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House. OKs : OUUUU
For. Balboa Bridge Survey ;
WASHINGTON, Aug. 24. (UPT-Th Houst yesterday
passed and sent to the Senate a supplemental .appropria .appropriation
tion .appropriation bill which included $1,000,006 for preliminary sur sur-veys
veys sur-veys for a bridge across the Panama Canal at Balboa.
The bridge was one of the U.S. commitments made
in the United States-Panama treaty and memoranda of
Pinal Senate' approval, expected shortly, will send
the bill to the White House to be signed into law.
Negro Medico Resents Stale Bread,
Spare-Rib Bones At Panama Eatery
A berich warrant was Issued
this morning by Mayor Jose X.
Cajar Escala against the man man-.r
.r man-.r rJ tilush Panama City
restaurant who Js charged with
discriminatintf against a. promi
nent Panamanian Negro pnysi-
The warrant was Issued after
Dr. .Alfred N. Gerald, who is em employed,
ployed, employed, by the Panatiia' govern govern-'
' govern-' ment at he I Social scurity
Clinic and v the Santo Tomas
f Hospital, filed formal charges
' against John Joseph Gustin.
: owner-manager of thck Skychei
The alleged discrimination a-
, gainst the doctor, a graduate ot
r Howard trniv'erslty, and hi
American wife,, is said o-.nave
" occurred last night. In the pres pres-t
t pres-t ence of witnesses,-; including
member of the Manama Secret
v- Police, and two white panama-
l niait .doctors and other dark dark-akinned
akinned dark-akinned Latihs who were In Dr.
Gerald's party. -. ' ;
Mayor cajar Escala issued the
warrant af ter s hearing aworn
; testimony from ; Gerald and thf
detectiver who -produced pme
7 soar, rih bones and itale bread
turned 4o the Skychef resttu
" rant witn,! ampje wiwesBe
- nieht after, haying w been ervd.
cold soup, stale .oreaa anq
beefsteak consisting mo'Ur o$
Xat On m previous- occasion.
Th Panama Medical Assocla
tion board of directors, held an
emergency meeting this morn morning
ing morning and Issued a resolution pro-
Victim In Gorgas t
Continuation until 0t. '1 upon
Joint petition of prosecution and
defense was granted in Balboa
Magistrate's Court yesterday aft aft-ernooa
ernooa aft-ernooa when a ease of assault
with a deadly weapon was. called
for preliminary bearing..
The defendant, Mrs". Clarice T.
Gibson," 20, American, is accused
of having stabbed her husband,
Airman ,1-C Frank Gibson, 22, in
the chest with a five-inch paring
Airman Gibson has -bee in Gor
gas Hospital since the incident oc occurred
curred occurred about 9:30 p.m. on Sunday
Aug. '11. His condition is under-
- stood to be somewhat improved.
At first, it was serious.. :-.
When the Air Force wife .was
first arraigned,' District Attorney!
R. K. Harard moved that the be
release on her own recognizance,
inasmuch as she had to look aft after
er after a two-and-a-half-year-old daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. ''':.'.
Yesterday, Attorney William- J.
Sheridan Jr., appeared as Mrs.
Gibson's altoraey. V ;
- The Gibson' family resided at
Quarters T16-J; Lacona. I
Airman Gibson is with the 5780th
Materiel Squadron at Albrook. He
is assigned as a sheet-metal work-;
a Pilgrimdge Made
BORDEAUX, France, Aug. 24
" VP) Dr. Albert Schweitrer
- mads a. pilgrimage to the high
Pyrenees monastery where he
spent much "of his time during
; -World War I. Schweitrer, 82-year-old
Jiobei Peace Prise winner,-
' lunched with the director f the
. Lannemezaa Psychiatric Ho-pi-:
tal and then went on to the Ga-
' raison Monastery which be usual usual-;
; usual-; ly visiu on his Europesa aea-
'. tions. ... -,-,- , J
Watch Dog Lion;
V WETJJNGb6rOCGH, Eng. Aug.
24 (UP) Rex, 'the lion, turned
watch dog here last night. H.
,- J. Sterens, keeper of tb Well-
ingborough Zoo Park, said Rex
wftn used to guard a local
' abbey whirH contains a valuable
- antique collertioa. Someone broke
into h abtiey Tharsday night, but
Bolhirg was tto!en. Stevena aid
Lex wmi'd "not harm us." But I
Tf lrould not Ike to be a Stiaager
who got In ha way."
testing the alleged discrimina discrimination
tion discrimination ? against Gerald and his
Gustin. aeainst whom a simi
lar charge had been made last
year in a letter written by Pan Panama
ama Panama Negro newsman and UN.
Ambassador George W. Wester-
man, faces a maximum fine of
$500 if found guilty.
House Probers Say
Are Wasting Money
f WASHINGTON (UPV-House i i-vtfffitfim
vtfffitfim i-vtfffitfim charted today that
federal asencies are wasting large
sums of money by using other
fuels instead of coal for heating
-A iDecial House lnterwe sud-
committte which studied the
"sick" cpal industry, for 6 months
sharply enucizea the, space nest
ing-.policies of some government
- Jt ehreed that 'asencies are
tf&Xfim&m.tK effi Hyf,
gi qr. insiamn. qu r- gas lacm:
ties -ew ujldint, jwithout 're;
'The-: vubcam mjfttee J Report Said
this was ''damaging U the domes-
jtic toal industry, detrimental to
the national securityend a sheer
wigt of funds." r V
It : also urged that ?coal produ
cers be given a ."more equitable"
depletion allowance, and, that part
of these savings in turn be spent
on pure and applied research, en-J
gineering, and proving ground op J
American Kids Get Rousing
Weilcqnie In Chinese Capital
'. TOKYO, Aug. 24 CUP) -r Forty Forty-one
one Forty-one young Americans on va for forbidden
bidden forbidden trip to Communist China
rode triumphantly into Peiping to today
day today carrying tha Stars and
The Reds drummed up a hero's
welcome fur them at tha train sta station
tion station and promptly started making
propaganda capital out of a state statement
ment statement signed by 36 of the Ameri Americans
cans Americans calling for "free interchange
between- China and America."
Peioing hadio said they arrived
with 5 other youths from India,
Burmt, Ceylon,, the Philippines,
Syria, Lebanon, Morocco, West
Africa West Germany, Australia
and New Zealand.
Tha foreigners had come from
the Communist sponsored World
Youta Festival" in Moscow over
one of the "longest and most rug rugged
ged rugged rail routes in the world. The
trip-required nine days.
; The Americans played a banjo
and a guitar" Peiping Radio said.
"An American flag led their
: "Peiping young people gave
them a rousing welcome at the
railway station. as the delegates
Rates Show Rise
July reechstment rates for
aits r'itbia U.S. Army Caribbean
climbed to 2S.I per cent, marking
a T.t per cent increaM ever the
preceding month, Headovartert
U.S. Army Caribbean aidthij
week. The Juao percentage was
According to the headquarters,
the vend was particularly gratify gratifying
ing gratifying to the command in view af tre
recent chaoies ta regulations mak making
ing making it more difficult to enlist or
The percentages ef eligible re re-enlistee
enlistee re-enlistee who reewlisted at their
respective posts are: Fort Xobbe.
per cent; Fort Amador, 41J
per ceat; Fort Davia. 31 Jt per cent;
Fort Gulick. 14.3 per cent and
fort (aytos 10 per eenU
WHO HE? W, During an all-day plcnle outlnf held recently at Taboga island, members of
Jth Fort Clayton Teenage Club Join one of th eir sponsors in a tour of the park, in the town
of Taboga; Forty-eight members ot the Teenage Club Joined in the fun which also includ
ed swimming, boating, sunbathing and ft group picnic. Parent pf. club members joined, the--group
as sponsors. ; (U.S. Army Photo)
COPENHAGEN, Aug. 24 (UP)-
An estimated 20 to 40 Poles fled
the Communist Jinx ship Batory
and asked, asylum in Denmark. 'o-
The i freeaom.. seekers wre
among 72 passengers who arrived
here aboard 'the. i4,ooo- ton rousn
liner' two. days ago on Poland's
stepped out from the train.
- 4Wih .hsnrf ntfivjna vnnth
inarches, girls in flowered frocks
presented bouquets to the in
youths . V 1 -
"Amidst shouts of 'Long live
peace and friendship:' Liu Hsl-
yuao, vict president of "the All-.
China Federation of Democratic
Youth, welcomed' the guests .
The broadcait aaid 3fi of tha 41
Americans issued a press state statement
ment statement on arrival as they did when
they Jen uoscow.
"We feel that mutual under understanding
standing understanding can best come about
through friendly exchange by. all
kinds of individuals," It said.
"The world has long recognized
China's ancient and rich cultural
heritage and we are particularly
interested in learning how these
old traditions are merging with
the many important new develop
ments of which we have learned.
The statement said the Ameri
cana had c me "not only to learn
and carrv back to America
our impressions of contemporary
China, but also to try to give the
Chinese people some understand
ing of our own country."
. Peiping Radio said the visitors
were "holding hands, hugging
ach other and ainelnl sones."
There wss no immediate word
on where the Americans would be
taken to learn more about China
Tha Communist Chinese paid
most cf their expenses and the
Americans accepted the Invitation
in defisace of a direct warning
from, the U.S. State Department
that they might face penalties
when they returned.
Alien Ca$h Relief
Friday, Aug. 30
Panama Canal Company : alien
cash rebel checks lor the month
of Augurt will be delivered Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Aui. 30 in the esual locations.
it was announced by the Treasur
er s office.
This advance payment fs 1a ae
cordance with established proce
dure when the first of the follow following
ing following month falls en a Saturday,
Sunday or a holiday.
pi fap.ipiiiiiuaiiii ik
first bis; tourist cruise since the
Poznan uprising of June, 1856,
Neither Danish official or the
Batory'a- captain could; say
definitely how many passengers
were missing when the linef sailed
for its home port of Gydhia at
midnight. v. k
No one seemed -surprised at the
defections. The Batory has been a
bad luck ship to the Communist?
ever since American Communist
Gerhart Eisler jumped ball in New
York and fled to East Gtrmany
aboard it in 1949,
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Had Lest Crewmen
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The Communists Were forced to
take the Batory off the 'North At
lantic run in 1951 because they lost
so many crew members in free
world ports ane because ; New
York shinworkara refuaed ta aver.
haul it.' ,.,,;,
v Even the Batorya eaptain, jaa
Cwiklinski 'defected from the hip
in London in 1953. .Ha later -ob
tained U-S.1 citizenship. v t
ine mats defection here was
carried out under the hose if Po Poland's
land's Poland's Minister of Justice Marian
Rybicki. who was listed aboard
the Batory as an "ordinary tour
Some of the Poles renorted at
police stations to seek asylum
even before the liner sailed. Oth
ers, waited until ft was out of port.
May Find More
' Police said the defect!. num.
bered between 20 and 40. They ex expected
pected expected still more Polei ta
from hiding later. A recent Polish
tourist trip to Austria carefully
conducted by Comunist auidea
i is per cent its members.
No Communist security w aui.
dent aboard the Batorr on its cur current
rent current cruise.
Police soureea aaM mnf iv.
defectors reported they hoped to
ona eventual asylum in the United
States embassy said two woren
had asked for visas for the Unit United
ed United States. They were referred te
Eisenhower Takes Controls While Flying
Co-pilot To Gftyslsurg Form
. CrrrYSBURfi. Pa Aug. 34 died by Col WlllUm O. Draper, seat normally occupied by an
(UP) President Eisenhower Air Force aide to the President Air Force co-pilot who wa a a-served
served a-served as his own co-pilot today, and regular White House pilot. board another plane today.
kiMMi, tx. v tvimp kmtr : confirmed
from Washington to hia farm that Eisenhower, who one held Bsenhower trained andfluaH-here.-
. a pilot's license, actually flew fled as a pilot during the 1830 s
The Chief Executive was ta the plane part of the way from when he wa stoned m
th. co-nllot'a aeat as the twin- waahtrurton. Army ef fleer In the .Philippine.
n pined Afro commander used
v- .. tirv.1,. un,,.. trm .hftr,
hops Unded on the iraay Get-
AirDon at a:07 ajn
after 44.minut4t fllffht
The actual landini was han-
Dsnish police because they had
Repirts On PeKshVltedle
The Polish state'adfrffCarried
running, reports on, thenftuss de
tection.. The number started as
"some," -grew quickly U, 15, then
to 1? and 18 and in late news news-easts
easts news-easts to mora than 25.' -r.
''---Tit ....knrt... .11 Ml..a
.business people or .civil' ervi:nts,
had paid cut-rate 2,600 ziotys
(around $50) on the black 'market
for the roand trip'vbyalfe from
Dydniatwitli two dlys in Copen Copenhagen.
hagen. Copenhagen. The, price was equivalent
to about twp months salary lor the
average passenger. ..
. -Manylfamilies apparently, signed
up with the specific-, intention of
defecting, '-'since Communist : regu regulations
lations regulations and red tapir prevent Poles
from leaving them homeland
legally. -j IV.V,
. Political sources' iiM 'they ex
pected all to obtain political asy asylum
lum asylum here afthough: most, would be
considered "emigrants rather .than
political refugees, V
Will Be Acting
Arthur J. O'Leary. assistant
Comptroller Accounting, will act
as comptroller during the ab absence
sence absence of Stephen V. N.. Powel Powel-son,
son, Powel-son, Deputy comptroller and
pending the return of Philip L.
Steers, Comptroller, it was an announced
nounced announced by the Office ef the
Powelson Is leaving the Tsth Tsth-mus
mus Tsth-mus Monday for the United
States. 8teers. who has been in
the United Elates on vacation,
la expected- to. return to the
Isthmus Sept 3.
rtf iinea real nvinr ioo.
Draper said. He added that the
nuioeni ico btw um wa
only for a few minute.
Trie rrenaen. sa. pesiaa
per throughout the Clfht la the
THE PULSE t
HOPSS OF HOLDING the trial
of the defendants in the 1955
assassination of President Jose
Antonio Remon next month
faded today with a staiemeni
hv the defense attorney of al
leged trlggerman Ruben O. Ml-
ro lOv ve eiieuii uwt wo wwm
gO on trial at this time."
! lieiense Aiiorncy imuvu
ralaoioa Parrilla aaid today a
trial at this time would only
be a carbon copy ef the one
at which ex-President Jose
Ramon Gulxado was convicted.
Palacios said that in order for
there ta be an atmosnhere of
eomnlete imoartlality at the
trial of his ; client those who
have been conducting the prep preparations
arations preparations for the trial must be
; .Yesterday Palacios Igaln for formally
mally formally requested that Magistrate
Vitelio de Grade be taken off
the case, thus definitely para
lyzing- the machinery for a
Panama's rice ahortage took
on serious proportions yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: when large grocery stores
started limiting aalea to one
pound per enstomere. Some of
- the smaller grocery atores had
ii. rf m. at an to sell.
The.manager' of the institute
for Economic D ete lopment
rirrv rnhk anthorlaed at an
emergency; fneetinr '--ot the board
Vint) rice harvest has-been
ffetfl-'nv i. severe' flreugntn
during; th last few months.
.4 ier tn canal Zone employes
i-n nrnuvnb Kua biiv
.h lrut. their commissary priv
ileges were said to' have caused"
a severe araw on ut i & v
To Launch Salellile
I'limwflTnM (Wl The
United States has passed a crucial
milestone in ns rac
.UmI man wauc
satellite into space ....
The Navy "i "'"
'S .nrine that wiU
supply the. major thrust in send
tag the 2M pound satellite up.
The big General Electric eng tae
was bolted to a test stand at the
Air Force missile test center at
Cape Canaveral, Fla.
The successful! trial was a fore-
runner tor tne wv
the full 72 root ui
assembly. The mighty engine
delivers 27,000 pounos or mru
and will power the first stage of
the three-stage satellite launcher.
A defense official saia cniy ine
round test was "routine nothing
unusual." There was no indication
of when the next test will be
There will be four or five test
launchings before a serious effort
is made to get the satellite into,
an orbit. On some ef these, baby-
sized satellites will be carried m
the nose of the test vehicles but
the Naw does not expect them
to become artificial moons.
BEBNON, France, Aug. 24 (UP)
Am inaurance company agreed
yesterday to write a four million
francs $924 policy insuring 45,000
matches agrinst fire. The match
es were used oy a.pnoto tecani tecani-eiia
eiia tecani-eiia to build a scale model of the
12th and 14th Century Notre Dame
de Vernon Church.
but has not
.etuallT haa full'
control oi a wane ior yor. un
presidential flight he sometime
imw wra yuv
and aits at the eoratrola. But to
day waa unusual in that
took ever the control liuneelL
Syr i a
Unable to Make
DAMASCUS, Syria, Aug.
Minister Fakher Kovvali said
accept Soviet help in completing her 10 year economic
development program because Western f irmsy art iin
able to make competitive bids." f'
Kayyali, who returned yesterday from a prospecting
tour of Europe, said he "did not believe the Soviets dft
after anything special" in offering Syria far better tefmt
for an economic development program than they coiild -j
get from the International Bank or Western private firims.
He said he thought the Soviets were able to make a j
better offer because of "the difference between the eto l
nomic and financial concepts of the two systems." t j
The Soviets offered to support agreed to provide technleiaMi, -t
the development program at an experts and machinery. i
interest rate not exceeding two He said this agreement : la j
and one-half per cent whereas principle' was achieved "with :
the International! Bank offered out any strings, political, eco i
five' per cent and Included un- nomic or any kind.".
acceptable conditions, he said. ) . i m. v )
Private firms he contacted, s if r!l f-
t Italy gwltaerland, Belgium Hlff flVA
ina WMt Crmanv. VKavTall I LT .21. 171 muZ.mrf-i
wo ixaa iui;u u,.ivium.
present themselves because
the ati-untiir of the Soviet state
makes unnecessary the cornpU!
cated deals of Western compa
nlCS and banKS.
The partly completed 1955 ae-
velopment plan is estimalted to
cost $143,000,000 to complete, or
approximately 12 per cent oi
the Syrian budget for the next
10.yars figured at the current
Kayyali said the Russians had
To Gel Front-Door
School Bus Service
Kindergarten enildren entitled to
free bus transportation wiU be col-
lected at their homes and return-
ed to their homes, according to
Sigurd E. Esser, Superintend of
achoola. They will not use the bus
tnn akoiirned to Grades 1-12. A
teaener will accompany the kinder-
teaener will accompany inc
earten ouoils on their trips.
Irten pupils On their tups.
Kindersarten children living iu
Los Rios and Balboa and attend- The United States has repeated,
ing the Balboa kindergarten will ly rejected Latin American pro pro-attenrt
attenrt pro-attenrt the morning session (8-U posals for the establishment oran
a.m.) during the first semester
and the afternoon session u
p m. during the second semester,
Kindergarten children from An-
con and Balboa Height, who at-
tend kindergarten at Ancon, will
attend the afternoon session (1-3
pm ) during the first semester
and the morning session (9-11
a.m.) durinf the second semester,
On the Atlantic side, kindergar-
ten children living in Old Cristo-
baL New Cristobal, the Colon
Beach and DeLesseps Area and
attending Cristobal kindergarten
will attend the afternoon session
(1-3 p m.) during the first semes-
ter and thd morning session (9-11
a.m.) during the second semester,
Riot At Dance
MIAMI BEACH, Aug. 24 (UP)
A sunch thrown bv a youth at an-
other who was dancing with his
girl set off a' riot at a teenage
daaee here last night. Between
30 and 40 of the 300 youths suf-
fered black eyes pnd bruises in
WS. earmad. of police 1.
"pl! rh.ed Werner 1
fray. They said ft started when
Werner struck a Cuban youth be-
cause be didn't like -Cuba as mess-
ing around with our girls,
- i a i
XaTrtVw V Ale. Aivet tat
(VTt it waaa't washdav blues.
tn. tmmrm t h. ,th af
wortert. A small bottle of tear
gas fett from a meving truck,
miii .4.r th UuniTr mtA
burst. An intake tea pulled fames,
late the building.
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24 (UP) Public Wotfc,, j
todav Svria hat natttd to
Compromise Al Dk
inPne a... t itv :
I R.M...nf tive of tha TTnitMf
e,.,..- ..j t '...
flve f,iled m after ni.
t.h.hour 4.c.t meetinf to'
. t mi..
ave the propoged general. eco-
nomic agreement ,t the later
American Economic Conference. ;
Delegates from Argentina, firs'.
zil, Cuba, Mexico, Peru and the -United
States said they would eon ;
tinue their talks behind elosed '.
doors tomorrow, when it 'was ex 5;
pected they would reach a eon
elusion whether or not an agree
ment was possible. j '.
V. S. delegate John V. teddy,
emerging from today's meeting.
waa asked by newsmen efther.,j
any progress was mad. aittUe
replied: . . TT"''
' I expect that Latin. ArteaB
delegates would take seriously in.
to consideration the propeeal-, X
made yesterday that the confer
ence adopt s simpler Inter Amer
tu ecunumic aecwrmiroa
the proposed general agreement.
Inter American economic devalop-
mem m mc grounai un exuxina;
internatioral credit institutions
are adeiuate to meet current
needs. However. American -dele
gates insisted today that they be
included in the committee atudv
ing proposals submitted by Chile."
Cuba, and Uruguay for the .new
Americsn representatives were
admitted to the committee. Which
was scheduled to begin useussioa
The Chi'ean proposal calls e
the Inter American Economic. anil
Social Council to prepare- the
establishment of an Inter Ameri
can luianciai triioiuuoo iim r-
rt back within six months. The
ruguayan proposal asks for .a
meeting of government represen representatives
tatives representatives to set hi motion aa later
American bank. The Cuban meas measure
ure measure proposes the creation af a i pe peril)
ril) peril) Inter Americas deyelcomant
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Pace Danith Sfrfllf.
mtO VYCStem iCCS
COPENHAGEN, Denmark. Aug.
f f"c" s ... ttJ..
tic into the North Sen today
the second group Of Auaalii
hlpa to enter western waie: i
The Denlah Kaval k Comrr
here confirmed that the a-k
cruiser and a destroyer. r
through th narrow i
between Denmara ana Bat
last night, heading north.
,vTodT "" fl T,1. V
tee Skagarrat the atralt v. Y
acpaxatea Northern ic?-
from Kwway and Joins tfee I
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THE MAIL BOX
, AIR CONDITIONED SCHOOLS
.m iriftri that so many people realize that our children are
sufttrttS under a grearhandicap trying to learn m over-heateu
' IchWls S hope thi Governor will do something t--Jt
Stos are doing a wonderful job here, considering the condi-
rttSKSSi photographer to take Pic Pictures
tures Pictures of sweiting teachers and children with damp clinging T T-ihtfftoi
ihtfftoi T-ihtfftoi their little backs. Perhaps that would heft people un-
:TahahcXbqS necessary for concentration the teachers!
ofteKe toblose the doors, so there is not even the usual
Motors when 7ou can't concentrate on your shopping list
Mowers, waeu juu v nkiMn on snnnosea
hpciiiu of the neat. remeuiu yi jvm wi.. ---
S getting their foundation in learning under much worse
. T want to eexpress my appreciation along with many who
read your sporting page for the excellent wrileups on sports in
J Your bowling column has been especially interesting, and I
would llKe W aaa utu ju, .""""6" 'V"
uted to the growing uiwi. Ui
HEART CRY FROM COCOLI
bine bv and we aian t nave me sene io m
foff. We kept reading here and there about the "proud U.8.
' nd Its shipshape oases, we ieu iw "u wnw
' To quote Porgy, "the things that you're liable to read
! Therewe were back in the States, not making much
thor ohAoiete PanCanal reject town that Is slowly
.k -'.riv tnmiriB into an unkemnt tenement area,
" Cocoll, Where tl?e Navy paltned all the houses when they
v litst took possession ana eviueuuy uev ---
1 They vacate & group of decrepit old four-families for the
Ufmounced purpose of tearing them down and rebuilding then
they five them a iick ana n pruuuse .iu
V. The termites and tropical rot you learn to live with. The over'
..J,n m, ftimoKt exnect. The lack of facilities you grum.
ble about but you can always go somewhere else to shop. But
the official "policy" of iudecision keeps us in such a state of
; nervous suspension that it wouldn't surprise me u one oiinne
dqys we founa mat it, woumn i surprise evcu jnuiw vbu
We don't have to have new houses for two-year atretch
but couldn't we have a coat of paint over our nenque nviesr
- j. tUllUtFUJ amsvmwmt tt
wii t saa every doqv nas to Day uieir cmpioyoa uin uum-
mfim wa'tre of ii an hour except old Uncle Sam. How Is he so
nrivileored that he doesn't get Included In the law. But, I guess
' c... . T r i ... ( nnri Hnn,
Uncle nas TO save some vi uit w, nc, u w vu-
ln In the Admin Building so his 'Big Boyi' won't be uncomfort
nixrvi.f rPBiiv ha. m teed off thoueh. is the fact that old Un-
ris run crt. Awav with hii inn kids to do adult's work and then
paylnn them slave wages. I know of many boys and girls' who
arf taking over the Jobs of regular employes ior the summer,
hundling tne same ioaa we regular empiujes bo ana y .'
onty receiving the pauper's pay of 60 cents an hour. Whereas,
thl emDlove whose place they are taking reeeive well over $2
1 Arb,hmir for th sam lob. In many cases the students are
Dandling more responsiDiuues man me regwar cmpwyes.
There are girls working full time as. secretaries, handling
jth same work any other adult secretary handles, but receiving
only 60 cents an hour These girls would be getting well over $2
an nour in the US for the same work. Most of the Canal's sec sec-retftriea
retftriea sec-retftriea receive well over this amount. There are boys who work
ln;the shops doing manual labor which would be worth a good
tuo an hour any wnere in me ouues.
There are some jobs where the student assistants receive
412s an hour, but to be eligible for these jobs the student must
have completed at least one year of college. Yet, In many cases
ihe students working for 60 centes an hour have harder jobs
anil more responsibilities than the ones getting $1.25 because of
one year of college.
It is true that the students don't have to work for these
wages if they don't want to. but these are the only jobs avail
able and though it may seem doubtful to many, the kl.de want
to work so they won t have to depend entirely on tneir parents
for spending money- I lust say spending money because that
is all their wages amount to
" Look, Uncle, if you'r only going to pay 60 cents an hour,
only expect 60 cents an hour worth of work. Don't put the kids
In Jobs that are worth three times as much and expect them to
be al efficient as those who get paid decent salaries for the job.
Let's have a minimum wage for the kids. Or, better, pay
them the salary of the person whose place they take In the Ca Canal
nal Canal Company Organization. Oh, but I forgot we need that
money for the Admin's Air Conditioning.
Viva Buek An Hour
SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM
I would like to thank the people who went to the work and
trouble of giving our children a wonderful summer recreation
program. My children enjoyed every minute of the Navy pro program
gram program on the West Bank, and I know every other working moth mother
er mother feels as I do, grateful to the ladies, the men, and the teen teenagers
agers teenagers who bothered to keep our children busy and happy.
By VICTOR RIISEL
ROME All roads lead to Rome
and its ruins. Among the latter
soon may Oe Italian democracy.
That will happen if Rome falls to
uio vwiniuumsi ririT im us dou
tical allies in the next election.
That's ten months off. To win that
national contest the Italian Com
muniots are spending between for
ty ana liny million dollars.
That kind of money doesn't come
irora passing around one of Khrush
chev's old hats, there's nothing
oiu nai aooui inese sophisticated
neo-titaliuists. They get their mil millions
lions millions from business corporations
mey ve organized, xney are sales
outfits which get a juicy capital capitalist
ist capitalist commission on the Iron Curt Curtain
ain Curtain countries.
If you ere an Italian business
man and want ta soil or- buy in
Poland or Czechoslovakia, you
plaoa your order through oiu of
the Communist units. They take
their cut This gives the Com Communist
munist Communist Party its millions of
dollars for politicking.
The money pays for organizers,
writers, artists, newspapers, shop
papers and magazines run by the
party. It pays for a Communist
Party Staff of 25,000 full time work workers.
ers. workers. It keeps ,7,000 Communist Par Party
ty Party clubs running.
Compare this with the opposi opposition.
tion. opposition. Recently the pro-American,
anti Communist PSD1, a liberal
party led by my friend Signor
Saragat, run so low on funds it
had to change its paper from a
uswy w a weexiy.
There is no doubt about the au authenticity
thenticity authenticity of the $40,000,000 figure.
Earlier this year a Communist
Senator Eugemo Reale, broke with
the Rer. because it supported
Khrushchev's panzer divisions in
Hungary. Signor. Reale was one
of the small Communist director directorate
ate directorate which ran their business firms.
When his story breaks oubliclv. it
wui oe seen mat tne lorty million
esti-.iate wa: low.
. The Communists use the money
ior. lots ot cioaK and stiuetto stuff.
But there are less mysterious.
wavs of rilltinff info thn nnnncitinn 1
There's television, for examnle
The average Italian worker puts
in a long hard day for his meagre
wage. He likes to relax over his
beer and apertivo. He likes his
music and news of the day. But
ne can't afford a TV set.
It takes seven months' pay for
an average worker "to buy a re receiver
ceiver receiver to catch the ifive hour
daily program of the State tele television
vision television authority, which has
monopoly n VTW In; Italy it
ien't erily.: th original purchase
of a sot. It's the opk-aep. The
State television and broadcasting
system sails, only ten' minutes
daily for advertising. So if. sup supports
ports supports itkSf by charging set own own-mrs
mrs own-mrs $25 yoar. To you back
home the twenry-five bucks is
the prioa of a good dinner and
a couple of drinks. But hero it
could mean a month's pay. Or
I 1 Lowerina the Boom
' ' 1 MIW PIARt)H
Ugly Look Here Again
By BOB MARK
cm. r4eMucx. svinim eouvAji tsaa. cotoet
So TV becomes a eommunit.v
ritual. The Italian families go to
the coffee shops, restaurants aid
little clubs. You can no into anv
village and see a big set ud front
with scores of eood folks watchlns
for hours. This is a natural for the
Communists to exploit.
The Communist Party ha set
up hundreds of clubs throughout
naiy. inese are especially con concentrated
centrated concentrated in the south were many
believe the next election will he
won or lost by the Italian candi candidates.
dates. candidates. That's the sharecropper a a-rea
rea a-rea and a mighty needy people
they are. The Communists build a
little club building, Install a TV
set ana serve cdffee and lectures.
The bee. is free. The dancint! is
free. The hosts are just apparent
good fellows who subtly suggest
mat democracy and capitalism
have abandoned the needy farm farmers
ers farmers and workers.
This could win hundreds of thou
sands of votes for the Communists.
It could be the balance of cower
ior me communists and the left-
wing Socialist allies. It could be
the coup de grace for Italy and
for our naval bases here.
Eaggerated, you might aay of
all this. I hop so. But the Com Com-mu
mu Com-mu lists and their allies have 211
seats out of soma M0 in th Ita Italian
lian Italian House of Deputies. T h e y
have reltad up M per coat of
the popular vote.
The ruling Christian Democrats
have a- majority of 16 votes in
Parliament. But they are split ov over
er over policy already. The present
Prime Minister, Signor Zoli, ac actually
tually actually is a caretaker prime mi minister.
nister. minister. When Parliament voted for
him, be failed to get support from
his own friends and was one vote
short of a majority. No one ob objected
jected objected because no one wanted to
start summer time crisis. It's
This country is In crisis. That's
made to order for the millionaire
Communist Party. And that's some-
uung ior us poor capitalists to wor
P ALAMOS. Soaln The Ugly
Look is with us again, at a high
fee, and I do not propose to al
low it in tne bouse.
I have been reading the Paris
papers, and all I can say is thank
heaven for Spam, we re just over
the Pyrenees from France, but
the diabolical things the French
do don't get here very fast.
The newest French female fash fashions
ions fashions reflect the same sort ofGal ofGal-lic
lic ofGal-lic sk'll that built the Maginot
Line, kept French Cabinets in of office,
fice, office, settled problems in Algeria,
and makes the French telephone
system such a miracle of efficien efficiency.
cy. efficiency. It is possible that the French
are trying to put women but qf
business, but I dont see why,,.wc
have to compound the felony and
add after-taxes money to follow
the dough we give them for just
being French, a short, succinct
word lor incompetent.
At the moment the big thing
In the showings Is the gunny gunny-sack
sack gunny-sack One. This is an apt des description.
cription. description. Thers have been bit-tor-looking
Corpses snaked from
London graves, In gunnysaeks,
for dissection purposes, than
what is supposed to be living in
the current mode. I haven't even
got to tht hats yet, either.
Columnist Inez Robb had a word
to say about this the other day,
but she isn't as close to the scene
as me. We are infested with the
French this summer, and I wish
to state that the French haircut,
which is high style, appears to
have been effected by rats which
have been tossed out of their
A concierge in a fifth class pen
sion is pretty compared to the
modish French fern me with the
new Gnawed Off Look. I wouldn't
get close enough to one to inspect
it at first-hand, but from what I
gather, dirty fingernails and a
garlic breath go with the general
ensemble. Whether the high-style
kids' Wear BVDs I couldn't say, but
the chances are, if they do, they're
Why in heaven's name the A A-meriean
meriean A-meriean woman, who. can buy
France with her eei money, out
uo vear after vear with these cons'
pirators against prettiness I cau cau-not
not cau-not say. It's all such a joke that
they don't even plan their show showings
ings showings they consult fortune tellers.
I quots a rival pressman, Euge Eugenia
nia Eugenia Sheppard of the Paris Herald Herald-Tribune,
Tribune, Herald-Tribune, when I say:
"Pans fashion-show dates are
set by fortune tellers Instead of
fashion calendars. Dior and Cas Castillo
tillo Castillo consult the same fortune tell tellers.
ers. tellers. That's, why Ihe Mow was so
extra bitter when Chanel barged
in on Castillo's date."
Mis Sheppard, also a touch
bitter, was bragging about our
models and produced one who had
one who had, been carried away
with the French idea of the .Ugly
Look. Says, Miss Sheppard;
"... The aoor opened and a spook
came out. She was wearing long,
unrolled-up dungarees, a man's
white shirt, navy blue eyelids, and
a nairdo better designed to mop
up Kitciiens. This was Barbara
Mullen in her Paris working
The hats you ain't seen no nothing
thing nothing like never. One I saw look
od like the broad got caught in
either a cactus or a hedg.ihog,
and the other was e string-bag
for shopping which, they said,
gay her an Egyptian look. 1
have a dedicate stomach and de
not wish to pursue hats further.
But I will say ,athing in defense
oi bpamsn dressmakers, 'me se
nores Balenciaza and Pedro Ro
driguez have a sound knowledge
of the indisuptabie fact that a
woman is composed of a bosom,
legs and, finally, a face, and they
do everything in their power not
to deface the assets that nature
so kindly bestowed.
If you see aa ugly woman got
up in a fright wig, wearing the
new Ugly Look, on the Paseo de
Gracia in Barcelona, you can bet
she ain't local. Over here we still
hold with the Pretty Look, no mat matter
ter matter what the French say. Accord
ing to their fortune tellers, of
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER
Our Own Labor Quiz (Not tele-
vised): A relative of notorious Vito
Genovese (I know his name) is
operating a "new look" in the
garment industry. This powerful
official takes care of manufactur manufacturers
ers manufacturers with union troubles by kindly
providing tat a fee of two-bits a
garment) a co-operative contrac contractor
tor contractor who is permitted to pay his
Is borers underscale (also at a fee
of two-bits a garment) The result
is a $2.75 per unit saving for the
manufacturer, a bonanza business
for '-lie contractor, a fortune for
the union official and the hood hoodlums,
lums, hoodlums, and new, low salaries for
the union's slave laborers. Work Workers
ers Workers who complain are threatened
with the loss of their cards.
Second Stanza: Are the probers
solas into the Norma Redwood
sandbotf murder, or is it too hot
for too many sanctimonious hot-
shots? ... When is toe last time a
certain sainted union official had
contact with his wife who's in
Russia? ... Is anyone going to ask
George Meany what be talked
bout to Joey Fay, when he made
that prison Visit ... How about
checkn g the aon-ia-law of a "sa
cred unio official who s got a
monopoly oa union printing for
some of the molding trades
Bions? Note: Beny Levine
phoned to say be doc sat own and
ever did owe a factory in Haxle-
ton. Pa Also said be s always been
It's Not The Heat. It's The Press
Agents: Bordea Stevenson, he's Ad-
lai a son. (and by the way. what
became of Adlai?) dazzled by Vir
ginia Holde at Glea Cove s Via
Pierre. She's Bill Holdea'a teen teenager
ager teenager Dick Haymea' date at the
Boot was fashion model Bonnie
Cole, aa ex-Baroda -item Mr.
don. she's a "come-hither-type"
singer, sensationally stacked and
voice to boot, and looks like a na
tural to follow in the cafe foot
steps of other such saloon-sing
ing heiresses as Eve Symington,
Adelaide Moffett, Sigril Lassen
and you name 'em ... Mirror re
porter Joe Famm turned out to be
a hero at Miami Beach's luxury
rontaineoieau. when he retrieved
a charm that dropped from Kitty
Carlisle's bracelet. Her husband,
moss nan, did up flops becmise
it was a wedding present. 'i.ied
to reward our brave reporter with
a pair to "My f air Lady," which
were declinea, and how nutty can
Daily Report on Chic "Latin
Quarter" James: "While bouncins
on the stage with Simoa McQueen
I overheard this conversation,"
write Chic. Lupo: "Those gals
have T.B." Square: "Tuberculosis,
you mean?" Lupo: "No. Two
beauts." (The report, as usual, is
sworn to before Notary Public Irv Irving
ing Irving Kaplan.)
Some Disss, Less Data: Fer Fernanda
nanda Fernanda Monte!, the chantootsie. and
Antonio Vilar, the Spanish actor,
were at tne mu Hotel in Barce
lona. (Separate rooms, natch.) A-
va Gardner and Walter Chiari
were on the same floor. (Same ob
servation.) Harvey Rosea rea
dying aa anniversary blowout to-
iznt m bis 1 Borracbo KIss
Room for General Sessions Judge
autcneu Schweitzer and his love
ly wife Sylvia, a former "Miss
Asbury Park." Renato Rossini.
the eensational guitarist, is the
next big name attraction there
ta September Comic George
Forentine DeWitt observes about
the movie star who bad women
throw themselves at bis feet.
They dol think much of bis
Uirih-s Monrae'tt dam waa ae .Face but What a woaderful time
exseasiv one. It'a coat bin more au reel are Baying!" (Gotta oo
than N Cs to dale So Sheree
North and Pete Bagol 'finally
found each other? Didn't be used
t be wild about Betty Huttoaf-
The Bit There's No Bis Like:
Cass Fn-nkiim and Lm Wallers
better than that. Georgie.)
Reds, always reticent about their
backgrounds, never published any anything,
thing, anything, like- it; it will detail the
careers of thousands of Soviet lead leaders,
ers, leaders, info most would prefer to for forget.
get. forget. And now how about a compa companion
nion companion volume listing American Com Com-nrunista
nrunista Com-nrunista and the fellow travellers,
pinko "Liberals" and intellectual
editors, writers, aetors, etc. who
Out Of The Mouths Of Publicists:
(You can have them, but what
would I do without them?) Tal Tal-lulah
lulah Tal-lulah Bankhead bid for a bust of
herself at a recent auction. (I'd
like to bid for Jayne Mansfield's
... Pete Howhard, of the Vander Vander-btlt
btlt Vander-btlt ilk, twosomed at Henry Hud
son's unart Room with Doris wiss.
the actress..: Are film writer Sy
Bsrtlett and his estranged actress
wife, Patricia Owen talking it up
again? ... note to t.m.: Pick up
your mail at Billy Red's Little
Club. (Maybe it's from one of
your tune former wives.) Note
to Latin Quarter's Rosemary Rid'
geweu: rnone your mother and
iather. They're worried.. .La Verne
Baker, the thrush with hit platter
"Jim Dandy." tnmks Chicago bar
rister Tim Graham is Tim Danly.
Nothing From Nowhere: Looks
like I shamed 'em into it After
hearing from tht people,, the Ho Ho-noluu
noluu Ho-noluu Supervisors grudgingy came
up with $5,000 toward the enter entertainment
tainment entertainment expenses of the forthcom forthcoming
ing forthcoming International Police Chiefs'
convention to be held there next
month. This is a smashing victory
for Chief Daa Liu M Las Vegas
pulllag strings to latch onto aext
year'a Miss Universe Contests
Is Montgomery Qua. worrying a a-bout
bout a-bout his thinning hair? . .Room
with playwright Harry Kurahx, aa
old friend, what led U the rum rumors?
ors? rumors? According to Abe (Inter (Inter-City)
City) (Inter-City) Wadler, love is like baseball baseball-First,
First, baseball-First, ye pay the flield, the yen
warm up aid try to get nrst
base. (New where did I bear that
WASHINGTQN-J. Edgar Hoov
er has been putting thj neat on
both Houses of Congress to pass
the FBI bill to reverse the Su
premo Court m the Jencks ease.
He has almost made it a person
nel issue as between mm ano tne
hichesl court in the United Statea,
t This is the second time Mr. Hoo
ver has sttDDed out of his non
Dolitfcal role as an efficient, quiet
FBI chief; the previpus -time-hav
ing oeen .ms puduc pouucai ap appearance
pearance appearance with Attorney General
Brownell to smear ex-President
Truman in the Harry Dexter white
Manv Washington observers have
wondered why Hoover took this
sudden iumo Into the nolitical are
na on the side of Mr. Brownell.
. A explained by his close mends
L 1 .Ua ........ r l'
nere l mu. auswci, ,.
' During the war, Hoover had plac
ed iiaents 'with every Amencan
embassy abroad. : They had done
a good Joi. And atter tne war,
Hoover wanted to build up a su
per-spy organization to operate all
over tne world.
He had already had some brush
es with Gen. William Donovan'!
OSS. which durins the .war was
in charge of international espion espionage.
age. espionage. i'1- s.-:- i-'
So, when President Trumaa de decided
cided decided -to consolidate overseas o-
perations and replace the OSS with
the new Central Intelligence Agen Agency,
cy, Agency, Hoover went to the White
House to piead that CIA be put
Truman considered this was
too much police power for one
i V . i .1. tit, ........ 1
man, ana umitea tne cut sensual sensually
ly sensually to the United States.
He told Hoover he was doing a
good job here at home and to stick
to his domestic knitting.
This upset the FBI chief. ;
PROTECTING THI PRISIDINT
On top oi this, Hoover wanted
tn talrn aver the Secret Service
and its job of guarding the presi
This was encouraged, by Tru
man's close mend, uen. Harry
Vanghan. Hoover had assigned a
special agent to Vaughan'a office
and 'investigated certain people
Vaughan wanted investigated,
which in some cases was playing
politics Democratic politics.
Vaughan in turn did his best to
persuade Truman to use the FBI
instead of the Secret Service, and
J. Edgar even got the House Ap Appropriations
propriations Appropriations Committee to e a r r-mark
mark r-mark $25,000 for the FBI to' pro protect
tect protect the President.
But Truman stopped this cold.
He ot on the telephone to Vice
Presideni Barkley and told him
he wanted the FBI kept away from
the joh,of protecting the Presi President.
dent. President. At Truman's request, Bark Bark-ley
ley Bark-ley blocked the FBI appropriation.
After these two rebuffs. Hoov Hoover
er Hoover developed a cold hatred for
Hanv Truman, from that time
oa, he never set foot Inside Tru-
min'k elflee. .
Normally, Hoover is too shrewd
. . ,., i i
to taxe Sloes in a pouucai wrangm.
But Hoover's friends say he was
so bitter against Truman that he
abandoned past practice and sat
alongside Brownell as they both
familiar to me, and maybe I wrote
it myself, but Michael Dante, the
actor, is a oretty brave guy at that,
pitching romance with Susan Oli Oliver,
ver, Oliver, star of "Blonde and Danger
ous," which is just what she is..
Personally, I can take em or
leave 'em, but the French import
ed "It Happened in the Park" (it's
happening at the World Theatre)
is a wow!... Bill Crosby, handsome
young brother of Peter Crosby, of
Demse Dareei fame, is following
in the master's footsteps romanc romancing
ing romancing wealthy Nancy Gang, at Max
Loew's Casanova. (Just who's foot
steps? Pete's or Casanova's?)
Wisdom of a White Wsy Wolf.
Some guys can accomplish with
What it takes another man a
threw the book at Truman in tht
Harry Dexter White ease.,,,
LOBBYISTS' "DOO" DAYS t :d
i i s
The "dog days" are supposed
to be so languid that pot even
yellow dog will budge out of the the-road.
In Washington, howwever, the
dog days are the lobbyists' hey
day. This i the season when Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen are so hell-bent to get
out of town they pass almost any
As a result,' the smart lobbyist
wait until the last days of Congress
and then pull the right wires to
stampede their bills through Con Congress.,..
gress.,.. Congress.,.. r ; ; -y '
i Here are some special interest
bonanzas about to become law.
Benanxa No. 1 A bill introduc introduced
ed introduced by Congressman John Flynt,
Georgia Democrat, whica original originally
ly originally would have meant millions to)
Pan American Airways, was past pasted
ed pasted by the House just twelve days
after being reported out of com committee.
mittee. committee. .- r ''
Pan American has been trying
to get this hill through Congress
for several years.- It would permit
subsidized airlines to reinvest their
capital gains from selling air airplanes
planes airplanes without having such capital
gains counted as income which
would reduce their government
' This year, Rep. Oren Harris f
Arkansas, great friend of Pan A A-merican
merican A-merican Airways, quietly brought
the bill out of his committee in:
the last hectic days of Congress,
and it was rushed through the:
House of Representatives.
opponents of Harris managed
to take out most of the profits for
Pan American before it passed.
Bonanza No. J The sirlines are
mshing a bill giving them privl privl-eged
eged privl-eged status under the bankrupt
cy jiws. This would permit them
to place their airplanes in "equip "equipment
ment "equipment trusts" so creditors could hot
touch them in bankruptcy proceed-
UlgS. '-;' ,:-
Bonanza Ne. J Certain airlines
are pushing a bill by which the
Civil Aeronautics Board would
guarantee loans made to feeder
airlines' and to lines servicing' Ha Hawaii,
waii, Hawaii, Alaska, and the territories.
This bill has passed the Senate.
Contrast Senator Williams of
Delaware has. introduced a bill
authorizing the admission of a Ko-
rean woman, Ching Wol Nyo Ko.
to the USA. She is the mother of
the famed North Korean pilot who
flew a Russian Mia into South Ko
rea and was psid $100,000 by the
if oA as a reward., .. .. ,.:,.,.
ffc. Atlnf V..M eLv : 'w
known as Kenneth Rowe, is living
quietly as an American citizen.
He is a senior at the University
of Delaware. He would like his
mother to enter the United States.
But no lobbyist is pushing his MIL
When Cy Anderson of the rail railroad
road railroad trotherhoods worked hack hack-stage
stage hack-stage for the jury trial amend amendment,
ment, amendment, be fiund that of the SI sen senators
ators senators who voted for jury trials,
32 were friendly to labor, IS un unfriendly.
On the other side and voting a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the jury trial amendment
and for a toughrCivil Rights Bill,
were various Republican reaction reactionaries
aries reactionaries and Dixie Democrats who
traditionally voted ag'ainst labor
a total of 29. As a labor man, he
considered himself on the right
HILLSBORO. N.C. (UP) The
Southern Railway's main east
west line was blocked near Hills
boro Wednesday night by a freight
train derailment. No injuries were
reported when 22 ears of a 1(0
car west-bound freight went oft
the tracks just west of the West
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Written for JNEA Service
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COX:'W.:R. SEYMOUR (right), U.S. Army Carftbean Quarter Quartermaster,
master, Quartermaster, congratulates Capt. Thomas B Dorsey ( eft), chief
oTthft food service division, Quartermastersection- and Mrs.
Alice Waxman (center) Quartermaster. Section librarian, on
eiTMeiving uggestion award certificates. Seymour presmt presmt-ert
ert presmt-ert thTceHificatls In ceremonies, held recently At Corozal.
Mrs W-axrnan's award winning proposal was to prepare a
ifpnMl'lltter to designate 'ieeutftf of ficer and NCO each, week
ratSer than tSsS thTmemoraMum weekly. Dorsey ugges
mm "FoodtahTers' be withdrawn from the .property
MuxSt section.? 'is edea, and utilized by Army cQmmis cQmmis-stores
stores cQmmis-stores fw use in the prepacMng f meats W OVoduce
.,-(, itpiv 1200 per yea'.' (u.s. Aimy rnoioj
East ani West vulnerable
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Witness Blames Li Col Walter Berger
For Tragic Training Goof At Ft.
iroRT BILL. Okla., Aug. 24 (UP)
A witness told the court mi
of Lt. Col waiter r. joerg"
davthat the accused officer was re responsible
sponsible responsible for all artillery opera opera-turns
turns opera-turns during a training problem
June' 21 in 'which four soldiers
were killed and 13 injured.
f PhllailelDhia. Pa., is
charged with four counts of negli negligent
gent negligent fiomlcide; and one count of
derelictionf duty.? He was artil artillery
lery artillery control officer and second in
command during an. assault
demonstration when mortsr shells
exploded among' a Tplatoop of ad advancing
vancing advancing troops.
The "witness, Maj. Robert 0.
Phillips1, said all key, personnel
had "attended a briefing before the
training problem and- copies of
safety regulations were available.,
When asked bythe defense coun counsel
sel counsel where- the responsibility for
artillery lay he replied, "Colonel
Bereer is 'the secortd officer to
face court martial a result of
th mishso.-Second Lt Rosser I
Moody Jr. 22, was found innocent
of negligent homicide last Thurs
day. -i. ; j-y ,.;
- Berger pleaded innocent to all
counts wfaea : bis trial opened to
should have been firing on the far
"He said I must have seen 105
howitzers," Short went on. "I told
him if he had checked and that
the mortars were laid on the far
target, he could resume firing."
Col, Albert A. rnsbie, prose prosecutor,
cutor, prosecutor, said in all .probability
Berger's trial : would last about
two. days. Moody was acquitted
after a day of testimony and an
hour's arguments last Friday.
Berger faces maximum penalty
of a discharge, forfeiture of all
pay allowances and four years and
three months at hard, labor if con convicted
victed convicted on all counts. The 41-year-old
veteran of 16 years in the
Army 4s a holder, of the Bronze
Star for meritorious service and
the Army commendation medal
and has been decorated, twice for
Moody was cleared after his at
torney claimed a higher officer
was responsible for the erroneous
Most of the opening hours of the
trial' were spent in cross-examination
'of Lt. CoL". Walter. J. Short,
who was ia cWmmaad of the train
ing problem1 Short said be No
ticed several artillery rounds
which, he thought to be 4.2-inch
mortars explode irf in area, about!
to be occupied by the advancing
infantry .-w-fv... ..-.-
"I entered a cease fire immed immediately."
iately." immediately." he said. "CoL' Berger
came to the telephone and asked
why I had given a cease fire. I
told him 1 had seen several rounds
hit the near target when .they
Give Repeal Show
Monday Al Amador
, HASPEL-, SUITS'
. A r coming b ack to;
' th Hrft shipment of
this brand ef 'Suits ta
rsach- htr tine 1950.
The Enlisted Men's Advisory
council or the Fort Amador
service club has announced
that a repeat performance of
their new soldier show. "Ami
rams", wU be stad MonOav
ai uie Amaaor service club be
ginning at 7:30 D.m.i.
Mrs. Betty Haberstlck. service
club director- and director of
"Amarama," has anndunced that
the variety show .will play, at
every Army post on the Isth
mus. The schedule Is as follows:
Monday, Aug. 26, Fort Amador
at 7:30 pjn.; Tuesday, Aug. 27.
the Fort Davis service club t
8:30 p.m.; Thursday. Aug. 29. the
Fort Clayton service club st S
p m.; Friday, Sept. 6, the Fort
Kobbe service dub at S:ll p.m.;
Thursday, Sept. 12. the Fort Gu-
lick service cHib a t p.m. and
Saturday, Oct. 8, the Rio Bate
training area. A performance
will also be given at Fort Sher Sherman
man Sherman sometime In September.
"Amarama," was presented
for the first time on Aug. M at
Amador before a capacity crowd.
The musical revue, with a
cast of 21, Includes a roarirtf
twenties number with orches
tra ana cnarieston cancers, an
accord ian solo, a skit about Ar Army
my Army life, two dramatic satires
and a Western version of "Ham-
There wasn't much to the nlav
of the hand. West opened the
jack of .clubs. Declarer won in
dummy and played the king of
When East showed out South
saw that he had to go down and
proceeded to play careefully in
order to hold his loss to two
.There was considerable dis discussion
cussion discussion of the bidding with par particular
ticular particular reference to South's
opening bid, North's jump to six
diamonds, West's double and
North's redouble and I have been
asked .to comment.
South's one diamond opening
is a minimum or maybe just be below
low below minimum. N e v e r t heless
South did hold 12 points and a
good four card suit and since he
was not vulnerable against vul vulnerable
nerable vulnerable opponents I cannot see
any real criticism for his open opening
ing opening bid.
North's jumn to six diamonds
was mildly optimistic but again
I have no criticism. Even with
South's. miserable hand there
would have been a good play for
the slam if diamonds had bro broken
ken broken three-two.
West's double was danaerous
but since lt worked out so suc successfully
cessfully successfully I must approve it. West
old know that his opponents
were going to have trouble with
the distribution of the hand.
As for North's redouble the
less said the beteter. The only
holding that West could be- dou doubling
bling doubling on was a sure trump trick
represented by five or maybe
even six diamonds.
In fact. North should nrobablv
have) rone to six no-trumn after
xxi e QouDie. inia contract would
not nave made but I doubt If lt
wouia nave been doubled.
Want A Slightly
The Property Disposal Office,
UjB, Army Caribbean; announc announces
es announces two sales of surplus Items to
take place Sept. 9 and 18 in
Building No. 70, CorozaL-
The Sept 9 sale, beginning at
9:30 a.mM will offer a B-2S air aircraft
craft aircraft damaged In crash landing.
The aircraft has been demili demilitarized
tarized demilitarized and may be inspected In
Hangar No. 1. Panama Air De
pot Area, Curundu.
At 9 a.m. on Serft. 18 for aa.1
will be miscellaneous items con consisting
sisting consisting of caskets, rears, wash-1
ers, piston assemblies, transmis transmission
sion transmission case, handle and shaft as assemblies,
semblies, assemblies, cranks, eouolines and
other valuable items. Also for
salee are recorders, reproducers,
check cutting and stacking ma machines,
chines, machines, typewriters and calcu
8ealed bids for the above items
will be received up until the hour
of the sale on each respective
For further information call
the property disposal officer,
Corozal 4149. j
f First Lady,. Like
Most, Has Final
Say On Occasion
WASHTNTflTlW mPTli 1..,
in the White House like most
ladies seems to have a verv final
say on occasion,'
at his news ennferpnrn this wsnlr
whether he nlani ta turn hi r,t.
tysburg farm over to the' govern
"Well," the President replied,
actually I dort't knnw. first nt all
whether any public agency would
ever be concerned in itich
thing. Some people seem to think
u wouia, out 1 would say this:
inr... m ...
airi. cisennower nd I have
not vet reached anv rnmnlotp
agreement, and I must say her
word aDout that farm, I believe,
is probably decisive."
There was a hunt nf InucrhUr
from the 19' reporters present. 1
TTnlrUnc nmnlt iwiv In
conversation at some irat.herlnfr
may stamp you as a very intelli
It's morn llkelv tn itlmn yah
as a loudmouth.
lW-l'i'Wff''i1'"''Z'""l'ti..-' '.I'W Kfmtm4.m
wolkina with Him every day, every hour of the doy ... It
msons confident, glorious living. Y
Sunday School is not enough; you need church, training
union, and prayer meeting. But 8.S. is basic; lt provides
a foundation which you and your children need. Over 30
classes are provided to meet the need of the entire family.
10:40 "THE ORDINARY MAN i PLUS
Lessons from the life of Elijah
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Learning by doing that's the principle of Training Union.
Put into practice the Scripture you're learned.
7:30 "WHAT KIND OF A PLACE TS HEAVEN
FULL NURSERY SERVICE RADIO HOXO
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
- HE CALLS
The doy of the church bell hot
fust about passed, but the clarion
call of God will never cease or
diminish ... He summons you to
pray, to worship, to serve.
COME LET US 'WORSHIP TOGETHER.)'
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Class for every age)
i "Tour children will be like you they wlllv follow your
example lead them in your steps, to a Bible teaching SS.
t there Is a place for all the family. Begin Sunday'
11:00 "WORLD CRISES Doom Or Deliverance ?"
."Politicians, educators, scientists, statesmen and church church-,
, church-, ment are looking for an answer to world problems Listen
. to a factual, stirring message on this subject.
t r -v Invite your friends."
. ;00 YOUTH FELLOWSHIPS ;
, : (Grade and Hi School) -V 5 : J V
' 7:00--'DECEPTIONS OF THE LAST DAYS" ;
."The N.T. lists five areas of deception related to prophesy.
; Why will they come and what is the believers hope?
NURSERY PROVIDED "a GOOD CHURCH HOME :
The Caribbean i Players will
hold tryouts lor its next proauc
tion The caine Mutiny court court-artial'r:
artial'r: court-artial'r: on Monday ) and Tues
day, at 8 p.m. in Jadwin Hall at
Prior, to the Monday evening
trvouta: an organizational meet
ina- will' be held at 7 p.m. for the
purpose of 5 electing officers.
Persons interested In joining the!
roun a are Invited to attend.
Meembershlp Is open to all mil
itary personnel, u.s. soyern-
ment s uemoloyes and their de-
"The Caine ; Mutiny Court-
martial!' is the hit stage version
of Herman Wouk's Pulitzer
Prize winning novel "The Caine
Mutiny." The play made a auc-
cessiui and acclaimed nation
wide tour prior to a long Broad-
The production has an all
male cast and takes place in. a
Navy courtroom during : .the
court-martial trial of the exec executive
utive executive officer of the U S.S. Caine,
a fictitious Naval vessel,- The
story of the play follows the
procedure iorNavy courts-martial
except for a few discrepan discrepancies
cies discrepancies for brevity. r (
Holdup Man; Shot In Kncckdovn,
Dragout Western-Style Capture
HEALDSBURG Califi? VUPi-A
movie producers ranch, house
wj the Mmc vesterHav nt a
western, stvle capture of a holdup
man cotnolete' with nnsse. ffun-
nl .. L.J a U11..I.J A
Princinala in the Vanselanil
drama were mariner" rancher
Arthur Haden. M) whn- leri the
l posse; William Engelhardt, 21,
me gun xoung aesperado; and
six persons he. held hostage for
five hours on( the s ranch owned
by producer ,; Jack H. Skirball.
Skirball was absent from' the 8,800
acre sneep ranee.
Undersheriff Andrew Johansen
said Haden nH Fnoelharrft
wounded in the brief gunfight and
scuffle which resulted in the gun
: Eneelhardt nhlert of a ennntv.
wide search after r he held up a
gas station Monday night, had
holed "up in the barn on Skirball's
ranch.. He was .discovered Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday morning by the 8:-' year old
son of the ranch, foreman, Harold
Engelhardt, brandishing a .45
caliber automatic, herded the boy,
Black and Mrs. Black, house house-guests
guests house-guests Harold Thompson and Mrs.
Thompson of Eureka,,, Calif., and
Be Ready, Son I 1
It'll really be a
NIGHT to HOWL at
Sat. Aug. 31, from 9 p.m.
John Thompson, 89, s retired pest pest-master,,
master,, pest-master,, into the. house.
He ordered the women to prs-1,"
pare him breakfast; After wolfing''
down 10 eggs and' more than tL.
pound of liver Engelhardt warned
his hostages: "?
"Don't any of .you try to :,geP
help or you will be kUledl"
Johansen said Engelhardt a tv
form school parolee. permitted;"
the man to leave the. house long
enough to see to the chores, but-"
he held the women under .-close
guard. .,; .i --' t
Unknown to Engelhardt. a hl4v
man, Arthur Stevens, was en the
ranch: Black ordered StevenaJt
go for help. J
Stevens alerted neighbors who
surounded the house, and led -by
Haden, a merchant marine officer
turned rancher, burst in to make
the capture. . ., t
Haden, armed with a .22 ealibfr,. ealibfr,.-rifle,
rifle, ealibfr,.-rifle, got the drop on Engelhardt,
and ordered him, to surranderC
ine youth refused, shots were
changed and Haden fell with- a'"'
bullet in his leg; h
The ranch foreman leaped epea'.'
the holdup man, and aided by '7
others, succeeded in subduing
Engelhardt in a brawl hfh ,i
ranged through the living roonv
The Wor, Master and Brethren ef Paorfic Lodfe"
No, 5 under the junsdiction of the M.W.G.L. ef Faji'"'
ama, extend, a. eordiaf invitation to all Master, Matont1;'
A Eastern Stars In Panama and the Canal Zona tef
witness the order of Rainbow Girls exemplifying their
degree on Monday, August 26th 7:30 '.".p.m; at tha ;
Masonic Temple in Panama City 13th Street East 1
I. L. MADURO Jr.
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We are i
pleased to V
that we bve been
of the Famed
THE HOUSE OF CASHMESI U
Famous for Styling Softness '.'
and Most Superior Quality .'
Have fun with
- your family and
friends, in most
Danes with tht music of
Papito Baker and his Trio.
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cz art league's beatjx arts ball will
Transform tivoli guesi house tonight
The annual Bern Art Ball, which will be held aMheTlvOH
rtiuest House tonight promises an evening of fun for all who
lan to attend. "Gingham and Denim" has been chosen as the
Jheme of the dance, but organizers add that dancefs may come
Lucho Azcarraga and his orchestra will furnish the music.
. f" ijirdin ic ci on n- nprson. and mar be Daid at the door.
proceeds of the dance will provide funds J.or an art scholarship,
Or El Salvador
;jThe Ambassador of the United
ates Julian F. Harrington- and
rsHa'rrmeton cave a dinner at
r.rfi.sta last nieht in honor ot
the Ambassador of El baivaaor
jShd Mrs. Francisco Lino Osegue-
Ambassador and Mrs. Osegueda
Mil leave shortly for his new post
Ambassador of El Salvador
Honored At Luncheon
The Ambassador of El Salvador
m Panama Dr. Francisco Lino 0 0-seeueda
seeueda 0-seeueda and Mrs. Osegueda were
feted at a luncheon given at the
ttnion Club on Thursday by the
Ambassadors of the Central A A-merican
merican A-merican Republics in Panama.
Wedding At Ft. Davis
Miss "Olga Maria Leignadier,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hum Hum-berto
berto Hum-berto Leignadier C, -Panamanian
Are coming back to
the first shipment of
this brand of Suits to
reach here since 1950.
Use it on rice! See how delicious it is
with tea food, ephagetli, meat, eggs,
Add Maggi Ketchup to all your meals
and everybody will be tlelighted.
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Ambassador to Guatemala" be:
came the bride of Mr. Cornelius
Ewell Liner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
EweIl C' Liner of Hillsboro,
North Carolina last nigh; 6:30 in
the fori Davis Chapel.
" The Reverend Edward Kozlowi Kozlowi-ki
ki Kozlowi-ki officiated at the double ring ce ceremony.
remony. ceremony. During the wedding, Mrs.
Marguerite Schornmer : sang .the
"Ave Maria" and "Panis Angeli-cus.-'
The bride, who was given
in marriage by her father, wore a
full length gown of French
chantilly lace with .a chapel train.
The French neckline and bodice
are etnhroi'iered with tiny pearls
and and mother-of-pearl sequins.
Her fingertip illusion veil fell from
Dearls and orange
hl.issoms. She carried a bouquet
of wnite orchids made especially
for the bride in Guatemala.
Miss Irma Leignadier, the bride s
sister, was maid of honor and she
wore a dress of-ballet blue chifj
fon. Miss Marcia Leignadier and
Miss Peggy Ann Lipstreu of KVheel'
ing. West Virginia, were brides bridesmaids
maids bridesmaids and wore chiffon gowns of
rnmnnpe blue. The full skirted
iBaitr lpnfth cowns are originals
from Miami. They carried bou-
nnets of Dink rosebuds and wear
The flower girls, the Misses Mi
chelle Conover Leignadier, Koxan Koxan-ne
ne Koxan-ne Cain Malos and Irene Galindo
Navarro, wore white tulle dresses
and pink flowers in their hair. On
leavin? the chapel the bride and
crnom nassed under the crossed
sabres of Lieutenants Robert Dow-
nen, Jkhn Grow, James Marian,
Alister Munro, Frank Hart and
The Masters rancno z,eimeiz
Butler and Jaimito iButler Lara
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MISS JULIETA LOPEZ, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Esteban Lopez of Unit United
ed United Fruit Co. will sail tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow aboard the SS Cibao for
New Orleans where she will
attend the Annunciation Hlgn
were the two ring bearers.
The bride is a graduate of Saint
Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana, and in
temed in dietetics at The New
YorK Hospital, Cornell School of
Medicine and is presently with the
iNutrr.iuus siatt at coco boio Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. The groom graduated from
Georgia Military Academy and
Florida Stste University and is
presently at officer in the United
States Army stationed at Fort
Sherman. The couple left for Bo Bo-quete
quete Bo-quete for their honeymoon. Upon
their return they will reside at
Sponsors for the wedding were
Mr. and Mrs. Humherto Leigna Leignadier.
dier. Leignadier. Mr. and Mrs. Ewell C. Liner,
Mrs. Modesta de Arcia, Mr. Hum-
berto Leignadier A., Mrs. Julia
de Leignadier, Mr. Guillermo A A-rias,
rias, A-rias, Mr. nd Mrs. Richard Conov
er, vr. and Mrs. Ruben 5 Arcia,
Mr. nd Mrs. E. H. Clare, Mr.
and Mrs. Horacio Clare. Jr.. Mr.
and Mrs. O. A. Diaz G., Mr. and
Mrs. Aquilino Boyd, Dr. and Mrs.
Harmodio Arias, Dr. and Mrs. Oc Oc-tavid
tavid Oc-tavid Fabrega, Colonel and Mrs,
Gines Perez, Mr. and Mrs. Julio
A. Salas, Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo A.
de la Guardia, Mr. and Mrs. Jose
M. Gonzalez, Mr. and Mrs. Jose
A. Sosa J., Mrs. T. J. Butler Sr.,
Mrs. Carmela Kraus, Mr. andlrs.
W. Fritz Humphreys, Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Butler, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs.
F. X. Zeimetz, Mrs. Frank L.
Scott, Mr. Frank W. Scott, Mr.
and Mrs. John H. Moses and Mr.
and Mrs. Francisci N. Arrue.
IAWC Will Held
At 'La HactonoV
The Hospitality Committee of
the Inter American Women's Club
has arranged a luncheon for all
members t be held Friday Aug.
30. This will be a typical Pana
manian luncheon, and will be held
at La Hacienda in Las Cumbres.
As the affair will be informal.
slicks, shorts or other sportwear
may be worn.
Reservations must be made by
calling the Club's office not later
Those wanting transportati
should be at the office not Jater
than 11:45 a.m. on Friday.
Those wishing to play cards are
asked to bring their own cards.
Fred Sill Addresses
Navel Officers Wivoi
The regular monthly luncheon of
the Naval Officers Wives Club
was held last Tuesday at the Fort
Clayton Officer's Club. After a de delicto.
licto. delicto. 4 luncheon arranged by Mrs.
C. T. E. Warriner the luncheon
Chairman, the meeting was call called
ed called to order by the President, Mrs.
G. F. Richardson. Mrs. Richard Richardson
son Richardson welcomed the following new
members and guests: Mrs. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond AnrJeison, Mrs. C. R. Hab Hab-good,
good, Hab-good, Mrs. M. R. Leonard, Mrs.
James Van Cott. Mrs. J. E. Cain,
Mrs. Donald McGuire, Mrs. S. fi.
Purdie, Mrs. W. S. Sherman, Mrs.
C. N. Miller, Mrs. F. C. McCord
guest of Mrs. If. M. Mangels,
and Mrs. Brunt guest ox Mrr. K.
L. Anderson. Farewells were said
to Mrs. W. C. Kenny and Mrs. I
James Bonner who will be leav leaving
ing leaving the Isthmus soon. Mrs. Ri Richardson
chardson Richardson conducted a short busi business
ness business meeting and then turned the
program over to the Program
Chairman, Mrs. James Eastwood,
who- introduced the guest speak speaker,
er, speaker, Mr. Fred De V. SUL
Mr. SU has been i the Canal
Zone (or fifty years and at pre present
sent present acts as commentator en some
of the larger passeeger vessels as
they transit the- canaL Mr. Sill,
who Is a retired Director of Ad Admeasurement
measurement Admeasurement for the Panama Can Canal
al Canal Company, gave a very interest interest-iag
iag interest-iag talk e the Panama CanaL
U;. Sill cited the various methods
that have been used in crossing
the lsthcju a ad pointed out oa
maps the different rentes. He ca captained
ptained captained be the locks work and
told about the Tsrious cuts and
lakes yen see ss yea go through
the rasL Str. StU had seaae very
interesting bottles that were dug
ep fat the Caaal Zone and are new
a part of fets sea's eoileetion aad
some pictures ef the Canal during
ceostructieH which be had e dis display.
play. display. The door prizes were won by
M.s. H. R. MUchelt, Mrs. K. S.
rewed. and Mrs. C. M, Chflord.
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CARNAVALITO AT UNION CLUB Students and debutantes
Union Club. A comparsa "The Miners'! swlngr their picks and
shown wtih her court.
The Knights of St." Paul will
make1 their monthly Corporate
Communion at the 9 o'clock Eu Eucharist
charist Eucharist at St. Paul's Church to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. At tha close of this service the
entire congregation is invited to a
refreshment hour at the Fuerza y
Luz Club. Refreshments are be being
ing being provided by the Knights who
are spunsor.r.g this post commu communion
nion communion gathering for the first time.
Other services are as regularly
scheduled, with Holy Communion
at 6 a.m.,, S.nta Communion at
7:30 a.m. Morning Prayer and
Church School at 10:45 o'clock,
Holy Baptism at Noon and Ves Vespers
pers Vespers and sermon at 7 p.m.
Archdeacon Shirley will officiate
at all services.
Observance of the tenth Sunday
after trinity will be marked with
choral communion at St. Peter's
churcn, La Boca, tomorrow morn morning
ing morning at 10:30.
enjoy This TOP
popular M. C. and Calyp&
singer also on weekends In
Balboa Bar. Also sings and
at our Variety Night show
(I St 11:30
that narte man who charms
Sunday Brunch Dance crowd
with tola organ music 1
(from 11:30 sun.).
LOPEZ the' Magician
n fi enJey ywaraelf at O Psnami
Assisting Tn Ihe pirista until re:
turn from vacation "of thaTWest in
early September, the itev. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence W. Hayes, of Rio Abajo, will
officiate and preach at this cele celebration.
bration. celebration. (
Morning prayer at 9 a.m., fol followed
lowed followed by church school, begins
the day's schedule. At 7:30 p.m.,
evening prayers will be conducted
by one of .the lay readers.
In North Viet Ham
TOKYO, Aug. 24 (UP) Typhoon Typhoon-caused
caused Typhoon-caused floods have caused at least
200,000 persons to suffer in North
Viet Nam. the Communist Nem
China Newt Agency reported yes
"Seven countries havfe donated
funds to help the 200,000 flood vic victims
tims victims in Bac-Ninh province, North
Viet Nam," the agency reported.
It gave no details of the floods.
(no extra charge)
DOLORES and her. JRld : t
in the CLUB 4:30 FrL, Sat. & Sundays
with LORD COBRA, Calypso singer
winner of last Wed. Variety Night Show I
CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA
bur long time favorite musk makers
playnlghtlv In the Bella Vista Room
plus SPARKY and FLUGGY, versatile song
and dance team, nightly at 1:90 10:30
pjn. FrL Sat.)
cheaper than yen think!
- 1 I
have fun at Carnavallto at the;
Queen Estela-1 of Carnavallto Is
Buses To Enter
La Boca Tonight
For Fashion Show
: ... . -..--
It was announced by Aunt
Ellen Clttbfthat permission h a s.
been obtained from "the police for
buses to enter La Boca witn pa patrons
trons patrons attending their kiddies fash fashion
ion fashion r.how at the La Boca theater
The show will start 8 p.m., fea featuring
turing featuring juvenile models in. party
dressus, school wear, beach year,
playsuits and other kinds of wear.
Prizes wihV be given as recommend recommended
ed recommended ,hy the judges.''. .
WiUi Dave Constable as master
of ceremonies, there will be a pro
gram in conjunction With the
show. An orchestra will furnish
music, and little Melva St. John
and PatricK Smith will appear in
a "rock-n-roll" dance.
LI. Cpl. B. G. Taylor
New Comm. Officer
Of Ff. Davis Infaniry
Lt. Col. Benjamin G. 1 Taylor,
Jr., iias succeeded Maj.' Michael
G. Chester as commanding Officer
of the 3rd Battalion, 20th Infantry
it Fort Davis. U.S. Army Carib
bean announced this week ,
Col. Taylor comes from the
Command and General Staff Col
lege at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Immediately after graduation
from the. University of California
in 1939, the colonel entered the Ar Army
my Army and since then has attended
the Infantry School at Fort Ben Ben-ning,
ning, Ben-ning, Ga., and the Command and
General Staff College. '''.'
He has seen foreign service in
Europe and in the Far East Com Command
mand Command and has been stationed it
Fort McClellan, Ala., Nashville
Tenn., Fort Bennlng, Ga., and Ft.
Leavenworth, Kansas. ,
Methodist Youlh ;
Colled Money ;
For Hegro Families
DENVER, "Colo. (OT)'-ffc Th
National Conference of Methodist
Youth, attended, by several Ne
groes and delegates from ail the
southera states, collected money
at a specie" service Trursdiy to
aid needy Negro families in
iwnii Will Jr.. of Chicago,
staff member of the Methodist
Board of Peace, said:
."When Negro members of that
community petitioned, for changes
in the school system in light of
tht Supreme Court decision, se
vere economic presure was ap
plied to force tbem. to withdraw
their signatures from the petition.
' "Due to "resulting economic
hardship, the Negro community
responded with counter measures.
In the present stalemate the en
tire community Is suffering econ economically
omically economically sad many Negre families
are in great need." ..
Joba Corson, of Modesto, Calif.,
was elected president of the
Methodist youth. Jakes Waits ef
Hattimburg. Miss., was named
vice president and Miss Katie
Hiynes of Birmingham, Ala, re recording
cording recording secretary. -' -..'
MRS. FRANCES BENNINGTON, (right). Fort Clayt flbra flbra-rian
rian flbra-rian presents a reading achievement certificate to Betsey
' Twombley, 9, daugr-ter ot Capt. and Mrs. Joseph G."Twom G."Twom-biey
biey G."Twom-biey of Fort Clayton, Betsty was one of the many youngsters -who
participated in' the six-week summer reading club spon sponsored
sored sponsored oy the Fort uayvrn library. In order to receive read reading
ing reading certificates etxh cnbd had to read 15 books.-For every
- book read a segment was pasted on the drawn body .of a book-;
worm. At the conclusion of the reading program those .who
" had completed an entire bookworm were awarded certificates.
, , (U.S. Army Phote)
Kobbe's Weekly 'Lifeline' Gets
"The Regulars ; Review" h a s
been rhosen as the new name tor
the weekly Fort Kobbe newspaper,'
it was announced this weeK oy lue
, Sgt. CurUs Hiott of Service Com Com-panv
panv Com-panv submitted the winning name.
SP-3. Dave Stmson of the Jungle
Waff are Ti aming Center submit submitted
ted submitted th second place title. Hiott
will receive a three-day pass and
Stinson a one-day pass.
The change in the name of the
papery came about because it was
ly associatea with the 33rd Man
trv. or "Lifeline" Regiment, for.
merly in gairison at Fort Kobhe.
Vhe new name harks back upon
the early beginnings of the 20th
Infaniry. During the Civil Wr, a
small band of men, then attached
as part of the 11th Infantry, gal gallantly
lantly gallantly held off the Southern forces
at the Battle of Bull Run, or; as
it is often called by Northern his
torians, First Manassas,
. Those men, comman
S meri commanded by Gen.
eorge Sykei, were responsible
George Sykei, were
for a rear guard action that ai-
lowed the majority of Union fore
es to make a retreat orderly with
- minimum t lnsp. W I t h u t
these, meo of Sykes, later to be-s
pome the 20th Infantry and to bt
Regulars,", the Northern losses' iRAPUATO,, ; Mexico. -Aug. .24
epic of sectional -strife," John a railroad, crossing was;, blamed
Brown's Body, paid tribute to, today for the deatn or eight per per-"The
"The per-"The Regulars of Sykes, who eov- sons near: here yesterday.- iuxtees
ered the retreat. other persons were injured.
. The recently -Concluded' contest j H
saw an even, greater-than-expected! The bus, carrying -.
amount ot interest on the part of Jers, wa nearly tntfed in half
members of the Regiment. Over by the diesel locomotive of pss pss-300
300 pss-300 possible names were submit- senger traiai nearing theslTapusto
ted by both' officer and enlisted staUon front Torreon.
Hew York Cily's Mayor To Be Principal
Speaker Al "Sanla Rosa" Launching
(PA-O The Honorable Rob Robert
ert Robert F. -Wagner, Mayor of the
City of New 'York, will be the
principal speaker on the occa occasion
sion occasion of the launching of Grace
Line's new "Santa Hosa" on
August 28 at the1 Newport News
Shipbuilding a n d Dry Dock
Company, Newport News, Vir
Grace Line has been a part
of Inter-American shipping for
more than a century and It
was In those early days that
the long association between
Grace Line and the Port of
New -York began. From about
the middle of the 19th century
when sailing vessels made the
long run around Cape Horn, on
through, the operation of the
first steamers in the IMO's. and
later passenger ships following
the direct route through the
Panama Canal. Grace ahlnk of
other days like the" modern
FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL INSIST :
always on CANADA DRY
"Highball vIfhout Canada Dry
personnel. Included were such Un Unusual
usual Unusual ones as ''The Sloth Express,"
"SKorttiners Gazette," "The Howl Howling
ing Howling Monkey," "The Jungle; Bun Bun-nies,"
nies," Bun-nies," "The Gung .'ho Gazette,"
"Machette Ho," and the "Garrett
'Leading all .the" battalions 'in
number of entries was the First
Battalion in spite of the fact that
they were- n training at Ihe Jun Jungle
gle Jungle Warfare Training Center at
thft tilYlA 1 fin nnnl.itiir.. WU
y W he entries cam i in" wet and
Sykes First,'.' now back in garri
son, made a special effort to en enter
ter enter their suggestions.-
, '':-'v 'X'"".' I"'1'-.:;:.?' :
"Bravo", Company, commanded
by Captain Joe Mears, led all com companies
panies companies and attached units in the
entire Regiment 36 names be being
ing being entered by the men of "Bra "Bravo."
Due to the necessity of J paving
' "u'-i'.'i J ii
UM CVWW I I VI I II.;
To Crossing;. 8 Die
"Santa" Fleet have called TOw
York their home port, Tnis long
relationship makes it particu particularly
larly particularly appropriate that Mayor
Wagner should- participate In
the launching of the latest; in
this line of ships that' have
served New. York a a ev Latin
Speaking also at this occa occa-stea
stea occa-stea will be "William E. Blewett.
Jr., President. Newport Newa
Shlnhulldlngr and DTV Dock
Company, -and iwla. A, .Lap-
nam, president oi urace jinm.
Th.i invrutinn will be '"deli
vered by The Right- Reverend
Monslgnor John J. OTJonnell,
PA., Pastor the Btirme cnurcn
nf IK Am TJw Ynrk dtV.
whose position', as Chaplains 61
the Port or new xors: naa maa
him a lamUiar .figure to ihe
officers' and crew of Grace
' .1- ...
BATtTRDAYr AUGUST 24, 1957
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN -- AN INDEPENDENT DAILY, NEWSPAPER 1
I 1 1
Church cl Christ
t w. n. Bum. vmmi
? ' Teleohon I-SSOI -'
1 gALBOAt 0851. Balboa Boa
J.'t,icf.7Til Amarlean Leaion HalL
Sieae Sunday 100 U?kfJ
air abaJO! House Ne MM 1SU St
, Baptist v.
" JuLOU Al UiLKCJ
... uuji ale
" iwer ulou"
s- a r.MM!iK
IsuXWIlS "'"r .i.: UM) PJ
TraiAl"s Union ij-i
ivWui Vmuup '""
SCMuruM Blbl school
rowwrftood-th 1:00 p
Monday ? tumia.
riss battist cbuc
. Balboa lleighte. C
Z7 Ancau Boulevard
t Drawer "B woob HalttW
:.., Phone Balboa HS
. William BV Beeby, rartaa--
ftnday School :iiV..-'.J eJn
Morning Wonhip .
Bapuatwainins Union .... s
PrTrM MaaUwr WadMa.
day v ... Mtu r y
W MB. Blot Study Xbura.
aloa Brotherhood Laal
atoeday m month r ...-t-
f OUT BAFW5 fHUW"-.
' kariarlu Avanua at 6th StraM
Ttaraarita, Canal Zona
r Bartad B, Batm rartat
dunday BcboM '.i.'4"'''1f2S t'Ht
..u.t Tralnlna Union. P--
Brotharhood. Tuasdaya ...... V5 S
h sarvtcaa, Wednaadaya 10 Pa
5X; Aa, Bunbaaaa.
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I -mJJ r v
- v OUIrt
' ') -'"I,' UIJU BJB. V
: I 1 aneon Blvd.
I Uamay Pleas
- uut umtatton
J to liberal
I 'V iC toUawo- ;
T daivaucn Anay
. tgi rACVK BIDS
pamamacxH TV 'I
Cavmia air Caaa "...
U rabruary Btiaat. Phona: 11-30054
J1:00 Holrnaa Moating.
- :00 hUMlay School, i
1M Aalvation Maatinfr
Maatanant Panry CamptwB
uikUng No. 100, Phonos t-Uit
u 11:00 Uolinam Mcating. 1
100 fcundar BchooL '
1-M BaJvaUon UaaUng.
Karay A Mrs. C L. Hoaalay
Cura Saaai.. ;
4m a'jday School. t'
11:00 HnUnaa Moating.
;0a Sunday School. v
Captain Syafla Taylar
UM Holinaa Maatlng.
OOLOn' THlSO BTBEXT
JJ Salvation Moating.
SAINBG W 'CIT; CA r
Bavay J. Gill,
tta and Jamaica Straat
11:00 Hainan .Maatlng.
a:o n'jaay ncnooi.
Banlor 4'aat. and MA C
Ith Btraai. Phonal M-74
BtAROARITA -"r ,"'
Tna Reverend Theodora E. Pranklln.
- laator -Phone J-I4M. .
iM am Church School.
TIM am. Morning Worship.
4J0 p-m. Youth Palkrwihip.
CAMBOA ,1, V j
' (WwaJkaa ML AMert ,'Mlnlalar
0.: -47 Kea,: d-130 ... -Sunday
. SM am Sunday Schoet.
10:41 am Jdornina Worehra.
Official roeeunas and week-day
ZHA MkTOil CBUBCat
Brr. WUiiaaa B. Aieuuag
.. 14th su Pamuna City
M am. Hornrng Prayer ad I
iw pm Buooay araaai
1 .1 liainie Fraret ano
. r-irr aantrOBaSl CBUaUm
- ItA Bcraat aad aieieuda Aiauaa.
S aav auadu I
7:11 am Aveauin
(UJy Camaimilua let gundarat
law am rrayar Maatni
rsi Mk-THOOBll OJlietO
Bameov Oty. CS
Ut'fktm g am and a:ia 1
ur aD eaao at a aO 1
lIUrti Ta Pee
I Christian Scientist
UlatrallAM Cla.M-k va)L'MCkik
' IVa Cawr a Chnrt. Srwmias. Anew
11 aw. amnemei a
SetMB a-aa mm
sat 1 aer IknH. tieieoivse. CI
Una) Mrae) a Knllm husbwa
ChurcKai ( ika many faith hi tb Caaa! Zona, anal tha Hrmlnal citlaa
of Panama and Calen, Rapublk af Panama. fan a walcama at all
tlmaa fa man and woman af tha arm ad aarvlaaa, and ta afViliaa aahjh
bora, frianda and atrangart.
Ai a puklia aarvica, Tha Panama Amarkan liiti halaw by danamU
nations, noticai af haurt af wanhip and afhar raular actlvitiai. '.,
Lilting ara rotatad fram tima ta tlma. Danamlnatiant having anlf
ana ar twa conflrag ktlana ara littad nndar "Othar Charaha (V Jaryica.''
A apacial lifting la includad far tarricaa at Arm natta, Air 'area bitaa
and Naval ttatiena.
Minittara, ahurcb oacratariat and chaplaini ara aakad ta infarm tha
aawt daafc in writing by Wadnatdaf noaa at tha lataat af any hangas
far tha earning Saturday' church paga.
. ' -i' ' I- ojanpawan O aaaaBnii' ''"'"f ','t"': V3-'',(j ''f' -:"
s; m unr rttiiBTMBalbM
Sunday Mawaat W I .-00. 10:00 and
IS 00 a-m
Holy iay nam an u w
ill K(M nm ,.
r'nnf.lnn. Matllrda. 140 in 1:00 1
and 7:00 to 1:00 pttaTxhunda. feofor
run moayt' i:o w
auraeuioua aiaaai novanai tw M
am Mnnft.vt v
Catachiaaa iam anaa ma am i
High School Study auk (40 p-at, ani
1 narnen heabt Aiteon
Sunday Maawai tM. I'M M m.
Holy Day nwai f'Al .n ano a:po
rnnhuinnu liturrfav a 40 ia a:00 and
7:M to :00 p.oa. Tburaday bafora tint
Sacrad Haart Davattonar IM Doav an
Catachlam Claaat lilf to :
OUB LAOI or rATOBA-Oaranda
Sunday llaaa at IM a.m.
Hni n Um at ado a.m.
Confaaalonai U M pa, an Bat-
Cataeniam vuuat aaiuraay aav a
T. JOIEFH Paralaa
dunday Mauaa at 10 and IJJ a .a.
Holy Day tun at a:oa p.m.
W4Miv Muui! ..dm a a.
Confamiona: Saturday 130 to 440 and
f 40 to 7:80. j. l :
Miraculoua Ifadal Kovanai t0 p.m
cenvarl wairucaonaf vnunoay iw
T. VINCENT'S Panamd City I
Sunday Masaaal M and (40 aJn.
Holv Dav Haaial: 8:30 and IWI DA
at It 111 on Saturday tha Maaaaa ar
:0O and 140 ajm.1 .
.. . B.ti.Mla 14 m aM anrf
70 to S:00 pm Tburadaya batora riratjSUNOAYS
Mlraeuiou Madal Novcna 'and Sta-
Bona of tna croaa: maay ?mu p.m.
'Catachlam Clam: Altar 3 mam an
Cenvarl ciaaa. aao p.m. xuaaoay ano
T. TIUIU.MPVOCM :.
Sunday Maa: 1 30 a m.
on Saturday :30 a.m.) ''
Catachlam C'aari iw ca a:oo p.aa oni
Contamiona: a:oo to au a.m. ounoay.
1 JOHN BAPTIST DC LA BALLS
.! Muua: 440 and tM a.m.
Din Mami :M Man. Thura.
aw. j a. ahat aidiV mua: dM am.
Holv Day auaaaai a wo iav w owu
rMianat IM to dstt and 1M ta
Catachlam Clam: IM p.m. on Sunday
. at. iminrj-u
Convart daaat Monday IM pm
ltasir fM am.
Masai a ao pm
Thunday oat ora nrat anoay oaw !"
wm. i... . . ....
Cataeniam viami :ia pan. to
Sacrad Haart novanassi
convon uw iw
ay Maaaaa: a:s, a.twano.iajn.i
Holy Day MaaaaacAM ana am am.
"canfaftlon?. Saturdky 4M to M and
MiioM. Havana. WattHtoday
Oi and JM if
saerea naan iwnui nu.
Sunday Evanma Servleaa My
IU p wumfj.
' Catachlam Clan: Sunday 10:11 am to
ad Sacrament all day BapoarUoo at
ajn. Saturday raornina-
First Saturday Devotion ta auf Udyl
oi Fa tima The Holy Beaaiy-dM a.m.
rir-mi rjanmunlm Inatruetlona for chil I
dren Mondaya and Thuradaya 4M to I
IM pm -, 't ";'' ".. n"'
' MrKACtkoUS MISAL-Crlatdhal
inula Maasaas TM. S OO and 10 Mam
Holy Day Maaaaat 4M. M am and
Ceaifeaalonat Blturday 4M ta IM and
TM to 4M p-m After Rosary aach ave-
Medal Havanai JM M
daaei Aftat 4M Maaa aol
Tin p.m. on
rust maay asposrami aJi wty wraii
Tint fiatarootyt mm m f am t.
' . a 1 a
HOLY FAMILY CHUBCH ta Marfatita
Sunday Msitea: To. a 30. a.
' Pint Saturday Masai .... 4M a.
.Weekday Maaea'. 4:04 am
Saturday ... TM P-m. to IM pm.
. Miramloua Madal Havana TM am
Holv Dav Maaaaat TM Am 131 pm
Canreaaion 1:44 pm at 4Xi pm
varten rmmin mmarw aa
Benediction . ...4..... 7M pm
Discussion Inquiry Group TM pm
1st. rriday Devotlona TM
1st. Saturday Devotlona .. TM
M a-m and IMi
Hoty Day giam SM am
Cerrfaaalnnai 4M to IM and
SM im Sarurdav.
uiacnma uiai am eat puMay.
Cenvarl Clam every Macmay a IM
Mlracnlaua Madal Havana ISM) pm
a Tueeaay. r
Sacred iltaart Navanas IM a
Bundr Maw: SJ am
Holy Day Maaa: IM am
Confessions: dM to TM am m Sas-
C'ertinoi Ciaaa ca tm W-4ey
7 and gM am.
allium 4M am and IMI
Confwinna Batardav at TM am adllM am Jimlar cimaa
fV aU ereniiv amotion.
itieia Meoal V I TM ami
aa Tuaeoay. I
Mcrva new 1 novanoi i.-aa om an 1
Sunnay Bcttoet: IHidim Buadsy. I
nearnua mstrocrion ciam tor Call-lau
dren: 4 e pm aa Thuraday. i
fMinua InatrtMrbVoa far adun lCeat-1
as aouhmit im pm aa ataa-l
Tha St Bav
B. Haftat Oaaaan, 8.T.O.
Tha Vary Bav. Malnari A
tl 8.TA. Oaan
thU CATIUUKAt of St. timir
i a j holy Communion.
40 am rUnta Communion tdtla I
t :fl am Church SeaooL
:4b a Eieuala DomlnlaaL :
UMin alomlna Prayar and San
now yuamuiuna. irirat nun
t0 pat. tvoning Prayar and lanmm
" ' WKDNISDAYS ''
0 JO in, Holy Communion.. i
70 pra tvanlng prayar,
' HOL1 DATS
MM) BJU holy Communion. V.
0-M a a Holy Communion. ;
d:la aav atornlna Pravaa.
l:00 UK-da Mutionary Prayara,
Chorea at Bi Aadraw
Tha Bav. William W. Baldwin,
Malt ta Ck,r
SUNDAYB, ,, .
Family Prayar and
Church School ............
lAlao Holy Communion and.
f -JO a jr.
I JO aJk
Morn in Prayar A- gamton UM Am
I t Holy Communioa
Chapal at Tha Good ghaahard
.l caapal ar Th Good Bhaphard
. Tkt Bav. Claranca W. Haraa.
00 a.m. Morning Prayar.
(H.C. tint Friday aach Month).
SL Siataa'a Chatab
John Spaar, Priaat la Charge
Xuchariat and Bar.
i owww ,......
Epleopl Voun Churchman
I -vanona ana oarmon
i m wy jm a.
Morning Prayar and Haly
ununuun ....... .
I .rwunM-rrjr ...........
I woman' Auxiliary, Bad and
I 4th Thuray t JB p.m.
wEuncsoAxa at thumbaib
Holy Communioa .........( THN) a J.
i Morning rrayar i:n u
Evaning rrayar ........... i:p pm
ramily. Xueharlat ......... saa a.m.
Ofiica af Camplina :0i pm
' LA BOCA
St. Ptak Chnreh
Tha Bav. John Spaar. Ma la Chatg
(Alio noiy communioa ut,
Sunday aaeh manth)
Mornina Praraa and Church
School IM am
Choral Bucharlat and Bat
Sunday aach taonth) ,'
Holy Baptlant ,. 11 0 noon
Bvantona and Addraaa .... t M am
woman Auxiliary ....... T30 pm
HUA8DAYS OT rABT DAI9
Holy Communion ......... tM am
Chanel of tha Holy Comfort r
an. L, B. Bhlrlay. Maat la Charga
IM m Haly Cemmuruen.
Charch of gt Marfarat
Eapavd and Brazoa Blvd.
Tha Bav. Jaaa K. Baaaw, Boctat
TM ajau Holy Communioa
t:4i am Church Sdmal .
11:00 a.m. llminl Prava
Latt Sunday aach Manth. Holy Com
THURSDAYS and HOLT DAYS
M am.' Holy Communion.
;napi a on aavwar
SM am Holy Cwrnrniinliiii.
The Bev. Allan K. Waatt,
, Prtea m Charte
The Bav. Smvid A. Oaharaa,
S7JNDATA f'i. --jkO 'f'.;,
SM em. Choral Cticharial a Saissan
PM am Infant Baptiam,
- nm. cnurcn acnooi
(liaid to BuUding 111)
IM am Youth teUowahia
TMia. Evaneonf and Addraaa.
M tni 4th WEDNESDAYS
JM am. Womana Auxiliary aaed A
i,, ouCd Mctlng.
St raal't Charch
I Va-. taamMl B. ShMay.
Til KM ma K. 41WML
dO am. Hory CarajnisaJaal
M-am Buna Boeharlat
tat a m. Mornanp Prayar and 43hurati
11 M near Holy Baptlara
TM n.m Solemn Vmuar
TUESDAYS . .
1 :3 a.es HalT Cammal
TM in. Evenlna Pravar and Satmaa
0:0 a Hory Conimanla
T M an. Evanrna Paer
THtntSlIAYS AMD FRIDAYS
M m. nsa
CHKDT CBTJRCH BT-TRXSEA
pppostto Hetal Weahlnftont
Tlee Be. Jissaa Peter Panaar, B
a u, awry
AM am Hair roanimaihi
I 0 am Mernlnc Prever.
M am Choral Enrharte and
10 -m am Church School.
dM Am Bry Commimleai
gM pm Adult CanfirmatlAB
4M pm iujig rrayar and Madrk.
SM am Chfldran'a SMlanA -aArrnrfiAT
ITM pm Camplina and Maditatioa.
' BATJSBOW 111 1 1
Clank of gt. Mary, the Tore
iao awv. Mia a. Pas
. Prkat ha Caaraa
... a a am
m TM pm
- BIO ABAJO i
' St. Chrlatopher'a Chnrcb
A 10th gtroet, Parque Lefavra -t-
Tha Bav. Claranca W. Hayaa,
Priest' In Charge
t Tha .'Bay. Claranca A. Crafwau,
: n.w jn nou communion. r.
, 7:J0 m.m Sun Eucharist and mrman
10 4 1 am Morning Prayar and Church
'.v.... vnm . .j..,..i; -.
il:M noon Holy Baption.
4:30 p.m Evanaong and Sennon.
TM pm. 11 and 3rd, woman'a. Auxii
aao pm. junior Daughtera at tha
TM pm Youth Pollowablp.
r .. AXIIIBf.
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
T .OOom Evaning Prayar .and RallglDui
a: oo p.m. Cilrir rnendiy Society.
t:00 B.m. lit and trd. Slnalatona.
tM am Junior Confirmation Clam
.. Other Churches
CHUBCB OP THK NAZABENB
', ... Ancon. C.Z.
Mlntster: Bey. Elatar O. Nebwa
Bm ad. Ancon. CU. -r Balboa a01
Sunday School ........... t:(S a.m
Morning Worshin 10:30 a.m
4I444444 4:44 PJU
Evening bervice j.. 7:3a pjn
NJ-JdA Senrlca .......... T :00 pm
rrayar Maaung, .wea. .... io pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
V raaanu'Bf h Bird Straat Eaat
S. M. Brawa. MlnUt
Dlylna Worship ...,..,...
Sunday School 4....1
Sunday Maa 444.,
MM, aMH., kP Si
M pi 1 )
...7. TM UM
' JEHOTAJI'S TMTNE8SES
Maatlnas Thuradaya at TM nm. and 1
Undava at :00 Dm. Win Mamarial
404 Balboa. Boad. Balboa.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
OP LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday meetings In tha LDS Chaoal
on. Balboa Road.
Sunday School.'.. 10M am.
Sacrament Mooting ..... 4:00 pm
ni 11..J.. . a.
ri uiiui Mwi.uaj ...... 1 e.av bmb
Relief Society; Tuesday... tMara.
...... nr.. ... ..
nuk, nnmsoiy w pm.
aaiepnona naiooa azzr.
Building' SOO, Schoolhouao Boad, Gattm,
Sunday School, Sunday ,, IM am.
gasraroant moatlnr Sunday 11 M am.
Prlaathood maatlng Wad... 30 pm.
Primary, Wednesday fja pan
nux fiMM-ieir. u annoufiMfl
Telephone. Getun 144 ar Cristobal gstT
CURTJNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"4 vv arm uearted Ciaurcn"
u MUtea B. Lddlg. Minister
Phono Ran as.7lia ot iuim
Sunday School t tM am
ciaaa ior ovary age)
Morning Worchln 11 M
A church auraay la providad for your
QUI CATRMMJC CSniBLm
St. Baahaa) Tha Anaauanl
Mth At. tn He. 1
Bar Bucharietl Bundav Mr TM
Ttiaadaya, Waanaadaya and Thuraday
Saoramaat at OnaH
PanamA. B. P.
Bar. T. amaa, IX IX
Morning devotion oi
Sunday School at ............
dlvlna Barviaa at
44 Eirst gtraat
Urbanlxaeloa B Carman, Panamd City
uxonnai imma ana tuaeussiona
Thuradaya.. gM p.a
. sjoioa. ata as rramt atreete
. aestaln Americas Baaaar)
Study CHm......Thurdaya, IM pm
BETHEL MISSION CaTUBCB
Espalaba St, Paraiao, CZ.
Bav. Waldaba a Stewart Paato
Sunday 1 11:00 am Worship Sarvioa.
:o pm. aunaay acnooi.
T:14 B m. Gomel Service.
Monday: TM Young Paopla'a Society
Wadnaada TM l&dnah ftuiitUt,
Tnuradayt im cnoir nenearaai.
Eridavi -TM Woman1 Mlaalonar
TUB CHUBCH OP BOB
tail Eif hth Street Ceiea
Boy, O. W. Ginadlaeav Paste
Sunday School .............. 1:30 a.m.
Nomina worship 10 M
Night sVvteeT;... ........ .. TM
. rosT chuboh o oor
Car. iamalca and Trlrddad StA
Baukew City, Canal Eoao
: Berr. Wm. Livlnsstsm. Pastn
Morning Worship .,....... IM am I
sunoay Bcnow ......... . .. g:9u a.m
Night Satvka ....... TM pm
' '' STIB CHURCH OP COO
" New Preridenea
Mr. Maade Hinea. Paato
. Cl 1 .A JUt I
OWIMJ Knm .44444.,...4 S.V am. I
sesnunm nennisi .. ...... 11. w I
Night Aarrioa ............... TM I
THE CmmCH Op COO Rio Aaaja j
: mag ie uacaro wiam
. Smv. Wa
.............. fv m-Mm. i
44 UM am. I
Night Sarriee ...
CBVWCm OP GOD frmilaiaanall
no. r. wstsoft. ovarsaap i
Phone d-424. Box 353. Cambea I
Ouirehaa) at Paraisak Cl IRea. and
Mm. Herman O. WhvtaL Colon. SLP I
(Re. Fernando Lorenca). Rio Abeiol
(Rev. and Mra. Chariea Hern), and I
CsU4 (Be, and Mra. Clifford Creeresi.
Sunday ana vraakdayo aarvleaaat an
,", ' CONMUN1TI CHAPKL
. .-'J' Diablo Heights. C2.
Inear Diablo school)
Bv.' Carl V. Thomnaaak. M
- Box. Diablo Heichta, CZ-
.Phone: Ram, Cam baa 117
Charch Balboa dZ71
Sunday School ............ UM am
warship service ........... UM am.
Youth Service TM pm
Evangelistic Service 7 JO pm
Wednaaday: Bible Study
ana rrayv laiua 7 jo pm.
Joarlea Welfare Board Bid TIS-X ta
Boea laid, Balbaav CS Babel Nathan
Serviea Friday. TM avm. gatnrday.
SM pm ,. .
rSaa is gstmm a
under PoatA I seal and Station).
Caeiaieaanon Kal Shaartth laraeA Ak
Mda C'iks and lath Street. Bella Vkattv
Panaand CTty. Servieaa SM i
aUrOCMER LUTHER 41 CWUROI
Balhao Bead at WifM Street
B. aaaert P. Goesirl
- PXX Bos gM. Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible elaaa IM am
Divine gat ilea lOS am
THvina Si sita at MaraaHta fin aa
Itargarera EpisoepaJ Church Sunday
Posls and Bases
- rAcinc stDt
' Protaatant 1 r4
! ORT AMADOR
Sunday School ...... ,,,..,.,
" Chllrrh.timA Nurupv
Morning Worthlp ..............
Thuraday Evaning Mid-Week
Youth t"eUowblp Sunday : 44,,
Sunday School V...., .......... t:00
Morning Worship 10:30
civviuiih nunuip. ,.... .. ,. 1 .vu
, Worship Servicer Madden Wya TM
tworanip bervic. mo Haio ..... a: jo
uiriauan xouui reuowsiup ..,',, :)
, Soldier' Fellowship Thuni.- ..
. Oliicar'a Christian union Thurs.
lALBROOK AOt PORCE BASS
Sunday School .............. v.'.
Adult Bible Chn NCO dub)..
Ili.S. NAVAL STATION, SodmaB.
Morning Worship ..............
. Holy Communion Tint Sunday
oi MonthJ ,,.
Mth ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
jaorxuna woranip ,..4...i......
(Holy Communion first Sunday
Naval Radio Station, Summit.,.
uaiiy maae ....................
Sunday Maase ........ 7:00 A
vofueasion. Baniraay ...e:w a
Dally Mass ,,1.,.,,
Sunday Maaaaa ..7:43 A
Coniamlona ' Saturday 4 M A
Daily Mas :1B
Saturday Maiaee tM
Sunday Maaaaa 4:00 11:4s
Monday Novena Devotions .... 7:30
Conf anion Saturday.. 4:00 A TM
ALBROOK AIR PORCB BASE-
Sunday Maaaaa ......... T:U A
Spanish ...4,,.. ......
0.s: NAVAL STATION. Bodmas
Sunday Mas .......
ALBROOK AIR PORCB BASE
Sunday School Bldg. SSI
Prayer- fellowship Bldg. 243
KYBB -Wednesday Poet Chapel
Choir Practice Wednsedey
Sunday School '.... 1:30
ulm Whta 10:45
at Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 4:30
aihle Studv. Wadnmday 7:30
Ladiaa Chanel Guild. 1st Thura. IM
O.S. NAVAL STATION, Coca Soto
Holy Communion ruat
I U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
I PORT GULICK
Greek Orthodox larvleea ar conduct
ed at tha Church of the Anundatlon,
Via BelUarlo Porraa, San Francisco de
U Celeti, Panamd City, R.P., and at
tha Church oi St Anthony, Avenlda
Malendez, Colon, RJ., on alternate Sun
days at 1:30. For rurtnar mtormanon,
call tha Office of the Army. Chaplain,
Service ta an Churchaa a
Sabbath School IM a
Divine Service UM am
Vn.h'a slaatina AID nm
WMtaaadav Bible Study and Prayer
Barvica ram pm. .'
pacific Side Panamd Balboa District
phIat w. h. wuufc. xej. bj aaua
Cabo Verde, at. r. aa aa.vma "a.
1 1 :rnmiio am jio.
Pueblo Nuevo S-A St.
and Ath Sta.
Hia Ahalo 11th St. No. fl
suiboa Chaoal 04M OovUaa Bd. BaJ.
one (Saturday only).
gaaalik Clnrrcha PaaoaU aad
r rtatanaia Dsstrlet
Pastor Buben Ruls
Panama. Can Dorian No. g
Cristobal. 16th A Bolivar Ave.
- Gem boa A Frljolae.
District Faelor A. A. Ortaale
TeL No. 4-102
Gamoo Pram raraway rruoMa.
'Atlantic Side CoMa and
iuw i.MtTak. aaMa
Colon 3rd St. Central Ave. Ortata.
k-l fath J. RAlfvar Ave.
Central ewoe: uovuaa naan- ia.
-, ? .. ., aVA t
XT. COL. FRANK B. BLNN, commandant of the USAF School for Latin America at Albrool: i
A.FB, poses with, three members of the school who have recently completed the ECI aircraft
jcu siiit uiwUuih tul,
Frank: Smeraglla, and TSgt.
Estes Urges Check
TVA Board Member
WASHINGTON. Aus. 34 (UP)
Sen. Estes Kefauver urged today
that the Senate Public Works
Committee mike "a thorough
going and painstaking investiga
tion" of Deputy Budget Director,
Arnold R. Jones before acting up
on his nomination to be a mem member
ber member of the Tennessee Valley Au Authority
thority Authority boat-d.
The Tennessee Democrat told
the. committee that he had "mis
givings" about how Jones might
interpret the TVA act
under questioning by Kefauver.
Jones said he would do anything
President Eisenhower might ask
him to do so long as it was recon
cilable with his responsibilities as
Jones said he would resian If
these two postions become irec-
B.eiauver charged that as a
member of the Kansas Cornnr
tion Commission, which regulates
utilities, Jones supported a policy
adverse to rural electric coooera-
tives. The senator suggested that
representatives of the cooperatives
be called to testify on Jones' nom
"Th REA'i tay that this policy
permits tha power comsanies to
raid their customers, hinder, their
growth and force high rates,' Ke-
Jones denied there was any con conflict
flict conflict of interest involved In his ac accounting
counting accounting firm having utilities as
cheats while he was a member of
Kefauver based his charges
against Jones mainlv an a acriea
of articles written bv Nat Cildwll
for the Nashville Tennesseean.
Jones said they were "character
assassination." Kefauver defended
Caldwell as a "competent re
"A number of fine newsnaDers.
not only In the valley but all
across tha country, have examined
Mr. Jones and found him want wanting,"
ing," wanting," Kefauver said.
MONMOUTH,' 111. Sam Harri Harrison.
son. Harrison. Chamber of Commerce sec
retary, on the claim that Wyatt
arp's missing tombstone ha
turned up in his old home town:
We re fioinc to contact nennla
la Tombstone (Ariz.) and Calif or.
nia to lind out If Wyatt'g tomb tombstone
stone tombstone has really come home." ...
, COLUMBUS, Ohio-Gov. C. Wil
liara O'Neill, on his refusal to al
low a lie detector test for Dr.
Samuel H. Sheooard. aarvinv
life sentence for the murder of his
wue: ., v i
"I will not allow a nrivata nr.
ganization to give luch g test test-even
even test-even if I receive a million letters
urging me to do so." v
CHAPEL HILL. N.C. -. William
A. Kirtland, vice president of the
uurnam merchants Assn., on pay
ing bills: ...
Because the vast malorltv tiv
their bills promptly, we live in g
credit economy enabling our citi
zens to have a high standard of
Affect The Heart
-' 4 -.- 'v
Many eases SnvalTtng valplta-
tiana an eaued by Gasea
' Tha praeaure exerted br eUraach aaaea
not only produeaa nausea aad tiaaet
atoraacn, nut aa aia narmrui
After eating If your atomadi feat
ore or there at a faeUng ar pufftneao.
difficulty in breaUUcf and name around
the region of aha heart, it might be
said that atomach add ara eras On
a. wMch aa they rise exart praaaur
tha haart. Tha) la freouenuy the
r eurnruity m u-oauuna aad
aharp patna which or felt.
Whether a ganon it yotang or old.
OS formetion eg ahiimch gaaaa I a
aamful ai iinAun which wan and ha-,
media and careful attantjoo.
To eat rid of ttveaa ease oulcfcrv, ta
ejaanse th atomach and amitrmlix ft
ciditv. there Im mthina hector than.
Keatradd after aach asaaT ar arhenew.
r. U (I Tea practically instant
You arm find Weatrerld an eate at
all druastaree ha pewoarad rarm. It
rt little, hut be eur pasj are
gettaBg tha gemilno M
mj iiguk re: li. uw. Kinn, A10 Earl Waldrup, TSgt,
Edmundo Estrada. (Official USAF Photo?
Billy Calls On
..V :, i.-.'.v v:
Of Moral Decadence's Dangers
NEW YORK (UP) Billy Gra Graham
ham Graham called last nisht on President
Eisenhower to take extraordinary
steps to "warn the American peo-
pie of the dangers of moral deca
He said that before Congress
adjourns,- "they should pass a
unanimous resolution, calling up upon
on upon the American people to repent
of sin and turn to God."
' The 38 year-old evangelist made
these recommendations in a com commentary
mentary commentary on "what is taking place
in a Los Angeles courtroom," the
Confidential magazint scandal
trial. He did not mention the
magazine by name.
He laid that one factor about
the trial that disturbed him was
"that our laws are so lenient as
to allow the scandal magazines...
to be sold in almost every part
of the United States."
"This 14 carrying freedom of
the press too far," he told an
audience of 16,000 in Madison
Square Garden. "Our young peo people
ple people are being offered a diet of
unbelievable dirt and filth. No
wonder our morals are at an all all-tima
tima all-tima low No wonder our teen
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SATURDAYS: fram t:tl bjs. to U N B-H-
Ike To Warn US
agers are on a rampage this
The thing about the trial that
worries him most,. Graham said,
is "that the American people;
should buy this tvDe of liters lr
ture." 'i(i.n i
"This is a terrible commentary
on American morals, habita and
ideals," he said. "It is shocking
the .entire world...No American
who buys this type of literaturt
can ppint a self-righteous finger I
at anyone in Hollywood. We as a
nation who buy it' are guilty. ;
- jesus aia not condemn the
woman taken in adulterv. but
viciously and scathingly condemn
ed the Pharisees who pointed their
seu-rigmeoui lingers at her. Tha. ,
real problem is with the millions
of Americans who set a vicarioua.
thrill out of reading this risoua
and indecent literature.", i
, He said it was unfortunate that
"oeoole in tha limelieht, ahnntrf
live such a life" as to wind up
in sensational "exposes." for-
they should accent their nositrona
of prominence gg grave resvon.
sibiiity to be a clean, honest anrl
loyal Christian American." C ;
Aug. M i
Freat St at earner-,
, - Bf-ltll St.
CARLOS M0UYNES VH
-.-"' Sna-BiABager ,
1 1 1
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
1ATURDAY, AUGUST'S!, 1981
For in :;:Oe
Center-Fire Psp Toiifirney
Tomorrow At Balboa Gun Club
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
, New York
T Today's Gamt
Milwaukee at Brooklyn
-Chicago a: New York
St. Louis at Philadelphia
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
Milwaukee 000 100 1002 5 2
(Brooklyn 000 000 0033 8 0
Conley, McMahon (0-2) and Rice,
C -sdail. ,
Koufax, Roebuck, Drysdale (12 (12-),and
),and (12-),and Boseboro.
' (Night Gam)
St. Louis 100 010 0002 7 0
Philadelphia 000 001 02x 3 10 0
Mizell i5-10) and H. Smith.
Haddix (10-10) and Lopata.
1 (Night Gam)
Cincinnati 202 101 000-6. 13 0
Pittsburgh 000000 0000 4 1
Nuxhall (7-7) arid Burgess.
Purvey (10-11), O'Brien, Smith,
King and Foiles.
Chi. 000 2C 000 000 000 02 11 2
N.Y. 000 100 100 000 000 13 11 0
iRush (4-13) and Neeman.
f Worthington, Constable, Mon Mon-xant,
xant, Mon-xant, Miller 16-8) and Thomas.
Xra coming back to
"the first shipment of
this brand of Suits to
.reach here since 1950.
Boston at Chicago
Baltimore at Kansas City
Was.hinp.ton at Detroit
New York at Cleveland
Washington 000 300 00' 44 11 2
Detroit 002 500 13x 13 16 0
(9-12), Black and Court-
Maas (9-9) and House.
000 100 0001
020 001 01x 4
Sullivan (10-9), Susce and Da Daley.
Pieree (17-9) and lollar.
Baltimore 100 000 000 0012
Kansas C. 100 000 000 001
Johr.son (11 8) and Triandos.
Kellner, Burnett (6-1) and
Today Encanto -, .35, .20
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"WICKED AS THEY XOME"
Randolph Scott In
. "7th CAVALRY"
In Technicolor I
Vorfoy IDEAL J20
Leo Gorcey In
Wanda Hendrlx in
"THE HIGHWAY MAN
Gritty Left-Hahder Fires
4-Hitter As White; Sox
Gain on Leading Yankees
. By FRED, DOWN
NEW YORK, Aug. 2 (UP) Billy Pierce is back
in the winninir groove today just in time to lead the
Chicago White Sox' last-ditch stand against the New
The Balboa Gun Club will hold
the center-fire pistol championship
tomoriow. All entries must be in
by 8:45 of the same-date. Firing
will begin at 8 a.m. National Bj Bj-fle
fle Bj-fle Association rules will govern
the match.. :
Entrance tees will be $1 per
match plus 25 cents NRA registra registration
tion registration or package entrance fee of
$3.25 'for all matches and registra registration.
tion. registration. Matches to to be fired in or order:
der: order: tventy shots timed fire,
incuii BMW.. .HM 1 ..
shots slow fire, .national matchl The gritty little lefthander oft-' winner of the year and yielded
course ana aggregate u. ncuies ui. en a glow jmisher, snowea ne suu Boston' ruiwfn the fourth inning'
when Jackie Jensen walloped his
Hth homer. : Luis Aparicie and
Earl Torgeson each had w e,
hits for the White Sox. The 0-for-4
horsecoliar cut Willi'ms' av.
erag to 38? but Mickey Mantle
atlA taaatnt lei lav hI lrnil
jt I UVA w nsuuu ve : )uive w. w w iniiveg v)wvs iv
VB";lxaukees, wno aroppeu a 10-innwg, .33. -expoert
. decision l0 the Cleveland iu- Ex-Yankee Gene Woodline dou
uians. - bled for his fourth hit of the night
'rue figures are 'still overwhelm- and drove in Bobby Avila with
ing agaiusi the Wane Sox cnanc-tne winning run for the Indians
es 01 overtaxing ute xannees, out aner tne.xanxees tied the score
tors. Tne matches urea tnis aaie we wonu cnampions nave 1011 tnree-rua rauy in tne.mntu.
will enable any unclassified shoot-itnree oui o.iour in the west ; ana Dick Tomanek received credit for
er to obtain a temporary ciassifi-coma De witnin strudng range the victory but it was Mike Gar
is in mm season torm usi nigm
wheu lie lirea a tour hitler tuat
gave tne Wmte &ox a 4-1 triumph
Awards will be merchandise cou
pons ($2.00 value for each match, over jjogion ued Sox. Fierce,
$3.25 lor aggregate; or meuais s; wno nei(i xea Wiuiams muess ui
desired lor each classification. X0UJ uieS mus muveu tne wmte
Classification to the determined by, t0 WiUUI a games ol the
curreni NR classification card:ajlkees wno muppeu a io-mniiig,
marksman, sharpshooter, epoe" 5.4 aecision to the Cleveland iu-
There will also be a tyro class
in the event of a sufficent num
ber of unclassified new competi
t ( u J.
1 Awards will' be based on-each
five competitors,, or y major frac fraction
tion fraction thereof,, of eacluclassification.
In eve i insufficieni shooters of
any one classification (less than
three), those shooters concerned
will he requiredlo fire in the next
Additional awards: the Balboa
Gun Club will donate the follow following;
ing; following; first place aggregate, $25
merchandise coupon and NRA Club
Champion medal; second place,
$15 merchandise coupon; third
place, $10 merchandise coupon.
Fight May Be
Held As Scheduled
NEW YORK (UP) -The on on-again,
again, on-again, off a g a i n middleweight
championship fight between Sugar
Ray, Robinson and Carmen Basilio
may be staged as scheduled at
Yankee Stadium Sept. 23.
. RobUson called off his title de defense
fense defense against welterweight king
Basilio Tuesday sight because of a
dispute with promoter Jim Norii
over theater television.
However, Robinson now feels he
might be able to settle his differ
ences with Norris at a New York
State Athletic Commission hearing
"I think I can go back Into
training and be ready for Sept. 23
if we work this out Monday,"
Sugar Ray said.
wnen tney invade Cmcago for a n wno struck out Mantle to end
tnree-ganie series Tuesaay mguv. "e Yankees' ninth inning rally;
'ine box, tor example, are alrea- Bob Grim was the loser
ay a game ana a naif closer toj .vJ v- (
tne Yaunees than the 1951 "mira I KaU e ,n" Charley Maxwell
cie Giants" were to the Codgers jmme three run homers to
wnen they had only 34 games left I"? JSDflt Jlge 33 4
10 Diay. 1 T'asiungioa senators
VSARCARIB RIFLE TEAM Lieutenant Colonel Kalph KC Rose, executive officer, 29th In In-,
, In-, fantry Regiment, says goodby and good luck to Major Loren Davis, captain of the USARCA USARCA-RIB
RIB USARCA-RIB rifle team prior to the team's departure for Camp Perryj Ohio, Wednesday (August 21)'
morning. ; Members of the rifle team that will compete in the national matches at Camp Per Perry
ry Perry are from left to right front row: Private Fir st Class J. E. Rickard; sergeant First-Class Wil William
liam William J. McFeeley; Major Davis; First Lieutenant Donald. Greeti and Specialist. Second Class
Richard A. Kemp. Behind Major Davis are-Private First Class Billy J, Nicholson, sergeant
First Class Silas A. Drake and Private First. Class Alfred Affleje. Behind Lieutenant Green
are Specialist Third Class Frank p. Greer and Sergeant First Class Cecil L. Stevens., ;
c XU.S. Army Photo)
n-M,,,.. nj. nu uonme jonnson nitrhrt
whUe, just about saveu their taint H.itter V Jhe 'Baltimore O-'
pennant hopes in the National VthT.fi. ?, ,,in- f If
League when they rallied for S l i r'-m.." in
three runs in the ninth inning tog- fL Gamfs
top the MUwaukee Braves, 3-2.! Gino Clmoli singled with two out
The Braves, however, retained in the ninth to climax Brooklyn's!
their eva-game hold on first place rally after Gene Conley pitched a I f
when the Philadelphia Phillis scor- four-hitter for eightf innings San- Wm sO f
ed a 3-2 decision over the St. 'day Amoros' double, a single by wf
Louis Cardinals. The Cincinnati Charley Neal, a walk to Carl Fu-
neaiegs snappea a lu-game losing nuo ana relief pitcher Don McMa McMa-streak
streak McMa-streak with a 6-0 victory over the hon's throwing error set the stage
Pittsburgh Pirates and the New for Cimoli. Hank Aaron drove in
York Giants beat the Chicago Cubs, both Milwaukee runs with a hom-
a-t, ju 10 innings. r ana a triple.
Pierce struck out six as he bo-
Harvey Haddix struck out sev
n and pitched a seven-hitter for
nis letit win as the Phillies "rip
ped" Hm Cardinals en Rip R R-pulski's
pulski's R-pulski's three runs baMed in. Re
pulekl singled heme the Phillies'
first run in the sixth nde-then
doHverod twe-ron homer off
Vinegar lend Mliell th
eighth. Itan Mnsial's MS fame
joying streak went by the
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The Greatest Show
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T I VO L I
LOTTERY NIGHT 1
A TALE OF TWO
Flying Disc Man'
From Mars (10-12)
MAN FROM FRISCO
came the majors' first 17-gamo
LIADIN9) I ATT IRS
(Based en 325 offlclal at bets)
P and C
Musial, St. L.
Joe Nuxhall came through with
a four-hitter to ht th
w ab k n rcr. xor me third time this year and
120 468 7$ 159 .340 enable the Redlegs to end the lone;.
123 469 89 156 .333 est losing skein of the N. L. sea sea-117
117 sea-117 480 94 157 .327 son. Nuxh.ll .nrf tzZ ii 1 1
111 Alt 01 IK nr :r. iu
"i n 01. wj Cincinnati 1
USArCarib Rifle Teaml In US
National Rifle Matches
SJ&-lhiAe:.Wm LL World Series
departed .j Wednesday -morning, ;, .... -;
Aug. 21, from Howard Air v Base ' .
&!J$2i3ft& ffilS:; As Youngster Hurls Perfect Game
eS Aug. 35 Sept. 10. ; j .... '-..';,.,,.. -.;;. : '.; .,;r:.v;K '
Fresh from a recent victory ia 1 T
a match sponsorec by the Balboa j .' "' .""
Gun Club in which all awards were 1 WILLIAMSPOIIT, Pa., Aug. 14. dextrous hurler, MacUs served
won by members of the U. t Ar- (UP) A ragsvto riches t e a m them up right ia yesterday' fiaalei
my Caribbean xifla squad, the om ;Meateiroy, Mexico rodel ' r--. .v
marksmen ended training at Km- the clouds", 'today-; after a team- -Monterey stored all ef ka rum
pire Range last Saturday. ata namea angei pitonea a per- in the Ortt inning, jwe singles;
WEEKEND RELEASE! 1
A TURBULENT TALE OF THE RAW SOUTHWEST BORDER!
IX hit .tl.V
93 37$ 45 122 .324 thr hit. ...I. i" k
Schnnriip.t M 117 SOS M 1AO 917 1.12 ...7": "uu
Fondy. PiU. 94 557 m JttT, 0KMl'
119 457 70 140 .306!
Willi tM mtrm ..n.J J
118 470 59 143 304 v",0" V7ablOBiU double to
in 470 59 143 .304 .break un the Giants' four hmir
AmerULo... If,.l4;mlnuie..?"tn?? ?e
wiiiiams, bos. 112 37482 iaMZA.r;:irJ?n XZS?
106 333 58 111 .333 iniI,g, he wor,ked n the
85 153 419 UF"" couipumem a nana nana-57
57 nana-57 122 315 'oalc from Gint manager Bill
79 136 .308 ttlne wn,B was ail over.
74 133 .308!
51 119 404,
The trin ii the. aacondthli vear feet,-4-0 victory over' La Mesa.
for the riflo .squad. The group re- Calif., for the Little League World
presented the, Army command, in Series Championship.
the; All-Army Rifle Matches in
June, wher team members won The south of the border boys
two bronze medals' in rffle compe- were so elated over their cinder cinder-tition.'
tition.' cinder-tition.' ella sweep to the top in their first
Major Loren E. Davis,, com- year of compeition in the league
manding officer, U.S. Army Tech- that Business Manager Harold Has Has-nical
nical Has-nical Service, P.R., Fort Bucha- kins said, "They're on the clouds
nan, P.R., is team captain.. and haven't come down yet."
. Other members of the team in-:
elude First Lieutenant Donald A.1 The Monterey kids, whose dia dia-Green.
Green. dia-Green. Sergeant First Class Silas mond back home i
first; A .uraae, nergeani r u-st tiin sium area, became the first for-
two walks and two'ia mesa errors
featured the rally.
InJuiy Jinx Puts
Two F.Iore Braves
On The Sidelines
Fox, Clu. 121 479
Boyd, Balti. 113 387
Minoso, Chi. 120 442
McDougald NY 112 432
Skowron, N.Y. 106 392
Doby, Cbi. 98 347
Sievers, Wash. 119 450
50 105 .302
83 133 496
,. T -K-TTin i ii ..yunnin nixI n iH'Mi n)tmiul ii 'liaFei ; j
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UNDER THE HOT SUN THESE THREE 1 I
J -CLASHED. IN AEADNNFLICTt.- (
" :tt-;'A0VE; hate. emotions!
m l TODAY. I MD3NIDHT SHOWl ; j I j
I I at '- I bihKDnrDa I f J I
lhOO p.m. THUNDER IN THE EAST" L-v J
Sports Car Club
To Hold Clocked
Run -On Sunday
BROOKLYN (UP) The lnlurr
William McFeelev. Searseant First eisn toam 'n rin h. X.' jinx which has been working over
Class Cecil L. Stevens and Ser 11-vear -hitr h- ",,time : on the Milwaukee Brav
geant James Gray Aall of the 20th Angel Madas. i Mmln, .J-r rmn
Other rifle squad -members
Specialist Third Class Frank
ureer. f xivate rirst ciass muiy nine emmm v..
Nichelson. Private First Class Al- nitche; t Vl.ZZ.r' econa with a 16-6 record, is returninf tl
, fred A. Affleje, also of the; 20th the series.lle slrucli ; ouf"il JijMUwe toh' Ws ailmg right
iiuaniry. speciaiui aecouu cues eiuamg the final thr. v,.f.. iiuoiuuer uinuma bt: ur. aracs
f mate, v The nni th-- Brewer.
Williams, Red Sox
Colavito, Indians 21
Maxwell Tigers 21
RUNS B ATT ID IN
Aaron, Braves -101
Musial, Csrds 97
Mays, Giants 91
Crowe, RedlegS 79
Hodges, Dodgers 77
Sievers. Senators 87
.Mantle, Yanks 86
Minoso, White Sox 79
Wertz, Inl.ans 79
Jensen; Red Sox 77
The Isthmian Sports Car Club
will hold Its next event, tomorrow
at the Pacora Airstrip. It will be
a closed circuit run against the,
itOB watch. Prrtic will start t
7:40 a.m. Timing lor record will
1 begin at 10 a.m. -32
Bud Weischaar: club resident.
32 will Tm at the Tutimtn C 1 r I
Richard A. Kemp and
Buhl left last Sunday's
rirst ciass jamea c. mcwa, Ince came when VrmA ihitZ. ,m" Wlln xow cauflinalg
bothof Headquarters, U.S. Army Delaware -Tosnin N J P f after pitching to two batrers and
Caribbean, are the remaning mem. th Colton Calif ti.m h,, complained of soreness to his
bers of the team. - ki? Z';yb u,m without a shoulder since then. v
ast.year s semi fi-, ,,. h
Rifle sauad members have been n.i.
firing daily at Empire Range..
since July 5 preparing for the Na- t. m
tional Matches, the largest annual LiffV "I?0'?. aelas and
compeUtiye marksmanship .event .eS,mrS-W,ta Achilla heel in the fourth : totai
. . I-- fuvn in insi h im mi j j ...
Covington Is f e a r e d lost for
three or four games after being
hit by his own foul ball or hit left
neia-in tne umtea sutes. . v
They will compete individually
and l a team against other fir fir-ers.from
ers.from fir-ers.from the Marine Corps and
from civilian ranks. 1
While training in Panama, the
rifle squad was supported by units
the way. Anyone interested in
sports cars wno cannot attend
tomorrow's event is reminded that
the club's monthly meeting is held
on the second Friday of every
month. More information may be
obtained by calling club secretary,
Mr. Robert Harvey at Gamboa
219. ...v.. .i
(Based on 11
Schmidt, Cards 10 1
Donovan, White Sox 14 S
FI. U 1 A
Buniing. Tigers 15 5
NarleskJ, Indians ,93
SMITH LIADS IN SAILING
CHICAGO (UP) Defending
W L Pet. cnampion ttD smitn ol Chicago
eleclsiens) 1WI ,n commanding lead at Ute
Qg resfun uuernauouai iiiiiii
B24 rchamoHnships alter winning both
769 of Thursday's opening day races.
At Paraiso :
The doubles matches of the Pa-
nament, now underway, will eon
I! Scheduled matches follow.
racket No. I
Johnson Harold 'Jimenet vi
Douglas Sampson vs Simmons
Elie Jr. -.-
Browa-Sinclair is a bye.
. Bracket No. 2
31 until i:40 to show any newcomers' of the 20th Infantry from Ft Kob-
The group will return in Septem September
ber September after the National Matches
have been completed.,
Table Tennis Unit
To Hold Exhibition er
Af -Seivice tlubsl
A table tennis exhibition ; unit
wUl be in the command from Aug.
SO to SepL U.S. Army Carib-1
bean special services announced
today; .: . I
. Members of the unit are Norbert
vsn'de Walie, Marland Cutler, Ju-'
lia-Rotelionis and. Marianne Bes Bes-singer.
singer. Bes-singer. They have received vari-'
oua awards in national and Inter International
national International tahle tennis competition.
While in the command, the unit
will present table tennis exhibitions
ana piay agaiin. nuuuuj yvi bu bu-nei.
nei. bu-nei. -' ? 5 i
The unit" will perform et the va various
rious various posts as follows: Albrook Air
Force Basr service club, 10 a.m.,
and Fort Gulick service club, t:30
p.m'.. Sept.' 1; Fort Amador serv service
ice service club,- 30 p.m. SepC 2;'Fert
Davis service club 50 p.m.,
Sept. i Gnrgas Hospital. at 2:00
p.m. and Fort Clayton service
chib or gym at 8:30 p.m.,t Sept.
4; and Fort Kobbe Service club,
1:30 p.m., Sept. 5. f:
STAY IN LINE
New York (NEA) Frank Ip Ip-polito.
polito. Ip-polito. New York welterweight, is
a substitute school teacbr and
during the summer months be
works as a tree surgeon for the
balLas he a.rVerf T"'," ?Ml fcurUl inning
heavier r. V... ot inursosy night's game with the
n,?15 ;Me" an ambi-iBrooklyn J)odgers. i
LONGSHORT COMES THROUGH
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. UP) A
driving finith carried Our Dance,
a 13 1 longshot, to an upset three three-quarter
quarter three-quarter length victory over fa-;
vored Combustion 2nd Thursday in!
the feature race at Atlantic City
before 18,985 fans. ; j
THREE FOR WAJDA
SALEM. N.H. (UP) Henry
Wajdi booted home three winners
at Rockingham Park Thursday.
Wajda scored o Big Mark ($9.20)
to the ecoud, Sistime ($11.90) in
the third and Bamma ($7.90) to
the sixUu. y ., f
4 COIN'S YACHT LEADS
1 WILMETTE, IU. (UP) Leigh
i Quia of Lexington. Mass., contin contin-1
1 contin-1 ued his domination of the 110-class
international yacht championship!
Hoyto Lopes vs Howell-Saythe.- Thursday, winning his second vic vic-JohnMa
JohnMa vic-JohnMa Hurbert Bradley vs tory in a row. in My Tern and
tiie Sr. I piling up 71 points.
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DIABLO HTS. 7:99
IClrk Douglas ; ; V :
Vames Mason r v
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"Bsmdlo of Joy.
MARGARITA 6:15 S:9
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TBZ MOUNTADT :
Sunday "21.909 Leagues fa fader
der fader The Sea"
GAMBOA S:1S .
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THE BLACK WHTP
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN r AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1957'
r S -7V v 1 - v ' '. Ml 'r'..jlj f .v -. f- f--i.,in iieifiiiMiiwn win Imm i m .iwi Ann .i...,. i.-n mi-ii- .iftw .mwii I in imUw Iiiniiiin 11 1 I .mmtmm I Wlj 'I'M ni.in 1 "lw"
HIGHER THAN A KITE
By JOE KING
Shedding all paraphernalia with
which.-today aporta writer muat
k oKniitcreit o-the .law booKi,
tka rnnffrettiunil reDort. tne
hom phone numbers f the large
repreaentatwei, theUttla black
HMok of ixnay and OK guya in the
buiineit I prepared to enter the
place whore-there would be no
talk of the gate, the take the aub-
Thia ia the New York Yacht
Club, -on W 44 6W where only
iporU ii ipoken. It is, in fact,
auch a 'purae form of. the sport;
language that it is almost aa dead
as Latin. It ia the atraight ama amateur
teur amateur branch of the tongue, as obs obs-cure.
cure. obs-cure. now h Ciaucer is to a kid
basing his degree on Kaulkner.
Among the NYYC mem bt r s,
there are two groups ayndicates
-r which are willing to spend a a-bout
bout a-bout a million dollars, to have a
race, without any hope of financial,
return. There is no point in rush rushing
ing rushing to the district attorney to un
ik.iK ansi hraux there
is none, Even to achieve gate re receipts,
ceipts, receipts, a modicum in any aports
promotion, they would have to
fence the Atlantic Ocean. No tnu tnu-tuels,"
tuels," tnu-tuels," either. ; .
These men are captivated by
the America's1 Cup. It has been
held secure by NYYC captains a a-aainst
aainst a-aainst IS challenges by the BnUsh
since 1870. No matter what you
read about long lived baseball jinx jinxes,
es, jinxes, this is the grand-daddy of sports
yi -g7 yeara
Tho Royal Yacht Squadron J of
Cowes, England," traditional sailing
club of royalty, has challenged the
NYYC for the cup. Preparations
must be mfcde now for the race in
September of 195S. It is match
racing but eliminations are permit permit-,
, permit-, ted to each aide'.. .
. THRU N1W 10ATS
The British", considering their e e-conomy
conomy e-conomy elected a contest among
designers, before undertaking
shipyard costa and. chose David
Boyd's blueprints for the building
f the cnallenger, the Sceptre.
Despite the punitive income tax
n the high brackets the Ameri Americana
cana Americana will put three new boats in
thm wstur. Henrr Sears. ex-NYC
Commodore, has asked Olin St St-Dheni
Dheni St-Dheni to desifn candidate. Hen
ry D. Mercer. shipping execu executive
tive executive who hi a not sailed, heads the
ether NYYr syndicate. Phil Rhod
es will plan their yacnt. A usosion
oyndicste of the historic Eastern
YC lel by Chandler Hovey, has
commissionet Ray Hunt to design
boa' - 2
Tronomv enters Americas think
Ing, too. It would have been im impossible
possible impossible to renew the race had not
the six of the yachts been reduced.
In 1S3T, when Harold S. Vander-1
FOR YOUS HIGH-BALL IIISIST
elvsys cn CANADA DRY
. "Hiih-Ball yilhaul Canada Dry
- is Foul-Ball"; .:
of Ranter defeated T.O.M.
Snnwith of Endeavour IL t he
yachts wore of the J Clasa, of
mfeet hp length. Next -year, the
12-meter class ? of m feet wul be
- C ALL FOR A PITCHER
That measurement is no com comparison
parison comparison of the two classes in sis;
and power. I sailed on both. I had
a ride on Ranger and Sopwith gra-
lnu1v .ntTniteH ni with, the
hslm nt Endesvour II. which -Ii
rehnfluished gratefully, because a
mistake by the helmsman, can snap
off a' 175-foot mast. There is a
Sense OI iueuaoic mraim
j DOat A w-meier, oi umtu
tonnage, only ; 23, does not give
the impression of the irresistible.
By courtesy of Drake Sparkman,
chafrman of the model committee,
I saw the America'a Cup, on a
table ir the center of the vaulted,
two-story, circular trophy room. It
is a mid-Victorian ornate pitcher
of about 28 inches in height.
It was offered by the oyl
Yacht Squadron for a "raw ot all
nations," around the Isle of Wight
in 1951. The schooner America,
Pint. John Stevens won u tie
deeded it to the NYC. t
On ihe pitcher there is the Ins-
cription: rne ue nunareu m m-net
net m-net Cup." This refers to the cssh
prize for the race, not the value
of the intrinsically worthless mug.
It well might smile. More money
hss been spent to-win it tha.v
for any trophy in sports.. It sits
in state while a beautiful model,
silver cup put up by Queen Eli Elizabeth
zabeth Elizabeth has been placed careless carelessly
ly carelessly on a nearby column. Just ama amateurs.
teurs. amateurs. - -
By BEANS RE ARSON :;
. Writteft fer. NBA Service
QUESTION: The batter- lifts a
pop foul behind the plate. The
.tpW hiimDi into the plate um
pire and falls to the ground. He
doesn't make the catch. -What is
the ruling? Mike Shannon.
Answer: It is ust e arrwe.
Umpires resrd staybif out eT
the players' way Imeerttnt, but
eeme times It's maaveidsble.
Q. It is true that if ft line drive
striker the pitcher's rubber and
rebounds on the fly into foul ter territory
ritory territory it is a, foul ball? --All Sny
der. : z'i'S & ;-i
, A. Yes. v, "... .-;, ;
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t 1 f- f V f' i A1
$ i V f 1 II..-.
NEW YORK, Aug. 24 (UP
The fiufcalo Bisons combined
sirong reuet pitching and anting
strength to regain first place -in
the ititernatiundi League. j
The Bisons scored six runs in
the seventh1 inning to defeat' To Toronto,
ronto, Toronto, 8-4, last nightr and take a
halt-same lead over the Leats in
the pennant fight. Mike Kume, in
reuet- of starter Fred Hahn, ; held
Toronto at bay over the tinai tour
inmn-ji to gam Ins sixth victory a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst one setback. Russ Sullvan,
a recent acquisition; from Colum Columbus
bus Columbus hit the big blow of the eve evening
ning evening for the Bison's with a three three-run,
run, three-run, homer. 7 1
Rifhffiond snaDDed its w o r a t
.ilump. of the season with a double
win over iiiamw a- ana .H; tne
third, rlacc Vees, who had drop dropped,
ped, dropped, o their previous 14 games,
are now six lengths out of first,
In other action, Havana beat
Columbus, 8-1, alter dropping the
opener ot the doublehesder, 3-1,
and Montreal defeated Rochester,
The standings and Jinescores:
Buffalo I -.-i
T nto -'
W L Pet. 'GB
77 88 .570
77 59 .566 V4
71 64 .526 6
68 70 .493 10V&
64 705.478 5 12V4
, 64 73 .467 14
62 75 .453 16
; 61 75 i .448 164
(First Cim)v,'u. ; i
Miami' : JM4:,Z--2
Richmond 1 ' 5 OOl-004-x 5 6-0
Church, t tilt' (6) and McCul-
lough; Kutyna hd ChitL LP-
Havana ., 000-010-0 1-31
Columbus, , 000-300-x;,3 7 0
Peha, Scantlebury (5) and Ia Ia-quierdoj
quierdoj Ia-quierdoj O'DonneR and KraviU.
LP Pent. HRs Henley, Stevens,
. .(Second Came)
Miami 000-200-000 220
Richmond 101-001-OOx 3-61
Judsyn, Mason (7) and Bucha;
Coates, ,Post,(7) and ChiU. WP
CoaUs. LP Jordan. HRs Jaciuk,
Herrefa, Schell. s -
Toronto 001-201400 4111
Buffalo ; 000-100-61X 8 101
Grimsley. Tiefenauer f 7). Jor
dan- (7,M3rimian (7) and Rosel-
u; iiann, Kume (6) and Noble.
WP-Kume. LP Tiefenauer.
HRs-Roselli, Baxes, Goliat, Sul-
100-120-100 B 121
virt mil Tir.,t,
guth, Baczewski (5), Greasori 6),
R. Blaylock (9 andVD. Ricketts.
LP-Loevengutb, HRs Wilson,
Havansf 810-310-000 5- 1
Columbus 001-000-000 191
Hatten and Garcia: Blackburn,
Burtschy (5) and Cohos. LP
FOR HALL OF FAME
BALTIMORE (NEA) Ted
Atkinson, Johnny Adams and Eric
j.w rM.r.. th
Jjockeys Hall of JFsrae at Pim-
Jic(( Race, track, v One will be
voted in: thia year
THE CALYPSO Oil THE SCREEH
- '-'SPECIAL PRE-RELEASE ENGAGEMENT '
TOMORROW Q PRESIDENTE THEATRE
h THE FIRST BIG, WILD, MERRY MUSICAL WITH THE
NEW RHYTHM-SENRATTOVj tws; rftT.VPSO ?
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WAVE TO OQ AGAINST
UP A SIONAL. fOJ2
Byars In 10 Rounds
i DETROIT.', Aug. 24 (UP) I I-saae
saae I-saae Loeart said his only trouble
in breezing to s ,10-round decision
over waiter Byars last nignt was
trying to catch the elusive Boston-
ian.. .; .; -
The crowd f 1,131 thought By Byars,
ars, Byars, 146(4 .pounds and ninth-ranked
welterweieht. did better against
the 146-pound Cuban. But .Judge
Jack Aspery scored it bu-sh, juage
Bill Appieton had it 49-36 and Ref Referee
eree Referee Jackie Swartz 48-38 for Lo Logart.
gart. Logart. The United Press had it 48-40.-
LOBlrt'Tsnked ith Tony .De
Marco and Gasper Ortega as the
leading contenders for C a r m e n
Railia'i welter title, snent most of
hie -time stalking Byart after tK?
'Byars offered only scattered
right hand sneak leads against the
wide assortment, of hooks and up up-percuts
percuts up-percuts which Logart used when
the wild haired Cuban cared to
open ip.And Logart opened up on only
ly only when stug by a Byart' right.
' Neither man' was in trouble but
Logart's battering hooks put a
mouse under Byars' left eye in
the fourth, bloodied (Byars nose
in the sixth and cut his left eye
in the eighth. Logart's white
trunks' were streaked witn Byars'
blood at the end.
MEETING AT MARGARITA
The ief meeting ef the 157-51
bewling season for WIBC mm mm-bers
bers mm-bers wll be held at the Mrg Mrg-rtta
rtta Mrg-rtta Clubhouse, en Saturday,
Sept; 7, at. 1:00 p.m. All wemvn
bewlers are urgsd to ettend."--
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WHERE THERE'S SMOKE
Senior Golf's Parallel Growth
Along With Juniors In Last 10
Years Not Fully Appreciated
By job oey I
U.S. Golf Atseciatie
Written for the United Press
SACRAMENTO. Calif. (UP)
Everybody interested in golf
seems to realize that Juniors have
swarmed to the game since World
War II, but a parallel growth in
Senior golf is not fully appreciated.
The last 10 years have brought
a most favorable climate for the
game, to appeal to elder citizens
an abundant economy, shorter
work days, ; earlier retirement,
more leisure time, the example of
a golfing president. These ele elements
ments elements have been added to the
natural charm of golf as a life lifetime
time lifetime game in which, with handi handicaps,
caps, handicaps, you can make a match with
The result has been a quiet but
rather phenomenal upsurge in in interest
terest interest among older men. It has
been evident at all levels, starting
in individual clubs and extending
to international team matches.
Many Senior Tourneys
They were discussing this the
other day at the Del Paso Country
Club here amid the fresh youth youth-fulness
fulness youth-fulness of the National Women's
Amateur championship now in
Erogress. Del Paso had recently
eld its first club tournament for
seniors, and 86 bad entered, rang ranging
ing ranging in age from 50 to 74 The win winning
ning winning score was 75, by George
Del Paso's experience is symp symptomatic.
tomatic. symptomatic. A strong reflection of
booming local interest is seen in
sectional and national competitions
for seniors. New tournaments
have sprung up all over the coun country,
try, country, to satisfy the competitive urge
of those who can't quite hold up
against younger men in the regu regular
lar regular sections) tournaments. Senior
entrv lists sometimes must be
held down by such devices si
limits of age and handicap. - j
- The United States Seniors' Golf
Assn. has pioneered national com competition,
petition, competition, .starting in 1904. Ita mem members
bers members are individual seniors at least
55 yesrs olc. Tor ears tbe mem membership
bership membership list hss eeh restricted to
a fixed number.
- U$CA Senior Amateur
Another national competition
waa started twe years age by the
United Statea Golf Assn. The
USGA senior amateur champion championship
ship championship is opc to members of USGA
mem bet clubs whose age is not
less than 55 and whose handicaps
do not exceed 10.-
'.The quality of plsy In the USGA
senior championship ia high. Tbe
Arc coming back to
th Itthmua :
th first shipment of
this brand of. Suits to.
reach here sines 1950,
medal-winning score was 72 in
Golfers, often imnrov with
Although it is not really an old
man s game, the game has pro produced
duced produced some rather astounding
champions. The 1932 British Ama
teur champion was gentleman
aged 55, the Hon. Michael Scott.
Just five years ago th USGA
amateur chamDionshln had its
oldest winner in Jack Westland of
Jbverett, wash., now a congress
man. won at age 47.
When it was all over and the
USGA asked Mr. Westland for a
club or other momento for the
USGA museum in; "Golf House,"
he sent a il.ootina- itiek seat en
which he had rested frequently
during the championship. It was
accompanied by -a note saying it
had helped, him "more than, any
club in the bag.'V f v
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Balbea Men's Summer League
Los Rios. Rivers
Five Lesdina Averages: Coffee
mi Toland 181, Aimeda lei,: eau
ber 180. Richardson 179.
With only five more weeks to
go,' the boys are getting in shape
for tSw coming winter sessions.
Thursday night at the B a 1 b o a
Bowl-archa. the boys were separ
ated from the men in the league
where every one is on their own.
All scratch scores and you have
to get them; on the lanes without
any help from tne league secreta secretary.
ry. secretary. A" tood crowd witnessed the
battles on the twelve lanes where
the kegfcrs are now coming down
the home -stretch for the prize
. Rodman 3 Albreek 1
Are thd Alb-ook Flyers, running
out of gas? From their perform performance
ance performance the othei night, it would ap appear
pear appear that they are using low oc octane
tane octane fuel because even in the solo
they won, it was of a very low
flying in a slow speed quality.
. The Flyers took the first game
by 9 pina, rolling a 779 to Rodman
Rollers 770 They maintained this
slow pace with a 772, but the Roll Rollers
ers Rollers came up .with 788. Then Qutst Qutst-sie"
sie" Qutst-sie" Bob Toland changed his red
shirt and inspired his Rollers to
a 908 game, while the Flyers still
hovereo around with 793.
Mathematically, the Rollers in
runner up spot could come out on
top' with 14 points separating the
two' top teams, and 20 to go, it
could happen that the Flyers be
knocked off. For the Jolly Rollers
three went over the 800 mark, Bob
Toland 547, Curly Bates 513 and
Art Graham 504. No Flyer reach reached
ed reached the 5C counter.
Ciavten 4 Farfan I
Breathing, down the ..necks of
the Rodman Rollers, in third ptace ptace-trailinj
trailinj ptace-trailinj by only one point and still
in the running for the jackpot, the
Clayton Carbines shot the Farfans
full of holes. Bowling -with "'two
blinds the fans tried to give some
resistance losing the first by only
17 pins and the finale by 14. The
middle ; game was nowhere
close,: the difference of 143 favor favoring
ing favoring the Carbines. The Fans had
Art a soul that hit the 500 par,
whereas Butch Lane for Clayton
lead off with 559 and Lefty Tony
Luttenberger a 538, (
, Ancen 1 Curundu 2
'Ancon Anchors sts'rted out as
if they meant business with a 908
game versus Curundu's 786, It
wss good thing for the Ancon Ancon-ites
ites Ancon-ites th.it they had this 122 surplus,
because the Comets would not
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BALBOA 21502159 i
play dead and came to life in the'
lasi frame of the seconu game to
win 8b8 to 862, While they slipped :
a JiUJe, m the third with an, 864
.'twit still good enough': beoaue
Ik. 'ft...,.,, -fu.. a-u.
Hid ucs. uic rtiituuja vvmu net
waa 835' ..J--Three
anchors went over tne
5C's and to keep thmgs even three :
Comeis did likewise. Mr. 3S Bowl Bowler
er Bowler Bud Balcer fell three pins short
Of 600 with a 597 for Ancons. strnT
Les Pahl had a 545 and Lou 'Glud
528. Comet's contribution was CFN
Jerry Sturges, who if stateside
hrtlinH -fthnrtiv with ftfilt.' Plnotna'i
Manny Fer-mnaes with 575 and
Bruce Hassler 504. This -nliminat-
,ed Ancon and a: teams' below
them from' any chances of reach reaching
ing reaching the tup rung of the league, i(t.",
Cocoll 3 Diablo 1 '
. With Billy the Kid Coffee," off
his usual torm, his devils manage
ed to. win one point. But the Coco Coco-li
li Coco-li Pamr.s breezed to .three points'.
In tho par 5U class, the Devils Devils-had
had Devils-had two members and only one'
for the Palms. Billy still was tope
with 553, but below his 197 aver average,
age, average, wbereaa his other par team-
initio was nogers aif. r or I n e
Palms, Eari Blevins returned to ..
the fold after several week's ab-
nuts. .. .f.
Les Rios 4 Ceretel
, With a full compliment on hand",'
Dick Soyster had his rivers flood flooding
ing flooding with enough strikes and spares
to score a complete, washout at
the expense ot Corozal. They also
posted the best total team score
for the night a 2631, For the win winners
ners winners Jack Knottek, broke the spell
which hovered over the league for
three weeks when he blasted, an
overflowing 625 series. Maliory,
after many wretched weeks re regained
gained regained full recovery -with a beau beauty
ty beauty -of 541 set. Fireball Dick SoyT
.... k.j kco J r D.J
OiCi 11BU it OOO IUU AUII JIUUJ
512, all for the Los Rios. The on only
ly only chief to rib the trick was Texa-,
co's Tato Samaniego with 531.
Amader I Balbea 1
The Admirals rolled the first two'
games and naturally won both, but
then the sailors by the. same
name", took over and lost by five,,
pins. The five star admiral was
Airman Cas Cascio with a 554,"
and he had plenty of support De,,
cause all four aides hit -over the. r
par for the alleys. Bob Morrow Morrow-was
was Morrow-was tickled'with his 542, Dick,'
Bliss aiter a weak first game fin finished
ished finished with 810, Al Hele with a 503.
and Jim Davis just made it wilir
501. For the cellar occupants, BaK BaK-boa
boa BaK-boa Boas," F Lowande in the '"fir.
nale crushed ft 222 game and a.j.
rvr an1 Tm Siillv Citllivan
Honor Roll Six Hundred So-.;;
ciety.: Jack Knottek. 625.
Two Hundred Club; Lowande
222, Knottek 201, 237; Maliory 22V
Soyster 212, Samaniego 210, Blow
vins 204, Ccfiee 224, Glud 21, Befr -rr
ii aw- Fernandez 212:' Sfiil?:!
ges 214, Lane 205, Toland 22Q
.Bates 203, . '.
; SAILS :
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wVpAPERV' T'"-f V ? V1"- .W tATURbAT AUGUST MMSJ1
; i 5
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
this space-js for' sale "; ',
for Information telephone 2-0740
' t THIS, SPACE 15 rUK?AUt 4
FOR INFORMATI0N TELEPHONE 2-0740
POP. RINTt Brand new halt,
Um Alegre." hedroome. Iiv-tag-dinlng
worn, porch, hot,'"
tor Installation. Call 2-2648,
FOR MNTi -Residence, orner
1 1th Street Paitilla (formerly"
MWM ty Prof. Feinland.) 3
bedrooms, 2 bathreemi, living
ad dining resin, maid fecilites,
2 perches, garage, large garden.
$125. Call 3-32 from 8-12
and availing! altar p.m.
FOR RINTi I bedroom houia,
living room, dining room, bath-;
noma at Cerraequilla, antranea
Edan Theatre. Phono 3-1305.
FOR RINTj Complefa furnish furnish-ad
ad furnish-ad ahalat. Residential aactor.
Phono Colon 101 t-B.
PHILLIPS Oceansldo Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pane Pane-ma,
ma, Pane-ma, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Criatobal 3-1673.
AGAIN rotarvation available at
Shrapnel's, Santa Clara Baach.
Phona Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
Baach Home. Phono Balboa
2130, nine to twelve noon, Mon Mon-day
day Mon-day through Friday.
TOUGH' TOMATO Polk
(have to deal with some "tough
'tomaeoea" aome times. Hoawcver,
'this plant baatit tprovted any
jyat. Porc Chief Frederick R.
' Laramie cat WillimanUc, Conn,,
cant Aeure oart how to ticket
Jtnia inegal "parker" groajrinf at
. aLgindWftLBStar ;
Art oomtng back to
the first shipment of
this brand of Suits to
reach hers sines 1950.
a .A v
'Vis I- J VJr.r
. 0 s-f
tmxtlng.. tjntold aecreta expoaecV The in oat oltln(,
sheckiaf cterr of the century. Some will call H fiction,
' otbrra will cafl it fart, bat none will denv that all ef it
' rouJd bet tree. See THE GIRL Ui THK KREMLIN" sUrrtna;
IT Ftarfcer. Zaa la. Gabar and Jeffrey Stone which OPENS
O.N THTRSDAT 2fta AT THE IXX. ':. i
ATTINTION, O., I.I Just built
madam furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, net, cold watar.
Phono Panama 3-4941..
FOR RINT: -Modern two bod bod-room
room bod-room apartment, upstairs Pa Panama
nama Panama Auto. Avanida Jose Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco do la Oata 'No. 45. For
details tea Dacaitro No. 24 Ave-
FOR RENT: Large comfortable
throe bedroom apartment with ;
living room, dining room, large
front and back porch, two (2)
main bathrooms, kitchen sarvant'a'
room with bath, laundry and.
garage, hot water too. Apart Apartment
ment Apartment all tiled and completely
screened. Rent $120.00.' Belli
Vista. Phone 3-0763 or 2-0027.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment to -responsible person. 8th
street No. 4, Parque Lafevre.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, maid's room, garage,
hot water. "Balladares Building,"
FOR RENRs Unfurnished apart apartment
ment apartment in Campo Alegre, two
family, bedrooms, maids room
and bath, garage, hot watar. Call
Tel. 2-2159. Office hours.
FOR RENT: Furnished efficiency
apartment,' fully equipped kitchen,
, 'hot; water, daily maid service.
Call: Arte y Decoracien 3-7425,
3-6699. Edificio Campo Alegre.
Across Hotel El Panama.
FOR RENT. Furnished apart,
ment, military inspected. Via Po Po-rraa
rraa Po-rraa No, 99. Telephone 3-2068.
FOR RENT : Completely fur furnished
nished furnished epartment, two bedrooms,
living, diningrooms, porch etc.
45 Street No. 2-213.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1 386 New Alhombra Apartments
10th Street, Colon.
ft) DoHaamfca. J lor Baeyelopedla
In Ms tost caauuejitu Che- famed
jchief of the Cbiricamia Indians,,
fGeronimo, withstood the entire i
(military forces of Arizona, New
Mexico and Western Texas be be-jfor
jfor be-jfor he and Ms followers were
(defeased, despite the faet that
hit band never Bombered'inor
jfhan a fighting warrior, r (
Most onimols won't norm you
t you corry o torch provided
you corry It fast enough.
aaP b 4J
Leave took ad with one op 6ub
INTERNAL. DE PCBLICACIONES No. J Lottory Plesa CASA ZAUM4-Cenrral Ave. 4S LOUBDES PHARMACY 182 La CanasqnUla FARMACIA WM.
BARDO No. M "B" Street MORRISON h of July Ave. St LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvoli No. 4 FARMACIA ESI ADOS UNIDOS 14 Cntral Ave.
rmuiru i.tr iu rnl imh m nniTsrHnr.n rvnmir.ri r dm i. n v j a rmn nnMV Ju.ta inmmiu Ave. and S3 St a FARMACIA
VAN-DER-JIS-ee Street No. O 0 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lefevre
the Belle Vista Theatre.
FOR SALE: Duty paid 4-door
1954 Plymouth. Radio. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. $1050. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3390.
FOR SALE: 1952 Hillmen
Minx 206 C. Rodman. Phone
FOR SALE s 1951 Morris Min Min-nor.
nor. Min-nor. Good condition, girls bike
26". $10. Navy 3778.
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick, Super,
tudor. House 2315-B Las Cruce
Street, Balboa, Phono 2-2378.
FOR SALE: Two wheel jeep
trailer, excellent condition, also
Chinese soapstone screen. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3125.
FOR SALE: 1956 Mercury
Monterrey, hard top, mere-o-miric
drive. Many ether extras.
0252 "C", Gambea. Phone 6-
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac de deluxe
luxe deluxe 6-Tudor, hydramatic. Good
condition, original owner. House
3223 Empire street. Phone 2-
FOR SALE: 1957 Mercedes
Bens 1 90 S. A. Sportscar, perfect
condition, short-wave radio,
leather upholstery, W. A. tires,
8.000 miles, duty paid. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable price, cash' only. Phone 2 2-0949.
0949. 2-0949. FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet Bel
Air 4-door Sedan two tone, power
glide wsw tires, 19,000 miles.
Will sell for $1,350.00. Tel.
Colon 1368. 8.00 a.m. to
FOR SALE: Leaving, 1956
Chevrolet 4-door Sedan, 6500
miles. Excellent condition. Call
FOR SALE: 1955 Opal Sedan
$900.00 Marcos Villarreal. Ga Garage
rage Garage El Panama Hotel,
(he McLevj way. Body Massage,
Excerrlsinn Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained operators for ladies
nd gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON i
J. Arosemena Ave. I3-4S
TRANSP9RTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shippers Mover
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding t Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phana 2-2451
or by appointment.
General Agent t
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 1-0551
With F 1.2 Lens
Panami N. lork Col6n
Chain Singh Enters
Low Bid For Adding
Shed To Storehouse
A low bid of $22,000 wai entered
by Chain Singh for the construc construction
tion construction of an extension 'to the shed
for overhaul equipment at the Mi
raflore Locks Storehouse. The
bids were ouened Friday morning
in the Administration Building at
Oth.rJid' ranging from $22,700
to $38,114 were made by t. u
Hauke. Dillon and Hickman, Indus
tries Unidas and the Isthmian
The work will consist of the
construction of an extension to the
southeast end of the shed of over overhaul
haul overhaul equipment It will consist of
a structural steel frame with cor-rugfct-d
galvanized iteel walls.
corrugated aluminum roofing, re reinforced
inforced reinforced concrete floor and the
necersary eiectrieal work.
The new structure will be com
pleted within sevea months.
Not Too Wicked
' BRENTWOOD, England, Aug. 24
(UP) An English Army officer.
testifying today on behalf of,
two of hia mn charged with car
thievery, said the men were law
less, slovenly, irresponsibJe ami
laty but had "good army cnar cnar-aeter.
aeter. cnar-aeter. Prosecutor John Marriage
said, "I dread to think what ojc
has to do te get bad chancier
in Mre amy."
agents oa otrn ornces at is-st
The FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Mercade El Ray, offers
efficient filling of prescriptions
and home delivery service. Phone
3-minute car wash $ I, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $5. Auto-BaAo, Trans-lath-mien
Highway near Sear.'
The beat dinners and drinks
are aerved in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill ana
bar. Hotel International "Pla
xa S de Mayo.
Vincent B. Janniero, registered
piano-technician. Nat. Asse.
Piano' Tuners. U. $. A. Tel 2 2-3305.
3305. 2-3305. Apte. Postal 4862. Pana Panama
ma Panama R. P.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: Small' outboard
speedboat, new 10-hp. Evinrude
motor, remote controls, $425.
FOR SALE :-Cbss "A'' hydro
"Oracula" 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.
Evanrudea trailer. Tel. 2-1569.
FOR SALE: 14 ft. Criss Croat
deluxe boat with 15 hp. Evinrude
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. FOR SALE: Sailboat 30 auxi auxiliary
liary auxiliary ketch, Gray 52hp, aleepa
four, good condition, reasonable;
inquire Sunday Yacht Club Cris-i
tobal or Telephone Panami 3 3-0599.
0599. 3-0599. NEW CPA Canal Zone
school teacher attorney Alfre Alfredo
do Alfredo Cragwell has been recog recognized
nized recognized by the Panama Ministry
of Agriculture, Commerce and
Industry as a certified public
accountant. A former Assem Assemblyman
blyman Assemblyman wtlh a wide expert expert-ence
ence expert-ence In the field of account accounting,
ing, accounting, Cragwell now holds the
position of professor of ac accountancy
countancy accountancy and office tech technique
nique technique at the Paralso High.
in Georgia Cause
6 Deaths In 1 Day
COLUMBUS. Ga. (UP) Two
officers were killed and 26 others
injured yesterday when a truck
overturned In a remote section of
the Ft, Benning reservation.
even of the injured were In
serious condition at the post hos hospital.
pital. hospital. Names of the two dead men
were withheld pending notification
The, truck was in a convoy
carryme basic infantry officers
back to the barracks area, ac
cording to the. Ft. Benning public
information officer. It was not
determined what caused the truck
to go out of control.
, Two other persons were killed
"Georgia traffic accidenles yes yes-terdayand
terdayand yes-terdayand two died of injuries
suffered in earlier wrecks.
"L tia?,nt medical student,
Robert Hull Smith, 22, of Atlanta,
was killed when collided with a
wi jl '-"'"'e m i porta car
uiooonounas to answer a police
""The crash occurred near
oMurioge. inree occupants of
iU. were injured.
patrol said the
truck left the scene and finally
went into ''a ditch following a
police chase. The driver fled and
was reportea still missing.
James A. Williams of Valdosta
died yesterday of injuries sus sustained
tained sustained when hit bicycle was hit
ny;a car Thursday south of
Eugene Walden, 22, of Macon,
also died yesterday of. injuries be
received la a bead on crash near
Macoa last Sunday,
"" h -aL: J
ir stkeet. fanama ubreria
f Street FARMACIA SAS" Via Poms 111 e NOVEDADES ATMS Beside
FOR SALE:. Save money I Buy
Clayco blocks, 4" x 12" x 12".
They are economical, light and'
do not crack, $123.20 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clayco t Alfareria, S. A.,
Via Espaia No. 37-4. Phone
FOR SALE j Palomino stallion.
FOR SALE: Hoffman 21 inch
60 cycle TV eat. Phone Rodman
FOR SALE: Cash register, 1913
5-l) model, perfect condition,
almost new. Cheap $600, Tale Tale-phone
phone Tale-phone Panama 3-1039. ;
FOR SALE-26" Englis bicycle
girls $25.00, Simmons crib, mat mattress
tress mattress 30. Excellent condition.
5624-A Diablo. Tel. 2-4106.
FOR SALE: Choosa Clayce
blocks. They are acanomteel,
light, durable and do not crack.
Sixes: 4x12x12" $121.90 per
net thousand, 5x12x12" $175-
50 per net thousand, 6x12x12" ;
$lfi0.00 par net thousand.
'Cia ,de Productos da Arcilla, S.
A,", Via Espana No. 37-49.
Phono 3-01 60.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS SCRAP MATERIALS
FOR SALE -Sealed
bids, for opening in pu public,
blic, public, will be received at the of office
fice office of Superintendent of Store Storehouses,
houses, Storehouses, Balboa, for the following:
INVITATION NO. S-57-356
Approximately 8,000 pounds
i Manila Tabulating Cards, used.
TO BE OPENED 9i30 A.M.,
OCTOBER 4, 1957.
INVITATION NO. S-57-357
Approximately 328,050 pounds
of Non-Ferrous Metals located
at Section "I," Balboa Stare Stare-house,
house, Stare-house, telephone 2-3 1 1 0 and
Cristobal Storehouse, telephone
3-2156. TO. BE OPENED 10:30
A. M., OCTOBER 4, 1957.
INVITATION NO. S-57-35S
Approximately 169,500 pounds
Transmission Wire, new end
used; and approximately 21,-.
726 feet ef portable,, rubber and
and portable cord. TO BE OPEN OPENED
ED OPENED 11:00 A. M., OCTOBER 4,
1957. C V
Invitations may be obtained from
office ef Superintendent of
Storehouses, Nlephono 2-1086.
FOR SALE. Deep freexo 24 cu.
ft., very good condition. Tel.
Balboa 2-3019 ar 2-3703.
FOR SALE: Hudson, 4-door
WASP, excellent mechanical
condition, radio, good tires, duty
paid. $250.00. Washing machine,
ringer type, Kenmore, completely
reconditioned. Leaving Isthmus.
Williams O. Jackson, R907C,
Rousseau, C. Z.
FOR SALE: Acme Piano Ac-'
cordien, 120 Base. Very good
condition, $60.00, 6234-B Bou Bou-aueren
aueren Bou-aueren St., Los Rios, Phono Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3082.
FOR ALE: 21" RCA Victor
T. V. set. Phone Navy 3556.
FOR SALE: Quality golden
fawn BOXER PUPPIES registered
A.K.C. For appointment call Miss
Abrego. TeL 2-1344 a 2-1704.
FOR SALE Dark faw boxex
puppies, AKC registered. Call
f;3'44 r can ba aeon at Qtrs.
656-B, Curundu Heights.
Youlh Held In Dealb
Of Mother's Fiance1
Defended By Father
OAJNTA MONICA falif nu
Charles Lee Guv III. 19 we. fc.M
for trial yesterday on a charge of
muiueruig nis motners fiance,
meat packing firm executive Guy
ee ItUUCl lea.
The mother, Mrs. Nine James
Angus, 37, was discovered in a
coma shortly before the municipal
court Dreliminarv hrin, n...-.
day, and was taken to a hospital
Efcj ?tor "id ,he PPrent PPrent-L
L PPrent-L MiUkfS ,n ov"dose of sleep-
. treatment she was
reported in 'satisfactory condiUon
Guy was represented at the
heanng by his father, Charles Lee
JST Jr-' Punn W. C public
P8"r who came here ti help
defend his son. ..,.
Jf""??1 iudg H,"T Border
wdered the youth arraigned Sept
ui ouperwr tourt. He said
r,?!,.V '"""t- evidencaj fOT
iTu'e-Ti.- .feia 0'.,P,l 'ras of
n j .ponce obtained
-acu cmuessuw from him
acr dureu, ...
-v. ' . '-!
nooena was : found dead by
A". told police at
mat sne and the victim
had been fiviag together and
punned' u be married. Roberts
was slain with shotgua blast
and the youth in hi, repodiard
confession said he went to the
motel, began drinriae tw-r- .j
shot the sleeping nan.
Mrs. Angus and the hov'a fafk.
r wert divorced yean a aw.
preciado t street Ne. ii Agenoas
FOR SALE: Two livlngreom
chairs,' Venetian blinds, dresser,
household artlciea. carpenter
. tools. Moderate price 629-A
DoLessepa. Phone 3-2847.
FOR SALE: Phileo refrigerator,
60 cycle, 7 Va cu. ft., treexer
cabinet. i Excellent conditionr 1
Phone 6-126. Saturday, Sunday
and evening. Weekdays 2-2527.
FOR SALE: Mexican decorative
articles, braaa aeale, tall metal
candlestick, ceramic wall angels,
anginal oil and watar color paint-..
' ings, 'small mahogany tables,
Sreen barel back chair. Phona
-6372. Sunday before 1 1 after
:-6 week daya all day,
. FOR SALE: Metal dresser,
large fan. 882 Balboa 2-3007.
Planning te retire? Northwest
Arkansas. T h re o beedreem
modern home completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. 2Vx acres. Contec Blank,
anships, 930 N, College Fpyette Fpyette-ville.
ville. Fpyette-ville. Ark.
'WANTED: North American
family wishes to rant furnished 3
bedroom house, or apartment.
Must ba good residential noigh noigh-'
' noigh-' borhood, and reasonably priced
Phone 3-4075. i
WANTED : Home for nice kit kitten.
ten. kitten. Call Panama 3-4911 and
3-0868 after office hours.
WANTED: English specking
male tutor, for bey 10 years old.
Several hours daily, five daya a
week. Call Gemboa 6-333. 6 te
Marine Pilot Adrift
24 Hours, Rescued
By Passing Steamer
MIAMI (UP) A Marine pilot,
who drifted, in. the ocean for 24
hours on a uebber raft, held a
tearful but happy reunion with
his wife here last night. She
said, "It's almost like he eame
back from the dead."
Lt. Basil L. McCallister, 24. of
Hialeah, said he "never doubted
for a minute" that, he would be
"I knew thert would be a -big
search for me and I have a lot
of faith in today s air-sea rescue
operations," he explained.
His happy wife tearfully told
reporters, "It's almost like he
came back from the dead but I
never gave up hope. It feels like
a 90-ton weight was lifted from
McCallister had been missing
from the Opa Locks Marine base
here since Wednesday when an ex explosion
plosion explosion set the engine of his Fury
jet on fire. He bailed out about
20 miles east of Miami but drifterd
in his life raft about 75 miles be
fore he was picked up 24 hours
later by the SS Privateer Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. His rescue was not known until
yesterday because of a radio
failure aboard the ship.
Mccamater aid he watched
several rescue' planes fly overhead
Without seeing him or reannnriine
tw ma uares or iiasmng mirror
signals. He said ha also saw sev several
eral several ships but was unable to get
!ABout 2:30 a.m. Thnrarlav.
he related, "a ahip almost ran
over me. I could see the water
loam as it -passed in the darkness.
I fired a couple of flares, but it
didn't slow-down. I guess the mate
was asleep or fixinc himself a nm
- MM-- ...
He finally attracted the attention
or ue rrivateer by flashing a
Explodes, Kills 12
- BOSARIO. Argentina An.' ti
(UP) Twelve persons were killed
and many othera were injured
when an oil-tank barge exploded
earry Testeraajr. 1 ?
The barge was Mb alonnida
the wharves of the state oil mo
nopoly (YTT) refinery, at Saa
utrenzo, 17 muea orth of here,
on the bants of the Parana liver.
Mdcmilldn To Visit
Orient. Next Year
LONDON. Aug.' 24 (UP-Prine;
Minister. Harold Macrnillan will
visit In (La, Paktstaa and Ceyloa
early next year on his way to
Australia and New Zealand, the
government arnoojiced yrday.
His wife, Dorothy, wiU ga With
young ; lady aaeretary; work
V consist; of receptionist and as-v
aistant bookkeeper with small
; amount of typing and office
work; knowledge of English t
. Spanish auential.: Please apply ;
V In writing and Include photo- ;
graph; state ago, school educa'
y tion, past experience and refer- :
ancea. All epplicationa will bo l
atrictly confidential. -Address:
Secretary, P. O. Box 134X Pa Pa--
- Pa-- nama, R. P, ''...
' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX I2I I. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.'
ATTENTION all Isthmians enter-
tainer- singers, dancers, navetly
ate, ( Professional or amateur). :
: Auditions Monday 3 :3 0 p.m. Sa-
Ion Panama, Hotel El Panama to
select acts for Wednesday Va-:
..riety Nights winners-, of which
receive contract to i perform at
'II Panama. Bring your music,
any props, costume, and photo
to audition. v
FOR SALE: 1 952 Harley
Davidson Motorcycle .74,- 'House
37I.A, N, Cristobal. Phone 3 3-1633.
1633. 3-1633. i -t-
TSGT. KENT It. McQTJILLEN, supply supervisor of the 1978th
AACS Squadron, Albrook AFB receives congratulations and a
diploma for completing the Extension Course Institute supply
officers course. Ma, A D. 'Payne, Commander; 1978th, AAC3
Squadron is shown presenting; ."the" diploma.
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WEST POINT APPOINTEE Cot Robert W. Garret (right),
commanding officer of the 20th Infantry Rejrfment, congrat congratulates
ulates congratulates Pfc James Glveng of "O" Company,-20th Infantry, on
: hta appointment to the United States Military Academy. Glv Glv-ena
ena Glv-ena will carter the Academr'a preparatory school in September
. and hopes to nter West Point in July of 1958. j
FOR TOlia HIGH-BALL CISIST
elwayj on CANADA DRY.
.; "Hi;Ii-B5!l wilful Cenda Dry
SALESMAN -' Opportunity for
young,- active '- salaamari; must
' speak English and.' Spanish flu-,
entlyr good basic salary wjth
ine'entive; excellent possibilities
of advancement. Please apply, in
writing and include photograph;
atate age; school education, past
experience and references.' All
' applications will be itrictly con confidential.
fidential. confidential. Address t Salesman P.
O. Bor134X Panama, R. K
LEARN BAL1ROOM Oancinaj
" Adulfs Teenagers'- rVetoeris
; Balboa Harnett and
Dunn, J v
ATTENTION COCOLl: Ann Laf.
: tin's'' School of1 Dance reopens
September 3rd (Tuesday). Re-"
gister August 20th and 27th, '2
, to S f'm, Cocoli Clubhouse" Stu-
. die, aacond floor. Residence.
' phone Balboa 2-4415. v
LOST;- Aug., 1T small white
' female tn4tty, 'on. highway near
Mindi dairyi Short tail black ears,
One black eye. No collar. Phone
Margarita 1 853,' r
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and "Carrougel'Vand Singer Jack Cassidy, her husband of A
year, are making' a bid for Hollywood tardom at Mr'.-and-,
Mrs. team. Here she displays the "new" Shirley she's lost her-,
eornfed look and her long tresses and in her new movie, "April
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Civil Rights Deal
Clears Way ... r-
For Adjournment of Congress
Aug. 24 (UP) Congress today held the key to adjourment a bi-partisan agreement to a
en.iHv nassae of the measure ww (jrouivmu j : .w r .... , ,
r sSRepubHcan leader William F. Knowland and House COP leader Joseph W. Martin Jr. Mid Pres.deht E,-
,enhJadeV Lyndon Johnson '..id he .xp.cted the 1957 session of the, 85th Congre.V no
die bv the end of next
WI:. eU.lr. oooosed the compromisi bill with its modified jury trial amendment, they were not
pected to try and ,toP it with a filibuster for fear of having to fight stiffer right, legislat.on next year.
The House rule .committee.
,t.i,.i. w two weeks has bottlea
h. mnfh rpwritten bill, is
picted to tct Monday so the House
can voij on u,iucu.j.
In rlt o eenfertnees
yaiNrday, Democrats ana Re Republicans
publicans Republicans worked out a com compromise
promise compromise to Buarantee fury trials
ortly In maior criminal contempt
catos resulting from violation of
court injunctions to protect vot voting
ing voting rights. ...
A Federal judge would have
discretion to ry minor violations
with or without a ury.
The compromise also spelled out
penalties in minor cases.
With a jury trial the maximum
would be six months in jail, a
$1000 fine or both.
If the judge in a non jury trial
imposed more than a 45 day jail
term or $300 fine, then the defend defendant
ant defendant could demand and be guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed Jury, trial.
The agreement appeared to
clear away the last roadblock to
early adjournment of Congress,
probably late next week.
Johnsoa predicted the measure
would be approved by th Senate.
But when Asked specifically if
Southern senators had approved it
he said he could not spean ior
them. ,. '" :.
It was obvious, despite ms -disavowal,
that Johnson had reason
to believe the 'Southern bloc in
th son.-itp would not resort to a
filibuster to block the provision,
Martin siid flatly, "I'm quite
sure the President will sign It.
Vmuiinnri said he believed so too,
adding that "they liave been ad
vised of developments, me wr
and Democratic leaders agreed
that th bill, as amended, would
pass both houses,
rtomitv attornev seneral Wilu-
who will advise
the President on the bill, played
a leading role in the day s negoti negotiations
ations negotiations on the compromise.
Johnson said the new compro compro-misi.
misi. compro-misi. would Buarantee an "abso-
int" riffht to a iury trial wnen
severe penalties were invoivea,
hut wniild nermit wages to try
minor caser of criminal contempt
without a jury. ....
The administration Dltteriy op
h Spnatp nrovision. wnicn
nmviriprt fur iurv trials in all
criminal contempt proceedings,
nt inst thns in vol vine .civil
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VjSHARINC HER SLACKS There no argument about who
wear the pant ki this family there's plenty of room in there
for both, husband and wife. The slacks belong to Rose Price,
f 'Washington DC, who wort them all by herself before
.losing 204 pounds in a group diet planj Now, she can share
. (hear with h husband, Sigmund. as shown in this McCall's
Magaxia photo. "Dr. John R. Pate, director of the Bureau Of
tseas Control of the District of Columbia, developed the
group plan, with which be has pared off an aggregate of more
- than seven tons from S00 men and women.
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riehis. L contended that this 'wouM
make impossible the enforcement
of many non-civil ngms laws.
The Democrats orifiinaUy pro.
posed that the Senate provision he
mvdir-d merely to provide for
jury triaif. in voting rights cases
in federal distric courts.
The Republicans countered with
a suggestion that the provision be
limited to right-to vote cases, but
that the iudge be given dis
cretionary authority to hear the
case without a jury if he limited
his penalties to $300 fine, 90 days
in jail, or both.
The new compromise goes about
half-way between the two earlier
Democratic and Republican pro proposal.
posal. proposal. If a defendant should lose a jury
tral, he would, upon conviction,
be liable to a maximum penalty
of $1,000 fine or six months in
jail or both.
Ray burn said a further modifi modification,
cation, modification, would be made in the bill,
by agreement with all concerned.
To Delete Provision
This wduld remove from the bill,
as approved by both houses, a
provision under which newspaper newspapermen
men newspapermen might have been fined or
jailed for disclosure of evidence
taken in secret sessions of a new
civil rights commission to be es established
tablished established under the bill.
Raybum did not disclose
prec ly the correction to be
made. But he said its effect' would
be to make it clear the ban
against such disclosures does not
apply to newspapermen.
Martin, who had been outspoken
in his criticism of the Senate ver version
sion version of the bill, indicated he was
supporting the compromise witn
some reluctance. He sad "It's not
all I'd like but it is the best that
can be secured under present con conditions."
ditions." conditions." Knowland laid: "I think the
compromise proposal is construc
tive, fair, a nd will have over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming support in both houses
"Mr confidence in reasonable
men is confirmed. This should per permit
mit permit a bill to be passed by Con
gress next week, roe compromise
it good. It
bill this year. I
price is too hgh.
Ray burn, who outlined tne pro
visions of the compromise, said
only that it was a measure he
could support. i
Rep. Leo Allen (R-IU), top
Republican on the key Rules Com
mittee, jumped the gun on the of official
ficial official announcement, telling news newsmen
men newsmen of it jninutes before the big
four congressional leaders held
their press, conference.
Allen said one of the four GOP
memlers of the committee prob probably
ably probably Rep. Hugh Scott (R-Pa)
rather than himself would supply
tne necessary seventh signature
on a petition to convene the com
mittee, probably Monday.
4 Democrats Signed
Six Democratic members of the
12 man group already had signed.
The unusual parliamentary tac
tic was necessary to force a meet
ing ever the objections of Chair-
if the price of getting a
do not think the
Some bJa leooue baseball teams
don't rtove to worry about being
witched to another town. No
other city would wont them.
man Howard W. Smith (D-Va),
foe of all civil rights legislation
who tteadtastlv refused to call a
session.: The committee's approval
is necessary lor House action.
. The hinartisah discussions be-
ean shortly after 1 pro" civil
rights groups called upon House
Democratic and Republican lead leaders
ers leaders to "'agree upon a course of
action that will break the current
st lemate and will result in the
speedy enactment of a meaningful
Thev sfiid that both Democratic
and Republican proposals for
strengthening the jury trial provi provi-sioh
sioh provi-sioh "taken together" would
strengthen the Senate bill .and
Provide a "reasonable basis lor
Warns On Delay
"Those who persist in' stalling
the progress of the bill must bear
the onus for any failure to enact
civil rights legislation this year,"
their statement said.
Anion the signers were Roy
Wilkins. executive secretary of
the National Assn. for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored People, and
Walter P. Reuther of the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO United Auto Workers.
'Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" I Abraham Lincoln.
JInd f EAR
PANAMA, R. F. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24,-1957
Committee; Decides It's A Waste Of Time -Breaks
Off Questioning; But Subpenas Hofra
Man Hot Interested
In Ex, Just Wants
To Help Daughter
ATHENS." Ga. W) The for
mer husband of accused embezzler
Margaret Lydia Burton says there
is little he can do for his ex-wife
but he wants to help his daughter.
Jasper w. Burton, 57,' t hotel
clerk here, said he met his wife-
to-be in the Panama Canal Zone
in 1934 and they were married the
following year, they separated in
1938 and have been divorced for
12 years. -''" "l '
Mrs, Burton was arrested In
Tulsa, Okla., Wednesday, along
with the daughter, 20-year old
Sheila Joy.-She is .charged with
embezzling f 100,000 from a sub suburban
urban suburban clime in Atlanta.
The FBI revealed that Burton
lives in Athen, only 80 miles
from where Mrs. Burton had
set. up shop as socially-prominent
Mra. Janet R. Gray, a lover of
fine dogs and bookkeeper, in the
clinic. Burton says be bad no idea
she was in the area.
"What can I possibly say about
my ex wife?" Burton said.
"There's little I can do for her
now. But i n very much interest interested
ed interested in getting in touch with Sheila
Joy and in helping her all I can."
Burton did not give details of
his marriage, nor would he say
why they were separated and di-forced.
Aga Khan Reported
Engaged To Marry
Egyptian Girl, 16
CAIRO, Aug. 24 f.UP) Th
government newspaper Al Goum-
houria today reported that the
new Aga Khan, 20-year-old Prince
Kanm, would marry a u-yearoia
It said the engagement of the
American-educated leader of Is
mail! Moslem sect and Mona el
Badawi would be announced i
Cairo in the near ftitrre.
According to Al Goumnouru the
new Aga met the girl when he
went to Aswan oa the Nile last
month for On funeral of his
grandfather, whose rank and titles
It reported that she had tag
lish and French schooling and was
interested in horseback riding and
f WASHINGTON. Aug. 24 '(UP)
The : Senate Rackets Commute
abruptly 1roke off the questioning
of Teamster crown "princ. James
R. Hoffa yesterday after deciding
it would be "a waste of time" to
Before 'dismissing the forgetful
labor leader, a. man ..with "no
m. tory," ..committee : Chairman
John L. McClellan CD-Ark) served
him with a aubpena requiring him
'to return at somf Juture date" for
lurtner quizzing, a :
j McCieilsn also made public
48-eount list of "conflicts of in
terest and questions ble actions"
charged to Hoffa during the latest
series of hearinss. ; 1
1 During the last part bf his four-
day : stint? in the witness chair,
Hoffa repenedly claimed be could
Dot remember events tne commit.
tee attempted to question him
Among things he said ha could
not recall was whether he. ever
used Miniature wire recorders to
spy n union and political meet:
tags and grand juries.
' Tha exasoerated McClellan fi
lially called a brief recess and
after a committee huddle an
nounced that the hearings would
be Suspended for the time being.
He observed tartly that they had
"proceeded to the point where the
witness has no memory."
In the questioning Hoffa, a
Teamster vice president, told the
committee that Union president
Dave Beck made the decision to
charter seven "phony" locals in
This was his answer to the com committee's
mittee's committee's basic charge that Hoffa
himself, who now seeks Beck's job
set up th locals In a echeme with
racketeer Johnny Dicto grab un union
ion union power the New York area.
Asked About. Recorders
After 1 giving '1 tt i testimony,
Hoffa's memory appeared to fail
rapidly, particularly as concerned
the four mmifons miniature re recordershe
cordershe recordershe said he bought to re record
cord record union and political meetings.
The committee played two re recordings
cordings recordings of wire-tapped, telephone
conversations in an effort to show
I s Urn
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TESTIFYING t- This Is a view of the crowded Caucus Room' in the Senate Office Building in v.
Washington at James R. Hoffa, tight, began his testimony before' the Senate Labor Rackets r v
Committee. Seated beside him is Attorney G eorge S. Fitzgerald,' of .Detroit, (
that Hoffa got the recorders -"To the best of my recollection Hoffa bolted from the room a
through Dlo. McClellan said a I must recall on my memory ;, I the committee recessed, saying
Brand jury was investigating Hof- cannot remember," said Hoffa. ."I have ; no comments whatso
fa' when he bought the minifons in : Unlike .peck, ? who invoked,, his ever." fJ v
195J. I constitutional protection against u
. "niHn't mn huv thnm for the (telf-inerimination to avoid answer McClellan said the xiihnfl
specifie purpose of placing them ing committee questions, Hoffa did called for- Hoffa to produce his
on witnesses before iney weni mio not usi tne mn Ainenumeni. jouv personal jeeoras ror committee
grand jury room, so when!
com plete record of wh at
McClellan, in his summary at inspection immediately. He said
they came out you would have a .the end of the committee session, he did not think Hoffa's mefhory
if wnat i, wy cited "contrcts 01 jnierwis m-lapses. ..would be grounds for con-
said" t Mccieuan asKea. "Ana
Hoffa's loanz from friends in busi
ness with Teamster contracts, and
other Hoffa business, ventures.
Point 48 in the summary noted
didn't you use them for that pur
UT wAiild 11V in nwer. Kit I
nnnt rcl! Hoffa reDlied. that Beck took the Fifth Amend
After further verbal jparnng, ment liO times during one session
McClellan asked if Hoffa thought and that Hoffa "either avoided or
"the committee and the public are equivocated the answers' to. Ill
so stupid they believe you Wouldn't questions at Thursday's session.
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LEAVES "TO BED CHINA An unidentified gin hias iare iare-weU
weU iare-weU "Robert Cohen of Loe Angelcu heleavei Moscow
aboard the "Pelplng Special'! for Red China. Forty-one young
Americans made the trip as guests of the Red Chinese Gov Gov-irSmerit
irSmerit Gov-irSmerit They went lS spite of i Ui. Stat Department
wS that faey wUl be considered "willing tools" of Rus-v
.: h gian propaganda.. i
Canal Zone United Fund Trustees Give Approval
To 7 Major Policy Changes; Drive Starts Oct.; 14
Seven maior policy resolutions
1 were passed by the Canal Zone U U-i
i U-i nited Fi nd board of trustees this
week, parwg the way for the start
of the 195T campaign that will be be-I
I be-I gia here Oct. 14.
j Key items unanimously approv approved
ed approved by the board at Thursday's
4 meeting ia the Administration
! Build Jig bot-rd room at Balboa
j l.. Establishment of the dales
. for the J7 campaiga as Oct, 14
' through. Not 30.
) 2. lricorpratioa of the Canal
! Zone Unked Fund sader the laws
I of the Mate of Delaware. .
! 1 Affiliation of the local United
Fund organization with the Unit Unit-H
H Unit-H Community Fuada and Coun Councils
cils Councils e America.
4. DtltiifM autHeriry H
i rK rtiti's eaeewtiv cm cm-1
1 cm-1 mtf t carry elf W(int(
f n OiJ u4 Fund eWiat the
intervals bwtweea Hie ejuarterty
meetints 4 the heard ef true
toes, with arevitiM fer cemsilete
rarfinfl ef Ha ectivifiM an4
the beards retenfieft f aetheri aetheri-fj
fj aetheri-fj trior or revoke eny ect(ft
f the eeutive cemmirle.
I. Authority to the president.
executive vice president of execu executive
tive executive director to approve expendi
tures ia connection with the au authority
thority authority granted to the executive
committee, w th aa additional pre pre-visioa
visioa pre-visioa that pre-campaiga spending
will be limited te acessarr cam campaign
paign campaign and administrative supplies
. Designation of the Chase t a a-hattaa
hattaa a-hattaa Bank as the repository for
funds of the Canal .Zoe United
Fund, and aiaitioaal prosedural
Hems csnctrning withdrawal of
funds isd bonding of fund persen-
I. Approval el pleas of the ad-
missiuns committee for Screening
and acceptance of applicants for
parti'jf atkm ha the Canal Zone U U-aited
aited U-aited Fund.
; The trustees' meeting, the first
held since the formation of the
( antl Zone United Fund organiza organization,
tion, organization, had representatives present
from all major communities, gov governmental
ernmental governmental agencies and service or or-ganizatioBi
ganizatioBi or-ganizatioBi e the Canal Zone.
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la ennewncinfl afans far the
lrS7 fmp, which la Wa Wa-4
4 Wa-4 aevi4t e faliehare, ene
rime way ef eemminilty fhrine,
6. William I. Potter. Unitoel
Fvad prttU t, emalMsize4 te
the br4 aneinbera that the
Canal Zen United Ptmd baa
mad previsiea fer an tvalifi4
KmIHv, weltam, efttniity and
aerriee rfanliatiefis to tpptf
. The report by the admissions
committee chairman. District
Court Judge Guthrie F. Crowe,
bore out the Governor' remarks
whea he told the board that all aa aa-"tional,
"tional, aa-"tional, and local agencies have bow
bees contacted far membership
in the Cas! Zone United Fund,
and that applications hart beea
forwirdeq to theeo indicatag la latere
tere latere rt.
(Xiwr committee reports te the
board included the budget snd al allocations
locations allocations committee beaded hv
Kaymoad Gordon, the campi.cn
comnubee reputed ry A. J. O' O'-Leary,
Leary, O'-Leary, deputy clainnsa, and the
promotion and public y Committee
beaded by Utor Frederick F.
la the rt ports by the campaign
and proaaeooa and publicity com committee,
mittee, committee, the pre-campaign budget
requirement was oevelopee at a
Didpers Flown In
For Moscow Babyll
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r MOSCOW, Aug. '24 UP J I Wthe
Scandinavian air; system opened
tempt ,;of court action. t
Weather Or Not
" This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,.,
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorolo-(rieal
(rieal Meteorolo-(rieal and Hyd regraphie
: Branch of the Panama Canal
Balboa : Cristobal
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Russia's first ... international 'air HUMlDiyyj
t eiArvitai VActftrriav tni thft 4 "V
benefit of the youngest memberI !r
Moscow's American colony. v.........
The airline "flew in a -ahipment'iarrttnvX'a v-
of disposable diapers from Stock-. .-,.'-" f'xii
holm as part of a twice-monthly f -'Mm? mph W-18
delivery tor io-weeK-oia r em cuz- kaim tmcnesi... e
man Bassow. i k v
, Mrs. Bassow asked the airline
to fly in disposable diapers on a
regular basis because Moscow has, 3:02 a.m.
no diaper service. I 3:24 p.mv"
daughter -of United. irtt "top v' v'-.nnnmniit
.nnnmniit v'-.nnnmniit Whit. WATER TEMP:
SUNDAY,' AUG. 25
1:12. J:l. :M, 1:02.
A STORY OF
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1:15, 2:42, 4:40, 8:38,
All about a little.
nrcrboat girl who
taught o sophisti sophisticated
cated sophisticated bachelor -i
about love!. K
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