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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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-ji. PANAMA, R. THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1957
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Local 900 To Ask
1 OJo Wage Increase
' A 10 percent raoros$-th.board wag increase -for
focairat employes of the Panama Canal will be sought
tomorfovOy tWal 900, AFSCME, AFLCIO during 'a ;con ;con-ference
ference ;con-ference With Canal one Gov, William E.- Potter, .,.
fither m'atters will be discussed af the meeting, sched.

Uled'for tomorrow afternoon, but the wage boost will bel

the main .topic, a union pQnamn iu wu-j. r

Wage scale for Canal workers, ac according
cording according to the union spokesman.

11!

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

t..Jmi fanal Co. Canal Zone

b vernmet worked, received
I ? i v..i i Inrrease

A the union is now seesin
Umit t4 cents atr hiur, tne

' spokebman, said.
! i t-' Bookfne sn a

I- rosalhe-board increase' at thl
I 5,01. h. fM that Congress

nnin"; wrthout taking W

.ti- .n thd orooosed sing le

1

It

Making 1 Like Bp$$
No Simple" Chore;
Vacations Sutter,

' KEW 'VORK:- (UP)-Bein th
boss isn't the easy job it is often
tfacked up to be. i : --
He makes more money than els
mninvp, but' ha Bays more in

'taxes.-usually works longer

bourse too. i 1

. it h. eit fired, he has .no

grievance committee ( go, to, bat

Whil his emoloves are guarao

id a vacation under a u n i o a

nnttari. the. 1 boss-; more often

than not takes his on a catch

as eatch ttcan basis Some top
xecutivea never., aet a vacation.

.WThfr'TAmeNcvav?. Manasement

Assn- said ar reeent survey .of top

business executive showed that

man executives 1 either take no,

- vacation ''at stUor Jess than they

Another reason, he said, Is that

as far the union knows the
single was scale bill "does not
contemplate any substantial tin.',
.crease" for local rata workers
in thr lwer waoa brack t. s
"Most of the benefits will." be
derived by the higher-paid work workers,"
ers," workers," ihe spokesman added.

' A reporl on tomorrow atter

noon's conference witn. rotter win r

bfti given tomorrow night at a

meetiue scheduled to start at 7:30

in (the Rainbow City gymnasium.

Reports 6n pending legislation

and' a proiicsed pre fabricated
housing project for members of

Local 900 and 907 also will, be giv

en at Uip meeting. -.

' ALLEGED TRIGGERMAN Ru

ben O. Miro, who Is charged

with the assassination of Presj

dent Jose A Remon, may be

brought? to trial soon, but not for
the part he may have played- In

tne ioo Kimng.
The trial of Miro has been
requested by. pist. Atty, Cesar
A. Quintero un charges of
usinr offensive and t derorato

ry terms against President de

1 371 Receive

Second Shots
Against Polio

WpoW fcthr Work

)

? The reasdns for misling out on
vacations ranged from, "too busy"
to- 1 would rather work thai
4 .take vacation," the rAMA said.
AMA aaid; it polled 96 randomly
selected topexocutives," including
company .presidents,'; vice presi presidents,
dents, presidents, board chairmen, general
managers and, trasurersy 1
Of the total, 42 said they used
less than (he total amount of
vacation time allocated to them,
while aix said they took no vaeat-
- ion etaH..;:s .. "Z
Of the remaining -4 respondents

four said they took more time
than:'i they had 'coming, 37 said
they took the full time allotted and
seven said their vacations were

le.o entirely to their wn,fdis wn,fdis-cretion;
cretion; wn,fdis-cretion; ( ;
X-The AM A said while companies
complain that their executives
ton't take as much time off as
they should,- the companies'; own
lack of concern may have con contributed
tributed contributed to the situation, v -.
"Only eight of the respondents
reported that their companies -required
them to take their full
vacations," AMA noted.
t Iffact en 'iconemy I
The Chase "'Manhattan'"' Bank
noted recently that the paid va va-.cation
.cation va-.cation his turned into a major
driving force in the economy.
. It said this year some M million
Americans1 will spend close to 15
billion dollars, or about 5 per cent
of disposable personar incomes.

ci joying me seashore, mounuinsj
ni national "parks.
. Tor many decades the Ameri-

"wmw oai taken about two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds e.'. the gain in increased
productivHy -In the form of higher
dollar k income and one third as
" more leisure," the. bank ex explained.
plained. explained. ,' ...
-Firstj the :work week was
Shortened from well over SO tours
in 1100 to about 40 hours ia 1940
la recent yeara, paid holidays and
JaM vacation, became the chief
outlet for more leisure

RP Driver Victor
In Auto Accident
Dispute Vilh Gl
; Charge .and counr charges
were 'heard today,, by 'Judge -John

E. Demmg during the trial or a
U.S. : Army sergeant and a Pana Panama
ma Panama resident. 1 ', v r
After hearing all the; testimony.

the. judge found bgt. Johannes
Hesefield guilty of parking his car

on halliard Highway w 1 1 he u t
lights and thereby causing a col collision
lision collision which resulted in about $350
damage to a vehicle owned- by

Lyndon "C Pntchard. I(hposit;on of

senterre was -suspended,
- Pritchard, who : had ieen harg

edwitit soeeding on tht basis of

Hegdf.old's testimony, was found

Oulnterci reasoned v that al

though. Miro denies authorizinc
Dublication of a letter which

appeared in the opposition, dally

La Nacion on July 23, and re

fuses to reveal how he got tne
letter out of the Carcel Modelo.

where he Is being; hekL.it is .ob .obvious
vious .obvious that his intentions were to
contribute to campaign of In Insults
sults Insults which was being -waged -sralnst
the President at that
time by the opposition, press.
The charge carries a punish

ment of .from 15. days to 20
months and a fine of from $40
to $4000, ,

5

Hegefield testified that he was
Just inert iug off. with his lights- on

when be was nit from behind uy

Pritchard,' Pritchard on th other
hand testified that the, car was

parked on the aide, 0 the,; road
without lights. '":... .' ? 4 :

Pritchard said be saw, the, car

when he was about 75 feet away

from it and applied his brakes,
but did not swerve-to the left for
fear there might have been an

oncoming vehicle. ,

Wine-Bibber
Awakens

Jo Coal World

NEW YORK, Aug. 29 (UP) It's

etsy to get lost in me Dig city

Justask William Henry Warren,
29. He. If y naked in a coal chute
for four days before he was found.

A lower East Side resident heard

feeble cries for help early today,
and called police. Officers lot-

lowered the sound of the voice an.

til they found it coming below the

sidewalk neht under their feet.

, A policeman lifted the metal lid
on a coal chute. There lay War Warren
ren Warren tt the bottom, on a heap of
coal. He was clad only in a coat

of soot. His clothes were in a heap
next to him. :
. Warren said the last he knew,
he was drinking win last Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Then everything went black
literally.'- -,

A charge 1 of abuse of authori authority
ty authority filed ugalnst Justice r Angel
Vitelio de Gracia has been' with?

drawn by its author. Guillermo
Herrera y Franco, who claims he

has no confidence in the, su

preme Court, before which;, the

charge would be, aired. 1

not gurjty ar)r nq produced. pis. -f-" .iV
brbflVer, rnotl;' "and" jicr who t.'was quoted as tWa
were poksengera in tbt; car at the the opinion that the; t
time of the accident, as wiMsses. ment pt "pas 1 salvo etifi

caies Xtax receipts) for, travel

purposes is unconsUtntionftl,

V The majority of the members

of the Panama City Gouncu are
said to be liable under the Mu Municipal
nicipal Municipal laws tor having approv approved
ed approved a resolution censuring the
conduct of Attorney i General

Hermosrenes de la Rosa. ;

The resolution arose out of an
in vestleation ordered by De la

Rosa Into leealitv of bill which

would authorize the sending of

e delegation of councllmen to a

History congress in Madrid,
r- im
Marqqrirq Youfc
Blasts Biq Toe
With Rifle Shot
' A ;ij-year-oid boy from. Mar Margarita
garita Margarita shotlilmself in the right
big toe Tuesday. John C. San Sanders,,,
ders,,, Sanders,,, who j Is the son of Bruce
G. Sanders, Jr., of the Customs
Division,, shot himself in the toe
while he and several teenage
friends were target shooting- a a-lon
lon a-lon the Chagres River. The boys
were shooting 22. calibre rifles.
Sanders was admitted- to Co

co Hospital, but his condition

was described as not serious.

, 1

The second in the series of three

injections against poliomyelitis was
given to 371 persons yesterday at

a temporary station set up for the

day m the Industrial Area in Bal

hoa. At the same time 97 persons

received their first, inoculations.

The injections were administer administered
ed administered by Mrs. Erma Forbes, Canal

Zone School Nurse and Dr. Eric

R. Osterberg. Chief of the Divi

sion uf Preventive Medicine, and
Quarantine. They were assisted by

Gloria Ward, and Mrs. Daniel Pa Pa-clucci
clucci Pa-clucci and Mrs. Edward D. Framp Framp-ton.
ton. Framp-ton. two Red Cross Grey Ladies.

who took care of the clerical work.

The station set up at the Indus

trial Area was one of several sim similar
ilar similar stations which rave been set
up at various- places in the Canal

Zone recently for the convenience
of the employes.

Those who received their first
inoculation against polio-. Wednes-
1 -t. 1 x .i .... ..a. 1

aay nave oeen aavisea 10 report
at a Canal Zene Air Station with

in four) ttf six weeks for their sec
ond injecilonr;,.
Relired Sergeant
Of Police Force
Dies At Coco Solo

The
Judge's Bench

Three traffic cases were dls

posed of in Balboa Magistrate's

Court today.
'One defendant, Fernando Es

pinosa, 38, was found not guilty
on a charge of driving a midget

taxi aiong uauiara Hignway

without a Canal Zone operator's

license. Testimony given by po police
lice police showed that he had been
driving along the "Corridor" and
that his Panama license had

been issued in the Interior.

Alfonso v. Lewis. 38. who was

charged with crossing a white

line on Galllard Highway, was

found eulltv but imposition of

sentence was suspended for 361

day,

Bus driver Franklin Benjamin

South, 29, was fined $5- for stop stopping
ping stopping and taking on 'passengers

where there was no bus stop on
Shaler Road,.

Sunk Banana Boat

Yvonne Refloated

vVufene- J ftreeg. etTre ser

geant of, the Cgnal Zon police
force, ljer this morning In Co Coca
ca Coca sole Hospital where he had

been a patient-since last janu janu-aryfcHe
aryfcHe janu-aryfcHe was 70 years old,,
A native of Trpy, N.t", Sgl Sgl-Gregsr
Gregsr Sgl-Gregsr joined the Canal Zone

Police force In May,. 1913. .and
remained with that division un until
til until his retirement In Aoril, 1949.

For -several years,i during and

following world War I. he was
the police memberof ship board-

iner parties, and for several

years -he was station commander

at uatun. over so years or nis

service were wtlh the rank or

sergeant.

The 45-ton banana boat 'Yvonne

which rammed the bank of

Gailiard Cut arid sank near La
Pita signal station; in April, was
refloated' at Gamboa yesterday
morning after repairs were com completed
pleted completed by a crew employed by
the ewner-operators,

US Unleashes
1500-Mile
Jupiter Blast

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. Aug.
28 (UP) The Army fired its 1,500 1,500-mile
mile 1,500-mile range Jupiter: missile during
a tropical drizzle today, setting off

laise reports tnai tnis country had

successfully tested a continent-

spanning weapon.-
But informed sources in Wash Washington
ington Washington said the large missile which
zoomed into-the rain-laden clouds
above the Atlantic here was the
intermediate range Jupiter, which
had been; test-fired before.
Witnesses fsaid the missile
climbed slowly off its launching
pad and then picked up speed,
disappearing into the clouds about
one and one -ha If miles above the
base.
The top-secret base here re

leased only a terse statement

wnicn said, "A missile was fired)
today from the Cape Canaveral
launching site. Continual testing of
long -ranee euided missile nH

others is underway and will rnn-

tmue."

Prospects of Red

OK

for

Proposals

Base officials here wonM unt

confirm the identity of the missile.

ia Kussians startled the world
Monday when they announced they
had successfully fired an ICBM

capable of hitting any spot on the
globe.
The United States still Wunnl

successfully Aest-fired an ICBM

lhr. Atlas exploded 5600 feet
above .the ocean here ,o' its first

nnngnast June U. :':
Thif country else hatte-'THan

whkU is being: developed to oarry

'i'.,,,..' nuciesr warneantronW)ne eenti eenti-r
r eenti-r ti r't'-linptheTrReporrs spread
svolved vtne Vebulll- WeTtlils weelf th'et the Titan was

"ib- inuntiiiux paa reaay for

tne trigger' to oe pressed.
Eliminates early M

Said To Be Dim

Bat. GreeB was Interested

cordmunltv a.f fairs and was l-l

so a member of the Benevolent
anm Protective i Order, of Elks

and-vf the, Knights of Columbus.
-.Tjs survived by his. wife,
win has been living In Gamboa,
and by two sons, Eugene, Jr.,

who lives in Cristobal and

teaches at Cristobal High School,
and Thomas, who lives In Mar Margarita
garita Margarita and Is employed at Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun locks.

Other-1 survivors ''are three

grandchildren and three sisters.

Miss Helen-Gregg, Mrs. ; Ann
Chubb and Mrs. Dorothy Hea Hea-ley.
ley. Hea-ley. Ail three sisters live In Troy.

Funeral services will be held

at nine o'clock Sunday morning
at the Holy Family Church in
Margarita. Burial at Mount

Hope cemetery win roiiow.

The refloating operation-was ac ac-ompiishe4
ompiishe4 ac-ompiishe4 by the crane Hercules,
which, lifted the banani boat off
the 'dock where repairs ha been

effected and. placed, jt .baekda 4m

tne water,

'ThrHwoTlf 'Involved

lotr of the. bow. the patching of

boles in the hull- and at number of
repairs to the engine and the elec electrical
trical electrical equipment. t
Tbiy "Yvonne," owned by Gas Gaston
ton Gaston Robinson and operated by
R. C. Robinson, of Colon, went
nut nl control in Gaillard Cut' A-'

pril 9. and smashed into the Canal
bank at a speed of 10 knot. It

was refloated and salvaged by

the crane boat Atlas and the crane

Hercules. After an investigation,!

the vessel was luted up on the
Gamboa docks and repairs' started.
The vessel makes regular runs
through the Canal from Ecuado Ecuadoran
ran Ecuadoran ports and Darien ports with
bananas. It is a 62-foot twin-screw
motor cargc vessel, and at the
time of the accident was under the
command of Capt. Joseph A. Mc McLean.
Lean. McLean. iy, ;

WASHINGTON, Aug. 29 (UP) The Western alllek
asked Russia today ro agree to a ban 00 nuclear weop
ons, except for defense purposes, as part of a "packaged
first step disarmament plan; v
The Western plan was made public simultaneously;'
here and in London, where it Was handed to. the Russians.
It wrapped up prevjous allied proposals for halting
nuclear bomb testing, stopping production of nuclear, 1
bomb materials, reducing dangers of surprise attack and'

reducing the world's major armed forces and armed 'sup

plies. , ... t
The United States immediately-issued a separptear
peal to the Soviet Union to accept the plan as a ''prac- n

tical, workable" way to start on the problem of world dis

armament.

"The Western allies earnestly
hope the Soviet i Union, ill give

full consideration te this far-

Lreachimr proposal," the.. State

DeDartment said.

"Soviet acceptance will enable
a start to be made toward re

moving the terrible dangers of

nuclear war tnat nang over; ytv

whole woria.'

CZ Planning Chief

Back From Holiday

John D. Hollen. chief of the Ex

ecutive Planning Staff, returned to
the Isthmus this week aboard the

Panama liner Cristobal after a va
cation scent in the United States,

Hollen, accompanied by his wife

and son. spent aeverai weeks in

Iowa and Minnesota,

Dunne his absence T. E. Bur

row, assutant to ine cmei 01 tne

Executive Planning Staff, was act

ing chief.

V

U S iSt ude n ts From M 6s cow
Am e ri ca n K ore a n Wxi r V e t

Youth Festival Meet

Studying; in Peipjng

Luiscarlos Garcia
Will Give Concert
At RP University

Tomorrow

The CelUwinf story was writ writ-tan
tan writ-tan far Uaitod Prats by en ef
41 Americans who went te Red
Chine after the recent youth
festival fat Meacew.
ly XARRY fAOYt. '.

PEIPING,. China (UP) Tour Touring
ing Touring American youths Monday met
another American who came to
Peiping the hard way. Captured
hi the Korean Wjr, be is now
a Peiping University student. -He
ts Morris WilU, 24, of Fort
Ann, "Lake George, N. Y, ho
waa taken prisoner at the JSla

concert featuring iTTu ZL?. 1 L" Parallel ia Korea in 1951.

'n baritone I ci J.ri Members f the Araericaa youth

j rmimi mi nM.i

clx The rnrvi. -rt,, iT.-M deleratioa ie China paid a viatt

th Law raruit, af,."""."! te Will

wit k..4 .. """""'"n ana

will begin at t.'

vrar?f. b?an hl tudies at

, Conrra tory ln

17m .,rom th Phlihar
inorJc society of Bolotna.

" program win
number from Brahma,

ni-nn, r-:r"urert
( del. and Eaeh.
Garcia .will b

at the

at Peiping

where be is a fuUtimc
Chinese literature,

University
student of

They dined together ia the uni

versity fTeteria while wills re recounted
counted recounted his experiences and opin opinions
ions opinions of Cam a.

include, "Before eoming to China I had
Schu- some primitive ideas about the

Mosart, Han-! Chinre people w
'and acting the way

pie, he said. 'I want te com-

While talking. Wills ate his food

with a large fork instead of the
traditional chopsticks"
"I never did learn' tb use them,"
he explained..r'I like some type
of -Chinese food but not all."

I still eat Araericaa food and

dress ss Western as possible.

Eugene Bronstem, ,24 i year old

student from Newl York City.

asked Wills if the Chinese feel
any hostility toward Americans, t
"No r- not toward the average

American,'' be replied, "But they

don't like the American govern

toward Socialist

Red China Expels American Youth
For Refusing To Show Paissport

Janowiti.

Sccomccrled trad ja movies

ciaoo ty Frofcator Kans .atree- WiMs said.

. LONDON. Aug. 29 (UP)

PeiDine radio Indicated today It

ts expelling or hss expelled

an American youth delegate be because
cause because he refused to surrender
his VS. pouport to Red customs
officiala. -
' A Peiping broadcast monitor monitored
ed monitored in London said that 41 of 4?
Americans now visiting Commu Communist
nist Communist China had left on a tour

mng pigtails of the Northeast.

they are por-j Last night, cabled reports from

and

comic iPeiping said that it appealed
l certain that Shelby Tucker, ot

"I hke it here and like the peo- Pass Christian, Miss, would he Moscow.

menfs policy

countries." 1 : m

The young ex-GI, laken priaon-

er by the Chmese when be was

only 18, expressed the opinion

that many- improvements affect

ing the life of the ordinary citizen

have taken place since his ar

rival especially in food, dress.

construction and arue ia indus

trial capacity.

In support of his claims, WUIs

said "the Chinese make their own

ears and planes now."
Asked whether he wants to re

turn to the United Staes and

when, be said. "Well, I it i

ordered to leave China unless '"tie homesick once in a while
he showed his passport to Cb'- ut I have no definite plans for
nese authorities as the other 41 returning borne right now."
Americans had done. The fact! 'Fred Grab. 22,, another Ameri Ameri-that
that Ameri-that only 41 et the 42 Amert-" tourist from Alexandria, Va
cans were cited as having leltl ked WiUs if he is afraid te re re-Peiping
Peiping re-Peiping on the oinized tour turn to America. .-today-indicated
that Tucker hadi "They tbe Chinese) wool do
remained behind or was already anything to ui." Wills replied,
en route home via Moscow. iy "us he Tefered U himself
and 10 other ex-GIs bow studying
ia Chiaa.
Chinese suthortties yesterday: As regards te the United States,
warned Tucker that unless hej'we already have dishonorable
showed his passport to customs discharges and the Supreme Court

officio's he faced deportation to decided if yoa have a discharge.

Jou ant be tried; agaia.'

Britain To Test
;,-: ., ..... ',-. ;
High Firepower

Atomic Weapons

LONDON, Aug. 29 (UP) Brit

ain will test atomic weapons with

S firepower equivalent to 10,000
tons of TNT next month, the Mln Mln-istry
istry Mln-istry iii Supply announced today.
A Ministry of Supply statement
said the tests would hegin in mid-.
September at Maralinga, in cen central
tral central Arstralia, and would be "in
the kiloton range."
A spokesman said this meant
that the weapons tested would

have an explosive force equivalent
to 10,000 tons of TNT. He refused
to saS hewever, exactly what kind
of atomic devices would be tested.

to agree Jnotto rose faueletr
weapons" unless an armed at-
tack" requires counter-defensive
action, r1 ;" "; '':!';'.-4 .t
Thi Is In line with -article II
of th United Nations Charter
which Iprovldet for individual e
collective self defense.
A telated ftew proposal Issulet
nermlt the Iransfer" f Nuclear

Qutlook -for yt,acept-4weapa

ance'of the Western plan, waa

regarded as extremely dim.
Only yesterday, President Sis
enhewer expressed deep disap disappointment
pointment disappointment that the Soviet; Un Union
ion Union was using "scornful words"
and making "boastful state statements"
ments" statements" even before the west-
era disarmament conference
in London was completed.

Mr. Eisenhower warned that

hastv Soviet rejection of the

Western proposals "would con

demn humanity to an indefi

nite future of Immeasurable
danger." ,

He went en to say tnat tne

United States, for Its part.

would continue .rfts effort to

seek a Just and lasting peace.

Most of tne provisions in tne
Western '"package" had been
outlined orally previously In
London. Russia had rejected
the key points.
Besides wrapping up its pre.

viously disclosed proposals, the

West's "working paper" had an

important new provision.
The plan calls for signatories
to a, first step arms agreement

. la li'M r i
1 ill J

I

I...., i.-i. ii i ii i t i

MRS. BEATRICE CXJTTENO, center, alights troro the Army

plane which flew her from the Pearl islande to, Ale-rook Air

Force Baae yesterday. Bbe is reported to neve a possiwe diooq'

infection and was taken to Santo Tonus HospitaL Assisting
her from the -plane are Capt. Thomas J. Booras, left. 37th
Engineer Company ( Aviation at Fort Xobbe and co-pilot of
the aircraft: and Sp 2 WUIiam Wickword. right. 551st Engineer
Company, fort Kobbe. The De HaviUand Otter plane -was.

. piloted ty ist ia. Jack: jj joiner.
, (CA. Air Fere PhataJ

ment "to" use ,thern,;ipnl3r,far dea
fenslve? purpaseS.-V1-'
Major provlsldn of the West
ern plan call for: y
Limitation and reduction I
armed forces and armamentsv
. One year after a first-step
agreement goes into1 force, the
United- States and Russls -would
cut their armed forces
to 2,500,000 jnen each. -r
France and the United 'Krnev

dom would cut to 750,000. men

each. -..-

Specific ouantitiea of arm

would be taken from national
forces and placed in ah Interna-
tional rietvit. i '

Later, the United States and
Russia would cut their forces to
2,100,000 men each, and still lat later
er later to 1,700,000. :
The United States, Russia,
France and Britain to make a-
vallable to an international oV oV-ganlzation
ganlzation oV-ganlzation Information on their
military budgets and expendU
tures.
Each nation to agree not te
use nuclear weapons unless this

was necessary for defensive
purposes.

Control of fissionable mate

rials. All future production ef
fissionable materials In event of
an arms agreement would be.
used, only under international

supervision and exclusive for
non-weapons purposes.. An in-

spection system would be-

promptly installed. V. !!. k
Suspending- nuclear test
for a two-year period ander ( ;
certain previsions. Tests would
' be halted only If an inspeetioat '
system were operating within
th territory ef the United:.
States, Russia, Britain, the
Pacific Ocean and ether areas.';
If, after the first 12-montK
period, this test suspension is
progressing satisfactorily,' addi-.
tional moves would be contin

ued to cease production of nu-,
clear materials tor weapons i

purposes. .';:;

Control or missiles ana otn

er "ohlecu entering o u t e r ..
space will be exclusively for

peaceful and acientifle purpos-..
es." : -"-
Safeguards against the
possibility af surprise attack.'
Russia already has rejected
this- phase ef the proposal It
calls for arms Inapeetlea af alt
the United States, all el the
Soviet Union, Alaska, .' tb
Aleutian Islaada and Canada..
If the Soviet Union rejects thi.V

plan, aa it has, then an Inspec Inspec-tion
tion Inspec-tion area, would be set ns m;
parts of the soviet Union.- the
United Stages. Canada, Green

land, and Norway. Part of XM-i

rope aoso woum oe tnciuaea.

Stiu a third plan would can

or adchtlon of eastern! Euro-
pean territory -----"'.
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GUILTY MOVIKCOEK
laTLWAUKEE UP) Ricnard'

Haaagaa was Waitiaf In ha t '.
see a snevie when police arestrd
him B charge ef taking- Jl

frem a beauty shop wbera be wa
janitor. The anevia- was-Tbe Te

CeauaaMmenta.'

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By VICTOR RIISIL 4
I.' A
LONPON From Shurldek
Holmes I got positively no help on
racket busting In America, ine
old boy was not at borne on iJaKer
St. 1 ambled over to Jermya St.,
but unfortunately Dr. Watsot( was
on holiday, am mat aian i uu
your operative. There was some"
one in at 17 North Auflley St.,
Westminister, in Mayf air-r-a three three-story,
story, three-story, old Georgian ,browntone
front bouse such as we all -dreamed
wsfi occupied by Detective
Holmes.
There is an answer to Ameri
ca's rackets at 17 North AudleyJ
ror there resides a modern knight,
Sir George Craboe. He has e e-nough
nough e-nough power, to cracks any- labor
racKet, shouid some hood here ev
er catch the disease irora thei
Mates.
Sir George en taize any u u-nion
nion u-nion that fall into tha hands of
a thief. Sir George can seise its
books. But he can do more than
that. Ha can seise its property,
its public buildings and even Ht
i postage stamps. And he 'can
turn tha property back fter he M
has vacuumed Jt. : v
Yet fewer Britons know Sir
George than know that Charles
Dickens and Kan Marx were
neighbors, in a way. You see, Sir
George is the Chief Registrar of
uie Kegistry of Friendly Societies.
As such, he has the power to act
in the name d the Queen, decency
uu civuizauou, an oi wnien are
so synonymous here. The Regis Registry,
try, Registry, it seems to me, is something
we can use in the U.S. in this ye.tr
of the shakedown 1057 and not
when Congress reconvenes in 1958.
Here's why:
.The Registry of Friendly Socle-
?J- et up under fte law of
aia in enect that
au public associations, such as u u-mons.
mons. u-mons. can be exemnt from tn.
gister d busines 1,w? tf thajy re-
All these unions needed to do
was to come in. aeree to conduct
tuemselves as the uecencies of t t-thicai
thicai t-thicai practices oictate and they
coula get a certilicate, a number
and tax exemptions, tout they al also
so also hau to agree to permit the
Chief Registrar to examine thir
records and disciDline th.m if
be.
Tody, soma W per cant of
Britain unions are raaiatorui.
I5aei yjar tnay file dafailed and
accurate financial rlporta, list,
mg every penny owned by the
onion, ovary Inch of real estate,
every shilling spent .and why,
This Is mda public and evWy
onion member -ln feet, really
every British itkeii4 can W
a capy. v.;'., 'X.V,.
Furtnermore the unions are
checked regularly by, Sir George's
small staff. There ara.no phonied
books. Each year the unions must
bring up to date the constitutions,
procedures and practices and lists
of officers which always are on
file at 17 North Audiey. Included
are all union laws covering their
own regulation of expense ac accounts,
counts, accounts, fines of members, collection
of dues, assessments and initia initiation
tion initiation fees. Even membership lists
are checked. If an officer is re
moved, the Registrar wants to
know why.
Furthermore, the Registrar
makes certain that luads collect collected
ed collected for special purposes are spent
for these purposes. A union can
raise money te back a Laborite
candidate. But it puts the pounds
in special Kitties. Furthermore.
this money can't be spent without
approval of a majority of the
membership and no one is forc
ed to contribute a political half half-peniij
peniij half-peniij
The Registrar is the man "1o
whom the rank-and-file In the O-
peraung Engineers or some
leimsters locale or, ia faet, any
American unioa could go if they
ha eviaenee of corruption. Ia
England, all they would need de
would be to call Mayfalr-7001. They
would get aa appointment. They
would be listenea to. If their evid evidence
ence evidence held up, Sir George would
order some of his 10-msn staff to
look at the union books, or sit ia
on unioa elections, or count the u u-aion's
aion's u-aion's cash.
If the union told the inquirer te
go jump ia the Thames, Sir George
could seise the union, or any part
thereof under the authority of
the Crown. If his inquiry proved
the complaints justified, he would
order the situation rectified.. He
could direct new elections. He
could direct a union to use profes professional
sional professional auditors instead of just spe
cial committees ef rank-and-file
members. He eould call en Scot Scotland
land Scotland Yard to help him fight cri
minals. Fact is that he has had
to move in only one case.
A railway unlaw ana coilee
tor stale funds over a kng po porta
rta porta of time aad rfcn kNIW
himself. The Ref istrar, appoint appoint-ad
ad appoint-ad by tfce Crown, ordered aa
adit eystem with which no ee
ceRld tamper in tha fntvre. Ho
wi obeyed.
All this, and it's velnntsry, too.
Just a little something tha anions
give in exchange for not paying
uses. rir eaougn.-

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NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

THIS AIN'T CONFIDENTIAI.:
MIcnael Mordaunt Smith, the big
"surprise" witness for the defense,
who says he's, the nephew of a
Lord, was in the New "York Mir Mirror
ror Mirror office a couple of years ago
with an introduction from a Lon London
don London newspaperman. Mordaunt Mordaunt-Smith
Smith Mordaunt-Smith said he was here as a front front-man
man front-man for the then projected cruise
of "Mayflower H,' and asked for
introductions to film producers,
press agents, etc. I met. mm lat later
er later in London at Claridges and
he offered to fill me up with scan scandal
dal scandal about the Royal family.
HI'S ALWAYS. TH! FALL
GUY; 1 sat a Chez Vito 4istening
to tha fiddles olay sad songs, but
nnthina was so sad as Alan Dale.
the crooner.' He told m4 that a
result of the trial, ms career is
on the verge of ruin for. tha third
time. He's always the innocent by
stander who gets It in tne ,necx.
Dale, quiet and pleasant young
fellow, srot his first break from
this department when he sang at
Leon ano tooie s, 01 nostaigie
memory, a number of years ago.
Slnea then he's been near tha top
several times, with million platter
records, films and TV. But each
time, something Uke this happen
ed hist as be was snout to nil me
is:kooL Once it was the Pat
Ward case, then the arrest of his
agent, Jerry Purcell, and now this.
And with it the TV contract' he
was negotiating went out the win
dow: Alan's got millions or tans
Why don't they tell the video sta
tions they're for Mm? (NjDTE
FOR THE RECORD; In 1M7 Jaek
and I refunded an advanee royal
ty for a proposed Hollywood Con Confidential'
fidential' Confidential' because it couldn't be
done without, xoinf into private
lives. Apparently others who've
stolen our title and debased our
formula have no such compune-
ANOTHER. DAY ANOTHIR
COLUMN! Jack's" niaht club in
San Jusn (the one about .which
they wrote the song hit, "J a e k,
Jack, Jack") reopened wkb uru
cuavan owrators who've renam-i
ed it "The Flamboyant" and what
ryhmes with, flamboyant?. XI
Comirdame Race Track there.
broke the 5- nool record what
ever that is with $101,118.80 the
first traek on earth io go .over
1100.00ft. .Girlie mass on stands
Barei Stare: Dare. (Who. Care?).
1 .Call me Cupii After my l l-tem
tem l-tem about the L Q.'s Mary Boki-
no anu ner corruiiwi w miik
from Mlaiu she's taking next
Saturday night off te marry mm.
. .Jaync sjansfield ana jane hus

aHKtiiUtfltMlfe.

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Easy . ; for d .vangaroo

sell dining at opposite tables in
the. Press, box. (.The stuffed
AlpenragQul mit spaetzie at jans-
sen's noataigie .fioiorau", in me
Graybar" uf you can't pronounce
it- - take' this with you and hand
it "to tile waiter;) .1 .ADD GREAT
PATRIOTS r Young Robert Morris,
who resigned as a New York judge
to head the Senate's, Internal Se
curity subcommittee stau. .bob
knows lis much -about the commu communist
nist communist menace as any man alive. If
we'd listen to bimr there d be less
danger -of .the Reds winning the
Silent war kt home ; witn .tne
aid of the fuzxy-wuzzies.v How a
hBflte(iyt;Senatwt?;-t
fWHO $Aip THISi f'Tbo dicia dicia-ry
ry dicia-ry of the United; State! is f subtle
Corps of sappers, and jhinera con constantly
stantly constantly working underground to
undermine the foundations of our
federated fabric. ; .Having found
fr',m eKperietice Ihat cimpeach-
m scare-crow,1 they consider
themselves secure for life. .An
oninion. is huddled "up in a 'con
clave. -.by rafty chief, judge
who sophisticate the law to his
mind." -h Thomas Jefferson! -';
SOMRTHING ri FOR IVERYV
ONR; Lovely Rose Marrone, the
Ches Vito bhrush, has htr vaca vacation
tion vacation all planned one week, in Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda with Leyna's Aunt Rose and
one week on a Texas ranch with
Mike Jameson :. and chaperons)
who liyes by the sweat of his
was Orin Lehman and Diana Al Alexandria
exandria Alexandria i the actorine, .at Eber Eber-hsrdf
hsrdf Eber-hsrdf s gemutliche House, of Vien Vienna.
na. Vienna. .Did you hear about the-guy
who Ives by the. sweat, of his
frau? (Just wanted to see- if you
are still reading.) .What's the
GOP brass huddling about at
Leone's in Port Washington?.-.
Len Straussberg, no relation to
Hot Lips, has the choicest job in
town, casting -director of the 1958
Ziegfold Follies. But he prefers
NaLctto Hail. .
More "rf the Same But .Why:
Robert Lincoln, of the martyr's
tribe, and Jan Martineau, a Bos Boston
ton Boston post-deb,- at Fran ; Harris E
den Roc. . little Shirley Perrat-
to doesn't hurry home from Flor
ida, sbe'U hsve no piace to go.
She's -the cutie who as Sherrye
Park's got in difficulties because
"whenever I see a phone
I've got to make a can." Her. fa
vorite hang out. El Morroeco, goes
on vacation Aug. 24 until Sept. 10.
(VHtm aunniised to close last week
but a: the last minute J e h n's
smsrt sob, Eddie Perona, decided

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CASTTLLJI de ORO
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to hold over another week.) Indi
4ieuialiy, f Shu-ley woa was an
airline stewardess) wants it, she
can iive a screen test mat s now
good she pkotoed in the ; magis magistrate
trate magistrate ( court .-. John van der
Meersch, just divorced from Syl Sylvia
via Sylvia Obolensky in Alabama t h e
new Reno;, telling pals at Arman Armando's
do's Armando's swankerie that the landlady
of his bachelor digs is Gypsy Rose
Lee. The rich get richer, ete.).
WOW WOW OF THE WEEK: The
fahtabulous new Copacabana show
with Don Cornell, Larry iiamei.
and tfie Coronados Take a wow,
Julie'.PodeW .:-. ?v-t. ;
i HOW "MY-'- READERS LOVE
ME :'-Ohe,-writes: "My observation
iaithnt you, are anrdinary run-
f-tna-hull cfacKpou, Perhaps omei
.day soon you snau nave, a nappy
re.nibn with your fellow crack crackpots
pots crackpots Forrestal, MeCarr.an and
McCarthy. Oi course you will rea realize"
lize" realize" this is just a subtlety for
VmY liOiS'l, YOU DHOP DEAD?
One of "your numerous un-admir-er.
' Wny- don't you be a man manor
or manor woman dear "un aumirer,'.'
and sign your name Owy fellow
crackpots write uionymous -1 e t
ters,j -. ;" v ;; '. A
DEPr OF VITAL STATISTICS!
The iiuduy JiacKeos- will uame
her Ivy JuiyK tnougn oorn in Augus
Vyeigos in l seven seven. joe
Kipness, the iaouious iiway pro pro-bucer
bucer pro-bucer and cloak-and-suiter, is a
piquU gi-nripapp ior the ihird
tune, (i didn't toink ypu was old
euuu, joJ ,' t ; ',' i'i'
'.'I GIT AROUNU (I got to" oth otherwise
erwise otherwise they'll catch' me: Raphael
haKiru. producer of bteve Auen's
new play rVJosc," is makiflg 4 a
producaoa at d Vynne s v liar-
wyn witn Heien Murphy, a'purty
tdstetn Airlines stewarties. (Or
as tho columnists says: He's up
in' the air.). .Oneoi my favorite
beautifuls is Nancy zierg, but 1
never see her tnese days. Maybe
It s because she a too busy discuss
ing dray-ma with Bob neller, of
the Actors'- Stadio. Or could she
hj discussing Brando?. . I
Wv Jnn't believe it even if I met
her, and I -still don't, I mean the
chorine who's named Trja Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. (! it? I'thought it was Tues Tuesday.!
day.! Tuesday.! .My favorite pholosopherr
Max Asnes of the Stage Delica Delicatessen.
tessen. Delicatessen. Salami and gooa sense I.
. .A syndiRBte of European bank bankers
ers bankers will finance Neil Vanderbilt's
ifldeponden. film on the life ef his
mother. "The Queen of re Gold Golden
en Golden Age," K 3ow can th-jy afford'
it? Jack Cole, the fabulous exo exotic,
tic, exotic, who's choreographing the new
f'5
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TlvoU Ave.

hbDAlLYtTjASIIK.'GTO:

LlERRY
y OR
1 wasHTNflTON Here is more
inSido on the recent acquittal of
Jimmy Hoffa, No. S boss of the
Teamsters. -
One of the'gimmicks used dur during
ing during idj -trial obviously nor the
purpose, of wooing the eight Ne
gro memDers 01 uie ma
was -a tuu-page aa 111
ington edition of. The Afro-American,
plus an appealing column by
Samuel Hosxins.. - -1
The latter told, among other
thing?, how "Hoffa, long before
the Supreme Court dreamed of its
May 17. 19M, school decision, was
on the desegregation firing line,
f "Within the Teamsters' memoer memoer-fihin
fihin memoer-fihin are 167.000 colored truck driv
ers," said The Afro-Americai col col-umnht;
umnht; col-umnht; ."Many more persons of
color had important positions with
in the Hoffa organization.
.. ."When Hoffa .becomes president
of the sprawling Teamsters or
ganization," said The' Afro-Ameri
cail.Cthe opportunities in this di
ruction will increase tenfold.
"iBut on the other hand, if this
champion, of -labor is crushed by
the anU-jabor," iorces which also
are. anti-civil, rights, the cause will
suffer immensely.
"buch arc the issues ln the not-fa-Fischtsch
bribery trial."
In blunt contrast with The Afro
American, another leadina -Negro
newspaper, The Chicago Defender,
has published another side of IIoT-
fa s attitude toward, Neeroes.
- Esther L. Payne, energetic news
digger for ine, cnicago JJerender
reporcs": .
- 'While1 i Hoffa ; was proclaiming
his love for Negroes, a lawyer
with' a' long memory reached back
to J9 U. when a battery of lawyers
for" President .Roosevelt's FS?C
set-ort-n an appointment witn
fa to cite tht discrimination in uie
Teamsters Union, against Negro
truck, drivt-rs on cross country
trips--K:-,
"When Hofla. entered the room,"
repo. ;ea mw rayne m The Chica Chicago
go Chicago Defendw, "he .curtly informed
the roup that there was no need
to open their briefcases, as he had
only one statement to make and
mat Ayoum be; all, with. no ques
tions allowed .Hi .r",..'.
: VTh m he reputedly said his' u u-nion
nion u-nion had no intention of putting
Negro truck -drivers on long hauls
pecans me new equipment prov
idea a space lor sleeping in the
cab of relief drivers, and nn Whit.
would want Negroes in such inti-
mate quarters.,
i'bifondly,' said The Chicago
pOader columnist, "drivers used
facilities of hotels and mnti v.
lLtlS f0UK,or keeping, and they
didnt intend to be mixed up with
Negroes.:'. .':.
r ''After hfc finished his statement
Motra arose and stomped out of
we' room." ... ...
- wurjB A-KX-boxing champ Joe
LOUIS also got-his exnenan.
tft. como to Washington and apr
pear in 'the courtroom in order tn
show Hoffa as the great friend of
WASHINGTON PIPfLfNf
Ike's best ammunition for his
foreign aid program if he would
read it- is contained in the new
book on Adlai Stevenson by Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth DavisuA PrnnhM in Hi. n,-
Countiy.'V Trouble Is, Die seldom
reacts. :.'.-;'.
It took more than usual resis resistance
tance resistance for certain- Alabama con congressmen
gressmen congressmen to oppose the Natural
Gas Act, particularly ; Kenneth
Rohsrta- Bob Jones, and Carl El Elliott.
liott. Elliott. All three were classmates of
Mortimer Jordan, lobbyist for the
Southern Natural Gas Co... Henry
Kaiser, 'the mart who used r to
build steel mills in Southern Cali California,
fornia, California, is now building a thirteen thirteen-story,
story, thirteen-story, hotel at Waikiki Beach in
Havana-Riviera show, inviting ev every
ery every choreographer to the opening
as his guest. To show how exotic
he is-,,; .' :
CONFESSION OF A CANDID
CUTIR? I want a man to love me
with all his heart, I want a
with a heart of gold!

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Hawaii. Henry has retired : from
U.S. industry, is now itevoang mm-
self to promoting tourism in Ha-
waii... 1 )
To act an idea of what the Mc-
Clellau Rackets Committee is do-'
mg to labor, read a city ordinance
issued by the town of x Osceola,
in Mctlellan's home state. Arkan- -.-sas.
Osceolc.i nODulation 5000. baa
adopted an ordinance that- no lab- v'
or organizer, can operate wurnn tne
city limits without paying a lee
of $1000 aday and being finger.
printed. Tho ordinance was adopt
ed because of the so-cailed neces
sity for "the immediate preserve v
tion of the public peace, health.
and safety." -
vice fmident Nixon, now the
roolin tootin' advoeate of a toueh
Civil Rights Bill, voted in 184 as
benator to kill an amendment
to tn'j Se!ect?ve Service Act which
protected Negroes jn "the armed
forces. NUi.n in 1951 didn't realize
the golden allure of 'the Neero
vote.;, v 1- l;i '
Off.cers aren't the
1 only ones
who comni&in about
Compulsory
socials and donations ia th arrrf.
ed servicer.-At' Suffolk Air Fnrre
Base, New YOrk, enlisted men re receiving
ceiving receiving their pay found the com.
manauiK onicer, plus other officers,-
seated at tables at both
exits from the base exchange. No No-enlisted
enlisted No-enlisted ma j got by without ray raying
ing raying a dollar's worth of- chances on
arnsu outboard motor.
BENSON'S $0 DAYS
Mike Todd, the famnu mnvla
producer -w1m used to live in Mih-neaoo'-is
? dropped n' for a 'visit
with his old friend,' Sen. Hubsrt
r-umpnrey of Minnesota,' former
Mayor of Minneapolis, ; Todd is
planning to do a new picture in
Minnesota soom After discu -slng
this picture, the conversation turn turned
ed turned to other things, v ,
: "It took 80. days Iwr you to go
around tho world," said HumDh HumDh-rey,
rey, HumDh-rey, referring to Todd's famous
picture, "but it took 50 iays to get
Ezra Taft Benson out of the North
WOOdS.,--. ,-- ;";.,.?. j
. "Benson bas 'spent two-thirds of
hig ftime out Tof Washington be be-tween
tween be-tween January and August- Not'
u Hh vei,' vu vacation vacation-ing.
ing. vacation-ing. Pari 0 the time he was lee
turing telfng the urban popula population
tion population that they must pull the props
mi:m U.nder the farm program.
What Benson hasn't told the
urban population, however," con con-tmued
tmued con-tmued Hun.phrey"is that he has
perpetrated the. greatest hoax in
farm history.
"When the Democrats' went "of
ffi v?9 "spending
only one billion on Jgricu'.lure, To To-day
day To-day Benson is 'ependine 'five .'hit.
0 BrlUnnlea. Janto pejrcIop4llR
i Henry Ford's first experience:
ps a mechanic came when h
was IS years old.. He removed
all of the works of a watch, then,
set them in place again. Ili
curiosity concerning the me
chantes of watches led him td
repair, without charge, man?
clocks and watches in the neigh
bosttood of his home.
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' 'MEJtlCO crrV,' Aug." 29 (UP) ,Todd thought "t, was1 good public--1
Tnnfidential tipster Framcesct deiity," the witness said.-

Scaffa is expected to turn, herseu ine aeiense Had brought Jodd's

uamc Aiiw uio' vase iu-' piuvc' iitti
famed theater -celebrities supplied
the magazine with information for
articles. ''' -'" '
Negro-singer UojOthy Dan Dan-dridge's
dridge's Dan-dridge's alleged tryst in the woods
at JLake Tahoe was 'described by
De. Stefano as- havtmr hppn' .h.

lished In,- a .'watered down"" vef-

i- ...In.otinn allthnritieS 10

day. while she can atill choose for
herself where she will go when

, -.: The Hollywood blonde, a former
. wife of actor Bruce Cabot, has

been -ordered to gei ui
j.. ... e, n m tomorrow. Immigra

-non Officials said if
do so she will .be deported um um-'
' um-' manlv-to the United States -Her
nresent whereabouts Is un-

, known. Mexipan P"
.are watching two houses where
, she is knowa- to have stayed,- so
, far without uncovering a clue to

, her present, living uiwiwi"

' 1, Actress' Quoted

hlle,

French actress Corinne Calvert
. . vactprHav at the cri

: ,minriibel- tST of ""ConfidentiaU
, v .oanp jm having said on a How

f lywood television program that she

' was "uawerea uy
. acribiag her "sexy.
; Alfred D Stefano, a New York

attorney for the pubucauon iesu iesu-v
v iesu-v .fied as a defense witness that the
Confidential story on Miss Calvet s
r amorous relations" with two bus-

bands was true ana sne nemeu
. admUted it.
The witness pointed, out that
Miss Calvet had appeared on a
1 fpipulainn 'iwtfirview orocram con

V ducted by Bill Stout inf Hollywood I

.ana caiiea.tye 10 aye t
i
Flattered By Story 1
"She admitted the story was
' true; she said it flattered her and
- ahe said it did not hurt her," De
, Stefano quoted Miss Calvet as
1 telling Stout.
.. "VThe: attorney said Stout' asked
Miss Calvet, "Why didn't you sue
the magazine?" De Stefano said
' ahe answered, "There Was nothing
to sue about i. ..the story flattered
me." -5
The Calvet story of her "boudiix
- kindness" was one of a dozen
entered by the prosecution as ex ex-.
. ex-. amples of either criminal libel or
obscenity.- published by Confiden Confidential.
tial. Confidential. "."' ....
De Sefano then was asked

about stage and screen producer
Mike Todd supplying Confidential

' with intormation about Jumself for

a story and said the Broadway fig.

,t ure's aacount was the basis for an

-i 'amsing but not sexy" stor

wnicn was read to Todd and ap
- proved by him.
. V
"'Good Publicity"

' "Th .story was published about
-the time 'Around The World in 80

.Days was premiered; and. r Mr.

slon of what Confidential 'actuallyi magazine i agreed to publish an .tears and what Jury would believe

oeaevea nappeoea. v
The singer s attorney last May
claimed that- Confidential had
agreed- to'pubhsH. arelxaction and
paid heri a '$10,000 settlement on

jier two million dollar libeL suit

against distribution of the maga

zine. 1 i '
( Not A Retraction

De Stefano admitted that the1

apology v quoting c Miss- Dandridge
assaying the story was untrue but
he said it was not a retraction.

He said the magazine deeided

to publish the apology and; make
the payment because"the cost to
fight the suit would be great" and
they felt 'the auiger was "such a
consummate actress that she
would coma to court, shed a few

unit nr h mi. faff t m ahU 1

anj viuct trvotaiaiviaj f-
'ADa Stefano said-he advised Con

fidential, f publisher Robert Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, Vthat the story was true and
we should fight the case."
- Hasn't Ralnttated Suit
The upshot of the matter, he

said, "was that thus far Miss Dan Dandridge,
dridge, Dandridge, has not reinstated her suit,
the magazine has not published

the apology and tbe $10,000 has

not yet been returned. 4 j!
Under further -questioning De

Stefano discussed a story in Con

fidential about the marital rift be

tween Dick; Ppwelland June Ally-

avM.V v '.'.'jr."''.:: -v....
. f'Da you know where the Powell Powell-Allvsou
Allvsou Powell-Allvsou storv iame from?" (de

fense v attorney!. Arthur Crowley

asked

things," v De Stefaho replftfd. "A absence since August 20.)"

writpr fnr the- United Press "itt Los

Angeles gave us the original lead
on the atory. She submitted the
basic-informations Her; name was

Aline Mosby. At. that time s n e
wa a United Press writer. I

don't know whether sh,e is now

or not."
Mn New York a spokesman -for

United Press said that Miss Mosby

It was a composite -of several has beenvon an indefinite leave of

De Stefano said further informs

tion was taken from a movie mag mag-azine
azine mag-azine r :story written : by. Sheila
Graham .- and, from clips- -from

newspaper 'columna. t -'
He also mentioned the lata Jay
Breenfc a,, riortaer .United : Pses

writer who became an editor for

coniidentiai. He said Breen wrola
the Allyson, Calvet and- Robert

Mitchum stories. -t

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'dreft cnu-'dreft "to 'thfir deaths in the St.
i Lawrthice- River, then leaped to his
?wn .death ?! clutching his 'third
chilfl.'.,'; v
;, Auaoritiev said Roland Masse,
hici of the detectives in the
Quebec City police force wag. walk -jingialoiig
a pier when he suddenly
, vflung, his' sun, Richard, 4, and a
. daughter, Michehne, 8, into the
.hafboc i i. ...
V Th 4hird,,chil$l, Lisette, 12, ran
Tjalong the pier, screaming hysteric hysteric-V
V hysteric-V .llysfor ielp But, as bystanders
, ?;lpoked R;.jp horror, Masse caught
the child when she tripped over
1 a coil of rope. He then leaped into
.the .waje; clutchjng v her; in his
h -rJn: ;' '; .i Y -.is, ' ''
i : Crewmembers of a ship tied up
nearby threw life buoys into" the
water ih a futile rescue attempt.
41. Authorities Said Masse had ap ap-w'oeared
w'oeared ap-w'oeared ifeoressed the last two

. montns. j ney said ne leit ms of

fice Tuesday evening,, went Hbma
" "a-d told his wife be was taking the
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THURSDAY, AUGUST tt, 1,957

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Leader William Knowland continue their conversation.

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

Railroad Devotee

Comes To Grief
In Train Wreck

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UP) The
undoing of Salem LaHood was

that he loved trams.
t i.rwwt KO HioH in train

wreck and bridge collapse yester

day. He wjls the only victim, in
a way, he chose his fate.
For 14 years the Auburn, N.Y.,
man worked as a ticket seller for

he New York Central. But, his

friends say, he wasn't satisfied.
He loved the Casey Jones tradit tradition,
ion, tradition, the rumble of the trains, the
whiff of coal, the hiss of steam.
LaHood asked for a job directly
dealing with trains two years ago.
' He got. it. They made him a
signalman. Last month fate nud nudged'
ged' nudged' Salem LaHood again.
The railroad offered him any

one of fjve signal control towers
in the Syracuse yards. He picked
the one on Park Street.

LaHood was in his wooden

tower beside the metal bridge
when he got the flash from a

tower down the line. The message
told him there was trouble on the

106-car freight bowling down the

tracks toward him.

The train had zipped bv the

other tower too quickly to be
warned. Th,e freight rolled down
the tracks toward him.

LaHood stepped outside and held

his nose and. pointed at the train

wheels a trouble signal for the

crew.

The train rumbled on. LaHood.

who could have run for safety

leaped back into his tower to

relay the trouble message. That
was the last thing Salem LaHood
ever did.

Just: then an axle on the 46th

car snapped. The box cars and

tne eondo as began pitching off

tne tracks. The metal trestle

crumpled, v 1
One flying car splintered La La-Hood's
Hood's La-Hood's tower.
They found his mangled body
in the debris.

Khrushchev Accuses Malenkov
Of trading On Stalin's Faults

High Finance

SOLVES MARITAL SITUATION
HOLLYWOOD (UP) Actor
Dean Miller, a confirmed bachelor
says hehas the marital situation

woricas me nusoana n cbb-i v s
"December Bride" series in
which he constantly argues with
his "wife," Miller goes home to
his peaceful bachelor apartment.

MOSCOW, Aug. 29 (UP) Soviet

communist party chief Nikita s

Khrushchev, in remarks 1 made
public yesterday, accused former
Premier Georgi Malenkov of being
completely under the influence of

executed secret ponce cniet Lav

renti V. iBeria and blamed him for

many excesses of the Stalin re
gime.

Detail of three speeches by

Khrushchev in "Kommunist", the
publication of the party Central

Committee, castigated the dis

graced Malenkov as a man' who

not only failed to restrain Stalin in

his kter years but "took advan

tage of Stalin's weaknesses and

habits."

It wr; a bitter blast at the one

time premier who, along with Vy Vy-acheslav
acheslav Vy-acheslav : M. Molotov and Lazar
Kaganovich was stripped of gov

ernment posts and party position
last July1 for "anti-party activ activities."
ities." activities."

Made Thio Speeches
Khiushchev made his remarks

during three speeches at meetings
of f 'people of art and literature"
and at party sessions; "held be between
tween between Ma and July -this year"

meaning they were made prior to

the Central Committee decision to
disgrace the "Molotov trio."

He spoke in the same breath of

the hated Bern; who was executed
in 1953 after Stalin's death for
treason, and Malenkov who suc

ceeded Maim in tne premiership.

Beria: a "sworn enemy 01 the

people," took advantage of Stalin's

shortcomings. Anrusncnev saia.

. "Much of the blame for this also

lies with Malenkov who was com completely
pletely completely Under the influence of Ber Beria.
ia. Beria. He was Beria's shadow. A
weapon in his hands.''
Incited Stalin
... -n
The party leader charged that
although Malenkov was Stalin's
secretary and occupied high? po positions,
sitions, positions, 'he not only did not-restrain
-Stalin; he very- skilfully
took advantage of r Stalin's weak weaknesses
nesses weaknesses and habits in the last years
of his life. In many instances he

incited him to take action wmcn

now are secret. After he was dis

graced he was banished to an ob

scure power station post in Kazak

istan near the Chinese border. It

was not known publicly whether

he still was in Moscow or had ieit

for his newpost.

Although' Khrushchey criticized
Stalin in his speeches as he did

when the de-Stalinization program

began in February, 1950 he said
it was "necessary to realize that

we sea two sides to stann's work:
the good' side which we support

and the Dad side which we crui
cize, condemn and repudiate.
He asked how it could have hap

pened that Stalin "made such
gross and grave mistakes." He

called it a ; complicated quesuin.
Stalin's trtgedy was to a great
extent caused by great defects in
his personality, in his charac character
ter character

In later life, these "shortcom "shortcomings"
ings" "shortcomings" developed to the point where
he permitted "gross violations of
the Leninist standards of party

life."

Then Khrushchev said Stalin's

shnrtrnmincs were "taken advan-

rtairp of tn the detriment of the

party and me people Dy me"

sworn enemy, the provovaieur
Beria."
At that point, he 1 i n k e & Mal

enkov to Beria.
Fighting Fire
With Fire

SOUTH NYACKV N.Y:. Aug 29

(UP)-John H. Walters is flgnung
firewit'i fire, figuratively. w
i Whpn ds inters found a swarm of

bees and more than 150 pounds of

honev in the walls of Walters

home, they beat a" hasty retreat

Walters, a banker who Uves in
the 11-room house with his wife
and four small daughters, called

in George Leitner, ji bee expert.
He installed a hive in a room in
the house, in the hope a queen bee
Would turn up to entice the swarm

from the wall to the hive.

was deserving of stern condemna- The painter s, meanwhile,
(ion." worked on the 'opposite side of the

Malenkov's actual whereabouts nouse.

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26 American
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29 Bird's home
31 Printing
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Indian
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instrument
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49 Location i
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Reel Chinese Newsman-Dulles

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ws1nNGTok.Autfi 29 fUPl.'there are no Impartial reporters

Secretary of ?tate John "Foster on hand to relay their impressions
Dulles said today the United States to the worlds

would consider letting a jumnese

Communist ne.wsntan come to this

country if one ; shouior apply lor

admission. 1 1

. In discusing v admusion ;of Chi Chinese
nese Chinese newsmen to thig ; country,,
Dulles said the United States op;

nut he madW nlain that this gov-'nose any flat rule 6f reciprocity.;

vernment has 110 intention of trad-. He ? aald this rules out any possible
ing reporters with, the Red regime Red Chinese claim vM. jljW to

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But he 'said that as 'far as ht

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Dulles said that if an individual
n -.MeaMM .eavn1iAif ftT VI C 9

to come here ,Hhe request ''v--?

ha considered on its merits, tie

said such an; application will have
to run the garriut of U.S. law

Which he called, pretty severe.

" Thetate 'Department last, week
agreed t- let 24- Americanv news newsmen
men newsmen gb to' Communist China ; on

absolute rule against. Red Chinese

coming here.; He also sald'that
applications "have been' ;rceived ;
from : Chinese i aewsmed 'lieeking:;
U.- S.; entry. ; 'fcir--r$.-j riff:?-; ?
j He !sai?theiinited rateswillR
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an exoerimental basis to report Uln if w AittA ta erant it. the

the news V there. But the depart-Secretary.-aald, the visa would be

vicuh,- M4u. jv., wwuiu -uwr. nuv qU a parat.e lllCtC-WI'-V- .'
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newspaper branded" the U.S. -pro-j This) would be done, he said.g
posal as "completely unaccept-because the United Statea. doei

.hi." mil ffemanried that its re-not recbenize. Red-China. X

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rights to come to the United
States to report on American af

fairs.

Dulles told, a news conference,

however, that the

CONT1NUI STAND

SAN FRANCISCO (UP) Thl

newsoaoer's left-wing Electrical Workers Unions-

statement was not necessarily Red will continue its refusal to cooper'
China's last word on the question. ate with the Senate Rackets Corav.:
He said the Chinese government mittee, President Albert Jt Fit&
may want to stall on admitting gerald said today., "It's ''discount-he
U. S. newsmen because 41 aging to see (AFL-CIO officials)
American students now are visit-knocking each other down to s

pledge, cooperation. tQ a. senate ,-committee
committee ,-committee headed a fman -who S

is notorious for His ami -4 an o ri

T-.nr? H- TTif-oorolH maill t h

ing the Red mainland.

Preeaianda Mileage

There has been some unofficial opening session at the union s 22nd
speculation that the Chinese feel annuar convention Sen; Johrt L. 4;
they can get .more propaganda McClellani (D-Ark.lJs chairman of
mileage out of ;,the.. students if tho committee, -.
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The nrnnncftil fiKfitEtntA mr of

fered by Chairman Emanuel Cel-
lfr CD-NY 1 nf ih TTnusn .TnHinisrv

Committee who accused the F&l

ot "loosing great -waves of; propa propa-eanrii"
eanrii" propa-eanrii" in ai effort ti' ''Murt

pressure" on Congress. i
"That kind of maneuvering can

vtLW as she was rescued. The three-and-aalf- ND? once r prosecutS h mse5
J. JTMWW Jiai crawled, into the, narrow-space after a tat. "aid .Congress VhlT, ? eh? S'

House, Passes; Bill To hlelp

FBI Protect Secret Files ?

WASHTNfiTnN An!0 TTPY

The House overwhelmingly passed

a Din toaay to neip tne a til pro-

criminate riimmaffinp hv rfpfpnrt

ante in riminnl nrncotntAnc

. The roll call vote was 351 to 17
for the biLL -,. i
Tho mpflsnrp an' Aiitornurfh

the Supremo Court decision in the

su caiieu.? veucKg j tase, wouia

throw n ore rigid : safeguards
arnmiff FRT : filpc than .wnulff a

rival bill passed by" the ( senate

Thn IpffisTatinn nnw. Vnnct irn tn

A Mint- prmfpr0TiA pnmmiHaa: in

iron Out differences between the

House ana benate versions. At the
last minute, the House' voted 161
to 55 to. defeat an attempt to adopt
mp'asilri ilmmt iHpntixal tn the

'Senate bill. i i

The atftion was a victor for
President Eisenhower and the
FBI which had favored the strong

er measure.

tWMn lafpPuarHinff envprninnt

files or turning over ."all the" in-

iurmauun 10 inesc wnissy runners

ana niuraerers

"If we err," said Rep. Frank

u cneu. (JJ-Kyj, "let s err on the
side of America."
Thft KiinrAtnjk Pmirt rueA Tuna

3 in a decision involving former

union oniciai ... Uinion f. jencKS

exauie material in j; jbi tuesmi

that the oetenaant naa a ngnt to
avamina mutpriat in FRT filnar

fiipniehaii fiv wirnHVM lejaincr

him. The court said this would
trivar tho Hpfpnrlant a pkanpA in

pick possible holes in, the testimo-

ny against mm. r f
fho TTnnsn hill wnulrt limit aifph

disclosures to records or ctate-
tnonta VniimeA hv tho witrtAS ni

otherwise adopted or approved by

mm as correct."

Tho Spnaip nasspfl hill wntiM

permit the defendant to request

am oral siaiements hj; sucn wii wii-nesses
nesses wii-nesses or interviews Iwith FBI
agents regardless- of whether the.
j J m' a j

witness naa coniirmea tne accura

cy or t,ne statements involved.
Rep. Kenneth B. Keating (NY)
ranking GOP member of Celler's
Judiciary Committee who led the
fight for the legislation, said it
was needed "to bring order out of
thu rhanft Ipft. in thp. walrp nf ilna

Supreme Court' decision."

Train 'Ccrrying
British Yculhs

Derailed In France

15ATWT nT7.nP.T. IPranra Aiiii'

za (Ut' A special train carry carrying
ing carrying some 600 British members
of the Younc Christian Workers

home from their Rome conven

tion i derailed near here early
this morning, slightly injuring

17 passenger),

Th Ininrpif 11 o-1rl' irt

s v nnvi .in T.nnir iht T.nnna nr

early twenties were treated
ot. th hnsnltal Viprp in mllpa

from the scene of the accident.
: Two girls remained in the hos hospital
pital hospital this afternoon with slight
aapa nf. ahnnlr 'TKpv wprat

pected to be released In two or

uiree oays. -

ThPTj Via hn rhiinv In Vi

only one of the derailed train's
1- .It i. J lt Jll Ji

coaenra hjii actutuiy xeu ua its

side,
Th IflnnmnHv tpndpr anil

vpn nt.hpr ar nf thu 19-rar

Basie-to-BOuiogne train went

on me iracK dui remamea up
right.

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Written for NEA Service

"atfillrps t npftv4 AllV pKipf

protective agency tne
If At in 0 s, KsiH U urnfl : nArPssflrv

af rf i.A X L ; J

ior congress 10 esiaousn guiae guiae-lines
lines guiae-lines because some federal judges

naa inierpretea tne jencKs aeci
-i 1 ii j. tvfttr j

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throw Onen iff filen on a whole

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All members are hereby notified lKattH
, i, .
Annual General Meetinr and Election of
Officers of Kol ShrltK Israel will b ;
held in the Community., Hall of this on'
gregation at Cuba Arenu and 3d ftrttt
on September 2, 1957 at 81OO p.m. '' -I

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:.?.SSa nion Tclub i tomorrow nIght

1 A 'iepeaida ball for the graduating class f .the Ja Ja-;
; Ja-; 1 V choe oi Manama City wl be held tomorrow night at
I ; V-'Ki32a will feature a fashion show modelled by
fcSitiw by the student There will be
I "uirtSrt the ball will be three lovely eueens
InallKlfarOoffee Quen; Favlola Velasquea, Queen of
! : j'SrUb e Gn.rdia Studentneen
Admission will be f 1. There will be a door prise.

and

i flrlthh Ambetsdr
fentertsins '
' th Britsh Ambassador

tars. Ian Leslie Henderson gave

a dinner ptrty at the nrmi
J Embassy Ust night, as a farewell
i to Their Encellencies the Ambas Ambas-!
! Ambas-! Bidop of El Salvador, and Mrs.
Francisco Lino Osegueda who are

t LuiiUin kflirlnfl Pinima on trans

, MJUltljr H.nni
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Guests iucluded T. E. The Chi-
lean Ambassador and Mrs. Enri Enri-t'ou
t'ou Enri-t'ou Lagreze Echeverria, T. E.
-the Ambassador of the Domiiucan

? Ranuhlip and Mrs. Hector s. ae

f Castro Nobos, and Mr. and Mrs.
Rofelio Alfaro E.
i Mr. And Mrs. Dom
; Arrive Far Sen's
. Wedoina en Pridey
f Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Dora

' arrived by plane yesterday to at

tend the wedding oi weir son,
Ens, Stanley M. Dore Jr. to Miss
Vginit CrDi Bella of Cable
Heights, Ancon.
Miss Marie Di Bella, sister of
the b'ide-to-be also cam from
Miami, Fla. yesterday.

Th weddina will take place on

tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock at

Ftr-Amador.
Silver And Crystal
Shower Given
Far MIkb Di Bella

The Misses Patricia Hattler and

Cynthia ;Orr entertained on
afternoon at the home of Miss
Hauler's parents with a silver and

china shower in nonor oi muss Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Di Bella.
About thirty guests were present.
CZ Doctors' Wivas
Welcome New Members'
The Canal Zone Doctor' Wives'
Club held a Bienvenida Meeting
at the Fort Amador Officers' Club,
Wednesday. The luncheon tables
were decorated artistically, show showing
ing showing -platter of native fruits as
well as some of the essential
household articles which all new

comers wish they had but never
find provided. In addition, there

was a smalt Guatemalan doll wel welcoming
coming welcoming each of the 15 new mem members.
bers. members. Towards the end of the lunch

eon. Mrs. William T. Bailey di

rected several of the members'
children in a short play which
pointed touchingly to the need of
volunteers for the Gorgas Hospital
Playroom activities. During the
following business meeting. Mrs.
Norman H. Wiley in bet capaci capacity
ty capacity as president reverted to the
appeal of the play and graciously
pointed to the personal reward
and satisfaction Of dedicating', an
hour tc help sick children. Mrs.
David C. Burke will be chairman
of the Gorgas Volunteers 5 i
The followine new members

were introduced: Mesdames Helen
Ahr, Ruth Batchelder, Dorothy
Norris, Florence Hoffa, Audie Leo Leonard,
nard, Leonard, Louise Edwards, Fannie
Mondragon, Judy Vivas, Sonia
Verity, Mildred Beggs, Georgia
Carlos, Joan Gorman, Laveta Hil Hilton,
ton, Hilton, Katie Law, Ruth Mienhardt,
Doris Scholoeter, Cherrol Soiseth,
Sn stpnrv. Bonnie Tanauiest.

Frances Koenig, and Joan Geis. M

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Guesti welcomed were Miss

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i Mrs. Wiley then introduced Mrs.
Georgina Ycung, Katie Law, Mil Millie
lie Millie Beggs and Cherrol : Seiseth,
who are orcaniiine a new recrea

tion center at Pueblo Nevo in Pa

nama.
, Mrs. Sonia Verity was appoint appointed
ed appointed nublicitv chairman.

Hostesses for the luncheon were
Mesdames Alice Allen,, June Mc Mc-Glynn,
Glynn, Mc-Glynn, Marges Kennedy, Ruth
Brown, Sylvia Kietzman, Kay Ma
loney. Dawn John and Mary Li Li-towski.
towski. Li-towski. Mrs. Dorothy Norris, a newcom-1

er. won'th door orize. '

Children wno toon pan in

lach est lea for inclution In ihM
column should be ubmiHd m
rrpa-wrirtan form and 1 piailad
the box number liifad daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
r hand to the off ice. Notices of
MieatiRfls cannot bo accepted by
telephone.'-'

Caribbean Collage
Club Beard Meeting

Tha Caribbean Colle'ee Club will

have Its first board meeting on

Thursday. Aug. 29, at the Crista

bal Red Cross Building at 7:30

p.m., according to Mrs. E. G. Bis

All board members are urged to

attend, 'as dans for the coming

year will be discussed.

Paraiso Civic Council

Muti Toniaht

All councilmen and alternated of
the Paraiso Civic are reminded of
the special, meeting to be held to-

njgnt at im .paraiso wign, scnooi
music room at 7:30 p.m. the re re-Vised
Vised re-Vised constitution will be on i, the
adgenda.

Cartoonijh Duel I
L .. i '.V

With Pen And Inks

NEW YORK (UP) A running
feud was in full swing today be between
tween between two of the nation's top com

ic strips. v-

"Li'l Abner" deDicts a "black

hearted old nosey body" named

Mary Worm" and the comic

strio. "Mary Worth." includes

"fat-headed egomanic" called

"Hal RaPP."

50 tar, "U'l ADner- has snown

the "real life" Mary Worm as a

noisy, mink-coated old battle-axe
who is the mother-in-law ot her

iiio 1 creator, VAllen Flounder; As pic

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SWIMMING PARTI '-i Albrook'teenagen, held t iwlm: party lit the SBase .iwlnonlrig:' pool last wee. ,rn tvtnfata enters-'
talnment Included a 'dlving exhibition and wiener roast. Left to Tight; (Randall Akers;-Joe Wolfe,-Terry Plowman LaRut
.Akerav Mike Emergoni Ronnie Clayton Lt, Col. Henry A. Moo ney, "Commander, Detll WnhttWiQmit!jx&t&itlttti
JamOs Forbes. BObby Eastman, Butch Loar, Bod Iffataon and Stanley Sommemllle. ,rt v t ,t r

toflBrarriUW by Al Capp, in the United
fcrPattle KeK F'ound"

Kth Hartman. cvntnia ioii.i"""'

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BOQUETE
Announces the annual closing for the
rainy season September 1st. Reopening
lor the dry season around February 1st
will be further announced.
Management.

Steve and Pat Bailey.

Mrs. Gilbert Morland

Daughters Sail
For New York
Mr. Gilbert Morland and daugh daughters.
ters. daughters. Misses Mary and Sallv Mor Morland
land Morland of Brazos Heights, sailed Jast
night on the SS "Jeppeson
Maersk" for New York. Miss Ma Ma-rv
rv Ma-rv Morland will enter a business

school in New York and Miss Sal

because

she talks too much.

The creators of Mary Worth,
Allen Saunders and Ken Ernst,
have answered "Li'l J Abner" in
their own Publishers, Syndicate
comic strip. '
Under guidance of the Saunders Saunders-Ernst
Ernst Saunders-Ernst team Mary Worth has
thought "shades of bluebeard," as
Hal Rapp pushed around bis as as-sistnat
sistnat as-sistnat artist for int erupting him.-

napp ana nounaer respective-

ly J.touMMA. are easily-recognizable carica

yciir ai. oi. uawicuv-c

LVUCK6 I i. f J o j

i-vw II i u iiii sa i if i ami nnpri

r.nlA. XTa Vivlr Kha wsl PhAS- . r

VeltBLUIle A'v TT js. wi wuw

Woman's Club this year to mark

their Fiftieth Anniversary.
Mrs. Morland nlans to visit In

New York with another daughter,

Miss Sunny Morland, and also

rith he? mether and sister before
returning to the Isthmus in about

a month. I
(Contlnned 4n Page V)

ZZ rij riri" th. rrittnhal na lne lwo -"P pounaea away
1 S!?,. ? 'SS t each other with unmerciful sa-

tire, fans began to wonder
just how serious the feud was' get-'
ting Id be.
A quick check revealed "the
disappointing truth." It Js all be because
cause because comic (Strip creator'; get
along "so well. s'; .;:,..

Contacted in Boston, Al Capp

Pink-Hating Nuf

Stabbing Women
In South Africa

- JOHANNESBURG. South .Africa

fUP) A native psychopath who

hates pink dresses (truck again

today.-; ; i' -x

Clad in an orange-pink dress,

Mrs. L.J.C. Lempke, mother of

two, staggered into her $ aunt s
house in Pretoria, with!- blood

streaming from' a hip "wound,.

She' said she had been attacked

by a young bicycle-ridin gnative
who stabbed her with a short short-bladed
bladed short-bladed koife.

Her story matched that of two

other girls who reported similar

attacksjast week..

Police who are hunting him say

bv a young bicycle-riding native

selects girls with pink dreses

and -stabs them as he pedals by

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Religious Salesman
Poses Dealh Threat
To Comb's Children

SANDS01NT..N. V.." Aug. 28

(UP)Perry. Uoroo'a. tnree : cnu cnu-dren
dren cnu-dren were threatened with death

by an anonymous telephone caller

today.' and police srested door-

to-door salesman a few hours later

on a "hunch" of the singer's wife.
Joseph Tito, 32, Astoria, N. Y.,
was charged with disorderly con con-duet
duet con-duet for allegedly telephoning the
Coma's summer home on Long Is-

land-at 5:30 a.m.

Como was out of town; and Mrs.

Roselle Como. his 'Wife, ana wired

the call. With her were her three

children, Ronnie,. 17, David, 11,
and Terry. 10.

"Is Perry there?" the caller

asked.

"No, h's out- of town at the

moment," she replied.
"You better get hold of him and

bring the three children to me or

tney wiU be dead by sunrise this
morning," the man said.
. Mrs, Como called police. who

asked her if she had any idea of

tneaiier- weamy
iJShe recalled that a man aallin

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Thou'cU their Barents are1 still

alert and active the children have

stopped asxing their advice -and

startea, giving it.

Their parents love the 'big1; old
house they have lived in for nearly

30 years. But the Brown children

keep harping on the themer "What

you heed is a small, modern house:

it s auiv lor you ro ne rattling, a.
round in a big,. oldjhouse.'V; :
The fact, that the big, old house
is home and the, neighbors old
friends doesn't keep the Brown
children, from' trying to substitute
their idea 'of a suitable; elate te
live - -.
t .rj v, j 4
!e. Sure,r. Brown comes' home
tired aiter a day's work. But his'
job' ts.'hijd life.1 And yet hiat chil

dren insist that he ought to retire
and take it easy. , I

credit for' being "blf to manage
their own lives.
- But the -most, loving children oft
en overlook that fact. In the name
of love, they, actually push ; their
parents into, old age.i i
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Ingrid's; Daughter :
Won't Talk About
Franco Rossellini
e NEW' YORK (TUPV-Jennie' Ann

Lindstrom, 11-year-old daughter of
actresr Ingrid Bergma, returned
to the United States today from a'

visit with her mother,: but refused refused-to
to refused-to comment on her reported ro

mance witn' jRooeno osseiimi a
nephew. ' i '

AThe talli -nlondei tJniversity of

Colorado oed turnl on her heel
and left' the. Idlewild Airport press

room when' newsmen Drought up

the subject of th Italian: film di.
rector' vaepbew Frances Bossei
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' Wis Lindstrom, who 'bears' a
striking resemblance to' her noted
mother, kd agreed,' along jwith
her father. Dr. Pf ter Lindstrom,
to meet the press. ',
The pair, along with Dr. lnd
Strom's second wife and their II

month old son,, Peter Michael,
landed' at Idlewild" this morning

frem Copenhagen. V
While et i the 'French Ritiera
Jennie Ann met Trance. Rossellini

asd rumers of remae started.

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1957

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Midsummer Nlghli
i rt.u. AKI Panama

Vovpml t omDSi'sak" costumed

croups, nave aireauy reserved ta-

' olee ior hotel 1 ranama s mm mm-immrr
immrr mm-immrr nichfa madness wmch

will take place on Saturday night;
While th ifrohc is in honor ot .the
'.student home lor !' vacation, El
Panamas Costume dances always
- appeal as vell to adults who are
young in heart.
Thirty tw young people have
'named theif tomparsa "Que se se-'
' se-' ra," This-could mean "what is
-it?" of hkathe song,-"What wiU

be'. When 'questioned,, the leader

of lUie group wouiu jjive iu
rf information but answered,

i uue 1 serai sera .--wu ";

" toUege'itudents in another group
' planning to make a merry en-'
trtncn into the oatio. have been

practicing dance steps to h,a ve
their routine smooth for.. Saturday
nighty The name of this group is
"Club A.S-A;" Other fancy groups
are adding to the number ot re?-

evi.tions oaiiy. s
Am interestiwr feature of this

-ar's tostume dance at .El ; Pa'

' mamk will be the door prUes. At

the stroke- of midnight the lucky

number will be drawn for El ra
nama's weekend ior two in Mia

mi, which includes the flight on

Braniff International Airliner's El

Dorado, a complimentary room at
i the Hotel McAllister and a Hertz
car arranged for by Fiesta Car

" Rentals of Panama, it '

A little later in the evening the
lucky number will be drawn for
' a weekend lor two at the ; Hotel

Nacional in David,' Chiriqui, ar ar-rivina
rivina ar-rivina there by COPA airlines.

The weekend includes room and

' meals at Qhiriqui's foremost hotel.
,' Throughout the evening the oth oth-,;
,; oth-,; 25 wonderful door, prizes will
pe given out. - '
' Lucho Azcarraga and Clarence
Martm wll alternate with t h e i r
(: orchestras during the evening. :

Nicky Scotl V
, Celebrates
Third Birthday -
Nicky Scott celebrated his third
. birthday on Saturday afternoon
with a party eiven in his honor

bv'- his parents Mr.' and Mrs.

- Frakn hScott of Colon., His. sister

pale and a friend Jane Honeycutt
i Assisted in entertaining the guests.
Among those who Attended were

Sara Farmer, bandra and snieia

Albarto Koxanne Cain, Gregory
Gump. Freddie Kardonski, Mar-

-; p lerue Munoz and Robert GalUr GalUr-'
' GalUr-' do. t i,
. 1 Prizes wtre won by Sara Farm Farm-'
' Farm-' er and Gregory Gump.
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i' iadies FUet Reserve a t
Held Succettl'ul Meating .
'! Another successful' meeting' wag
w 'nld on Tuesday.'; Plans w'e r e
-.k mnleted for luncheon at, El Pa-
I 'm-), ami "shopping trip, T whicfV

will take place septnil, All ladies

erwtdc

-"-ContinutJ

that are going will meet at 9 a.n

at the exchange parking lot at : v
co Solo Naval Station. v .
Donations of clothing and fo
were brought in by members, ft

the aged at The Ptrt Of P i 1 o r

whom we ww visit --en Sept. i
The Auxiliary will give '. a cat
donation.

Mrs : Setty Rice was etecte

treasurer. ;
; A heartv welcome was extends

to four new members: Mesdame

Kay Pratt. Eula Keaton. Barbar

Mniic Psirfcrv SfliTlrlAMSlfflH

Narvella McCurten, who won. tjit

white elephant, a pair of Cannot

puiow cases. 1
- The raffle was won by Mr. Rich,

iBeity Anderson and Rita Bonzex

were presented witn taDieciotnes

as foitac awav eifts. t

v Hostesses for a delicious buffet
were .Mesdame Peggy Burkland,

Marion Westcott. ,f
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Lt. and Mrs Cnrry
Announc Birth i ;
OF Dauohtar r 1

Lt. and Mrs.-Paul 'B.' Curry, of
Fort Kobbo announce the birth of

their first child; a daughter, Aug.

27 m Boreas Hospital.. The mater

nal 2i andnarents are Col. and

Mrs.. W. R Seymour, of Fort A-

mador The paternal grandparents
are Wr. and Mrs. Don Curry,' of

imme, Aruonn. t j. j,r

Wf MAKE ffin:DS

When you greet an acquaint acquaintance,
ance, acquaintance, call Him by name. "Hello,

Bill" or "Good morning, Mrs

Brown" sounds

friendly than

"Good morning,

Besides, when you call a iter

Quote Unquote

MILWAUKEE, Wis. William
. -oxnure, first Democrat to. be

, acted U.S. senator from .Wiscon

i since J932.

"Alter 25 long lean years, the
, Smocritic Pirty v of Wisconsin

is finally bit the com t o a c

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- WASHINGTON Ren.' Frank t

. 'leff (D-Ky.), on House passage

? a qui io neip ine t oi protect
j seciet files:
"Jf we err, let's err on the side

r America, r n ,t

LOS ANGELES Teamsters

ice President James R. Hoffa

m being tola the AFL-CK) Ethical
Practices Committee broueht new

charges against him based on

jenate Backets Committee disclo

'I can't i m a sr 1 n e what .new

charges they claim. I'm not pre prepared
pared prepared to sax n y t h in g about

them. How can 1. denr what

don't Ijnow anything about?" v

JNASHVILLJS. xenn.- Seereiar

uonwi jonn jasper, en i Integra,
tion of public schools in the South:

were,. going to talk to the

niggers1 -and tell them 'if ther

want ,te avoid the ihotcun. dyna

jnne eun rope iney naa jxttw get

om of. me wmie scnows." f,r s

Washington Rn. icmamn

Celler (D-N.Y.), on the I charge
that I airplanes v art becomlm flw.

"The minute von nrohlbit drink

jng vn tne pianes you will encourr
Age ..the bringing f bottles, eri, the

piane, This was the experieaeer,in
the Prohibition Era, but there are
nmn -whA iiivn. Mrill la ... I

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Chrbfin$:Mdy Soon

Suffer Persecution,
Sayj BillyGrahssii1

NEW YORK' nrPtffvnrHt

Billy Graham said Tuesday sight

n TaiT ne snouid "Warn the
American church the' day may
come when those whn liv, fnr

vnriss may suffer persecution.
"It may t soon," Graham told
aa everflow audience of 11,200 in

? ?r5l MskUscw Square Garden. -Just
"Helld" )9t He said the godless, .an
S- ' 1 tlan forces of communis

making steady

anti-Chris-

communism -tt

Advances every

son by name ne U' sure wik yo day and "we now- see- Syria going

re trying, i vupucKij ueiuna ine iron curtain and a

place him.

" ."HAIR"! I AM!

HOLLYWOOD (UP-Jam'es
MacArthur, 19, went to Interna.

tional Airoori to meet his mother,

Helen Hayes, but they almost
didn't recognize each other.' Mac-,
Arthur ha An Indian crew cut for
a film and Miss Hayes has her
hair dyed ''white 'oX a Brdada

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heavy Communist vote An Inde-

i y
The' Russian now liave a ter terrible
rible terrible intercontinental ballistic mis missile
sile missile capable of destroying any city
they choose, including New-York,

Wt-tBIUU Jj... J.;

"Many, in

WashingtoiTi believe

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the.balaqce of .power has shifted
to Russia, The men in the Penta

tvn trm womea. ui tm, time we
woke ,up t our citizenship duties

as; wen as. .tne necessity tori

Jiving a uiirisuan life'

Many Americana r nrtA.

fag to live Christian hvi. hut Ait

reaiiiy are lar from. lalvaUon, the

rcviviAiis: am-m a aennea
spritual rebirth.-"" &. v

"The' enlV dlttirnp. hfii

those .5 Hollywood veoole whoa

nones are aainf discussed in

court and many of you here to tonight
night tonight is that their sins are taint

"Your sins will b xomnl

not atcesssrilv hr rth k

When A Bersen rivtt him lif. .!

Christ, Graham said, he becomes I

nar again and CM gives him
aew resources to hda

"New birth Is a ift frm r

a new Mature,'.' he said. "Cod
takes wt yeur spiritual heart and
gives' yeu new one. Being tern
a tain means Chrf.t s.v.

through yours soul and the Holy
Spirit takes un niidciii tw

. ave or six : weeks'
evangelistic crusade ia nine eoun-l

uw in iunMi Area were
announced by Graham's bead bead-quarters.
quarters. bead-quarters. The New-Yeri erusade

ciosee ouRoay wit 1 a Times

rae tjur, which win begin f

into aianuarv. win iajiiia m.

J t 1 mm-I

vitii aitcunis m Jimiio

Rico, -Barbados, Trinidad, Paaa-

mm, uuawmaia, vatiuli,'.Ceita
Rica and Mexico. ;

House 0!(V Dill For 60,000 Aliens

To Enter US Yearly On Hardship Basis

WASHINGTON, Aug: 29 (UPH-

ine Mouse nave overwneimuia sd

proval today to a pared-down im

t . L 111 T ,l

migruon om aesignea vo auow

more than 60,000 aliens to enter

this country on a "hardship basis

over the next two years.

The measure, which was nassed

py a roil cau vote of m to 58,

now goes back to the Senate for

acceptat.ee of a series of technical
amendments tacked on by the

House.

The bill fell considerably short

oi president Eisenhower s original
requests. It failed to give resident
status to 28,000 Hungarian refugee
who now have a "stateless" status

here, or to-liberalize the basic

immigration quota system.

But-it did contain a provision

to let the State Department and

the attorney general, actinsf 1oint

ly waive fingerprint reauirements

for certain foreign visitors such

as students ana artists. ; ?

V'-y Barrier
Russia.' which has made the nro

vision a' condition for a Soviet-

American exchange of uncensored

radio-TV broadcasts,- has labelled

tne nneernnnt requirement a ma.

Jor barrier to Est-West cultural

relations.

Reo. Kenneth B. Keatinf (Tt.

i x ), wtio nad unsuccessfully

sougni aaopuon oi otner Ktsennow-

er backed features, called the

bill "a ikelton where there should

oe a roDust Doay."

Keatfnc also complained because

the bill was called under a sus suspension
pension suspension of the-House rules which

required a two-thirds Vote for pas passage.
sage. passage. He said this gave advo advocates
cates advocates ef a stronger bill no chance
to amend it and they were "faced

with a take-it-or leave-it proposi

tion."

But he agreed that "a quarter
loaf? waa better than none. none.-.
. none.-. ... "A Pair Bill ...

House Democratic Leader John

W, McCcrmack of Massachusetts

conceded there was "dissatisfae-

uon" with the measure on the part

ui niemDers. jui ne termea it a
fair bill and one everyone can
vote for."
The measure would:

- Admit an unlimited number of

orpnans adopted by Americans ov
erseus, for a two-year period.
Reallocate 18,656 "left-over-im

migrant visas" wnicn were not

IINATI AMINOS RULIS

WASHINGTON (UP)-The Sen-

ate has amended Its rules to pro-

nioit- senators from caning atten.

tion to visiting movie stars, home

town dignitaries or anyone else in
the galleries. Sen, iPrescott Bush

(K-Conn.) and several other sen

ators who sponsored the new rule

said tne introduction of visitor

.vas becoming a publicity-stunt

mt At

hmiI, wh.n th. ...-. z, uayves oi inose na

iwici act uona to come Here.

expired lest December". About 14

000 of these would go to escapees

irom iron mnain lanas. v 1
. Admit about 1,500 skilled special specialists
ists specialists on a non-ouofa basis.

Grant permanent OA residence

to so foreign diplomats a year who

wca wuu uieir governments.
Drop "mortgages" against quo
tas of certain Iron Curtain conn.

tries and Spain to allow an esti

mated a.000 natives

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Chipper Skipper Happy
After Virtually Wrapping i
.Up 8th Pennant In 9 Tries

, By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 29 (UP) -- Casey Stengel's
two famous trademarks the'wink and the impish
grin finally were back in place today as befits a
chipper skipper who knows he has just about wrap

ped up his eighth pennant
Th Yankees restored that long-
H absent Stengel grin iasi mgni wu"
thoir njirfpnpH their American
League lead to a full-blown 5-V4
gamea by knocking over the am ambitious
bitious ambitious Chicago White Sox for the
econa siraignt msiu,
"That'3 the one we needed,
ti'.Mi.wxt thp inhilant Yankee man
ager after the game, leaving lit
tle douD; ne consmeren wc a.-ond-Dlac9
White Sox dead even
thougti nis ciud naa- W'ww
one more today in the last game
pt what had been advertised as a
fcrucial aeries."
Don Larsen was the winner, but
the hero was reliever Bob Turley,
Who was summoned from the bull bullpen
pen bullpen for the second successive night
andvnailcd down the Yankee
triumph. Turley first got Larsen
out of a jam in the sixth inning,
then worked himself out a bases bases-loadel
loadel bases-loadel situation in the seventh af after
ter after yielding a two-run homer to
Earl Torgeson.
'Hank Bauer hammered his 15th
homer of tne year in me acv
enth off loser Billy Pierce.
Th Baltimore Orioles staged
tfw biggest offensive in their his history
tory history to maul the Cleveland In In-dians,
dians, In-dians, 194, while Washington da da-fotd
fotd da-fotd Kansas City, 3-2, and Bos Boston
ton Boston beat Detroit, 1-0, en Ted Wil Wil-Jiami'
Jiami' Wil-Jiami' 33rd homer of the aeason.
In the National League, the
Dodgers took over second place
tlth a U-Mining 4-3 triumph over
tie Cubs; the Giants crushed the
Braves, 12-6, slicing their lead to
ven games; 'Cincinnati climbed
knek into first division with a 6-5
Wn over Philadelphia, and Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh blanked St. Louis, 2-0.
Gus Triandos and Tito Francona
paced the Orioles to their one-sided
victory over the Indians, Trian Triandos
dos Triandos hitting a pair of bom era and
' driving in five runs while Franco-
- drove in four jruns. with four
hits. Connie Johnson struck out 12
men in posting his 12th 'victory.
Pedro Ramos of the Senators
fired ai four-hitter in registering
his 10th triumph. Milt (Boiling sing singled
led singled home what proved to be the
winning run in the top of the
ninth and Joe Demaestri gave the
A'a their final run with a homer
in the bottom of the ninth.
Williams' homer came in the
iyen h inning and was one of
tfe two hits allowed by Jim Bun Bun-ning,
ning, Bun-ning, who absorbed his seventh
. Big Frank Sullivan gave up
JO hits but was helped to his 11th
v by three Red Sox double
play i.
ch hitter Elmer Vale pro produced
duced produced Brooklyn'! victory over
tha Cuba w'th a 14th inning single
off Davo Hillman that scored
Randy Jackson Ifrom third. Ed
Roebuck ntliovod Sandy Kov
fax in the sixth and pitched nine
acoreloss innings for his sixth
victory.
The Giants broke loose for eight
runs in the third inning, their big biggest
gest biggest rally of the season,, in send sending
ing sending Gene Conley of the .Braves

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

B A IBO A
STARTS SATURDAY!

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down to his seventh loss. Curt
Barclay, -who singled twice during
the ttdly, was credited with his
eighth victory although he wasre
uevea aner n?e mmw.
Ier, Hana sauer ana vaimy mvux
as drove in inree juna bpiccc.
Thp Rediees blasted Curt. Sim-
mnna auH Jim He am for six runs
in the second inning and then hung
on to edge the Phillies. W a 1 1 y
on to eage ine nmu.
f 0!? ArViu Rohir Rob-
hAJ?t
en .u.uc Th.
T- T t.tinr.8 nd Wanked Cin-
"thSS h?ts for 5- 1-3 in-
f!I!la,"nJe? ah wa, the

mir the early rounds but could not
Right hander Ronnie KUne of cope with the shifting unortho unortho-the
the unortho-the Pirates reeled off his fourth dox offensive and defensive tac tac-straight
straight tac-straight win and sixth of the sea- tics later by Martinez
son u holding the Cardinals to six The shifty Panamanian bat bat-hits
hits bat-hits Bill Virdon singled home tered Gomes with a flicking
Pittsburgh's first run off Larry right jab and a hard left over
Jackson in the third inning and hand wallop during the later
Bill Mazeroski tripled to score rounds.

Frank Thomas in the seventh.
Sports Briefs
HONORS FROM NIXON
NEW YORK UP)-Vice Presi Presi-j.t
j.t Presi-j.t nil-hard M. Nixon will pre
sent trophies to the winnere i in
the national tennis cnampwnsmp.
on the finai day of tournament
play at Forest Hills, Sept. 8. J
d i
POLO OPEN SEPT. l-i
uniuAiiu iurj "-;
Polo Open, tne spon a m w
Series," will be staged t vth?
Oak Brook roio uiud iu s"""1"
IT!. 1 1 1 R 'I'll A AO IT. I All tJ
r?10. 1U.1B -,u

musuaie, oewi. vim snaugnnessy scorea it 87
competition has attracted-'ramet M The Tjnited press card gav(
1frnZdinnthelets? a a,

Club led by cecu amnn. ine na national
tional national Polo Open of baseball is;
played the first week in October.
EIGHT WIN $5,797.t0
DETROIT (UP) Eight lucky
ticket holders counted their bless-
inca and winnings today alter
cashing in on 1957 record payoffs
for both a single race and daily
double.' Miss Profit made it possi
ble by winning the first race at
the Detroit track Tuesday and
nayins $347. Lon won the second
race at $43 to set up a $5,797.60
double all for a $2 ticket.
BROWNS DROP FIVE
r.T.EVELAND fUPV-The Cleve-
land Browns pro football roster
immlunri 12 nlavprs todav after
five rookies were dropped. Tne
five were highly touted fullback
jonn t ine ueasu oayuK oi uojo-
rado, halfback Charley Harirs of,
Georgia. Unebacker Milt Kotunno
- .n1 t.olrlo. Tm n.
Ian of Mississippi State and Ger
aid Stone of Southeast Louisiana.
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Martinez Seeks
Ranking After
Gomes Victory

BOSTON, Aug. 29 (UP) A
gile Isidro Martinez of Panama
looked forward to a ranking a'
mone world .featherweights to
day after slashing his way to a
unanimous 10-round decision
over Harold Gomes of Provi
dence. Rl.
xho dancing Panamanian
champ, who weighed in at
zsylt snapped a 12-bout tIc
, tory streak for Gomes last
nignt ai Boston Arena in a na
tional televised bout,
The unranked Gomes put up
. nnj .ron hut onffpron .ut.
u
f(Jr & mandatory eight-count in
th f , roimd The kno-tdown.
the final round. The knockdown,
however, was half caused when
he lost his balance falling away
from a right Jab.
The Providence fighter, who
weighed In lighter than his foe
at 128, forced the attack in
uomes was aoie io get in a
few hard blows which jolted
Martinez on several occasions.
Gomes suffered a cut over
his right eye In a' brief flurry
of punches during the eighth
round when Martinez caught
a solid left jab which bloodied
his nose as he moved in on his
opponent.
During the remaining two
rounds Martinez pecked away at
nlg tlrea IOe wita quick jabs anq
the occasional Jarring left. i
: The sparse crowd of 478 was
atributed to the Boston newspa-
pep. strike which is now nearly
three weeks old
Referee Joe Sapustas scored
the fight 99-89 whUe judge .loa
Blumsack had it 97-91 and judge
Blumsack had it 97-91 and judge
m.. - a
iajpr
ue
Leaders
LEADING BATTERS
(Ba:d on 325 official at bats)
American League
P and C
G AB R H Pet.
117 392 87 149 .380
126 424 113 158 .373
111 347 61 117 .337
126 496 94 160 .323
118 407 60 127 .312
111 410 52 127 .310
124 459 82 140 .305
Williams, Bos.
Mantla, N.Y.
Woodling, Cle.
Fox, Chicago
Boyd. Balti
Skowron, N.Y
Minoso, Chi.
McDougald NYJ117 451 79 137 .304
Doby, Chicago 103 366 54 110 .301
r
v ."-- ,r
MUSiai Ol. l. 11 WO IS XO .JU
"3!'
128 487 96 163 .335
122 500 97 162 .324
98 394 48 127 .322
""
UI Udi JT ILL.
Robinson, Cin. 122 498 81 159 .319
Fondv. Pitt. 94 358 43 113 .316
Schoendienst M 122 528 72 166 .314
I Moryn, Chi. 119 454 65 138 .304J
i Thomas, Pitt, 123 486 61 147 .302
Hodges, Bkn. 123 477 74 144 .302
HOME RUNS
American League
Sievers, Senatora
Mantle. Yanks
Williams; Red Sox
Colavito, Indians
Maxwell, Tigers
National League
Aaron, (Braves
Snider, Dodgers
Bank3, Cubs
Musial, Cards
37
30
29
28
28
J Mays, Giants
Crowe, iteaiegs
RUNS BATTED IN
American League
Sievers. Senators
Mantle, Yanks
Minoso White Sox
Skowron, Yanks
Jensen, Red Sox
m
89 1
Mi
81
National League
Aaron, Bravea
Musial. Cards
Mays, Giants
Hodges, Dodgers
Banks, Cubs
Crowe, Redlegs
105
97
86
83 1
80 1
ao
PITCHING
W L Pet.
(8h4 h 11 decisions)
Schmidt. Cards. 10 1 .909
Donovan, White Sox ir J .833
Shantz, Yanks 10 S .769
Sanford. Phils 16 5 .762
GrimYanka 11 4 .733
Todrv incanto .25 .15
WAHOO! S115.H
. Betty Grable In
"Hew T Be Very PepsiUr-
. Hugh Marlowe in
-TH BLACK WHIP
Today IDEAL 30 -.10
. tan Martla In t
"Tea'ro 'erer Tee Tesg-
Humphrey Bogart In

Leag

Humberto

Straight Win to Nip

RAINBOW MIXED LEAGUE
. Teams Won
Ebonite Tornadoes 28
C, A. High 27
Boyd Brothers Ins, 27
Mercurio Jewelers 24
Pari American. Clip. 3
Smoot-Paredes 21 Vi
Carrlngton Canadians 21
Royal Crown Colas 19
Lost
19'4
21
21 ;
24
24a
27
28,4J
The Rainbow Mixed League is
not only having plenty of fun in
rolling that 27 Inch black or
whatever colored ball they own,
but' have added the eame of
"musical chairs" to their Sunday
night diversion. The muslqal
chairs come into tne picture as
far as the team standings are
ennwrnwi Not. nni team re
mained in the same position it
had before the night's proceea
ings started.
Ebonite 3 P. A. Clippers l
The Ebonite Tornadoes tore
Into the CliDDers and when the
storm subsided not only did the
CliDDers suffer but the Boya
Brother Insurance fetl the ef
fects. From the start of the sea season
son season Boyd Brothers held on to
first place, but the place is now
occupien bv tne Ebonites.
Joseph "Sully" Sullivan had
his Ebonite Black Tornado
sweeping down the pins for a
527 scratch, or a. 581 total. Next
in line was Bob Morehouse who
is getting better every week,
with a cross 465 and net 570.
These two males received ample
support'from the two' lady -partners
with Nancv Gonzales" hit
ting a net 493 and Mlmmie
Morehouse tossing a 498. Only
Bill Gonzales was off, and will
take lessons from wife Nancy.
For the PAA Clippers, the
ralbot familv fought off the
Tornadoes attack. Red scored a
net 529 and his better half Kay
514. This 514 was matched by
the CliDDers anchor man. Geo
Clarkej The loss for the Clip?
pers meant a drop in the team
standings from fourth to fifth
spot. 1
C. A. HirbTontractors 4,
Royal Crown
Tie Koyal crown Cola had
one of those nights, that an
bowlers have once, in a while,
and when they do, they prefer
to forget It. On the other hand,
the C. A. High Contradtors were
building up their scores accord according
ing according to the blue orint, which
called for winning four points.
The only close game, if it
could be called close was the
oDenlng encounter which c. A.
wish took bv 20 nins. The other
three points were not close at
all. The three strong men in wie
mnt.rar.tors lineup did the
heaw work. Earl Blevlns built
himself a 545. Vic Baugn w.
John Toland 560, all net scores.
Aussie Tennis Team
Cooper-Fraser Cop
US Men's Doubles
nHF.STNUT HILL. Mass. (UP)
Ashley Cooper and Neale Fraser
pacxeu ine amermu me" m m
hip. rhamnionahio off to Australia
today and then headed for New
York with covetous eyes on .the
U.S. singles title.
"We Dlaved the same we want
ed and caried the fight to them,"
said the victorious young Aussies
after they defeated Wimbledon
champions Rudge Patty and Gard-
nar Mulloy, 4-6, t-3, 9-7,. 6-3, in a
twice-DostDoned final Tuesday at
the Longwooa cricket ciud.
Althea Gibson and xiarlene
Hard, another pah of Wimbledon
champs, also went off to Forest
Hills wagging their title hopes be-
hind them, stated as good-choices
to dethrone defenders Louise

gjiorougn ana mri. margarei ua

borne Du Pont, they went down
instead rather easily, 6-2, 7-5, as
fhe veterans took their 12th wom women's
en's women's crown.
Cooper, the 20-year-old Austral Australian
ian Australian singles chamD who's treat
when be feels like it, felt like it
Tuesday with a thundering serve
that the Americans never solved.
And there wss no idift it
against the deft passisf and place-
menis ue yur-old Jtaser,-
UKIVc-IN i
I K- TODAY l:!tl
. eaar' or frw
OBERT WALKtB
Vaa Heflia tn
"MY SON JOHN"
I Tomorrow!
romjut kighti ;
fUl.ftr CAE!
DEAIV MAJtTTX
Jerry Lewis 1b
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I
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"LIVING IT Ur

Robinson

For the? losing soft drinkers,
the torn and tattered Roval
Crown went : to' Bobby, Prince
with a 508. .He was the only one
who made the 50 mark. The
clean sweep for; the Highs put
them into a tie for second place.
while thev Royal Crown, slipped
irom seventh to einht Dlace.
Mercurio Jewelers 3 Rovd
, t Brothers Insurance 1 ;

ma icuuoi Avenue jewelers
from Mercurlos had the honor Jse Santiago outpitched Jim
of knocking off the league lead- Coat as the Cuban Sugar Kings
ing Boyd Brethers from the tORd,ge,d the Richmond Virginians,
sppt. The- culprit as far as the 21 in their mghtcapafter the o o-Boyd
Boyd o-Boyd Brothers were concerned Pfnr. was ramed out. Columbus
and a hero to the Mercurlos at,iMiami was postponed be be-and
and be-and the Ebonites, was Jack fnauisneo0rraln after e scoreless
Mappin who had a scratch 502 inmn!- ,-'

ana net 571 series, joe Bryant.
posted a net 524, and daughter
Judy was close behind wlh 497,
For the disposed BB's Jesse
pate was a solo in gome; over the
5C quota, with a 523This match
resulted in the Gems v climbing
One notch in team standings.
Smoot Paredes 3 Carrington
Canadians 1
The auto salesmen from Smoot

Paredes, moved- up frorn last' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Place to sixth position, and Toronto 004-000-000 470
shoved their bpponents who Montreal 020-001-000 3 100
were in that spot down to sev- Robinson and St. Claire; Val Val-enth
enth Val-enth place: The car man. Jim dez, Vargas, (4) and Pignatano.
Dailey drove a 551 set, and LP Valdez-, HRsrNelson, Goliat
right with him was Phil Guyor m -7- v-' .
with 552. For the Canadians, ?ufl.','0. V
Luther MDler toasted o. sis. he- Rochester 000-101-20X 46-1

ino- th oniv on to reach ar
xor ijne lanes.
Josephs And Moreno
Advance To Unisoorl
Tabje lennis Finals
I Arthur Josephsvattd Luls Mo-
reno emerged finalists
day evening ln the
Wednes
current
Unisport Table Tennis Tourna
ment by virtue of triumphs over
Hiram Johnson and Stanley Hall
respectively.
Both wielders were amone the
favorites selected to win the
tourney this year and each to
date has displayed the kind of
form that Is necessary. They will
meet Friday night for the title.
Joseph last night opposed the
Paralso favorite. Johnson, and
knew well that his rival would
be rather difficult to subdue. He
took only the more reasonable
m nm.nt a in ki-.olr Vii,,frV, Thls
scores for this match was 21-17,
21-19, 21-19.
The evening's humdinger was
the match between Stanley Hall
and Luis Moreno. Both players,
rated among the best in the
country, gave samples of great greatness
ness greatness as they demonstrated an
assortment of shots and other
techniques of the game. They
earned loud applause as they
smashed away with consistency
ana accuracy.
Moreno smashed his wav to.
21-17 and 21-16 wins in th- "first
two games of the set, but was
nusned halr in t.h third end
fnn.k f. vn tin li .v, a
.wu. w.. omvo nwi .vuuu
ranea and looked as If he were
coins: through io the finaL The

pair settled down to serious work poire, vice-president and trus trus-in
in trus-in the deciding set. The lead tee, respectively, of the Colon

chanced hands several .times
and onlookers were In doubt as

to who would emerge the win- regional co-ordinator for Cen Cen-ner.
ner. Cen-ner. Thev were deadlocked at tral America., was told in a re-

15-15, but from' there on it was
Moreno. The scores were 21-17,
21-16, 11-21, 15-21, 21-17.
Eduardo Blades, runnerup hv

the junior circuit last year, look- matters on the. agenda whicn
ed on Wednesday while- Ralston affect boxing on an internation internation-Klrton
Klrton internation-Klrton took full measure of Earl ai scale, particularly in our good
Best in their' semifinal tussle, member countries in Latin
Kirton and Blades will tangle America. '"''?.;
Friday night in the finals for' "As regional co-ordinator for.

the high school title. Friday's
finalists follow: A. Josephs v
L. Moreno. O. Yearwood s Z.
Eversley, E. Blades ys R. Kirton.
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Montreal

NEW YORK, Aug. 29 UP)
The Toronto Maple Leais trailed
the pace-setting Buffalo Bisons by
only a half -game in the Interna International
tional International League today, thanks to
steady pitching by Humberto Rob Rob-inson.
inson. Rob-inson. 1 y
The former Milwaukee Braves
righthander beat the-. Montreal
Rovals: 4-3 laxt nipht far his fifth
straight victory and third, straieht
camnlete ram 'to run hiii cpasnn
record to l6-and-6. A three run
homer by Rocky Nelson and a
solo homer by Mike Goliat routed
loser Rene Valdei.
The Rochester Red Wings won
from- Buffalo, 4-1,' as player-man-
, ager jk-jus (cot) ueai matched the
six-hit pitching of loser Glenn Fox.
Moe Mozzali homered for Roches-
The stsndinca nd lines
Taams W L Pe. G8
Buffalo m A 80 60 .571
Toronto ; 80 61 .567 Vi
V4
Richmond 73 66
Rochester 69 74
Havana' 68; 73
.525
.483
.482
.471
.454.
.447
6Vi
12V4
12Vi
14
16Mi
17
Miami
! Montreal
Columbus
65,73
64 77
63 78'
Cox ana Noble: Deal and Rick-
etts. HR-Moozalli.
. Havana 2. Richmond 1
Columbus at Miami (Postponed,
rain).
Colon Fight Moguls
lib Allend Denver,;'
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4,u a.V. illl.
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DANIEL DELGADO D.
A three-man delegation head-
ed by Colon Boxing commission
neoiucm, uaura migwu u. i
leave for Denver, Colo., Sept. 5
to attend the Annual Conven-
tion of the. National Boxing As-
sociauon- wmca win DC nem ui
1vriVer Snrtt. 7-11. t
'-- r.
Accompanying Delgado will be
Jefferson Joseph and Jorge Ore
organization.
Delgado, who is also the NBA's
cent letter from NBA president
Floyd Stevens in reference to
the coming convention:
"There are several important
Central America, your presence
will be vital to the execution of
these several items on our agen
da. An important resolution will
,pe ioraicomuif aiiecung wen-
tral America.'.' Stevens stated.
The Colon Commission last
Monday reduced suspensions .of
one year and six months meted
out to bantamweight champion
Melvtn Bourne and lightweight
Feniey- Hooker to three months
Instead.
The boxers were punished for
what tne Commission consid
ered "suspicious actions' in a

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bout at the Colon Arena overibargalning were silent thus far
two months ago. They will be, but were believed .to be equally
eligible to fight in Colon 'af ten or possibly more effective,

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Toamg
W L Pet. GB
77" 48 616 r
71 ,56 .559 7
70 56 .556 m
64 62 08 134
63 63 .500 14Vi
62 68 ,477 im
'49 74 ,398 27
48 77 .384 29
Milwaukee
Brooklyn ''
St. Louis -Cincinnati
-Philadelphia
New York
Chicago
Pittsburfn
X. 'Today' Gaines
Open dale.t
l, Yostorday'a ResulU
Milwaukee 101 103 000 6 14 2
New York 018 010 02x 12 14 2
Conley (8 7.). Trowhridee. Jollv.
Pizarro and Crandall, Sawatski.
Barclay (8-7; jttcCormick, Crone
and Thomas.
(Night Game)
St. Louis 000 000 0000 6
Pittsburgh 1 001 000 10X 2 6
Jackson (12-7) and Landnth.
Kline (3-15) and Foiles.
(Night Game) '
Philadelphia 000 100 0405 8 1
Lawrence (12-11) Acker Gross.
Klippstein and Burgess, Bailey.
Simmons (11-10), Hearn, R 0 b b-erts,
erts, b-erts, Moyoi, Hacker and Lopata.
JNloht Game)
Chicago 000 120 000 000 003 11 2
Brook. 000 120 000 000 1--411 2
Rush, Lown,Hillman 5-9) and
Neeman. 1
Koufax, Roebuck (6-2) and Cam Cam-panella.
panella. Cam-panella. rs

Dodge

Ask

For Hurler Sal Msglie;
Yankees, Chisox Bidders

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CHICAGO. Aug. 29 (UP)
The Brooklyn Dodgers', asking
price today was $75,000 for
pitcher Sal Maglie and the
famed hurler could go to the
high bidder between the Chica
go White Sox and New York
Yankees. :.,v
The SOx disclosed last night
they have made .overtures to the
Dodders for ; Maglie arid are
hoping for an answer today or
tomorrow. And they also reveal-
ed they're bidding, probably a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Yankees, for pitcher
Virgil Trucks of the Kansas Ci City
ty City A's.
Charles comlskey. vice presl
dent of the Sox' said he talked
to Buzzy Bavasi, Brooklvn vice
president., about the 40-year-
old Maglie and that the podsrer
executive promised a reply by
today or tomorrow. Comiskey
didn't say how much he was
nrepared to pay, and Bavasi, in
formed in Brooklyn of Comis
key's statement, said h never
iieo'u ui a wmie oox oner.
When Comi.'key Jn torn was
: told of Bavasi's comment, he
said that he made no actual
offer but told the Dodger ex executive
ecutive executive he was "interested"
I in Maglie.
The waiver price in the ma
jors is siu.ouu. But aner clear clearance
ance clearance is obtained from all clubs,
the seller can bargain for a
better price:
Comiskey, in the now-or-nev-er
mood to overtake the pereri-,
niaW American League 'cham
pions, said that he was aware
the Yanks are also after Maglie
ana perhaps Trucks,
"I'm prepared to go as Wan
or higher than-they will,v ;he
said before the Yankees 'beat
the Sox last night. 5-4, for the
second straight game, in the
three-game showdown series;
: Comiskey's announced inter interest
est interest in Maarlie could be a face-
saving gesture to atone for his
laiiure to swing such a aeai
when the veteran right hander
went to we Dodgers irorn tne
Cleveland Indians in May of
last season. i
Comiskey said lie! also had
made "a substantial offer", for
Truoks after the 88-year-old
fire bailer was cleared oa. waiv waivers.
ers. waivers. v "'
. "We could use either Maglie
or Trucks, or both," he said.
Yans.ee maneu vermes m tne
- J1" Casey Stengel pr-

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AMERICAN LEAGUE. C
Teams
W L Pet. GB
New York
Chicago
Boston
Detroit
Baltimore 1
Cleveland
Kansas City
Washington
81-45 .654-
;75 50 .600,, 5V4
66 59 .528 14V.
63 63 m 18.
60 64 .484 J20"
-61 66 ,480 2014
i 49 78'386 :! 32V4
-.48 78 .381' 53'
, Today's Games' - -.
New York at Chicago t J '
Boston at Detroit '- r r-'
' r-' Baltimore at Cleveland. V
Only games.'scheduled -,
Yf sterday's Results
Boston 000 000 1001 t 0
Detroit 000 000 000 0 10 0
Sullivan (11-9) and Daley. j
Bunmng (15.7), Hoeft and House..
J (Night Game) v
Baltimore 501, 315 400 19 19 6
Cleveknd oil 110 002 6 10 3''
v Johnson 02-8), Wajker and
Triandos, Znpo.
Narleski (9-4), Valentinetti. Da-
iey, orayi Tomanek and Hegan.
Naragon.
(Night Game)
New York 000 202 1005 7 0
Chicago 010 001 200-4 10 0
Larsen (8-4), Turley and Berra
Pierce (17-10), Staley and Lollar
(Night Game)
Washington 020 000 0013 5 0
Kansas City 000 010 0012 4 0
Ramos (10-12) and Courtney.
Terry (4-9), Trucks and Smith,
Thompson.
000
Tessed Ignorance ef "Yankee
efforts tn'cet Marlia tnr n.n.
insurance.' nut it was
believed to be more than a co
incidence that Srenerat maiu-
ager George Weiss was in
Chicago hot on the heels of
the report. hi
A Yankee spokesman said
Weiss and Stengel have confer conferred
red conferred on several occasions.
"Pitching help undoubtedly
was the subject of their talks,"
he said. f
If the Yanks are nl.n in tvi
maricet tor Truiiks, they would
have the inside track in a deal
with their "country cousins" in
Kansas citv whn. hs.
answered a New 'York caU for
fltIfl - I j...
" The waivers rentr fri Ifo rvlf
ana Trucks midnight, Sept, L ;
and the whole deal could possi possibly
bly possibly evaporate "'if. the Yankees
pull out of Chicago with, a league ;
lead so largest takes the pres pressure
sure pressure off the pennant race.
Paul Warier To Enler
For TB
t-y :.-.. sr.-".. '.-
.SARASOTA. Fla., Aug. 29 (UP)-i
Baseball great Paul Waner is e
pected to enter a Kanitarlum

$75

for treatment of tuberculosis, i j

waner, a member of the base base-bail
bail base-bail Hall Of Fame nri una K.-
ting coach for the Milwaukee
Braves, said he was relieved at
the diagnosis of tuberculosis made
Thursday. He was afraid he might
have cancer.' N
. Recurring attacks of pneumonia
had troubled the former outfielder
of the Pittsburgh Pirates. He was
hospitalized here over the Christ'
ma's holidays, in Waycross, Gt
last April and in Alpine, Texas,
uus summers v ...-,
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He said the Milwaukee doctor
advised him JLo return to Florida
and enter a sanitarium, proesum
ably the .South west Florida Tuber-
culosig Hospital' at Tampa. Waner
said doctors had told him t h a t -since
his case wss found earr, he
might be cured in from six to
eigm memns.- r
Waner was known as "big poi poi-n"
n" poi-n" in his days as a heavy hit- 1
r for tne Pirates. His brother. -:
son'
ter
AJoyd, was known as "little roi-
son,
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NOTHING'S GOOD Usually" active Birdie Tebbetts started
to staVe a lot at lis hands or the dugout floor when his Cm Cm-cinnail
cinnail Cm-cinnail Reds T suddenly fell out of the National League at. a.
. time when' it seeined'too late to make a comeback.

by

Dan Daniel

' Speaking from a church pulpit
last winter, Jackie Robinson ac accused
cused accused some of the Braves of hav-
ing..caroused their 1956 pennant a-
way in nignt ciups. rrea .nauey,
thBir rtiknaser'. ''rushed into vehe
ment denial; But'- shortly theteaf-.
ter he announced that any mem member
ber member of the Milwaukee club who en entered
tered entered a bistro during the 1957 sea season
son season would be iined $500. S,
How had this Dolicv worked out?
Jfow.many. if any;player hav
been fined? What effect hau tne
more stringent discipline had on a
club, which appeared lo be iairJy
certaiij to represept fpe National
Ia-gtioiVreoimng -Wotdj, Se?"
ries .Visf :'. --
t These Questions were fat today,
fo Haney, and he discussed them
in a frank and forthright, way..it:
f j-tius- bta cm ours is in r
better condition than.it, was last
season, but not because of my
anti-night xlub pronouncements,"
Haney explained, i. v
"Our: players are better fitted
for the long haul because they
went', through a more rigid- train training'
ing' training' season last spring. I don't like
to discuss this. In fact, I have re refused
fused refused to talk about if up to now.
Some people might regard it as a
reflection on my predecessor,
Charley Grimm.
"However, he had his Ideas and
I have mine. I gave this club a a-bout
bout a-bout three times as much work
last spring as it had had the year
bef orev 1
'"We made a better start.- Our
more active preparation soon be became
came became reflected in ouf play. We had
been slovenly in some details. Was
th's failing eradicated to the point
o: winning a pennant? I'd rather
not put it. that way. We have 30
more games to go, and you know
wvat could happen, You know, and
let me add, I, too, know."
-
Did It for Tm's Coed
New", about this night-CJub Is Is-su3,"
su3," Is-su3," Haney continued. "It was
mostly conversation., you know
what ball tlubs are. The men, as a
group, are well behaved. But here
and there you might fipd a couple
fwith loose notions of discipline.
They don't, make that team a lot
of roisterers. Any more than the
half-dozen Yankees who were fin fined:
ed: fined: lor that night-club incident
made Casey's team a bunch of
carousing joy riders.
"Because we had lost the pen pennant,
nant, pennant, and because Robinson had
popped off, the night-club matter
became a big issue in Milwaukee.
I decided to make the most of it
for the team's good.
"Nobody has been fined $500.
But I will admit this. I have been
watching per players very closely.
, By BEANS REARDON
,.; Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: A runner slides
Into second' holding his cap In
his hand. The fielder takes the
throw, -then livei for him. The
only part of the runner he can
touch is the cap. He does before
the runner reaches the .bag. Is
tne man out or safe? Lou Has-
. Answer: tie Is ont. The fielder
nyhas t touch, a part of the
runner r his equipment.
Q The shortstop obstructs a
runner going to third with the
bases' loaded. The umpire calls
it. Does that mean the plav is
dead or can the other Tunners
kep ?olng? Charley Fostw.
. A. They continue running at
their own risk. The ranner H en
titled t third base nithotC be

ing in jeopardy.

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1 told them that I -was doing this
for their own protection.
"I. said, "if there isny more
night-club talk, I want to be able
to come out with a strong denial,
and say that I had been checking
from the outset of the seasoB.f
"I added, 'if you gri into a pub public
lic public drinking place and have .one
glass of beer, 20 people the follow following
ing following day will be around town telling
how they had seea ydu drink 20
glasses, and stagger out of "the
joint.'
I said, 'if you want a glass of
beer, drink it in the privacy of
your? home.' ,;
!,'IV. want to syf emphatieaHy,
that not a single "one of mt ttlay
ers has disregarded this bit of ad-
Asked If 1 the 9 nfilwaukee ?l ace
had .beeh featured by one big sur surprise,
prise, surprise, Haney replied, 71 cannot
pick out any one man but I want
to talk about our great spirit and
drive. At one time Joe Adrock,
Bill Bruton, Del Crandall, Hapk
Aaron and Andy Pafko all were
out with injuries. But the club let
out to the last notch in determi
nation and overcame the handi handicaps.
caps. handicaps. jSchoendienst Undr-RUd.
"I han't nraisA Rl L(ihiuiiii!..i
too highly. We all knew his capa capabilities.
bilities. capabilities. At least wa thnimht
... " .uuun l nc
did. But we sooff discovered that
we naa Deen under-rating this
great second- baseman and clutch
uuier. ..,.,
"ciuic we goi ea irom the
1.1 a nt ah. .1...... n .
u V V Fcr u insisted,
that what we needed most was a
holler guy. Well,. Schoendienst
doesn t quite fit into that category.
But hft Id neiuiiliul 1 j
.v.vi .auU aumirea.
key for us seems to be our amax-
r-fh'r w.ithl the neighboring
.tm L rhose.4nine 8mcs which we
sUll have with Chicago could be of
Sef.,u,thei'.Jead US' 7 tO
"W ) lntS 1 A
vf uiU"i oeac mem by mui!h
14 1 But thTsTmS
We are eoina in 1...
div hv H." J Ul
- --j. "u uiier up pravurt
Warren Spahn and Gene Qmley."
Quick Disclosure
Robinson-Basijio r
On Again Expecfed
hfE!.0?? Wn corned
beef sandwiches that- felled pro promoter
moter promoter Jim Norns may cause a
uck announcement that the mil-hon-doUar
Ray Robinson Carmen
3asilio figh is on again.
"Ltt's fin it tnr Tin.l
melodramatic slogan of both sides
-1- V- ie 7 aetUeraent
negotiaUons were resumed, while
muia-mL'.ionaire Norris lay In St.
Clare's Hospital recovering from
V5U!e 'Uk 0f.f00d Poisoning.
Middleweight champion Robin-
State Athletic Commission to 10
through with the fight or risk hav having
ing having hij title vacated,' said. "I'm
bODeful we rin uttu hi.. tj
hmd cheei nn Jin- n,K;..-.
iiiiuiai rijDi now as His wel welfare.'!
fare.'! welfare.'! ,
Ncrri. 55.: suffered a heart at-
it i-vru years ago; and. there
is an old lesioa (car) on one
the aiteries although electrocardi electrocardiograms
ograms electrocardiograms disclosed no new heart
damage.
He was-stricken by the "acute
very hear he htd been schedule
ence t his office in M a d 1 s 0
Square Garden,

By HARRY GRAYSON

SEATTLE (NEAT Every Everybody
body Everybody wants to fight Floyd Pat-
terson now. Lined up, in any or order.
der. order. vOu have Pat McMurtry, Ed
die Machen, Zora Folley, Roy Hat-4-
rls, "Willie jrastrano, Aiex imieu
and even Inge Johnansson cf Sweden:-
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Patterson now is a champion
who has, as iar as contenders are
concerned, no aura of invincibility
'about him. They think he can be
taken and they'd like to try.
' This means action and the kind
of important business boxing has
needed for. a couple of years now.
While matchmakers, managers
and promoters tried to do some-i
thine about the dead boxing busi
ness,: Uj remained ior Youth Un Un-limited,
limited, Un-limited, ,Inc.-rand we still haven't
even, a Jiazy notion of what it is
.to prove s point. It cost the Co
lumbus, Ga., organizatjon a large
stack of money to do it, but the
fact remains that a desd game
rtt e(.inn urillin anil j ntirn nf
p"",'.""5l r
heart, if rather inept, can turn in a
wtt.Tfrv oaaiI inn otramir thA PHI
rent heavyweight, champion. s
'This 'was shown by -Pete Rade
macher, of coursej If Rademach Rademach-er.,
er., Rademach-er., a raw amateur of 28, could
win thre of the first four rounds
as I saw it (the referee gave him
only one,' but others went as high
as, three) and come out alive after
seven knockdowns, four in one
round, the fifth,, then there Is a
grand chance for anybody who can
fight.; V...
tfiblttUl fc J 1 J vu j
weiglit from Tacoma, Wash., feels
that way. "I'm more convinced
now than ever that I can lick Pat
terson," he says.-
We caught McMurtry in action
for? the first time when he KO'd
Bono Olson in Portland, Ore. It
Droved nothing except he is a big,
good-looking fellow. But McMurtry,
on seeing Patterson in the flesh
for the first time; seemed to pick
up. Clot, iqr his purposes
Floyd Patterson,
"E6 has a lot" of faults," Pat
said. He punches with both feet
off the floor. He' crosses his right
foot behind his left when he steps
to the left.; He is easily hit. He's
not any part of the finisher I was
told ho was '.He doesn't follow up
an advantage. Instead, he stays
back with his hands up. From what
I've seen of him on television
and particularly off 'his fight
with Rademacher I would say
he-Jacks the killer instinct."
McMurtry h a crew-cut Irish Irishman
man Irishman with a stage, rather than a
fighter's nose, and is totally un unmarked
marked unmarked after 102 amateur and 28
professional outings, plus a stretch
of heavier duty as a Marine Air
Branch sergeant in Korea.
He wasn't talking for pleasure, 1
either. Emil Lence, the little New
York cloak and suiter who has the
major promotional rights to Pat Patterson,
terson, Patterson, had a long talk with Clar Clarence
ence Clarence .McMurtry, the father who
manages his .handsome and higly
promising son. Lence wants Me Me-Murtrv
Murtrv Me-Murtrv for a Yankee Stadium title
shot next June.
Patterson, who further made it
perfectly ciear that he needs ex
perience, Wants to fight three or
four times a year. Lence is work working
ing working to please him. He is seeking
an opponent for a late November
title mttch in New York's huge
Kingsbridge Armory.
D' Am a to has made it clear Ma Machen
chen Machen and Pastrano turned down
chances to meet Patterson and he
holds it against them. Before the
Rademacher -bout, Cus' spoke of
Zora folley and Nino Va Ides, the
latter to be taken on In Cuba.
But ether I heavyweights are
thinking now and if Roy Harris of
Cut and Shoot, Tex., can get over
Pastrano in their rematch in Mia Miami
mi Miami Beach, the pistol packing school
teacher would be part of a Lence
promotion in Houston or Miami in
February.
So Pete Rademacher did a lit little
tle little mere than tarn an anticipated
farce into a grand snow with his
courageous stand against Patter Patterson.
son. Patterson. He. threw the heavyweight
championship wide open.
. The feeling here is that lie also
gave a lesion to the National Box Boxing
ing Boxing Association and the various
state' commissions, .particularly
New York The match was do dis disgrace
grace disgrace boxing, as they protested
U would be. There have been a lot
worse productions approved. This
should teach commissions to mind
their own business. - s

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Know Giant
By HARRY GRAYSON
SAN FRANCISCO (NEA
(The first thing Horace Stoneham
discovered upon his arrival in
San Francisco was that the Na
tional League Giants had moved
Into a red hot American League
town. t t
Through" circumstances rather
than design the Golden city long
8ince was thrown into tlje Amer
lean League'1 camp. Down
through the years, American
League scouts consistently have
beaten those of the National to
prized products around San
Francisco Bay.
' Golden Gate-Park and Bay
tirea sandlots contributed mcst
generously 10 me suosisteni
fhe great yankee dynasty,
. D.. .
generously to the subsistence of
A
lonsr list of stickouts could be
named starting before Tony
LazZerl and Mark Koenig and
running through Frank Croset Croset-ti,
ti, Croset-ti, Lefty Gomez and Joe DiMag DiMag-gio
gio DiMag-gio down to Gil McDougald. jer jerry
ry jerry Coleman and Billy Martin.
The man on the street here
would have preferred any Amer American
ican American League club other than
Washington to the Giants. The
National League just doesn't
ring a bell with him.
THIS WAS BROUGHT OUT by
a newspaper poll of more than
500 people picked at random
from the telephone book. Only
a comparative handful could
answer the question, "Who is
manager of the New York Gi Giants?"
ants?" Giants?" despite the fact Bill Rig-
ney is out of Walnut Creek, a
suburb of Oakland across the
bay. Most of them were ac
quainted with Willie Mays, of
course, and a few knew a fellow
named Antonelli or something
like that although they could
not recall his first name. A few
singled out Bobby Thomson
largely because of his epic three three-run
run three-run home run n the 1951 play playoff
off playoff with the Dodgers. Dusty
Rhodes was remembered for his
pinch-hltting in the '1954 World
Series. Othef than tha the new
; 4 By OSCAR FRALIY
CAPE HAITIAN, Haiti (UP)
Tve' got news today for lockey
Eddie Arcaro and mile champion
Derek Ibbotson.
Hien in the coffee and banana
sprinkled mountains of northern
Haiti. I have lust- made the blis
tering acquaintance of a horse
that even Arcaro couldn't ride.
And part of the parlay was a
pony boy who can run so fast and
so long thrt he'd make the demon
Derek look like a turtle with the
gout.
You'd have to see both of 'em
to believe it, yet these two must
rank as all-time greats.
I've got to think that even Ben
Hur would have backed off from
this nag on which they boosted
me to ride up to 1 Henry Chris Chris-tophe's
tophe's Chris-tophe's ancient citadel, a fort
some 3,000 feet up on the crest of
a mountain.
Shades Of' Black Beauty
The horse is a moth-eaten hay hay-burner
burner hay-burner about two hands higher
than a Maltese kitten. In the stud
book it would have to read "by
Army tmk out of Mountain Goat."
I sneered when I sat down to
ride, figuring I'd wind up carry carrying
ing carrying this jackrahbit, but the sneer
went along with where. I sit down
and don't tell me tales about Man
O' War. This one had to be the
gamest cuss since Black Beauty.
For three .hours he toted my
limp carcass up a' winding, rock rock-strewn
strewn rock-strewn path which, in spots, was
like the wall of a stucco house.
So Arcaro can fall about six feet.
One misstep on those loose rocks
and it would have been what
seemed like six miles straight
down. My fine streed, whose
name as near as I could make
out was French for heliotrooe. had
no such odor, but while he kicked
a few rocks over the edge here
and there the fact that I'm able
to writs this on a fine old Haitian
mantle piece is' proof that he was
sure-footed
Yet even more amazing to a
man who surely will never ride
again nd, possibly, may never be
able to walk, was the running
feats of the pony boy. He was a
15-year-old about half as big as a
midget hut with a smile twice as
large as the mountain, who in informed
formed informed me in the cape's French
patois that his name was Anthony
and everything was "hokay. fine."
Ran. All The Way
His job. was to boost the unfor unfortunate
tunate unfortunate rider on and off the pony.
switch it into high gear when it
slowed down for a mere 135-degree :
grade and gallop on ahead in his I
bare feet just to let you know!
that all was "hokay, fine "This
kid never stopped running until he
reached the top of that 3,000-foot!
mountain and, had you gone over!
the edge, you just knew that be'd
be waitinf at the bottom with a'
mattress lo cushion your fall. :
The last time I saw him, as two ;
hastily-summoned attendants car-'
ried m to a hot tub, Anthony
was "Singing the faintly recogniza-1
ble tune of "On Brave Old Army!
Team," which I taught him before
we started, and be was running up
the mountain again with another
victim Heliotrope was still canter-'
ing along lhind him and take ft:
from me, if they're not AU-Aaeri-

Haiti Hayburner, Pony
Bo,ts Avve rSD6rts Scribe

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Francisco
Lineup

rnst.nmern nf the Giants' Immed
iate future had meager knowl
edge or tne ciud s personnel.
The. same people readily rat rattled
tled rattled off 20 op more Yankee
names fnllv a.wa.rR that even
Casey tengel doesn't know
where they are going tp be from
day to day. no one extemptea
to name the regular lineup or
batting order.
' une group was equauy iami iami-liar.with
liar.with iami-liar.with the; Red Sox, 'San
Francisco b.eieng a Boston farm
for the past two years. The So:
helped American League senti
ment, as aw joe Gordon, wno
currently has the Seals out In
frnrtt. in a. four-club Pacif ie
Coast League pennant pursuit.
THE RED SOX LAST SPRING
flew all the way from their Sar
asota, Fla., training base and
packed Seals Stadium with 21, 21,-000
000 21,-000 on the eveninar of the sever
est earthquake California has
experienced since 1906. me
crowd got a tremendous belt out
of Ted Williams, anotner Cali
fornia product, hitting the ball
eight miles. While recurrent
shocks were going on, the Bosox
played to 58,000 in, three, games
over the week-end.
The Indians have appeared in
San Francisco each spring since
they made Tucson ineir condi conditioning
tioning conditioning base. In 1947 they drew
more than 27,000, the biggest
assemblage in Pacific Coast his history.
tory. history. The outfield was roped off
and more than 10,000 were turn turned
ed turned away. While training on the
coast, the White-Sox attracted
turnouts of 20,000 In San Frrn Frrn-clsco.
clsco. Frrn-clsco. This doesn't mean that the
Giants won't be supported or
develop rivalry in San Francis Francisco.
co. Francisco. Los Angeles and San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco are natural rivals as the
Giants and Dodgers have been
since the days of John McGraw
and Wilbert Robinson.
The point here is that the
New York Giants practically
have to be Introduced in San
Francisco.
vi- ft
cas, they're sure as snooting au au-Hatians.
Hatians. au-Hatians. Arcaro and I b b i t s 0 n, huh huh-They're
They're huh-They're a couple of overpaid ama amateurs.'
teurs.' amateurs.' Kluszewski Insists
He's 'Not Quilling'
NEW YORK UP) Pain Pain-wracked
wracked Pain-wracked Ted Kluszewski insisted
today he's "not quitting."
The big Cincinnati first base baseman
man baseman is only a part-time perform performer
er performer now because of a slipped disc
in his spine but he says he isn't
ready to hang up his mitt yet.
"Maybe I'll undergo an opera operation
tion operation this winter," he siad. "1
haven't really decided what I'll do
about the back. But I'm not go going
ing going to quit baseball.. My back still
bothers me although it isn't near nearly
ly nearly as bad as it was during the
spring."
Kluszewski. who will be 33 next
month, takes numerous pills ev
ery day to keep the pain in his
back from becoming unbearable
"Those pills are the things that
keep me going," said the muscu
lar Rcdleg veteran, who was once
among the most feared sluggers in
the National League.
So far this season, big Klu has
been in only 58 games for Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati and in many of them he ap appeared
peared appeared solely as a pinch hitter.
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SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y--(NEA)
--Sunny Jim Fttzsimmons
sat on a chair and watched as the
residents of Fitzsimmonsville the
family tacation spot at nearby
Lake Desolation- put on a clam
bake in nil honor. ; ;
The 83 year old horse trainer
had spent most of the day telling
guest3 about horses he trained,
but now a granddaughter, Jean
nie, broke it' up., by ushering -a
youngster of about four in front,
of him. "Who is this?" she de de-r
r de-r nded. .,-,
"Why, that's Eddie," Mr. Fitz
said, then came up with another
name when he saw he had the
wrong one. He still was wrong.
"You dun't even know your
own 1 great, grs ndchildren," she
chided him. V, v
The old man turned to Cary
Winfrey, the trained. "They do
it t me all the time. There's
grandchildren and -great grand grandchildren
children grandchildren here. Twenty-six of one,
16 Jf the other. I- just don't know
which is which. '.
"Dnlv wav I can remember 'em

is to put a number on each of
mem, men uiaw up noiujue
with the breeding lines. Then I'll
be able to look up one from the
other. Like at a horse auction."
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PITTSBURGH, Aug. 28 (UP) r
The "long playing" record of Stan X
Musial went into the National
League books at 895 consecutive
games, but the St. Louis Cardi Cardinals'
nals' Cardinals' star wasn't perturbed be because'
cause' because' his 4treak was over.
I, The Donora Dandy entered the
resumption of the suspended gama
against the Pirates in the ninth-J
inning Tuesday night. He ran fon i
Ken Boyer.and then played first?
base when the Pirates took theifi
last turn at bat. j yiu
. Musiai's record was temporarify
halted at 62 games when he cLkUj.
not appear in the lineup againafrf 1
Pittsburgh when the game wji.
originally started July 21, PIbk1 PIbk1-was.
was. PIbk1-was. suspended that day in thrf thrf-ninth
ninth thrf-ninth inning because of the Perm.'
sylvania Sunday Curfew, and Stan
had an opportunity to extend hla'
own record.
A writer asked Stan last night;
if he had any regrets because hi-
"iron man", stint came, to aw
end.
"None at all," Musial replieii.i
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FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with liht and gat m Vi Vi-t
t Vi-t Hermoaa. Tel 3-3589.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, livina room dinina room,
FURNISHED with light
telephono, Sabanat No. "Z.
$70 00 For information, orn orn-errcet
errcet orn-errcet No. 5-30. Phono 2-2718.

Houses
FOR RENT: '3 bedroom houie,
living room, dininj room, bath bath-,
, bath-, rooms at Carratquilla, """
! Eden Theatre. Phone 3-1305.
FOR RENT : New chalet, 3
bedrooms, llvina-dining room,
maid room, porch and garage.
Corner Paieo Cincuentenario
and 7th Ave. Coco del Mar (San
Franciico) Tel. 3-3005.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 2 bedrooms chalet, liv living,
ing, living, dining, 2 porches, yard, ga garage,
rage, garage, etc. $120.00. Tel. 3-3884
r 3-2930.
Resorts
AGAIN reservation available at
Shrapnel's. Santa Clara Beach.
Phone Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
Beach House. Phone Balboa
2830, nine to twelve noon, Mon Monday
day Monday throu n Friday.
; Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
J Smith, Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS Oeeanside Cottages
- Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana-
m, R. de P. Phone Panama
J 3-1877, Cristobal 3-173.
Rooms
FOR' FNT: Nicely furnished
room for bachelor at Bella Vista.
', Private entrance and bathroom,
t Phone from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00
." p.m. .3-1817.'
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: COMMERCIAL
SITE IN BUILDING JUST BUILT,
MINISTRY OF THE TREASURY.
APPROXIMATELY 400 SQUARE
METERS OF SPACE. FOR INFOR INFORMATION,
MATION, INFORMATION, QUIJANO 8TH
STREET NO. 5-30. PHONE 2 2-'2718.
'2718. 2-'2718. FOR RENT: Locale for office
or store on B. Avenue No. 106,
opposite 5th of May Plan.
$150.00. For information, 8th
street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Locale for office.
hove "Casa Yohoros," East
22nd street No. 2, 50.00. In Information
formation Information "Casa Yohoros" or
Quijano. 8th street No. 5-30.
Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Locale, above 'Ll 'Ll-breria
breria 'Ll-breria Preciado," $30.00. For
I information, 8th street No. 5-30.
Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Locale, for office,
B Avenue No. 13 A-33, $45.00.
For information, 8th street No.
5-30. PWne 2-2718.

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NEW LOCATION AT
National A?c (Auto Row) No. 27-29
Tel. 2-4624
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670 x 15 Black Tubeles

. -1 year unconditional guarantee
- CREDIT IF DESIRED

modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941. :

FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386 New Alhambra Apartments
10th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 beedroom
apartment in El Cangrejo. Ter Ter-rice,
rice, Ter-rice, living room, kitchen, maid's
..roam: and laundry, garage. For
further particulars call telephone
3-4968 from 8:00 a.m. thru -5:00
p.m. telephone 3-6737
after hours.
FOR" RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment furnished or unfurnished.
In. exclusive residential section.
For information arid appointment
call Panama 3-1650 during of office
fice office hours or Panama 3-2608
after office hours.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished
apartment on Via Porras No.
120, beside Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commissary, Fbr
information phone 3-5024.
FOR REtlf: At El Cangrejo.
Modern apartment, 2 bedrooms,
hot water installation, garage.
Phone 3-1043.
FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished one bedroom, kitchen kitchenette,
ette, kitchenette, refrigerator. Phone 2 2-2081.
2081. 2-2081. 4th of July Ave.
FORR ENT: Furnished two
bedrooms apartment cooled by
sea breeze. Bella Vista. Phone
3-5024.
FOR RENT: Cool and comfort comfortable
able comfortable one bedroom apartment
suitable for couple or small fa family,
mily, family, in Callc Darien. Call tele telephone
phone telephone 2-1455 during off fee
hours.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military inspected. Via Po Porras
rras Porras No. 99. Telephone 3-2068.
$55.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
maid's room with bathroom, hot
water installation, garage, Euse-',
bio A. Morales No. 5, $115.00.
For information, 8th street No.
5-30. Phone 2-2718. t
, FOR RENT.; 1 belroo.m apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living, room, dining room,
porch, garage, hot water, modern
and large en "J" street El Can Cangrejo,
grejo, Cangrejo, 2 blocks from "Colegio La
Salle," $85.00. For information,
8th street No. 5-30. Phone 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718. FOR. RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. El Sol building, 4th of July
Avenue, $65.00, For information
inquire apart. 7.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
garage, maid's bathroom, $90.
Two living room, dining room,
maid's room with bathroom,
$75.00. One bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room dining room,
mid's bathroom, $65.00. East
46 street No. 44, corner of
Co'ombia street. For information,
8th street No. 5-30. Phone 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718. FOR RENT: I bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, wash tubs, new concrete
building. "CHICHI." East 17th
street No. 6-56. $50.00. For
information 8th street No. 5-30.
Phone 2-2718.
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Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1949 Ford, good
tires, seen at 2471 -D Cocoli
between 4:00 & 6:00.
SALE OR TRADE: 1956 Ply Ply-month
month Ply-month 4-door, good condition.
Balboa. Phone 3471.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford V-8"
station' wagon, excellent con-1
dition. Radio, neater extras, new
tires $900.00.. Qtrj. 253-A
Albrook 86-3280.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford, 4-door,
mechanical shift, two-tone. Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone car, perfect condition.
In garage of El Panama Hotel.
Mr. Marcos..
FOR SALE OR TRADE: For
52-43 MG, Ford V-8, OD, ra radio,
dio, radio, Other extras. Call 3-1482.
FOR SALE: T957 Chevrolet
4-door hard top sedan, only
three months old; cost $2900.00
must sell. $1400.00 cash and
take over payments $58.00 per
month. Telephone Balboa 2 2-1515.
1515. 2-1515. FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
deluxe club coupe, extra fine,
car; like new interior, exterior,
and tires. $500.00 cash and
$28.00 month. House 356,
Apt. II. Ancon,
FOR SALE: Beautiful 1956
Chysler Imperial, 2-door, hard
top, (duty free.) Red and white
with armonizing leather. All
extras, including air condition conditioning.
ing. conditioning. Excellent condition. A real
bargain. See at Civa S. A.
( Pontiac-Cadillae agencies )
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
I Packers Shipper Mover
Phone 2 245 1 Jl -256?
' Laarn Riding at ; 1
. PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
j Riding tr Jumping Classes daily
J 3.05 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
r 1 call
JLM RlOtiE
General -Agent
Gibraltar t .He 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.
7ASHICA
"AIRES"
Cameras
9 U.BMIH
PANAMA COLO
Jr. Olympic Time
Trials Tomorrow
At Camboa Pool
Preliminary time trials for
the annual AAU Junior Olympic
program will be held tomorrow
morning at 9 o'clock at the
Gamboa Swimming Pool, It has
been announced by the Division
of Schools.
The purpose of the trials will
ibe to select starting positions
(for contestants in the various
I heats and also to select relay
Steams that will represent the
' Canal Zone In the Junior Olym Olym-!plc
!plc Olym-!plc events. It Is expected that
! there will be a large turn out
from both sides.
Any swimmer 16 years of age
or under who Is attending unit unit-ed
ed unit-ed States schools in the Canal
Zone is eleglble to participate
provided he has filled out an ap application
plication application and paid initiation
1 fees to the AAU. Application
forms will be available at the
pool Friday morning and con contestants
testants contestants will be able to pay their
dues at the same time.
!
The Junior Olympics will be
held Saturday morning. Sept. 7.
in the Gamboa Swimming pooi.
FOR BEXT: far 2 months,
from September' Sth on,
completely furnlsbeel 3 bed bed-rsem
rsem bed-rsem residence with maids
serriee In Las Combres.
Reasenable rental to re re-svMisac4e
svMisac4e re-svMisac4e party. Call Wolff
and ComnsnT Ltd., Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, Tel. X-tH9.

SERVICES

The FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Mercado El Ray, offer
efficient filling of prescription
'and home delivery service. Phono
3-3416.
3-minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waiting of
ear $5. Auto-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
Tho bast dinner and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel International "Pla "Plaza
za "Plaza S da Mayo.
Dogs
FOR SALE: Quality golden
fawn BOXER PUPPIES registered
A. K. C. 3 months. Tel. 2-1344,
Residence 2-1704, Aptdb. 915.
FOR SALE: Boxer puppies fawn.
Call Curundu 83-3144 or may
be seen at quarters 656-B, Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu Heights.

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PA'CV Something new... some-
fhilig vJecidedly different ...Is now
ayauaDie to lovers 01 ime jnusic
in Panama. Yes, a brand new con concept
cept concept of sound. ..Stereophonic Sound
... a name well worth remember remembering
ing remembering for you cannot believe its. Uni Unique
que Unique qualities until you have heard
it for yourself.
The Ampex Stereophonic Sound,
brought to Panama and distribut
ed exclusively by Sonitel, tt.A.,
captures all the depth, clarity, and
realism of the original perform
ance. The result of its unique,
and totally new concept of record recording
ing recording results in an overwhelmingly
life-like duplication of the 'concert
hall right in your living" room. .
sound with a new dimension that
surpasses any high fidelity you've
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PUTTING ON THE DOG I
Definitely the "most" when it
come to happy-go-lucky hab haberdashery,
erdashery, haberdashery, Pixie the pooch look
proud after being voted "best
dressed" at a special dog show
ior kid and mutts only. It was
sponsored by the Girl Scouts oX
South San Francisco..

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SALESMAN AND SALES MANAGER
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Must be experienced, well educated ad know
Panama. Must have ambition and pleasing person.
lity. Must be a truthful parson who wants to get
ahead and is willing to work.' Should be txperienced
in the ladies, wear and accessory lint.' Male only
need apply. If you don't have the ability don't apply
Personal interview between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m.onry.

DONREE ENTERPRISES OF PANAMA, INC.
Via Argentina, E! Cangrejo
' Panama

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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Choose Clayco
blocks.:! They are economical,
light, durable and do not crack.
Sixes: 4x12x12" $121.80 per
net thousand, 5x12x12" $175 $175-50
50 $175-50 pet net thousand, 6x12x12"
$ 1 80.00 -per net thousand.
'Cia de Productos da Areille, S.
A.", Via Espana No. 37-49.
Phone 3-0160.
FOR SALE: 2 inch galvanize
tubing, filter tanks, good for
swimming ; pool or' purifying
plant. Cash register. See tham at
Mercado Monaco, Colon.. Phono
33.
FOR SALE: Novelties of all
kinds, ceramics, costume jewarly,
cameras, beers'teins, picture
frames, leather goods, Sheaffer
desk sets, ball point pens, and
many mora items way below cost.
Matmor, Ave. Central 122 next
to Felix Madura.
FOR SALE: "Auto Clave," 30
'lbs.: pressure, well suited' for
clinics and hospitals.- Barber'
chair, "Modern." Other articles.
Inquire 52nd street No. 8 Aprt.
2. '-;".'.
' FOR SALE: Rattan' bolster
couch foam rubber $80. Call 6 6-453.
453. 6-453. ever heard.
Stereophonic Sound for the home
has been pidnepred and perfected
by Ampex, who have become the
recognized leader in this new field
of sound reproduction.
Those interested in fine music
at its best, will not want to miss
the opportunity to hear this com completely
pletely completely new concept of sound .,;
Stereophonic Sound ... at the So-
nitel exhibition salon on Justo A-
rosemena, across from Colegio
Maria Inmaculada.
Sonitel does not only have Ste
reophonic' Sound for the home, but
as exclusive distriDutors otL. m
Ericcson .communications' equip'
ment specializes m sound and
communications installations f o r
industrial and professional use.
Fellowship Supper
Slated For Curundu
Protestant Church
Tomorrow evening beginning
at 6:00 o'clock members and
friends of the Curundu Protes
tant Church will gather at the
church ior tneir montniy cnurcn
supper and fellowship nignx..
Each family coming is asked
to bring with them covered
dishes to be placed on the ta
bles in family style. AH the bev
erages, plates and silverware
will be furnished by the church.
A nursery is provided.
After the supper hour togeth together
er together movies and slides will be
shown 'to thp e-rouD. The movies
and sl:des will show several a.V
pects of the church worn, sucn
as: Missionary Conference. Va Vacation
cation Vacation nihlp School, recent "trio
by the pastor to Costa Rica to
visit evangelical missions there
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Home Articles

FOR SALE: American Imbassy
Officer being transferred must
sell refrigerator, electrie stove,
washing machine, end fables,
sofa, and kitchen appliances. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Avanida Peru
38-18 third floor, i
fOR .SALE: Due ta trip, bed"
room set and other- articles
Phono 3-2622,
FOR SALE: Bedroom set $90.
Livingroom let $85.00. Dining Dining-.
. Dining-. table four chair $35.00. Baby
' wardrobe $30.00. Two metal
tables $15.00 each.) Two tires
600x16, two 650xlfi six ply
new $85.00 Flouresent lamp
two 40 watt $10.00. Household
articles. Telephone 2-2217.
FOR SALE: Twin bed b mat mattresses,
tresses, mattresses, 2 livingroom chair,
plastic upholstery, kitchen cabi-
net, livingroom round table mir mirror
ror mirror top, Venetian blind anoT
many other household goods.
House 629-A DeLessepS,' phone
3-2847. :':Ayii
Boats & Motors;
FOR SALE: Small outboard
speedboat, new 10-hp. Evinruda
motor,:, remote controls, $425,
Phone 3-2831.
FOR SALE: 14 boat with trail trailer,
er, trailer, excellent condition. Must tell.
$65.00. Call Albrook 86-7161.
FOR SALE: 16 fVcabin cruis cruis--
- cruis-- er. 25 h.p. Johnson motor. Elec Electric
tric Electric standing. Less than 2 year
eld., Kobbe 6194.
Yerkes Made Chief
Of Regislration 4
For CZ Engineers v
David A. Yerkes, a Panama
Canal Company, architect,' has
been elected chairman of 3 the
CanaL Zoher Board .of, Registra Registra-tilon;
tilon; Registra-tilon; for 'Architects and Profes Professional
sional Professional Engineers:. In this post he
succeeds Lt. Gov. Hugh M. Ar
nold who, was the first 'chair 'chair-man
man 'chair-man of the canal Zone board...
- Other officers of the Board f
Registration :" lor the coming
year are: A. A. Mittag, vice
chairman, and Gerald A. Doyle,
Jr., secretary. Mittag Is 2hiet of
Project and plans section Engi Engineers,
neers, Engineers, U.S. Army Caribbean,
and Doyle is Chief of the Archi Architectural
tectural Architectural Branch of the Panama
Canal Company's Engineering
Division.
The Canal Zone Board of Reg Registration
istration Registration for Architects and Pro Professional
fessional Professional Engineers was organ organized
ized organized about a year ago under pro provisions
visions provisions of congressional legisla legislation
tion legislation and regulates the1 practice
of architecture and engineering
in the Canal Zone.- v
During the past year registra
tion nas oeen granted; to nve
architects-and 51 engineers, and
a number of applications are
pending m both categories. 1
The Canal' Zone Board Is a
member of both the National
Council of Architectural Regis Registration
tration Registration Boards and the National
Council of State Boards of En Engineering
gineering Engineering Examiners,.
Martin Lulher Movie
Shown At Sf. Luke's
Tomorrow Evening
The public Is Invited to see the
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Mouun riciure rum muruu aju
ther" at the Cathedral of St
Luke, Ancon, tomorrow evening
at 7:30. This film, starring Niaii
MacGinnls was produced W the
Lutheran Church Productions.
Inc., and. depicts the ractpr-lpf
the Continental European ; Re Reformation
formation Reformation that took place dur dur-lne
lne dur-lne the sixteenth century.
This film has stimulated
thought and discussion In many
countries and has been entnus entnus-lastlcally
lastlcally entnus-lastlcally acclaimed by both au
diences and critics. It recreates
an important era in human his history,
tory, history, "The Protestant Reforma Reformation,"
tion," Reformation," about which few, people
are well Informed. The scenes
and dialogue Is presented as near
to the facts of history as it Is
possible to get. It is this knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of history that gives us
challenge In our religious un understanding
derstanding understanding today.
The picture has a Spanish
sound track, but Is equally effec effective
tive effective ior all to enjoy. -, i .
TELE-RAD.
TV SERVICE
SPEEDY-DEPENDABLE
TEL 2-237
Ceraer rrH" J DarWn St,

WANTED: Experienced house housekeeper
keeper housekeeper and cook. Telephone
Gamboa 226. -j

Real Estate
. FOR SALE: S'i list at Las Cum.
1 bres, near to highway. All or any
portion. Call Balboa 2-2304.
"WANTED: Home for nice
Kitten. Call Panama. 3-4911
from 9 fo 6 and 3-0868 after 6.
WANTED.- Three bidroom eha-,
let and perch. Phona 3-7512.
Highways Flooded,
Phones Disrupted
In Florida Squalls:
fmkm, Aug. 29 (UP) A long
band of squalls dumped heavy
rains along the Southeast Florida
Coast yesterday r flooding highways
and disrupting telephone service.
The squalls, part of an easterly
wave moving across the State,
pured IVx inches or rain at the
Marni international airpot in less
than an hour. Most sections of
Greater Miami were deluged.
Heavy showers pelted the area
from Key West to Vero. Beach and
Tampa. Bomta Springs reported
nearly two inches of rain,, tt point
South of Palm Beach recorded
more than jtwo inches, Homestead

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"Santa Rosa" to greet 'Santa Rosa"
in unique maritime ceremony g

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a Be; of the SANTA ROSA between
New York aid sports in the Catib
oeananq aou,invAineric8 win, we

a very sDecial one for her offMTA ROSA." ; i ; ; : 1

cers and crew ana ior me passen passengers"
gers" passengers" on loard for; thejr will be a
part oft a (meeting unique in mari maritime
time maritime history J
- En route to her home port, un under
der under the command of Captain J.
K. Simmons, she will be diverted
from her normal course on the
morning of Aug, 28 and entering
Chesapeake Bay. she will proceed
into Hampton Roads, and. up the
. nf . J 1.
jaraes Kiver, 10 ancnor just 011
Shipway No. 6 of the Newport
News Shipbuilding Snd Dry-Dock
Company in Newport News, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia It is from this shipway
that her namesake, the. .new
SANTA ROSA," will be launched
at nao a.m., j..s.t.
After the new ship is christen
ed and enter the water, tugs will
take her in tow and she will-approach,
closebeam, of the SANTA
ROSA. A she does so, the SANTA
ROSA will salute the new SANTA
ROSA with the three traditional
whistle blasts, and as gay stream streamers
ers streamers ace thrown and large colored
balloons float aloft, the ship will

WANTED:

Accountant or C.P.A., white, serious and, responsible.
Apart from accounting experience should be versed In
the English language so as to take charge of corres-
pondence. Good future with a serious firm of good re reputation.
putation. reputation. Send -references, stating education, experi experience,
ence, experience, recommendations, photo; are and minimum sal salary
ary salary desired to Box 4247. Photo will be returned.

IIIVESTMEliT OPPORTUNITY
Yes that's right. : Wa hava an excellent invest,
ment opportunity open and a chance, for the investor.
,to be active in the business. As a sales manager or)
as a manager of one of theProdtict Unes. VrJtt to---
day. Investment" care STAR A HERALD, PANAMA.'

GLIDDEN PANAMA; S3 A.

Phone
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JIANAGER V

DRAWER "A, DIABLO -BOX
1211, CRISTOBAL, CX

Lesson
. DOSESE WAITES School of Dan,
ihg reopening September 5th, ';'
Knight of. Columbus Hall. Resl- j
;dence phona 2-2363. ,1
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cllona Sears' Studio of Dancing,
at side of Hotel Panama. Class.
; a for -woman In Exercise for
' Slimming and Postur in Modem
;ianca.for body control and grace
"of movement. Ploasa (telephone
Panama 3-0327 for. further in.
. formatibn.
St, John Knights
Plan Excursion
To Colon Sunday
The Knights of St. John hd La Ladies
dies Ladies Auxiliary and their friends
are prepared to board the special
excursion train ti Colon Sunday.
The train will leave Panama City
railroad station at 8 a.m. stop
ping at jBaiooa, rearo Miguel and
Gamboa. Returning, the train will
leave1 Colon, at. 11 p.m.
Outstanding tickets will he col
lected from members this tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night at the St. Vincent de
Paul Church in the capital.
had more than an inch and a half
and vero iBeacn bad 1.2 inches.
The heavy tains flooded out two
cables of the Florida Power and
Light Co. interrupting local and
long distance lines for several
1 1
nours.
Wurlifsoini1oBg: her1 top deefci; a
eo-ioot' Danner in tne urace X4n
jpplorS, ptrtng the nautical greet
-wgV'iin.ooUi
ilir,B N1 SAMJ
f The 1 seen to be witnessed is
one that never before ha occur
red in the annals of maritime his his-tory.
tory. his-tory. For the firstiime, two major
snips Deanng toe same name, one
in operation and one building as
her replacement, will pose tomb
er. In. so doing they will provide
an unusual and dramatic cilmax
to the launching ceremonies. Im
mediately afterwards, one will
head for Tier outfitting pier, the
other will resume her voyage to
JNew xorK.
The occasion will be of particul particular
ar particular interest for several members of
.the v SANTA ROSA's crew whose
sea-going careers have been close'
ly identified with the ship's 25 25-year
year 25-year history, v Among tbem. are:
Chief Pantryman Wong Wah, who
nas Deen aboard smce he joined
her as a, pantry boy on her maid
en voyage:, Dougald Maxwell, e-
lectriclan Agustine Thielm an.
lire watcnmsn;-and Edward Ley Ley-va,
va, Ley-va, bartender beginning dates
of these associations with the SAN
TA ROSA range from 0934 to 1937.
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Segregationist Senator Filibusters
Against Compromise Civil Rights Bill

'"4-- WASHINGTON, Aug. 29 (UP) Sen. Strom Thurmond (D-S.C.) conducted an
aTouod-the-clock, tsX gasp filibuster today against the compromise Civil Rights Bill,
"" Thurmond, the South's unsuccessful candidate for- President as the States'
Right Party nominee in 1948, began his talkathon at 8:54 o'clock last night.
7m &H4 was still talking at 11:30 this rnoming-14 hours later. ;
His speech w not an Uninterrupted one, however, so he was not near setting
filKbuster record. He had breaks totalling one hour and five minutes.
Vf But Thurmond apparently was resolvsd to talk until he became physically ex exhausted.
hausted. exhausted. An aide said he did riot believe T -urmond himself knew when he woultf quit.

, if None of the otter Southern
' senators indicated they would
inHi him in filibustering.
vif thev do not. Thurmond pre-!
Sisumably could not gd on long
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'nnucrh TO aDDICCiaui.v uct
Srvmuress's drive for adjourn-
,5npti i..u,s. ,..ner
wTiMam F Knowland told pres
iKt Eise'nSwTr at the White
"Hons this moraine that he De-
lW?lre SenaW CU1Q ftQJUm
" This was based on the as as-"wmption
"wmption as-"wmption that the Senate could
: romnletft action on both the Ci-
ivil Rights and compromise For-
ather key senators felt Know Knowland
land Knowland was too ptlmistic. They
," -said Saturday seemed a more
JaikRly adjournment date.
U The 52-year-old, greying
JfThnrmond took the senate floor
'atS:54 last night and whispered
Hhi nr.hnslt.itm to the bill for
I Siour after hpur to a nearly emp emp-Jfty
Jfty emp-Jfty 'chamber..
if Thurmond was not persuaded
"to stop when Knowiana warned
;into the senate early this, morn-
4ng at :30 a m'. and warn warned
ed warned Thurmond that his talka-
i thnn" was fruitless.
, I; Knowland said "obviously the
f Senate' is going to, stay here to
i -complete work on tnis legisia legisia-"tion..
"tion.. legisia-"tion.. This would apply for the
) balance of this week, this momn,
next month or, if necessary, the
. following month." :
tJCnowiand demand. Thur Thur-,
, Thur-, i mond's purpose in conducting
-' hfi filibuster. The South Car Car-'
' Car-' t olinian replied that he was
Lptz of Zlotys
WARSAW. Poland UP-An of-
lnvticitinn into absentee'
iUm today turned upth case of a
chirnney' seep who took 532 days
tf'ffck leiv' la I 1-2 years and
. collected 9fl,06a zlotys in benefits.
' At the official rate of exchange,
6,000 slotys ar worth $24,000.
Government officials' said the
nan pleaded th following ail ailments:
ments: ailments: -'Mechanical trauma, dis diseased
eased diseased joints, veneraL disease, skin
eruptions, nervous ailment, tuber tuberculosis,
culosis, tuberculosis, kidney and bladder stones,
influenza, ulcers and blood dis disease.
ease. disease. The newspaper Tybunu .udu
said t!te man is co-owner of a taxi
and well enough to drive the ve vehicle
hicle vehicle several days each week.
"There are man? cases of ex ex-tortien
tortien ex-tortien of sick leaves from doctors
by holiigans and notorious drunk drunkards,"
ards," drunkards," the newspaper said.
j Weather Or Not)
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'24 hours ending S a.m. today,
Is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
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educate the Sen-
sute and the country.
Alter an hour of wrangling
with Thurmond, Knowland left
for the White House for his
morning conference with Presi President
dent President Eisenhower.
1 Thurmond was far from, equal
ling the Senate's filibuster rec
Thurmond was far from,equal-
ora. ini was seu aym
24
iMorsi I '(D-Ore.i talked for
Wayne
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GOP Beating
Seen As Slam
WASHINGTON, Aug. 29 (UP)
Democratic Party managers inter interpreted
preted interpreted their reports from Wiscon Wisconsin
sin Wisconsin todav to mean that inflation
is their No. 1 issye for the 1958
r.nnorpssiona) camDaien.
Thev also listed dissatisfaction
wth Eisenhower administration's
farm, foreign and budget policies
as factors in the upset victory of
the Democratic nominee in Wis Wisconsin's
consin's Wisconsin's special senate election
Tii0lflv
' PonuhliriiTis were inclined to
blame their own family strife in
Wisconsin a? the chief reason for
their defeat but many of them
admitted that other issues influ influenced
enced influenced the outcome against their
candidate.
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Three-Slar General
Tells 01 Sun
rpluses
Piled Up In Arctic
."WASBINOTON," Aug. 2 ur )-
A tbreerstar Air rorce uener.x
told Senate investigators today
that 44 million donars worm oi
surplus spare parts piiea up ai
nine Arctic oases oecue m
lack of "manpower and know know-how."
how." know-how." Lt. Gjd. Glenn O. Barcus, for-
mpr rommanaing onicer ui mc
Nnrthfast Air Command in Green
land, Labrador and Newiounaiana,
told the senate investigating suo suo-committee
committee suo-committee that poorly-trained, in inexperienced
experienced inexperienced recruits in the under undermanned
manned undermanned supply department caused
at least some of the surplus.
"We knew we were making mis-
taks," he said. "We just didn't
have the manpower and know-how
to cope with them."
The committee, headed by Sen.
John I.. McClellan (D-Ark.) is in
vestigating the amount of govern
ment waste involved in the case.
McClellan said the Defense De
partment learned of the surpluses
through the committee and has
opened its own investigation. He
said the continuing military inves investigation
tigation investigation har turned up millions pf
dollars worth of excess parts.
The subcommitte staff, backed
by the Defense Department's find findings,
ings, findings, blamed the surplus on the
lack of inventory control, poor cal calculation
culation calculation of requirements, improp improper
er improper requisitioning and inadequate
storage.
But Col. Lor an Anderson, Bar Barcus'
cus' Barcus' former director of materiel
said half his men were under 21
years old and mostly untrained.)
"I thought I was doing every everything
thing everything I could" to get rid of the
surplus. Anderson said. "We phys physically
ically physically could only do so much."

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hours and 26 minutes against
the Tidelands Oil bill
The longest individual talka-
thon on civil Blights occurred
March 14, 1949, when Sen. Allen
J. Ellender (D-La.) spent ; 12
hours and 19 minutes denounc
insr a proposed anti-filibuster
rule. : ";
Thurmond gave no indication
of how long he intended to talK
before he began. He said only
that he would make an "extend
ed speech."
In Wisconsin
At Inflation
In the. Wisconsin vote, Democrat
William Proxmire defeated former
GOP Gov. Walter J. Kohler, an
Eisenhower Republican. Compared
witn the 1956 results ,in Wisconsin,
a normally Republican State,
Proxmire registered gains in the
uemorratic vote across the board
in both industrial and farm areas.
Democrats in Congress have
been hammering all year on the
issue inflation and the rising cost
of living They have linked this
to the administration s tight mon
ey policy, which the administra
tion considers a weapon against
lniiation while some Democrats
argue that it in fact contributes
to inflation.
The fr.rm issue has spelled
trouble for Republicans since ear early
ly early in the Eisenhower administra administration:
tion: administration: Prox mire's sweep of most of
the rurl counoves In Wisconsin
indicates that it is still a GOP
headache.
Paraiso Resident
Hit By Mo Hear
Chiva Chiva Road
A Paraiso resident is in Gorgas
Hospital under observation to
day after beine struck by an
automobile while runninar to towards
wards towards a bus stop near Chiva
Chiva road on Gaillard Hlgh Hlgh-wav.
wav. Hlgh-wav. Joseph L. Thomas. 37, was hit
bv a car driven by Army Sgt.
Willis R. Cooper yesterday lust
as the soldier was turning into
Chiva Chiva road.
Coooer applied his brakes and
veered to avoid striking Thom
as but the brakes failed and
Thomas was hit lust before the
car shot up onto an embank
ment.
Action in the case is Dendin?
until a report is received on
Thomas' condition.
I as the world floes today, the
1 American taxpayer is really his
brother's keeper. mtm
SHOWS
IS THIS DEADLY
INJECTION FOR THE
DOUBLE OR FOR
JOSEPH STALIN
HIMSELF?
DID STALIN ESCAPE
FROM HIS ENEMIES
AT THE KREMLIN?

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THE GIRL In The IvREMLIN'

Little League

Girls 11 Boys 4
Eleven girls and four boys
were born at Gorgas1 Hospital
during the week ended at mid
night AugV 27, according to i
reijort from the hospital.
Durinz the same period, 190
patients were admitted to the
hosnital and 198 discharged.
Girl babies were born to the
following: Dr. and Mrs. R.; A.
Chapman, of Ancon; Mr., and
Mrs, G. J. Hallet, of Rousseau:
Lt. and Mrs. D. P.1 Larsen. or
Fort Kobbe: Mr. and Mrs. J. H
Oellrich, of Locona; Lt. and
Mrs. W. A. Singleton, of Fort
Kobbe: Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dan
lei, of Paraiso; Mr. and Mrs. R.
A.,WUliams, of Panama City;
Mr;, and Mrs. L. D. Bradley, or
Diablo Heights: Sfc and Mrs
W. J. Balllargeon, of Fort Kobbe-
Mr. and Mrs. G. Williams,
of Panama City and Mr. ajid
Mrs. Jorge Beckles, of Panama
City. ,;
f Parents of the boy babies arc:
Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Knight,, of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. R.
R. Mills, of Curundu; Mr. and
Mrs. C. D. Robinson, of Paraiso;
and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Blake,
of Balboa. t
Sfaid N.Y. Museum
Cloaks Famed Nude
Willi Respectability
' NEW YORK, Aug. 29 '(UP).'-
'September Morn", the most xa-
mous nude painting to appear on
a calendar until Marilyn Monroe
came along, was given a cloak of
respectability today by the staid
old Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The I museum announced the
oaintins- that raised. cries of "in
decency!" when it was created in
1912 has been presented to the
museum and will be displayed
among the Raphaels, Rembrandts,
and Da Vincis throughout next
month.
"September Mom" is painting
by French artist Paul Chabas, of a
young girl stepping gingerly into
the cold waters ot a, Swiss iai?e.
It was well received at a big Paris
exhibition in 1912, but when moral moralist
ist moralist Anthony Comstock saw it in a
New -York ; window,: he raised a
fus.V X : ,-? s -ft.
There's too little morning; and
too much maid," he declared.
As a result of this otutburst, the
picture became one of the most
widely publicized works of art of
the century and was reproduced
on millions of calendars.
No other calendar ever equaled
it, until Miss Monroe posed bare barefoot
foot barefoot all over for the calendar pic picture
ture picture that gave her international
fame.
The original painting first was
bought by a wealthy Russian be before
fore before World War I. As time passed,
it was believed to have been des destroyed
troyed destroyed in the Russian revolution.
But a United Press reporter found
it in 1935 in a famous Paris col collection.
lection. collection. Chabas, the artist, meanwhile
had become famous, but his riches
did not come from the painting.
"Although several fortunes have
been made from my picture'," he
said, "nobody has been thoughtful
enough to send me even a box of
cigars."
The painting most recently was
bought by William Coxe Wrightr
Philadelphia millionaire. He pre presented
sented presented it to the museum which put
a $30,000 value on it
Diplomatic Notes
WASHINGTON (UP) Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles said
today he still hasn't heard the
new song, "I Made A Fool Of My Myself
self Myself Over John Foster Dulles."
The State Department received
a transcription of the song Mon Monday.
day. Monday. L U
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WASHINGTON. Aug. 28 (UP)
The armed forces have .decided to
give servicemen two snots oi me
new Asian flu-vaccine as an extra
precaution against the threatened
epidemic, it was announced today.
This apparently mean that about
three million civilians will have to
wait a little longer for their single
shots. The armed forces have pn
ority for vaccine supplies.
Sureeon General. Leroy E. Bur-
ney estimated today tnat steppea
up production would make it pos
sible -to inoculate between so ana
8t million persons about half the
U. S. population by Jan. 1.
However, military, officials said
later that the Pentagon how wants
7,230(000 one-cubic centimeter
doses" compared with an original
estimate of four million shots.-The
twoshot 'pin" would cause- some
delay in public distribution of. the
vaccine. ' ....
Be Less Effectivw
Public health officers conceded
the single shot might be sbmewhat
less 'effective than vaccines for
older strains' of flu virus, which
are about 70 per cent effective.
However, they contended it was
better-to inoculate as many per persons
sons persons as possible with one CC shots
than to increase the, dosage and
reach fewer persons. ;
Plans for combatting the expect expect-ed.
ed. expect-ed. epidemic this fall or winter
were laid by state and territorial
health officers at a two-da con-
ierenceiWnicn enaeu louay
:U 3-R.eleagecl 'Mere-Vacclne;;i ; ',
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Meanwhile; the 'f health:; 'service
released another 562,610 doses ctl
the vaccine, bringing to, 1,149,610
the number of shots "cleared for
distribution to, pharmacists, physi physicians
cians physicians and health agencies since
Aug. 12.
The health conference said there
was no need to delay the opening
nf schools -because of the threat.
It recommended that victims be
cared ior as much as possible in

US Crewmen Held Incommunicado After
Freighter Rams River bp at Killing 94

BUENOS AIRES, Aug. 29,(UP)
Crewmen of the U.S. freighter
Mormacsurf were held incommu incommunicado
nicado incommunicado aboard their ship here to today
day today pending investigation of a col
lision-sinking that killed an esti
mated 94 persons.
The sinkina of a riverboat. Ci
tv ot Buenos Aires, in the Plate
estuary Tuesday night may prove
to be the worst marine tragedy m
Argentine history.
Cant. Silverio Brizuela w e n t
down with his riverboat.
Crewman of the American
rVightr wra seized whan the
ship docked here late yotterday,
about It hours after the colli collision.
sion. collision. Capt. Kenneth Seminars, of
San Francisco, was hustled off
to Coast Guard headquarters for
questioning by Federal Judge
Miguel de ICattlMe.
The Mormacsurf, outward bound
from Rosaric. with a cargo of Ar
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Vaccine To Prevent

the home with only severe cases
getting hospital attention.
iBuiney emphasized ; again that
he expected the outbreak to be of
the "mild type" Wittf an "extreme
ly low death rate." He also said
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ne nau nui yet neen vaccinaieu
The health officers recommend
ed that each level, of government
designate persons 'performing es essential
sential essential services so that, they, could
be inoculated first, v .;-
Hat No Authority
Burnev eaJd theheaith service
had no authority to Jix priorities
and "we do .not intend to asx lor
it."- But he endorsed a proposal
that a national commission on in
fluenza 'be established.; -f
. The vaccine is expected to pour
pff the production lines at the rate
of 20 million or more'' doses a
month after Sep.? 1 But Dr.' Wil
liam H. Stewart, assistant to the
surgeon general, said demand
would exceed .the supply for some
jime 10 come.
Stewart recommended, that doc
tors, nurses and others who care
for the sick get the iirst vaccina vaccinations
tions vaccinations followed by persons who suf
fer from chronic diseases, such as
heart trouble, diabetes ind tuber
culosis. TB; .patients are particu particularly
larly particularly susceptible to complications,
such as pneumonia, which some sometimes
times sometimes follows flu. '" ..
Stewart emphasized,; however,
that some: heart patients1 or dia
betics may.; be advised : to forego
inoculation.- He said -a physician
should he consulted in each indi
vidual ;:case.-,a
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As "for yteg hildren;iwho are
more likely than adults to have
, hi At on pieioNi ;
NEW YORK (UP)-The heat
will be on for pigeons if the Amer American
ican American Museum of Natural History
has its way. The museum Mon Monday
day Monday asked the city planning ; co
mission to approve $65,000 ior an
electrical system to shoo pigeons,
third annual beach party.
gentine gram, and the riverboat
collided about U p.m. Tuesday.
near the point where the para.
na and Uruguay rivers flow Uh
aether to form the estuary.
First reports that all of the 224
persons aboard the riverboat were
rescued were contradicted yester
day. The -Ci-ast Guard reported 94
persoi.s missing," and other esti
mates placed the toll as high as
112.
Eighteeer passengers of the Ci City
ty City of Buenos Aires were trampled
in a panicky dash for the I i fe fe-boats.
boats. fe-boats. Only two boats were launch launched.
ed. launched. j :
The only other Argentine 'mari 'maritime
time 'maritime accident that compared wKh
the loss of the riverboat was the
sinkina of the liner Fournier .' off
the SfHith coast six years aeo,
which caused more than- 100
deaths. : '..
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to the Vaccine, 't the
American Academy of Pediatric!
has recommended : that they' bl
given reduced doses in two shots.
It siid many children may run a
lever alter a reduced dose bql
shots. -The, armed forces have pr pr-three
three pr-three million cipilians will have to
Congress Prepares
To Hand Ike Sliced
Foreign Aid Funds
WASHINGTON, Aug. 29 (UP)
Congress prepared today to hand
President Eisenhower,: a v 'foreign
aid money bill knocked ,down to
a final $2,768,760,000 in new funds
over his .protests.
' Speedy passage of the 'measure
was expected in the House today
with the Senate possibly acting
by nightfall to eliminate one of
the two maior obstacles to ad
journment.. The, other was, e l-T i 1
rights.
A House-Senate conference com committee
mittee committee came up- with the com pro
mise fiCKl. figure- yesterday., it is
about 1 billion dollars' less than
the 3,800,000,000 in new funds Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower had originailly asked for.
And it is nearly 600 million d o 1 1-lars
lars 1-lars les than the Congress had au authorized
thorized authorized for the program.
The President first pleaded with
Congress to give him the authoriz authorized
ed authorized amount:
.Then he- appealed.' Tuesday jo
the House to accept the Senate's
$3,025,ssq,OOO figure. He said failure
to do so Vwould further aggravate
the iserious effect of severe cuts
already made in this program
that is so essential to our nation's
defense and the security of t h e
free world." .
(But the House held at sz,a-e4,
ran nnn r
Senati Republican Leader Wil-
Uam F. Knowland (Cauf.) told re-
porters the compromise figure was
"as satisfactory as you could get
out of the conference, I gess.
. The ctMisiort tere a 79 feet
gash, v;ll above the watorllno,
, in th bow. of the Mormacsurf.
Ne one aboard theV American
.ship was Injured, and Hs cargo
escaped terieus tlamagv.
The City of Buenos Aires was
on tbs way from here -to the riv river?
er? river? port .of-Concepcion, K50 miles
north of Buenos Aires, at the time
of the wreck. It sank in 26 feet
of water
Survivors said the Mormacsurf
hit the Argentine vessel amidships.
tearing a big hole in its starboard
side, anrt then hit the riverboat a-
gain, almost capsizing ltr while
Sommers was trying to -work his
ship free:. .:''
The nationalized Fanf Company,
which operated the .verboat, ask asked
ed asked the government inr permission
to send a diver down to examine
the. wreckage. ."-
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Two Shots
Asian Flu
would not develop' any "danger "danger-jus"
jus" "danger-jus" reactions- ,, t jj I
The vaccine doseage was 'n sub sub-ect
ect sub-ect of some f controversy 1 among
he (lealth officers. It was 'general 'generally
ly 'generally conceded that the ;new Asian
.lu vaccim may bef less effective
than vpecines for the older strains
of flu virus, which were about 70
per cent effective, j
.Dr. Josephs Smadel "of Na National
tional National Institutes of Health said It
would be possible to increase the
protection rate by giving two inoc inoculations
ulations inoculations to each person, or by step
ping up the potency of ; single
shots. But either course would
mean substantial reduction in
the number of persons who 'could
be vaccinated tefore an epidemic
strikes.,
A-Hong Kong 1-57
WASHINGTON (UP)-Is it Ori' Ori'-ental
ental Ori'-ental ,flu, Asiatic flu or Asian
flu? t
All three names-have been used
since the new virus was discov discovered
ered discovered in Hong-Kong 'last April.
There is no "official" name,
but the U.S. ; Public- Health Serv Service
ice Service has recently settled : on the
term r'AsiaA,. flu." This Usage is
now rapidly becoming standard in
medical ..ind scientific 1 papers, 't.
, But "Asiatic flu'1' is all right,
too. Many of the Public 'Health
Serpice. doctors use it in, tonver tonver-sation.
sation. tonver-sation. '
For the scientifically minded,
the really t correct name is ','A ','A-Hong
Hong ','A-Hong Kong, 1-57" meanine it is a!
train of the. A-prime tjpe of' in in-fluenza
fluenza in-fluenza ,i.nc wa first noted' in
Hong Konithi year. r
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Army;Slili Prctlij;
Brufalify Charges ;
Involvino Recruifs
FT. CARSON Colo.," Aug. 29
(UP)-Thei Army today continued
its investigation into -alleged bru bru-tality
tality bru-tality in handling recruit at 'thi ;
training center where three in instructors
structors instructors already face court mar
tal. v r -.-. : ;
.' Ft. Carson officials announced
that one: officer and fjveenlisted
men were 'still under -suspicion
pending completion of all investl-
gations and the possible preferring
of charges.""-, vt:.-::.;
The charges; stem from the in incidents
cidents incidents which, led; to the?-, court
martial of the three, instructors.;
The specific charges were an announced
nounced announced by Army, -officials,:' but ;
they refused to reveal -which of :
the three were charged with which
of enses, k'";v.- ',
Two of .the instructors were ac accused
cused accused of : "maltreatment t .and
assault by striking a trainee with
fiats." The third was accused of
five counts of. mistreatment of four
trainees. The announcement said
none of the recruits in the 39th In
fahtry Regiment was hurt serious seriously.
ly. seriously. ;...-,' : -w
, Facing court martial at a date
to be announced later were: Spec
2C Robert C Neely, 28, of Pelzer,
S.C.; SFC. Alexander Brown, 26,
of Warrington, Fla., and Sgt.--'..
James Hobbs, 26, of Gunnison.
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