affairs sharp sharply
ly sharply criticized President' Eisenhower
today for "spreading false infor information",
mation", information", -about Syria' and failing

to understand the Middle .Eastern

situation. .'. j '.,-.

In a comment en the Presidents

remarks on Syria at his Dress con

ference in Washington yesterday,
Seeretarr General for Foreign Af

fairs Saleh xarrazzt told foreign

newsmen tnst nis country's foreign
policy has "not changed and not

shifted." v.--'- j

Br a nolicv of non alienment.

he said, Syria means "Non align alignment
ment alignment with any big power 'against

any otner big power."
He- said Western opinions on the
recent developments in Syria were
"very wrong" and "not accept acceptable"
able" acceptable" to this country.
Any meeting of the fiaebdad

pact powers to consider the Sy

rian situation, be said, will be an

-uninenaiy act."

Jr.

.Much of the testimony a

gaiqst Worrell was in connection
with the sale of the stolen proper

ty by persons who indicated they
had themselves been involved in
handing the "hot" merchandise.
Sheridan pointed out to the court
that on? witness, Worrell's former
mistress, admitted under oath that
sheus now his enemy. Another wit witness
ness witness is her son; and a third is a
Panama stool-pigeon.

Fe

Seek Out Culture

OfCom

Described By S

Over 450 Persons

Inoculated Against

Polio Yesterday

. More than 450 persons, including

anul's and children were inoculat inoculated
ed inoculated against poliomyelitis yesterday
in a station set up for the day in
the rotunda of the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.

Although the inoculation station

was established for the express

purpose of. administering the sec second
ond second injection in the series of three

necessary far complete immunize

tion. a total of 80 out of the 45T

were' firt inoculations.

A similar station was set up In

the first aid station of the Indus

trial area in Cristobal this morning

1st S:30 a.m.r

Plans nave been made to admi

nister the second injection to the

employes in pus area on Sept. 26.

stop nuoleat tests 'for, two years

if Russia would agree to accept

the rest of a iirst-step disarm a

Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister

valerian Zorin bitterly attacked

the proposal because of "condi

tions'.' attached. But he said he

would study it.

President Eisenhower said Rus

sian acceptance would be "a ma

jor itep toWard reaching a sound

and safeguarded first arms con

trol agreement."

Up to now the Western mem

bers of the U.N. disarmament sub

committeethe United States,
Britain, France and Canada had
insisted any agreement on halting

nuclear tests be limited to 10

months.

Even this period bad come

under fire in the West from ex

perts who warned it would hamper
defense preparations. It was an

earlier concession to Russian de demands
mands demands for a long unconditional

halt to nuclear tests.

Yesterday, French delegate Jules

Moch presented the new Western

proposal for a two-year suspension
in an obvious attempt to make

a major breakthrough in the ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations which have dragged on

for five months.

The latest proposal, hammered
into shape in six days Of top-secret
negotiations, called for suspension
of nuclear tests for two years
and possibly longer on these
conditions:
That prozress is made in the

first year on inspection measures

to guarantee the cessation of test'

ture production of nuclear weap

ons.

That the Soviet Union accepts
the other key points of a first-step
agreement open skies and ground
inspection, cuts in military man

power and reduction of conven

tional arms.

two years 'sailor a decision te b.
taken then whetaer to extend Uk

Hooper Procedure

Used In Saving Tot

From Well Shaft

BIQ RIVER, Sask.,

jurj volunteers, using th,

MINNEAPOLIS Minn., Aug. 22, Simons said It -might have
(UP An Air Force physician been shattering" If his radie
who spent more than a day sail- communications te earth had
ing some 19 miles above earth failed during the flight,
said one of his most striking 1m- The space adventurer said'.he
pressions waa the feelinr nr. font- ntt hi. mhnr... 1

loneliness in an "unfriendly times and the "silence was like
realm. -. , nntwt. .....

e ... u. ounuiu, 33. was absoiutlv alienee" i
,oor pnsoe said yesterday Uut looking fre.h and relaxed after : Simons told 1 of a?ghts at that'

M .Z .v. w-i-uui ii(tu 10 me nm Of nelefit "SO beautiful that I hard.1 arive th. hnH,m

rauraunff inm vi iha ir trrK.. u -1 . t -

o.v,cU'ar.rae-Uons

rr from learnin? I jtia i. li.t.'m,- ,k. ..3. "v ". wl!

te Bach to iearaing to spea a. small rondola bflow a 200-

the
was

-sweat black at lOO.BOe. feet, i science In tnafclng
However, be was net able te and I felt that I
pe stars during the day, that."
"At sunset the colors were;

yery interesung," hfi said. "An others at the press confer

XllghrJ

doing

Change In Hours
At Diablo Commy
Effective Monday

I reach, bt said.

'foot round heUum-Xild balloon.

He said the sky chanred as

be climbed frens light blue te
dee purple mad then te aJ-

kkH JOSE. Costa Rica. Aug. 22

(UP) The government announc

ed today it has agreed to pay a

bout one. million dollars for the

rpivitely i owned shares in the

LACSA Airline, which had threat threatened
ened threatened competition.

Aa official announcement said

that in future one third of the

airline s shares win be held by

me cesta Rica a Tourist board.

one third by the government-own

ed Pacific Electric Railroad and
one third by the Airline Employes'

union, ',."

Up to now, one third of the air-,

"w momentary fla of green post-flight medical tests; Heights store will be ones. fromlPan-Americaa Airwave, mom third

Spokesmen of the Aero-Medl- 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 2:30 by other private iavestors and
1 I m e m mm m m TV 1 1 - 1

one third by the goveramenU

' In an effort to alleviate the
shopping rush during the neon

has been made ml

balloon, and Pol. John Rfann ,T-ri..- ?r

.in(n- .i-v m; I --T'-T'inniinii wrniBUJirr, n was mm-1

si. u.ruicn oirccui oi me project., nounced by the Commissary
Simons said, came at sunrise! who reported Simons "checWBra: w uwmw
i rv a n m ma e- a W r a 1 aVS Sff lv Saw 1

wwu, u uic uu eppeereu. m ow oune aaeousteiy in nisi r; n.-.M'K-v.

orange .band lined the horizonience -ere Otto Wlnzen. head otlT ,rhZ.m
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little Benny Hooner. last niw

rescued a 2-year-old bov frcm

the bottom of -a. 'It-inch will

well shaft. ?.

The bov. Klmdal Kmifh

taken to a hosnital after' hi

five-hour entombment His con'
dltion was reported to be satisfactory.

As in the case ef the Hoods

rescue at Manorviile, n.Y rot
unteer workers dur a shaft nan

allel to the weU, then bored ai
underground tunnel thromrh ti

the boy. As they due. a. doctm

supervised the pumping of oxy oxygen
gen oxygen Into the well. This procedure,-
too, had been used to hell

save the life of the 7-year-ol
Hooper boy, who was entombei
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of his Manorviile. M.Y.. horn.

for nearly 24 hours earlier thfc
year.

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Congress Told
Military Must
Havie Pay Raise i
WASHINGTON (UP)-IndustrIai
ist Ralph J. Cordiner told Congresi
today it will be tinkering witl
national survival unless military

pay scales are fixed ..to keei

skilled men in the armed forces

Cordiner. president of Genera!

Electric Co., was the first witness
aa a Senate Armed Forces Sub

committee opened hearings on pre
posals to teaks the pay of efficert
and enhsted men more compar
able to private industry.
Cordiner beaded a citizens rem-

mittee which. made recommenda recommendation,
tion, recommendation, to Defense Secretary Charles :
E. Wilson in May to stop a "shock "shocking"
ing" "shocking" turnover in hiehlv trainea

personnel and save S billiin dollar!
a year in training raw recruits U

replace them.

Appearing in a noa-cfricial cans-

city, Cordiner said in e statement
that the real issue underlying rais raising
ing raising miliurv pay "is -aa tional sur

vival in this nuclear age.

Te aevelop a ad retain the man

power needed to rua the de
fense establishment, he kaid, Um
nattoa must invest a "few himdix -milbons-
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: Sir:
.1 That long-looked-for change in the weather came yterday
with a windstorm that caused a drop in temperature of 20 de de-i.
i. de-i. e in one hour, but it was back in its old path again this
"morniS. The real change that sticks doesn't usually come
before the last week in September. ...
. Septmber with her five Sundavs comes in on Sunday with
Labor day next, and I want to take a spin around the coun country
try country if nossible. Time is running out on me and I want to see
M that my eyes will permit until Digger O'Dell catches up
WithThis' world has been good to me and has more good people
than bad Still get my figs, but the weathe, is gettm. : them
That storm did a lot of damage west of here and the Ban Ban-dera
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out without it for a day. The road gang will open her up today. Jut
' got the news and they say the damage won't be as heavy as it
WaSMVrnsenlsatodfriends are mostlv magazine subscriptions
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up 50 cents. 8ome 40 years ago I received from them a life lifetime
time lifetime membership offer for $100. If taken I sure would nave
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master Postmaster General has messed things up by changing foreign rates
' Mv friend Bill Haskins is moving to Laredo, Texas, and
will finish my regular bunch of clippings. Maybe some good
friend will" partly take his place. Nobody can take it all. for
he is a close observer and seldom misses a thing. With tne
rains down there, his arthritis is getting him down, and he
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air. I don't know what the cost would be, nor do I care. Ad-
minlstratlve pennv-plnchlng goes too far when It denies the
-right of our kids to decent schooling conditions.
Instead of waxing sarcastic because the PanCanal brass Is
going frlgidalre, whv not wage a determined campaign to bring
this boon to our children?

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By VICTOR RICSEL
ROME 1 did not turn my one
Cashmere sport coat into a torn
dusty jackei and slip into the Si Sicilian
cilian Sicilian hills to track down personal personally
ly personally the secrets of the Maiia. That
would have been romantic journal journalism,
ism, journalism, but unproductive. No one
talks.
The last feliow who tried to
talk, Gaspare Pisciotta, was do doing
ing doing a life term in prison here. On
the morninft of Feb. 9, 1954, short shortly
ly shortly alter he nad exposed borne Ma Ma-iioso
iioso Ma-iioso by tu'iiing state's evidence,
be drank his morning coilee in
the Palermo prison. He didn t get
undei-worlo. lockjaw. He dropped
dead. Poisoned.
I simply tsked about the Mafia
here in Rome. Those who know
say it s a tough second govern government
ment government iu Sicily. But they scoff at
Ameri.'i' S belief that it runs our
underworld. We've deported sever several
al several in.jtisand New York, Chicago,
New Orleans and other gangsters
to thii country. But the Mafia
scorns virtually all of them.
True, thr Mafia here will toll
protection to banditti by sharing
in the take. But it is tar more
than a crime syndicate. It is
social system. It is, in fact, a
conservative social syitem, hat hating
ing hating outsiders who try to impose
any civilian. law or police mstric mstric-tions.
tions. mstric-tions. It has been known to blow up
Communist headquarters. It has
shot it out with the toughest Com
munist ori;iizers and left many
of them dead on the streets in
the years when the Communists
terrorized much of Italy.
Bactt in 1948, someone shot and
almost killed the Communist Par
ty chief, h-almiro Togliatti. For
oays, even Rome was run by Com Communist
munist Communist gangs. Cars were overturn overturned.
ed. overturned. Buses stopped. Iron shutters
covered store fronts. Some of our
highest officials, including the pre present
sent present Ambassador Zellerbsch, who
then was Marshall Plan chief, were
forced to move in convoy and
slip into our headquarters by back
elevators. As the Ambassador tens
it, his Wife had to lock herself in into
to into her roon in the Grand Hotel
for un-te days. Of all Italy,Sicily,
home of thv Mafia, was quiet.
The Mafia was powerful then,
though it had almost been wiped
out 10 years earlier. It revived
after the las' war. There are those
who tell visiting Americans that
our troops made contact with the
Mafia underground 'during the in invasion.
vasion. invasion. Our intelligence officers
brought in some Sicilian Ameri Americans
cans Americans whr, knew the language and
terrain. The Mafia helped fight
the Nazis as the Mafia always
fought invaders who came to rule
the .sland of Sicily.
The very name Mafia is made
up of initials which in Italian stand
for death to the French invader,
and go back to .Napoleonic nays.
Today the Mafia can still hit
hard. It has its wiry hand in
crime, because no crime exists
without its consent eveii if this
it unspoken. Frequently, it trier trier-ates
ates trier-ates the thug because the thug
-proves that the police are help helpless
less helpless if the Mfia provims pro protection.
tection. protection. But H does more than
disdainfully oif'ur the criminal a
haven merely to nettle the cars.
binUrl. The Mafia wants to
prove and does to quite suc successfully
cessfully successfully that it is the tola au authority,
thority, authority, to the exclusion even of
today't strong national govern government.
ment. government. The Mafia has convinced the Si Sicilians
cilians Sicilians that it is dishonorable to
go to the police or the civilian
courts for action against other ci citizens
tizens citizens and firms even on civilian
business matters. The Mafia is
paid for protection. This is a tax
to the second government. As one
commentator put it recently:
"The Mafia looks sfter Its own.
It tan trace lost goods. It can re-
fnvmr mnn ctnlrn from its cli
ents, ft can provide bandits with I
immimity from arrest. The Mafia j
has come back to Sicily as the
real civil power in the island. Pa Palermo
lermo Palermo is its center."
It is natural that it would not
overlook the island's unions. These
unions are affiliated with the snti snti-Communist
Communist snti-Communist labor federstion. Re Recently,
cently, Recently, for the first time, reports
seeped into the office of Signor
Pastore. the union's national lead leader
er leader in Rome, that the Mafis hss
been making suggestions on wsges
and hours.
This Is not the racket operstion
we know bsck home. The Sicilian
unions are part of the social sys system.
tem. system. The Mafia apparently sees
no reason why it should not begin
looking into "protection" for the
labor outfits ss well ss the other
citixenry. Thst is the duty of a
eovenimert is it not? And the
Mafia is the second government,
is it ot?
Thoro 4 no doubt among ob observers
servers observers tKet Hie Mafia could In In-vase
vase In-vase the mainland of Italy. It
could take over many racket,
especially the heavy money nar narcotics
cotics narcotics bvtrnes of tfn typo re recently
cently recently oxpoeod in Milan. There
a moo) roflnod heroin which
wouti have sold for almost I5e I
000,004. But the Mafia is content
to bo second fvommont in
Sicily.
In America, those who terrorise
by using its name and methods,
don't think to cavalierly of the
rackets. The racket world is their
bluntly would be untubUe. )

Poland,
Thank the good Lord I don't
live m New York but spend the
majority of my time in civilized
jungles, such as Tanganyika or
Kenya, ior if i uvea in rsiew
York, I should apply for a pistol
permit and indulge myseit in
shooting for sport, a great many
people who are described as teen teenagers.
agers. teenagers. In times past, I have prescrib prescribed
ed prescribed for the young thugs who ter terrorize
rorize terrorize the town such things as put putting
ting putting them in stocks, whipping
them through the streets, shaving
their heads, and imposing a cur curfew,
few, curfew, tl see that Magistrate fly flyman
man flyman Korn has just proposed a
curfew for all youths under 18.)
But I think that the recent reign
of terror that the city has, suffer suffered
ed suffered calls for sterner measures.
These "kids" of the gangs, and
the "kids" of the street, who kill
and maim aimlessly, who sabot sabotage
age sabotage everything that comes under
their eyes, are plainly misunder misunderstood'.
stood'. misunderstood'. Somewhere their parents,
the church, and the Boy Scouts
have tailed them. So I propose a
swift and humane solution.
Shoot 'em. Put thorn on li license,
cense, license, or? count only so many
to a customer. Pay a bounty of
so much a head as you .would
with any other varmint but
' deliver to the bearer of a duck duck-tail
tail duck-tail hairdo and a black leather
jacket such a sum as, say, two
bucks. This will save the courts
a lot of parole trouble, and in
time, if we practice enough, wo
may rid the noble metropolis of
the vermin which infests It.
This, of course, is a piece of
sarcasm. Obviously we cannot rod
up the entire population, for the

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1957 The Right

Juvenile Thugs
By BOB MARK

"youths" would take the weapons
away from the meek and the
"youths" wculd inherit the earth,
plus guns.
But something has to be done
about them, and damn if I know
what. Possibly the best thing
would be to triple the police force
and biing back the old cop on
the beat who would crack a skull
from time to time and infuse a
little respect for law and order
into these lice who beat up and
murder strangers for fun.
Possibly you could teach back,
away back, to the parental respon responsibility
sibility responsibility and put the parent in jail
with the kid, and charge the par parent
ent parent board-a,id-room rates for the
term of the sentence; This might
encourage the parent to start ear early
ly early with the razor strap to indoc indoctrinate
trinate indoctrinate the little bum with some
awe for authority.
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lution, there is one thing that can
be done to make the City of New
York reasonably safe for decent
people. You can quit handling
these jerks as misunderstood kids
and throw the book at them when
you catch 'em.
The tendency up to now has
been to weep over thorn, and
reason witl thorn, and parole
them in the costody of th near nearest
est nearest marijuana hustler when they
ought to get shoved Into the deep deep-freexe,
freexe, deep-freexe, permanently. A decent
cop shoots one, and thoy pillory
the cop. Some judge lets ena
thug loose with a reprimand
and this thug's a big guy the
-next day to big he has to go
beat up an old lady or stock up
a candy store.
On juvenile thugs, age should
be of no consideration. A 14-year-old
who is big enough to tote a
switch-blade or manufacture a zip
gun is man enough to break a lot
of rocks. We got a lot of unbroken
rocks around, and if we ah sup support
port support the world, we can subsidize
rock-breaking.
We have encouraged this scum
to a point where it really thinks
it s important, it isn t. it is scum,
vermin, garbage, and should be
treated as such Trying to reason
with it is a waste of time, because!
it just iMighs, takes a n o t h e r j
charge, and fares out to kick the
laughb.
I have had some experience with
the youth of New York, and 1 was
never more deadly serious thanj
when 1 said, up top, that if I had!
to live tn that jungle, I'd carry
a gun.
And use it.
RADIO
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WASHINGTON This column
recently reported f the ; amazing
manioulations''. by which Senator
Lyndon Johnson of Texas master
minded the passage of civil rights
bill and secured adoption of the
jury trial amendment. I now find
mat l owe senator jonnson an apology-
,
I underestimated his political
prowess. Here are some of his ad additional
ditional additional backstage moves which I
did no: know about.
It was young Sen. Franl? Church
of Idaho who broadened the jury,
trial amendment to include, a a-mong
mong a-mong other, jury trials for labor
unions iu ense they violated labor
injunctions. This won, the potent
support of the Railroad Brother Brotherhoods,
hoods, Brotherhoods, United Mine Workers, and
Postal Employes.
" Church has now received his ra-
jward. He and Mrs. Church have
departed for Rio De Janeiro, then
on to Buenos Aires to attend the
Pan American Economic Confer-
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ence part of the American dele
gation, all expenses paid.
As one of. the youngest mem
bers oi the Senate, the attractive
senator from Idaho would not ordinarily-ratt
such appointment.
Many older senators would Mice to
take this nice trip to South Amer America.
ica. America. Senator Johnson, however,
threw the reawrd to Church.
QUICK JUDGESHIPS
A lot ol people wondered why
Senators Schoeppel of Kansas and
Butler ol Maryland, ,both staunch
administration Republicans, de deserted
serted deserted the administration on the
jury triai amendment.
Thesa people, like this column,
underestimated Lyndon Johnson.
Here is the inside story of what
happened:
Both Senators have wanted ex extra
tra extra Federal judges appointed in
their states. On Jan. 7, Senator
Scho-;ppe introduced a bill to pro provide
vide provide a new U. S. District Judge
in Kansas. On Jan. 17, Senator
?., !... ...,i,ced a similar bill
for a new judge in Ma
ihe.-t u, .s went to the Senate
Judiciary ommittee, chairman chairman-ned
ned chairman-ned bv Senator Eastland of Missis Mississippi,
sippi, Mississippi, bitter foe of civil rights.
There they gathered dust. No ac action
tion action was taken.
Suddenly three days after the
jury trial amendment was adopt adopted
ed adopted by the Senate (and after both
Schoeppel and iButler voted for
that amendment), their two bills
were reported out of the Senate
Judiciary subcommittee on Aug. 7.
Two days later, they were re reported
ported reported to the full Senate without
a single comma or semicolon
changed. Eastland, had taken the
cue from Lyndon Johnson.
Similar bills were introduced in
the last Congress but got nowhere
This time, however, Senators But Butler
ler Butler And fichoeppel Voted for the
jury trial amendment and imme immediately
diately immediately ?ot their reward.
Apologies to Lyndon for ur.der-l
estimafng his backstage ability
MERRY-GO-ROUND
Jimmy Hoffa, No. 2 Teamster
boss, go' 9 h:g ovation from De Detroit
troit Detroit home folks last week. They
threw a swank party for him at
the Sheraton Cadillac Hotel. Ma Mayor
yor Mayor Albert Cobo, Republican, was
present to pour on the praise and
to congratulate Jimmy on his re
cent acqumai. .jimmy is now
jumping once again intoi Michigan
politics. His friend, Councilwoman
blanche Parent Wise, has named
him to the Wayne County Board
of Supervisors. She and Hoffa. are
also credited with unique device
to defeat Ed Carey for council
man. Two unknown Negro, candi candidates,
dates, candidates, also named Carey, have
been placed on the Detroit prima primary
ry primary biliOt. Amos Carey's name
comes just before Ed Carey and
Johnny Carey comes right after.
Detroit voters are going to have
a hard time knowing which Carey
is which. .Hoffa has long been a
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staunch Republican, his also long
opposed Democratic Governor
Mennen Williams, the greatest vott
getter in the history f Michigan.
Privately Williams always hopes
that Hofla will, oppose him; Hoffa
always fulfills that wish. Williams
always wins.. Though a Democrat
in a Republican state, Williams has
been elected more times than any
other man in history. ,,,
CONGRESSMEN'S
"PRIVATE" ,BILt.S
Congressmen who refused to vote
a school construction bill this year
simultaneously debated behind the
closed doors of the Ways and
Means Committee how far they
could go in passing "private" hills.
Thnea nr. hillo f enaAiiit innrjipf

to Congressmen, usually to do fa favors
vors favors for. individual constituents.
Jere Cooper of Tennessee forth forthright
right forthright chairman pf the Ways and
Means committee, reminded ms
colleatu" thev had agreed not to
take up any tax bills that might
i , . ...
involve "substantial" loss pf rev
enue. i
He further proposed 'that the
congressmen reach an agreement
as to what "substantial" meant,
and that private interest tax bills
be limited to $1,000,000.
Other members of the Ways and
Means Committee were not so al altruistic
truistic altruistic They promptly overruled
him, made the limit of $100 mil million.
lion. million. "There are 25 of us on this com committee,"
mittee," committee," remarked one congress congressman,
man, congressman, "so that means a total of
$2Mi billion can be taken out of
the Treasury."
Note Illustration of a private
bill is that introduced by Cop Cop-gressman
gressman Cop-gressman Antoni Sadlak (R-Conn.)
to help the Bridgeport Brass Com Company.
pany. Company. It's so technical no One
explain it, but it would save Bridge Bridgeport
port Bridgeport Brass several million dollars
in back excess profits taxes at the
expense of the rest of the coun country.
try. country. Man Hides In Closet,
Shoots Wife, Lover
ATLANTA, Aug. 22 (UP) A
suspicious husband hid in a closet
today and shot his wife and a re repairman
pairman repairman who, police said, sought
romance in a bedroom behind the
screen door he had fixed.
Ollie P. Spivey, 36, a grocery
clerk, told police he popped out of
the closet and shot his wife, Alt a,
32, and Len B. Coffee, 46, when
they sat down on the bed and
started hugging.
Both were in serious condition
at Grady Hospital. The woman
in
ad
suffered wounds in the arm and
me uacK. nntn annaremiv rrnm
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the head.
Spivey said a "friend put me
wise" to a situation between his
mife and Coffee and fhen Coffee
came around yesterday to hang tg
new screen door nis suspicion
grew. He said Mrs. Spivey ar arranged
ranged arranged for the repairs. T
Today, Spivey said, he secreted
himself in the closet of the bed bedroom
room bedroom instead of going to work
He waited an hour, he said, before
his wife and Coffee came in and
sat on the bed.
Spivey came out and ,fired six
shots. When police arrived he met
them at the fateful screen door
and announced: "I've killed a
man, he's on my bedroom floor.
"I shot at his head." he added.
"I meant to kill him."
Inspection showed, however,
that Coffee's head was only
scratched although the slug put a
hole in his cap. Officers said he
apparently played dead so Spivey
would stop shooting.
Police said both shooting vic
tims were fully clothed.
Spivey was charged -with asault
with intent to murder and
disorderly conduct.
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PRESENTS

SYRIAN HEAD IN CAIRO President Gamal Abdel-Nasser
of Egypt, left, Is greeting Syrian President a Shukri Kuwatly
as he Arrives in Cairo from Damascus for a three-day visit
, t that .ia to include a medical checkup. ;

HOLLY

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RADIO II

by Enkint Johnson

JL

i HOLLYWOOD, IWJSA) i "Juan

' of Iowa" is now one up on Joan

.:COf ArC. o

Joan of Iowa has twice been

burned at the stake f
First when a gas jet accident accidentally
ally accidentally xv 1 o d e d flame during
khooting of her fiery exerution
Kcena in the film"' version- of

f1 4Znrv- Rornorrl 'Khstw'a

. Tnan Rurn 'No. 2 lust came

" "Sh&w." aalrf one exceptionally

. turnerf into pshaw;" Joan of Io

wa was barbecued by others with
the word "miscast" and called

"Inexperienced" in comparison

1 with lustroi's stage and screen

Joans of the past.
t Buir 18-year-old,' classic-faced,
deep-dimpled J e a n Seberg of
Marshalltown, Iowa, (Pop. 19. 19.-000).
000). 19.-000). still has a champion in her

mentor. Producer Diractor ,'Otto

, Premwger:,;fe the j manj; behind

sucn turns as ."uarmtn- jones.

"The Man With the ooiaen Arrcr
and "The Moon Is Blue,.

Otto isn't a bit blue and there
;: Is no reason'Tor tying; black crepe

on the corr. stalks of Iowa. T.ne

career clock hasn't ytt run out

for the state's conwea movie

Cinderella: I

"Jean suffered in tome of the

reviews in tompai'!-;ons only,"i

av otto. 'She'll UU oe an ix

- citing movie ttar wait and see

AS lor turning' anaw ww psnaw,

r.'nt.t.ft urtnsi.

1 "Pshaw-rthe film WAS Shaw."

backing uo his gamble ; on

J' ih tppn-A.Tfffl small-town vcirl

J T .. 7 ...

Ac picked lor rus .joan

18,000 contestants in a worldwide

contest," Otto Is costarrine her

now with Deborah Kerr and Da David
vid David Niven m his film version of

Francoise Sagan's "Bonjour Tris Tris-tesse."
tesse." Tris-tesse." Jean, who had only eight

weeks of summer stock appear-

"Saint ances as her entire "profession-

pal" acting career before she

played "saint Joan," will appear
in the film as Cecile, the teen

age diarist of Mile. Safian's iest

seller. The picture will be made

tnis summer on, the French Ri

viera. "?

The daughter of a Marshall-

town pharmacist anil his ex-

school teacher wife, "mousy"

blonde Jean ''hadn't been any-

whtre," she laughs, until she

made "Joan in London early

this year after makinr a screen

test lor thf ,role in New York.

Since then she's traveled 37, 37,-000
000 37,-000 miles batween London, New
York, Hollywood, Marshalltown
pnd on a 27-day publicly tour
of the U.S. and Canada. The

shock of se-iing herself on the
creen for the first tim, her
amed fel'ow actors lr. "Saint

Joan" alnd a surprise about h-ovie
malrlnir or 'imnnar th 'innnp.

tant notes ? in Jean s memory

door oi ner rum fleuut.

girt

"over

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' ,sThe "World's Great Religions,"

wpemne canoraniB oi man'

' kind's spiritual heritage! prepared

V hy Lite Magazine wren me neip

- oi manv reiisioui auuiuriuci

throuehout the world.' is one of

' ... i it:.

xne dooks piacea m curcuiauun wis
week by the Canal Zone Library,

Almost half or the Dook m ae-

voted to Christianity, the largest

and most widely; spread religion

Also throughly presented; are Ju

daism,- Hinduism,. Buddhism.iTao-

ism, Confucianism ami islam, ine

text ia .illustrated .."With.-190 pageai

of fuiv colori, -1 :

: The .titJei and authors tf c' the

books tannounced oy- the Library
this week follow Vr-'"

NON FICTION- The. Wort ds

Creat Religions. Life: The. Naked

warriors. Fane: Radiation.' Scha

bert: J01 AlphabeU, Hunt;, U. S.

Camsra, 1957. Free Diving. Rebi-

It off;,' The Innocent Ambassadors,
Wyli: Charlie. Hecht: Silver

, Platter, Berlin; Background with

Chorus. Swinnerton; The Zeigfeld

r oluea. Farnsworth; Day of In

famy, .Lord; Cultural Life of the
American Colonies, 1607;- 1763,
Wright; Civil War oa Western Wa

ters, Pratt; Toward Our Common.;

Airxrican Destiny, Cabet.

FICTION Tar to Go. Aswelh

Letter' from Peking. Buck:--The

.Flying Swans, Cohim; Powder Val-

jpy Manhunt, Field; in the Dark
.Night, Hood; The Doves of Venus.

Manning; Beyond the Aeeean. Mel-

los; Hand-Picked for Murder-Mar

tin; Challenge t Venus, Morgan

ine auer, rritchett; The Croa-

lng, Reverxy; Papa, You're Cra Cra-iv,
iv, Cra-iv, Saroyan; The Butler Did It,
Wedehouse; The Undefeated, Wy-

SHE SAYS:" ; ft
, "I th'nk that "evervbodv 'feeis

more attractive than, they really

are, hui.
100 times

rlie bitter .truth. it was a real

shock seeing myself onthe screen

lor. the first time.',,. v

At first. Jean admits. I didn't

hava enou-h tense to be jffjired"
by fellow actom Sit Jobn Glel-

gudY Richard Widmark. Anton

Walbrook- and' Richard Todd.

But after calling- CHelsrud "Mr.

Sir. John" and looking wide-eyed

around the rehearsal table, she

rememoers; : "For the first time
in my lire I felt that I'd onen

my mouthr and nothing would

come J3ut.'V:;JM;v!''.s'
WHAT MOST surprised! this
girl from a mid western farm

commii.iity about movlft making?
' 'The hard work." she lauchs.

"I used to dream about being
a movie star and in my dreams
I- always wore a pretty .dress

ana said lines like, -i love vou.

Marlon.';" ; V r-' ,-.:,,.,

WhenJTean started cv't oh her

27-day, all-exnenses-Datd nub-

licity tour before the iilm oDen-

ed, her studio escort wanted to

De sure sne nad some spending

money. "Oh. I've eot olentv."

she said. i l"i.-,i-i-., a

: It turned but .she had1 13 .n

her nurse. ..... ... .a '-

. Styles movie queenj sure do

Today, Thursday, Aug. 22
P.M. ...
4:00 Feature Review

4:30 What's Your Favorite (r.

quests t&Ken by phonf

wu s:ooj
5:30 News

6:35 What's Your F a t ot 1 1

(cont'd)
6:00 Interlude
: 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Your Dancing Party
7:00 Goon Show
'7:30 Musicland USA
E: 00 Proudly We Hail
8:30 Take It From Here

8:00 You Asked For It (re

quests taken by phone

tin 7:30)

10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan-

': ama T'
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Off.'
Tomorrow. Friday. AUg. 23

A.M. ., (
6:00-Sign On Alarm Clock
, Club (requests taken
by phone till 7:00) :.
7:30 Morning. Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wildwood

8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
8:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As I See It

10:0WENNIFER'S JOU RN At

(Cutex and Odorono)

iu:us spins and Needles (re

quests taken by

pnone tin 8:30)
11:00 News

11:05 Spins An d Needles

(cont'd)
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News
P.M.

12:05 Luncheon Music

12:15 M E L A C H RINO MUSI-

VAL.
12:30 Musical Travelog
1:00 News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneerf
1:45 Songs of France
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2 :3(P-The Virginians

a :ou Hank Snow And His

Rainbow Ranph Boy i
3:15 Sammy Kaye Bhow v
3:30 Music For, Friday v

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ft:35 What'e Your Favorite

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6 lOO-f Interlude vn
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6:30 Your Dancing party 1

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7:00 Thirty Minuta Theater
7:30i-VOA Report From U.S.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1837

v

oaat ana Lsineruioe

Bij Staff en

Panama

nls, Wlarriaat), iBirlkl, Purlin anil rattt ilioulJi It mailtJ prompllit U bx-numhrl tkown.

An IP

lltut ef L-naoatmtnl.

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LIONS CELEBRATE CORN WEEK IN PANAMA
1 OR BENEFIT OF PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL
The Lions Clubs of Balboa and the Republic of Panama
Held a joint dinner last night at the Professional School
n Panama in celebration of Corn Week, an annual affair
sponsored by the school.
Highlight of the evening was the election of a king to
Ireign for the evening with Corn Week Queen Evidelia I,
;MlMTheldhonor Tent to Mr. Louis Zerdon, Tail-Twister of

the Balboa Lions Club.
Among the prominent guest at
tre Queen's table were Governor
anH Mrs. W. E. Potter, Dr. Teo-

doro Arias, Governor of the Lions jl

Internal nna L and MISS

na Monzo, Queen of the Lions
Club of Panama.

check, whose marriage to Mr.
Michael A. Holocheck of Fort

Kobbe took place Tuesday morn morning
ing morning at St. Mary's Crurch, Balboa,
was held Saturday aiternoon at
St. Mary's Hall. Hostesses were
Mrs. George McCullough, Mrs.
Paul Thompson, Mrs. William
Hose, Miss Mary Murphy, Mrs.
Louis Snedekcr, Mrs. Hugh Malo-

ney, awl Mrs. Aioeri Joyce, ivirs

meetings

President de la Guirdia
Unveils Bronte Bust
Of Philanthropist
r ..ni vrnncin de la Guar-

..-... i T 1 ., U l.

dia Jr in a solemn cereinimy ,iu mjucu kucu uw fu-m.
vesierda'y morning unv eiled a bust I Over lifty guests attended the
o Jose Gabriel Duque, late Pana-j shower. The refreshment table
manian philanthropist, in the ves-,was centered with a two tiered
.;k.,1o f ihP National Lottery ; bride s cake Hanked by silver

tmIh;,t. Mr Duaue was founder i candlesticks with white tapers

f ihf. National Lottery

rhe unveiling was attended by
a great number of Panama's gov government
ernment government dignitaries and prominent
citizens.

(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)

' Ft. Clayton Couple
Honor Houseguests
With Buffet Supper
Cnief Warrant Officer and Mrs.
William 0. Harris of Foil Clay Clayton
ton Clayton entertained Sunday evening at
tlfeir quarters with a cocktail-buf-ft-supper
j:arty in honor of their
hiuseguesls, Mr. and Mrs. Ian
Nelson of Denton, Texas, parents
ofMrs. Harris.
Guests present included C a p t.
and Mrs. Victor Fernandez, I.t.
and Mrs. Harry Bailey, and Mr.
nni lVy1re 1 auam flvaVaK Mr

Graves is m Florida State Universi-; The Defense Department today
ty Economics Instructor. 'announced new rules covering re-
,'piano selections were rendered lease of information which elimi elimi-dpring
dpring elimi-dpring the evening by Mrs. Alta'ated a controversial requirement
Lewis of Fort Clayton. that data put out by the Pentagon
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson have been must make a "constructive con-

visitine CWO and Mrs. Harris for tnbution to the military.

the past three weeks, and will re return
turn return to Texas on Saturday.

The honor I'uest and Mrs. Holo

check cut the cake during the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Mrs. Holocheck is the former
Miss Shirley Barlow, daughter of
Mrs. Kim ir a Barlos of Balboa
and Mr. Henry L. Barlow of Li Lima,
ma, Lima, Peru.

Each notice for inclusion in thfi
column should be submitted us
type-written form and mailed ee
the box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social end Otherwise," or delivered
hv hsid to the office. Notice, of,
meetings cannot be accepted fcy
telephone.
Samaritan Welfare
The Samaritan Welfare Commit
tee will meet Sunday at 11 a.m
at Court Wallace Lodge Hall.
Matters of vital importance are
to be transacted, and all .., mem mem-tbers
tbers mem-tbers are asked to attend and td.be
on time.

Pentagon Releases
No Longer Need Be
Orchids To Military
WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 (UP)

Britain Readying
For Asiatic Flu
Epidemic In Fall
LONDON. Aug. 22 (BIS)
Britain too is expecting an Asia Asiatic
tic Asiatic flu epidemic this fall and
has a new vaccine ready to fight
it.
Under the aegis of the British
Medical Research Council, the
new vaclne has been tested on
120 servicemen and found suc successful.
cessful. successful. The experiments were
led bv Dr. F. Himmelwelt. direc director
tor director of the Virus Research De Department
partment Department of the Wright Fleming
Institute of Microbiology, London.

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HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF CORN, Louis Zerdon of Balboa,
escorts Her Majesty Evidelia I at the dinner held by the Lions
Clubs of Panama and Balboa last night at the Professional
School In Panama.

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Every Boy's A Country
Boy Deep In His Heart

Woman Denied Plea
to Adopt Child She;
Nursed From Infancy

BALTIMORE, Md Aug. 22 22-(UP)
(UP) 22-(UP) A custody dra mi that may
reach the Supreme-Court, unfolded
in Baltimore, today when a sob sobbing
bing sobbing woman, her adoption request
denied because of age and reli religion,
gion, religion, was forced to surender to
welfare authorities a child she
nursed from infancy. ?
The central figure in the cus

tody fight, a 21-month-old boy who
never had been chrstened, was
taken from the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Frantum with a box
of his toys and a kitten.
The welfare department placed

the youngster with the Frantum
family in December, 1955, when
he was too ill to meet adoption
standards. The Frantums, accept accepting
ing accepting him -as their own, nursed him
back to health. Subsequently, the
child was ofejed for. adoption.
Frantum, 53, and his 47-year-old
wife, Minnie, sought to adopt the'
boy. But;, their request was re

jected because the court felt they

were too old and, moreover, they
were Lutherans, while the boy's
mother had asked he be reared a
Roman Catholic.

Subsequently. Baltimore Circuit

Judge. Anselm Sodaro awarded
the boy to Navy Lt. and Mrs.

Kenneth "Adams, of. St. Mary's

county, a Catholic couple. -The
Frantums. however. indi

cated through their attorne-r that

they might appeal the case the
U. S. Supreme Court.

By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
UNDER psychoanalysis a nerv nervous,
ous, nervous, self-distrustful woman recalled
a certain childhood experience.
r -t4nv s;.!';a.(., K
For her sixth birthday she was
given a coral pin. she loved it.
One day hef mother asked to bor borrow
row borrow it. The child said no. Outr se

ed, the mother' called her a "sel "selfish
fish "selfish brat" and refused to speak to
her for two days.' 1

The patient, relivinir thin Dain-

ful memory 30 vears later, told

her doctor,. ?'My mother had a ha habit
bit habit of giving things' away. Or los losing
ing losing them. I feared that she would

give away or lose my pin. So I

able: to give us their true reasons
for refusing to share a belonging.
It is more, dangerous to diagnose
the refusals as "selfishness" than
it is tq diagnose a physical diseasa
we know, nothing about. ;
' ; A child development of unsel unselfishness
fishness unselfishness is spiritual growth and

is not our responsibility. v
Our baby arrives here already

vvnauung nis power to love pre
cisely as an acorn arrives contain.

ing its power to become an oak

iree. we oia not endow him with
this power. ; It' ant nnr h..cinc

to direct Its development. When
we interfere. in; his .spontaneous
growth into love, hv

m 'mo.n" .j.ii..li:.L u

. l' V-H" 11VJ BClIIJin.T WA

show ourselves to he fnniici.

didn't refuse it because I was seH.we'dLb.e to rail and scold the acorn
fish 1i it ki,...,.. T for rtffiicinn tn 1 i.

THERE'S nothing like visiting

on a farm to make a cny-Drea

Silver Dollar Shower
At St. Mary's Hall
Honors Tuesday Bride
A surprise silver dollar shower
hi honor of Mrs. Shirley H o 1 o-

Himmelwelt points out,- how however,
ever, however, that there can be no proof
the vaccine will eive protection

until the epidemic actually jteen.ager siow down his pace and
starts- get acquainted with the world a-

.. . ... 'bout him

From inference, ne says, we . m v ,i,- j

Rep. John E. Moss (D Calif), nave koou reason w uc.icvr wu tQ jumDing a car to ride two

who heads a House Government tne vaccine will worK. Mean- blocks discovers that he has legs.
Information subcommittee, im-i while, we are producing "..f He'll walk miles a day over field

mediately hailed the new rules as we noue uie nianuppun and through woods

a "positive step toward freeing available witmn a monin. 11 win As he walkfJ ne begnj to Me and

government information.
However, Asistant -Defense Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Muray Snyder, who
handles public relations for. the
Pentagon, said that elimination of
the "constructive contribution"
phrase would result in no' impor important
tant important changes in releasing in information
formation information "as far as I know."
He granted that the phrase had
been "irritating" to Moss and
others but said there was "nothing
wrong with the spirit in which it
was intended."
The controversial rule was is-

be Klven by injection ana it is h Tn th i.t at the emmtrv

hoped that about a quarter of ajn9 ls aware ot ffiany sounds that

icaspuuiuui wiu iuu.. biend together: the hum, of in

for one season

The new vaccina will be avail available
able available to any country that wants
It.

sects, the clear, sharp call of a

quail, the music of trees as their

leaves are rustled by the wind.

His eyes scan tne skies on a
cloudy day, for to the country one's
plans depend on the weather.
Time in the country means -only
daylight or dark, and so the days

are long and lazy for the boy va

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formation) shall be related not
only to a determination of whether
release of the material would in

volve any technical or substantive

violation of security but also to alcationing on a farm

determination of whether release! Even his sense of smell is shar-

nr nuhlication of the material pened. for the woods smell dif-

sued by Defense Secretary Charles would constitute constructive ferently from the fields. And the
E. Wilson in March 1955. lt stated: i,(rihn(mn tn the nrimarv mis- rain that washes Brass and trpps

sion of the Department of Ie- bring a fragrance of its owu to the
fense." whole countryside.
Critics contended that the rule
enabled the Pentagon to conceal CAMP LIFE'S DIFFERENT
information which might reflect ANy boy brougW up in a cUy
ThTnew regulation makes plain iudeed l? ve a relative
that informafion must not run wo lives on farm Of course,

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But camp life is different. It's

'organized and regimented.' While

it's fun, it isn t real country living

ing in the morning the corn that
will be on the table for lunch, pick picking
ing picking the blackberries that will go
into the cobbler for dinner, going
off alone in the woods with a gun
and a crow call.

Nothing a city offers a boy:

youth clubs, swimming pools, drag
strips and teen-age hang-outs can
possibly take the place of what

a farm offers him.

Even a few weeks a year of

country life are a blessing ; to j
boy.' For" every boy in the world

is a country boy at hearfc 'A.-j
'imamtWatitrulN!

To Take Up Oman

Row In Assembly

CAIRO. Aue. 22 v(UF) The

Cairo representative of the dissi dissident
dent dissident Imam of Oman said today

he asked the Arab League secre

tariat to bring up the Oman dis

pute at the next session of-, the

U.N. General Assembly.

The U.N. Security Couhcu voted

yesterday not to discuss the: dis dispute
pute dispute after the Arab League na

tions had. asked for an immediate
debate.

Sheikh Mohammed el Hanthy,

representative here of the Imam,
indicated his request for General
Assembly action would be taken.,
up when the Arab League's for-

Mail Users Urge
Senate To Reject
Rate Increases

WASHINGTON. Aue. 22 CUPW

First class mail users urged the
Senate today to relect House-

approved increases in first class
mail rates on grounds they were

wnoiiy unrealistic" and ''unfair'

Horace H. Naljm, president of
the Association of First Class
Mailers, told the Senate Post Of Office
fice Office Committee the Post Office De Department
partment Department could reduce its deficit
with improved technological pro procedures
cedures procedures rather than by raising
first class mail rates.
He criticized House action in
boosting first class letter rates
from three to four cents an ounce
and the rate for postal cards from
1HA 4 1 1

; Nahmysaid, '"The i firsts class
mail users who provide 40 per
cent of the revenue should not be
asked to cary an added load un until
til until ther has ? been an adequate
statement ot -postal ipolicy"! by

?fTb committee.' beaded hv .Sen

piinDi Johnston (D-S C) open-

, last wees; on tne Uousepas
sed bull. ProsDectn aiA rii m

final, congressional action this

year.-- :

Country living to a boy is pull- eign ministers meet here Sept.; 2,

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Writes Mrs.. M., "Selfish is -vhat
the girl was. Why shpuldn't the
mother have said so?"
Because such; judgment is often
mismdgment.
Like the patient who was 'driven
to psychoanalysis to recover her
stolen innocence, children' are tin.

T

Baritone Gomez
Sings tonight, ;
At Balboa JWB
Tonight at fiie USO-JWH

for refusing to evnanH it

parents'feel it necessary to da

nuj ,iuey uotner peiieving in Him
Havard Gredud3r!
Famed Ooticmi:.ir
Dies In Ifew York

BRENTWOOIJ, N.'. Y., (UP)

uie last 01 me Knnemianit" 1a

dead. ; ; -.

Joe Gould, -a widely known
Greenwich Village : character foe

40 years, died (Sunday night at
the age of 68. ,',,
A member of the Harvard class
of 19H, Gould was a self-styled
philosopher who Drided himif on

not having had "a square meal"

since xwb. ...

"I'm the fnremnst" iiiithnrtt

it tt ... : -"'"'"v

u u. o. op tne subject of doin

Ii 1 .. wuuiu ay, aaaing
that he lived on "ir, self-esteem,
cigarette butts, cowboy coffee
(black, no sugar), fried vee anH.

wiches and ketchup."
Distinguished hv flnwlna -rA.

dish -? brown beard, which he cut
every 6ther Easter," Gould

Arrnd Forces Service CenterST 'I .2S ." ?.

h, L be held presented folio of cigatetti butts -and notes

by Luis Caflos Garcia Gomez.
nQTi rnna .

Janowltz at the piano"

The rjrosrram wilt innii.rf..

Spesso vlbra per suo gioco, Las'

Richard. Coeur ri T Inn nu

Ruddier than the Cherry 4 from
'Ads and. 6alathea Why .do
the Nations from ; "The Mes

aiaii, jNon; s ;pm y Andrai from
"Marriage of Figaro," Ave Ma Maria,
ria, Maria, Ah. Sweet Mvsterv; of' T.lfe

Jeanle With the Llehti.firowri

JHalr, The Old Folk. Home,

ix vua ivenwicny Home,' .Fioreg
Negri, an l,legarla.;:r.,.v.v
Admission' will be' i for tr
dults; 50 cents for students. En Enlisted
listed Enlisted men will be admitted free
of charge.

People usually go to a lake for

peace and quiet. Too often they

are torced to listen to loud port

able radios or the shouts and

squeals of boisterous bxouds.

There's too little quitt left to

estroy tnis way.

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ta;,1hi unpublished fOfal History

vi: vtvuizauoo. ne; worx was, a
chronicle of his wanderings and
observations on humanity "the
informal ; history nof "the shirt shirt-sleeved
sleeved shirt-sleeved multitude," he called it.

ai last count. ,-the history
scrawled ,iit composition notebooks-exceeded
10 million words
and was said to be It times as
long 'as; the Bibles w ,..
' "I- have fully covered vwhat
might be called the intellectual
underworld of our times' Goud
once -; saidVti; f x vfw
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what it took -10 make me ; what
I am todav: Jt took nlrt Vankaa

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vard Harvard and 25 years of beating the
living hell out of my insides with

bad hootch and bad food."

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ociatj anil Qtli

erwise
doniinutd

Mm' Rtlmann -
Parent ;
Miss Rosalinda Relmann, daugh daugh-;r
;r daugh-;r of Mr. and 'i.u'g. Francis A.
aemann of turunau, arrived last
ridav on the U.S.S. "Gibbing" to

hsit with her parent! for the rest

I her summer vicauun,
I Miss Keimann attends De Paul
University jn Chicago, Illinois.
Imbaiudor, Family

(cation In Panama -Ambassador
of Panama to Costa
vica and Mrs. Frank Morrice, Jr..

nd their son Enrique are spena spena-ig
ig spena-ig their vacation in Panama, vis

aing their families.

at. eno mn. nracK

.va for. Bogota
Mn and Mrs.- Rex Brack Jiave

13 To Do Received
; lnioTTrinily
t!cliiodi$rChurch
Thirteen youths are to be re

elved Into "full membership of

hit Trinite Methodist Church,

Colon, Monday night at a week

ly fellowship meeung, wmcn pe-

;ms at 7:30 pm,:mi7. 13-
After a period of five months
raining,, these- y ouths are
iow:teady to take their iplace tn

their names aree j Yolanda Sim-

nons. Eunice Davis, Patricia
wllt.' Audrev Bowen. Beverly

Itevens, Toya Skerritt, carlota
yareham, Petrona Low$ and Ed Ed-son
son Ed-son Best. Julian Babb. Osmond

Undo, George Jones and : Alber-

0 Loney.

The deoutr chairman of the

iih-district of central America

knd superintendent Of the Pain
h.ma.dColea,. Methodist Circuit

,ter. E. S. "Alphonse, will of n n-fiiate.
fiiate. n-fiiate. He will be assisted by the
Xvt. 8. 'bunmoodle of Jamaica
knd the pastor of the Trinity
'vfethodHt Church, the Rev. V. J.
ration- '-
I tvi MMflr will come to an

fsnd with the administration ,of

eh Lord Supper to tne newiy-t
eceived members and also to

;helr class leaders.' friends ana
The nubile, is Invited.

f on Tuesday night, a similar
deception service will take place

it Ebenezer Meinoaisi, viiun-u,
When the following five persons
WiU received: v Misses Vilma

StTerley, .Barbara MeiDourne,
iynthla Iwriwft-. Cecilia White,
3aapinrt Edwards; Mrs. Medora
svering and Mi Ruby. Beverley,
rhe ministers -officiating at this
,i-rip lxn will be 'Revs.' E. S.

Mphonse, 8.

wawon.

Dunmoodle and V

f

?b Annas! Trip
'.7D Thislr Dcughlsr
I LONDON '(U) JfMVWvjwed
Tiusband of actress rVivJei Leign
taid today he mighf take a vaca vacation
tion vacation with Miss Leigh and. their
daughter ever yar deipite era
iiimoa tounds she was re
ii Stockbroker Leigh Molttiaii, -who
returned, alone -from- a headline headline-hitting
hitting headline-hitting holiday in Italy with Miss
Leigh and their 28-yearldr daugh daughter
ter daughter Suiaune, said "it is Jiulte pos possible"
sible" possible" they: will makethe;hbliday
ma aanusl affair. ,f
if.-..- ,,.i.-.,;,!(;-: -,i
l "We enjoyed it this year except
W thevead joke,' e ald. The
fbsd joke' Iras' a statement by
Wsewife member, of Parliament
Mrs. Jean' Man. She" said the
Leigh-Holm aft trip; made while
Mits Leigh's Torrent husband ac actor
tor actor Sir Xaurence Olivier, was in
Scotland with bis" 2l-yeaf old
on. by I previous marriage :..was
'a terrible -example ,for people
.who-occupy high places.":
Holman said he and his ex-wife
Vonsldered Mrs. Mann's remarks

fill-saannered, especially as there

was 'ao reference to tne. presence

of our daughter. He said Suzanne
"was the reason for our holiday."
A member of a theatrical com com-Banr
Banr com-Banr with which Olivier toured Eu

rope recently said -it was com common
mon common knowledge" that relations be between
tween between Olivier: and Miss Leigh
were "sometimes strained," but
'added na would be surprised if

their manage was breaking up,

left for Boeota after a short stay

in Panama Mr. Brack is Vice-

President of Braniff Airways.
David Often
Visits Karan: ;a
Mr. David Olten is spending a
short vacation in the Zone visit visiting
ing visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs,
Ralph H. Otten of Diablo Height.
Mr. Otten, is a student at the
College Conservatory of Music of

Cincinnatti, Ohio, where he will
complete his senior studies this
year, and where he received the
Sigma Alpha Iota award present presented
ed presented to the Junior Composition Ma:
jor with the highest general aver average.
age. average. .;- ;
Detpedida-Bienvenida
At Ft. Clayton Center
Chaplain and Mrs.- Francis Lew Lewis
is Lewis and their son, Lowell, were hon honored
ored honored with a Despedida, and Chap Chaplain
lain Chaplain and Mrs. John M. Ettershank
were given a Bienvenida at the
Fort Clayton Religious Center re recent.
cent. recent. The double event was spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Fort Clayton Protest-!

tant Ladies Guild.

Orchid corsages were presented

io Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. fitter

shank by Mrs. Stanford Johnson,

president of the Guild.

The ladies of the Guild served

refreshments from an attractive

table, decorated with orchids in
a silver bowl and tiny' figurines

over an embroidered linen cloth,

Mrs. Frank Wilson, Mrs. Alex
Gilghren and Mrs. Frederick Wells

alternated at the coffee service,
and Mrs. Vernon Stokes and Mrs.
J. C. Rose served punch.
A beautiful Army and Navy I-

rish linen tablecloth was present

ed to Mrs. Lewis by Mrs. Johnson
on behalf of the members of the

Protestant Chapel.

Chaplain Ettershank has assum

ed his duties as Post Protestant

Chaplain at Fort Clayton.
Women's Club
Te Attend
Danee Festival
The Cultural Committee of the
Internamerican Women's Club
has issued an invitation to. mem members
bers members and their families to attend
the International Dance F e s 1 1 1-val
val 1-val at the Y.M.C.A. in Balboa to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. There
will be no charge.
Members .interested in attending
are asked to call the Club office,
2-0518, before 10 a.m. tomorrow.

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Meetings

Newcomers Cklb J"t- rti.f
Meets Tonlahhro- blO it I
Newcomers CIub"WilPhet to' to'-night
night to'-night at the home of Mrs. John
Tanner, Qtrs. 24-B, Fort' Gulick.
Mrs. John Seibert .will be assisting
hostess.
Mr. J. W. Limkemsna will be
guest speaker and will talk on
"Travel of Interest." t

Fred Kilchensteln of Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh writes: "Here Is a hand
that may Interest you. Practical Practically
ly Practically all tables reached six spades
in our regular duplicate and ex except
cept except against me the ace of clubs
was opened whereupon the hand
became a spread.
"Against me, West got his fin fingers
gers fingers on the four of diamonds. I
played dummy's eight and East's
nine forced my king.
"You can see my problem.
Should trumps break evenly, I
could draw trumps and establish
the diamonds to make seven.
Should West hold three trumps
I would have to use up dummy's
last trumn. Then I could set one

discard of a club and would have
to wind up leading a club to toward
ward toward my king. If East held the

ace of clubs I would be home.

Otherwise I would be set.

"With the ace of clubs in the

West hand I could make the
hand by simply playing my king
of clubs and ruffing a second

club in dummy. That play would
collapse If East showed up with
the club ace since he would be
able to eive his. partner a dia

mond ruff.
"I finally decided on the aim

pie play. If that did not work IJ

wouldn't jook too siuy, i went

after the soades and the suit

failed to break. I drew the last
trump and It now appeared that
the whole hand would hinge on

the location of the club ace.!

"However there was one other
shot in my v locker. ? someone
might hold the queen of hearts

doubleton or even singleton. I

laid down my act and- kin of

hearts and, io and behold, the

aueen did fail."

Nice work. Fred. Set you at the

Nationals in Augusc --

ounty Prosecutor

Found In Embarace WitK Wife

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TM I S WEEKEND ...

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WASHINGTON, N. C, Aug. 22
(UP-A county prosecutor, the
grandson of a Confederate gener general,
al, general, confessed today he killed a
sL. recropper he found in a lovers'
embrace with his beautiful social socialite
ite socialite wife under a tobacco shed.
The prosecutor, J, D. (June)
Grimes, wh charged with mur murder.
der. murder. He admitted killing Haywood
Paul, 47, whom he found him with
his petitt. dark haired wife, Lil Lil-lie,
lie, Lil-lie, in the' lonely shed at midnight
last Friday.
Paul, a slightly-built man with
sideburns and squinty eyes, was
known locally as a "ladies man,"
deputies said, But until -the slay slaying,
ing, slaying, he had a "good reputation."
Mrs. Grimes, 38, a member of
one of this town's most respected
families, was under a physician's
care. She was known as one of the
most beautiful women in Eastern
North Carolina society. She has
five children.
Contrasts Many
The story of the triangle was
filled with contrasts. Mrs. Grimes
lived in & rambling, two story
frame manor -style home in a
grove of pines dominating the
farmlands owned by her husband
and his family on the outskirts
of this town.
The Grimes' estate is dotted
with neat, small tenant homes and
rows of tobacco barns connected
by fenced lanes. Paul, father of
two grown children, lived in a
nearby tenant house. The rich to tobacco
bacco tobacco land i. flat, dotted with pine
trees. Much of.the farm is pasture
land.
Acquaintances said the tanned,
leathery-faced Paul considered
himself "a ladies man" despite
his "scrawny size."
Sheriff William D. Rumlep, dis disclosing
closing disclosing Grimes' statement that he
had found an "affair existed" be between
tween between Paul and his wife, declined
to say whether either or both were

fully clothed. Deputies who went
to the scene confirmed that

Grimes discovered his wife and
Paul togethei, having gone to the
tobacco shed with a pistol. Grimes
and his wife were the only wit witnesses.
nesses. witnesses. Town Shaken
The disclosure that a triangle
motivated the slaying rocked this

old tidewater plantation town a
the head of the Pamlico River to
its social roots. It had been known

since Saturday that Grimes had

killed Paul.

District solicitor Walter Cahoon

said prosecution of Grimes would

be an "extremely difficult task"

oa the basis-of Grimes' claims

that sanctity of the home was in
volved.'

. But, Cahoon said he Intended to
"prosecute this case just a con conscientiously
scientiously conscientiously as I can." Ha said it

was very mceiy '. tnat, urimes

would be charged with second-

decree murder.

Grimes, held under $10,000 bond,

has refused to ma ice any state'

ments for publication. He resigned

as county solicitor Tuesdap and
retained a battery of prominent
attorneys, including the brother of
a state supreme court justice,
John Rodman of Washington.

Crimes is the grandson
famed Confederate officer,

of a
Maj.

FCAA Dinner,
Meeting Canceled
A dinner meeting of the Fed Federal
eral Federal Government Accountants
Association, originally scheduled
for next Monday evening, has
been cancelled, It was announnc announnc-ed
ed announnc-ed today.

Gen. Bryan Grimes, whose iamily
ioundeil the nearby town of
Grime.-lam". The family hps been
Eromirent in Eastern North Caro Caro-na
na Caro-na for a century.

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NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE CO., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS OF DEC. 31, 1956

ASSETS
Cash in Banks and Office
Bonds ..........
Stocks . . . . .
Premiums in Course of

Collection

' rtefnsurance Recoverable on

- Paid Losses
Real Estato
Other Ledger Assets ....
Accrued Interest

LIABILITIES

$ 3,656,728.19
30,756,520.08
28,991,810.05

3,823,029.02
735,833.06
788,150.21
4,589,220.78
197,096.50

$73,538,387.89

Reserve for Claims .....
Reserve for Unearned
Premiums
Reserve for Taxes .....
"ReseiW' foP Other Liabilities.
Capital i
Surplus

Surplus for Policy Holders.

$ 9,047,880.00
29,707,534.82
829,372.64

5,169,133.17

3,000,000.00
25,784,467.26 ;

$73,538,387.89"

$28,784,467.26

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ger Waif Alstte

Pilot Tells Brooklyn
Players Now Or Never

Before 3rd

By MILTON RICHMAN
: NEW YORK, Aug. 22 (UP) Manager Walt
Alston has bluntly told his Dodgers, "It's now or
never" and apparently they belive him.

' The Dodgers, about to tangle
liead-on with first-place Milwaukee
tonight in the first of a three-game
aeries, are "in momentum" with
a three-game winning streak and
honestly believe they can overtake
Jhe Braves..
"We've been through this kind
tot pressure many times before,"
said veteran Duke Snider today.
'We know we have to get the job
tione now, and what's more, all
of us think we can."
The Brooks combined the three
essential pernant-winning elements
Mine pitching, solid hitting and a
flawless defense in handing the
ricinnati Kedless their ninth
Straight defeat, 8-0, yesterday.
Don Newcombe, sifter fix ur.
'successful tries, finally won his
10th garni of the season and it
, was a neat five-hit job tht boost boosted
ed boosted Brooklyn within 6V2 games of
the idlo Brav'Js.
. Gino Cimoli gave Newcombe an
larly 3 0 lead when he belted a
lome run with two on in the third
nning and the Dodgers hammered
fal Jeftcoat from the box with a
ive-run outburst in the seventh.
. The Now York Giants put an
Ind to the Cardinals' four-game
Winning streak with a 13-6 victory
fn the only other National League
jame scheduled.
In the American League, the
rVhite Sox mauled the Senators,
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12-6; Baltimore defeated Detroit,
9-3; 'n Kansas City Athletics cut
the Yankee lead to six games by
trimming the world champs for
the second straight time, 6-3, and
Boston ended a five-game losing
streak with a 3-1 victory over
Cleveland.
Six home runs were hit in the
Gianis Cardials tussle, with Wal Wal-ly
ly Wal-ly Moo", Stan Musial, Eddie Mik Mik-sis
sis Mik-sis and Ken iBoyer connecting for
St. Louis, and Willie Mays and
Hank Saucr hitting homers for
New York.
The Giants routed loser Lindy
McDanie: with a six-run outburst
in the third inning and Valmy Tho Thomas
mas Thomas tripled with the bases full in
th- fifth to highligh: a four-run
rally. Bonun southpaw Mike Mc Mc-Cormick
Cormick Mc-Cormick w.is the winner, coming
to startt'i- Stu Miller's rescue in
the lirst inning after Moon and
Musial had homered with the bas bases
es bases emply. The loss dropped the
Cards 61 ? games behind Milwau Milwaukee.
kee. Milwaukee. The White Sox rallied for seven
runs in the third inning to clinch
their game with Washington ear early.
ly. early. Six of those seven runs were
uneamej lollowing errors by Ed Eddie
die Eddie Yosi. and Rocky Bridges. Nel Nellie
lie Nellie Fox and Larry Doby each col
lected three hits in Chicago's 12 12-hit
hit 12-hit assault.
Bob Ushur, Roy Sievers end
Art Schult each homered for the
Senators, all oif the blows com coming
ing coming with the bases empty. Re Reliever
liever Reliever Gerry St,ley was credit credited
ed credited with his fifth victory while
Rues Kemmjrer suffered his
eighth defeat.
' Joe Durham inoMAJ.VPilarclk
etch blasted three-run" homers to'
lead the Orioles to their victory
over the Tigers. Ray Moore, who
registered his ninth victory, blank
d .the Tigers until the seventh
when Detroit reliever Lou Sleater
walloped his third homer of the
season with two on. Ken Lehman
relieved Moore in the ninth. South Southpaw
paw Southpaw Billy Hoeft gave up Balti Baltimore's
more's Baltimore's first four runs to suffer his
eighth defeat.
Jim Pievsall's two-run homer in
the third inning paved the way for
the Red Sox victory over big Mike
Garcia, whose only satisfaction
was in holding Ted Williams hit, hit,-less
less hit,-less in four trips to cut Ted's bat batting
ting batting average to .385. Willard Nixon
helped himself to his 10th victory
by singling before Piersall's hom homer.
er. homer. Former Yankees did all the dam damage
age damage as Kansas City won its first
series from New York since mov moving
ing moving west from Philadelphia. One Onetime
time Onetime Yank farmhand Jack Urban
pitched the eight-hit victory, with
ninth-inning help from Virgil
I Trucks, and in the three-run first
inning which tagged Johnny Kucks
with the loss, the names of Vic
1 Power, Billy Hunter, Boh Cerv,
Billy Martin and Woody Held fig-:
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proved to be the winning runs
came in the fourth inning on a
' walk to He'd and singles by Tim
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Most table tennis observers were
not wrong in their views regard regarding
ing regarding the outcome of this year's U U-nisport
nisport U-nisport Table Tennis Tournament.
Wednesday night's matches sub substantiated
stantiated substantiated their conception about
the wielders to beat in the big
classic of the miniature court-racket-ball
pasttime.
The results show such prominent
smashers as Arthur Josephs, Hi Hiram
ram Hiram Johnson, George Granum.
Frank Durham, Luis Moreno ana
Stanley Hall stretching themselves:
to the second round of the tour tourney.
ney. tourney. The onl; newcomer, to measure
up in Wednesday's struggle was
George Cumberbatch whose1 match
against Clifton Innis proved the
thriller of the evening. Innis in
taking the evening's top honors and
spotlight, which he shared with
his conquerer Cumberbatch, dis displayed
played displayed unusual sportsmanship as
he congratulated his opponent for
his courage and tenacity in the
hectic uphii' tussle.
' Results follow: Cumberbatch o o-ver
ver o-ver Innip 16-21, 21-18, 21-19, Gra Granum
num Granum defeated Sampson 21-13, 21 21-17,
17, 21-17, Joseph's whipped Austin 21-4,
21-16, Hall beat Seales 24-22, 22-20;
Moreno twined back Leacock 22 22-20,
20, 22-20, 21-13. Johnson won over Nevers
21-14, 21-13 and Durham eliminat eliminated
ed eliminated Bryce 21-14, 21-18.
Tomorrow's Matches
Eleanor
Stewart 7:
McFarlane
30
vs Elm j
Grace Yearwood vs Pricilla Jor Jor-don
don Jor-don '7:30
Hall vs Cumberbatch 8:00
Winner Hill Stevenson vs
Johnson 8:30.
H.
Rademacher Has
'Fleliblriiali
For Title Fight
By HAL WOOD
SEATTLE, Wash. (UP)-Chal-lenger
Pete Rademacher, a lean
210-pounds of fighting farmer, said
today he had laid "flexible" plans
for his 15 round heavyweight
shampionship bout with Floyd Pat Patterson
terson Patterson tonight.
By "flexible," he said he meant
he would wait and see how Pat Patterson
terson Patterson wanted the bout to go
cautiously or a slugging match.
plan of battle," said tre soft-
spoken ex-Army lieutenant. "T h e
only time I tried that before, in
the amateur ranks, I got licked."
But exuding confidence from
every pore, tne lormer wasmngton
State football player and current
Olympic heavyweight boxing
champion, wasn't a bit worried
about what lay ahead.
"As a matter of fact, we aren't
looking past this bout in any
way, re pointed out, but we al
ready have many offers for the
future."
Both the Patterson and Rade Rademacher
macher Rademacher camps set light calisthen calisthenics
ics calisthenics and long walks as the order of
the day as they awaited the
weighing-in ceremonies Thursday
at noon p.s.t. Rademacher said he
expected to come in at "around
2T0" pounds.
Patterson, while signing dozens
of autographs for boys from a
nearby school visiting his training
set-up, said he figured he was in
just as. good condition now si he
was for the Tommy (Huricane)
Jackson battle last month.
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Marlboro Cops RP Basketball
Championship Despite Losing

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SPECIALISTS IN CLOUT
Mickey Mantle, the Yankee
American League batting title

losers. Both seem likely to wind up close to the ".400 mark.

New Yorkers Wondering
Why They Lost Giants

By STEVI SNIDIR
NEW YORK. Aug. 22 (UP)
New Yorkers have Tost the Giant
and now they're wondering why.
Officially, it's merely a. matter
of dollars-and cents.
"iBaseball," said elub President
Horace' Stouehtfm. "is a combine
Uon- of business and! sport. We
need the business to maintain the
sport. Business is bad in New
York and that's why we're moving
to San Francisco."
That's indisputable truth but at
the "wake" in Stoneham's head
quarters Monday, where more
than 50 newspaper, radio and TV
reporters gathered to hear the
word of transfer, no two could
agree on just why business was
so bad.
Chif Villains
Chief villains were free TV, an
outmoded ball park, competition
from the nearby Yankees and
Dodgers, a relatively poor club,
the flight of New Yorkers to the
suburbs and Stoneham, himself.
One suggested baseball has a
secret master plan to have only
one team in each major league
city, thereby exploiting TV -either
free or toll to the fullest extent.
Another insisted New Yorkers
are too blase.
"They won't pay to see a loser,"
he said. "Even the Yankees would
not draw without those perennial
pennants."
One blamed night harness rac racing
ing racing and even Stoneham admits
that hurts. Still, the Yankees don't
seem to mind.
Stoneham took the .rap on two
counts public relations and for
the showing of the club. These!
criticisms were comparatively
mild and without a trace of bitter
ness for the amiable club presi president
dent president is held in high personal es esteem.
teem. esteem. No Secret
Nevertheless, it's no secret the
Giants long have had the weakest
public relations among the three
clubs in the big town, often com coming
ing coming up with ill timed announce announcements
ments announcements or missing the boat on pro promotions.
motions. promotions. Stoneham, not his em employes,
ployes, employes, was blamed.
When, Frank Lane moved to the
National League Cardinals from
the American League White Sox,
he tried to engineer a trade with
the Giants. He was told to rendez rendezvous
vous rendezvous at a secret spot not in New
York but in Philadelphia.
"Good gosh," snorted frantic
Frankie, "you can get more pub publicity
licity publicity out of a well-advertised trade
discussion that produces o trade
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Bomber, are in a fight for the
with the pitchers the real
than you can out of a lot of deals
you actually make.
But the talks were 'secret and
unproductive. ;
A writer who has traveled' with
the Giants for year -noted
"Willie Mays, over the last four
seasons, has belted more home
runs than- Mickey Mantle and
some of them have Taeen tremen
dous shots. But who invented the
tape measure? The Yankees, who
began to claim records for Mic
key."
Third In Talent,
Talent-wise, the Giants strictly
are third banana to the Yankees
and Dodgers in the big town, with
aionenam Demng neia responsible
for that as the club's big b o s a
Actually, their record in recent
years is better than many other
clubs, including pennants in 1951
and 1954. It's not, however, good
enough for New York, where the
Yankees and Dodgers have been
dominant forces not only in this
city but throughout baseball over
the last 10 years.
At the end, one TV reporter
asked Stoneham if he thought he
was hoing fair to New York kids
in taking the club to California.
"Well," said Horace thought
fully, -we see a lot of kids. They
get in free. It's their fathers who
don't come out to see us."
It's as simple as that and when
Horace packs up his club for the
trip west all hands will pipe him
overboard with best wishes for
success in persuading those San
Francisco fathers to join the kids
at the bail yard.
Mocambo, Clayton
Return Basketball
Clash For Aug. 31
Suspense of the basketball fans
is mounting day by day for a re
turn match between the Ct. Clay'
ton Cavaliers and the Marlboro
quintet of the Panama Provincial
C ge League.
The GI's from Reeder Gym bat
tered the Marlboro five some time
ago, 88-58, and then went on to
trounce the Balboa Beer quintet
84-67, tnus becoming tne first Ar
my teim to trounce two star
teams from the Republic of Pa
nama.
Both teams are now chopping
down all resistance in their respec
tive cage loops. The Marlboro
lads are whipping down all resist-
lada are whipping all comers in
the Panama Provincial Ma Jar
league, anc tne pace-setting Ca
valier are bashing away all eon
tenders in the Panama Area Arm
ed Forces League.
The return match will he held
on Saturday, Aug. 31 in the Clau Claudia
dia Claudia Lowe gymnasium of the Abel
Bravo College in Colon, sponsored
by the Mocambo Club. The pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds will go to charity. There
will be a preliminary game, which
will start promptly at T p.m. fea featuring
turing featuring the Margarita, All Stars
vs. the Abel Bravo College.
The Fort GulLck Army Band
will be on band to liven up the
affair. Trophies for the game will
be donated by the Altamira 1ub
of Panama City,. and Alfonso Gis Gis-cora'ie.
cora'ie. Gis-cora'ie. Admission price for adults will
be 23 cnu; lor children 15 cents.

FINAL SERIES STANDINGS
PANAMA PROVINCIAL
BASKETBALL LEAGUE

Teams1
Marlboro
Cerveza Balboa
Gallito.
Panama
W L
4 1
Pet
.800
.400
.400
.400
The Marlboro Cigarette basket
ball team,, although losing to Cer
veza Balboa by a lopsided 90-60
score m the second game at the
National Gym last night, became
champions of the 1957 Provincial
League Basketball season when
the Gallito Cigarette auintet de
feated Panama Cigarettes 77 72
in the first, contest.
After the Panama team't de
feat, it was mathematically impos
sible for Marlboro, which finished
the series with a 4-1 record, to
lose.
The new chamDions. cnsrhitri hv
Rodolfo (Fifi) Tom, amassed a
total of 11 wins and four setbacks
during the regular season, and
the final series. They had finish finished
ed finished the, tegular -season in a second-place
tie with Gallito, behind
the defending chamn
Balboa,
The Other three team in h
final series finished up in a 2 3
secOnd-place tie.
W last nisht's lidliftor ftallifn'.
Arturo Agard dumoed a total nf
40 points to make him top scorer
for the evening. He sunk more
than hal fof his team's 77 mark markers.
ers. markers. Eddie Bermudez dunked 26
points to lead the losing Panama
Sports
The Paraiso Junior High School
waic cage team ciosea out a suc
cessful season Wednesday when
the boya journeyed to Rainbow Ci City
ty City for the final game of the 1957
campaign. The sauad. in auest of
interschools honors, had to take
the final, encounter to break even
wiutoaia wrui,,,ny, trounced
Paraiso' waa abarp this yeaf la
foal production, scoring 108 poinls
in the last two engagements 58
againat Santa Cruz .and the 30 pro
duced weanesoay against K a 1 n-
bow City, This arcomplishment
was due to the excellent olavina
01 jcauaroo uiaoes. uyru Year-
wood, Ronald Sealev. Adolnhvs
Beckles, Cardinald Blades, Juan
Mng and Rupert Yard.
The kids' older brothers in the
senior high, who have triumohed
for the past two years in the cage
circuit, were uus wees mucn oc occupied
cupied occupied whipping themselves into
shape for the initial encounter of
their five game series with the
Rainbow City High.
This year's sauad la made on
of several newcomers who wasted
no time in adapting themselves to
the various techniques employed.
The team's roster follows: Alfred
Titus, Dawson Jolley, Hilton War Warren,
ren, Warren, Lionle Blades, Ruthwin Sam Samuels,
uels, Samuels, Gilberto Moreno, Oscar
Townsend, Hugh Powell. Elvarar-
do Baptiste. William Millet, Rob
ert Blades, Steve Garnett, New Newton
ton Newton Buckner, Frederick McKenzie
and Cecil Williams.
This aggregation went through
an extensive campaign of intra
mural activities as a means of
keeping fit for the forthcoming
tournament. According to critics
in school circles, there is no rea
son why the Paraiso School should
not maintain its predominance at
tamed over the past two years.
Teener League
Meeting Tonight
At Margarita r
Noel Gibson, president of the
Teener Baseball League announe
ed that a meeting has been sched
uled for tonight at the Margarita
Clubhouse bingo room at 7:30
p.m.
Business manager Don Hughes,
as well as the president of the
loop, have requested and are anti
cipating a Urge attendance in a
display of support for the nation
al champions and next years teen
er etama. '.'
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The league still is in need of
all the assistance available in or
der to keep up this project. There
are several ways In which each
and every Interested oersoa can
help. The league can always use
financial assistance; "umpires,
coaches and score keepers are
needed. Even more important, the
moral support and knowledge that
the community is behind this proj project,
ect, project, is considered necessary tor
it'a. complete success,, :
Here now Is a chance for every
one is the community t show
their interest and support of the
youngsters. BssebalL like all oth-
erathJetic events, has always been
a great ueans of keeping the
youngsters on the right trsck. And
now, with the National Teener
League championship is one of the,
laurels, more should be done to
keep op the health interert ta
Teener JaetaU.

Editors CONRADO SARGEANT

Na"onai League
Teams
W L Pet.
73 45 .619
67 52 .563 6V4
68. S3 .562 ,6Vi
61 58 ,513 .J2Wi
61 58 .513 1216
57 66 .463' 18V4
46 70 .397 26
43 74 .368 29H
Milwaukee
St. Louis
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
New York
Chicago
Pittsburgh
1
Today's Ganws
Milwaukee at Brooklyn (N)
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N)
Chicago af New York
Yesterday's Results
St. Louu 200 010 0126 10': 3
New York 106 041 I0x-13 13 2
L. McDaniel (10 8), Merritt
Schmidt, Wilhelm, Miller and Lan Lan-drith,
drith, Lan-drith, H, Smith.
S. Miller,
Thomas.
McCormick (S-0) and
Cincinnati 000 000 000 0 5 1
Brooklyn 003 000 50x 8 11 0
Jeffcoat (9-11), Nuxhall, Free Free-in,
in, Free-in, an, Fowler and Bailey.
Newcombe (10-10) and Roseboro.
Only games scheduled.
five.
Cerveza Balboa's 90 points was
the highest team scoring of the
season. Balboa's Luis (Rombo) Pe
rez, 18, and Dano de Leon, 28,
dropped in 46 points between
then. Julio Noel and Fernando
Tom with nine and eight points re respectively,
spectively, respectively, were high men for
Marlboro.

Toronto .Apparently Plans t

To Remain On Top In IL

NEW YORK,. Aug. M (UP)
It took tne Toronto uapio Lean
more than a month to get atop the
International .League, and, f rem
ther .way 'thejryt-iplaylnar of late,
apparently they plan to stay there
Inr aurhila '
' The Leafs, scorlnt In clusters.
unleashed 13 hits last night to down
the Montreal Royals. 9-4. and re
main one-half game ahead of the
second-place Buffalo Bisons, who
held first place sine July 6,
Don Johnson, who needed relief
help from Bobby Tietenauer, pick
ed up his 14th win for the Leafs
against live losses, while Jackie
Collum, who started for Montreal,
took his seventh loss against 10
wins, .r.--; :", v
The Bisons kept pace, howev however,
er, however, by defeating the Rochester Red
Wings, 4-1, behind the five .hit
pitching of' Walt Craddock, who
ran his record to 13-7. :;
The third-place Richmond Virgi Virginians
nians Virginians slipped six games off the
pace by dropping a twinbill to the
Havana Sugar Kings, 9-4, and 4-2,
the second game in 11 innings,
and the Columbus Jets defeated
te Miami Marlins, 8-1 in other
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Teams W L Pet. ttt
new xorK 77 42 ,647
Chicago UI48 .597
(Boston 62 56 .525 144
Detroit 9 .0- .496 18
Baltimore 57 60 .487 19
Cleveland it 63 .475 204
Kansas City 47 73 .392 30V4
Washington 46 71 .383 31ft
New York at Kansas City
Baltimore at Detroit
Boston at Cleveland -.
Only Karnes scheduled? y
Yesterday's Results ;
Baltimore 301 031 1004 IS 6
Detroit 000- 000 300-4 7 0
Moore (9-10), Lehman and Trian Trian-dos.
dos. Trian-dos.
Hoeft (5 8), Shaw,. Sleatef and
House. '
Washington 012 200 100 fi 10 t
Chicago 007 014 00x-12 12 1
Kemmerer .(7 8),'. Abernathy,
Hyde, Stohbs and Fitzgerald.
Derrington, Fischer Stale (S-0)
anil T nllnr
(Night Game) -
Boston 002 000 001-4 S
Cleveland 000 000 010 1 7 0
Nixon (10-8), Pelock and' Daley.
Garcia (6-8), ;Tomanek and R
Nixon. ,v
(Night' "Game) '
New York 000 101 001-3 f
Kansas City 300 200 Olx 6 7 0
Kucks (7-8), Ditmar, Cicotte and
Berra. s (
Urban (3-2), Trucks' and ThomjH
soq.
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Teams
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Richmond (
Rochester ;
Miami
Havana
Columbus
Montreal ;
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YlSTIRDAY'S RISULTS V
Havana 030100-023 S 10-4
Richmond t OOO-OIO-OOO ; 1--
Gueche and Isquierdo; BetheL
Nardella (6), Kite (9) and ChicU
LF Bethel. HRs Alraru (2),
Windhorn. v '
' (Sfieensl 0.me)
Havana 4, Richmond 2.
Montreal 010-000-102
I t 4
Toronto 003-O21-O3X
1 13-3
Collum, McMinn (8) and Pigna-
tanor Johnson,) Tiefenauer (9) and
Roseili. WP Johnson. LP Col
lum. HR Gehe. ( t
Miami ; ') ? lOO-OOO i 4-iX
Columbus S01-2U-01X 9 130
Bunker. Adams (1). Qualtert (I).
Rogovin (7 ) and Bucha Coatef
and Hall, Kravitx. LP Adams,
HRs Locklin; Young, Powers, an
Kravita.
Buffalo
4, Rochester i, i
pon

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Gmyson Finds tfblumg Valley Picking Rademacher To Win
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By JOE KING

Mickey, Ted Hilless
Again-Hanlle Gains
Poinf On Thumper

Sucar 'Ray Robinson philoso-

thlied about fe. "At 36," lie
aid, lighter definitely is not

1 ominr on any more; but now
P jUch his axe affect uln i rs In

the ma jr

j HIS UUOlt-BttJis nuuwinwt.
Xbasll i)io. chops tff ayar
Ifi tw Jor ,Eis I'athletifj ag ; a
xJbctxir.gr amateur often adds one
t aualify for the AAU, or.state

con m i ssions. Anyway, y

itands on 38.t if y'--

,Tti middlewelijht champion is

takinr weight for age m ms ti title
tle title defense n against 30-year-old
Carmen Baslllo. welter cham

pion, at Yankee Stadium- Sept.
23f Robinson disparages : the
weight pull,' f i C)
' Itrwla 'be five or six pbundsi
not more," he estimated, "'I'm
down' to 192 and I wish it were
170. I will come in- at 159 or
159l4vI never found extra weight
$o be -helpful." :'-
. Robinson sped through, a tlirf
workout Monday at Greenwood
take, It wasn't the few rounds

f sparrinr io much as the con
tinuous effort, including special specialty,
ty, specialty, act rope-skipping and trick
bag work, which ; kept ? him
streaming with -sweat under a
' soaring sun. He looked and acted-
amauinjly trim five 1 weeks
before the tight to anyone who
zecalled bi own physical shape
at 36 or 37.' :'.V;'"-' vv:"
George Galnford. the old pro
and camp boss, said r "He won't
drop under his right welghtrThis
work hs.rdfirts him. but we will

.have to rest him. at the. right
; times.,--M v-'.;: V--

-. Robinson, a gou aevotee, lurns
down the game In trainta i It
may amaze duffers to learn that

igolf is not reiaxmsr to, a. prize

hard Puncher with ft. definite

stvle. not like Fullmer, who is

very unorthodox." I'd Bay he is

closest to XaMotta in style, of

thnsp I havii roueht."

;'A style fighter syep as Basllio
can't surprise hlhtrEaV said, bef

cause wne oi jp esiaDiisncu ui ui-letes
letes ui-letes are typed. It goes for base..

ball and football, too. and they

know and you taqwyhat they
cait do besiL-ivsJ i 'iZs 3
"If they switch, they go away
ffom their streneth." tie expand

ed. c"and they don't da that.

Not atrainst a Robinson. h;

The collapse of the Dodfrers,

for whom be roots, may nave
brought a thought of age' to
Robinson.. "It's too bad to think
that team Is shot," be lamented.
"Campy is having, two bad Vear
in a row, and Reese isn't doing
what he could, and Robinnon Is
gone. Without those three well,
it's toe bad." ' i
. Although a Dodger fan, Ray
would have liked to see Jackie
Robinson nliy with.Wlllle ; Mays
on the Giants. "Can you Imagine
how1 much it would have helped

Mays to have Robln3on on tnose

bases withx:m?"

Like The Clean Air.

Robinson trains fflve days n

week. That's nothing newA He

followed that routine since Jac

Blackburn tipped him off: 15
years ago that the humsn body
wasn't mechanical, und ought to

be rested after three straight

days of won:. ;

Greenwoed Lake un't as exeit

ink-as Paris . Berlin '.:, Lon

don ... Antwerp ... ara other

places the rlobetrotter fought,

but It's lucky to him since mo.

don't cet a rest." Kay expiainen,
'and it's competition which isn't
restful, and I set my road -work

' in the mornings, anyway.".

Athletes Are Typed t
Robinson -saw Basllio fight
twice, against DsMarco and Sax-'

r ton. How does ne Iiguf e tae wei-j

ter champ?

i

"He is 2 rough, aggressive, to me.

air, which also Is a change from

Montmartre. or New York.
Bob'nson noted -vryiy tl,at'he
had better win this one. because
champions aren't- supposed to
lose, Y on can't have an of day
like- a .baU player.- he said; "or
people will talk. After I lost my
first few. I heard that they were
talking. After Josin to ml)mr.

they began intimating -nirccuy

NIW YORK, Aug. 22 (UP)
Ted Williams and, Mickey Man-,
tie went hirless again last night,,
but Mantle gained one point in
.their battb toi" the ,Anvrien
League batting title". 'lf 'C
WiNiams .was' up fouli'limM'aS
i gaintt Mike Garcia of ClttUnd
! and dropped four- point! .385;
Mantle was unable to hit saifaly
In three at-bats against. Kansas
City and dropped thr points to
How;thty:eomparj?',;' l-. ?

WillUmi 366 79 141 81 72 .385
Mantle '396 106 151 32, 86 ,378

Along THe Fairways
CAMBOA GOLF CLUB NEWS

Gamhoa Golf and Country Club

announces to it s members that a
Two-Club Tournament is being
held there, this week-end, Aug. 24
abd 25. This will ,be t Dunlop

Tournament. -
It wili be- compulsory for each
contestant to use the putter, but
he has a choice of any other club.
The prizes will be awarded as fol follows;
lows; follows; Low gross, low net, second
low pet and if enough of the ladies
will come out for this tournament,
there will be a prize for them. A
three-quarter handicap of those
posted August 1, 1957 will be al allowed.
lowed. allowed. ,-.
Now, members, if you nave ev ever
er ever wondered which of your clubs
are the most necessary,' come on
out and try this tournament, then,
your questions will be answered.

By BEANS REARDON
Written for NBA Service

QUESTION: With runners

Balding Pete
Spellbinds
iortHwest
By HARRY GRAYSON

YAKIMA; Wash. (NEA) It is

preposterous just as preposter

ous as ,th0 lact that fete Kade Kade-macher,
macher, Kade-macher, amateur, is boxing Floyd
Patterson, heavyweight champion.
There aro people all over this rich,
busy country who feel Rademach Rademach-er
er Rademach-er is going to obliterate the cham

pion,. ;;

This is "The Fruit Bowl of the
Naton"and you'd expect the ap apple
ple apple growers fend packers around

here, to be sane, factual people.
So Paul Creighton, a meat pack packer
er packer in Grand view Pete's home'
town starts your day by saymg
calmly, "This fight will be a re replica
plica replica of the first Billy Conn Joe
Louis bout. Rademacher is 25
pounas heavier and. after being an annoyed
noyed annoyed for a number of rounds will

"whack Patterson out like you hit

a ny with a folded newspaper.
"If Pete loses, I'll have to move
out o town. I have the movie of
Pete knocking out that Russian at
Melbourne., When Pete hit him.

he put the uy's head right over

on ms snoiuuer."
The mere fact that Rarinmjiplipr

is going to fight is enough to con-

lue a mma conditioned to thinking
about fights for over 40 years. But

wuc" yeupie start saying, he is go-

i iu win, your nead give a bu

y signal every time you try to

uiwk toe thing out.
FROM TIETON IN THE north,
where Rademacher was raised on
an aoole orchard.

in the south, where his family now

iues us nomes, opinion is large

y me same. They tell you that

reie is not only big, strong and a
hard hitter, but smart. "He would
not have taken the match unless
he believed he had a chance," is

vne argument. The fact that he
has never had a profesional fight
doesn t seem to make a bit of dif-

lerence.
mu ...

mere are notes of caution, of
coue, but only one disenting vote

.um ue wuua. runt h. Cubber Cubber-Jey,
Jey, Cubber-Jey, ar fruit packer in Tieton, puts
the finger on why the match has
been so .severely criticized around
the world. -.v.
"I haven't seen Pete fieiit ilnp.

o'f, t.udnt ;t Yakima Jun.
ior CoUege," says Cubberley. 'But
can't forget that he was 'a- big
t r ,?w molasses
I can t vision his having increased
his speed enough to Beat a good

b x-auerson.",
Otherwise. Riiam.h.. --

au American bnv nt th. v.i..-

Valley i, rited a cinch around
here. So much so that 5,000 rooters
are roine tn rm. k. n j.

Mountains to see him win.
- Gus Shinn, physical director of
the Yakima YMCA where Rade-

v Dt,olt.f wueves this. "He
can beat Patterson. We never had
a harder hitter around here," he
streses. ;

tVtHtlM HOLLINGBER
the Jonc lime WhinfAn c...

CoUege footbaU coach who is now

iiuji oroser in Yakima, gives Ra Rademacher
demacher Rademacher a biff rhanoa

can happen when two guys start
'fo&S'l?.-, And Pete can belt."
The blind faith nt p.. u

friends and relations is based to

7," nve ot them at the
Yakima YMCA.
"Waltman could punch, too, and
everybody ttmcH mrt

fights," recalls Bob Marlev. Tip

ton fruit grower. "Waltman hit

itademacher plenty. That's how I
know Pete can take it Pattr.nn

has never been hit and Rademach Rademacher
er Rademacher will hit him.

I was interested In P.t.'. v.

havior and intelligence more than
his fighting ,ays Herman C.
Hopf. Yakima Junior fniw.

of men. "I was surprised when a
young man rf his culture and tal

ent 'urnea professional, hit rest
assured that this fight will not be
a walkaway for Patterson."
Rademacher was chosen iwrf.

man of the year is so manv nl..

on.es after flattening the Russian

How They Compare
SEATTLE, VVa&h., Aug. 22
(VP) Tale of the tape for to to-night's
night's to-night's world h e a v y w eight
championship boat between ti ti-tleholderl
tleholderl ti-tleholderl Floyd Patterson and
challenger Pete Rademacher:

Patterson
22
189
6 ft.
73 in
32ii in.
lff'j in.
40 in.
42 in., cl
14ia in.
12' in.
6 in.
12-M In.
21', in.
15ij in.
9, in.

Rademacher

age 28
weight 21b
height 6-1' 3
reach 77' in.
waist. 35 in.
. neck : 1754 in.
chest-normal 44 in.
hest-expanded 46 in.
biceps 14'3 in.
forearm 12V4 in.
wrist 7ij in.
fist 123 in.
thigh 22 Vi in.
calf 15 in.
ankle 9 in.

ivAajor League
Leaders

LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 300 official at batt)
National League

P and C
Musial. St. L.
Mays; N.Y.
Robinson Cm.
Groat, Pitt.
Aaron, Mil.

r ondy, Pitt.

G AB
119 465
121 460
115 468
91 367
115 472

94 357 '43 113 .317

Schoendienst M 115 496 67 156 .315
Moryn, Chi. 112 421 60 131 .311
Hodtfcs, Bkn. 117 449 70 138 .307
Cimoli, Bkn. 109 401 67 122 .304

R. H Pet.

74 159 .342
86 151 .328
80 153 .327
44 120 .327
92 154 .326

'fs P 4
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if?;!'' mmmmtl d
If l F:T!Er?rly :f rv,
yiiiMiMWfsWsWBMslMsM n'l I 1 11 I 1 1 Illsiiil ' i A
PsjMBWBBMs j
CHAMP WEIGHS IN Swaps, the glamour horse of the West, weighs in upon arrival at
i John W Galoreath's Darbv Dan farm, Lexington, Ky. Manager Olin Gentry and his son
Tommy check the record-cracking swifty's weight 1,245 pounds. Swaps is to stand at stud.

American Leagtn
Williams. Bos. 110 366 80 141 .385

Mantle, N.Y. 119 399 106 151 .3781

Woodling, Cle. 104 325 56 106 .326
Fox, Chicago 120 475 85 153 .322
Boyd, Balti. Ill 381 57 121 .318
Minoso, Chi. 119 439 78 136 .316
McDougald NY 110 424 73 29 .304
Skowron NY 105 391 50 118 .302
Doby, Chicago 97 344 49 104 .302
Malzone, Bos. 117 485 57 144 297

HOME RUNS
National League

Aaron, Braves
Snider, Dodgers
Musial, Cards -Crowe,
Redlegi'
Banks, Cubs

'iU American Ltagvs
"Mantle, iYanks-; iv,-v-ii
Sievers, Senator IT
Williams,".- Red Sox :
Colavito, Indians s ;
Wertz,' Indians ,'
Maxwell, Tiger
Zernial, Athletics
RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Musial, Cards
Aaron, Braves
Mays, Giants
Crowe, Rediegs
Hodges, Dodgers

American League

Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks
Wertz, Indisns
Minoso, White Sox
Skowrun,- Yanks
Doby, White Sox

- 34
33
30
28
26
82

: '321

"..31
h 21
; 20
" 20
20

B7
78

77

87
86
79
79
76
75

PITCHING W L

(Bated on 11 decisions)
Schmidt, Cards 10 1
Donovan, White Sox 14 3
Sanford, Phils 16 4
Grim, Yanks 10 3
Shantz, Yanks 10 3

Pet.

.909
.824
.800
.769
.769

Gun Club

.BALBOA GUN. CLUB

A total of five competitors signed up for the smallbore rifle
shoot Sunday morning 18 August 1957 at the Far ran range.
tv,i is not hi crowd as shooters ro. but it's enough; so we

ishot. Miss Jeanette Orr showed the boys how by taking hl hl-eun
eun hl-eun In every position and winning the aggregate with: a score
- of 58 points better than her closest competitor. t v
Very nice prizes consisting- of National Rifle Assn. medal medallions
lions medallions and building fund booster brassards were awarded to all
entries and $5.00 in merchandise was awarded to Miss Orr and
to Victor Morgan for 1st and 2nd place based on total acore..

The following is we usi 01 inairiouai. scores na pusiucu

results:

CUss

Name

A

Marksman" JJ W: Powell.
Marksman C- Daniel, 4

Marksman V.
Marksman D.

I
Sharp shooter

.Morgan.
-Laird.
-
J.: Orr.

Prone Sitting Kneel Stand

. (lx) (2x

15t 159
: V. (lX
171 160
2x) (lx)
180 ,181
(3x) v2x),
181, 175
(6x (2x)
191 184

. 148
(6x)
. 191
3x
. 188
2x)
. 181
(llx)
. 198

104
nx:
136.
,' '-139
139 '-139 (lxM
147

(lx)

AGG
(3x)
562
(8X)
f58
(6x
686
.(8x
684

(20xt

173 z

Prone h eun J. Orr. Hi-MKM C. Daniel.
P.mnn lii-eun J. Orr. Hi-MKM D. Laird,"" Jr. Jr.-Kit''
Kit'' Jr.-Kit'' --z I'f-pun J. Orr. Hi-MKM V. Morgan.'
f : v i:i gua J. Orr. U;-J.::-:M D. Laird, Jr.
A if 'e l.-.: J. orr. 2nd V. Morgan.

nrst ana secona, uie naaer, nits a weigmuner that his friends and
high bounder wide of third. The relations seem to believe it is a
runner from second broke with 'permanent thins.

. 1 J- 1 -II 1 .l: Ii

inc u.'u- m uu im wen iuwaiu inira
as the fielder goes for the ball.

His only chance to get the runner
is by tagging him. The runner
swerves behind him going more
than three feet out of the base
patn-as the third baseman gloves
the balL He cant make a play, so
throws to first. Isn't the runner
from second out for leaving the
base path? Bill Kelly,
A. Ordinerily, ys. But hero
ho has the chance. of swing call-

e sato tor run nor oUowod

to g more than thro foot out in

t to mterfer

Sports Briefs

A's RETURN COLEMAN
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP) The
Kansas City Athletics returned
left handed pitcher Rip Coleman
to the Buffalo Bisons.

Hoad-Rosewall Bow

To Kramer-Segura
In Doubles Match

CANNES, Aug. 22. (UP) A
wily Pancho Sogura and an
aging Jack Kramer of Pie
United States stomped the
yonng Australian aces Ken
Rosewall and Lew Hoad in a
doubles match here last night.
Segura and Kramer won in
split sets 6-3, 2-6, and 7-5.
The victory gave the United
States a 2-1 advantage over
Artralia in this International
Tournament which Is held here
in the center of the Riviera
annually.
In the final and decisive sin singles
gles singles matches to be played to tonight,
night, tonight, old timer Kramer meets
Hoad, the young Aussie star he
himself signed to play for
$125,000 and Segnra plays
Rosewall now a veteran of one
year of professional play.

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Alabama Segregation Bill Would Take
Voting Rights From Unwed Couples

YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY,
Autr. 22 ri)P) Seareization bills
are making progress in the Alaba
ma legislature, out me session
may end before they become law.
The Senate Judiciary Committee
yesterday approved measures that
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Prevent "racial incidents" by
requiring male passengers en
.' public transportation facilities
to get consent from women
befors sitting naxt to her.
Take voting eligibility from
unwH couples living together
and parents of legitimate chil children.
dren. children. The' passenger seating bill does
not mention race, but a sponsor
said "it will prevent an incident
where a Negro man might sit
down beside a white woman.1
(Both these bills have been ap approved
proved approved by the House, but there as
"some doubt the Senate wil have
time to take final action on them
Vfore the session adjourns.
The House is scheduled tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow to hear debate on a bill that
would abolish an Alabama coun county,
ty, county, dividing it up among five of
its neighbors.
Sen. Sam Engelhardt, a resident
of the county, said the measure
is intended "to guarantee that
Negroes will not control elections
Jn Macon County."
The county, in which Tuskegee
Institute for Negroes is located,
has a predominately Negro popu population.
lation. population. Meanwhile the school board in
Greensboro, N.C., has decided not
to file an answer to the suit ap appealing
pealing appealing its decision to allow Ne Negroes
groes Negroes to attend previously a 1 1 1-white
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Yeserday in Washington
House Republican leaders pro proposed
posed proposed a civil rights compromise
today which would provide for
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cases involving more than $300
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House Speaker Sam Rayburn
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The GOP leaders announced
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deadlock shortly alter President
Eisenhower told a news confer conference
ence conference tlui the Republican compro compromised
mised compromised was acceptable to him.
Eisenhower said the proposal ;
wuum Bit cigiucii me jui y uiai
provision. But he said it also
would "q'liet any justifiable alarm
that others might have as to ex excessive,
cessive, excessive, punishment of any kind."
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at Bella Vista, 2 bedrooms, living-dining
room, porch, kitchen,
bathroom. Recently painted,
near bus-stop, commissary,
church, theatre. Phone 3-2148
from 8 to 1 2 noon andt 3 to 7
p.m.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
ana bedroom apartment on
Automobile Row. $75.00. Tel.
3-3884.
contempt cases involving viola violations
tions violations of a wide variety of federal
laws, including anti-trust and la labor
bor labor legislation.
The Republican compromise,
unveiled at a news conference by
GOP House leaders, would not
provide itiry trials in cases involv involving
ing involving less than the $300 fine or 90
days' imprisonment.
House GOP Leader Joseph Mar Martin
tin Martin Jr. said the Republicans "re "reluctantly"
luctantly" "reluctantly" agreed to forego their
demands to strengthen other pro provisions
visions provisions of the Senate-passed civil
rights bill in an attempt to end
the deadlock in the House; s
- t t
Democrats' Move, Ha Says
He repeated his insistence that
the next move now was up to
Democratic leaders.
Martin said he did not plan to
submit the compromise to the
Democrats or to' the House Rules
Committee where the .controversi .controversial
al .controversial measure is stalled.
He als-j indicated that the Re Republicans
publicans Republicans would not join in
in a' move to convene the Rules
Committee to clear the bill for
House action unless the Demo
crats showed some willingness to
go along with their compromise
plan.
Martin said he could not see
how the Republicans "can go fur further
ther further towards compromising and
still have an effective bill." The
Democrats "need our votes," he
said, and "they must make con concessions
cessions concessions
Democrats have conceded they
need GOP votes to force Rules
Committee Chairman Howard W.
Smith (D-Va), a vigorous civil
rights foe, to call a committee
meeting, and act on the bill.
See Fatter Procedure
GOP leaders said their compro
mise would strengthen the bill by
providing a "quicker procedure"
for handling, cases where persons
are accusec al criminal contempt
for violating court orders to en enforce
force enforce voting rights.
Their ironosal would civp a fed

eral judge discretion in granting cars and along the banks of the
a jury trial in voting rights con- nearbv Seekonk River trying to
tempt cases. But if the judge de- find her. This morning, 19-year-creed
no jury trial, he could not j old Gerald Deroshzs spotted Ei Ei-impoe
impoe Ei-impoe higher penalties than a I leen when he leaned out a win-

t,,i, i

e, 90 days in jail or both.idow to shake breakfast crumbs

In a joint statement, the GOP

leaders said "this distinction ion 'chubby arm extended upward,
granting ury trials" is presently I ghe wa3 15 feet back inside the
made for criminal offenses in the space between a low garage and
District of Columbia." ,a two-story tenement. Her head
The jury tria! proposal of Dem-Wa5 pinioned between the build build-ocrslic
ocrslic build-ocrslic leaders would guarantee ines. She was almost silent bare-

iriai oy jury in an criminal con contempt
tempt contempt cases involving voting
rights. I would limit penalties to
$1,000 or six months in jail when
individual as
opposed to a corporation,
-
sin6t"al OPVIPAC
MIIVIUI rfVI llbVe

Tomorrow Afternoon inventor Of Radar
For Mrs. A. Barnes Gets Patent Right
' WASHINGTON, Ai g. 22 (UP) (UP)-1
1 (UP)-1 Mrs. Amy Maud Barnes, died col. William R. Blair of Kair
at her home in Rio Abajo yes- Haven, N.J., who was primarily
trday morning. She had been responsible for developing radar,
ailing for the past four month. j,as finally won a patent on his
but grew wors these days prior discovery, the Army announced to to-to
to to-to her death. day.
Funeral arrangements have Biajr, a retired Signal Corps
been scheduled for tomorrow. 1 scientist, conceived the idea for
The bodv will be at the Rt. the vital national defense aid
Chriatopher'i Church in Rio "prior to 1830," the Army said.
Abajo from 2 p.m. Funeral serv-! Because of the secrecy sur sur-lces
lces sur-lces will be held at 3 p m. by the rounding radar in World War II,
TUtr. Clarence Hayes, after Blair's patent application was not
which the body will be removed filed until 194S. He has had a
to Pueblo Nuevo Cemetery where "basic and fundamental" patent
burial will take place. j application pending since June of
Survivors are: Mr. and Mrs that year, the Army said.
William Peart, an adopted Radar is a pulse-echo system
daughter, Mrs. CUada Francu which a transmitter sends out
Hlnkaon. several nieces and e'rctrical jmpulses that bounce
nephewa and a granddaughter .1 k or echo from aircraft and
Miss rnestin Gallimore. leU.es- gargets. j

LEAVE rOUe? AD WITH ONE OP OUR

inuiuini ue rumjuuuiiia-m. uiuerjt naze CASA 3ALDO--Central
aAonn V oa .n unnDlfinui,k ....a

PARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de
VAN-DER-JIS S Street No. S3 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parooe Lefeyre

k. D.IU Vl.e IThutM
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1952 Kaiser Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan radio, white sidewalls,
brsnd naw seat covers, good con condition.
dition. condition. $450.00. Call Balboa 2 2-4484.
4484. 2-4484. Correction
FOR SALE: 1949 Hudson Com Commander,'
mander,' Commander,' 8 cylinders, radio, good
running condition. Leaving for
States, must sell. Call Balboa
2-1461.
FOR SALE: Duty paid 4-door
1954 Plymouth. Radio. Excel-,
lent condition. $1050. Call Bail-
boa 2-3390.
FOR SALE: -Minx
206 C.
Navy 3493.
1952 Hillman
Rodman. Phone
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford. V-8,
4-d'oor, mechanical shift, 2 tones.
$650, down payment $300. Tel.
Panama 3-2363.
FOR SALE: 1 950 Nash Embas Embassador
sador Embassador $150. Tel. Balboa 3032.
House 719-B.
FOR SALE: 1 956 Nash Rambler
station wagon. 1948 Hash. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving Isthmus. Phone 2-4508.
YOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, callotis callotis-ses,
ses, callotis-ses, Ingrown toe nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
, J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-2217
i
TRANSP0RTES BAXTER, S A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2 2451 j2j2562
learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding tr Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
. call
, JW RIDGE ? f
V GeAerai Aitent. SJ4'
GlbraltariT..tIe Us. Co -for
rates and information.
Tel, Panama 2-055J h
THE
NEW
canon
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
t
s4fefiff&
Panama N. York Colon
Rescuers Save
Tot Held Between
Walls For 20 Hours
PROVIDENCE, R.I., Aug.' 22
(UP) A chubby, three-year old
girl, wedged between two buildings
fnr ?n hours, was due out by a
wrecking company crew today.
She had slipped into the eight eight-inch
inch eight-inch space yesterday, apparently
while chasing a kitten.
Through the night, 400 search searcher,
er, searcher, huntpd throueh basements, box
from a table cloth. He saw her
ly whimpering.
The youth summoned the search
party and rescue workers began
battering a hole through the foot foot-thick
thick foot-thick cinder block garage wall to
rescue her.
Hundreds of persons stood in a
drizzle to watch the rescue opera operations.

AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT M-

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SERVICES
The FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Mercado El Ray, offers
efficient filling of prescriptions
and home delivery service. Phone
3-3416.
3-minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $5. Auro-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
The best dinners end drink
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
4- bar. Hotel Internacional "Pla
ta $ de Mayo.
Brain Disease Kills
Famed Norwegian
Explorer-Scientist
- OSLO, Norway, Aug. 22 (UP)
Norwegian scientist world famed
Arctic explorer professor Dr. Har Har-ald
ald Har-ald U. Sverdrup, 69, died last
night of a brain disease.
He was one of the last greaH
explorers of the classic period of
Arctic exploration.
Since 1948 Sverdrup had been
director of the Norwegian Insti Institute
tute Institute of Arctic Research. From 1949
he lectured as a professor in geo geophysics
physics geophysics at Oslo University.
Sverdrup was organizer of the
Anglo-Scandivian expedition to the
Antarctic in 1949-52. Recently he
participated in Norwegian prepara preparations
tions preparations for the International Geophy Geophysical
sical Geophysical Year.
In 1936 Sverdrup was director
of the Scripps Institute of Oceano Oceanography
graphy Oceanography at La Jolla, Calif., and
professor of the University of Cali California
fornia California in the oceanographic field.
He was the author of many,
books on scientific subjects and
was the recipient of many inter international
national international awards such as the Brit
ish Geographic Society MedaL
Negro Family To
Slay In Levilfowh
LEVITTOWN, Pa., Aug. 22-
(UP) A ban on gatherings of
three or more persons was im imposed
posed imposed by police today to end vio
lence and mass demonstrations
touched off by a Negro family's
moving in to this previously all all-white
white all-white community.
State Police Mai. William
Ruchs, In charge of the troopers'
guarding the home of Negro Wil William
liam William Myers Jr., announced he
would forbid any assemblies in
the ara.
.Any person garnering nere J5
k. ft D...U.

name w anrai, xvuius saiu. ...... . j ...
Demonstrations have been con- 'he United States joined the, Ct Ct-fin.j
fin.j Ct-fin.j moini, t ninM. a 4t nal orBanization during the first

ii"tu jiiaisiij sijiiito. n. luncii
lorce of 10 to 12 police guard the
home during the day and are re reinforced
inforced reinforced by about 50 other patrol patrolmen
men patrolmen at night.
Police Sg. Thomas Stewart, 30,
was knocked unconscious by a
stone last night, and club-wielding
police had to disperse a jeering
crowd of 300 persons.
A 15-year-old boy believed to
have thrown the stone was taken
to police headquarters. He was re
leased later in the custody of his
parents. Two other persons were
arrested on disorderly conduct
charges and fined $10 -and costs.
Stewart was taken to a Phila Phila-delpl.ia
delpl.ia Phila-delpl.ia hospital for observation
and treatment of an ear lacera laceration
tion laceration and a possible concussion.
For eight consecutive nights
demonstrators have massed in
front of the $12,500 ranch type
homa of Myers since he moved in
with his wife and three children
Aug. 13.
Three persons were injured,
none seriously, when police were
forced to use nightsticks to break
up the crowd which assembled
Monday night when Myers moved
back in after spending a week at
his parents' home in York, Pa.,
while repairs in the house were
being made.
Myers, a $5,000 a year refrigera refrigeration
tion refrigeration film employe in Trenton, j
N.J., has said he plans to con continue
tinue continue living in the house. j
East German Lads
Urge Thei Girls
To Pack Weapons
BERLIN, Aug. 22 (L'Pi A
Communist youth newspaper
urged East German giri c
learn to use a rifle and ignore
jeers from those who call them
"gun molls."
"You cannot tame the advocates
of a new mass people's murder
with lipsticks and frying pans,"
the newspaper Young World ad admonished.
monished. admonished. "If the war-thirsty wolves west
of the Elbe River realize that our
girls know bow to protect their
new society they will not be so
inclined to indulge in adventures."
. East German youth, me and
women, are issued weapons for
training in a para-military organ organization
ization organization cal'ed "The Societ for
Sport and Technology." j

"IT STREET. PANAMA UBRERIA

Ave. 45 s I.OUBDKS rtiaKOT At i is '7. ..." T. A ll-i
. n vi. . DADMirll cfil AfkOH ITKinfR149 central Ave.

ia Osa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY-Juslo Arosemena Ave. end 33 St. FARMACIA
I Street at FARMACIA "SAS" Vie Porras 111 NOVEOADES ATUIS Beside

Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Choose Clayco
blocks, They ere economical,
light, durable and do not crack.
Sixes: 4x12x12" $121.80 per
net thousand, 5x12x12" $175 $175-50
50 $175-50 per net thousand, 6x12x12"
$180.00 -per net thousand.
'Cia de Productos de Arcilla, S.
A.", Via Espana No. 37-49.
Phone 3-0160.
FOR SALE: 20 gallons electric
Frigidaire wather. heather. Perfect
condition. $65.00. Tel. 3-0580.
FOR SALE: 4x5 press camera
with flash, 6 film holders, car carrying
rying carrying ease, three sectional devel developing
oping developing tank, 19 developing
hangers. Complete for quick sale.
$95.00. Phone Albrook 4294.
Florida Seminoles
To Be Given Chance
As Self-Governmenl
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.
(UP) Colorfully dressed Sem Seminole
inole Seminole Indians lined up at three
reservations today to vote on a
white man's law that will give
them a form of self-government
for the first time in 100 years.
Some 448 of the Indians were
asked to ballot between 8 a.m
and 6 p.m. on whether they want
a federal charter and constitution
If approved, the proposal would
let the Seminoles run their own
internal, affairs through an elect
ed council of eight. It would be
similar to the council of elders
that ran the affairs of each vil
lage when the Seminoles ruled the
Florida woodlands.
The proposal also would set up
the machu.ery to send Indian
representatives to federal and
state agencies to voice Seminole
desires on the spending of funds
ior ineir peneiiw. ; t
The "Florida Indians have been
nrirhmif rMn0nirl leaders from
their own ranks for the most part
since the mid-1800 s. when U. &
Army troops broke- up the warring
nation and shipped pari pf the
nooulation to UKianoma.
Kenneth Marmon. federal Indian
agent here, predicted the proposal
would pass. He said it nacTDeen
discussed throughly by the 60p
Seminoles living on or near tne
Brighton, Dania and Big Cypress
reservations.
Eight New Employes
Hired By PanCarial
At Start Oi August
. ,
Eieht new employes, one from
i
two weeks in August, according
to the Personnel Bureau,
The new employe from the U
nited States is Walter J. Grymala,
of Superior, Wisconsin who has
been employed as a dipper dredge
engineer in the Dreding Division.
New employes hired locally are:
Mrs. Beverly A. Bove, Mrs. Ma
bel R. Jarvis, Mrs. Elizabeth H.
Kehoe, Mrs. Margaret A. Schultz,
and Mrs. Dorothy N. Travis, staff
nurses at Gorgas Hospital; Doro
thy N. Fleshman, clerk typist, E-
lectrical Division; and Vearon A.
Widner, auto repair machinist, Mo Motor
tor Motor Transportation Division in An An-con.
con. An-con. Japs Waive Trial
Rights In Case
Of USAF Pilot
MITO. Japan, Aug. 22 (-UP)
Japan today waived any claim for
trial jurisdiction of a U. S. Air
Force pilot whose plane killed a
Japanese woman on a takeoff this
month.
The Mito district procurator's
office said Lt. John L. Gordon,
oi trie. t-a.. wis on dutv at the
time of the freak accident and
the U. S. military therefore has
jurisdiction.
Gordon was taking off from a
runway at the Mito gunnery raage
Aug. 2 when the accident occur occurred.
red. occurred. His plane suddenly lost alti altitude,
tude, altitude, touched the ground and
knocked a man and his grand grandmother
mother grandmother from a bicycle on which
ithey were riding-on a road at the
'end of the runwav. i
Army Adopts Short
r n -1- S
summer rants ror
Troops In Europe ;
HEIDELBERG. Germany.-Aug.
22 (UP) The U. S. Arm Tester-
day announced adoption of a short-
pants summer uniform for its
troops in Europe.
The new ruling does not affect
the ban on Germaa lederbosen
leather shorts imposed two years
ago as part of a general cam campaign
paign campaign to make off duty soldiers
dress more neatly and conserva
tively.

PRECIAPO T Street No. M ApEMCIAS

Home Articles
FOR SALE: Settee, chair, small,
tables bed, roaster, refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, lamps, chest of drawers ( Pe Peruvian),
ruvian), Peruvian), "dining room, table,
Single bed. 3-7456 Panama.
FOR;: SALE: Two ? livingroom
chairs, venetien blinds, dresser,
household articles, carpenter
tools. Moderate price 629-A
OeLesseps. Phone 3-2847.
Red I Estate
Planning to retire? Northwest
Arkanaas. Three beedroom
modern home completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. 2Vi acres. Contac Blank Blank-enships,
enships, Blank-enships, 930 N. College Fayette Fayette-ville.Ark.
ville.Ark. Fayette-ville.Ark. WANTED: Would like to find
work en C. Zone for Spanish
speaking, maid. Neak, honest,
good worker. Must live in. Mrs.
Rowe 2-1644.
WANTED: Vacation quarters
or two beedroom house. Amer American
ican American couple. Panama 2-5474 or
3-6850.
111

, ,v ... v. Vi'to" art '3

vi-zi-wj-iue aoove p;iure was lasen-auring- a reception.' orierea on tne occasion or thi
Inauguration of the Glidden Panama. S.A.. oaint, center i on JosA Fno. ri l. cmna. t N.t.inne.i

Avenue. The new rjlalnt center

On, Japalac and the world famous Dramatone. paint technique.
and Mrs. Myrpn Fisher and, the special .representative of he

Hoffa Finally

About Ties With Hdodlums

WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 (UP)
Teamster crown prince James .R.
Hoffa admitted after hearing a
wiretap recording yesterday that
he "c.mld hay been" interested
in bringing racketeer Johnny Dio
into the Hnion.
He told the Senate Rackets
Committee before the recording
was played that he recommended
Teamster charter for a new
York AFL local controlled by Dio.
But he contended he was hot nec
essarily trying to get the mobster
into the union. -'
The committee then played a
tape recording which Hoffa iden
tified as being a telephone conver conversation
sation conversation between himself and Dio.
The committee said the wiretap
was obtained by New York police
on Feb. 26, 1953.
1 At the time, Dio's loeal of the
AFL United Auto workers was
conducting a drive to organise
New York taxicab drivers. ; The
Teamsters were trying to decide
whether to take over the local or
conduct a rival organizing cam campaign.
paign. campaign. J
The committee finally got
around to questioning Hoffa about
his ties with New York hoodlums
after spending almost two. days
looking into his background and,
finances. -
It ha Charged that the Team Teamster
ster Teamster vice president,-leading candi candidate
date candidate to succeed Dave Beck as
President of the giant union, en en-sted
sted en-sted Dio's aid in a" effort to rig
an election and get control of the
New York Teamsters set-up.
The dapper, fast -talking Hoffa
sst quietly la the Senate caucus
room as the. public address system
played the wiretap m whici he
and Dio discussed the juris dictiosv dictiosv-al
al dictiosv-al dispute. --.
.. During the conversation, the
voice identified as Hoffa's told Dio
M UCUC1 SCfc WMU VA V C
- ... . V
vvmouuec cuuaaei svuai
Kennedy said this took place after
a meeting at which Hoffa said
Beck had decided that Dm would
ot he broueht into the Teamsters.
But Hofla said there was "Doth-'
ing unusual" in, his telling Diff
later be wcuuld call back. He said
Beck's decision 'wouldn't preclude
me from talking to iobiaj Dio
about it." 7

WANTED: Cab drivers with

Panama and Canal Zona licences..
Useless apply without require require--
- require-- ments. Micro- Taxi. '.
WANTED: Bilingual employee,
capable of handing personnel.
Good salary. Micro Taxi S to
6 p.m, , r -
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO I'
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
FOR SALE: r Quality golden
fawn BOXERf PUPPIES registered
A.K.C. Foe. 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.
LOST: Hunting dog, white
small black spots. Missing around)
"Clayton Hospital. Call Panama 2 2-3151.
3151. 2-3151. Tovar.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1952 Harley
'Davidson Motorcycle 74, House'
371 -A, H. Cristobal.' Phone., 3
1633.-. vt,,-.

win offer ithe famou Glidden Rnnrl-sat.irt RnrAH-Tjit.r niM.

Questioned
Committee Chairman John L.
McClellan (D-Ark) permitted the
recording to be played over the
protest of Hoffa's attorney, George
S. Fitzgereld.
Hoffa said his earlier testimony
represented "the best of my recol recollection"
lection" recollection" and that the record "re "refreshed"
freshed" "refreshed" his memory on some con conversations
versations conversations with Dio. v. V
Pressed to say whether he was
interested in Dio's .becoming a
part of the Teamsters, Hoffa con conceded
ceded conceded "I could have been if that
would clear up the taxi situation."

FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL INSIST
always on CANADA DRY
"High-Ball wilhquf Canada Dry -Ij
Foul-Ball" ' :

GLIDDEN PANAMA, S. A.
37711 3-7712

Boats b Motors
, FOR SALE:' Small' outboard
speedboat, new 10-hp. Evinrude
motor, remote .controls, $425.
Phone 3-2831.
FOR SALE Class "A"' hydra
, "Dracula" a consistent winner,'
: boat, motor, trailer, equipment
$175.00. 1 88 Harding, Gam--1
boa 6-154,
FOR SALEf PHILLIPS or TER.
KO marine hardware. Immediate
delivery or i factory, shipments,
up to 50 discount. ABERNA.
THY SPORTING GOODSv A.
, across side street Panama Hotel.
Phone 3-6895.
FOR SALE: Must make space
for new Fiber-glass boots. Ar
riving sodn. All used" boats,
motors and trailers greatly reduc-
ed. ABERNATHY SPORTINO
. GOODS. S. A. across aide street -Panama
Hotel. Phono 3-6895.
FOR SALE 18 ft. loot, 225 b.p,'
Eveerudes trailer. Tel: 2-1569.
Lesson
Llona,r Sears Charm Course In i
Poise, Posture, Make-up. Skin
' Care, Grace, Voice., Studio at aid ;
of Hotel Panama. ) Please tele tele-.
. tele-. phon Panama' 3-0327 for Jn
formation
t ? ;''
If
Hosts as the party were Mr,
home office and his wife.
PersbnneI?Director
And Mrs. Dooldn
On Tour Of Europe
, E. A. Doolan,, Personnel. Direc Director
tor Director of the Panama Canal Co., and
Mrs. DolTan left today for a- vaca
tion of about two months, which I
they will spend in Europe. I
During Doolan's absence, George I
p.' welsh, chief of ; the Employ
meat and Utilization Division,, will
act as Personnel Director.'
Mr. and Mrs. Doolan will travel
by plane, to .and from Europe.
They will fly first to Lisbon and
will eo to England after brief vis
its is Spain, Francand the Scan!
dinavian countries. Later t h e y I
wilt make an extended motor touil
of England and Europe. , n

3IANAGER M



THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1937

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE NINE
BY GEORGE WUNDER
THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE
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- Hollywood, Aug. 22 (up--
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spicy. Confidential criminal 11 11-bl
bl 11-bl trjal in the heat of a defense
move aimed at proving M
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boxers and singer Dorothy Dan Dan-drldge
drldge Dan-drldge made love in the woods
with a bandleader.
Top-secret sources of lua
stories in Confidential and
Wriisper magazines were dio dio-1
1 dio-1 closed yesterday prior to the
adjournment of the trial until
tomorrow. The defense main maintained
tained maintained that affidavits were ob obtained
tained obtained to substantiate stories on
.,.v, film relehrities as Ciarx
1 r.ihin Maureen O'
Maureen O'Hara, John!
iCarroll and producer Paul Greg-
i Fred Meade, operator with his
forife of a Hollywood "listening
fnr mnfldential. was the
oniinspl'R "bombshell"
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'Witness of the day. Meade tola
who tiDDed him off
n DroSDective stories about the
off-screen life of movie stars.
, Miss West was introduced in
Mmnnv when Meade was
MsKd about the confidential
Itory titled, "Mae West's open open-Door
Door open-Door Policy." The story claimed
Miss-West wasn't kidding when
aha said "Come up and see me
kome time" and alleged tnai ner
Chauffeur took her up on the
ffMeade testified that Miss
Westliad an "affinity" for prize
jightars and often hired them
AVioiiffMirs. The defense in
troduced a document signed by a.
tfDale Wright" and an ainaavii,
from onetime ieaxnerweigni
,h0Tr,Jon Albert (Chalky)
Wriirht to authenticate that
MISS West allegedly had other
than business relations with her
Jtfifro chauffeur laentmea oniy
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Dialer Swods Guns
F6r Filthy Photos
!Nlw YORK, Aug. 22 (UP,) -A
22-year-old gun dealer wascharged
today, with operating a mail order
S'fap shop through which he trad traded;
ed; traded; pornographic pictures and lit literature
erature literature for weapons.
Police said the suspect, Jack
Goldateairi, was arrested on a tip
frnr4 postal inspector who had
recced omplaints about bro brochures
chures brochures Goldstein sent out, offer offering's
ing's offering's stock to "people with
broadminds."
A laid on Goldstein's apartment
uncovered seven revolvers and
piStUl,. six rifles, two knives and
a bayonet, 800 pornographic photo photographs,
graphs, photographs, nine reels of indecent mo motion
tion motion -pictures, and 30 obscene mag magazines,
azines, magazines, detectives said.
Authorities said Goldstein ap apparently
parently apparently sold many of the weap weapons
ons weapons to juvenile gangs and adult
criminals.
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ey Solons Predict Senates Approval
Of $3,000,000,000 Foreign Aid Figure
WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 (UP). Two key Senators predicted today the Senate would approve a foreign

aid appropriation of about
The two were senate
the $2,500,000,000 approved
high enough.
Bolh are members of the Sen Senate
ate Senate Appropriations Committee,
which probably will. not act on
the House-approved bill until next
Monday.
Knowland told reporters he ex expected
pected expected the Senate to accept a to total
tal total "in the neighborhood of three
billion dollars but that it was too
earlv t'jr a more definite estimate
President Eisenhower appealed to
the Senate yesterday to "put back
every cent" of the full $3,367,000,
000 program.
Ellender said he expected the
Senate to approve no more than
three billion dollars. He .foresaw
a 'final figure of about $2,750,000,-
000 after tne Senate version had
been reconciled with the House
bill by a joint conference commit
tee.
The President atse had at least
the partial supp6rt of Senate
Democratic leader Lyndon B.
Johnson (Tex.) who id he
would votn tome increase over
the House-approved figure.
But Johnson said not indicate how
much of an increase he would fav favor
or favor and again called on the admi administration
nistration administration to offer something more
than "generalized statements" to
support its case.
Earlier the House Appropriations
Committee took its final crack at
President Eisenhower's record
peacetime budget requests and
ordered an eight per cent slash
in funds for the Atomic Energy
Commission.
Approving the last regular mon money
ey money bill of the session, the com
mittee voted $2,269,718,500 for the
atomic agency in the fiscal year
that started July 1. It cut $215, $215,-906,500
906,500 $215,-906,500 from the President's
$2,485,625,000 request.
Gail Russell Found
Unconscious Beside
Half-Finished Drink
HOLLYWOOD (UP) Actress
Gail Russell, 32, was found un unconscious
conscious unconscious Tuesday night beside a
half-finished highball on the bath bathroom
room bathroom floor of her home, the
sheriff's office reported.
The actress was taken to the
prison ward of Los Angeles Gen General
eral General Hospital where she was book booked
ed booked on a felony warrant charging
failure to appear for arraignment
on drunk driving charges. She
had been scheduled to appear in
court Tuesday on charges she
was intoxicated when she' drove
her car through the window of a
restaurant last July 4.
Miss Russell, following the ac accident
cident accident in which a janitor was
hurt, told a judge she would
"never take another drink."
Officers said they went to Miss
Russell's home to serve the war warrant
rant warrant and were met at the door
by the film star's mother. They
quoted the mother as saying.
"Gail's on the bathroom floor.
Will you help me get her up?"
The officers said the actress
was clad in green pajamas and
was unconscious. They said the
hiehball glass was on the floor
i by her side.
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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, AUGUST" 22, 1957

three billion dollars.

rtepubiican leader William F. Knowland, who wants the Senate to vote; more than
by the House, and Sen. Allen J. Ellender (D-La.), who believes the House figure is

The atomic bill, if pased as
recommended by the appropria appropriations
tions appropriations committee, would bring total
cuts voted by the House so far to
about $5,153,000,000, out of presi presidential
dential presidential money requests this year
totalling about 73 billion dollars.
Of the total claimed saving,
$3,888,507,204 has been confirmed
by final congressional action. Ad Additional
ditional Additional House Cuts on foreign aid
and supplemental appropriations,
plus the atomic action, are still to
be acted on finally.
If the House upholds the action'
12 Rebels Die,
As Cuban Army
HAVANA Aug. 22 (UP) The
government of President Fulgen Fulgen-cio
cio Fulgen-cio Patista announced today new
successes t gainst revolutionary
opponents in both the battle and
anti-terrorist fronts.
An army communique said nine
followers of revolutionary leader
Fidel Castro were killed in an
early morning clash in Oriente
province, with only one govern
ment soldier lost.
The clash occurred alone the
bank of the Palma Mocha River.
The army said its forces were
pursuing the fleeing rebels and a
trail of blood indicated they were
carrying n any wounded.
The rebels abandoned arms and
ammur.itiun in their retreat, the
communique said.
In Havanameanwhile, national
police announced a new roundup
of 13 terrorists, bringing the total
of such arrests to 31 this week.
Potica said they seized grenades,
arms, explosives and subversive
documents. Youngest Of the al alleged
leged alleged terroiists seized was Silvio
Mora, 16, a nephew of Monelao
Mora, the former congressman
and bitter Batista foe, who was
killed while leading the March 13
assault on the presidential palace
here.
The new army-rebel clash fol followed
lowed followed reports from Santiago of an
intensified field campaign against
the rebels, with the enrollment of
between 100 and 200 civilian "vol "vol-unteeiV
unteeiV "vol-unteeiV from the private army
of Sen. Rolando Masferrer. Un Unconfirmed
confirmed Unconfirmed reports said the Cuban
Air Force was using heavy bombs
to blast Castro's men from their
mountain stronghold.
The clash was the first action
confirmed officially in nearly a
fortnight since the army reshuffled
its top command in the Oriente
district.
In another development, two
young Americans, both from Flori-1

Not The Shortest Distance Between Two Points,
But These Two Will Find Adventure All The Way

Panama recently had another
visitor with an adventurous spir spirit.
it. spirit. Antonio Benites Ozevedor set
out alone from Puerto Alegre,
Brazil, last. Dec. 8 determined to
drive all the way to New York
City no mean achievement in
a 1936 Ford.
All in all his trip will take him
through 15 Latin American
countries before he reaches his
destination, approximately one
year later. The countries which
Ozevedor will have covered on
his trip are: Brazil, of course;
Uruguay. Argentina, Chile, Pe Peru,
ru, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Panama,
Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Salvador,
Honduras, Guatemala, Mexico,
and finally the United Stales.
Benites Ozevedor arrived m
Panama almost nine month and
13.360 miles after his departure
from Puerto Alegre. Daring his
trip he has received wholeheart wholehearted
ed wholehearted cooperation from the dealers
and representatives of the Fire
stone Co., the Ford Co, and the
Quaker States Oil Co.
Neediest to say, Antonio has
encountered overy road imag
inablr and has had snaay in-U-reUlnf
experience. One of
hi most vivid, and n
unlikely ta ferret, eenrrad to
the Atacama doaert la the
northern part af ChOa. Every Everyone
one Everyone will arre that a desert Is
no place in Which Xm he con confronted
fronted confronted with a leaky radiator
.. .but that la exactly what
happened.
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a rajjidJ imiuim wts aup-

JHILY NEWSPAPER

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country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

it will have chopped, according
to the committee s figures, a total
of 75,416,620,809 from administra administration
tion administration requests for the year totaling
$58,485,620,806.
However, this does not mean
that Eisenhower's $71,800,000,000
record spending estimate for the
year will be trimmed by anything
like the committee's- claimed re reduction
duction reduction in new appropriations. Ap Appropriations
propriations Appropriations and spending are not
always closely related since the
administration can draw on"car
ryover funds.
13 Captured
Clamps Down
da, went on trial today in the
small town of San Luis, Oriente
province, on charge of illegal pos possession
session possession of arms and trying to join
the rebe!s.
They were Russell Freeman
Masker, 28, San Sebastian, and
Thomas McClellan Miller, 23,
Miami Both denied the charge
that they arrived with the inten intention
tion intention of joining the rebels and as asserted
serted asserted that the .45 caliber pistols
they carriec were for hunting.
The' two Americans arrived In
(he, San Luis area' on Aug. 3, at
the height of anti government
demonstrations in eastern Cuba.
Army Will Close
Four Major Bases
If Manpower Cut
WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 (UP)
Chairman Carl Vinson of the
House Armed Services Committee
said today the Army will close
four major bases and a number of
industrial plants if forced to cut
its manpower from one million to
900,000 men.
The Georgia Democrat said he
is fighting the cut. He warned the
White House that world conditions
do not warrant any such reduc
tion in U. S. military power.
Vinson said he is pressing top
officials to hold the Army cutback
to 50,000 men instead of dropping
100,000.
If that level is held, he said,
some reductions in strength will
be made at the four, bases but
chances are they would not then
be closed.
Vinson said the four bases
threatened with closing are Fort
Jackson, S.C., Fort Gordon, Ga.,
Fort Chaffee, Ark., and Fort Car Carson,
son, Carson, Colo.

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NEW YORK BOUND Stopping briefly In Pa nama on anothet let of automobile trip Irom
Brazil to New York, Antonio Benites Otevor (right) rests on ihe fender of his 1938 Tord. Tord.-With
With Tord.-With him are Alfredo Raveneau Heft), office manager of the Panama branch of Firestone
Interamerlfa. and his Uaveing companion Pedro Sosa. ;

ply (the radiator and its
quenchable thirst had to
priority) Antonio found himself
In the mlddla of nowhere. Wben
he could go on In bis car o
longer, he was to abandon it and
go on foot to search for help.

The intense heat of the day forc-,bla.
ed Antonio to confine his hours
of search to betwen sun-down

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FTVK CENTS

The committee eliminated 30
million dollars sought by the
atomic commission for help to
private utilities seeking a start in
the atomic power program under
the government's so-called "third
round" invitations to business.
It refused to grant specific
funds sought for the Power Re Reactor
actor Reactor Dvelopment Co., Detroit a
proposed power project that
touched off a round of controversy
over the safety of the plant and
plans for its financing by 21 utili utilities
ties utilities and manufacturing concerns
involved.
But the committee told the
atomic commission it could use
up to $1,500,000 for research on
the project, drawing on funds pro
vided elsewhere in the bill for
fast breeder reactor work.
The bill carried funds for the
Consumers Power District of Ne
braska. It also would provide for
government construction of reac
tors ior lour otner puDiic power
organizations the city of Pjqua
unio, ana rural electric coopera cooperatives
tives cooperatives at Elk River, Minn., Hersey,
Mich., and Chugach, Alaska.
The committee included three
million dollars for development
design and planning of a natural
uranium, gas cooled, graphite
moderated power reactor similar
to England's Calder Hall atomic
power plant.
The reactor,' to be built at Arco,
Idaho, war a controversial proi
ect. Opponents claimed all the
necessary information for its con
struction nd operation could, be
gained free from the British
43 Positions Open
With Canal Company
Forty three positions are cur
rently open with the canal orga
nization, according to the weekly
transfer-vacancy bullentin issued
by the Personnel Bureau.
The list includes five tempora
ry positions for towing locomotive
operators for the locks overhaul,
two locks security patrolmen two
medical technicians, three substi substi-tue
tue substi-tue postal window clerks, two
staff nurses, and two fire, fight-
ers.
Other types of positions vacant
include accounting clerk, ear go
clerk, clerk-stenographer, electri electrical
cal electrical engineer, floating crane engi engineer,
neer, engineer, entomologist, liquid fuels
gauger, locomotive machinist ma machinist,
chinist, machinist, marine inspection assist assistant,
ant, assistant, meteorologist, powerhouse o o-perator,
perator, o-perator, pipefitter, policeman, add adding
ing adding machine repairman, supervi supervisory
sory supervisory steward.

un-ihe came upon some workmen
taJM.who very kindly took him to

their barracks, gave him food

and water, and permitted hhn to duty tires from Firestone Inter Inter-re
re Inter-re main until he felt strong amerlca In Panama, which vUl
enough to continue his Journey.) aid them greatly through- the
While In Barranquilla. ColomJ difficult stretches of roacf still

Benetis met fellow Bra- confronting them In ",Central
xlllan, Pedro Sosa, who has nowiAmeriea.
loined him and will complete the! .The intrepid travelers antirl-

trto. to New York.

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Graham Raps Prominence Given
By Nev?paperjr 'T o.lrida1Tial

NEW YORK (UP) Billy Gra Graham
ham Graham said last night that while
large chunks of the free world
are about to disappear behind the
iron curtain, ."our headlines seem
mostlyjtaken up with a scandal
trial in Hollywood."
"There are other headlines
more gravely serious," the
evangelist told a Madison Square
Gardefl audience of 17,000. "It
looks as though Syria is going
behind the iron curtain and Indo
nesia is heading the same way.
The major powers are prepar preparing
ing preparing nuclear weapons with missile
warheads that are capable of an annihilating
nihilating annihilating whole cities, he said,
and "all the world seems to be
getting ready for a conflict that
would end our western concept 01
a iree wona.
This being 'thi": ise, Graham
continued,, Americans should turn
from sensational frivolous pur
suits and take what opportunity
is left to improve their, spiritual
situations.
"This is the hour when all the
world should put aside everything
for Christ," he said. Modern man
mav rot fie able to do" anything
to effectively protect himself
asainst nuclear warfare, but he
has a chance in the battle against
the devil.
"Christ called you to this battle
field." he said. "You've got to
have weapons to fight the devil-
not flet,hiy ones, "ooi macme guns
nor knives made from beer cans
like some teen-agers use. Your
weapons must be spiritual and
4thev must be strong to conduct
Uod s wartare.
"I'm calling on you kids who
like to fieht in the streats to fight
a real battle, one taking place all
over America tonight, the war be between
tween between the flesh and tfie deviL
"The devil is a great opponent.
He's smart. He doesn't have a
tail, nor a pitchfork, nor is he
dressed in a red suit. He doesn't
wear a sign saying 'Watch out!.'
Hk's subtle, dangerous, powerful,
hd since the beginning of the
world only Christ has overcome
him. All the Test of us have a
time been defeated by him.'
Man must learn he cannot hope
for the eternal me, uranam saia,
unless he is "willing to serve only
one master r- God, not the flesh,
not sex. personal popularity,
money, pride, jealousy, -ambition,
alcohol; perverted habits, porno pornographic
graphic pornographic literature, : nor dirty
thoughii,";he said. :
Includinf th t5. persons who
went ttt the 1 front of the huge
sports arena Tuesday night, 48, 48,-915
915 48,-915 have recorded "decisions for
Christ" since the crusads began.
May ri5. Total attendance has run
to 1,618,000 persons.
Beauchamp Death
Ruled As Suicide
LONDON, Aug. 22 (UP) A cor
oner s jury ruiea iouay mm.
Winston Churchill s son in law,
Anthony Beauchamp, commiuea
suicide by taking an overaose oi
sleeping drugs.
Coroner W. Bentley Purchase
passed over possible motives and
did not call for testimony from a
blonde noblewoman who heard j
Beauchamp's last words. '';
Purrhsi read onl y pan oi
nMnrhamD's last letter to ms
mother in wrich he said. 'I mow
should not do this.
Ttpmirhamn. 39. estranged hus
K.nd nf Churchill's daughter SB'
rah. an actress, was found dead
in hi anartment Sunday. Miss
PKurrhill did not aDDear at the
Inquest.
long enough to have their 1935
Ford serviced and to accept a
gift of two new Firestone heavy-
ipite reachlnr San Jose. -CostaJ
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Powerhouse Pete Pro Floyd
Tangle Tonight In Eey Bout

By HAL WOOD
SEATTLE. Wash., Aug. 22
(UP Hz Powerhouse Pete Rade Rade-macher,
macher, Rade-macher, who has never fought a
professional battle in his life, finds
out tonight il he is the Cinderella
man of the century--- or just an another
other another humpty-dumpty.
The Olympic champion makes
his debut into the Pro ranks by
taking on the reigning world hea heavyweight
vyweight heavyweight champion Floyd Patter Patterson,
son, Patterson, in a scheduled 15-rounder for
the title at Sicks Baseball Field.
A crowd of about 20,000 fan
it expected to pay .In tht neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood of $300,000 to witness,
what many claim is th tanittt
sports production .of this or any
othrr year. Th bout is slated to
start at 10 p.m. PST (2 a.m. Frl Frl-day
day Frl-day EOT).
Never before In the somewhat
turbul-al history tf boxing has the
amateur champion been pitted a-
gainst the pro titleholder. The Cin
derella-like aspects of the match
have aroused the imagination of
fieht fans everywhere.
Most expect Patterson to kayo
the balding 28-year-old ex Army
lieutenant in one or two rounds
But you can get Rademicher to
subscribe to that theory,
"I'm strong, I'm tig ; ami I can
hit nara," says fete, l trunK
Boys 7; Girls 8
Seven boys aid eight girls were
born at Gorgas Hospital during
the week ending at midnight Man
day, according to the regular hos
pital report.- During the same pe
riod, 182 patients were admitted
and 166 were discharged. ; i"v
The names and addresses of the
parents of the boy babies follow
Major and Mrs. Thomas" Manjak,
oi iantiago, .Chile; Mr. and Mrs.
Simon Quhds, of Panama?; City;
Mr., ano Mrs? k. t. Eder, of Pa
nama Cityt .CDkiand Mm C. M
Hansberry, of Panama City; Mr.
and Mrs.; sidtfey Crawford, of Pa
ralsoj Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Galla
do, of Panama' City'Mr.-and Mrs
Ewr R, McArthur. of tCurundu,
Girl babies Were born to the fol
lowing- Set. and i Mrs. R. L. Pate.
ot rort noDDe; Mr. and Mrs.. A.
H. Liana, of Panama Citv: Dr.
a nd Mrs. G E. Lilly, o f Fort
Clayton; Pfc, and Mrs.. W. O. Rim
mer, of Panama City; S-Sgt; and
Mrs. J. B. xudorrof Locona; Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Apollo, of Panama
City A2C and Mrs;. Edward Grif
fith, of Panama Cityr ; and Pfc
and Mrs. J. A. Trudell. of Pana
ma Uliy." ,. ;.'
Formosa Embassy
Asks Americans
To Quit Honking
TAIPEI. Au. 22 rrrprTKe
U. S. Embassy has asked Ameri Americans
cans Americans in Formosa to .stop honking
their car horns at Chfrieyo pedes pedestrians
trians pedestrians and vehicles because it
stirs up anti-American "resent "resentment."
ment." "resentment." "It would be tragic if the care-;
less or selfish actions of a few
unthinking Americans were per permitted
mitted permitted to disrupt the valuable
(Sino-American) friendship, The
Embassy said. i

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can win." Otherwise wouldn't
in the ring
Pattorson, who knocktd out
Tommy (Hurrieami) Jackion In
jUfonaing bls'titlo only a month
go cjaims ho has trained just
as hard .tor this bout: as ho did
for .any of tho othorson; his way
to winning th crown, '"
"Floyd doesn't underestimate a
nyone, says manager Cos D'A
mato. "He lr ready for any emer emergency
gency emergency hoping for a ftfst-round
one-punch kayo : but set. for 15
rounds if necessary,?
Rademacher will go into the
ring with all the: physical- advant
age 'on his side. He'll out-weigh
the champiori ,by about ,20 pounds
at 210 to 190. His -teach-is ZVt
inches ionger and;he is about twQ
inches taller. -

Sfale Department
To Allow Nevsmeh
To Go To Red China
WASHINGTON, ug. 22 (UP)"
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles has decided to- approve t;
travel of 24 American newsmen to
Red China, administration officials
reported today. --, I
Official announcement of the de decision
cision decision is expected to be made by
the state department later today.
, Dulles' decision was reached af
ter the State Department polled
news media to determine how
many wished to send .: a full-time
American correspondent to Red
China. Twenty-four were' -reported
to have given affirmative answers1
Newsmen reoresentina" these me.
dia will be authorized to travel to '!;
Red China! for a six-months' trial
period. v', t
In announcing ?it.(r, action the
State Department-will declare that
the step -does not change the A A-meriean
meriean A-meriean policy f of opposing: ? the
Communist regime as the govemJ
ment of China. -The United States
recognizes the Nationalist Chinese
Government on Formpsa. It does
not recognize Redtjuna ,
Thunderbus iSiorm v
Plus Leaky Balloon
Half Nuclear Bias!
LAS VEQA5, NeV., Aug, 22 ;
(UP) Thunder showers and
the shortage of helium to fill a
balloon which sprung a leak to today
day today gave- the Atomic Energy
Commission a double reason, to
call another 24-hour delay in its ...
13th nuclear blast at the Nevada
Proving Orounds.i" ; .
Rain fell on the ter site aa
scientists awaited th arrival ot
a shipment of helium to replai-
the supply lost "Tuesday when
the plastic balloon develODed a
leak-The nuclear device," called
"Doppier," will be. suspended
from the balloon for detonation :
at 1,500 feet above Yucca Flat.
"The test was put off until 5:30 ?
a.m. tomorrow. "Doppier" orii- ?
nally was scheduled forv.firlnir
Monday hut was postponed be- ...
cause of weather and the leaky
Daiioon...
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RELEASE!
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- GEORGE KADER
PHYLLIS THAXTER
- TIM KOYEY
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