The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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DAILY NEWSPAPER

Let the people knew the truth end the eventry is m? Ahrehmm Lincoln.

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PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 38, 1957

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Though Many Play Hookey

School's Nearly In

AfGaturiTown Meet

ENJOYING FREEDOM Ar;
my SpS William S. Girard, of
Ottawa,. HI., enjoyed a sunny
Sunday afternoon in Tolcyo
while awaiting the start of his
trial ln a Japanese court on
manslaughter charges. The
22-year-old soldier is accused
of shooting and killing Mrs.
Naka sakai, the' mother ,ot six
children,, on a U.S. firing
range in Japan.
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Neighbors Say
GIrard Vas Only
Gl Who Fired
MISATO,' Japan (UP) Neigh Neighbors
bors Neighbors of the; Japanese woman law
v Willian; S. Girard said today
he is the only aoldier they know
of wao cyer, tied 't s brass
scavenger-on the nearby u
firing range. ... j V-

The said other soldiers cca-

itm v usea srenaae Muni-was.

SX They said other soiaiers w
t sioeallY used grenade launch

i .uraTmrfrVinrii th JCamp v Weirl

..rang aner. every uti-ir: .T
.--meUagersaM lhey'W

Student attir and behaviour, Teenage dubs, teach

ers,, bu$ transportation and future plans for school cafe-

wrias in odiDoa ana Margarita were H on the menu at

last night's 'meeting of Gov. William E. Potter with Civic

Council .representatives.1
The open town meeting at the Quonset hut Civic Cen Center
ter Center in Gatun was poorly attended. i
But with the opening of US-rate Canal Zone schools

only a week away, those present took a lively interest In

the variety of subjects and participated in the discussion.

' Ttanag Club on th Atlantic

i aia mr ma club is going
concurn but ndt m horn.
. The club has been using the
building assigned to the Ameri American
can American Legion post in Gatun.
The Governor promised to look
into the 1 matter of assigning a
building for their use.
A review of the measures being
adopted by the Canal administra administration
tion administration to stem the rise in the mala.

na rate was given by Potter at
the opening of.Jhe meeting.
Twpnty additional employes have

w- tu nic ftauuauon lorce
on the Allantieside for' mosquito

vuuuui wrn ana a long range plan

ivuminura on rage iz

Elementary School

Packaged Supplies

On Sale Today

Packaged! school & supplies for

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The variety of school subjects

was' lntroaucea when cotter re

viewed briefly olans for free bus

transportation when United States

schools, reopen next' weeK.

He announced tht a survay
by the Schools Division reveals
that mora pupils will bo. provid-

od iVet transportation this yoar

man wore hauled on pay busos
last school ttrm.

He said that schedules have

been carefully worked out but

some 'changes: may be necessary

at a later date.

The question of furnishing bus

transportation tor those, students
who yill not be transported free
ahd are willing to pay was .in

troduced by Pacific side Civic

Council representatives.

C. W. Chase of Balboa, announc

ed that a large number of par

ents in Pacific, side communities,

particularly 'in Ancon and Bal

boa. haveo xpressed a desire for

pay bus transportation.

Arrangomonts hvo boon made

for pay buses to bo uso4 and

pasu.its intorostod. should call
Waller Hobby, elf tha Motor
Transportation. Division at 2-3052,

to mako arrangements, it was

announced. ,

t- ..VWmr iUaeirs sald they "had

! r 'straighi; at the scavengers,, but

con dn't remember wnere. Jto one

; whn had witnessed such an mct-

i dent-bother, than- thelG.irard case-

TransportationSan also ve,,prp-

o e T-pny "uasis-TwMiti

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Kr?,S,A,!IS1,! LA,KE, SS sharp 1Ine t0 which watVr sometimes rises- 25 feet
or more above recent levels. Most of the exposed rocks at the left are normally covered.

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

ILLEGAL AND UNJUST" are
adjectives used by the Paname Paname-fiista.
fiista. Paname-fiista. Party to described a 1952
resolution which declared the

party legally dead.
In a brie.f filed by Garcia
Monge. the party's attorney, to
the National Electoral Tribunal

the revocation of the resolution
issued by the Tribunal in 195?
has been kequeslt on the
grounds that the paV y had for formally
mally formally notified the electoral

tribunal Of its decision to ab

stain f ronV taking part in the

elections,

Monge said six former party

members who ran in the 1952
elections as Panamenista candi candidate
date candidate of the province of Pana

ma for seats, in the National As Assembly;
sembly; Assembly; did o on their own and

in violation of the party's dech

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''could be, founds-

' Girardr-who has beerf handed

over to the Japanese courts py tne
U. S. government,! went en trial

Monday ; on charges of. man

slauehter in the death of Naka

Sakai, who was hit hy a., shell

v from his grenade launcher.

After a" opening session devoted

largely to the reading of the in

dictment, the trial admourned

until Sept. 6.
v The prosecution's opening state

mcnt ipchided the ".charge that

Girard ffred "two or three jtimes
v! other Japanese before1 he felled
Mrs. Sakai. t The r prosecutors
hinted that GJ's around Camp

s 'cirrnade a "game" out of

' luring scavengers within range
r .and firing empty shells at them.

,K Train Snags FrpCk
; Frqm French Girl;
Pajamas Saye Day
' : "MILAN, Italy; Aug.a '(UP')
; A passing train anagged the dress
. o! a shapely French girl at Milan
y ... railroad station today and left her
standing there half naked.
-r Police Said the girl, identified
i only as Jacqueline D. was stand-

ing on a platform when a metai

' projection in a v passing oach
-caught her billowing ownv and
. s ripped H .ifl WJ :
Blushiag, she promptly opened
" her baggage, and climbed into a
j; Pair of pajamas. .Policemen dis dispersed
persed dispersed an appreciative crowd of
. onlookers and escorted her to" a
. private room where she changed
into another dress. -.

and from their homes at

the lunch-'hour for students- m

both categories. v

;The Governor expressedvthe, 0
pinion that satisfactory arrange

menis can oe maae lor pay ouses

in all communities, they should

be'made early so that buses can

be obtained and routes planned.
$he Gatun Council represents
tipes requested permission to ar

rang bus routes and stops in that
town with the Cristobal High School
princiDi, to which the Governor

ajree'fcH-4'.','!:-,
The residents and Council ro-
Ksentatives (attending the moot-;
ware unanimous in their o o-piniot
piniot o-piniot that arrangomiynts made
last-year for pay buses wore
- satisfactory and would not upset
plan already announced.
The subjects, of student beha

vior and attire were introduced by
the' Gatun residents who request requested
ed requested a change in the pick-up stops

lor tne ouses,

It .had been found, they said,

that students were more orderly

if a large number did not con ere

gate before the arrival of their

bus.

The Governor was asked if

smok'ne would be prohibited on

school buses, since regulations is

sued did no contain this rule.

After discussion and general a-

greement, he promised that the
rule would be adopted.

- On student attire, he said that
a system of persuasion for cor correct
rect correct drss wag preforabb to on
of rules. .
Potter told the gathering that

the Schools Division will start the

year will full complement of
teachers.'

Many of these will be new to

the Isthmus, and he urged resid

ents to give them a warm wel welcome
come welcome and make them feel a part
of community life.

Flans for. the establishment of

eleXKSS

aviuuuia iiex: .wbbk, were
placed on: sale toda in Building
No: 40 in the BaBoa industrial
Area and in the "commissaries at

Labor Department1 Nixes
$1-an-hour Scrap Claim
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'. WASHINGTClN, Aug. 28 (UP) .A Labor nnartment nnb.

man said today that Canal Zone stevedores who refused innd

scrap aboard a Japanese vessel in March for the prevailing 60
cents an hour will not be able to collect retroactive wages under
the $1 an hour Federal Minimum Ware Law as amended "hv

Congress last week.
Newell Brown, director of the War and Hour ntvUinn cid

that although the minimum waee law still annlies t th ra.Bi

one, tne diii wnicn is now waiting the President's signature
eliminates twe-year retroactive payment in Canal Zone cases.

The amended minimum wage
law now on the President's desk
liminates the nendlnir Canal

Zone retroactive case but leaves

the door open foj' futureretro
active cases, Brown said.

He declared that the depart department
ment department had withheld a ruling on
the tevedores's case until Con Congress
gress Congress had acted on the bill that
amends the minimum wage

law When applying to offshore
places,

Cristobal, Gamboa. and oatun

.,u,The Dackares contain stimat

ed sufficient supplies for the en

ure scnooi year ror students in
grades to 4. These include art

paper, crayons, pencil,, erasers

and ather supplies.

Packages for students In

grades 5 and 6 contain art sup

plies and a few Work books.

Since all art supplies have not

been received, packages needed

by students in grades 7 and 2

will not be available until next
week.

These will be sold In Balboa

and Cristobal while supplies for
art students in grade i will be
sold in Balboa.

All other school supplies are

now available at the stores at

Balboa, Cristobal, Gatun, and
Gamboa and a list showing
which is required by each pupil
at the beginning of the school

year as well as the cost of each

item is posted at the commis

saries.

market are reportedly threat

ening 6o strike if the whole
sale price, which has gone up
five cents, is not reduced.
Retailers say the price to
butchers has been Increased
from 33 to 38 cents per pound,
cusln the butchers to up the

price to retailers from 35 to 45
cents, while retailers have to
continue selling at the old price

of 60 cetns a pound.

a possible 700 or more

the Youth Center in iBalboa were have obtained the cards which

Hey Kids, Get

Those Free

Bus Tickets

Boys and a Iris who are enti

tled to free bus .transportation
to and from the Canal Zone

schools this year are being urg urged
ed urged to obtain their free bus tick tickets
ets tickets as soon as possible in order

to avoid a last minute rush.
Tickets have been issued at

each of the schools since Aug. 18
but so far, only about 450 pupils

out of a possible

John J. Gustln, the AraerU
can owner-manager of the
Skychef restaurant, ha de-?
nied pursuing a policy of disV
crimination against Negroes.

In a letter givine a number of

reasons purporting to show that

he observes a non-aiscrimina-tory
policy, Gustln said he hoped
Dr. Alfred N. Gerald, the Pan

ama Negro physician who filed
the charge against G u s t in.

would accept his (Gustin's) ex explanation
planation explanation as a public apology
for the "incident" which caused

Gerald to file the charge.
Several employes and ex-em

ployes or tne restaurant nave
been summoned to give testi

mony at the Mayor s office re

garding Gustin's alleged service

policies wltn -regard to Negroes.

Brown said the provisions of

the bill go into effect 90- 4ays
after the president signs It.

i He bointed "out that the -onlr

fexungvtne canai; zone in vow-'
ing retroactive payments r con

cerna the stevedores.

, Brown said that as soon as the

President signs the bill the La Labor
bor Labor department will advise the

American Federation of State

County, and Municipal Workers

Union on the department s rul

ing.

Tne Labor Department at

first announced that the $1 an
hour Minimum Wage Law did
apply In this case.
'' However, it did lit enforce

fthe ruling until Congress had

acted on legislation aiiecting
the4 Canal Zone.

Fuel Bill Now
At $350,000

Water-level averages ar gradually creeping up Iii
both Madden and Gatun Lakes, but the Canal's hydro hydroelectric
electric hydroelectric output is still way below normal as a result of
lack of rain.
Normally, by June the Canal is able to get all of its
needs from its two hydro-electric plants. But seven diesel
generators are now. operating full or part time at a cost
of $2200 a day for fuel. The cumulative diesel fuel bill

stands at around $350,000.

Kilowatt hours generated by diesel since the dry sea

son started Jan. 1, total 34,112,000. This already is mort

than a third higher than the diesel total required in 1949,

another dry, high consumption year when the total reach

ed 20,998,000 k.w.h.

If the president signs'' the bill

Sept. 1, the provisions "Would go

into eiiect ec. l. ne said.

Dies Suddenly:
Mrs; Erma Jordan, 43, of Gam Gamboa,
boa, Gamboa, died suddenly early this mern-

mg at her residence.
- Death was apparently due to

natural causes, possibly a heart

attack. An autopsy will be per performed.
formed. performed.
Mrs. Jordan's daughter., Claris

sa, 21, woke up shortly after mid midnight
night midnight and noticed her mother was

not fln bed, but found her on the
floor ih the kitchen either dead or
dying.

water power at Gatun Cam for
38.9 per cent. The remaining
35.4 per cent was dlesel-gener-
ated.
For this,, the two diesel plants
at Miraflores have been pro-
duclng around the clock. Three

A Gamboa Fire Department

crew tried unsuccessfully to re

vive Mrs. Jordan.

announced and both Civic Council

members and residents were ask asked
ed asked to give the effort their full sup support.
port. support. -, .'i
J eh Williams, who has taken
an airtive interest In tha estab establishment
lishment establishment end operation of a-'

will permit them to ride on the

school, buses free of charge.
Students can pick up the tick tickets
ets tickets at the office of the princi principal
pal principal of' the school they will at attend
tend attend this year during regular
office hours.

It was estimated today that
the 1958 badgd will reach
$54,000,000, three million dol dollars
lars dollars more than this year's.

Cabinet ministers have re

portedly finished the drafting

of their estimated budgets for

next year and will soon send

them to the Comptroller Gen General
eral General and the Ministry of Fi

nance for approval and submis submission
sion submission to the National Assembly,
which will resume its sessions
on Oct. 1.

Residents of the City of colon
have turned to Italian-style
spaghetti to make up for the
lack of rice on the dinner table.

according to a report from one

Colon correspondent.
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"rfrizci Caterpillars, Ants, v Bumblebees Coming Right Up

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' NEW YORK fUP-Ulp.
' "Would yon like some fried cat-
- orerpilUrsfThe lady asks.
T I guess so. Lip. Taste dusty
and caterpillary. These are appe-
1 tizers canned in Japan for you.
Oa the caa it says: "Ingredient j

caterpillars, salt, cottonseed oiL

ange and tlack. Ulp. Fnnny, theyHmm. Wonder what they call this, Iters, baby clams, trout au meu

a marmyir U" me tuy-ouiD jar it! mere, broiled shrimp, j word fish

says: "This specialty will lend a Excel.ent. O-Cha (green tea) ice

touch of ue mysterious orient to cream with mandarin sauce. Just

your entertaining." They re in syr- fine.

taste just like caterpillars.

V'.' -- r
Aatt Are Pried

Now some fried ants. Black,
tightly packed,- look tike caviar.

Up. Taste gritty. Mr. Yamamoto,

Japanese photographer, introduces
himself. "How do you feeF?" he

moBosodiura gluUmate."-It also Tasks. Crawly but fine. 'WelL

say: -A tribute to tte culinary 4 111 wait half an hour and see,"
art."- be says, and walks away smiling.

This is the third' annual Jama

fooJ show at the Japan Trade ten tenter.
ter. tenter. Public invited. The press gets

a leoa-ittusg preview.

You understand, these are whole

! carcasses not cut up or sectioned

jTwe more cans fried "taza in-.

I sects," whatever they are (taste
something Lke anchovies), and

fried auk worms (taste like wormy
tilkL On' the ran cJ both. V uci:

VbumbVheM. It presume the ting-i"A riot with your cocktail."

era ave oeen removed? nii. rkv m ivm mm a rnrWxu nH

mrr, ears me laey. v IK can. let s
re pieturs of two firinat hum-i nn

jrN 'T'T tome triad gratiboppers?"
Ifcire. LTp. Now for some fried

uo and taste fine.

A pretty Japanese girl in red
kimono approaches, points to the
zaza-insect can, grimaces, pats

oer stomach and says, "Yon like
it?" Can't say as I do "Ugh,"
she says. - ;-:.,- :.
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. Bag Caters
A Japanese newspaper man,
fresh from Tokyo, comes up. Does
anybody In Japan eat these bug?
"There are some peculiar people.

could not eat these. Once when 1
was little, I have had this fried

Ne "wore since.

hie1,

arasshoDDer.

. Now for some canned. h a r d-

have a riot. "Coming rigntiboiled ouail ecis. Very aood. Man-la man with a aledre-ham

ay the ladr. How nice. A daiia orances. Dee-ti-ahus. aa Ar-fninv nt na th hrf

Try some kobu-nuts. a newlv-

invented anack. They're a dried

starch-rice mixture sandwiched be between
tween between peanut halves and tied to together
gether together by hand with a ribboa of

kobu leaf, a seaweed. Taste great

A freckled lady introduces her-'

sell, Kent Kuhn. from Macy s, a

store. -We're stocking some of

this stuff, she says, "Next week
we're going to have not only fried

ants, but chocolate-covered ants.

on the market." You're kiddin?
"No I'm not," she says. "Woodr
what they da, dip each ant indi individually
vidually individually in the chocolate?
Beats me. What 1 wonder is bow

they slaughter thenar Do they have

black headed, uh or-1 Martini with a lily bulb is it, Sip.ithur. Godfrey says. Smoked ej-! doubt," sayi the freckled lady.

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As of today, Gatun lake stands
at 82.94 ft. above sea level, only
six-tenths of a foot below the
83 feet, -which is the average at
which its bulk-carrief, deep deep-draft.shlp
draft.shlp deep-draft.shlp problem will be con-

siaerea moreaw F' at'Aima lars nrf. at work 1

bly below, its usual August levei.
Madden Lake also Is up some somewhat.
what. somewhat. Today it was at 207.06, the

highest in some time, ana uo
feet above its reading of 205 of

a leva riav SCO.

This is a big gain from its all
time low of 201 94 on July 20.
But the level of neither lake
is high enough for Canal au authorities
thorities authorities to feel it prudent to
use too much water for hydro hydro-electricity.
electricity. hydro-electricity.
m eivlne statistics on fuel

costs and kilowatt hours, Balboa
Heights today also released some
percentages.
From Aug. 1 to 25, the Canal

used waiter power at Maaaen
Dam for 25.7 of its needs and

a?e working eight? hours.

The present schedule is slight slightly
ly slightly less costly than the one in
effect for a time during July. At
one period, six plants were
working around clock, consum

ing about $3,000 worth Of die diesel
sel diesel oil a day.

Accidenl Victim 1

Slid Holding Op
In Gorgas Hospital

A CASH AWARD of $25 In recognition ef an tct of publle service, was presented Tuesday
morning to Willie A. Bowie, Janitor employed at La Boca Service Center, by U.O. Therjauli,
actins? Panama Canal supply and service director.

I ine ceixiouuy wui piacc iv.jw .ui. iu uif ia ours service uenicr in uic presence
7oi Capt. B. A. Darden, acting chief of police; p. 8. Thornton, supervisor of hotels and res-

tauranU; and Jamei O. E. MagHtre, secretary of the Incentive Awards Committee.
The incident which led to the presentation of the-award occured Aug. 19 when Bowie
armed himself with a large knife and took into custody a 28 year-old man who was threaten.:
Ing to rlfie the La Boca service center Cash register.
In addition to the cash award, a letter ef commendation was written by Thertiult In
which he congratulated Bowie on "the spontaneous manner in which he took command of
the situation without regard to personal safety. His action in protecting Panama Canal
Company interests should set an example to other employes of the organization."
Bowie Is a Panamanian citizen and has been an employe in the Supply Division since
1941. He has worked at both, the Balboa, and La. Boca, service eentera.

At Gorgas Hospital today,
Margarito Arauz Relna, 40, Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian resident of Chilibre,

was holding his own against the
effects of, serious internal inju injuries
ries injuries suffered early yesterday in
a Galllard Highway crackup.
Arauz is one of 13 Chilibre
men injured when the vehicle in
which they were riding left the
road and turned over near the
Chinese Garden at Paraiso.
The vehicle was a '4 ton pri

vately licensed Chevrolet pick

up truck that had been convert

ed into a labor carrier.

Canal Zone police are still in

vestigating the accident, which
Is believed to have been caused

by a combination of a bad tiro

plus overcrowding. There were
four persons In the front seat.
The tire had a large hole pro protected
tected protected by a boot
No charges have been filed1 a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst driver Bncarnacion Cor Cor-pas,
pas, Cor-pas, 34, Panamanian owner of
the vehicle licensed ih Paifama.
Corpas works in the tire-repair
shop at the Canal's Ancon corral.

Corpas tight ear was badly
cut when It struck some part of
the frame as the truck went
over. His head is still heavily
bandaged.
The truck has no speedome speedometer,
ter, speedometer, but today Corpas estimated

he was driving perhaps 40 to 45

m.P.h- southbound on tne Wen-

way when he felt the tire begin

to go fiat and tne car to swerve

or "shimmy as a result. He
cut the truck's speed and was

traveling at what he estimated

as 20 to 25 m.pii. when he lost

control. The truck veered first
to the right, then across the
road to the left, overturning

after It went over the shoulder, -.

Lrnacio Gondolo Estrada, 35.

and Jose Gutierrez. 60, are stilt

hospitalized. The other 10 men
were released after treatment
at Gorgas.

Peril Of Fallout

Postpones 'Smoky :
LAS VEGAS, Ner Aug.
(UP) Strong northeast winds
have forced the Atomic Energy
Commission to postpone for 14
hours the thing of a delicate fta
clear device called "Smoky.-
The AE(J last night reacBeduled
the test ii a.m. tomorrow. Sci

entists said winds would have
sent fjUout ever populard areas,
around Cauente, Nev. The blast,
to be tritjered fro a TCiO-foot
tower, wiu unleash s force er"l i

te tsars tui 30,1X0 tou ex Ia4

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FOOTBALL PRACTICE

Being a sports fan and me lamer 01 iwo UUj --

-school I'd like to ask the brass of the Phys Ed Dept ; wna
rr j. .limiatinii rt nrp.KPason football nractice.

Although there is about three weeks al oted for the bow
to get In shape before the actual season starts, there is not
nearly enough time for the boys to get in the kind of con i i-'
' i-' li Ju.i .in !, th fv. lant usr.entlble to injury, la

years, before the two high schools and CZJC, like all schou.

to. the unHea.ai.aws ..nrrvVrf ir.to

the boys' muscles and ligaments cuuia oe Ki""j

top condition.

"Kroin" t- rippifiert that this was making

too big a thing out of football, and putting 'he game in the
wrong perspective, so he and the rest of his cohorts toed it
Z thVpreSchool practice was eliminated and football practice
not herun until the first day of school when, as I under

stand it, it will begin this year also. n.
The result of this was that three boys received torn liga

ments in their knees which were so severe mat incy ji.c

oprations for the removal of cartilage from tnein Knees
i...i. nnUr finio)-, tha hovs for the season it also gave

them a permanent handicap which they will carry for the rest

Many otlier boys also received injuries which it is doubtful
they would have received had they had sufficient time to get
'just hope that this is on the consciences of whoever the
idiots were who decided it would be a good idea to eliminate
the pre-school practice.
How about giving the boys some more time to get in shape,
and eliminate some of these unnecessary injuries which give
football a bad name? It isn't the game Itself is the cause of
so many injuries they are more often caused by foolish Dlun Dlun-ders
ders Dlun-ders such as this. nttt
Next time you boys down at the Phys. Ed. Office come up
with another brainstorm of similar nature think twice before
some more kids get hurt.
Ex-Football Player

OVERCROWDED SCHOOLS

Sir:

v tnrir in an office with two fans. Why not take such

extra fans and put them in the classrooms? Why not erect a
temporary cafeteria in a Quonset hut on the school grounds,
with boards and wooden horses for tables, and folding chairs
lor seats? Give the kids a break and at least sell soft drinks,
sandwiches and cookies, ice cream, etc.
Why must the high school have such strenuous gym 'Y
often when they can't even have a coffee break? We hafesone,
and we do not have to play games in the hot surt.v N
If this cannot be done, there should be only hlf days 61
school, witb no gym or hot, crowded study halls. Check on
Stateside practices, and you will find this is done in overcrowd overcrowded
ed overcrowded schools.
Fairininded

By VICTOR RIESEL

LONDON Knighthood Ms in

flower here while rackets bloom

oack home. This I knew when

ran into the stage hands union

chief, Tom O'Brien, at the Ivy
which is London town's Sardi's.
He is a genial fellow in evening

ciotnes ana 1 was startled when j
heard him addressed at Sir Thom

as. ,4e had been knighted since I
was here last for his labor leader

ship.
The honor is great. The cash
isn't. I inquired discreetly what
he earned a year. This cama to
the equivalent of $4,500, er a a-bout
bout a-bout $90 a week. Let's say that
this is worth twiitj as much in
London es it is in New York be became
came became the cost of living is lower.
We still have one of Britain's
Croat union loaders and former
chief of tha entire labor move movement
ment movement of 9,000,000 numbers earn earning
ing earning the equivalent of $180 weekly.

There are only a few who ton

him. There is, for example, Frank
Cousins, Britain's counterpart of

Dave Beck. In position only, that

is. Mr. cousins really is more pow powerful
erful powerful than tee president of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Teamsters union, for Mr.
Cousins leads the General Trans

port Workers, proportionately the
vorld' largest and most power powerful.
ful. powerful. Yet Mr. Cousins earns slight

ly less man ib.uuu a year, or ab ab-bout
bout ab-bout $125 a week just about what

Beck pays a night for his room in

Miami tieuehj
Compare this with" Beck's $50,

000 i vear and unlimited -ex

penses. And talking about expens expenses,
es, expenses, I was told not to jest about
so serious a matter, you know,
when I told some of my British
labor friends about the lives and

times of some of the American

laborites who are not so friendly.
This is all very "incredible" to
our British colleagues. The high highest,
est, highest, internationally,, famous British
labor leaders travel on two pounds
five shillings a day.
Brother Beck might be interest interested
ed interested in learning that this adds up
to $6.30 a day if the British lab

or chiefs spend a full day away.

li. it 3 just a short overnight trip.

the expense allowance comes down

to four doLars for a good sec second
ond second rate" hotel and breakfast.

"We're not on holiday, you know."

the iBritish tell you. Now this is
only for the top leadership. If a
lesser light travels, say the Brit British
ish British counterpart of a small union
president or business agent, he
gets all ol 30 shillings or about
$4.20 a dav. If the bovs must m

to Paris or, elsewhere in Europe,

iney can get as mucn as $15 daily,

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But -thai Jakes soma argument
with the 'executive committee.
And you just doat draw what
you want. All checks are signed
by two out of three authorised
check signers. One is thy anion
chief, generally the national ec.

.rotary here. The other two havn
as much power as ho has.
They'n appointed by the union
executive committee.

But let's get back to the nation national
al national salaries. A top- wage here for

prominent men inside labor is a a-bout
bout a-bout $T0 weekly. The average lab labor
or labor official gets under $60 a week,
or just a little better than the top
average workingman's wage of $40
weekly.
I hope there is no run on nerve
specialists or cardiac centers af after
ter after this dispatch but no one could
find a local union officer anywhere
in Britain who is paid more than

a token sal-.ry of $80 a year. That's
right. The local labor men volun volunteer.
teer. volunteer. It's an honor here. The com community
munity community respects you because
you're obviously doing it for your
fellow man. A friend put it this
way:
"We know we are not rich men.
But Ae 're rich in tradition and
honor and philosophy. We're labor
leaders not businessmen. If Mr.
X, a labor leader, suddenly mov moved
ed moved into a big house and sported
a new car and moved into May May-fair,
fair, May-fair, we'd look into it. And if we
discovered he had inherited a for fortune
tune fortune or married a rich widow,
we'd sack him and say fine, let
his wife care for him now. We
want no rich men in our labor
movement." There are no gim gimmicks
micks gimmicks either. The union will not

buy a labor leader a house. It will

lend him a car. not eive it to him

It will not lend him money. It will

not ict an official invest the u u-nion
nion u-nion funds.
No uniop official can live opu opulently
lently opulently in one part of the country
and come into London in a frayed
jacket. This is a tight island, and
no part is more tnan 12 hours
distant from the other. Usually
most centers are six hours away
by fan tram. The rank and file

xnow exactly how their chiefs live.

Fortbermore the unions J 0 s t

don't accumulate enough weaitn
for vast manipulations. They use
it for their members. The British
counterpart of the Teamsters have
tl8.joo.yoo in all assets, while the

U.S. association tor the advance

ment cf Dave Beck has forty mil million
lion million in cash alone.
And there are no testimonial
dinners. This I discovered only
after I explained at great length
to my British hosts, who for
once Wet their reserve end lewfH lewfH-ed
ed lewfH-ed aloud.
"Tfesttmonial dinner, indeed," my
host said. "That's the first we
hear of iL If any money is raised
at a banquet, it is tor the mem membership.
bership. membership. If a union official took a

shrilling directly or indirectly rrom

the members or an employer
throueb tuck an artifice, .we'd

sack him."

And that's why so rackets bloom

where knighthood is in Sower.
STEAL EMPTY WALLIT
STOCKTON, Calif. ?UP-Tbre
batter firgered robbers dropped
UJ and a cigarette lighter in
making their escape. AH tbey had
3ft was the empty wallet of cab
driver Liesy Casharfc. '

I Cast My Vote For: The most

popular indoor sport at this time

of the calendar is naming the next

President, so I'd like to get in
early with my nomination. He's a
man who will refuse to accept it

because he s dedicated to his pre present
sent present job. He won't get the nomina nomination
tion nomination anyway, because he's hated
by crooks and gangsters, Com Commies
mies Commies and Ku-Kluxers, "Liberals"
and fellow travelers, and politi politicians
cians politicians of both parties -"-leaving on only
ly only the American people to love
him. I refer, of course, to J. Ed Edgar
gar Edgar Hoover 1

I ''Can Live Without This' (But
Can You?): Miekey Mantle and
Yogi Berra nixed a five-year con

tract to make TV films for a Tex

an ... Gay little party at the Har-

wyn when the Frank (According

to) Laws hosted Arthur (Dagwood)

and Pat (Blondie) Lake and John

and Amta Roddy-Eden Sutton,

What made this a conversation

piece it that actor John Sutton

was once wed to Frank Law's sis

ter, Bobbe Fidler, and Arthur

and Pa' are B 0 h b e't closest
ter, Bobbe Fidler, and Arthur
friends. They're mine. too. .Any

truth to the rumor that Leo Duro-

cher will manage the Dodgers a a-gain
gain a-gain when they hit the Coast?...
Hottest Babe in Town: Lili, the
French fteaut, who stars, in the

reopened Bal Tabarin. Marvin

Cooiidge, of the clan, thinks so.

too... Vic Mature, who always

isn't, dating Princess Ghika, an
out-of-work Rumanian royalty, who
used to date Errol Flynn.
No Flotsam, No Jetsam Either:
This is the sad tale of a stunt that
miscarried. Last week Boston pa

pers ran teaser ads reading "You'll

Go Wild on Monday." Came Mon

day with full-page ads prepared to

announce the birth of a new broad

caster, WILD. But the papers were
strike bound that day! ... Adele

August, former Columbia starlet,

who makes more as a Tropieana

snow gal, ia the weekend attrac attraction
tion attraction for Harry Crane, the Jerry

Lewis writer. But what happened

to uuian Sherlock? .. Please,
please Bob NeaL make up your
mind. Today you're linked with
Carol Moris, the '58 Miss Uni Universe,
verse, Universe, and both of you are ap applauding
plauding applauding John Carroll at Holly

wood's Mocambo. (Mocambo is oners, sat there until a giddy little
a Carroll binge. Next attraction chorine came over and planted a
there: Diahann Carroll.) big fat kiss on him. Bashful Lindy
- immediately got up and walked
'. '. ... out. (So what's so brave about

auiug au iaipos; 1 am me u: flying an ocean solo in a one-mo

ventor, sole owner ana aging dean tor plane without instruments? At
of the Wolves Club, so I've been fraid of a teensy-weensy little gal.)

asncu wuy uueau i u jju ling me

credit-card business like the Din

ers' Club, making it possible for

lupos to sign otr flowers, furs, li limousines,
mousines, limousines, bubbly and the etc.?
My answer is that the fabulous
Diners' Cub aready, takes care

of the first four items enumerated

above. The Diners' Cub is truly
a fantastic operation. When Ralph
E. Schneider, a smart lawyer,! and
Al Bloomingdale, of the depart department
ment department store clan, conceived it a

decade ago, with a nucleus of

eight cafes, I was the first with
the loud and raucous ha-ha, giv giving
ing giving the boys a fast year, then bank bank-ruptcyo
ruptcyo bank-ruptcyo But now it's an interna international
tional international organization, with 500,000
members and annual billings in
excess of $100,000,000. Indeed, be because
cause because of today's; complicated au auditing,
diting, auditing, it hat become a necessity
for businessmen, travelers and ev even
en even vacationers. You can even
make a trip around the world on

your card. (I'd like to. but who's

going to. pay the bill when it

comet?;

Thit It No Gag: Bfrdland,' the

sroaaway lazz nalacio. han a

plaque reading "Lindberg Sat Here

me iNignt ne Arrived from Paris Paris-1927."
1927." Paris-1927." Lindy did sit on the site but
the club was then known under a
different name, some 30 or 40 clubs
ago. Lindy, being feted by admir-

HASPEL
SUITS
Art coming back to
the Isthmus
the 'first shipment of
this brand ef Suits to
reach her sines 1950.

More of the Same, But Why?
Glamor gal Gregg Sherwood
Dodge ain't so glamorous to the
limousine drivers. With all her mil

lions, she's a poor tipper, they say

Here's a tunny: Kim Novak was

voted top box office star of the

year but forthcoming "Jeanne Ea-

gels" is her first in which she

gets top billing Arthur i Loew.

Jr. tries to keep so many girls
happy, the nice fellow. Now he's

making life pleasant for Charlot

te Kay, a n.y. model who looks

like Joan Collin. (Didn't he once
try to keep Joan happy?) ...Dept

01 tuner ana Better Bubbles: I

noted that Ed Wynne's Harwyn

xeeps xae memory of the Ramier-

Kelly courtship there alive with a

special vintage champagne bearwc

tne Monacan eoat-oi-arms and the

date "JO April 1956," but that was

a typographical error. The label

on the Moet '49 wat "19 Avril

1956" but who cares? Do you?

... Most surprising duo m town:
Ted "Escort Service" Peckham

and Doris Duke's dearest pal. E-

leanor Prentice. (But is it tur
prising)

I. Don't Care, Do You? So much

has been printed about the Mary
Ho&ford, who is why fabulously
rich C. V. Whitney is butting up
with his wife, thought I'd clarify

me siiuauon aooui ner at tne risk
of repeating tome stuff already
mentioned. She was better known
around here 10 years ago as Mary

Lou Schroeder, a "cattle heiress"

who spent her days in Armando's

and El Borracho and her nights
with the knights of John Perona't
Table Round. She rode up to night

ciuds on a Horse in cowgirl at attire.
tire. attire. Her recently thed husband,
Frank, it a large stockholder in
the John Deere plow company and
a nephew of Broadway's late
Dwight Deere Wiraan. Once went
around witb Sir Cedric Harwicke.
Just thought you'd like to know

WASHINGTON Here ate some

ironies about the breast-beating of

the Justice Department for a tough
Civil Rights Sill, a bill" even tough

er than that now urged by the Na

tional Association for the advance advancement
ment advancement of colored people:
' Irony No." 1 Attorney gen general
eral general Brownell and the Justice De

partment have played -ball for

four years with Sen. Jim East Eastland
land Eastland of Mississippi, bitterest oppo

nent 01 cmi rights, no judges, v
S. attorneys or U. S. Marshall

have been aDnointed in Mississio-

... ?. ..

pi without his okay.

irony No. 2 Attorney eeneral

urowneii Dave onvate backstaee

encouragement last year to the

move to oust the one Negro who

is a member of the Reoublican Na

tional committee, Perry Howard

01 Mississippi. Howard has been a
national committeeman longer tha
anyone history 33 .years a
m atter of pride to Neeroes. Brown

ell encouraged the drive to oust
him. ;

Irony No. 3 Brownell h a s

been working to build uo the Re

publican F arty in the South
through E. O. Spencer, owner of

the Walthali Hotel in Jackson,
Miss., in which the Mississippi
White Citizens Council Wat first

oryamzed. The council has had an

office in room 203 of the hotel,

Brownell usually entertaint Spen

cer in ms home when the Missi
sippian comes to Washington.

irony No. 4 For four vears

the Justice Debartment'draireed its

feet on civil rights, thereby mak making
ing making it an issue in the 1996 P r e t i-

dential election.

KEEPING ALIVE THE ISSUE

Today the Justice Department is

uppuswK me. senate diu, tnereDy
keeping civil rights an issue in

the 1958 Congressional election.

Sen. om Hennings Missouri
Democrat, whose great-grandfather

was one 01 the biggest slave-holders
in Georgia, developed some

of the facts regarding this stalling
in a withering cross-examination of

Brownell last year.
"You have come up with no pro program
gram program during your four years, un until
til until April 1, 1 believe," Hennings
challenged.
Brownell replied that he had
worked on such civil rights as
restaurant segregation, discrimina discrimination
tion discrimination in the Armed Forces, and kin kindred
dred kindred measures.
"You know these were Initiated
in the preceding administration,"
Hennings was quick to point out.
"A great many of them, yes,"
Brownell admitted.
"We welcome your suggestion
that there be a commission on ci civil
vil civil rights ;n the Department of
Justice," Hennings continued. "At

my request on March 22, 195a,

(hit letter was addressed td-you."
He then read Brownell a -letter
one vear old asking for his views
on legislation proposing a civil
rights commission.
; "There was no reply from you
whatsoever over a year' ago relat relating
ing relating to the establishment of a com commission
mission commission or a division," Hennings
pressed. '.-
The attorney general squirmed
and sparred. He could give no
adequate explanation. Real fact is
that while civil rights was being
pushed for four years by ; Hen Hennings
nings Hennings and Congressman Caller ia
the House, they got no help from
Brownell or from hit Justice De Department
partment Department or from -the Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower 'Administration.
TRUMAN ON TOBACCO
Sen. Neuberger1 of Oregon has
received a letter from Harry Tru Truman
man Truman congratulating him on hit
stand to remove tobacco from the
list of basic cropt. : t
"When the White man landed
In the new world," wrote Truman,
"he guve the Indian White men's
diseases and the Indian gave him
tobacco. I don't know which has
been worse." ; ; ;
THE F.B.f, BILL

A distinguished, much1 -loved
member of Congress; was .talking
about the FBI bill to reverse the
Supreme Court on the Jenekt case.
"The FBI has a file on every
senator, every member or Con Congress,"
gress," Congress," he said. "Suppose I Should
die and then when I couldn't de defend
fend defend myseli, the FBI file on me
should be opened by court order?"
This diagnosis indicated bow lit little
tle little Congress knows about a piece
of legislation which J. Edgar Hoo Hoover
ver Hoover demands be rushed through
Congress in record time.
In the 'first place,' FBI files the
Supreme Court ruling could never
be opened after a man is dead,
but only on the demand of the

man wno is invoivea, ana men on only
ly only if he is being prosecuted by
the government. ?
If, for instance,-the Congress Congressman
man Congressman who had thit misunderstand misunderstanding
ing misunderstanding of the Supreme Court ruling
should happen to be prosecuted by
the government on the strength of
FBI testimony, then, and only
then, could other statments by an
FBI witness against him be used
from the FBI files to tee if witness
was telling the truth.
No undercover agents would be
disclosed for the simple reason
that no filet can be opened unless
an FBI witness is already on the
witnsss stand in public court.
Then, only statements made by

him and pertaining to the defended

ant can oe produced irom tne iiiosjl

ua .Supreme court fupng.

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i'a TOP U.S.A.f PERSONNEL TEAM 'arrived at Albrook Air
Force Base this Wit on their way to Lima, Peru, where they
will assist the Peruvian Air Force In establishing a personnel
, classification- aystera. Shown above are. left to right: David
'wSSB.i" D. Telle, both from Headquarters USAF
to Washington and Lt. Col. Charles G. Botsford from Lack Lack-to
to Lack-to a (Official USAF Photo)

Bank-Breaking Jack
! Drops $100,000
At 'Toul Va' Table

CANNES, France, (UP-Movle
Jack Wa'rner, ;o

helpedeak the bat at. the Pn
Palm Beach casino here two
francs ($100,000) in two hours at

the same tables eariy suuuj,..v
Jina tn rpnnrts today..

w.fnAF follow movie producer

Darryl Zanuck and three pther.

international lourisvs .)
Palm Beach casino to plose down
Aug 8 for .three days after it had
lost a total of 350 million francs
to them and other players.
Warner alone was said to have
won 40 million francs, or 114,285,
at the official exchange rate then
in effect. ...

Two days after Warner maae
the "killing'V the French govern government
ment government pegged the franc at the new
rate of 420 to the dollar for for foreign
eign foreign tourists.
Figured at the new ''tourist"
rate, Warner' losings Sunday
morning came to exactly $100,000.
So while his losings topped his
wininngg. 1y 2 million francs, the
change in exchange rate gave
Warner ai hard currency profit
of $14,285. 1

The 'sources said Warner en entered
tered entered the casino at I a.mj Sunday

Rainier Intimates,
Princess Grace
Expecting Child
SCHONREID, Switzerland, Aug

28 (UP) Prince Rainier of Mo

naco today all but confirmed re

ports that Frincess Grace was ex
pecting their' second child.

Hie Monafcan fuW admitted at
his vacation hideaway here that

he wis waiting lor medical con confirmation"
firmation" confirmation" before making a form formal
al formal announcement.
' He asked a newsman "hot to

show yourself more impatient

than the parents themselves who
very soon hope to rejoice them themselves."
selves." themselves." .,'-

and asked to sit in as banker at
the "tout va" (anything goes) ta table.
ble. table. They said he lost 42 million

francs in the next two hours.

Diablo Camera Club
1 ( i.V 4

Members, Guesls

To Vit if Medellin

Forty-five members and Quests

or the Diablo camera Club will
visit Medellin. Colombia, on a

photographic field trip over La;
bor Day weekend. 1

The grouD of photographers

will leave Panama the morning

of Aug. 31 for a three-day tour
of Medellin. This trio Is a con con-tinuation
tinuation con-tinuation of the club's visits 'to

Colombia for photographic study
and recordings of this portion of

South America.

Two tours of the xltv's envi

rons will include visits 'to a tex textile
tile textile factory, an orchid garden,
and a drive by automobile over
a scenic mountain highway to

trie west of the cltv.' The pho
tographs taken will, be shown
upon1 their return tot the canal
Zone at one of the club meet

ings. These field tours, which
are made both locally and to
foreign, countries, with the sub

sequent showing of the slides
taken, are one of the popular

programs or the club. v5
Making-the trip will be: Mb.
. V ... at...

una ivirs. Alien Aiexuuuer, Mr,
and Mrs. Luis Rodriguez, Mr.
and Mrs. "Rtnrfcevanfc Todd Mr

and Mrs. Frank L. Cunningham,
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Lee Myers,
Mr, and Mrs. Preston E. Minton,
Mr. and Mrs, Eugene K. Derr,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Hertgen,
Mr.f and Mrs. Conrad Maner,
Mr. and Mrs. Lauren D. Lam-

pert, the Mesdames Ruth M
Schroeder. Myrle B. welnshel-

haum, Reglna Thamason, Jessie
G. Harris, Lyla M. Esler, Marie

B. McNeff, Lottie Johnson; Mary
E. Brady, Elalse L. Brown. Wil Willie
lie Willie K. Friar, the Misses Ruth Di Diver,
ver, Diver, Gloria M. spears, Dorothy

Hayward, Sadie Halgh, Mary

Ward, Virginia Hollowell, Helen

Owens, Nell Drake, Elizabeth
Skelding, Ellen Tiernana, and

Messrs William C. Kongable. Jo

seph Wolf, and Rowland K. Haz

ard.

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NIGHTLY, 8:30 to
, 10:30
the exciting, Song
. and dance team
SPARKY &
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Pumping Station Job
' A low bi? of $29,927 was tener-

ed hy W. A. Rogers for tjie instal installation
lation installation of remote control faculties

at the Mount Hope fumping sta station,
tion, station, at Mount-. Hope ; The bids
were opened Monday 'Morning in
th Administration Building at Bal Bal-bo
bo Bal-bo Heights.'--;" Vi-v

Bids of $37,000 and $36,000 were

also entered on tne worK oy u
R. Sommer and the Electric Serv

ice company. :t t
The new remote control facili-

, tie to be installed at Mount Hope
will -make possible the complete
operating control of the v Mount

Hope Pump Station from tfc con control
trol control room in the filter plaht Sim-

Hart work wui no aone! at me
Ganrboa-and Miraflores pumping
Stations as soon as- these -stations

are converted from '25 to 60 cycle
current. ,
The-specifications give the con contractor
tractor contractor 420 days to complete, the
work atr Mount Hope.

HASPEL
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the Isthmus
the first shipment of
this brand of Suits to
reach here since 1950.

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un women will present christmas card
Preview at hotel tivoli, friday sept. 6

The Canal Zone Branch of the National League of
American Pen Women will hold its annual preview of orig original
inal original Christmas cards at the Tivoli Guest House from 4:30
p.m. until 8:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6.
m. nn j iiili hp served. I

Pen Women authors of three popular children's books

n.t. Her Tonsils Out," and

The Pelican Tree and Other Panama Adventures, "D
. n r..t A "Panama Pattie" will be

lielS tier xuiiaiis wuk --- -
hand to autograph copies of their books for eply gift buy

ers.

British Ambassador -will be host
ess.

! Mrs. Henderson
i Will Entertain

The monthly tea for the ladies British Ambastador

of the Diplomatic corps ouicun-
ed to Panama will be held at the
British Embassy tomorrow at 5

"-p.m. ..
" Mrs. Ian Henderson, wife of the

Ik

Gives Despedida
Dinner For Osuguedas
The Ambassador of Great Brit Britain
ain Britain and Mrs. Ian Leslie Hender Henderson
son Henderson will give a dinner party to tonight
night tonight at the Embassy residence
in honor of the Ambassador of El
Salvador Dr. Francisco Lino Ose Ose-gueda
gueda Ose-gueda and Mrs. Osegueda who
will be leaving soon for Lima, Peru.

I Dr. Israel Drapkin
Arrives In Panama
i Dr. Israel Drapkin and his wife
i are arnvinfc at Tocumen tonight,
j Dr. Drapkin president of the'Lat the'Lat-i
i the'Lat-i in American Division of B'n a i

i B'rith will present the charter to

the newly Jormed Panama chap chapter
ter chapter of the organization, and in install
stall install the officers on Sunday night
at the inauguration dinner..
He will be met at Tocumen by
Consul of Israel Aaron Eisen, Dr.
Salem Kiuniecki, director of the

Albert Einstein School and Dr

Igo Glattstein, president of the
Beneficnecia Israelita if Panama

as well as members and omcers

of the lodge.

Dr. Drapkin, a prominent sur surgeon
geon surgeon a iid criminologist, in Chile

has a J. so been a member of the

United Nations as technical assist assistant
ant assistant ior the government of Israel.

DOROTHY CHASE'S
Fall Classes Begin October 1st.
at the Balboa YMCA
INCLUDE:
Ballet (the foundation for every field of dance)
Tap Toe Limbering A. Body Placement
Women's classes and Tumbling for "Little Guys."
Registration dates: Sept. 5th, 6th and 7th
from 2 to 4:30 p.m.
At residence: 744 A Las Cruces St. Balboa
(Near Balboa Post Office)
For further information Phone Balboa 1751

Vety

Our delightful new
maternity styles prove
once and for all that a
lady-in-waiting can
also be a lady of fashion!

No.

Newcomers' Club
Meets At Home
Of Mrs. John Tanner
The Kewcomers Club met at
tho home ot Mrs. John Tanner in
Ft. Gulick on Thursday Mrs. John
Seiberl was assiting hostess. Dur During
ing During i'.io business meeting Mrs.
Jane Langdorf, president, an announced
nounced announced that she would be leav leaving
ing leaving soon to join her husband in
Santiago. Chile and turned the gav gavel
el gavel ami president's pin over to
Mrs. Virginia Jones, vice presi

dent. A gift was presented to Mrs.
Langdorf from the club.
Kev. J. W. Limkemann was the

progr.im speaker and give a ve

ry interesting talk on his travels.
The door prize was won by

Mrs. Audrey Barsi.
Th following new members were
introduced: Mesdames Vi Shel Shelley,
ley, Shelley, Mary Jane Kvaal, Joy Ha Ha-gan,
gan, Ha-gan, and Phyllis Stevens.
The following guests were intro introduced:
duced: introduced: Mesdames Audrey Barsi,
Marilyn Dankle, Nell Smith, Betty
Borgstrom, and Miss Virginia
Houtchens.

Th first week in September, a

trip is being planned to Portobelo

and on Sept. 12 a Hem trip will
be made through the National
Bureiu of Standards Laboratories.
The next meeting will be elec election
tion election of officers on Sept. 26 at the
home of Mrs. Jay Russell in Ft.

Davis with Mrs. Boy Barber
sisting.

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INSTALLATION fihown above at. the Installation Dinner-Dance held at the NCO Club ort Albrook AFB last Saturday night, Is the new NCO Wives Club ;
President with her board. Left to right: Gerrie Greenfield, entertainment; Carrie Leadbitter, hospitality; Allene Leigh, secretary; Belle Diaz, second vict
president; Joyce Malone, president; Lois, Empio, first vice president; Betty Girard, treasurer; Evelyn Butler, activity; Clara Camp, welfare; Molly Keever,
publicity. Not shown, Doris Olson spotters committee. t

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HEAD TABLE The NCO Wives Club of Albrook Air. Force Base held their semiannual Installation Dinner Dance at the NCO Club recently. Shown
above, left-to right, Lois Empio, first vice president; Col. Arthur P. Hurr, ba se commander of Albrook AFB; Joyce Malone, president-elect; Bernice Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, part president; MSgt. John J. Malone; Mrs. Barbara Hurr, the NCO Wives Club's honorary president, and wife of the base commander; and MSgt.
Ernest J. Empio.

as-

Students Liave
For State t
On SS Cristobal
Many students left on the SS
Cristobal today, many headed for
school in the States for the very

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first time. Others are returning i Glassburn of Balboa, will return
to .resume their studies. I to Williams College in Williams-

I town. Mass.: John B. Stevens of

A 1 C. .. '

rtmonjs mem are jvuss a us an Balboa, who will enter Severn
Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.lpre0 School in Maryland; H. T.
William Taylor of Balboa, who : Tettenhurn. Jr.. son of Mr. and

will enter ManhassetLong Island

High fcchooi for her senior year;
Miss Kathleen McConaghy, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McCo McConaghy
naghy McConaghy of Baiboa, who will enter

Mrs. Howard Tettenburn of iBal iBal-boa,
boa, iBal-boa, who will return to -Georgia
Tech; Thomas Smith, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Smith of

Balboa, who will return to Park

Mount St. MaryJs Girls' School at cnllpep at. Parksville. Mo.: Georee

Newburgh, N. Y.; Miss Carol Pe- R. wili3, son of Mr. and Mrs.
rantie, daugher of Mr. and Mrs. I George A. Wills, who will enter
H. I. Perantie of Balboa, who will Duke University, and Owen Suth Suth-enter
enter Suth-enter Pembroke College in Brown erland, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
University at Providence, R. I.; Sutherland of Balhoa, who will
Miss Linda Jacobs, daughter of enter the University of Michigan
Capt. and. Mrs. Volkert Jacobs of at Ann Arbor. Owen will spend a
Balboa, who will enter Duke Uni- week in New York visiting Mr.
versity at Durham, N. C; Miss1 and Mrs. Samuel G. McLellan, for for-Joan
Joan for-Joan B. Degenaar, daughter of mer Canal Zone residents.
Mrs. Jessie W. Degenaar of Bal-
boa, who will enter the Woman's I
College of the University of North I HCO Wives' CHub
Carolina at Greensboro; Mis Sa-( -Hold 'Installation v
ra Collinge, daughter of Mr. and Dinner-Dance
Mrs. Boeer Collinee. who will re-! The NCO Wives' Club of Al-

turn to the university of Colorado brook Air Force iBase held their

at Bouider; Miss Patricia Sterner,! semiannual installation Dinner Dinner-daughter
daughter Dinner-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.I Dance last Saturday night, at the

Sterner of Balboa, who will return NCO Club. Members and their
to George Washington University 1 guests present wiere: Col. and
in Washineton. D. C: Robert Mrs. Arthur Hurr. Col. Hurr is

Strumpf, son of Dr. and Mrs. I. the Base Commander and Mrs.
J. Strumpf of Ancon, who will en- Hurr is Honoary President of the
ter Dartmouth, as will Richard NCO Wives' Club; M-Sgt. and Ms.
Wright, son of Balboa Paul D. John J. Malone; M-Sgt. and Mrs.
Glassburn, son of Mrs. Z o 1 d a Ernest J. Empio; T-Sgt. and Mrs.

New Charges Hurled At Hoffa
By AFL-CIO Ethical Committee

30-03 Justo Arosemena Avenue e Tel. 3-6740

tonight
VARIETY MIGHT
from 10 p.m.-Balboa Bar
4 new acts to entertain you
e Conjunto Interiorano
Eustacio Brown
e Carlos Varga Garcia
(Surprise Number!)
with DOLORES and
.her TRIO and
the BARON as M.C.

No extra
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Roy Diaz: T-Sgt. and Mrs. Phil
Girard; M-Sgt. and Mrs. Leon
Leigh; M-Sgt. and Mrs. Phillip
Camp; SSgt. and Mrs. Richard
Greenfield; M-Sgt. and Mrs. Will
Leadbitter; M-Sgt. and Mrs. I. V.
Butler, M-Sgt. and Mrs. Arthur
l?nhor-tc- !Wafr anA M rc Dpnnis

Olson; T-Sgt. and Mrs. Ed Russell; I' WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 UP)-

T-Sgt. and Mrs. Henry Gomez; The AFL-CIO Ethical Practices
S-Sgt. and Mrs. Bill Torrez; A-1C Committee hurled new corruption
and Mrs. Joseph Sullivan; M-Sgt, charges at Teamsters Vice Presi Presi-and
and Presi-and Mrs. Willis Self; SSgt. and dent James R. Hoffa yesterday

based chiefly on evidence uncov uncovered
ered uncovered by the Senate Rackets Committee.

The charges against Hoffa and

Mrs. James Martinez; T-Sgt. and
Mrs. Arthur Wrzesniewski; S-Sgt.
and Mrs. Leonard Franklin and
their six guests': Roberto Massiah,
Mareella Willock. A 1 e i a n d r o

Thompson, Matilde Stanley, Enri- other top teamster officials will
que Thompson, and Emiiy Butch- be aired at a hearing late next
er; M-Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Mor- week in Washington. The others

ns; M-Sgt. and Mrs. Lamoin Coif- are teamster President Dave Beck
men. M c nj ii n i y-i .nj i : t) n ..

man, ju-ogv. aim ims. raui L-or- "u vice riesiuenis rimm mtw- siers union in INeW York through
rigan; M-Sgt. and Mrs. Fred ster and Sidney Brennan, all cited 'nhonv member-less union lne)s, C J

to question him further then. But
it subpenaed him to return at
spme future date.
The senators also issued a 48 48-point
point 48-point accusation of conflicts'" of
interest and questionable action
against Hoffa. They involved loans
from the union, and from Team Teamster
ster Teamster officials and businessmen,
among other things.-
The Senate .committee also
delved into charges that Hoffa
teamed up with hoodlum Johnny
Dio to seize control of the Team

sters Union in New York through

CLOSED

TOMORROW
FOR INVENTORY
LEWIS SERVICE
18-52 Tivoli Ave.

Reisrh; M-Sgt. and Mrsi Richard, last May 6. jHofiajrepliad don't remember"
Morris; M-Sgt. and Mrs-'Alonzo The AFL CIO Committed S.

i .,.;c; 8 ? Bob.Lind- nounced, the new charges against I An AFL-CIO source said some

X 'J. 6 u "m "imgiu; hoii a asiuopenea nearings on ai-

m-oije. ana Mrs. Jim iB a r D e r; leged corruption in the United Tex-

Mrs. Mitft Malnaker; Mrs. Molly tile Workers Union. Union Presi-

Aeever, anu pnotographer A
John Thurston.

3C dent Anthony Valente and Secre-

Col. and Mrs. Paul A. Zartman
Guests Cl' Honor At

Albrook Jmborre

,tary Treasurer Lloyd Klenert ,Hoffa.

are accused of misusing 1128,000
in union funds.
I While the charges against Hoffa

were not made public pending the

allegations other than those lev

eled by the Senate investigators
were included in the Ethical Pra

tices Committee's charges against

. The charges against; the -Textile
Workers Union were heard by a
two-man Ethical Pra tices Com-

and Dunn student from AlbVU ltte5 heded K Al ?. Hayes,

was held lst sat,,rHa nihf .V iMiuiaiuy iroiii imorma- rresiaent or tne Machinists Union,

the Afbrook Officers Vhe- Senate in;L Appearing before them wjth Va-

anu me jtuikji were

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Hoffa, heir apparent lente and Klenert "were 20 mem-

bars of the Textile Workers execu-

ed by the intermediate g r o u p. t L, ( oeT senators, live board. Hayes said informs.
Harnett and Dunn with some of!;-Th- S, ite omm,ee abrutDly tion disclosed by the Senate Rack Rack-advanced
advanced Rack-advanced students provided the lsmls?,eld hln?- from the stand Fn- e s Committe and evidence from
entertainment for the evening idy wlth cJhage that failing old AFL files igcred in th
In we competitive dances the,memory made Jt a waste of timelcharges against the union officiels.
beginners fox-trot was won by I i V.

L,euaeiia noDenson and Fred
Reisch and the intermediate win winners
ners winners were Carol Johnson and Bri Brian
an Brian Nillson. Priscilla Plischke and
Ralph Evans was the lucky cou couple
ple couple to win the prize for the be beginners
ginners beginners bop and jitterbug.
Chief of Staff Col. Paul A. Zart Zartman
man Zartman and Mrs. Zartman presented
trophies to the winners Carol
Johnson and David Hale for their
excellent work in' the intermediate
jitterbug and hop. Mary Ann
Knott eck and Joe Wolf were chos chosen
en chosen by the judges as the runners runners-up
up runners-up and this made them eligible
for the second prize.
The-mother and son prize was
won by Mrs. Emerson and Bob
Emerson for being the best cou couple
ple couple in the fox-trot. Major Akers
and Sandra Wolf took the honors
for the father and daughter con

test. Major Akers substituted for
Sandra Volfs father.
The decor was cleverly arrang-

ed by Mrs. Plowman which fea featured
tured featured silhouette couples in various
dance, positions: The senior host hostesses
esses hostesses who assisted Miss Harnett
were. Mrs. Plowman, Mrs. Hale
and Mrs. Reisch.
Mr. Dunn was the M.C. and his
well-planner1 evening was filled

with activity.
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TOUCH ON BETTORS
EVANSVTLLE, Ind. (UP)

Gamblers here may have to trav travel
el travel a long distance to place a tele telephone
phone telephone call. .The Evaniville Safety
Board yesterday ordered the tele telephone
phone telephone company to yank out 22

public phones thought used lor

horse race betting.

KnowI sleep all night
since baby's free of j

Mexeana Prevent Diaper Rath
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Mexsana earn ilek. Hist rfdiaper rack,
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M. A. J. Bauman '
'l .J President "V
jetton -of officers of the com
term was held by the Cana
"v,- e Gem and Mineral Society ir
l';lbo At 'their; August meeting meeting-''at
''at meeting-''at new officers are: president.
Mr. A. I. Bauman;. vice president,
Mrs. Tina- Hamilton secretary
treasurer, Mrs. Mary Worley, anc
the Messers, Lindsey, Morrow.
Worley and Shacklett elected i to
ther Board of Dfnredtoj-?v
' The date of the 2nd Annua Din Dinner
ner Dinner wih be Sept; 6, at 7:00 p.m.
and will be held at the Officers'
Open Mess in Fort Amador. Orga Organizer
nizer Organizer aay toe dinner will be de de-aitrnArf
aitrnArf de-aitrnArf tn celebrate the clise of 8

successful year for one corn e of

officers, and mellow1 the new crops
of officers to such an extent they
will momentarily forget the ? ar arduous
duous arduous task they have : asummed,

thereby starting tne year on in a
spirit of lightheartedness, before
anvone starts asking about the

wherewithal for shop equipment,

Miss Care! Plennikea
Veil Enter Virginia
Intake-meant fAllftflsft -.,

Miss Carol Flenniken, daughter

of Mrs, Lucille ilennucn oi mar
nanta tin 1 1 ontoi Virginia Tnter-

mont College, Bristol, Virginia,, pn

Sept, lXf$0.

While Tin i high school, Miss Flin-

mken was t memoer 01 me oim

Orchestra, tha Glee Club, the O
A A tha Rl Margaret's Choir

the Girl Scouts, a Nurses Aid, and

the Hamoow tor uiris. u
i Virginia Mermont, ranking as
ma .if ihn tnn ten representative

Junior Colitises in: America, , will

begin the seventy third session

with eipacity enrollment.

wnerewiuiai ior suup ,;4Ui(iiucui..irooma. -j;ne jucKy winners lor .ine
All mem her and truest desiring! ...r- u. FrnHin Ford

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ining mi. aucuu mo umwm White jar; uougias wauer,
arrange for their reservations be- jjr w T. Pepper, Mr, William
fore Sept.? 1 -with: Mr. or: Mrs. Gon.aiez Mr. Henry F. Bush, Mr.

urnrlov at Ralhna 'ii2ftt. Steak or

seafood platters will be VailableJ

rne latest iieia-mp,. 10 .jytunie

TJrto was discussed at the meet

ing,; About 24 rockhounds 'from
the Atlantic and Pacific sides met
at Gamboa Sunday; morning Aug.
no where they embarked on a Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal launch for the two
hour tripi Arriving at Monte Tirio
they hiked bout half a mile to
the site where petrified coral had
Won lnoatorl Several .; vcrv -nice

pieces were brought back and Ma

ry woriey naa a siaD 01 aer una
on display t the meeting, j,
Mr. Bauman gave report on
rock dealers he had met on his
recent vacation, From his observ observation
ation observation of the minerals' om salt? in
the States, he is convince that
Panama has really fine material
for thai hnhhvist.

No program had been prepared
for this meeting due to elections,
howecer, since there was plenty
of time left. Danny Budge held a
Round Robin and each ; person
wai called upon for a short talk.
Mr, Moncbfc, a visitor, told of
strip mining for rubies in North
- Carolina, Patsy Ryan related how
she had instructed a group of
young Scouts in identifying vari various
ous various rocks -and minerals. Several
members had also given selections
of rocks to Boy and Girl Scouts
who were working on merit badg badges.
es. badges. Mr. Sellers has placed a dis display
play display of local rocks and faceted
atones in the Margarita Service
Center, vj
'Danny Budge, Program IDirec IDirec-tdry
tdry IDirec-tdry ta planning another"' fieW'tf ip
where yellew jasper has i "WJt e a
found on the Cbame Biver; In' the
ame general location common
. a. i,. jSL f rl If-Mo

fVptHA UaO -particulars
about this trip will be

Paei'Nsvy.''I?i-Wivea-
Civet,

, Th Parifie Navv WvieS Club

iriira' 4liAi. mnnthlv rifnffa at Gor

gas Hospital on Monday, lor all

the ammiiatory patients wno cuum
nm tn tha Bod Cross recreation

room.- The lucky winners tor .we

Mrs. William Howard, Mr. Joe

Tielhert E. Weea. Mr. Custis K.

r'.khom ami Mr F. C. I.lshlev.

i IBB COmmiUBB lUI UIB rvcuing
was' Mrs. Mary Carlile, Hsopital
Chairman, Mrs. Kathleen Hanson

5 Cooties Visit ' v.
HeSpitat Patients1
: .Tn. Milit.rw DrHep nf the COO

ties of the VFW, Shangri-La Pup

Tint ISO. 1, paia Kg mommy vish

to Gorgas Hospital on s u n o a y,
with the cooperation of the Bed
Cross. ;
The committee headed by Mr.
Carlos A. Brett, Welfare Chair Chairman,
man, Chairman, included Mr, E. S. Coe, Mr.
C. R. Hill, Mr. G. J. Marcum,
Mr. C, E CottreU and Mr. Ft. O.
Greenwood, v
Magazines,' cigarettes and gum
wer tistributedv;':;;'ii;" w'.-ii

lines

. .' Each notice for incluiion in thb
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Sept. C the community, Playing the JTB you simply

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Riverbbaf Sinks
Afier Collision

In Plale Estuary

'BUENOS AIRES, Aug. 28 (UP)
Th riverboat Cltv of Buenos

Aires, carrying 230 : persons to

Uruguay, sans in uie rinie w
narv wt in.oh'nic-'ht after a col

lision with the U.S. freighter

Normacsurf, It was reported to to-day,';
day,'; to-day,'; ;';.'. "!''" -fi -""'
All of the rlverboat's 141 pas passengers
sengers passengers and 89 crewmen were
rescued, although some were In Injured
jured Injured In the panic that followed
the collision.
No casualties occurred aboard
the Mormacsurf. The freighter,
It bow aliarhtlv damaeed bv the

collision, continued upriver to
Santa Fe to load a cargo of

wheat.. ..''
The 43-year-olct riverboat left

here at 5 p.m. yesterday on its

way to the Uruguayan river port
of Concepclon. The collision oc-
rnrrerl ahnut Iv hours later.

Rescue craft from both banks

nf the est.narv nwarmert to. tne

scene of the wreck in response

to sua signals irom voir mips.
The City of Buenos Aires set settled
tled settled slowly in 26 feet of water.
It did not sink until an hour
after the collision and bv that

time all of its passengers and

crew naa oeen picsea up Dy res rescue
cue rescue boats.

, iOTICT

NORTH A V IS
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WEST
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EAST
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SOUTH (D)

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AJ107
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T East and West vulnerable
South West North East
1N.T. Passi 24 Pass
2 V i Pass I Pass Pass
, Opening lead 7

Tf wnii fVilnlr that, such parfaetii

as the JTB' are for experts only

take a look at the North hand.

You are playing in an ordinary
game and your partner, opens
with what vou know Is si stand

ard 16 to, 18-poInt no-trump.

you aiso Know mat you wouia
much prefer a two heart con confront
front confront tn a nni nn.tmmn ennt.rar.t

but experience has taught you

tnai no mazier, wnai ingreemcni

CouncQ I Is going to bid again if you bid

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noG DAYS" DINNER: Cold

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Wenee von have tn choose he

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- y;. and many mora ftami.v:'i:::-. -J., ;
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Xvir tentrai 122 next to ..Felix Maduro
I! MM I

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rebid to two hearts and you will

pass. Me win glare at you out
when he sees the dummy he will
relax and play your side's best
contract.
South had no trouble making
his two heart contract, lie lost
two clubs, one diamond and the
two high trumps.
East and West would have
made three spades if they had
been able to get into the bidding
but the transfer bid had man managed
aged managed to shut them out.
West had a pretty good hand
but could not afford to act over

the opening- no-trump. When

the bid came around to him the

second time he would, surely
have made a takeout double if
he had known North was weak,
but the transfer bid could have
been with a strong hand Just as

wen. xicucc Yvcait uau bu
the second time.
When North passed at two
hearts East knew what was go going
ing going on but he could not afford to

act. He had a bad hand lumseii

By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCI

(Mrs. Muriel Lawrence is on
vacation. In her absence, noted
psychiatrist Eric Fromm dicusses
six frequently asked questions on
child-parent relationship. Hit '-answers
are condensed from his book
"Man For Himself," published by
Rinehart and Co.)
Q. Is being an "unselfish" moth mother
er mother better than bing a "selfish"
one?
a Tt w enter tn understand sel

fishness by comparing it with gree

dy concern ior oiners, as we

it, for instance, m an oversouu
.inn. ilnminatinff mnther.

VIvllO, MV."- O .
While she consciously believes

tht h ia nartieularlv fond of her

child, she has actually a deeply

renressd hostility toward the ob

ject of her concern. She is over-

concerned not Decause sne joves

the .child. too much, but because

she has to compensate for ner lacK
of capacity. tO; love him at alL
This theory of the nature of sel selfishness
fishness selfishness is borne out by psycho psychoanalytic
analytic psychoanalytic experience with neurotic
"unselfishness." Not only is unsel unselfishness
fishness unselfishness not felt as a "symptom' ;
it is often the one redeeming cha character
racter character trait on which such people
pride themselves. The "unselfish"
person "doe not want anything
for himself'; he "lives only for
others," is proud that he does not
consider himself important.
The nature of unselfishness be becomes
comes becomes particularly apparent in the
effect the "unselfish'' mother has
on her children. She believes that
hv her imulrishnesi her children

will experience what it means to

to

and it was far too dangerous for r",' ,nd tn i.,-. in turn

him to stick his neck out. Hence hat it mttB, to ,ovt.
North and South were able to. h0wever, does not at

all correspond to her expectations.
The' children do not show the hap-

nineux nf Dtrsons who are Con

vinced thev are loved: they are

anxious, Unse, afraid of the moth

er a disapproval ana anxious
lives up to- her-expectations.

Altnopther the effect of the

"unselfish" mother is not too dif

ferent from that of the selfish one;
indeed, i; is often worse because
the mother's unselfishness pre prevents
vents prevents the children from criticizing

ner. rney are put unaer ine ooii ooii-gation
gation ooii-gation not to disappoint her; they

are taupnt unaer tne masx oi vir

tue, dislike for Me.

Tf nn h a ehi'nce tn study the

effect of a mother with genuine

self-love, one can see that there is
nothing more conducive to giving
a child the experience of what love,
joy and happiness are than being

lovea oy a moiner wro loves ner
self.

Typhoon Agnes
Leaves 208 Dead
SEOUL. Auir. 27 fUPl Korean

National Police rerjorted today

that recent record rains and ty

phoon Agnes naa ten a tou oi zuv
dead. R12 inlured and 30 nersons

missing in South Korea. ,- ;t

The nnllce said nrohertv dam-

nam tntalina 1S 50(1 (1 wa eaiiaeH

by the month-lone rains that start

ed July 2 ana the typhoon that

swept the Fusan; area last: week,

Gomulka To Visit
Tito Next Month
BELGRADE, Aug. 28 (UP)
"T.ihaT'ol" Pnllch fAmmiinfflf nnrfv

chief Wladyslaw Gomulka will vis visit
it visit President Tito here next month,
it was learned today.

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Parly Rape Begins

WIESBADEN, Germany (UP)-

Four II. airmen went on tnai
yesterday for the alleged nude
bathing party rape of a German
secretary. ''- J!
Liselotte Burduss, 12, was swim swimming
ming swimming in the nude in a forest pond
nffnhaih with two Germaa

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nlaca Annthrr rrouo of about 20

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I Misi Burduss told police she was
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World Champions to Big
Victory Over White Sox

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By MILTON RICHMAN

. NEW YORK, Aug. 28 (UP) Yogi Berra
Claims he's having a "lousy year," but it's still plenty
good enough to give the Yankees a pennant lift every
iime they seem to need it most.

. By most standards this hasnt
been a particularly good year for
Yogi. He's hatting only .248 and
that figure hardly appears to com command
mand command the $65,000 the Yankees are
paying him this year.

: Tn VVnilP BOX. IlUWevci, ai

mnvinned he's worth every pen

ny of it, especially after' what he

diri to them last meni. Berra Dai

ted in six runs, breaking Chicago's

back with a three-run homer in
the eighth inning that snapped a
6-all tie and powered the Yanks
to a 12-8 victory.
Yogi's 20th homer, which repre represented
sented represented only one of his four hits,
also halted a six-game Chicago
winning streak and a growing im

pression that the white Sox might
overtake the Yankees in the A A-merican
merican A-merican League race. By win winning,
ning, winning, the Yankees increased their
lead to 444 games.

The White Sox died hard, how how-taver.
taver. how-taver. They spotted tht Worid
'Champs five runs in the first
two innings but battled back to
tie Hit score in tha savtnth. Than
cam Brra's homer off Paul La
Palmo and .three insurance runs
in tha ninth to help ruliever Bob
Grim post his 11th victory.
.jTThe Red Sox defeated the Tig Tigers,
ers, Tigers, 7-5. in 11 innings; Cleveland
edged. Baltimore, 5-4, and Kansas
City beat Washington, 3-1.
' Over in the National League, the
Milwaukee Braves continued their
march toward the World Series
With a 4-3 triumph over the Giants.
. The Cubs beat the Dodgers, 9-4;
Cincinnati iicked Philadelphia, 5 2,
; and the Pirates defeated the Car Cardinals,
dinals, Cardinals, 2-1, after St. Louis scored
an n-2 win in the completion of a
, game suspended on July 21.
kjick Gernert supplied the win winning
ning winning blow for Boston in the llth
when he smacked a two-run single
off Duke Maas. The hit scored
Jackie Jensen and Ted Williams.

who collected his 32nd homer and
a single in four trips to the plate,
raising his league-leading average
(6 .380.
Early Wynn scattered eight hits
n notching his 14th victory at the
expense of the Orioles. Bob AvUa
got the Indians off in front with a

.wo-run noroer two more runs in
the second inning, then doubled

winmn, run on Roger Maris' pinch

single.
Jack Urban of thu Athletics
held tha Senators to thraa hits
in biating Camilo Pascual. Tha
A's scored two runs in the first
inning on a singta by Vic Power
and doubles by Joe Da Matstri

and Hector Lopn.
Home runs by Red Schoendienst,
Eddie Mathews and Frank Torre
carried the Braves to their victo victory
ry victory over the Giants.
Lew Burdette registered his 14th
victory of the season for the
Braves with the help of rookie Don
McMuhon, who retired the last
six tatters in order. It was Mil Milwaukee's
waukee's Milwaukee's 4ifth victory in the last

seven games, and the Braves scor scored
ed scored their first three runs off loser
Al Wortliington.
Ernie Banks drove in five runs

with his 30th home run and a
double as rookie Dick Drott of the
Cubs registered his first victory
over the Dodgers. Drott had to be
bailed out by Turk Lown in the
ninth alter the Brooks scored two
runs. Don Newcombe suffered his

llth defeat. Gil Hodges homered

for the Dodgers, who dropped eight

games on me pace.

Bob Thurman, recalled from the

minors Monday, blasted a three

run home;1 in the ninth to help the

neaiegs snap a three-game losme

streak. Don Cardwell of the Phils

had t 2-1 lead going into the ninth
but a single by Don Hoak and Ted
Kluszewski's pinch double tied the

score. After a walk to Johnny
Temple, Thurman homered,, Wally

rosi aiso connected lor the Red-

legs to give them their first run

in me.iouruu Jot iMuxAail was

tha winner.
Lindy McDanial was credited
with his llth victory in the
ninth inning. By serving a
pinch ronntr, Stan Musial add

ed 33 genres to his consecutive
playing streak which eme to aA
halt last Friday at 195 games,
a N.L. record.
Bob Friend held the Cardinals
to five hits for his 10th victory in
the regularly scheduled game. Bill
Mazeroski's eighth-inning single off

Von McDamel scored Bob Skin

"rf .1 y

Buffalo Moves Notch Closer

To International League

Flag

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

PAT DiALT, It, of Gatun, la
another of the favorites to 'win
her age group events in the
Sept. 7 Canal Zone Junior
Olympic Swim Meet at the
Gamboa Pool. Pat was the
winner of the 25-yard free
style for 11-year-olds, second
in the 50-yard butterfly for 11
and 12-year-olds and was a
member of the 12-year-old re relay
lay relay team in the Fourth of Ju July
ly July championships.

igain in the fourth and scored the ner and broke a 1-1 tie

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

lajor League

Leaders

LEADING BATTERS
(Band in 325 official at bats)
National League
P and C C AB R H Pet,

Musial, St. L. 121 468 75 159 .340

Mays, N.. 127 483 95 163 .337

Groat. Pitt. 97 390 48 127 .326

Aaron, M. 121 496 97 159 .321

Robinson, Cin. 121 493 91 158 .320

Fondy, Pitt. 94 358 43 113 .316

Schoendienst M 121 522 70 164 .314

Hodges, iBkn. 122 471 74 144 .306
Thomas, Pitt. 122 484 60 146 .302
Cimoli, Bkn. 114 420 69 127 .302

American League

Williams, Bos. 116 389 86 148 .380

Clean riding was again ; the

keynote of the two meets over
the past weekend, only one
Jockey was suspended for foul

riding.

Jose Maria (Chema) A Vila was
set down eight meets for chang

ing his course aboard Baranf.ito
hi Saturday's ninth race. Avlla
crowded ( Gramilla, Jai Alai LI
and Kadlr in the maneuver.
Julian Marshall, Matriculado's
trainer, was fined $10 for taking
the horse late to the paddock
for Sunday's first race.
Patan, Sober ano, Hablando
and Regia j were suspended for

15 days for winding up lame aft

er their respective races.

No Gallito was set down
eight, meets for his poor per performance.
formance. performance. Tacera, which, went lame in
the fifth race on Sunday, was
given 30-day suspension.
Certero was given 20 days on.
the recommendation of the
track veterinarian.
Oyster and Avlspa have been

placed under orders of the veterinarian.

Onda Real and Gourmet got
two-meet suspensions for refus refusing
ing refusing to start.
The starter ordered that Ja Ja-chalin
chalin Ja-chalin and Sabiondo be given
schooling at the starting gate.
oOo
Fourteen horses have been en entered
tered entered for the $5,000 added one
mile an da quarter Diplomatic
Corps Classic which will be run
Sept 15.
The entries are Melendez 121,
Gavllan 121, Germanio 121, Ba Ba-cancito
cancito Ba-cancito 121, Opulento 121, Jalis Jalisco
co Jalisco 121, Rosier 121, Mlrtino 121,
Mossadeq 12 V Santurron 115,
Batallon lis, Scintillation 111,
Tiequest 111, Canoe 111.

new York; Aug. 28 (UP)
Southpaw Gary v Rip) Coleman,
recently returned to the minors
by the Kansas City A's,J moved
the Bufftlo Bisons notch closer
to the International League flag
today with a classy three-hit shut shutout.
out. shutout. 1 t r 1

field of itifth-series imported Rochsster Red Wings Tuesday
thoroughbreds. The lmpresfive "J11' boosed the Bisons into ,a
Batallon and strong finishing fame iead ovef J"01110
Horacio will be SantWron's rnost "pl?nL Josta. 6'5 die,c1'
dangerous contenders in the n,S rL'" r?., 8 yme pUy
one-mUe event. ... WhtL'.'i w r
nrm In other games last night. Co-

The "Calongo" Jttrado-Ibero ZZ-'

I r

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

Teams

Milwaukee
St. Louis
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
New York
Chicago
Pittsburgh

I National league

W

77
70
. 70'
63
63
' 61
. 49
. 47

Pet.

.621
.560
.556
.504
.504
.473
v402

CB
7V4
S
14Vi
18V4

27

77 .379 '30

Today's Came'
Chicago at Brooklyn (N)
Milwaukee at New York
St.' Louis at Pittsburgh N)
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.

Yesterday's .Results
(Night Game)

beat Milwaukee 100 002 0104 7

lew- voric 001 000 1103 11

Santurron, unbeaten In three

local starts, returns to action

s"c vi, uuuuicucauci :uu.

iMwjfitiSrrXf rnn gcol'ed ta- ninth inning
received its v first shipment .y of before Miami took the nightcap,
horses from abroad Monday oa just two hits, also with a
night when Affiliation Order, run in the ninth inning to give
Cooksmaid and Emily Mary ar- veteran Howie Judson a six hit

uvea irom Engiana. win; and Havana shoved over

uooKsmaia ana jsmuy Mary run in the 10th" inning ti

are icr saie, Aimiauon orqer is-Kicnmona. 3-Z. S
already .sold. Parties interested :rv Mike Goliat's two-run homer lit
In obtaining Cooksmaid or Emi- the fourth inning gave Toronto a
ly Mary may contact Ibero Fr- 2-1. lead over Montreal1 but Bobby
nandez at the President Remon Del Greco hit a three-run homer

racetrack: . for the Rovals in the fifth. Toron-

UIoOo to picked up a run in the sixth (Night Game)
Another Spanish language tjirf and went ahead, 5-4, M the sev Cincinnati 000 100 0045 11
magazine will hit the news- enth on another two-run homer by Philadelphia 000 200 000 2 ; 9

stands on Sent. 6 The weklv oaat hut Montreal tied It with a rnuxnau -7 and Burgfess,

.wll be called El Hlpico and Is run-in tnr seventy ana won with

Detng pubiisned and edited by w -"'"

(N)

(16-6), McMahon and

Burdette

Crandall.

Worthington (8-9), Grissom
Thomas.

The standings and linescores:

Pet.

Teams
Buffalo
Toronto
Richmond
Rochester
Havana
Miami.
Montreal
Columbus

4

W L
80 59
79, 61
73 65
67 73
67 73

65 73- ,471
64 76 .457
63 78 .447

.576

.564
?.529i
.479
.479

GB
1V4
m
134
13V4
14V4
16Mi
18

this weekend against a strong March.

Marcos A. Fabrega.

oOo- y,
All the members of the
Horse Race Writers and An Announcers
nouncers Announcers Association are urg urged
ed urged to attend an important
meeting next Monday, Sept. 2,
at the President Remon race
track's office fn Panama City
(beside the Seguro Social
building).
i oOo -Veteran
apprentice jockey Ce

sar Kam continues to sharpen

up his riding technique with
daily workouts at the track, al

though he has been unable to

get a. mount since July, 1956.

Kam, who works as a bookkecp- tano. WPr-Cristante. LP -t-Grims

er at the Panama American, has ley. HRs Gohat 2, Del Greco.

won seven times in 53 starts.
This column hopes some rain-1 (first Game)

er or owner wm give tne sort- i;oiumous luo-oou-uoi e

snnkpn Vnm a rhnncp tn utinro Miami 001-000-000 150

how much he has Improved since .Kildoo, O'Donnell (9) (radKra- iLmlatt'Tai' Tliili'

uiiiiiiiiaii Qt viuu

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
At Qu'ibec
Toronto 000-201-200 5-132
Montreal 001-030-101 6-120

Blake, Grimsley 7) and Rosel-

Kipp, -Cnstante (9) 'and Pigna-

and
I

2
0

Cardwell 3-6), Farrell- and Lon Lon-nett.
nett. Lon-nett.

li

(Night Game) T
Chicago 401 400 000 10 1
(Brooklyn 110 000 0024 6 0
Drott (12-10), Lown and Neeman.
Newcombe' (10-11), McDevitt,
Bessent, Erskine and Caiiipanella.
(Suspended game of July 21)l
St. Louis 042 003 020-11 17 3
Pittsburgh 200 000 OOff 2 7 2
L, McDaniel (11-8) and Landrith.
Purkey (10-12), Swanson, O'Brien
and Peterson.'
(Night Game)
St. Louis .001 000 0001 5 0
Pittsburgh 001 00Q Olx 2 8 .2
V. McDaniel (7-4) and Landrith,
Friend (10-16) and Foiles.

American League
," W L PeK GB

f 80 45 ..640 i ft
' 75 49 .605 4V4
65 59 .524 14V
v 63 62 .504 17
61 65 .484 m
59 64 .480 20
" 49 77 '.389 3H4
47 78 .376 33

Teams

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

v Today's Games, ;'
New York at Chicago (N) -Washington
at Kansas City (N)
Baltimore at Cleveland (N)
Boston at Detroit
" Yesterday' Results
(Night Game) 1
New York 230 M0 033-12 16 1
Chicago 003 002 100-6 8 2
Ditmar, Ford, Grim (11-4), Tur Tur-ley
ley Tur-ley and tBerra.
Wilson, Staley, Fischer (5-7), La La-Palme,
Palme, La-Palme, Hughes and Lollar.

(Night Game)

Baltimore
Cleveland

101 011 0001
220 100 OOx 5

Moore (9-11), Lehman and Trian Trian-dos.
dos. Trian-dos. ;
Wyhn (14-15) and Hegah. A
(Night Game)
Washington 000 001 0001 3 0
Kansas City 200 001 OOx 3 10 0

Pascual (8-12), Clevenger
Berbereti
Urban (4-2) and Smith.

and

(Night Game)
Boston 000 120 110 02 7 12 2
Detroit 300 200 000 00-5 10 1
Fomlel'es, Delock (7-8) and Da Daley,
ley, Daley, White. . .
i Foytack, Byrd, Sleater, Maas 9 9-10)
10) 9-10) and House.

, David Allen Wins

he resumed dally workouts last vits;' Church and McCullough. .WP

Kildoo.

Eddie Arcard Thinks Writing
Harder Than Picking Winners

Buffalo"

By EDDIE ARCARO

Mantle. NY.

Woodliiig, Cle
Fox, Chicago
Boyd, Balti.
Skowron. NY.
Minoso, Chi.

McDougald NY 116 448

Sievers, Wash. 123 462

Kalme, Detroit 120 460

125 420 113 15
110 343 60 115

125 492
117 401
110 406
124 456

376
335

93 158 .321
60 126 .314
52 125 .308
81 140 .307
77 136 .304
86 138 .299
66 137 .298

HOME
National

I Aaron, Braves

Snider. Dodgers
Banks, Cubs
Musial, Cards
Mays, Giants
Crowe, Redlegs

RUNS
League

amp, iiininiin

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i.

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New eirofnal
1500 men tested leading after
shaves, picked Aqua Velva
wtth Kent-prolong er M-10.
New action I
Skin conditioner, Humectin,
"give your slun 6 drink."

New feel I

Ice Wlua Aqua Velva refreshes
in a new way tingles without
sting. Another fine Williams
product.
New look!
Smart decanterSi easy to hold.

Arrerken League
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks
Williams, Red Sox
Cclavito, Indians
Maxwell, Tigers

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.

(UP) Gee whiz, boy, writing is

miirh harder than DlCking Win-

ners, not that I'm any good at
that either, but trying to pick out
the greatest race out of the 20,008
that I have ridden is darn near
imposible.
There have been so many races
that I enjoyed winning and when
you lose they are all bad. Your
memnrv fades a bit at times

when you have 25 years of riding

to cover and the later races. are

37 all much clearer in my mma.
34 1 But who can forget the speed

30 with which Whirlaway picked up

CO I HIS HCiUS 111 U19 ma" j wwiuuft

races? Assault didn't nave any

room to go- between Gallorette
and Stymie in the Butler Handi

cap but he went through anyway

and we won. I really smiled that

day.

other shot at him. Winning any
race for Mr. Fits (Sunny Jim
Fitzsimmons, veteran trainer) is a

pleasure but this one meant a

little more to him than most oth others.
ers. others. His methods of training were
on the line and so were the meth methods
ods methods used by all the horsemen of

the old school in' which i had been
brought up.

S3
33
32
21
21

RUNS BATTED IN
National Leagut

Aaron, Braves 102
Musi-)), Cards 97
Mays Giabts 87
Hodges, Dodgers 83
Banks, Cubs 80
American League
Sievers, Senators 89
Mantle, Yanks 89
Minoso, White Sox 84
Skowron, Yanks 83
Jensen, Red Sox 81
PITCHING. W L Pet.
(Based en 11 decisions)
Schmidt, Cards 10 1 .909
Donovan, White Sox 15 3 .833
Shantz, Yanks 15 3 .769
Sanford, Phils 16 5 .762
Narleski, Indians I 3 .750

Enter Citation
Citation was just like driving a
Caddy. He could give you speed
at any time and more than once
during a race to boot. You'd have
to search pretty hard to find a
gamer horse than Devil Diver and
we had many ygood races together.
Picking any one of these would
mean leaving the others out That
wont work, so let's make another
category: One of the most satis satisfying.
fying. satisfying. The Nashua -Swaps match falls
into this category because of
many reasons. We had been beat beaten,
en, beaten, pretty badly at that, by Swaps
in the Derby and now we had an-

' 26o-ooi-oo o

Rochpster QOO-OOO-OOff 030

Isthmian Sports Car Club, were

"f . (Second tS'anw) 1 I held at .Pacora air strip' last Sun
rAli.Mkit. M r AAA AAA AAA A et dflY. : -',

m-i aaaaaaaai i 4 i Tha road cours6 Baa been set

I Blackburn and Kravitz; Judson :bl9f. SiSSVMS

nnH Rnchn ,i V ,. flee, I ran jvicniocr oiiu juu liw-
andBucha. h. 'starter was Bud Weishaar.

Each car ran against the stop

watch. Car, driver and place are

as fomws:

Havana s 000-200-001 372
Richmond 0OO-OO0-020-O 29 1
Kutyna, Dixon (8), Weisler (9)
and Chiti; Pane, Hatten (8, Pe Pe-fia
fia Pe-fia (8) and Izquierdo.

Given Responsibility

The old gentleman had Nashua
sharpened up for that race. I
watched him take two months with
the big colt hist for that day, I
saw all the patience, which makes
him so good, come out in the colt.
And then when he had done all
he could with Nashua, he turned
to me in the Washington Park
centerfield and said, "I've done

today Encanio J35, .20
Arlene Dahl ill -"WICKED
AS THEY COME",
Randolph Scott in
; "7th CAVALRY";
Today IDEAL 20 .70
' SPANISH DOUBLE! ;
Fernando Casanova in
. "AGUILA NEGRA"
Ninon Sevilla in
; "AVENTCRA EN RIO"

1st. David Allen (PorscheV

. 2nd. iBud Weishaar Alfa Romeo)

' 3rd. Gordon Sparks (Jaguar XK

120) -.- ; .v;,,.
4th. R. Archibal (MGA) -Z
1 5th. Don Lewis (MGA)
6th Paul Elia (MG Coupe)
. 7th. Joe Grills (Fiat 1100 TV)

8th. D wight Minton (Sunbeam

Alpine) "; "-i
9th.' Juan de la Guardia (Mer (Mercedes
cedes (Mercedes Benz 190SL) : i
10th. Frank Negron (Triumph
TR3) ;
. llth. Frank Kremser Hillman)

12th. Claus Kleischmann Yolks-

wagon .''.v..
Next event for the ISCC will be
a business meeting on Friday
Sept 13, at 7:30 p.m. at Hotel El
Panama.

aUIcan, Eddies It's up to you ; .,. . . . .
""Thatcare" meT I was to be re- P "3 SeCOnd American

spousiDic ior u uie wun uiu 11c

had done. One little mistake on

. u n k. 1 : T h

my pan wouiu reiieci ua sum. t .7 .' '.

think I might have left right then -yn : mhAVI 1 O-M I LQKe Ullrarm WIITI

' WbWVIIU Olllbl iVUII
D R I V E -1 N Completes Rugged

Along The Fairways

. i rr.-Amaoor womn s ;
y 'r.( Golf Association
. By HESTER1

KKatsrt i CaK vjame f dragging 4n

firora the drizzle complaining about
hen drives, approaches and putts,
butcher 8 was still good enough
to win- low gross at the Ffc Arnai
dor Coif Club, on -Thursday ,Aug.
In- the regular weekly tourna tournament,
ment, tournament, the players all selected a
handicap with the end in view of
coming up with a net score be between
tween between 68 and 78. The Blind Bogie
number wan 70. and Bev Fried Friedman
man Friedman hit it right oh the nose to
take first place. Jo. Alexander ad
Alive French tied for second nd
third place with 69's. Marge Sew
ell's,: putter, continues to stay hot.
She won the putting ball .with on only
ly only 30 strokes on the green.. : v-'
We are might happy td : wel welcome
come welcome back a number of the girls
who have been on vacation in tha
States;- particularly our Golf Chair Chairman,
man, Chairman, Margaret Hasting. Margaret
has been gone since the 14th of
June and her co-chairman, Marge
Sewell has been doing a fine job
for us but we are very, glad you
are back Margaret. ;y ';
Tomorrow, the tournament will
be Match Play against Par--with

full handicap. This tournament is

especially designed for the dub dub-bers
bers dub-bers and the vacationer- iwhe,

haven't played much gold during
the summer. Let's all come out

ana welcome back the vacationers

that have returned, jee off time
8:00 to 8:30 a.m.

if there had been a car bandy.

But Nashua did the job. And
what a job it wast I broke him

right out of the gate and kept
him going every minute. Every

time Swaps came up alongside be pj

had something more to nve.

Three times he shook him off and
the other colt didn't have a fourth m
run. We pulled away from there

home. Both ran a good race that

day but Nashua's was the better

It was very satisfying to bring

one.

Nashua

day.

back to

Mr. fits

that

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TORONTO UP) A 41-vea-old

American became the second per person
son person in three days to swim Lake

Ontario, completing the -difficult
crossing in 19 hours Monday.'

r Jim wooas or Orlando, Fl;,
said "it was a hard swim. Rut

I thought if I caught it just right
I could make it and I did."
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-Buffalo, N Y became the first
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Earlier conquerors were Marilvn 1

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Martinez-Comes

Match Tonight
The ten-round boat 'e be
tween Isidro Martinet of Pan Panama
ama Panama and Harold GOmet of
Providence, R.I, will be broad broadcast
cast broadcast over CFN-radio at t.9S
tonight-. !..4v
The fighi Is to tired dl dl-rect
rect dl-rect from the Boston arena.
. Gomes, New England feath featherweight
erweight featherweight champion, hat IS
straight triumphs jltUs far.

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PAGE NIN1"
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1957
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VktimOfHead

TeicalitiesB
Frdni Final Flag Recogiiitioii

Br ERBIRT MOISS

v -AJthott:f seeni Fifi
Tm'i Marlhnrn basketball team

ha'wcA tW; 1957 championship of
the Pcml" Provincial Bas etba 1
. leaguefr4omplicatioD8 and technl-

caiiues wiu uv hi u ii w-.

beforo the Cpionites may e oai
ri.llw Wnrlaimed champs.

Complications arose when Kay
r.m n thfi Gallito rtrotested a

; same against Balboa because of

a ruung wwcnk wm. i -w
wrongfully ;applied to him. As if

this writing, tne league na. i
faseed .its .verdict on the protest
everal people close to the game
feel that Kim'i Drotest is well

founded and. should get the favor

able verdictirom ,we m
Should this happen then the Coll Collates
ates Collates must beat Panama tonight
to clinch the 1957 title. ;
A rare situation will -develop is
Gallito is favored-with the protest
verdict. Gallito, will then have to

replay Bainoa. a uauiio viciury
and another -win tonight would tie
up the series lead if Marlboro los loses
es loses against Panama, tonight. ;
ROBABLrSIilS IND
TONIGHT AT. NATIONAL GYM
What may "be the final games
in the series will be played to tonight
night tonight at the Natiinal Gymnasium
in Panama Citv. In the first game.

Gallito will play Cerveza Balboa

and in the second Marlboro wUl Monday.

meet the Panama Cigarette five.
: Marlboro's -4 and 1 record is
good enough, to put-them one step
from the title 'while the other
three teams are lied With identi identical,
cal, identical, records. Jhey sport 2-and 3
records and will try to .get .into
the runnerup spot with wmi to tonight.
night. tonight. One will survive the ordeal
and twowill haye to settle for the
third .position.
The last time these teams met,
.Gallitoand Balboa unveiled undue
roughness, creating one of i the
biggest rhubarbs seen on a, play-
ing field on the Isthmus. A s i d e
from the melee, Kam ,. protested
the game, adding several "if 'a" to
the outcome of the series,' i i
. The, Panama Marlboro game
a aha. airfoil affair with the

uncrowned champs from Colon
sweeping the contest by an over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming score. They scored over.
80 points to maintain a straight straight-80
80 straight-80 series.- There is only one game
in which ttiAv did not scored fl

yer 80 points, their .only losing ef

fort against isaiDoa in, ineu- isi

outing. A Mariooro victory tonigni
will put them head and shoulders
out of the current mix-up,. s':
NEW PARK fOK NATS
WASHINGTON fTJPl A bill au

thorizing construction of a six-million-dollar
stadium in. the nation's

capital te.-tay, awaited rresiaeni
Eisenhower's signature. The meas

ure was approved by the House

Operation Fails
To Save Lad
Following 1(0
V.'-.-'i-'N:-': '.-"
. NEW ORLEANS. Aue. 28. (UP

16-year-old Jg&b cigarette-litered cement floor,
died last night from ahead in-." TK", ih. n,u,..t,1lri

jury;he received in the, 'i0id hef SIS
event of an amateur card : here tnP New York Yankees, has
last Friday night. t tho resv of the Amwican League

Grim Gets The Job Done Quietly

By JIMMY BRISLIN
NEW YORK (NEA)Bob Grim
walked across the railroad station'-!
waiting room. He had on a
dark hi own suit and a green plaid

sports shirt which was opened at

the neck. He had an ice cream
pop in one hand and the other kept
lifting up a suit so it wouldn't hit

Dan Daniel

out in the cold because of the
awesome amount of games he
saves.
-He might be the best late-inning
pitcher baseball has seen in years,
but he looked like just another

young guy, aa office worker per

haps, going away on a two-weex

vacation ana noboay in me sta-

Knu that. th Giants havtr de

cided to ; abandon New Yprki(for

San Francisco, what are uie iiKe iiKe-ly
ly iiKe-ly impacts on the Yankees? The

looniDeis aaimiiea iuuj wi j
had not yet. taken the trouble to
nnmniit the nossible gains in dol

lars and enU, in turnstile rec

ords, in television revenue ana,
certainly not to be, ignored net
dog and peanut sales. v
The Yankees may look forward

to a virtual baseball monopoly in
the metropolitan, area of some 12

million pogitlitiort. Last year, ev even:
en: even: with the badly shrunk gate of
Hie tfiants, the city account for
3.3 million admissions to 231 ball

eames on fewer than 200 ttates.

. In 'short, the owners of the n-

pty ball club bearing tne mew -xotk.
designation, who' paid-1 something
like $3 million to the Ruppert es estate
tate estate for the entire baseball empire
left behind by ,Col. Jake, will hit
a new Comstock 'Lode. Del Webb,
for one, certainly needs it. He is
said to be worth something like
$30 million.
Television Revenues. Bound
to Rise Sharply
If closed circuit pay television
comes -inte the major leagues, the
position of 4ht Yankees will be
worth so much more in American
dollars.
Even if toll TV doesn't develop,
the Bombers will enjoy a sharp
rise in Video profits. 4
Under current contracts; they
collect around $750,000. With the
Polo Groundera gone to. a better
reward. I hope, Channel 11 will be
available to the Bombers every
day, or night, of the baseball
season. i .
That there will he any radical
change-in TV policy before the
present contract with B Han tine
Brewery expires in-October, 195$,
U doyblfuL
But once that pact runs out, the
Yankee owners will be in the. most
commanding television position, by

,h. :nth. from tnlurvi

Kercheval is chairman or
ihe Southern Amateur Athle Athletic
tic Athletic Union, He said the injury
was probably caused by L L-rettet
rettet L-rettet powerful left hook fol followed
lowed followed by two other blowa to
the head. f
An autopsy is scheduled W he
performed today to determine
the exact cause of death. ;
'Racial Prejudice'.
Remarks By Floyd

Cause Conlroversy
SEATTLE (UP) The contro controversy
versy controversy over alleged remarksby
heavyweight champion Floyd Pat Patterson
terson Patterson about "racial prejudice 'in
his fight with Pete Rademacher
was stalemated in the ryou-did,
no-I-did-not" phase today,
Emmett Watson, reporter for
the Seattle post Intelligencer, in insisted
sisted insisted that Patterson made re re-...k.
...k. re-...k. hmit th 1250.000 guaran-

in;,- .r i4 .nt.wu raised m tne somn.

Salvador R. Cahxelosi Jr.

was Wen 50-5 chance,'- to
live after doctora performed
a lengthy brain operation to
remove a blood clot after he
was injured in a boxing match
with Joe Lorette, Friday's am amateur'
ateur' amateur' bouts were sponsored by
thm St. Bernard Parish Athle

tic Recreation Department

It was reportea ine ; youHBjtion noticed him.
boxer received the head injury j
When Lorette knocked him down j "There." Casey Stengel said,
and he struck his. head on the, i, my guy when it gets a little
xmui However, referee Fran- i.te. and the other fella is think-

cis Kercheval aald Cangelosl was ing, f winning and I am thinkng
fatally atruclc during a toe-to- i don't want to lose. He straight-

toe exchange. OI oww iu m mi everiraug oui. uiu i "m
v i ; i. : j there., you'd never know it. Peo-

. Trie floor. Kercheval said, was pie leave him alone and that's

ncayujr juvt r. that uraw nn

far,- of any, organization in. the
major leagues. Doubtless there will
be a vast expansion of telecast telecasting,
ing, telecasting, with morp sponsors more rev revenue,
enue, revenue, and .greater possibilities for

the future in the biggest buying in

the world.
Pettible Iffecr
n Stadium Attendance.
di:',
Concerning Stadium attendance,
there are two schools of thought.

One figures that the Yankees will

face the" twrtaraty of at less
million admissions a year, if

ii i.;! f.'remarks.

Patterson

the

denied making

and Radmacher's

will, help Jhe Yankee box office on- camps mc ""S

lv littU CSliea YVaiSO".S awry iiuii.ujwv.

It is pointed out that the Stadium
Club and other season, box sales

h.t th Hnnartum nf the fiilntl 1 Patterson S

already are right up to the limit,
with their advance take of some something
thing something like $1.8 million a year.
There is considerable duplication
of Stadium and Polo Grounds
sales. :
The pessimists point out that in
Boston in 1952, the Red Sox played
to 1,115,750, while the iBraves drew
only 281,278.
The National Leaguers then
moved to Milwaukee and their
Golconda. while the 1953 Red Sox,

with a ew England baseball mo-

Two newsmen, who ssia tney

were present at the interview,
said Watson's story was factual.
The controversy broke out after
the fight when Watson quoted
Patterson as saying:
"In New York they couldn't
have raised $250 for this kind of
fieht. Rademacher couldn't have

raised the money in any ouier

place but Georgia or the South.
That money had to be raised
some place where they don't like
colored people ... If I had been a
white fighter they never would
have put up any $250,000 . The

noDoiv. dropped to 1.026.133. whole show leaves me with

If these figures warn the own- very bad taste in my mouth."

ers of the Yankees not to expect

too much, box office help from the
departure of the Giants, how about
the Philadelphia figures?
In 1954. the moribund Athletics

played to 304,666, while the fourth-

place rniniea attractea tm,wi.
With the A's gone to Kansas City
in 1955, the Phillies jumped to 922, 922,-886
886 922,-886 with another fourth-place team.
Then there are the Cardinals'

figures, showing a jump from 880,-

242 to 1,039,698 when the Browns
left town in 1954..
The conclusion must favor a big
attendance gain for the Yankees
in 1958, and from then on.

Basilio To Give Extra

Against

Ray

Robinson

' By CARMEN BASILIO
War Id Welterweight Champion
" WrKtwi fer the United Press
ALEXANDRIA BAY, N.Y. (UP)
On -Monday September 23, I
fight Sugar Ray Robiisoa at tne
Yankee Stadium for the middle middleweight
weight middleweight championship of the world.
It would bo a complete under understatement
statement understatement for me to say I intend
to win this fight. Not that I don't
intend to win all my tights. But for
thia one, I'nv going to give -it a

little txtra something that you
.cant pin down. Maybe I'll be
fighting over.' my head. Maybe I'll
be -inspired by something I cant'
define. c .
I don't, bate .Ray Robinsoav I
just don't Vke him. WayT
"Far tne who likes everybody,
that's not loo easy to explain.

' Hero Are Reason
-

I" always admired mm

as a

waiting an hour or so, like he did
when we signed contracts at the
commission. And there was the
time, wheu I was just coming up
when I felt a thrill at meeting him

one day on Broadway and be did-

a even acknowledge my greeting
with a wave of the hand. These,
and other little items, have piled
up in me ad they'll all be com coming
ing coming out the night of the fight.
.'- leger 4 Per ReMaaen
It. would be hard to sell people
on a statement that I Wild have

fought Robinson for nothing if

mat was tne only way to ret the

fight If I had ever said that, Rob-

idsou wouu save asaeo tor per
cent instead of the 4$ per cent
he's getting. I say it Bow, how however,
ever, however, because the contracts are
signed -and there's nothing he caa
do to chaage the f gurea.
I've seea Ray Robinson fight
before. In fact, I taw him fight

fighter and still respect his ability Fullmer i Chicago. Fhillmer
in the rg despite his age. I'd be the mistake of opening up
a aucker if I regarded him as a!' Robinson and Robinson nailed
pushover! He's too smart a fighter him. I doa t fight like FuUmer.
and he must still pack a wallopil think also that I Punch Harder
from the way he knocked out jGeneja"d Faster, than Fullmer. Robia-

soa wont be able to ait me as

easy as he did Fullmer. And Rob-j

inson may not be able to take the

Fulmer. But I dont bke him

personally although It've only met

him a fv tiBBi-t.

Pertaps It's because be la de-'Punuvnineiu-.
mindtif kind of a guv. He wats Jan confute t of victory ha',
everythiag aod doesn't want the. went make any prediction! .as fa
other nil to have aeythig. lle'ho w.U haupee, Ad the fa
his refpert lor time ad peo- that I don't like him will be a
pie. He doesn't mind keeping you'sdded starter in my corner.

me if he wants it that way on

account of he is my meal ticket."
It is always this way with Grim.
Before; a game, he'll do some

sprinting across the outfield grass,
come back to the dugout for a
couple of minutes and sit alone,

down at the end, then jog out

to the bullpen when the game
starts. The rest of the Yankees
are questioned by reporters or
asked to put their names on base baseballs
balls baseballs for an usher or somebody
like him.
After the game, he'll walk out
of the bali park and go right

through the usual crowd of auto autograph
graph autograph seeking kids, who never
bother him because nobody takes

him for a ball player.

It is the same during a game
when StenPel walks out, in the
seventh or eighth inning, and

waves to the bullpen for Grim

The sturdy, dark-haired right

hander comes out, throws his
eight warm-up pitches, then starts

firing a fast ball at batters

There are no heart atopping
jams when he works. Instead
there are strikeouts and a double

play ball and a pop fly or two

and it's over. And Grim walks

off without fanfare.

But thprt should he nlentv.

After Grim tiad appeared in 35
games for the Yankees, his earned
run average was an implausible
1.93. He had won 10 games, saved

close to 20 others and consistently

struck out twice as many as he

walked,

"It's no hig deal, so why make

one out of it? Grim tells you

"1 had a sore arm in 1954 and
'55, so I only get used for a couple
of innings now. I went -three
and two thirds a couple of times
this year. That's the most. No
sense gambling on going nine and

hurting my arm again. I m mak
ing t fine ths way.

"I don't do anything special.
Just throw fast stuff and try and

get them out. You don't fiddle
around and be cute. Just get it

done and go home."

MARGARITA LIAGUi

A Tfheetinc of the Margarita

Men's Bowling League will be
held ton Tuesday, Sept: S, at 7:30
n.m. in the Conference Room of

th Marcarita Service Center.

Team captains are aaked to at attend
tend attend in order that teams may he
set up so that the season may stsrt
without unnecessary delay.
New bowlers interested m enter entering
ing entering the league are also asked to

attend m oraer tnai tney may uu
any vacancy that may arise.
For further information contact

Dick Hogan at ens.. ZS7 or
W.- Brown, Cris. 2571.
Washington, K.C.
Fans Must Wait
UntilNext Year
CLEVELAND" OJP)' Washington

and Kansas City fans will have Jo

wait until next year.-
Th Senators were mathemati

eallv .eliminated from the Ameri

can League pennant race by drop

ping a double-header to the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians,-8-2. and 6-4, Sunday

whlla the Athletics were cumulat

ed when they lost two games to
the Orioles during the wek end.

Grim's family owns a tavern

which is under the "L" tracks of

a crowded avenue in Brooklyn

He lives around the corner from

the piece on a block of three-

story houses where he learned

to play baseball by playing catch

ior nours on tne street.
"Throw one." he recalls, "then

let a car pass, then go out and

throw another one. The whole

family still lives around there and
most of my friends, so why would

i leave 7"

Down at the tavern, his father
takes time out from serving the
lunch hour crowd and asks, "Why

snouui ne oe any ditierent than
he is He's had luck and God
has been good to him."

A customer nodded. "He just

aoes n.-s jod well, the guy said

"He's too busy winning games to

pe a Dig shot."

Colon Youngster
Leads Air Force
Team In Hitting
Br HERBERT MOISE
COLON Allan Bailey. Colon

youngster who left her a few
years ago for the United States,
led the Hahn Air Force baseball
team with a .390 battine avcr-

faee. Bailer also led the team In

the .altntrinc: column, -wlth a
.724 average. ', ;
Boom-Boom" Balleyi as he Is

called by his teammates; collect-i
ed three hlta ;in four trtns to
the plate In ; the team's last
game and to eke out th temV
leadership from teammate John
Kevgler wbo finished with 394.

The coloruttf amasxed nis tuna

lak V

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OUT OF DOORS with

BASS HAVE SOME
CAT TO THEM
By At McCtANE
Pishing Editor
Some years ago, at an other otherwise
wise otherwise sane fishing camp at Cran Cranberry
berry Cranberry Lake. New York, a gentle gentleman
man gentleman oi our acquaintance caught
the largest trout ofythe season
while using s mouse for bait. The
fact that fish of all kinds eat mice
isn't usually admitted by purist
anglers, and baiting a hook, with
one far transcends the abilities of
your reporter. We heard-recently
of a man who raises mice for just
this puipose and presumably he
has d. going market for them.
There are artificial mice, how however,
ever, however, m..de for the Jfly rod and
spinning or bait casting rods,
which are old favorites among

bass fishermen, wnetner Dass eat
many mice in the course of a sea season
son season is hard to say, but the lures
always work.
The fly rod kind Is made of
bucktai) hair, tied heavily around
the hook. The underside is trim trimmed
med trimmed flat to make it float better,
and Js finished with, black bead
eyes, whiskers, and a thin, flex flexible
ible flexible leather tail.
The spinning or bait casting
type is made of plastic or wood,
shaped to mouse proportions and
similarly finished in detail in in-cludng
cludng in-cludng typical gray color. They
come in several sizes, but for the
fly rod we favor one. ted on a
4-ounc3 imitation is easiest to
handle.
Use this lure In the evening up
close to the shores, around trees
fallen into the water and in simi similar
lar similar spots haunted by the bass
during the evening inshore feed feeding
ing feeding period. An excellent man-ovor'i'-nging
the cilf.c of the
stretm and thru flick it off to sim simulate
ulate simulate tne appear.tncu of a ir.oi-fc
that has fallen in. You'll find
this a mo?, tempting and unusual
lure.
Walleyed pike, northern pike,
and si! large panfish will hit a

mouse hire aa readily as the Hack

bass. We think the artificial is

a lot easier to use than the real
thing.

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City Officials Study
'Strings' Attached
To Dodgers' Offer
NEW YORK (UP) City officials
expressed hope today that the
Brooklyn Dodgers' new offer to

build their own ballpark may
keep the team in Brooklyn but;
they were studying carefully the.
"strings" attached to the offer.
Dodger President Walter O'Mal-J
ley made the offer Monday at a.
special meeting with Deputy May Mayor
or Mayor John J. Theobald and other of-1

finals.
The offer boiled down to this:
Forset about building a dity

owned sports arena in Brooklyn, i

Just condemn the land there; sen
it to us at a "aommon sense"
price; and we'll build our own
ballDark.

: Immediate official reaction Was

mixed. One official declared that'

CMalley's move made," "things

look brighter m our plan to Keep
the Dodeers here." Another in-

listed that .O'Malley was asking
for something that is "impossible
and ho. knows it" ":.V I

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Villi an

lit iitvrw airv an as viu wi i,iirv,vw
lot the Be! Air farm of the Ute
millionaire William Woodward Jr.
Levitt announced plans to build

1,000 home a the 2.226-aere es-

'ate. which- etiee stah'ed such
famed racing thoroughbreds as
Nhct and Gallant Fox. ;
The estate went on the block
after veung Woodward was shot
and killed by his wife Oct 30, 1SS5.
lrc Wiwvtwar,! Mill ah miifAnlr

His ven doubles were i

second -hkhtst on hn team, His,

j i I una ucu lmiii i i 1 feic,
for. top honors n the Hahn
Hnwka. His 34 RBI and eeht
HR's were his-h on the HHAF
team : an cThts 41 hits were
enough to place him second be behind
hind behind Keegler. : '
The Hawks, with a last day
double Tictory. firhed with a
season's record of -18 wins and

kr lunhand fnr hiirlr in thii- 13 lOSSeS. .

rtirr' Kst Lnn isJand hom i Plle" sverafe In a nutslirtl:

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Tugs Pull Peruvian
Sub Oil Reel In
Long Island Sound
OLD SAYBROOK. Conn.. AuR.
28 (UP) A Peruvian submarine,
with 57 men aboard, was pulled
from a reef in Lone Island
Sound todav 16 hours after run running
ning running aground.
No one was Injured.
A Navy tuj;, a civilian tutr and
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ed hauled the attack submarine Iqulque
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Aboard were 41 employes of
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A rescue vessels stood by
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fished over the s'de with impro improvised
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draws about 25 feet of wnW.
was in only nine feet of water.
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the McLev way. Body Massare,
Exrercislnr. Machine, Turkish
hath. Trained operators tor ladies
tnd a" entlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-2217
TRANSPORTS! BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 22451 2-2562
loam Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar fclfe Ins. Co;
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
DOROTHY CHASE'S
Fall classes begin Oct. 1st
Include Ballet, Tap, Toe.
Women's classes and tum tumbling
bling tumbling for "Little Guys."
For all information
Call 2-1751.
new canon
CAMBKAS
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
I.I.IUIM II.
Panama N. Tork Colon
U.S. Intelligence
Siflinq Dafa On
Red Rockel Claims
WASHINGTON, Aur. 28 (VP)
U.S. Intelligence efforts .re .redoubled
doubled .redoubled today to learn the truth
behind the Soviet claim to have
fired an intercontinental ballis ballistic
tic ballistic rocket.
Statements from hiehest gov government
ernment government levels showed that so
far the government doesn't
know what really happened.
Experts have said the Russian
claim could mean much or lit little.
tle. little. Secretary of State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles said yesterday that
the Soviets neglected to mention
whether their rocket hit a large
or small target. He said U.S. In
telligence agencies would make
a careful study of the announce-1
ment.
Acting Defense Secretary Don-
i aid A. uarles said in a carefully-
worded statement that the "im "immediate
mediate "immediate military sismificance of
the so-called (missile) race has
been greatly exaggerated."
However, Sen. Henry M. Jack Jackson
son Jackson D-washo, a member of the
Senate Armed Services Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, said the Soviet announce announcement
ment announcement was cause for "trrave con concern
cern concern He said it should jar this
country Into making an "all-out
effort" to perfect the lnter-con-tinental
missile.
HASPEL
SUITS
Are coming back to
th Isthmus
th first thipmont of
this brand of Suits to
Tch fctrt since) 1950.

AGENTS OH OUR OFFICES AT W-ST

SERVICES
,. The FATIMA PHARMACY lo-
Cated at Mercado El Rey, offers
, efficient filling of prescriptions
end home delivery service. Phone
3-3416.
! 3-minute car wash '$ I, steam
',, cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
. ears $5. Auto-Baiio, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
Radios repaired, $2.50, parts
reasonable if needed. One-year
guarantee. "Radio Television'
Rio." 15th Street, Rio Abajo.
, Vincent B. Janniere, registered
piano-technician. Nat. Assc.
Piano Tuners. U. S. A. Tel 2 2-3305.
3305. 2-3305. Apto. Postal 4862. Pana Pana-:
: Pana-: ma R. P.
Dogs
FOR SALE: Quality golden
fawn BOXER PUPPIES registered
A. K. C. 3 months, Tel. 2-1344,
Residence 2-1704, Aptd'o. 915.
FOR SALE. Pure-bred Cocker
Spaniel puppies. Phone 3-1344,
Panama.

Albrook Nips Champion
Clayton Five In Final
PAAF Cage Loop Action

Final Panama Area' Armed Forc Forces
es Forces League basketball action Mon Monday
day Monday .night saw the runner-up Al Albrook
brook Albrook AFB Flyers down the cham
pion Cavaliers for the fourth time
in six encounters, 89-87 at Albrook.
The .third, place .Fort Jtobbe Reg Regulars
ulars Regulars topped the jArmy Atlantic
Bushmasters in the season's Other
finale 63-59 at Fort Davis.
At Albrook, forward Carl Smith
tossed in two free throws and
guard Bon Pearson flipped' in a
jump shot in the final minute of
play to continue their jinr over
the league champions.
The Flyers trailed all the way
going into the final stanza, but
guard Emmett' (Bryant fired in 14
and Pearson added six in final
period to gain the come-from-be-hind
upset win.
Albrook had four men in double
figures with Bryant and Pearson
leading the way with 43 and 15
points respectively.
Clayton also had four men In
doubh figures with Sam "Romeo"
Williams leading the pack with
27.
3!

GLIDDEN PANAMA, S. A.
Phone Hop.
3-7711 3-7712
MANAGER

B At BOA
STARTS SATURDAY."

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"IT STREET, fANAMA UBRERlA PREqADO-4 Btreet. A.iEFM9

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1955 Motorola 21"
Television. Brand new picture. ;
tube. Call 87-6236 or 87-4247.
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco blocks, 4" V.
' They are economical, light '.and 7
do not crack, $123.20 per thou- ?,,
sand. Clayco & Alfareria, S. A,
Via Espana No. 37-48. Phone
3-0160. 'Yv-&
FOR SALE: Due to trip." 1 952
Pontiac station wagon, 4-doer,'
good condition, $700.00. Two
drump trucks with tires. 1 dump"
truck. One stake body truck:
without tires. Will accept offer
over $1,500.00. Clary cash
register-adding machine, new
$150.00. Six and eight inch
block making machine, new $50.
Caloric automatic gas stove,
$100.00. Refrigerator,' $75.00.
Living room, dining room furi
nitura, radio. Two movie pro projectors,
jectors, projectors, 35 m.m., $300, Cash
aalo before August 31. 13th
street Melendez Noi 12,091, A A-partment
partment A-partment 2, Phone 606-B.
From 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
and 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
At Davis, Kobbe garnered a
meager four point 34-38 half time
lead and then managed to ward
off the game Bushmasters who
played Kobhe on even terms in
the final half.
"Big" John Foster, the game's
highscorer, bit for nine of his, 22
points in the final stanza in an
effort to pull the game out of the
fire. Guard Hal Terry added 17
for AA.
Guard Ron Massier and center
Dick Hill canned 22 and 18 respec
tipely for the Regulars.
Albrook 19 Clayton 87
Albrook FO FT PF T
Smith, C, f 15 3
NO DEER DODGING
ELKHART LAKE, Wis. (UP)
Officials of the Road America 500
mile race, planned for Sept. 8, in
dicated today a deer in the bush
is worth two in the road. They
will shoot an overabundance of
deer away from the four. mile.
circuit with a special "hunting"
party a tew days before tne race.
viear!
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U MOVED ADES ATHw Beaiae

Home Articles
FOR SALI: -Americin Embassy
Officer being transferred must
sell refrigerator electric stove,
washing maehine, end tables,
sofa, and kitchen, appliances. Ex Ex--
- Ex-- edllent condition. Arenida Pew
38-18 third floor. ,,
FOR SALE: Due to tripK bed bedroom
room bedroom set and other articles.
Fhone 3-2622.
BEST BUY IN TOWN Metil
' Beds 30" with springs 7.50,
chairs LOO, dressers COO, China
closet 12.50, modern vanities..
: ..29.00, moderri wardrobes 39.00,
eenter tables 7.50, aluminum
porch chairs 9.50, modern studio
couch 59.00, lovely mahogany
bar V red upholstery 75.00,
wrought Iron dining, room acts
129.00, mattresses S.00, spring
15.00, linoleum 6.95. House Household
hold Household Exchange, National Ave.
No. 41. Tel, 3-4911 3-73.

Clark, f 0 2 52
Edwards, f i 4 4 3 12
Thompson, c 0 0 0 0
Hopwood, c 5 0 5 10
Bryant, g 16 IX 4 43
Pearson, g 6 3 5 15
Johnston, g 0 0 0 0
Totals 32 25 25 : 89
Clayton FO FT PF T
Reynolds, f 5 6 2 16
Clemons. f 2 9 5 13
Canada, f 3 0 2.6
Williams, e 12 3 1 27
Gleason, g 5 3 4 13
Sandford, g 10 12"
Jankovich. g 2 4 2 8
Lawrence, g 0 2 0 2
Totals 30 37 17 87

Score by periods:
Albrook
Clayton
16 36 64 89
21 44 66 87
Kobbe 43 Army Atlantic 59
Kobbe
Scarlett, f
Maloney 1
Sawtelle, 1
Hill, c
McCullough, c
Allen, g
Baxter, g
Massier, g,
Totals
Army Atlantic
Haggerty,
Almore, i
Foster, c
Trask, g
Grossi, g
Terry, g
Totals
FO) FT PF T
1
2
0
8
0
4
2
8
0 2
2 4
0 0
1 18
1 2
3 10
1 5
3 22
25 13 11 63
F FT PF T
5 0. 1 16
2
10
2
1
5
1 4
2 22
4 4
5 2
2 17
25 9 15 59
Snra riw TMrioH.(r
Kobbe V'" 17 34 46 63
Army Atlantic 16 30 41 59
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
- '- 'Canal iEone.i ...
Vnlted State District Cenrt Far
The District of The Canal Zone
Divlninn of Balboa
Fay G. Adam., plaintiff, vs. Charllne
a iri,mi rirfendant. Summon Case
No. 451 CivU Docket 21 Action for Di
vorce.
To the above-named oefenaam:
You are hereby required to eppear
and answer' the oomplamt filed in the
above-entltled action within ninety days
after the first publication. v
In ease of your failure to so appear
and answer. Judgment will be taken a.
gainst you bv default for the relief d-
manaea m me compiling
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for the District oi tne unai iume,
this August ST. 1SST.
L. t. MCtornucs, Jr.
I 1 Clerk
By Sara de la Pena
' Chief Deouty Clerk.
(Seal)".- ...
To cnarline A. Adams
The forearln( summons 1 served Up.
on you by publication pursuant to the
ordar. or tne nonoraoie uiuiris r
Crowe. Judge, United States District
Court for the District or tne unai JLone.
dated August 27. 1SS7, end entered end
filed' in this action Hn the office of
the Clerk of said United States District
Court for the Division of Balboa, on
August ST. 157.
i. ncvvniM, r.
Clerk
By Sara de la Pefta
Chief Deputy Clerk.
TEU-.UP
GUARANTEED
TV SERVICE
: TEL 2-2374
Center "H" Darien St
-THE BEST
GARBAGE CAIIS
tr mad hf
PANAMA SHEET
METAL WORKS

WANTED. 'Competent- seam seamstress,
stress, seamstress, must know jeod sewing.
Apply Balboa Dross Shop, fhone
Balboa 2-1403.

Real Estate
BECAUSE I've decided to live
in the United Stares, I will self I
my Santa Clara Beach property,
8 acres. 5 furnished houses. ;
- Shop building. 2 wall with motor
and Windmill. See Ferero at San- :
. fa Clara or write Geneva Shrapnel'
1529 North Allen-Avenue, Pa Pasadena,
sadena, Pasadena, California.
Domestic Employment
WANTED; Experienced House Housekeeper
keeper Housekeeper and cook. Telephone)
Gambeo 226.
Quote Unquote
TOKYO Communist China's
chief propaganda organ People's
Daily," on. that country's rejection
oi a u.a. State Department pro
Sosal to let U.S. newsmen go be
ind the. Bamboo Curtain:
"What the U.S. government fs
now trying to do is -send people
mto our country; to search our op
portunities to create trouble." :
"WASHTN(?TnNJ!ori j-' William
Albright (D-Ark.), on the State
Department's stand aeamst ad
mitting Red Chinese reporters to
the United Spates on an exchange
uaoia;
"Don't we have Tass reporters
here now. I don't think: the Chi
nese are any more dangerous
than the Russians."
WASHINGTON American coun
terspy. Boris Morros, disclosing
that several Americana employed
by the government overseas are
spying forth Russians and may
soon be indicted:
"There are?' two sisters, one
married to the richest celluloid
man in Europe and on married
to ah Important engfneer Jit Jji
Alamos., .y ; (.-,
VATICAN" CITY Pope Plus
XII. on the "cruel disillusion
ment that young people' face
when Ihey first go out into the
worm;
"Slowly-they absorb the poison
of materialistic caching, of atti
tudes warped by class warfare
and Hatreds."
PANAQRA AU-Radio
Operation
; (PA-C) NEW YORK (Spe (Special)
cial) (Special) During the' first month
Of operation,. PANAGRA's (Pan
American-Grace Airways) new
one-plane all-cargo : service flew
54,085 revenue ton miles be between
tween between the United States and
the west coast of South. Amer America,
ica, America, v; -;'!
The new DC- serviced which
operates on a once-a-week
schedule over the routes of Pan
American and PANAORA" be between
tween between Miami and Lima. Peru,
makes a direct Connection with
Interline carrier's cargo flights
irom New Yrk and other -key
cities to provide U5. shippers
with a week-end delivery ser service
vice service to South America, ; :
The bulk of the- careo car
ried on the first four flights
consisted or nousehol df urnl urnl-ture.
ture. urnl-ture. bales of wearing apparet,
n ty machinery t parts,
drubs and pharmaceuticals, an
drilling and mining equipment
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES 'OF AMEBICA
Canal Zone
United State District Cent Far The
District t Ih Canal Zaaa
. Divlsioa of Balboa
Parker O. Stewart, plaintiff, vs. Marie
Erwln Stewart defendant. Summon
Case No. 4UI CivU Docket U Action
for Divorce
To the above-named defendant;
Tou are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
aoove-enuttea action within ninety oajrs
after the first publication,
In ease of your failure to so appear
and answer. Judgment will be taken a.
gainst you by default for the relief
aemanoee in tne complaint,
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie 'f.
Crowe. Judge, United Statee District
court tor tne mstrict or too canal sane,
thie July 2 195T.
,. C. T. McCeneJck, Jr.
" ' Clerk v r -j-(Seel)
.
, By Sara la Fesie v
" Chief Deputy Clerk
. To Marie Irwin Stewart
The foregoing summon Is served vpi
yov by publication purroant to th or order
der order of the Honorable Guthrie F. Crowe.
Judge. United States District Court for
the District of the Canal Zone, datef
July S3. 1S9T. and entered ana filed tr
this action la tne office of the Clerk e
aid United State District Court toi
the Dirinon of Balboa, on July S3. US?
. C. T. McCeraatek, Jr.
.- 1' Clertt
. Bt Sara la Vena ; r
, Chief Deputy Clerk

WANTED:

Accountant or C-PA, whit, aerloa and rspnsJbra.
Apart from accounting exprJenc ahoaJd bo unl tm
the Enrllah lanrrure ae t take charfe f eorrro eorrro-pandence.
pandence. eorrro-pandence. Good f store witb a arrioas fiiu at goedl re reputation.
putation. reputation. Send reformer, atatinc ed scat ion. experi experience,
ence, experience, rrcomineTidationB. phot. ar and nitniinaea sal salary
ary salary drotrod U Box 4217. PhoU will be return ed.

r v

Miscellaneous
alcoholics Anonymous
drawer "a," diablo
box 1211, cristobal. c
Dr. Wandehalt medical elinle.
Day night service. Opposite
Chase Bank. Tel 2-J479.
Lesson
DOSISI WAITES School of Dana.
Ing reopening September 5th.
Knight of Columbus Hall. Resi Residence
dence Residence phone Z-23 63.,
Llona Sears' Studio of Dancing,
at side of Hotel Panama; Class Classes
es Classes or woman in .Exercise for
. Slimming and Posture in Modem
Danea for body control and grata
of movement. Please telephone
Panama 3-0327 for further in.
formation, t
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1952 Harley
Davidson Motorcycle 74, House
37! -A, N. Cristobal. Phone
1633 : ;
Boatsifir Motors
POR SALEt Small outboard
,apaodboat. new 10-hp. Evinrudo
motor, remote controls, $425.
Phono 3-2831.
FOR SALE: 14' boat with trall trall-er,
er, trall-er, oxeellent condition. Must tell.
$65.00. Call Albrook 86-7,161.
FOR SALE: 16 ft. cabin cruia.
or. 25 h.p. Johnson motor. Elee Elee-tri.
tri. Elee-tri. standing. Law than 2' years
old. Kobba 6194.
1955 FORD-ZEPHYR
Con W.S.W.
I5.00
M ?' fil. t-7BlB
V 1951 JP-ORD
4-door FDJf
$as.9o I
n COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 1-7019
1953 FORD
S-door Radio
$795.00
4 COLPANMOTORI
, v Tel. J-7010
15J pQNTiAC ConTortiUt
,A;vr y,f5.00
'.JOLrA N M OIOBI
TeL;70lO'
1953 MERCUR1 CONV.
W.S.W. Radio
$825.00
.COLPAN MOTORS
TeL 3-7010
1955 FORD CUSTOMLINE
2 tone tone-$195.00
$195.00 tone-$195.00 COLPAN MOTORS
TeL 3-7010
,1952 BUICK HARDTOP
Radio -''
$595.00
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL 70l0
1950 MERCURY
4-4er Radio- WAW.
$475.00
C-OLP AN MOTORS
TeL J-7010
; 1953 CHEVROLET
' 2-door t tone
";. V -.$795.00
vCOLPAN MOTORS
TeL 3-7010
1951 MERCURY
2-door Merc. Radio
, ;K : SS7S4 ;
'.- COLPAN MOTORS
. Tei. 8-7010

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PAGE ELEVEN
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST, M, 1857
BY GEORGE WUNDEB
THE STORY OF MARTHA WAINE
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49 Names (Fr.)
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81 Lohengrin's
bride
82ause
83 Card gam

38 Raw silk
weight
87 Perfidy
41 Make
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42 Ordinary
44 Rounded
48 Depot ship
93 Silkworm
84 Drink made
with malt
88 Shield bearing
87 Scum
88 Cathedral
church
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plant
80 Mounds used
by golfers
81 Distress signal
2 Petty quarrel

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Soviet Scorn For Open Skies

Spells Fearful Danger

WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 (UP) President Eisenhower said today that persistent
ftovi.t scorn for western arms reduction proposals might condemn humanity to "an

jndfinit future of immewuraDie danger.
--' Eisenhower pledged the country's continued efforts to find a true road to peace
"depit Russia's bitter attack in London yesterday on western proposals for aerial
Inspection of the United States, Russia and Canada.

'-The Chief Executive set forth
hii views in special siaieme"..
issued after a one-hour White
House meeting with Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower laid the "scornful words
used yesterday by Valerian Zorin,
the Soviet disarmament delegate,
were "deeply disappointing to all
true lovers of peace."
Referring to Russia's announce announcement
ment announcement this week that it had sue-
.
Cocle Red Cross
Seeks Clothing,
Household Gifts
" An appeal for gifts of used cloth
ing, cooking utensns, or nou nou-hkl
hkl nou-hkl articles has been made to
nf the Canal Zone by
Ihe Panama Red Cross chapter
in Cocle,
The appeal was received by
Gov W. E. Potter in a formal not notice
ice notice from Mrs. Ruth F. de Guar Guar-dia,
dia, Guar-dia, president of the Cocle Red
Cross chapter, who said that it is
planned to distribute donations a a-mong
mong a-mong the poor and needy there
on Sept. 24.
'In announcing receipt of the re request,
quest, request, the Governor asked Zone
residents to send donations in ad advance
vance advance of the distribution date.
Man Drops Dead
Walking In Ancon
A -13-year old man dropped
dead while walking alone in An Ancon
con Ancon ea-ly this morning. William
E. Griffith, a Jamaican resident
of Panama City, was found at the
Intersection of Porto Bello Street
end Shalcr Road in Ancon.
Mr. Griffith was a former em employe
ploye employe oi the Panama Canal. He
retirid from the Dredging Divi Division
sion Division in June, 1950.
. He appeared to have died of
natural causes, but his body has
been transferred to the morgue at
Gergas Hospital where an autopsy
will be performed.
New, Direct,
Scheduled By
ranama ii becoming a gateway
for round-the-world flights by a
inele airline with the acquisition
by Pan American World Airways
cf a new direct route from here
to Europe.
The route, via San Juan, to Lis Lisbon,
bon, Lisbon, Madrid and Rome, also opens
up vast new trade and travel pos possibilities,
sibilities, possibilities, moving Panama nund nund-reds
reds nund-reds of miles and hours closer in
time to the great cities of Europe.
Predicting the route will be "an
instant success," Wilbur L. Mor Morrison,
rison, Morrison, executive vice president in
charge of the airline's Latin A A-merixan
merixan A-merixan Division, said PAA plans
to start flying the route "as soon
as possible," probably late in Oc October.
tober. October. In : addition to providing direct
service for Panama, the new
route will serve to funnel thou thousands
sands thousands ef Europe-bourn passengers
from Central America and the
west, coast of South America
through Panama, Morrison pointed
eut.

At the same time it will be thetween Panama and Lisbon, on the

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HUMPHREY BOGART
Aeademj Award winner,
for
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Ae4emy Award winner
fer
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WILUAM HOLDEN
.AeMesny Award winner
fer
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Icessfullv tested an ihteifcontinental
ballistic missile the President
said:
"It is noteworthy tht h i s
(Zorin) attack coincides with the
boastful statement by the Soviet
Union that they have made ad advances
vances advances iii the development of
meant for bringing destruction
to any part of the world."
Then, pointing out that the west western
ern western powers are in the process of
completing their presentation of a
"first-stage" arms reduction plan
in London, the President added:
"It would be tragic if these im important
portant important first stage proposals
fraught with such significance for
the peace ol the world, were re rejected
jected rejected by the Soviet Union even
before they could have been se seriously
riously seriously studied and before the
School's Nearly
(Continued from Pue 1)
for proper drainage is being pre prepared.
pared. prepared. The Governor outlined the pro proposed
posed proposed schedule for the transfer of
property to the Republic of Pana Panama
ma Panama after the President signs the
bill covering this Treaty commit commitment
ment commitment which has been passed by
Congress.
At a meeting last month, Civic
Council officers had been asked
to report on putjic reaction on
the av shipment of fresh fruits
and vegetables for sale in fTie Com Commissaries.
missaries. Commissaries. In soliciting replies from Coun Council
cil Council members and other la it
night, the concensus el' thi ga gathering
thering gathering was that the plans have
bn satisfactory and shipments
should bt continued.
Other subjects covered in the
meeting included the placing of
benches for visitors to the public
area at Pedro Miguel Locks; paint painting
ing painting of houses on the Prado in Bal Balboa;
boa; Balboa; and the present prohibition
against diving in the Gamboa
Swimming Pool.
In connection with the latter, it
was suggested that reflectors be
used and this possibility will be
investigated as a practicable solu solution
tion solution to the problem of illuminat illuminating
ing illuminating tha bottom of4he pool.

One-Plane Flight From RP To Europe
PAA For Inauguration Next October

natural gateway for travel from
Europe to those areas.
The new 5,083-mile route be between
tween between Panama and Lisbon, for
example, will be 700 miles shorter
than present routes by way of the
United States. Likewise, Madrid
will be about 500 miles closer to
Panama, and Rome about 400
miles.
At Rome the new route links
with existing PAA routes to the
Far East and on around the world.
Travel time over the mid Atlantic
route will be several hours shorter
than by the present route.
Travlrs will realize an even
greater saving in time and in.
convenience, by being able to
make their journey by a on
plane direct route instead of
heving to change airlines en
route, with the consequent delay
and confusion ef clearing cust customs,
oms, customs, (ranging baggage trans transfers
fers transfers and making or missing missing-connecting
connecting missing-connecting flight, Morrison said.
The estimated flying time be
1:60, 1:49, 4:41, 1:42. 1:51
The ruthless
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Ernest Hemingway's
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with
Burt LANCASTER
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western presentation is complete.
Such a Soviet attitude would
condemn humanity to an indefinite
future of immeasurable danger.
As far as this country is concern concerned,
ed, concerned, the President said, "we shall
never renounce our efforts to find
ways and means to save mankind
from that danger and to establish
a just and lasting peace.
Batista Reported
Ready To Restore
Cuban Civil Rights
HAVANA, Aug. 28 (UP) Cen Censorship
sorship Censorship of foreign publications en entering
tering entering Cuba ended yesterday amid
unconfirmed reports that the gov government
ernment government of President Fulgencio
Batista was planning to restore
civil right, suspended Aug. 1.
American publication to benefit
from the government's decision to
end censorship of incoming news newspapers.
papers. newspapers. It went on sale uncensored
yesterday for the first time in near nearly
ly nearly four weeks.
The Council of Ministers sched scheduled
uled scheduled a special session last night os ostensibly
tensibly ostensibly to discuss, plans to hold
presidential elections next June.
But unofficial reports circulating
for the past 24 hours said the
council may restore full constitu constitutional
tional constitutional guarantees, almost three
weeks ahead of the Sept. 15 date
set when they were suspended.
The Cuban army, meanwhile.
hinted that Fidel Castro's rebeU
in the mountains of Oriente Prov Province
ince Province were starting to desert him.
An official communique said
that rebels "who have surren surrendered"
dered" surrendered" have been returned to
their homes with no disciplinary
action taken against them. No
mention was made of the number
of persons involved. The army
said it would follow the same leni lenient
ent lenient policy with all other rebels
who voluntarily lay down the
arms.
Oriente Province radio stations
are broadcasting its surrender
guarantees, the army said, "since
the rebels already have started
giving up."
new midAtlantic route will be a a-bout
bout a-bout 20 hours.
Jet airliners, which PAA begins
receiving late in 1958, will cut these
times nearly in half. PAA has on
order 48 big Boeing 707 and Dou Douglas
glas Douglas DC-8 jet airliners.
Already one of the hemisphere's
great market centers, Panama
will receive strong additional eco economic
nomic economic impetus from the new link,
offering as it does a new direct
trade route for cargo and business
travelers between Latin America
and Europe.
The route also will provide vital
additional air cargo service for
the bustling Colon Free Z., where
goods from all over the world are
received, processed and speedily
Mother, Daughter
Sue Bus Service
For $2,654 Damages
Suit for $2,654 has been filed
in U. S. District Court by Mrs.
Drucilla C. Edwards of Panama
and her four-year-old daughter,
Patricia Irene Edwards.
The mother and daughter
seek this sum from the Canal
Zone Bus Service, formerly the
Consolidated Transport a t i o n
Service, as damages for injuries
suffered and expenses incurred
as a result of a bus accident
last May 2.
The plaintiffs charge that
busdrlver Luis Ruiz was operat operating
ing operating the vehicle recklessly when
It got out of control and turn turned
ed turned over on Gaillard Highway
near -a curve leading to the
Par also embankment.
Mrs. Edwards says she suf suffered
fered suffered injuries to her neck and
right elbow, and that the lit little
tle little girl's leg was broken.
The mother also lost her
wallet, valued at $695. the $16
in cash it contained, a $4 pair
of earrings and a ze sup.
There were medJcai expenses
for both, and expenses for taxi
fares back and forth to Gorgas
HosplUL .
Mrs. Kawaraa is aumi tor
$600 for her own Injuries, $1,000
for those X her daughter, plus
the various expenses and losses.
Before filing suit. Mrs. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards was appointed tmardian
ad litem for Patricia Irene.
Attomev David A. Leon filed

Segregationists BulOn Sidelines

As Negro Kids
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 28
aiPU-Neeroes reeistered today to
attend public schools wun wnites
for the first time in a deep South
metropolis and segregationists
were busy on the sidelines.
A number of persons passed out
literature to white parents labele
"Keep Our White Schools White".
In several cases, whites took their
children home without registering
them when they found out Negroes
had enrolled.
"Keep our white schools white
was the battle cry a year ago at
Clinton High School, the first pub public
lic public school integrated in Tennessee,
where violence later erupted. The
slogan was adopted by a white
youth group in the school which
was linkd to the publicized trial
of John Kasper and a number of
Clinton residents for interfering
with integration.
Negroes also registered at Clin Clinton
ton Clinton high today for the second year
of mixed' clases in the farming
community near Knoxville.
Kasper Against Integration
Kasper, a roaming segregation
ist who was convicted with six
Clintonians, also opposed integra integration
tion integration of the first grade in Nashville
City schools, marking the first
such step by a big city system in
a truly Southern area.
Kasper planned to go later this
week to North Carolina where
three bit; cities had arranged to
begin integration but faced delay delaying
ing delaying court action brought by white
parents.
Of the 126 Negroes eligible to en
roll at previously all-white schools
in Nashville, only 13 had regis
tered in the forenoon. Most were
enrolled at schools in fringe neigh
borhoods.
Saying he would return to Nash
ville before classes begin on Sept.
11, Kasper said plans would be
made to picket the mixed schools
and to encourage white parents to
keep their children at home.
But everything appeared orderly
at the registration.
"Parents Cooperative"
Leonard Gamble, principal at
Buena Vista school, said the sev several
eral several Negro children who registered
there "were clean and well-mannered
and their parents were co cooperative."
operative." cooperative." He said a number of
white parents were present when
the Negroes arrived but there was
no unpleasantness.
J. W. Erranton, principal of Fall
school, said several whites told
him they would withdraw their
children if Negroes were enrolled.
The Nashville integration of the
first grade as a starter was the
dispatched onward by air to all
parts of Latin America.
Present plans are to operate four
flights weekly in each direction ov over
er over the mjdAtlantic route, accord
ing to Morrison. Service is being
inaugurated with radar equipped,
four-engine DC-75.
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city school board's answer to
district court order to produce an
integration plan. The board must
report in December what progress
it has made toward full com
pliance with the Supreme Court's
original ruling that segregated ed
ucation is unconstitutional.
At Clinto, Nevie Barton and Jo
Ann White, both 15 and Negroes,
registered lis freshmen at Clinton
high. The new principal, W. D.
Human, said "we. are hopeful we
will have a good school year, free
from undue excitement."
"Everything Normal"
"Everything is perfectly normal
here," said Human, who succeed
ed Principal D. J. Brittain, jr.,
now taking advanced work at
New York University'.
Five of the six Negroes who
completed the 1956-57 school year
at Clinton were expected to re
turn. The sixth, Bobby Cain, was
graduated.
A segregation flurry developed
on another Southern education
front when Robert Saunders, a
Florida official of the National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People, protested the
award of federal funds for nuclear
research to the University of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Saunders said the award in
cluded a covenant that the funds
could not be used where segrega segregation
tion segregation was enforced.
President J. Wayne Reitz of the
university explained that in ac accepting
cepting accepting the grant of $225,000 the
university thought the anti-segregation
clause would not be a prob
lem because of the "highly tech
nical nature of the college s nu
clear work.
Ten Southern colleges have re
ceived such grants and one, Clem Clem-son
son Clem-son College in South Carolina, has
rejected a $99,050 award because
of the clause. The money was re refused
fused refused although the general counsel
of the Atomic Energy Commission
explained that the clause was in intended
tended intended only to prevent racial dis discrimination
crimination discrimination in use of the funds for
students already admitted under
the rules of the respective col colleges.
leges. colleges. Priest Criticizes
Knights of Columbus
For Segregation
CHICAGO (UP A Roman
Catholic priest has criticized the
Knights of Columbus, a lay or organization
ganization organization of the church, on
charges of racial discrimination.
The Rev. Louis J. Twomey, 52,
Loyola University, New Orleans,
told a group of teen age Catho Catholics
lics Catholics that the Knights of Columbus
had "a policy that forced Wegro
Catholics to form a separate or
ganization. The Knights of Colum Columbus
bus Columbus wouldn't take them in."
Twomey, a native of Tampa,
Fla., also told the young students,
"There is no such thing as white
democracy, but we have pervert perverted
ed perverted democracy to mean just that.
There is no such thing as white
Catholicism, but we have pervert perverted
ed perverted it to mean that."

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lawyer Roy Chalk; and -valued at ,$200,000, is shown being towed into Atlahtlc City,- N.J.,
after it burned. Chalk,, his vlfe and; four -other persons, ana two dogs, we're saved: from
the sea after they leaped" In to escape the flames .:y

Democrat Wins Joe McCarthy's Senate: Seat
As Wisconsin Voters Dump Ike Republican

' MILWAUKEE, Wis,- Aug. 28-rr
(UP Democrat William. Prox-
mire, Wisconsin s upset choice
to jeplace the late Sen Joseph
R. McCarthy, asked state ... 'otn
dais today to cut unnecessary
red tape so he can get to Wash-;
ington immediately.
The 41-year-old balalsh Prox
mire defeated former Gov. Wal
ter Kohler, an Eisenhower Re
publican, by a whopping 116,-
000-vote majority.
The State Democratic Party
called the election of Wiscon Wisconsin's
sin's Wisconsin's first Democratic senator
since 1932 "an earthquake vic victory."
tory." victory." Returns from 3359 of the
state's 3361 precincts gave Prox-
Troops Reportedly
Mutinied At Arctic
Base Of Denmark
COPENHAGEN, Aug. 28 (UP) (UP)-Naval
Naval (UP)-Naval sources disclosed today that
a number of troops at Denmark's
Arctic NATO base in Groennedal,
Greenland, mutinied last month.
The Danish chief naval prose prosecutor,
cutor, prosecutor, G. B. Puerschel, flew there
to investigate the incident, the
sources said. Officials refused all
fcrther comment on the case.
Groenndal is laughingly called
"Denmark's fist of the Arctic"
because no more than 200 men are
stationed there. The exact num number
ber number is secret.
TTnnfficial reDorts said a num
ber of naval personnel "acted vio violently",
lently", violently", after a drinking bout at
the lonely post ana tne iocai com commander
mander commander deemed it mutiny.
Although officials refused com
ment on the digger Greehnedal
ease, it was doubted that any of
the alleged mutineers was under
arrest there.
Greenland is considered confine confinement
ment confinement enough, informed sources
said.

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leaffltefefciiLieee)
mfre 435,467 votes arid Kohler
318.PM.
' Three other independent: can candidates
didates candidates never were in the run running
ning running and got fewer than. 25,000
votes combined. :
Proxmire arsked the Wiscon Wisconsin
sin Wisconsin secretary pf state to accept
Unofficial returns and certify

mnr as the state s newly-elected;edge,

senator.
"I'm anxious to get; to work;"
Proxmire said. c
His victory increased the
Democrats' ratio in the Sen Senate
ate Senate to 50-46..
Democrats in the state and
nation hailed Proxmlre'S elec election
tion election in this traditionally Re Republican
publican Republican state as a "revolit" of
farmers and small business-
FIRST LEBANESE ENVOYS
Lebanese historian and career
diplomat-Naguib Dahdah, is
scheduled to present his cre credentials
dentials credentials some time this week
to President Ernesto i de la
Guardia Jr. as the first. Leb
anese envoy to the republic of of-Panama.
Panama. of-Panama. Minister Dahdahj",
who is the author of several
scientific ; and historical aitl-
cleg, arrived In-Panama" .as .as-head
head .as-head of the Lebanese Leja-
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men against the Eisenhower
administration.!
Proxmire was ahead of Koh Kohler
ler Kohler in the balloting -from that
start.
A trend was evident, shortlv
after the tolls closed when re?
turns' from traditionally GOP
precincts
gave proxmire the
His lead mounted steadily. At
,10:12 p.m. he claimed victory
and 25 years of Democratic frus frustration
tration frustration was ended.-
The
Judge's Bench
Ten days v in jail was the sent sentence
ence sentence meted out in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court this morning to Sam Samuel
uel Samuel Eudoro Ford, 18, a Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian vagrant.
Ford was found under, a La Bo Boca
ca Boca building without legitimate busir
ness. '-i
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'TWs weather report for the
Z4 'hours ending 8 a.m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo-,
t: IcaU and B y d r rr a-n-h I c f
Branch of the Panama- Canal 4
ompaoyi
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High ...
Low ,,t.
SI
73
81
74
HUMIDITY J
High
Low ........
97
76
92
85
WIND: v
(maW mph)
RAIN (inches)
N-15
.09
SN-17
1.75
WATER TEMP: '-r
(Inner harbors) 82
80
THURSDAY, AUG. 29
8:20 a.m.
6:54 p.m.
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12:39 p.m.

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