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WHAT IS LOCAUttTE
Ruffles Local 900
LocaI-r'at unioiV, 'officials, took sharp'Jstu with Canal Zont Cov William E. Pot Potter's
ter's Potter's rtfrnc to 'local-rite diet" du?l rtg & conference at Balboa Heights yester
day afternoon, '" vVm v j r t.,'4
! ,v The Governor reportedly rejected th demand of. tpcal 900, AKSCME, CIO-AFL
.for a, 10 per cent across-the-board wage Increase for local rate employes of the Pan-
m. Canal as 'unwarrantedT because the re tiad been no increase in the cost of items
J lin the "local-rate diet" neith'ern Panama or in the Canal Zone, j
I A spokesman for th Iqc'aJ' salld "the theory fof a local rate diet is an inte
' equate and outmoded sa the
'standard of iving of local
"T-state that local rate em-
inw iiv nn,rip.e. coansK
Deans, Oreaa ana a icw uuiu
called staple items, wouia do
rMifMiiniis us to sav North Amer
icann on hambureers. hot
dogs and oca cola, the spokes
man. added. ',
ttviintt offlptfils 1 said they
' pointed out to the Governor that
au stores m ranama aim
rate eommissaries In the Zone
kr filled up with a wide varie-
ty of items ranging: from tooth
picks to refrigerators and cars,
with all these Items being sold
.'- loral raters. Conseauently,
there is no iustiflcartioni for the
' insinuation that the cost of liv-;
ing has not Increased only be-
cause certain liemi cooiucio
to be "local rate diet" are not
fliirtuallne? too far upwards 1 or.
' In startement issued today,
the' union said that prior to the
closing of local tate commissar-
' les to Zone employes resiainer iu
' Panama, hundreds of those em employes
ployes employes purchased their foodstuff
i.fn TTS.-rftte commissaries, which
proves that local raters do not
" limit their sitomacns. ;:oniy to
rice, codfish and beans. r
tj "'Pottef promised to meet- a a-.
. a-. r a 1 1 r union officials"
whenever they can gather suf-
v JfJpfnt tatist!c to prove theiry
' po.nt, the union reported
-'.They, id, therefore; '. aniorf
committees will delve r deeply -Into
the overall and Individual
-' cost jof living conditions' to
: : enter Into discussions .at au-
tore date, r ,
The' union also reported that
" icorreatlve action Is. beingytaken
on the union's complaint against
the "unfair utilization of WAE
(when : actually employed ) em
jloyes' to the point irhere In the
; nea'r future 83 Dart-time em
Sanfat To Be Present
Christmas Toy Sales
- ;: Santa -Claus wiH take time off
(from a busy summer schedule Ho
open a pair of toylands in the C-
, jal zone are nexi.iuesaj.iici
-'noon. : ..- V
t Comnlete with band "concerts,
' 'crowds at enthusiastic parents ae-
f.compamed by t tneir youngsters,
i and a complete stock of Christmas
: ititvm. tha Tovlands for the Pana-
"- ma Area Army Air' Force Ex Exchange.
change. Exchange. Service will be opened at
,1:30 o'clocJC at corozai ana ton
''GuUck; 'vy.s ;"-
': The official Christmas shopping
. season will commence with a nb
.'bonutting ceremopy at the Coro Coro-?
? Coro-? .j sal post exchange conducted by
. CoL. Arthur P. Hurr, base eom eom-;
; eom-; mander at AIbrook Air Farce
Starting at 1:15 o'clock on Tues Tues-'
' Tues-' dav. the 79th Arm v Band will play
V s concert at the Corozal exchange
iad the 0tb Army Band will do
'likewise at the Fort Gullet ex.
' change.' W ff'n .'
. A miniatur train for the kid-
dies to ride whilst their parents do
tne shopping a major attracnon
at Cororal last year will be in
use at the Fort Gulick exchange
on opening day. Later In the tea tea-son,
son, tea-son, according to post exchange
officials, tha train will be' moved
to Corozal. c v ;
ft Kris Kringle.'on the other band,
will make hi opening day appear appearance
ance appearance at both, ToyUnds, but will
then return to the North Polo to
' complete his tremendous workload
prior to making regular appear;.
, a sees in- tne Toyiano. -Ai .
Wilcy Posfs:, ,l
idtor Dies' -1
SUVA,t Fiji Islaidi" TCP); TCP);-Pioneer
Pioneer TCP);-Pioneer aim in Harold Gatty, 54,
who served as Wiley Post's navi navigator
gator navigator thfir round..- the world
flight in 1331, died yesterday of a
Gatty, owner of the Fiji Air Air-ways,
ways, Air-ways, became -world famous when
he and Post tircW the globe in
thea-record time of eight days in
He as the author of aa crei
SurriraJ hirwJhook. failed The
Baft." vncS wai adopted as a
textbock ky the.UA Air Fore.
r .THE MARVELOUS
CARIOCA CAPITAL t 'A
Tel. Panama 2-0975 Colon 779 797
now-forgotten Caribbean Wage Scale which plagued the'
rate. employes for nearly hair
ployes' in one division will
vert to iuu lime- empjoymeni
I uioiu wiuc t,u
b employes wiu gov ou- pi b-iunc;
wnne wo employes now on .pit
time will go .on lull, time em
; "The- Governor was not will willing
ing willing to-clarlfy the term "excess-
Live nurchase' ; to protect em
ployes from possible reprisals
for purchasing too much' of one
or more items, pointing out that
due to- the continuous wave of
contraband activities he had to
take steps to reduce it more and
more. However, ne said tne ad
ministration will continue to try
to make sure that all adverse
actions taken will be fully Justi
fied. i T '
- "The Governor- 4lso assured
union reDresentatlves that em
ployes residing in the Canal Zone
win be aoie to ouy large iwros
such as washing' machines and
refrigerators, without .having
their cards marked, inasmuch
as big items would cost more
than what a local rate employe
would normally be authorized to
spend in any one month in Zone
x "TY10 oovernor told union of
ficials he is fully- in favor of the
housing project being sponsored
by.ihe international.. XTniow for-
Locals iO nd S07, aauirs" there
is nQ,'pIanoix. the part of the
lieu ICBM; Hurl
MOSCOW. Aug1. 81 (UP The
Soviets today coupled a new blast
at Western .disarmament propos
als, with a description of their in.
tercontinental ballistic missile as
a snace borne monster : which
could "strike : suddenly and with
great accuracy" from a height of
The Communist Party news newspaper
paper newspaper Pravda carried t. detailed
criticism ; of the West's disarma disarmament
ment disarmament proposals and a generalized
description of the "ultimate weap weapon''
on'' weapon'' which the Soviets announced
they had tested succesfully. i.
Quoting a Professor Pokrovsky
of the Soviet Military Academy
Pravda described the interconti interconti-ntal
ntal interconti-ntal ballistic missile (ICBM)
as; : ; '.
fA wingless rocket.' cowered hv
jet and guided from' earth.
Vlt can fly for many thousands
height about: 600 miles above the
earth and then plunges down on
its target at tremendous speed.
"This rocket is of immense mil
itary significance. Due to its great
speed it can strike suddenly and
with great accuracy."
(In Washington, observers have
noted that the Soviet reports on
their CIBM have been yorded
vaguely. 'Authoritative Washington
sources said the United States still
held a lead ever ; Rusia in long-
range missile development.) ;
Pravda concluded its article on
the ICBM with the statement that
it now was possible to fire rockets
to any part of the world and that
no' aggressive country could feel
secure, w' .: "-': ; -.:
Daughter, Father Of Couple
Who Wed Here Meet. In Jail.
ATLANTA (UP-A woman held
on a $100,000 embezzlement charge
ssw her daughter and divorced
husband reunited last i X h t
for the first time in 18 years.
Mrs. Margaret Burton, 52, said
she was glad her daughter. Sheila
Joy, 20, was able to see her father
agata but she assured reporters
she had no intention of reconciling
with her husband, a night hotel
clerk in nearby Athens.
Mrs: Burton, who is accused of
stealing $100,000 from a suburban
Atlanta medical clinic where she
worked, posed as a bookkeeper
for two years before it waa learn learned
ed learned she was a fugitive from five
cities with 22 aliases.
(The Burtons were merried here
In the Coeel Zone.)
The reunion between Sheila Joy
and her father took place in the
county jau where she is held withified the ibi wtuca afprenenaea
her mother. Mrs. Burton also Mrs. Burton.
VLet the people
Administration to totally de
crease non-citizen population in
the Zone because of the housing
projecti .- ,-'
"He assured union officials
that -the eventual population in
the Zone,,' as far as local rate
employes are involved, will be
limited to permanent quarters
now oeing tisea.
-'. "The union spokesman said
the latest report from Washing Washington
ton Washington on -the housing project in
dicates tnat approval to initiate
the program with 1,000 houses
is being approved. The program
will continue to expand as fast
as local rate employes take ad
vantage of the plan to own their
Woman Slow Away
Back In US Which
NEW YORK. Aug: 3 (UP)-A
52-year-old woman, who said she
was disillusioned by living condi
tions in the United States, re
turned, home today from France
where she had spent 10 days in jail
or illeg emgr ata that country.
Mrs.' 'Grace' Jackson" Clark, S
white haired matron of .New Kens
linzton: rPa.; who nc caused
Jminor commotion by trying to ad'
dress Congress, said -she stowed
away last month on the liner lie
de France because1 "nving condi
rtions in this country are getting
pretty t bad.'" She. said She had
hoped to find work in France, but
the ouy thing are saw was the
inside of a jail,
- French ; officials held her -until
fief identity was verified by her
noqieiown newspaper, ine "iew
Kensington Dispatch.' Early this
week, she was placed, aboard tre
linepj Liberte for the return trip.
After questioning by FBI and im
migration officers today she told
newsmen ; that she was disillu
sioned over high prices and re
strictions on wages to people over
40 in this country." ,V. ,,
Tve had a little work the'past
few years, but its been temporary.
When you're over 40 you can only
expect temporary Work." Mrs;
She said she would 'not try to
stow away again -after her exper
ience in jail. I guess 1 11 have to
stay at home and right," she said.
- Mrs. Clark's adventure In Con
cress was in January 195S when
she tried to address the House of
Representatives to ask fop support
of a nationwide TV program
aimed at checking up on the be behavior
havior behavior of Americans.
, Isthmian. Church Notices!
which generally appear en
Saturdays, will be carried
in tomorrows Sunday Amer American.
ican. American. : ( YXt
. ; J 1 Fj ., v.,
faces a federal charge of tr a as as-porting
porting as-porting stolen goods ever state
lines. Sheila is held as an' accom accomplice.
plice. accomplice. ? :' s f :' ;
Mrs. 'Burton hastily departed
Atlanta three weeks ago when the
shortage at the Decotur clinic was
She was picked up by the FBI
in Tulsa, Okla., where she bad
taken a job in a doctor'so ffiee. :.
Jasper W. Burton, divorced hus
band of the woman, -said he and
some friends bad raised the no,-
000 in bail money neceiary to. re release
lease release his daughter. -.
Mrs. Burton fled Atlanta July Zl
with her daughter and 50 cocker
spaniels, including' onetime West Westminister
minister Westminister champion, Rise and Shine
valued at $5,000.
A secretary in Tulsa sported her
photo in the aewgpaper and nci-
Zone Governor p vi
know the truth end the
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1957
Wage Scale, Measure
filmed into taw nv President Eisenhower resterdav was a
tary of State to transfer to the
at aDout fs4,uuu,uuu. xne step
The Chief Executive also
for the construction of a high
Treaty commitment. .-. '
A piece of legislation which failed to pass was one seeking: to establish a single wage
scale for Federal agencies on the Canal Zone, and to bring non-US-cltiien employes of the
Canal under the retirement
agreed, in the Memorandum of
these ends.' :'"'
The appropriation of $750,00 lo
initiate studies' for a high-level
bridge across the' Canal- at. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa will enable the Panama Can
al Company, to launch the work
at once. ..v, fc'Vf:5.': .'.
The Canal and the Adminis Administration
tration Administration had sought $1,000,000 for
tkti studies, ; but It Is under understood
stood understood that the 25 percent reduc reduction
tion reduction in the authorization will
in no .way hamper initial and
preliminary engineering work,
'such as sifts surveys. ;
..fill,:, .' '.'J;')
The' bridge itself was authoriz
ed by the Congress a yeaf go last
July. President Eisenhower signed
the authorization,' into law while
on the Isthmus for the Conference
of Western Hemisphere Presidents,
After commenting on his sign.
ing of the land transfer bill, the
President added: ; j
"I have aireads aonroved the
bill providing for an appropria
tion 01 J750.009 for wort preumin
ary to the construction of a high
level "briil r over th "Pcifie en4
of the Panama Canal af Balboa,
Canal Zone.; Work; may now pro'
ceed on this bridge which will' Join
more cioseiy we eastern ', a n o
western parts 01 ransma, and al also,
so, also, constitute eventually an im
portant link jit the Pas American
Mignway, system r .li
'Tbese" two bills in addition to
enabling the United stater to ho
nor its treaty comapiments with
Pana m a, once : again demonstrate
the friendship and esteem the
United States has always 'held for
tne Kepubnc of Panamj." t-
He's Groom Now;
In Last, Marriage
He Was The Bride
WARINGTON. Eniriani HTP.
Robert Allen honeymooned for the
second time ioday,:. This -time as
The last timet be was the bride.
Allen was broueht m in triri
and married a coal dealer in 1938.
The mariage was : annulled soon
He Changed his name from
Joyce to Robert in 1944 when h
produced medical e i d e we e to
prove he was listed as a girl at
Dinn py misuse ana reared that
way.- .-. .
Allen's bride Is the former Dor Dor-een
een Dor-een Mortimoreva nurse he met
while working as a radiologist
They were married-Thursday by
the Rev. B. H. Seckett, whose
wife said he was "stunned" when
he learned of Allen's background
after the ceremony. 1 .
PRATS FOR HUSBAND Mrs. Har C andy" Olrard, wife ef
VS. Army Specialist 3-e WllUSm OlraO. praya at a email
Buddhiat shrine in her rented roqmrfsf Camp Drew. Japan.
Her husband, accused of fatally i.iooung a Japanese womaa
on a VS. military fu-lnt; range, 4eaid Innocent to man man--
- man-- -. slaughter eharces at the first day of his trial. j
ternary it Abrehem Lincoln.
Republic of Panama various
. waa pursuant io tne ivao ireaty oeiwcen tne iw wwb
approved .a WU appropriating
- level bridge over the Canal at
nrovislons of the Civil Service
Understandings attached to
U. S. officials on the Isthmus
have already worked out with Pa Panama
nama Panama at the local level a sched
ule for the transfer of the lands
and improved properties included
in the 1 24,000,000 worth 01 proper
ty for which, the authorization be
came, offiial, yesterday.
. Certain iariels will be trans
ferred immediately, on cpmpletion
of legal formalities and on provi provision
sion provision for municipal services in the
areas. Such arrangements are es estimated
timated estimated to require about 60 days.
Units said ready for this ear ear-rly
rly ear-rly transfer are: pert ef the
New Cristobal' reiidential ara;
the Washington Hotel; the Co
.Ion Hospital am ; the Ft. De
Lessepe are en tlw Atlantic side
including bousing; the eras be between
tween between the Panama' Railroad
tracks and Cristobal, '' Including
the Strangers Club. (It li be
lieved .this area also includes
Ponton Beach; a' colorful ol ol-Jfectien
Jfectien ol-Jfectien of seastdta huts, end
vuces which ha existed ever
I iteetne llrad was bujlti
. hurtdreef veevaee.J ?.
"i-f -.- : I iff : A
f Also ready Jor trSnsfer Is Co-
non pier s and. tne gwr, psnsma
Railroad' freight house, and a lot
hi colon lormeriy teseryed ior
U.S.1 consular purposes
Land parcels ready, for delive
rv on the Pacific side include Pal
blla Point,, the- Rochet Yardv, on
J. Street; the Sandoval Yard near
the Carcel Modelo'; the Aspinwall
Hotel tract and twd' military re
servations, -on Taboga Island,
Scheduled for gradual transfer
are tne remainmg residential a
reas of New Cristobal: toe -ele
mentary and high schools in Cris
tobal; the Panama Railroad yards
and Jpassenger stations in Pana Panama
ma Panama City and Colon. Predicted date
on these is May 31,' 1958.
Hits All Time High
LONtiON (UP) The salary of
the averag British factory work worker
er worker has hit a new high, 12 pounds
(about $33) per week before taxes.
the Labor Ministry reported to
The figure is 2 per cent more
than he received six months ago
and double what he earned 10
years ago,- "-
- However, the amount Includes
overtime and bonuses, with facto
ry workers, spending M minutes
per week more at work now thaa
in 1947, '.. -r. :,
Fails To Show
measure 'authorizing the Secre.
lands and improvements valued
9790,000 for engineering : siumes
Balboa, The bridge, also.
Act. The Executive Branch had
the Treaty "seek legislation" to
In r- a statement yesterday ex
pressing gratification at b e i n g
able to sign the bridge-appropna
tion and land-transfer bills, Pres
ident Eisenhower made no men.
tion of the fact that an adminis
trStiop V sponsored Rill to create
a single wag' scale for Federal
agencies en the Canal Zone did ot
pass. !-i-;.i!;;y-f'v V- :
This measure -also carried au
thority for blanketing In non-TJ.S
citizen employes of the Canal un
der: the retirement provisions .of
tne uvu service Act. -
Though hearings had been held
last spring on the bill, it had not
emerged from committee. '
, Some time ago it became -known
informally, that the hill would not
pass this summer because the
committee considered it so .im .important
portant .important that qn-the-Isthmus hear hearings
ings hearings were .necVssary.,
' Yesterday, trie House Pest Of Office
fice Office and Civl Serviot Commit
toe,' announced a subcommittee
heedew hy Rep. Young iD.Tex.)
. wl II hel,1weThvrtii,e. ereh-,'
KeWyf: ,1st ',Nmber,X,ea dm1
Itt. i u thorfzing. the heSrlngs,
Itep4 Tom Murray (D-Tenn.), said
the on-the-ground study rftd been
recomrnended hv the State And
Defense Depls. He nfied the U,S.
federal agencies on the Zone em employ
ploy employ some 20,000 people. ;
M array said yesterday;
. "Needless to say, also, our com committee
mittee committee well msy face similar con consideration
sideration consideration in the .futue with res respect
pect respect to nationals of other free na
tions', who are employed in the
widespread overseas activities of
' "The results of this study, there
fore, will be of mstenal value in
the event of such future consider
. Murray did not Indicate wheth
er the group would also conduct
hearings on the single-wage as
pects of the measure.
Seme local labor loaders feel
that th committee is already
willing t approve this; ethers
balieve It will seek more data
Yesterday, in Washington, it
wss also announced that the Pa
nama Canal subcommittee of the
House Merchant Marine and Fish-
enes i uommmce wiu visu tne
Zone i during November to conduct
. i in i, : . .
Rep. Leonor K. Sullivan (D-Mo.)
beads the sub committee which
has dither authority or plays the
role of advisory body in almost
all matters affecting the Panama
Canal or the Canal Zone. j
This is believed to be tne first
time l. woman Congressman has
headed the Canal sub-committee.
! 1 e1
- '" ,-- r-iMjtr.,.. K,ie I mije?
GTRARD PLtADi INNOCENT U. 8. Army Specialist 3-C
WUUam Oirard rigbt and his legal advisor, Maj. SUnley Le Levin,
vin, Levin, arrive et the court in MaebashL Japan, for the opening
session cf 'Girard'e trial on manslaughter charges. After Oi Oi-raxd
raxd Oi-raxd entered- a plea of innocent to the charges, the trial was
- . xecessedunUl aept. f, .
' f C A NAD I A h l7lli$ttY; jj-r V I
5 matm T S i
Up Revenue Down
was a 1 ' ' nal'
In Busy1 Augustf
Commercial traffic piling through Hit PanarriaCa-;
nal today broke the waterway's all-time monthly record
for the second time this year. Xp
Ocean-going transits at the close of business toddy
will add up to around 819, perhaps 820. This put August
at least 10, maybe 12 ships ahead of the commercial re
cord of 808 set last March. ,
Another record broken last March did not fall todat
That was the mark of 840 for total transits of ocean-ge
ihg ships over 300 tons, both government and commercidf
Despite the high traffic, there was an unexpected
drop in tolls. An unusual proportion of ships transiting fri
ballast instead of laden caused the loss of dollar income.
The exct transir figure t for
August will not be available- for
severs! days, since S check Snd
re-check is necessary before the
statistics become official, ; 1 v
- Transits hy ocean-coing commer
cial vessels at the close of busi
ness yesterday totaled 790, the Ca
nal announced at the- enu ot tne
day.v This was, Just19; short of a
new recoro.:fe;';'!!t'.T-.A.--Jv.--,',' yv.
, c v ,R . 1 -'
if A'imoflitl eh'fc 'atATontor
! fuveeM that Selboe hopes
to Inch It" vessels northbound.
Cristobal Is sending 10 er 11
southward; v ''
Give Or take a -ship or' two,
there'll be at least 10 more than
the old 80S record chalked up on
Families Vilh Pels
Gel Strong Reminder
From USARCarib :
Military, or civilian personnel
residing on military reservations
in the Canal Zone have been re reminded
minded reminded that all domestic ani animals,
mals, animals, over four months old, are
required to be registered within
48 hours after arrival in the
command of acquisition. -According
No. 69,' Headquarters UJS Army
Caribbean, pet owners ; must
keep their pets under control at
The memorandum further
stated that all pets must receive
all the jeouired inoculations.
Any animal biting a person will
be immediately Impounded on a
quarantine basis to determine
Military police will seize and
turn over for impounding, au
domestic animals found running
at large without a valid regis
tratlon affixed to collar or har
ness. or which have been de.
dared a public nuisance by a
cost commander, the memoran
.' (NEA Radlo-Telephoto)
' riTK CCVTt
the dispatch boards come mid- J
night tonight. c,"
' Yesterday the Canal revealed 1
that total ocean going traffic,
wnicn includes large U. s, gov
emment vessels, probably
bout equal the .record set
March.f The number of big' gov-
- ernm ent ships in t r n s 1 1 this
month was about 10 less than last
There are no government ships
in tne waterway today, ..--
While transit figures this
month are at an all-time high
loval, tolls for the month will
fall considerably short ef a reci
. erd. Thltjs caused by the contl.
nued heavy movement ef ahipf
in ballast through the C e n a
which begin In July. 1
':',;','.'Y,-;;,;; :, .. 'f.v'k..flt
During recent weeks many tan,
ers carrying oil. from Venezuela
to. the west coast of the United
States have been returning empty;
The number of general cargo
carriers passing through the Can Canal
al Canal with empty holds has also in increased
creased increased lately. s ? r
In July the number of ships 1
ballast aggregated 743,000 Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal net tons, and. it la.Jex-
pected this tonnage will exceed!
700,000 again in August T
This tonnage is about double the
normal monthly figures for, more y
man a year. ;
Medium Sized Minib
$el Oil From FlorEr
Missile Test Cenleril
v, v -
" CAPE CANAVEhAL. FlaAugl
31 (UP) The guided missilc test
center fired a "small to medium
sized" missile today that, was visi visible,
ble, visible, to witnesses en Atlantic
beaches for 10 to 12 minutes.
Officials at the center refused
to identify the missile. Rumors
circulated that it may have bee
the Snark or the Air Foree's Thor,
an intermediate range rocket riv rivaling
aling rivaling the Army's Jupiter.
The Snark is a Jet -powered nflot-
less bomber. One fired from .the
teat center here several monthe
ago went astray and landed in .the
Brazilian jungles. ;
The Thor exploded on its launch-
ing pad during its last firing test,,
and so far, has not been jested
successfully. A Jupiter waa fired
from here Wednesday. 'l ." v
"We watched the missile for at
least 10, to 12 minutes before it
disappeared from sight," reported
a resident of the beach area. here.
"The unusual thing about this one'
Is that ft rose almost straight up,
thee seemed to drop a bit before
leveliag off due east v ;
"Usually they' head dowa-rsnge
(southeastward) toward the track-
ing stations in the Caribbean, We.
kept waiting for them to blow this ;
one up because we believed it was
off course, but nothing, .unusual
happened to tt before it "'disap "'disappeared.'.
peared.'. "'disappeared.'. ."''' ---.
The witness said there wet
evidence that the missile shed a
booster before it vanished from
sight..- -( ',..'
Witnesses said the missile -that
was set on this afternoon ar
peered to be mn to medium medium-sixed"
sixed" medium-sixed" when compared to ethere
seen rising into the sky above tk.e
atianue oceaa, -
. ( :
0ATTTRDAT, AUGUST SI, 1951
f 1GK TWO
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ronstiDation cures. littlever pills, broken .leg remedies,
arid aS m C got it over all the Stateside radio stations. Last
StS-Uit 9:30 during the usual halt hour crime story,
TFi mSs later: a three minute talk about -the Code of
fld.d,&i ? Sast lresi-
deW and all his crfmplishme
presidents, the rest couiani noia
ttslans and cneap ones at uiu ,n.nifn,,
Ten minutes later: A three minute talk about mosquitos
i.u. -i.A..4. 44- J cnKtlhlriff tn ArB.alCfi.tA TJ16IT1. -v.
Tin between each break, they
gallonine horse tneme song, wny
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CFN seems to know what program everyone is listening to,
and to abuse the program by all these breaks for advertising.
You never heard them break into one of the goofy rotfk and roll
programs to aaveruse.
On another subject, J. A.
t.- i ii.. ofinn, thpii-
missnrv and other purchase
them once. They cut you off
o.ver into Panama 10 uve on uwu bwuuuij.
ii-Whv didn't our State Department see that an amendment
:-v.j 4. fh. nt hill ffrftnt.inir Panama 25 million dol-
i nrTtv that, in return
Commissary or other purchase rights after retirement? Pana Panama
ma Panama has Picardo Arias, a capable man, fighting for them in
Washington. Panama also has our local State Department fight fighting
ing fighting for them both In Washington and In Panama.
' Dees the State Department fight for us American taxpay taxpayers?
ers? taxpayers? Only the stupid could imagine such a happening. The gen general
eral general opinion of our retiied American personnel down here Is,
To Hell With Them, The Sooner They Die The Better.
CREDIT FOR CREDE
Sir: ;.!.' ' '
!! For these months we've been enjoying Crede Calhoun's Half
a'bolumn..so very mud- that I must say a polite thank you to
editor and columnist both. The column is stimulating for it
has sent us hunting for new bosks or articles that Calhoun has
rMiirVi. wo ha.v missed. Often too there is the pleasure of
having one's solitary opinions echoed on everything from Dulles
toour wonderful "Teen Age All Star! baseball team.,, , L1'
It was long a pleasure s states resiaenta wnn a fanama
orlerttalion to read CreJe Calhoun's incisive reporting on Pan Panama
ama Panama in the distinguished Netf flfork iTlmts.' ? f :y-
, Now we are in luck again to have such a fine 'newsman
come out of retirement .'Second only to the excitement and
scramble for our "New Yorker" when it arrives at odd intervals,
Is the pleasure of having the week's reading fare of the Pana Pana-Uj
Uj Pana-Uj American spiced now and then by,, .Half a Column.
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By VICTOR RIESEL
To the best of my recollection
and you don't have to refresh my
mind it was underworld lockjaw
when I left for Europe. On my
return, it's meandering mem-
ry. m matter wnat you call it,
the boys aren't talking. Not pub
licly. They don t feel the need for
it. The public be damned. The
public doesn't vote for the presi
dent of tne Teamsters union.
Those who do are already tightly
in Jim iiona's list.
Hoffa knows the way of all flesh
in the Teamsters. Hoffa knows
that his long intimacy with the
man accused of coldly plotting to
deprive anotner man at the sight
to see a blade of grass, a familiar
face, a moonlit night, won't cost
him a single vote. HoUa can count.
He knows there are some 1050
locals in the Teamos. Of these,
the Detroiter has 400 in his barony
known as tne Central Mates con
ference. He controls them all
There are some 300 In the occu
pied territory known as the East Eastern
ern Eastern States. Hoffa controls most of
There are 100 units of the Na
poleonic empire in toe earldom
known as the Southern States Con
ference, run by a rural princeling
named Dusty Miller.: This Dusty
is a loyal one. He 11 deliver the
100 intact to Hoffa.
This would give Hoffa a total
of some 750 locals out of 1050 al almost
most almost a two-to-one margin against
any opponent. Not bad even for
one of the throughbreds in the
Teamsters' stables who show bet better
ter better breeding than some' of those
who own them.
So it makes no difference wheth whether
er whether Hoffa crowns himself or grace gracefully
fully gracefully eschews the ermine and mace
which in the Teamsters' empire,
we imagine, is distinguishable
from a sawed-off cuestick only by
the encrustation of the, traditional
At this point I would ordinarily
gaze into a crystal ball Under
the circumstances, this would be
futile, So I depend on what I hear
and I hear that in the past few
weeks. GeorgeMeany has told his
colleagues and some Teamster
leaders outside of Hoffa's faagio-
cracy, that the Teamsters must
This will take courage and about
1,000 grimly chewed cigars. But
Meany is set to dump tne Team
sters 1,500,000 members not
withstanding from the afl-uio
unless a miracle is visited on the
union and Hoffa abdicates.
Unlike most history, tnis war
has a time-table. The AFL-CIO
Ethical Practices Committee is
scheduled to hear Jim Hoffa per personally
sonally personally ;on corruption charges on
Sept; S. Unless Hoffa turns his
back on all his friends and this
means Johnny Dio's comrades, too
the' committee 'l will recommend
to the AFL-CIO Executive Coun Council
cil Council session on Sept. 24, in New
Yflrk, (hat the Teamos be order ordered
ed ordered to clean up or face expulsion
by the AFL-CIO convention Dec.
5th- .... ......
'Official word of this ultimatum
will be dispatched to the Teamster
leaders who, by then, will' be
&athered in Miami Beach prepar prepar-ig,
ig, prepar-ig, in the best restaurants, for the
It will not be enough for Hoffa
to cast away the crown. The AFL-
CIO high command will not ac
cept this as compromise, ine
forces behind Meany will Insist
that the next president of the
Teamsters be one who is indepen
dent of Jim Hoffs. That will be
as difficult to find as a National
League ball club in New York
The 1 test will not be simpiy
the satisfaction of George Meany
and bis colleagues. The test for
Meany will be the satisfaction of
tha DubJic. This thing has gone
too far. The Senate inquiry has
been observed by. too many to
permit Hoffa to operate through
a front even a respeciaoie irom.
So the Teamster leaoersmp
quietly is preparing to operate
outside the AJirtiu, it necessary.
That won't be easy for them, pow powerful
erful powerful though they are. Their out outfit
fit outfit win iDlinter. They are fearful
for example, oi not oeing aoie w
hold their New York crowd intact
So Jim Hoffa asked Dave Beck to
writs an New York locals 'a let
ter promising them money and
'"llii. letter waa. disnatched by
Beck on August 23. In the well-
guided missive, Beck pieages to
send in a staff to help the New
Savs the note, in part:
,'The adverse publicity emanat emanating
ing emanating from recent Senate- bearings
en the New York situation leaves
the erroneous inference that we
are not getting the finest wages,
hours and conditions of employ
ment for. our members, i As you
know, this is positively not true.
I would sar that the vast majority
of the membership of our onions
la New York are receiving as
good, rf not higher, wages and en-
joying comparaote, u in neuer.
hours ana working conaiuons man
are the workers in similar jobs
anywhere in the U.S., Canada, A A-laska
laska A-laska or Hawaii."
Beck then promises to Investi
gate ineffective locals la the big
town,, and doesn't forget te point
out that the taxi drivers are still
This, I suppose, is the reply to
au at as. the great onseea teievi
si on audience.
Water-Skiing, Bah! I'll Take
t My Vacation Camping, Any Tirnb"
Half a Column
Qonantiir in commentlns on
..idit rit fhA Teen An Leae-
uers to the United States and
at ..t.tnM. a t vo inpn.1 team.
U1I7 VH-bWlJ VI vw .wv
the value of baseball players as
goodwill amDassaaors wb u u-....a4
....a4 u-....a4 vnr cnmtt otranore reason
we have seldom read of Latm
Americans going to tne unneu
States as goodwill ambassadors.
-The traffic has been largely
t., st mnra Kortn
one wj.'w iv ."-
American goodwill ambassadors
than r can couni nu; y i
read about many more.
The variety is unlimited from
Secretaries' of State and other
hieh Kovernment brass down
throagh Congressmen, Gover Governors
nors Governors and Mayors to lust fancy
Tney gei a io oi ircc
talnmont that way, but when
their Latin American enter entertainers
tainers entertainers ro to the United
States, unless they are Presi
dents or cabinet miniserst a a-bout
bout a-bout all they (tot is a good go going
ing going over by the .customs and
some searching questions from
At MBX t Is
the immigration uhbi
n. -my1m is turning the
tide, not with high brass but
.,ifh a fMm nf mldeet Little
League basebaU players from
I call them midgets, because
tfeai,. avernora heicrht was four
blw r. tj
feet eleven Inches and their av
erage weight 82 pounds,
nna f their best hitters was
Gerardo Gonzales, seventy-one
pounds In his uniform.
As a matter oi me i-s;
Kntf hail nlftv in their
old uniforms, because the ne
ones, alwaya given to uie uwe
Leasee teams, were too, big for
Fathered by their coacn ijesar
tm .. 4Kah Kavi (raveTed hV bUS
Lt.i. a m J.aeftf UVA Vint. KM.
WIUCII wao wuowj v. -'
Hullv in Texas wncre
played games in Corpus Christ!
anrt Fort Worth.
Then they moved on to Louis Louisville
ville Louisville Kentucky, and finally end ended
ed ended on, at WHliamsport. Penna,
for the finals of the Little
League world series. ;
Every place they clayed or
visited they made frie
w tha hundreds.' The last
game they played, was before a
crowd of 10,000 ana
ion before most of them were
rooting tor Monterey.
Tney- were no giveu
-V. v.nra fha frm afftinSt
the team from La Mesa, Cali
fornia, which averaged nre iki
fmir inches in height and 127
pounos in weign. i
La Mesa naa some i u
i.ittib i ran UB
They were ealled the California
slunrers ana one oi mem.
McKlrhan had hit two home
runs in a ame the previous day.
Tne Mexicans wer "''
away SS pounds and five Inch Inches
es Inches per player, bat they had a
More or Less
lot of naseball packed into
their little brown bodies.
The hero of the game was
Angel Macias, a five-foot 88
pounder, who had played an ex excellent
cellent excellent game at short stop the
previous day. Angel, a switch
pitcher, was selected to face the
big boys from California.
Possibly because of right right-handed
handed right-handed batters in the opposing
team Angel pitched with his
right-hand. And how he did
pitch! he looked pretty
puny against the big sluggers.
But Angel wasn't scared. AU
Se did was to pitch a perfect no no-it1
it1 no-it1 game, which his' team won
4-0. No runs were made until
the last half of the fifth inning
of the six-inning game, stand standard
ard standard for Little Leaguers.
Then Ricardo Trevlno drew a
base on balls and Enrique Sua Sua-rez
rez Sua-rez cracked out a single. Next
the Mexicans got another walk
and a bunt single, a sacrifice
and two fielders' choices, and
in all collected four runs. The
California team contributed two
- Angel made It comparative comparatively
ly comparatively easy for his team. He struck
out eleven ba'ters and did not
allow a single hit outside of
the Infield. V
Altogether the rest of the
team made seven of the eight
een put-outs in the six inning
Just to make the win certain
Angel struck out three batters
in the last Inning and then
leaped laughingly Into the arms
of coach Cesar Faz. The AP got
a good picture of two of the
happiest Mexicans ever photo photographed.
graphed. photographed. There were also a lot of hap happy
py happy Mexicans 'in Mexico that
day, too, especially in Monterey.
The game stopped everything in
that city of half a million popu population.
lation. population. The people had been follow
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Now and Then
ing their little team -from Its
first play-off game which It
won at McAllen, Texas,"' after s
hot 50-mlle bus ride.
Their ardor rose as the boys
chalked up one after another
eleven victories before the final
triumph. They had their last
play-off game with Bridgeport,
Conn., which they won 2-1.
Tha flay they took;,r Ca
liformans was inundeclared
holiday in Monterey.- loud
speakers in the plazas and a a-long
long a-long the street kept the crowds
at fever pitch by giving a play
by play report of the progress of
the game. .;:,?v.
The people were singing and
yThtn when the final out was
made they -really did cele- v
brate. Fire engines raced
through the streets with their i
sirens screaming, followed by
automobiles with blaring;
horns. There were Impromptu
dances and exultant abrazos.
And to cap the climax upon
the return home the team was
taken, to the capital where it
was given an ovation and was
received by President Adolfo
Ruiz Cortines at the national
- Baseball was made to order'
for Latin Americans. It Is too
bad there is not more of it
Long ago It put bull fighting
to rout and now it is giving soc soccer
cer soccer a run for popularity.
If Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles were to ask me
what to do to improve relations
with Latin America, which, of
course, he will -not, I would tell
him to send an attache for base baseball
ball baseball to every capital from Mexi Mexico
co Mexico to Buenos Aires.
COLON BRANCH t
Front St. at eeraer
el 7th St
- CARLOS MOUYNES V.
WASHINGTON A further link
between the Teamster empire of
Jimmy Hoffa and the empire of
the underworld was revealed in
the manner in which Hoffa reach
ed down into Hot Sorinsu. Ark., to
hire an obscure Arkansas State
Senator as one of his attorneys,
This column has already reveal revealed
ed revealed how A. D, Shelton, brother of
tne judge who presided over the
Hoffa trial in Washington, discuss discussed
ed discussed the Hoffa. case with Arkansas
State Senator Q. Byrum Hurst,
and how Shelton came to Wash.
lngton in- advance of the ; Hoffa
trial where he talked to his sis sister,
ter, sister, Judge Burnita Shelton Mat Matthew
' However, here is more informs
tion on how the Hoffa defense hap
pened to go all the way to Arkan
sas, home, state of Sen. John Mc'
Clellan, for an attorney.
The man who arranged for the
retention of Hurst was Ralph
Pierce, a Chicago gambler who
also lives part of the time in Hot
Pierce is referred t8 in the Ka
fauver crime hearings as a mem'
ber of the Capone syndicate and
owner of the Silver Bar at 400
South La Salle Street in Chicago,
also an associate of Paul "The
waiter" Kicca. y lt
It ha new boon disclosed by
the Senate Rackets Cemmittoe
that Hoffa's Midtoost teamsters
spent $150,000, union funds to
buy the Lake Michigan mansion
of aanaitar Ricea. :
To get more details on how an
Arkansas State Senator was null
ed into the Hoffa' trial, I phoned
Senator Hurst in Hot Springs and
asked him about the circumstanc circumstances
es circumstances under which he had been re
tained. - ': '. ':-'. .5
p. BYRUM HURSTIS STORY
"I have alwavs been a eraat
friend of labor," he replied "I
have known Odell, Smith of the
Arkansas Teamsters, and once re represented
presented represented the International Wood Woodworkers,"
workers," Woodworkers," ; . ..
"Isn't it a fact that Ralph Pierce
arranged for you to renresent Hof
fa?" I asked.;
"Where ( did you hear, that?"
Hurst blurted. He said he knew
Pierce, but declined to elaborate
on his relationship furtBer;
"How much were you paid for
your j legal services in Washing Washing-ton?
ton? Washing-ton? I asked.
'.'Nothing, not a cent. I'm send sending
ing sending George Fitzgerald (Hoff Mi Michigan
chigan Michigan counsel) a bill: for my ex expenses
penses expenses about; J2500; But I don't
know that I'll charge anything Mti
(1- was' happy to -come to Wash Washington,"
ington," Washington," the affable Arkansas State
Senator continued "I come s un
ther frequently, have to try eases
in Wsshington from time to time.
,t-WhatAkind of cases?"
k v v I
Jin s AJV7Doc
1MB r v nhnui Lt)
ill -A?xr ' -
A ttilUable flaur of elejaace.
. r an
vita a day
5 c ; is
x jt, In
y mw HAitow
"I just had two divorce cases
there last winter."
"Just what did you do for Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa at the trial?" I asked. "What
did you do other than have the
judge's brother come to Washing Washington
ton Washington to talk to the judge?" :
- "You got me wrong on that,"
Hurst replied. "That wasn't why I
"Then what did you do at the
trial?" v -
-"I sat there and listened and
when I thought of a question that
ought to be asked I wrote it down
oo a little piece of paper."
CLIMSON POREOOIS CASH
It's suspected that some South
ern colleges didn't read the fine
print in a contract with the gov government
ernment government involving segregation and
may decide, to return several mil million
lion million dollars being advanced them
on "educational" contracts by the
Atomic Energy Commission.
- One college, Clemson in South
Carolina, has already 'returned a
$99,050 contract to Washington
rather than comply with Federal
What happened was that the
AEC is giving Federal funds to
various universities in order to
promote atomic education. The U- -nited
States has been falling be behind
hind behind Russia in the race to develop
atomic scientists so the AF.r. i
helping colleges buy atomic reac
tors ana laooratory equipment, and
is also granting fellowships and
endowments totalling $8,000,000.
Stipulated In the eovornmont ",
contract, howovar. Is the previse
that "ne person thall be barred
from participation or be the sub
feet of other unfavorable die
crimination en the basis of race,
creed color, or relleion."
At least tea Southern r colleges
have(signed up and are receiving
atomic energy aid. Only one of
them, Clemson, has' returned Hi
grant so fsr.
Those which have agreed to go
along with the anti segregation
clause and are getting AEC help
include :' -..;..:.-'V.-:-.M
North Carolina State tjniversity
(receiving $202,000); Miami Uni University
versity University ($5,800): Virginia Polvtech-
nic Institute ($159,700): University
ui rionua o,ovu); Virginia po polytechnic
lytechnic polytechnic Institute ($159,700); Uni.
versity of Florida ($225,550); Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech ($34,000): University of
Texas ($74,500); Texas A and M
(1158.000): Kice institute S121.350):
University of Tennessee ($97,350);
ana Aiaoams roiyiinsop).
TRUMPIT SILENCID 1
fiends, I tell you! Fiends of .the
stein. The fiends were 'iix .large
caterpillars who ravaged ; an an an-eel's
eel's an-eel's trumoet. a South 'American
, plant, in Kirstein's backyard. ;
.. 'a dramatically
v (. r T '-.
it's a watch
A. J u -i.t"
smartest women in Paris
Ioaiaisj ttoir ltearU to tLe
Martnuse. It's a brae1t
of ItreatliaViaf aeanry-..IU becomes
enchantiogly lovely watca
Hick et the tiflfer. Here
tie fashion asixacle of the
Jtsiaer colors or all sjilt
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AK INDEPENDENT DAItT NEWSPAPER
By OSWALD JACOB
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South j, West North East
lN.T.tlPaM 4 2 V Paw
2 -Pass 3N.t.Pa
Paw' Pass .; ; ..,.
...j i '.
South, made a lot of tricks at
no-trump. H. started by cover covering
ing covering West's ten vof clubs with
duuimy's jack. It held and he
led the king of hearts. East won
with the ace and played the six
of diamonds; South's ten held
the trick and he was ready for
some real operation..
He led a heart to dummy's
jack,, and East's ten fell. Two
mor heart leads forced East to
let go of a spade and a diamond.
The sice and kins of clubs were
played, next -ana East found!
himself in an inexorable squeeze.
If he j discarded a spade the
wnole spade suit would be good
and if he discarded a diamond
all the diamonds would be win
neres. South' made -six odd:
The bidding of the hand is a
good example of the JTB in op
eratlon. With 11 high card
points and good 'five card
spade suit North wanted to be
in game once his partner open
ed a no-trump.
His two heart bid was the
transfer to spades and showed
at least five cards in that suit.
South's two spades was the au automatic
tomatic automatic rebid whereupon North
jumped to three no-trump.
This bid gave a complete pic picture
ture picture of his hand. He had al already
ready already guaranteed at least five
spades. The jump in no-trump
showed 10 to 12 or maybe even
13 points and a hand suitable
for play In either spades or no no-trump.
trump. no-trump. '
South's pass was obvious. He
had a normal no-trumor; with
only two 'spades and strength' in
Latin America Aid
Should Be Increased
S BUENOS AIRES. Au. 31 (UPS
The 20 nations represented at
the : 1 Interamerican : Economic
Conference voted unanimously
yesterday ut.' seek means of : in increasing
creasing increasing financial aid to Latin A
merica. :C": Y'''AC ;''V'-v;
The conference also approved
plans fpr "gradual and progres
sive"; development oi a lAim
American common market sim similar
ilar similar to the organization cur currently
rently currently envisaged' for Western
Measures under consideration
in the camnalen to increase fi
nancial aid include a proposal
to create a special bank for Lat
in American development.
The, United States opposes the
idea, saying existing institutions
afford ample credit to nations
south of the border but TJ.S. delr
egates here agreed to study the
issue as a gesture of amity.
The United States and 19 Lat Latin
in Latin American, nations sent dele
gates to thelconferen.ee. Vene Venezuela
zuela Venezuela boycotted, the meeting be because
cause because of its recent break in dip diplomatic
lomatic diplomatic relations with Argenti
na. : v -
BERLIN Soviet military engi engi-leer
leer engi-leer G. L: Pokrovski, quoted by
he East German news agency
1DN oh Russia's claim of having
.ested an intercontinental ballistic
fissile; -iv v'j '.:JV!.
i "Essential : quality of the mod modern
ern modern missile i I to BYtromo k
racy of aim. Possible errors are
ftnepteii tn ho tint larcrai. than .i
to 12 miles." f v..
1 CHICAOnThd N.tmn.1 C,-f
, .J M A V
Council, in annealinff fnr lnu
holiday week-end ; death toll :
we aia a, on Memorial Day.
We did it on the Fourth of July.!
wo can qo u again over L a 0 o r
LOS ANOFI.ES Tpamofor. TTn
ion President Dave Beck, on his
seconu lnoictmem in less than
four months on income tax eva
"t certainly am not guilty. I
uever maan one mv own !niAm
tax. I hired public accountants to
do it.. If mistake woro maHa thaw
made them. It's a legal question
whether I'm responsible or not."
TOKYO Itsuro Ha vashi: defense
attorney for GI William Girard,
attacking lawyers Joseph S. Rob
inson and Earl J. Carroll for crit
icizing Japanese legal procedures
Hq. Co. 3rd Bn. Wins Mess Plaque
Headquarters Company of the
20th, infantry's Third Battalion
was awarded the Honor Mess
Plaque for (the month of July.
when they were 7,000 miles from
"Robinson and Carroll 'don't
know Japanese law. and it takes
too much time to explain to those
stupid American lawyers."
NEW YORK Evangelist Billy
Graham, t on his New York Cru
sade which ends Sunday:
"I've been revived mvself spir
itually by what has happened in
Awarded each month on a
competitive basis, the Honor
Plaque went .to the men of Fort
Davis on the basis of food prep preparation,
aration, preparation, equipment, and general
Sfc. Elbert Cain, .company
mess sergeant, was the proud
recipient of the award, present
er oy Maj. Micnaei c. cnester.
Also sharing the- accolodes was
1st Lt. Gene A. Trultt, Hq. Co.
3rd Battalion's mess officer.
Capt."Robert o.'passons. com commanding
manding commanding officer of the award-
winmng outnt, oongratuiatea
FOR Y0U.1 HIGH-BALL INSIST
always on CANADA DRY
"High-Ball wiouf Canada Dry
all pess personnel on
To Hold Annual
Labor Day Mass
For the fourth successive year.
religious observance of Labor
Day will be held in St. Joseph's
Catholic Church, Colon.
At. 6 p.m. on Monday, a "Work
ers' Mass" will be sung by the
Very Rev. John F. King, superior
or tne vincenuan Fathers, with
special music by the St. Joseph's
bemor Choir, under the direction of
Invitations have been issued to
prominent union officials, to Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone officials and to top-rank-
me oilicials of the District and
City of Colon.
Special speaker for the occasion
will be Father Robert Vignola,
wno wiu nave as nis sermon to-
pic "God and the Workingman." ?
it's that fabulous QMLWiJ
you read about in Mademoiselle
Vlcdivostok Seeiii j
As Site Of Reds'
LONDON, Aug. 31 (UP) -Soviet
affair .experts Said today it is
highly likely the Russians fired
the! r.' intercontinental ballistics
missile from the Vladivostok area.
. The Soviets closed the bay of
Vladivostok, which is north of
Japan, o foreign shipping last
monuYMmd forbade foreign planes
to fir owr it.
Diploniatie sources subsequent
ly -reported that tre Soviets appar
ently were turning tne area into
a vast nuclear Weapons research
and launching center. ui.
The remoteness of the area
would permit the Soviets to launch
experimental rockets within their
own ri)it, thus keeping them se-
rrmt iAt the KBme fima Vlndlvnl
USEJAT HOME.. look your loveliest. I
.. i our prewer. irunnur xisura xenet
romnniic- glances I new popularity.,
new happinen for a new YOUI
.- ; -f r ,v ' ."
twist, hips, tummy
in $ize-JSO DIET!
FIRMS.. .TIGHTENS.. .TRIMS
Cppp i Write or telephone for free In-1
w j lormauon, mm oooRiet, tree
trial treatment. No obligation. La Crea.
ta. Panama, J-188.
possible- launching of an" attack I
over the -Pacific Ocean
Tolamta C. "e Dora'
iu& is awaicKicBuy tucaiea lor uie 1 p n Box 44S4
Hardly any diplomats or experts
W thet missiles field have ex expressed
pressed expressed 'doubt about the Soviet
claim of a successful launching of
an ICBM. The have expressed
reservations about the degree of
accuracy the Soviets can attain.
M m VeV
A CHURCH.OP REVERENT WORSHIP (
V i .... -
r90--SpNDAY SCHOOL (Class for ererjr tgt)
""Bible teaching gives answers not theories to your ques ques-.tions.
.tions. ques-.tions. Let your life be grounded in His Word, not man's.
, There's -a place lor all the family". Cornel"
M1:00-SLN IU tezituuiiz, Resalt, and Remedy"
fome and hear what God's Word teaches about siru
Clear, 'compelling, -and conclusive evidence that'
' God cannot die." :',
v6:0(Y2lrif FeiOWSfflP ((rade & Hi School)
:;7H)0 "NAAMAN, THE LEPER"
"A humble; faithful witness God used to show the need
. of cleansing in the life of Naajnan."
NURSERY PROVIDED A GOOD CHURCH HOME
FOR THREE DAYS ONLY
TO CLEAR SOME ODDS AND ENDS TO MAKE ROOM
FOR NEW GOODS NOW ARRIVING
SATURDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
Positively These Three Days Only
REDUCTIONS from 33 fo 50
ONLY TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW STOCKS ARRIVING
Nothing Imported Specially for Sales But
All Our Regular Stock Items to Clear.
SKTRT COATS V AW uf to $21.00 NOW
SPORT COATS All up to 35.00 NOW
LEISURE JACKETS-Up to 18.00 NOW
DINNER JACKETS Huk-a'aJfasJo now
Dacron A Wool
REGULAR SLAX Up to $ 7.50 Now to Clear $3 95
REGULAR SLAX Up to 13.50 Now to Clear ...... 5 95
WAITERS' BARTENDERS' BLACK PANTS 10.75.. g.95
BOYS" DRESS SLAX (Size 8 only) Reg.' to $4.95 2.95
MEN'S ALL WOOL FLANNEL SLAX-' ; .' v
(For State -Side) Reg. 18.00 . . ... Q 75
MEN'S ALL WOOL TROPICAL DARK SHADES l U
intA vAirt MP U
! l.uu 1J,W 0.73
SIZES 28 to 42 Regulars and Short
A CLEAN-UP IN THE TRUE SENSE OF THE WORD
LINO CLOTHES COTTON RAYON NYLON DACRON
2000 TO CLEAR
' SPORT SHIRTS
that we sold regular
up to $8.75
NOT ALL SIZES IN ALL STYLES THESE ARE TO CLEAR
$5.75 to $7.50
WE NEED THE SHELF SPACE
We have 750 dozens f
new Shirts coming in to
replace these 65 dozens we
MUST CLEAR FOR SPACE.
ZfL Air ZIPPER I NECKTIES I JJ I SH0RIS J knitted "X" shirts BOYS' Knifed
long jieeve nd 1 r,rr c uidtc
JACKETS including pur. .me tie. to JACKETS BERMUDA SHORTS 0neroup U.50 1 mm
On.; "color only $4.75 .ach White grejn, maiz. Whit, and color.. lKnTNVD -, $2.50 Value V
i r. P.rf.ct for Coif T.nni. ANOTHER I At: A f
R.gular 9.50 Bring Thrown At You at All size, w S,ZM 2'"A Group 5 1W Ju&1 Few io Clw
. Rc2. .$5.75 Valu.. up to $10.75
TO CLEAR $ 4.95 fo ea. NOW $2.95 To Clear $2.95 $4.00 DC.
SOCKS SOCKS MANHATTAN MANHATTAN ioo niton dress MANHATTAN
' Fir MM Mercerized Ribbed TUXEDO DRESS SHIRTS DACRON & COTTON
or Men s,cor. SHIRTS PAJAMAS 0riginaIly $1075 ZZ
Solid -Fancies Slightly Soiled R.g. $8.50 to $25.00 iA ... DRESS SHIRTS
Sizes 14, 141, 15 only
Values to $1.25 Sizes 9J-13 Broken Sizes Nnw Reg. $9.50
Reg. $6.75. to 8.50 nuw to Clear Pink only
3 x $1.85 3 x $1.00 T,cir$2.95 50 oil Now $2.95 t.q,$2.w ;
NOTE For 25 years, w. have run en. Sal. Annually A pre-lnventory Sal.. This is th. first time w. ar. running a mid-y.ar CLEARANCE
' SALE and only b.cause our Purchases for the coming Holidays were so heavy w. n..d th. spac. for n.w good.
3 DAYS ONLY
SAMUEL FRIEDMAN, Inc.
THIS SALE WILL
NOT BE PROLONGED
1 :30-5 pjit.
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. t i n,.
octal ana sinerwuu
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RETURNING TO WASHINGTON Mrs. Olga de Arias was guest of honor at a despedida
fard Bartv and tea given by Mrs. Cecilia Esplnosa de Arias at the Hotel El Panama recently.
Mrs Olga .Ariel, who Is the wife of Panama's Ambassador to the United States, Rlcardo Arias,
will' soor! be returning to Washington. From left to right are: Mesdames Tere Paredes dc
' Zubieta, fclvirita Zubleta de Arias, Ana Teresa Vallarino de Arias, the guest of honor Mrs. Ol Olga
ga Olga Arias, Lola Guardla de Zubleta, Miss Wally Arosemena, the hostess Mrs. Cecilia Esplnosa
. de Arias and Mrs. Maria Lulsa Remon de Obarrio.
Instant Minced Onion
For Quick Potato Salad
r x w
'1 1 I wf M 1-1 r
NEW BOON to the busy housewife' appears In Instant mixed
nion. It makes quick potato salad easy task.
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By GAYNOR MADDOX,
NEA Food and Markets Editor
MRS. AQI ILINO BOYD GIVES TEA PARTY
IN HONOR OF MRS. FRANCISCO OSEGUADA
Mrs. Aqulllno Boyd, wife of the Minister of Foreign Affairs
will rive a ta party at her home this afternoon in honor of
Mrs. Traneisco Lino Osegueda, wife of the Ambassador of El
Salvador, who will leave shortly to take up his new post in Li Lima,
ma, Lima, Peru.
Pun At Union
Many students attended the des des-pedida
pedida des-pedida ball given at the Union
Club last night for the graduates
of Javier College.
The three queens, Queen of Cof Coffee
fee Coffee Analida Alfaro, the ueen of
Flowers Fabiola Velasquel and the
Queen of Carnavalito Estella de la
Guardia reigned over the festivi festivities.
ties. festivities. Lt. And Mrt. Howell '
Potod At Many Parties
Lt. and Mrs. Clarence D. How Howell,
ell, Howell, who are retiring to make their
future home in Asheville, N.C.
have heen feted by friends at ma many
ny many dinner parties and dessert
Their hosts on various occasions
during the past month have been
Mr. and Mrs. David Smith of
Margarita, Mr. and Mrs. James
Agee of Gatun, Mr. and Mrs. Gra Grady
dy Grady Hardison of Margarita, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Shannon of Bal
boa, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Hatz of
Diablo, Mr. and Mrs Chester Ha Harold
rold Harold of Margarita, Mr. and Mrs.
William Haddritis of Margarita,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stewart of Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, Mrs. Lathe Tirn in of Mar Margarita,.
garita,. Margarita,. Mrs. Howard Harris of
Gatun and Mrs. Melba Heintz of
The Howells are sailing on the
Ancon next Wednesday.
Inauguration Dinner ef
Irving Zapp Chapter
The Irving' Zapp Chapter of the
B'nai B'rith, will hold its inaugu inauguration
ration inauguration ceremony tdniorrow night
at El Panama Hotel. To be in installed
stalled installed as officers of the lodge
are Dr. Manfredo Engel, presi president,
dent, president, Carlos L. Zelenka, vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, Rabbi Nathan Witkin,
advisor, Ralph de Lima, secreta secretary,
ry, secretary, Stanley Fidanque, assistant
secretary, Samuel Friedman,
treasurer, and board members
Moses Stern and Dr. Daniel
After the installation of officers,
which will take place in the Sa Salon
lon Salon Washington at 6 p m., the new
chapter will sponsor a banquet to
be held in the iBalboa Salon.
Rahbi Nathan Witkin will open
the ceremony with his benediction.
Master of ceremonies will be
Sa.uel Friedman, and new pres president
ident president Dr. Manfredo Engel will al also
so also speak.
A special guest at the occasion
will be Dr. Israel Drapkin, presi president
dent president of the Latin American Divi Division
sion Division of the B'nai B'rith who will
present the charter to the organi organization
zation organization and install the officers.
Derrs Show Celer
Slices To NCO
The Fort Clayton NCO Wives'
Club held their regular monthly
ocial on Tuesday evening. "Slides
ofr, Panama and Vicinity," which
were very coionui ana beautuui,
were shown by Gene and Lena
Derr; members of the Diablo
Camera Club. Mr. Derr gave an
interesting commentary on the
pictures and conducted a discus discussion
sion discussion in regard to places of inter interest
est interest to visit in Panama and Inte Interior.
rior. Interior. Guests who were welcomed
at this meeting were: Mrs. Clif Clifton
ton Clifton Buckbee, Mrs. Lloyd Collins,
Mrs. Ruth Hall, and Mrs. Helga
Miles. Refreshments were served
by hostesses for the evening who
f As You'll Have
TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT!!
roo've NEVER Seen
Ton 1VIR Had
at our Whoop-it-up
TONIGHT 9:00 IN THE PATIO I
25 Fabulous DOOR PRIZES!
in addition to the GRAND PRIZE of
WEEKEND ROUND TRIP TO MIAMI FOR TWO
- Via BRANIFFS DC 7C El Dorado
( Including complimentary room for 2 days at McAllister Hotel
Plus a car .for you to drive there (Hertz' Drive-it Yourself),
courtesy of "Fiesta" Car Rentals of Panama.
ANOTHER BIG PRIZE! Complimentary weekend for two
at the HOTEL NACIONAL (David) Flying COPA!
WOW-PRIZES for individual Costumes and for the
best costumed group of 10 or more persons!
ALL-STAR SHOW 1
featuring SAMUEL HERRERA A hit CONJUNTO INTERIORANO,
winners of our last Variety Night Show!
Break out those Costumes! Anything your imagination dictates!
And remember that the party goes on, RAIN or MOONSHINE!
Ka trance: 1.4t (I fer SX.K)
Cftll Maitre 4htel early
far yar reservations.
There's a new onion product, put
out by several companies under
various brand names, called in instant
stant instant minced onion. It does not
cake or pack in the jar, nor de
Made of selected white Califor
nia onions, it is "flavor controlled"
because all the onions used are
of the same strength. Therefore,
were: Mrs. Margaret Blais, Mrs.
Edith Burch, Mrs. Jan Martin,
and Mrs. Maxine Stokes.
Mr. And Mrs. David Kaplan
Feted Prior To Transfer
1 Pacific Sidu of Isthmus
A farewell party was given at
the Hotel Washington or Thurso, y
for Mr. and Mrs. David Kaplan of
Coco Solo ase.
The Kaplans who have lived on
the Atlantic Side for some time
will be leaving for the Fa.'itic
Side in the near future.
Mrs. Kaplan was presented with
a farewell gift.
Among those who attended were
Mr. and Mrs. Saluma Zebede, Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Yohios, Mr.
and Mrs. Marenclo Attia, Mr. and
Mrs. Israel Obuthul, Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Attia, Mr. and Mrs.
Oslan Attia. Mr.and Mrs. Moises
Nevak, Mr. and'Mri," Oerpn Ka
dock, Mr. and Mrs, Joe "Zahay",
Mr. and Mrs. Julgan Cohan, Mr.
and Mrs. Schlomo Obuganem, Mr.
and Mrs. Israel Franco, Mr. and
Mrs. Rahim Salomon, Mr. and
Mrs. Eduardo Nanrachi, Mr. and
Mrs. Moni-Chitrit. Mesdames Ra Rachel
chel Rachel Attia, Berta Abbo, Marie
Mallul, Merci Zebede, Mary Kriss,
Vichitt Ades, Marina Doria and
Messrs, Malca and Cohen.
it helps to eliminate guesswork
When a recipe calls for:
1 small onion use 1 tablespoon
instant minced onion
1 medium onion use 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons instant minced onion
1 large onion use 3 to 4 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons instant minced onion
Quick Potato-Onion Salad
(Yield: 6 servings)
Place 1 quart hot, cooked, diced
potatoes in a mixing bowl. Make
a well in the center. Break in 1
egg. Add 2 tablespoons salad, oil,
1 tablespoon cider vinegar, 1 table tablespoon
spoon tablespoon fresh lemon juice, 2 tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons salt, 1-8 teaspoon ground
black pepper, 1-8 teaspoon garlic
powder, 2 tablespoons instant mmc
ed onion, and 1 tablespoon boiling
water. Toss lightly to mix through throughly,
ly, throughly, but do not overmix. Chill 2 to
3 hours or until ready to serve.
Add 2 cups diced clery and Vi cup
diced green pepper. Arrange on a
serving platter. Garnish as desir desired
ed desired with tomato wedges and pars parsley.
ley. parsley. Tun Fish and
Egg Sandwich filling
(YUld: 2 cups or sufficient spread
Combine one 7-ounce can tuua
fish, 2 finely chopped hard-cocked
eggs, Vi cup finely cropped celery,
2 tablespoons finely chopped green
pepper, 1 tablesoon instant minc minc-'ed
'ed minc-'ed onion, Vt teaspoon salt, 1-8 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon ground black pepper, 2
tablespoons mayonnaise and 1 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon fresh lemon juice. Mix well.
Use a sandwich spread.
For United Slates
Fall Gasses Begin October 1st.
at the Balboa YMCA
Ballet (the foundation for every field of dance)
Tap Toe Limbering & Body Placement
Women's classes and Tumbling for "Little Guys."
Registration dates: Sept. 5th, 6th and 7th
from 2 to 4:30 p.m.
At residence: 744- A Las Cruces St. Balboa
(Near Balboa Post Office)
For further Information Phone Balboa 1751
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DistrlbaUrs CIA. C1RNOS, a. A.
FAMAMA r COLON
MISS ALICE P. LIM
Miss Alice P. Xlm aalls today
on the United Fruit Company
SS Metaoan, to New York.
Miss Lim was awarded one or
the United States Information
Service scholarship, and also
won the annual scholarship a a-warded
warded a-warded by the Caribbetm Col College
lege College ?lub. Both scholarships will
be applied to her treshman venr
at the Uriversltv of Miami, in
Oxford. Ohio, where she will
enroll this fall.
Miss Lim graduated as an
honor student from Cnstooai
Hieh school class of '57 last
June. She was a member of the
National Honor society. Caribe
club president, secretary for the
students association, metnoer ui
the Dramatic Club arid' the Na National
tional National Thespians, and was one
of the students association,
member of the Dramatic Cluo
and the National Thespians, and
was one of the students chosen
for sports personalities, and was
also chosen as best dancer for
the Hall of Fame in the High
School Year book.
Miss Lim is the daughter of
Alexander P. Lim and the late
Mrs. Lim of Colon. Rep. of
Mother Of Five
Sent To Prison
For Killing Child
MARTINSVILLE. Va. (UP) -A
24-year-old mother of five living
children was sentenced to eight
years in prison today after plead pleading
ing pleading guilty to the second degree
murder of a sixth child.,' ;
, Mya, Jtfargift S,i Arnold admitted,
V IT'S1.';'"'' rT'.
Griffin Seeks Change In Election
Laws To Thwart Civil Rights Bill
ATLANTA (UP ) Gov.- Marvin
Griffin called yesterday iot full full-scale
scale full-scale nlsion of G gia's elec
tion laws in the face of the new
evil rights bill and said, "We're
not goings to Jet a federal judge
ICJI ua WMU vail' TUIC M UCUlia.
Grif lin said he planned to call
"the best lawyers I can find'! to
atuHv th lff Inn laiva ttnlt' rap-
ommend changes to the Legislat
ure in January. : But be did not
mention any specific changes re
mav have in mind.
He told his news conference the
federal government used soldiers
and bayonets in the South during
Reconstruction days and will use
"federal judges and federal
marshals" under the new civil
rights bill; '. '' ;
''Voters and election machinery
arev matters mat address tnem
selves to the state," Griffin said
"We'll strengthen ; our election
laws so the federal ; government
won t set up our registration
DOOKS. ,v," s- -vs;-.
Griffin, also said Georgia coii
Start Monday, September 9th
Beginners 5:00 p.m.
Intermediate 6:00 p.m.
Advanced 7:00 p.m.
Registration and test for new
students begins Thursday,
4 S p.m.
Inquire at Y.M.C.A.
Russians Relax Bans
On Foreigners' Trips
To Troubled Baltic
HfnsrftW Aiiff SI irTTPW.!sci
today eased travel restrictions for
fA.AtMHA.. .nil 1 1 fj n HlIMk.. n I
cities and towns,- including Riga
in the hithprtn hannsH Rnlttr-
states, as open to. travelers from
Observers Sflid thp rplavntinn nt
travel restrntjons apparently was
in answer tut Atnerintn nuArtni-.t
this spring. The, Soviets rejected
me American proposals at the
A npw list: nf pittas nnw nnAti In
foreien visitors indnripfl T?itrn th
n 1. t ... i 1
Dame pori cuy or wnat once was
Latvia. No other cities in the for-
rrer states nt Latvia tfafnnis n,l
(Lithuania are open to foreigners.
unui me new list came out, all
the Balkan states acquired by
Russia during World War II had
been off limits to Westerners.
Ivov, the Polish-Russian border
citv in the Ukraine: aim ttai taVen
off the restricted list.
A number of cities and towns in
the Moscow area were declared
now Anen to fnreicrnpi-a in a niru
lar drawn up by the Foreign
The restricted areas under the
new regulations include some
parts of the Leningrad region but
no major cities.
It appeared that the easing i of
resrictions was in response, to a
Uniteo States nije of May pro protesting
testing protesting against restrictions: on fie
movements of. diplomats attached.
to the U. S. Embassy in Moscow.
' At that time, Americans had dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty visiting such places as Sta Stalingrad,
lingrad, Stalingrad, Tbilisi in Stalin's home
state of Georgia, and certain
areas of the Crimea.
The State Department offered (o
re-examine its own travel restric restrictions
tions restrictions on Soviet diplomats and of offered
fered offered to ease restrictions if the
Russians would do the same.
BERLIN. Aur. St ftlV ntt
Suhr, 63, Socialist mayor; of. West
Berlin and president of the upper
house of (the West German Parlia
ment, died today of leukemia.
aunr naa oeen suitenng : from
Leukemia 'for weeks anrf hA heata
in a coma at his hnmo hut hi
condition was not disclosed "until
Suhr was elected president of
the Bundesrat fnnner hnns nf tha
West Herman narliamatnf In Vadn
last month. He had been nameil
jWest Berlin mayor in 1955.
a onetime traqe union leader,
political scientist and 1 teacher
ounr was one oi tne leaders of
the West Berlin anti Communist
forces in the 'veara ImmeHiataJ
after World War When the
.Soviets tried-tn tab tha en
tire city. That effort culminated
in the 1948 Berlin blockade which
tne allies broke with their Berlin
MAJA t cofini5 loom oH
dtUghtfid btouty trjtfnnt lo
0"pli'on o lovely
Tha frogtonc i plhcoed ond
lingering rfltctinj all
aysterv ond icittmant o v"
' 1. KUIZ ALTAKEZ
r. O. Bx 196, Panama,
she forced a bottle down the
throat of her 13-month-old daugh daughter
ter daughter last Jan. 6 "because the baby
wouldn't stop crying."
Sheriff Morton T. Prillaman
testified trat the child had been
struck about the head : and face
Mrs. Arnold has given birth to
seven children, the latest a few
months ago while waiting a sanity
hearing in prison. One of the chil children
dren children died three years ago from
natural causes. The other five
have been adopted by local families.
Mrs. Arnold underwent mental
examination following the birth of
her seventh child. She was judged
sane and returned to jail her to
gressmen have endorsed his plai
1a aet lin w 'eieareh ,rvine,'An
racial matters. He said Georgia's
disadvantage because rVcongrest
men in other sections, of !th
ered for them jy the NAACP and
every Dooy else."
Rep. JameSiBavis (D- Ga.)
criticized Sen., Russell and Tal Tal-madge
madge Tal-madge for not filibustering against
tr ivil TtaM hill ui'th '..ui.ta
spurring talk that Da via might bt
Griffin's: choice for governor. t But
Griffin told ,hi' new; conference
he has no reference iri next
year s guDematonai race and
the more .candidates the mer
rier.". ,v5 i v
President Of Donn
' 1 T J
A pantie girdle should be wash
ed after each wearing. Suds it ia
warm water, (never hot) and
squeeze gently without twisting or
wringing, a weii-iatnered soft
brush will scrub Soiled spots.
Rmse at least twice in warm wa
ter and blot with a towel,
A clean, fresh blouse will oerk
up your spirits as hot, weather
comes. Frequent sudsings keep
them lovely looking. 1 There's no nothing
thing nothing that will cause spirits-. o
droop more than' a wrinkled soil soiled
ed soiled blouse.
' r -,VV
"A" sun bather whn'hnlMi'a nU.
en tan will be tUe envy: of r h er
friends. Most .overdo themajsivea n
sun worship. As a result hey
turn lobster red or near :- black,
Acduirle a tan gradually1; Begin
with five minutes the first day and
add a few minutes to exposure
tme each day, . .-g -rt
I ,. in,.',, ,,
Saying "You're wrong." te ft
person .who has made a state statement
ment statement with which you disagree it
hardly the way to win 'friends
or sell your own Ideas.
There are mora tactinl wayi
f offering a different opialotu
iew Design modess is covered with in exclusive
new fabric, softer than fauze. It givei you more alv y
sorbency more comfort more protection.
Only New Design MODESJ offer such luxury, iuch
txi security. Always osa MODESS, the sanitary nap-
kin that prevents worries. 12 in each box.; v
Another high-quality product of JcUCllJcWCH
SATURDAY, AUGUST SI, 1957
the Panama American; an independent daily newspaper
T Answer to Previous Puzzle
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Olhors Gel Hew Jobs
l- New Malgnmenta for four Ar
my general oiilcers and retire
ment of one other were an
nounced Wednesday by Secre Secretary
tary Secretary v of -. the Army Wllber M.
' Major 1 General, Nathaniel A.
Burnell, II, commanding gener general,
al, general, 1st Region, TJ-S. Army Air
Defense Command,. .Fart Totten,
N.Y., will retire on August 31.
, Brigadier Oenral Robert N- Ty
son, artillery commander, XVIII
Airborne corps,' Fort Bragg, N,
C. hag1 been assigned to Head
quarters Eighth UJS. Army,, Ko Korea.
rea. Korea. He reporti to hit new post
in Novemoer. ...-i
Major General Thomas J.
ands. chief of staff.. Oiehth U.
S. Army, has been desienated
Commanding General, the Infan
jry .Division, eiiecuve septem
Major General jonn K. wa
erg, chief, U.s Military assis
tance staff, Yugoslavia, hag
been assigned to Headauarters.
U.S. continental -; Army com command,
mand, command, Ft. Monroe, -Va.. He wUl
report to his new post in j&n-
' Brigadier General William A
Harris, Artillery Command, 3d
infantry Division, f t penning,
Ga., 'has been assigned to the
XVIII Corps. Ft, Bragg. tN.O, He
will report to his new station inj
October. iUi ,.;.,.,
Three Man Race Cinch in Next
Chilean Presidential Election
i, RIOIMIIR 1UTHIRAN
A.- Deur schedule f or Lutheran
ervc?i on the Auanuc aide was
announced this week by the Rev.
Robert K. Giusick, pastor of Re
deemer Lutheran cnurcn in cai
hna. ' "l.-M ',-;-
liegranin -with this Sunday, all
service wdl be teld in the form former
er former chapel of Our Saviour's Epis-
cooal parish 'in New Cristobal,
' Third. Sv and iMelejidez Ave. Morn Morning
ing Morning worship will begin at 10:15
' a.nu , '. .,.
i The services' on the Atlantic
aide will be conducted by Eugene
, H. Dfnner, seminarian assistant,
, Who has been assigned to the
Paris,, r ',':.", ,
". Holy Communion will be cele celebrated
brated celebrated en thelgat Sunday, oXeye.ry
month, V", - -
, St. PAUL'S
Parish Organizations of. St
Paul's Church, have completed
plans for the sponsoring of this
year s King and Queen Contest
which1 will close with the annual
In connection with this affair
the Fiesta Journal will again be
printed. This year's journal, will
have additional feature of inter
est to all friends and members of
th Parish. 1
On this Sunday, aervices I Will
be as regularly scheduled.'
The Rev. Charles E.' Davu, Of
t. James' t Church,. Corn Island
Nicaragua, Will be the celebrant
at the o'clock celebration cf. the
Holy; Cbmntunton. ; (
,f ArclidejltOn Shirle;Witt
W ill .Other' services:?5" r
VWn abort em croquet fnaUeil"
Shot Af By Glrard
Souohl By Police
. TOKYO. Aug. St JPs Mae
btfht pistriet police searched to
day m two boys' reportea to nave
been shot at by U. S. Array Sp-3
WilUam S. Glrard .. o
The "Ottawa. 111., soldier's trial
for manslaughter in the fatal
shooting of Mrs. "Naka Sakai, a
Japanese, scrap metal collector i on
a U. S. army firing range" last!
Jan.- 30, currently is in recess
The prosecution charged Monday
that Girard fired, at three other
Japanese on the range the game
day Mrs. Sakai was killed.' The
three Toshizo Koyama, 26, Tatsuo
Kanai, 29, and Isamu Yadohara,
23 have been; called as prosecu
Japanese newspapers today quo
ted Koyama as saying.
; "The "boys appeared to be from
the old Soma village but I do not
rememDer their' faces," he said
UTatsUo Kanai and I were shot at
shortly after I met the boys.",! ,
Kanai Was quoted as saying:
"At about "10 a.m. Jan.- 30 two
beya f about-15 or 18 eame iiear
me and said, .'Mr. Yadohara was
SANTIAGO. Chile. Aug. 31 fUP
-r- A three-sided race for the pres presidency
idency presidency of Chile i was assured with
the announcement that Senator
Jorge Alessandri- has agreed to
run as the candidate of the United
The lyear-old senator, son of
the late Arturo Alessandri, the
grai.a old man of Chilean politics.
was also assured of the support of
tne LiDerai rany,, uijies other
right, wing political group. : :
ODDOsinc Alessandri in, the e
lection, scheduled for September
1958, will- be Senator Eduardo
Frei... Centrist Candidate,, backed
by his own National Jalange, the
Christian Democratic Party, t two
iscuonr oz ine Agrarian xaoor
Party and many Indepepdents.
shot- at-'by' -the American '-soldier
so-don't go near him (the soldier)
becaustt vtti ie dahcerous.'' Shortly
afterward he (the soldier) pointed
his gun at me- so I fell prostrate."
Girard contended in court that
he fired over the heads of the
shell pickers "to scare them" and
that Mrs, Sakai's death was an
accident -- '-.-
Sfasscn Says Russia,
To Arms Agreemenl
OTACtrrvrr'TrtWiii 'i txvo
Presidential disarmament adviser
Hajrold E, Stassnt said yesterday:
he still believes Russia and the
yiuicu oleics no tiracr iu an
arms agreement than at any time
since 1945. ,i.
Stassen told reporters, uoon ar
riving here from London that he
Old not believe Russia's initial
hostile reaction to the new West West-era
era West-era disarmament plan necessarily
was. conclusive. He said tha Krem
lin real reaction may not be
knows for several days:
The Russians, he noted, take
"very hard positions sometimes."
Stassen later reported on the
London arms talks at a 35-minute
WhiteHouse conference with Pres President
ident President Eisenhower and Secretary nf
State John- Foster Dulles.
"Neither Dulles -nor Stanssen
would, comment except to say that
Stassen woufa return to London
Monday and 'be on hand for a
resumption of the, U.N. disarma disarmament
ment disarmament subcommittee meetings on
The third candidate is -Senator
Luis Bossay, nominee of the left-of-center
Radical Party. -i
jln' paruamentary elections Held
in, March this year, the Radical
Party polled the largest single
number tfi votes of all the 17 con contesting
testing contesting parties -a total of 189,182.
In the same election," the; Conser Conservatives
vatives Conservatives polled 125,025 votes and
the Liberals 439,671- From -this
it would appear that '-Alessandri,
running as the ."jcandidate of the
forces of order," could poll some
260,000 votes; from the two right
wing parties- i ji, a :
No Comparative national voting
totals are available for Senator
Frel, who ran last March for a
Senate seat from Santiago, where
he polled the single largest num-
Der oi votes, ue was supported by
any members of such regular
parties as. the Liberal, as well as
Independents, -National Falangists.
Agrarian Lahorites and Christian
Democrats and his own National
however,, that ,in the presidential
race" he will again draw support
from. the same groups. ; -There
is a chance that the popul-
, UNION CHURCH
Tomorrow, the minister of the
Gamboa Union Church will sneak
on the topic "Another Dax.'V The
morning discourse, together with
readings. Braver and hvmns. will
be' appropriate to tha Sundav be-
iore .i,aoor way, ftev. walker M.
Alderton is "minister of. the church.
Morning worship begins at 10:40,
' ; t t
The officers of the Church have
announced that open house will be
observed on the evening of Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Sept, S, from S to 8.. A spe spe-cial
cial spe-cial invitation is extended to fm.
ilies recently, settled in Gamboa,
to meet the members of the con congregation
gregation congregation and to- enjoy refresh refreshment
ment refreshment in the church parlors.
KOL SHEARITH ISRAEL
AH members are hereby notified that the
Annual General Meeting and Election of
Officers; of KoShearith hrael WiIl,W.
held in the Community Hall of this con
gregation at Cuba Avenue and 36 Street
on September 2, 1957, at 8:00 p.m.x
ar action front, a' coalitionof left
wing groups including the Social-
ists, ropuiar socialists. Commu.
nists and left-wing Radicals, may
decide to nominate its own can candidate
didate candidate rather than supporting Bos Bossay,
say, Bossay, making It a four-sided con contest,
test, contest, i .,. ':
delightful. . danceable music
of ARMANDO BOZA d His OrclTeitr r
4 A i
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leatunng iiiuxujiKJfAS .vocaust,
Sept. 2, 3, Dote
For Odd Fellows
The 44th annual session of Di Di-"ict
"ict Di-"ict Grand Lodge No. 40, G.U.O.
of O.F. will he held S.nf 9 .nn
in the Three Sisters Lodge Hall, If
uucnero Ave., colon.
Delegates representing all the
Lodges of the G.U.O. of O.F. will
ue iu aiienaance. This year's ses
sion will be oresided
J. Anderson P.M.V.P. D i s t r i c t
All members of the order are
extended an invitation to observe
Sessions will start at 10:30 a.m
You'll enjoy every, minute
you spend both wining and
dancing in PANAMA'S
most modern BOITE.
Only 'the finest wines, liquor
and cocktail aerved.
Vj Tla 9. PORJUS aM lh it.
mmmmWw t Sam Fraaelaea la Caleta f.
ft. htfih IfmiM
H LlTTUid t-ix
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The young fellow who wonts to
; step into hit dod i shots should
remember thot dod didn't webr
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The rodionce of reel hoppineu . the lilt of joyous
living T' the loveliness of peoceM contentment?
TH! uri luunrui u'cHusirs criatiom
IAS UOBI ABOUT, IT SUNDAY
JO-SUNDAY SCHOOL (CIum lor til tjei)
In sahool absenteeism 4s a hinder an ce to progiess; like likewise
wise likewise in Sunday School regular, persistent study of the
Bible to essential for spiritual progress. Our school Is
r designed to help you to persistent Bible study. -"
10:40-LJESIJS'AN) THE FOUR HARVESTS"
There, are 4 appointment every man has' with deatiny.
t BAPTIST TRALMNQ UM0X
Biale prtneiplea are learned only when put to practice
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;7JD "THE BREAD AND WINE OP PlXiRLMAGE'
,T first Communion Service la found In tha Ola ,;
",V! !; Testament. LORD'S SUPPER, i
. aiL NURSERY SERMCE RADIO H0XO
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
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Have -fun with
your family and
pZocc in town.
Dance With the music of
Papiro Baker and his Trio.
. runt MifuiM tesding. U4-4oot
Wit VIS ais...;...sae4M
J kM. S saaaea.
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wot 1iSaM.i..;.. iat
You are cordially Invited
for, a demonstration ,o tha
fantastic Bell A Howell
Hi-FI raeorder Equipped I
with 4 loudspeakera.
? Arent.Dfstrilraten f'
' BELL A PawtLL 1
efulpme" t mim and
1J5 Central Ave.
Seasoned Sauce (
- Tuty combination of fresh and -ripe tomatoes,
paprika, onions, mushrooms, (or meat), salt and
spices. So simple to use; satisfies the most da da-licata
licata da-licata palate, fcfaggi Seasoned Sauce adds flavor
, f v.,
to an your favorite dishes.
Try tbia (Selicious Sauce
' with spaghetti, maati
omelets ai d sea foods.
Buy a fftWaCaaa todty-
r Sessoned Since
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rich, flaw -
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Electric service will be interrupted on Saturday,
August 31 from 11:30 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. on
Sunday in tha following sectors-:
v r -
Central Avenue: From J" Street to "H" Street
,16. West Street: From 17 West to "HM.;
17 West Street: From Central Avenue to J.B.
? Sosi' Street V. 'n
Aiicon Avenue: From T to "If' Street
X Street: From 17 West Street to EstudUnte
This inlerruptlprl will talte place in order to repair primary lines
in this area.'; ' ; ,'.-' -'.:. :;'.
ay Be Temipfed To' EfeflsiBmeg
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Milwaukee Beats Cincinnati
Cousins' For 15th Win In 17
:: . .''
j By MILTON RICHMAN
t JVEW YORK, Aug. 31 (U) It ain't exactly
'cricket, but the pennant-bound Milwaukee Braves
ijmay be strongly tempted to vote their Cincinnati
: ?cousins" a sizeable World Series slice when they sit
down to cut the melon about a month from now.
'i' No club in the National League
iias contributed more to the
MBraves present seven-game lead
fc'than the Redlegs, who have drop dropped
ped dropped 15 out of 17 to Milwaukee so
rtar tms season
'Every pennant-winner generally
mi Its favorite "patsy." Last
year, for example, ine juougers
l 1. 1 fiiJiM nr thai,
oitae ine vuus hu viiuuhii ..
Nn. 1 "whiDDlne boys" by taking
6 out of 22 games from each.
JAnd over in the first place New
York Yankees have beaten the
?As 17 times out of 20 this year.
"The Braves, used a barrage of
ur home runs last night i" de de-feating
feating de-feating the Redlegs for the eighth
Straight time, 9-5.
? Eddie Mathews, Carl Sawatski,
Frank Torre and Wes Covington
teach homered for Milwaukee as
jfeouthpaw Warren Spahn notched
J)jis 17th victory aiuiougn ne was
knocked out in the seventh. Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee manager Fred Haney had
'4a emnlov three pitchers in the
''ninth when the Redlees put to
tether four walks for their final
un but Taylor Phillips finally
Struck out Bob Thurman to end
Jthe game., Don Gross suffered his
Wlnth straight loss.
The Brooklyn Dodgers, stiR
rnuring a faint 'pennant chance,
tJiumbUd the New York Giants
.10-0 and Jack Sanford of the
J Philips beat the Pirates, 4 3,
i for his 17th triumph.
'Kansas City dimmed the White
Sox flickering pennant hopes a bit
more over in the American League
when Alex Kellner stopped Chica-
S, 3 1. iBoston rolled over
altimore, 8-1, Cleveland scored a
JlO-inning 6-5 victory over Detroit,
nd Washington stopped the Yan Yankees,
kees, Yankees, 4-2.
i Don Drysdale of the Dodgers
defeated the Giants for the seventh-time
in two seasons when he
Mopped them on three hits. Char Charley
ley Charley Neal got the Brooks off to a
Jtn-ei-ru jump whence homered
Wth wo on off Ruben Gomez Sin
jne second inning, uu noages ana
Carl Furillo added homers for
Del Ennis ninth-inning, sacrifice
fly scored Wally Moon with the
winning run in St. Louis' victory
.over Chicago. Wilmer (Vinegar
iBend) Mizell struck out 11 bat bat-in
in bat-in gaining hi sixth victory
while loser Moe Drabowsky fan fanned
ned fanned nine.
Granny Hammer drove in two
of Philadelphia's four runs, includ including
ing including what proved to be the. win winning
ning winning run with a fourth-inning dou dou-b'e.1
b'e.1 dou-b'e.1 Sanford held the Pirates to
eight hits, one of which was Dick
Showing at Your Service
DIABLO HTS. 7:00 GAMBOA 8:15
John Wayne "THE 7th CAVALRY"
Susan Hayward Sunday "Silk Stocking"
"THE CONQUEROR" r.ATUN 7 00
Cinemascope -Color! ultn
0 "UTAH BLAINE"
Sunday "Men In War" Sonday "Bundle of Joy"
MARGARITA 6:00 sTio CRISTOBAL 7:00
a Gordon MacRae Air-Condltioned.
a Shirley Jones Rock Hudson
"OKLAHOMA" Dana Wynter
ninemaScope-Color! "Something Of Value"
Sun. "The Conqueror" Also Showing Sun.-Mon.
BA I 11 A
. .Kit; -V
Hill Success Spoil Rock Hunter?
ALSO CONTINUOUS SHOWS SUNDAY Si MONDAY!
PARAISO f:15 7:40
"GREAT SIOUX UPRISING
"CREATURE FROM THE
CAMP BIERJ) 0:15 7:45
Qroat's seventh homer of the sea season
son season in the fifth inning.
Kellner struck out eight White
Sox batters and yielded only six
hits to heat' Bob Keegan for Jus
sixth victory. The Athletics gave
Kellner enough margin when they
scored two runs in the third in inning,
ning, inning, Vic Power doubling home
the first run and scoring himself
on Gus Zernial's single. It w a s
the White Sox' fourth straight set
back and left them 6Vi games De
hind the Yankees.
Bob Porterfield" of the Red
Sox pitched a six-hitler o v e r
the Orioles and was aided to hit
fourth victory by Jackie Jn-
snn'g two-run homer, lea Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, celebrating his 39th birth birthday,
day, birthday, managed only one hit in
five trips and his batting aver-
-.n dinned to .376.
Mantle collected his 34th homer
h tu nincles but they wereht
enough to keep Bobby Shantz
from suffering his fourth setback..
The Senators routed Shantz with
a three-run rally in the fifth that
featured a single and doubles by
Milt. Boiling, Rocky Bridges and
Eddie Yost. Southpaw Chuck
Stobbs notched his seventh vino
ry with relief help from Bud By
efAi' smith's double in the 10th in-
.nrd Vic Wertz with the
M.n that oavf the Indians their
tri.iinnh nvrr the Tigers. Detroit
tied the score at 4-all in the ninth
on Charley Maxwell's 22nd homer
with one on and tiun went ahead
u,ith run in the 10th. But three
hits, a walk and a aacrmce ena-
ma tha Trihe to come bacK wun
two runs in 4heir nair oi ine ium
as reliever VitOValentinetti pick picked
ed picked up his first A.L. victory.
WWW V ----- . 4AtL
BOXER'S PEATH PROBED
,y ARKRAPID Minn. JUP) -f
Doctors said; todiy .that a brain
hemorrhage caused th. .death of
14-y4ar-old Un cosieiio in ns"
school football practice Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday nigrt. The youngster was
knocked off his feet while holding
a blocking -dummy- and his head
struck the ground.
USC GETS ROSE
LOS ANGELES (UP) Swim Swim-mini?
mini? Swim-mini? nrosDects at the University
of Southern California soared to
day with the announcement inai
18-year-old Murrav Rose of Aus Australia
tralia Australia would esroll there next
month. Rose, winner of three gold
medals in the 1956 Olympics,
holds four world records from 400
meters to ,500 meters.
Center Theatres Today
2:30 4:30 6:30
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SANTA CRUZ 6:15 7:55
"STAGECOACH TO FURY"
MACARENA" BULL RING
SUNDAY, SEPT 1, 1957
4 BRAVE -BULLS
Tickets are an sale at tha
tbe "Concordia Drag Store. Starting today.
Bay your ticket new.
In Colon Ton ite
A riant basketball festival
will be held tonight in the
Claudia Lowe Gym of the A A-bel
bel A-bel Bravo Collere In Colon.
It will feature the PAAF
Armed Forces champions, the
Ft Clayton Cavaliers, pitted
against the champs or the
Panama Provincial League, the
fabulous Marlboro five.
. In a preliminary game, the
Margarita All Stars wUl meet
th Abel Bravo College five
who are the collegiate cham champions
pions champions of Panama.
On hand for the game will
be the 60th Army band. The
night promises to show a
thrilling exhibition of top
Th gates will open at 5:30
p.m. and the officials have
promised that plenty of park parking
ing parking space will be available for
(Based on 350 Official At Bats)
P and C C AB R H Pet.
Musial, St. L 121 468 75 159 .340
Mays, N.Y. 129 491 98 163 .332
Aaron, Mil. 123 505 97 163 .323
Groat, Pitt. 99 397 49 128 .322
Robinson, Cin. 123.503 81 161 .320
Schoendienst M 123 532 75 168 .316
Fondy, Pitt. 95 359 43 113 .315
Hodges. Bkn. 124 481 76 146 .304
Thomas, Pitt. 124 490 61 148 .302
Cimoli, Bkn. 116 431 69 130 .302
v ''(' '.,.v-
Williams,' Bos. 119 398 87 150 .376
Mantle. N.Y. 128 433 115 163 .376
Woodling, Cle, 112 352 62 119 .338
Fox. Chicago L 128 504 94 161 .319
Boyd, Balti. 'V l2a 415 62 130 .314
Skowron; 'N.Y. 113 418 52 130 .311
Doby, Chicago 105374 54 113 .302
Minoso, Chi. 126 466 82 140 .300
McDougald NY 119 460 79 138 .300
Malzone, (Bos. 126 522 64 155 .297
Sievers, Wash. 125 468 86 139 .297
Williams, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
Jensen, Red SoX
Minoso, White 'Sox
Minoso, White Sox
Schmidt, Cards V.
Donovan, White Sox
Today Encanto .35, .20
a Judy Holllday in
"FULL OF LIFE"
a Cornel Wilde in
Today IDEAL .20 .70
Lex Barker in
Tony Curtis In
Iberia Restaurant and at
NEW YORKi Aug. 31 (UP) -I
The Miami Marlins, by winning
the close eames. are once again in
the running for a playou spot in
the International League.
Miami, nwent a twin bill from
'Richmond. 1-0 and 3-2. last night.
to move into a fourtn place tie
with Rochester. Tom Qualters out-
Ditched the Vees' Jim Kite in tbe
10-innintf oDener to even his rec
ord at 11-11. Henry Mason secona
of three Miami pitchers in the
niehtcaD. received credit for his
fourth win. The Marlins have now
won four of their last five games,
all bv one run.
The Buffalo Bisons won twice
from Montreal. 4-3 and 4-2. to m
crease their league lead to a full
game over Toronto. Bill Serena's
fourth inning homer was the de
ciding blow in tne opener ana Kay
Noble homered in the 12th inning
to win the second contest.
In other games, Don Johnson
won his Utn as Toronto eagea
Rochester, 2-1, and Columbus
tripped Havana, 4-0, behind the
three-hit hurling of Jose Naranjo.
The standings and linescorei:
Now Oscar's Hunting Panthers
In The, Brazilian Matto Grosso
By OSCAR FRALEY
RIO DE JANEIRO. Brazil (UP)
The sauat. sun-stained little man
crouched and held an imaginary
rifle at the ready, his unwavering
brown eyes squinted as ifpeering
over the sights.
The cat," he DarKea, "wui
come at you last ana wun ine
uma deadly intent as one of your
New York taxicabs. You shoot and
"But 1, ne aaaea mauer-oi-factly,
"stand behind you. If you
miss, I shoot. I don't miss."
Thus did Joao Americo Peret,
(he white hunter of the Araguaia,
explain how he takes tourist hunt hunters
ers hunters far into the Brazilian jungles
of the Matto Grosso after jaguars,
cougars and black panthers and
manaees to bring them back alive.
The tourists, that is, not the cats.
Quite A Record
"I have never lost a hunter,"
he aserted proudly. "And this, is
not something of which one should
speak lightly when you considar
how. as you say, lousy shots some
of them are. Then there are other
thinss. such as the alligators and
piranhi (man eating fish) in the
rivers and tne mere matter oi ai
wavs stavine alive."
"Once," Peret said, reflectively,
"I shot an alligator .about 10 yards
from the boat and immediately
started paddling toward it be
cause I wanted the skin. Before I
could set to it. the piranhi stripped
it clean. They would do the same,
and have-to a careless man."
Peret. an iron-hard five footer
with tight, curly black hair, spent
six years in the Indian bertice
which tries a raise the standards
of the tattooed back-country sav
Stationed Oh Island
His post was a village on an is
land in tbe Araguaia River and.
since leaving the service -four
years ago, be has used the Island
as a base from which be conducts
You need little more than two
weeks to take a bunting trip into
the Matto Grosso with him. It s
only an overnight, flight from New
York in a Varig airliner to Rio.
Peret's two-week charge is $280
per person, with a minimum of
four hunters, and he furnishes ev everything
erything everything including tents and sup supplies.
plies. supplies. He'll even provide the guns,
charging extra only for the ammo.
Not only that, he'll guarantee you
LL Players To Get
E d u cations, Houses
Spot In IL
V YeiiMrday's Results
' (First Game, 7 innings)
Montreal , 003 000 0, 3 9
Buffalo 7 T 021 100 x 4 8
Darnell. Cristante (4 and Pig'
natano: Hahn, Nagy (3), Kume
(7; ana wonie. wf-JNgy, Lr-u&r
neu. HRS-Gentile, aerena,
(Second Game, 12 innings)
Montreal 000 001 000 pio 2 5
Buffalo 000 000 100 012 4 9
Harris. Vargas (11); Valdes (11)
and Pignatano; Craddock and As As-troth,
troth, As-troth, Noble (11). LP-Valdes. HRS-
Williams, Delgreco, Noble,
Toronto 010 000 '010 2 7
Rochester 000 000 001 1 6
Johnson and St. Claire; Loven-
guth. Russell (9) and D. Rickeots
LP-Lovenguth. HRS-Nelson, Green.
(First Game, ten innings)
Richmond 000 002 000 2 8 1
Miami 000 000 000 1 1 8
Kite. Dixon (1) and Waltington:
Qualters and McCullough. LP-Kite.
Richmond 00 002 000 2 8 1
Miami 000 010 02x 3 5 0
Wiesler and Watlington: Adams,
Mason (Q) Pitula and IBlaylock.
Columbus 000 300 001 4 4 1
Havana 000 0G0 00 0 3 1
Naranjo and Kravitz, Cuellar,
Scantlehury (9) and Izquierdo,
Garcia' (9). LP-Cueller. HR-Pow-
a cat-even if he 3haf:t6;brm ft
down over your shoulder ;with his
You can even say you shot It.
Peret is no tattle-tale.
Sugar Ray Took Big
Gamble Calling Off
Fight Vilh Basilio
GREENWOOD LAKE, N. Y.
(UP) Sugar Ray Robinson, who
beat the promoters for a $255,000
guarantee, asked this big question
today: "Now that the fight's on
again, can I get sharp enough in
three weeks to beat Carmen Ba
' The middleweight champion,
who returned to camp here Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night, admitted he had taken
a "double, gamble" last week wheu
be called off next month's million million-dollar
dollar million-dollar title defense against welter welter-weght
weght welter-weght ruler Basilio and interupt interupt-ed
ed interupt-ed serious training.
"First, I risked, losing' a big;
purse and having my title vacat vacated,"
ed," vacated," he said, "and second. .1
risked being dull against Basilio
and losing the1 title to hint. Re-
memDer, i lett camp on Aug. 18,
in nankin the first camble. he retrister
ed the the greatest financial vic victory
tory victory of his career Thursday before
ne agreea 10 go inrougr with the
nasiuo light at Yankee Stadium,
After 10 days of bitter disoute
with the International Boxing Club
and its ally. Theatre Network Tel
evision Inc., Sugar Ray was grant-
ea a guarantee or szu.ooo bv tnt
iur permuung me agnt to be
piped into theatres. That sum
coma boost his total purse to
Basilio. who rad remained in
training at Alexandria Bay, .N.Y.,
win mare l Koomson's holdout
victory; lor Carmen was given
guarantee of $110,000 by TNT.
REDLEGS SEEK WAIVERS
CINCINNATI fUPl Th. Pin.
1- a- picyucu iir
iuay 10 cut loose vtteran pitcher
Art Fowler, who has three wins
land no losess this year. They
asked waivers on Fowler ta make
room for Clarence (Bud) Podbie-i
lao, a former Redlegs pitcher re-1
vcuuj purcnasea rrom Seattle of
we racuic coast League.
ACKERS RELEASI FlVl
STEVENS POINT, Wii. (UP)-!.
End Frank Gilliam, a University
of Iowa hero ia the last Row
Bowl game, pas looking for an an-atrer
atrer an-atrer job ia pro football today.
I The Green Bay Packers asked
waivers on Gilliam and also re released
leased released tackle. Bob Dean of Mary Maryland,
land, Maryland, guard Jerry Smith of Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin a 3d linebacker Glenn Bes Bes-tor
tor Bes-tor of Wisconsin and Bob Schaef 1
MONTERREY. Mexico. Auc
31 (UP) Fourteen Mexican
teenagers who' won the Little
world Baseball Series in the
United States last week wjll
be given full college education
gratis by the cty of Monter Monterrey,
rey, Monterrey, it was announced today.
The Mexican boys received
tn8 golden trophy of the se series
ries series by President Eisenhower
in Washington Tuesday morn morning.
ing. morning. r j
Borsti'nr With bride over the
triumph of Its young citizens,
1. Guaranteed each one of
them scholarships for full col college
lege college educatidn through the
University of Nueva Leon;
2. Launched a subscription
campaign (to buy each boy a
house and lot for his family;
3. Started the ball rolling
for building a little league
baseball park unsurpassed by
any park In tha worlds
4. Made plans for a home homecoming
coming homecoming celebration ) tli at will
be of national magnitude.
The Mexican club won IS
games in the .United States
capturing the Mexican
Little League .. pennant., They
won the championship at Wili
liamsport, Pa, last week A'
Matitlt? Caii Jake
Over Batting Lead
NEW YORKAugV 3IfUP)U
Mickey Mantle, only ; fc-10ths
of. ay point behind- lii tom.
Hams In their battle for the
American League batitlnv, titlej
gets ,, an opportunity to take
over -tha leadership tonighp
when he faces Rus$ Kenimfr
r of Washington-; f
xaantie, ,w,he has Mf some of
his longest -wallops rit '6eria4
tor pitchers, collected his 34th
homer andtwv singles' ff
Chuck fobbs' and Bud Bfer.
ly yesterday to raise; hia bat batting
ting batting average to .3)?40- -Hh
T -'- 'r-t -:.f:i I' -.-.'a if'&tm
rWiliiams celebrated his itfa
birthday last night but man managed
aged managed only one infield hit in
five trips against Baltimore as
his average dipped to .37680.
He faces Skinny Brown of tha
, Orioles tonight.
m Here's how W 1 1 1 a ms and
G AB R
119 398 87
128 433 115
STILL COMING Pat McMur McMur-try,
try, McMur-try, Tacoma, Wash heavy, pur
an -. end to Bono Olson's career
via KO. And he kept his tltla
contender stock booming.
CAP IT OLIO
35c : 20c
' "Also: ;
, HIT AND BUN'
Spanish Pictures 1
TARDE DE TOBOS
PANCHO LOPEZ -1tb
L Pet. GB
48 .643 i
56 .563- T
56 .559 7Vi
63 .504 14
63 (.504 14
69 .473 18
75 .395 28
78 381' 30.
New York :
i. i Today's Games
New' York at Brooklyn 1
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia V.
St. Louis at Chicago
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N
New York; -; ,000 000 0000 3
Brooklyn; .,030 330 01x-10 12
GomezV d4-lll. Monzant. Cons-
taDie, wiier ana rnomas, natt.
nrysaaie (u-i) and Campanella,
St. Louis 000 000 101-2 7 1
Chicago 000 000-1001 $ 0
Mizell (6-10) and Cooper.:
Drabowsky (9-13) and Neeman,
Pittsburgh 002 010 0003 8 0
Philadelphia 211 000 OOx 4 10 0
Law (10-8). Arroyo., King. Face
ana t ones.
Sanford (17-5) and Lopata. Lon
(Night Game) 1 y.
Milwaukee 212 001- 012 9 11 1
Cincinnati 030 000 0115 8 1
Snahn f!7-8). McMahon. row-
bridge, Phillips and Sawatski.
Gross (4-9),' Sanchez, Klippstein,
Acker and Bailey. i J
m ev a a a mir- :
Et& Dsfid-sJ May". &m jf
TODAY I MIDNIGHT SHOW1 f :
1 at I CHARLTON HESTON In
11:00 p.m. I "BAD FOR EACH OTH ER'r
hhhJ TOMORROW & LmB-j
THE NIGHT THE TOWN
WITH A ROPE!
THE DEEP BLUB
- SEA 'S
. -Al8o:-,'j': ',
i American League
i earns w i m.t
New yOTk K 46 Ml
Chicago :i,i5 52 .591
Bpston. ? 'S8 SO .535
Detroit' 3 66 '.402
Cleveland"' T s .488
BalUmore o 66 476 u
Kansas City f ; o 06 3fll, 3l
wumngton, ; 49, 78 ,.388
J "p1- ;Amarieaay Laagua
' Detroit; at rleveland (N) '
.Boston atBaltimore N). A'
... Washington- at New York. fK)
- ChfCf" t Kansas City (JN)
Washington 000 130 000 4 i
New York 000 101 000 z 10 7
1 f 1 r"
J Stobbs" (7-17)'. Bverly and
gerald, Berberet, .t
Shantz (10-4), Cjcotti and Barn.
(Night Game) 7 ; v
Detroit 000 2O0TDO2 lg -1 a
Cleveland 300 100 000 28
Heeft. (6-9). iBunnina and Wnni
McLash, Valentinetti fl4)) ai
Boston 100 005 020811 1
Baltimore 000 000 001 1 a
Porterfield (4-4) andDaley,
Loes (llr7), Lehman. Walker and
Chicago 000 100 0001
Kansas "City 002 000 01x-3
Keegan (9-7) and 1 Lollafi -Kellner
(6-5) and 'Smith.
SPECIAL ATT ACTION f
V I C T O RI A
THE 49th MAN
, t Also: --
H SB tmmm
I A sua
fer af Wichita.
he Manama American an iwdltmiuiLiU datit wuvaiArEn
SATURDAY, AUGUST $1, 1957
CROSSING HIS BRIDGES
f fill Jttmi
US Davis Cup Fathers
Hot Dog King
tion down here." he
MwiftiLiANEaa' (OT-JlBWerly M for a while but then
tlnited states left a tewlis player
nami'BofrlEalkenburg off its
Davii Cup 4eam 10 yean ago and
it ;at?a Vtdecision which not only
alferedj tfie ; course of Ahe young
ai'Ilif'but in the, procesa in-troducecl:-the
:hot dog stand to
Bbb.and bJs brpther, Tom, were
ranked among America'a top stars
ai urVin Ttnh win inubbed bv
I thfti -aelection. committee to go
'Mewtiunder'r and recapture the
love set-silverware So Bob barn barnstormed
stormed barnstormed Brazil, met and married
one of the local belles, wound up
playing on the Brazilian Davis
Cup team and finally went into
the short order restaurant busi
Today he is the hot dog king
Misses Tthe States
we,Uted v m
I decided to go into business in
Rio. I played on the Brazilian
Davis Cup team in 1954 and 1955
but haven't played since."
Instead, he became the South
American Ellsworth Vines
switching from tennis to golf, t
''There are. quite a few good
golfers in Rio, although therr are
only two clubs,- and I like compe competition,"
tition," competition," he analyzed. "So I decid decided:
ed: decided: tQ try my. hand at golf."
"Of course I miss the states,"
explained the towering young
man who still retains his boyish
xhuberance. "But the business
opportunities are here and I have
three places which are going
Strangely enough, for a man
who got hit start in tennis, dark-
haired Bob hasn't handled a rack
et in two years.
'IThere just isn't any competl
A Tale Otf Sam Snead
As usual, Bob did real well. So
well that, a scratch player, he
has won the Rio city champion
ship the past two years. These
days his eyes light up talking
about golf the way, they used to
snine when he discussed tennis:
They're still mumbling in Rio,
incidentally, about a visit by
Sam Snead two years ago. It
seems that Sam went out the first
time he saw the course and broke
the course record with a 64.
When everybody raved about that
performance, Sam shrugged,
"bhucks, ah'll do better'n that to tomorrow."
morrow." tomorrow." Sizeable bets were of
fered which Sam snapped up. So,
me nexz aay, ne went out and
shot a 63 and picked up the boodle
or.as they say here, "muy cru cruzeiros."
- By HARRY GRAYSON
SEATTLE (NKA WhiW' the
'Giants are busy, trading in the
Polo Grounds lor seals stadium,
the Eighth Avenue subway for
cable cars and Toots Shor for the
Ton of the Mark, Ford Fnck, com
missione:- nf baseball, and others
talk of the need for a third major
But fans in Seattle. Sacramento.
San Diego, Portland anj Vancouv Vancouver,
er, Vancouver, i all auite likelv to be without
professional baseball next year,
are too busy v dismissing Pacific
Coast League owners as small men
who Iscked imagination and. cour courage
age courage to care...
For in 1951, .the Coast League
was in excellent, position to be-
come a third major league on its
own' without, a waiter o fljaiiey
or (Horace .stoneham stepping in,
As Stoneham and O'Malley prac
tically write their own ticnets lor
the coast' stadiums are being
huilt in aan Francisco and Los
Angetes with taxpayers' money at
bargain basement deals the man
0" the street in other coast cities
asks why th Coast League owners
didn t Ko through with the pro
gi..a they started by obtaining
Open classification and giving play
ers the right to be exempt irom
the big league draft.
That was the first step toward
making the Coast League bi g-
time. Club owners out here seem seemed
ed seemed to have everything needed,
Fellows such as Philip K." Wrig-
ley of Los Angeles, Bob Cobb of
Hollywood. Paul ragan of ban
Francisco, Brick Laws of Oakland,
Bill Starr of San Diego and
George Norgan of Portland had
hsen through the boom years after
World War II. And all were big.
league.' wealthy. .
Who Needs A Cheerleader ?
EDITOR'S NOTR: This Is the
first of a two part look at Fred
Hany his MMwauku Braves
and the reason for their big lead
in National League rae.)
Sy JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) Fred Ha
ney leaned back as the hotel grill
roou waiter put his order in front
him. Thir was the manager, you
were told at the start of tho sea
son, who was- over-cautious and
crippled the Milwaukee Braves
with his bunting strategy.
He was also the shaky boss of
a clique ridcied ban club that had
blown a pennant last year be.
cause they were considering rebel rebellion
lion rebellion when they weren't throwing
to the wrong base or qhoking up
in key games against teams like
But all this seemed fiction as
Haney sipped his drink and talk
ed of the lead his Braves have
on the rest oi the National League
a lead that now figures to stand
up the rest of the way.
"No," he was saying. "I don't
think I've done anything different
than I was doing all last season.
I still m..ke mistakes. There was
a game the other day, I don't
remember where it was just now,
but I went out to the mound in
the ninth inning and told my
pitcher I wanted the batter to hit
a fast ball. I didn't want any
thing else thrown. So he hits the
fast ball and when we get into
the clubhouse I tell them, 'That's
my game. I blew that one.'
"I'm not any tougher than I
was last year and I'm not any
easier. We did put in lot of
work durine the soring. On little
things. When to cut off or let the
ball go through. When to back up
a throw ana where, raice a good
lead and start fast. We're taking
extra bases now we never did be before.
fore. before. That's what'a helping us.
"There's none of this getting
excited. 1 don't blow my head.
You do it. then these kids I got
along the bench will do it, too.
and then where are we?
"Take Henry Aaron. He popped
off about pitchers throwing at
him so- much. I 'went to Aaron
and I told him, 'Don't you do
that again. The next time any
body asks you about pitchers
throwing at you, show them those
nice white teeth of yours and
tell them ar long as they keep
throwing and you keep hitting
'T rfaneV.ithe Bravest lead Is
a logical thing that requires no
hnastinif. Nor does it call for a
recapitulation of the troubles his I
players were naving wun ecn
othe last season. The notion is
Haney Htraightened the matter
out, but he refuses to mention
that or the fact the club he in inherited
herited inherited from Charley Grimm had
been hundled too easily. He is
t tne kind of a guy who sends a
ran in on ativbodv.
But when somebody asked if
the lack of a holler guy on his
club still hurt, he grimaced.
"A holler guy. . .a holler guy
is when you re out for a major
letter,'' he said. "We have 25 peo
ple p aying baseDaii tor money.
We donU holler. We play. Do you
call the way the guy moves out outfielders
fielders outfielders for me hollering?
"Frank Thomas is at bat in the
ninth and it's a 0-0 game in Pitts
burgh. He hits to left Held, so tne
outfielders swing over there. But
know that Thomas liKes to go
to riaht now and then. And with
that screwy wall they have there,
a hit goes lor three oases easily.
didn t want any runner on
'So the second baseman turns
aroun'l and moves the kid I have
in' right over, a bit. Thomas hits to
right, but now it's only -a single
and we win tne game, i aon i can
that cheer leading. That's just
playing baseball, which is what
they guy does -;
He was talking about Red cho cho-endienst.
endienst. cho-endienst. the second baseman who
does the little things Haney likes
and does the big things, too. So
well that everybody is forgetting
there was a Milwaukee team that
finished second. ,'
' 'JhanMi Stjwsjhoa'
They had the population and
the buftic mechanism to become
big league had been set up, There
seemed no reason why it wouldn't
happen. Then the owners missed
the bda. i
Take 'Sea ftle, 'for example. The
Rainier are ; owned by EWer
Sick, a brewer who could bujld a
stadiuu easily if he could land a
big league.frarichlse. Seattle, with
more' than a" million people -in the
immediate f'raa. now figure to be
without organized baseball be because
cause because Sick says he' ll not Interest Interested
ed Interested in Operating anything below 0 0-pen
pen 0-pen or Triple- A Classification and
there won't be much Toont for this
caliber, next, season, ; : i
Even At Horse Races
.- OSCAR FRALIY
RIO DK JANEIRO (UP) I'm
m my way, today toward becom
Inf a South- American Wend
along the liaetpf Pittsburgh Phil
and the man who broke the bank
at Monte Carlo.
1 -went 'to- the racer and broke
ven.- -; y-i "-
This', in itself, can be classed as
one of 4he letdim upsets of the
year. -And, while it may be' gild
ing tne iiiy a bit, such a magniii
cent performance at the mutuel
-windows should, even if it isn't,
b the talk- of the -Jockey Club of
x So today -Tit let you U on the
two-part tecret of how to "beat
the races in Rio to that you. too.
can hreak evea if It so happens
pat you, loo, need the money..
i ..- v.- -
. ".The OovWo Pmroquititos
First of all, for the only time
In history, I couldn't understand
the toots. They speak only Portu
guese. Mine is not only very lira
ited but actually noa existent.
seeonav you nave to be as
homesick a a Carolina coon dog
Jn a Manhattan- apartment house.
The way thi second part works
fut fa thia. In practically every
aee all -of the horses but one
save a' SprnUh or Portuguese
handle such as, let's say, Gastro-
nemo. iou know, to begin with,
The leagne had only1 one weak
spot Sacramento. And if Oak Oakland
land Oakland was considered such,-the sit situation
uation situation was remedied when the
franchise -was1 moved to Van
, ..,. v.- -;. ..
As recentlr at two' yeaifr ago,
there still was a chance. V'The
league could' have been,' made
much- stronger, by taking in Den Denver,
ver, Denver, which the American Associa Association
tion Association qjickly gobbled up from -the
Western League. v i v
But the Coast' League Srorkers
weakeiied after' making : their
plans. Trstead of building farm
clubs and tanging onto players,
they md contracts with major
leagua clnbt- and took; optioned
players. They went- minor- league
at every twt.t and the fans became
So, bow- -only ..two -clubs are
drawing Sn Francisco because
it W on top and Vancouver, where
the g tm- is still, novel and peo people
ple people out here are wondering -what's
going to happen tiext. ;y
. fiig -kagtie bei"f iroild-
'it into the territory started-4
Giants on their way. Sports writ writers
ers writers in Los Angeles and San FraB FraB-cisco
cisco FraB-cisco begau to clamor for major
league bilL Customers -followed
suit. The f:i.al h'ow was the tele televising
vising televising of big.'ltaguc tames into
the-area twice 'week. -- :
So now it U th Ssa- Praneisco
Giants. Let Aageles Dodgers and
goodbye Picifie-Coast 'League
H minor league basebatt Is to
surviva out here, there will have
to be-a rcsorrectioat of tho' old
Northwestem League And the
birth of a league -of lower classi classification
fication classification i Southerm California.
Prrtiioi it ic all food hticinu
even. I M n somethiaf named i but the far wettera (aa will nvr
Oh,-Johnny, and that got mo off! forget or forgive the men who
Then, too, for the benefit of the
homesick plunger, each race
seems to have one animal with aa
English name. That's the one on
which you bet.
in ine nrsi race it was a nag
called Mischief, which may mean
something else in Portuguese but
wmcn noynood memories told me
was. a fine steed, indeed. So with
the sporty nonchalance of a Texan
in fiva and 10 cent tnr I
tossed down 100 cruzeiros. I Uh
like a big spender but some remJ
nant of honesty forces me to ad admit
mit admit that 100 cruzeiros is roughly
$1.30. Still, I felt like a big gam gambler.
bler. gambler. Really. - .,-
2t-Longth yictory :
I watched with superior calm at
Mischief- won by 20 lengths. Why
I even stopped yelling at the jock
ey to "oeit mm again" when he
was two or three feet from the
wire. You could hear me ever the
race caller, wno sounds like a to
bacco auctioneer at a bog calling
contest. Never in the historr of th
Jockey Club of Brazil, which is
Belmont Park sirreo4e4by
mountains, have they had so much
action for $1.30. - ;
Needless to aay. to anyone wha
knows OKI Fearless, I didn't
sweep the card or I might have
done evta better than "break
PRONGHORNS TAKR A
LOT OF FOOLING
By WARREN PAGI
The prongohorn antelope gets
good start in life as far as coping
with a hostile environment is con con-eerned.
eerned. con-eerned. and while over 25,000 an-
telope will run into sudden death
from hunters' bullets in Wyoming
this fall, the bucks will still take
a bit of hunting and rat as worthy
trophies. After all, this is a critter
that can walk hours after birth
and out-run a man on the fourth
day of life, go at upwards of 50
miles per hour when full grown
and spot movement across the
prairie as well as a man with good
He is pretty well equipped de defensively.
fensively. defensively. In the past, meat-hunters played
on the fatal curiousity of the ante antelope
lope antelope tribe,, tolling them into range
by waving a flag of bright cloth.
Either antelope are becoming less
curious or that old gag is known
by all, because it now works only!
in unhunted areas.
Usually the hunter haa to lo locate
cate locate hia buck for afar a trophy
buck is always distinguished by
dark horns, heavy at the base,'
carying a well-defmied prong
wtthout the buck's spotting mm,
and thes carefully stalk.
Antelope hunting, as distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished from the dishonorable "sport"
of running down the bunch with
a fast jeep or pickup, is real hunt hunting.
ing. hunting. The smart antelope enthusiast
never tops out over a ridge sud suddenly.
denly. suddenly. He eases over the skyline
carefully, 7X or 8X binoculars
working. He remembers that when
bedded down during the midday
hours antelope are hard to see,
that hard-hunted sections will
have the greatest antelope popula population
tion population well out onto open flats, seld
om near the brushy draws that
may conceal a hunter. If he uses
a car at all, he may use it as a de
coy, dropping off the back side
out of sight, letting the carmove
off carrying the antelone s atten
tion while he sneaks closer through
jsctoryc haracteristicst hat come
with over 2700 foot seconds of muz
zle velocity. He 11 try to sneak in
for standing shots. If he must shoot
at a running buck he ll remem
ber thata length or more of lead
is needed on a buck traveling all
out, and will know that the though
little prairie goat, hit hard, can
still spurt dust for a half mile be
. "'S T '"digestion Un't the hook for the rest of an up and'had ths third. major league in
going to be too lough to beaLI down afternoon.
'their grirp.jthea passed it op.
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C L AS S I F I E D
THIS SPACE 1S FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-6740 1
. I Mr-r 1 t .,'' -Til v,;,f.' Sf:
FOR HINT: 3 b.droom houM,
living room, dining room. ""
room, at C.rr.iquilli.
Umn ThMtrt. Phen 3-1305.
FOR RENT: Nw eliilel, 3
txdroomi, Irving-dining room,
maid room, porch and gang.
Corr.tr Patoo Cineu.nt.nario
and 7th Ava. Coco del Mar (San
' Francisco) T.I. 3-3005.
' laldwin'i furniahad apartmanti
, ,t Santa Clara Beach. Telaphono
Smith, Balboa 3fi&1.
PHILLIPS Oeaaniida Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phono Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-U73.
AGAIN ratarvation availabla at
Shrapnel'., Santa Clara Beach.
Phone Thompion, Balboa 177Z.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
Beach Home. Phone Balboa
2830, nine to twelve noon, Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday.
FOR RENT: Furnished room
with all conveniences. Ave Peru
34 front of (La Copa)
FOR RENT: Rooms in the city,
$5.00 and, $7.00 w a e I y
Apartments, $30.00 and room,
$22.50. Sabanas. Phone 3-0850,
FOR RENT: COMMERCIAL
SITE IN BUILDING JUST BUILT,
MINISTRY OF THE TREASURY.
APPROXIMATELY 400 SQUARE
METERS OF SPACE. FOR INFOR INFORMATION,
MATION, INFORMATION, Q U IJ A N O 8TH
STREET NO. 5-30PHONE 2 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Locale for office
or store on B. Avenue No. 100,
opposite 5th of- May Plasa,
$ 1 50.00. For information, 8th
street No. 5-30. hono 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Locale for office,
above "Case Yoho'ros," East
22nd street No. 2. 50.00. In Information
formation Information "Casa Yohoros" or
Quijano, 8th street No. 5-30.
FOR RENT: Locale, above Ti Ti-breria
breria Ti-breria Preciado," $30.00. For
information, 8th street No. 5-30.
FOR RENT: Locale, for office,
B Avenue No. 13 A-33. $45.00.
For information, 8th street No.
5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Space for office.
Compania do Seguro building in
Campo Alegre. Air conditioned,
elevator, cleanerman, big space
for parking 26 M2. Tel 3-0136.
RODELAG Tel. 3-7318
A BaeslcaJ that rock It way from Greenwich Vil Village
lage Village to the Cha.naps Etraeea. .. Fred's the faahloa photo photo-:
: photo-: graph er who tranooroaa Aadrey from a plain Jane book
clerk to the teas ( the high fashion world. There's Gersh Gershwin
win Gershwin ntnaic, a PaHalan love af faar and some of the most ez ez-ettlnf
ettlnf ez-ettlnf daAcing that twer exploded arooa the screen. This
wemderfml nietmro OTLSg ON WEDNESDAY. 4th AT THE
CXXTBAX. .. ..
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ATTENTION, a I.I Joaf yi
modern furniihed apaitmenta, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apart-'
' apart-' ment, living room, dining room,
maid'a room with bathroom, hot
water installation, garage. Euse Euse-bio
bio Euse-bio A. Morales No. 5, $115.00.
For information, 8th street No.
5-30, Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
porch, garage, hot water, modem
and large en "J" street El Can Can-greo,
greo, Can-greo, 2 blocks from "Colegio La
Salle," $85.00. For information,
8th street No. 5-30. Phone 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718. 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,
maid's bathroom, $65.00. East
467 street No. 44, corner of
Colombia street. For information,
8th street No. 5-30. Phone 2 2-2713.
2713. 2-2713. FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, wash tubs, new concrete
building, "CHICHI." East 17th
street No. 6-56, $50.00. For
information 8th street No. J-30.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apart-.
. apart-. ment, living room dining room,
FURNISHED with light, gas,
telephone, Sabanas No. 172,
$70.00. For information, 8th
street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment screened military inspected
one and two bedroom. Call Pa Panama
nama Panama 2-3065.
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre,
very attractive one room ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency apartment. Hot water.
Opposite El Panama. Call 3 3-1789.
1789. 3-1789. FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment. 13th street
(new number 90th street) No.
16, Via Porras. Phone 3-2457.
FOR RENT: Cool, modern
apartment, recently, painted, 2
bedrooms, garale, San Francisco.
V pbo"P 3;38?2.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Sea view. Be Bella
lla Bella Vista. $150.00. Tel. 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military inspected. Via Po Porras
rras Porras No. 99. Telephone 3-2068.
FOR RENT: Very cool comfor comfortable
table comfortable three bedroom apartment
with porch, two principal bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, maid's room and bath, hot
water, garage etc. Second floor
apartment Bella Vista. Rent
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apart-bachelor.
bachelor. apart-bachelor. Via Belisario Porras
FOR RENT: Cool furnished
apartment to couple without
without children, $65.00. Via
Porras No. 120, beside Roosevelt
Theatre. Overlooking SAS Com Commissary.
missary. Commissary. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Apartment, 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, screened. Via Porras 56,
$60.00. Key apartment 7, call
Tel. 2-2316, 3-0234.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedroom, living, din dining
ing dining room. Independent service.
San Francisco 16th Street, near
LEAVE TOUR AD WITH ONE OP OUB AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 1S-S7 UTREiET.TAN AMA- tlBBEKIA PREqADflL 'VSrPKN OM
WTERNAU Sfc PUBUCACIONES-No. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO-C.ntral Ave. 45 LOVRDES, 'HABMACX-1M L lSu!iIlt,tVi
BARDO No 26 "BM Street MORRISON-4th of July Ave. A J St. LEWIS SERVICE A ve.'Tlvoll No, 4 PABMACIA ESlADOSr NUM)8-J4 Ave
KARMACW LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J7 f do la 0a Ave. No. 41 rOTO DOMT-Justo Arosemena Ave .and JB 81 'BBJ":iJJ
VAN-DEB-JIS-5b Street No S9 FARMACIA EL BATURBO Parqne Lefevte I Street FARMACIA HAS" VU Porraa 111 MOVEDADES ATH1S
the Bella Vista Theatre. O COLON: Central Avenue 12,165 Tel. 432 ; ' ".
SALE OR TRADE: 1956 Ply Ply-month
month Ply-month 4-door, good condition.
Balboa. Phone 3471.
FOR SALE: 1957 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. 1 1 Ancon.
FOR SALE: BEAUTIFUL 1956
CHYSLER IMPERIAL, 2-DOOR,
HARD TOP, (DUTY FREE). RED
AND WHITE WITH harmo harmonizing
nizing harmonizing LEATHER. ALL EX EXTRAS,
TRAS, EXTRAS, INCLUDING AIR CON CONDITIONING.
DITIONING. CONDITIONING. EXCELLENT CON CONDITION.
DITION. CONDITION. A REAL BARGAIN.
SEE AT CIVA S. A. (PONTIAC (PONTIAC-CADILLAC
CADILLAC (PONTIAC-CADILLAC AGENCY.)
FOR SALE: 1951 Tudor- eyl.
Pontiac. Duty free, radio, WW
tires, reasonable price, cash only,
Panama 3-0010 Mr. or Mrs
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebakar
runs good, looks good, cheap.
FOR SALE: Buick, 4-door se sedan,
dan, sedan, 1949, Dynaflow, 37,000
actual mileage. Clean apparance;
new battery; good tires; one
owner. $375.00 cash. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3064. House 0530-A,
FOR SALE: 1957 Fairlane
"500" 4-door Town Victoria,
radio, safety pack, B. U. lights,
W.S.W. Phone 5-362.
FOR SALE: "Snaxxy Mercury
Monterrey" '54 Tudor H. T.,
lowered', power brakes, radio
marcomatic drive, mallory igni ignition,
tion, ignition, beautiful and In top con
dition. Below blue book price.
See at 2212-C Curundu or call
Cur. 4193 orhoa3797.
FOR SALE 1 WrjMorria Minor
2-door sedan,-Jiew Wires, excel- -lent
condition,' sell to highest
bidder. Tel. Gamboa 6-531.
FOR SALE: 1957 Buick Special
Riviera, 4-door, Dynaflow, ra radio,
dio, radio, 2 tone paint and custom
interior. This car is a real buy.
356 Apt. 1 1 Ancon, behind
Ancon Masonic Temple.
FOR SALE: Hudson Wasp.
1952 4-door, Cream 2 tone,
wsw, excellent. 552B Curundu
FOR SALE: 1956 Lincoln
Premiere wsw tires, power win windows,
dows, windows, seat, brakes, black cloth,
with leather upholstery and softy
belt. All whife. Will consider
trade. See at 508 Curundu Hts.
Call 83-5193 after 4:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1932 Ford coupe.
Mercury engine $300.00. 1935
Ford Sedan Asis $40.00. Elto
1 2 Vi housepower outboard
motor $160. Complete oxygen
acetylene welding outfit $250.
Delta professional Jig Saw $55.
60 cycle electric refrigerator
$125.00. Electric air compressor
complete for painting $200.00.
3 p.c. livinqroom set $150.00.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet,
210 sedan, two tone, powerglide,
low millage. Call 83-2126 after
4:00 p.m. or see at Qtrs. 554
155 Central Ave.
TRANSPORT! BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shippers Movers
hones 2 -2451 J52
Learn Riding ot
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding Jumping Claaaes dairy
3 to 5 p.aa. Phone 2-2451
0? saVf 4rfw4alaa)lsat
Gibraltar Ufe Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL ranaaaa r-oSSJ
Fall claaaes begin Oct. 1st
lnciade Ballet, Tap. Toe,
Women's elaaes and tnm-
' bUng for "Little Gays."
. For all Information -Call
The FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Mercado El Ray, offers
efficient filling of prescriptions
and home delivery service. Phone
3-minufe car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of -cars
$5. Auto-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
Tho best dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, drill and
bar. Hotel Internacipnal "Pla "Pla-la
la "Pla-la S do Mayo.
In order to better serve our many
friend's in Panama and the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, we have moved our
ahop. FOR BETTER THAN EVER
SERVICE, CALL U. S. TELEVI TELEVISION,
SION, TELEVISION, Panama 3-7607. TV, Ra Radio,
dio, Radio, Hi-Fi, Antennas, Transmit Transmitters,
ters, Transmitters, Inter-Comm. and all elec electronic
tronic electronic equipment. .Write our new
telephone number down so you
will not forget it.
CZ Airborne Assn.
To Hold Formal
The Canal Zone chapter of the
Airborne Association will hold a
meeting on Wednesday evening,
at the Fort Kobbe NCO Club, at
Dress for the occasion is infor informal.
mal. informal. Applicants must be, -or have
been, airborne qualified either as
parachutists or gliderists, and be,
or have been, assigned to a U. S.
Military Unit. The club is hoping
to add many new members at this
meeting at Fort Kohbe.
The present unit, formed in con conjunction
junction conjunction with the International
Airborne Association, Inc., started
in February of this year, with Ma Major
jor Major Olin E." Smith as president.
., The international organization,
now Bearing jij third yearv has
its own magazine. Tho Airborne
Quarterly, as welf at a' newslofcr
ter, The Airborn News. ;
; The organization" lists eieht main
objectives. Among them art per-
r i i ii : .. i
peiuauuu ui me irauiuous oi me
Airborne and fitting 'commemora 'commemoration
tion 'commemoration of the memory of airborne
troopers who have given their
lives in defense of their country.
Anyone wishing turtner informs
tion about the .forthcoming meet
ingl or about their eligibility for
entering into membership, is ask asked
ed asked to contact Major Smith' at 84-
Al Kobbe Library
Birds' nests, leatherwork, and
unusual coins are among the i-
tems on display at the Fort Kob
be Library this month, as Mrs.
Naomi Wolfe, chief librarian, and
ner assistant,. Mrs. June Overson,
have completed a display entitled
"Have a Hobby."
The birds' nests, one of the
most unusual items m the exhibi exhibition,
tion, exhibition, are on loan from Rex Chase.
a resident of Fort Kobbe. The coin
collection, spanning many lands
ana many ages, is another high highlight.
light. highlight. Many new books, as well as a
number of classics rfofllinir with
various hobbies, are on display in
conjunction with the main theme.
The latest pxhihit is another jn
the Kobbe Library's long line of
interest-drawine disnlava ralmlat.
ed to open new vistas of reading
eujoymeni ior tnose on post.
Says He'll Run
NEW YORK- mvr.n i n
(Happy) Chandler of Kentiickv
bju loaav np win run f,r nM.i
dent of the United States in i960,
Chandler toM- nowamAM nn v;
return from Europe aboard the
liner Libert that hi in
- ...a tiui mm m
enor ends in 1959.
'If I am in good health I expect
tO enter the Drsir1ntil nnmin
he said. r
Pointing to his unsuccessful bid
for the presidential nomination at
the 1956 Democratic convention,
he said, "I got 36W votes. I was
earnest about it. I'm a serious
FOR SALE: Clearance 3
days to go. Noventies of all
kinds, ceramic, costume jewerly,
cameras, ; : beersteins, picture
frames,; leather goods," Sheaf far
desk 'sets, ball point pens, and
many more items way below cost.
Matmor, Ave. Central 122 next
to Felix Maduro.
FOR SALE; Save money! Buy
Clayco blocks, 4" x 12" a 12".
They are economical,' light and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clayco t Alfareria, S. A.,
Via Espana No. 37-48. Phone
FOR SALE: Fodder air condi conditioner
tioner conditioner new, still in crate, A h.p.
FOR SALE: Oversized youth
bed, good condition, 2-3790.
ATTENTION COCQLI: Ann Lat Lat-tin's
tin's Lat-tin's School of Dance reopens
September 3rd (Tuesday). Re Register
gister Register August 20th and 27th, 2
to 5 p.m. Cocoli Clubhouse Stu Studio,
dio, Studio, second floor. Residence
phone Balboa 2-44 1 5.
FOR SALE: Choose Clayco
blocks. They are economical,
light, durable and do ftot crack.
Sizes: 4x12x12" $121.80 per
net thousand, 5x12x12" $175 $175-50
50 $175-50 par net thousand, 6x12x12"
$180.00 per net thousand.
'Cia de Productos de Arcilla, S.
A.". Via Espana No. 37-49.
FOR SALE: Commercial garage
type battery charger; 2 Vi kilo kilowatt
watt kilowatt olectric light plant, 8 m.m.
movie camera and projector;
Zenith transocianic radio. Miscel Miscellaneous
laneous Miscellaneous garage tools and fur furniture.
niture. furniture. Come and make an offer
as I have been ordered out.
Phone Pedro Miguel 333, house
FOR SALE: American transfer-
red to Near East will aell 1 1 ft.
GE refrigerator, Norga gas stove,
GE television console, Zenith radio-phono
- console, 1 955 Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth Belvedere station wagon
and furniture. Telephone 3-
6563. .' '
First Lady Released
From Hospital, Says.
I Feel Pretty Good'
WASHINGTON, Aug. 31 (UP)-
Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower was dis
charged from the hospital vester
day but the White House said she
and the President would not be
gin their belated vacation until
after the Labor Day weekend.
Mrs. Eisenhower flashed a
broad smile and announced she
was feeline "orettv ood" as she
left Walter Reed Army 'Medical
tenter "With her husband at her
Br. Humbert Riva, a Washing
ton gynecologist who operated on
the first lady Aug. 6, accompanied
the chief executive and Mrs.
Eisenhower down the steps of the
"How do you feel?" a reporter
shouted to Mrs. Eisenhower, "who
wore a navy blue dress with white
collar and white gloves.
"I feel pretty good," she re
plied, leaning over to tap the
President on the arm.
Once, when her smile disap disappeared
peared disappeared for a moment, news pho photographers
tographers photographers asked her to turn it
on again. She quickly obliged.
"I still have it," she announced
The first lady's operation and
the extended session of Congress
have delayed the President's .de .departure
parture .departure for a holiday in Newport,
For Crippled Kids
ATLANTA flTPl Clnv Marvin
Griffin today praised members of
me aoumeasiern snrme Ann. lor
their "magnificent work" ad
commended the organization for
its nationwide hospitals for crip crippled
pled crippled crildren.
In an adrirpsa in th Shrlnsr
Griffin said: "Your good deeds
will h rwmrrlarl on K tshlsta
of time, and pour efforts in be-
nan of those who so nadly need
it, will be remembered by all."
"I rhprtsh mv mmhrshin in
this great organiiation," Griffia
Mass For Late
Eugene S. Gregg
A mess for the re peso of the
soul of Eugene S. Gregg, form form-sr
sr form-sr Canal Zervt police serge ant,
who died Thursday sneming in
Coco Solo Hospital after a feng
illness, will be held tsfnoi row
sneming at 9:3( o'clock in tho
Holy Family. Chvreh in Merge Merge-rite.
Fimersl services wtM Vo held
at tho grave side ot 1I:M ajn.
ot Mount Hope) Cofroary.
FOP. SALE :- Deep freese 24 cu.
ft. Yery good' condition. Tel.
Balboa 2.3019 or 3703.
FOR SALE: Due to trip. Double
bed, book case type,? new, with
night tables. 46th street No. 27,
Apt. N. 4.
FOR SALE: Twin beds fr mat mattresses,'
tresses,' mattresses,' .2 1 liyingroom chairs
plastic upholstary, kitchen cabi cabinet,
net, cabinet, living-room round table,' mir mirror
ror mirror fop, .Venetian blind's and
many other household goods.
House 629-A jDeLesseps, phone
3-2847.. -P. i-y.
FOR' SALE; Kenmore Auto.
Wather, 9 lb.,v 60 eye. $100.
Electric Range, tFrigidaire, auto,
oven, good. $75, 552B Curundu
FOR SALE; Bedroom set $90.
Livingreem set $85.00. Dining Dining-tabla
tabla Dining-tabla four -chair $35.00. Baby
wardrobe $30.00. Two' metal
tables $15.00 each. Two fires
600x16, two 650x16 si ply
new -$85.00 Fleuresent lamp
two. 40 watt $10.00. Household
articles.': Telephone 2-22 17.
FOR SALE: Zenith table model,
radio," record playetv 60 cycle.
$60. Phone,' Curundu 3121.
Home 527-H;i;'fr,i -y-'.
JfEW Y0BK, Aug." 31. (UP -e-
mana aeveiopea ior raus ye:rer ye:rer-dav
dav ye:rer-dav and snarked the entire list in a
rise which added more than three
billion dollars to market! values for
the best -gain of the year
. ine nse,;mung luuiviuuai prices
fvpcMtstokmoKt than '3 ipojnts,
was accomplished on small turnovr
er-onl 1,00,000 shares compared
with. 1,630;(B0 Thursday.'..
;ine typical pre-weeKena- leinar'
ev contributed to small. Volume
with- many,, in. the street "getting'
v la..: a uLimm.-- it, '-v' T"
summerrmanv analysts feeL aayj
herald at upturn In the rharkeW eJ
Industrials,-with all groups shar sharing;
ing; sharing; in 'the rise;.-showed a gain of
8.29 points to 484.35 in their- sver sver-age
age sver-age the''best imoroyement since
May 29, 1956. Hails,' with: an ever
bigger percentage' gain, climbed
3.46 points to 137.49, biggest rise
since last Dec. 6. Utilities added
.32 txfi 67.84. . ;
' y i-
On nf mflfl issnp trnHprl 7611
wpfp yiphpr Anlv 147' lnwei' and
181 unchanged on the day. There
were-38 new lows set, only 6, new
highs. -.; i,
Best among-the group .Tperform-
ers were the chemicals, steels,
oils and metals. .-
Motors were; fin demand' with
Chrysler, uo 3-8 at 78. most active
and General Motors.ti. higher at
43 1-4, second in line.:
Rail gains ranfed oast 2 noihts
in Wstern Maryland, outside the
average group, and to 2 noints in
Atlantic; Coast Line and Baltimore
anrj unio and 2.5-8 in Louisville
and Nashville in fhe group .used
in the averages.
In the chemicals. Allied rose 3
points; Du Pont more than 2.
Bethterem. U. S. Steel and Na
tional each was up over a noint
in the steels. Standard of Califor California,
nia, California, Jersey Standard, Texas Co.
rose more than a noint eseh while
Royal Dutch climbed over X
For metals, American Smelting
and Alcoa were up around 2 points
nennecott nearly that much.
BrHsanico Jaetor Encyclopedia
The guillotine-"was torged as
.ho. ineti-ument .for capital pun pun-Uhrnent
Uhrnent pun-Uhrnent durinc the rreocai Rev Revolution
olution Revolution oo the -grtHUKls that all
rank, should haw the., equal
privUefo"-of docopiUUetL Dpi
to that time exeruUcta by this i
-wwiA aaet -oalnle tneene had!
bm cosuaaed to nobles. &
rpyriAC cocnl' i
. 19S Model ,-, -C
' Excell nt ConaMtlon, t ;
'- New Tires ;j
.: RODELAG TeL -?Jl,
. : Panama
ji lReal Estate;
FOR SALE- 3 i list at Las Cum Cum-bres,
bres, Cum-bres, near to highway. All or any
portion. Call Balboa 2-2304. ?
BECAUSE I've decided to live
in the United States, I will sell
my-Santa Clara Beach property.
8 ''acres. ; 5 furnished houses.
Shop building. 2 wells with motor
and windmill. See Forero at San-
ta Clara or write Geneva Shrapnel
1529 North Allen Avenue, Pa Pa-.
. Pa-. sadana.Calif ornia.
FOR SALE: 12 room house, at
Rio Abajo. Also 2 lots, Parque
Lefevre. $2.25 and $2.50
par meter. Malcolm Hall, phone'
2-4025.. 3rd. street No. 231 1,
FOR SALE; Excellent level lot
in d e s 1 1 1 b I e neighborhood,
1000 M2, Lefevre Avenue, Par Par-que
que Par-que Lefevre: Autobus passes. No
reasonable offer will be refused.
Telephone Pedro Miguel 333,
House 2624B,, Cocoli..
FOR SALE: Boxer puppies fawn.
Call Curundu '83-3144 or. may
be seen at quarters 656-B, Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu Heights.
FOR, SALE: A.K.C. registered
toy. ; Boston Terrier- puppies
reasonable.. See at quarters 123A
Albreok or telephone Albrobk'
5235, : ::' V
FOR SALE: Quality golden
fawn BOXER PUPPIES register register-ed
ed register-ed A.K.C. .3 months. Phone 2 2-1
1 2-1 344 of f ite 2-1 704 residence.
WANTE0: Home for nice
kitten. Call Panama 3-4911
from. 9 to 6 and 3-0868 jfter 6.
WANTED: American Embassy
couple, without children seeks
furniihed- apartment In 'good re
sidential sector. Please call' Pa
3-001 0, exteiuioe- 1 2,
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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 correspondence.
pondence. correspondence. Good future with a serious firm of good re reputation.
putation. reputation. Send references, stating-' education; 'experi 'experience,
ence, 'experience, recommendations, photo, age and minimum sal salary
ary salary desired to Box 4247. Photo will be returned.
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FOR SALE: Small outboard
. speedboat, new 10-hp. Eyinrudo
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FOR SALE: 14 boat with trail,
or,- excellent condition. Must aell.
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f FOR SALE: 16 ff.cabin cruis cruis-or.
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Inquire Panama 3-0599.
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alone. Phoney Navy 3575.
FOR SALE: Beautiful 16 ft.
boat deluxe runabout, juit paint paint-ad,
ad, paint-ad, with 40 h.p. Mercury motor,
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ing Dancing reopening September 5th.
Knights of Columbus Hall. Resi Residence,
dence, Residence, phone 2-2363.
LEARN, BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers Preteens
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
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thrfk of THE SIX EMPLOYES who were re tired from Canal
wife of one of them, pose with Gov. W. E. potter in his office at Balboa Heights. The Gov Governor
ernor Governor congratulated the employes on their many years of service and presented them per personally
sonally personally with their retirement certificates. From left to rlpht are Lee R. Bell, station chief,
Madden Hydro Electric Plant; Mrs. May B. Clemmons, ticketseller, Diablo Service Center;,
Mrs. Vincent Ji Gonzalez, Mr. Gonzalez, gauger in. the Terminals Division and Potter, v
Two 31-Year Men Among Six Panama Canal
Employes Who Retired During Past Month
Six emoloyes of- the Panama
Canal organization, two of tnem
with more tnan x yean VL''
rMred this month ana
were presented with retirement
' Those retiring, their positions,
and length of service rouuws.
Le R. BeU,' station chief,
Madden hydfo-eleetrlo plant;
, 11 years, n monthj 4 r
' days.' ,rf y
Mrs. May B,' Clemmons, tick ticketseller,
etseller, ticketseller, npply Division; 15
years, and M days.
Homer B. Cooper, machinist,
' tndnstrtal Division ; Jl years,
three months and seven days,
i Capf- Roy A For, pilot, Ma Ma-t'
t' Ma-t' Mn Bureau; 18 years, two
monuu buu pu w; ,
Vinoent J. Gontales, tMi
Terminals pivldon; S years,
four months, and 1ft days.
rutn f. Raolil. nostmaster,
Vestal Divisions 1 tears, three
3 montns, ano is ays.
nfi a ttnrn hi Northampton,
Pa, and. earn to ; the Canal
Ton in 1928 M m jrmtchhoard
operator in tho Balboa suft-sta-tion.
All of hi service with the
. Canal has been with the Electrl Electrl-,
, Electrl-, cal Division and hit has vbeen
employed 'on both sides of! the
Isthmus- v-.; v.- '-
He was made power dispatch
er at the Miratiores suD-swuon
' In 193i and chief 'operator at
the Cocoli Diesel Station in
1950. Since 1953 he : has been
chief of the hydro generation
i station at Madden Dam:
' After they leave the isthmus,
'Mr. and Mrs. Bell" plan to make
their home in Pennsylvania.
A native of Mobile, Ala., Mrs.
eathcr Or JNotl
This weather report for the
24 hears ending S a.m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo-s-lcal
td ;H dreraphlc
Branch of the Panama Canal
Low ......... 70
max. ph). sw-i
RAIN (Inches) X.53
WATER TEMP: f
Xlnner harbors) II
SUNDAY, Sept 1
ve events Of
on tha ecraanl
-JAMES MASON -JOAN FONTAINE
JOAN COtUNS MICHAEL KENNtE
--- MA00V sin imMTt
DAWfTl f. WXK ALf KO HAYIS
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Clemmons:' first joined the Ca
nal organization in 1942 as a
saleswoman in the Hotel Wash Washington
ington Washington in colon. She was trans
ferred -to the commissary Divi Division
sion Division as a sales cleric in 1949 and
later that year became a libra library
ry library assistant In' the library
branch in Pedro Miguel. Since
1953, she has been employed as
a ticket-seller in the Diablo
Service Center. s i
After her retirement, Mrs.
Clemmons, who has a number
of relatives in the' Canal zone,
plans .to remain on the Isthmus.
Cooper was born in Oil city,
Pa., and was employed on the
isthmus in 1941 as a machinist
In the Mechanical Division. Dur During
ing During the second World War, he
served as. a Seabee with the VS.
Navy from 1943 until 1946 ana
was re-employed that year as a
machinist with the Canal or organization.
ganization. organization. Most of his Canal
service has been with the Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Division in Cristobal.
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper have al
ready left for the united States
and eventually they piaiy to
make their home in Honduras.
A native of. New England, born
in Hartford. Conn., v Fort was
connected with the Marine De Department
partment Department of the Ba3timore and
Ohio Railroad and was employ
ed, for many years In New York
as a tugboat pilot and master
before he joined the canal or
ganizatjon in 1939.
His nrsi position wun me m
rine Bureau was as towboat
master in Cristobal. Shortly aft
er, he became a puot-in-tram-ing
and In 1940 was made pro probationary
bationary probationary pilot. He has been a
regular' Panama uanai puoi
Capt, and Mrs. Fort plan to
make their home in Florida aft
er his retirement.
Gonzalez was born in Havana,
Cuba, and is a naturalized citi citizen
zen citizen of the United States. He
joined the Canal organization
in 1947 as a boatbuiider in tne
former-Balboa shops and was
transferred to the Industrial Di
vision in Cristobal in 1950. Since
May of this year he has been a
gauger in the Terminals Divi Division.
sion. Division. Following his retirement, he
arid Mrs. Gonzalez plan to make
their home in or near New York
Savold, who has more than 31
years of continuous service
with the postal Division, is a
native of Bangor, South Dakota.!
He is a veteran of World War I
and spent several years with the
United States postal Division in
the' United States before he
came to the Canal Zone in 192A,
He was employed. for several;
veara u nactnl olerk in tne
PRICES; .75 .40
Service this month, and the ;
, Cristobal Post
1941 was promoted to assistant
postmaster at Balboa Heights,
He was postmaster at Aht An
con Post Office from 1951 to 1854
when he was transferred to the
Cristobal -post Office. He wasko refute nv ,ttm.m. ii
of his retirement.
i-i Vi vw ""v v
. Mr. and Mrs. Savold have a
home in Santa Clara, where they
expect to live after his retire,
Cuban Rebels Plan
To Establish Own
'Govl. In Arms'
HAVANA, ;Aug. 31 (UP) The
Cuban army ; reported today two
new sharp clashes with Fidel
Castro rebels in the mountains of
At the same time, '.the rebels
reported getting ready to estab-
lash a "government of the repub
lic in .arms,'' to be headed by
Felipe Pszos, a former bank
executive, as president.
In a brief communique,; Cuban
aamy headquarters said six rebels
were killed and several injured
in two skirmishes in the moun mountains
tains mountains Of Oriente Province. The
communique did not mention any
The two clashes, apparently the
latest in a continuing series, oc occurred
curred occurred at spots known as "Pico
Verde"; and "Hombrito
According to the communique,
one rebel was killed and several
injured in the Pico Verde clash,
and five more rebels met death in
a subsequent clash at Homhrito.
The new casualties brought to
over 20 the number of rebels the
army claims were' killed in half-
dozen skirmishes in i Oriente this
Meanwhile, in Santiago, chief
rebel hotbed, insistent rumors
circulated that within the next 30
days Fidel Castro's "July X
revolutionary movement" would
proclaim, a "republic in arms'
with Fellpev Pazos as its
Santiago rebel sources said the
proclamation may be made on or
about Sept. 29. tenr months after
the landing of the original Fidel
Castro forces in the southern
coast of Oriente Province.
Pazos was president of the
Cuban National Bank during the
administration of former Presi
dent Carlos Prio Socarras, over-
thrown in a coup by the present
resident ruieencio dsush, vn
his early 50's joined
the Castro forces in the field
about two months ago. His family
is in Havana. -
CiKtre was eXDected to be
named bead of the armed forces
in the "republic j arms."
Mololov Senl Away Away-Hot
Hot Away-Hot Siberia; But Oil
MOSCOW. Aug. 31 (UP For Former
mer Former Soviet Minister V. M. Molotov,
expelled from Eremba leadership
fast month, has bee aimed Soviet
ambassador te Mongolia, the offic official
ial official news sgency Tsss-aaouaced
tonigit. : -r
A Tass annoencement broadcast
to the press ad abroad said:
'The U.S.S.R. Supreme Soviet
Presidium hit appointed V. M.
Molotov as U.SS.R. ambaua,dor
extraordinary and plenipotentiary
te the Mongolia peoples' re republic."
public." republic." ,
The annouBcement said V. 1.
Pisarev, who was ambassador te
Mongolia, has 'beea appointed a
minister ia the Ruum embassy
e UUa Bator, the Mongoliaa cap capital.
ital. capital. -
HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 31 UP-
De ense attorney i Arthur Cowley.'
in t surnnsfi wove rested his case
in the criminal libel trial of Con
fidential magazine today. Both de
fense and posecution hinted they
still may call film celebrities to
the stand as rebuttal witnesses.
"I am confident the prosecution
has proved nothing Crowley said
in explaining mj move. .'And I
don't think they will prove any
thing by their, rebuttal witness.
They have not even come close to
proving that any kind of .crime
Deputy District Attorney Wil,
liam L. Ritzl, howevter, said he
intended calling "some substantial
personalities next week" as rebut rebuttal
tal rebuttal witnesses. He added, VI think
I can promise you plenty of ac action."
tion." action." Asked to name some of the
witnesses he had in mind. Ritzi
said among those who oosiblv
may be placed on the stand are
Maureen O'Hara-, Corinne Calvet
and Mae West." t
. Crowley said his reason in not
calling film celebrities amoni? inn
subpenaed witneses was' based on
me court's ruling limiting wit-
nesses to persons wro could testi
fy about Confidential articles en.
tered in evidence by the prosecu
tion as the basis for the state's
May Call Witnetts
nut he said he still could call
many oj nis original list of coa
ana ana ASistant State Attop.
ney General Clarence Linn pointed
uui uiai uie aetense fiad ra lAri
witnesses only to attempt to es
tabiish the truth ot Confidential
sones on John Carroll, 'and -Mi
O'Hara although the nrninpiitinn
had introduced the Calvot Fnnt
Sinatra, Rtobert Mitchum. Mae
West. Alan Dale. Dnrnthv rian.
anage, aod Dick Powell stories
The final defensa wit D0lf IAT1.
giuuing tesumony ne started ear
T..J: i i ....
lier m the week, was Albert De
Meiano. New York attorney i ftr
Checked Other Pablicatiens
De Stefono stressed that rnntf
dential checked manv. other nub-
ucauous oeiore passing on arti
cles. He cited that ideas- 'were
lined from Mae West's own .book,
"Tha rnmtippl Cipi...'i .u.
- VWwv, UPMPPV1 a LPiC
basis for passages in the masa'
zine's article about her. The book
about, "a lady of the night" des
cribes how she surrounds herself
with prize fighters. The Confiden
tial article on Miss West told of
her fondness for boxers as em
ployes.. ; ':
He said that part of the "source"
material on the West storv ca
from a Cabaret magazine article
titled, "Indestructible Mae West-
Selling Sex Like Sixty Which Is
Her True Age", j
Among the lines he said were
lifted from that publication a at attributed
tributed attributed to Miss West were. ."It's
not tne men in my Ufa that counts,
it's the life in my men," and "1
like to do all day what I do all
At the start of today's session,
Ritzi gave his definition 'of "bed "bedroom
room "bedroom .stories" as requested by the
court. He said they were "stories
relating to sex snd sex activities,''
a definition accepted by the de defense.
fense. defense. .'. i.
i - -
LOXXl LOLA MOVTtS, who win face fwo native bulla to
m.TTow at the Maca.rena bull ring, looks ravuhing enough to
make the eyes of any male Utbt up. even tf he happens to be
a buiL The corrida is scheduled for J:S0 pjm. tomorrow, and
Lola and her partner feroando Alcadevel wlil fighl two na
tits bulU apiece.
Let the people
RUSSIAN ROCKET IN ACTION These photos copied fronr
the August issue of the- magazine 'Soviet Union" purport to
show an unspecified rocket being launched, and in flight. The
maga?Jne Indicated that, the rocket reached a height of 200
kilometers, roughly 124.2V miles, i Publication of the pictures,
conies simultaneously with the Soviet announcement that It
had successfully tested an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile.
1 1 Duce Decom fibsed Body
pftEDAPPIO. Italy, Aug. 31
(UP) The Italian government re,
. a laT.aaialliaj'ai ilaAnm.
movfu Demur jtiiwauu"
posed tody from a secret gr
widow for final burial ia the fam fam-Up
Up fam-Up plot at. nearby San ; Cassiano.
- TO prevent tne wanner iiuiu
niirrlnir Ned i Fascist demonstra-
tions,a simple wooden coffin con containing
taining containing ,the body Was loaded-inlo
an American- car wun w
license olates. and taken to the
tt nassed unnoticed along Italian
kiaKivv ... which 'carry --many
Amriin n with New York li
censes used to s void import
duties.'.'. , '" '-, i-,f:-'-"m
.tw tnn MHed a vean-long
battle.; by .the widow, Donna Ka Ka-hi
hi Ka-hi : ka 1 tn eet, custody of the
hod ef her husband, who virtualr
i .h.nrfnn her for. his mistress,
Claretta Petanci durinf tre ;: last
- LP f ......... .-.. '.
years oi ni mc mc-r.nmmunist
r.nmmunist mc-r.nmmunist led partisans exe
cuted Mussolini and his mistress,
at Dosgo, Von the shores of Lake
Como.' on -April 28, 1945, and. hung
know the truth' and the
PANAMA, p., SATURDAY, "AUGUST 31, 1957
' (NBA Badio-Telephotos)
To H is Widbvv
their bodies by the heels at a gas
oline- station, in Milan.. The couple
had" been preparing- to flee to
Switzerland at the time.--. : .'
The v bodies were boried In
Milan's Musocco Cemetery in- a
grave marked only "Plot i6". A
year later, : four 4-Neo-Fascist
youths exhumed Mussolini's body
ano spirited it to a : church at
Pavia, 25 miles, away ,-
Police found the body a month
later and the government ordered
it placed in a secret grave to pre
vent Neo-Faicists from using it as
a raiiymg symbol. ., : ?
: A recent oress cambaian and
the waning influence of the'Neo-
Fascists prompted the government
to retirn the body lo the widow
The transfer was so secret that
not even other, members of the
family knew about it In advance.
But the word got around quickly,
and villagers, and latter-day Fas Fascists
cists Fascists visited the cemetery, this
afternoon and this evening.
2,p Oiler JoJGive
Blood For youngster
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KiY WEStC- Fla?UPy Four
year-old Cliff Park has 2,000 rea
sons ; wnrvne won i- die trom
hemophilia, an incurable bleeding
aument. v,-f,: i.(v.7, , .-
That many, persons showed un
Tnursdsy te answer aa appeal to
donate blood for the youngster
whose life' depends on frequent
transfusions because his'' own
blood. won't clot properly v, r
Overwhelmed officials bad to
turn away some -100 of the
prospective donors because they
did not haveenoueh bottles to col
lect the hfe-giving fluid.-
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When .the long lines formed
there were only. 350 bottles on
hand. These were quickly filled
and a Navy plane flew in another
150. --.. '.v.- -:. .-.
The youngster has used more
trail 500 pints ef blood in his short
life.' la June he fell and cut his
tongue slightly. As a result be
spent five weeks in a hospital and
ased C2 pints of blood before the
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' On of tht iWorcMan expenses
of wmorinq n having your cot
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country ( $afe -r- Abraham Lincoln.
2 Ilore Alleged
i WASHINGTON, Aug. '3r (UP)
counterspy ,uorrs : Morros ; has
given congressional investigators
me names ot. two more alleged
Soviet spies who may have heen
engaged in atomic v espionage,- it
was disclosed today.
Chairman. Francis E.-v Walter
(D-Pa) said the agents were iden
tified to his House Committee on
Un-American Activities as Dr. and
Mrs.1 Henry Spitz, naturalized
Amencan citizens, who- recently
aaopiea Austrian citizenship.
' He said the couple, who had
lived both .in New York CitV and
Albuquerque,:. N.M.,. had "refused
to- appear before the U.S. grand
jury, m wew York which Is lnves
tigating Soviet espionage activi
ties in ,the United States.",
Neither fhe Justice- Department
nor; the FBI had any- comment on
waiter s statement,
J' Prominent Film Director
Morros, a prominent film direc
tor and composer who led a fan fantastic
tastic fantastic career as a double-spy, re recently
cently recently gave the New York grand
jury information .which led to a
series f espionage indictments ;
. Walter identified Spitz, as a native-of
Grair-Austna. He; said
Mrs.- Spitz was the former Bea Beatrice
trice Beatrice Rabinowitch, a native of
Lithuanaia. Walter said they came
to this country in 1939 and took
out U.SV citizenship. 1 r
He said SdRz. a physician, was
employed at. an unidentified New
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A PRAYER AND AM ANGELf
. prayed that her son Alton, who died .at ze in an auto acciaeni,
;,had reached heaven.; She looked for a sign that her prayer was
answered. She believes it was in the outline of aa angel's face,
with halo And outstretched amis,' that has appeared on his
tombstone. Her son's face was etched oh the stone and the face i
;that has appeared is seen beside it on the .right The outline
began to appear in the smooth, white marble stone shortly after
Mother's Day this year. It has been growing clearer ever since.
Mrs. Lam- feels her prayer is' answered. A fence has been -X
erected, around the tomb to keep the hundreds of curious at a
a respectable distance. -v - ,
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Jv tiie girl in
Morros Names ;
Vork City hospital in 1949. He also
worked for a time at the Veteran!
Administration hospital at Albu'
querque, Walter said.
."It was indicated to Mr. Morroi
that Dr. Spitz' value to the So
viet; apparatus concerned the
field of atomic science,", the con.
gressman said. ,
"While Dr. Spitt was notVm
ployed at the U.S. atomic energ
installation at Los Alamos, it is
significant to note the close prox-
imity his Albuquerque positioo
gave him to the Los Alamo in.
stallation," he added. .
- Returiyid Te Vienna
' Walter said the couple and their
two children returned to Vienna hi
1950 but thep moved to Israel m
1951 and to Paris in 1956. Sme"
.then, he added, they again have
moved to Vienna, h ,
He said that on fhplr 'arrival
there they contacted Red agents
to "reestablish connection With the
Soviet apparatus.", k J
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' "Their importance to Soviet es.' i
pionsge is indicated by the fact
they were immediately- brought
together with ; Petrov, a top top-ranking
ranking top-ranking Soviet official in the
Kremlin's international espionage,
organization" Walter said.- '
He said they were served with
subpenas last February to appear
before the New Yorkf grand Jury, i
Instead he said, they obtained an
attorney who announced that they
had no intention of returning1 to
the United States.
Mrs. E. C Lam of Elkton. Va