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]
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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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Rejecting West's Offer To Suspend Tests .
Russia Fires H- Weapon
WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 (UP) Russia resumed testing of big nuclear weapons
at its Siberian proving ground yesterday just as Moscow radio was rejecting & com compromise
promise compromise Western offer to suspend the tests for two years.
. A brief, bulletm this morning from the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission hinted
that Russia Is testing H-bombs or megaton-size weapons. It said the explosion was
"of substantial size."
A Moscow radio broadcast last night rejects the new Western offer to suspend
the tsts for'two years, &s Russia has insisted.. ',r
Moscow's official voice repeated Russia's demand that the suspension of tests
not be linked to over-all disarmament terms.

Voppler
Mushrooms
In Nevada
a-two AMrtELS' PEAK, Nev.,
I i V ttp Scientists' won

.J their battle against the weather
tJ imevnected nee hanical

problems today by firing tne
i4 -tath nuclear device of the iod

i xest series "' ,,. H
-l500 ieet. above; the Nevada

proving grounds.
. The device, given the code
" 'nonnler,'' was set off by

mechanical timer at 5:30 a.m.
, it unleashed ft loud ''
power equal v to about 10,000
tOh Gf TOT.;'--. J 1-w
. ; Thunderstorms u
t.int. lid forceff the post-
foment- of he shot since
i Monday. i
, 1 But perfect weathecendi-
tions prevailed "dutthg Uta f last
1 24 hours and the Atomic Energy
Commission ereAtheJauflch-
ine in the predawn hours pf -its
. Sweak-proof balloon de de-Signed
Signed de-Signed to carry "DrPl
rnh seauence Ume.

w ""-.".-i:::iu familiar: jmu"

f resulting Jrom -the
i. 1 1 m i I ll
Hall Dozen Felons
Deported From CZ
Back Before Cowl
rinn deported from the Canal
masse m hsard
carW his week in the Cnswoai
Son of U. S. District Court
Six former convicts who, nao
the primiuai
yjlK v -At fif
pen lor a y., -,d
ft vear: ttu"llltl

davs One pieaaeu nut
wiil be tried on the charge
Mercy tempered justice for the
' with the defendant? being put on
S2SMw.rd Watson had been

i -JD-A .etnA on two COUOtS 01 reiuE--

i.J?'IlS? .iltv on both.

"
' For one, ne was """
war at hard labor. Tor tue sec-
ij u. ... given two years, sus-
wnded. and was put o probation

.ior five years. ,aftthe West Bank netted $50 fines in

.. Clarnce Kooeno
v pleaded guilty to returning. He
. received the 0-day term.
? Silbern Newbalf and Ismael
:- Conxalcz also pleaded guilty. They

f,-'wcre each given a oe 'ear sus-,
uniMPt. iiuoended tori

live. tir'dayg in jail,
i 'Clarence, Best, an. Old timer The charge against both men
i in pohcer records wai givea wo w petit larceny, the pipe being

. ; yeara

4'Cornelws uaruwiomew n u,u..
S,i..Pd not Builty. Trial wiU
be
set for him later.
Panama Teen-ager,
in Toils 18 Times,
Returned To Prison

- A 14-vear-old Panamanian boy, LONDON (UPWohn Taylor, Tne ursi sei oi rumors niiaa niiaa-who
who niiaa-who has been 'arrested t times, Britain's top arbiter of men's ,ville Row. the oepital of English
mJ. i..i. rtnmed early this fashions, cot to musinf recently 'eenUemen's tailoruig: 'Somebody

week to the Canal Zone Prison about Queen Elizabeth's visit to
for Women and Minors at Gatun.jthe North Careiina-Msryland foot-

He was sentenced in risiuui
Division of U. & District Court
So in months at the prison.
. P.oberto Grant pleadei guUty to

, y IIHV Wl IWIB II Wtii r
1 yard in Old Cristobal. J
, The boy baa been engaged in
f V Imildlng a boat there
He likewise pleaded guilty U a
second charge of having burglaris burglaris-V
V burglaris-V ed the same place of other tools
a difefrenct occasion.
I On the secoetf eharg, be was
. given Joe same s e t e a e e, 18
Vmonths, but the terra was suped-

Chairman Lewis L. Strauss of

me Atomic Energy Commission
said in the announcement:
"The Soviet Union has re resumed
sumed resumed testing of n n c 1 ear
weapons at its Siberian prov prov-in
in prov-in ground. -A detonation of
substantia size took plac on
Aug. 22."
A spokesman for the commis commission
sion commission said he could give no fur further
ther further details.
It was the 25th in a series of
U.S. government announcements
on the detection of Soviet test
explosions. President.
maae tne first Sept. 3, 1949.
xne latest was made by
Strauss las April 16, reporting
what proved to be the final of
a series oi five detected explo
Gory Print Finoers
Soldier Wiio Swined
From Buddy
Catching a thdef who broke
Into his buddy's car and stole
125 from Jhe glove compartment
Proved, easier than Canal Zbne
Police expected. ,', i.
Tl p onlv rear chip fourth in I

the car pillaged Aut 11 ,nearPie(1'y tiie contractor

viiiuun commissary was a blood V
uirrorJnt Jeft on t enveloped
.;. W i' "1 ngerpuiiU escpcfts: .bg-r
gaij making thei usual compar comparison
ison comparison wWh-ihe prints of known
Xelons-aMarge. the r also,- as a
matter of routine, checked those
of soIer" Franklin Delano
Roosevelt Walden. 33. who had
ridden into town with theft vic victim
tim victim Robert Ell edge.
Easy as ple.f the prints
matched.
Yesterday, in Balboa Magis Magistrate
trate Magistrate 's Court Walde pleaded
guljty to jjetit larceny, He was
fined 25 and s:ent to jail Jot 15
days;;-
The-men had separated after
".r""5 u "... -,T.
the court was told he found h U,
car window smasned and nis
money gone.
There was some evidence, the
court heard, that Walden had
been drinking.
Military authorities said he
was due to leave the Isthmus in
a few weeks.
Une LiOeS I O Jail
;
nn it i .it.ni irnn

-. from the Nl reMrvatio 0ngreed with me."

Balboa- Magistrate's Court for A-
tjn Tejada v gnd Ramon
Vargas, 20. Both are Panamanians,
Jh men tried Wednesday
hn0Qn

In ddition tb lnc finc vargasjbeen (riven in various parts of
.. mlih. mmtro r9rrnlarlv tn

vaiuea at .3u.
n- phri?P
heard the .same
morning, both men
guilty, of loitering.
were found

Lopped Toppers Suggested

Visit To US
oau game i uctooer ana wmi
should the digniUries wear.
Top hats and tails, of course,
.he thought,' or more properly,
Ana men se got u uuuicmg aooui
those top hats which would cut off
the View of those sitting behind.
Whit would you do? Flatten them
little? Bore holes In them
'Obviously 'not. thought Taylor,
who is the editor of the trade mag-
azine Tailor and Cutter end whose i
ward on men's fashions is law in
But his musings had beta a load
an4 little did be know the furore

W thought had caused..--

sions in the sprine testinu

schedule at Russia's mid-Sibe
rian proving grounds.
- The tests are understood to
be conducted in a desolate area
north of Pakistan and Afghan Afghanistan
istan Afghanistan and west of China.
Sewer People Win
Latest Round In
Amador Grass Fight
Round three in a running bat
tle between Amador Road lawn
grass and a Panama sewer con contractor
tractor contractor ended for the sewer peo people
ple people this week.
Once again the plot of greens greensward
ward greensward replaced in the "V" be behind
hind behind the Balboa Jail has been
uprooted by a power shovel.
Work-foremen on the job
looked a little embarrassed, and
a bit disgusted, today as they
peered into another ,30-foot-deep
hole.
- "Leaks in the sewer made it
necessary," one man growled.
Iff spite of this .weekls defeat;;
however, sidewalk superintend
dents, an coffee-breakers atl
Balboa YMCA arestiTl bettir.1
on the grns. '
W! en t':e sewer is f :xed,- sup-
will a
gain smooth over the top and
spin; out'new green Diaaes; v.
Sumey;Agaih Urges
' Flu'jnocu'alioii
WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 (UP)
--Surgeon .General Leroy B.
Burnev t6day uried for the sec second
ond second dav in a row that Presi
dent Eisenhower be inoculated
promptly against Asiatic flu.
Burnev repeated the recom
mendation in the face of the
iPref.-rient's
statement that he
vacrlne8as soon as it becomes a-
... 1 J f n .knt AeiaHfl flu
vallable to "ordinary
people"
suf" as himself.
"The President of our coun-j
try should receive an inocula-.
tion very promptly," Burney;
said.
fiveniuaiiy we wouia hkc ev everyone
eryone everyone to net one as ouickly as
vaccine becomes available. But
some is already available and
the safeguarding of the Presi President's
dent's President's health is vitally impor important.
tant. important. Burney said he discussed his
recommendation W e d n esday
with Dr. Howard McC. Snyder,
the President's physician. He
said finvder "verv definitely a-
with Dr. Howard McC. Snyder,
the president's physician. He
said Rnvder "verv definitely a-
The Public Health service so
iar nis approvea reipase oi u-
iy 502,o00 shots of Asiatic flu
vaccine for distribution through
notnial channels. A limited
number of shots already have
m,rer n4 ftth.r np r.
sons in key jobs.
A PHS spokesman said If the
President agreed to be inoculat-
ed Snyder would have no dlffi
rH. in ostnlnlnir 4 ithot, of
vaccine either.
Football
Game
is culture tne tops off top nau
for the royal party to wear in
Baltimore for the football game."
One version got into a London
newspaper quoting the Tailor and
Cutter's famous editor as prescrib-
ing stovepipe hats with abbrevi abbrevi-alrH
alrH abbrevi-alrH chimneys.
lt all happened because a chap i
from Baltimore rang me up end
ikxt what the mavor of Baiti-I
more should wear to that football
game, lay lor explained toaay.
I naturally tnougnt oi morning
dress, as we Vail it. It is not so

Ml JTBBt SB WU .SIU IV. It M mmvt, rv,,uuvi w w m V
silly a suggestion. There is an oldllook. Women fainted. A small boy
tradition in England that the di-Igot his arm broken. And a magis-

rectors of loot ban chins ana guesu
littiig ia their boxes wear formal
dres.
.

try.

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HE'S TALKING Prosecuting attorney William Ritzi, left,
is shown cross examining confidential Magazine London cor correspondent,
respondent, correspondent, Michael Mourdant-Smith in Hollywood. Smith
has already told his version of actress Maureen O'Hara's love
scene' in the balcony of a 'Hollywood movie theater and is
back on the stand as the criminal libel trial of confidential
Magazine enters its thirds week.

Star Set To Tell All About
Boudoir Kindness SmufiTale

HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 23 (UP)
Screen star Connne uaivet iojo
newsmen today she wVjiot afraid
to testify about a 5nfidetttial
magazine story that sne wore oui
two; husoahds, wnij ipouaou" Kina-L
aess. f t,.
"I don't -mM ffifvm-if ir it
wi!i l.c i t,, tu
Ual," hc n if it mransj
'embarrassmeni. i m .wuu"..i
ready to testify.
: XTigc .alvt.wi the first of
ViiU..hDjJUt M'-nd-la''omfidfliii'
ties alerted to-stand by for a- cau
to the witness stand this afternooa
in the criminal libel trial of Con
fidential and Whisper magazines.
ch wa nut on two-hour call to
testifv as a "defense witness" byH
the magazines' attorneys who are
attempting to show all articles ap appearing
pearing appearing in the magazine were true
and published without malice.
Th dtftnit hopd to prov
that th story, "You'v htird
bout th bird and tht bti
but hv,you hard about Cor Cor-inn.
inn. Cor-inn. Clvt?" wai tru in v v-ry
ry v-ry ipiey detail. Tha artiela ap ap-ptared
ptared ap-ptared in tlv May 1955 Uiua.of
Confidantial.
The criminal libel trial resumes
today following a day's "cess
Defense attorney Arthur J. Crow Crowley
ley Crowley hinted that he would put Miss
Calvec on the stand after the pro-
Cirard Case Might
Decide Fate Of
US Ground Troops
TOKYO, Aug. 23 (UP) Alvin
M Owsley, 68, retired Army colo colonel
nel colonel and former U. S. diplomat,
said today the trial of U. S sol soldier
dier soldier William S. Girard might de
cjde whether American grouna
forces remained in loreign toun-
tries.
I Owsley is here to attend the Gi-
rard trial as an
Amencan t"'- t..
tawa, 111., will go before a Japa-
nese court Monday aJg"
fatally shooting a Japanese wom-
an on a U. S. Army firing range
jan. 30.
'-Thp outcome of this trial
will
sol-
ristnrmiiwt wnetner American
diers in uniform have been denied
their constitutional rights. he
said "This case may determine
whether the U. S. ground fortes
are removed from this and other
countries of the world,
For Queen's
Create Stir
"Tbat style has gone out now,
but why couldn't the Maryland of officials
ficials officials resurrect it in honor of the
Queen's visit
That was when he got to think thinking
ing thinking about the problem of a top hat
and how it would block the view
of fans.
It is said to be history that the
very first topper, worn in London
two centuries ago by a brave man
named James
Heatheringten,
started a riot.
Whea Heatherington first ap-
.peered to the revolutionary head-
near. Londoners i tneir tricor
nered hats got so excited they
crushed one another to get a good

traie tmea neainenogioB av gom
guineas for casing a disturbance
'of the king's peace,
. 1

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FOR THE DEFENSE Singer
Mylee Andereason, 22, is shown
In the courtroom in Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles during the criminal libel
trial of Confidential Magazine.
Miss Andereason testified she
was the girl involved in a Con Confidential
fidential Confidential story title "That Rug
Party in Mark Stevens Office."
secution completed its cross-examination
of defense witness Fred
Meade, operator with his wife of
Confidential West Coast "smut-gathc-uig"
bureau.
Miss Calvet has charged out of
court that the story about her was
"absolutely untrue."- However,
the defi'i-sc boasted that it has a
transcript of a television interview
in which the actress allegedly ad admitted
mitted admitted her bedroom escapades de described
scribed described in the yarn and in her
French accent said she was
"flatiercd" by the account.
,i .- Mice- raliral CPnffpH
! out of court at the defense!
claim. She said she appeared on
the telc ision show but never au authenticated
thenticated authenticated any part of the story
which thp state has singled out
with 11 olher articles as the basis
of its libel charge.
Airman Who Told
Tale Of Survival
Off To Alabama
t WASHINGTON (UP) The Air
Force said today that Lt. David
Sleeves, the pilot who told a story
of 54 days of survival in the rug
eed California Sierras, is being as
Kea vaiuui "i oicn, i ucms ao
tn Cnta Air Fnr has at

Selma Ala No. 10 Downing Street. Author-
It reiterated that it has no rea-Utative sources said they discuss discuss-son
son discuss-son "to believe his story is phony." led the mideast situation In gen-

jit said it has not yet found the
plane m which be said be crashed
May 9
The 23-year-old pilot, who is' not
at present on flying status, is due
to report to Craig this weekend.
Steeves had contracted with the
Saturday Evening Post to tell bis
storr of survival, nut tne maga
zine cancelled the contract early
this month because of what it
called a "number of discrepaa
cies" i" Steeves' story. The Air
Force ssid today it stillt "tanot
confirm .or denf the reported
discrepancies, -t-f

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
NEW MAYORS will be named
Sept. 1 by President de la Guar Guar-dla
dla Guar-dla Jr.
It is understood that most of
the mayors of Panama's 63 mu municipal
nicipal municipal districts will be reap reappointed,
pointed, reappointed, but that several chang changes
es changes will be made. Some sources
are of the opinion that a num number
ber number of the new mayors will be
members of the opposition Na National
tional National Liberal Party.
A local tabloid today reported
the possibility of open rebellion
by the residents of the ojo de
Agua shanty town in Chilibre
against the regular weekly in invasions
vasions invasions of off-beat religious
groups.
Ojo de Agua residents com complain
plain complain that thesa groups come
fnto the area everv Sunday
and sometimes on f iher days
to hold "exotic" religious fes festivals.
tivals. festivals. The Colon Free Zone will soon
have railroad lines running
through the area, according t,o
the tabloid daily La Hora, which
quoted informed sources.
In addition, the paper said,
the Panama government plans
to habilitate France Field to
provide an air terminal for the
city of Colon.
(rPlaliittft t6ia -ie 'presidential
assassination vtrhtfc around V.' the
pM'' e of net r 1 4.th v ill dc dc-I
I dc-I ,d on the j 1 v yers of two of
1 rnncipal r iicndants In the
I-'.-, aecordnm fto,-. the
same
v.
'J. lie ."claims penoa", enas- to

nwprowjfthil "tli corftttnpanatniong -the Overseas 'area wheie
ma'Judiialalj.process copleaof the minimum wage provisions

tils oiicis muab uc iuouiuui'-
jto the defense, which mast be
given two working days plus one
additional working day tor ev
ery hundred pages to study the
results 01 tne investigations.
Unless the lawyers of al alleged
leged alleged triggerman Ruben O.
Miro a,nd Ftderico Hyams, f he
mechanic who allegedly drove
him to the scene of the assas assassination,
sination, assassination, renounce their right
to study the briefs, the trial
date will have to ba delayed
beyond September.
522 Atlantic Side
Residents Receive
Anti-Polio Shots
A tot3j of 522 injections against
poliomyelitis were given yester
day to employes and their depend dependents
ents dependents at a station set up for the
day i.i the first aid station of the
industrial area in Cristobal.
Th&sa receiving the inoculations
storehouse, printing plant and the
Cristobal Maintenance Division
forces.
The injections were administer administered
ed administered by Mrs. Nellie Humphries, first
aid statior nvrse, assisted by Mrs.
Erma Forbes, School nurse, and
Glorij Ward, who took care of the
Clerical worn.
MLost of the injections given yes yesterday
terday yesterday vere the first of the series
of three necessary for complete
immunization. The second injection
is due in approximately a month
and will he given from a station
set up in the same are Sept. 26.
Macmillan Confers
With US Dhlomat
Qn Syrian Crisis
LONDON, Aug. 23 (UP)
Prime Minister Harold Macmil Macmillan
lan Macmillan returned from vacation to today
day today and Immediately called in
the senior United States diplo diplomat
mat diplomat here for urgent consulta consultations
tions consultations on the Syrian crisis.
Macmillan met with U. 8.
i :
'Minister Walwortn Barbour at
era! and Syrian events in parti
cuiar
Barbour is tne raniung u.
envoy here during tne vaca
lion z
of Ambassador John Hay Whit Whitney.
ney. Whitney. Macmillan's own vacation
ended only yesterday and his
first order of business was to
take up Syria
It was revealed that MacmlV.
lan, a former Foreign Secretary".
had taken over responsibility
for the foreUrn office In the
absence of Foreign Secretary
Selwyn Ljoyd who Is also vaca-
Uoning.

Lovelady, Sinclair
Foresee Still More
Benefits for CZers

Two Canal Zone labdr men today hailed as a vic victory
tory victory the action of the U.S. Congress in refusing to exempt
the Zone from the $1-an-hour provisions of the Fair La Labor
bor Labor Standards Act. The measure applies to workers en

gaged in interstate commerce or production of goods for

sucn commerce.
A United Press dispatch from Washington said today
the status of some 1000 to 1500 persons affected on tht

Canal Zone would remain unchanged so far as the Feder

al minimum wage law is concerned. (This group includes
employes of shipping lines,. banks, cable companies and
similar agencies, who are already getting $lor more).

but both Kutus M. Lovelady or AFGt arid William
H. Sinclair of AFSCME foresee that the firm1" refusal of
the Congress. to exempt the Zone may lead to future rul

ings that will be of great benefit to other Zone employes
of private firms. vt

.Bothunions havercontended the $1 'minimum. piwU'jji'.

sions should apply-to -all, contractors employes ontht ;

The Washington. action came
in the form of an agreement by
th House of Hepresentatlves to
1 & Renat. Amendment-' which
- would ketr the. Canal. -ZfrnttL-:
nr ms act win continue m
f0rce.
The measure, as it went to
the White House, also relieves
local contractors of the possi
bility of retroactive liability un under
der under the Act for work performed
on the Canal Zone, or on Guam
or Wake Islands.
Sinclair declared the stand
taken by the Congress "com "complete
plete "complete recognition of the aspir aspirations
ations aspirations of those workers who
have had insufficient protect
tion all these years, due pri primarily
marily primarily to the failure of full
application of the provisions
of the Act which has been in
effect in the Zone since 1948 1
Lovelady said he feels
next step may be for the
the
De-1
partment or Labor to deline lust
what activities on the Zone j
come under the wage provisions
of the Act. This may require an
Executive Order "from the Pres-'
ident.
He stressed that at hearings
held on the Zone on the subject
18 months ago his labor group
not only upheld the application)
of the act here but claimed it
should be interpreted to apply
to all employes of contractors.
(If this Interpretation should
finally be accepted, it would
mean raises for perhaps 5000
or more construction men).
The question of what consti-
tutes interstate
commerce is
not precisely defined in the bill,

the United Press pointed out.isition of Locals 900 and 907 in
and must be decided by the La- their efforts to organize em
bor Department in individual pi0ys of Canal Zone firms, par par-cases
cases par-cases where there is a dispute, ticularly since the workers are
Meanwhile, a Labor Depart- indlcaUng that contrary to the
ment spokesman said the De- -vociferous opposition and erlti erlti-partment
partment erlti-partment is still studying the cism. from thelr empioyerg
Canal Zone stevedore case In-: alngt organization, and whe
volving stevedores who com., cla, publjty that
plained in March about loading the)r workers are -HvinR
scrap on a Japanese vessel forjheaven those workers are mov.
the prevailing 60 cents an hour ,ng forward ln stagM to organ.
uaJf . . ize and take advantage of th
The stevedores appealed to 0pportunitv oniy organized la.
the Labor Department arguing lbor can ofIer tn .. unl0l
that they should have been paid gpokesman went on.
"I.51.!11 .ur,wtge V. pr?v" Sinclair added tht the favor favored
ed favored in the Fair Labor Standards able acUon of th(f conga mil

act.
However, today's action by
the House apparently will pre prevent
vent prevent the stevedores from col collecting
lecting collecting any retroactive pay if
the Labor Department moves
to enforce the SI minimum
wage law. The law that stood
before today's aieion provid provided
ed provided for a two year retroactive
payment.
Today's vote by the House was
a victory for the Panamanian
oriv.Pnm,nt .nd defeat for
U-a-Mile
ThM d rvof iTtri mil formula I
... apnuedin Balboa Magistrate s
Court this morning when Robert

John Huerbsch, 31, American fae-iior
ed justice for speeding.
Huerbsch pleaded guilty to going
45 m.p.h. In a .20-mile one along
Roosevelt Avenue at 10:45 p
yesterday,

an

at

the administration reflected by ;

views or tne armed forces and
the Labor Department, The Ad.
ministration wanted the Zone
wage jaw. v t, -t
Sinclair satd that a number 'of
attempts by local ttnion officials
to get the provisions of the Act
applied were Ineffective due to
the fear expressed time and a a-gain
gain a-gain by workers of commercial
and contracting firms in th
Zone whenever they were ap approached
proached approached and urged to make
claims for payment of minimum
wages and overtime compensa compensation
tion compensation provided by the Act.
Most workers contended that
they would be the victims of
stiff reprisals If they were to
identify themselves as claim claimants
ants claimants for protection or bent bent-fits
fits bent-fits under the Act.
Because of the claims mad
against the firm of John V.
carter and Son last March
number of factors came to the
surface, the main one bemf
that of expanding jurisdictions
of AFSCME locals to organize
and represent this group of
workers.
"With authorization granted
by the International Union t
organize and claims filed with
the Wage and Hour and Public
Contracts Divisions of the US
Department of Labor, the threat
to take the Canal Zone from
under the coverage of the Act
caused organized labor in the
Hone to review its position and
move forward to beat off thai
threat," Sinclair said.
Now that the US Congress
has acted favorably on the Is-
sue. this will strengthen the no-
also strengthen the hands of
the local unions to seek and ob
tain union recognition from
commercial and contracting;
firms in the Zone.
He claimed that if reeegnU
tion is refused, the services of
the National Labor Relatione
Board will be sought t en enforce
force enforce proper recommit! en.
Mans-hll rlatma ftlH In tha
scrap loadmg case art still held
up in tne Department oi uoor,
Sinclair said he had written
to Washington to get a legal
opinion on the status of those
claims, taking into conalUera,
tion the last that Congress has
'proviaea prwecwon ror govern..
ment contractors against claim"
pas u "c
jcost the US OoverTiroeni over
half a billion dollars.
He said he dees aot "-TO
sa-iCartea would iall wider that
protetUOfc

and the bfry put on probation
for the next five years.
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J SELFISH PRIORITY vs. HOT HOUSE MINDS
f at:

f The- recent articles and announcement concerning air con-

Iditloning of the Administration uuiiaing nm. ou w
number of principles involved. The question is not as i s m m-;',ple
;',ple m-;',ple ai it may seem, but lays bare the principles of decision
making.
?! Granted that it would be nice to have every office, resident
''and building air conditioned. Just this week the papers a.i a.i-ounced
ounced a.i-ounced that the Governor and Administration did not have
ta $1,000,000 to expend on housing for 2000 units in Old CrUo CrUo-ibal,
ibal, CrUo-ibal, Rainbow City, Santa Cruz, and Paraiso. This would need
1to be a "long range" program the Governor explained. Pnonty
is usually determined by the individual or group bias or strain
. '.of thinking.
! Which would be more beneficial: To let our children have
' the break or to selfishly justify our own bias?
But the kids don't have the opportunity to make the oeci oeci-'
' oeci-' 'sions Teacher after teacher in the schools will tell you that
many days it is almost useless to try to teach after o'clock
. because of the heat and stuffy rooms. Many of the offices in
! i i Administration Building are larger or as large as the
J : school room and that with only one, two or three persons using

?'. But the schools must be crowded, pinched, shoved around

; to make room for 25 or 30 kids. Yet we sit DacK ana ""
1, selves on the back for the fine American school system.
; Adults should be mature enough to concentrate on their
L work even when weather conditions are not the best but we
t know by experience, surveys, and reports that the normal child
1 ...anot do his best work when outside influences come to play
' in a given actuation.
' I have been in school rooms here in the C.Z. where I saw
''ijuphs sitting on the floor in reading circles. Suppose the big
''.oys of the big hill had to sit on the floor to read and hash
i; or the reports. It wouldn't take long until some money was
ind from some fund to correct the situation. I have walk walk-.
. walk-. down classroom aisles no more than 20 inches apart. Why
-A try to set up the Administration Building on the same
,an? I have seen school books stacked on the floor between
r the two by fours. Why not do this on the Hill?
. Priority we cry, yet priority for those who want cool bodies
' while the minds of our children melt under the sweltering heat.
This is not priority but stingy, selfish, and nlggeredly justifica justifica-i.on
i.on justifica-i.on for a false proposition.
' Why not build a modern school at Diablo? Why not an
' eating place for Balboa Hi?
I would like the responsible officials to give an official re reply
ply reply to this letter and similar letters. Do it through the Mail
I So- Don't be afraid to defend you weak position. Try and
'justify it the light of the C.Z. community, not in some little
I cloistered groups which propagate and extend their own in in-,;
,; in-,; terests.
J ,2r Arid to every Zonian that feels the way of this letter won't
'fyow. write to the Mail Box. Express your opinions., Don't give,
up.

By VICTOR RIESEL

ROME: Once I wrote there

were no tears in my eyes. No long

er can I say that. I have been

weeping for my country.

There were tears in Germany

It was in Munich. A few feet

from the taraae plaza on which

Hitler's storm troopers first strut'

tea, i asked a newspaper woman

now could it have happened. She

who hates fiercely all enemies of

decency, spoke of terror in Amer
ican ci.ies. 1 knew she was look

ing at my dark glasses. Who, she

asKeci, .s standing up against ter

ror bick home? I could name but

a few.
I understcod how it could hap
pen.

The rears returned at dusk a
few days later aboard the Sixth
Fleet's impeccable floating
fighitfr, the cruiser Newport
Newt in Venice harbor. The bu bugle
gle bugle blue. Tho international
guasr r Rear Admiral Irwin
ware quiet You can laugh, you
cynics. But tho tears rolted down
as th color guard strode to tho
flags a color guard of white
and Negro Marines. We sang tho
Star Spangiled Banner and tho
Italian national anthem.
The great cruiser's guns were a a-bove
bove a-bove us and the glistening Navy
men exuded a sense of serene
strength. But the conversation be began,
gan, began, nor on hands across the the-sea
sea the-sea stuff The talk was about A A-mericn
mericn A-mericn muscle, all right. But not
military muscle. Mob muscle.
All Europe is talking about it.

All ui ope wants to know what's
corroding ut All Europe wants to
know why the hard crowd seems
tougher than the govervnment. All
Europe is talking about Dare
Beck and .Timmie Hoffa and John Johnny
ny Johnny Dioguardi and the Senate ex exposures
posures exposures and one man control of

million-man unions and, politely of
course who are we to talk so much
of the democracy we can't seem
to protect.

''GoonfPick It Up-YOU Dropped It"

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NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL

By LEE MORTIMER

Parent of A Hot House Mind

SOVEREIGNTY EXCEPT TAXES
Sir:
, In connection with J. A. Noledy's letter (Mall Box, Aug. 17
I as he tries to make a point without foundation and is off the
;!beam a bit, let this comment nut him on his course in the

shop and not at the typewriter.

A Canal Zone resident, as of to current data, providing he

has employe privileges, Is eligible for hospital service In the
Canal Zone, and U.S. War Veterans are eligible regardless of
residence.
As to being a taxpayer without representation, you always
- ave our wonderful State Department to assist you and back
1 '-ou up. They made the treaties and are responsible for the
'conditions thereof.

Also you can always write your congressman in the area
of the state you came from and get him to compliment those
! responsible for any conditions you do not apDrove of. reard-
less of taxes. You know how far he will get per voluminous
', correspondence that originated already in the Canal Zone.

Just because our representatives are asleep at the

; don't blame It on those who were alert and slipped the wool
over their eyes it's a feather in their hats as they have
J proved themselves smarter than Gringos.

Here in Rome I try to parry a
little. What about the Italian
unions? Isn't the Mafia moving
into some n southern Italy? May Maybe
be Maybe in one or two. But tne nation national
al national leaders are moving fast. The ca ca-rahinieri
rahinieri ca-rahinieri are on the watch. Italian
labor is clean. German labor is
clean. British and French labor is

clean. How do you answer our for

eign friends questions search

ing philosophical ones about

what has come over America
How are you going to convince the

world that your type of "democra
cy" isn't contaminated

These are no innocents (.board.
What will they say of ua when

they learn from the international

news wires and their own corre

spondents that several million of

our union members have no vot

ing rights, no civil rights but on

ly the right to pay dues? What
will they say when the Senate
racket busting commiUte reveals
that tens of thousands of union

members and thousands of union
locals have haa no rights for as
long as 50 years.
Committaa counsel Bob Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy recently told some newspa newspapermen
permen newspapermen that fully 13 par cent
of the Teamster 1100 locals are
under trusictshlp, which moans
that sonvi 150 big city Teamster
locals hava no rights at all. They
are controlled irom the top.
They have over 100,000 mem-berk.

I DON'T KNOW, I'M ONLY

Said Bob Kennedy: "For exam example
ple example a vce presiaenc of the Team

sters union is trustee of 16 locals.
This mean:, the vice president

casts their votes in all state re

gional and national conventions.
What will our European friends

switch i say to our American labor lead-

ASKING: Did the Teamsters' U-

nion quietly buy the estate of Ca Ca-pone's
pone's Ca-pone's old partner, Paul Ricca, to
turn it into a school, and if so who
got what,. .Is Don Larsen pitch pitching
ing pitching a perfect game with Corrinne
Breuss, an airline stewardess?.

. .Have Ann Dvorak and Nick

Wade had it?. .Do the traffic

siana in Greenwich Village read

"Walk." "Don't Walk," and

"Mince?"
Mora of the Same: Ara Berte
Davis and Gary Morill working
on reconciliation plans?. .1
this a now sister-act in tin mak making,
ing, making, Tina Louis and her mom,
Betty Myort, drostodl aliko at
Johnny's Keyboard?. .Haa
nyono no tod that Oeorge Joasaf's
lareet onthnslatm in Chicago
Latin dancer Susanna Csasrno,
is a cousin of Rita Hayworth?.
. .Was that actress Juno Lock Lock-hart
hart Lock-hart making music with Eugono
Cinos, musical director of "Stu "Studio
dio "Studio One," at tho Tavern-on-the-Croon?....
Is Hollywood going
nuts putting fe Isles on Tarry
Moore and Jayna Mansfield?

NO DISSA, LESS DATA: Hunt

ington Hartford's sister-in law,
Duffy Steele, gave the ten-court

to admirer Roger Donahue, a for former
mer former middleweight boxer. . .This
I'm waiting for: Kim Novak's
cooch costume in upcoming "Jean

ne Eagels. 'Twas designed by

Jean Louis who made La Die

trich's transparent dress

ABC group (hatcheck

some 18 or 20 filmed video series,

is one of the largest in the field

Gordon's farsighted plans, to gob

ble up top-name stars on a co-o
perativs basis threatenes to revo

lutionize the business completely

and for the better. He s a mud

mannered gentleman, a good
friend, and well liked and admir

ed by his associates. Leon From From-kess,
kess, From-kess, another big-time swell guy.

will remain in the setup as West

toast vicn-prexy but V will miss
Ed Small. Wanna bet he returns?

WHO THEY ARE: Chic James
and Simon McQueen are the, bub bubbly,
bly, bubbly, bouncy announeerettes at the
Latin Quarter who've become the
town's most-talked about gals with
all the lupos in there trying to las lasso
so lasso tbem. From time, to time, Chic
(she's the blonds) sends 'reports

to this department, always duly

sworn to and notarized by Irving

Kaplan, a notary Public of the
Sate of New York. In the week

end mail came yesterday's today's

and tomorrow s.

Yesterday's Report on Chic

Jamas. Writer Eddie Davis, whose
last B'way show was "Ankles A-

way," asked Chic James to play

a dumb blonde Judy Holliday part

in his next musical comedy. This

comes easy to me. I m dumb like
a fox. P.S. Simon and I would love

to dine with you. (Sworn to, etc.)

William Worker

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A choice of S different routes to Europe
a By now py later
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Also flights So the Caribbean.
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ers who come in droves to Eu Europe
rope Europe 10 seu American democrat.
wnen the Germans and Italians
anu French ana British read the
following in one of Bob Kennedy's
reports :
"We have had some complaints
regarding a provision of the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters const nution that only those
who have tneir dues paid up on
the first of the month can vote.
Ine uni-it! fiequently does not re receive
ceive receive the dues until the second or
third cay of the month. The only
eligible voters, therelore, arc the
employes of the union, the incum incumbent
bent incumbent ofHcerk, who pay their own
dues, with the result that they are
inevitably returned to office with
no opposition."
What will our foreign friends
say of us when they read in a re report:
port: report: "In Philadelphia, according to
report-, we have received, there
have oeen more than 40 acts of
violence ovu the period of the
past two yrars in connection with
labor-management disputes; in
Tennessee uver 100 acts Of vio violence
lence violence with more than 30 bombings
and arson. From over a dozen
sections of the country the com committee
mittee committee has received information
concerning terroristic acts in the
field ol labor-management rela relations.
tions. relations. The state and city officials,
in many cases, seem unable U

eopo with the situation.
Our foreign friends, of which
wo have arociow few, will toH
ira aybo we n td owr ermed
forces mora tHaa they d. Like
charity, democracy should ta tafia
fia tafia at homo. This I have been
told. Not with a snoer, trvt with
woadormert tKaf It cowid happen
In tho U.S.
So 1 weep a Utile for my coun country
try country and for the flag I cant see.
3ut. did I tot bear the words,
"The land ot the free and the
home of the brave."

vending machines, etc.) seeking to

legalize dog racmg in N.Y.7. .

Now, now kids, let's not make this

habit: Phyllis McGuire's jewels

were stolen in Atlantic City the

third such robbery the sisters suf

fered in a year. They opened at
the 500 Club the next night to ca-
fiacity audiences but sans spark spark-ers.
ers. spark-ers. (They don't need 'em. Ttey
sparkle! )

Today's Report on Chic Jamas:

Chic James and former L. Q. doll

Is the 'Sandy Preston decided to tear up

concessions, Jieir membership cards to the

THE BIZ THIRR'S NO BIZ
LIKE: TV industry's biggest news
in years (which was broken here
first) was the sale of Ed Small's
stock in Television Programs of
America to his partner. Milton Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, hitherto a quiet, silent "behind-the-scenes"
figure to the gen general
eral general public. Gordon, in his 40s, is
a boy-wonder genius of show busi-

Man of the Month" Club for ca

reer interests. (Sworn to, etc.).

Tomorrow's Report on Chic
James: (written on the stationery
of George Florentine De Witt
and get that Florentine: Chic
James being coached for singing
lessong by famous song-writer Ber Ber-nies
nies Ber-nies Wayne of M.G.M. (Ha, ha
the Notary was closed by the time
I got up, but I swear it's true!
Chickee.).
HOT NOTHINGS FROM NO NOWHERE:
WHERE: NOWHERE: Anne Baxter, of the cin cinema,
ema, cinema, and Bob Taplinger, -the War Warner
ner Warner VIP, have a date at West West-hampton's
hampton's West-hampton's Bath and Tennis. .and

Hope Hampton and Bill Von Win-

kelman are truly out-of-this-world
at the inn of the same name in

East Hampton. .Josephine Bak-

20

Hugh (Wyatt Earp) O'Brien an an-other
other an-other push-over for press agents,
who link him" with every babe
that's born and some who aren't
but he doesn't mind. Latest is a
reported switch from JDorothy
Bracken, a June Taylor dancer, to
Dorothy Towne, Jack Webb's ex,
and maybe this is the real thing.
;.,i :iiJ?e a a new one. 1 mean
Hit Show Queen of the Year
She's Sheila R. CooDer. 21. bru

nette and beautiful, chosen by the
New York Convention Bureau, and
her first assignment is to fly to
Europe to tout twa'b

vuuKiuK ioreiirnei-i tn im v xi

dreamed up by Paul TaiiBio nH

Phil Schweidel, makes a package
of a week-end at tha WaiHnr i-t.

ets to hit shows, a nieht ,t thL r

in Quarter, etc. a nrf 5. th

Which Reminds Ma: I've been
asked to head a "confidential'?
snow Diane to (ur. ..j

bo around-tho-world, but lam nit
sure about my reception j Eng.
ndia) 'v, boon accused of be.
ing anti British becuase I've
written thing, about tho English
.Z,f A'n Writ,,n wori
about America, but hare they ac-
nrstor and am fcp Amr.
n?. f'i-"1 and -'ways. I do
riti.ZV' Bf,,i,h' bMt 1
Britieh hypocrites who sneer at
our fault, whilo hiding their, I
hate Briton, wt,0 ,0ld tho'r I'lo!
nou, birthright for m,,,9
walf.r. ,t.t.i,m, and f h. A.
Red. H Wh0 M" out
Kods for trade, to Nehru for
mo world, and especially to A-
d..d M"- 'ova London In.
dod, I am Anglophile.

WASHINGTON The big ci cigarette
garette cigarette companies probably don't

know it, but two people are targe
lv behind the revelation, now of

ficially confirmed by the U. S.

Government, that cigarettes cause

lung cancer.

No. 1 is Dr. Alton Ocnsner, pro

lessor of surgery at Tulane Uni

versity, in Wew Orleans.

cancer specialists in the United
States, began experimenting with

cigarettes ana lung cancer more

than a decade ago.

At first no one paid much at

tendon to him. But he kept ham

mering away at the fact that when

he operated (or lung cancer, as

he has over a thousand times, he
usually found his victims to be

heavy cigarette smokers.

No. 2 cnmy of cigarettes is Koy

Norr, expert public relations man,
once hired by the candy industry
to counteract that famous ad

which read, "Reach for a Lucky,
instead of a sweet."
Norr came down to Washington,
called on the late Senator Reed
Smoot of Utah, then a power in
the Senate.
"Your church is against tobac tobacco,"
co," tobacco," said Norr, referring to the
Mormon Church. "Your state also
raises sugar, and candy Is all-im-portant
to the sugar industry. How
about putting cigarettes under the
Pure Food and Drug Act?"
Smoot thought a minute, then
replied: "Where's the bill?"
"There's no charge," replied
Norr, not accustomed to parlia parliamentary
mentary parliamentary procedure.

"Where's the bill?" pressed

Smooth. "Haven't you written out

a bill for me to introduce?"
Smoot did introduce a bill in the

Senate putting cigarettes under
the Pure Food and Drug Act,
which caused the cigarette indus industry
try industry to back away from its "Don't
reach for a sweet" advertising.

Later the candy industry and the

cigarette industry made up.

Roy Norr, however, kept on bat

tling.

At the age of 71 Norr Is not

paid by anyone, doesn't want to
be paid, has enough money to re

tire, but is a firm believer that ci

garettes are harmful to the health
of America

He was the first man to write

the J.S. Surgeon General demand

ing that the Public Health Serv

ice take an official stand against
cigarettes fcs a result of the re

search by Dr. Ochsner and other

physicians.

The Surgeon General has now

followed his suggestion

"ERRAND BOY"
"Congressman Antoni Sadlak,

Connecticut Republican, is getting
the reputation of being the errand

boy of big business v .

He's recently introduced a bill,

tSImZ eel America ,d.'th

of Manufacturers, which, n pass

ed, would cost the rest of the coun

try $15 billion over five years. It

would reduce taxes on corpora corporations
tions corporations irom 52 down to 42 per cent;
also reduce the maximum rate on
individual income taxes from 91
to 42 per cent.
Another interesting bill introduc introduced
ed introduced by the Connecticut errand boy
would give a tax bonanza to Bridge
port Brass of Bridgeport, Conn.,
on its back excess profits taxes.
Another Congressman who nuts

a helpful arm around big business

when it comes to taxes is Con

gressman Curtis, Missouri Repub

lican. His amendment in the tax

bill of Congressman Wilbur Mills
of Arkansas, who is trying to plug

tax loipholes, would allow the in

surance companies to escape full
taxation on premiums.

JUMPING OVER THE MOON

missile with scientific instrument!
and shoot, it over the moon.
Scientists believe the moon's
gravity could keep the big ballis ballistic
tic ballistic mi&slles from hurtling aimless aimlessly,
ly, aimlessly, into space, and that it would
make a giant "U" turn around
moon. Then the earth's gravity
would pull it back home.
The idea first developed inside
the Air Force which considered
firing practice missiles to the
moon to collect valuable research
and train missile crews.
Later, last April, disarmament
negotiator Harold Stassen propos proposed
ed proposed in London halting all research
on inter-continental ballistic missil missiles.
es. missiles. The Air Force protested bitter bitterly
ly bitterly that the Russians couldn't be
trusted to discontinue their re
search. ' N
After considerable backstage
wrangling, the Air Force suggest suggested
ed suggested that the ICBM could be built
for peaCefu' purposes namely, to
explore outer space.
Of course, any missile that can
make a round trip to the moon can
also reach Moscow. In case of
war, the scientific instruments
could be replaced by a hydrogen
warhead.
The Ail Force suggestion final

ly lei to Stajssen's latest proposal
to outlaw missile firing into outer
space, except 'for peaceful re-
search. By implication, missiles
could continue to he built for such
peaceful pioneering.

Thus the Atlas would De convert

ed from a military to a research
missile.

COMMUNISTS ARE ASSETS
Chester Bowles, former efficient
ambassador to India and form former
er former Governor oi Connecticut, told
the House Foreign Affairs Com Committee
mittee Committee the other day about the
Prime Minister of Monaco who
asked for $10,000,000 of Marshall
Plan aid.-
" 'Tell us, how is the Commu Communist
nist Communist problem in Monaco?' -the
Prime Minister was asked.
" 'W! have no Communists
there,' he replied.
"No Communists?' (aid the
Marshall Plan people. 'How do you
expect us to give you assistance?
We cannot go to Congress and ask
them for money for Monaco if
you have no Communists.'
"On his way through Paris
the Primo Minister stopped at the
Quai D'Orsay to see the French
foreign minister. He said, 'We are
in great trouble in Monaco. We
need money and we can't get it
from America hernuse w have nn

Communists. Could you loan us
1500 Communists for the weekend
who can break window and create
trouble? We an see that their

pictures are f aken fop: the news

ma f reuvu iureign. miuigier ia
skid to have 'stroked his boajd,
looked out if the window and stM:
'No, my friend. France would like
to be a good; neighbor. But we
need every Communist we hsve.'
Ambassador Bowles' point ws
that we should loan money not
merely to prevent Communism,
but to win friends and preserve
the peace. This was just the re reverse
verse reverse of what Secretary Dulles
told Congress recently.

The Pentagon has a new secret

plan which has been dubbed "O "O-pera'ion
pera'ion "O-pera'ion Cow." It's to send a guid

ed missile, not a cow, jumping

over the moon.

This is what's behind the Ameri

can proposal to restrict space-go

ing missiles to peaceful purposes.

Pentagon plan is to load the Atlas

WWW

ness; born in Chicago, a lawyer.

and more recently the fellow who er is making her first film in

untangled the complicated financ-lyears in Copenhagen. But
ing pf United Artists. TP A, with won't go to see it. Will you?.

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Mtdumf Hunt, Chndlr
Fttd t Luncheon
Mr. John C. Harrisonentertain Harrisonentertain-ed
ed Harrisonentertain-ed with r clespedida luncheon at
her heme in 'J am boa yesterday in
honor oi Mrs. Julian Hunt and
Mr. K. V. Chandler who will be
leaving the Isthmus shortly.
The Hunts will go to live in Ha Hawaii
waii Hawaii upon Dr. Hunt's retirement
this fall. Col. and Mrs. Chandler
will leave Ft; Kobbe lor Annapo Annapolis,
lis, Annapolis, M.I. next month.

Both tuests oi honor were pre

sented with orchid corsages and

attractive gifts.

Attending with the honored
guests were Mesdames Diane
Fitts, Albert BlandshaXt, Waller
Malone, 'A. R. Graham, Ruth
Brow: David Zenzer, John Dillon,
S. A. Mevsner, Mavis McGlade,
Raymond L. Hill, Donald S. Rog Rogers,
ers, Rogers, Joan Scott, Helen Oweiv, Johi
Campbell, Scott McKay, Norman
Terry, Paul Sidcbotham and the
Misses Gertrude Smith, Marie -delin,
and Julia Davile.

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In Right Place

MARRIED IN BALBOA Mr. and Mrs. John Edmund Dolan
are ahqwti 4 following their marriage in Balboa on Tuesday.
The brlde is the former Miss Maria Cristlna Penalver, daugn-
ter of Mr- and Mrs. Ramon pefialver of Madrid, Spain, and
.the groom is tha son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Dolan of
i, i. New York.

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itilDSUMMER NIGHT'S COSTUME BALL TO BE HELD
AT HOTEL EL PANAMA SATURDAY, AUG. 31

Tha Hnt1 VI Minimi hac lannpH a rata costume ball

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Headlnr the list Of door nrizes is a round trip visit to

Miami fortw. The, winners will fly Braniff'g El Doradoi;
and stay t th Hotel McAllister.; They will be tupplleoV;

f with a Drlve-Yourself car arranged for by Fiesta Cat.HenW

als of Panama.

Many other business firms have contributed prices to
enliven what promises to be a cay evening.

Dolan Peiialver
Wadding
Miss Maria Cristina Penalver
daughter 61 Mr. and Mrs. Ramon

Penalver of Madrid, Spain mar married
ried married Mr. John Edmund Dolan son
of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Do

lan of New York. Miss Ma

ria Cristina Penalver is the great
granddaughter of Admiral Exci Exci-mos
mos Exci-mos Pedro Caravaca and the
grand daughter of Francisco Saiz

de Carlos tounder of Saiz fle Car Carlos
los Carlos Product," Co.

Mr. and Mrs. John Edmund Do

lan will reside at "Stutton Gar Gardens,"
dens," Gardens," Suflon Place, New York.

Mi-. John Edmund Dolan is

vice president of Wilbert Products
Corporation and Certified Extracts
Corporation.

The ceremony was followed by
a reception at the Hotel El Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. There was a traditional cham champagne
pagne champagne tons, by the guests invited
to the reception.
Mrs. Humphrey
Mn. Wlkr
Rtturn From Miami
Mrs. B. Donald Humphrey of
New Cristobal and her sister,
Mrs, George A. Walker of Cocoli,
recently returned by plane follow following
ing following an emergency trip to due to
the death of their father, Mr. Ger Gerald
ald Gerald D. Bliss Sr., retired Cristobal

Postmaster, on Aug.

' Mrs, Walker wa accompanied

on her return by her mother, Mrs

Mabel'e H. Bliss, whp will make

her home with her sons-in-law and

daughters.
(Continued on race &

HEJt heart i( not in the right
place if 1 --
-She passe along damaging gos gossip
sip gossip ab'uit a young person on the
pretext of ieelling "so sorry" for
the parents,
v She, tells one "best friends" all
of another 'best friend's", abort-

comings, a

She is Johnny on-tne-spot 10
offer sympathy but always points
out the flaws in anything good
that happens to her friends.
She can hlways be counted on
to tell her friends unpleasant
truths for their "own good" or
because she is sure they would
"want to know," 1
She Is quick to take advantage
of the person who is in no position

to defend himself. She goes to

DR. DOROTHY WILSON lsshowlng a toy to little, (vMarcelina Calderon at the Children's 1
Hospital in Panama City. LHia Rosa Deigaoo is watching. The Women's Auxiliary of the
Balboa Union Church" recently sent many boxes of diapers, camisitas, clothing, sheeting, 1
toys, and magazines to the hospital, which is putting on a special campaign this Tveek for
the donation of diapers.

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MAJ. .CHARLES W. CLOVER (rigfltr, .jihtef,. the reprqd

tlon division, Engineer Section, U.S. Array Carlbbeanj presents presents-a
a presents-a suggestion award certificate and $15.00 check to Rafael R.
Rugllancich (left), of the printing and publishing section,
Engineer Section, In ceremonies held recently at Corozal. In

the rear are Army and civilian employes of the Engineer Sec Section.
tion. Section. Rugllancich lives at Apartment 11-10, Avenue A, Panama
City. (U.S. Army Photo)

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IOO Ot tHt tfO, WHfTf AH SUM UUt,
WITH IMS STtAMMM CUT Of COffU ON It.

puts corns

COLON'S CIRO'S CLUB
is pleased to
issue a formal Invitation to
ITS GALA DANCE
which will take place tomorrow,
August 24 from 7:30 PM. to 12:30 P.M.
at the
SALON PORTOBELO
Music to be furnished by
"JOHNNY AIID THE HOI RODS"

Four Men Arrested
For Tampa Shooting
Of Baseball Player
DADE CITY, Fla., Aug. 23 (UP)
Thru; nien were 'free on bond
today but one remained jailed on
charges of being involved in an
interracial shooting here that
slightly wojnded a Tampa rofes-

siuuai ua.icuan piayer.

The men were arrested Wednes

day night in connection- -with the
Aug. 8 racial incident in which
Tampa Tarpons pitches Richard

Colgaa, sitting in a car with three
Negro and two other white players'

ac a local cmve-in, was nit in the
pitching arm with birdshot.
Sheriff's officers said Edward
W. Gaskin, 27, a Dade City con contractor,
tractor, contractor, was charged with aggra aggravated
vated aggravated assault and accused of actu actually
ally actually firing the shotgun blast. He
was freed under $2,000 bond.
Charged with' being accessories
to the assault were ReecoStaton,
33, a mechanic; Thomas David
Abraham, 30, a bar operator; and
James Edward Gibson, 28, an em-i
ploye Oi a citrus. packing house. I

Bonds for, all were ;et' at 12,000

una :u uui uiDson. .posteq oau

today. -..f4 J
The arrests came six lavs after

Robert Saunders. Florida 1MA sec

retary for tn National Assn. iot
the Advancement Of Colored Peo

ple at Tampa, wrote Gov. LeRoy
Collins and asked ths governor to

investigate the incident. The gov

ernor's office replied that Pasco
Sheriff Leslie Bessinger wts mak

ing a vigorous investigation.,
The shooting occurred late at
night after the ballplayers had

stopped at the drive-in on their

way home. After a curb girl had
asked them to move because the

races were mixed in the car, the
shot was fired from a pickup
truck as the players' car was
some 40 feet from the drive-in.

Amigos Del Pueblo
To Hold Picnic
On Sunday, Sept. 1
Los Amigos del Pueblo Social
Club will hold a Labor Day pic picnic
nic picnic to Pacora on Sunday, Sept.
1.
Buses will leave from M Street

and 27th Street. Chorrlllo. at

Cocker Spaniel
Can Read Minds,.
Do Arilhmelic

DAVENPORT. Iowa ft)P)-A 10-

year-old cocker spaniel whose cate

gory is mathematics has convinced

a college profesor it can read
minds as well as solve complicated

arithmetic proDiems.

Mrs. Rhea White of the para

psychology laboratory at Duke

University, announced her conclu

sions Wednesday after a three-day
test of the floppy eared pooch,

which answers to the, mame of

Cookie.

"There is no doubt that. Cookie

can guess what number is in her

owner s mind, but it is hard to say
illfil hnw mha ie .KIa in An thlm

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Mrs. White said.

The university expert figures

looiue apparently has an "extra,
ordinary" sixth sense which en
ables the dog to read minds.

The aging but nimble-minded

Wg, reported to be a little hoarse
after answering so ; many ques
tions, is owned by Mr. Tane Dug-

aau.
Mrs. White, who has '..mada

study of extra-sensory perception,
Monday. Mrs. "Duggan had written
the Duke laboratory claiming she
had discovered that her dog could
read her mind.

During the tests, Mrs. Duggan

ana looxie i sat lacing each other

in a -totally" darkened room. Mrs.
Duggan then would writ nut

mathematical problem like "I x 2

pius & canals what?" Th rin

without verbal instruction, wnnfrf

bark the correct answer, -have
to keep the figures low;"

Mr. Duggag said, "so she won't
keep the neighbors up alj night
barking out the answer." 1 T
Mrs. Duggan said ?she began
teaching Cookie mathematics when
she ran out of other tricks' but

now wonders if she did the-right

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"It's kind of spooky," she said.
In describing her dos'i sixth

sense," Mrs. Duggan said:
"I sat in a darkened rnnm.

thought of a 'number and then

asked Cookie what the number

was." cookie invariably would

bark the right answer.

the manager about the salesper salesperson
son salesperson who didn't please her.; Sha
works the cleaning woman over
time without extra pay If sha
can get by with it. She high-hats
the people who serve her. Yet
she is "oh-so-charming" 'to those
she thinks fre important or can
do her some good. :
She quickly drops a friend wha
is no longer useful to her.
, WATCH HIR
' SHE sits sflent when"; another
person is being criticized, even
though she is in a position to put
in a good word.
She gives compliments grudging grudgingly
ly grudgingly and .only : when she ia forced
into it. t
She can't wait to "get V e vn
with anyone she thinks has in a a-ny
ny a-ny way slighted her.s .-i
;By watching who she is, nice t
at the moment, you cart pretty
well figure out what 'she wants.
Women whe do any or1 all of
these things may have hearts but
they aren't in the right place. And
they should, never be counted on

as good friends.

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AF Plane Junked
Before Completion
WASHINGTON (UP)l-The "Air'
Force has cancelled a 100 million
dollar airplane without getting a
chance to take it on a ride.
The decision to halt work on tha

1,400-mjle-an-hour XF103, original originally
ly originally designed as an interceptor and

then converted to a research nroi-

ect, W4s prompted by the current
economy axe and because other re

search vehicles would orovide tha

Same data, the Air Force said. V

A spokesman said the man, lin.

dej development six yeari, had
never reached tho flying stage. It
was under joint develoDment bv

Republic Aviation and the Wright
Aeronautical, Division of Curtis

Wright Corp.

out of cranky' iabiVat

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Don Newcombe
Hits 4-Year-Old
In Auto Accident

LINDEN, N.J. (UP)-AH auto auto-mjbile
mjbile auto-mjbile driven by Brooklyn Dodger
pitcher Don Newcombe struck a 4-year-old
boy Wednesday, injuring
him seriously.
Newcombe told police he was re returning
turning returning to his home in Colonia
trom Ebhets Field in Brooklvn

when John Chase ran into the Bath

of his car. The child was reported

7:30 a.m. picnickers are being! in fair condition at an Elizabeth

reminded to take cameras and hospital with head and body in

Darning suits.

Victor Boa ana his orchestra

will play at the picnic grounds.

juries.

No charge
Newcombe.

was placed against

Rtlitye loba

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Female Con Artist Nabbed By FBI;
Daughter Also Held In Conspiracy

-irtltsA. Okla.. Aug. 23 (UP

Ani.iid international swindler

Margaret ,Lydia Burton, who ,1
l.ffprtlv embezzled $100,000 from i

medical clinic Georgia, was at-.

rested. Here toqay py. ws"'j
She' was working in a doctor s ot

The Wy-latred, dignified worn-

an nea, ueprgia neany mumu
ago in caravan that included a
pink, air-conditioned limousine,, an another
other another car, two van loads of furni furniture
ture furniture and more than 40 prize cock cocker
er cocker spaniels.
authorities not only as a dog fan fancier
cier fancier hut : k veteran con f rtist
whose crime Vcareer started 18
years ago when she swindled s aj
rhin&e wiV merchant in Honolulu.

Since ifcen, she- has blazed 4rail

of awindle f across the United

FBI ngent :lso arrsta.,J?er
gauAtetrf "Sheila -tfoy Burtwr:20,
Who liad iceonroartied her on the

flieht from Georgia. Mrs. Burton

was Charged ,1eforfe U.S.'Contmfs U.S.'Contmfs-sioner
sioner U.S.'Contmfs-sioner E;' Lawton Bragg5 w'Hhfa w'Hhfa-terstate
terstate w'Hhfa-terstate irasportation of ffrtojen
goods. BtfK daughtei;,was charged

with fnnsniracv. Both were held

in Tulsa county Jail in lieu of

hnnHo fntalins S40.000.

FBI acent Jim McGovern safd

Mrs. Burton, known under a string

nf aliasAs durine her career, was

arrested after her doctor employ

er had. recognizea ner irom "ew
stories and pictures. Mrs. Burton

hacL-victimized many doctors in

her swindles.

She fled Georgia after a $100,000

shortage was uncovered at a med

ical clime in necatur, a sudwd oi

Atlanta. She had worked at the

clinic as a $100-a-week bookkeeper
and was known as Mrs. Janet

Gray, a respected suburbanite

who moved in the best social

circles.

Mrs. Burton gathered ner pe-

Iongings and left Atlanta only
hours before She was .scheduled to
meet with auditors to ..discuss the

hortage'4W the .cknic Ttfosf of the

caravan twasfound abandoned the

next day in;,Nortn juarouna, uut
Mrs. Burton, and her daughter had
vanished. "t,;?r. ,."'' i v'.v
Authorities said Mrs. Burton at

first refused to admit her identity

but then broke down when agents

began fingerprinting her.

Senate Committee Puts Of f Bill
To Limit Billboards On US Rods

WASHINGTON1. ? Auff. 13 (UP)-

The Sepate Public Works Commit
tee today killed for at least this
session of Congress proposals for

limitng billboards along the na nation'!
tion'! nation'! contemplated new 40,000-

mile federal highway network.

uy a vote of 7 to 6. the com

mittee agreed to pigeon-hole a bill

by Sens, Richard L. Neuberger Neuberger, Gore, Dennis Ctavez

(D-Ore and Albert Gore fD

Tenn.) to grant 'a .; federal bonus
to states -adopting anti-billboard
control programs.

The committee acted as the Bu

reau' of Public i Roads brought
2,100 miles of state-built toU roads

into the .federal highway system
in order to make them sart of

the interstate suDerhiehwav net

work. i

Affected by tre bureau's action

were parts of the Pennsylvania
Turnpikeand the New York Thru Thru-way,
way, Thru-way, si'

, Action Denounced ,(
The vote bv the Senate mm m it-

tee was denounced by Neuberger
as a "victory for ueliness and a

defeat ion what the song 'America
the Beautiful' is all 'about.' H

said the signboard industry would
"reap a bonanza defacing the
scenery and grandeur' alone' the

'The Wishes of the nponl nf th

United States failed to prevail to to-day
day to-day ;, against a powerful lobby
which worked both sides of the
CDOliticalV aisln anil hnth .iHo. f

lUie economic street," he said.

. Voting against billboard controls
were Sens. Chapman Revercomb
(R-WVa), Robert. S. Kerr D D-Okla),
Okla), D-Okla), Pat McNamara (D-Mich)
W Ker Scott (D-NC) Edward

Martin (R-Pa), Thomas H Kuchel

(H-Caiif) and Roman. U Hruska

R-Neb). v j

In favor of controls were Sens

Solon Would Summon Steel Industry,
Uni6nisbtFbr:Fac

(D-NM), JohnA. CarroU YD-Colo),

Francis Case' (R-SDt and Nona

Cotton fR-NH).

, Proposal Shelved

The committee also voted 12 to 1

to put aside until next year a pro

posal to finance an additional 1,000

miles on the federal road system

and permit construction to con

tinue for 50 years instead ? of, 13

years- as now authorized.

Present legislation a authorizes

eventual- construction of 41,000

miles and provides, funds for 40.-

000 miles m highways; 5.:5 :

The highways 1 affected oy the

Bureau of Public Roads action will

become : part of the 40,000-mile

network of superhighways linking

90 vper cent of all cities with a

population of 50,000 or. more, The
state-federal program was author authorized
ized authorized by Congress last year.

uongress must decide next year

whether the federal government

should buy these roads and make
them toll-free or let the states con continue
tinue continue to operate them as1 toll
roads. Under present law, the
federal govesnment is barred

from maintaining toll highways.

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WASHINGTON,. Aug. 23 '(UP )

Sen. John A. Carou (O-coio) pro

posed ytoday that steet mausiry
and union official b called to
ennfront one, another i with; their

conflicting opinions 4 oh the ; steel

price' to'creasetigvSi-,.

He made -the .'Suggestion after

hearing -Otis Brubaker, research

director f o' tie United Steelwork-

ers uniov, argue vuvicei iwco
have farV outstripped," wages and
other' ieTW,''MKif-WX V

' ftruhaker testlfiea; Before Sen

ate Monopoly subcommittee inves investigating
tigating investigating (they 'recent $6-a-ton J in

crease in steel prices.; mausxry ; oi oi-f
f oi-f icials have onftnd e,d th in increase
crease increase 'was necessary because of

rising wages ana jpi-gamuB"

There was no" chance the Car

roll proposal would be followed up
immedUtely.1 'After hearing Jw

baker, the subcommittee recesed

its hearings with indications that

tney wouw oe-resuiueu w wmireif

- Wants loth Bides
rarrnll. who has been sitting In

on the hearings by-special invita invitation,
tion, invitation, suggested the facts could be
obtained more easily if witnesses
for both groups were brought to together
gether together for simultaneous question questioning.
ing. questioning. 1."

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He suggested putting industry

oinciais at one ena of the com committee
mittee committee table and union represent representatives
atives representatives at the other, 1
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Sen. Xstea Kefsri vnr m.T.nn

chairman of the subcommittee

win a reporter earner tne testi testimony
mony testimony thus far has mid. it

that "the amount of the additional

waes jusunea an increase of only
TWA Aw .iku J -11 .

mu uuuirs ana not six

uuuars,. u we price i of steel."

Brubakerindicated h wnnili 1..

wilhng to go alonf with r.mu:

plan. He said the union did not

wapt to turn the investigation Into

ZJFVV wf witn U-S. Steel

s.n., uui, wouia cooperate in any
Way the illhonmmilf. 4.1....-1.X

hair ", ,7 iuuuai

wHe 1 1
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f ; Presents StaMsttce
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for the third .trghtXy'n?

!r-.-m!Mtof 'JHure which he

J?eB ,nowea Wat-Steel "costs

uuwn inn nrinAa w.. 1

for the oast two h... v

The statistics, h ..i ....u....

d "dear .yidence ttZ-ttTK
Steel prices 'have gone up three

e said, the union was acutely
ware" of the effect of stoel

- luauagement kept this

-""" we contracts.
r.tllfir,ilf "to yr .tee?

n.H ii V" erv"es cost drop

tun ana wage costs

...to -x.o a ion, gilt i,e ..m
However, he conceded that his
figures were nnt

h. h.rf fA -:-i oecause

h.. -.Vlua up.on.. PuoUc sta

ir BAact ngures'were
kept .ecret by the steel compa

FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL INSIST
always on CANADA DRY
"High-Ball without Canada Dry
is Foul-Ball"

ff1'

BANKS pay interest

on the money you mt, x

pay interest
on the money you Spend! f
Look for the "Chico" SIQM
WHENEVER YOU BUY

ASK for YOUR "Chico" Stamps Wherever you Suyt

Hammond Sisferc 1
Trio To Appear
For Chorrillo Club
. ..'. ;.,
The Hammond ,t...

Of Colon, und., VhT7":"ZL

of rclval-fwhr;i
!f.m Ptelst, will be featur featur-SSLiS
SSLiS featur-SSLiS OT2. be pre-

..KU wj, ui unorruio Tonth
Congress Club tax Ritnda

.M.trfe hM receiving
considerable im tim n ue

sides of the Isthmus for thelr
presentations at niirinn.

social functions.
hBr,nMT,1,e C11011" Spruc Spruces
es Spruces Up." a Tilav In thr. ot. -nil

k. i . : -r""

"7 c maun leature or trie eve evening
ning evening with a cast which will in-
nliins a T M .

", junior onrnth as

jfPnraim Tutueberry; Mrs. Lncy
Gordon as Mrs. s a m nfh.

Scraegs: Miss vilmo nn.

Florence Scraggs; Miss Violet
Levy as Mrs. Mllly Ruggles; Tal-

ucii, wku as uanana Hopewell
(director' of choir), and Mn

Rhyna A. Brown as Miss Hepsi-

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SPECIAL $2.75

Or buy them separately

Beautiful, hand jtaintet -Bat5.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY, NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY AUGtJST M, 1957
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Sociat, and Oik
Anli-Assembly Edict
. ir ?
erwi&c
Brings Peaceful
Quiet To Levillovn
Coi
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Df. And Chaemeri
Announce Birth

Dr. and Mn. Robert Chapman

of Ancen, announce the Dirtn oi
their first child, a daughter, Pris Pris-cilia
cilia Pris-cilia Ruth at Gorgas Hospital on
Wednesday. The maternal grand grandparents
parents grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. Chap Chapman
man Chapman of Toledo. Ohio.

Pedro Misufl
ftolnbew Olrla
Held Bake Sale ,- v
Th PodM-Mleruel Assembly. Or

der of the Rainbow for Girls will

T.T5VITTOWN. Pa. fUPV A

hold a Bake Sale tomorrow at the i.r.ful calm descended Wedne-

Balboa Post Office and at the-Dia- Hay night over this suburban resi-

blo uommissary oeginning ai dential community wmcn nas oeen

a.m. Homemade cakes, cooKies the scene of anti-Negro demonstra

Today Eneanto JS
At 9:00 p.m.
LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
1 On trie Screen:
"THE AVENGERS"
"MOONRISE"

Today -IDEAL -J0-.10
Double In Cinemascope!
Marilyn Monroe in
"SEVEN YEAR ITCH"
Tyrone Power in
UNTAMED"

and candy -will be sold.

Iateria1ienal Dance
Festival Wit! Be
Held At YMCA Tonight

Dances', music and costumes of

eleven countries will be presented

at the International Dance festi festival
val festival to he held at the Balboa YM YMCA
CA YMCA at 7:30 tonight.
Admission is free,, and no res reservations
ervations reservations are necessary.
(Con tinned on Page 7)

CATHOLIC PRIIST

VIENNA (UP) A Czechoslovak

Roman Catholic priest was sen

tenced to nine years' imprison

meat Wednesday by a Communist

court in Prague, the Prague Ra

dio announced today.

The broadcast said the Rev.

Vaclav Phillpek.; of the Silesian

Order, was accused oi directing

an Illegal spy organization in Mo Moravia.
ravia. Moravia. The radio claimed Philipek

had received "espionage instruc instructions"
tions" instructions" from the U.S. Intelligence

Service and the Vatican.

tions for the. past eight nights.

Only a few scattered groups

milled about the home, of .William

Myers Jr.. and family. first Ne

groes to move into this previously

all-white section, alter ponce is

sued a warning they would arrest

all who -gathered in groups of

more than three.

' The Bristol Township Board of

Commissioners Wednesday ni"ht

turned down -a police request for

a 9 p.m. curfew of all children

under 16. A spokesman for the
commissioners said "they felt the

situation at this tune does not war warrant
rant warrant action." Bristol Police Chief

John R. Stewart said the curfew

was necessary in view of the

present emergency."
The auiet .contrasted with the

jeering crowd" of more than 300

persons which has gathered

nightly near the "Myers home

since the Negro family first occu

pied the -house on Aug. 13

only a token force of troopers

and local police stand guard in

front of the ranch-type home since
police issued the anti-assembly

warnings.

EFsinimnlls
" ntteaiiKtnn

EnramBS EFfi jrsti t

FROM THE FIRST YEAR; ' through School ag. nil ehlldr.n
notd thi vitamin, tnmirth and prottrt of a good milk.
i in 1
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htalth. evary child fhould drink ont quart t milk daily. (Adult

IDEAL EVAPORATED MILK, a guaranteed NISTLE produet. eon.
erve Intact thote precieut elementt of health. It is elaaerated
with the test ew milk.

lEaUSE OF ITS ECONOMY l0tAl EVAPORATED MILK eolve.
the problem of milk in your home.

GIVE YOUR FAMILY the high quality and valuable nutrition of
IDEAL EVAPORATED MILK which it available at any procory
etere er pharmacy in 6 and ti et. cans.

YOU WILL IE SATISFIED h "Wy thi product.

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TWELVE ALBROOK AFB NCO'S recently completed .the Base management co urse. Col. Arthur p. Hurr, Base Commander, presented completion rjertlflcatet
to the graduates.. Lef t to right: SSgt. John R. Yates, SSgt. James R. Tudor, TSgt. Oeorge P. Wise, sSgt. Felix V. Romano, SSgt. Robert O. Boatfield,
CoL Hurrf TSgt. Albert G. Garcia, Major Richard J Carey, Director -of Manpower and Organization, Hq CAlrC; T8gt Daniel J., La Grange, MSgt." Ar Arthur
thur Arthur M, Roberts, SSgt. Paul E. Panter, TSg(. Alvln C. Hodges, sSgt. John Pt Meek, TSgt. Jesse H. Millford, jr., instructor; t, and TSgt. John E Boyd,
',.;., .J" ..'v;;,. r -r - v, ; V (Official USAF Photo)

enjoy This TOP
ENTERTAINMENT

ITtTJ

(no extra charge)

DOLORES and her TRIO
In the CLUB 4: SO Frl., Sat. It Sundays
with LORD COBRA, Calypso singer
winner of last Wed. Variety Night Show I

THE BARON,
popular M. d. and Calypso
singer also on weekends in the informal
Balboa Bar. -Also sings and MC's
at our Variety Night show!

CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA
our long time favorite music makers "'
play nightly in the Bella Vista Room
plus SPARKY and PLUGGY, versatile song
and dance team, nightly at 8:30 Si 10:30

(9 & 11:30 p.m. Frl. & sat.)

LUCHO AZCARRAGA,
V
that magic man who charms Our
Sunday Brunch Dance crowd
with his organ music 1
(from 11:30 a.m.).

yourself at El Panama

cheaper than you think!

Defiant Teamster
Leader Gets Jail
Term, $1000 Fine
WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 (UP)

Frank w. Brewster, West Coast

Teamster leader who defied a
Senate- rackets quiz, -received a
one-year jail sentence and a $1,000
fine todsy for contempt of Con Congress.
gress. Congress. i
Brewster, head of the Western
Conference of Teamsters, -was
convicted June 26 on 31 counts of
contempt growing out of his ap appearance
pearance appearance last January; before the
Senata Investigating subcommit subcommittee.
tee. subcommittee. Federal Judge John J. Sirica.

who tried Brewster wi .;

fixed his sentence and released
him in $1,000 bail pending an ap
peal.
Brewster contended that the

subcommittee, a branch of t h e

Senata Government Operations

committee, lacxea tne authority

iu .iuuk wo iaoor anairs.

ne iaier appeared ueiore a spe

cial committee, created to make
the labur inquiry and answered

questions freely4 ;
" ENTERPRISE- A MUSEUM

WASHINGTON (UPf,The
House has given final congres

sional approval w a Diu permit permitting
ting permitting the taircraft. carrier 'fin t r.

prise to be turned into a floating

uiuseum.

Jimmy Stewart Promotion Blocked;

Of Reserve Activity Stressed

r

What did he say? Me safdoe. Campbells, gives you more to enjoy ;

CAMfltu-J CXIAM Of CKICON SOUP
Is a) leajsj a aAa7vaiet tUck fertrii
autfcat) erf . wfcfc tawptkif cuts ctlry,
avar aa aubrie aewowing, mmj )uiqr bftw f chiden
a tt4n lhay aaelt la yavr aawdil

So many kinds to tnjoy...
b much njoymnt in each I

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CtllMOf

CHICKED

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DRIVE-IN
7:00 TODAY! 9.00
POPITI.ar mami

f 1.10 per CAR!

John Wayne In
"ReciD The WiM Winrl"

I In TECHNICOLOR!

ItOMORROW and SUNDAY

'. WEEKEND RELEASE! I

CHARLTON HESTON aj
Anne Baxter In I
I "Three Violent People"

Showing ai Your Service

Center Theaters. Tonight

BALBOA :15 7:51
"THE QUIET GUN"

DIABLO BTS. 9:M

I "UTAH BLAINE"
Late show 10:30 p.m.

HTENNESSEE'8 PARTNER"

IGAMBOA 7:06

OKLAHOMA"

GATUN I'M

I "WINGS OF EAGLES

MARGARITA C:15 7:55

rinanuiva nuu"
Late show 10:30 nrn

"BOLD and THE BRAVE"

JRISTOBAL 7:61

THE 7th CAVALRT

PARAISO 1:15 1:21

-THE RACK"

Late show 10:30 pjn. -

"POSTMARK FOR DANGER'

LA BOCA 7:M
"Back To God's Comntry"
BmreJBjjjJToCoIlejej'

SANTA CRUZ :15 7:2t
"Bine Canadian Rockies

"ASSIGNMENT-PARIS"

CAMP BIERD :15 :65

THESE WILDER TEARS"

Late show 10:30 pjn.

rrhaaUsa of the Rat Morpiei,

WASHINGTON. Aug. 23 (UP)-

The Senate Armed Services Com

mittee yesterday blocked the

promotion of Hollywood star Jim

my Stewart, hero of several dra

mas, of the air, from coionei to
brigadier -general in. the Air Force
Reserve.
By a vote of 11 to 2, the com

mittee held that despite his ex excellent
cellent excellent World War II record, Stew

art had not put in enough time on

neserve acuvraes ro warraui a

boost in rank.

The committee also postponed

action on President Eisenhower s

nomination of Dr. Paul D. Foote
to be asistant defense secretary
for research and engineering after
he testified he could not afford to

sell his huge bloc of stocks in

oil .companies.
Blocks Another
.The group also blocked the pro promotion
motion promotion of Reserve CoL r John H.
Montgomery to brigadier general,
Montgomery.-a World War II ma

jor general who resigned his com:
mission 'after 20 y a rfc service1,
was reappointed "a reserv colonel

in 1833. '

The names of Stewart and Mont

gomery were on a list of 11 normally-routine
Air Force promotions

that, have been hanging fire for

months. The committee sent the

other nine promotions to the sen senate
ate senate for confirmation.

Included was the proposed pro

motion of Jess Larson, former

General Services Administrator

under President Truman,- from
colonel to brigadier general in the
Air Force Reserve.

Said Competent
Committee Chairman Kirhnrrl

B. Russell (D-Ga emnhaaized

that the committee's action wa

in no way a reflection on Stewart

or Montgomery. He said both were
"thoroughly competent officers"
wth fine World War II records.
But he said the committee felt
that neither man had put in
enough time on reserve operations
to warrant promotion.. He said the
committee .was also j concerned
about Stewart's designation" of
deputy operations director of the
Strategic Air Command in tlje
event of war. t
'Stewart played the role of
Charles A. Lindbergh, in the movie
"Spirit of St. Louis." a film'based

on Lindbergh's 'non-stop flight to
Paris in 1,27. He also starred in
the Air Force-endorsed mnvie

"Strategic Air Command." -.
Russell said the nominaHnnt nf

Stewart and Montgomery pointed

up me ueea ior greater, committee
scrutiny of reserve nrnmnrinni in

the future. .

One of the boldest fluestlona

you can ask Is: "What religious
faith are you?" If the,person la lactose
ctose lactose to you, you'll 'know i his
faith,

If he's not. you've no buslneu

asking.

THREE VIOLENT PEOPLE'
SEETHES WITH RUGGED DRAMA AND THRILLS THRILLS-RELEASE
RELEASE THRILLS-RELEASE TOMORROW AND SUNDAY AT
THE "DRIVE-IN" THEATRE

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The ezplorive stery ef a Texaa cattle baron, hie fierce
; willed wife and his hate-driven brother Is told with tre tremendous
mendous tremendous sweep in THREE VIOLENT PEOPLE," yesterday'!
' opening at the "DRIVE-IN," tomorrow and SUNDAY. Star Starring
ring Starring Charlton BESTON, Anne BAXTER, Gilbert ROLAND,
ee-tarrfng Tom Trron, Forrest Tacker, Brace Bennett and
' teaturinr Elaine 8TRITCIL the Technicolor film is a high highly
ly highly chai-re4 tale ef three people at the mercy ef then, own
undisciplined emotions. Advt.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
O FRIPAY, 'AUGUST 23, 1957
PAGE SEVEN
y: Solicit diidQlk
Ah'ni AIMING to
Have Ma'self a TIME!..'
at the whoopingest
party of the year...
; 1 Panama'
COSTUME BALL
Sat. Aug. 31 from 9 p.in.
Get your costume?
Come as the craziest!
Entrance: $1.49 (2 for 2.96)
erwi&e
'AS-C Haclor Aubert
W.ll Marr , J
In bttei t -
Slsttrhood .
Will Hold 1
Installation
- A3-C hector A. Aubert M.. son
of Mr and Mrs. Hector G. Aubert
of Parqua Lefevre. will Ved Miss
Coral Matindale of New York ,Ci-
The Sisteihood of Kol Shearith
Israeli will hold a tea and install'
ation of new board on Tuesday, at
4 p.m. in the Community ; Hall
tv on Sunday. Aug. Z5, la w w
Ave. 5. 34-16, Panama. ; -7
Mr. Aubert, a former resident
' the Isthmus now living in the
U.S.A is presently serving with
the United States Air Force.

to

Gambler Indicted
f or Attempt To J
Kill Frank Costello

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AT LAST!
sought by

(NBA Telephoto
After being
oolice for three

mrtnt.hu in th ambush shoot

in of gambling czars Franh;
. costello. ex-prize tighter Vin Vincent
cent Vincent "(Chinr. Gigante was
booked In New York. He sur-
rendered unexpectedly to po po-.
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NEW YOrtK, Aug. 23 (UP)

Tin-horn gambler Vincent Uhe
Chin) Gigante was indicted today
on &' charge, of attempting to
murder underworld czar Frank
Costello in an ambush shooting on
Central Park West. ,(
-ArJJew Vork County grand jury
heard" testimony by Costello. a
man wlio was 1 with Costello vtne
kiight tev stalpas crease with
a .38 caliber bullet, and three
f other witnesses before returning
1 one-sentence indictment.
: v:,v .vv:-j
-v It took the district attorney only
an hour' to present .his evidence
against the 30-year-old Gigante,
who surrendered Monday after
fc-jing iu hidings since the Costello
8'iootingf The jury deliberated less
thai, two hour; before returning
its indictment.,;,. .m :
Giganto has been t held, without
bail sinca he walked into a police
station Monday night and said he
understood he was the object of
a city wide search.
Costello confronted Gigante at
the police station and testified for
20 minutes .today. Officials would
not disclose what Costello told the
grand jury, but the 65-year-old
iambler has said ever since the
shooting that he had no idea who
pulled the triggef p him from a
distance of only' 10 feet as he en entered
tered entered his Central Park West apart apartment
ment apartment house. : ; .
Giganta wa scheduled to be, ar arraigned
raigned arraigned tomorrow on a charge
that could sond him to prison (.or
12V4 to 25 years. The Indictment
said: '.
'. "The- second August grand jury
accuses 1 Vmcent Gigante of the
crima ; of attempting to' commit
;t i-v- ' ''

. Each notice for tnlui)eit ia hu
'coluoia tktuH bt tubmiK4 m
fyps-writtm' tarn and milUa
th b number lirt 4tih ia $
ill and OfhfrwW w.MWtni
b hi t Ihf office. Noticm at;
Mterinat cannot bt iceaalod ot
lolcphono.'.'
CZ Gom And Mineral '-

Society Wi" Hold

The Canal Zone Gem and Min-j

er 1 Society will hold their regu
lar "meeting tonight at 7:30 in Bal
hnn.

There will be election of officers

for ths next term. All members.

are cordially invited to attend.
Women's Auxiliary
Of Margarita Union
Church WMI Meet

- The Regular Monthly Meeting of

the Vvomen's Auxiliary 01 tne Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Union Church will be held

at tne (Jnurcn on luesuay, Aug
2 at 730 (.'dock. l'.'. ''.

The Devotions will be given by
Mrs. Marshall Brenneman of. Coco

Solo and a very interesting mov

rnz picture on the Guaymie 1

dians of Panama -will be shown

by Mrs Richard Parker. Hostess Hostesses
es Hostesses for the evening, are Mrs. Jo Jo-KRtth
KRtth Jo-KRtth ftvinn and Mrs. J.W.B .Hall.

All -women of the Margarita U U-nion
nion U-nion Church are urged to attend
this meeting and all friends inter

ested in the work ot thia cnurcn
are invited to be present.
Newcomers to the community
desiring to attend t)ie meeting are
asked to call 3-2947 and it will be
arranged for someone to call for
them.- ',' u

PRESLEY'S DAD
MEMPHIS; Tenn. '(UP) Elvis
Ptresley's father decided Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday against prosecuting six White Whitehaven
haven Whitehaven High School football play players
ers players who tried to make off with

the Presley lawn furniture, ; After

a conference at Juvenile court,
Mr. 'and Mrs.- -Vernon Presley
shook hands with the boys and in invited
vited invited them to "come out and visit
us sometinie.w;

- n,.ifc.iii. iiiiiiMt-wilfevil ii in mi iiib at .iingiwiiwitr jSMfc. Jtorf J.i ml MKii.ii mmt 1fl rv r"vi i mmm f.4 lT,."V.' Cayi f f

DlSTiNGCISHED ; CEtEBRANTS of Corri "Week at the Profess ional School in Panama are shown at the Queen's table. Left
"to right arer Mrs.' William E. potter, Lions International Governor Teodoro Arias,-Queen Evidelia I, King Louis zerdon,

Lions Club. Queen Carmlna Monzo, and Governor W, E. Potter.,

the rlmt- murdi ii e txw

degree, job -the night -of u May 2,
1957,, by w Jf ully feloniously and
with the deliberate design to effect
the dsath of Frank. Costello."
: It was learned that one and pos possibly
sibly possibly two witnesses identified the
215-pound former prize fighter as
Costello'i assailant Whoever fired
at Costello took such good aim
that the- bullet probably would
have entered his nead if he had

not turned at the last moment.
The result was a superficial
wound. ; "i' -. 8
Costello was sentenced to 30
days in the workhouse for refus refusing
ing refusing to give information about the
shooting The sentence has been
appealed.
Police searched the city for Gi Gigante.,
gante., Gigante., They feared he had been
the victim of underworld violence
until he dropped in on them with
his lawyer Monday about 20
pounds lighter and with his sleek
haircut replaced by a crew cut.

BY MRS: MURIEL LAWRENCE

SAM'S mother' was in the yard

talking to a neighbor when he

came pumping up the drive on

his blko Instead of braking at

the patch of lawn his father had

sowed the aay neiore, ne roae

right over it.

His mothe. blew up. She said

that for a nine-year-old boy he

didn't show the sense of a tnree-

year-old. ;

eU.J m.A tit Ati't malr. i DM1.

hut cakes for babies so just don't
expect any for lunch." '

Later she reeretted humiliating

him before the neighbor, So- she

placed a piece of cake at his

place at the table. When the ig ignored
nored ignored it, sne said, ''Aren't' you
going tp aat your cake?

Glaring at her, he shouted, "No,

I'm notl Grabbing the remain remainder
der remainder of Wi sandwich he; went out

side to finish eating it. : 'X7i

She thought, 'Oh I wish I .un

derstood him! Why, is he always

so stubborn when l try to be nice

BUT Sam didn't know she was

tryinif to be ice to him. : She'd
told him nothing of her regret at

calhnf hin? "baby" oeforo tne

neighbor. So the action that had
been' motivated by her reasonable

and tndly feeling appeared incon

sistent, arbitrary and mean to

him. Quite understandably, he re rejected
jected rejected it. p
. The late Dr. Karen Homey, one
of the most creative psychiatrists,
called our ability to reveal the in intentions
tentions intentions Behind our. actions "tak "taking
ing "taking respor.sbility for oneself."
Children misjudge our intentions
as often as we misjudge theirs.
If we don't put their misjudg misjudg-ments
ments misjudg-ments right, we can soon i lose
touch, not, just with them but with
ourselves as well.- That's had.

Then, like Sam's mother, we be-i
gin to share the child's distrust of I
what we've done. We resent him

tor nis lauure to appreciate us.
Uncertainty begins, to infure all
our dealings with him.
THE child centered "experts"
have thrown us'-vOff the track by
telling us it's important to know
why Sam rejected the cke' K
isn't important at all. What's im important
portant important Is knowing why we offer-
ed it to him, :.-r;!i;',-x
We tells us why he ; turned v it
down in response to learning that
he got it,: not out of thoughtless in
consistency, but out of our ? gen genuine
uine genuine regret for embarrassing him.
- He takes -reiponiibilitr- for hat
he feltafter we have taken it for
what we felt, ,'

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Seven-

Fpr First Ebbets Field
Victory Since Aug. 55

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Aug. 23 (UP) Add Lew Burdet Burdet-te
te Burdet-te to the reasons the Milwaukee Braves are steadily
driving those nails into the coffins of their National
League rivals.
It was Just about this time a! Bob Friend scattered nine hits
year ago that the controversial as he Pirates extended the
EScVAS0 tao J&?aZ

record but he won

or

Leag

ue

LEADING BATTERS

(Bad on 325 official at
, .American Laagua

bats)

P and C G AB R H Pcf.

Williams, Bos. 1U 370 82 143 .386

Mantis, fC.Y. 120 403 108 152- ,377

Woodling, Clev. 105 328 56 10?J2B

FOX, Chicagu 120 475 85 153. JSZi
3oyd, Balti. 112 385 57, 122 ,317

MinOSO, Vtll. 119 439 78 .130 .31U
McUougald- NY 111 428 7a 130 ,304

SkOWiOfc. N.Y. 105 391 50 118 .302
Doby, Chicago 97 344 49 104 .302
Malzone. Bus. 116 489 58 145 .297

Lew

with a 19-10

, nlv three Barnes after Aug. 22

' as the Braves faltered in the
. stretch.
"It appears that there'll be no

late slump tnis year, nowever,
for Burdette. who whipped the
Brooklyn Dodgers, 6-1, last night

to keep the Braves' 6y?-game
; lead Intact. The St. Louis Car

dinals beat the Philadelphia

Phillies, 6-5, the Pittsburgh Pi Pirates
rates Pirates dealt the Cincinnati Red Red-lees
lees Red-lees their 10th straight loss, 8-3

and the New York Giants de

feated the Chicago Cubs, 6-2. in
the .other National League

games. N
The New York Yankees in in-'
' in-' creased their American League
rad over the Idle Chicago
Wte Sot with an 11-4 victo-
r over their "country-cousin"
" Sansas City Athletics while
Boston Red Sox drubbed
The Cleveland Indians, 11-3,
and the Detroit Timers down downed
ed downed tha Baltimore Orioles, 4-0.
Burdette, who hadn't beaten
the Dodgers at Ebbets Field
siice Aus. 31. 1955. did .It last

r.i?ht behind an 11-hit attack

thtt included homers bv Han1:
: Aaron and Red Schoendienst. It
Was Lew's fourth victory in his
4s$t five decisions and his 12th
ftjumph of the year.
Aaron sent the Braves off
winging against Sal Maglie in
the first.innlng when he smashr,
ed a three-run homer, NQi 35 ofj
the year, and Schoendienst, who
hd three hits in all, bashed hia
14th homer in the fifth. The
Breves now have beaten the

Dodgers 10 times In 17 meetings

and six different pitchers have
victories over the defending

chpmplons.
Joe Cunningham's two dou doubles,
bles, doubles, a homer by Ken Boyer and
a tricle by Al Dark sparked an
eer;-" Cardinal attack that ropt-16-rame
winner Jack San San-2S$d.
2S$d. San-2S$d. Billy Muffttt gained cred't
ff his second win when he
r'nit out the Phillies for the' last
iovr Innings after they knocked
ort Larry Jackson. Stan Musial
w- :t O-for-3 for the Cardinals
f '"it the game in the fifth
: Vng with an lling left shoul-

Willi Mays boosted his av average
erage average to .332 with his 28th
homer and two doubles to lead
a 10-hit Giant attack ihat
handed strikeout whiz Dick
Drott his 10th loss. Ray Crone
won his sixth game for the
Giants although he needed
help from Jim Constable and
Marv Grissom.
Harrv Simpson's grand slam

hnmpr was the biz blow as the

Yankees whipped the Athl&tlcs

for the 17th time in 20 meet

ings. Jerry Lumpe also had
three hits to help johnny Kucks

win his eigntn game. wuy
Burnette suffered his ninth de defeat.
feat. defeat. comDared to six victories.

TPd Williams snaDDea out oi

his two-day slump to go 2-for-4

and raise his average to .auq in
the Red Sox' rout of the Indians.

Mike Forrfleles carried a shut shutout
out shutout into the ninth to win his

eighth game while Early Wynn
suffered his 15th defeat for the

Indians. Williams now leaas
Yankee star Mickey Mantle by
nine points in the A.L. batting

race.

Frank Lary pitched his sec

ond straieht four-hitter ana

Harvey Kuenn, Ray Booni and
Al Kaline had two hits each for

the Tigers. Biuy o ueii was

rhareeri with his seventn loss

in nine decisions for Baltimore

Ail-Time Hdckey

Scoring Great Dies

WASAGA BEACH, Ont. (UP) (UP)-One
One (UP)-One of the all-time scoring greats
of the National Hockey League,
Nels Stewart, died at Wasaga
Beach, Ont.. Wednesday of a heart
attack. Funeral arrangements
were not disclosed.
Known as "Ole Poison," Stew

art was born in Montreal in 1902.
The burly 6-1 center began his
fabulous J4-year career in profes professional
sional professional hookey with the Montreal
Maroons in the 1925-26 season. He
teamed with Babe Siebert and
Hoolev Smith to form the dread

S-line."

National Ltaguo

Musial, St. L. 120 468 75 159 .340
Mays. N. Y. 122 464 88 154 .332

Groat, Pitt. 92 372 45 122 .328
Aaron, .Mil. 116 476 93 155 .326

Robinson, Cin. 116 472 80 153 .324
Schoendienst. M 116 501 68 159 .317

Fondy. Pitt. 94 3o7 43 113 .317
Moryn, Chicago 113 425 61 132 .311
Hodgei, BKn. 118 453 70 139 .307
Thomas. Pitt. 117 466 59 142 .305

HOME .RUNS
American Loagu
Mantle, Yanks
Sievers, Senators
Williams, Red Sox
Colavito, Indians
Werlz, Indians
Maxwell, Tigers
Zemii'l. Athletics

National Laagu
Aaron, Braves
Snider, Dodgers
Musia!, Cards
Crowt, Rediegs i
Banks, Cubs
Mays, Giants

RUNS BATTED IN
American Laagu
Sievevs, Senators
Mamie, Yanks
Minoso, White Sox
Wertz, Indians
Jenser., Red Sox
Skowron, Yanks

National Laagu
Aaron, Braves
Mus'al, Cards
Mays, Giants
Crowe, Rediegs t
Hodges,1 Dodger

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21
20
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76

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97

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Spongy Pete Stays Down

On Seventh Trip To

Deck

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Albrook Flyers

Break

2 Bsslcetball Records

While Beating Amador

By AL LIMA
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Grim, Yanks -Shantz,
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People will do anything to feel
better except give op
moking them feel bod

The Albrook Flyers set two new

records in PAAF basketball histo

ry Wednesday night at Amador's

gym while chalking up their 17th

win oi tne season.

Flyer guard Emmett Bryant sur

passed by far the existing record

ox most points scored in a game

as he dunked in the grand total of

69. itie flyer squad itself broke

the team record as they came up

with a tot., of. 134 points.

The final score of 134-85 in itself

may have set another record for
total points in one game plus the

possibility in the number of assists

rendered by Flyer Ron Pearson

may have set still another record.

In other gajnes of the week Ar Army
my Army Atlantic downed Amador 99 99-64;
64; 99-64; Kobbe beat Albrook 74 60:
Clayton downed, Amador 85-56 and
Clayton downed Kobbe 88-60.
Albrook 134, Amador 85
Wednesday night, Aiig. 21, will
be. a day kng to be remembered
for Albrook AFB as their high fly flying
ing flying 'Flyers' tore up several stand standing
ing standing PAAfS records and set a few

of their own.

Playing ai the Amador gym, the
Flyers went on a scoring spree
that has never been equalled be

fore as tney downed the Troopers

The Flyers got off to a quick
start in the first periotf-'ts they
came up with 28 counters to the

Troopers 15.

Amador outscored Albrook in

the second period 31-28 as Mike

Rivera hit the hoops for 10 points

In the last quarter Bryant had 8

field goals and 4 free tosses for a
total of 20 with the rest of his
match adding another 20 for the
grand total of 40 counters. The

Troopers added 19 to make the fi

nal score 134-85.

Bryant, with his 69 ooints. was

followed by Edwards with 24 for

high scoring honors of the evenine

for tne Flyers. Hopwood scored

10, Pearson 6, Austin 5. Thompson

5, W. Smith 4, Johnson 4, Banks
3, Clark 2 and C. Smith 8.

For the Troopers, Daniels led

the narY wifh 23 mnnlum follow

ed by Rfvera with 18, Belloumini
12, Nye 8, Beal 7, Thompson, 6,

Chairs 2, t) Mara 2 and Albers 1
' COMING GAMES

oruy lour games remain on

the Panama Area Armed Forces

League basketball scneauie.
Saturday nleht the Army, At

lantlc Bushmaster visit Reeder

gymnasium for a game with the

champion Clayton five and the

Fort Amador Troopers Invade
the Kobbe den In their last

chance to gamer a win this sea
son. .-.

Monday evening i the Fort

Kobbe squad will make the long
trip over to Fort Davis for the

last time this year, for a clash

with the Army Atlantic Bush-

masters.

Also on Monday evenine the

champs and the runners-up
tangle for the final time this

season, (Clayton and Albrook)
at the Albrook gymnasium.
First and second place team
and individual trophies will be
awarded immediately after the
ball. game.

Teams
Clayton
Albrook
Kobbe
Army Atlantic
Amador

W L
19 3
17 6
12 10
8 14
0 23

Saturday's Results
Army Atlantic 99, Amador 64
Kobbe. 74, Albrook 6. , y
Monday's Results -Clayton
85, Amador 56 'fv?
Albrook .76, Army Atlantic" 69 v
Wednesday's' Results V
Albrook 134. Amador 85 ' v

Clayton 88, Kobbe 60

Coming Schedule
Saturday Army Atlantic at

Fort Clayton: Fort Amador all

Font Kobbe.

Aug. 26 Fort Kobbe at Ai-

my Atlantic; Fort Clayton at Al

orook AFB.

Toronto, Buffalo Continue

2-Team Fight For IL Flag

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NEW YORK, Aug. 23 (UP) (UP)-With
With (UP)-With first place in the Internation International
al International League down to a two team
race between Toronto and Buffalo.

most interest today wss centered
on fourth place the last playoff

spot.
The Rochester Red Wings, cur currently
rently currently in fourth place, lost ground
both to Havana and Miami, the
contenders for that spot, by drop dropping
ping dropping a 4-3 decision last night to
the second-place Buffalo Bisons.
Miami whipped Columbus, 10 4,

to move to within one and oner
half games of Rochester and Ha Havana
vana Havana downed Richmond, 7-1, to

get within four, games of the Red

wings.

The leaeue-leadina Made Leafs

hung up their fifth straight victo

ry, 7-2, over Montreal to ream.n

a half game in front of Buffalo

in their private battle for the first

place.

Eddie Blake pitched seven hit
ball to pick up his eighth victory

against the same number of lost

es for Toronto; Ray Herbert hung
on despite giving up nine hits to

give Buffalo its victory: the Mar

lins backed Johnny McCall and

TOm Qualters with 20 hits, and
Jose Saniiago tossed a two-hitter

lor Havana.
The standings and linescores:

Toims
Toronto
Buffalo
Richmond
Rochester
Miami
Havana
Columbus
Montreal

W
77
76
69
68
64
63
61
60

L
58
58
64
69
68
72
74
75

Pet.
.570
.567
.519
.496
.485
.467
.452
.444

SEATTLE, Aug. 23 (UP)

Pete Radmachr, the amaxing

amateur who floored Ho vy
weight Champion Plovd Patr

son but was knocked out In the
sixth: round, said today he would

fight tor the title again if,
had a chance., f

Ivan though Radmaehr : on-

loyad a brisf moment w glory
last night by docking Patterson
for a four count In the aecond
round, h was Jie match for the
champion' and was counted out
on his seventh fad to the canvas.
': Patterson, 1 87-pound bundle

of coordinated lightning, knock

ed down the 202- pound Rado Rado-macher
macher Rado-macher six times before finally
stretching him for the 10 count
In fhe sixth round. v

But it, wasn't such a set-un as

some' had predicted. In fact, the

Olympic champion bad the title

holder on the canvas in the sec

ond round lot; an instant, as 17,000

partisan Jans went wild with an
ticipation.

Patterson wasn't hurt and he

came back to butcher Rademach
er the rest of the way.

lhe knockout came after 2:57

of the sixth round. Referee Tommy

Loughran, who had promised not
to end the bout, on a technical

knockout, tolled up to 10. But when

ixiughran was unsure of his count.

Rademacher's corner asked him

not to let it go on.

Many. nfrMt would hlvi
stopped the uneven encounter in
the fifth round when the chal chal-longer
longer chal-longer want to the canvas four
times once for a five count,
once for a seven and fwicn for
nh counts,

The official house count -was 16.-

Pct 961 and the gross gate 1243.030.

Rjk mi 1- Aaaa wwn mm.

.003 4-ne nec way 4uy,aoo.o. ,c

.739 Patterson, said after the fight
.545 he didn't recall going down in the

.383 second rouno.

.000 "if I went dowa to the canvas,

1 aon t remember it. ne saia.

"And I don't jecall getting up."
(But definitely. was on the

canvas and Loughran called if a
knockdown: ':' ; V- .',
yx : :7--'--r----
'Asked if he tarried Rademacher
for; a wfiile, he replied:' 'Nd. I was
an Olympic1 champion one "and I
know how they fight.
"But I never was worried! s I
fought to win." j

The champ had' a narrow edge

in the first round as the two men

sparred roost of the time in the

center of the ring., But in the see

ond. . Rademacher c dropped the

young champ with a sharp right

to the head. Patterson didn't

ven shake his head as he got up

The challenger landed a couple
more solid blows before the bell

to easily win the round. ,.

The beginning of the end start
ed in the third. The champ rock

ed Pete with' rights and lefts to

the' head and then floored him for
a nine-count with a straight right

to tne jaw.
Most of the fans thought It
would be all ever in this fourth.
But' Radomachor held his own
as Patterson looked for the e
boning that would lead to ,th
kill.: r1;

, Editor: CONRAOO 5ARCEANT

national league

, W L Pet. GB
i 74 45 ,.622
, 68 52 (67 m
, 68 54 ,557 77W
i 61 59 .508 13V6
61, 59 .508 13V
58 66 .468 18V4
- 46 71 .393 27
- 44 74 ...373 294

Teams

Milwaukee
St, Louif -,
Brooklyn
Cincinnati

Philadelphia
New York
Chicago
Pittsburgh

Milwaukee at. .Brooklyn (N)
' Chicago at New York N)
St. Louis at, Philadelphia (N)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N)
YantordavV lunik

Chicago ... 000 000 0202 8
New York 210 nsn mv in

Drott m-inv: ah AMAH DihAl.

sky and Neeman.

Crone (My. Conxtahl r-pUnm

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Milwaukee 1 ami nm ha 1.

(Brooklyn 000 000 1001 7

uurdette (12-7) and r.rarA,i

Maslie 'C6-6). C.mio t hin

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St-.LouiS 021 111 000-6 10
Philadelphia 002 003 000 5 11

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Sanford hrjcy n

head, FarreU and Lonata. Lon

ueu, ;

(Niaht Carnal

Cincinnati 000 020 100 S 9
Pittsburgh 000 520 0lx-- 15

ross:t4-B), Acker, Fowler, A

nier ana Bailey.

r nena ( -i6) and Foiles,

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Farewell Party Held
For Aston Parchment

.Members of the Paraiso Tennis
Club got together Wednesday eve evening
ning evening and held a party in honor of
Aston M. Parchment, physical di director
rector director of Paraiso High School and
coach for the Paraise Tennis Club,
at the Service Center Meeting
Room at Paraiso, Canal Zone.
Parchment, who recently came

back to the Canal Zone for a short

stay, is returning to continue his

studies at Xavier University in

New Orleans, Louisiana today.

Members Eric Brown, Fecidio

Douglas, Rem in (Buck) Jimenez.

Harold Johnson, Vincent Sampson
and Mrs. Flaine Hendricks ex expressed
pressed expressed their goodbye goodluck

wisnes.

Highlight of the party was the

presentation of a gift front the
members of the Paraiso Tennis

uuo. The presentation was made
by Fernando Bradley.
Bradley mentioned man 1val

hoys and girls who have been suc successful
cessful successful on the athletic field after

being helped by Parchment, one

way or the ether. He thanked him
for his efforts in assisting theoe
athletes and wished him a safe
voyage and success ia. the United

States.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Rochester 010-002-000 i 4 1
Buffalo 0O0-O31-O0X 4-70
Baczewski, Deal (5) and Sbantz.

Herbert and Noble. LP Deal.

Montreal 000-100-001 272
Torinto 100-312-OOx 7 12
Kipp, Cristante 5), Barker (7)
and Pignatano; Blake and Rosel Rosel-li.
li. Rosel-li. LP Kipp. HR Roselli.
Havana 012-004-000 771
Richmond 000-100-000 123
Santiago and Izquierdo; James.
Weisler (6), Nardella (9) and Chi

li, jut James.

He found il in the fifth. First

he sent a rieht cross that put Ra

demacher on the floor for a five-

Count. When he got up,. Rademach

er went down from another: right

for seven. The challgener just sat
there with a dazed look and; his
arms', around his knees. A right

to the side of the head sent him

down again for nine, then a right

hook to the ear put him, on the
floor again.
That made the balding, 202-

pound Rademacher an easy prey
in the f ixth. And when be went

down this time, the end of a won

derful dream for the ex farmer

came to an end..

Slop Stan's Siring

PHILADEIJAAAus jA rtTTM

a snouioer injury, appeared air

niusi cenam 10 anan sin Xfnai'.

National League,' record string of

.vui)T jamci piuyea lonignt

wnen me aras. lace-the Phillies,

The, injury,, which also may de deprive
prive deprive the St. Louis .Cardinals of
The Man's brilliant, play in their
efforts to hang on to the pace-set-

uug jnuwauxee craves, occurred
m last night's game with the PhU-

aiaeipma Phillies.

Musial was to undergo X-ray ex

aminations toaay to determine the

iuu extent ot the injury but C. A.
(Bob) Bauman, Cardinal trainer,
said it looked like Musial would
be sidelined for at -least several
days.j

"The shoulder needs rest and
you can't get rest swinging a
hat." 'cairi Rmmfin tulin

1 - -. "... nuincu
on the ifijury from the time Mu Musial
sial Musial left the game "in the fifth in inning
ning inning until the team returned in it

hotel. :.

loams

New York
Chicago -Boston
Detroit
Baltimore
Cleveland v
Kansas City
Washington

AMERICAN LEAGUsT

78
.'71
63
60
57

I. Pet.

42 .650
48 97

58
60

61

57 64
47- 74
46 74

,529

.500
.483
.471
.388
.383

,m
14V4
19
20
21Va
-31V4,
2Z

Todav'a Gamaa :

New York at Cleveland (N)
Biston at Chicago (N) -Washington
at Detroit (N)
Baltimore at Kansas-City N)

New York
Kansas City

006 000 20311 14 1
200 020 000 4 5 0

Larsen, Ditmar, Kucks (8-9) and
Berra.
Burnette (6-9), McDermott, Por Por-tocarrero,
tocarrero, Por-tocarrero, Hill, Morgan' and1
Thompson.

Baltimore 000 000 0000 4 1
Detroit 000 200 02x 4 8 1
O'Dell (2-7). Zuverini and Trian

dos.

Lary (7-15) and Wilson.

Boston 210 033 0021 14 1
Cleveland 000 000 003; 3 8 1

Fomieles(8-12) and White. '
Wynn (13-15). Daley Tomanefc

and Nixon.

Only games, scheduled.

Panama Moto Club

Elects New Officers

Last tiiarht the metnbeirs of Vthe1-'

Panama "Moto" Club met at

the house of Enrique Fllos to
elect officers for the coming

year,,- '"

Present at the meetlnsr wert

Antonio DonadovV.; Ramon iR ''
Sanchez, Alonso Bonllla, Miguel
A. Ooti, Alberto Barsallo, QiU
berto Tronlni.. Srafltv 'rtrfthd'

Gregorio Grande. Monlto Perez. f

Ramon Velasquez, Roberto Espl-.'
nosa,-i,Ehrlque iFllos, ; Doming i
Sanchea R. Romaenoll. Jaime -.

Fringle, Manuel Celada, Rafaei
Recuero, and Cesar de L6ori.v -J.
- The results of the elections,
were as follows: Antonio Dona Dona-do
do Dona-do Visuettl, president (re-elected):
Serafin Grande, vice ores-

ident; Alberto Barsallo. secreta

ry; Ramon E. Sanchez, .treasur

er; oregono Grande, board
member; Enrique Fitos. trustee:

Miguel A. GOti, trustee.- ;

Australians Cop
Singles To Wirt

Canrres Tourney

The Cardinal, infielder had n

ed 862 eames in a row until

21 when he sat out a second g
of a double-header ia Pittsbure.i

The came eventually waa mnpnrt.

ed. by the Pennsylvania Sunday
Curfew Law but manager Fred

Hutchinson Planned tn nut Mnaial

back ia the lineuo when the nm

i completed at Pittsburgh next
week. Had be slaved without in

terruption, Stan would have 895
in a row before tonight's contest.1

CANNES, France. Auer. 23 (UP)'

Australians Lew Hoad and

Ken Rosewall, won the Profes Professional
sional Professional Tennis Ttourney '. last
nleht by beatinsr Americans Jarlc

Kramer and Pancho fiegura 're 'respectively.
spectively. 'respectively. -,:!;VV. '
Hoad downed Kramer 6-2,'
3, ahd Rosewall edged out Be Be-?ura'
?ura' Be-?ura' 6-8, 6-3, 12-10 in a 90 90-mlnute
mlnute 90-mlnute match that brought' fre frequent
quent frequent cheers from the 2,500
spectators.
The total score in the tour tourney
ney tourney was 3-2. The Americana
were leading 2-1 the Previous

day, when Rosewall beat Kra

mer, egura .beat Hoad and the
Americans beat the Australians

in a doubles maitch.

Miami
Columbus

051-020-200
020-000-020

10-20

4-103

McCall. Qualters m and Rurha-

Kuzava. Burtsehy (2) Anderton

(6), Kildoo (8) and Kravits. WP

vualters. LP Kuzava. HR IBu-

cha.

Joe Brown Fight
Plan Backfires;
Barely Earns Draw

CHICAGO (UP) Lightweight

cnampion joe isrown tried to give
the funs a fight when be met Jo

ey Lopes, he said yesterday, but
instead he wound up with the high
draw of his 88-figb'. career.
"I Just didn't have the right
mental attitude he said.. "I
thought I'd go along with him for

iour or nve rounds and then put
him away. But when I got ready
to finuh him off, I couldn't do

Lopes, who won a 49-45 edge oa
the card of judge Harold Maro Maro-vit
vit Maro-vit contended that he won the
bout, even though both Spike Me Me-Adam
Adam Me-Adam and refereee Joey White
scored the Lght even, McAdam ba ba-a
a ba-a 47-47 count and White 4C 46.

The result of the televised bout
Wednesday night was Lopes third!
draw in, 54 fights j X

Sugar Ray Wants

Governor Harriman

To Referee Dispute

NEW YORK (UP)-Sugsr Ray

Robinson hopes Gov. Avereil Har Harriman
riman Harriman will referee his fight with
the International Boxing dub.

"I expect to talk to the governor
on the phone today,') said the mid-

aieweignt cnampion, ana nut
an appointment for him to hear
my aide of the story h Albany."
Robirson wants the governor to

bear his story before Monday,
when the New York State Athletic
Commission will bold a hearing at
its New York City headquarters to
determine whether Sugar Ray was
justified in calling off next month's

title defense against Carmen Ba-

silio. f '

Becivse Chairman Julius Hel-

fand of the commisaiea had been

quoted in newspapers as saying
he expected Rebinsoa to go
throuch with his contracts, for the

Cent, the champion sought Cover-1

nor Hsmman s- ear "before ue

commusum csa try to force ae

or suspesa tne."

Robirson was scheduled to- de

fend his 160-pound crown against
welterweight champie Bast lie at
Yankee Stadium, Sept. 23; mt he
called off the ficbt Tuesday nieht

because of a dispute with l&o IBC
ever theater-telcvisioa.

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
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Barancito, upuiento

Kadiiv Gramilla Meet

Ini Six Furlong Dash
;"A,wide open nintt horse $75a six lurlony sprint
headlines tomorrow's raee card at the President Re Re-mon
mon Re-mon racetrack. v. ; .,
t s Included among the group of second and third
series imported thoroughbreds that will dispute the
purse are Kadir, Bacancito, Opulento and Gramilla.

Race Trade Graded Entries

'Kadi is fresh from -a. third
olace asainst the track's best He

wound up behind Gavilan and Me Me-lendez
lendez Me-lendez last Sunday, beaten only
one length. This consistent veteran
will havf the capable Fernando
Alvarei aboard. n :
Bacancito was second to the
classy Double Four but only a dis distended
tended distended rostm in front of Opulento.
Jose Avila will guide Bacancito
while Jorge Phillips will again
have the leg up on Opulento. Avi Avila
la Avila replaces the suspended Douglas
Cortez an Bacancito.
Gramilla will.be a taking big
jump after defeating a relatively
weak field of fourth series compe competitors
titors competitors last week. She sped to a
post-to-post victory over the dis disappointing
appointing disappointing Picudo and Crews, Hill.
Julio Rodriguez replaces little He He-liodoro
liodoro He-liodoro Gurtines in the saddle.
Gustines will ride the equally spee spee-Av
Av spee-Av Jai'Alai TT instead.

'Distingo, Michiripa, Hosier and
Chivi7iga rounds out a field of
scheduled starters. Michiripa is
returning, from a lengthy layoff
while the others appear to be out outclassed.;
classed.; outclassed.; v.X ".: ;
Reappearing tomorrow will he
r:i flossv racers. The im

pressive native throughbred Ro-U:

mancero should romp. In. the fifth
race while Chilean bred Louvres
will ?ot a stiff test against stretch

burning Tieouest in the sixtn race,
nna.t.ma Varfincr track chamoion'

shin candidate Mossadeq: s w e 1 1

rested, returns to action against a
strong field of fourth series racers.
Two highly rated newcomers,
Rory and King's Park, are slated
to make their first local start in
the second race a seven furlong
sprint for imported non-winners.
Other starters in this race are
probable mutuels choice Best, Pi Pi-cararo,
cararo, Pi-cararo, Shigful and French Shoe.

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

-

1 Kaa
2 Best
3 Black Bee

4 Soberano
5 Golden Moon
6 Louvre
7 Mdssadeq
Le Matelot
9 Gramilla
10 Sabiondp

1 Soft Note

El AgheiU

; Kory
Folletito
Dr. Bill
Sideral
Tieouest
Paqulro
Edith Piaf

Glob Trotirr

Money Make

P.P. H.nJ

Jxkay

Odrfi

St. 1 Cemmtnl

1st Race "Special" Imp. g Fgs. Purse $650 Pool Closes 1:00
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Mlkel a T. GaUca 103
2 Pibe Llndo. J. Guzman 112
3 Introduction Credldjo 108
i-Violin Vlejo J. Phillips 108
5 Jack O'Lanter G. San. 110
ftElegido V. CasUUo 115
7 El Aghefla A. Ycaza 118
8 Puesto ,. J. Gongora 110
9 Kaa - R. vasquez 115
tni Race f'Speciol" Imp. 7 Fga.
.2ND RACE OF
1 French Shoe G. Sanchez lid
2 Slngful H. Gustines 108
3 Plcararo A. Credldio 102
4 KIng Park A., Ycaza 114
5 Best B. Baeza 115
Rory ft. vasquez 115

-Lacks early speed 20-1
Not with this rider 10-1
Longshot possibility 8-1
Goon early foot 3-1
Reportedly speedy 5-1
Rates chance here 31
Horse to beat now 3-2
Aiming for payoff 10-1
Will fight it out 3-2

Purse $850

THE DOUBLE
Ran well in debut
Vastly improved
Improving slowly
Has high, rating.
Long overdue : :
Said to be classy

Pool Closes 1:30

i

8-1
3- 1
15-1
4- 1
EVEN
3-2

3rd Race "F" Natives I Fgs. Purse S375 Pool Closes 2:00
, 'rr ONE TWO

1 Folletito G. Sanchez 113 -JocKey will help
2 Vilma p F, Alvarez 413 Hard to beat here
3 FTU Fru E. Ortega .103 Distance io iiking
4 La Gazza Ladra V. Cas. 110 Could take it all
5 Black Bee R. Vasquez 115 In fight to finish

3-1
3- 2
4- 1
5- 2
3-2

4th Race "D" Natives fTts. Purse $400
QUINIELA

Pool Closes 2:30

1 Soberano
2 Tanara
3 Daniel
4 Takeaway
5 Rlqui
8 Dr. Bill

H.
S.
J.
G.
J.

B. Baeza 110 Distance to liking 2-1
Gustines 106 Will improve here 5-2
Carvajal 108 Early, tpeed only 5-1
Guzman 103 Must go lower 30-1
Sanchez 118 Last was revealing 3-2
Gongora 1Q8 Rider only handicap 3-1

5th Race "G-Hla Natives 7 Fgs.Purse 375

Pool Closes 3:00

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargtant

'Two'repottedW expensive and iHn

pIbksv. nhilean-brea racers ar- ""7"

rived on the Isthmus from Chile

vecterdav morning. The thor

oughbreds. are Jalisco and Blue

Sky..-- ', Ty-..' 4. tv"'
Jalisco, ft five-year-old grey

Wse was "a top Jlight racer.,ln

n Chile. He is a son d Hipo-uine.
hn a mutei distance-., runner,

Jjr Jalisco, J& owned,by,tJje JEodara
brothers' Stud Miura. Luis JB.
Farrugia Is -expected .to be ihls

teamer. i
31ue Sky is a four-year-old
bay colt obtained, by the Stud

4:30 in a swap ior Royai ciream,
who will be used for stud puf

poses in Chile. Juan A, Jimenea

III wHl train Biue HKy, wno re
nortedlv finished third last Sun

day against a strong field of
first-seriesL racers at Santiago,

Chile.
oOo
Two mdre; hiehly-rated'new

comeres are scheduled to make
their debut tomorrow Irish-

bred King'l Park and the Argen Argentine
tine Argentine racer Rory.
King's Park, owned by he
Stud Siboney and trained by
th vettran Isaac Gustines,
a fOnr-year-old chestnut ton
of Tenerani out of Queen's
Jest. Tenerani is the. aire of
the now-retired. unbeaten'
Italian wonder horse Rlbot.
referred, to by many as the
best horse of his generrlMon.
Rory, a chestnut horse owned
I by. the Stud 32 and trained by
Miguer Mas. Is the six-vear-old
of f spring of Calado-Mi Tia.
Both KinR'SvPark and Rory
1 are scheduled starters In the
I second race for imported nonr
, winners; King's park has been
I far more impressive in his work work-!
! work-! outs-than Rory.

oOo
Persistent requests by local
I fans for night racing has re re-i
i re-i suited in a preliminary study of
the matter by track manager

i Pablo A. Thayer.
i ThitM Is esrjeeclaUv inter

immtmA in the nrobable cost ft

'equipping the track with the
' necessary lighting.
f oOo
1 fiiehlv-rated British "thor

oughbreds Sculptor and Diocese
i were expected to arrive today,
i Sculptor, an exoensive son of
ith exeat sire Tenerani, Is the
i property of the Stud i os Slete.
i Diocese ia owned bv President

Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. ana
: will race vnder the colors of the

Cococha iwe.

eet a "tiBhtener" before com'

petlng.in the $5,000 added mlle-anda-auarter
Dlplomstlc Corps

Classic, which will be run Sept.

On the Alleys, o
'''Latin -American Scheel league

Shambolon. an Argentine-bred
racer recently sent here from
Peru In exchange for the -Ene-
llsh colt Danlelo, Is training wen
and will oonvmake his debut

for the Stud Buena F. Lul H.
Farrugia, of, course, Is his train trainer.,
er., trainer., t
Another rererit Irtinortee from

Pwn the hia'hlT-touted Narco-

jtico, reportedly nuan a now ana

luut been temporarily uen out
of tralninc This Argentine horse

lis owned by the Stud Rio uran
!dtJ

Tfce Calwigo" Jarado-Ibe-ro
Femandes imperting cn
lna will recet t ther flrrt
htpnaaat mt therMtalreds
from Enrland next Taeiday.

The animals' are the htrbrj htrbrj-rated
rated htrbrj-rated Affiliation Order, teks-

ald aad Emily Mary.

atnpregsivc Argr.ine bred

Marlboro '.Cigarrillos 4 0
G.E. Novey Materials 3 1
Army and Navy Almac. 2 2
Doxa -"Relojes 2 2
La Mascots 2 2
National Radios 2 2
Volkswagen Carros 1 3
American SuddIv Merc. 0 4

New league loomed on the local
bowling horizon, when the Canal
Zone. Latin American Schools in inaugurated
augurated inaugurated an eight team loop
Wednesday night.
Sponsored by merchants of Pa

nama City, this league is loaded
with keglers who contracted the
bug in the hotbed of bowling, Al Al-brook.
brook. Al-brook. None of the scores were any

thing to shout about, but they prov

ed that cood or bad. bowuna is the

leading sport on the Zone and the
quality of the scores do not detract

from the appeal the game posses

ses ami tne urge to roll that 27 27-inch
inch 27-inch ball is just as strong with the
novices as well as the experts.

Marmora 4 American Supply
Marlboro cigarettes cot off to a

good start by shutting ou the A A-merican
merican A-merican Supply "Mercancias."
Marque?, Marlboro's lead-off man,
posted a 435 scratch with an 84
handicap totaled 518. r However,
Marlboro's anchor man copped net
honors with 541. For the Ameri American
can American Suppliers Olson had a handi handicap
cap handicap se: of 500.

O. 1. Nevey 3 Vlkavwaan 1

The Volkswagens had plenty of

fuel and gut off to a good atart
by taking the first game, but they
ran out of petroL and dropped the
next three points to Novey. Mike
Nunez, the old pro of 'he classic
and major league, had a rough
time in the first game, but manag managed
ed managed to recoup and led his Novey
team with a scratch 442, and get getting
ting getting no handicap he settled for
that mark. Garcia on the same
team, sporting a 59 handicap con contributed
tributed contributed to. his team "total a 539.
The Volkswagen chauffer and cap captain
tain captain came up with a handicap set
of 508 and his teammate VUlalobos
was right behind with a bdep SOS.
Army nrf.Navy Strs l.Dex 2
This was an even-stephen con contest
test contest The Army Navy Stores took
the first encounters one by 14 pins
and the other by 3, bit Ricardo's
Doxa watches made op for lost
time and took the final game and
total pins.-Doxa's Chuck Beesler,
had a 415 scratch, plus a M handi handicap
cap handicap totaling 511. For the Army
and .Navy Almaeenes Saix and Ser Serbs
bs Serbs copped the honors for the squad
of five witii handicap sets of 499

and 486.-
La Mascot 1 National Radios 2 1
. These two teams issued a car car-boa
boa car-boa copy of. the Army Navy and
Doxa set-to. National Radios tun tuned
ed tuned in for the first two games, but
ran into some static, so the Tivoli
Aveauo Macota wrapped up the
third and TP's.
Prexy of the league, Clark, dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated his ability -to bis consti-
tuenti with the high game for the
night, phis high-scratch series; a'
192 and 485. NadaL a t$ handicap-1
per. took advantage of this gene generosity
rosity generosity by roiling a net series of
517 and Martian used his 33 handi

cap per game to register a 524. La

A. Ycaza 113
R. Vasquez 119
A. Gonzales 10$
H. Gustines 105
J. Gona-ora 108

Golden Moon C. Ruiz 113

7 Romancero B. Baeza ,113

1 Ho Gallito
2 Redondlta
3 Currlta
4 Sideral

5 Filon

Returns from layoff
Jockey will help
Distance handicaps
Dangerous contender
Distance suits style
Should be runnerup
Excluded from betting

10-1
3-1
15-1
32
3-1
EVEN
xxxx

6th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $500 Pool Closes 3:40
rUtST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Very good R. Vasquez 115
2 Manandoagua Gustines 108
3 Louvre J. Rodriguez 115
4 Oliver I Alvarez 113
5 Garraniufio J. Phillips lis
8 Tiequest V- Castillo "113
7 After Me A. Ycaza 115
6 Fieltro B. Baeza 108

Returns in good shape
Runs well at times
Should beat these
Better this week
Should be close up
No. 1 contender
Has strong finish
Good early speed

4-1
10-1
3- 2
4- 1
3-1
2-1
5- 1
5-1

7th Race th Series, Imp. 8 Fgs. Purse 8600 Pool Closes 4:10
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Elko F. Gatlca 103 Could surprise 10-1
2 Grand Finish F. Alvarez 112 Consistent performer 4-1
3 Dawn Song A. Credldio 105 Mu?t go lower 8-1
4 Golden Corn J. Phillips 115 will fight Jt out : s 5-2
5 Paqulro s A. Ycaza 115 Better this, week t ." .3-3
6 Mossadeq R. Vasquez 115 Retgrns in good shape 2-1
,7--IT4ng, Jt.jGustinea 108,. Distance to. liking 10-t
' '': M ', -i r .''mil ..ih.-.-i V- ;!, f

8th Raee, 8th Series Imp.' Fg. Purse 8400 Pool Closes 4:40

QUINIELA

1 Edith Piaf
2 Ocala Miss
3 Onda Real
4 Amin Didl
5 La Matelot
6 Must Be

G. Sanchez 113 Depends on start
V. Castillo 115 Not good enough
A. Alfaro 100x Rm well in last
A. credldio 105 Ready for coach
R. Vasquez 115 Seems best bet
X. Darlo 100 Early speed only

9th Race 2nd and 3rd

Series
ONE TWO

Imp. 8 Fgs.

1 Chlvllingo A. Gonzales 102
2 Rosier G. Sanchez 108
3 Michiripa G. Prescott 110
4 Jai Alal II H: Gustines 108
5 Kadir T. Alvarez 118
ft Opulento, J. Phillips 112
7 Gramilla J. Rodriguez 110
8 Distingo f. Gatlca 106
9 Bacancito ; J. Avila 118

Not against these
Apparently gone sour
-'Not with this rider
Distance to liking
Has strongest finish
Back in good shape
Fastest at getaway
Good early speed
Rider only handicap

10th Raee 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
1 Celestial fire J. Phillips 112 Must improve more
2 Bonifacio H. Gustines 102 Last two very poor
3 Globe Trotter O. San. 110 Hard to beat here
4 Escorlal J. Jimenez 103 Would pay off
5 Sablondo. R. Vasquez 113 Seems best of group

3- 2
4- 1
5- 1
30-1
EVEN
20-1

50-1
15-1
20-1
4- 1
2- 1
5- 2
3- 1
8-1
21

15-1
4-1
EVEN
301
3-5

Ted-Mickey
How They Stack

CHICAGO, Aug. 23 (UP)-Ted
Williams snapped out of a two-,
game batting slump yesterday
and now leads Mickty Msntlu,
.384 to .377, In their race for the
American League batting title.
Williams hit jis in th -first
two games of the series, had too
hits in four tries yesterday a
the, R'd Sox pummelled, the In Indians,
dians, Indians, 11-3. Tht Yankees whipped
the Athletics, 11-4, but Mantle
had only om hit in flow attempts.
Mantle leads in homers, 32-31,
and runs batted in, 84-73. j
M.ll M I 1 1 1. .M I

. owiy nrc. in;, rrnir
14-game winnir, is elated to op op-pote
pote op-pote the Red Sox tonight. Ray
Narleski, 9-3, will pitch against

the Yankees.
! How they eompan:
AS R KHR RBIP.
Williams .'. .370 82 143 31 73 .384
Mantle 403 108 152 32 82 .377

llth Race th Series, Imp. 6 Fgs.Psuw 8406 Pool Closes 6:00
1 Barge Royal J. Phillips llS Best early speed 4-1
2 Money Maker J. RodrL 112 Runs well at times 2-1
3 Persiflage A. Gonzales 113 Nothing in months 5-1
4 Soft Note A. Ycaza 110 -Should beat these EVEN
5 Curale J. cadogan 103 Early speed only 10-1
6 Socorrito A. Credldio 100 Always disappoints 15-1

t

Mlrtino la for sale. Interested! Macco aad their heroes a well,
partiis may contact Carlos sal-' Domingoet 534, 1gil 501 Diager
aaan 541. and the Ust game of the. La

oOo ? J- MaacoUS was iops ior an eijm
Cikseie specialist Santurronluams a 911 with handicap.

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GFN Lists Week
Of Major League
Baseball Games
CFN has announced the fol

lowing major league baseball

broadcast schedule for the pe period
riod period Aug. 23 through Sept. 1

Any chahsres in the broadcast

schedule will be announced over

Panorama each night at 6:45.

Today, Aug. 23: Brooklyn vs

Milwaukee at 6:45 p.m.
"Aug. 24: Milwaukee vs Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn at 1 p.m.
Aug. 25 f St. Louis vs Brooklyn
at 1 p.m.
Aug. 26: New York Yankees vs
Detroit at 2 p.m.
Aug. 27: No game.
Aug. 28: Milwaukee vs New
York Giants at 1:30 p.m.
Aug. 29: New York Yankees vs
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the panama American f- an independent daily newspaper r
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,'THIS SPACE IS FOR SALJE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2:0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740

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Houses
FOR RENT: Modern residence
at "L Crsta". 3 bedrooms, one
aircondicioned, 2 bathrooms, in in-dependenr
dependenr in-dependenr apartment and bath,
living,- dininjroom nd porch.
Large maidroom and bath, gar gar-dan,
dan, gar-dan, garage. Complat furnished.
FOR HINT: Residence, corner
1 1th Streat Faitllla (rormeriv
ocupiad by Prof. Falnland.) 3
bedroomi, 2 bathrooms, living
and dining room, maid tacilites,
2 porches, garaga, large garden.
$125. Call 3-3652 from 8-12
and evening! after I p.m.
Resorts
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
Beach Houia. Phone Balboa
2830, nine to twelve noon, Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday.
PHILLIPS Oceaniide Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1473.
AGAIN reservation available at
Shrapnel's. Santa Clara Beach.
Phone Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Beast Bulls Way
To Lady's Room,
Flees From Dog
NEWCASTLE, England (UP) (UP)-Mrs.
Mrs. (UP)-Mrs. Doris Swan was waiting for
the kettle to boil for a cup of tea
yesterday when in walked four
bulls. ...
Mrs. Swan fled upstairs to a
bedroom.
So did one or the bulls. He
charged the door, pawed the floor,
butted a bed, and poked his head
curiously in the direction of Mrs.
Swan, her woman friend and her
taughter.
"I thought we were done for,
Mrs. Swan said.
Meanwhile the three other bulls,
which had escaped from a slaugh slaughterhouse,
terhouse, slaughterhouse, broke a staircase, a bed
downstairs, the floorboards and
some of Mrs. Swan's best china.
The bull that went upstairs
looked balefully at the women and
girl and refused to be shooed off
with a broomstick. He and his
slaughterhouse mates finally fled
when the Swans' spaniel. Lassie,
took offense at being awakened
from a late afternoon nap and
barked until they left.
SITS NEW MARK
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) Cargo
traffic on the Mississippi River
exceeded the 100 million ton mark
for the first time in history in
1956, Col. William J. Jones Jr.,
Memphis district engineer, said
Wednesday. .Traffic totalled 104,-
312,466 tons, compared with 94
Q41J58 tons in 1955 Jones said.

Lord Flea and His Calypsonians romp thru the
screen with the new world craze, the Calypso, in

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CALYPSO JOE

(Tht First with The Hot Rhythm)
Coming for Special Pre-Release Sunday at the
PRESIDENTE THEATRE.

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Wen they sinr The Nauf faty Little Flea" and "Shake.
Shake Sonera," yoell knew why the CAIYPSO Is aettlnc
the world eta fire. It's Lord Flea, and His CaJypsonlans as
they appear la "CALYPSO JOE," the first pktsre to catch
with the arv trepicai sensation. And all the best In the
Carry field als appear in this anerry film which comes
fee: a Special Fre-Release next Sanday and Monday to the
rresideato Theatre. The Dnke of Iron (top anan in the court
of Calypso roralty). The Easy Riders Uhe popalar vocal
rroap), Herh Jeffries and His Calypsomaniatics, the Lester
Hertoa daneers. Lady T and many more, they are all in
CALTTSO JOE.

Apartments

ATTENTION. O. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
Furnished apartment screened
military inspected, one and two
bedroom. Call Panama 2-3065.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, lapstairs Pa Panama
nama Panama Auto. Avenida Jose Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco da la Ossa No. 45. For
details see Decastr No. 24 Ave Avenue
nue Avenue "B".
FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished one beedroom kiteh kiteh-entte,
entte, kiteh-entte, all conveniences. 4th of
July Ave. Phone 2-2081.
FOR RENT: Large comfortable
three bedroom apartment with
living room, dining room, large
front and back porch, two (2)
main bathrooms, kitchen servant's
room with bath, laundry and
garage, hot water too. Apart Apartment
ment Apartment all tiled! and completely
screened. Rent $120.00. Bella
Vista. Phone 3-0763 or 2-0027.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment to responsible person. 8th
street No. 4, Parque Lefevre.
Phone 3-3887.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, maid's room, garage,
hot water. "Balladares Building,"
opposite "Santuario."
FOR RENR: Unfurnished apart apartment
ment apartment in Campo Alegre, two
family, bedrooms, maid's room
and bath, garage, hot water. Call
Tel. 2-2159. Office hours.
FOR RENT: Furnished efficiency
apartment, fully equipped kitchen,
hot water, daily maid service.
Call: Arte y Decoration 3-7425,
3-6699. Edificio Campo Alegre.
Across Hotel El Panama.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military inspected. Via Po Po-rras
rras Po-rras No. 99. Telephone 3-2068.
$55.
Flu Spreading
Swiftly Through
Great Britain
LONDON, Aug. 23 (UP) Asia Asiatic
tic Asiatic flu was reported spreading a a-cross
cross a-cross Britain today with-more vic victims
tims victims reported in three main cen centers.
ters. centers. In Bestwood, 35 boys out of 50
in a coal board training class be became
came became ill yesterday.
Twenty-seven new cases of sus suspected
pected suspected Asian flu were reported by
U. S. Air Force authorities. There
now are 159 cases in five London
rural areas.
For the first time in the histo
ry of British first dividion foot
ball a match was called because
of illness. Sheffield called off Sat Saturday's
urday's Saturday's match with Manchester
City because most members of
their first team are down with
flu.
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the Bella VIsU Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Duty paid 4 -door
1954 Plymouth. Radio. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. $1050. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3390.
FOR SALE: Pontiac 1953, con convertible
vertible convertible A-l. $1,000.00 Tel. 2 2-4721.
4721. 2-4721. FOR SALE: 1952 Hillntan
Minx 206 C. Rodman. Phone
Navy 3493.
FOR SALE: Dodge 1954 Cor Coronet,
onet, Coronet, 1.100.00. Tel. 2-4721.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford, Y-8,
4-d'oor, mechanical shift, 2 tones.
$650, down payment $300. Tel.
Panama 3-2363.
FOR SALE: Dodge 1954,
coupe, $1300.00. Tel. 2-4721.
FOR SALE: 1950 Nash Embas Embassador
sador Embassador $150. Tel. Balboa 3032.
House 719-B.
FOR SALE: Plymouth 1955,
$750.00. Tel. 2-4721.
FOR SALE: 1956 Nash Rambler
station wagon. 1948 Nash. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving Isthmus. Phone 2-4508.
FOR SALE: Ford 1953, 4-door.
Coupe. $1600.00. Tel. 2-4721.
FOR SALE: 1951 Morris Min Min-nor.
nor. Min-nor. Goodf condition, girls bike
26". $10. Navy 3778.
MUST GO: 1951 Ford,
green, WSW tires, radio, fog
lights, good seat covers. A1C Lee,
duty phone 86-5268, after duty
86-2160.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shippers Movant
Phones 2-245! .722562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding fr Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.ns. Phone 2-2451
i or by appointment
LIFE INSURANCE
I JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar life Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
YASHICi
"AIRES"
Cameras
PANAMA e COLON
Klan Can Have
Parade But
ORLANDO, Fla. (UP) The Ku
Klux Klan has permission of the
City Council to stage a motorcade
through Orlando Saturday.
But
Horns can't be sounded.
Loudspeakers can't be used.
Banners won't be allowed to fly.
There can be no loitering.
Literature can't be distributed.
Funds can't be collected.
Pedestrians can't parade.
Demonstrations can't be staged.
Masks must not be worn.
License plates can't be conceal concealed.
ed. concealed. And there must be no disturb disturbance
ance disturbance of any kind.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zona
I'nMed States District Court for The
District of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
In the Matter of the Adoption of
Gloria Jean Lem asters, a minor child
under the ae of fourteen years, vs. I
Betty remasters. No. MS Civil. Cita Citation
tion Citation To: Betty Lemasters
You are hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone. Di Division
vision Division of Balboa, at the Courtroom
thereof. In A neon. Canal Zone, on the
Uth day of Oct. 1957, at o'clock in
the forenoon of that day. then and
there to show cause, if any you have,
why James R. Lemasters and Sylvia
Lemasters should not proceed with the
hearine of their petition for the adop adoption
tion adoption of the above named minor child.
WITNESS, the Honorable Guthrie T.
Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this Uth day of Aug.. It57.
C. T. McCenalrk, Jr.
Clerk
(Seal)
By Sara e la PeAa
Chief Deputy Clerk
To: Betty Lemasters
The foreeotna citation Is served upon
you by publication pursuant to the or.
der of the Honorable Guthrie F. Crowe.
Judge. United States District Court for
the District or tne unai zone, oaiea
that lMh da of AuaT. 157. and enuried
and tiled In this action tn the -office
of the Clerk of the United States Dis District
trict District Court. Division of Balboa, on the
Uth day of Au, 157.
C. T. MeCoralek. Jr.
- Cleric
Br Sara de la PeAa
Chief Deputy Clerk

AGENTS OB OV OTICB AT 1S-ST.

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HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J
SERVICES
Tha FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Marcado El Ray, offers
efficient filling of prescriptions
and home delivery service. Phone
3-3416. I
3-minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing of
cars $5. Auto-BaRo, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
The best dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel International "Pla "Plaza
za "Plaza S do, Mayo.
Radios repaired, $2.50, parts
-reasonable if needed. One-year
guarantee. "Radio Television
Rio." 15th Street, Rio Abajo.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Small outboard
speedboat, new 10-hp. Evinruda
motor, remote controls, $425.
Phone 3-2831.
FOR SALE: Class "A" hydro
"Dracula" a consistent winner,
boat,' motor, trailer, equipment
$175.00. 188 Harding, Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa 6-154.
FOR SALE 18 ft. boat, 225 h p.
Evenrudes trailer. Tal. 2-1569.
FOR SALE: 14 ft. Criss Croat
deluxe boat with 1 5 hp. Evinruda
motor and trailer, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. 746-A Balboa.
FOR SALE: Outboard runabout,
length 12 ft. 6 in., beam 5 ft.
9 in., plywood with fiber glass.
Call Balboa 2-2893 or Gatun 5 5-310.
310. 5-310. SAcavt ctftxtzri
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Perry Zeller of San Antonio
writes: "When I got through
witn this hand I ieit nice the
man who sorted oranges. Dec!
sions, decisions, decisions)
"My first decision was in the
bidding, should I double five
clubs or try for five spades. In
rubber bridge 1 would have dou doubled
bled doubled but the game was duplicate
and I would have to set my non non-vulnerable
vulnerable non-vulnerable opponents four tricks
to make up for the vulnerable
game. Hence my Ive spade bid.
"West opened the kind of
clubs and East overtook with
the ace and led back the three
of spades. Should I finesse or
play the ace? I finally decided
that West needed the king of
spades for his overcall and
played the ace.
"The next plays were obvious:
ace of hearts, king of hearts
and a small heart. West discard discard-ede
ede discard-ede a club and I ruffed in dum dummy.
my. dummy. I led a spade and West was
in.
"If he had beene kind enough
to play a second club I could
have ruffed in. dummy and dis discarded
carded discarded my losing diamond but
West was as mean as possible.
He led the Jack of diamonds.
"This gave me one more prob prob-lme.
lme. prob-lme. Who held the diamond
queen? I knew Weft of old and
knew that he was an inveterate
false carder. That decided me. I
won in my hand and finessed
against the queen of diamonds
in the West hand.
"This worked and my con contract
tract contract was home."
A very nicely played hand. As
Perry points out he would have
taken the sure profit and doc doc-bled
bled doc-bled in rubber bridge. But Ihen,
maybe East and West wouldn't
have been in the bidding in rub rubber
ber rubber bridge.
Ceylon Cets Bid
COLOMBO, Ceylon, Aug. 23
(UP A visiting Hungariaioa mis mission
sion mission has invited Ceylon to become
the first country outside the Sovi Soviet
et Soviet bloe to send a parliamentary
delegation to Hungary, it was an
Bounced today.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 20 gallons electric
Frigidaire water heather. Perfect
condition. $65.00. Tel. 3-0580.
FOR SALE: Engineers drafting
table, two transits and one lev level,
el, level, 2'j-kw. electric light plant,
radio, 8 mm. cine camera and
projector, radio codelnstrograph
and code instruction records, va vacuum
cuum vacuum '' cleaner, commercial .ga .garage
rage .garage battery charger, Royal type typewriter.
writer. typewriter. Leaving country. No rea reasonable
sonable reasonable offer refused. Phone Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel 333. House 2624-B,
Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco blocks, 4" x 12" x 12".
They are economical, light and
do not crack, $123.20 par thou-'
sand. Clayco b Alfareria, S. A.,
Via Espana No. 37-48. Phone
3-0160.
FOR SALE: Palomino stallion.
3-32542-5226.
FOR SALE: Hoffman 21 inch
60 cycle TV aet. Phone Rodman
3451.
Have you ever played an organ?
Have you ever played a piano?
, Do you own a musical instru instrument?
ment? instrument? If your answer is no to
these question You can STILL
play tha CONN ORGAN. Call us
for the surprise of your life. Wil William
liam William Violette Supply Service. No.
19 44th St. Bella Vista. Tel.
Panama 3-6318.
FOR SALE: A Colombian turpial
wonderful bugle bird, whistles 5
tunes; learns many others. Third
house from Los Angeles Garage.
' Via Espana 2019.
FOR SALE: Cash register, 1913
(5-1) model, perfect condition,
almost new. Cheap $600. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Panama 3-1039.
SKINDIVERS: Wo have just
recieved a few PRO SCUBA reg reg-gulator
gulator reg-gulator and mouth pieces. Get
yours before it is too late. We
have in stock Comfort-Craft
aluminum furniture. Hadge-
MM Air hiHmI altlaw: MttA
costs, Ted Williams fishing tackle
-ana man, other items. It "will
pay you to. see us. William
Violette Supply Service.' No. 19
44th St. Bella Vista. Tal. 3-
6318.
FOR SALE: 6 pes, light weight
plana luggage. Phone Balboa 2-
4206.
FOR SALE: Cot bed. Standing
lamp. Telephone table. Arm
chair. Very cheap 3-7456. Pa-
FOR SALE: 26" Englis bicycle
girls $25.00, Simmons crib, mat mattress
tress mattress $30. Excellent condition.
'5624-A Diablo. Tel. 2-4106.
Aid Asked To Help
III Coal Industry
WASHINGTON, Aug. .23 (UP)-
a nouse suDcommittee called to today
day today for a. two-million-dollar re research
search research anrj development program
to aid the "sick" coal industry.
ine special interior subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee said in a report that the in industry
dustry industry was beset with an "overall
picture of economic ills, wide wide-SDread
SDread wide-SDread minp shutdowns etaoffsr.
ing unemployment and an uphill
struggle for survival."
It recommended creation of a
coal research and development
commission, wun a starting ap
proDriation of two million dollars
The- commission would seek new
uses of coal, expansion of existing
uses, ana ways ot cutting proauc
tion and distribution costs.
swim pncTPitMcrt
BELFAST, Northern Ireland
tur veteran distance swimmer
elections will be held Sept, 22 to
c noose d delegates to a national
Florence Charlwirk nf San nioon
'Calif., today postponed tor two
weexs ner attempt to swim the
irisn cninnei.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United Slates District Coart Feet The
n ine tanai
Balboa Division
In the Matter of the Adoption of Ma Marian
rian Marian Sue Wendell, a minor under the
e or is years, vs. Robert Kanik. No.
Civil. Citation.
To: Robert Kanik
You are hereby required to appear
onore ine uniiea state District tourt
for the District of the Canal Zone. Dt.
vision of Balboa, at the courtroom
thereof, tn A neon. Canal- Zone, on the
Uth day of Oct, 1957,-. at o'clock Jn
the forenoon of that day. then and
there to show cause, tf any you have.
why William H. Beaumont fthould not
proceed with the hearine: of his peti
tion lor tne adoption of na above nam.
WITNESS, the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe. Judre. United Starrs District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this Uth day of Aiur-
C. t. McCermir. Jr.
Clerk
(Seal)
By Sara ks FeSs 1
Chrf Deputy Clerk
Tn- RnhH Kanik
The foreeotna' citation la served upon
veu by publication pursuant to the or order
der order nf the Honorable Guthrie T. Crowe.
Judre. United States District Court fori
the District of the Canal Zone. oatM
the ISth dav of Aim- 1(67. and etnvred
and file in this action m the oftee
of the Clerk of the Unfed States D.
tH-t Court Division of Balboa, OS) the
Wth day of Au 157.
C. T. McCaraatrk. Jr.
Clerk
Bv Sara ale la ra
Chief Deputy Clerk

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Home Articles
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FOR SALI-9.3 ft. 25 cycla
refrigerator. Call Balboa 4245,
7 a.m. to 4 p.m. After working
hours. Call Gamboa 6-759.
BEST BUY IN TOWN Metsl
bads 30" with springs 7.50,
chairs 1 .00, dressers 6.00, China
closets 12.50, medarn .vanities
29.00, modern wardrobes 39.00,
center tables 7.50, aluminum
porch chairs 9,59, modern studio
couch 59.00, lovely mahogany
bar rod upholstery 75.00,
wrought iron dining room sets
129.00, mattresses 8.00, springs
1 5.00, linoleums 6.95. House Household
hold Household Exchange, National Ave.
No. 41. Tal. 3-4911 3-7348.
Real Estate
Planning to retire? Northwest
Arkansas. T h r beedroom
modern homo completely fur
nished. 2Vi acres. Contac Blank Blank-onships,
onships, Blank-onships, 930 N. College Fayette Fayette-ville,
ville, Fayette-ville, Ark." V
WANTED: Vacation quarters
or two beedroom house. Amer American
ican American couple. Panama 2-5474 or
3-6850.
WANTED: North American
family wishes to rant furnished I
bedroom house, or apartment.
Must ba good residential neigh neighborhood,
borhood, neighborhood, and reasonably priced'.
Phene 3-4075.
WANTED: Home for nice kit kit-tons.
tons. kit-tons. Call Panama 3-4911.
WANTED: English speaking
male tutor, for boy 10 years old.
Several hours daily, five days a
week. Call Gamboa 6-333.' 6 to
7 p.m.
Seventh Suspect ;
Arrested In Mass
Rape 01 Two Women
PIKF.SVIT.T.K TCv iIIPl TCn.
tucky state police today arrested
a seventh susnert in tha mass
rape of a 19-year-old Grundy, Va.,
miner s wile and her 15-year-old
Sister near here last weekend.
despite a crowd which gathered
at tne scene.
State Police Lt. Bill Lykins said
the unidentified vouth was taken
to Pike Countv iail for mipstinn.
ing. roiice still are searching for
an eighth youth from Grapevine,
Ky., also believed involved in the
assault early last Sunday.
Six other young men and boys
are being held in Pike County jail
without i bond in rhnnertinn with
the assault, which occurred as
the woman, her sister and hus husband
band husband were driving in their car
hear Freeburn, Ky.
The automobile had a flat tire
and thev decided to snenri the
night in it rather than attempt
to nx me tire in the dark.-
Detective E. T. rnrnatt toiii
c with eieht vonthc nullorl unl
by the parked automobile, broke I
a winaow and dragged out the
23-vear old htishanrf Thev heat
him and forced him to leave and
then repeatedly attacked the two
women. j
Their screams attracted a num number
ber number of persons to the area but
none interfered because they be believed
lieved believed the men were armed.
Cornett said one of the youths
brandished a pistol at the esti estimated
mated estimated 75 to 100 Derarmswhn rama
to the scene of the assault, but
h was later lounrj to be a toy.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNrrnj states or amebic
Canal Zone
United Stales District Court Vet The
District as law Canal Im
Division of Balboa
Maurice A. Seoul te. plaintiff, vs. Fre Freda
da Freda 'Lasof Schultz, defendant. Summons
Case No. 4K CieU Docket U Action
for Divorce. '....
To the above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed m the
above entitled action within aunety
davs after -the first publication.
In ease ot your failure to ao a poser
and answer. Judgment will be taken a a-eainat
eainat a-eainat vow .by default for tha relief de demanded
manded demanded tn the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Cofnrte T.
Crowe. Judge. United Sutra District
Court for the district of the Canal Zona,
this Auaust 15. 1SST.
C. T. tSrCoraatrk, Jr.
Oerk-
(Seel)
. ,- Vara de ts Pefta
V Chief Deputy Oerk
To Freda lasof Sehultx
The foreaninc summon Is served Bpan
rasa by publication pursuant so the or.
Amr mi the Honorable Guthrie P. Crowe.
Judge. United Stataa District Court forv
tne District or wo twwi sm
Aupuat IS. 157. and entered end filed
tn thr action tn the office of the Clerk
of said Untied States District Court for
fe Deviates of Balboa, oat August U.
1-T' C. T. McCenalrk, Je.-
Clerk
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SECRETARY : Opportunity for
young lady secrstary; work'
consist of receptionist and as assistant
sistant assistant bookkeeper with a small
amount of typing and ffic
work; knowledge of English
. Spanish essential. Pleas apply
in writing .and Include, photo-
i graph; : state age, school educa education,
tion, education, past experience ana) refer references.
ences. references. All applications will bo
strictly confidential. Address:
Secretary. P. 0. Box I34X Pa Panama,
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
Dr. Wandehake medical clinic.
Day and night service. Opposite
Chasa Bank. Telephone 2-3479.
ATTENTION all Isthmians enter entertainersingers,
tainersingers, entertainersingers, dancers, novetly
ate, .(Professional or amateur).
Auditions Monday 3:30 p.m. Sa Salon
lon Salon Panama, Hotel El Panama- to
select acts for Wednesday Va Variety
riety Variety Nights winners of which
receive contract to perform at
El Panama. Bring your music,
any props, costume, and phot
to audition.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1952 Parley
Davidson Motorcycle 74, Housa
37! -A, N. Cristobal. Phono J J-1633.
1633. J-1633. Dogs
FOR SALE: Quality golden
fawn BOXER PUPPIES registered
. A.K.C. For appointment call Miss'
Abrego. Tel. 2-1344 2-1704.
FOR SALE: Dark faw boxoa
puppies, AKC rsgistered. Call
83-3144 or can ba teen at Qtrs.
656-B, Curuadd Heights.

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Lesson
Llona Sears' Studio efDancing,
at side of Hotel PanamaX Class Classes
es Classes for women in Exercises for a
Slimming and Posture in Modern
Dane for body control and grace
of movement. Pleas telephone
Panama 3-0327 for further in information.
formation. information. LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers Prtns
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
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GOING UP The giant plas plastic
tic plastic balloon which carried Ma.
David Simons, an Air Force
space biology researcher, en enclosed
closed enclosed In a seven-foot high
"Capsule, is shown beginning
its ascent near Crosby, Minn.
The ballon reached a height
of more than 100,000 feet
shortly after taking off, and
easily surpassed the old rec record
ord record of 96,000 feet.
READY TO GO MaJ. David
Simons, an Air, Force space bi biology
ology biology researcher, is shown
adjusting his helmet prior to
taking off.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographic
Branch of the Panama Canal
Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE
High
Low
85
74
82
77
HUMIDITY:
High
Low
WIND:
93
76
93
82
(max. mph) NW-17
RAIN (Inches) .01
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81
NW-18
.01
81
SATURDAY, AUG. 14
2:12 a.m.
33 p.m.
8:35 a.m.
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Continues, No Break in Sight
WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 (UP) House Democratic leaders appeared willing today
to go half-way towards accepting the Republican compromise on the Civil Rights Bill.
But no break in the two-week House deadlock over the bill was immediately in
sight.
Officially the Democrats still were studying the COP plan on jury trails in crim crim-tnti
tnti crim-tnti contempt cases arising from violations of court orders to protect voting rights.

But behind the scenes
ure between the Republican
Um,o npmocrats proposed
wanting jury trials in all crim-
inal contempt cases involving
votlne rights instead of all crim-
inni rnntemnf; cases generally as
called for in the Senate vers-mn
of the bill.
Republicans countered with
a plan givinp Federal judges
discretion whether to grant
jury trials, but limiting penal penalties
ties penalties if they do not do so.
The top penalty a judge
could impose for convinion
without a jury would be a
$300 fine, 90 days in jail, or
both.
A number of Democrats
Southerners in particular de denounced
nounced denounced the GOP plan as a
"bargain basement" proposal.
Some key senators said they
believed the Senate would nev never
er never accept it.
And Rep. Emanuel Celler (Npw
York), House Democratic floor floor-leader
leader floor-leader on civil rights, said he
opposes the GOP plan.
But Celler left the door open
for possible compromise be
tween it and tne Democratic
plan which he sponsored.
Meanwhile worm uaroiin
program of limited school in integration
tegration integration was under fire in
niirt todav. and in Birming
ham, Ala., Negro parents ask asked
ed asked th school board to rule out
segregation.
To the areas involved these
actions are of considerable sig
Singapore Cops Nab
35 Lefl-Wingers In
Dawn-lo-Dusk Raids
SINGAPORE, Aug. 23 (UP)
Police today arrested 35 persons
in dusk-to-d'.wn raids on left-wing
elements. Five of those picked up
recently were elected to the cen central
tral central executive committee of the
Extremist People's Action Party.
Police Secretary Peter Clague
said the first aTrests were made
late yesterday when plainclothes plainclothes-men
men plainclothes-men stopped two men from board boarding
ing boarding a bus in the city.
Three hours later police sur surrounded
rounded surrounded the premises of the Gen General
eral General Employes Union. Fifty-seven
debates from 33 left wing u u-nions
nions u-nions were meeting in the hall to
discuss possible affiliation with
the Trade Union Congress.
Clague said other raids still were
in progress.
He said the five most important
prisoners were Tan Chong Kim,
chairman of the People's Action
Party, vice chairman Yan Kong
Yuan; assistant secretary Tan
Seng Chiang; treasurer Ong Chy Chy-eaun,
eaun, Chy-eaun, and assistant treasurer Go
Hoon Toh.
The only major officer not ar-l
rested in the rams was i. i. na
jafh, the new secretary
and leader of the party.
general;
Restitution For
Pet Shop Owner
OCEANSIDE, N. Y Aug. 23
(UP) Mrs. Johanna Kors, a pet
shop owner, received 50 cents in
the mail today with an unsigned
letter written in a childish scrawl.
"Two years ago, I stole some
dog candy from you and ever
since I felt cuiltv about it," the
letter said. "This is the only way
I can get it off my mind
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howc. er. At the bottom of the note
was a crude drawing
of a cat.
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they were discussing Bargaining tor some nair-way meas
compromise and their own.

nificance, with the' opening of
scnool only aays away,
Forty-one white parents In
Greensboro, N.C., filed petitions
for a Superior Court injunction
aeainst enrollment of six Negro
students into white scnoois.
The city school board had or ordered
dered ordered the entry 4 under the
state's recently-passed pearsall
plan, which gives local boards
full responsibility for pupil as assignment.
signment. assignment. The petitions were th lat
est move of opposition mai
has arisen in Greensboro and
two other North Carolina ci cities
ties cities in which limited integra integration
tion integration has been ordered into ef effect.
fect. effect. In Birmingham, Negro par parents
ents parents asked the city school board
to allow 13 Negro children to
enter previously all-w h 1 1 e
schools.
attorneys for the board were
studying the petitions ana co
pies were sent to tne state de
Economic Parley
May Be Wasted Time
j US Doesn't Help
BUENOS AIRES, Aug. 23 (UP)
Latin American diplomatic
friends ureed the United States
privately today to make conces concessions
sions concessions to spark the Inter American
Economic Conference out Of its
present mood of futility.
They argued that if the confer
ence fails to produce some con
crete result, the Inter American
system Will suffer in Latin Ameri
can public opinion.
The idea of going home empty-
handed from a formal meeting of
tse OrE?nization of American
States is repugnant to many Latin
American delegates.
They said they would have a
hard time explaining in their
countries this failure of a system
that was believed to have been
strengthened in the past decade
for mutual defense and political
unity.
Other delegates, colder towards
the United States, pointed out that
before and since the conference
opened last Friday they had
voiced their skepticism that the
meeting would produce tangible
results.
The main issues before the
meeting are the draft of a general
inter American economic agree
ment, a proposal for an Inter
American financing institution for
economic development, and the
idea of a regional'common Ameri
can market, inspired by Europe's
recent moves towards economic
integration.
On the second point, the United
States delegation has restated its
refusal to participate in any new
fin an ri al institution pcniaiiv ,ioH.
,,..
icat'ed to economic development.
The third point, besides being
on the embryonic stage, is one on
which the United States can do
little beyond giving its blessing.
Thus, the proposed general eco economic
nomic economic agreement is about all that
is left.
An old and thorny subiect. the
proposed agreement is an amend amended
ed amended version of the Inter-Amprimn
economic charter drafted at the
Bogota Inter American Confer
ence in 1948, which was stillborn
because of fundamental reserva-
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icountr es Tho IWnt. -hart.,
Rome Puts Clamp
On Lady Tourists
Clad Too Briefly
ROME. Aug. 23 (UP) Rome
authorities, bowing to a Vatican
uty newspaper campaign, or
dered police today to crack down
on women tourists who stroll
through city streets in shorts and
other brief hot weather costumes.
A police circular instructed of officers
ficers officers on the beat "to watch that
tourists In succinct dress do not
walk around the streets of the
capital or frequent respectable
places."
It served notice that tourists
who persisted in wearing abbrevi abbreviated
ated abbreviated costumes in the city would
Be summoned under a 1929 moral morality
ity morality 'aw and the Rome embassies
of their countries would be noti notified
fied notified of the offense.
The police circular said tourists
in scanty dress "will be asked to
leave respectable' places, and in
cases of resistance will have their
names taken and in addition to
having their respective embassies
and consulates notified, will be de denounced
nounced denounced by the judiciary authori authorities
ties authorities within the terms of the laW."
The police statement did not
specify whatN came under the
! beading of "respectable places.'

partment of education in Mont
gomery.
Superintendent of Birmlng

ham schools. Dr. L. Frazer Banks,
said the petitions asked that the
children be admitted to schools
"of the closest proximity to their
homes on a non-discriminatory
basis beginning this fall.
One of the petitioners was the
Rev. F. L. Shuttlesworth, head
of the Alabama Christian Move Movement
ment Movement for Human Rights, who
has led the unsuccessful fight
for non-segregated seating on
Birmingham city buses.
Reversal In Policy
Lifts Ban On U.S.
Red China Coverage
WASHINGTON,. Aug. 23 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The United States at last has de
cided to authorize 24 American
newsmen to travel to Red China
for a six-month experimdntal ba
sis.
The next question is whether
Red China will let the newsmen
into their country.
Because the United States has
no diDlomatic relations with the
Communist Chinese government, it
has no hint as to what what will
be Red China's reaction.
The State Department, in a re
versal of previous "policy, announc
ed "yesterday it would immediate
1v authorize 24 American news or
ganizalions to send one reporter
each to Red China for the six six-month
month six-month trial period. This period is
likely to be extended it the news
men pre admitted.
Old China hands in the State
Department said they could not
predict Peiping's reaction to the
State Department's move.
The United SWei took a year
to make up its mind to let the
limited number of newsmen travel
to the China mainland which fell
under Red control in 1949. There Therefore,
fore, Therefore, there was aome speculation
the Red' regime might follow the
American pattern and take ita time
in giving an answer.
The Cbjnese Communist last Au August
gust August offered to lift their seven-year
ban on U.S. reporters to admit a
selected group for a visit. Three
American newsmen accepted the
invitation in December over State
Department objections. Last week
41 American students accepted a
bid Chinese invitation to visit Chi China,
na, China, despitt vigorous American ef efforts
forts efforts to halt the trip.
Rebel American
Students, Others
Arrive In Peiping
TOKYO. Aue. 23 (UP) For
tv nn American students who
attended the Moscow Youth
Festival arrived In the Chinese
Communist capital of Peiping
today, the Communist Radio re
nort.ed tonight.
The Americans were among 90
students from 13 countries, Ra
dio Peiping said in a Chinese
lnpuairi broadcast heard In
Tokyo.
Other nations represented in
liiderf Canada. Thailand, tne
PhiHnnlnea. svrla. ana wesi
Germany, the Radio said.
'State Of Siege'
Ends In Guatemala
GUATEMALA CITY (UP)-Col.
Juan F. Oliva, Guatemala a anu-
Red "strong man, put an ena
today three days aheadof time-
to the "state of siege" imposed
when President Carlos Castillo Ar
mas was murdered last month.
In a speech broadcast to the
nation, Oliva said he was ending
the national emergency because
of "the exemplary behavior of the
Guatemalan people.
Oliva, whose official title is de defense
fense defense minister, said also that the
army will "guarantee order" dur during
ing during the nation's next presidential
election, which probably will be
beld in October.
Academy Grads
May Get Jolt
WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 (UPV
Rep. H. R. Gross (R-Iowa) today
proposed a law requiring all grad graduates
uates graduates of service academies to
serve at least ten years on active
duty.
Graduates of tbe Military, Naval
and Air Force academies now
must spend three years on active
duty, and graduates a the. Coast
Guard Academy four Tears.
It's A Gift
CHICAGO, Aug. n (UP) Mrs.
Gloria Dembinski. SV. and Mrs.
Pattie Hcinsbergen, 33, were re
united Wednesday pfter a 30-year
separatkn and found they had
much iJ common. Tbe sisters can
wiggle their aoe aad ears.

Let the people

32nd XEAR
WASHINGTON, Aug. 23XUP)
Senate investigators confronted
Teamster crown prince James R.
Hoffa yesterday with wiretap evi evidence
dence evidence indicating he interceded with
other : union officials on behalf of
New York racketeer Johnny Dio.
But Hoffa. after listening to tape
recordings; of .telephone conversa conversations
tions conversations linking him with the hoodlum
stuck' to bis story that his main
interest was in Dio's union local
and not in .,Dio personally.
The committee charged that one
of the' recordings showed Hoffa
was- ''siding ; with Johnny. Dio
against your, own teamstery or organization,"
ganization," organization," ;
Members of The senate KacKets
QUESTIONED Anthony J.
Doria, who got an $80,000 "go "going:
ing: "going: away" present when he
quit the AFL -United Auto
Workers, appears before the
Senate Labor Rackets com committee
mittee committee in Washington to ex explain
plain explain why he boosted racket racketeer
eer racketeer Johnny LMo in the labor
union business.
M..muummm -' r"Jr
DUCKS QUESTIONS An Anthony
thony Anthony (Tony Ducks) Corallo,
mystery figure in New York
labor rackets, appears before
the Senate Labor Rackets
Committee in Washington.
Corallo refused to answer al almost
most almost all questions put to him..
TXSTIFTrxG Enar O. Mohn,
assistant to Dave Beck In the
Teamsters Union, testifd in
Washington before the 8enat
Labor Rackets committee. He
claimed that James R. Hofla
had asked htm to issue seven
chJLrtert to what the commit committee
tee committee charges were phony locals
in Kew York,

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PANAMA, R. P FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1957

Of Hoffa-Dio Talks

Teamster's Denial Of Treachery

Committee ried' repeatedly to get
siraigm yes or no" answers irom
Hoffa on his relationship with Dio,
who controlled a local in the old
AfL Auto Workers Union.
Accused On Dio
The committee has accused him
of using Dio in an effort fo seize
control of Teamster affairs in New
York. Hoffa a union, vice vtesl
aent -.vitn Headquarters m Detroit.
is nominally the Teamster mid-
western boss but is seeking to step
up into president Dave Berk's
snoes.
xiona insisted it was onlv a
question of whether the Teamsters
would take in Dio's UAW.AFI.
Local 102, which was trying to or
ganize riew York taxi drivers, or
would run a taxi organizational
orive or its own.
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ne saiu necK ruled out giving
iio a cnarter in jteDruary, 1953.
But tne committee plaved record.
ings of telephone conversations be between
tween between Hoffa anq; Dib which it said
iook piace atter that date.
xn one tape, dated March 10,
1953, Hoffa advised Dio that he
had talked with Thomas L. Hickey
New York vice president of the
xeamsters who now is opposing
Hoffa 's bid for the union presiden
cy.
Talks Of Hickty
It showed Hoffa as telling Dio
that Hickey would "keep the
h out" of union elections in
which Dio was interested.
Hoffa also told Dio that someone
"was putting the rap against you"
aua mat u mere was any g-.
trouDie, we'll be there to de
fend it."
In another call on May 7, 1955,
Dio outlined for Hoffa his plans
for a scheduled meeting of a
Teamsters Union committee.
"I'll tell you what I'm gonpa go
though," said the voice 'identified
as Dio's. "We're lining up I think
we're going to have about 20
strikes before that meeting."
"I think it's good; it will stfmu
late the activities," Hoffa said in
reply.
"It will stimulate the activities
and don't let the other guy
- them how much he controls,"
said Dio.
Planned "Party"
In another of the six recordings
played by the committee, Dio told
Hoffa he had staged his first
."party" (taxi strike) and would
give a "big party" before the
meeting to settle the UAW-Team-ster
dispcte.
Hoffa commented in the record
ing that he was "glad it happened
before this meeting."
Kennedy told Hoffa it was "just
increidble that you were .turning
against your own union." But
Hoffa explained his remarks to
Dio by saying he apparently!
wanted to bring Dio's local into'
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the Teamsters as a "strong or
ganization."
The Teamster leader balked
time and again at saying he Want Wanted
ed Wanted to bring in Dio himself unless
it were "necessary" in erder to
get the UAW local.
Hoffa, spending lus tiura pay m
Agnes' Havoc Toll
' PUSAN, Korea,- Aug 23 (UP
Typhoori Agnes' 100-mile-an-hour
winds and 15-foot waves eank nine
J$i and Korean -shipsp killed two
persons and.-, caused "more than
$650,000 damage,! the United Na
tions Command reported toaay.
Two U.S. J-boassr and seven
Korean vessels sank in Pusan har
bor during the height of yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's storm. The Korean provin provincial
cial provincial government reported two Ko Koreans
reans Koreans killed and 13 injured.
Two military transports, and six
merchant vessels
in yie caroor
were damaged.
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the wHness chair, told the commit,
tee he knew of "no proof that Dio
was connected' with the so-called
"phony" Teamster, locals set up
'in New York in late 1955. ....
Sen. Irving f M. Ives (R-NY)
commented that Hoffa had not in invoked
voked invoked the Fifth Amendment to
avoid answering questions "but
you're doing a "marvelous job
crawling around it."
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Polish Tourists
Seeking Asylum
VIENNA,. Aug. 23 (UP) -A V! V!-enna
enna V!-enna newspaper ,said yesterday
that 1,500 Polish tourists. have
asked Austrian authorities for po political
litical political asylum in the last few
months. i
The afternoon newspaper. Welt Welt-presse
presse Welt-presse said most of thenv-have
been- young single1 male- Poles.
Austrian authorities would not
comment, on the report, : i'
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