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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1958
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Little Mary Sharp got her second sailfish yesterday,
tat it fell abort of her first sail by about 30 pounds.
The eicbt-y ear-old trranddauKbter of international nsb nsb-mui
mui nsb-mui Frank Vlolette was usinr a 26-lb. test line when she
caught the 10-lb. sailfish when fishinr from the Serl in
Panama Bay. .
Her mother. Mrs. Frances Sham of Balboa, hooked a
sailfish at about the same time, but she was able to boat
bora first, using; a 50 -lb. test line, and lea vine the deck
e,Wiary't ten-year-old brother, Frank, who boated a 101 101-pounder
pounder 101-pounder last week, also had a sailfish strike yesterday, but
it proved too much for the little fellow as It took off be behind
hind behind the boat, causing Frank to lose it.
Other resorts from the Serl. indicate that Violette Is
going to try bis luck for the first time today, because up
to now the fishing chairs have been occupied irstlv by
the f.nall fry and his daughter and son-ln-iaw. Roy Sharp.
Sharp viught bis first and bis second marlia last week.
v.ii. in. mfi. HVanM mi her first.

xne aeri is one to arrive

CZ Babies Have Less Chance
Of Being Named lNino Millon

Babies whoso Panamanian-citizen mothers live in
the Canal Zone will miss out on a chance of being named
Panama's Nino Millon (Baby One Million.)
On the other hand, if its Panamanian-citizen mother
lives in the republic, any baby born in Gorgas or Coco
Solo hospitals is in the race for all the gifts with which
the lucky one millionth citizen of the republic has already
been endowed.

WE PULSE
OF PANAMA
LOCAL- CIGARETTE manufaCt.
turers are s.ioV to be seeking
their own solution toward the
...... -j '. nl rh c I a uses
of tWe agreement which ended
. 1,,. hatween tne
last iay iibfw ---
students and the government
-1 u. tsrmc nf the agree-
.11. x k lowinf of an
aowira v -i-o-Aftai to
form i ifeeMt tana ror
and education, r
However, existing contracts be between
tween between the manufacturers and the
government would make any fur further
ther further taxation illegal or arbitrary.
At result, tl manufactur manufacturers
ers manufacturers Thave bo hotdinf frequent
meetings in an attempt to work
out 1 plan for voluntarily pay paying
ing paying an additional tax. This
which would mke about one
million dollars available to the
government annually far the so solution
lution solution of educational problems,.
Savings Bank manager Guiller Guiller-mo
mo Guiller-mo oe Roux today joined tne
ranks of those who have voiced
their opposition to the partial sale
of the Banco National and the
Savings Bank, as suggested by
U S. planning expert Aivin Mayne.
De Koux said he was sure that
one of the first things that would
happen if the Savings Bank is
sold, would be the elimination 01
the Christmas Savings Plan,
which entails some expense with
no monetary benefits for the
bank,
Red Mlgs Roaming
Straits Of Formosa;
Six Alerts Sounded
' TUVKKt' Aue. 19 (UPI) Soviet-
built Mig fighter planes roamed
through the Formosa straits to-
clay nut me nauomusi
Defense Ministry reported no com combat.
bat. combat. At the same time, the Nation Nationalists
alists Nationalists warned again that Commu.
nist China will step up subver subversion
sion subversion and infiltration in East Asia
from Japan in the north to Thai Thailand
land Thailand in the south.
A defense communique late this
afternoon reported that Communist
Mig-17s continued their daily pa patrols
trols patrols in the nortern reaches of the
Straits near the Nations list. hold
Mat.su Islands.
Six air' alerts were sounded in
the Matsu complex up to mid-ait
ernoon. r
A Central News Agency dis
natch from the Matsus said the
Mies once approached the Islands
close enough to be seen by the
naked eye.
At the southern end of the
Straits, Communist artillery bom
barded little Quemoy Island with
30 shells before dawn but caused
no damage, a defense ministry
comtnuniaue said.
Chen Chien-chung, a section
chief in the rutins KuomintJtu
(Nationalist Party), predicted tnat
the ( ommunisls will step uti un.
uergruu
pan an(
suit of
rVeen
KVushc
derground aggression against Ja
mu suuineasi rt.ua as re
the Peiping meeting he
Soviet Premier Nikita
ushchev and Chinese Commu-
p't Party chairman Mao Tse.
Tung.

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These ground rules were
drawn yesterday in a Census
Buteau ruling that Nino Millon,
expected early next month,
must be born to a "mother resi resident
dent resident of territory under the ju jurisdiction
risdiction jurisdiction 01 the government of
Panama.
The Bureau also listed a
number of other conditions
which, must be fulfilled for the
child, to be born on what has
been designated as "M (for mil million)
lion) million) -day" to be considered eli eligible.
gible. eligible. Its. birth must be. legally reg-;
istered and the registration of
its birth must reach the 'Statis 'Statistical
tical 'Statistical and Census Bui'eau by Oct.
lo. tostiitki fine chfll must
remain alive until at least Oct.
15. '
The designation as the
"millionth child" will go to
the baby who is born at or
the closest to' "M-Hour" on
"M-Day."
If more than one birth are
reported, as haying occurred at
"M-Hour," preference will be
given to the first one to be duly
registered with auxiliary regis registrars,
trars, registrars, mayors, police judges or
the civil Registry In Panama
uity.
Wright Bros. Bid
Is Apparent Low
On Ditch Fencing
An apparent low bid of $4495
was entered by Wright Brothers,
of Colon on the installation of
four-foot high chain link fences
along various open ditches in
Rainbow City.
Bids were opened yesterday
afternoon at Balboa Heights. H.
R. Knapp, of Panama, with a
bid of $5483 made the only
other offer on the work.
The project, one of those
developed through the Latin
American Civic Councils, is de designed
signed designed to eliminate a safety
hazard in the Atlantic side com community,
munity, community, Motor Transport
Chief Adams Goes
On Emergency Trip
woger w. Aaams, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the Motor Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Division, was called
to the United States during- the
weekend bv the sudden death
of his Wife's father, Ernest A.
acnarer. Mrs. Adams and their
small son accompanied him.
Mr. Schafer died Fririav
morning at his home in Mans-
ueia, onio, of a heart attack.
Aaams was to have started
his States leave in ahnut. two
weeks, but his departure was
hastened by the death of his
father-in-law. Paul R. Kuyoth,
Chief of the Southern District,
will act. as Siinertnt.pnricnf nf
the Motor Transportation Divi
sion miring Adams' absence.
250 ft Below
ATBOAltD U.S.S. NAUTILUS, At
Sea, Aug. 19 (UPI) The atomic
submarine Nautilus moved steadi steadily
ly steadily toward the United states and
hero's welcome at More than
20 mph tody, 260 feet below the
surface.
The Nautilus had reached the
Great Sole Bank and was well
into the Atlantic.
Lasi; night officers who were
not on duty spent their free time
catching up on their fan mail
while members of the crew
watched one of the ten new mo
- oard. "All That Heaven AL
lows."

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A GROUP OF 21 BUFFALO, N.Y., high school students who are
visit. Gov. W. E. Potter at his office at Balboa Height. The stu
in charge of the local program. The students are spending thr
sons and daughters are now in Buffalo as exchange students.

Judge Hillsinger
Judge Loren Bi BiUsiner, was ad.
milieu w i
a ceremony before the Canal Zone
District Court today, ne was w
i v... nnHirie V. Crowe be-
in uy iiuugt u .... -
fore the, normal term, day business
ol the court.
Judge Hillsinger, a native of
Binghamton.tNew York will now
apply for membership of the Can
al Zone Bar Association,
Prior to his appointment in me
Canal Zone which began early las
month, he was on the legal staff
f naneral Services Admmi s-
tration in Washington.
During World war II he served
with the British Commandos.
Algerian Rebels
Masacre Villagers
In Terrorist Raid
ALGIERS. Aug. 19 (UPI) -Algerian
rebels massacred the inha.
hitonte nf the villa of Homaine
yesterday in an apparently sense
less orgy ot Killing, rrencn mu.
smIc caiH tnrisiV.
Spokesmen here said they coul'l
find no reason tor we aiiacs, i
which eight women and eight
,.hiirirrn Hierl. Rebel "commandos"
cmnnt: Hnwn from the hills to blast
the village, wmcn is me urau urau-department,
department, urau-department, and withdrew before
security forces could reach the
... ... ...
scene.
In other activity, yesterday,
billed and 17 made onsen-
er. French losses were not repos
ed.
De Gaulle Leads
Paris Ceremonies
On Liberation Day
PARIS, Aug. 19 (UPI) Paris
today marked the fourteenth an anniversary
niversary anniversary of her liberation from
the Germans in World War II.
Premier Charles de Gaulle at.
tended a ceremony this morning
at the prefecture of police, scene
of sharp clashes during the liber liberation
ation liberation of Paris in 1944. Later, vet
erans organizations and formei
members of the resistance move
mini were In lav wreaths on the
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at
the Arc de Triomphe.

A fittt if i ori

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Surface, Nautilus Heads For

Many turned in early to rast
up from th hearty welcome
rhey received In liwland.
The pole conquering nuclear
submarine slipped gently under
the waves off England yesterday,
headed on a fast run to New
York.
The command, "take her down"
was issued by Cmdr. William An Anderson.
derson. Anderson. The Nautilus will stay
underwater until next Monday,
when it will surface to dock in
New York, probably at the New
York naval shipyard, Brooklyn.
The 320-foot vessel was return
ing to the United States after its,

Rock

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Policy Shift

ifesteIo' Dictators

By DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON, Aug 19 Im Important
portant Important backstage discussions have
been in progress to overhaul Amer America
ica America relations with Latin America
and revitalize the bedraggled Gooci
Neighbor policy.
This was why astute Ambassa
dor Robert Hill, popular U. S. en
voy in Mexico City, was recalled
to Washington for advice.
Main avisers in the current
Latin American huddles are vice
President Nixon and Milton Ei.
senhbwer, the President's broth brother.
er. brother. Both have lust returned if rem
Latin-American trips, th, first
South America, the second to
tral America.
mill,,,, was so euarded by se.
cret service men that he didn t
get much chance to see anything
except the inside of offices and
,nntinnt Rill he 03 1110
back convinced the Eisenhower ad ad-ministration
ministration ad-ministration must treat dictators
with polite aloofness in the future
while giving ennusiasut -i'
ion 10 democratic ginainumui.
xrivon heartilv screes. The Vice
T)..c,on) urmiiH like in foreet some
lv nuhlished of him
in fond embrace with Dictator Tru-
jillo of the Dominican Repuwc.
These have been widely circulated
in Latin America.
Fight In Paraiso
Brings Men To Bar
Of Balboa Justice
Turn mnn WM'P. hroueht before
Ralboa Maeistrates Court today for
disturbing the peace.
The men, rioaouo jaexson, b,
and Eduardo Vincent Morrell, 22,
hnth Panamanians, were arrested
last night for fighting at the Pa
raiso Bymnasium. .ucksoii wa-s
nVisrsaH with "makinc loud and
unusual noise and fighting" while
Morrell was cnargeti wun ngm-
inl- , ...
Both detenuenis pieaoea noi
guilty.
Morrell was found not guilty, but
Jackson was placed on threp
months probation on the condi condition
tion condition that he does not violate any
Canal Zone law within that time.
pioneer journey under the North
Pole.
"We'll make a fast run to New
York, Anderson said. "We shall
arrive Monday, but just when
we're not certain yet."
Anderson said he had no definite
word on what the New York re reception
ception reception would be but added, "I'm
sure it will be a good one."
The Nautilus departed from the
Portland, England, Royal Navy
base at 1 p.m.
Anderson mustered the person personnel
nel personnel fOr a Short dockside ceremony
prior to the sailing It was foggy
and drizzling.

in Panama on an International Fellowship exchange program,
dents were accompanied by Julio A. Aldrete, far left, who is
ee months In Panama at the homes of Panama residents whose
v

Mjay Bring
it 3H
He and. Millon both believe the
administration must be extremt extremt-ly
ly extremt-ly careful about pinning medals on
Latin-American dictators or invit.
ing them to visit Washington.
In effect, Nixon and Milton Ei.
senhower have ganged up on
Poster Dulles to revamp Pan A A-merican
merican A-merican policy whether he likes
it or not.
Ni)te: The. habit of cozy relations
with Latin-American dictators ac actually
tually actually began under Truman, not
Eisenhower, though continued und.
er Ike. It was when I protested
sgainst the receipt of a mddal
from Dictator Peron of Argentina
by Gen. Harry Vaughan, Truman's
military aide, that Truman pinned
the "SOB" medal on me.
US Rejects Soviet
Claim American Jet
Violated Airspace
WASHINGTON, Aug. 19 (VPD (VPD-The
The (VPD-The United States has quietly re rejected
jected rejected Russia's latest charge that
nr merii-m 1e nlan" delthprato-
ly violated Soviet Air-space, it
was learned today.
The rejection was disnafchpd to
Moscow during the oast few diys
The Slate Department had not
made it nublic and apparenily
did not intend to do so.
It Wan not clear why the Amor
ican note was keot secret pfter
'Russia treelv aired its chorees
There was speculation the United
States did not want to ru'fle So.
viet feelings while honing fn' So Soviet
viet Soviet cooneration at the TTnHojl
Nations in working out a Middlo
Et solution.
The Soviet t'nion delivered it
pro'oet Tul" 30. It rN-ired thn
an RP 47. tT"1 reronpai'sanco er er-ion
ion er-ion of a fnr-tnrho',,t mediun mediun-hAmbfttf.
hAmbfttf. mediun-hAmbfttf. 7inpH oi'er Hussion tr
r'tory ,Iutv ?A'. Pu'ta said thr
"lane cime fmm Tran, violated
the Sit border n"er th" T'v
niiri Ca 9nft cfr-'i'pn 11? rnilp Jr).
ci-io Rss'in tprrior Vi"'ore So So-"let
"let So-"let et forced it back arros--
The tf.S. Air Force made a
thorough investigation Before the
reply was sent to Moscow.

Hero's Welcome In New York

As cameras ground away, the
captain, thanked the British people
'or the hospitality they gave him
and hii crew during the subma subma-its
its subma-its firar port after sailing under
the Aratic ice from Pearl Harbor.
A Roii'l Engineer's band pUyH
"Yankje Doodle" and "Auld Lang
Syne" ms the Nautilus cast off.
Dockyafd workers, British navy
men add gr0UP 01 private cit citizens
izens citizens from the surrounding area
cheered and waved until the Nau Nautilus
tilus Nautilus wis out of sight.
After I lir send-off from Portland
the submarine stayed on the sur-

v orries

Rosendo Gonzalez de Gierzabek,
26, Panamanian, was fined $15 by
Judge John E. Deming at Balboa
Magistrate's Court today for ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding the speed limit on Bruja
Road. Police said his vehicle was
travelling at 50 mph.
Julian Samuel Mosley 33, Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian netted a fine oi $10 for
driving a bus on Gaillard Highway
without a driving license.
Macmillan's Regime
Blasted For Plans
On Pacific H-Tesfs
LONDON, Aug. 19 (UPI) Prem Premier
ier Premier Harold Macmillan's Conserva Conservative
tive Conservative government was blasted by
newspapers of all moments" to an announce
nounce announce resumption of the tests.
The Guardian added: "It is, after
all, just a week since the United
Nations report on the e'fects of
radiation was published. Whatev Whatever
er Whatever out government may think of
its contents, it might have realiz realized
ed realized that other governments and
peoples particularly in Asia
will take them very seriously in indeed."
deed." indeed." One "certain conclusion" that
emerged from th U.N. report w;s
that "the rice-eating nations stand
in greater danger from the inpes
tion of strontium than we do,"
the Guardian said. "To them, the
government's decision only seems
a crude and unnecessary slap in
the face."
Iranians Rushing
Aid To 40 Towns
Hit By Earthquake
TEHERAN, Iran, Aug. 19 (UPI i
The Iranian relief organization
Red Lion and Sun announced to
day that so far 135 bodies have
been removed from the rubble of
40 villages hit by earthquakes.
Director Hussein Khaubi saia
figures on the number of injur,
ed were not known but that tne
would bo very high.
Tents nnd relief supplies wen
being rushed to the devastated a
reas.
face for about an hour lime
enough to get into deep water.
Even in the reasonably mild
weather there was a pitch and
roll. But when the bow titled
down three degrees and the Nau
tilus went under it rode as
smoothly as i' on rails,
Lt. Cmdr. Frank M. Adams, the
32-year-old executive officer from
Tunica, Miss., said: "We'll be
moving at over 20 knots
The 12 officers and 97 crew
men aboard do not act like
heroes. They have little to say
about their run under the Pole
except that it was an easy trip

Capital
Anxiou

Next Developments

WASHINGTON, Aug. 19 (UPI) Washington official officialdom
dom officialdom waited with considerable anxiety today the next
developments in the Little Rock, Ark., school integration
case.
Action by a Federal Appeals Court in St. Louis yes yesterday
terday yesterday renewed prospects that Negro children would be
entitled to enter Little Roek' fpntmi u;k c,u-i

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next month. The court overturned a lower court rulina
delaying Little Rock school integration. P

v vwuinerners in congress tor the most part angrily
denounced the Appeals .Court's

said any other action would

i cutuuragea uenance ot the courts
Rep. James Roosevelt (D-Calif.) called on President

The spotlight focused for the
moment on the Little Rock
school board, which announced
it wou!d use every possible legal
recourse including a Supreme
Court, appeal to .delay, Integra'
tion, and on Ark&nsaVaov. Ot Ot-va
va Ot-va E. Faubus who was reportr
ed ready to call his state legis legislature
lature legislature into special session to
seek ways to avert integration.
Several legal authorities
here thought the school
board's appeal would fail le legally
gally legally to arrest integration this
fall. There was less certainty
as to the effectiveness of
Faubus' efforts.
Underlying all speculation w?s
the evident fear that return of the
Negro children to Central m'wu
rekindle the mob violence of last
year and lead to the return nf Vort.
eral troops to Little Rock.
in White House and Justice
Department kept strict ilence
on th Appeals Court ruling and
on rn possibility of the return
of trocpi.
The last U.S. tronnsFprloMl!-,
ed National Guardsmen ieit
Jentral High School Mav 28 at thu
end of the school term and wer
returned to state control.
Ihe Court of Anneals vpstprHav
reversed an order by U.S. Dis'rici
Judge Harry J. Lemley ol Ars-
ansaswlnc h would have deferred
school integration in Little Rock
until 1961.
The niiiioritv ODininn was writ
ten by Marion C. Matthes of St
Louis, one of the seven iudees or
the Eighth Circuit Court, which!
sat en banc lo hear argument!
presented by attorneys for the'
Little Rock School Board, the Na
tional Assn. for the Advancement
Colored Peonle. and the sev
en Negro students still eligible to
attend Central High School.
Mindful as we are that the in
cidents which oecurivd within Tpn
tral High School produced a situa
tion wnicn adversely atiected nor normal
mal normal educational processes," the
opinion s.-iid, "we nevertheless an
COmnelled lo hold that surh inci
dents are insufficient to constitute
a legal basis for suspension of the
plan to inteerate the nnhiii-
schools in Ltlle Rock.
"To hold otherwi would re
suit in accession to the demands
of insurrectionists or risters."
Chief Judge Archibald K. Card
nerof the, ADDeals Court riifirrvn
from his colleagues. He did not
file a dissenting oninion but ofter
ed a memorandum
"I would affirm on the grounds
stated by Judge Lemley in his
opinion," the memorandum said i
"Because of the limitation o
lime wilhin which this case must
be decided it is not possibly l.i
prepare a dissenting opinion,
hence I am preparing only a shon
memorandum.
"It is conceded trmt the sehooli
authorities have acted in good
faith both in formulating a plan!
for integrating and in attempting
to i'lptemenl that plan.
"Their efforts in this regard,
were met with unprecedented en
unforeseen opposition and resk'. resk'.-ance
ance resk'.-ance as set out and enumerated in
the majority opinion.
"The opposition Included ac-,
of voilence to such an unprece
Rented extent that the Armei
Forces of the United States were
Rationed in and about the school
building.
"in this situation the action
Judge Lemley in extending the
time ns renuested by the srl;" srl;"-of
of srl;"-of icials was the exercise of his
judicial discretion."

D.C.

Officials
sly Await

,.t n,i,iv i ,ui i iici iicrs
have delayed integration for
The gistt of the majority opi opi-nlon
nlon opi-nlon was that th, "turmoil, eha
os end bedlam" et the school
was not due to the presenc
It is more accurate," the oninl
threats ind other acts of voilence
were the direct result of 32
opposition to the presence of the
Negro students.
"To our mind there i$ great
tliTT from, a legal standpoint
when the problem in Little Rock
' .stated in this manner.
From the record it appears
that none o' the Negro studen's
nn"VesTsible for the incidents
on the school property and the one
Negro expulsion seems to havs
resulted after the Negro student
was physically struck in the facs
following which it was found that
n violation of an agreement with
the school board not to becoma
mbroiled in incidents."
, Italicized in the majority omn
Jon ( were these words:
"We say the time has not ytt
com in these United States
when an ordar of a Federal court
must be whittled away, watered
dow" or shamefully withdrawn
in th face of violence and un unlawful
lawful unlawful acts of individual citiiens
and opposition thereto."'
The ruling was the second by
the court on an appeal in connec tion
with integration of Central
h'mi ac iiooi
Last April 28 the court reiect
an appeal by Faubus from aa in injunction
junction injunction l arring him and Arkans
ss National Guard officers front
blocking integration.
Only A Handful
Listen As Kasper
Goes At It Again
NASHVILLE (UPI) Rabble Rabble-rousing
rousing Rabble-rousing John Kasper, his outcries
slilled for almost a year by the
walls of a federal penitentiary,
w s al il asain yesterdav.
Kasper picked Nashville to hold
his first rally since he was re released
leased released from the federal prison at
Tallahassee, Fla., early this
month. But only a handful of the
faithful and curious came.
A group of 30 adults and 20
children gathered at a private
t -iu;h th" city limits to
head Kasper's two hour long
tirade.
He indicated he would hire an
out o' state lawyer for his
upcoming legal battle with state
authorities who accused Mm of
''fitin- tn riot during the Integra,
tion of first grade in Nashville last
tall.
"I have no faith or co
in Tennessee lawyers,"

nfidence

Kasper

Kasper was sentenced to ens
year in federal prison for inter interfering
fering interfering with integration of Clinton,
Tenn.. high school in 156. He is
free on bond pending appeal of a
second conviction in connection
with the Clinton riots.
In his latest verbal outpouring,
Kasper attacked Nashville Mayor
Ben West, gubernatorial nominee)
Buford Ellington and assorted g
ernment and state officials.
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PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1951
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f CALYPSO, CONT.
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Unemployment is rampant in the Republic of Panama
(Anyone who disbelieves this may ask de la Guardia.
Otherwise why should ne call in all the expensive experts
To recommend; file away then continue with all the imports.
Everyday we see a new supermarket
'But along with them come the super prices,
Which has caused the housewives to cut down on spices,
While t Chamber of Commerce official has just given me a hint.
The CofC man says a number of supermarkets will soon fold
Just as Raul Reed's Co-op, so I was told.
The canned goods in most cf these markets are awfully rusted,
And the quality of some of their goods cannot be trusted.
The rice crops in Chiriqui are in a hell of a state
And if war should break out in the Mid-East,
All of us in our little country will suffer a nasty fate
Unless we learn the art of yoga and start to fast.
Contraband in Panama is bad enough
But in Colon there are full-time salesmen,
Selling rice, tomato paste, milk, chance and liquor of every specimen
Which is causing Eleta to bawl since the Treasury's having it rough.
One of my Yankee friends in the Hotel Astoria is washing dishes,
While a local-rate school mate in Costa Rica is catching fishes.
My boss has just asked me to work out some calculation,
In preparation for Brother Potter's coming castigation.
About the condition of Panama City's streets.
I will agree with Malcolm there has been new ones and
general improvement.
But that crater by the Tropical Theater and a few other places,
Have certainly caused my car to slow down on its movement.
Brother Lopez Fabrega has roads built on a map and paper
But like Local 900 he must wait for a U.S. loan.
Apparently Fabrega disagrees with Malcolm's supermarket
man as a faker
Or, like most of us superprices victims, he will learn to groan.
So far I have been offered six new cedulas
And the cedula bandits claim ( do not have to be photographed.
If Malcolm needs a cedula and wants to bring along the "fellas,"
There's a bandit in a high place who will do it, but one day
he may be wanted.

The boys from the Hotel Employes' Union in Panama City
Have taken away $5 from me to put in their kitty.
You see, the labor judge says they should all be fired
As will Malcolm and Ginger if they in Panama a union should build
100 Percent Unionist.

MASTER HOUSING PLAN

Sir

' th Pnma r.anal nlanninc staff has uncorked another

wasteful scheme which win cost my fellow-taxpayers plenty.
This Is the recently-announced master housing plan. It falls

for the construction or some 140 tnree- ana iour-Dcaiooin,,bwu-bath
apartments.
Now here is where the waste comes in. While the need for
these apartments was originally based on a survey showing a
large number of big families (with three or more kids) which
were improperly housed. The program was sold to the governor
and the board of directors on that basis, but when it comes to
the actual assignment of these new and expensive quarters they'll
gO to couples with one child or none at all.
Here is how money could be saved: build only one- and two two-bedroom
bedroom two-bedroom apartments. I estimate $700,000 could be saved in this
manner. The Panama Canal now has more than 500 three- and
four-bedroom apartments, and more than half of these are oc occupied
cupied occupied by couples with only one child, or with none.
The Housing Division allowed this situation to come about
by favoring oldtimers (All the Housing Division employes have
at least 20 years of service).
If ever a portion of that group of one-childr martyrs was
moved to other quarters, there would be room for the large
families now living In bachelor apartments.
Those of us who work for other US Government agencies
down here feel the large-family Panama Canal employes are
auckers, and we resent the tax dollars their acceptance of this
ridiculous situation costs us.
RJ.

Sir:

SPOTLIGHT ON KOBBE

rt. Kobbe has been in the spotlight lately, and the following

Items, among others, have been illuminated:
1. While safety in every shape and form is being stressed
throughout the US, a request for safety screening for danger danger-ens
ens danger-ens stairs in Ft. Kobbe quarters was made four months ago, and
there is no action yet. Telephone calls have gotten no results,
merely something about "No funds." The first child to fall and
break some bones will get funds and protection for everyone. At
our house we pray it will not be our child.
2. It is realized that Military Plice duty is a dangerous job,
demanding long hours and special skills. It would be appreciat appreciated
ed appreciated therefore if these law enforcers would spend a little more
time at their trade and less time chasing girls and just plain
harassing people. The letter of the law Is strictly enforced when
it comes to the unfortunates who have no friends in the upper
levels of the MP system. These sterling men have been observed
going miles out of their way, remaining untold hours in a vehi vehicle,
cle, vehicle, over a hot engine, to apprehend and question young ladies
Who are known to be the perpetrators of practically every crime
committed. I suggest that the MP force be doubled, their pay
Increased, and that they be furnished some sort of award for
this demanding portion of their strenuous job.
Tropic AI
BUT THE ODOR LINGERS ON...
Sir:
When the new management took over Hotel El Panama
Mfne months ago there were announcements it planned to cor correct
rect correct some of the features to which both tourists and local peo people
ple people objected.
' i, One point of criticism has always been the coffee shop,
Where the odor of frying food is by some means impounded near
the stoves and pumped back Into the customers area.
Prices in the coffee shop have soared; its new black-and red
decor Is quite attractive; glare has been reduced. But the smell
of fried food still meets the customer at the door.
Diner

PANAMA AMERICAN

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CA1S F1U YOUR NEbUSl

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ROME ftina I-nlnhririia nr

even Miss Universe, devine of
iate anu lorm, can wander at
nignt througn tne narrowest, twist
ing streets of the old city across
the Tiber here saiely and unrru
lested. No gangs stalk Italy's ci.
ties as thugs stalk our own side sidewalks
walks sidewalks across the U.S.
There are pickpockets and
purse snatchers. There are bicy bicy-l.o
l.o bicy-l.o uiiovtt, wuo nave gradn.i-...
cum laude into car snatchers.
oui inert are no mobs, we aj
learn from our Italian friends.
I've walked ilirough Rome late
at night and wherever I've been,
there've been special police walk walking
ing walking in pairs carrying small ma machine
chine machine guns. Throughout the nign
other police details, part of an
intricate system of law and oth other
er other forces, spot check suspicious
cars and trucks.
Ne crowds of hoodlums gath.
or. No street gangs maul or
boat these police. Tha cops
won't molost anyone or abu
their own powor. But they
moan business. So the police
records show that except for a
small band crooks up north,
who wore making lika Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood gansters in three or four
holdups, there have been no
major organized crimes in re recant
cant recant years.
The last of these "heists" -jibs

described by the criminal police
of Milan as a "Chicago type ar armored
mored armored car robbery. The police
believe it mieht not have hnm.pn

ed if Americans didn't give he

wcai mugs ideas by blaming ev

eryming on an international Ma
fia. Obviously the Mil an "mnW

and had been to an American mo

vie.
First they "cased" the route
of an armored car carrying cash
securities. Then the small gang
decided on its strategy. They do
termined to tiottle up the steel
plated vehicle by "crashing" two
passenger cars at one end of t
small street and blockading the
other with a big truck. Six times
they rehearsed the "accident."
One the big day, the armored
vehicle entered the Via Osoppj.
The gang ran one of its cars in
to another, gently, at one corner
men it straudieu the gutter witL
a truck at the .7 her end nt h

street. Guns tlas.ied. The guards
gave up some $40,000 in cash anu

some two million in non-negotiable
notes. These were wormier

to tne crooks.
That was Italy's big "Brink.;
case." The police cr.vked it fast
enough.
Earlier there hid been a
$20,000 bank robbery. Tha pi
lice nailed that one too. That's
about tha size of it. Nona ot
these ware Mafia job, tha Ira
lien Mafia doesn't oparata that
way. This Mafia is mar. a u,.,

of life than an or nization.
It is more a revolt against au
thority than a combine of nit i
giving orders to a disciplined net
work of en.orcers. It does no.
meet. It has no cells. It has no
identification books or buttons' or
passwords or signals. It seldom
reaches out of imporverished P..
lermo, capital of Sicily. It can
but it doesn't.
Yet Mafia has a unity of will
which can order hone hrealrtu

punishments and exeucitions On

ly aiter many nours of discussion
with men who have lived "a
mong" it can a straneer under.

sunu how the Maiia oi Sicily can

exist ana yet not exist.
You best deserihe it hv mri

ing that in hundreds nt enm .nn

nities on the island there is a

Don," a prominent citizen a
powerful fiaure who is itho-

feared or loved or simply respect

eu. ne may or may not know si
milar "Dons" in nearby commu
nities.

In each town, the nenle turn

to their Don, Instead ol the pu
lice, if they feel aggrieved. He
listens. He acts. What he ask. h

gets. The word may be death to

some rapVt, looter, cheat or e

ven a Dandit in the hills.

Tha Don will find his own
way to dispatch a courier io
soma strong peasant, factary
hand or market worker to kill
a man or br.tak his bones or
burn his house. Or tha Don may
Una up with a group trying to
control a meat or vegetable
market. Thara are feuds. This
past summer mora than 10
men hive been killed in thas
Sicilian Hatfield-McCoy feuds.
This Mafia Is awesome even if
it is not all-powerful. Hundreds
of Sicilians are jailed by the au
thonties each vear and iocke l in

the grim rat trap known as Pa

lermo s ucciardone prison, r h e
Mafia reaches into this prison
and others, it metes out its own
type of justice.
Prisonen who don't accpt the
Mafia word from outside the
walls are punished on Mafia's or orders.
ders. orders. The other week the official
prison warden, Dr. Alessandro.
Fadda, reported that 400 prison
ers had their bones broken over
a period of time. Yet all they
would say was they had fallen
down the stairs.
The Mafia reaches into many
"'pees. But not into the M is,
U.S.A., which the Sicilian believe
i pivinj their homeland a nan

reputation. It's not their brand o.

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NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

IT'S HOW THE DICI ROLL:

Kay Kendall and Margaret Leigh-

ton used to be buduies now
they re baddies (to each other:

mat is.) ...bana Turner and Mich Michael
ael Michael Dante (whoever he is) in Par Paradise.
adise. Paradise. This week only, that is ...

Joe ewis trying it witn Jcs
Af .. .. 'A .. Hnn n..

the next confiscation will be au

thorized.''

While WW's Away (LM Plays):
While tht President slent at the

Waldorf on his UN sueech. .Tim

Hagerty, his press aide made an

Newest neadache for as Vegas

is lue gamoung green light at Ho.
sario Beach in Mexico, ten miles

from Tijuana and less than 150

iioin ua Aiigeies. (Halt the dis

tance to Vegas.) ... me wneeis
started turning mere on July 26

wnen ihe ax tame tnrough lor a

trio of American operators head headed
ed headed by Jonn Mooney, iormer East
St. Louis lay-oil man; Euuie Nelis,
old-time gambling iront, and a
character named Henry Gunman
... operation ot the casino, 't in

Mexico in years, seems w and-kabooQie oi dream pieces uy'the staff Under the code of "2nn"
a new policy to permit gambling yesuga, jad his pals, John Mados ceal
all alone tne boruer as welt a in i

Acapulco, whicn is slated to get

sel's iormer date, uaren Hanoon. incongruous party with the foots

wiui we oiu auu ou wuu uie anor and a dreary columnist

irom a "Hate Ike" left wing ag ag-zette...
zette... ag-zette... Batista's son and debutante

fV s iNatalle Trundy making

old.)

So Why Not Ask Me (About this

t : : -1. .u- ...i : ; 1 "'

j.uit'diw. xu u we wenei vi wuiu uite naimer and Her Grace at Ed
about the Maiia, Apalachin, labor Wynne's Harwvn. wher inid..

racketeering and tne whole kit- j ally, Ed Wynne is referred to by
a nri.lr a I w w in i nt rlro m ntofac i th of rv . r.

the go-ahead within 30 days.

, . T"4. Jl"Ttle King" and operates 'as 1

as well reau ii). u .uaute xieveu

NEW BOND POLICY
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Treasury announced yesterday
that some holders of series F
and G savings bond maturing aft after
er after Aug. 31 may convert them to
series E .and H. bonds without
the usual limitation. Purchases of
E and H. bonds normally are li
mited to $10,000 a year in each
series epr person. The unlimited
conversion applies only tp indivi individuals
duals individuals snd personal trust estates,
the Treasury said.

low wants to take Jill St. John in
his private plane again, he'll have
to lignt her studio oosses or Duy
the studio with mama's five-and-dime
millions or marry Jill, if
and when she gets a divorce from
Neil Dubin ... Lavid Wayne John Johnny
ny Johnny Desmond situation Dackstage
at "Say Darling" is getting out ot
hand ... Next upcoming Hollywood
romance item will be between
Millie Perkins, heroine of the film filmed
ed filmed "Diary of Anne Frank," and
Dean "Compulsion" Stockwell just
as soon as the press age.r.s' mi mimeographs
meographs mimeographs get around to it.. .Pub .Publicists
licists .Publicists of "Cry Baby Killer" sure
missed out on another hot one a-'
bout the pictures Carolyn Mit Mitchell.
chell. Mitchell. (She's the Mickey Rooney
sleeping-pill girl.) Had a big to-do
with young Trujillo when she re refused
fused refused to go on his yacht just
when the film was preeming and
no one knew about it... This will
get a howl from the usual source,
but the "ly-in-the-ointment in the
Liz Taylor Arthur Loew Jr.
friendship is Susan Strasberg who

likes mm too. (She s 19 and fig figures
ures figures it's time she got married.)...
In case you're wondering what be became
came became oi Terry Moore the one

time Bikini gal, she's studying

Shakespeare with Sandy Meisner
... Hear about the simple soul
who's afraid to walk down dark
streets for fear he'll trip over a
fallen woman.
I Could Go On and On (and

that's what I'm doing): Zsa Zsa

uabor tried a new one every night
in Chicago this week, beginning
with Norman Granz, then Pa Pa-Baffles,
Baffles, Pa-Baffles, "Black Orchid" nightclub
owner and reputed fiance oi John Johnny
ny Johnny Ray's ex, Marilyn Morrison,
and ending up with a publisher...
Joey Adams and Zsa Zsa doing so
sensationally at Chez Paree, held
over an extra week which prompt prompted
ed prompted Cincy to wire-: "Hope somr oi
her gifts rub off on you but don't
let her rub off on you" ... Pent
House's Paul Taubman bought a
new book described as Hollywood's
biggest seller: "Who's Whose". .

no one bothered to mention the
one guy who is at the very apex
of the, operation who is known as

the

timiua nuuse ioi uio eu

(ire underworld' from an1" apart

ment in urooKiyn, or did so until

St. Moritz manager, and Mickey
Mantle, are now known a a 201 nd

202, respectively, and what's
mine: 23 Skidoo?...Hapy news;
Chez -Vitfrt'Vitb Pisa out of the
hospital today in time for tbmor-

v.3 gm-away DIOW-OUt OH E

recently His name is GaetanoTftic- 60th to begin the annual two-week
ci, alias "Bobo," alias Amhooy Summer vacation. (But the West-
Goebels. This darkly mysterious Chester Vito fiddlers and sineer
nni'.vm lnnnrl 1 1 A 1 ti till 1 1 .... .,

sive m usuai throughout the
Summer.)

person indeed, a 210-pound, 6-foot

3 giant, born in 1893, who trans transmuted
muted transmuted orders to the world wide

mob irom an apartment at 125 0

The Biz There's No Biz Like:

cean Fkway. No decision any- Singer Jane "Rocky" Morgan's
where was taken without consult-1 front-paged "Kiss Me Kate" fisti fisti-ing
ing fisti-ing him. But he was so powerful cuffs with Earl Wrightson upped
that even after Jack Lait and 1 1 her night club asking price to
printed his dossier in "Chicago more than double. "When I start start-Confidential,"
Confidential," start-Confidential," he was hot molest- ed on a singing career," she says
ed by the law and the only time "I thought I'd need a right tune'
he was mentioned at the Kefauv-. not a right cross." ... This is news'
er comic opera was at a "sneak" indeed: Jules Podell will open his
morning session in Washington,. Earned Copacabana for lunch and
not covered by the press or by TV j cocktails come Sept. 4. But no
which "glamorized" all the less-, change of policy at night He is
er lights. (More about this coming; not dropping floor show at io.f

up-if I live.). not this year. Joe E. Lewis in for
his annual stint on Sept. 11 It's
I Slipped This In (Because it's i colder than an iceberg when" In In-important):
important): In-important): Thanks to Alice Wide-'gfld Bergman meets Anita Ek Ek-ners'
ners' Ek-ners' breezy little news letter, "U. 1 befg Boris Kaplan, Paramount
S.A." for this reprint from Ed-iP" talent headflipping his lid
mund Burke (1729-97) and now over Cass Franklin's newest dis dis-timely
timely dis-timely it is today: "Nations arejeovery. Marie Wallace, a 21 year-wac-ing
deeper and deeper into, an old redhead with a bilt. (Presides
ocean of boundless debt. Public tonight as the Caddy Queen at
debts, which at first were a seciffUG.M.'s 50th anniversary bl"W out
ty to goevrnments ... are likely ip in Flint, ,Mich.)...Enchantress Mo Mo-their
their Mo-their excess to become the means na Freeman .enchanting a UCLA
of their subversion. If govern- physical Instructor named Norman

meius pruvrae ior tnese aems Dy Miner... Hollywood societv band
V. ...... ; n 41 ... i,i r r . J

WASHINGTON The sudden,

secrei reamg conterebce between
Kmushehtv ana ao 'iau mUt'
was preteueu some weens earn
er by a comidenuai war.uug juia
Admiral eux ovump, American
naval commander ui tne s
Last, tnat irouote mignt oe brew
ing with toe Red uunese.
Jstuaip flew to vvasmugton to at.
teno the secret military strategy

meeting at Quantico, Vi., wiiere

ne warned our highest military

JUuUo mat U.O. iMUVai iUK.cs

in tne T-acilic were inadequate,
our earners wearing ou,, auu

mat we naunegiecteo our ear

Eastern .riends.
Some toe Communist maneu
veruig on toe mainland oi China
especially worried stump, i u
Chinese Reus nave a growing eco

nomic problem, ana war coutu

be a desperate way out.
With modern metucine and bet
ter living conditions now prevailing-
in parts ot China, the Chinese
poUiai.uii IS OUtgilleV I
One tiling tnat alarmed Stump
was the statement by Chinese
leaders that hi case ot war uniu
could afford to lose half its popu population,
lation, population, it wouiu sun have 300,utiu.
00ft left.

Human life in China has long

Deen tne cneapitst ot all commo commodities.
dities. commodities. This Was one reason lor
the waves of suicide troops thrown
against American lines in the Ko Korean
rean Korean war.
It is also one reason why A-

merican military strategists have
long feared the belligerency of

Red China more man the bei i i-gerency
gerency i-gerency of Red Russia.
There nave bcu creasing re.
ports from both Moscow and Pek
ing that the Chinese Reds were
becoming restless with the Krem

hn's more moderate' leadershij

and wanted a tougher policy to
ward the West.
Khrushchev's right-about face
regarding a summit conference
after conferring with Mao Tse.
tung appears to bear this out.
IKE'S LABOR SECRETARY

An African workers' delegate tc

in Geneva recently commiserate!
with Eugene Frazier, president of
the United Transport Service Em.
ployes, regarding discrimination a

gainst Negroes in the U n i t e j

states.
"Things aren't so bad," replied
Frazier, himself a Negro. "They
arp imnroving all the time."
The African delegate looked in incredulous.
credulous. incredulous. "That isn't what I hear," he
expressed his disbelief.
"What would you think," re replied
plied replied Frazier, "if I took you up
for a drink with the American
Secreatry, of Labor this after afternoon?"
noon?" afternoon?" "I wouldn't" believe it," remark
ed the African delegate. J
HWever, Frazier did take him
up to have a drink with the Se;
retary of Labor, James Mitchell,
who was head of the American
delegation to Geneva. Mitchell
made it a practice to invite labor
leaders, delegates, representatives
of all countries to his of'jde re
gardless of race, creed or cttor
twice a week. 4
The African delegate came a
way figuring things were not
quite as bad in the USA as the
Communists claim.
EX-LAWYER FOR MAFIA

While a Senate committee has
been investigating Chicago gang gangsters
sters gangsters and the Mafia, a Chicago
congressman who once defender,
members of the Mafia and was
once seen at a baseball p me
with Al Capom, tends to his knit

ting in the nearby House of Ru

presentatives.

He is Congressman Roland V.

Libonati, Democrat of Chicago.

whose election caused some skep

tical glances from colleagues

After six months on the 10b

however, it can be reported that

Libonati not only is nikinr

scores of friends among once du dubious
bious dubious colleagues, but is chatty
up a repuria ion as a cisc en
tious and bard-working congre.-.?
tu -j
7n facl hie mm..i ( i .

- -a..viu u, attend attendance
ance attendance on .ue i4ouse iLor is pheno pheno-lUeuai.
lUeuai. pheno-lUeuai. ijuoJan iits net in..;,. ;
one minute of the caiiy meeliugs
of Congress since he too o....
He nas a 100 per cent vo ing
record on all toil and quorum
calls, anu, pcu j e is vvjys
there, has been called upon by
Speaker in iyr a itKerf
leades no less man 20 times to
make the motion ior aaily ad adjournments.
journments. adjournments. In action, he has not missed
a single meeting of the House
tuaiciiuy Committee, of whicn at
is a member.
Linonati has introduced a to'ai
of 40 bills, dealing with slum re redevelopment,
development, redevelopment, juvenile dehnquen
cy, veterans' benefits, Alaskan
Stateiinrifi and omn

, v.u.wj ...tut JCIldUl
"wuon of jobless and old people.

;, uui ne is pi-uaaest of is
called the "Youth tamp Recrea
tion Act ot 1958" to authorize the
Department of Health, Education
and Welfare to estaolish a snir. snir.-mer
mer snir.-mer camp program for indigent
children ail over the -nation.
Before coming to Congress, Li Libonati
bonati Libonati was cited by me America
Legion for the ounding of the A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan woys Camp at Coloma,
Wisconsin, which has been in x
istence since 19J7 and which pro provides
vides provides accommodations for 800
children of veterans and service
men each year.

r WASHINGTON PIPELINE

President Eisenhower has been
upset by. the misleading economic
statistics he received last winter

that made him get -out on a Hffr.
and predict the recession would
end m 'March.
. When the recession got worse
instead oi Deuer, ike j.nril
manded more accurate economic
reporting, a a teaoli, tne Com Commerce
merce Commerce Department has started to
revise its system for figuring tm tm-gross
gross tm-gross natonal product. 5 .The
corrupt unions which were kicked
out of the AFL-CIO have hired pri
vate detectives to snoop on Pres President
ident President George Meany. The ousted
unions are not comparing notes
to see what dirt they can di? up
on Meany Several AFL CIO u-
nions are defying Meany's ordc-rs
to ostraciM the outcast unions.
At least a dozen have signed work working
ing working agreements with the expelled
t- m fcai mehldiK th .fjrla'
Maritime Union, Of Ice Employes,
and United srjwery Workers.
GLASS PLANT REOPENS
PITTSBURGH (UPI)Pitts (UPI)Pitts-burgh
burgh (UPI)Pitts-burgh Plate Glass Co. is resuming
operations of the No. l tank at its
Henryetta, Okla. facilities which
has been idle for repairs since
March; The company also is re recalling
calling recalling 300 employees to the Hen Henryetta
ryetta Henryetta site.

immii i 111

heavy impositions, they perish by
becoming odious to the people ...
Revolutions are favorable to con-

tiscation, and it is impossible, 'to

leader Ben Cutler who is referred
to as an "Older Pat Boone' of all
things, just booked a guitar may

or 10 accompany a safari to Kn-

ni is serious about doing a come

dy for her next, howza about "The
Loves of Rosselini?" She should
know.

know under what obnoxious names I ya, of all things ... If Anna Magna-

Wail of a Wedded Wewh: I
dreamed of sable and mink. But
I got the kitchen sink r.

il ,m., l!--J--i

Veterans Again Can
Now Buy Life Insurance
At Old WW II Rates

Let us tell you how you can
still apply lor an olrl line legal
reserve life insurance policy
similar to your old NSL1 plan.
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HONOR GRADUATE Ma. Samuel E. Anderson of B Battery,
764th AAA Battalion, congratulates Sgt. Marvin J. Pettlt, who
was top man in a class of 15 completing the U,S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Chemical, Biological and Radiological Defense School. A
member of B Battery, the "Pace Setters' Battery," Pettit lives
with his wife and two children at Coco Solito.
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Wm MOVIES-TELEVISION MhS
Ml by Erskine Johnson IB
UL I Nf A Staff Corresponded Mt mWAtmWM

HOLLYWOOD -(NEA) Ex Exclusively
clusively Exclusively Yours: The Old Groaner

and the Young Groaner were on
opposite sides of the camera. Jt
a new role for, Bing Crosby

im t visitor. He arrived un

announced during a rehearsal to
har and see his 24-year.old car.

warbling on

movie set lor tne ursi pme.

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Hollywood calls it "dramatic
license." Time of the film is dur

ing the Korean War, when the
Dodgers were in Flatbuah, but
they appear, in L. A- lettered
caps. Well, let's hope they
haven't moved to Minneapolis or
Miami by the time the film is

released.

New Yorkers Would

Authorize FBI Aid
On Church Bombings
WASHINGTON (UPI) Reps.

Emanuel CeUer (D-N, Y.) aad
Kenneth B. Keating (R-N. Y.) to

day opened a bipartisan campaign

to give tne mi aumoruy 10 in intervene
tervene intervene in such cases as the
bombings of churches, schools and
synagogues in the South.
Cellar, chairman of the House
Judiciary Committee, and Keating

its top Republican member, said
they would introduce a bill to today
day today which would give the FBI the
same kind of "coordinate responsi responsibility"
bility" responsibility" it holds in some other

types of criminal cases.
The congressmen raid in a

statement that there have been 47

bombings or attempted bombing

of homes, churches, synagogues,
schools and community center
since 1947. In only one case, they

said, were local police able to at
rest those responsible.

They added that a similarity in

the bombings indicated that they

were part of an inter state con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy and that local police thus
were hampered in efforts to Catch

the perpetrators. It said this mad
it necessary for the federal gov government
ernment government to step in.
The Celler-Keating bill would

make it a federal crime to trans

port or possess dynamite used to

damage or destroy any reugiou,
educatona. charitable or civic

building.

It would provide a maximum

penalty of one year in jail and a
$1,000 fine.
Celler and Keating said the bill
was aimed at permitting the FBI
"to intervene promptly in the
event of future dynamitings."
'This is done by creating a re rebuttable
buttable rebuttable presumption that dyna dynamite
mite dynamite used to bomb schools,
churches and similar public build buildings
ings buildings was transported in interstate

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Trap'

Bing sat behind the camera,
ilH se everything

and tapped his foot in time with
the mneif like a proud parent at

a PTA benefifW Gary, Pat
nnnno and Tommv Sands blend

ed voices in a song, "That s What
Stonewall Jackson Said." It was
for a big musical number in
"Mardi Gras," in which the laos
play Virginia Military Academy
cadets, singing while they dress,
roll and pack their mattresses
and march out of their barracks;
The rehearsal ended and 3ary
potted his dad. '.t '"
"Good.tfuraber ry
mental," iPing beamed.
"At VM1," said Gary proudly,
"thev don't -sinif- and, they ha.yo

five minutes to do what we uo m

hie nnmher in two ana a nau

"Rut ths nav is better." auinped

Bing, who then hung around the

set for more rehearsal ana tne

actual filming of the nuinDer.
Thn hp left, whistling what

Ktnnewall Jackson said.

Gary wiped the perspiration

from ;his hjow and said about
his nirB! ";l .'.-':' "4

"No1 worltk no wrk he's goj?

it made. Ah, to be his age."

Another bashful guy Earl
Holliman's comment on the
horror trend: "Producer who
PREY together stay together."

THE LOS ANGELES Dodqer

mav be in the basement and aain

without, a home diamond they
can ball their own, but' they're

till doing well finacially. Twelve

ve. resulars' anlit $10,000 for. six

hours' work playing themselves in

Jerry Lewis new movie, me uei uei-sha
sha uei-sha Boy."' They win a game, too

the film, playing a Japanese

team in Tdkyo Stadium (Los An.
geles' Wrigley Field) i a little ir irregular
regular irregular and' I hope no judge rules
the picture, null and void.

Handsome Frank Gifford, the
pro .grid star from USG, is wait waiting
ing waiting for. Warner Bros, to call the

most important play in ms me.
It the studio sells a telefilm

series, m which Frank plays a
prohibition days lawman, he will
skip the grid wars this season,
maybe forever. If the show

doesn't sell and he returns to

uniform, stardom stm may wait

for him- '.-

There s a good chance ot a

big movie click for Gifford as
a southern drawlin' submarine
officer jn "Up Periscope" with
James Garner. "He played

small role with Garner in "Dar

by''' Rangers," but his role xln
the sub movie is one written to
torpedo feminine hearts.

said the bill

It

would merely aive federal authori

ties jurisdiction to investigate and
prosecute cases in which inter interstate
state interstate facilities were used to trans transport
port transport the explosives, they said.
Quote Unquote

WASHINGTON Senate Demo

cratic leader Lyndon B. Johnson,

expressing faith in this country's

space program despite tne lauure

of Sunday s moon-snot :

"I feel that before this century

is out we are going to nave peo

pie not only on the moon, but also

on near planets.

SIX-WEEK-OLD CHRIS, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Whitei of
the US Embassy in Honduras, was flown with his mother from
Tegucigalpa, Honduras, for emergency treatment at Oorgas
HwpttaT baby.'aiHn from a aevere infection, arrived here
aboard van AJ brook C-47 aircraft Saturday" afternoon. Attend Attending
ing Attending the baby on "the mercy flight from, Honduras were, Dr.
Jame R. Markette, and Capt. Rutb'S. Bvana, Flight Nurse, both
from the 6700th Diipansary at Albroqk. A6ve, Evans, followed
bv the child's mother, carries little Chris to a waiting ambul ambulance
ance ambulance (Official USAF Photo)

House Probers Disclose Snarl
On Military Rocket Launchers

By JACK GAVE R
NEW YORK (UPD A parade
in Mason City, Iowa, has start
ed nine-year.old Lynn Potter on a
show business career. He will piaj
in the national company of the
Broadway hit, "The Music Man,"
which open Aug. 18 in Los An.
geles.
The North Iowa Band Festival
Parade in Mason City recently
was tied in this year with the

municipal honoring of Meredith

willson, a native son who wrote
and composed "The Music Man." I
A number of floats were devis-1

ed to represent scenes from the

show. On the floats were persons
chosen to look as much as possi possible
ble possible like the leading players in
the Broadway, cast. Lynn was
chosen to represent Eddie Hodges
in the role of Winthrop Paroo.
Willson noticed Lynn particular
ly during the parade, and later he
auditioned the lad. Then Lynn
was flown to Los Angeles to adu adu-dition
dition adu-dition for the musical's director,
Morton da Costa. He was signed
to a contract.
Five one-act plays by William
Inge, Pulitzer Prize and Critics'
Award winning playwright whose
fourth straight succers, 'The Dark
at the Top of the Stairs', is tirmiy
established at the Music Box Thea
tre, will be given their world pre
miere this summer at PennsylvanI
ia State University's Mateer Play,
house at Standing Stone, Pa. They
will be presented there July 28
through Aug. 2.
The longest of the Ave plays is
"Bus Riley's Bak In Town," a
completely revised version of In
ge's "Glory in the Flower" which
was done on TV's "Omnibus"
five years ago.

The others are 'Sohndi f tyi.

umph', "To Bobolik for Her

Spirit," "The Tinv Clnspt" nn

'Memory of Summer" Max Fis

cher, a member of the t nf

the American Theatre Wine sinlo

1954 and for two seasons director

ot tne Standing Stona Theatre, will
direct the plays. Inee will be th

for the week of performances as

well as the previous week of re.
hearsals.
The Mateer Playhouse, located
in the mountains 18 miles from
the campus was acquired recently
by the university to serve as a
laboratory and classroom for sum summer
mer summer students.

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NEW YORK (UPJ Wet Vir.
ginia Pulp and Paper Co. yes,
day announced it is opening a new
sates office in Pittsburgh making
direct sales benefits available to
buyers in the area for the first
time.

ACQUIRE OIL COMPANY
NEW YORK (UPI) Webb a
Knapp, Inc. yesterday announced
its af iliate Gulf States Land a In
dustries, Inc. has acquired an 80
per cent interest in Colmar Sun
nam Oil Co. Ltd. which holds an
exclusive concession on more 'lar.
14 million acres of land antK off offshore
shore offshore properties in Dutch Guiana

RENAME RED ROSE

DERBY, England (UPI) A l.
cal nursery explained yesierda it
has re named its new strain of
bright red rose "Velvet Robe
because it didn't sell well under
tne original name of "Aom
Bomb.''
WILL BUILD HOTELS
NEW YORK (UPl)-Hoel Corp.
of America announced today it
will build seven new hotels and
expand two others at a cost of
$15. million. Yesterday the com company
pany company said it had refused a bffer
o $20 million io sell the Plrfiia
Hotel in New York. tS

It's heavy Tove'Scenes at last
for Garner and Joanna Barne;

in the same film. On the beach

in bathing suits a la Burt Lan

caster and Deborah Kerr m

"From Here to Eternity."

First time Mr. Maverick has
cuddled aV'dqll. On TV itfs, usual,
ly a deck of cards.
Sophia Loren's still being
haunted by those almost nude
iphotos taken when she was a
model in "Rome. There' a full
page one in the current issue of
an Italian magazine. Embarrass
ing now.

MOSCOW An English-speak

ing Russian,, on the publicity sur
rounding America's moon rocket
attemlStsu.. r,:.- s r.'
"Why aren't the Americans sen sensible
sible sensible like other people? Why all
this fuss before success is
achieved?"

WASHINGTON A House sub subcommittee,
committee, subcommittee, on the question of fair
advertising practices in the medl
cal field:
"In the field of ethical (pre (prescription)
scription) (prescription) drugs especially, the
public has a right to expect and
demand a degree of responsibility
as well as standards and practices

ainere.rt irom those in the promo promotion
tion promotion of soap, ttlevision and automobiles."

LONDON "Aetherhis," an or
ganization claiming to be in con

tact with space people, warning of
"inelant ita1,fiMH't ; ...il

...... ib,auauuu ii au cai in
rocket hurts anyone living on the
moon:

"This is an urgent warning. W
have just heard from Martians at
present visiting the moon."

COLOMBO, Ceylon Minister
of food and agriculture, Philip
Gunawardene, warning Western
powers of Ceylon's future nation nationalization
alization nationalization plans:
"I assure you that within I to
10 years we will nationalize all
plantations and the white com companies
panies companies will have to pack up and
get out of this country without
trying to dictate terms to us."

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DOVE OF PEACE? What could well be the reauR of a trip

which attracted much attention to Los Angeles; Calif. With
an arrow in tta back, the bird goes about Its daily routine with
. jt, u t nm MkwIiMM .Vint It hn no

no apparent aimcuuy. tu wp puvw its wvo -- -trouble
flying. Tip of arrow oas.; en in front beak- At

bottom, the pigeon pauses im wtmrngmfKr '..

l swapa aw- iMUSHfa.,

WASHINGTON Rep. Kenneth
B. Keating (R-N.Y,), charging
Democrats with "legislative tyr
anny":
"The members are beine olaced

in the impossible position of swal

lowing a lot of bad legislation to

get the good."

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Anti-Cancer Serum

From Horses Slows
Pace Of Disease
TORONTO (UPI) Production
of an anticancer serum from
horses that could add much s

three pain-free years to cancer
victims and eventually be develop developed
ed developed as a vaccine waa suggested to to-dsv
dsv to-dsv by a Toronto surgeon.
Dr. Gordon Murray, director of
the Gardiner Medical Research
Foundation, published hi findings
in the current Canadian Medical
Assn. Journal. He has been work working
ing working on anticancer serum for sev several
eral several years along with several
other doctors.
The serum is derived from in injecting
jecting injecting horses with human cancer
tissue over a period of time and

then removing blood from the
horse and fractionating it. Dr.
Murray's work provides further
support to the view held by tome
medical men that cancer is caused
by something against which, the
body's resistance might be im improved.
proved. improved. Other support has come
from the finding of a virus that
cause breast cancer in mice.

WASHINGTON, (UPI)-Houe In In-vestigtfdr
vestigtfdr In-vestigtfdr charged yesterday that
the Air Fdrce once; paid $408
each or part of an airborne
rocket launcher after turning down
another f irn' d-fcr ttvsupbiy the
part for $48. eafih.
A House Military Operations tub tub-committee
committee tub-committee said six year of costly

errors, inemciency nveiry ana
second guessing have left the Air
Force and Naw: with only a hand-

wings of their planes.
In a report; on hearings which

stretched aver two years, the sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee said it would ask the
comptroller general to investigate
some phases of the services' sep

arate launcher programs to find
out if government money was im

properly spent.

At one point, the subcommittee
said, the Air Force paid North
American Aviation an average of
$406 each for adapters to fit th

launchers to Its Flw fighter alt alter
er alter rejecting an offer by Centuries
Industrie, San Pedro, Calif., to
supply the adapters for $4.69 each.
"Thus the' Air' Force procured
adapter for mounting MAS
launchers on Fioo aircraft at a
unit cost 80 or 90 times that pro proposed
posed proposed by Century Industries," it
said.

"Furthermore, th North Amer American
ican American adapter was usable only on
the Fioo aircraft, whereas the
Century Industries adapter would
have permitted suspension on oth other
er other aircraft as well."
On another occasion, the group
said, "one or more unidentified
Navy employe" slipped bid quo quotations
tations quotations on the launchers, which
were supposedly locked in a safe,
to' Warren .Stephenson, identified
by the subcommittee as "a Wash Washington
ington Washington rereientative and contact

man for business concerns."
The launchers in question are
reinforced paper tubes which are
carried under the wings of air aircraft
craft aircraft and jettisoned after they
have fired their nest of 2.75-inch

rockets. ,

The subcommittee said that aft after
er after six year of planning, develop development,
ment, development, modification, m a t er i e l
shortages and other troubles "no
substantial, production yet has

been achieved" on the latest ver

sion of the launchers.
As a result it said, the servic

es do not have enough launchers

to fire all the rockets they have

on hand. In case of an emergen emergency
cy emergency this shortage would curtail
the services, fire power, the sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee warned.

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Pravda Flays Report
In Yugoslav Paper

On Recent Meeting
MOSCOW, Aug. 19 (UPI) -Russia
accused Yugoslavia todav of
assessing the recent meeting be.
tween Soviet Premier Nikin
Khrushchev and Communist Chi Chinese
nese Chinese leader Mao Tse.tung from
the American viewpoint.

As proof, the Communist Party
newspaper Pravda noted that its
Yugoslav counterpart Borba print,
ed a front-page picture of Amer
ice's roving ambassador Roebert
Murphy on the very day that the

Khrushchev.Mao communique was

issued.

Pravda complained that Borba

printed only a short summary of
the communique and as comen comen-tary
tary comen-tary seprinted n article- from

the New York Times.
The Soviet organ asserted that
Murphy was presented by Borba
"as a kind of angel of peace."
when he arrived in the Middle
East.
The appearance on the page;
of Borba of comment from the
New York Times proved, Pravda
said, that the official Yugolav
Newspaper was "in the same
camp with aggressive U.S. cir circles."
cles." circles." ;

Convert Drowns
During Baptism
In Ohio Creek

EAST LIVERPOOL, Ohio (UPI) I

v-une uogar, a, was urowned
here when he slipped from the
grasp of a minister who wa
baptizing him and was swept
away by the swift current nf

rain-swollen Beaver Creek
Oegar of GrantsviUe. W. Va..

was one of 40 persons being
baptized into the Lord Jesus
Christ Church by the Rev. Gal-

jara McCartney, of Akron, Ohio.
The victim was a nephew of the
minister.

McCartney later tnlrf ri

biana County Chief Deputy Sher
iff James Miller he had just im-

mersea young cogar when he lost
his grip. Coear. who rnulH n

swim, was swept downstream sev several
eral several yards before he disappeared
beneath the surface.

Other church members looked
on horrified. Rev. McCartney went
into shock and had to be treated
at a hospital.

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WAKAYAMA, Japan (UPD (UPD-More
More (UPD-More than 100 persons were in injured
jured injured there Saturday night when
police clashed with angry demon,
strators protesting against a gov gov-ernment.imposed
ernment.imposed gov-ernment.imposed efficiency ratinf?
system for teachers. At least 15
persons, including three policemen
were Nisni tali zed. Police arrested
five alleged ringleaders of the un unauthorized
authorized unauthorized protest parade.

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1 COMMUNIQUE

The popular store
El Puerto Libre
, ("B" St. and Sakipuedes)
announces the arrival of
300 bolts of flowered linen, assorted colors
500 bolts of fast color flowered cotton fabrics.
PRICES ? ?
You don't need to ask; you already
know Puerto Libre prices!
Thousands of persons exchange their
COUPONS daily for tickets on the RAFFLE
of a
Beautiful CHALET
that EL PUERTO LIBRE STORE is giving to its
customers for Christmas on the 21st of December
according to the National Lottery

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LUNCHEON AT ECUADORIAN EMBASSY
HONORS NEW AMBASSADOR TO ECUADOR
The Ambassador of Ecuador to Panama and Mrs. Mon Mon-aio
aio Mon-aio gave a luncheon at the Embassy residence Sunday in
honor of the newly appointed Panamanian ambassador to
Ecuador and Mrs. Francisco Aued.

Mr. And Mrs. Mueller
Honored at Luncheon
Mr and Mrs. Foster Mueller
were honored at a farewell luncti luncti-eon
eon luncti-eon yesterday in the Garden
Room oi the Tivoli Guest House.
Mr Mueller, who has been man
ager of the IBM office in the Ca.
nil Zone for the past four years,
kft this morning by plane 1 r
Sn Antonio, Texas, where he ano
his family will vacation before
going to his new assignment at
3ie Redstone Arsenal in Hunts Hunts-viile,
viile, Hunts-viile, Ala.
Gorges Hospital Wives
To Meet Tomorrow
The Gorgas Hospital Wives are
holding a coffee tomorrow morn morning
ing morning at 9:30 at the Quarry Heights
Officers' Club to welcome the
wives of the neW interns, resi resident
dent resident and staff members of the
hospital.
Miss Peterson Honored
At Bridal Shower
Miss Jayne Peterson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Peterson
of Balboa, was guest of honor at
a bridal shower last Saturday alt

ernoon which was given by a
group of ladies from the First
Baptist Church. The shower was
held in Reeder Hall which was
beautifully decorated in the themi:
of wedding bells. Miniature weci.
ding party dolls, exquisit, ly
dressed and placed in flower set settings
tings settings decorated the tables. Favors
were white satin wedding hell
sachets. Mrs. Clay Randcl and
ljer daughter, Sally were respon
sible -for the decorations.
Miss Peterson will marry Mr.
Jphn Owens of Augusta, Ga. Aug.
21 at 7:30 in an open church cer ceremony
emony ceremony at the First Baptist
Church. All friends are inviten

and a reception will follow in
Reeder Hall.

Miss Sharon Booth
Celebrates Birthday
Miss Sharen Lee Booth, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kennet'i R.
A Booth had a birthday party
Saturday evening at the For; A A-mador
mador A-mador Officer's Club. About fnrty
of Sharen's friends helped her
celebrate Music for dancing was
provided by Lucho and his or.
chestra.

Isthmian Toastmaster's Club
To Meet To"ight
The Isthmian Toastmaster's Club
will meet tonight at 6:00 in the
Fern Room of the Tivoli Gtiest
House. The table topic will be un
dor the guidance of Keith York
Mr. John Redding will be the
toaslmaster of the evening and
will introduce the following speak,
ers. Bud Hollingsworth, Ike Har
rouch, Earl Waring and Micl.ey
Kaplin. The last two speakers are
giving their maiden speeches Al Allan
lan Allan Alexander is designated pen
eral evaluator. Anyone interested
in attending is invited. Sport
shirts may be worn.

bara Marshal, Mrs. Emmeline R
Thompson and Mr. O.L.B Thomp Thompson.
son. Thompson. (CONTINUED ON CAGE FIVE)

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column should ba submitted m
nrovwrrttan twm and mailod no
the box number luted duly in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
ty hnd to the office. Notices ot
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone.
Cristobal O.E.S. Sort Club

The Cristobal O.E.S. Star Club

will hoiii us regular monthly

meeting Thursday, Aug, 21 at

7:30 p.m. at the (Jristooal Maao

nic Temple. Regular business will
be taken up ana last minute plans
for the "Cake Walk' Friday night
will be discussed. Mrs. Matilda
Neely and Mrs. Ann Pennock will
be in charge of the refreshments

and entertainment. All Lastern
Star ladies are invited to attend.

Bingo Party For Patients
At Gorgas Hospital
The American Legion Auxiliary
Unit 1. Dcnartment of Panama,
conducted their monthly bingo
partv for patients at Gorgas Hoa
pital in the Red Cross lour.?"
They were assisted by member-'
of the American Legion. Unit
and American Legion Auxiliary
Unit 7 of Fort Clayton. Prizes of
cigarette lighters, shaving cream
and other items were awarded
to the lucky winners. Refresh
ments of punch and home made
cake were served. Hostesses were
Mrs. Mary E. Becker, Mrs. Bar

Catholic Daughters
Catholic Daughters of America,

Court Our Lady of the Miraculous

Medal No. 874, will meet on

Thursday night, Aug. 21, at 7:30

p.m., at the Home of the Knighti
of Columbus ih Margarita, this
is an important business meeting
and all members are urged to be
present.

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COLOMBO, Ceylon (UPI)-Mm-ister
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lombo, Colombo, Ceylon. Senanayade said
the only problem yet to be
straightened out was "the que,
tion of finance."

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40 Energy
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44 Elevated
41 Verbal
49 Palm leaf
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52 Ancient Gtul
53 Huge caik
54 Short jacket
53 On the ocean
56 Goddess of
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Here ii another hind from my
good iriend Gordon Keel ot V an ancouver,
couver, ancouver, y
He writes: "I was watching
rubber bridge game the other day
and a hand with a new twist came
up. South was an uver-biMer and
sure lived up to his reputation.
He should have quit at two hearts
instead of jumping to four. When
the smoke of battle had clearvl a
way South remarked. 'Well, 1 did
guess the clubs correctly and if
the diamond lineiae had only work worked
ed worked I would have made the hand.
"It is my contention that South
should have played West for the
ace of clubs, in which case he
would have gone down two. How
about it?"
Mr. Keel is definitely riant and

has produced a bridge paradox.
I T 1 1 u nj FL .

u i iiau oeeu rancd in to ptav
that four-heart contract (I would
not want to have bid it), I would
have reasoned that West needed
either the ace of cluba or the
king of diamonds for his vu'.ner
able spade overcall. Therefore,
my only chance to make the hand
would be to find him with the are

of clubs in which case his part

ner migni noia uie King of dia

monds.
I would have hoDoerl un with

the king of clubs and succeeded
in going down two tricks instead
of one.

Incidentally. Cnrrtnn it lan ow

rect in stating tht South should
have dro.med the hirlHins

hearts. His partner showed up
with one king, one queen and ons
jack more than he had pro-mised.

Q The bidding has been:
North East South West
1 Pass 2 Pu

t'P ' PS8 T "iv:

You, South, hold:
KS1 VQISS 02 AJTIS
What do you do?
A Bid four heart. You eer eer-Uinly
Uinly eer-Uinly don't want to stop short of
game.
TODAY'S QUESTION
North opens with a forcing bid
of two diamonds.
You, South, hold:
4A Z VQIM3 4lt
What do you do!

THf VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgalkn

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Judy Garland tad Sid Luft, who
can use the money, are consideri
inf several impressive offers for
Judy'i biography. The moil tempt
ing would give them a $15,000 ad
vance plus the services of a top topflight
flight topflight ghost writer. The only sti stipulations
pulations stipulations that might cause
hitch: Judy would have to name
names and meet a Jan. 1, 1859
deadline .Apparently "the heat is
off" Jules Dassin, the success'ul
writer-director who left Hollywood
some years ago bectuse of Com Communist
munist Communist problems. Friends In Pa Pairs,
irs, Pairs, where he's doing well working
for the more relaxed French i ci cinema
nema cinema industry, believe he intends
to return to the United States this
FalL.Tyorne Power his private
investigators checking on Tita
Purdom'i recdnt announcement
that Linda Chirstian and Edmund
Purdom were secretly married in
Mexico a couple of yean heck. If
he could establish the truth of
Mrs. Pudom't allegation, Ty would
save $50,000 a year In alimony...
There's a big romance at the
Burt Lane Theatre Workshop on
W. 46the St. Anita Woods, once

Headlined A hlvis Presley s favori favorite
te favorite girl, has fallen for Art Metra Metra-na,
na, Metra-na, a fellow-student at the school,

ana he tor her. His pet name for
her is "Elvis."
Jim Farlev sets i sold alar fnr

obeying New York's iavwalkin

law even when no gendarmes are

looKHtg mere wasn't a bit o ftrf ftrf-fic
fic ftrf-fic on the corher of 49th and Lex Lexington
ington Lexington earlv when he was abroad

but he waited patiently until the

ngnt turned green before he cros crossed...
sed... crossed... Note to budget -consckons hue

bands: Eydie Gorme spends an

average of $3,000 a week just on
her television wardrobe.. .JOA Joan

Davis of the flickers and TV will
become Mrs. Budd Stock in Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood in early September... Tinj Tinj-my
my Tinj-my Everett of "The Dark avt the
Top of the Stairs" is the leading
candidate for a mojor role in
the Broadway musical being pro
duced by Milton H. Greene. Mar-

ilyn Monroe's former Svengali.

Time don't change much in
the world of show biz. Not long
ago the favorite subieeta fnr inbea

flipped by the Las Vegas 7 eme-

aians were Mama usbors tree
daughters. Now the targets if'
Bing Crosby's four oldest sons. J.
fl 1 a- .1 M i .. r ft

anuDen Auey is rue witn rumors
about Donald H. Coleman pre president
sident president of Theatre ( 'ornnr linn nt

American and co-producer fo the

ui-tated musical comedy, "Oh.
Captain His office telephone has
been disconnected, he hasn't been
seen by the regulars in I J days,
and some bills for the $400,00 pro
due t ion still remain unpaid.. Ex Ex-major
major Ex-major Bill O'Dwver la around (in.

tham agin.. .Anyone know where

uniane (Miss Belgium) THelmaens
is? Dick Radall, who produced the
World's Fail film, "Holiday in Brus
sels" si frantically sr arching for
her because he needs her to do per personal
sonal personal appearances;
Johnnie Ray, set to open et the
Chez Paree in Chleago on Sept. 3,
will do somehmg ne a concert concert-style
style concert-style act with Prez Prado. Cur Currently
rently Currently at the Moulin Rouge in
Hollywood, he's doing the longest
routine of his career 14 numbers
...Pearl Bailey's husband, drum drummer
mer drummer Louis Bellson, is ei the
mend after an emergenc yap yap-pendectomy
pendectomy yap-pendectomy made moro wor worrisome
risome worrisome by complications.. .Resi .Residents
dents .Residents of Southampton are apt to
raise eyebrows over this one:
Birdland is about to nam its
"bleacher section" wherethe
far-out aficionados sit and
listen to the jazz fro just the
price of admission and tho new
tag will be "The Duke Box." Ac Actually
tually Actually it honors Duke Ellington,
but since it's the same at a ra rather
ther rather well-known high society set set-up
up set-up on Angier Biddle Duke's South Southampton
ampton Southampton estate (a couple oi ele elegant
gant elegant barns which he's conberted
as a guest house for blueblooded
chums) the, management of Bird Bird-land
land Bird-land is inviting Mr. Duke and an
assortment of his regular puests

Serge Ololinsky, Jay Rutherford,
Dmitri Djerdjadxc and Jacques
Frey-to attend the Maynard Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson opening on Aug. $$.
Sterling Hay den and his ex-wife
are squaring off .or a court battle.
He won custody of their children
when they were divorced: now she's
'trying to get the youngsters back.
..Kim Novak's culture kick is the
result of studio pressure. She and
the movie moguls have, received
too many letters protesting her
unconventional behavior. The two
things that really did it, is far as
the mothers of America were con con-cerned:Kim's
cerned:Kim's con-cerned:Kim's association with
Jtaafel Trujillo Jr. and the selling
of her lavender bedsheets as neck
ties...Milton Miltigdes, who pro produced
duced produced last sason's "Electa" at
the off-Broadway Jan Hus, plans
a musicsl version of "Lysistrat'
with an all-Negro cst at another
tti1tre W November.. Jero Jerome
me Jerome Robins' "Ballets, U.S.A." will
thC0Me W 01 the rrtory of
Main Stem engagement.
Broadwav ctnii- a ...

DubliceiieH u,o,ih; u.

i .n u oeiween two
iS"0?" i!!"r"in m cafe

-.t v ..i ""a m" cyni cynical
cal cynical betting pool of tht year. A
dozen close: pals, of tht bride and
groom just as wealthy the new
lyweds made tvritten predicUong
as to how long the marriage would
last, and each tossed $500 into
the pool, winner take all. Prophe Prophecies
cies Prophecies ranged from three to if)
months.

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By DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON, Aug. w -T.vo
Democratic Senators were dis dis-cussing
cussing dis-cussing the first occasion in five
and a hal years that the Senate
voted fo override an Eisenhower
veto and the fact that it wa? a
lady Senator a Republican who
engineered Ike's defeat.
"When Margaret Smith goes in
to a fight she knows what she's
eS?H tbfmt" remarked Sen.
Dick Russell if Georfcia, referring
to the GOP Senator from Mine.
Yea," ajrreed Sen. Stuart Rf Rf-mingfon
mingfon Rf-mingfon of Missouri, "when she
gets into a fight she goes in to
Ihe finish. I know, that from ex
perlence."
Both Democratic. Senators art
members of the 'Senate Armed
Services Committee of which Mrs.
Smith is also a member, and on
occasion have disagreed with her
regarding Air Force promotions.

hi mis oauie, nowever, tney bat
tied on Sen. Smith's side to in increase
crease increase naval wnaee nairl at th

Kittery Point, Me., and Ports-

mouin, in.h., naval bases to o
qual those paid at Boston Navy
Yard.
When Eisenhower vetoed' tht
the Senate voted against tht
President and for Mrs. Smith Ot
to 20. Eisenhower was at tht
Waldorf Astoria in New York
when he got the news that his ve ve-to
to ve-to had been overbidden, and in intimates
timates intimates say that he wasn't at all
happy. He was particularly irked
that this rebuff came on the mo motion
tion motion of a Republican.
Word was immediately telephon
ed to the White House to put tht
heat on the House of Represent
stives. Simultaneously, the Navy
increased New Hampshire Maine
pay b,y II cents n hour as t
step toward bridging the 31-cenT,
an hour differential. Tills plus in,
tensive phone-calling by White
House liaiaon men to Republicans
in the House o RenreaentaHves,
caused the House to reverse the
Senate and uphold the President's
Local 900 Plans
Show, Movie
On August 23
I nf ( aAA iveriiv apt ran

ewtii orw n nuiuu, rx i u VAU
will prtstnt a stage show and mt
1 avk r emi .a aiBHt.

v at uie i amp niero rneatci
on Aug. 33, featuring "The Youth
and His Boys" and other wtli wtli-known
known wtli-known calypaonians and come,
diana. This group of artists will
be accompanied by pianist Ruperl
Johnson.
The movie will be "The Tita Titanic."
nic." Titanic." The prices or this show are:
adults 25 cents, children U cents.
The show will begin at p.m.
sharp.

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TUMDAY, AUGUST II, Ms,

m PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDIFEN11NT DAILY N1WSPAFEB
AGE Etm

Social and Otk

erwiAe

face, Mm. Irilt Ereckson, Mrs
Alice Chaphe, Mrs. Dorothy
Roane, Mn. Pat Warren, Mm
I iipv Rnmn Mn. Clara Bitten

ganie, Mm. Mary Jan Ptanon

and Mm. Vivian Kaipn. Mr
Himes attended at a guest.

Crlstab.l 0.1.5. Mart
MIX VAI.IU'

V1n, WcM;ro.E.S. Star Club

will sponsor a "Cane waw
Friday, August 22 from to 18
p.m. in the Margarita gymna gymnasium.
sium. gymnasium. Bring the children and
joy an evening of fun and sweet.
Coffee, pit and soda will be rold.
Chapel GdM Mm
The wjjular monthly meeting ot
the Fort Gulick Chapel Gul 14
was held in the Fort Gulick Cha.
pel with Mrs. Lois Pullium pre presiding.
siding. presiding. The entire meeting was
devoted to the cutting and mak making
ing making st choir robea for the Junior
choir. The following ?

were present, jars.

Utile League

Panama On

Several college J
turning to. ichools tn unit united
ed united States titer spending the
summer vexation on the Istn Istn-mus,
mus, Istn-mus, re among the 65 passen passengers
gers passengers scheduled to sail Saturday
S i m. for New York aboard
the Panama Liner Ancon.
Alw liated as passengers for
New York are Paul A. Bents,
general counsel, accompanied by
Mrs. Bentz.
Mr. mncTMrs. Robert A. Simma
and their three children are
booked for Port-au-Prince, Haiti.-
'
The complete advance pas pas-aenger
aenger pas-aenger Hat for New York fol follows:
lows: follows: Mias Rebecca Abell; Mr. and
Mrs. Einar T. Anderson; Miss
Btephanie Beck; Mr. and Mrs,
Paul A. Bentz; Miss Marie T
Bltftkley; Mr. arid Mrs. Eugene
Bergeron; Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Bullock; Mr. and Mrs. Hobart
V. Butler 'and daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. Claude E. Campbell;
Dr. and Mrs. Leo Connor; Mra.
Florence Des Autels;. Bainbridge
H. Davis; Mr. and Mrs. John J.
Devlin; Mias Rose- Dogan; Miss
Edith Dogan; Mr. ana Mrs. Al Albert
bert Albert E. Dorey; Mr. Daniel M.
Eggleston, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs.
Eric Federman.
Mrs.. Wilhelmina Galloway;
Mr, and Mrs. Elmer H. Gardner;
Paul D. Glassburn; Miss Mary

jb. uieson; w, ana Mrs. wu

Iww. Mr anrl Mrs R. E. Wei

born, of Gamboa; Sfc. and Mrs.
S Harm Jr.: Of Fort Kobbe: Mr.

and Mra. Melanto Moreno, of

t i m -at,, Up I A

Romano, of Panama; Mr. and has been living in self exile n

London Piper Sees

Townsend As Guest

Af Meg's Parlies
TvunnK MiPii Tha Sundav

Pictorial aaid at the weekend that

Princess Margaret was waiting
alone at Windsor for permission
frnn Onion Elizabeth lo resume

publicly her broken romance with

Peter Townsena.
The Pictorial, a mass circula circulation
tion circulation newspaper, laid in a story by
correspondent Audrey Whiting that
it was giving the "real facts" in
the blighted love of the, princess
for the former divorced RAF

group captain.

Court circles dismissed the Pie
torial report. But there was little
doubt that- Margaret would be
seen ill public again with Town-send

mg to win ninn "v"" : Fersons ciose 10 we princes
Ing the same period 192 P.:!hev made it known that the
tients were admitted and mi M -:,... intends to have

discharged. tne 43 year-old air ace as a guest

. .. ,jHr.s! f W me of ner ineaier paruea
The names 1 112, this fall. Undoubtedly the Queen'
the Barents of the boy bao-ea .. . t

SX Mri OS" KTS: N mpha.ls. th.Hh.-ro.
i a thinar at th oast

and Mrs. H. E. UummmgN -rvr VL "W wheB

E 'SBbS Of 1 CuTundu; Mr! Margaret renounced Townsend for
- jwwwi. w x ' --, -h ro loinn Karaite tha

and Mrs. I E. Muians, 01 wan 'Sr-v;-. Z7:Z rh.

Boys 12, Girls 7

Twelve boys and seven girls
were born at Gorgaa Hoapitai
during the week ending at mld-
nlirhr Mnnriav Aus. 11. accord

ing to the hospital repon.Dur-

Church of England which th.
Queen heads, forbids marriage
with a divorced perron.

Margaret and Townsend, who

(jianl jptaids s4nd jumpers Return n

C7

trapeze rorm

Mrs. T. H. Montaomerv. of Pan

a ma; Mr. and Mra. J. W. Mor

ris, of Balboa; Sfc. and mis. u.
C. Forbea, of Fort Kobbe; and
Mr. and Mr. G. B. Palmer, of

Panama.

Brussels, had several private
meetings last spring in London
which caused considerable tongue-wagging.

The paper said Townsend was

again in England, it aaid ne new
Girls were born tb the fol-'in from Brussels in answer to a

lowing:- A2c and Mrs. E. L. summons from Margaret and
Evans, of Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs. I jpoke to her by telephone "the
E. E. Pusey, of Panama; Sp4mmute she arrived home from
and Mrs. N, L. Franke, of Bal-; Canada on Tuesday."
boa; Sp2 and Mrs W. H. Mnr- But they had not met "up to
ray, Port Kobbe; Sp4 ndilt nignt tht paper id.
Mra. J. D. Rothi, of Ancon; Mr.

and Mrs. E. H. Johnston, or
Gamboa; and Capt. and Mrs. H.
A. Smoth, of Fort Amador.

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VACATION ENDS
LONDON (UP1) -Prime Mints Mints-ter
ter Mints-ter Malik Firoz TChan noon ef
Pakistan left London by air for
Karachi yesterday. He had ben
Mcationine in England following

i the recent Baghdad Pact confer

ence.

The Jumper is back in favor for campus life this fall and
sweeten and skirts take on new lines. Big, bold plaids, will
snake the trip back to college in many a suitcase. This plaid
skirt (left) is cut slim and straight, has fringed hem. The
trapes, takes shape (center) as a draper in Con. corduroy.

NEW YORK (NEA) Seperat-, to college sweaters and skirt
ing a college girl from her i with new and different lines,
sweater and skirt collection j And she'll be wearing the jump jump-would
would jump-would be as easy as peeling pea- er again, styled this time with
nut butter from biead. jtrapexe look.
But this fall, she'll take back! Giant-size plaids are first and

It's worn hera with classic cotton shirt in fine print. The lines

of this bold plaid skirt in goM-ana-Diue ingni; are aim
trapese. The skirt Is lined with pellon to keep its shape, has
slash pockets at front. Both skirts shown here are by Century.
Sweaters for such skirts should b. simple.

Leonard N. Martin; Russell E.
Plerson; Gabriel A. Rierners;
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 3. Row Rowland;
land; Rowland; Miss Marie Ryan; MlSs,

Linda E. cena; Harry w.jpus tms tall, the college girl v
Shlaudemart; Mr. and Mrs. For-1 sure to take along her iavorit
rest Snell; Miss Judith D. Tip-1 fragrance as well as one or two
trn Mrs' tfliahPi K Von (2aa1

Miss Elizabeth Van Geel; Mr.; j,0r daily use she' sure to
and Mrs. Edward L. Verdin and want lwedv scent for wear

ham E. Hall; Stephen A. Her- two children; Mr. .and Mrs.! u smt ,walers and skirw
rg; Joseph A Holder; Mr. and Bernard VogeJ and two chU-ji find Bd faV0nt avail-

vvaitcm ,k. nvt, in en ah ro ncnp form

and in a new crystal bottle This
i, niu thai the ran idOrd to

splaali on alter bath 'for'shoW.
It can go into rinse water to give

a tangy sc.ni 10 preny uneeriv.
The more exotic perfumes are
the ones she'll want to save tor
dates and parties. If she's lucky
enough to own several bottles,
she can experiment to find which
"wears" best on her skin. These
sophisticated perfumes do well
after dark but they should never
parade around the campus in the
daytime.

Y ALICIA HART

As .-he heads back to the cam

1,.. nn,.M.nnj TT T . I. n -I

daughter; John peter McGraw; and-,David,c.. Yerkes

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ZTiJ'i r,v 5WHW r- nurr. D,u" commander, on his
frrival at Albrook Sunday, fikaer was accompanned by Lt Col
Jf' CdrP?U,f18, W- nd Lt .Col George
B. Jordan. The fwr official all members of the Inter-Amer-kan
Defense Board will remain here till tomorrow for discus discussions
sions discussions with Maj: Gen. Truman H. Landon, Commander Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air Command concerning training and education of Latin
American military personnel. (Official USAF Fhoto)

The teen-ager who has turned
into a pi'oieskional beatuy, at, say,
15 or 16, is not unusual. We all
know such girls, the ones who

are much concerned with
own looks and nothing
really. They spend endless
experimenting with li stick
hairdos, pressing clothes

shopping lor new clothes.
Actually, a certain, amount of
this is not only normal but es essential
sential essential to a well-groomed teen teenager.
ager. teenager. But when u becomes an
oosession, it's a bore to every dii.
nearby. Th. making of a human
uetut witu the power to charm
others has much more to it than
a mere concern wiih a pert littl.
face. i
Madame Retimier, famous
FroiH-u uaui, is said lo nave
had rather large leet, thin arms
and lircguiai reaiures. 'mat
diun't stop ner trom bowling
over neany every prison man,
woman or chilu woo ever cam.
into her presence.
'mere a a lesson to be learned
from tnis. A a,ir c wen pressed
white shons won't turn any teen teenager
ager teenager into a beauty

foremost as a fashion considera consideration
tion consideration .'or college. The bigger the
better, and they take nicely to
clear colors of red, green or blue.
j Clearre d mixes it up with Dink,
and blue teams up witn gren.
, But the color combinations are
I endless."
i The cut of the skirt may be
trapeze, or straight and narrow,
or straight with pleated hemline.
SHIPMENTS INGR EASE
I CHICAGO (UPI)-Dollar vol
ume of shipments of folding paper
cartons in July increased 2"7 per
cent of shipments in the month a
i year ago, according to the Folding
Paper Box Association of America.

Whatever, the giant plaids and
the cut of the skirt makes it
essential that sweaters be kept
simple here. Sweaters with more
trim are ideal mates for the very
plain skirt in a solid color.
Fringe trim or detailing is a
college favorite this year and is
used for skirts, weskits, pants
and eVen jackets. It sometimes
appears at the hemline of a skirt
lending a young and frivolous
look.
Long straight sweaters and
lots of bluky sweaters will take
to higher education this fall The
bulky sweaters offer cable stitch
ing and hand detailing, come in
both pullover and cardigan form.

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17 Supermarkets
In Minneapolis
Closed By Strike

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPI) (UPI)-Independent
Independent (UPI)-Independent grocers in the twin
cities enjoyed a business boom
today without competition from
supermarkets.
A strike-lockout which has closed
17 major food warehouses ant! a!
least 68 supermarkets in Minne Minneapolis
apolis Minneapolis and St. Paul went into its
second week, forcing housewives
to shop at the neighborhood gro grocers.
cers. grocers. ti J;
Independent grocers reported
weekend receipts were -ip about
50 per cent over normal. The In
dependents said there were no
serious food shortages and house housewives
wives housewives refrained from "panic buy buying."
ing." buying." Negotiations between the strik
ing Teamsters Union Local 544 and
the food chains were recessed
during the weekend. No date has
been set for resumption of talks.

NEGOTIATE FOR REACTOR
SAN JOSE, Calif. (UPI)-Gen-eral
Electric Co. today an announced
nounced announced it is near completing ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations with Washington State
College lor construction of a 1,000 1,000-thermal
thermal 1,000-thermal kilowatt, open-pool re reactor
actor reactor on the WSC campus. The
reactor, which is similar to nn

GE is building for National Tsing
i.ua University on Formosa, will
be used for research and studeot
training purposes.

FORM RESEARCH GROUP
PHILADELPHIA (UPI Wes Wes-tingbouse
tingbouse Wes-tingbouse Electric Corp. yesterday
announced formation of Westing
house advanced systems, planning
group, a highly specialized g "oup
of the company's leading scien scientists
tists scientists who will study overall re
quireihents of future military :ic.
tivilies and plan an integrated ap
proach to building new weapons
systems.

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Queen RITA I and her court will lead
the festivities TWO ORCHESTRAS for
continuous dancing. .Clarence Martin's and
Lucho Azcarraga's Conjunto!
(Come in costume anything goes!)

Table reservations only for comparsas
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 195S
'fi 111 111 iii' ii
Patterson Says He May Defend Soon In England

r AGE SIX

Champ Scores 12th Round

Knockout Over Roy Harris

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 19 (UPI) Heavy Heavy-weight
weight Heavy-weight champion Floyd Patterson, dissatisfied
with his gory title knockout over Roy Harris, said
today, "I'm going to get busy now so so 1 may defend
soon in England.'
The champion believed he should Francisco, the second ranking con con-have
have con-have disposed of game Harris, tender. D'Amato is reported to
from Cut and Shoot, Tex., befoie believe Johansson will win the
the 12th round last night, even! fight at Goteborg Sweden, and
though the kayo in that session j be available as challenger,
had tagged the blood smeared
challenger with his first defeat "I've got to keep busy to keep
sharp," said the unmarked cham cham-in
in cham-in a douis. pjon wh() had given Harrjs such

irinwr. victorv before an est.-! a battering that his own trainer,

(Bill Gore, asked referree Mushy

Callahan to stop the bout.

mated 17,000 at Wngley Field was
his 15th knockout in his last 16
.... .1 ... .1 t i ft r(

fioht nut ne was uissamncu .. . u
ngan. ui mk ,. i The action was finished in the

wiinms own i l" ;"ri" 12th round but before the bed
cau eC h" biding opponent" had-uld start toe. 13th, Callahan wav wav-cause
cause wav-cause ms oieeuniK hh mid-ring, signal-

gurvivea lour uu ing that the bout w,g over And
..i t oot husv nnw said!ne announced the "knockout" in
the Tyear-old champZ' who! the If.th round. Under California
the '"?l!mA'e rules, when a bout is stopped to
tfxStJSmlt a fighter from further pun pun-Cus
Cus pun-Cus D'Amato, "and it may belishment it is a kayo-not a tech tech-for
for tech-for promoter H);rry Levene in j meal kayo.
London. We've giver hm our:
word well fight for him it tnere .. bleeding urofuselv
is a Eood European challenger." cnanenger was Dieeaing pioiustiy
Stocky gray haired D'Amato! from the nose ana from cut, on
grinned nd added sigmficanty his right brow, his right temple,
Bit Tlooks as it there'll be a good j nose bridge and left eyelid
jne over there soon."

Apparently D'Amato was refer referring
ring referring to month's fight be- j
tween Sweden's unbeaten Inge,
mar Johansson, European cham champion,
pion, champion, and Eddie Machen of San

Parris Two-Run

Homer Wins For
Montreal Royals

A two-run homer by Clyde Par Parris
ris Parris in the first inning gave Mon Montreal
treal Montreal enoueh marein last nieht to

defeat the Rochester Red Wines.

5-2.

The Rovals took advantage of

a meager schedule to increase
their International League lead to
two and a half games over the

iaie loronio Maple Leafs.
Montreal mounted the score to
4-0 before Rochester broke the
shutout with a run in the fifth inn inning.
ing. inning. The Royals came right back
with a tally in their half of the
frame and halted a Red Wing
threat in the ninth after Roches Rochester
ter Rochester had scored a run.
Bob Giallombardo went all the
way for Montreal, giving up eight
hits as he won his 11th game a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst seven defeats. Bob Kuzava,
relieved by Hugh Pepper in the
seventh, was charged with his
second loss in five decision-.
There wprp nn nthar onoc

scheduled.

The linescore:
Rochester 000 001 0012 8 1
Montreal 201 011 OOx 5 11 0
Kuzava, Pepper (7) and Katt;
Giallombardo and Gatta. LP-Ku-zava.
HR-Parris.

Equipoise
Lost Shoes

(BALTIMORE (NEA) Riders j
members of the National Jockeys
Hall of Fame at the Pimlico Race
Course are Sonny Workan, Ed.
die Arcaro, Ted Atkinson, Johnny
xLongden, Walter Miller, Isaac Mur Murphy,
phy, Murphy, Earl Sande, Tod Sloan -and I
Georgie Wootf.
Between them they turned in
many legendary rides. One of the
most extraordinary was Workman
coming on to win the 1930 Pimlicr,
Futurity on Equipoise on a muddy
track which pulled all four shoes
off the colt after he was left at the
post.
Ekky went on to become the im.
mortal Chocolate Soldier. i

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Sawyer's pitching staff.

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Paraiso Sports

Macons, Paraiso and Sparrows
Wing Cage Contests
The Macons, Paraiso and Spar Sparrows,
rows, Sparrows, of the boys junior and sen senior
ior senior Paraiso basketball circuits,
and .ie girls loop, were success successful
ful successful in their engagements last Fri Friday
day Friday with the Magoos, Panama
and the Sharpshooters, respective respectively.
ly. respectively. It was a day of low scoring for
the Macons and Maggoes, who
furnifhed a 16 to 10 show to the
large crowd that was on hand for
the encounters. But despite their
inability to produce many points
the winners were able to take the
decision and moved into to a tie
with the Blue Hawks for second
place, each now having three vic victories
tories victories against one defeat. The
win was credited mainly to Alfred
Books and Robert Daniels, who
sank 6 and 4 points, respectively.
Paraiso, playing in the senior
loop, spanked Panama 71 to 43 and
maintained second place in the
standings, one game behind Co.
lbn, who leads the league with
four victories and one defeat.
Eduardo and Conrad Blades, the
Paraiso brothers, stole the show
by sinking 26 and 24 points, res respectively,
pectively, respectively, to pace their team to
the big win, which keeps them fh
line with the fast-stepping Colon
outfit. The Blades brothers were
everything on the floor Friday eve evening,
ning, evening, executing some rare shots
from difficult angles.
In the girls engagements, the
Sparrows, who dropped just one
game lo the leading Bermuda Gals
won their second consecutive con contest
test contest Friday, edging the busy
Sharpshooters aggregation 10 to 9.
This contest was neatly and keen keenly
ly keenly played all the way. Top per performers
formers performers for the winners were Ve

ronica Walker, Dianna Nurse and
Priscilla Jordon, three of the fin finest
est finest rgers in the village.

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HOPEFUL MISS Emily's Pride, with Flick Nipe; of Mt. Carroll, 111., driving, is given a
big chance to be first Ally since 1953 to cop the $120,000 Hambletonian stake at Du Quoin, 111.,
State Fair, Aug. 37. Only nine Allies have won Hambletonians. Emily's Pride already has won
in 2:00.2, only two-fifths of a second, off the record winning time in. the Hambletonian

Upsets Feature First Round
Of Summit Handicap Tourney

Former USArCarib Soldier
New Service Pistol Champ

Sgt. Emil Heugatter, formerly
of U.S. Army Caribbean, received
the NRAS National Iegular Serv.
ice Pistol Championship at Camp
Perry, Ohio Friday (Aug. 15) as
the pistol pha.se of th National
Riile and Pistol Meet ended.
Heugatter also received" an a a-ward
ward a-ward for the high Army aggreg aggregate
ate aggregate in the national championsnips
and national trophy matches. His
total score was 2878 out of a pos.
sible 3000.
The U.o. Army won the nation-

CALLS IN DEBENTURES
NEW ORK (UPI) Consult
dated Edison Co. of New York.'
Inc. yesterday announced it has
called in all its outstanding Vi
per cent convertible debenture
due in 1927 for 'redemption on
Sent. 19 at 104.50 DPT PPtit nrinr

I pal amount plus accrued interest.

This Week s
Fight Card
NEW YORK (UPI) Here is this
week's boxing program:
Tuesday at New Orleans,
George Benton' vs. Charley Jos Joseph.
eph. Joseph. Wednesday at Chicago, Virgil
Akins vs. Charlie (Tombstone)
Smith (non-title TV).
Thursday at Los Angeles, Pat
Manzi vs. Alvaro Gutierrez.
Friday at New York (Madison
Square Garden), Gil Turner vs.
Stefan Redl (TV).
Saturday at Berlin, Germany,
Charley Humez vs. Guslav
Scholz.

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Player Of The Day
JERRY LYNCH
Jerry Lynch of the Redlegs al
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sorry they let him go some day.
And Sunday was the day.
Lynch's bat played a key role
in Cincinnati's 4.3 and 7-5 dou
bleheader sweep over Pittsburgh,
dropping the Pirates nine games
off the pace and all but killing

off any last pennant hopes tney
may have harbored,
i The 28-year old Lynch got three
j hits in the opener, and it was his
! third hit, a ninth inning single,
that drove in the winning run
The he came back to slam a
two run homer off Vern Law in
j the third inning of the nightcap.

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al team pistol trophy and four of
the top five places in the national
individual trophy competition.
The Army Advanced Marksmsn
ship Unit's Blue team fired a score
of 1128 points out of a possible 1200
to keep the national trophy hi the
Army's possession.
The winning score, however,
was eight points below the 113c to.
tal racked up in last year's victo victory.
ry. victory. Closest competition for the Ar Army
my Army marksmen was provided by
Marine Corps shooters. Leather,
neck teams fired 1125 and 1124
scores to take second and third
place in the team race.
Firing on the championship Ar Army
my Army team were Master Sergeant
Richard Stineman, who paced the
squad with a 292 score; Msjor
Kenneth Dunn, 280; Sergeant First
Class Maurice iBelisle, 278; and
rorporal Fred Grant, 278.
In individual competition, Army
and Marine shooters again domi dominated
nated dominated the field. It was a Marine s
turn to walk o.f with the top place,
however, as Staff Sergeant Frank
Wright fired a 291 out of 300.
Alter Wright, it was Army al!
the way as two Army advanced
Marksmanship Unit shooters, a b.
S. Army Pacific representative
and a FiTh U.S. Army man cap
tured second through fifth.
Maj. Dunn and M-S Stineman
each fired a 289 to trail Wright,
but the major had 12 shots in the
tie-bveaking x-ring to edge Stint:
man, who hit the x ring 11 times.
Captain John Dodds of the U-.
ASPAC team and Master Ser Sergeant
geant Sergeant Berton Reid of the Fifth Ar Army
my Army also lought a close battle lor
fourth place, with Captain DoiUi
288.11 nosing out Sergeant Reid's
288.10 for the honor.
Army men also won several oth other
er other awards at ceremonies held Fri

day afternoon. Master Sergeant

frank Graham of the Third Army
took the senior division title in the
NRA matches completed Thursday
with a score of 2516 out of 2700.
The senior championship is open
to competitors of 55 years of age
or older.
The rifle and pistol national

competition lasts for a month.
Smallbore rifle firing opened Sat Sat-u
u Sat-u u r d a y and runs through
August 23. The high.power rifle
experts will take over then and
continue through September 6th.

The first round of the 1958 Sum.
mit Hills Golf and Country Club's
Handicap Golf Tournament was
completed Svlnday afternoon with
its full share of upsets.
Probably the biggest upset was
the Jim Hood triumph over Ted
Jordan. Hood was seen taking les lesson
son lesson from Jordan Thursday after,
noon, so Jordan must be a pret
ty fair teacher as Hood took him
into camp on Friday by 4 and 2.
The ladies have until next Sun Sunday
day Sunday to complete their first round
matches.
Pairings for the men's second
round matches, which must be
played on or before Sunday, Aug.
24 are:
Upper Bracket
George Riely vs Bill Conger.
Dick Egolf vs Wes Zorn.
J. R. Smith vs Morris Cherry.
Jim Stuart vs Jack Smila.
- Lower Brartat
Tony Jankus vs Bud Myers.
Bob Audnehmer vs Bip Nelson.
Jim Houd vs Frank Day.
Ed Turko vs Roger Michel.
First round results are:
Riely defeated Clyde Sharp 3 and
2 Conger won by default rom
Fred Mead; J. R. Smith eliminat.
ed Bob Collins 4 and 3; Morris
Cherry Beat Bill Bailey 2 and 1;
Wes Zorn wonby default over
Webb Hearne; Dirk Egolf outwari
cd Bob Doublewitz 5 and 4; .Toe
Salterio '.faulted to Jim Stuart;
Jack Smith downed Fred Young
6 and 5; Tony Jankus edged out
Bill Jamison 3 and 2; Bud Myeis
moved past Norb Stephenson 2 up;
Frank. Day took advantage of the
inclimate weather to move past
L. D. Hummel 5 and 4; Bob Aus
.ehemer and Bob LaChappel'e
w" to the 18th hole before Aus-.
nehemer.won 1 up: Bi Nelson prov proved
ed proved to be too mch for Shaw winning
3 and 1: Ed Turko defied the ele elements
ments elements to move past Buster Hare
5 and 4; Roger Michel drew a

bye.

mm m iifc

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

-

Writers Say Sad Sam Jones

-Luck Pitcher

Tough

By JACK CUDDY

have been giving me a lot of :

p.pt. DAZ3, lYULrZ s,aa centraUon.

oain aivuea, annual i igiu.nanuer

help Prticukriy about
Sad 1 centra r nn

CO

and strikeout leader oi the Na

tional League, could have been
a sadder man today because he
struck out 11 Dodgers' Sunday but
still lost a ball game.
"You gotta have luck as well
as speed, concentration and con.
trol,' said the towering dinger
from Monongah, W. Va. "I had
my stuff and was strikin' em out,
but they got to me."
Manager Walter Alston of the
Dodgers said after their 9-3 night nightcap
cap nightcap victory over St. Louis, "Jones
had his stuff out there alright, but
sometimes you can't win even
then." St. Louis had taken the
opener.
Alston added, "When he's right,
he's as good as any pitcher in
either league."
Luck Against Him
nJones, who now leads hi cir circuit
cuit circuit with 164 strikeouts, has a
won and lost record of 10 and 9.
It's the opinion of many baseball
writers he's been the tough.luck
pitcher this season on a tough tough-luck
luck tough-luck club whose hitters have not
been supporting the mound staff.
"I go out there and do the best
I can," said the fast ball
thrower, who now has added a
fast-breaking curve to his reper repertoire.
toire. repertoire. 'I know the boys are doing
their best to win. We really got
a good team, you know."
How come he's striking put so
many this season?
Sam, who carries 210 pounds on
a six foot five frame, said;
"Freddie Hutchinson (manager;
and Al Hollingsworth (Coach)

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NEW YORK (NEA) More than
80,000 persons will take the Unife l
States Power Squadrons' free pub public
lic public instruction course in piloting,
seamanship and small boat handl handling
ing handling during 1958.
This is an expected 42 per cent
increase above the previous cal
enddr year.
A total of 382 classes are bein
Riven by 242 of 247 local squadrons.
The 10 week course covers equip
ment. lights, rules of the road,
whistle signals, boat handling, sad
ty, compass, aids to navigation,
charts and simple niloting, maiv
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Argentine Davis Cup

Captain Says U.S.
Can't Beat Aussies
RYE, N. Y. (UPI) Enrique
Morea, playing captain of the
Argentine Davis Cup tennis tei
unimpressed bv the trouncing his
ATLANTIC CITY (UPI) ALL
from the UY said today the
Americans have no chance of
beating Australia this year.
The U. S. swept through the
Argentines, 3 0, in the American
Zone final, and the final two
singles matches, postponed from
Sundav because of rain, will be
played today at the Westchester
Country Club. Ham Richardson
meets Eduardo Soriano in the
first match and Barry MacKay
then plays Morea.
Nonetheless, Morea, a veteran
of years of international play, had
no nraise for the Americans.
"They will have to improve

greatly, he said. MacKav is

still three years away from in.
ternational caliber. Richardson is
good enough to be in contention
in his matches. But MacKay is
slow, and Richardson's stamina
can be Questioned.
"The Australians Mai An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Ashley Cooper and Neale
Fraser are too fast for the
Americans. I would say, though,
that the U. S. should stick to
Richardson and MacKay as their
team. That's the Way to build the
team for the future."

Control A Problem

I

m

He explained be had learned
this season, at 31, to concentrate
ms attention on opposition bats
men in every game particularli
on days when he was watchin
play from the dugout
"You make your own book on v
those batters," he said, "and ,.

hViJ!p8re-iw.h,,t ya ot witn
what other pitchers on vmu-"

ctiy what to do when you get
nn iher.et Then y?u concentrate
SrfTl ht M yow con.
b5ln' '. know what T0U'
Because of his speed with the
fastball and his. speed even- witb y
curves, control has been an el Z
siye quality for him to acquire
His control difficulties are re.
fleeted in the 77 bases on balls
he allowed this season, to leaS
tie circuit in that department,

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those "losing Cleveland' Bfflwfir'
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pressive impressive start in the exhibition ''
season than the winning Detrdif
Lions. -;" i.
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walloping from the Lions in last'
season's lopsided ehampionshio
game, were their old "hafd 'wSjP
selves as they scored,1' a 10-0 win'
over the Pittsburgh S t fe e 1 e r f
Saturday nigjit; " m
That was in marke-d' contrast to ,fl
the .Lions' 35-19 loss''' to the Col.;
lege AlLStars oh Friday an m
set in which twb' future "Brownie
played major roles, passer Jim
Ninowski of Michigan State with
14 of 20 completions and paisi!
catcher Bobby Mitchell of IliifiS
with five completions anij two
touchdowns.
In other games as the grirhrdf
exhibition slate got under way:
the Philadelphia Eagles nipped
the Baltimore Colts, 30-28., and
the Los Angeles Rams trounce
the Washington Redskins, 31 10,
on Saturday night; on Sunday,?1
the New York Giants ralliet to t
beat the San Francisco Forty-
nineers, 19 10, and the Chicago
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Gene Woodling Sparks Orioles To 8-2 Win Over Athletic
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Wade's Arm
Touches Off
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Gillman s Paydays

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Go On

By HARRY GRAYSON
' LOS ANGELES (NEA)-Sid Gill
man is staking Mi high salam
job with the Bans on the arm of
Bill IfitS, the All-America boy
from Vanderbilt.
Tail season brings to an nd
Gillman s four.year contract and
m football coach simrjlv has to W

and win big in Los Angeles, whertJ
last season for the nrsi ume
professional team drew more than
million nairi a it missions at honi"

The Rams and San Francisco 49rs
drew more than 100,000 spectators
another first in the National Foot Football
ball Football League.
THY OPINIO TWt season in
the annual charities exhibition
game with the Washington Red
skins before 85,000. Grid attend
ance was astronomical here be
fore the Dodgers demonstrated
that baseball could do the sanm
thing. Fact is. the Rams gave
Walter F. 0' Ma Hey the idea
Gillman and Norm Van Brock tin
the Oregon si ingshot who sperrr n
campaigns here, simply didn't hit
it off. In the end, Van Brockiin
was swapped to the Philadelphia
Eagles for ho one of importance
after he had announced his retire
men.
If Wade fails after sitting in the
shadows for four years, the Los
Angeles owners figure to hold Gin
man responsible and make a
ehahge.
Coming -to this gold mine 'rom
the University of Cincinnati three
years ago, Gillman inherited a ve.
teran outfit and won (he Western
Division championship. The team
wetnf'bad in 1956 and last -ea
the Oregon slingshot who spent 9
the club's hisory.
VAN IROCKLIN WAS a contio.
., versial figure from the outset. In
j Bob Wattrfield's waning years, he
; question was whether to use him
at quarterback or Van Brockiin,
! the sometimes rather flip kid from
the Pacific northwest. The situa
tion stirred dissension.
When Van Brockiin became a

' star, he rather violently objected
to Gillman sending in signals rom
the sideline. At times he paid no
attention to orders from the bench.
Meanwhile, uncertainly marked
the work of Wade, tha understudy
His principal fault was stepping
out of the protective cup t o o
quickly,, not getting rid of the
ball soon enough and consequent,
ly eating it for big losses.
Now that he is the top banana
and has beei. given bis head, eariy
indications are that Wade has re regained
gained regained the poise that made him a
national headliner in college foot.
Gillman hopes so, for the man
doingthe pitching is the whole
story in the money game, and Sid
is Sorely in need of a winning rec
rd out here.
VAN BLOCKLIN WASN'T the
only player unhappy under Gill Gill-nan.
nan. Gill-nan. Torn Fears, the stlckout
eateher of abort passes who re
tired two years back, has just
takes a rap at the coach, via L.A.
sports pages. Fears criticized Gill

s' man nr trading Andy Komistei.
i: k. j.i' J it k'..

II, iu aeicnsivc enu, 10 uic rcw
York Giants. He said that Boh
VBoyd, the end, retired this year
Rather than be forced to play slot b
Sck.
Fears insisted that using Jon
Arnett, a corking halfback, at end
last season was downright foolish,
ns should be tackle or a block,
six-foot-seven. inch Lamar Lundy
would be wasted at end this sea
son, added that the Purdue alum alum-tisshould
tisshould alum-tisshould be a tackle or a blocking
$f tack.
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lent team speed. The harassed
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defensive, backs to go with Will
Shetmen and splimensh Don Bur
roughs. One oi them could be
Jack (Morris, the 9.5 sprinter lrnni
uregon.
Even Von Brockiin and Fears
agree with Gillman when he says
that u professional football team
cannot win consistently witnoiit
four competent defensive backs.
The other guys get the ba" ,oo.

LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 300 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
G AB R H Pet.
Ashburn, Phila. 112 449 71 154 .343
Musial, St. L. 108 381 57 130 .341
Mays, S. Fco. 114 454 84 150 .330
Aaron, Mil. 116 461 86 150 .325
Skinner, Pitt. Ill 411 76 131 .319
Banks, Chi. 118 473 94 148 .313
Cepeda, S. Fco. 113 457 68 143 .313
Dark, Chi. 100 404 44 125 .309
Walls, Chi. 117 462 74 141 .305
Thomas, Pitt 114 433 75 128 .296
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Runnels, Bos.
Goodman, Chi.
Cerv K. C.
Kuenn, Det.
Power, Cleve.
Williams.'Bos.
Jensen, Bos.
Sievers, Wash.
Malzone, Bos.
Mantle, N. Y.
108 415 77
82 310 35
105 388 70
110 440 71
110 44071
106 332 68
115 414 68
110 409 72
116 470 58
114 397 94
137 .330
100 .323
12o 322
141 .321
141 .m
105 .3' 6
129 .312
127 .311
144 .307
122 .307
HOME RUNS
National League
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Aaron, Braves
Mathews, Braves
Robinson. Redlegs
38
32
25
25
24
American League
Mantle, Yankees 35
Sievers, Senators 33
Jensen, Red Sox 32
Cerv, Athletics 29
Colavito, Indians 27
iftfNS BATTED IN
National Lcagu
Banks, !(ubs 101
Thomas, Pirates 95
Anderson, Phils 75
Aaron, Braves 74
Cepeda, Giants 74
American League
Jensen, Red Sox 104
Sievers, Senators 87
Cerv, Athletics 83
Colavito, Indians 77
Mantle, Yankees 77
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based en 10 decisions)
National Leagut
W L Pet.
Willey, Braves 8 3 .7?7
Grissom, Giants 7 3 .700
Spahn, Braves 16 8 .667
Purkey, Redlegs 14 7 .667
McCormick, Giants 9 5 .843
Worthington, Giants 9 5 .fit:.
American League
Delock, Red Sox 11 3 .786
Hyde, Senators 9 3 7.50
Moore, White Sox 3 .750
Turley, Yankees 17 6 .739
Ford, Yankees 14 .700
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biaaaaaal

7-Run Rally
By JOHN GRIFIN
NEW YORK, Aug. 19 (UPT) -Baltimore
Orile.V manager Paul
Richards admits frankly "We just
live for the times Gene Woodliiig
comes to bat," and now the Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City A's are among those
who know what he means.
Woodling, who turned 36 years
of age last Saturday, has been
belting the ball at a .374 clip sine 9
Aug. 4 and has been just about
the Orioles' whole batting attack
since Bob Nieman was sidelined

by an injury. The Orioles win
when Gene hits, and that was the
I story again last night.
Ex-Yankee Woodling broke up
a l-l tie with a two-run homer
ill Ralph Terry in the sixth in-
. i,i.: i . i.
ii.iig ai oaiuinure ami mai loucu loucu-ed
ed loucu-ed off a seven-run rally. When
the dust cleared, the Orioles went
on to an 8-2 victory.
It was the only game played in
the major leagues yesterday.
The victory, which was the O O-doles'
doles' O-doles' third straight, was just an another
other another dividend on Richards' abili ability
ty ability to admit he made a mistake.
Back in 1955 Richards traded
Woodling away to the Cleveland
Indians. He got him back last win winter
ter winter and now says, "Trading Gene
away in 1955 was one of the. worst
mistakes I've made."
Richards had hoped that the
veteran outfielder would be able
to appear in 100 games this sea season;
son; season; yesterday's was Gene's 103rd
and the season has a month-and-a-half
to go. He saves his
strength by never taking batting
practice before a game.
Terry and Hal (Skinny) Brown
of the Orioles were hooked up ia
a pitching duel when Woodling
uncorked his two-run blast, his
11th of the vear. in th ivth
Three more singles chased Terry
ano tne rest of the damage came
at the expense of reliever Ray
Herbert, including a three run
homer by Dick Williams that
capped the rally.
Brwn scattered nine hits ia
going the rdute. one of them a
homer by Roger Maris. He was
the if.urth straight Oriole pitcher
to last the distance.
The defeat, Terry's 10th, snap snapped
ped snapped a three-game A's' winning
streak.
Weekend Sports
Summary
Saturday
v SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y
(UPI) Admiral Vee, ridden by
Ted Atkinson, edged Inside Tract
by a nose to win tie 56th running
of the $56,700 Saratoga Handicap
CHICAGO (UPI) Clalrborne
Farm's Nadir led all the way in
winning the $160,075 American
Derby.
ATLANTIC CITY (UPI) FAR
Wind scored a two length vie
tory over Miss Orestes in the
$25,000 added Pageant Stakes.
LAKE PLACID, N. Y. (UPI)
A United States senior men's
tennis team, headed by Gardner
Mulloy o Coral Gables, Fla., de
feated a Canadian squad, 8-0, to
win the Gordon Cup for the 10th
straight year.
RYE. N. Y. (UPI) Barrv
MacKay of Dayton, Ohio, an'l
Sam Giammalva of Houston, Tex
teamed to win the doubles match
and clinch a United States victory
over Argentina in the American
Zone finals of the Davis Cup play.
Sunday
ST PAUL, Minn. (UPI) Mike
Souchak shot a record breaking,
?.r under nar 283 to win the S2o.
000 St. Paul Open golf tourna
ment.
MANCHESTER, Mass. (UPI)--Teen
- agers Ann Haydon and
Christine Truman, both of Ens Ens-land,
land, Ens-land, teamed to whip Mrs. Mar
garet Osborne Du Pont of Wil
mington, Del., and Mrs. Mar.
garet Varner of Boston in th"
final doubles match of the Essex
Country Club women's tennis
tournament.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) -(Bonnie
Randolph of Naples. Fla
held a four-stroke lead after 36
holes of the $5,000 Heart of
America women's ihvitationsi
golf tournament.
NEW PORT. R. I. (UPI) -.
Australia's Ashley Cooper' de defeated
feated defeated countryman Neale Fraer
fo gain .the final round of the
Newnorl invitation tennis tourna tournament'.
ment'. tournament'. WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Potomac Boat Club scored 17A.5
'Mints to win the amateur rowing
meet of the President's Cup Re.
?tts. x
WILKINSON WAY
NORMAN, Okla. (NEAV-7 In 1!
casons. Bud Wilkinson's Oklaho
11a football teams have won 104
tames, lost t and tied 3.
MARTINEZ TOURS
NEW YORK (NEA) Jimmy
'"rtine7 will tour Europe In 0:t.
Vr expects toSmx Charley
Hume., French middleweight.

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Ford Is Unconventionul
Highlighted By 3-1 Curve

By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NBA) It is ea easy
sy easy to say Eddie Ford is the best
pitcher in baseball. The records
show it. An old-timer like Ty Cobb
talks of him and compares the
New York Yankees' left-hander to
big pitchers of the past. Casey
Stengel grumbles compliments.
But these era words and rec records.
ords. records. To appreciate just how good
Ford is, you have to bat against
him. And Eddie Yost, the Wash
ington third baseman, was talking
quietly about what it is like to face
Ford during a between .. trains
lunch.
"Nobody does ft," he said. "On
7-0 nr 3.1 nitrh ha ttirmri vnu
alow nirva. Nnhndv throws th
curve then because they can't get
n over nxe uus guy noes, xnai s
a hard thing about having to hit
against Eddie.
"Basically, he's got the kind of
control which puts all the burden
on the hitter. Much more than us.
ual. You can't afford to take any
thing he throws and hope to get
lucky. He always gets a piece oi
the plate. He walks nobody. H
gets off on you right with the first
pitch. Boom) You have a strike
on you.
"With a lot of pitchers, you get
a chance to think little. They
might have a pattern and if you've
seen them enough you can expect
certain things. But take Ford. You
step in and he starts to throw. You
can expect any pitch at any time.
He mixes it up. Fast ball a
sneaky fast ball then a slow
curve, then a good curve, then a
Paraiso High Blanks
Rainbow City 3-0
To Cop Soccer Title
The Rainbow City High soccer
squad failed for another time to
score against the roughriding Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso aggregation which triumph
ed 3 to 0 in the fourth meeting of
the schools this year.
The Pacific side eleven, which
has played undefeated ball against
their Atlantic side counterparts
for two seasons, proved much
too strong for their rivals, who;
were unable to score in the fourj
matches for this year's title.
Playing on an almost dry sward,
the Paraiso gang was able to exe execute
cute execute the more technical phases of!
the game. Their passing was su superb
perb superb and timed to bewilder the
opposition at opportune moments.
Their dribbling and weaving were
accomplished in an almost flaw
less manner with inside left for forward
ward forward Eusebio Gomez making the
final kick that paid the dividends.
Gomez' shots were perfect as he
gained credit for all the go:'
scored.
The defense area was closely
guarded by John G. Hogan, Pa Patrick
trick Patrick Brown, Rogelio Pacheco, Al Alfred
fred Alfred Davis and Roberto Servino.
These kickers, the best that have
come around for some lime, per performed
formed performed masterly throughout the
campaign as they stubbornly de defied
fied defied every effort of the Atlantic
eiders to penetrate their lines.
They were exceptionally good Fri Friday
day Friday at Rainbow City.

it

change up. Or the other way
around. He defeats you."
"The speeds," Norm Zauehm a
table companion, mused. "He's get
all umereiu speeds. He keeps vou
oil balance, uon't forget to put
tnat in.
"That's important, isn't it?' it?'-one
one it?'-one with them asked.
"Important?" Yost smiled.
"That's the whole business. ton
don't get a real good idea of how
tough he is unless you're in the
batter's box. I know, I've seen him
from the dugout and he doesu t
seem that quick or hard to figure.
But then you step in and try to
follow him and it is murder.
"If you Wanted to sum up Ford,
you just say he has the whoie
business down and that would du
it."
As is always the case with the
top notchers, Ford does not step
onto the mound and pilch. This
season, for example, began fo.'
him back in January when he be
gan working out three times a
week in a gymnasium near his
Glen Cove, L.I., home.
A visitor on one of these nights
found Eddie slinging barbells an
ound to strengthen his leit should
er. It had broken down at the start
of the 1957 season and it was lon
weeks belore Ford could throw
well again.
After the workout, Eddie sat in
a restaurant and sipped a glass oi
soda water with h'fi sandwich
"I got to watch ray weight or I'll
look like you" and talked about
his change.ofpace.
"That's the one 1 have to work-
on this sprinfl," he said. "This is
a business where you have to keep
learning. And I'd like to get that
changeup just right. Low ana
outside and grab a corner of the
plate. I'm still working on it."
Outside it was cold and the
ground was splotched with snow.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
CRISTOBAL
W. J. Schexnayder, potent gum
swinger, out-pointed the rest of the
Cristobal Gun Club skeeting crowd
at the regular Wednesday after-1
noon event on August 13, finishing j
a perfect string in a mild but vi-1
sion obscuring rain shower. "Shor-
ty," when teamed with his 20
gauge dame automatic Browning,
has a sure way of scattering bird
shot in the path of a flying targe
that keeps himeonsistently eith either
er either on top or only a few notches
down;
Persuaded to try for fifty
straight while handicapped by a I
delayed action trap release h
made a strong rhowing pn the first
four posts, but missed tne high-1
house bird 'rom post five, makimj
his total run, plus those carried
over after his last (and only) miss I
of the previous week a mount to
43, admirably clofe o the coveted
50.
Other shooters' best single
rounds:
F. Chollar (12 ga )
Geo, Lop (20 ga.)
W. W. Rowland (12 ga.)
Art Sutton (.410)
Clifton Hayward (12 ga.)
W. Johnston (.410)
C. F. Hallett (12 ga.)
23
22
21
19
17
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Next Gold Coast shot gunning
will be on the regular schedule,
every Wednesday afternoon at
4:30, and at 10:30 on the first Sun
div mnrnine of pah month

But he was thinking abotu a ho;

night in August when he would
give a guy like Eddie Yost n
change-up on the outside and get
him out.
"A professional," Casey Stengel
tells you, "he thinks that way.
You want a man like that be
cause he gets the other guy cut
and he is thinking about it 1C
months a year. I would say Ford
is like that."

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

Teams
New York
Chicago
Boston
Detroit
Baltimore
Cleveland
Kansas City
Washington
W L ret.
74 44 .627
59 54 .513
So 59 .48
5 59 .487
56 42 .45
J; 64 .441
50 66 431
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Today's Games
Detroit at Washington (Ni
Cleveland at New ifurk (N)
Chicago at Bos, on (N)
Kansas City at Baltimore (2-T-
Yesterday' Results
K. City 000 100 0102 9 1
Baltimore 001 007 OOx 8 8 1
Terry, Herbert )6), Craddock
(7) anu Chiti, Brown (5.3) ana
Triandos. LP Terry (7-10).
Only game scheduled.
OUT OF DOORS
With Bit Csting Retl
Taped On
By Al McCLANE
LAERDAL, Norway (NEA)
When my wife and I few to Nor
May viaSAS, I conned the airline
stewardess out of a roll of trans transparent
parent transparent tape, :',
"iNice girl," my wife said.
"Great tape," I agreed.
I don't know what you do w'len
the sliding rings on a rod 'outi
won't hold a reel. 1 tape them on.
I even tape broken guides on. it
always works.
When; we Ttachedt he river, our
guide, Olaf Olsen, observed that
my wife's rod was much too light
for Norwegian salmon.
"All right as a back scratchev."
he said, "but not salmon,"
The rod is a modest seven teet
of tubular glass, which doesn't get
rave notices' in this land of man
sized tackle. But with 8 pound
line and a bait-casting reel tape
on, Olaf sneered.
I went to a place called Horse
Pool where there is pastured a
short blond horse with a crew cut.
My wife went off with Olat
somewhere and everything was
peaceful. I hooked one wild-eyed
salmon which promptly jetted for
the fjords with all my line. .Snap.
Fishing finished. IBig horse laugh.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Teams
w l rct. am
Milwaukee
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
..,ihits
St. Louis
Chkage
Cincinnati
Philaceiphia
70 47 .598
61 A .530 8
60 55 .522 f
i jU ,4e
55 60 .471 14
55 63 466 ISVt
H 63 466 ISM
52 61 460 16
Today's Gaines
Pittsburgh at Chicago Klin
ru.j-uieii ai Cnicago
Cincinujiiat San Francisco
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N)
Milwaukee at Los Angeles.
Yesterday's Results
No games scheduled.
COLLEGE CLOUTER
NEW YORK (NEA) Spider
Webb, fifth ranking middleweight
fighter, was graduated from Idaho
State College.
with
I walked b-ck to the hotel.
'inert is wife being photo photographed
graphed photographed with a ,Jounu glassy,
eyed Salmon. Olaf looks bewii
uered.
"Darling, the reel fell of," the
rod" she saio, oui it uidn t make"
any dilierence. It slid down tue.
line out ot the way."
Flash bulbs pop. Olaf put bead
in hands.
"How did you land that fish on
S pound line wiothout a rod A
stupid question.
"Well, 1 just reeled him l in;
isn't that what you told me to
do?"
CLASSIC MAJOR LEAGUI
MEETING
A meetingof tha classic and
major bowling leagues will be
held tonight at 7:30 p.m. at tha -Balboa
Service Canter, second
floor.
League policies will bo discus
sed and tjam formations will ba
made.
Members are urged to atten.

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TUESDAY, AUGUST If, USt
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PHILLIPS Oeaansida Cortagei
Santa Clara de P. I""" p p-nama
nama p-nama 3-H77 Criitobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartment!
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Balboa 3681.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
! en baaeh. Phona Thompson,
Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S Cottam an) Larta
Beach Housa. On mil past th
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
for two months, September and
October. $200. Tel. 3-M07.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished attractive chalet in Cam Cam-po
po Cam-po Algr to responsible party
for September October. Call 3 3-4911
4911 3-4911 office hours, 3-0868 after
6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bod bod-room
room bod-room ehalt, maid's room, ga ga-rige,
rige, ga-rige, scrnd. Call 50 No. 25.
Bella Vista $115.00. Tel. 2 2-0481
0481 2-0481 FOR RENT: Spacious comfort comfortable
able comfortable chalet, street No. 31. Three
bedrooms, living room, dining
room, porch, kitchen, and ga garage,
rage, garage, maid's room, for informa information.
tion. information. Call phone 2-2037. Can
be seen to 5 at 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished tv
bedroom house, living, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, kitchen, garage, maid's
room, for only $125.00. Via Is Is-pafta
pafta Is-pafta on lid to the Radio Mira Mira-mar.
mar. Mira-mar. Whito house.
FOR RENT: Large 3 bedroom
chalet furnished. Very reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. Bella Vista. Phones 2-3479,
3-5169.
Rooms
FOR HINT Furnihd tioua tioua-keeping
keeping tioua-keeping room, doubl couch, klt klt-chen
chen klt-chen cabinet, tov, privata bath
and ntnnea No. 3.52 Th. street
Phono 3-0638.
FOR RtNTj Excellent rooms
with meals, beautiful rotidone
4-U 35th. ToLphon 1-7993.
COMPLETE OIL WELL
NEW YORK (UPI) Shell Oil
Co. announced completion of an
oil well which tested 216 brrels
of 37 gravity oil through a 3464
inch choke 6Vi miles northeast of
Sadler, Texas.
CIVA'S Guaranteed Used
Cars at price that have
been CUT TO THE BONE.
1954 CADILLAC
4 Dr. Sedan, Green,
all extras.
1955 CADILLAC
4 Di. Sedan, Leather
upholstery, Black,
all extras.
1955 CADILLAC
4 Dr. Sedan,
Blue, all extras.
1956 MORRIS OXFORD
4 Dr. Sedan, Tan.
1955 PLYMOUTH
BELVFDERE
2 Dr. Hard Top, Red &
White, V-8, Automatic
trans., radio.
1953 PONTIAC CATALINA
2 Dr. Black, Hydrama-
tic, radio.
1954 PLYMOUTH
2 Dr. Station Wagon,
Lt. Blue
1955 FORD
Custom 2 Door. Lt.
Blue
1956 MG SPORT
ROADSTER, radio, Lt.
Blue, leather.
1955 CHEVROLET
4 Door, Blue & White.
radio, automatic trans
1952 OLDSMOBILE "88"
4 Door, radio, Hydra Hydra-matic.
matic. Hydra-matic. 1955
PONTIAC STAR
CHIEF
4 Dr. Sedan, radio, hy-
dramatic, 2 tone blue
1951
CHEVROLET
2 door, hlack, radio,
automatic trans.
THESE AND MANY MORE
A-1 USED CARS AVAILABLE
FOR YOUR INSPECTION &
THEY'RE READY TO
DRIVEAWAY.
See them today I
Ask. for "Slim".
CIVA, S. A.
On Automobile Row

Apartments

FOR RENT: Two modern Du Duplex,
plex, Duplex, two bedroom, hot water,
Campo Alegr. Tels. 3-3379
2-2341.
FOR RENT: In El Cengrejo
nicely furnished one bedroom
spacious apartment. Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT: Best located small
furnished apartment. Clean and
independent. Excellent neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartments, Herbruger Transisth Transisth-mian
mian Transisth-mian area, across Los Angeles,
100 mtrs. Supermarket, Tel.
3-5025.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, 2 baths, large
sitting, dining room, maid's room
with service, nice playgrounds,
El Cangreje, call 3-0319 during
office hours
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment screened, military inspect inspected,
ed, inspected, one and two bedrooms.
Automobile Row No. 36 Apt.
19.
FOR RENT: .Two large bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, kitchen and
bath, very modern. In new build building
ing building with large balcony on 4th
of July Avenue. Also large fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, two large living
rooms with kitchen and bath bet between,
ween, between, two bedrooms and extra
bathroom. Suitable for two cou couples.
ples. couples. Enquire, janitor Powell at
TI-132 4th of July Avenue or
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: Two small bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment, for couple
without childrens, street 1 4, Pai Pai-rilla
rilla Pai-rilla No. 88.
FOR RENT: Very nice cool
and comfortable screened one
bedroom apartment in Darien
street, for information please
call: 7. 1455 during office hours
or 3-1988 after.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: For office, well
situated, near "El Panama Hil Hilton"
ton" Hilton" with air condition. Call
3-0702; 2-2466.
Mercedes Building. De luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and' office building. Ample
parkin; space. Night watchman.
Moderate rents. Balboa Avenue,
next to nuns school. Ricardo A.
Mire S. A. Tel. 2-3436.
YOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, callons callons-cs,
cs, callons-cs, in frown tee nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
i. Arotemena Ave. 13-41
Tel. 3-Z217
Classes in Ballet Tap and
Toe Taught by
DOROTHY CHASE
will be resumed in October.
Registration dates to be
announced later.
August IS to Sept IS
8 DAT
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave eTy Tues. and Frl.
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
International Jewelry
1 55 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
NEW!
1INICA
SPEEDLITE 40
ONLY $2 4.00
BANTAMWEIGHT
ONLY 2.3 Lbs.
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Beside th Bella vista Theatre.

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick Cen Century
tury Century two-door sedan. Perfect
cendition. Tel. Balboa 2194
evenings.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Special
Riviera 4 door, hardtop. Power
windows brakes and steering,
radio, excellent condition, ori original
ginal original owner, see at house
251 1-D. Cocoli phone 4-353.
FOR SALE: Late 1956 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet 9 passenger station wagon,
excellent condition. Also 18 foot
runabout, brand new, never used
for one or fwo outboard motors.
Wonderful bargains. Call I I-7744
7744 I-7744 Panama. After Sunday.
FOS SALE: 1953 Black Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Sedan. Powerglide. 116
Ridge Road, Balboa Heights.
Telephone 2-4409.
FOR SALE: Sport Car Triumph
R3, perfect condition, can be
seen, financed. Call Tel. 2-0364.
FOR SALE: Studebaker Com Commander
mander Commander V-8 coupe. Starlight
Regal 1954. Pr.perty of L. H.
De Vore, deceased, car may be
inspected in the parking lot of
the Credit Union, Balboa, Canal
Zone Tuesday through Friday
August 19 through 22 and Mon Monday
day Monday 9.:00 a.m. to 1 1 :00 a.m.
and 2:00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. and
Saturday August 23 from 9:00
a.m. to noon. Keys are in Credit
Union office. Not duty paid.
Bids will be accepted throuqh
August 31, 1958 by mail by th
the undersigned at the below
address. Terms cash. The right
to reject any or all bids is reserv reserved.
ed. reserved. Balboa Heights.
W. H. DE VORE
Executor
Box 253
FOR 5ALF.: 1950 Chevrolet,
pick up truck 2154C. Curundu
83-4147.
WANTED
WANTED TO BUY: Station
wagon 1955 or newer, Balboa
2-2872.
Fox To Become
Most Durable
Second Baseman
CHICAGO (UPI) Barring
accident, Nellie Fox of the
Chicago White Sox will become
the major leagues' most durable
second baseman in history Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday when he plays the position for
his 478th consecutive game.
On Sunday, Fox tied the record
of 477 straight games for a sec
onci baseman set by Hall of
ramer Eddie Collins 40
ago.
years
SMASHES BOOKIES WINDOWS
DARTFORD, England (UPI -John
Fletcher was sentenced to
four months in jail yesterday for
smashing 17 windows in the office
of a bookie who refused to give
him credit.
WHAT IS
GROSO?
ANSWER WILL APPEAR
ON AUGUST 27th IN
THIS PAPER!
RECORDS
Latest releases of an
mayor labels. Panama's
largest selection. 12" LP's
from 1.49
TROPELCO, 1 A.
45th St. and Via Espana
Tel. 3-1285
SEE & COMPARE
before
YOU BUY!
Stoves e Refrigerators
General lilectrio
Wextinjrhnuse
Hot Point
Frigidaire
Norsre
'All on I Floor
Appliance Headquarters
Tropicana
4th of July Ave. & H St.
YES! SANTA IS HERE. START
SAVING YOUR TICKETS FOR
OUR XMAS DRAWING YOL
CAN WIN VSl.500.flO FREE.

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3 Lottery Plaza a CASA ZALDO Central
Home Articles
FOR SALE: Beautiful yellow
G.E. refrigerator, automatic de defrost,
frost, defrost, 1 1 .4 cubic feet. Used one
year, $300.00, G.E. Filter-Flo
automatic washer, 1 2 lb, capa capacity,
city, capacity, 1957 model, $200.00.
Qtrs. 112-B, Albrook, telephone
Albrook 3207.
Deafmule Kidnaper
Slain In Battle
With Georgia Cops
MACON, Ga. (UPI) A 200-
nmtnrl rlnnf mnln L i r n ) n n f ftf 9 7.

yeroirKentuckV gFrl whose body YOKOHAMA Japan (UPI) -was
found brutally beaten and Yokohama dockworkers, spurred
shot to death, was killed by police : anti-nuclear weapons organi organi-near
near organi-near here yesterday in a blazing fat's yesterday reused to un un-eun
eun un-eun battle I Swiss Oerlinkon-56 guid-
ed missiles which arrived aboard
Four Warner-Robins, Ga., police'8 Japanese vessel. One -hundred
officers set up a roadblock on ; a1nd tiwy dockworkers boarded
Georgia Highway 247 and halted the freighter AnmasMaru and be-
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a car driven by the suspected
killer, Parham Youngblood, 31,
who kidnaped Margie Jones, 7,
of
Melvin, Ky.
Youngblood first opened fire on
the officers who pinned the fugi fugitive
tive fugitive in his car afterwards with a
barrage of bullets. A shot fired
through the wndshield ended the
life of the hulking deaf-mute who
had been sought by authorities
throughout central Georgia.
Sheriff's Deputy L. H. Barron
said the body of little Margie,
who could use sign language al although
though although not mute herself, was dis discovered
covered discovered by a pulpwood workers in
a field yesterday morning.
The child eas shot twice through
the body with; a Winchester rifle
beaten over the head and possibly
choked.
Barron said Youngblood tood
four children to a drive.in movie
Saturday night from his mother's
home near Toomsboro, Ga., over
the protest of a woman who w-as
visiting with the children from
Kentucky.
The deaf-mutt pushed three of
the small children out of his car
hours later, forcing them to walk
for help in the dark, and then
drove about -eight miles farther to
the spot where Margie'a body eas
found, Barron added.
Youngblood turned up In Macon
Sunday night and commandeered
at gunpoint the station wagon of a
Wisconsin couple and their chil children.
dren. children. Police said he abandoned
his own car at the spot and re released
leased released his victims, Mr. and Mrs.
Laverne Boeck of Janesville, Wis.
and their three children,
include early
Panama Rod & Reel
Club Fishing Notes
Friday Lt. Col. Mooty of Albrook
caught a 352 lb. stripped marlin
and on Saturday Frances Sharp
caught a 278 lb. black marlin on
50-lb. test line around Piftas Bay.
Guillermo anton Venezuelan
fisherman and sportswriter, is
here to enter the tournament. He
wants the thrill of catching a mar marlin
lin marlin in the Pacific, he says. He left
tthis morning the Caiman II to
try his luck between the Perlas
nd Pinas.
everyone wno nas participated
in the VI International Marlin and
Sailfish Tournament is urged to
turn in their fish entries no later
than Monday, Aug. 25 to Audrey
E. Kline at the Panama Insurance
Co. building next to the Raymond
Clinic, or to one of the members
of the tournament committee
Sam Moody, Barney Forgeson,
Bobbie Novey.

NOTICE

THE PANAMA RADIO CORP.
HEREBY NOTIFIES ALL CUSTOMERS
WHO HAVE RADIOS, PHONOGRAPHS,
TELEVISION SETS OR AMY OTHER AP AP-PLIANCE
PLIANCE AP-PLIANCE FOR REPAIR IN OUR SHOP,
THAT AFTER 90 DAYS FROM DATE OF
RECEIPT WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE
FOR SAID ARTICLES.
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Two used "Michel "Michel-lin"
lin" "Michel-lin" tires, less than S00 miles.
Sis 550-590x1$, 6 ply. Call
Cocoli 4618.
FOR SALE: Beauty shop equip equipment
ment equipment in excellent condition, dry dryers
ers dryers up for conversion, no sham shampoo
poo shampoo bowls. For information call
2-1322, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 60 Gold Band Glas Glasses.
ses. Glasses. Gablets won Icetea, water,
Champagne 214C Cudundu 83 83-4147.
4147. 83-4147. FOR SALE: Piano "Winter"
with branch, street 46 No.
2 135.
MIS-GUIDED MISSILES
6"."
miscellaneous ajrgo but refused
to touch the guided missiles.
INDIAN FLOODS
CALCUTTA, India (UPI) Hea Heavy
vy Heavy floods triggered by torrential
rains have washed away rati
lines, inundated villages and ma.
rooned thousands of persons in
large areas of North Bengal and
Behar Province, reports reachin
here said today. The reports said
the tea center of Jalpaiguri was
under waist deep water, and in
Bharatpur, Central India, 62 vil villages
lages villages were flooded.
TIRING WORK This inquisi inquisitive
tive inquisitive youngster is going to be
a "tired" young man before he
succeeds in moving this 3,355 3,355-pound
pound 3,355-pound giant at the Firestone
plant in Akron, Ohio. The
world's largest production tires,
they are nine feet tall and each
one contains 1,763 pounds of
natural rubber, 418 pounds of
fabric and more than five miles
of bead wire. The huge tires
are used in transporting com complete
plete complete pumping stations over the
Saudi Arabian sands.
I NEW SHIP COMPANY
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Fed-
: eral Maritime Board today re-
ceived notification from Matson
Navigation Co. and Is h m i a n
Lines Inc. that the two compa companies
nies companies intend to operate jointly a
new firm, Matson Orient Inc..,
which would provide new U.S.
flag service between the Atlantic
and the Far East. Both companies
would have a 50 per cent interest
in Matson Orient.

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Lost Falon Mengreel puppy "Chi "Chi-ca",
ca", "Chi-ca", contact Elisabeth Fennel,
Tel. Balboa 1485, please.
Young female light brown dog
collar plate No. MP 437 1958.
Call Tel. 3-1496.
POET.'S MOTHER DIES
LAUGHARNE, Waes (UPI) -Mrs.
Florence Thomas, mother of
the late Welsh poet Dylan Them
as, died last night at her son's
former home here. Mrs. Thomas
died within a half hour after the
curtain rang down on the final
performance of her son's verse
play, "Under Milk Wood."

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Baruch Terms Eroding Dollar'
-.y
Hazard To Oldsters' Security

SARATOGA SPRING S NY. I "You've got to beware of. those
(UPI) Barnard M. Baruch in- who promise you more dollars
ends to have no fuss about his 88tn with less purchasing power he
birthday today. He plans to warned.
observe it quietly with the im- j Asked at what age he th ht
mediate members of his family. ; man should mi Baruch reDiied
The famous elder statesman that was up to the individual him him-wants
wants him-wants to avoid interviews, if pos-;seif. in this connection he recalled
sible, because as he says- a remark of his father, Dr. Simeon
'Hhese are timS which try men s, Baruchj .gLgg

5UU13 aim I' A0 MVV MJ. vv I
vate citizen to speak out on world
affairs.
He is at the Gideon rumam
Hotel in Saratoga Springs. He has
lone been interested in the spa
and its health giving facilities.
He is taking the baths and going
to the races occasionally for re recreation.
creation. recreation. In response to a question, he
said:
"I feel fine. But I have to pace
myself. I can't do as much as
I once could."
He seemed to be in good shape,
physically and mentally. In spite
of his advancing years, he's still
a strikingly handsome man tall,
erect and silver-haired and. one
of the best-liked and most popular
figures at the summer esort.
Baruch reads a lot and spends
some of his time working on the
second book of his memoirs. He
keeps in touch with his New York
office by telephone.
Inevitably, our conversation got
around to lonevity.
"Longevity is primarily a mat matter
ter matter of heredity," he declared.
After a moment's pause, he
went on :
"We in America have developed
lots of ways to increase the span
of life. But, as far as most elderly
people are concerned, it is more
imporant to stop the inflationary
processes and keep steady the
purchasing power of our dollar, for
old age."
He emphasized that he realizes
the imporance of social benefits
to elderly people, such as pen
sions and social security. But he
said It is nevertheless more im
portant to find some way "to pre
vent (he constant eroding of the
dollar through inflation."
AIR CONDITIONERS
-GIBSON-
Capacities to fit any require
ments. 5
years
Price
guaranty
Duty free,
residents.
for C.Z.
TROPELCO, S.A.
45th St. and Via Kspafia
TEL. 3-1285

WANTED: Sales Manager for
well established' firm. Good op opportunity
portunity opportunity for right person. Write
giving full particulars, including
photo, "Sales Manager" P. O.
Box 93, Colon.

WANTED: Bilingual secretary,
excellent references and expe experience
rience experience call Tel. 2-4902 for
interview.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Mrs. Nena White: Your visit ac accounting
counting accounting department CASA AD ADMIRABLE
MIRABLE ADMIRABLE will b appreciated.
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Have your Pianos repaired reg regulated
ulated regulated or turned by Sidney HyaftTs.
Tel. 2-0734. Today.
i
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shock contains about
T-lm jotoriiHtlNi aWs
made to him
I was about 35 years old at
the time, and I asked father what
he tn ht M fc
t Mt ,? hg re,atede WMJr m
plied: 'If you haven't learned by
now, nobody can tell you.' And
tnat s why I say a man can tell
when he should retire better than
any one else."
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SERVICES
3 -minut cat wash $1,
cleaning of meter $5. waxing at
ears $6 Auto-Bane. Trans-Isth
mian Hiqhwav near Sean
TELEVISION SERVICE
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME. $3.50
You gat service the same day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trainee' techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford Agencias. Phone
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 11-20.
TELEVISION SERVICI
Prompt service
Fair .prices
Boston Technicians
30 years in electronics ..,
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2-3142.
T.V., radio, Hi-Fi, transmitter
repairs. Call Williams b Shirley.
Phone Panama 2-5113.
Protect trour home and proper
ty against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: Experienced maid.
General houseiwork and soma
child cara. Slaap in. Panama
3-6593.
START CHARGE PLAN
NEW YORK (UPI)-Moore-Mc
Cormack Lines, Inc. yesterday ar
nounced it is immediately inaug"
rating a cnargca-crutse; pla
for the traveling public featirrin
a down payment of 10 per ce'
and 20 months to pay the halan
The plan has been approved by
the Federal Maritime Board, the
steamship company said.
'HlWEfGHTEO MAN JUMPS
LONDON (UPI) Police said
yesterday thajO man whose body
was fottntJJfcnrthe River Thamei
tied with rope and weighted with
iron had committed suicide. They
decided it was suicide when the
drowned man was identified as
Clive Daniel, a Londoner who had
been missing since he was seen
to fair from Vauxhall Bridge late
Tuesday.
APPLIANCE
BARGAINS
'AM AN A" Built-in Freeier 4
e.e cudic root uan ne
placed with or around
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or in any suitable in
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I finish New introduetor
offer. ,,
Regular $595.00
I Value for...$399.00
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Used "LEONARP" Electrie
Range Apartment sis?
four burners very
little use perfect con condition.
dition. condition. Originally $225.00
NOW . $90.00
"MASTER GRANDE" Small
washing machine Ideal for
d i a p ers, handkerchiefs,
children's clothing, etc.;
never used but shopworn.
Originally $65.00
NOW ... $25.00
"HOOVER" washing ma machine
chine machine Very little use
perfect condition.
Originally $174.00
NOW . $140.00
"HOOVER" Washing ma machine
chine machine used In perfect
condition Automatic
electric wringer -r- washes
In four minutes.
Originally $174.00
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NOW . $140.00
n i.Air fan 24" three speeds
(fan & air extractor) ne never
ver never used but shopworn.
Orixirtaliy $94.00
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"ESKIMO" fan H" l
u- perfect condition.
Originally $68.00
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NOW. $1.9.00
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West Predicts Narrow Victory On Mi ddle East Issue Though .
Arabs, Reds, India, Japan Oppose

leave It To Dag' UN Resolution
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Aug. 19 (UPI) Western di plomats today predicted narrow passage by the U.N. Gen General
eral General Assembly of a "leave it to Dag" Hammarskjold resol ution aimed at maintaining peace in the Middle East.
The mild and vaguely-worded resblution introduced by seven Western nations was opposed by most of the
Arab world and by the Communist bloc because it did not demand the immediate withdrawal of U.S. and British
troops from Lebanon and Jordan.
But twin declarations by Secretary of State John F oster Dulles and British Fore.gn Secretary Selwyn Lloyd
promising to withdraw the troops when requested to by the Assembly was expected to assure the necessary two-
thirds majority in the 81 -nation body.
Sir Leslie Knox Munro of New Zealand, Assembly president, hoped the Assembly would vote by tomorrow
night. But observers predicted there would be a rash o f attempts to modify the resolution by such dissat.sf.ed
nations as India and Japan and perhaps some Arab states.

Dulles Says Indirect Aggression,
If Tolerated, Means World War III

French foreign minister Maurice
Couve de Murville arrived today
i xi-.., Vnrli- anrl miaht have

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something to say on the Norwegian
resolution
His arrival made it possible for
Hammarskjold, the U. N. secret secretary
ary secretary general, to set up a Little
Summit" conference of the United
States, Britain, France, Soviet U U-nion
nion U-nion and the United Arab Repub Republic.
lic. Republic. Meanwhile reports of new viol violence
ence violence in which six persons were kil killed
led killed reached Beirut today.
The casualties were counted in
two separate actions in the moun mountains
tains mountains to the east and south of Bei Beirut
rut Beirut on Sunday and yesterday.
At Sidon, on the Mediterranean
co'ast 20 miles south of Beirut,
three members of the anti-rebel
PPA paramilitary forces were kil killed
led killed yesterday, presumably by in insurgents.
surgents. insurgents. Thi$ action appeared to be a
continuation of the civil war be between
tween between the rebels and the right
wing group which has been sup supporting
porting supporting President Camilla Cha Cha-maun.
maun. Cha-maun. At Kfar Selouane in the moun
tains midway between Beirut and
Damascus on Highway One, a cus customs
toms customs guard and two alleged insur

gent were killed Sunday in a fire fire-fight.
fight. fire-fight. The United Arab Republic and
Saudi Arabia, on the outs las
than six months ago, have an announced
nounced announced "complete agreement"
on a demand for the withdrawal
of U. S, and British troops from
the Middle East.
A communique issued at the end
of Saudi Crown Prince Faisal's
meeting with President Gamal Ab Ab-del
del Ab-del Nasser said the two nations
"do not approve the presence of
foreign forces on the soil of any
country."
The communique said the two
nations "also condemn intervention
in other peoples' affairs by any
foreign country or countries which
exposes world peace and security
lo danger."

HIKE POSTAL ALLOWANCE
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Sen Senate
ate Senate passed and sent to the White
House yesterday $ bill increasing
congressmen's annual airmail and
special delivery postage stamp al.
lowance lrom $300 to $400. The
bill, which also ups the annual
stamp allowance of House com.
mittees from $180 to $240, would
provide the new allowance begin beginning
ning beginning at the start of each new ses session
sion session of Congress rather than at
tile July 1 start of the fiscal year
s is done now.

And in Moscow, the Soviet gov government
ernment government organ Izvastia charged
today the United States were try trying
ing trying to "paralyze" the United Na Nations
tions Nations Middle East debate because
it could not get its own way by
"pressure and blackmail."
"At a time when opinion in favor
of an immediate elimination of the
military conflict in the Arab East
is fcjeing intensified, U. S. Brit British
ish British diplomacy is doing everything
to doom the U. N. General Assem Assembly
bly Assembly session to inactivity," it said.
Izvestia said American diplomats
were abandoning the idea of carry carrying
ing carrying through the U. N. emergency
session a resolution "which would
approve the aggressive actions of
the U. S. A. and Britain in the
Near and Middle East."
"Even through pressure and
blackmail, thev will he unahle tn

collect the required number oft

votes for the adoption of such a
draft resolution," the publication
said.
"Washington has instructed the

U. S. delegation to prevent the
adoption of a resolution which
would make it incumbent upon the
U. S. A. and Britain to withdraw
their forces from the Lebanon and
Jordan."

NEW YORK, Aug. 19 (UPIt
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles warned last night that
toleration of indirect aggression
would lead to a third World
War.
So far as possible, he said,
combatting of such aggres aggression
sion aggression should be left to the
United Nations. But in lieu

of U.N. action, the secretary
said, affected governments
were justified in seeking help
of other nations.
As an evamnle. he cited send

ing of United States troops to
Lebanon, at that government's
rem ii est. to counter indirect ac

tion in the form of inflamma

tory propaganda, infiltration oi
men and arms, bribes and "in "incitement
citement "incitement to murder and assas

sination."

Rut. rn the other hand. Dul

les told the annual convention
of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, "We must be careful not

to encourage or condone armed

intervention which of itself

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mnv suhvert. the will of a for

eign people."
He said the Russian supres supres-sion
sion supres-sion of the Hungarian reTolt
in 1956 was an example of
unwarranted armed interven intervention.
tion. intervention. Dulles, who addressed an au audience
dience audience of about 1500 VFW dele delegates,
gates, delegates, including many military
leaders, received the organiza organization's
tion's organization's Bernard Baruch Distin Distinguished
guished Distinguished Service Award for his
contributions to peace.
Asserting that indirect ag aggression
gression aggression was an "art' that had
been "greatly perfected" in re recent
cent recent years, Dulles said the
United Nations should act to
deal with It collectively, as was
proposed last week by President
Eisenhower.
The President, In a speech at
the United Nations, called for
establishment of a permanent
"peace force," which Dulles ex explained,
plained, explained, could respond to a na nation
tion nation subjected to "civil strife
fomented from without."

UNDERCOVER WORK-Lmdy Boody appears really stretched i
out as she takes it easy in a circular bed ten feet in diameter in
Miami Fla. Actually, the foreground feet belong to her 13-1
year-old sister, Diane. Their father, Charles Boody, isn't too
happy about the $1,758 bed, which he won on a TV show. He
wants to sell it, since he can't figure out how to get t in the
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BUDDIES Show stealers at
the annual Horse Show in Ross Ross-ville,
ville, Ross-ville, Ind., were these two little
pals. Cowboy is Gregory Wilson,
.who has his burro friend firmly
in tow. The nameless burro was
but one week old.

Retired PC Lockman
Fenwick Moreland
Dies In Washington
Friends on the Isthmus have

received word of the death in
Washington, D. C, of Fenwick Lee
Moreland, a former lock operator
at Pedro Miguel.
Mr. Moreland was born in Prince
George, Md., and was in his 80th
year.
He joined the Canal organza organza-tion
tion organza-tion in 1923 as a wireman. Alter
a year's break in service during
1933-34, he was reemployed as a
lock operator, remaining in this
assignment until his retirement in
1941.
His death occured Aug. 8, fol

lowing a long illness .He was buri

ed Aug. 11 in Cedar Hill Cemete Cemetery
ry Cemetery near Washington.
Besides his wife, the former Ma Mary
ry Mary Louise Harrover, Mr. More More-land
land More-land is survived by two sisters,
and by two sons, Francis L. More More-land
land More-land and Fenwick L. Moreland,
Jr.

Senators Citing 13 For

Big-Time Chicago Hoodl

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US Flying In Arms
To Aid Sukarno's
Indonesian Regime

JAKARTA, Indonesia, Aug. 19
(UPI) The United States is fly fly-in
in fly-in arms to the Indonesian govern

ment, it was disclosed today. The
move apparently signaled a soft

ening of Washington's attitude to.
ward the government of President
Sukarno.
Authoritative sources said huge
Air Force Globemasters flew the
first shipments into Jakarta where
they were unloaded under condi conditions
tions conditions of strict secrecy.
Indonesian officials refused pub publicly
licly publicly to confirm or deny arrival
of the arms, but a formal an announcement
nouncement announcement was expected to be
made by Premier Djuanda after
tonight's cabinet meeting.
The arms arriving so far were
described as "light" rifles, ma machine
chine machine guns and other small wea weapons
pons weapons urgently needed by the In.
donesian Army.

BIG AID NEED
NEW DELHI, India (UPI) -Indian
planning officials estimate!
today that the nation will need
another 1,200,000,000 in foreign
aid during the next three years
to meet requirements of the cur
rent five-year plan. This would bp
in addition to the $1,700,000,000
already .given or definitely com.
mitted to this finai ially-troableii
country.

WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Sen Senate
ate Senate today unanimously approved
contempt citations against 13 per persons,
sons, persons, including an assortment of
big-time Chicago hoodlums, in a
showdown drive by rackets in investigators
vestigators investigators against the under underworld's
world's underworld's code of silence.
Also cited in the 87 to 0 vote
was President Maurice A. Hutche Hutche-son
son Hutche-son of the Carpenters Union.
Hutcheon challenged the jurisdic jurisdiction
tion jurisdiction of the Senate Rackets Com Committee
mittee Committee in refusing to answer
questions about alleged misue of
union funds.
The cases now go to the Justice
Department for prosecution. Con Conviction
viction Conviction carries a maximum one one-year
year one-year jail sentence and a $1,000

fine.

The vote came after rackets
chairman John L. McClellan (D (D-Ark.)
Ark.) (D-Ark.) denounced the "frivolous"
use of the Fift hAmendment by
an -'underworld .element" seeking
to block the committee's work in
laying bare racketeering in the la labor
bor labor movement.
McClellan said these witnesses
use of the Fifth Amendment by
fuse to answer questions wholly
unrelated to their own concerns
so as to "keep from giving testi testimony
mony testimony against another".
He called this a "flagrant abuse"
of the constitutional right of pro protection
tection protection against self-incrimination
and said "I hope these cases will
be made a test."
Hutcheson, who is under indict indictment
ment indictment in Indiana in connection with

highway right-of-way scandals, did
not invoke the Fifth Amendment.
He challenged the committee'

jurisdiction and contended it was
trying to deprive him of due pro process
cess process of law.
In addition, Peter Livacoli. de

scribed by the committee as a

'Detroit hoodlum with 1 nn

criminal record,' was cited for
failure to appear at hearings on
the overall and linen supply in industry
dustry industry in the Detroit area.

Ernest Mark High, former ad

vertising solicitor for the "Trade
Union Courier" Who now operates
the "AFL Spotlight" in New York,
was cited for refusing to produce
his books and records.

McClellan said the contempt ci citations
tations citations were necessary to "sup "support
port "support the power and integrity of the
Senate and the Congress."

Most ot tne Chicago figures in

volved were Questioned last mnnth

about an alleged restaurant shake-

aown racket involving arson,
stinkbombings and intimidation.
They included Anthony (Tough
Tony) Accardo, reputed heir to the
old Capone mob's Chicago crime
empire. Accardo, who lives af
River Forest, 111., refused to an answer
swer answer questions on grounds of pos possible
sible possible self-incrimination.

McClellan said the Fiflh Amend Amendment
ment Amendment cases should be viewed as
tests of the congressional right of

inquiry. He contended witnesses
had refused to answer questions
about their citizenship, occupation
and place of residence under cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances in which answers could
not possibly have incriminated
them.
Besides Accardo, the Fifth
Amendment cases included:
Joseph Aiuppa, alias Joey
O'Brian, Elmhurst, HI., a founder
and officer of Local 450 of the
Restaurant Employes Union; of
Cicero, 111.
Former Capon Lawyer
Abraham Teitlebaum of Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, formerly Al Capone's per personal
sonal personal attorney, who appeared as
former labor relations counsel for
the Chicago Restaurant Associa Association.
tion. Association. Danny Lardino of Chicago,

who resigned as a business a gent, ten ant with a long

m uucai m oi me Kestauranl
Workers Union on the eve of the

Joe Divarco, alii Joey
Caesar, of Chicago, described as
a "notorious Chicago hoodlum and
convicted counterfeiter."
Sam (Teet),BattagIia of Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, described as a "hoodium
with a long police record and a
close associate of Accardo.'
Marshall Caifano of Chicago,
listed as "another Accardo lieu-

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a long cnmnal rec

ord.
John Lardno of Oak Park, HI.,
Danny's brother, who resigned
shortly before the hearings as ad ad-ministrative
ministrative ad-ministrative director of Local 593,
Ross Prio, alias Ross Priola,
of Chicago, described as another
of Accardo'g lieutenants.
Jack Cerone, Elmwood Park,
111., listed as Acc'ardo's former
chauffeur and "presently a major
rackets figure in the Chicago
area."

15! Negroes Seeking To Enter
White Schools In Norfolk, V.

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NORFOLK,?V., Aug. 19 (UPI)
U.S. District Judge Walter Hoff
man and Negro and white attorn attorneys
eys attorneys today agreed that the Norfolk
school board would make a deci

sion shortly on the applications of

131 JNegroes who seek to enter
white schools here.
Hoffman, told" the attorneys he
wanted to clear up the integration
case this week "even if it takes
night sessions."
Opposing attorneys, who appear appeared
ed appeared be 'ore Hoffman to argue the
validity of Norfolk's pupil assign assignment
ment assignment plan went into a conference
with the judge "to discuss the
school's board taking up the. ap applications.
plications. applications. NAACP attorney Spefswoed
Robinson III asked Hoffman ftf
he would parmit new hearings
to begin immediately on the an.
tieipatod appeals of the school
board's decision. There has been
speculation the board will deny
Negroes to enter schools her
next month.
Hoffman replied he could npt
answer the question until anneals

are filed but he said he Wanted 1o

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tiously a possible.

no iman, wno last spring set a
September deadline for the port
city to desegregate its schools,
told the attorneys 10 weeks had
oassed since his original order. In
it, he had told the board to ''act
with dispatch."
Hoffman said the primary pur.
pott of the hearinq today wti to
determine "what has the school
board dona that is discrimina discriminatory
tory discriminatory on its fact"?
He said the hearing also would
deternine "under what theory the
School board felt it was allowed

to wait" until after today's hear
iiv before ruling on the applica.
tions.
Earlier the school board had
said it would meet "promptly" af.
ter the hefrin? to assign the stu students
dents students to schools.
Twenty one persons, including
II who helped administer the pu
pil assignment plarj to Negro stu students
dents students were subpenaed to appear
at the hearing. The Other 10 includ
ed parents of Negro children seek,
ing to enter white schools and
school administrators.
It was the second court test of
Norfolk's pupil assignment plan

within five days and the third test

Of a local DUDil assignment nlm

in Virginia within a week.
Last Wednesday, Norfolk circuit
judge Clyde H. Jacob turned down
a request by a white couple here
who challenged Norfolk's right to
assign pupils to schools on the
grounds that the state alone could,
make school assignments.
Last Monday, U. S. District
Judge John Paul of Harrisonburg
upheld the right of Charlottes,
ville's school board to interview
Negro students seeking admission
to white schools.
Norfolk's pupil assignment plan
provioa$ for th tasting and In
tarviewing of all Negro children
applying for admission to whit
ehools.
The tests and interviews have
been administered to 88 of the 15 L
students seeking to enter white
schools. The remainder o' the stu students
dents students apparently boycotted the
plan.
Today's hearing was on a chal challenge
lenge challenge of the Norfolk plan by 21
of the Negro students who refuged-to
submit to the tests ind
interviews.

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LONDON, Aug. 19 (UPI) Threa
lightning bolts damaged a British
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ceney landing after the successivt
bolts cracked the windshile.d dam damaged
aged damaged an engine cowling and
knocked out the plane's naviga navigation
tion navigation liehts
landed safely at Cognac in West West-landed
landed West-landed safely at Cognac in West Western
ern Western France.
The passengers, who were re.
turning from Majorca, were flown
into London in another plane ear early
ly early today.

BUY CHEMICAL STOCK

WATERBURV, Conn. (UPP

Hubbard Hall Chemical Co. has
purchased a majority of the stock

of Metalsalla Chemicals, Inc. of

Atlanta. Ga. for an undisclosed
price, It was announced. Abner A.
Towers will continue as nresiderf

of the Atlanta firm which will
change its name to Chem Salts.
Inc.

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This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorolneiral
and Hydrotrraphie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 86 83
Low , 74 77
HUMIDITY:
High 98 9
Low 69 89
WIND:
(max. mph) N-10 N-14
RAIN (inches) .12 .19
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82 82

BAI30A TIDES
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 20

High
7:20 a.m.
.7:45 p.m.

Low
1:09 a.m.
1:38 p.m.

VOTE STOCK ACQUISITION
WILMINGTON, Del. (UPI)
United Profit Sharing Corp. yes.
terday announced its stockholders
have voted to acquire all the
stock ofHifhway Trailer Co. from
Trans-Continental industries, Inc.
for a maximum o? 1,650,000 share
of United common and ifii ooo
shares of a new preferred stork.
The combined comnany will be
named Highway Trailer Indui Indui-trie.i,
trie.i, Indui-trie.i, Inc. i

PRICES: 0.75 0.40
LAST DAY
3:00 4:40 6:45 9:08 p.m.

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