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Jchh Foster Dulles
WASHINGTON, Aug. 27, (UP)Secretary,of Stat John Foster1 Dullet, at his
news conference. today said that even if the Soviet Union has succeeded in achiev achieving
ing achieving tn intercontinental ballistic, missile (ICBM)this does not swing the, balance of
military power in favor of the' Russians. t j. (
The secretary said the sudden Russian announcement, of a successful ICBM at
i this particular time might well be motivated by political considerations, such as th
, leftist coup in Syria,. the London disarmam ,t; talks and the ; forthcoming meeting of
the U.N. General Assembly., ' t f y 4 t
Dulles said that many military authorities do not believe tha th perfection f
.'Suif iwdivi, on wniurt m w.o i misp worKing, win renaer ooseieie ine U.9. strategic
Air Force which consists "of. Jong-rang bombers, h' v ' i
30,000 Cu. Yards
Of Earth Dredged
From Canal Prism
Tho Bredcina' Division has re
wove. a total of 30,000 cubic -yards
of material of tfle slide, which oc oc-.currert
.currert oc-.currert ten day ago on the Canal'
' east bank below La Pita signal
station. The dipper dredge CM'
cadas is being used for the work,
It i estimated that aDoroxima-
etly 7,000 more yards of earth and
rock are in the Canal prism and
as much as 10,000 cubic yards ad additional
ditional additional may move into the prism
as excavation continues at the toe
of the slide. The excavation of
the slidn material is expected to
continue for several days. " -'
The bank break at La Pita has
caused .no interference to ship shipping
ping shipping as the Canal at that point is
400 iert wide and the shoaled a-
rea px( only about 60 "feet
3nii fie ( huh 1.
-j. tM m,. fin !i the sl!Jr
area;1 conliniiod ail dining last
week and a large boulder was dis dislodged
lodged dislodged and fell, inta the channel
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- There is still considerable, dif
ference of ODlnlon between mill
try authorities as to whether
a guided missile or a bomber is
the most effective way to get an
explosive w its target.
: The secretary said that he as assumed
sumed assumed there was some truth be
hind the dramatic Russian an
nouncement', that some degree
of success had been achieved
with the ICBM.;
nowever. ne aaaea. tne decree
oi iact m the announcement is
obscure; v ,
Dulles nointed out that if the
"target area", which the missile
is said to have struck was the
size of a room, then- there was
great significance in the an announcement.
nouncement. announcement. '
He declared tnat there was
considerable elasticity in the
statement and the facts -. were
600 Children Of PC Employes
Will Ride Free School Buses
But if the "tarstet area" con
sisted of several hundred sauare
miles men It did not mean so
mucn, . "i -1
Given Sentence ;
On Larceny Count,
I don't think this man Is enti
tled to any sympathy," observed
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe this morn
ing when a defendant pleaded guil
ty oi burglary lor the second time
within seven weeks. '
Becae of the limitation of funds approximately only
? 600 pupils of a total of 2500 Panama Canal Company-Canal
Zone Government employe's children, can be riven free bus
; transportation when the U.S. schools open September 4,
J?J?.",rdl E' EsMr Superintendent of Canal Zone schools
V. Children being provided with free bus service are those
r wno' live In flit.riit fehi.- .....i.t. .nui.
i,: available or whose homes r nmiMiraKU
t hooi. r r :: "vm
. pareme oi cnuareu who live Outside of these
is muel nd who wlsn to hTe u8 transportation for their
; children, can make arrangements for paid bns service by
i lli.1.11!. WsUter Hobby, Supervisor of Motoi? Transportation,
Pin,,1."- ub,lc Mo Transportation ; Division, at
I -3058. Adequate transportation at a nominal cost will be
f arranxed bv HObbr with th riml ... ....
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X Cojhbr Ftund ;
lain iio liCHiiced
Veza Vi!h Knife
Oirc.1 18 t::nths
? Attempting to rob a 72-year-old
woman news vendor by pushing
I.nii'e at her throat sent George
Earl CareWi 17 Panamanian, to
Gam boa penitentiary today for the
i next 18 months. The defendant,
wno is the son of an employe of
i the Canals Marine Division, is
also known as "Jorge Karu.", :y v.
' He pleaded guilty to having
; held a knife within a few inches of
the throat, of Mrs. Mercedes Oiler
at 10 a.m. on Aug. Z.i The crime
occurred at the newsstand operat-
cd by Mrs. Oiler at Balboa Heights
Railway Station.. .
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' First, the defendant asked Mr.
Oiler where the Spanish magazines
were.aisDiayea. When? she pointed
them out the started into the stand
with, the knife telling her: v
. "Shut up, and give me the mon
y v . .
that two Canal employes -in the
station heard her. oy R. Clark
and dward Sealey, said Acting
. District Attorney J. Morton Thom
son today came running out of the
station. They-nabbed Crew sear
, Thomson asked the 18 month
term for Carew, who has been con'
victed twice of petit larceny.-
Public Defender William J. She Sheridan,
ridan, Sheridan, Jf;.; conceded the young
man needs some kind oi supervi supervision.
sion. supervision. His parents are separated
and his mother lives in Panama.
Apparently lhe has no home, v
. Judgj Gi-thne F. Crowe said he
agreed that there had been some something
thing something wrong in Carew's environ environ-msnt,
msnt, environ-msnt, but remarked, "It's a terri terrible
ble terrible ccfense to put a knife at -a
person s tnroat.
A neal-looking relief cashier who
pleadel guilty to embezzling $650
from a nost-exchanee 1 1.000 cash.
bank for which he was resonsihle"
receivea. a once year suspended
sentence in U S. Dnstirct Court
Arthur Randolph' Thomas, 51 a
Panamanian resident of Pnehln
Nuevo, had bis sentence Suspend-
ea ior tnree years on the dondit nn
that he repay the money forthwith.
inai ne oreaK no law of Panama
or the Canal Zone; and that he
report regularly to the probation
In U. S.J District Court last
July 2, Marcos Aurelio Herrers
Izabel, 27, Panamanian received
a s two-year penitentiary sentence
for first-degree burglary. But his
term was suspended, and he was
put on, probation for two years.V
Before the month was mi. to-
wit at 11 a.m, on July 30, Herre-
ra entered- the pld Pacific Service
Center for the purpose of commit-
ung larceny. He had taken tome
tools 'with him, -and was causht
there-trying lo-remere brass jfioor
n,.aiea from a refrigerator, v
lie told one investlffator fhit Tie
intended to sell the handles' in P
na-ms for scrap at four cents a
pound, on. another '.ocassion he
said he planned to .use the- hand-
dies on a house he 'was buildin a
I Panama Canal Comnanv buses
wui collect their passengers, ex
cept for kindergarten numls. at
specified bus stops rather than at
their' individual homes.
.'Schools Division, officials noint
ed out that it -is not possible, m
cept for kindergarten' children, to
collect or discharge pupils at their
nomes becuase of the time a n d
expense involved. Pupils will board
buses at tne collection station
nearest to their homes. In no case
will mipil4 walking to' a collection
station walk farther than pupils
ior wnorn tree ous service is not
" Tentative bus stops have been
estsblished as follows pa the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific side. They will, he changed
later if experience shows other
locations to be more suitable.
He had (. previous record of
arresisvm tne zone oc fanama
; i.asi (seoruaryj .me court was
toia, ,ihomai. was promoted to re re-lief
lief re-lief cashier at the Ft. Clayton PX.
He handled cash during the
hour, on Thursday evenings, and
all dav SafnrHav ,Ths sehK&nii-
of $1000 was signed out .to him to
oe useo m niakinghahge,: with
unr uuoersranaing none of it" was
iu ue removed from the building.,
- Off Aug. $15. Thoma fnimH hi.
self $650 short He knew his1 cash cash-box
box cash-box was about to be ? audited, so
uuirowea wag irom the other cash-
t js'ving ner a slip. He hoped
his box would he audited first
and-that he could return the mon-
v2'er ,beore her, time me
to be checked. i-
- But the auditors checked her
L.X wwAnling the $650 duebill.
was necsed, he
ou'd preface only $1000 instead of
lJ,Bom". nas t(,t of about
1321 coming to him from leave leave-pay,
pay, leave-pay, salary and ntimn l.n
lt "iT- -"-r
... uuiu uie excnange service. He
also had brought, tq the court
A Zsh t0 Vke up thV
Unemployed Herrera is a for
mer-ticket taker at the Lux thea
ter and has also worked as a car
Assistant District Attorney J.
Morton Thomson asked for revo
cation of Herrera a probation and
a one-year sentence on the new
conviction. Judge Crowe followed
this, after Public Defender William.
31 Sheridan, Jr., had pointed out
me man s iacx of employment.
in passing sentence. Crnw
ssio: "i have very httle ivm
pathy for him. because I hut
just given him a probated sen sen-tence.
tence. sen-tence. I have given him an onnor.
luuuy lo snow tne court that he is
, -B'-uv VUllYJVbiUn
m Herrera had mUn hn
found guilty of larceny in Feb.
1956. : -':
" Residing In- Ancon -Grades 7-12
attending Balboa J u n ior High
School and Balboa High School
f Intersection of Frangipani "and
T.l as Sheets; intersection tf An-
con Boulevard and Mancam
Place; intersection ef .Manzanilio
Place and Loro Place; intersection:
ot iisyano and Chagres Streets;
intersection of Aneon Boulevard
and San JuanPlace; Intersection
oi uariei. ana. sos. riace; inteiw
section of Columbia and Herrick
Roads; intersection of Columbia
Road and Fourth of July Avenue.
San Juan Place, and Fish' Bowl
Area (Grades 14 attending Balboa
Elementary School) ;
" .. 'i' ' -. '"' .-'(,:" ..
Intersection of Bayano and Cha-
gres Streets) intersection of "Sosa
Place and Darien Place: intersec intersection
tion intersection of Ancon Bpulevard and San
juan rwce.'" a:
' Residing is Diablo (Grades 7-12
attending Balboa Junior High
School and Balboa High School)
Sibert Street? Intersection of Hains
and Davis Streets: Hains Street
in front .of House No. 5516.
" Residing in Gambna nrsrfaa v.
j auenamg jsaiooa Junlon High
School nd Balboa High School)
Sibert Avenue at the foot of the
teP leading down from William William-son
son William-son Street: intersection of William.
son Street and Harding Avenue:
J ad Win Avenue ht-ama u.n,..
os. iua ana no- Goethals Bouls-
vra m rront ot House 0261.
1 Residing on ; imiHnr
House 0930 to fuarri f.tln
J't namooo street,
and Bougainvillea j Street l(Grades
1-12 attending Balboa Elementsrv.
Ba boa Junior High School, and
Balboa High School)
CITY OFFICIALS are believed
involved in the stolen car rack'
et which has heen in operation
in Panama city for some time.
Detectives believe they have
broken ud the rlnar with the cap
ture of three men who have con confessed
fessed confessed their modus operandi to
police and possibly-have given
tne names or otner persons in involved
volved involved in the racket.
Detectives have discovered
that one license plate obtain
ed by on. of the thieves
through a municipal office in
the interior was not, issued
for the stolen car nor any
other automobile in existence.
Stop is en Bamboo street In the
middle of the block, .,
( .Residing in Los Rios "'.(Grade's 1 1-U
U 1-U attending Diablo, Elementary,
-Ba boa Junior HlghSchool a n d
Balboa High School)!.. v
Intersection of Camaron ." a n d
Do, Bocs Streets; intersection of
.m.ron ireet end Qtande
Place; intersection' of Camaron
J,"4 a.!lron steet r House
c.u; S .:VA"10? &trt.. .Mween
. J"U01 "na sequent Places:
j TOWeen nouse XVo,
6230 and House Nn. tana
ki. fS?-'6-" tte"ding Bal-
Mik c w ry f aioot Junior
c rC i uainoa
School).- ; , s
wp Is at gate entrance.
Social .Security Dr. Alfred N.
Gerald, who ..has charged -the
American a owner-manager, of
the plush Skychef ; restaurant
with discriminating against him
and his wife, yesterday .named
Jose M. Faundes as his lawyer
in. tne case now being bandied
oy Mayor' Jose cajar Escala,,'
Intersection of Morrison and
Parsons Streets) Magoon Place
near House No, 5356; intersection
of Sibert Street and Sibert Place:
intersection of Walker Avenue and
Ui Parley Hears
Of Asian Flu
There's a "house hv the 'ran,
road" out Diablo wav where
even tne laundress hn a ume
; Not only nloes the home home-maker,
maker, home-maker, or her spouse, buy tow towels
els towels in every .color Of the rain rainbow..
bow.. rainbow.. But on washday the maid
hangs them but to dry in the
right order red, yellow,,
green, blue violet.
PAt least. lit looker! riirht
terday, from the train..
Reds Accuse US,
Britain Of Lying
To Meddle In Syria
MOSCOW. Aug. n (UP) The
Soviet News Agency Tass today
accused Britain and the U. S, of
seeking pretexts to intervene in Sy
It accused the London Daily Ex
press corn-respondent in Damascus
of "fabricating" a report that
thousands of Russian volunteers
were arriving in syna.
This "is not the first time." is
ssid, "that the American and Brit-
lsn imperialists resort to lies and
slander. .in order to cover na
their provocations against the nra-i
I. M t . IliJJl.
iie ox uie niacue asst.
WASHINGTON.' Aur. ST VP
A U.S. Public : Health Service
Spokesman .said today there have
oeen snout 30,000 esses of Asisn
flu in the United States to date
witn confirmed outbreaks in 20
states ana the territory of Hawaii,
He said the 30,000 figure "prob-
my is an underestimate."
In addition, susoected outbreaki
of the new type of flu not vet eon-
nrmea oy laboratory tests, have
been reported in nine other states
ana Alaska, the sookesman
ssid. ... v-
He aaVe the report at the enen.
mx session oi a soecisl confer.
ence of health officers from all
state! and territories. The two-day
comerence was caned oy Surgeon
uenrrai leroy e. Burney to pre prepare
pare prepare for the nationwide enidemie
of Asician fin which is exoected to
strixe tnis tau or winter.
or. M. R. Hillemsn, chief of
tne Department of respiratory oi oi-seaaes
seaaes oi-seaaes at Walter Reed Armv medi
cal center, told the conference that
results from tests of the new vac
cine against the Asian flu on 70
human volunteers st Walter Reed,
have been very promising.
The Mayor yesterday received
a telegram from. Dr. Antonio F.
Enrlouei Navarro, president of
the Medical Association asking
"exemplary iustice" in the rase
in wmcn the restaurant owner
is accused of violating the Pan Panama
ama Panama constitution.
The Soclaf Security ward at
the Santo Tomas Hospital i will
begin operation Sept. 1, it was
announced today by ; director i
general Alejandro de la Quardla
Jr. t"-'-i .' v
; At r t'''ikniij u,iieiie Fi Finance
nance Finance Ministry revealed today
that former .patients are (ow (owing
ing (owing the Santo Tomas Hospital
more than $500,000 for med!
eal care between 4942 and
Bills will be sent out to all
debtors tomorrow. If payment
is not made within 13 nays, tne
Ministry will take the debts to
Thirteen men were imWi' ,j.L '211
6:20 a.m. today vhen a privately-owned pickup truck Voni
verted jntb a labor bus went off Gaillard Highway near
Paraiso and turned turtle.
The driver and all oceunnritc nf th rnmmtwM wut
e j ... , r lOlhlMI Hill"
cle registered in Panama live in Chilibre. o.,
txcept tor one student on his way to schoof. all bsj-
sengerj were tin. their way to jobs with the armed 'forces,
the Canal or in Panama, v 4 ? x
' Early this afternoon, Canal Zone police were still in investigating
vestigating investigating the accident, but had assigned no cause.'
At Ooreas Hospital. Margarito' Chevrolet nt im iw to'
Arauz Reina. 40. Panamanian. Canal Zone nniw aA tnri.v.
was reported in extremely crttl- it apparently was in o,a
cat condition as the result, oi condition; though it was tin
internal injuries. His recovery is certain whether a left rear
admittedly doubtful. tire found flafafterwards, hid
Also seriously Injured, but ex- been flat earlier
pected to recover, are Panama- jn some manner as yet ur -nlans
Ignacio Gondola Estrada, plained,- the driver lost con
age -about 35, who is suffering 0f th southbound pickup r -r
from head and Internal injuries, the foot-of Paraiso Hill -and
Jose, Gutlerrev0,- also in- yit -werved across thsTMs.
Jured internally,. A nto the shoulder ana,' t-srTie l
- The 10 other 'occupants, .iH over.somlnp to reit en
eluding. yer i;r'-'-')nr'rcer- riht eis. Ihe r.
its? Ut'-;"-.:-,SLle.-;Jcar the Chinese v'"
Hospltafior painful, but less se-r four persons' were i t
rious injuries.. They were U '- the front seat. ;
leased aboutv -midday. ... An Army ambulance and rr!-
The venicie was a vate veniciea rushed the inJutcJ
Opposition leader Norberto
Navarro and eight others arrest arrested,
ed, arrested, on July 24, following a rally
in Santa Ana Plaza called by
dissident First Vice President
Temlstocles Diaz, were released
Saturday after they were pa
roled 'by police ludee Antonio A.
Santamaria for good behaviour
wniie in custody in tne carcei
Two Cable Thieves
Get Gamboa Terms
Ike Will Veto
Two Pay Bills
Both the 11 percent classified
pax increase and the 12'4 percent
postal pay raise bill will pass the
Senate, according to information
received Trom At GE national
headquarters today by labor lead
er Minus m. Lioveiaay,
"But it won't set you s dime."
"twa thieves who pleaded
,,;itt, fiutv tn iinrootins' and cut-
ting up came x-t
man instaUation'wlll think it over
at Gamboa pemtentiary,
; Fish-peodler and shrimp pack packer
er packer Jn del Carmen Gomez, 36 Pa
namanian, will serve a year at
hard labor. ,!
Hi romnanlon. self employed
fruit-Deddler George Emanuel, 18.
Panamanian, received the same
term in the cable-theft case. ;
But Emanuel was already on
three years probation, from a one-
year penitentiary sentence for pe petit
tit petit larceny after a 'previous con
viction. Now be must serve the
old term, making a two y ear
stretch st Gamboa.
nL x. i i 1 1 7.
, mgnway was ary at -t:
time of ,the accident, and pre.
liminary investigation showed
no evidence of excessive- apeed.
The driver of the pickup works)
for the canal's corral In Ancon.
Under a private, outside ar
rangement, he drives neighbor
into town daily, Seven of the
passengers -work en the zone.
four in Panama, and the student
was reportedly en route t
Panama school. ',
The truck had eome in frVtn
Chilibre over the Madden rm
High Tides, Loss
01 One Fcnyfcoft
Curtail Service ;
' The court was told that both
men ssid they had been led into
the cable theft by one "Pachon,"
who cannot be found. They admit admitted
ted admitted aping cut various lengths of
a cable, of which the government
recovered some iww n. -.
The loot was secreted in the jun
gle not far from Thatcher High
way. Later tne defendants were
His information coincided with
the United Press prediction' yes yesterday
terday yesterday that if either or both pay
measures pass President Eisen-U.nffht whn thv ram hack
bower wul exercise his veto. I. taxi to oick it uo.- L
united Frese foresaw that oniv, iti.. nu th. i.,rh
mi yvmimt siuvca wuuiu xei sen
"th pay bills have already
Both pay bills
psssed the House.
A PACKET TIED WITH BLUE.
, l The.
1 : ...
sentimental Meg Cherishes Pet Recordings
Coniuring.Up Old Love For Peter Townsend
i Joseph Bernard James,-38, Pa-
a man) an. wax fined tin in iRalhna
llaRistrate's Court today for per permitting
mitting permitting en nnbeensed driver to
use ni automobile.
The driver -who ad no Bcense,
Henry Albert Phillips, 30. Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, was also fined $10.
Bus driver Armando Agustin Eo Eo-driguer,
driguer, Eo-driguer, Panamanian, was al also
so also lined $1Q for having no opera operator
tor operator s license. Imposition of sent sentence
ence sentence was wspenaed for him on a
charge of driving a tws which
moi save a steel frame.
LONDON., Au. 2 nrp IT tn
the bottom drawer of dressing
table in a royal bedroom in Clar
ence wouse is a packet tied with
blue ribbon.' ;I v
It contains phonograph Trecords
which have not been nlaverf in
years not, in fact, since the
young lady who sleeps in the bed bedroom
room bedroom said a last farewell te her
Even. royalty can be"-sentimefl-i
tal. Princess Marearet ii
a teenagef when, she began 'sav 'saving
ing 'saving the records whose, melodi.
coj ure tin tne nannv hnnr. t ..,
love or Crous Cait. Pmw Tn.
.send. They have not been played
since they parted in October; 1955.
' Townsend arrived hi OevM Us
night by ewtemobile from Con.
trai America. He was echedutee
, te ChlriqU Previse this
weming in bit Land Rever p,
en rewte Panama City.)
If you can believe palace
source, the packet now has much
more significance than env other
keepsake of a dead romance. It
iV tney insist, of no help at all
in tne puzzle of why a very ret
ty, very rich girt of exalted sts
tio .shouJil be .unmarried at her
rage-' v - -. .-: '..
princes MargaTef was Auf. 77
2X1 You have to go back Marly a
century to find a woman of the
blood royal who was not married
well before then. Queen Elizabeth,
for example, was 21, Queen .Moth .Mother
er .Mother Elizabeth-, 22 end the late
Queen Mary 23 at'their weddings.
- Twenty evea is practically spin spin-sterhood
sterhood spin-sterhood where royalty is coBcera-
ea. now ana tnen a courtier will
cautiously mention that Princess
y:una, sister or lung George
V, never married al elL v
But this is geaerallr eMmled
With an admission that spmster-i
uuuu is a cneeriesa nrnmnmr fnr
vibrant a young lady as Margaret.
wmpe fact h thet there j
ere very few imi ereend for 1
Margaret te marry mm, met
iSr et the right birth, b k k-twsnd,
twsnd, k-twsnd, relifien end weatth.
- It would tske an erdiaarv fellow
half A lifetime Just to leari the
duties aadl trscUtkms of the Job
If there is snr favorite at t
moment, h u wealthy Billy "Old
rstthful' Wallace, practically the
last survivor of the original "Mar-
garet set." The Princess doesn't
gd to night clubs as often as she
provided be wanted te put up with j used to. but Wallace wss her
vnuui Huiiv II rial rnrmr-
wkv uunciung ume snips or
cutting the tape of a new highway.
' Recently the princess bad a
fling with Lord Patrick Beresford,
23-year-old Guards officer. Lord
Patrick's fellow officers thought
the romance was the real things
but ft broke up. The Princess fell
be was too younf. accordine te
one palace source.
cart the last time the did amt
we iowb. ne anows bow much
water te put ia her occasional
' Uly-was around when the "set"
wss a small armv f vu-h j ,i
tied young men. One by one they
danced with the Princess snd
danced a wsy to marry elsewhere.
She didnt care thea for she was
ia love witk Tewuend.
the cabbie, whose nsme is Rome
ro, was not in on the cable-cutting,
he was sware that he was about
to transport stolen property. Rome Romero
ro Romero was fined $25 and given a 10-
day, suspended jail sentence in
Balboa Magistrate's Court on Aug.
Both Gomez and' Emanuel .had
In sentencing them, Judge Cuth
rie F. Crowe followed the recom recommendation
mendation recommendation of Assistant District
Attorney J. Morton Thomson,
SoIdl2r Who Fell
Sp2 Richard D' Robertson, 22,
a Ft. Amador soldier who was
se no 'i sly injured Aug. IT when he
fell from a tree, is improving ra
pidly at Gorgas Hospital; where
bis present condition is ood.
Army suthonues said today un
der questioning tnat on the Satur
day morning in question Robert-:
soa apparently just felt like climb
ing a tree, and cud so.
The tree wss on a bluff alone
the Canal bank. When the soldier
lost bis bslsnee. be fell 3S feet to
the rocks along the shore.
Some interruptions to nonf FT
perations of the Thatcher JTerry
service may- be expected -or- e
Dout lour days as t resulCOf ex.
tremely high tides and the fact
that one of the smaller ferries ij
not available for use.
' The ferryboat President Amedor
has been taken out of terrirv for
overhaul and is presently, hieing ''
replaced by the President Porras
which cannot be used st extreme
ly men udes. As a result,- only one
ferryboat, the President Roosevelt,
msy be in service for periods of a
bout an hour at high tides for the
next lour days,
The tide at Balboa yesterday
wss 17.9 feet, and the extreme,
ly high tides which occur st this
time of the year will continue for
most of uus week. When such high -tides
occur the ramp cannot be
lifted high enough t reach the
deck of the President Porras fop
loading and, .unloading:, v t ;. w
The second In the series ef
three injections gainst pr :
lytic poliomyelitis has befit
arranged for the Health Bu.
reau to be given tomorrow in
the main, entrance ef BuildV
Ing 28 in the Industrial Are
in Balboa.''-'' ;'. j ; ;-The
The ;-The injections' will be aJ
mumtna y rare, urns
Forbes, School Health urt,
at teaaporary Taceinetton
station which will fnnctjr"
throughout the day.
Given freo to adults by the
Canal Zone Chapter ef 'tfc.
National Foundation for. I
fantii Faralysia, the injee
tiene te be given Wedne?y
are primarily for- tbene
sons who received their f rt
tneculaUoAa U that area Ju'y'
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THE MAR BOX
a ha ii.pH at the Balboa swim
' mlngpool. The present card system is full of faults. The children
; Setiheir cards in, tnd then wait often cold severing
. what the attendant .rcrfc gh a stack of caMs and finds each
one.;, no attempt ai aipiiauc"" ima "" -
i to8 SJ?.1!- .v, r,art thPlr tests' and' are al
1 ir,i" ahmurt bP' issued metal tags which could be attached to
! r&fyjor adults, the showing of one's card is a great
' timeisaver as well as a money-saver," over the old way, but cnii-
; dren-and cards don't seem to belong together
Free swimming is fine, but even good things can be made
' better with a little organization. Some simple method of allowing
the Children to go in and swim should not provide too .great a
probjim for the efficiency experts at the Building, should one be
assigned to look after this trivial matter,
- Saving recently returned to the Zone from a States vaca-
tionI was amazed and saddened to see the horrible Physical
condition- Into which our transportation queens have fallen.
Therj are numerous, far below par items that any landlubber
7 van 91CK out, sucn as uic luuunms.
1" The big ship's, clock is completely gone.
iTh. con nine .nrt.nins in the har are torn and ragged.
Si The closet doors in the state rooms are Impossible to
-The spring checks on the dresser drawers are broken.
; s: The shower nozzles are forever leaking. .
. L The shuffle board deck Is so completely shot that it con constitutes
stitutes constitutes a safety hazard to play.
hesitate to think about other possible sub-par items be be-.
. be-. low deck in the engine room, for instance.
' Thi trouble doesn't appear to be caused by Zonians hell-
bent for Vacation land but rather by conditions of complete de de-1
1 de-1 preciatlon.' Time for replacements has long passed. Mainten Mainten-1
1 Mainten-1 ance schedules evidently haven't been maintained.
Hasn't theUS. Government a few thousand extra tax qoi qoi--
- qoi-- lars to keep tha Ancon a first-rate ship? If no Government
' funds are forthcoming, couldn't a "foreign-aid" loan be nego negotiated'
tiated' negotiated' from Panama, Japan, West Germany or some other
prospering nation? Must the remainder of the Pananur Tine
fleet uccumb to the ame fate that befell our oncerproud and
""f'W ... T,...lr
All "these fond mothers writing aboutaif-conditioning the
i schools in the Canal zone give me a pain.iu-i necn. mcy
not only Coddle' their children at home, but they want them.w
be eoddled outside too. ;
Why should they have air-conditioning when we poor shop shoppers
pers shoppers have to struggle through the hot commissaries day after
' day? -And many of us who work in offices have to put up with
hot air from all sides.
Letf the kids sweat, I say. It will open their pores If not
t 4?- is Progress
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I FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL INSIST
always on CANADA DRY
"High-Ball without Canada Dry
1 is Foul-Ball"
By VICTOR RIESEL,
PARIS The Prime Minis
ter of France chain-smoked his
cigarettes. But that was the on
ly sign of tenesion as we talked
in a room of an old palace not
too far from the Eifieel Tower.
As Maurice Bourges-Maunou
ry spoke I thought of the gay
American tourists seeing the
sights unaware that our own
safety,, our own national secur
ity, was beinc threatened and
mat jfTencnmen were aymg on
a iar oif batueneid lor us as
well as themselves.
That battleetleld stretches a
cross the plains and mountains
01 Algeria from the North Afrl
can coast to the Sahara.
"You Americans do not realize
that we will have a revolution
in France if we lose Algeria," the
Prime Minister said very quietly
"Not only will we, the lead leaders
ers leaders of France, lose France; you
willk too. The French people
will go Into the streets as
they often have. They twill
turn us out In a fit of revul revulsion
sion revulsion against the West for hav having
ing having let us fight the rebels a a-lone.
lone. a-lone. Th French people will
turn to the Eas,t, to Russia.
"Remember, France cannot be
a Switzerland. The French peo people
ple people never have been neutrals.
They will not be. They will look
to the East."
Grim facts fell from his lips I
like the long ash from the end endless
less endless cigarettes which he seldom
Thus he explained the Soviet's
role in the Algerian rebellion
which so many Americans ig
nore as we ignored something
called the 38th Parallel in Korea
before June 2S, 1950. ;
Moscow is playing it. cozy. M.
Bourges Maunoury explained.
"The Comintern does not
want us to lose too quickly to
the Algerian rebels.
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"Moscow supplies the rebels
with only 20 per cent of their
money and weapons. The
Kremlin knows it is not j yet
ready to step. into this part of
North Africa. It has ordered the
Communist Party to be quiet
there and in France itself. It
is not yet ready to stir revolu revolution,
tion, revolution, n
"So the Communists are quiet.
But they arej Infiltrating the
waterfrbnt anBonli i ? Algeria.
They are building new unions
there. And they are waiting their
chance In France."
The prize is great, .the Prime
Minister pointed out. If France
loses Algeria, the West loses all
of North Africa.. And most of
continental dark-Africa, too.
The French will Jose big new
industries and the Sahara oil
fields, new and vast reservoirs
which the Prime Minister said
could match those of Saudi Ara Arabia
bia Arabia and the rest of the Near
And if the French are driven
out of North Africa, the British
and the Belgians will be forced
out of central Africa.
Not only will the French lose
great oil reserves which could
make them independent from
the Near East for fuel, but the
Belgians and the rest of the
West would lose vast uranium
pits. And that's the stuff lhat
goes into th atomic and hy hydrogen
drogen hydrogen bombs. And the bombs
are what keep Khrushchev
barking instead of shooting.
"We want nothing from the
Americans but understanding,"
Prime Minister Bourges-Maun
oury said very quiltly.
"If it's nosslble.' we'd like It
understood that v we are not
flghtfnc a colonial war. If we
wanted .to kill Algerians, we
could arm our 1,500,000 French
people there and there would be
"We want no slaughter. We
want a democratic Algeria. We
are building factories. ..We are
raising wages. Yet we are criti criticized
cized criticized by representatives and
leaders of American labor."
' Later, the head of the Pre Premier's
mier's Premier's Economic Council ex explained
plained explained why the Prime Minis Minister
ter Minister believed there might be rev revolution
olution revolution and why there mlht
never be another free election
I pass on these few figures
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER I
'No Pomp But Plenty of Circum-
ar.anr.es : 1 go not lane siues m uic
current tempest in Buckingham's
teapot because I'm in enough lese
majeste trouble over there alrea already.
dy. already. But this is what I hea:
There's a strange three-way coa
lition between the Socialists, the
international banking houses, and
the Mountbatten family with its
blood ties to every European royal
house and its commercial ties in
every country on either side of
the Curtain, and it hopes to cuse
this as a pretext lor tne long-talked-about
"putsch" to have
Parliament declare Prince Prince
"co-King'V in the fashion of Wil William
liam William and Mary, husband-and-wife,
cousins and joint sovereigns. Ar Argument
gument Argument will be that the Crown
needs that firmness and Stability1
(staoiuty, 01a you say 01 a
Nothing ; Much From Nowhere:
A fan (I mean the fan) writes to
congratulate me on breaking the
Mickey Rooney Elaine Mahnken
split first. So thanks, bud, but I'd
forgotten it, even if I did. It's nice
to get cheers, however, for the
one-out-of-a-hundred that breaks.
Most of the others fall by the way wayside
side wayside and are forgotten, except by
the press agents who pick them
up and send them out on another
round of the columnists, some sometimes
times sometimes verbatim to the guy who
wrote 'em in the first place ... So
here are some more: Casey Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, the scripter who severed fom
ballerina Tamara Toumanova, is
getting aound with Joan Walh Walh-strom.
strom. Walh-strom. (Who's she?) ...Mark Da Damon
mon Damon and Susan Kohner, s h e's
Paul's daughter, are ditto on the
above item 1 ... Now let's get this
Russ Tamblyn-Venetia Stevenson
business straight. Are they recon
ciling? Is Russ donating diamonds
to airlines stewardess Barbara
Peck Is Venetia serious with
the Pelvis or was that a publicity
stunt? (I don't know. I'm ..new
Times Sauare With Palm Trees
Miami Beach having the biggest
Summer season m history, but
what's going to happen this Winter
with a dozen or more "This Year's
Hotels?" v.. Mike Foy, new po
lice chief of the Gold Coast, got
orders to "Keep the City Clean"
and this has nothing to do with
the Sanitation Dept... Spiciest
reading of the year is the minutes
of the Grand Jury investigating
vice on the beach. Would be a best
seller if published ... Couture, the
local Hertz agent, up with a new
idea: Rent a U-Drive-fishing-boat
L'Aiglon. last year's expensive
suppcr-club flop, reorganized as
private club, after first being
offered to and turned down by(
Perona, Vito; Ed Wynne and Maxi
Loew ... Who said Florida is for
oldsters? Busiest builder there
wfth four hotels, several industrial
projects v and the co-op Mediter Mediterranean
ranean Mediterranean all going up at once is
Cal Koveng a callow 33 ...What's
this hush-hush business about the
the Trouville ; in Manhaset. One
drink and you make like an Injun
with firewater ... Calling all psv-
i-cmcsi itoiana uammon, tne reli
gious writer who's leading an In
ter-Faith tour to Europe, will in
ter v 1 e w top parapsychologists,
whatever they are. for a psychic
phenomenon show on CBS. (I can't
figure tins one out. either.) ...Bar-
T i.: il 1
ucc uiccsniu, uie popular maestro
at Washington's Shoreham, is back
after a two weeks tour of the Car-
into the U.S. Already it's another ribbean area for Intercontinental
"April in Portugal" on the Conti-1 Hotels, to plug Curacao as the new
nent ... Apache Kiss is the name tourist haunt ...Add Fabulous Cha Cha-of
of Cha-of Gigi's -,new vodka cocktail at racers: J. G. Taylor Spink, third
Canal Zone Residenti
? 1 r J 71
Pi Military Personnel
' "' J
(Residing In the Canal Zone
- or in Panama)
Count them well. Count them as 1 wife and kids of a Latin American
closely os your golf score mndlprexy hiding out in Miami? Not
the number of runs being bat-1 Batista, or is it?
ten in as tne oaseoaii season
PAY FOR YOUR
AS LITTLE AS
Pay 20 down when taking
out policy budget balance
of payments over months.
TAKE AS LONG. AS
10 MONTHS TO'PAY!
generation publisher of baseball's
bible, the Sporting News. Taylor
is a big time guy beloved by eve every
ry every player and fan, the unofficial
"mayor" of St, Louis.
Aloha to you: If you're going to
talk about the current Hawaiian
erase in New York, you've got to
give credit where credit is due
which is to Kei Yamato. a Yale
Law School graduate and a veter
an of the fabulous 442nd (Go for
Broke) Regiment. Kei was always
a big operator (even at New Hav
en where he sold used Rolls Rov-
ces to work his way through school)
so when he got but he found law
tod prosaic for his adventurous
blood. That's when he conceived
the idea of Orchids of Hawaii in
W. 56th St, where the loveliest or orchid
chid orchid of them all," his sister Irene,
has done so much to make the
Western world Waikiki wadining
conscious, with exotic blooms and
esoteric surroundings. Also books
the biggest Hawaiian shows, lua lua-us,
us, lua-us, etc., for conventions, and parties.
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y DKIW r I ARSON
WASHINGTON What happens
inside conference committees be
tween the House and Senate is
' Secretary of State Dulles was
suDDosed to be strictlv secret. This testifying before a closed door
is where differences between the meeting of the House Approopna.
House and the Senate are ironed tions Committee. It would be
out. "incalculably expensive,", he said,
in : iurh "- a rfimmit.ip.fi: ; Cfinteel to reduce the foreign. aid fund be-
Senator Saltonstall, Massachusetts low the $3,800,000,000 requested by
Republican, always loyal to Eisen- President Eisenhower.
hower, was putting up a vigorous Later he was reminded that ha
battle for all of the defense. mon- naa maae-ine same ommous warn
ey previously requested by Ike,
Democrats were arguing that Ei
sdnhower didn't really need the
Suddenly, right in the middle of
the argument, 1 a letter arrived
from Secretary of Defense Char Charley
ley Charley Wilson addressed to GOP Sen Senate
ate Senate leader Knowland of California,
stating that the Defense Depart Department
ment Department would accept the House e e-conomy
conomy e-conomy cut of $2,200,000,000.
xms was exactly what Senator
ing last year, but still didn't spend
all the foreign aid money provide
ed by Congres. ; v
"If the same holds true this
year and there is another carry
over of $500,000,000 of .unspent
funds, then you would spend about
$3,300,000,000 in the current fiscal
year," declared Rep. Winfield Den Denton,
ton, Denton, Democrat of Indiana.
"Nto, the total expentidtures art
expected to be slightly over $3,800,.
000,000,", said' Dulles. "We actually
Saltonstall had been arguing" a- spent, I am told, just about that
n.i.t amount last vnr
"M tripnii m TaW h.-1 "Then how do you exolain tha
Stheppard, California Democrat, fact nalf bmion dollars re re-looking
looking re-looking toward the Senator from: verted to the Treasury if you spent.
Massachusetts; "It looks to me as the whole -$3,800,000,000?" asked
if you're riding on a train that Denton. -
hag lost its caboose." I confess that when you get in
"I will concede," replied the10 xnese Promems of obligations
bkieblood Senator from Bostons "n(, commitments, etc.," replied
Back' Bay." that the nan on mv Dulles, "you can .easily get ma
rug nas been sneared from under. up,.
WHY IKI HAS TOUBLB
If you are anxious to set licht
on this question, please do not ask
me. i can talk to you about the
The incident illustrates whv thn oolicv that U invnlvnrl ; hnl T m
President is now having a hard not an expert on accountancy."
time getting his foreign aid monH Dulles had also testified that ha
ey- 1 -;- 1 was not interested in winning
Prior to this also, Eisenhower friends for the United States with
had demanded a .regular peace- foreign aid, didn't even care if it
time budget of $71,800,000,000: hut
allowed his',Secretary of the Trea- terested in stopping Communism,
sury to label such a budget as one' MaeARTHUR and red.scarb
that might cause a 'depression if anyone else had said it. Sen-
that would cud your liar." ator Jenner's Internal Security
Ike had also aid that if Con- Committee would have called him
gress wanted to cut the '.budget,' a Red.'
"it is their duty to rln n." Thpn Rut hers uat (!.n.l Ti::i :
later he began to defend his budg- las MacArthur, now chairman of
et. 1 1 s thn Rpminptnn Band rnrnhrotinn
Ike has got to quit nlavin mir- said to a mptinir nf atnrirhniriari
rors and cards jwitn the budget' the other day:
remariiea aen.i Huoert Jtiumpnrey "Uur government has kept us ia
of Minnesota "You can't kid a perpetual state of fear-rkept us
grownup menvJ When they see Ike in a continuous stampede of patrio-
&r f ?? help "t aU t0 019 ,cno1 tic fervorwith the cry of grave
bill, lobbying vigorously apainst national
Hells Canyon, sittinff on his hinds hn him mm wim ,ri :
regarding social security and min. home or some monstrous foreign
iiuiuu wages tor uie oeiieiu.w tne power tnat was going to gobble c
American people, they just arent us up if we did not blindly rally
going to vote a whopping foreign behind it by furnishing the exor- :
aid program for the benefit nf th hitant ftm. a,. vt i. ...
people abroad .merely because trospect, these disasters seem nev nev-theyget;
theyget; nev-theyget; belated, instructions from er to have happened, seem never
the President." to have been nuita rpal
Let 'em Eat Francs: The drastic
reduction in price of French francs
for tourists only, caught thousands
rolls on to the World Series.
France sells some 30 ner cent
of its manufactured roods to A I- of vacationing Americans with
geria. France sends that North their pants down, slicing the price
African country's oeoole tn?"- of the francs they bought to A A-erable
erable A-erable ouantitlea of food. If the merican by 20 per cent (They
Algerians broke ; away from weren't so smart after alL) This is
France and turned East as sy-inly beglaaiug. with a
ria and Egypt have, Algeria drastic devaluaooa on toe way-
would stop buying here.
At least X.06I,H wBrkers
arawld be Jebresa. That wrald
a eataatravble In a land with
IC.Mt.Mt wBrkers In aB, One
t af every five families would
f tjungry. They vnu tear
InU the streets it turn But
these leaders wb told tbesa t
bom of NoUung rrem very-
Then we d wonder how it where: Watch ior a new tu'ie
happened and why we have totalled That Mai orca Spell" by
fight on far off fronts. Duacaa MacDonald to spiU over
a real See. not a phony for visitors. 1
Nothing but a complete constitu constitutional
tional constitutional reform or as aU out revolu revolution
tion revolution can save Franca from a run-!
away inflation. The recent five-and-a-half
per cent universal pay
raise for all workers was the
trigger which bombarded the coun-,
General Afents for
;' United States
Fidelity & Qnaranty Co.
Don't blame me (I Only Work
Here): Roger W. Travers 11 (he's
a chemical heir) had a swell time
with all three -of the party, when
he took Betty George, the bubbly
singer, to Chateau Madrid .. To Today's
day's Today's Phyllis Kirk Item: Richard
Mark, the barrister.. .Juliette Gre Greco
co Greco and Bella Darvi are at the
haL-pulling stage on the French
Riviera. Come girls, act like gents,
please ... Monique Van Vooren,
the Belgian Bulge, says she bought
her newest, dress by installments.
(How come she only paid the first
More of the Same, But Why? Vi-
I wan suiue i ex, mat s agent Man-
"j i iaufc, i aces wun itosemary
Ace ... Dept. of How Come: When
a hoodlum takes the "V' Amend Amendment,
ment, Amendment, he's a moral lerer but
when a pinko takes it to protect
irauors, ne s a crusader for intel intellectual
lectual intellectual freedom (If you know the
answer please write me.) My
favorite Cuban: Captain Antonio
Arias,' former Cuban air fnrp
hero, Pan American tnd Cuban i
pilot and erstwhile managing di-.
rector of. the Casino NacipnaL a
reward from the government for
his service, though he never had
seen a roulette wheel or rrap table.
Now he's one of Havana'! Moae
real estate operators, just domplet-
aayscraper co-operative a a-long
long a-long the Malecoa ... Come, come
Senator McClellan. Ar. w.it.
Reuther, Dave Dubinskv and
ueorge Meany going to testify
(with GOPs allowed to cross-examine)
or why not? ... Definition
of Gemutliche: Lucbow's on nth
St. down where the Wunburser
flows. The Statue of Liberty, the
Empire State Bldg and Luchow's.
(That's New York.) ... Did anyone
P"nt the one about the Eskimo
D. A. who asked the witness:
"Where were you the night of Nov November,
ember, November, December, January and
February?" (If, not my lault lault-l
l lault-l a bo Eskimo.)
Musing of a Minx la Mink: I
There's no business like she-buii-ness.
r i t
Tk Har, .son Ships' Chrono Chronometer,
meter, Chronometer, 5' in diameter, taken at
th perfection of time-telling
, in the, XVIttth Century.
2 o ; 000 for accuracy won; by
. a -inch watch
Today, thousands of Rolex wrist-chronometers-1 fe4
. diameter equal this performance year in, year out ;
I "L Street
P. O. Bx MS, Paaama
In 1714,. the British Government
. offered a reward for an accurate
"method of determining a ship's
, position within thirty nautical miles
after a six weeks' voyage. N
'- The full award, of 20,000, was
. won by John Harrison, a Yorkshire,
carpenter ; his chronometer lost only
38.45 seconds in seven weeks,
an accuracy of within 9.6 miles.
Harrison's chronometer was
inches ia diameter. : ? f
Harrison's chronometer b one
of the high points of horologies!
history. Since its invention, watch watch-Makers
Makers watch-Makers have constantly struggled
to improve oa the standards of
accuracy-set by if.
Among the foremost names in
this field has always been that of of-the
the of-the great Swiss house of Rolex.
are produced in quantity, and match
the accuracy of Harrison's great
chronometer. t '
Rolex bav chosen to have the
. accuracy- of every Rolex chrono chronometer
meter chronometer efficially certified by a Swiss
Government Testing Station, whose -testa
are extremely stringent and
. These wrist-chronometers eaa
readily be iden tified by th Rolex Red
SeaL which bears the words "Swiss
Officially Certified Chronometer."
Mark this seal weD, for it is a
sign of perfection in watchmaking
that is not to be seen every day.
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7 AMR4.SSADOR AND MRS. HARRINGTON WILL
.iINNER FOR THE AMBASSADOR OF EL SALVADOR
The Ambassador of the United States of America, Julian
T Harrintton and Mrs. Harrington will give a dinner this
"fieninr at U Cresta in honor of the Ambassador of El Sal Sal-..dor
..dor Sal-..dor and Mrs. Francisco Lino Osegueda.
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;Mr. Aquilino Boyd
. 'Will Give Tea
c 14. I ina OsCCJUeda
Rovd. wife of the
.n-i.tr nt Fnreien Affairs Will
giva a tea at her residence on
Saturday in honor of Mrs. L 1 o n
rciioHa whose husband, the
!imhuHor of El Salvador has
' !iben transferred to Lima, Peru.
t The Ambassador of the United
States Of America Julian F i s k e
iHarrington and Mrs. Harrington
entertained at a luncheon at the
i Jfflhbassyv Residence at La Cresta
fcasaterday in honor of Senator
'Prank Church of Idaho and Mrs.
'CBirch ;: who are en route to the
umtca States irom nuenos Aires.
; Miss Jean Molyneaux, daughter
of Mrs. Amanda F. Molyneaux of
, Balboa and the late Mr. John J.
'Mfljyneaux will become the bride
of Mr. Gary D. Turner, son of Mr.
'and Mrs. Ned H. Turner of Mal-
Chapel at 7 p.m. on Friday.
' I a.
Be Ready, Son!
It'll really be, a
NIGHT to HOWL at
Sat. Aug. 31, from 9 p.m.
The maid of honor will be Miss
Katherine Molyneaux, sister of the
bride-to-be. Bridesmaids will .be
Misses Judy Sigl, Eileen Damerau,
Edna Oiaze and Florence Bauch Bauch-man.
man. Bauch-man. Junior bridesmaid will be
Lupita Abila, and Miss Moly
neaux s youngest sister, Mary Lynn
will be flower girl.
Miss Molyneaux graduated this
year from Balboa High School. Her
fiance is m the Air force at Al-
Miss Barbara Ann Ely will be
come the bride of Mr. William
Frame at the Ft. Amador Post
Chapel tomorrow at 7 p.m.
No invitations have been issued
for the wedding, bub all friends
are coimauy invited to attend
both the ceremony and the recep reception,
tion, reception, 'vliich will follow immediate immediately
ly immediately at the Tivoli Guest House ball ballroom.
room. ballroom. Dr. And Mrs. Johnson
Feted At Dinner
Dr. "and Mrs. Kenneth S, John Johnson
son Johnson of Albrook- Air -,Force Base
were honored at a farewell dinner
given by Dr. and Mrs. Augusto
Kamos at their home on Sunday
evening. ,. .. --r
Dr. and Mrs. Johnson are leav leaving
ing leaving shortly for Sebring, Florida',
where Dr. Johnson,.will enter pri private
vate private practice.
Tomorrow is the deadline for
reservations for the dinner party,,
which will be held in honor of
Mrs. Mae Dodson of Coco Solo
Hospital Nurses' Staff at the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Washington on Friday.
Miss Ethel Norstrom will take
reservations. Her telephone No. is
Mr. And Mrs. Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs; William A. sum sum-van
van sum-van f Cumndu announce the birth
M their, firsfc child. J & daughter.
Linda "Marie at, Sart Fernanco Pos-'
pital on Tuesday, Aug. 20 at 6:20
p.m. The baby weighed 7 lbs ll
The maternal grandmother is
Mrs. Dora Kridle of Curundu, wi
dow of the late Louis C. Kridle.
Paternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. J. Sullivan of Coco Coco-li.
li. Coco-li. (CONTINUED ON PAGE S)
flew B'nai B'rilh
Chapter To Be
Dr. Israel Drapkin of Chile ar arrives
rives arrives tomorrow night at Tocumen
to attend the inauguration ceremo ceremony
ny ceremony here of a new B'nai B'rith
chapteri n Panama. v
Drapkin- who has served with
the United Nations until recently
is president of the Latin Ameri;
can division of the B'nai trf B'rith,
is the governing body for all lodg lodges
es lodges situated in Central and South
Amer'ca. He will deliver the char charter
ter charter to the new group on Sunday
night at El Panamar Hotel,-where
the inauguration dinner will be
Dr. and Mrf. Drapkln will be
received at Tocumen Airport hy
Israeli Consul Aaron Eisen; Dr.
Salem Kuzniecki, director of the
Albert Einstein Institute, and Dr.
Igo Clattstein, president of the
Beneficencia Israelita of Panama,
as well as officers of the newly newly-formed
formed newly-formed lodge, to be called the
Irving Zapp chapter.
Also arriving, here to take part
in the ceremony is William Haber,
professor of Jhe v- University of
micnigan president of the Hillel
rounnauon and the organization
ORT and as a leading expert in
the field of youth education.
Haber has been delegated is fhe
official representative of the Grand
Lodge B'Nai B'rith in Washington
to attand the Panama inauguration,
Local members who will te
installed at the Sunday ceremony
of the Irving Zapp Chapter are
president Dr, Ma of redo E ngel.
yice prcsident, Carlos L. Zelenka
aviso? Rabbi Nathan Witkin, sec
secretary! stanleyFindaqua, trea.
. 0..uunriMniia and board
m!m r,,. M1SM sterB "d Dr;
In Serious Shape
In Naval Hospital
WASHINGTON,' Aug 27 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The condition of Sen. Matthew M.
Neely (D-W.Va.) was reported
'unchanged" today to authorities
at Bethesda Naval Hospital.
The 82-year-old Senator is suf suffering
fering suffering from a variety of ailments
that hav kept him in the hospi hospital
tal hospital mst of this congressional ses session.
sion. session. His condition is believed to
be serious, but doctors haVe never
publicity announced th.
of his condition. 4 .'
e i8t .time Neeley" appeared
In the Senate was early this month
ment. He had to be supported by
Umt' "i'nd two c,nM thf
He has made onlr n.un.i
visits to Capitol Hill from the hos-
. m me past several months.
BY. MRS, MURIEL LAWRENCE
9 (Mrs. Muriel Lawranco it on
vacation; In hr btne, noted
psychiatrist Eric Fro mm dis discusses
cusses discusses six fraquantlyaskad ques
tions on child-parent relationship.
His answer are condensed from
his book, "Man For" Himself,"
published by Rlnehart and Co.)
Q. Hew does a child learn the
difference between "good" and
A;.The foundations of our abili-
tv to differentiate between good
and evil arc laid in childhood, first
wi h regard to physiologcal tunc
tons and then with regard to more
complex matters of behavior.
Tho child acquires a -sense of
distinguishing between good' and
bad before he learns the differ
ence by reasoning. His value judg judgments
ments judgments are formed as result of
the friendly or unfriendly reactions
of the significant people in his life.
In viw of his complete depend
ence on the care and love of the
adult, it is -not surprising that an
approving or disapproving expres
sion on the mother's face is suf
iicient to "teach" the child the
difference between good and bad
In school and in society similar
factors operate. "Good" is that
for 'which one is praised: bad,'
that for which one is frowned up.
on or punished by social authori
ties or. by the majority or 0 n e s
fellow men. This intense emotion
al pressure prevents the child, and
later the adult, Irom asking eri
tically whether "good" in a judg.
ment means good for him or for
THE alternatives in this respect
become obvious if we consider val
ue judgements with reference to
things, if 1 gay that one car is
better" than another, it to self-
evident that one car is called "bet
ter" because it served me better
than another car.
A thing is called good if it Is
good for the person who uses it.
T Thr teen-ager attending a
party where there are several
chaperons should make It a
point to go Up and apeak to each
one when he arrives and to say
goodby to each when he leaves.
It is rude for a young person
to completely ignore adults, es especially
pecially especially those kind enough to
; With reference to man the same
criterion ot value can be used,
The employer considers an env
ploye to be good if he is of advan
tage to mm. the teacher may
call a pupil good if fie is obedient,
does not cause trouble, and is a
credit to him..
In much the same way a child
may be called good if he is docile
ana obtaient. The "good" .child
may be frightened, and insecure,
wanting only to please his parents
by submitting to their will; while
the ;''bad", child may have a will
of his own and genuine interests
but ouls vhich do not please his
parents. . r
! v tach notice for inclusion In Idle
column should be submitted in
type-written form and mailed ee
the bo number listed dally in Se- 1
eial and Otherwise," or delivereeV
hand to the office. Notices of
. meetings cannot be accepted
AuxilUry Meets T
Cristobal American Legion auxv
liary meeting Elbert S..,Waid Unit
No. 2 will hold a jneeting tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night at 7:30. Wendy Cotton
and Marie Bleakly- will give talk
on Girb Nation.
The San Antonio de Padua
Study Group, Credit Coopera
tive, will meet at their regular
meeting place tonight. A con
tinuation of lessons on credit
coopertive v functioning will be
read, and discussed. Members
are hereby reminded to attend.
Rainbow City : v
The Rainbow City Civic Council
will hold its monthly community
meeting tomorrow night commend
ing at 7:30 at the High School Stu
dy HalL ,.,
A very special invitation is ex
tended to occupants of the Can
tonment type quarters m in is
Aside from a jdetail report on
the recent Governor's-Community
meeting held in the community 01
La Boca: listed on the agenda for
discussion will be: air shipment
of fresh fruits and vegetables and
Nov. 11 swimming contest. ;
The entire community is wel
come to attend and participate i
By OSWALD JACOBT
Written for NEA Service
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As a result of my first series
of articles on the Jacoby trans transfer
fer transfer bid there have been so many
requests for further information
that I am going to devote this
week to it also. s
The JTB is used in respond
ing to the opening no-trump
and while it appears complicat
ed it really is very simple nro-
vided,, of course, that both part partners
ners partners understand it."
In the JTB the response of two
clubs is the normal Stayman re
sponse and asks for a majoi' suit
if the no-trump bidder holds
one. The- tw6 diamond, heart
and spade responses and the
three club response are all
transfer bids and guarantee at
least five cards in the next
higher sul Thus two dif"io-",-
shows at least five hearts, two
nearts at least live spades, two
spades at least five clubs find
three clubs at least five dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. The no-trump bidder must bid
the transfer suit irrespective, of
his own distribution, whereupon
the responder makes his appro-
Today's hand shows
transfer bid at work. .North
wanted to play four spades as
demanded whereupon North
raised to game.
The deuce of hearts was
6pened. South won with his ten
and played the ace and kin? of
Spades. He played .the' heartsi
next and discarded one of dum
my's diamonds on his fourth
heart. Eventually he lost one
diamond,' one; club and one
spade;f. to ji.fi i
j It will be noted that-if North
plays the hand he may go down,
but with South declarer there is I
no ieaa inac aoes not ensure nis
contract. v .,
r.iS!c Provides; RipEmcss
To Pinvhccl Cunbcrscr
piiti illii :
UNUSUAL-LOOKING, as well as eood-tastinr, bnnbnrrers
re vTVome chance from the standard rilcnln Tmrtf r. -: i
'r!'J By GAYNOR MADDOX
- - NEA Foodand Markets Edifor r,
E VEP. try combining e ro u n d
beef with undiluted evaporated
milk? s , -.'-' 4
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:ffr Pinwheel Bunbvrgert r-
... (Makes six servings)'
' Two-thirds cup (small cup) un
diluted evaporated milk, 1 egg,
Vjt pounds ground beet, : w cua
line cracker crumbs, Vi teaspoi,.
salt; u : teaspoon 'pepper.' V t e a-
spoon dry- mustard, u cup finely
chopped onion, V cup finely chop chop-ed
ed chop-ed green pepper, 5-ounce jar pi pimento
mento pimento cheese spread, 6 hamburger
bans, split in half .i
Combine evaporated milk', egg,
beef,, cracker crumbs, salt, pep pep-Der.
Der. pep-Der. mustard, onion end ereen mn.
tha -per.1 BleBu .together until well mix-
cu. fuim iucai. iiiiAiuic inw. ii-
inch square op waxect p a p r.
Spread with cheese spread. Roll
up jelly-rOll fashion ; seal v edge.
Cut into one-inch slices. Place each
slice on hamburger bun half, cov covering
ering covering completely. .Place bunhur bunhur-gers.on
gers.on bunhur-gers.on broiler pan. Broil five to
; 1 '4
TODAY :15 PJkt
4th CONCERT OF THE SERIES
THE NATIONAL ORCHESTRA
Conductor: HERBERT DE CASTRO
Rer. Father Russell Woollen
Soloists: LUISCARLOS GARCIA (baritone)
FATHER RUSSELL WOOLLEN
(Pianist and Conductor)
Works of: Beethoven, Bach, Haendel,
Mosart, Gluck, Russell Woollen
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the important milk nourish-
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hardly believe it. More milk
means a healthier family...
a happier family. So begin beginning
ning beginning today. ..start them on
Delicious Starlac Imprvtn
cooking too. So novrlthing
that doctors racommancf if
for special efiofs. i
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man eontTeaa-man who appointed him to Wert
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Grant." thinking hU llrat name
was Ulysses and that his mid middle
dle middle name was that of his moth mother's
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to seven minutes (or to tastes.).
i v Savory Meat Leaves
(Maxes six servings)
i Two-thirds cup "(small can) un undiluted
diluted undiluted evaporated milk, ; 1 egg,
IVi pounds ground beef, Mi cup
fine cracker crumbs, 1V4 teaspoons
salt, u leafpoon pepper, 1 tea tea-sooon;
sooon; tea-sooon; dry- mustard, Vi,.cup finely
--opec! green" pepper, -1 medium
sized tomato, cut in half 'and thin
ly sliced, 1 small onion, thinly
! Combine evaorated milk, ; egg,
beef, cracker crumbs, salt, pepper,
mustard aid. green pepper Blend
together until well mixed;' Press
one-batf of meat mixture into bot bottoms
toms bottoms of sir-waxed- paper -.lined
4V4x2HxlV4-inch individual ;l 0 a f
pans. Top with tomato, onion and
remaining meat niixutre., Bake n
moderate oven (35; grees F.) a.
bout 4? niinues.' Let loaves stand
in pans five minutes. Turn out on
platter. Note: Individual loaf pans
may he shaped from double thick-,
nesses of aluminum foil.
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1 21 Cheese eater
' '.' 22 Slipped
. 26 Affirmative
27 Plant juice
: 32 State ot mind
34 Hidden ,.i
' 38 Poem
37 Founder Of
; 40 Tropical plant
45 SmaU fish
32 Small islands
plant i '.
v 17 Oriental coin
2 Cooking smell
f: I Ability to
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5 Sea eagle
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rrursDAT, august 27, 1957
, PAGE FIVB
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Mist Denna Decker
Will Marry J
n Los AngtC'i '
Mir. nnnna Clair Decker, daugn
n rf Mr, -fihirence Decker, of
Tii AiipRles. California, and the
lato .iiiriPB Decker, has issued in
vitations to her wedding to Dale
Elmer Mahan. The wedding- Will
tak nl.n Saturday. Sept. 14 at
8 p.m. in the Wilshue Crest Pres
bytenan Church at 5211 West O
Jympic Boulevard in Los Angeles,
'Mis Decker resided in the Ca
nal Zone with her parents sever
al year.-, ago when Judge Decker
was Magistrate of tne a a i d o a
Court.; ' :
Paihion Shew, Dane ,,- v."-.1:,'.:
At Student Despedida 1
At Unieit Club, Friday ., "-
; '-? A gala despedida for students
"of the graduating class of Javier
College will be given at the Union
Club on Friday night.
There will be a fashion show
The Coffear Queen Miss Analida
Alfaro, the iieen bf Flowers Miss
Fabiula Velasquez and the Stu
dents' Queen of Carnavalito Miss
Estela de Ja Uuardia will attend,
r- Admiss.on is $1.00 per person
Twj valuable door prizes will be
given during the evening.
Teenagers Dane i 1
, The Teenager Dance scheduled
to be held at the American legion
ciud linn saay evening was can
celled last nieht at the meeting of
tne racmc youtu. committee by
memDers or tne leenaeer erouo.
Led by Miss Mickey Lavallee, the
stuaems agreed that u would be
Getter to schedule the ; dance aft
er the commencement of the new
school season, to insure a greater
degree of success and. to allow
inure, ume jor planning. i
au units involved.' in toe ar
rangements., were notilied of the
cancellation, and complete details
of the future activity will be an an-nounccd
nounccd an-nounccd later, ,.-',.. '. .
WILUAM STEPHAN (left) Fort Clay ton safety director, re receives
ceives receives congratulations and a certificate for having successful-'
ly completed a traffic safety course from Col. Josem R.
: Walton,, commanding officer, Fort Clayton, In- ceremonies
held (recently at Fort Clayton, Stephan' attended a, four-week
motor vehicle and traffic safety course jit Northwestern, Unlp
; verslty, Evanston, Illinois. (U.S. Army Photo) .-i
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Vonan Lists Reasons Why
She Likes Mothei'-ln-Law
DOES you daughter-in-law think
You might try checking yourself
against i t- ':;r"asoni nn young
wife gives for feeling lucky to have
ine rigm muuu 4uoni.-,- taw;
"She never tells any of her mar
ried children what they ought to
do. when asked for advice she
gives it, but she makes it clear
that what she would do under the
circumstances isn't necessarily the
one and only right answer. So you
are tree to take the advice or not
with no .hard feelings if you
oon, r.. r i v a '"
"She doesn't criticize anv of her
children of her in i laws i behind
their backs. So ier sons-in law
a d daughters-in-law as well as
her cluldreu.have the comfortable
feeling .that she isn't going to dis discuss
cuss discuss their shortcomings with any anyone
one anyone when she leaves their, homes.
she is a friend. If- you i. need
her, She comes. If sne needs your
help, she accepts it with thanks.
So her in-laws never feel she is
imposing on them or they are im
posing on her. . ?,
'" .); .- :- '.'''i'
?'SHE has a smile for everyone
and never seems to get upset over
little things. She doesn't wear a
long face or enjoy talking about
depressing subjects. That makes"
her "seem young, even to her grand grandchildren.
children. grandchildren. .; 1'v-v.-- 'v.' ii-V-'.-j
"She is very casual about" the
gifts she gives .and never checks
up to see why 'you aren't using
them. Some mothers-in law get
hurt of a lamp intended for a liv
ing room if used in a bedroom,
or if a gift is eventually replaced
by something else, -c.
' "She doesn't resent what her
sons are able to give their wives
or act as though It's a crime that
her daughters have to r work
If you meet those standards,
chances are your own daughter-in-law
feels just as lucky. ,:
i Sp.3 GARY ROGERS (left)," of the CFN radio ancf television staff, shows the television con con-trol
trol con-trol board to a group of girls from the Isabel Herrera O. prolessionaf school in Panama
City.1 A srroup .of approximately ,30 students from the school ; toured the CFN stuflios at
Fort Clayton as one of their class projects. N (U.S Army Photo)
New US Mediterranean force May Get
Nautilus To Counter Red Naval Show
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(PA-O-AKRON. nhln rvnn,rtl, .t- n Uli...
tanks, rmbber fceUows, leveliilnr valves and an air compressor
comprise-the' new Airide suspension system developed by The
Firestone Tire & Rubber, oCpipany. Compressed air, regulated
by ecial Kvellzlnjr valves, is forced info the bellows chamber
to compensate for heavy loads or allowed.ta escape in the case
f lighter loads. The exploded view shows the Alrlde sprln.
(Blaek) and reservoir mounted on its pedestal. Component
parts are: 1. Airide bellows (rubber and nylon), t air reser-
V opressor. 4. central air supply tank. air iup iup-ply
ply iup-ply vJInest 11 veil ring valves, i s r mr
William: Bright Jr. Elected
To Head Pacific Youth Group
William', J. Bright, kx.M Cu Cu-rundu,
rundu, Cu-rundu, was elected chairman of
the Pacific", youth Corpmlttee
last nl"ht at. the. meeting held
In .the board room of. the Ad Administration
ministration Administration Building.- -f .a
Bright was unanimously elect elected,
ed, elected, vies Mr. Gandy, resigned r
Bright, immediately after he-
tat crleftd by the committee
members, appointed a finance
committee and itUwas decided
by the committee present that
I all funds for the Pacific J Youth
Committee -should be isent, to
cne f the jlocai banks for de deposit,
posit, deposit, and placed Under the trus trusteeship
teeship trusteeship of the bank manager.
Arrangements are being made
,to accomplish Ibis. 'Z-i-J-Victor
Herr of Balboa Hlgh
I Echool was appointed f ; liaison
', chairman to conduct any neees neees-sary
sary neees-sary commanicstiona between
Teenager committees and 'the
j adult .Pacific Youth Committee.
consiaeraoie discussion was,
r-ven to the actual, work to be
cone In connection with the as assignment
signment assignment of a building for the
Ttr Club, and Jerry Doyle
cr int Desirrnintr Enrineer s of
fice exhibited preliminary plans
ior aaopuon if tn- tentative site
is spproved by the Governor's
A Teena-re delegation attend.-
ed the meetin". std Miss 'Mick
ey; Lavallee of the group. In
company with her student assis
tants, spoke of several projects
which yere contemplated by the
Teenarers.- After considerable
discussion. It was decided that
(it would perhaps be better If the
sctivitles were coordinated aft after
er after the commencement of the
1 new school season.
LONDON,-Aug. 27 (UP) The
U.S. Navy has formed a new
striking force in the Mediterane Mediterane-an
an Mediterane-an and may send in the atomic
submarine Nautilus on maneuvers
to counter a Soviet naval buildup
in : the strategic area, it was
Sources said the Navy' was con considering
sidering considering ving the Nautilus,
world's first atom-powersd subma-
.... 1 M 1 A. 1. mIuh'T
rine, its tacucai aeoui m niu
NATO maneuvers scheduled for
Sept 19 ia the Medlteranean and
Atlantic. Some 230 1 ships will take
part. 3 J
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Units of the U.S. th Fleet were
Mtneiiverintf in Western MedUer-
npn o waters early today on
routine exercises when' a big So
Viet navy cruiser and a destroyer
sailed in from the Atlantic under
blackout conditions and for the
second, time this summer nosed
into Western maneuver areas.
TW rrnfr Mikhail KutUlOV
and the destroyer Bezukorimennyi
which Sailed out of the Baltic last
Wednesday after Red fleet maneu
vers, enterea the Mediterranean
past Gibraltar before dawn with no
lights snowing. ,mey sauea east eastward
ward eastward close to the North Africa
shore, apparently en r u t e to
American sources In London
said the U.S. Navy bad formed
new striking force i the East
ern Mediterranean wnicn would
operate under orders from the
London Eastern Atlantic and Med
iterranean,, naval headquarters.
Tbey said it was expected to re
main permanently in those
group successfully after th 'in. American interest in the area.
tial establishment bv th nrfnitl (There have been reports that
committee and onnrwatin the Soviets were planning to use
the community. ithe Syrian t Mediterranean narbor
-"-. ..':''-; aj-? : of Latakia now that Communists
-Wss Lavallee and her assocl-'"11 er Ukin.?,v!r
aies, as weu as the adult mem- lu, i5J'ri"n """H'j esvoun esvoun-bers
bers esvoun-bers of the committee, acknowl-1ment) : v ( ? : IV v
edged, a probable neeative atti. : ' -' 1
tnde by the community; arid forLe 7V "''"'f el0?fr
the same reason, expressed tee ctlvlt'e Soviet warships
iteelTwlth th! S?. vSSth! EurUee thii the same
Committee acting as the 'aaSpZ one of tl newest In
orv rroun nr.lv mif"-,the Soviet navy sailed through
....T.. J ,.' t l'v-.T' .1 tb Bosporous late the Mediter-
ranean and skirted the area where
the 6th Fleet was engaged in NATO
war -games. '' i
The Mikhail Kutuzov's sister
ship the Admiral Ushakov and
another destroyer also- are in
Western waters. t J
They left the Baltic and sailed
through the Skagerrak Strait be between
tween between Norway and Denmark Into
the North Sea on Saturday. Their
destination was not disclosed
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phana). (Haxachlore-phana). Kaapa the
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were riven h. k
building i committee and "other
""J."5 "i i? nnuee. Bright
indicated that many potential
avenues of actiritJps in in,
the success t of -this community
effort are posaible, and
these aatlvlties. and an Htm.i.
ed budget for this' fiscal year :
ar to be studied at th a j i
m"nK t,.heJd n the Board History ssked for $05,000 today for
Hotfoot For s
NEW YORK, Aug. 27- (UP)
j a "humanitarian, hotfoot.'
Doctors Doinq AH
Possible For Son V
Gordon R. Reekie, museum man man-ager
ager man-ager of exhibitions and construct
toa, told the -city planning com com-misioa
misioa com-misioa be' wants to install electri
cal Impulse "repeSant systems"
e pigeons' favorite perches ever
the maia museum doors.
"It would be a huminif irian
fUP) Comedian hotfoot," Reekie Insisted.
Red fikelton said today he was
satisfied everything possible wat
oein cone for his 9-vesr-old
leuKemia-gtxicken. son Richard.
"" 'u bu present urn to En
rope was concerned with; busi business,
ness, business, not cures.
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mlssion period, gettinr neither
worse nor better, and th nr-
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Tigers Maul Champions
For 5th Loss In 7 Games
, By JOHN GRIFFIN
NEW YORK, Aug. 27 (UP) The New York
Yankees, badly mauled by that vicious Detroit Tiger,
came stumbling into Chicago tonight to give the
White Sox their golden opportunity 01 lya.
LEADING BATTERS ..
(Btitd en 325 official t bats)
P and C
Musial, St. L.
iimai laiiy in me iuw.
If the White Sox
can sweep '',-""c"u'"Di 1,1
Al all three .games in: toe. series
starting W)nigni, mey swu wju p. ,r .-'R-k"-.
be a hilf-irame behind the YM-:Cun"V-Bkn,
kees. But they'll be all even in
the only place baseball men say
Is important the lost column.
The Milwaukee Braves' head
long rush toward the National
League pennant was slowed last!'"-,
night when- they dropped HlK
J i : TDK! Ilia. iitr.T.lnT VJ"'
ucuisiuil uu mo 4. n I Cb-nurnn M V
Idle St. Louis and Brooklyn.
The Braves rallied from a 3
Tf the Yankees ever were
i ..j. i- tt fViov orp' now.
?rY--i c n.rf.nhhlnir hv the Ti-I
T i.tjir!tt. thanks to A
Kalinei three-run homer jas
their fifth loss in the last seven
games; their league- lead over
the Sox now ; is down to S
mes-Jiwest point since Au?.
f ?ndlhelr pitching isn't ready
fat the big three-game series
owning under the Chicago arcs
t0?nftd of having an Allie
1 Reynolds ready to hur manag manag-Vr
Vr manag-Vr rasev Stengel is calling Art
' Dltmar, last year the losing-esc
pitcher in the league, out of the
bullpen to face either Jim WU WU-son
son WU-son or Gerry Staley. Out of ac action
tion action a're ace lefties WMtev Ford
and Bobby Sbantz and the rest
of the Yank mound corps is
' Tho White Sox, riding a six six-'rame
'rame six-'rame winning streak, were
Idle yesterday while the Tigers
were beatta? the Yflks.'r
tht second s t r aight day.
Mickey Mantle slugged b
-33rd homer In the firs inning
with a mate aboard to put New
York ahead, 2-0, but Frank
Larv shut out thi league lead-
ers tne resi w j--.t-Kaline
slammed his 17 th
horned of the year hv the fst
inning with two on td put De Detroit
troit Detroit Ihead to stay and give him
f Vames Harvey Kuenn liever Ramon Monzant gainea
J uAa!i-a.rVrer runlthe win as the Giants bl6w open
in the second and Charley Max-
G AB R H Pet.
120 468 75 159 .340
126 480 94 161 .335
96 386 48 127 .329
120 492 97 159 .323
120 489-91 157 .321
94 357 43 113 .317
120 li 69 162 ,313
121 467 73 143 ,306
121 481 60 146 ,304
113 415 68 126 .304
. Amtrican Ltagu l
Williams, Bos. 115 385 84 146
124 416 110 157
109 342 60 115
124 487 91 156
116 396 58 125
123 452 80 139
109 400 52 123
McDouglad NY 115 444 77 136
Kaline, Detroit 119 456 65. 137
121 456 85, 136
ne Dltivca lamcu uuiu Sieverc Wash
deficit to tie the score with two.s,ievers' Wash'
unearned runs in the eighth in inning
ning inning with the help of Chico Fer-
nanaez cnur. out Aarnn Ttnv
loaded the bases against reuev-, -:.- n'V
TAhnunn njHh nnt nut. ?mQer OQgerS
in the ninth and then pinch pinch-bitter
bitter pinch-bitter Ron Northey singled to
score Ted Kazanski- with the
winning run. Rookie Dick Far Far-rell
rell Far-rell was the -winner in relief.
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In the only other games
scheduled yesterday, the New
York Giants trounced the Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Redlegs, 17-3, and the
Boston Red Sox crushad Kan
sas City, 16-0.
Home runs by Danny O'Con O'Con-nell
nell O'Con-nell and Hank sauer led the Gi Giants'
ants' Giants' 19-hit attack as they
handed the Redlegs their 13th
lnce In the last 14 trames. Re-
a 5-3 gave with five runs in the
sixth and six lri the seventh.
A 10-ruft seventh jnnmg iea-
tured the Red Sox' win witn
four homers in that big frame
bv Frank Malzone, Norm zau-
hin. Ted LeDcio. and Jimmy
Plersall. Malzone nit anowwr
homer dIus a double ana single,
to lead tne BOxri-nsassuiu
Willard Nixon breeae to nis
11th win wit a nve-niuer,
Williams, Red Sox
WALBOA GYM ACTTVrnES
Thursday a field day will be
nmacnteil at the Balboa Gym
nasium. There will be contests
for children ranging from 8-13
v.r nf asre. Prizes will be a-
7 ... u
warded. Tnis eveni wm mun
the end of the Summer Recrea
tion Program for this year.
RUN$ BATTED IN
i American League
Muioso, White Sox
Jensen, Red Sox
PITCHING W L
(Baiad on 11 decltioni)
Schmidt Cards, 10 1
Donovan, White Sox; 15 1
Shantz, NttkM-fw htlno t
Sanford,! Phils f ' 16 ; 5
Ken Venturi Beats Sam Snead
To Win $35,000 Miller Open
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MILWAUKEE (UP) Ken Ven Venturi,
turi, Venturi, professional golf's hottest
player with two straight tourna tournament
ment tournament victories. said today two
lessons he learned in his 1956
Masters' blow-up had ; helped
t "Don't nurse a lead. Ge out. and
try to improve it. ?
r -1 if 1 f r
"Never look back and see what
the guy behind you is doing," said
Venturi, Who won the 535,000 Mill Miller
er Miller Open here Sunday with a 13-under-par
"I "didn't pay any attention to
what Snead or Balding were do doing.
ing. doing. I figured I needed a ,68 the
last day to win, and I went out to
shoot that," he said,
I t i u I k
St. Louis I j
L Pet. GB
"47 .618 u
55 .560 7
.508 i im
46 76 ,377 29
i Today's Games'
Chicago at Bropklyn N)
Milwaukee at New.York (NV:
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (N).
St. Louis at Pittsburgh (N)
The confident 26-vear-old San' ,' t n t,
Franciscan did just that. His 2-' 'Yesterday's Results
under-par 68 won him the $6,000 Milwaukee v: 000 100 020-J 9 i 0
first prize. Five: sjtrokes behind Philadelphia 7 021 000 001-4 10 1
him with 272s were' Al Balding, of Phillips, Trowbridge, MeMahon,
Big Winn Inft. Odt.. and th "Old Johnson (6-2) and Crandall.-
j Slammer," Sammy. Snead, 'who Sanford, Farrell (6-2i.;and Lon-
eacn got . nen. .
Sna,draade,t!10 best snowin8 of v '(Night Game) -
t?! -R1015 the tournament. Cincinnati 010 101 000 3 13 1
r-u r urgoi, ai. Andrews, ;iu., who New York, -iil 005 005 61x 17 19 0
won last year's tournament with
a 265. finished, out of the monev TTlinnatnln Fnvulor flrnsi n rl
with a 290. Dr. Carv Middlecoff n..i -
was 11 strokes back. crone, Monzant (2-1) and Thom-
xiuwic juuusuu, nousion, uex.. as
For Balboa Gym
time will be at 9:00
SOLOCUPS KEEP TITLE
MILWAUKEE (UP) The Solo Solo-cup
cup Solo-cup etam of Santa Barbara, Calif.,
successfully defended its 20 goal
national polo championship Sim-
day by beating .the Dallas, Tex.,
team, 9-4, Bay Harrington
scored six goals.
RATHMANN SETS RECORD
-WEST ALLIS, Wis. (UP) -Jim
Rathmann of Miami, Fla., won the
200-mile big car auto race here
Scnday with a ne wtrack record
of two hours, two minutes, and 16
seconds and an average of 98.13
miles per hour.
BALBOA :15 7:55
Five Steps To Danger'
DIABLO BTS. 7:M
"THE RIVER CHANGES"
Showing at Your Service
Center Theaters Tonight
MARGARITA 1:15 1:30
"Dr. Jekvll and Mr. Hyde"
CRISTOBAL 7 :M
A Man Is Ten Feet Tall"
PARALSO 6:15 7:49
"Dance With Me, Henry"
THE LAST HUNT"
SANTA CRUZ :15 1:21
CAMP BIERD 8:15 7:49
"Back To God's Country"
"Bonio Goes To Collefe"
Finals Of National
College Net Tourney
Achlle Petit, Panama's 1955
national champion and second
Panamanian to play at Wllber Wllber-force,
force, Wllber-force, Ohio, advanced to finals
after defeating Mahlen Moore
of Tennessee State in a semifi
nal match of the National In
tercollegiate Conference tour
nament by score Of 6-3, 6-2.
William Monroe of Hampton
who is favorite to win the Na
tional Intercollegiate Confer
ence Championship defeated
Claude Wilson of Florida A & M
7-5, 6-4. Monroe.' who won both
singles and .doubles "title in the
conference playoffs In Rich
mond, Va. last week, whipped
Dorian parreott and Bill Jayner
6-1, 6-0. Monroe undefeated
during the season, also finished
with the distinction of not los losing
ing losing a set during visitation and
This week Petit meets Monroe
In the 'finals to decide the
BILLY MOHL, member of the Winning 200'yd. freestyle relay
and third in the 50 yd. freestyle in the Fourth of July Swim
Meet, will be one of the favored entries in the C.Z.. Junior
Olympics te. be held Sept. 7 at the Gamboapool. Bill, 13
years old. will be competing in the 50 yd, freestyle for 13 and
14-year-olds and the 200 yd. freestyle .relay or 'the 200 yd.
medley relay also for 13 and 14-year-ojds.
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Robert Mitch nm in
Ralph RJchardsev ta
Monday and Tuesday, Aug., 19
and-20, teams from all- over .the
isthmus invaded the Balboa Gym
nasium in home of winning -their
classification in the 1957 bummer
Playground Basketball Tounament.
In the opening encounter, the
Balboa "K" team, playing a full
court press, held the Cristobal
lads to 13 points, while they scor scored
ed scored 31. The Balboa team's strong strongest
est strongest opponent was having to play
without their star guard, Bruce
Lovelady. However, Louis Engelke
and Dick Ebdon overcame the ab absence
sence absence of Lovelady and netted 12
and S. points respectively. J. Du Du-bon
bon Du-bon led the Cristobal bunch with
6 points. The most outstanding fac factor
tor factor of the game was the excellent
sportsmanship displayed by both
In the "O" League, only Cristo
bal and Balboa had entered their
respective teams. Playing a one
sided game, the well conditioned
Balboa boys trounced the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal lads 48-9.
The Balboa boys clayed with a
full-court press through the game.
At ine nail, isaiDoa led 19-4. still
playing with a press, the Balboa
team allowed only 5 points to the
Cristobal boys, and scored 19 in
the second half. The Balboa team
had three men in. the double digit
coiunin; i. rerantie, T, Corrigan,
and Chuck Moses, with 16, 12 and
10 points respectively. High scor scorer
er scorer for the losers was B. Homer.
.... t u r :
47 1 n
wno were: two and three in the
St. PauF Open, tied for third with
raul HSroey, Worcester, Mass.,
each .getting $i,866 for, their 276
tOtalS. ""' . .i';..;:
The San Francisco Forty-Niners
and Green BSy- 'Packers main
tained their ; Unbeaten, untied rec
ords uupro football's ''Grapefruit
League" during the week end,
but they both did it the hard way
by coming from behind in the
fourth Quarter. ,, ;
Only games scheduled
; Today's Games
New York at Chicage N)
. Washington at Kansas City (N)
Boston at Detroit (N) .
Baltimore, at Cleveland (N)
,t Yesterday's Results
New York 200 ooo 0002 t 1
Detroit 310 010 OOx 5 T 1
Byrne '4 5), Kucks and Berra.
Lary 8-15) and WUson,
Boston 211 000 (10) 1116 19 1
Kansas C, 000 000 0 00- 0 5 1
Nixon (U-8) and Daley, r I
Terry (4-8), Portocarrero, Mor
gan, McDermott and Thompson.
i p'"" J k .1- j. ,
Only gams scheduled
. .'!' ':' '. j'ih1 -,15 -"ij.:' V UA V
5700 Matron Learus of Albrook
Splits j, -Picnicsf
; Screwballs 3, Smeers 1
fA deficit of ,18 pins In
Opening game prevented
In Sundiv'a nnlv ivMMtUt. ''1,1
basketbauwlse tiiaa the underdog Forty-Niners rallied from a 20-1
naiDoa ieam in comuiuiuju.,oi ueiicii io vacore two Tnnrhrtnom in
Pabon, Kulig and Hall was too agfthe last perior'at San franeiscn! Screwballs from deadlocking the
gressive for the Balboa fiv. Eti, and beat Washington, 27-20. Smeers for the leadership of. the
tooai anowea meir suporuri v Dsiurasy nignt, Green Bay loop.
strength in the Vety : earjy $Un came back for a: 17-14 victory over I' The Screwballs took three
utes of the first quarter, and con- the Chicago,-Cardinals at Austin, point and are twp points Jn ar
the unbeaten Chicaco from the first game, the first
24-24 tie at Cincinnati, place Smeers were outclassed by
the Screws with 200 pins differ
ence in the TP column. Tnree
Screwballs came up with better
Untied, their rapid pace until the Tex. Also Saturday, the Baltimore lreara of the first spot. Aside
ouzzer naa sounoea ior ine iasc ous: neia
time, when Cristobal had won by Bears to a
a score of 37-18, Pabon of Cristo- ana the Cleveland Rrnum, Hf.,
bal was high point man of the ed 'fhe Pittsburch Steelor ?a.i
game with 10; At .Carroll led Bal-; A crewd of. 24,781 at San Fran-
.Cisco saw the Redskins tnmn ntt than nveraM scores both In the
1f'?i.le'd' in fast Period scratch and handicap classif l-
r" .. -." ui ly-ixiners ana clinr cawon, ;
,u -1 ? r the next two perPjrB. Hays entered In the log
Balboa and Cristobal played the ods Rookie fullback Don Bosseler book scratch 474 and handi-
flrsk pff of th "A" Tjiaffna rhim. from th TTniuju-ei,.. J Co,. d...i.. inn ion.
pionship, in which two bifferent ,() ?Led" on touchdown and Edens 419 and 500. Stinspn had
of Central the second high scratch series
other with bu equalizer did not give
mm enougn to put rum over ouu.
For the Smeers, who were ell
shook up noi one went over- the
5C par. Kaiser was tops but the
best he could do was 419 plus 66
or total or 485.
styles of basketball were display-!T0?kie Jird Podoley
ea. xne irisioDai team played a
slow and deliberate game while
uaiDoa played the fast break.- Bal Balboa's
boa's Balboa's much superior team told the
tale, for as the time ticked on and
the gams ended, Balboa heldy a
fine lead of 52-45. High men for
Balboa were Don Alexander- and
Lent Kirkland with 16 points
each, B. Gibson netted 19 points
Louise 5uggs Cops
Heart Of America
$5,000 Golf Open::
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP) A
In the second and final Came
oi me mampionsmp a League una, was
rouna, a iirea uainea, team but winner of the
. i urnrm, a
iioor aeamn a frcKh inn inm r.-. ; . w
isnust swtt of ...
$880 ahead today
AnHi' again aTn-r.;. r rr
quintet. With a sudden anlur f sure mlf u Pr"
aspiration. Balboa manaeed
bring the game to a 30-30 tia
half time, after trailing by 13 Sunday to take th ,. ,.-point,
point, ,.-point, during the majority of the vtf
25e. : Uc
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THE BIG COMBO
with Richard Carlson
BO MBA ON THE
II ESCAPE IN THE I T A K I 5 I I
THE LAST GUN .1 8 UN I PLAYBOYS I SAVAGE DRUMS II
In the "C" League, Cristobal
drew a bye, which left Balboa and
Margarita to fight for a berth in
the finals. The came oneaed with
a very hot Balboa team scoring
ten points in the first quarter and
noiaing Margarita to only points.
However, the more determined
Margarita group ended the first
nau oo top ey a score of 13-10.
' Going into the second half, tht
sparkplug of the Balboa team, Wil Willie
lie Willie Engelke, seemed to have given
up noma. But with four minutes
of play remaininj he sunk four
baskets to come within three
points of the Margarita team at
the final gun. The final score was
uarganu si to Balboa's 28. High
point man for the game Was u-
ue juigeuce with points, W.
Kleefkluis paced the winners with
nun oniv one Immip ,v.
Margarita "C" team took the floor
a vyery Uroid Cristobal
Duncn. me game proved to be a
very notly contested iffair with
BlH Will proving to be the H a in.
stay of the Margarita lads. The
natf ume score was a every close
1J-11, ia faw of Marftrha.'Whh
me aeip of J. Waino, Bill Will eac
a ui auiviu team to a
much deserved victory. Tbe score
at the fiaal buzzer was Margarita
jz aaa insteoai if. High scorer
for the game was Bill Wiu with
ltU. Leon taOied for CristobsL
Tbe well rounded Cristobal "B"
team proved to be much more
to ." i57 women's pr.A ,1,.
t Dion hit k .zl T .fUA chsm-
- .ucm SLTIlah,
With only four- minutes of ulav
remaining, the Balboa team down downed
ed downed four consecutive points. Never Nevertheless,
theless, Nevertheless, with star guard D. Alex Alexander
ander Alexander sidelined, and mora tired
than over, they managed to with-
siana tne on-coming Ancon five
and win by a comfortable margin
and proving themselves 1957 "A"
League Champions. The fin 1
score was Balboa Sg to Aaeon'i
53. High scorer for Balboa was
Kirkland with 18; for Ancon,' Cul Cul-breth
breth Cul-breth scored 18 points.
Lowers Boom on
NEW YORK fUPWAnrrr' man
ager Birdie Tebbetts lowered' the!
boom oa his slumping Cincinnati I
Redlegs today, slapping them 'a?
with a curfew and rulea on drink-1"
ig beer and smoking. :
Tebbetts barred the door of toe,"
Redlegs' clubhouse at the Plo
ureuads after Sunday's 10-1 toss
to tbe Giants. Cincinnati', iwfc a
teat in the last 13 cames. and
"roasted" his players' ears. It
was learned lie announced the
following rules for players:
An 11 p.m. curfew at ight en,",
days when the team plays ia the
afternoon;, after night games play-j"
ers ssest go directly from the hall
park to their hotel rooma.
ww annuo!, aner games.
No smoking in uniform.
AH players must report ia the
hotel lobby at I N a.m. everv
jdiy, whether or M i game is
scheduled that dy.
t TJeTF. TOl the K A
event. She had ,ound,"of tT-
Jackie Pub. .-i'w x
With 71 3 ,Ui."nSBCiSCO,
nd placa .h
Allay Gators vJ, Picnics 1
Running true to the pattern
of the evening, this was another
3 to l match, with the Alley Ga Gators
tors Gators on the long end. They, too,
faltered In one game when the
Picnickers took "the last point by
27 pins, it was not Maiovany's
fault that the Gators did not
take four, because he rolled a
high 530 scratch plus a 51 han
cheap for a total of 581. Bob
Richardson also contributed : a
scratch 600 with a 502, but a 140
tog. wruy. third place and
Encantoi .25. IS
Lesiia Caron In
Tsa Johnson In
OO FOR BROKE
Today IDEAL .70
Double In Cinemascope r
Dorothy McOuire in
1 Coin In The FonnUin"
Victor Mature In
in the finale hurt Rich, who
sports the lowest handicap- of
pins .In the loop. His 189 single
was tops for the nignt. For tne
Picnics, they were hit by that
pestilence ; of bowling, namely
"blinds,' but despite this they
fought off the Gators with three
men, pardnecks 467 plus 67 gave
mm a nei moskowitji i
plus &4 equaled 525, Picnics are
now only one point out f the
cellar, ,...,. A
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t Stiokplns I, Splits -.X
Here was' another three'-to-one
match, with the- Stick Pins
sticking out In front
In the first '? two tames the
Split-. was off their; team aver average,
age, average, and with the eager pins
ready to take advantage of any
and all slips', took the two games
and enough pins to Insure them
selves TP's. CV,?"
Only In the last oi the trio of
games did the Splits roll their
average and here, they, -. won.
For the Stick Pins, Rivers stuck
a scratch 468 plus 60 and a net
528. Wresnelsek pinpointed 411'
plus 111 put him next with 522.
and Nichols. 398 plus 129 totaled
527. For the Short ended Splits,
Voth had the one and only 500
par series, namely .405 plus J 13
or 507. f'ivK-:'-: "-"i'l.-i- V
King Pins 4, Trouble Shooters
Kingr' pins lived up to their
rating as being the highest av average
erage average team in the league end
took : four from the Trouble
Shooters who are mired In the
cellar. Only consolation i the)
Shooters have Is that they sport
the third best team average In
the loopw ;The Trouble Shooters
trouble is that they shoot their
good games when the other
teams are hot. The' King of the
King Fins was Eckstein with
455 plus 96 net 551 series, and
Ziegler's 419 plus 87 or 506. For
the Troubled Trouble ; Shooters
Yager had no trouble with 47S
plus 33 or 511. Howard was also.
In there with a net 53 U .
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DOWN? As referee Tommy Loughrarf counts him out irr thev
sixth; round, Pete Rademacher sprawls on the canvas In Seatr
tie. v- Tloyd Patterson, standing in a neutral corner in, back back-.
. back-. 1 ground, retained his heavy weight title, v y ,v-vy.
THE WINNER! Reteree Tommy Loughran la raising heavy.
weight champion Tloyd Patterson's arm in victory 'after ;he
Successfully defended his title by defeating Pete Rademacher
, ln th sixth round of their fight in Seattle.- It' took 2:37
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VS Ardent turfitn Henry Maklb Maklb-'
' Maklb-' gin, a former Jun France horse
owner, tent u this clipping
s .which we think Is e general In Interest
terest Interest to local rce fens. f ;
' " NEWS OR NOT''-f-V
- At a Distance '::
-' Our guest cohiNinist this week
Is Charles H. Johnson, who hs
bun m faithful in k.ping- us
-.abreast ot Pimlice's sfforts te
provide good racing at the long long-:
: long-: or distances.;.-." :M ..
OOO X..' i.
Helping iiU out what it terms a
"balanced racing program," Pim Pim-lico
lico Pim-lico (his week announced that it
would add a second series of dis
tance, races to its 1957 fall meet meeting,
ing, meeting, which opens on Nov, 13. ...
The new handicap series will be
for 3-year-o!dsand upward which
have started for a claiming price
of $3,000. in 1957. There will be 5
races, going from 1 3-18 tor 1-16
miles, with a proportionate in in-'
' in-' crease in purses from $3,000 to
$4,500. It will be csHed the Hilltop
'Distance Series. .' 1
', The. Baltimore track last year
: inaugurated the- f imhco- Distance
', Series, also a handicap for 3-year-olds
and upward which had start started
ed started for $5,000 Rue -at the samde dis distances
tances distances as the Hilltop series, the
Pimlico series', purses were scaled
from $4,000 to $6,000. y
'.' Jkfany tracks .run route.' series
hut the latest addition at Pimlico
is noteworthy because it will boost
the frgure 'for. distance races' -at)
the track to nearly 25 per cent of
' all races. This is the fruit of cal calculated
culated calculated planning by Lpu JPondfield,.
Pimlico'j executive director. :
WhiU Pondfield has a personal
peneMCt.lcr bOrsei. put to combat
at telUr.g cU4ances, his motive be behind
hind behind the ronte-ricing program was J
toof entirely i sftbeUc, He started
out with the firm conviction that'
the fans bet more on longer rac-
?, ent aiier-2 seasons,. e oas
the inures to prove it. The
lowing figi'jes are for the
meetings of 1955 and 1956:
Total number of races
Aversce handle for each-
.rsce .' $i43.030
Kamber of disiance races 52
Averate haadle, mstsnte
races .. $164,042,
'-This is a per-race increae ml The final test, is Pondfield ad- attempt to cvertake their riv riv-hand'e
hand'e riv-hand'e of f20,992 in favor of the mits. is whether the distance rac- -
longer ever.t. Pondfield made cer-j es attract ntoogh of the kind of J
tam of a true test by scheduling ; borses to induce the public to wsg- ?9 acorera for the frsy were
the distaTce erems cm rvrry day'er sufficifntly on them. The fig. Gilberto Meroe with 26, HiHoa
of th week ard as every rice on.ure pointed out above indicate) w"srree and Alfred Titos with 21
the fara ave the Oi.rd That that, if ry:h:i g. the fans prefer jPe for the winners and L. long
t"-fre r.ere no route rr nm f e lcwrer runs, Pimiico will give's"d L. Holder with U t a 4 28
t e tti'J rcirfp,lS. i w s ,. to ;,'. m ia abuncance Uis au- ponta -respectively for Rainbow Q-j-vr.-tj
t!-.ii t. t L i '-...I tt- ij-.r.b. ty. v
run-as the eighth 'race, however,
and on week-day programs' the
eighth and longest race of the pro program
gram program frequently attracted 'more
wagering than the featured sixth).
This has resulted in an over-all
schedu'c that Pondfield believes is
diversified enough to keep the
fans' interest at thigh pitcn. At
the 2 autumn meetings under con consideration,'"
sideration,'" consideration,'" there were 114 races
42 per cent) at less than 8 fur fur-longL
longL fur-longL 104 races (39 per cent) at 8
to 9 furlongs, and 52 races (18 per
cent) at 10 furlongs and over, (ac (actually,
tually, (actually, in the autumn of 1956. Pim Pim-Jico
Jico Pim-Jico fan 21.3 per cent of its races
at 10 furlongs and over as, the distance-racing
program waa brought
more into focus).
Admitting that a varied racing
program makes a better spectabte
tor Um public, and that the breed breeders
ers breeders and others interested in accur accurate
ate accurate evaluation of bloodstock are
better served with more rout ric rices,
es, rices, the drawback on the part of
management often has 'been
doubt that horsemen, would re respond
spond respond to training their charges for
tne long runs.
The results of the 2 meetings at
nmuco snow. an average ot 1.8
starters per race, enough to gra gratify
tify gratify any racing secretary,. W 1 1 h
the-1956 distance-facing program
heavily advertised in advance,
horsemen responded by. jmttingJ
umu neias oi u tianers in 20 ct
the 37 route events.
There was further diversity for.
lans ana norsemen ante in the
races themselves. .Nsturally, most
ot tnem (27) were ciaimers, from
$2,500 to $6,000, but there also were
3. stakes ($50,000 Pimlico Special.
$15,000 Pirn Ilea Cup and 10,000
Exterminator' Handicap), Z al allowances,
lowances, allowances, and 4 starter handicaps.
Pondfield emphasized that- ais
successful distance racing pro program
gram program are Dot -due- to any. aver aver-siofl
siofl aver-siofl to sprinters. "There is a thrill
to seeing horses like White shies
and IWalWIno hn.f nut tk.
gate and rvn ther oppoiiUoa Ulo lb itA quarter, coming within
i tie ground," he says, "but there cl potfta of the score,
is" eqjfcl fascination ia watchingl
the sirateEy unfold as BalUnt Man, rmitm had to resort to every
Needle and Whirlaway play their jtochnique hi the book to stave off
waiting games. The trouble hi re-ithe yer determined Rainbow City
rnt vr ha Ivwb thmt mtm ii,v.'stawarts, who were alwava on the
jnot had -much opportunity to see.P1'- Atlantic Siders fought
tne latter kind -at .their best."
10-6 Slugf est
NFW YORK: Aug. 27 (UP)
A free-hitting 10-6 victory over
Rochester enabled the Buffalo Bi
sons to open a ivt game ieau m
the international JLeague peo-
The Bisons thus picked up a full
game on the Toronto Maple Leafs,
who lost ya i-l decision to Mon Montreal.
treal. Montreal. In the only: other Ha gu
game played last night, the Rich Richmond
mond Richmond Virginians pounded out ; a
7-3 victory over the Miami Mar Marlins..
lins.. Marlins.. ' -'- .,
, A three-run homer by Lou Ortiz
and a solo homer by Ray Noble
led the Bisons to their win as each
team racked up 13 hits. Tom Bur Burgess
gess Burgess hit a pair of homers for Ro Rochester.
chester. Rochester. Southpaw Jackie Collum of Mon Montreal
treal Montreal scattered seven hits to beat
Toronto as the Royals gained their
winning marein with three runs
in th sixth iitning. Danny Schell's
homer paced Richmond's 15-hit it it-tack
tack it-tack on four Miami pitchers.
" The standings and linescores:
i t! YISTIRDAY'S : RlSUttS
Toronto' 000-000-100 171
Pearce, Grimsley (6), Crimlan
(8) and Roselli; Collum and Pif-
natanos Lr-jrFearcev c,s
Buffalo 205-000-030 10-13-1
Rochester 1 000-12042tf -13-l
Herbert, Hahn (8) and Noble;
Wright, Rusell (3), G. Blaylock
(3), Lovenguth (7), B. Blaylock
(8). D. Ricketts. WP-Herbert. LP
Wright. HRs Ortis, Burgess 2,
Miami ? 000-000-300 8-123
Richmond 100-401-10x 1 7-152
Rogovin, Mason (2), Adams (4),
McCall (11 and Bucha: Bethel and
Chitl. LP flnffovin. HRSrholl. S
" K mm a w m-m
Due to the fewness of well-han
dled guns, too many clay targets
went a-wasting at the Cristobal
Club Skeet and Trap games on
Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 21, but
Bin urandt stayed way out, In
front with a flawless. Trap strinc.
and Wiltz Schexnayder regained his
.smart awing to down 23 Skeets.
Except for "Cookie" Cook, with
20 and 20K and Brandl, and Trap Trap-sters
sters Trap-sters shot as novices, and fairness
prohibits exposing their scores to
W. W. Roland, welcomed back
to the list after a Jong Stateside
sojourn, proudly displayed a win winsome
some winsome Winchester 20 gauge Model
50 .he'd wooed ..away-from Middle Middle-boro,
boro, Middle-boro, Kentccky. It acted fretful
and shy in so much strange com
pany, but W.W. literally bent it
to his will lor 19 Skeets, and prom promises
ises promises to have It properly gentled
for the Leonard M. Campbell 50 50-bird
bird 50-bird Skeet. Trophy shooting on
Sept. 1. t ... .
Preponderant low scoring not notwithstanding,
withstanding, notwithstanding, the afternoon's mood
held at a good level of Joviality
and reasonable satisfaction, and
Jim Mitchell, visitor; and new
shooter from Hazel Hill,. Nova Sco Scotia,
tia, Scotia, was probably happier' with bis
kill of 14 Skeets than any other
gunner on the field.
Other Skeet' statistics on
duals' best rounds:
Joe Kueter (410)
Art Sutton '(.410)
Walter Johnston (.410)
F. CholUr (20 ga.)
High production ef points high highlighted
lighted highlighted the initial encounter of the
1957 inter-schools basketball tourn tournament
ament tournament between the. Paraiso High
ad the Rainbow City squad which
was played on the former's home
court. The score of the contest wss
110 against 94, the decision going
to Paraiso.' ...
The winners opened a' 58 to 28
lead in the initial frame enly te
find their opponents fighting bsck
hard to reduce the lead ia the
second stanza. And the visitors
Xept a BOS BaCC Duntinf throuEh
ioowb w u wire, annouxh in fu-
y,,',, 1 4
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? BALBOA GIRLS RELAY SWIMMING TEAM ? feandra Parker, Jeanne Walker-and' Margaret
Dangle pull Betty Van Dyke,; anchor man, out of the pool as she completes the last of a 00'
meter free style relay lor girls 11 and 12 years old -to win again for Balboa.
Horace Sumeham, president of
the, Giants, faced some 50 report
ers and nnotographers, and an
nounced, ''It has been approved
that the New York Giants be trans
ferred to San Francisco.
That was alL Just one sentence,
and the Giants, steeped in tra
dition. and tracing their geUeslo
ev back to the ancient Mutuals,
who entered the National League
as the New York representatives
in 1876. .had been shitted to the
The steel and. concrete stands
at the Polo Grounds will he razed,
and an arena which had been de
voted to the national pastime for
66 years wul be gone,
Perhaps. On one of the huge a
partment houses which before longJ
wift .'stand on :th' site;; there will
be a small bronze reminder, -Uiere
were the Polo Grounds of the New
York. Giants, 1891-1957,," i.
The Giants cone: (he Polo
Grounds' in the hands of the wreck
ers. For those of Us who used to
stand on Coogan's Bluff just to
set fleeting ehmnses of the out
fielders and. to hear the roar of
the crowd, the field was hallow hallowed
ed hallowed ground.
Never will I forget the Great
Fire which razed the old wooden
stands in April, 1911. I was a. re
porter on the New York Herald.
Comics in the City Room made it
a habit to call Al Steimer, the
sports, editor, periodically and
shout, "The polo Grounds are on
fire." ,v .
Steimer kept scoffing, until came
the night when the alarm was on only
ly only too well founded. 1 dashed up
to the ball park and, standing on
Central Bridge, saw one of the
most prismatic and destructive
blszcs in baseball history.
Whole cases of carbonated wa water
ter water exploded Gas pipes were rip ripped
ped ripped in pyrotechnic splendor. The
bleschers went first and then the
grandstand roof, tumbled, and it
seemed that the Giants, now home
less, were no more.
'Brush Stadium' Brushed Off
However, the Giants accepted
the invitation of the Yankees to
mova in with them at the Hilltop
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.,. The New Yorks won the pen pennant
nant pennant that season and moved into
their rebuilt arena for the World
Series, which the Athletics won in
six games, -y
They renataed the park Brush
Stadium. The club was owned by
John T,' Brush, but baseball writ writers
ers writers and fans refused to go for the
innovation. They insisted on call calling
ing calling the new plant the Polo
.' The wereckers will rip the old
arena to shreds.- But nobody will
be able to destroy fond memories
of thrilling days in the ball park
bv the turaid Harlem.
-It was at the Polo Grounds that
I .asw shoeless-Joe Jackson drivej
a' bail over the xight-iieid stand.
It .rolled out into Eighth Ave. A
tape-measure, job, in the days of
me aeaa uaii, wiui aasenau writ writers
ers writers not yet conscious of distance.
They were to become measurers
when Bahe Ruth came to the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees in 1920.
It was in the' old arena that Ruth
belted two into the center1 field
bleachers on successive afternoons.
Those were the second-generation
wooden stands, located much clos closer
er closer to the plate than the bleachers
of today. Still, those drives mea measured
sured measured some 420 feet. As I remem remember
ber remember them, they were liners.
Matty, Greatest Pitcher
of Them All.
It was at the Polo Grounds that
I jevelled in the feats of Matty,
greatest pitcher of them all. And
there, too, I saw the Giants tske
an unprecedented trouncing from
the hated Cubs, 19-0, It was a
In tl)3 soon to be gone Polo
Grounds I saw Joe McGinnity and
Matty pitci; the last two shutouts
of the 1905 World Series with the
Athletics. John McGraw's men won
by four games to one, and every
contest resulted in a whitewash whitewashing
ing whitewashing for the losers. -The
Giants of 1921-1924, wlTh
their four consecutive pennants,
slugging Me) Ott, feats which
wrote dazzling chapters into base baseball
ball baseball history all evoking nostal nostalgic
gic nostalgic memories.
.. .Sept. 18
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LENZERHEIDE, : Switzerland
(UP) Count Wolfgang Berhe
von Trips, driving a Porsche R.S.,
won the Mountain Grand Prix of
Switzerland auto jace Sunday, av averaging
eraging averaging 106.130 kilometers per
hour (65.8 m.p.h.). Von Trips set
a new track record of 106.136
k.p.h. during his first heat.
WERNER TOPS SKIERS
SANTIAGO, Chile (UP) Bud
Wernr of Steamboat brines.
Colo., won the El Portillo down
hill ski race-Sunday with James
Becker, of the 'United States' third.
Favored Chiharu Igaya of Japan,
Olympic silver i m e d a 1 winner,
withdrew after falling.,, f ,v
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VAN-DER-JIS 6 Street No. H a) FARMACIA EL BAIUBBO Poxoue Lefevro I Street a) PABMACIA ,SAS,., Via Porras 111 MOVED ABES) pm -,""
the Belle Vista Theatre. (
FOR SALE: Ford 1953, 4-eoor
$750.00. Tel 2-4721.
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
5:00 p.m. -.r :;
FOR SALE: Plymouth 1955,
Coupe. $1600.00 Tel. 2-4721.
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick sedan.
Radio, dynaflow, almost new tires
and seatcovers. Good mechanical mechanically
ly mechanically appearance. $275. 21 05-B i
Curundu Tel. 82-3108 day,
FOR SALE: 1950 Studabakor,
2-door sedan, with overdrive, V
good tires. Phona Albrook 86-4
FOR SALE: Pontiae 1953, con.
vertible A-l. $1,000.00 Tel. 2 2-4721.
4721. 2-4721. FOR SALE: 1952 HUDSON
WASP. Duty paid. Excellent
mechanical condition, good tires
and radio. Owner leaving Isthmus.
$200. R907C. Rousseau, C. Z.
FOR SALE: 1939 Olds. Good
condition, new battery, fan tires.
$75.00 or best offer. Balboa 2 2-3782.
3782. 2-3782. FOR SALE: 39 Olds. $100.
Good tires, good transportation.
0776-E Williamson PI., Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1949 Studebakor
sedan, 4 good tires 2 new tube tube-less,
less, tube-less, complete new brake, system
battery in guarantee period, leav leaving
ing leaving for States must sell. Call
Navy 3738 or 3584.
FOR SALE. 195? Morris Minor
2-door sed'an, excellent 'condi 'condition.
tion. 'condition. Phono 82-2264 from 7:00
to 4:00 after 4:00 phone Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa 6-531.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. $. A.
Packara Shippers Move
T Phonaj 12451 2.2562
f Leara Riding at
j PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
4 Riding e Jumping Classes daily
I 8 to 5 p.m. Phono 2-2451
or by appointment.
Gibraltar lite Ins. Co.
lor rates and information
TeL Panama 8-OSSt
Fall classes begin Oct. 1st
Include Ballet, Tap. Toe.
Women's classes and tum tumbling;
bling; tumbling; for "Little Guys."
For all Information
To Lead National
of the current series tonight, at
the National Theater, beginning at
Father Russell Woollen will con conduct
duct conduct the orchestra in one of his
own compositions. It will be first
time that an American wndictr
will be allowed to conduct the lo local
cal local .orchestra.
Father Woollen is a noted com-
m-lr ar well-known
poser wmw ww.-
in the United States and other
I countries. He gave an organ con-
icert lst Sunday at Cnsrto Rey
Church, and his rehearsals with
I the archest has been satisfacto-
I The first part of the program,
l will be featured by one of the best best-known
known best-known bartiones in Latin Ameri America.
ca. America. Luiscarlos Garcia, a member
of the Westminster Choral Society
of London, who has given numer numerous
ous numerous concerts through this conti-
,i - r J a
nent, as weu ae .iuvy u iuh
Besides some orchestra setas, ;
only ) box seats are available
for this Concert, which is drawing j
considerable attentiea from Canal
The F ATI MA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Mercado El Ray, bffera
i ; efficient filling of prescriptions (:
; and home delivery service. Phono
3-minute car wash $1, steam
; cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
car $5. Auto-Bane, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Small outboard
speedboat, new 1 0-hpr Evinruda
' motor, remote controls, S425.
FOR SALE: Quality golden
fawn BOXER PUPPIES registered
A. K. C. 3 months, Tel. 2-1344,
Residence 2-1804, Aptdo. 915.
FOR SALE: Pure-bred Cocker
Spaniel puppies. Phone 3-1344,
Major Bowling League
Meeting At Diaplo Tonight
The second and final meeting
of the Major Bowling League
will be held tonight at the Dia
blo Heights Clubhouse Bowling
allVs, for final determination
of the team sponsors and other
league business prior to the be
ginning of the 1957-1958 season.
All teams have been selected
for the 1957-1958 season but it is
not presently known whether all
of the 1956-1957 sponsors will a
gain sponsor teams. .This infor
matlon will be, forthcoming at
me meeting lonignx.
Election of the officers for the
1957-1958 season' will be' held the'
second night of league, bowling,
ana election or .team .captains
for the new season will be held
the, first night of the season.
Bowling is scheduled to begin
tne second Tuesday in Septem
ber, failing on September 10,
continuing for 28 weeks.
Teams chosen for the new sea
son are as follows: (with aver averages!
ages! averages! r
Balcer 208, Pahl 179, Jamison
171. Thomas 172. Klumpn 165.
Toland 191, Lane 181. Wheeler
165, Schmidt 177. Leidner 168.
Almeda 91, Kaelen 178, Lut-
tenberger 176, Allen 174, Todd
168. Total 8,87.
Gleichman 191, Boyer 181.
Wallace 184, Fistonich 169, Da Davis
vis Davis 167. Total 892.
Cascio 184, Nunes 184, Lowan-
de 173, Albrltton 176, Sullivan
168. Total 885.
Coffey 190. Bowers 175, Riley
177, Bates 166, Rudy 177. Total
Charters 83, Kunkel 87, Minor
174, Rogers 169, Richardson 171.
Soyster 182, Best 188, Sama Sama-niego
niego Sama-niego 188, Voss 169, Morrow 165.
While it will not be necessary
for all of the players to be pres present
ent present at the meeting, all team
ImJ Tmm as -
The most complete lory that baa ever act acted
ed acted tn Panama met Sunday night ta pro pronounce
nounce pronounce verdict an TWELVE ANGRY MEN."
Magistrates af the Supreme .Court af Jaa
ttcethe President af the National Callrxe
f Lawyers, aa also the Ex-PresWent af this
organisation, renowned Professors, alrstin
gnisbed newspaper men and a gratia af I'nl I'nl-versity
versity I'nl-versity stadents attended a private exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition ef the abave mentioned film, fea taring
HEMIT FONT) A. which Is titled ery aporo aporo-priatelr
priatelr aporo-priatelr TWELVE ANGRY MEN," and after
earefal consideration af the different aspects
FOR SALE : 1 2 foot Frigidaire.
$100.00. Piano $100.00. Phone
3-4977. 'Apartment Potomac
Calla Navarro, Cangrejo.
FOR SALE: Studio couch, $25.
' Chest -of drawers. $3. Bathroom
scales, $2. House 0254-B. Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa Tel 6-136.
FOR SALE: Choose Clayco
blocks. They are economical,
i light,' durable and do not crack.
: Sixes: 4x12x12" $121.80 per
net thousand, 5x12x12" $175 $175-,
, $175-, 50 per net thousand, 6x12x12"
v $ 1 80.00 per net thousand.
'Cia de Productos do Arcilla, S.
A.". Via Espaiia No. 37-49.
- Phona 3-0160.
FOR SALE: 2 inch (alvaniie
tubing, filter tanks, good for
swimming pool or purifying
plant. Cash register. Sea them at
Mercado Monaco,: Colon.. Phona ;
s 33. v- .
FOR SALE: 1955 Motorola 2V
Television. Brand new picture
tube. Call 87-6236 or. 87-4247.
captains 'from the 1956-1957
teams are required to be present
to authorize any changes which
are presented in playing rules
and for voting, as well as indi indicating
cating indicating sponsors for 'the new
season. The meeting will be call called
ed called at 7 p.m. sharp.
Former RP Pastor
On Islhmian Visil
The Bev. A.: U. Rather who
served as supervisor of the work
of the Church of God on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus of Panama for more than 16
years, is scheduled to return here
Sines he left the Isthmus In
1953, when the Rev. William Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston became his successor, his
wife Rebekah died. This past May
he remarried and will be bringing
alone his new bride the Rev. Mrs.
Sophia M. Rather.
, f . ;
The Rathers left their home in
Keystone Heights, Fla., on, Aug.
13. They arrived in Jamaica on the
15th, to spend couple of days vis visiting
iting visiting old friends of the Rev. Rath Rather,
er, Rather, who' had served in Jamaica
before coming to Panama. Since
Aug. 17 they have been assisting
the work of the Church of God in
A welcome service will be held
at the Church of God on Monte
Oscuro Road, 16th Street in Rio
Aba jo tonight. Another service will
be held at the Eighth Street
Church of God, 7038 Eighth Street
in Colon Friday night.
Both the Rev. Rather and his
wife will speak during the annual
assembly of the Chunch of God,
THE JURY ACTS
' T w s a t "" fy pPsMsMsWaal
af the production It was prononneed EXCEL EXCELLENT.
LENT. EXCELLENT. Henry Fonda, the treat master a the
acreen sets forth race again his tneompara
-tie Qualities aa a great actor and la support supported
ed supported ay na lesa able' portrayals af ability and
perfection af 11 atber stars af stage and
acreen. We expect that a motion pic tare
that has merited the applause and admira admiration
tion admiration af ssh a distinguished and varied an-
dienee will capture oar pablie dorlnr its pre presentation
sentation presentation an THURSDAY 29th AT THE CEN CENTRAL.
FOR SALE: America it Embassy
V Officer being transferred must
sell refrigerator, electric stove,
washing maahine, -end tables,
sofa, and kitchen appliances. Ex-1
, eellent condition.:; Avenida Peru
38-f18 third floor.
FOR SALE-Twin beds and
mattresesV 2 living room chain,
washing machine, 'dresser ma mahogany,"
hogany," mahogany," kitchen table porcelain
top, 2 chair, Venetian blinds and
many other household goods.
House 629-A. OcLesteps. Phona
FOR SALE: Due ta trip, bed-
room set and other articles.
' Phone 3-2622.
Down Army Atlantic
In Saturday evening's (August
24) Panama Area Armed Forces
League basketball action the
league champs, the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Cavaliers, downed the Army
Atlantic Bushmasters 71-60 and
the third place Fort Kobbe Reg Regulars
ulars Regulars dealt the Fort Amador
Troopers their 24th consecutive
defeat 91-80. r j
At ; r Clayton the: i Cavaliers
overcame an 11-11 first period
deadlock by outscoring the
Bushmasters 25-10 in the second
quarter to pull away.
The AA ouintet outscored the
Cavs 17-15 in the third and 22-
20 in the fourth, bat the second
stanza) uprising by Clayton was
too much to overcome.
"Big" John Foster, the league's
number two man in the scoring
race was high man for the Bush Bushmasters
masters Bushmasters with ,lt .field goals and
five charity tossea for 27 points.
The Clayton' scoring was "very
evenly, balanced with t our nw n
htttinc; double figure.: Forward
Vern "Mule" demons paced the
attack with 15 (markers. r
At Kobbe the Regulars singed
the cords for 36 third stanza tal
lies to build a comfortable 71-52
lead after managing only 20-17
and 35-30 first and second pe period
riod period margins. Amador tallied 28
markers as opposed to 20 for the
Regulars In the final stanza to
close the fin.al deficit to 11
Five men hit doubl f igures
for-Kobbe -with guard Rpn Bax
ter's 15 heading the list, 7
Guards Mike Rivera and Herm
Daniel paced the Amador at attack
tack attack with 31 and 21 points re
spectively.' ; f-'v-
which begins Saturday night,, arid
continues through Monday .-. after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The public Is invited to aU
of the general assembly services
which are to be at the Rio Abajo
Church of God. This is one of, the
churches built here under the su
pervision of the Rev. Rather
Following the general assembly
Rev. and Mrs. Rather will preach
in the various congregations of
the Church of God on the Isthmus,
before they leave to visit the
Churcn of God in Costa Rica for
'j.. Experienced TV repairman for
full time employment. AUo
delivery man who has commercial
'drivers license, Apply at Curun Curundu
du Curundu Radla TV. Shop ar telephone
Curundu 21 18. ,
WANTED Competent seam- a
' stress, must, know good sowing.
Apply Balboa Dress Shop. Phona ;
. Balboa 2-1403, t
BECAUSE I've decided to live
' In -the United States. I will 'tell
; tny Santa Clara Beach property.
8 acres. 5 furnished houses.
.Shop building2 wells with motor
j., and- windmill. Sea Forera at San San-;
; San-; te Clara or write Geneva Shrapnel
. 1529 North Allen Avenue, Pa Pa-"
" Pa-" sadene, California.
. AGENTS UNMUFFLED
GREENVILLE. K.t"J :TTPV w A
muffler placed on a still by n
ingenious moonshiner failed last
week end to keep away federal
and county agents.- They found a
speeial soundnroof box over th
gasoline motor supplying water
for the still. The box apparently
was aesignea to muffle the sound
of the engine. Agents destroyed 17
mash boxes with a capacity of 400
j Accountant or C.P.A., white, serious and responsible.
J. Apart from acoountina; experience should be versed In
' the English language so as to take charge of corres correspondence.
pondence. correspondence. Good future with a serious firm of good re-
putation. Send references, stating education, experi experience,
ence, experience, recommendations, photo, age and minimum sal sal-.
. sal-. ary desired to apartado 4247. Photo will' be returned.
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! USED CARS
I V .AT 'j .v: h
1955 Ford Zephyr Convertibla W.S.W. $1,475.00
1951 Ford 4 door FDM .....m.mi' 425.00
1953 Ford 2 door Radio 795.00
1 952 Ponti&o Convertibla
"1953 Mercury Convertible
Radio ... ... .
1955 Ford -Cuatomline
"1952 Buick Hardtop
1950 Mercury 4-door
1953 Chevrolet 2-door
1951 'Mercury 2-door-
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, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
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Llona Sears Charm Course tn
, Poise, Posture, Make-up. Skin
Care, Grace, Voice. Studio at side
of Hotel Panama. Please tele-.
phona Panama 3-0327 far in information.
formation. information. '-',(
DOSESE WAITES School of Danc Dancing
ing Dancing reopening September 5th.
Knights of Columbus flail. Rati-?
' dance phona 2-2363.
FOR SALE: 1952 Harley jj
Davidson Motorcycle 74, House A
371 -A, N.( Cristobal. Phana I-
RANTED: House bey or
housekeeper, take eare cooking,
apartment and laundry,' Navy
3519, after 3:30i
. . m 825.00
'2 tone 1.595.00
Radio .7 595.00
Radio W.S.W. 475.00
- 2 tone ...Vr 1 795.00
; ''" ' th ;
Merc. Radio 575.00
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RUSSIANS TO BRING U.N. DELEGATION
TO NEW YORK IN NEW COMMERCIAL JETS
WASHINGTON, Aug. 27 (UP)
Russia will show off to America
next month two of its 500 mph jet
''usTofficials admitted ruefully
today the Soviet may realize some
good publicity out of whisking the
Russian delegation to the United
Nations from JMoscow to New York
in the speedy (planes. They will ar-
nvs at a time wnen iub uimcu
fit.toa hai hundreds of jet milita
rv craft but no jet passenger
ian in icheduled operations.
The flight to this country Jim
authorized yesterday by the State
Twarrmont It marked the first
f iiha Mav Detfnrft
fivii Dinhk Soon
HAVANA, Aug. 27 (UP) -Constitutional
guarantees may be re restored
stored restored throughout Cuba within the
next 24 hours, unofficial sources
The guarantees were suspended
by the government of President
Fulgencio Batista on Aug. 1 for
a 45-day period ending Sept. 15.
Unconfirmed rumors were cur current,
rent, current, however, that the Council of
Ministers at its Tuesday session
tonight might revoke the decree
to facilitate preparations for gen general
eral general elections scheduled next June.
Guarantees suspended included
freedom of the press and of
speech, the right of public assem assembly,
bly, assembly, sanctity of the home and oth other
er other civil rights.
As an example of how the gov government
ernment government exercised censorship, au authorities
thorities authorities "killed" a Saturday story
concerning the suicide of an
American chorus girl, Sylvia
Hedges, 25, of Del Monte, Calif.,
who apparently took her life be because
cause because a wealthy Cuban sportsman
Enrique Rousseau, of Santiago,
did not return her love. Her body
will be flown to Del Monte for
There was no official explana explanation
tion explanation of why the story was, banned
by the censors.
Mamie To Remain
At Walter Reed
Til Week's End
WASHINGTON, A. it (UP) (UP)-Mrs.
Mrs. (UP)-Mrs. Mamie Eitenbewst l "com "coming
ing "coming along fine" to t recupera recuperation
tion recuperation from mtiit nrmr but prob probably
ably probably will remain in. Walter Reed
Army Medical Center the rest of
this week,' y
White House Press secretary
James C. Hagerty told reporters
the first lady, who entered the
hospital three weeks ago, was able
to be "up and around" her hospi
tal suite. But he said physicians
were not hurrying her departure.
Mrs. Esenhower underwent an
operation described unofficially as
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
Is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographic
Branch of the Panama Canal
time Soviet passenger planes had
been authorized to land in the U.S.
One of the TU-104 jets will ar
rive between Sept. 3-7, and the
other between Sept. 1317. They
at International, LaGuardia or Ne Neat
at Neat International Airport "or some
other air field in the New York a a-rea."
rea." a-rea." The New York Port Authori Authority
ty Authority said last night, however, it
would not permit the jets to land
NovHIero from El Paso Tea
i .i jK,.t nt Movioan eirl
bullfighier Lola Montes and her
teenage traveling comii,
ager "novillero" Alcadevel, Which
was rained out on Aug. 18, n a s
i tnr Sundav aft-
ernooa at La Macarena bullring.
Sunday's corrida is scheduled for
.... ;tk ih Oft-vaxr-nm jiO-
U ealthe 17-year-old Alcadevel
marir Aimnrts. A spokesman ooint
ed out there are restrictions bar
ring jets from air neias unaer we
authority' jurisdiction'. Consequent
ly, the jets are expected to land
at either Floyd Bennett Field in
Brooklyn or at Mitchel Field on
U.S. personnel will board the
planes at (iander, iNewiounaiana,
or some other stop, and guide then
into the United States, i. .:'
The last part of the route the
Cnviot nlanp will take is hristline
with U.S. Air Defense posts de
signed to detect and loresiau any
Soviet sneak attacks.
zerland, Aug. 27 (UP) A former
London model wno once was onei onei-ly
ly onei-ly a Baroness became a Moslem
Princess here today. .'-vgv
Prince Sadruddin, younger son
of the late Aga Khah III, married
Nina Sheila Dyer in a brief, and
unpretentious Swiss civil ceremony
at the Collonges schoolhouse this
The Prince was just plain "mon "monsieur"
sieur" "monsieur" to Mayor Emol Jacquest,
and the lady in the Dior gown
Like any other citizens, they
were told plainly just what their
rights and duties were according
to Swiss law before the mayor let
them sign the register and hand handed
ed handed them their new livret de famil famil-le
le famil-le (family book).
In accordance with Cautious
Swiss law, all windows were wide
open so everyone could be sure
just exactly ,who was marrying
The ceremony not only turned
Nina Dyer into a Swiss-blessed
"madame." It also transformed
her into "Princess Shiran" (mean (meaning
ing (meaning "sweetness") for the Moslem
countries, according to the name
she took when she embraced the
Moslem religion last month, and
into "Princess Nina" elsewhere.
Boys 5, Girls 4
Nina babies were born at Coco
Solo Hospital during the week end end-in
in end-in .( mlriniffht Wednesday, ac-
tha regular hospital re
port. During the t samej period, 93
patients- were aanuuea mm
Dk;.o nun hnrn tn the fOUOW-
tnv American citizens: BM-1 and
iwr .lark Leitch. of, Coco Solito,
rtonohtpr- Mr. and Mrs. James
O'Donneli, of New Cristobal, son;
Sp-2 and Mrs. Louis Miner, of Co Coco
co Coco Solito daughter; Capt-and
Mrs. Lucien Lebel, of Fort Gulick,
.... epp onH Mtk John. Bavroth.
of Fort Davis, i daughter; and CT-
2 and Mrs. Jimmie urews, m oco
Solito, son. -Rohipa
were horn to the follow
ing Panamanian citizens: Mr. and
Mrs. Gabriel Herbert, of Colon,
son; Mr. and Mrs. CyrU Holt, of
Rainbow City, son; and Mr. and
Mrs. Agapita Guerrero, of Colon,
7 This will bhe ffirtt encoun encounter
ter encounter with natlv bMt f of any
country for both lola end Alea
.d-avel, who Is a studont of Ca Ca-"thodraT
"thodraT Ca-"thodraT Hinh School In El Paso,
Texas, whore both of them hvo
lived for eovoral ywars.
iki Anrr-DiriA Tila who
1 lltT Bll ill uwrvjvu
; aaiH to amaze the aficionados
with her daring and courage in
the bullring, says ner 1001 among
girl matadors is caria Le, an a
The crowning ambition of bothj
Lola and Alcadevel, wno are en
route to Spain, is to gain fame
and become full-fledged matadors
in Spanish bullrings.
Sunday's corrida will be real
test lo the two youths, who have
only fought against young pure purebred
bred purebred Mexican bulls up to now. Na Native
tive Native bulls, like the ones they will
face Sunday, are not as courag courageous
eous courageous as pure-hreds, but they are
usuall trickier and more unpredictable.
(max. mph) NW-15 SN-18
RAIN (inches) .61 2.S
(Inner harbors) 82 8S
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 28
Tomorrow At 3
Joseph L. Searles of Parque Le Le-fevre,
fevre, Le-fevre, died Sunday at Santo Tomas
Hospital following a short illness.
He was 63 years old and a na native
tive native of Barbados.
The body will leave Santo To Tomas
mas Tomas morgue at 3 p.m. tomorrow.
Interment will follow at Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo Cemetery.
II Q 0 (today) i g
J 2:55 4:49 8:59 9:99 II 1:09, 2:48, 4:41, 6:42, 9:53
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Stale Dept. Airs
Red China Charaei
The State Department expressed
bitter resentment today over what
it called Communist China's "fan
tastic" charges that it tried to
send U. S. newsmen, there as
Department Press Officer Lin
coin White emphasized that the
United States would not budge from
its refusal to admit Red Chinese
newsmen to this country in ex exchange
change exchange for sending American
newsmen behind the Bamboo Cur
The department last week ap appeared
peared appeared to have ended a long
American controversy over the
ban on on-the-spot news coverage
in China when it authorized 24
American newsmen to travel to
the Red mainland on an experi
But Red China yesterday brand
ed as "completely unacceptable"
the U. S. refusal to allow Chinese
reporters to come to this country
Peiping Radio said the United
States sought to use the U.S. news newsmen
men newsmen to "collect intelligence" and
to cary out "subversive actm
"The State Department bitterly
resents the implication that it se selected
lected selected spies to go to Red China,"
jwhite told a news briefing, "all
of you know how fantastic that
He said Communist China had
not given the slightest hint when
it invited some American news
men there last year that the in
vitations wre on a reciprocal
"What seems to be the clincher
in all this," White said, "is that
those invited last year by the
Uimmunist regime in China now
suddenly become U.S. spies."
"The welcome mat was out last
year," he said, "and now they
suaoeniy oecome spies.
4 JMlNt Vt I MAM
"THE BLUE VEIL"
all time great!
For Stanley Trow
Set For Saturday
Funeral services for Stanley W.
Trow, civilian employe with the
Inter American Geodetic Survey,
who died yesterday in Gorgas Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, will be held Saturday morn morning
ing morning at 10 o'clock in St. Luke'f Ca Cathedral
thedral Cathedral in Ancon.
The services will be conducted
by the Rt. Rev. Reginald Heber
Goodcn. Bishop of the Missionary
District of Panama Canal Zone.
The family has requested that no
flowers be sent. M i
A native of Clinton, Mass., he
had 28 years of U.S. government
service part of which, was spent
with the Canal organization. From
1940 to 1942 he was a topographer
and a draftsman in the Special
Engineering Diriaion. ;
Since 1954 he had been area' su
pervisor lor mapping.. operations
in Central America with the I.A. I.A.-G.S.
G.S. I.A.-G.S. and made his, home in Cu-rundu
Surviving him are hie wife E-
thel;. two daughters, Mrs. John
L. Pidgeon, of Riverside, Cal., and
Miss Susie Trow, ef Curundu; a
sister : Mrs, C. A. canauen, oi
Pughkeepsie, New York: a broth brother,
er, brother, Howard & Trow, of Red Hook,
Nur York and two grandchildren.
He was a member of the Ameri
can Society of Photogrammetry
and the American society lor sur surveying
veying surveying and Mappings ?
Of New Rights Bill
Seen By Backers
WASHINGTON, Aug. 27 (UP) (UP)-Snnthprners
Snnthprners (UP)-Snnthprners looked to possible ab
senteeism today as their only re remaining
maining remaining weapon against prompt
House nassaee of the new com-
nrnmicp civil richts bill.
- But the bill's backers, aware of
.. j xi 1 i l: lv
tne danger, saia uiey- oaa n ut ut-ed.
ed. ut-ed. They forecast fast, easy pa pa-ai?p
ai?p pa-ai?p of the bill with the two amend
ments agreed to in advance by
House and Senate leaders of both
They hoped to see the bill now
mainly a new safeguard of the
right to vote passed by the
House and returned to the Senate
by mid-afternoon. Senate passage
was expected later this week in
the final congressional drive for
. Southern strategists called a
meeting this morning to consider
without much hope whether
some final booby-trap might be
erected to head off what appeared
to be certain house passage of the
Thev especially eyed the rec
ord of a number of roll calls Fri Friday
day Friday which showed as few as 261
of the 433 House members on hand.
An attendance record like that to today
day today was all the bill's die-hard op
ponents needed to support a last-
minute foot dragging operation,
built around points of order and
"Let the people know the truth end tlie country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.'
PANAMA, R, P., TUESDAY,' AUGUST 27, 1957
Curtain Ready To Fall On Libel Trial
Mike Todd Fingered las Film
1 HOLLYWOOD. Aug. 27 (UP) Th decision of thj cUfente to call only "two or three" more surprise withess
indicated today the sensational Confidential criminal libel trial, will end in a few days. -
Defense attorney Arthur J. Crowley as the trial' resumed today denied that a court ruling that only perso
mentioned in" handful of Confidential stories Tead into he trial record could be called to testify would hurt 1
case. .. ,:,
But he said Superior Judge Herbert V. Walker's ruling probably sayed about 100 jittery movie stars who hi
been subpenaed from embarrassing moments on the witness stand.
...''He may 'have, given Confiden-.Miss West'employed him the term eluding one on singer Elvis Fi
tial ihm infftrm aifnn fni that! maant -.:."miatraaa : tf thm hiMica.l lpv TWif a1,a11 t 1.11 I
Crowley said his fina defense
move would be to call "two or
three' more surprise witnesses,
then rest his ease sometime this
week. Thus the final curtain is ex expected
pected expected to fall on one of the most
sensational trials in filmland his history.
tory. history. ,''l,'v v 1
. The charges" and counter-charges
made in the trial over nearly four
weeks began yesterday to take
their toll on the people involved,
Fred Meade, of Hollywood Re Research,
search, Research, Inc., Confidential ;West
Coast '"listening post" uncorked- a
verbal blast at the prosecution.
"If the movie studies exerels-v
d tbair morality sUuse" ;he
shouted, "there weuldiVt be;a be;a-ny
ny be;a-ny (scandal) stories."
Meade, a co-defendant with his
wife Marjorie, lost his temper un under
der under cross-examiniation by p e p.
Dist. Atty. William L. Bitzi. He
said the magaiine's stones could
not have hurt such stars M Rob Robert
ert Robert Mitchum, Maureen OHara,
Corinne Calvet and Mae West.
The stories,' which he claimed
here all true, were brougnt on by
th tas' improper 'eonduct,
Meade said. v1.'.. ';; ".
Meade's testimony at this point
took on the form au mormy
lecture to the movi4industry del delivered
ivered delivered by the man who is charged
with libeling and spreading lewd
stories about its top siarst
Ho else eharjtd that he a"d
hh wife had to ejoln. Investlat.,
Ing movfciland mereHty. a t e r
rivete Investigator WIMism
lewis teld a etete Jete eenw
mittee lest spring that, a mev
Industry spokesman had offered
him $350,900 te help "frame"
Yesterday, Mike Todd, el gar gar-smoking
smoking gar-smoking producer of spectacular
stage and screen shows, was Iden Identified
tified Identified as having provided the
publication,, with information.
Todd, nuspana oi acre-" ueauijr
Eliiabeth Taylor, was brought in
to the Confidential tria,! testimony
Dy Meaae. t
Under cross examination,
Ritzi produced 12 checks totaling
$4,900 made out to Hal Conrad,
iontifiari a New York writer.
Meade said that Conrad's chief job
for the magazine, was Tpuiung
raw facts into rough oralis.
"Were any of these enecKS paia
for something other than inese
drafts?" Rita asked. 1
vm Veade answered. "He
(Conrad) persuaded Mike Todd to
fnrniRh tome material .ror ne
... !. .1
The nature ot tne maieriai pro
vided by Todd was not prougm
nut 4n tha teitimonv.
Todd's office in New York said
th nroducer had been the subject
of two uoniiaenuai arucica uiat
"were not uncomplimentary, a
spokesman said the information
mentioned in court could have
been material provided by Todd
for these articles about himself.
piece," the spokesman said.
'Todd said in : a statement re-i
leased by his office that he did
not know Meade and had not giv given
en given him any information. i
"Informant is a dirty word," he
said, "but I suppose they're used
to that. I; wouldn't know Meade if
I fell over him, and I am. going
to keep it that way."
The name of Negro singer Doro Dorothy.
thy. Dorothy. Dandridge again was brought
into the trial as it entered its
fourth week. Ritzi cross-examined
Meade about- an affidavit he drew
up for bandleader Daniel; Terry
about an alleged tryst the musi musician
cian musician claimed he had with Miss
Dandridge in the woods near Lake
The prosecution sought to draw
from Meade a statement that Con Con-fidential
fidential Con-fidential publisher Robert Harrison
doubted the truth of the affidavit.
"No sir,' replied-the witness.
"He said he felt it wa$ completely
authenticated and it was com completely
pletely completely factual. 1
Sitzi was able to set into the
record a statement that Harrison
paid Miss Dandridge $10,000 in an
out-of-court settlement of her suit
ovet the article about her alleged
romantic interlude in the woods.
Defense attorney Arthur Crowley
objected' that the monea wn in.
volved in a-"civil liUgation", case.
Meade on -eross-examinationv ex
plained use of the term. "Mis "Mistress"
tress" "Mistress" by Confidential in connec
tion with Mae West's- relationship
wun ini jate Albert (Chalky)
Wright, Negro boxer and her
Reading from Confidential' ar
ticle on Miss West. Ritci ouitfed.
"but there were compensations.
Chalky would take hi mintrrn to
me lights on. Friday mghtsK
Meade explained that inasmuch
at Wright was the chauffeur and
Why do so mony women let
their hair down while ihe hoir-;
dresser is doing It up? ; '
meant "mistress of the
hold" and nothing further was
meant to be implied, i (
The witness denied that Wright
had been led to believe he was
supplying information to Confiden Confidential
tial Confidential for the life story of Miss West,
and not thr type of article that
was used. -, ;
Surrounded With Fighters
Meade, said, "we told him we
were authenticating facts and ma material
terial material and had talked to many
other, fighters." The witness said
it was a "known fact" that Miss
West surrounded herself with
fighters- and had "a great affin
ity" for, them.
The witness said he saw Wrieht
the last time just before the open,
ing of the trial and c 1 a i m e d
Wright said that he would testify
the Mae West story was true.
Wright died ; accidentally at his
mothers' home after slipping in a
bathtub. He was suffering from
neart condition ana an autopsy
indicated that led to his death.
From a stack of check photo
t s he
made went to Ralph Cercy, Texas
radio station executive, who. re received
ceived received $2,300 for arranging con confirmation
firmation confirmation of numerous articles in-
stata, Ritzi drew from Meade th
statements that p a y m e n I
Escaped Con Stands
Drinks, Rides Cab
Back To HbosegoYf
' RtASGOW. ScoUand. Aug. 27
(UP)iT Escaped' convict Danny
Hynds stood a round of drinks at
a nnH veetardav.. flasrsed a cab
for the trip part way back to jail
te-ana tippen tne ariver uui.a.
Hynds, 42, who escaped from
nrimn ten dava aeo after protest
ing he was unjustly' convicted of
safecracking, aept a promise, ne
wrote to newspapers earlier this
week saying he would give him himself
self himself up at Glasgow Sheriffs Court.
Some 30 detectives who mingled
with a crowd outside the court
house forgave him for being 20
minutes late for the appointment.
The crowd cheered the returned
escapee and wished him luck.
Hvnds savored freedom from the
back seat of the taxi for 100 min
utes. Then he told the driver;
"Take me in."
The driver obliged. So did police
ley: Mitchell Lewis. nuhlic
tions" and disc iockev
volved" in the Praci.v
Helen Berger, ex-wife of;R0
luton who Meade testified I
week told Confidential of an I
fair" with actres Joan Crawf
vreorge Maw, free-lance publ
man who furnished "a very ai
"ig story about Joan Crawft
good deed; and Bruce Jooe
vuuiic relations man Meade .1
ueo, was paid $500 for a stor stor-one
one stor-one ot itis clients an actress
was nofc identified by name
May Meet King
ISTANBUL, 'Turkey, Aug. 2
(UP) American special e
wy Henderson flew to the Tui1
capital of Ankara today to t,
nue talks with Middle. Ea
oiaw:BiHeu,.on situation m
na. i i
'. Henderson flew to Ankara ;
talks here with Turkish Pre
Adnan Menderes. KW Hn.
of Jordan and. King Feisal of i
nxormea, sources said it
possible hf might meet in .An
With Kins: MohsmmoH 7ahi
of Afghanistan, who arrived t
waay jor a state visit.
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Ford Unveils Hew
Edsel To Challenge
Car Buying Habils
DETROIT, Aug. 27 (UP) The
new Edsel, Ford Motor Compa Company's
ny's Company's quarter-billion-dollar bet on!
the ouying habits of the American
public, was unveued today at a
national press preview.
The new ear, expected to car
ry price tags ranging from $2,500
to $4,500 will compete in the me medium
dium medium price field with such makes
as Buick and De Soto. It goes on
display ia I dealer show rooms
Sept. 4. i
Ford has -billed the Edsel a a
"distinctive automobile" easily
recognized from the front, rear j
The outside of the car features!
-n eye-opening grille with a ver-l
ticaL ov; air opening in front,
ind a fl'gbt deck rear with hori
zontal tail tights that sweep down
on tne mmi ooor.
Some of the inside features in-
''ie rui'j-kir'ton gear selection In
he jniddle of the steerinc wheel I
One of the article, aboutTodd OPENS TOMORROW
was an account on how he helped -.-j , W 1r w. I
a girl get a job. v ( V :
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