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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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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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THE CITY OF THE
VICEROYS...
INDEPENDENT
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lINTIINATIONAL AIHWA
Zf tfo people fenm the frulfc and tne country U $afu Abraham Lincoln.
Mrd ZEAS
PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1958
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2-0 Isthmian

An timated 30,000 Alaskan voters go to the polls
today to confirm ths Canal Zone's 2-0 vote to put the
tamp of Statehood on a territory twice the size of Texas.
The Canal Zone vote was cast by mail well in ad advance
vance advance by Sgt. Howard A. McRae of the US Army Signal
Service, Quarry Heights, and Pcf. Leonard M. Hansen, Jr.,
cook with A Company, 1st Battle Croup, 20th Infantry.
The Panama Canal Company, the Navy and the Air
Force between them could not scrape up a single Sour Sourdough.
dough. Sourdough.

New Secondary
Students Must
New secondary school stu students
dents students who are entering the ca canal
nal canal Zone schools for the first
time this year, are fequh-ed to
register at the office of the
principal of various schools
anytime before schools open
Wednesday, Sept. 3, it has been
announced by the Division of
Schools. .
The registration can be ef effected
fected effected during regular office
hours .at the office "of the prin principal
cipal principal of the junior High School
In Balboa, the Senior High
School in Balboa or the of fice
of the Junior Senior High
School in Cristobal.
This does not apply to new
i;rvn students who have been
rfniiaated to repost for wgis-
ng superintendelrt of Schools
in the Civil Af fails Building on
Gaillard Highway anyume be before
fore before Sept. 3.
Milton Eisenhower
Reports On Issues
Raised By RP Locals
k .VAcman for Local 900,
AFSCME, AFL-CIO announced to-
tay that Haroia w.
,ooiveri letter frofllt 4r
Milton S. Eisenhower pointing out
that upon Ml return to wasnuig wasnuig-v,.
v,. wasnuig-v,. h.iH a lenzthy meeting
with Dr. Arnold S. Zaflder, inter
nrpsident of the Amen
nnitinn of State. County
and Municipal Employes, AFL-CIO
and Martin FranK, nouaiug
t.'tk. international union.
Eisenhower said that at nis
meeting with Zander and Frank
he went over all the issues "is "is-La
La "is-La v, nffiPiaU of Locals 900 and
907 during his visit to Panama
last month. "; .
Eisenhower also assured Rerne
that he has submitted recommen recommendation,
dation, recommendation, to his broker the Pres President
ident President of the United States, on the
matters discussed here.
The union Spokesman retailed
that the question of low-cost hous housing,
ing, housing, wages, the implements bop of
the single wage scale and the ell
mination of segregation in various
areas in the Canal Zone were a a-mong
mong a-mong the seven important .issues
discussed with the President 1
brother and members of his def deflation
lation deflation at the US Embassy resi residence
dence residence at La Crest.
.Anti-Noise Jel Ride
To Comet, Caravello
LONDON, An 26 (UPl) -Brit-tArfv
imnnsed strict regula
tions that aviation sources believ believed
ed believed could binder forthcoming oper-
Stion Of American jet airliners on
w dollar-rich route from the U U-nited
nited U-nited States.
The ground rules appeared bke bke-ly
ly bke-ly to give Britain's Comet IV and
France's Caravelle a head start
in capturing business from the
big American Boeing 717 and
Douglas DC-8 jet scheduled to
start flying here within a few
months. '.15'
Trnsport and Civil Aviahdn Min Minister
ister Minister Harold vyatkinson said three
major regulations would apply to
the U.S. jets pending, satisfactory
completion of tests to prove that
their noise has been cut to "a
reasonable minimum."
The toughest rulej which could
delay regular passenger services,
specified that until British officials
decide the American jets' noise
level is acceptable, they will be
able to take off and Jand only dur
ing "waking hours."

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If there, are any in these orgini
zations, they are too busy panning
for eolf on the banKs 01 tne ran a
ma Canal (It looks something like
the Yuken, says Hansen) to taice
time off to Vote.
The U. S. Embassy received no
voting applications from any Alas Alaskan
kan Alaskan who may be resident in the
Republic.
From Port Barrow to Ketchi Ketchikan,
kan, Ketchikan, Noma to Fairbanks, if not
from Crit'Obal to Balboa er Da David
vid David to Yavisa, the heaviest Alas Alaskan
kan Alaskan balloting in history i ex expected.
pected. expected. According to United Press In International
ternational International polical experts predict
the toiai voie will easily top lue
highest recorded vote of 28,000
The wagering is in terms of whe whether
ther whether stajtehoou will be approved
2-1, 3-1, 4-1, or 5-1, or by larger
margins. The possiblity of stale
hood being rejected isn't even con considered.
sidered. considered. 'We'll win by a 5-1 margin,' pre predicted
dicted predicted former Gov. Mike Stepovich
v;ho stepped out of the governor s
office to run unopposed for the
Republican nomination for the
short Senate term.
but not enough to snd anger pas pas-saga
saga pas-saga of the plan," Stepovieh
sK "I pradict the statehooders
will win in ovary larga city city-Anchorage,
Anchorage, city-Anchorage, Fairbanks, Ketchi Ketchikan
kan Ketchikan and Juneau, and in most
othsr places, too."
Even some of those who fought
against Alaska becoming the 4'th
state have indicated they will vote
for the three statehood propositions
because the plan has gone too
far to be turned back now.
Rockefeller Picked
By GOP For Race
Against Harriman
NEW YORK. Aug. 26 (UPI)
Multimillionaires Nelson A. Rocke
feller and Averell Harriman were
their parties' unanimous choices
today to battle it out for the gov
ernorship of New York.
Republicans convened at Ro
Chester yesterday nominated the
50-year-old Rockefeller to run a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Democratic incumbent Har Harriman,
riman, Harriman, 66, who was himself no nominated
minated nominated by acclamation at the De
mocratic state convention at Buf
falo.
Before both parties end their
conventions tonight, they will
ohoose cadidates for the United
States Senate.
The field of six announced can
didates for the Democratic no
mination was rumored to be nar narrowed
rowed narrowed down to New York City's
crime-busting District Attorney
Frank S. Hogan.
Bdt there were persistent at
tempts to "draft" New York Ma
yor Robert F. Wagner despite his
repeated statements he was not
candidate.
Besides Hogan, Democratic hope
fuls for the nomination are form
er Postmaster General James A.
Farley, former Air Secretary Tho
mas K. Finletter, former Atomic
Eenergy Commissioner Thomas E.
Murray, State Commerce Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Edward Dickenson and
Rep. James Delaney of Queen's
County.
Democratic state chairman and
Tammany Hall leader Carmine de
Sapoio said the convention wqjb
"wide open and he had no per personal
sonal personal preference in candidates, but
he was believed to favor Hogan,

Rubottom Blames Small Red

WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 (UPD (UPD-Assis.ant
Assis.ant (UPD-Assis.ant Secretary of State tur.
R. Rubottom Jr., believes the at attacks
tacks attacks made against Vice Presi President
dent President Richard M. Nixon during
his South American tour were in
spired by a small communist mi minority.
nority. minority. Th s ,was revealed today in tes testimony
timony testimony made public by the House
tiinony made public by the Hous
Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on
Inter-American Affairs, headed b;.
Rep. Robert C. Byrd (D-W.Va.).

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

ASSEMBLY MAN Victor N.
Bustamante claims to have
proof of irregularities commit committed
ted committed by Dldlmo Grimaldo, man manager
ager manager of the government-operated
casino in Hotel 1 Panama
Hilton.
Bustamante said the irregu irregularities
larities irregularities are not confined to Gri Gri-maldo's
maldo's Gri-maldo's practice of making
loans to foreigners and govern government
ment government officials.
The Assemblyman also said
he would file charges of at attempted
tempted attempted homicide against Gri Grimaldo,
maldo, Grimaldo, who has admitted pull pulling
ing pulling a gun on Bustamante when
the latter pushed him violent violently
ly violently during an argument.
Several cases of typhoid
fever have been reported a a-long
long a-long the Atlantic coast, ac according
cording according to a morning tabloid.
The report said there were
indications that the disease
was spreading perilously near
to Puerto Pilon. causing alarm
among the residents of that
area.
A spokesman for the In International
ternational International Monetary Fund haa
reportedly counseled President
de la Guardia against the sale
of the Banco Nacional and the
Savings Bank to private in interests.
terests. interests. Dr. Luis E. Lasso argued a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the sale as proposed by
U.S; planning expert Dr. Alvin
Mayne, when consulted by the
President on the matter.
Lasso's opinion is that the
sale of the Banco Nacional is
not the solution to Panama's
problems.
! STOCKING UP-Latest thing
I in fashions for little and sub sub-iteen
iteen sub-iteen girls are these long, long
stockings. Patterned after leo.
! tarda, they are made of stretch
I nylon and need no garters.
AS THEY SIE IT
NEWARK, N. J. (UPI) The
Essex County Democratic organ organization
ization organization today took a ca'ndid view
of the practice of posting picures
and camDaien literature on utility
poles.
It cauea sucn material "an eye eye-lore
lore eye-lore to the community."
Testifying before the subcommit
teee in June shortly after he ac accompanied
companied accompanied the Vice President on
his riot-marked trip, the Assist Assistant
ant Assistant Secretary in charge of Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American affairs said:
"I do not believe (the demon demonstrations)
strations) demonstrations) were inspired by any
widespread anti-Americanism,
think there were genuince prob
lems and grievances held agains;
the' United States which the Com Communist
munist Communist were able to exploit. ."
Rubottom insisted Latin Ameri

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VICTIMS of an auto Accident on Madden Road early today lay on road shoulder and are
tended by doctors before bein taker, to Gorg as Hospital. Some of the ten Panamanians rid riding
ing riding to work in a station wagon which crashed into a tree suffered broken necks and broken
backs. The others had many broken limbs a nd other injuries.

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'Ancori Sjarhjp
Due S0Urday
Stamp collectors who wish
first day cancellations of the
new four-cent ordinary stamp
to be issued this week by the
Canal Zone Postal Service wre
reminded today that they have
only the remainder of this week
',0 get their orders in to the
postmaster at Balboa.
The new four-cent stamp will
go on sale Saturday at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Post office and on Tuesday,
September 2, at all other Canal
Zone post offices.
Philatelists wishing the
first day covers should send
addressed envelopes to the
Postmaster at Balboa with
mnnev order remittances to
cover the cost of the stamps
to be affixed before the end
of the week. Postage stamps
and personal checks will not
be accepted as payment.
Envelopes should be of or ordinary
dinary ordinary letter size and each
must be properly addressed. An
enclosure of medium weight
should be placed In each en envelope
velope envelope and the flap either seal sealed
ed sealed or turned in.
Each cover should be mark marked
ed marked in the upper right hand cor corner
ner corner by pencil to show the num number
ber number and denomination of the
stamps to be affixed.
Requests for mint stamps
should not be sent with orders
for first-day covers but should
be made separately.
The new four cent stamp
shows the SS Ancon at sea,
with the sky and ocean as
background. The stamps will be
bluish-green in color.
Potter's First
Coco Solo Meeting
Set For Tomorrow
Gov. W. E. Potter's first pub public
lic public meeting with Civic Council
officers in the new Coco Solo
community will be held tomor
row night.
The meeting with the offi officers
cers officers of U.S. citizen councils Is
slated to begin at 7:30 p.m. in
the Breakers Club.

Group For Aitaiks On N'xori

ca is basically friendly to the II
nited States, to deteriorate more
ip the future.
The Assistant Secretary admit admitted
ted admitted the State. Department was un unprepared
prepared unprepared for the violence of the
attacks on the Vice President. He
said:
"There was nothing in- the pas.
history of our relations with Lat Latin
in Latin America or in the past histo
ry of treatment acrorded visitor,
to lead anybody to expect vio
lepce not was there any reason

jTourne.au

iatun As PC
Two directors of the Panama
Canal Company, a group ox fa-
nama Canal personnel headed by
Gov. W. E. Potter, R. G. Lei Our
neau, manufacturer 01 neavy e-
quipment, ana several memDers
Ot the LeTourneau organization
watched a demonstration y ester
day at Gatun Locks of the two
new LeTourneau towing aevices.
The two machines woro used
to tew two medium sized
freighters oach Of which nor normally
mally normally requires six towing loco locomotives
motives locomotives the tsngth of tho spe special
cial special track sot up for the
Taurneau towing locomotives.
The ships were the Ciudaci A".
Meoeliia' and the Brazilian Reef
er. The two Port Captains and a
number of pilots were aboard the
ships during the demonstration
while others in the party watch watched
ed watched from the lock walls.
The operation of tne machines
was reported to be quite satisfae
tory, from a technical aspect.
Today a conference was held
in the board room of the Ad Administration
ministration Administration Building at Balboa
Heights to discuss the possibili
ty of further improvements in
the fWO experimental modeis
which were delivered hare ta:t
Christmas Eva and have bean
undergoing totting sinoe that
tima.
The two members of the Pana
ma Canal Company's board of
directors who watched the tests
irt, Charles S. Reed and Mai.
Gen. J. L. Schley. They arrived
by plane from the States over
the week end.
Included in the Panama Canal
group were Potter; Lt. Gov. John
D. McElheny; Capt. Warner
Nursery School
Registration Now
At Ft. Amador
Registration for the Amador
Nursery School will be held at
the school on tomorrow, from
9:00 to 11:00 a.m. and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Children of ages three to five
yearg residing in Amador, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, Ancon, Balboa Heights and
Quarry Heights will be eligible
for enrollment.
The regular school term will
beam, Wednesday. Sept. '3.
to believe that, even 1( th th-were
were th-were people with that intent, the
host countries would not take the
necessary steps to provide
physical security and prevent the
demonstrations from erupting in
to something more serious."
Rubottom said he did not le
lieve the Communists are a sutfi
cient threat to take over any

Brass Looks On
iRodimon, Marine Director; Lt. O,
R. Duncan Blown, Engineering
and Construction Director; Caoi.
Chrles is. hutchings, Cristobal
port captain; and Capt. James
Flenniken, baiDoa port captain.
In the Letourneau group wen
aaiA puB Maudau siu neaujnoiaq
president of the LeTourneau Com
pany.K. L. Lelourneau, L. I
Peterson, James Chandler, Vic
Forsythe, George Bane, Rober
Geerdes, C. R. Faulkner ain
Robert Bird.
Plane Damaged
Off San Bias Point
A U.S. Army plane was dam damaged
aged damaged at Pico Feo yesterday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon when the right land landing
ing landing gear struck a sea-retaining
wall as the aircraft was land landing
ing landing with supplies for personnel
engaged in survey work there.
Pico Feo Is a small island off
San Bias Point.
The plane, assigned' to the
937th Engineer Company (AVN)
Morgraphic (IAGS) was pilot piloted
ed piloted by 1st Lt. Daniel L. Knotts.
1st Lt. Joel R. Steine was co copilot.
pilot. copilot. Also aboard were Sp4 Eu
gene Dahlman and Pfc. Robert
McGinnls, both of the 551st
Survey Platoon.
No injuries were sustained by
any of the personnel.
An accident-investl g a 1 1 0 n
board left this morning by hell hell-copter
copter hell-copter for Pico Feo.
Student Federation
Protests Ouster
Of 3 At Santiago
A minor student crisis loom
ed today as a delegation of
three members of the Students
Federation was en route to
Santiago, Veraguas, to inves investigate
tigate investigate the expulsion of three
students from the Juan Demos-
tenes Arosemena Normal School.
The three students were ex
pelled by Prof. Berta Arango,
the school's principal, for alj
legedly writing an article wnicn
was critical of her and posting
it on the school s bulletin board
Yesterday students here de demanded
manded demanded that Education Minis Minister
ter Minister Carlos Sucre revoke the ex-
aulsion order. Fucre Is said to
have declared that he will study
each expulsion separately be before
fore before taking any action, Inas Inasmuch
much Inasmuch as the ministry had not
yet been officially notified of
the students' expulsion.
The Panama delegation which
should have arlved in Santiago
this morning plans to hold
meetings with student leaders
and the three exnelled students
Ut Santiago.

Station

Crashes Into Tree
After Blowout

Ten Panamanians were

early today when the station wagon in which they were
travelling to work left Madden road and crashed into a
tree.

The accident occurred

The station wagon was travelling towards Pedro Miguel
on a sliaht curve when the left front tire Hew nut

The driver Egbert Charles, 47, lost control and the

station wagon swerved across the road onto the left

shoulder, where it lurched along for 131 feet.
It then jumped a concrete culvert and smashed
heard-on into a tree at a speed which was estimated af
35 moh.
The passengers, including one woman were flung ta,
the front of the wagon, the weight of their bodies smash-1
ing the !ilffflffi dashboard. All the seats were rip ripped
ped ripped f roiilftftenWff by the impact and flung forward also.

The station wagon, a 1952 Pon Pon-tiac.
tiac. Pon-tiac. is a complete wreck.
When the tire blew ou.i, it ws
travelling in a line of cars, but
the crash.
Other motorists who
saw rthe
crash stopped and extricated the
victims. One motorist rushed to
phone Balboa Police Station.
Three doctors sped to tho scene
from Gorqas Hospital. They were
Drs. M. Hayes, J. Herrold, and
H. P. Adolph who gave first aid
and administarad drugs to tho
victims who lay moaning, many
in graat pain, on tho road should shoulder.
er. shoulder. They were then taken to Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hopital in four ambulances
and all 10 were admitted. They are
all residents of Colon.
Most badly injured was the wo-
man, Lucia E. Parker, 41 who
unrtc at RalKn, Pnmmiccoru ch
received a compound, fracture to;
both legs and a broken back.
Other vietim were: Conrad Bur
nett, 38, reproduction plant, Coro Corozal,
zal, Corozal, who has a hip injury: George
E. Waight, 40, Corozal Chauffeur,
broken back and possible fractur fractured
ed fractured skull; George B. Erskine, 45,
Consolidated Electric Co. employe
fractured right ankle and possible
fractured left scapula;
Clement G. Knight 39, Consolidat
ed Electric Co
possible broken neck; Gladstone
McLean, 41, Corozal Engineers
Dept.; fractured right hometoras
and possible abdominal injury;
Egbert Charles, 47, Corozal En-
Formosa Situation
Causes British,
US Military Shifts
TAIPEI. Formosa. Aug. 26
tUPIl The. commander of the
U.S. 13th Air Force arrived here
todav for military talk'. md
there were reports the United
States mkrht 1 increase its air
and sea nower around Formosa.
Two o' ei"ht units of the u.
R. 7th Fleet which took i.fton
marines t0 Slntynnnre for shore
'eave left, the British nort en
riM'tp t" OkirtnTOp In ron"ct)nn
with romr"imlt. yHvltv a a-round
round a-round the ouemo" riars.
Communist artillerv h 0 m m-vio(tpri
vio(tpri m-vio(tpri the Ouejno-w Islands or
tbe fourth pnncutl" dav. Mi Mi-HvnUt,
HvnUt, Mi-HvnUt, n'ftripis o'Hrted "1 "1-non
non "1-non vnurrls wrp ftro ot-urd?"
qOr! rr V10 filnn"5!.
A Tendon r"'not''h r'rt r'rt-air
air r'rt-air upnrllnfr tivo ir'"",f
nof-rlflrs 0 i-plnoree 's FI
poetprn iet t"t a" Hrn,i-if"
rwl'-wan upM th- w n c
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tt Tin-n (Formosa) Defense
Command.

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Wagon
injured some seriously
at aoDroximatelv 6:15 a.m.
gineers Dept.. lacerations nf th
face and-fractured left leg;
iviornmer hcantlebury, 31, Locks
fission, possible chest injury; Cy Cy-Ml
Ml Cy-Ml A. Francis, 34, Post Engineer
Corozal, severe lacerations and
possible head injury ; and Reginald
Gale, Consolidated Electric unspe unspecified
cified unspecified injuries.
Snark Leapfrogs
Daisy Toward Spot
OK Ascension Isle
CAPE CANAVEPAL, Fla, Aug.
26.UPIO Ah intercontinental
Snark hurdled hurricane Daisy anfl
""wnrange eany moay m m
nractice mission for hfi First Ale
F'orce squadron which will emplar
1 ,, .,. , jm
ii inr uigm was successful tne
swept-winp missile flew over th
dropped a dummy nose cone on 4'
-,-iuiic-aii-iiuur wiihis OI uaisy 3n
predetermined impact area 5.50O
miles away in the South Atlantic.
The Snark, designed to 'carr 'carr-a
a 'carr-a hydrogen wardhated. swept off
its launching pad at 10:20 last niffh
riropning its flaming booster rek
ptc fivo Mi,nnde Kfar Tt .. A..-.

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chest injury andlto arrivp ovpr thp ..t,,?

oatch of water near Ascension is island
land island six hours Iter.
The missile men who fired the
weapon were members o' the Str
tegic Air Command's 55th Strate
gic Missile Squadron.
Commander by Col Richard W.
Beck 0? New York, the squadron
will he stationed at Presque Isie.
Maine.
The Snark is now considered ope operational.
rational. operational. Nearly 60 of the slender
missiles, which fly within the
earth's atmosphere at less than
the speed of sound, have been far fared
ed fared from the cape.-
Because it flies at sub son-a
speeds, 'he Snark is not consider considered
ed considered as effective a weapon as a bal ballistic
listic ballistic missile like the Atlas. The
Atlas recently flew 2.500 miles ?"d
its makers he,iove it will go the
ful 5,500 mile intercontinental
ranee, hut it rp'ist imHerno further
t"sting before it is declred opera operational.
tional. operational. Pope May Soon
Nam Archbishop
For Chicooo Area
WASHINGTON (UPI) Pope
Pius XII is expected to announce
soon perhaps tomorrow the
appointment of a successor to the
late Samuel Cardinal StrljplB
Ctio';'" Hrchivshop of Chiewjv
Cardinal Stritch died In Rome
la t May 27 following a stroke
w hi c h left him partially para
lyzcd.
The Chicago archdiocese, with
i more than 1,982.000 Catholics, is
j the largest in the United States.
Catholic circles have been spec speculating
ulating speculating for weeks about possible
I appointees,
Prominently mentioned in this
speculation are Archbishops Pat Patrick
rick Patrick O'Boyle. 62, nf Wa hing
ton. P. ('.; Leo Binx, 57 of Dubu Dubu-nue,
nue, Dubu-nue, la.: Albert. Gregory Meyaf,
55, of Milwaukee, Wis., and Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Elmer RItter, 67, of It
Louis.

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THE MAIL BOX
..' DEPUTIES AND DEEDS
Sir:-
This morning I heard an announcer over the Radio Programas
Contmhen0s.nagthat only three deput out of al, those we have
in the AfsemDty are working lor the renelit of the country. inis tea
me to mine in my mind just what the deput.es have done during
the last few years for the country and its citizens who pay taxes
t0 PTheSVtSkgethe deputies have done that I can remember are:
First theyawrwed treaty which was contrary to what we were
5d wK b? the results of the negotiations. This left the unions
iSlSht on the hands to salvage the best they could with a
lot of opposition from many sources in our government
The only good thing for the workers is in the CivJ I S. v ce Re Re-Hrpmpnt
Hrpmpnt Re-Hrpmpnt This benefit was approved by the U.S. negotiators as
S Sey would seek. The real fight for r.tiremen was
waged in the House of Representatives by the unions and the Canal
Zone Adrninistrat.on. The negotiator did not do hardly anything to
SeCUThe ecKhing the deputies did was condemn Ramon Guiza Guiza-Hn
Hn Guiza-Hn rnlv to have the jurv overrule them and thereby suggest to the
country that the deputies acted- politically but never with a true
sense It mponsibUity to the citizens who voted to put them in of-
iCe The third thing they did was overlook the needs of the com-
Uh money or conscience to vol. a one percent increase tor the
Joor hungry workers in the Republic. No wonder ..obody wants to
One "question while 1 am at it. What is our government
think-in of when the Foreign Office sends up a bunch of Doctors of
Laws and Doctor of Flaws to the United Nations ;. ptyin, them : fan fan-tasU
tasU fan-tasU salarieTand expenses just to have a good time, while the un unit
it unit r, Lment in the countrv is on the increase, the cost of living s
iSta?5 W & our schools are inadequate, and everything is
in 'At", never heard anv of our delegates to the UN doing any anything
thing anything toVhelpeoutThe world situation. On the con ran vjj mo
we hew and the more we see only indicate that jJJ
nation is in a hell of a mess, and or this mess I believe our gov
eminent should only send up one delegate to the UN each year
Is .his what Malcolm is trying to he talk
:,out an independent union working throudi iPwg Hi moves
um and smell like pure nolitics, nd if that is what he is alter
11 r( ami much v salary to the government to
.th?n he can contribute his 75", excess salary 10 in k
p,v the UN delegates' expenses, but leave us out of it. W do mucn
jmuch bett. with our unions. Vnimht
j LOUD HI-FI SETS NEIGHBORS A-JITTETl
' Can one of your home relations columnists tel, u, what do do?
We have a plwsant neighbor, across the street. We enjoy menu
p3 ctats. 5bf ,te not Mto&mJSZ l-w- wiMi. fidPUty set
Yet every evening and all diW, Irfeonr auarters in
pumps soprano arias and hrassjf rfyWflHRes mW "r quarifrtt
foud volume. We can't get away from it ever, tc write a letter,
read or even listen in peace to our own radUr n(rhao, ess
Our reighborhood is no more noisy that mo Papa t.
Does do bark, children sometimes scream, cats raise their voices,
in! certain couplea wrangle loudly In the night. Now and again,
SOmButf afl S'thA-'Sttormittent: only this one high high-fi
fi high-fi 2S. Otherneighbor, h a v hi-fi's too, but they manage to
kreD them at a level to enioy within their own homes.
This one music-lover, without knowing it, is making a captive t
dience of all of us. She has some wonderful records: sometimes
we enjoy one or two. But enough is too much. An over dose of some some-v
v some-v ic,'. tastp heeomes a meaninsless bray.
yWhat is the polHe ind neighborly thing to do' It seems to us
thatSrument is pllyed far more loudly than when its owner first
bU Mult we put up with it in silence indefinitely? Or is there some
courSus w.yPof letting this neighbor know she's setting our teeth
on ee? Llte ann Let Live.

SHOTGUNNED DOG
Sir:
In answer to "Well's" letter (Mail Box, Aug. 22) concerning the
tnimal. 3 Kobbe: We had a little black d?S that ; n husban my myself,
self, myself, and our two boys thought the world of. but on the night of An
iit ?i t eleven o'clock, someone shot and killed him here in u u-S
S u-S We lovKr -S and thought everyone else d d too because
he was wonderful with children and
ttTeauy br Sta r heart, now' to look at that emoty rug at night
I can unedrrstand that a person can get annoyed at a does b b-lng,
lng, b-lng, but why take a shotgun and k, 1 a poor dumb animal? They
could have token an old shoe and thrown it at him, or even a pan
of water, but did they have to use a shotgun?
Our two little boys are pretty broken up over the mi i of their
dog. The oldest one will hardjv eat anything at all JJJ0
Drav that the persons who did this terrible thing reads this article
and Vreal proud of himself. A person like that hoaWn altow altow-d
d altow-d to own a gun becue. maybe someday a child will annoy him
and who knows what will happen? . v t,..t
I know nothing I write will ever bring- our SJJJJf
"bne 'hing I do know is, if there is such a place as Doggie-Heaven,
V, P there for sure. Another Animal Lover.

" CREATURES OF KOBBE
8ir:-
After reading "Well's" letter on the animals of Ft Kobbe (Mail
Box Aug 22) 1 think T will add mv wo cents worth. Besides these
dots barking all the hours of the day and night, there also is snoth-e-
small Otsil that makes the lives of the people who do not have
riogs real pleasant that is. they all seem to think the other car
port Is just the place to leav their daily contribution
I for one am getting awful tired of cleaning ill) after other peo
pie's pets. The solution would be to make a house-to-house check
in his aa The dogs with no tags -should be taken awav and the
ones that have tags should be put under a closer supervision by the
owner If this does not help I sugeest all of the people that live in
this area start sticking up for their rights.
There.
MASTER HOUSING PLAN

1 wish to congratulate "R..1" 'Mail Box, Aug 19) on his time timely
ly timely letter cn the Master Housing Plan. I am a PanCanal emplove
with considerable service and no children left at home Mv wife
and 1 thank God for the privilege of heing oarents. and we wish the
best of luck to these young people struggling to raise their families
In a decent way.
' The Housing Division tnd PanCanal officials concerned have
shown something close to callousness in refusing to give These young
people decent quarters. It is Indeed true they are continuing to give
fine three bedroom apartments to children Couples, at tht same
time forcing young couples with five years service or less to raise
their babies and young children in those n-family slums in Gavilan.
Too many people are coming to think that PanCanal officials,
new and old, who can put pressure on the Housing Division are given
a large thiee or four bedroomcot tage to sut them up. How much
longer will the government in Washington permit this to continue?

AMERICAN

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Labor News
And
Comment

By VICTOR RIBHL
CINECITTA, IUly CharioU
drawn' by four matched stallions
whizzed by me and when the thun thundering
dering thundering was over it was Ben Uur
by a length. He came over 10
wnere we were shading by the ca cameras,
meras, cameras, but 1 had the impression
it was Charlton Heston. Tne cha chariot
riot chariot race was fixed, he said. Wa
laughed and star. eel out of the a a-rena
rena a-rena set, past 1,000 Italian ex ex-u
u ex-u vviio uere caeering tne race
as it was shot again.
We made for the sound stagt
where director Willie Wyler nd
Ben rim's mother, Marina Scott,
in the grimmest oi ancient Roman
uungeons. i'rouueer Sam Zimbalist
spending some $4,000,000 on tht
iiim in Italy alone, aad cno.en
his artisans well and tne prison
scene seni me iraumaUcahy out
of this make believe microcosm.
We were treauing nere in i.aiy'i
cinema city on tne very grouna
whicb Benno Mussolini uad uoped
to build into a movie town great greater
er greater than Hollywood. In fact he had
sent his son Bruno to taluornia io
study American methods. Cane
iae war. me "cinecitu," wim m
vast grounds anu sound stages, be became
came became a compound and oarracki
for f ascist troops. Then the XMazis
replaced them nere.
When the swastika soldiers re retreated,
treated, retreated, the new democratic Ita Italian
lian Italian government useo the area aa
a vast camp ior la.uOO Jewish ra ra-jugot...
jugot... ra-jugot... u .t was iruul in w.ttf'
tower over yonder that some of
them leaped to death even as full
freedom awaiiea beyond Uie gates.
Tney had not yet ueen all paced
in iienuly lands when Sam Zimoa Zimoa-list
list Zimoa-list began shooang "Qou Vaids"
here, borne 4,000 of tne refugees
watched and cneered the picture
sequences back in 1950.
Tht ugliness which blotched
the fact or numanny in the net
so distant days of II Duce and
ir ru..i. or k.imi to have goii
but thera is ugliness still. There
was tht moment when one of
Willie Wylor's units arranged
with the Libyan government for
the shooting ot dosert scones over
in North Atrica. Then .ho Nasser
iMO-Nazism pressured the Li Libyan
byan Libyan government into refusing
tno iAiro Goldwyn Mayor pi in inducing
ducing inducing unit the use of the de desert.
sert. desert. Thus Nasser was saying he want wanted
ed wanted no portayal of Christiandom'i
early days touching his Arabian
sands. And Nasser prevailed. So
the MGM unit flew to Israel and
the scene was played in the sands
of the Negev.
As we walked again across the

spurious pesert ot the huge iiivi Ap"Icnm rW :''m2i:f 7
lots we feard agahf therois: 25

the thousand Italian extras and
it was hear, warming to hear the
voice oi a free unrestricted artis artistry.
try. artistry. They are enthusiastic, these ex extras.
tras. extras. Uninhibited now as though
they were constantly yelling a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the days of the black shirt shirt-ed
ed shirt-ed squadistri which they hated. So
enthusiastic over their work with
the Americans are they that they
sometimes simply rewrite the
script by themselves.
The other day, director Wyler's
assistant, speaking thorugh ampli amplified
fied amplified walkie-talkies, told the extras
to start their cheering after Ben
Hur wins the race and goes '0
Pontius Pilate for his laurel
wreaths. But the extras just could couldn't
n't couldn't stand still. They broke ranks.
They carried Ben Hur on their
shoulders. Six of the extras got in into
to into the white chariot with him and
rode off although the script cal called
led called for Charlton Heston to make
it majestically by himself. Wyler
let the big stay as the extras did
it. You'll see it.
And well may the extras cheer,
about a third of the film co,
$13,000,000 is being poured into
u.
r;. ta MVr: 7"".
eluding whole villages near Rome
T 3," r.
There are jobs for the Italian shoe shoemakers
makers shoemakers who have gotten up 3,400
pairs of shoes for the cast, and
more coming. Seamstresses and
dye workers have made good mo money
ney money turning out 3,000 red mantles
for Roman soldiers.
Craftsmen have been turning
out mere than 3,000 swords,
400 shields and 3,000 spears and
ever 5,500 pieces ( "jewelry."
Famed Italin leather workers
have equipped the cast with 2, 2,-000
000 2,-000 leather belts and Italy new
has some now horaehoers. Theio
weren't any around. The horses
cam from Yugoslavia. Thoro
art scores of stcrottrlos, chauf chauf-feus
feus chauf-feus and sinet an army rolls
on its sttmtch waittrs and
cooks.
They're making more than a good
movie on this lot. Sam Zimbalist
and his directors, actors and Ame American
rican American cowboys and animal train trainers
ers trainers are making a lot of good
friends for the U. S.
And judging from what I'ye
seen, we sure need them.

A
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NEW

A BIT OF LEEWAY: Studios
turning down the lorthcouunc
Story of reler iownsena. ioo
dangerous. ..Wonuer it my friend,
j Count Philipe Schell, knows tua
!Liz' rich sister in Florida isn't
happy?. I'm still wondering a
'l.....t M-.tkn rnl,lA Ih. Kl,n,l
uuut AMttljr ciiic, un IHWIU
suriet, who accompanied the Mi-n
of Iran ana his sister to Europe.
Everyone denies everything
she's sporting a cabachon eraer eraer-ald
ald eraer-ald tht size of an egg. ..Gila Hail
Sweden's loveliest, and my "dis "discovery,"
covery," "discovery," back in town to pun.,
cite "The Gun Kunner' was not
at 1 Morocco with Barry Sut
van. Her next, picture that is, is
"Wolf Larson" and 1 hear sue
great. And 1 xnmv she's beautiful.
It's how the m rollas :Mimi
Apalaehin clammers had b e t u
selves accused of being Commies
instead of gangsters and the i
they'd be out on bail. But pron pronto!.
to!. pronto!. Eva Gabor told the pho
togs that she and Ben Gazzara
were going to get hitched but u.
shook his head, "No, no.". .
Mrs. Douglas MacArthur leaning
on her tall son, Arthur, to support
her broken ankle. .One Tex.
said to another: ''Alaska may
think its the biggest state in
union but just wait till the ice
melts."
I'm just a square from Union
Square: Tommy Leonetti made a
startling discovery. He's the on .,
Italian singer who hasn't record recorded
ed recorded "Volare."... Press agents ask
if I want another Bardot item
No. But here it is anyway! 1'ia
nist Claude Boiling, who's teach
ing her to water ski on the Rtv li
ra. .Looks like Latin Quarter's
Eddie Rismai has a sensation
show lined up for next week with
Corbel I Monica, who's one of the
most delightful comils I've ever
heard anywher .In answer to
ray query of "I wonder wh
became of Madman Muntz," a
reader writes that he's in tl
real esa'e business in New York
ana uwni seveiat nu
and owns several hotels includu
the.erly. So O.K. ,Gogi one
of the all time great nosts. r
turns to New York at the Pierre
Cotillion Room. .Jackie Hanno
the comic, says Hollywood is a
olace where boys don't run aw;
from home until after they're
married.
The Mortimerry-Go-Round: M'l
ton Berle. who toos 'em all, is o o-pening
pening o-pening his last cafe appearari
of the year SituHav at' Skinny
D'Amator's 500 Club in Atlani
City, and it's a seitou for the en entire
tire entire run. And even after. .
swer to those who. want to know
what became of elegant Leonu
MacBain, the impeccable publi publicist,
cist, publicist, who sang the praises o
Morocco, the Stork and the old
Monte Carlo and Versailles for
many years. He went bucolic and
is now doing ditto for the famous
old Bernards Inn, In Bernards
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''Well?"
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YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

ville, N. J., where Ilickey Fran
ClOSe, Out Umc iijj.iAtt Chdll'f,
now entertains old line toua...
. KBtve.il wou uau in town is
Lorry feters, the singing 1 1
wim the liieun uiuter or, which
opens uuder Kay Mcaomey uu c
tion ai me ,,utuui atarugiu
itoof next week. Tneir u....
bong Simula u "x.u.ry, Lorry,
AAaMetujan,". .Harry juuiswu
his hands lull tast ec w.tv..
dtutuiy uodgers, wuo was Stat
to' appear at uitMuti a .uen Hoc,
lost ins lather, but the last ...
ute repiateinc..,, ....name Al Mar Mar-tino,
tino, Mar-tino, who was rushed aown
Long ioii,J o ..s. ..ouse, scored
so big, be got a dozen ouc-ta c...
oi ii, aau it .in sua snow busi business
ness business no longer generates ina.c.
. .VVlln uic uSia OUt Oi bill
place, lue k ..n.eis arc slut!
with this one: "xhe Dougcss
found a new home all hguij' I.
tht celiai.
A toast to a great guy: Ovcr Ovcr-lookeu
lookeu Ovcr-lookeu in tne siot.es aoout the
10m anniversary ot uie itpuMj
of Jvotca I,. a ut. a. C iang,
tue A.oreaii Ainoassauor ui ..
ingtou, u. i.,ose most in in-Siiuuieiiiai
Siiuuieiiiai in-Siiuuieiiiai lu Aeep.ug me tu... tJ
iree. laitg, a ucwdiioeu anti anti-coinmutiist,
coinmutiist, anti-coinmutiist, is bateu oy tue .......
and lilea' uoute uutue toiiowers
ueeause Ot tits tOtuittk,.t ...
on tnem. iang is a tiueiu anu en en-tertaimng
tertaimng en-tertaimng speaxer wno iiiaco .
point., i...,. ..c a tet.uiij vtaa
Die to Korea oecuase ne "uiui,."
American tiu can set his mes message
sage message across in tne Amettci...
diom. itiuugii buttt ut tvorea, ne
was taken to Hawaii as au j....
and laiseu as .tuitatckn buy,
studying in mainiauu coueges
internmg a a uoetor in t'few
im,., uetoie returning to Atti..
lu to practice as a sutgeon where
ne gaineu much prominence, t...
loveiy wtie .uuj, wao doesn't
Ukt io be called "Madame .r
native uoiu rtuiericau citizen as
are their children. Yvn.t t...
world needs ute a tew more uip uip-lomats
lomats uip-lomats like "Doc" Yang.
Thanks for the memories. Merle
Oberon auu oiuuu t-aguai still
denying the rumors auu Uo..
they're toappuy tveu. .American
'ineaue Wing s Mike Sneau c
Shea bomoai'uuig t a smug ion with
mi plea to be allowed to u...
jewtou ptttot tueta ui me I'hanks
giving snow ne s going tor
GIs stationed in baudi Arabia.
. .Joan Tabor queiched a no'.y no'.y-woou
woou no'.y-woou wou wim tins beau :
"When you umsh your no.,.,
work, sonny, aim ine tour cents
if paid on your library car.
then give me a call.'. . .Trend
ot week-end restaurant shuttering,,
in Gotham seems to be revers reversing.
ing. reversing. Joe Berger, of McCau.
Steak House at Minor Square,
is going to begin orjeratiu
en days weekly agaiu on Aug. 30.
ror years, mioiown Manhattan j
least on the East Side) has look looked
ed looked like a deserted village.
When Wynne Miller, the Colorado
cutie who plays Daisy Mae
"LI'l Abner," planed out for Ve Vegas
gas Vegas last week to join the nat:
al company at the Riviera Hotel,
she was body-guarded to the av
port by a Federal copper. When
the tour ends in June he'll buu;
guard her lo 'tar.
I'll take Maihia, i an ($24 is fair
enough); Though singer E i 1 e e
Barton's business affairs are still
handled by Wynn "Brownie" Ui
ner, they deny they'll .remarry.
. .Joe E. Lewis complaining n
the Indiana Grand Jury Investi Investigating
gating Investigating big gambling' prac ic
ruined his reputation. "All the
measly $1,000 bettors were inv.
ed to testify." he wailed, "and
me, the biggest splurger of the
all, completely ignored.". .Har
vey Rosen will give' up the "I
man" title he won as Secreatry
o the Fire Department when
become? a "Si.t'-!-" next month
at his EI Borracho Kiss R
Has the most novel cocktail rar rar-tv
tv rar-tv ever conceived. Client w'll
limited lo bachelors rated at HO

less than a million. They'll be in-

trouueeu to Uie xinu oi gals mil
mmaires like to marry. On i.n .
will be clergymen ol various de
nominations, a doctor to g..
blood tests and a supreme Court
justice to authorize mair.dge mair.dge-and
and mair.dge-and it you uon i believe this,
jou re wrong because iiarvej
one guy wou can accomplish the
.mpossiole... George DeWiu spen ..
his evenings at nis most enjoya enjoya-u.c
u.c enjoya-u.c noojy, telling mouei tit-.,
Rohland about all the hearts he
broke in Europe.
Ine eternal question: Why were
sue kers born if it weren't for
smart blondes to take them o o-ver?
ver? o-ver? SKATE TO VISIT DANES
COPENHAGEN (UPI) The
Danish admiralty said today
that the U.S. nuclear submarine
Skate, en route from its voyage
under the North Pole, was expect expected
ed expected to visit Copenhagen Aug. 28.
The Skate was due here following
calls at. the Norwegian ports of
Bergen and Oslo.
Ft aHlJTa

imRRr

WASHINGTON It won't be adver-! cretary o. Stale -confessed :hat
iiseu uuiaiu me t.uite aauoc uurjoe used the tecmatiuu o uauiui
yuu cau udaix up "uie a i,mKm the. Unitea S t es up to thj
..iiuuic iost opecv.ii ui iew luii brink ot war.
as a paruti acute .u .ut.u.toj iJuolishcr Luce, who was boru
iuagMZuie utpiomMty in Chiha of missionary parents
iv was insinreu uy Ambassador has also iseDt the AnVii i uiuJ

ileury caoot AAtue plus y,. o.
.IJ1I..A,I it.tt...... .
, i i v.u
wao eiuiet tnrouu nimsei. or
lus stau nas pAA ut .mpuA
uut pan in at least iwu pi.. i
viuus uigiuisuta ut Auientau tui-
it was litumet Hughes, brilliant
statier of Fortune, who cunceivea
lue's "1 Wlxl go 10 xvut&u saeecii

uunng the ibjtf eampaigii w.mn Speaker Sam Ray burn, who
leu to We rrestueuk etect oteju' still has a temper despite almost
piigiuuge auer ine ixovemoer j hall a century ol Congressional
election. btttling,. is an irate man these
It was CD. Jackson who con- uays. riis bald dome flusned vrim vrim-ceived
ceived vrim-ceived Uie Atoms ior.f eace speech son when he heard himself berat berat-ueiivereu
ueiivereu berat-ueiivereu ai tne uiuieu ivauouis ed by .orthnght Secretary of
in tne -ah ol 1953. j Labor Mitchell and other Reou
Jackson is a ueliever in fast blicans lor bottling np the Ken"
dramatic action. He was reared nedy-ives Labor Bill aimed at
on iuaiusuu Aveuile tetia.Htiej, I breaking up labor racketeering
acquire! in, -pari irom the Rayburn has geen dictaonal
auverasing agencies !wuicu nuni toward Democratic Corigressmen
the Time, and Fortune pu i who wanted to criticize Eisen
bncauons sucu goiu mines. hower ior landing troops in Le-
To 'deliver the Atoms-lor.Peace j banon. "This is no time for ert ert-speech
speech ert-speech Jadon got iiiseiinuvvei ticism," he grqwied. "Were ill
to end, abruptly t conference with Americans in this Near East cri cri-WainsMtt
WainsMtt cri-WainsMtt ChruuhiU ana tly'to New !." '
York' So when v Secretory of Labor

, ine uiu loitusu uuuuug, wuu
had dominated so many confeien
ces wiln Hooseveii, itumah ami
Stalin, dissolved in tears as EL
senhower ended the BermuJu
meeting and took the headlines
away lrom him with the Atons-lor-i'eace
speech.. Jackson even
had the speech mieographed on
the plane uying irom Uermuua
to New York.
At that time the dynamic
publisher o. Fortune was serving
as psychological warfare director
on the While House staff.
Shortly thereafter he went back
to New York, oflicialy because
Fortune wanted him back; in part,
however because Whited House
operations, were frustraing.
He was sent back to Washington
a few weeks ago by his chief
Harry Luce, to try to breathe
new lifr into the Administration's
bogged-down policy in the Near
East. .
SPEEDY LETTERn WRITER
J ackson's presence in the White
House recently is one reason why
Khrushchev's notes have been
answered with more speed.
Last winter, weeks passed be be-for
for be-for Ike and Dulles -tot around
I to answering the "peace epistles'
of Bulgamn and Khrushchev,
In December, one month and
a week passed before Ike replied.
In fact Bulganin had written nun
two letters before Elsenhower got
rood to answering the first h
It caused comment that Mos.
cow had hired a smarter Madi Madison
son Madison Avenue public relations ex
pert than the B..H.D. .firm. It
also brought public admission
from Eisenhower at a press con.
ference that perhaps he needed a
good psychological adviser. From
this C. D. Jackson's return to
Washington eventually followed
Last week Jackson seized John
Foster Dulles' agbsence in Brazil
a few days earlier, as the mo
ment to resell Dulles hard sell
to Ike regarding the UN Assembly
meeting.
Dinles had made it clear at a
press conference, that either he
or Ike was going to tear the
snirt on Kussian foreign policy
when the UN delegates assemble.
But vith Dulles in Brazil. Ikw
told his own press conference
jusi tne opposite. c.D. Jackson,
reinforced by certain State De Department
partment Department advisers, had convinced
the President that the time had
come to make American foreig

poncy looK lorwarfl, not back ixoaay from tne Middle East a a-ward.
ward. a-ward. I board the S. S. Messapia. Tht
Note: Time, Life and Fortune group, which left Amman recent recent-magazines
magazines recent-magazines have played a pari in ly, Was welcomed by U. S. Naples
shaping Eisenhower's foreign po- vice-consul Richard Blalock be ore
hcies in other areas. it boarded a chartered bus for
It was Life's editors who per-f Rome. The group included the
suaded Dulles to let them thos families of 14 International Coop,
write and oublish the "brinkman eration Administration officiaJi
ship Interview in which the Se- who remained in Jordan.

Soon... but VERY SOON
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PANAMERICAN INVESTMENT CO, INC.
NOTICE OF 1 3th ANNUAL MEETING
OF STOCKHOLDERS
Notice Is hereby given that the 13th Annual Meeting of
the Stockholders of Panamerican Investment Ce Inc. a
corporation of the Republic of Panama, w"l be held on
the 22nd (Monday) of September. 195 at The Piedmont
Driving Club, 1215 Piedmont Avenue, N.F. Atlenta
The Stockholders Meetinir will be held immerJistely fol following
lowing following the dinner and will he held for the purpose of:
1. Confirming the election of the officers of the corpora corporation
tion corporation for the past year.
2. Examination nf the Corporation's htn phm trr
the, past year and, if found to be In order, approve'
thereof.
3. To receive and consider a report of tre tts of the
Directors, Orficers and Marrwmt, of te Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation durlnt the past year and. If found to be in order
to approve such acts.
4. To enact an. amendment to th -twt of the Cor Cor-.
. Cor-. poratlon to increase to seven (7) the number of Di-
rftoe ot PVv Oo'nr'o",
5. rv'--r, ct TPctQrs for th, following teM year of
the Corporation.

o To consider and act upon
properly be brought before

'Washington

uo round
feet to tue rir to smon Chiant
V.. -k..4. ...
xAMJ-sncA iiu ujj titit ttea cniUtf
Finaily; Mrs. Luce became thai
first American wouiai, in uiM.,i f
to serve as Amoa.sador to a ma-
joj European government liaur
She acquhted herself well.
BELLICOSE Mr. SAM
mtteiicu accused itauurii 01 UO
tling up the Labor Bill ior
"loity days and forty nights' by
keeping n on his desk, Mr. bum
hit the ceiling.
"That isn't true," he exploded.
"It didn't refer the bill right a a-way
way a-way to ehe Education and Lain r
Committee because T wanted int
committee to complete action on
the pension and welfare legislation.
If the committee had to consider
both measures at the same time,
neither would have been repor.ed
"As it is, the Pension bill has
now been voted on and we'll
still find a way to get a vote
on the Kennedy-Ive bill;"
Another important backstage
factor in bringing action on uie
Kennedy .Ives Labor reform bill
was some quiet conferences bet between
ween between Bayburn and three dey De Democratic
mocratic Democratic Congressmen They are:
1. Congressman Clair Engle ot
California, now .running for t tht
Senate against Gov. Goodwill
Knight in a campaign where
labor reform la a big issue.
.Congressman Stuart Udall of
Arizona, whose friend. Gov. Er Ernest
nest Ernest McFarland of Arizona, is
running for the Senate against
Sen. Barry Gold water, Repu Republican.
blican. Republican.
3. Congressman George Mcttftv.
em of South Dakota, who is run
ning for the Senate against Sen.
Karl Mundt, Republican.-
All of these are in difficult,
Uphill races where the rahor it
sue is extremely important.
Gold water has made Walter Reu Reu-ther
ther Reu-ther his chief campaign issue,
and though strangely absent when
Teamster Boss Jimmy Hoffa, a
Republican, wat cross-examined,
Godwater has claimed al alliance
liance alliance between the Democrats and
labor racketeers.
In South Dakota, Mundt also
is making this alleged alliance
one of his campaign issues;
while in California, Khowland,
running for governor, has claim claimed
ed claimed that if a Democrat is elect
ed, the Mafia will take Over tht
state.-,
So the three Democratil Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen went to see Sam Riy Riy-burn.
burn. Riy-burn.
"Boys" he promised, "I want
this hill brought out on tht
floor for a vote, and I'll keep
Congress in session until we get
that vote
AMERICANS ARRIVE
NAPLES, Italy (UPD-Fourtoen
i' American families arrived here
such other business at
the meeting.



It.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 195k

HE PANAMA AMERICAN Alt INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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PISTOL TRAINING Cadet John R. Petty (left) of Gaines Gaines-n.
n. Gaines-n. an ammunition clio from Dominador B. Bazan

of Colon, R.P., during preliminary 45 Caliber pistol training at the
annual t,ummer training camp at the West Poijrt (N.Y.) Military
Reservation. Petty, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus E. Petty,
of Gainesville, is a 1957 graduate of Gainesville High School. Baian,
20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jose D. Bazan of Colon, is a 195 graduate

of Cristobal High ssenooi. y.o. w

HOLLY

mm

by Erskine Johnson

Nf a Staff

' i r O

LONDON (NBA) Frayed cuff cuff-notes
notes cuff-notes from London, Pans and
Rome:
Tho rfnll in the TWA plane (Cat

next to. Frank Sinaera On his ;wp

4r. Mnnim via Home, was icu.

hiiMii nwtttv Furness. It was a Jet

nf romantic looks all the

onH a Hnllvwoodite. who

snould know, says Betty F. is the
gal who broke up his romance with

Lauren uacau. .ine giv"
iirvrfanoa! .f the aimlane to Hoi.y

wood's global movie making. Hoi Hoi-lywooditos
lywooditos Hoi-lywooditos have become almost

daily eommuiers m eouuy
WA's luxurty Jetstream Polar
planes. It's a giant airlift of stars,
crewmen, and equipment to the lar
cprners of the world Oscar is
sprouting wings.

IRROL FLYNN'S explanation
to a Pa4i pal Of what nappeael
to the $7,000,000 he earned as a

Hollywood ; war.
at flair for it old boy. "..Whales
In "Moby Dick" and now African
olephahts in "The Roots of Ilea
ven" for Director Jonn Huston.
But he prefers whales.

Ike s Vacation Hone At Newport

2 Minutes From Army Golf Course

of little Chinese children working
with Ingrid in "The Inn.". The
heart-to-heart talks British Euro

pean Airways' plots have w'.u
pean Airways' pilots have with
their passengers before taking otf.
"We hope to avoid," one of them
told us, "all those nasty bumpy
clouds.

I "Elenhanta:" he whtfed, swim

rivei c, cross deserts ana paly pwn-a-boo
in Junfle. Whales lust go
to sea." t exfectea to fiha Huston
wearing, a beret while working at
the Studio de Boulogne in Pans.
But thp raD he's worn for 35 yew

was still atop his head! And ake
it from Huston;
Te cap doesn't mean Ive ever

been a member ot tne ivum,
of that, von cah toe sure.

"John and Marsha," Stan "Ve.
berg's htfarious recording;
tag tho show at the "Craiy Horse,"
a Paris after-dark spot specializ specializing
ing specializing in sophisticated entertainment
"John" is a gray top hat and
"Marsha" is a fow .fur :i neckpfece
and they cavort on an otherwi-.
blciEd.ottt stage. It's racy-and
hilarious.
THE TEA TROLLIY that ar ar-rlv
rlv ar-rlv ..at 10 aim: add again at 3:30

tvm. on the set of "The Inn of

u Civth Hanniness." Film COm

panies in England always provide
tea twice a day for the entire cast

and crew in accordance witn wor
in contracts with various unions

Ingrid Bergman? She takes two
lumps of sugar, old bean.
Sounds for the travel book: The
veddy British and Cockney accents

Sights to remember: Hollywood

western wrangler Yakima canuu
wearing a beret while acting as
technical expert on the "Ben

Hur" chariot racing scenes in

Rome. .The difference Detween
auto and cab drivers in London,

Paris and Rome. In London traffic

flows straight and smoothly. In Pa Paris,
ris, Paris, auto s speed he Her skelter in

all directions, in Rome ah in

Rome traffic is a game of cm-

eken." Motorists and cab drivers

aim for one another in a wild "1

wanna be first" race. The chi

cken.hearted slam on "their braKes

at the last second.

Londoners are standing in line

to seeB rigitte Bardot in her latest

feature-length CiuamaScope strip
tease, "The Night That Heaven

Fell." It's a movie in which on

gitte clothes fall again.

So does the plot and life direc direc-tioh,
tioh, direc-tioh, unfortunately, but the Brigitte
scenery and the scenery of Spanin.
where it was filmed, have a great
competitive time of it. Irishman
Stephen Boyd, who plays BB's 'ov
er in the film, told me he had
to take a "rest, cure" during film,
ing of the picture.

WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi

dent and Mrs. Eisenhower plan to

fly to Newport, B.I., Tnursaay or
Friday fox "a little vacation" t
the fashionable Narraganaett Bay

resort, the White House saio yes-

ttrHay.

Press Secretary James c. tiag-

rtv said he had no idea hew long

they would stay. He said it would

depend on foreign ana aomesuc

developments.

The Eisenhowers vacauonea ai

historic Newport last year but

their visit was marred by a series

o urgent problems, particularly

the Little Rock, Ark., school into
(ration crisis.

The same situation coma arise

this year since attempts even now

are underway to keep Negro stu

dents from entering Central High
School when it opens early next

month. I
To keep in touch with similar
problems this year, the President
will have an office at the Newport
Naval Base headquarters on
Coaster's Harbor Island as he did

in 1957.

He and toe first lady will live
in quarters across the Harbor at
Fort Adams, about two minutes
from the golf course. The resi residence,
dence, residence, a large" white frame house
which has been empty for about a
month, was last occupied by Rear
Adm. Charles A. Lyman HI.
Last year, the Eisenhowers
lived at the base commandant's
ruarters at Coaster's Harbor 's
land during their month long
September vacation.
The President will use the 92-

foot White House Yacht "Barbara
Anne" to go back and forth across

the harbor between his residence
and office. He used the craft last

year to travel between the naval
base headquarters and the gulf

course.

Among other items of work the
President will have to attend to
during his vacation will be the

signing of bills passed by Con Congress
gress Congress just prior to adjournment on

Sunday morning.

Hagerty said Gov. H. Dennis

Robert of Rhode Island and ntw

port oificials had been advised

that the President would rather

not have a large welcoming re

ception this time like there was
in 1957. He wants his visit to be
informal, Hagerty said.
As a result, Hagerty said, there

wil be ony a smsl receotion
group at the Quonset Point Naval
Air Station when the presidential

plane, Columbine III, arrives after

a flight of about m hours trom

Washington.

Last year, the President and
Mrs. Eisenhower used the "Bar "Barbara
bara "Barbara Anne" to travel across the
bay from the air station to their
vacation site.
A helicopter shuttle also as
set up to speed the President from
tile naval base to the air station
for severa return trips to Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. On one of these trips, he flew
to the capital to make a nation nationwide
wide nationwide television address on the
Little Rock controversy the big
gest problem he faced last Sep

tember and possibly just as big a

one this year.
Rackets Committee
Opens New Hearings

Info Hoffa Activities

vw-i I caSC?T'sir rJf 1

Nine Walkouts Hit
Aulo's Big Three
lo Last Few Days
DETROIT (UPI) The Big
Three of the auto industry, try try-ins
ins try-ins to move into volume produc

tion oh 1959 models, were faced

with strikes at five plants today,

although' four other walkouts were
settled during the weekend.
The membership of United
Auto Workers Local 1250 ordered
a strike against three Ford plants
in Cleveland's suburban Brook
Park. The walkout, which idled
3,400 and threatened the recall of
4,200 other workers, was called
over toe firing of a union committeeman.

From his looks on the screen

the rest wasn't log enough.

MGM WAS LUCKY he recover
ed to present a more stalwart fi figure
gure figure as Messala in "Ben Hur,"
now shooting in Rome. Italian driv drivers
ers drivers of MGM's "Official" autns in
Rome, by the way, put the "Offi "Official"
cial" "Official" stamp on their horns in.
stead of on their windshields. Not
literally, but they start blowing
'em two slocks away from the

studio entrance to insure an open

gate and a cleared roadway. The
arrival of a script girl in an "Offi "Official"
cial" "Official" car at the Cinecitta Studio

sounds like an Eisenhower motorcade.

So now I'm due at the London

airport TWA says it will be non

stop tonight over the Pole. Lon London
don London to Los Angeles in just 19
hours wow! Theft's no place Ike

home and hamburgers.

Other walkouts were at the
Chicago Heights Ford plant where
1,500 were idled and at the Chrys-ler-DeSoto
plant in Detroit where
1,400 were out of work.

A strike at the Buick plant in
Flint, Mich, was settled Sunday

sna workers ordered back on
their jobs today.
three day walkout at the
Chrysler stamping plant at Twins Twins-burg,
burg, Twins-burg, Ohio, ended Saturday.
A strike of 105 workers at the
General Motors plant in Warren,
Ohio, was settled Saturday.
Agreement also was reached to
end a walkout at the GM body
plant in Mansfield, Ohio.

WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Sen

ate Rackets Committee opens new

hearings todav into the activ

ities of James R. Hoffa with testi

mony from one of the top aides Of

the controversial Teamsters union

The investigation is one ot two

maior inquiries which House-Sen

ate committees will Dursue despite

the adjournment of Congress. The
other calls for a new look at the

oners'ions of Bernard Goldfme,
the gift-giving friend of presiden

tial aide Sherman Adams.
The Rackets Committee sum summoned
moned summoned before it Harold J. Gib Gibbons,
bons, Gibbons, St. Paul, one of Hoffa 's
right hand men in the team teamsters
sters teamsters Central States Conference.
Gibbons was the first of a series
of witnesses who will appear as
the committee presses its investi investigation
gation investigation of Hoffa during the next
several months. After that, the
investigators will hear from
Hoffa himself.
Hoffa already has been on the

witness stand about half a dozen

times. But for the most part he

has sat silently in the committee

room listening to others testify.

The inquiry into Goldfine's tang

'd finances will get underwsy on

Sent. IB. The House Influence In

vestigating Subcommittee will look

into new cases involving federal
regulatory agencies and possible

attempts to influence them.

The subcommittee will open with
an inquiry into Goldfine's relations

with the Securities and Exchange
Commission. The Boston financier

already h as been cited for con

tempt by the House for refusing

to answer 22 questions about his
finances..
The hearings which led to the

uoiunne cuauon cappea a series
of investigations held by the 85th

Congress since it convened in Jan January,
uary, January, 1957. This year alone Con Congress
gress Congress provided its investigating
committees with nearly 4 million
dollars for their work.
They spent the bulk of it looking
into such matters as Sputniks and
the U.S. missile effort, the reces recession,
sion, recession, baseball, government se secrecy,
crecy, secrecy, political Wire pulling and
communist infiltration, as well as
labor rackettering and Goldfine.

Wife Of Missionary

Lost In Algeria

Hopes He's Prisoner
ALGIERS, Algeria (UPI)-Mrs.
T est' ;rt .Tr. said to;lay

she believed her missionary hus hus-hand
hand hus-hand mieht have been captured by

Algerian rebels and put to work
under guard in one of their field
hospitals.
Mrs. Griffith has been waiting at
home here with the youngest of
her three children praying for the
safe return of her 34-year-old hus husband
band husband who disappeared a week ago.
Griffith, son of Mrs. L. E. Grif Grif-fifth,
fifth, Grif-fifth, Cleveland, Ohio, vanished
last Monday while driving through
the Grand Kabylia hills to his

temporary Methodist mission post
at Les Quadhias, 70 miles east of
Algiers.
French troops found his station

waaon next5 day. It was Durnee

but had no traces of bullet holes

"We 'have been working in Al Algeria
geria Algeria since July, 1953," said Mrs.
Griffith, the former Janice Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, of -Mason, Ohio.
"This is the first incident we

have ever had. We have the two

older children, Valerie, 11, and
Forrest, 10, at summer camp.

Erie, 3, is here at home with me.
"Eric doesn't realize what's hap happened,
pened, happened, of course. It has been hard
pn Valerie and Forrest, but we all

are optimistic."
She said her theory was that

her husband, well known by

French and Moslems in the re

gion, waS captured by the rebels
and put to work in a field hospi hospital.
tal. hospital. s
"He is not trained as a doctor,
but he does know first aid," she
said.

State Of America's Defense
Looms As Hot Political Issue

WASHINGTON, Aug. 26 (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The state of America's defense

establishment its strengths and

weaknesses looms as a hot po political
litical political isue during the fall con

gressional campaign.
Democrats served notice during

the final days of the 858th session

that they questioned the adequa

cy of the defense program as vi visualised
sualised visualised by the administration
President Eisenhower, on the

other hand, has indicated voted

too much money for the aetense
establishment.
Congress passed a money bill
calling for $3,602, 827,000 for

defense spending in the current

fiscal year. This was 185,B3y uou
more, than the President sought,
and there was no certainty he
would allow it to be spent.
The increase above the presi

dential request reflected coigres-

sional efforts to block scheduler

cutbacks in military manpower

and to speed production of the
new Polaris misile-firing subma

rine and other nuclear-space aye

weapons.

" 1 1

vm

MB ltS

altitude

Even as Congress was prepar preparing
ing preparing to close up shop the admin administrator's
istrator's administrator's defense policies war
questioned and defended. A cri critical
tical critical speech by Sen. John F.
Kennedy (D-Mass.) candidate
for re-election this fall drew a

spirited defense from Republican
Sen. Leverett Saltonstall (MasO

More of the same wos to be.
expected with the list of con congressional
gressional congressional candidates includlog

such critics ot ueiense poncy as
Sens. Stuart Symington (D-Mo.)
another I960 "possible" and
Henry M. Jackson (D-Wash).

These were tne imporiam con

eressional accomplishments af

fecting the nation's security:

Pentagon Keorqanizarion. a
new law gives a clear grant of

concessional authority to the sec

retary to run the defense depari

ment. It gears the pentagon to
support a streamlined chain ol-

command.

Money. Congress provided more

than ever before in peacetime-

enough to head off cuts in grounu
forces planned by the administra administration:
tion: administration: enoueh to speed missile pro

grams and buy more strategic

bombers, tankers, troop carrier),

and missile-launching nuclear sud

had budgeted.
Allies. A new law faciliu.e
the exchange of nuclear know-how
and' nuclear materials with fr.
world allies. With the President's
strong support, a 3,300,000,000 for

eign aid appropriation was voUO
much of it to boster the defenv

of those allies.

Research. In erring up ci civilian
vilian civilian soac- agency, Congrats
reserved military space projects
for the Pntaw "mere thev
will be pressed by tho now ed
vance research projects agency.
A defense-slanted education bill
was approved to swell the flow
of young 1 scientists.

Careers. Pay increases werr

voted for privates and generals

alike, in line with admimstraiin'i

reouests and provision was in

eluded for premium pay to tech

nicians and specialists to cnecx

thoir exodus into private indus"

In a related field congress vot

ed to build e new reactor to

duce plutonium for nuclear wea-

n.-ns. 'mat retiecteo me conviv

t nn nf some in congress inai

military has not reuested enough

of that nuclear explosive to iw"
the need posed by small nuclear
weapons. r
Sparked bv the Senate. Con Congress
gress Congress also made it clear that it
does not wnt the Penon to stu

dy up on how and w' n to surrender.

Curtice Will Retire

Next Week As Head

Of General Motors

NEW YOKE (UPI)-Harlow H

Curtice will retire as president of
General Motors Corp. Sept, 1, ano
will be succeeded by John S. Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, now vice president and group
executive of GM's Body and As.

sembly Division.

Algerian Rebels'
New Terror Wave
Spreads To France

PARIS (UPI) A large f f-tm
tm f-tm tank at a Marseilles depot,

S atire early in the day when

Algerian nationalists mnp
m an; nf ftnsi ve of 1 errori si m

ftance Itself, .exploded Isst night

and made a holocaust ot me un

Police firet estimated that about
firemen were killed, but they
later radJiced the figure tentative
lv to about 10 or 12. No accurate

count was possible since no one
could Ret near the scene of the
explosion.

The explosion was heard for

miles. Flames nckea nunareus
feet into tile sky. Neighboring
teaks ware set afire. Survivw

firemen reeled back for another

attempt to contain tne names.
Nearby houss were vacated.
In terrorist action that began in

the early morning hours, Alger Algerian
ian Algerian nationalist leaders had

up police stations in Paris and
set fire to oil depots in the sou sou-of
of sou-of France in 16 separate inci incidents.
dents. incidents. Three big oil depots were set
afire by bombs. Four policemen
were killed in Paris. There was
an attempted sabotage of a cen central
tral central FraUce railroad line.
It was the worst day of Mos.
lem violence in France since The

start of the Algerian rebellion

lour years ago. The National Lib

eration r ront ( r un ) unaersToutiu, sparkplug ana mucK.

well artanized throughout France, served as executive president in

sent its shock troops out in force. 'charge of general staff activities

8tflaMs4

marines than the administration White House.

Ike Sign; 25,000
Pension Measure
For Ex-Presidents
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi
dent Eisenhower today signed in

to law a bill granting an annual
$25,000 pension and other federal
benefits to former Presidents
Herbert Hoover and Harry S.
Truman and all future ex-presidents.
The new law also authorised a
$l0,000-a-year pension to the wid widows
ows widows of exPresidents. Mrs. Frank Franklin
lin Franklin D Roosevelt and Mrs Woo3 Woo3-row
row Woo3-row Wilson would be eligible to re

ceive the ben'its.
The legislation was designed by
the now-adjourned 85th Congress
to guarantee the future financial

ruritv of all occupants of tne

SNAZZY The Air Force's new
uniform for summer formal
wear is shown being modeled
at the Air Force Academy w
Denver. It features a short,
mess-type jacket

Soon. . but VERY SOON

at

ZIG-ZAG

The long-waited SALE
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The change at the helm of the
world's largest manufacturing cor

poration was announced today
by the board of directors.

Also retiring on Sept. 1 is Al
bert Bradley, who has been chair
man of the board of GM sine
April 2, 1956.
He will be succeeded by Fred
eric G. Donner, vice president in

charge of the financial staff.

Donner also wul assume

Curtice's duties as chief executive
officer, while the new president.
Gordon, will become chief opera operations
tions operations officer.

Curtice has been president and

chief executive officer of Geenrai

Motors since Feb. 2, 1853 Curt ce.

85. has been a member of the

GM organization for more than 44

years during which he headed
two important divisions AG

and Kuick. i He aisi

Earl Warren Wanb
Legal System Change
To End Trial Delays

LOS ANGELES (UPI) Chief

Justice Earl Warren today called
for changes in the nation's legal
sysetm to end long delays in
court cases.
In speech prepared for de delivery
livery delivery at the opening of the 81st
annual convention of the Ameri American
can American Bar Assn., Warren said legal

logjams of cases In the nation's
courts are compromising people's
rights.
Citing the traditional slowness

of the judiciary to change, War Warren
ren Warren warned it is time for law-

ran and judges to streamline

the system of justice from within
before laymen are forced to do it
from without.

"I must report that interminable
and unjustifiable delays in our
courts are today compromising
the basic legal rights Of countless
thousands of Americans and, im

perceptibly corroding the very
foundation of constitutional

government in the United States,"

the former California governor

said.

Mobster's House

In NJ For Sale;

Tax Liens Looming

HACKENSACK, N. J. (UPI)-

A murderer's mansion goes on

the auction block today with pro

spective buyers dreaming of
hidden loot and tax agents ready
to slap liens on the new owner.

On sale is the $100,000 Fort Lee,

N. J., home of slain mobster

Anastasia. The white Spanish
style mansion, set high on toe
Palisades overlooking the Hudson
Rvier, will be sold at a Bergen
County sheriff's sale here.
A spokesman for the sheriff's
office said "plenty of people" be believe
lieve believe Anastasia may have con concealed
cealed concealed an illicit fortune some somewhere
where somewhere on the grounds before he

was shot to death last Oct. 29
in a New York barber shop.
"They call it beautiful, but I
wouldn't give five bucks for it,"

the sheriff's spokesman ,Mi(l.
"There are plenty of back taxes
against the house state and
federal and they'll be slapped

on the new owner."

I IB flta.M.,.

u MucaniUK iui

Jit vertical flight is one

of the VS. Air Force's deadliest
weapons the Boeing IM-99A
Bomarc. Now in production,
the guided missile is designed
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" Warren told 8,000 fudges and
lawyers that the jam of cases in

both federal and state courts is
mountainous.
"We believe that we have in
America the greatest system of
law and .justice ever envisioned,"
he said,
"But, surely that can be of but
little comfort as long as you and
I know that ur United States
district courts are saddled with a
backlog of 70,000 cases enough to
keep all district judges busy far
more than a year eyen if not
another case is filed."

Convict's Body
Found Slashed
In Utah Prison
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN,

Utah (UPI) The naKed and
viciously slashed body of an in

mate has been found in the attic
of the maximum security cell
block of Utah state prison.
Officers believed at least two
inmates were involved in the
slaying Sunday night of Leroy Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Verner, 20, Chicago who
was serving a sentence for grand
larceny.
Ray Haueter, personnel train-v
ing officer, said a knife believed
to be the murder weapon had
been found in a trash can in D

cell block. He said the home-made

knife, with a seven tech blade,

had been washed clean of finger fingerprints
prints fingerprints but that blood stains were
on the handle.
Verner's blood stained, clothes

were found Hear his body in the,

artic ot a ceil oiock.
Officers also had found the
blood stained clothes of Other
Inmates. Haueter said "there are
several suspects and we have
definite leads in the case and are

mining prosrc.

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RECEPTION FOB MEMBERS OF BERLINER BALLET
ToSlOMT AFTER OWM "PBRFORMAU
, Bernard ffeW, will be IW at a reception triftr at
residence is Lft Cresla for te members of the Berliner
BR after tbeii opening perforWiee at the Uunal
Theater.

Hunt-Dunning
WfiMIni Thirdly
The marriage af Miss Patneia
Dunning, daughter af Mr. a 0 0
Mrp. W. R. Dunning af Balboa
to Mr. John A. Hunt, son af Mrs.
Nellie Hunt af Balboa and the
late Mr. Michael J. Hunt will
take place or Thursday in the

Fort Amador Uhapei at y:ou p.m.
No invitations are being issued
but all friends of the couple and
their families are invited to at attend
tend attend the weeding and reception
which will be held after the cer ceremony
emony ceremony in the ballroom of the Ti Ti-voli
voli Ti-voli Guest House.

he will vacation for three month.
Mr. Illiei will alia visit Switzer Switzerland
land Switzerland and Austria.

Mr. arui Mrs. Leach

IVisitilHP in MirpenM
Mr. and Mr. Law lcfe aB
their twe children, Raymond and
Ann Marie, arrived by Plane rom
San Jose, California U visit Mrs,
Leech's parents, Mr, and Mrs.
1 1 a k a iifer of Margarita, Mr.

Leach is associated with A, 4 4-Ppters
Ppters 4-Ppters and Son Mechanical Cop-

tractors ot fcan jos

German Consul Leaves
For Europe
Mr. Hans J. lilies, German Con Consul
sul Consul in Colon, left with the Hsm-burg-Amerika
for Germany where

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Here) How To Make
Your Budget Work

NEW YORK -(UP1) Buga Bugaboos
boos Bugaboos of budget plans-bookkeeping-
and paperwork-have been
reduced to a minimum in a (our (our-step
step (our-step budget suggested by the 1
stitute of Pie insurance.
-List the family's annua' take take-home
home take-home pay, Ph8 any other income
that comes in during the year,
such as dividends and social se security
curity security checks. Divide the total by
52 to arrive at the family's weekly
income, , ...
List the family's fixed obli obligation
gation obligation for the year, including rent
or mortgage payments, utilities,
charitable, contributions, life insu,
ranee and other insurance pre premiums,
miums, premiums, an estimate of clothing
costs and payments on Joans. Di Divide
vide Divide by 52.
Decide how much the family
will want for its annual emer
gppcy fund from medical bills,
house-hold repairs and so on, If
a goal of $08 a year is set, it
would take a weekly set aside
or $4.
Add the weekly averages of
fixed obligations and the neces necessary
sary necessary emergency funds and subs
tract the total from the average
af weekly income. The remainder
is the sum available each week
fojrldod, allowances, running the
house,, apd recreation,
To malce the plan work, keep a
close watch on expenditure it
first Jet down the smallest sums
spent. That way a. family knows
where the money goes and mem
bers can adjust their spending
accordingly.

CYPRIOTS CALL STRIKE
NICOSIA. Cyprus (UPI)-Griev-ing
Greek Cypriots called a gen general
eral general strike in Fama"usta yesterday
to protest the killing of three
mem'-TS o the ROKA llO'lev,
ground in an ambush by British
troops. Nearly all ahops anil bus businesses
inesses businesses closed and work in the
part was reduced almost to a
standstill.

5uh Teen Dane
Wednesday Might
The juke has dance far tab

teens sponsored by the Curundu
Summer Recreation Program will
be held Wednesday night from f
until 9 instead of Saturday njrtt.
in the Teenage Clubhouse. All
youngsters ages 10, and are

ipvea,
ICOeiTlrfllplr7fAfil V)
American Wlenu

V GAYNOR MADDOX, NEA
Peed and Markets gditer

To take our minds off the

neat, jet? think of fine French
cookmg-thijjgs delighful for sum
mer meals. Even if we rinn't nr..

pare them ourselves, jt fun mgt
to read agput tpem.
Raymond Richer, executive Phef
of New York' elegant Cafe CJuu.
veron, explained what he believeg

' hup ret-jps pr noi wainer
Artuallv. nither of tha twn dish

es he suggests is difficult to pre.

pare, oespne weir ereuenre.
Bf in Aspic a Is Mad
(4 generous nrvinis)

Four nounds Dot must ippI i

ounces bacon fat for t atrina ni

8a con). 1 auart beef stock for

consomme), oouquet or nfl(

is sihbh won flnipna, ooue i
1-2 pound cooked peai, W small
carrot', boiled; salt, pepper to

lasie, i envelope unriavorea ge
latin.

To make a bouoiiet at herim

m a small pioce of cheese cUun
wrap 9 bay leavee, pinch of e e-lery
lery e-lery seed g pepperpoms od 14

leabpwm ui cnoppen parsmy
Season the beef and place in a
roasting pot. Cut the gaeon wu
l.inch strips and add ta the
not. Brown the beef on ell sid, ;

When thoroughly hrowned (W-go

minuies), aaa tne quart of oee
stoek or consomme and the bou
guet of bergs. Cover and cook ov
er slow fire ftr .g hours
Remove the" beer and set asm.

to cool. Reserve the gravy "rom
the beef sufficjpt beef stock oi
consomm to make 2 cupfulsd
pint) of liquid. Diasolve sufficient
gelatin (I envelope for 16 ounce j
of liquied) in cold water and arid

to tne oeef tock or consomme
Heat lijfhtly,

sitees m the bottom of a lar
mO d OI' hOW Mill I small f

.... ... TTWWWW Rttll,t
ral arrangement in the cen'of
with 2-S cooked carrots, cook i
white oniapi and cooked green

yeas, rour over eumcient no
to cover and alltw to set partiaLy,
Pannnf ...ilk 1.... j i-V

niipcai nun inyeis ui slice OCfif
alternating a small onion or cap,
rot be-tween stf slir nn the

edge of the bowl. Repeat wuntJJ
all the beef and vcotahU H.i

been used- Fill the eowl with tha
remainder of the liquid and c
to phill, whw thoroughly chfl.
led. turn out from maid on
platter and serve sliced down as
you would a meat loaf.

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Capt. and Mrs. W. W. Reid

Cant. William Wallace Raid aft

er 2 years as a pilot In the Pa
nam Canal leaves tonight with

his wife CatJiejrnj, who hai wmt

15 years on the Isthmus II a nurse,

to make their home in Florida.

Cap Raid, a World war I Naval

officer joined the United States
Line aa Deck Officer after com

pleting his teur of duty with the

mavy, five year later be trini
ferred to the Sbepard Una a

Master of the 9, 8, Sage Brush,
from which he joined tht Panama
Canal Pilots.

His unbroken service with the

canal included many interesting
assignments. Ha was Senior Pilot

assigned ta the last Essex class

earner, a sister ship of the fa famous
mous famous Enterprise, to transit tne
canal. He was also Senior Pilot

aboard tha U.S.S. Wisconsin the

last battleship ta aver transit the

ranama tanai.
The last ship that Capt, Held
piloted thru the eanal last weak

was tha 8. S. Santa Inei. Tha

Chief Officer aboard tha ahie Wll
liim Hutchison hid made his
first trip 30 yairs ago as Ordin Ordinary
ary Ordinary Seaman aboard the S. S. Sage
Brush with Capt. Reid ll Master.

W, mm arrived en tne isth isthmus
mus isthmus in 1844 after 18 years of ser

vice ai Public health nuraa ind

supervtior In the Prov dance

Rhode Island District Nursing Association.

Her tint position here was Staff

Nurse of tha Colon Hoipitil during
which time she mat and. married

Capt, Reid., They both transferred

to me racinc sine and sne was
appointed Staff Nurse it Oergii
Hospital. Shortly there after Mrs.
Raid Wll appointed ta Public

ueaiin nuraa en tne raerfie stee.
She directed the Well Baby Cli

nic for approximately 5 yean. Her

wvowon io-mis lerviea nas oesi
been measured by the constant
strpain nf mnlhprs anrt chilrlrpn

calling to bid firewall to a friend
,;n iJ u.

Fn WIU Pn ue loiiiKMiupieu
her kindness and generosity.
Mrs. Reid is haina Biireanriarl hu

mother capable and devoted nurse
w : nti 7: i i a i I

iiaias yvinpHJeii aeticy wnQ nas
also built an envkma background
in the Providence Tlislrirt Vurcinir

' r-in,, -,wtw,
Association. St, Mary's Million

wm aiso long rememoer Mrs.
Reid'a active Birtieipition in
church and social affairs.
Thii well known and well loved
couple has been fated with many
Desnedirias. Host and hnctectoc

of fhese many functions were:
Capt. ind Mri. John Connard,

api. ana ror. Rfflnein sivin,
Cant, and Mrs, Ben Smith, Capt.

Mri, Peter Poiten, Qgpt, and Mrs,

wiuiam Anompswp, qapt, and
Mrs. Leland Brooki, Cant, and
Mrs. Henry Johnstone, Mr. ind
Mrs. Ross Minor and Mr, and Mrs.
j. L. Dalton, Mn, Walter Cole,
Miss Winifred Sealey, the Pacific
Pilots wives and the Isthmian Nur Nurses
ses Nurses also entertained for Mrs, Reid.
The Pilots Association sponsored
retirement stag Pgrty for Capt.
Reid which included manv pn-wnrl'.

era in the Nivigatioij ptvision.

Tne oest wtsnes of the Canal
Zone community are extended to
both Caot. and Mrs. Reid for a

happy future.

Chilled Bieque of Chicken
Americaine if (Wtrevt ncrttoni)
One quirt chicken noodle soup
(or 3 101-2-ounco cans chicken
noodle soup), I pint light cream
U pint heivy cream, whipped,
unflavored! 1 teaspoon ehonpHf!
chives (or finely chooped scallionl,
salt, pepper to taste.
Put 1 quart of chicken nooJIe
soup homemide of( canned) into
an electric mier. Add the pint of
light creim nd season to tlt.
Blend for fw seconds in the
electric mixer (pieces of chicken
and noodles wlil be pulverised !". !".-te
te !".-te a thick cream), place in the
refrigerator ind allow to chill
thoroughly- Serve iq chilled soup
cups with a dab of unflavorel
whipped cream on top. Sprinkle
with chopped chives or finely
chopped scallion.

Whirl-in

1" ifflffni v

Step prspirtlon
tain and odor
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By OSWALD JACOiY
Written far MIA iervise
" i i iiia.iaii

NORTH

J754

AKJI4II

Animol Corrien

Aniwt r ta Pravieue Puwip

If you want ta tell something
to someone ind don't want te be
overheard, wait until I yau hive
the person alone. It's rude to
whisper or talk behind your
hand when others are around around-Though
Though around-Though you aren't talking about
them, they might think yeu are-
Aqd they are sure yeu are say saying
ing saying something ye don't want
them to hear, which is bound to
make them feel uncomfortable.

ab aetlff far inclusion in thu
letiima lla be MtttBtei as
tefawrittia Itna lad mmm
h bea number lilted daily in fe fecial
cial fecial iHt Other ," e dellve4
ay hand te hf aWlsa. Nethwl
meetinai cmeet be aessetee by
talrpheee.
Riinbaw City CIvU CeneM ,
An open regulir meeting of the
Rainbow City Civic Council Will
be held tonight it the High
School study hall commencing at
7:30 p.m.
A report of the! recent Gover Governor's
nor's Governor's conference at Pedro Miguel
will be given md the President
is reminding ill the delegates
that tOSlca and questions of com'
munity interest can be aired for
discussion,
All residents and friends are
invited to attend-
PLAYIblVlT 5AFI
COSELEY, England (UPI) 4 A

police station desk copy of a bosk
called "Crime Prevention" is

stamped with the legend "Net te
be taken away."

By tht request of the majority of
our customers tht Annual Sale
will continue

CENTRAL STORE
(Air-conditioned)
Bolivar &tt. 9126 Optaalte Colon Post Office
COLON

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A None A AJ toil I
Villi VAOIOT!
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Heth vulnerable
Jilt south West North
tA it. Pass 3f7.T.
if DeubJe Piss NX
Pill Pass Pass
Opening ieadV

Here is ap example of a super
safety play from Marshall Mile
book,
East wins the opening heart lead
with the gee ana returns the e.
yen. 8QUtH gathers in the trick
the jack ana notes that hp ia in
mighty good contract, It is

cincu uii wuji uoesu i nave mure
than one spade and a five-diamond
contract would wind up in the a sit
can Hence, if South is smart
duplicate player he will make sure
of his nice four no-trump contract.
How does ))e go about it? Easy
if he has gees iU the cards ml
just ii easy if he wants te pUy

seie. e ieai a Qiimono. huu
dupks completely in dummy.
When Eist show out his egu
tlon is. rewarded, He must mnka

six diamonds, two hearts and two
clubs and his contract. Qf course,
if East could happen-to gather
ip the trick with I singleton nipe
or ten, South Will have W a trick

but he eould well afford it. As
mentioned already, South was In a

fine contract.

Furthermore, the safety play is
not t all farfetched. East had
bid up to four hearts all by him,
self vulnerable. He eertalnly would
hold at least 11 cards in the maj r
suits and eould easily be void qf
diamonds.

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Sleuth
Amerisan
carrier
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U ganger
flihiFWaW
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U Cemple
rirbahydrite
IsPeinting,
as a weapon
ChJnp
iHrat society
Legal paint
High notes in
Sulie'i seile
IflTurned
eutward
nWotily carrier
ilRiveke

iTwim
10 Profit
finely
34 Kind of

Wheel carrier

se equine
carriers
17 Test
IS Bees carry a

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to Lower Umbs
II Pngment
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tl Traveling bt
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If OW'ineme
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If Trill
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fOehemleal
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AnimiisfeuniJ
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Q The bidding has beep:
North East South West
2 Pass ?
You, South, hold:
AA2 VQ 6 54 3 85 K2
whet do you do
A-Bi three diamonds. You
; ire en yew w te t llam but
! set tb diamond suit as a
atsrter. fan
, TODAV'a QUESTION
Your partner continues with a
bid ef three neuump Whit do
you do new?
Answer Tomorrow

Through the analysis of many
young poople, I have become lon lon-vineed
vineed lon-vineed that in many families the
soul-searching doubt about doing
the "right" thing, the deliberate
efforts tp suppress reg feelings
and to act the way a good parent
it supposed to act, all create in
atmosphere of anxiety, doubt and
uncertainty-
What the child perceivel ii pot
the correct techniaue but the wav wavering
ering wavering doubt nd often dishonesty of
the BirePti.
It conveys to the child a feeling
that parents are not trustworthy
because they are aJwiyg finding
fpult with themselves and that tn
world must be a very dangerous
Dnd difficult place if even the
grownups do not know whit to
do, 'U
i ' : :'d "; I
In general terms I miffhl sav

that Darents who dn not doubt

ptheir genuine love far their cbiL-

oren are no? arram io snow anger
when there is prevention,
Nobodv can tall what tha child

wil experience whan he sees his
j. i.1 r l ' .... a.-. v

mmner angry, a may ee crest
fallen and try te avoid situations

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When you come in eontict with
one of these you certainly appro
elate your good fortune;

A repairman who answers your

trouble cai prompt y, works fast,

knows what ho is doing, ind doeap't
depress you with a lot of pessi

mistic cnatter annul au tne iron
bles youccan expect in the future

A saleswoman who really listens

When you tell her exactly the type
ef dress you are looking tor and
the pricf you hgve set g your

omit,
A gutcher who doesn't look pain

id when you ask him to cut pu

a piece ot meat. A lot outciwi
these days act IS though a cus.
tomcr is unreasonable if she can't
find ready. cut piece in the dis display
play display box that stihs her needs.

A telephone voice that sounds

interested in your problem and in
helping you when you need infor information
mation information or have trouble to report.

A ulesperson who is willing to

really look for the item you want

po buy instead of brushing you
Off with a vague, "I haven't seen
anything Ilka that around lately'
A cashier who looks at you, and
gives you a smile and a pleasant
"Thank you" when she takes your

money, Somehow you part with
your money more happily when
it ii taken from you by someone

wno treats you oourtousiy.
A room clerk who doesn't act
high hat or obviously pleased when
he can tell you that he hasn't t

vacant room. It's a blow and it

helps to have the elerk appear to

he sorry, rather tnm pieisaa, at

your preoicament

A receptionist who will tell voj

exactly how long you Will have
to wait to see the person .vou have

asked to see-, instead of lettinj

yow cool your heels for an liopr
done three errands.

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Prevei

flMskelaee
4 Prepared
44 Against
41 Disease
eiwier
41 Jnearnet ion
ef Vishnu
ft Pompous
shew
liaiek'leetle
ffgahiBited
emetien
S7 Reiterate
ss Bristles
l LeiHi
DOWN
1 For fear that
(conj.)

rrrnr
I r T 1 1 h

mm-

7Ae4tak

tefktent

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that provoke her Ige. But ill
he may fight back and be angry
himself or he may be complete
ly indifferent as long as he knows
he can outlast her and get what
he wants anyhow. The child's re reaction
action reaction makes the' whole duw
ence in the situation.
If parents under the influence
of psychological teaching never
permit themselves to show any dis disturbed
turbed disturbed reaction, a child may ri rigor!
gor! rigor! to more nd more aggressive
behavior in order to get finiliy
an emotional response from them,
It il frightening to a child to
feel that he cm get gwgy with
everything md anything, il needs
the knowledge that his parents
watch over him, TWi reisiurince
makes it possible for Wm to ex experiment
periment experiment without danger of going
too far.
from parents I heir over and
ever again such questions a "How
should I fori? would I be angry
at him and show it?"
There ii no aniwer to such
questions, Nobody cm tell a parent
whether he. should feel mgry be be-cause
cause be-cause he either ii ingry ifa ear,
tain act er he isn't,

Battksi Beauty Fad This
Yeerf-Plastic Eyelashes

fix

PiRRASH

Used after svery

change, Mexant
prrvtnls heat rash,
ehaff and giiiing,
loo Absorbent
Cornstarch base
clings close, keeps
baby fretn, com-fortsbie.

Meilumed M..n Skin Cream kelP
,.'rul lunhurn. In g.nili lanolin tawoiht
fed dctergcni handi." ttm

By $ay fAUlrlY
NEW YORK (UPI). A young
New York couple his atirted the
battiest beauty fad ot the year
pJistie eyelashes,
From their imiU laboratory'
factory In this city's warehouse
district near the Hudson BWer,
gold and Marguerite Goodman,
both graduate chemists, are turn'
ing out the phony fluttereri at
the rate of five ounces day,
Doesn't found like I let Of eye
lash, until (be couple explains
there are about two thousand pain
to the ounce. Jp other words, pro production
duction production is about 10,000 pairs daily,
Fake eyelashes have beep
around many years, Qoodman
said, but werev'pretty much of
a do-ityourself project until the

l93U's. the United mates has is

sued only half doien patents on
artificial lashes since 1911."
He said most of the Take lashes
worn by models Ifld actressea
were of real hair, attached to an
adhesive base which joined the lid.
The tjopdmans, who hold a I93g
patent of their product, said theirs
is the ohly one in which both lash
and base, ere of the same material
gnd in one piece,
The lashes, which are sold
O Plastic f'li" Qf the poiyaafer
stores, are made from strips of
lid with a lanolin. based adhesive,
type. They arc permanently curl
ed, just as some synthetic fibers

en umnanemiy pieiea, ypa are
tinted brown or black with

melics pigment.

The narrow strin tn which th,

lash joins serves as a built-in eye'
shadow gnd; comes in ture,uoiie, I
agate, natural, jade, amethyst,!
and azu.re blue., All a girl does
is attach the strip-tp the upper1

no, witn a ianounised sdnesove. I
Each lash is six tenths of tn!

men leng, nut aniy five ten ten-thnusandths
thnusandths ten-thnusandths of ah inch thick.
Each lash has IS strands a"
"hairs," and with a pair un, the
total ef MO makes fer quite an tl tl-feet.
feet. tl-feet. "If the wearer -thinks they're
too long, all she has to do Is get
out the scissors aqd trim,'' said
Goodman. "The lashes come off
and on as easily s, well, as you
take out your false teeth."
HOW about safetv of (Hp ivntha

tic? Goodman said the lashes are
less flammable than human hair
and there is no danger from light lighting
ing lighting a cigarette.
Goodman, a native New Yorker, i
was a ennsultine: chemls' and his1
wife, from Seattle, worked with ej

the lashes.
"We'd been wanting to get into
some business of our own, Good Goodman
man Goodman said "8ince Marguerite made
111 hfer cosmetics, this seemed
natural field."
i IKyPwS wl, ar their
Jet 30 s and hive' three child'
ran, said they settled on lashes
when they found how little hid
been dene with them; an hew
large the market potential T
Goodman said he found m
"tbwwlogist's tudy whiph shw
ad thit w per cent of people un.
der ia have long, curled lashes:
but esi than 10 per cent ef th
fhTift th' ewl
"It look us several years of
evenings d weekends exoer exoer-iment
iment exoer-iment before we got the product
we wanted," said Mrs. Goodman.,
but we don't own any ferein
gports cars yej."
Lift I.e. League

Boys 5, Girls 4
Nine babies were born at Ceee
Sole Hospital during the week
ending at midnight Wednesday,
according to the regular hospital
report. Puring the same period
61 patients were addmitled and
63 discharged.
Babies were born to the fol
hWj parents: RD-3 and Mrs.
Eugene Homes, of Colhn, son;
r ..'Mr sn Donlev. o' Pprt
Gulick, son; Mr. and Mr. Oliver
Hardy, of Colon daughter; Mr.
and' Mr. Hfnry MeTaggart, of
Colon, daughter: Mr. and Mr.

Alfred Dewar, of Cojon, diughte;-;

"it ana wr, icoias qu?map. or.
Coian, sen; and Mri, Roger ST.
Gyr, of Gulick Heights, diughter:
Mr. and Mrs. Antonio B amirez. of -Colon,
daughter: and Mr. anA

Mrs. Franklin Donickle, of Coco
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TUfMWAl, AVUVWt M. M
Social and Oth

Billions An Being
Spent In 10-Year
Trade Filr Boom
NEW YORK (UPI) Busi Businessmen
nessmen Businessmen in the nest 10 years hive

Ck nutJ

! I 1 llfflFll Mm tfii IB i I K :

IMmiM I tK WHHLuRH Ml I'MIi MINI H HM InilBliiil M IB" Will H

dail.Pa

Mr. nd Mrs. Francis H, Jean Jean-iton
iton Jean-iton of Panama aaneuaje the
marriage of their sister, Irene
Johnston Fernancez of Jott,
Cost Riga to Mlter rm
Folke FeoleU of Quarry Heights
m Ana M After their honey

moon, the couple ww i$ t. r

PWkfcJS? wSB'i club a.r
, rity Cird Group wU meet at Fort
'Amador Officers Open lit M
Thursday, Aug. 2t al 12:S8 for
, dessert tad trds Members ft
! asked to make reservations by
iWfdswdjy with lither one ,';f
itbe hostesses who re, Mm, Wd
liam H Allen, Navy MM; Mi J
I Ethel Clarke, W of Mrs,
I A. Niti, lilta m.

Ike Wishes Knowland Success

In Campaign For Govarnor:

ship

a;

- WASHINGTON. Aug. M (UPI)! TOl eoior nia wf nw

-n : J t V c.nhnmar Si 9 C l 1 f Sf-M III Pel in I I rtuilEL t iuii"

Senate Republican leader William i in gwith him years as a
?Tnl ,lBT;. for sue, I senator was "the many informal

nv.eimi. if California. MB w t rrei flW,

The 9mit HW M

. r.i .r.UII.UJ L ,U-

- enange ot wots pwduio y mw r tV. rinit
ur th.t th. i oravers of the people of the Unit

seeking to prtserve Beet
nonor,"

'i know now oeepjy ym b-
lieve that human freedom' it
greater force than totalitarian ty tyranny,"
ranny," tyranny," Knowlini id. v-.v
i j iii ii--
Ex-Opera Star OKs
Movie Request
To Portray Her Life
PARW (UPI) MUmi pw
Croat Mary flarden has given the
National Arts Foundation of New
York the right to make picture
of her life, a foundation spokes
man said here yesttrday.
He said Miss Garden, who HVM
il Aberdeen, Scotland, came to
Paris to give her agreement and
laid down this condition: "No
dumb blondei can play me."
The foundation was reported to
have received offers from three
movie companies to put the sing
nr'i life on film,

Knowland said the President was

"entitled to hsve his support in

country owned Knowland a dfbt
u;D 'innlriViilliAH

pr yiuww ipr vuiiiiiiiiiiiiifi
of good government and for help helping
ing helping maintain peace in the world
Eisenhower added that he was
eerlaiB that the people of Calif Calif-ornia
ornia Calif-ornia know Xnpwlan' "admire "admire-We
We "admire-We qualifications, fine character,
and dedication to duty and want
to utilize his services as gover
or of that great state."
Although Knowland has differ differed
ed differed with Eisenhower on pme ad
ministration policies, th President
itid the wnrtot wm wturning to
California "to wage a political
campaign on behalf of a philoso
phy of government In which we
both believe."
The President also expressed
gratiudg for Kno wind's "tire "tire-less
less "tire-less e forts" as Senate Republican
leader. He said Knowland had
demonstrated "the characteristics
Of leadership, of integrity and de devotion
votion devotion in tnt aerviea of the na nation."
tion." nation." In reply, Knowland expressed
his "great appreciation for your
eonfidtnei and lupport,'

ing

Managtment Forum Meetinj
The Management Fomm wiH

meet tonight at T:S0 p.m. in the
Training Center, Balboa. -A
test entitled "Brush Up op
Yiw Uadwship" which was gjv
n in the nmlrhiB recently
Will M the subject of discussion
Wage Board pay rates will also
be discussed.
ami. i i n ''li' H'aisi. 1

AIR SI RVICI RISUM6D
paris (UPI)Air France an announced
nounced announced today it would resume
jervica with Egypt Spt, t (or the
first time aince the November
1956, Anglo-French invasion of the
Suez Canal Zone.
Th announcement was mad
following the signature of Fr4n-eo-Egyptian
agreement on th rn
sumption of cultural and connmie

increased their spending an trntff

snows ann wxposmons sia-mm m
more thin three billion dollars dollars-Thaw
Thaw dollars-Thaw hows are patterned ef
tar eouniy fairs and feature every

thing rom flowers, fancy foods
snd antiques to plastics, heavy
machinery and automobiles
Growina comoelitum in uiiii l

markets, especially from the r
vitalised industries of Europe and

Asia, nil neen ine Key ficior of
hind the trowth of trade shows,

Some of them, such as the mo

tor boat mobile heme and auto
tuiklU fltkM Mink t Ik. IT At

World Tfedt Piir md the Piny

Fond and confection mow in
open only to businessmen md buy

en.
Arthur Smadbeik president i
operators of New Vork City's huge
showplace, uredicieri that more
thin 4,ooo enpositions will hi hold
in the United States this year, cam
pared with MO in 1H0
These fit in addition to the
2,000 trade shows that will of

state and eounty lairs ar per
manent exhibitions and showrooms
in this country. M ,
Th UJ. World Trade Piir hold
in the Coliseum in May draw e
hiWtori from 8 nations ind was
attended by more than 127,006

guyeri- according to Chirltf i
organizer of the giant exhibit.

"To cover the markets repre represented
sented represented t the Piir," hi explained
"I buyer would hive hid to travel
around the weld approximately two
yeirs, The Fair brought ill these
markets together in one place.'
End Of An Era:
Navy In Britain
Scraps 85 Ships
T HWTiAV fTTIITV fVnnAflAVT

strapped Britain is scrapping or

seinng mitwamn onrmwn p
hilf of her fleet-the Royil Nivy
that oneieiiimed to ruli
waves.
A total of 7S5 shins of the re

serve fleet ire filling under the

economy ax. uiy so are Being

replaced.
The replacements an largely
mill antisubmiriene erifwiit
destroyers, (rifltfl and patol boals

J l "M. Li.-A 1L iiSV -A

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THE VOICE OF

BROADWAY

by Dorothy Killgalkn

After several heirtbrea,king tftli Ui tt serils tilled "Mae
that ended in more Whom. now West TeHs All About tove, in
appears that Gene Tierney hs r.- i which she will answer letters i nun
lovered from her long nervous j video viewers with problems of tm
breakdown and soon wilt be well heart.
enough to return to the movlea. I When Lli Taylor plays I pari

After a coioraoo vaeawon mu in a iorincoming nut toaa jr.

jjtail ohaek'Up it tho Menninger

cnnio, ine ptans w movf hw
Hollywood. .Mickey Boonay. ha ha-risted
risted ha-risted by bis girl troubles, will N
nippy to ihike the dwt of Call
fonia off his shoe. He's eomn.K
to New Vork in a few days to ply
lillir Monn in "Tho list Mile 1
gnd to ejuote one ayanpithtsle
chum: 'Wter list week, he wn
do it standing on his head .Ver
atila Peggy Lee, repiritiit
hm in ittick of mmm&
is working an book of short sto-
the off-Broadway "Children f
iSirhnoii," explodea when anyone
mentions Audrley Hiphurn- Ap Ap-lirently
lirently Ap-lirently they didn't get along-to
5ut4t gontly-when Colleen piy
id a role in Audrey's flicker. A
Kun's Story.'
Ingrid Bargman's bPPlly
tan heau, Lars Schmidt, pima tr
boy her i Piris piiyhouse end
name It tor her.
A hif inv.stig.tien Of Ku KImx
Ki.n .ctiyities In the Miami -roe
it M the works. .VwWf.
Olivier has been offered $soo oni
to ist ot "hiit'( for writs of
t.levi.ion programs, the fill"'
to be md jn New Vork as well
s in London.

A replica of a Frencn Kevoni

film, she'll be billed as "EliaatM

Sehwartikjopf.'' bjoause thit was
her huaband'a net name for her.
Eli Oberstein, who racenMy
concluded deal with ta Sci
to record tear as as fhev are be

ing perfernvtd beofro regular au- i

dienees wena tt da the same
thing with Broadway musical
far his ando dlse frrn, Hit ttr ttr-rible
rible ttr-rible awahenlng will same whn
he finds aut what the union sa.
mend far that kind at a aet-oa
ever here; this ain't Miln. in
Now York, they wan't even per'
mit the $rmkiUr of e play t
make a private tape ricordir j
to 0 played seitly for the bene
fit af a director MhaertiNO
-road cOHljon? n enather lty.
Ernest Hemingway won't come

to New York for the gal movie
nremiere 01 hia classic, 'The Old
Man and the Sna." He quoted at
saying, "New York, to me, is tftr
one thing driking with friendl".
A wave of mysterious bombing
il harassing mid-west coin ma machine
chine machine operators, forrint manv o

the small business men te sell out
to gangster elements. Yeung mm
employed by Columbia Concerts

were sent out on an onsusl mit.
sjon tbe other day: they had to
rmd a nalr of Chinese e'eremnn"

shoes for Mary Martin's coming

djiignid to tnttot the thoit of

missie s nuge unaerwaier hupi,
The great battle wagons of the
past have ill gone.
List of these wis the ttsnoo
ton VmguiWi completed in m
and held in reserve it Portsmouth
disclosed that this ship-which p,
vr has find It in onerty-;

i a tu lisnn ii i traimns and neaa

auarters vttsel until she it ready
.tit innuk A.

The other four battleships or hor

cuss --me wing otorge v., wuno
of York, 4nson md Howoill hive
been seraBDed. Last nf these was

the Howe which went to the junK

yirdt only netntiy.
China Seeking End
To 'Regionalism'
In Sinkiang Area
HONG KONG- (UIhr Pel Pel-ping
ping Pel-ping hM leiffd to crush the spirit
or 7'regionalism" in China a big biggest
gest biggest province of Sinkiang.
Provincial newspapers reaching

hert carry long reports of speeches
made at nrovincial and city Com

munist Pgrty congresses denoun denouncing
cing denouncing offioilla- who Ptril in cam campaigning
paigning campaigning for autonomy from Pei-
ping.
Five high-ranking VrtV ottl
cials in Sinkiang were expelled

during tho meetings, ine news
papers reported.
The anti-regonalism campaign

hit a high lltt year. Sinkiang,
which borders on Soviet Hussja

and Outer Mongolia- on cmnrs
northwest frontier, was one of at

least aix provinces rattled oy no noma
ma noma nds lor freedom from Hn con

trel. (The Hans are China's big
gest racial group).

Basically, tne propiem naa seen
Poinine's nolirv of sendins offi

cials into Sinkiang with authority

to run the province s anairs ana
teach the local residents what com communism
munism communism i-
But the people of Sinkiang, who
dome from several racial origins
audi Ih ITitrhiirs and Kjahks

resented bitterly losing control over

tpeir own janaa

tion passport decorated with red tour, After hours of searching, the
sealing wax and encased in r- 'lads came across a pair in n
E TA .iaj ii 'ii -iA .. "II' T -t. t '7" M t

ieatner 11 wnat ine cnic wi wn, Japanese it snon m unmaiown.

need to Bet into Lucille Mincvji-

restaurint cabtret, Au Franc PI
pot, when it opens in the hU
fAnd mony, one would imagine ).
Some of the gray flannel beya
long Madison Ave., are trying for
petition of 100,000 signatures
asking the Nsvy to give Admiral

Bickaver inotnoovpoA

thrown rrinoe onsianiine o'
Greece is snendins the Summer
"being exposed" to young ladies
who are ttrrive no"h and roy
al enough to nualiiy aa marriase
possibilities. Swedish nripcesc.
RrieJtta and Desiree ore am""
thete HRH has entertained at hie

noma on corru; no worn an Ms

DORE&E WAITES
SCHOOL OF DANCINd
Reopening; Sept. 4th
Beginner intermodtato -Advanced
classes for children of
all ages
Registration August
?8-2g-30
10:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Knights of Columbus Hull
Balboa

Cathy Crosbv's date at tho Emb-: reaction-- or theirs

ers was Dick Stents, the CBS oxer The Governor of Puerto Plea
who's in the process of forgett'njj must consider Lany Island danger danger-Doretta
Doretta danger-Doretta Morrow. .Quote-of-me eus territory. He had five hoft. hoft.-week
week hoft.-week from Qttte Davis: "When 1 guards with him when he dinH

see people like Purt Lancaster si'" at Anrtra s in ureal Noes the o'V

rounded by lawyers and account account-eiM
eiM account-eiM I want to scream. (Go n
head, honey; it won't be the first
time.) iMir n Iff
Rafael Truiillo Jr. hat a big wor worry
ry worry hia double chin. Despite iu
disdain for things American, he
bought a couple of U. S.-made re
during devices and took them home
with him on tho yacht. Teu-t
aion's troubles are over, obviously;
the new era of intelligent pro
irimming is almost with ua. Mae
Wet, that eminent psychologist

er niiht. .For rn'le"tors of eody

sisst nomenclature, there's now r
Japanese strinner who calls her herself
self herself Novak Kim
Paris cage society is giggling
over the originality of the rhar
in the divorce proceedings be
I ween Jepn Francois de Thin
(the noted horseman who placed
third in the 1941 Olympics) ai
Michele ( ancre. Among ether cum cum-plaints,
plaints, cum-plaints, Michele alleges that 4e.-i
loves their pet panther more than
he loves her,

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On rljrtat; Dr. Mantredo EngoU Proildont of "NATIONAL" ELECTRIC CENTER, jj,
Automobile Row, Pnm, ewlusive donlori and dbitributors of "national" Radios,
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Tony Martin and Vara Elian Top Cast ol Gay Film Musical...
Opens next Ihursday in Week -End Release, al the "LUX"
'LET'S BE HAPPY'

MRS. Irene bcrza. Treiturer of the Catholic Daughters of
America, Qourt No, 874 of Cristobal, Is shown above presenting
a check to Father Miguel Angel Conde, C.M.F. for his Pin

Mission.

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cast of brilliant players.
A Marcel HlUman production With Rob Robert
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packed with sprightly songs and gay danoei
which have been intelligently injected into
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Never has Martin sung with greater ap appeal
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better produced. The dance solos done by
Vera-EHen reflect the brilliant Went which
has carried her to cinematic heights. 1

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AM INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2t, 1SS
n Chills San Francisco Pennant Fever
LEADING

Warren Spah

BBpQIssff I'iSbP

Braves Widen League Lead
To Whopping Eight Games
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 26 (UPI) Strep throat
and alL Warren Spahn of Milwaukee just about put
the final chill on San Francisco's pennant fever.

HITTERS
(Bd on 315 official at bats.)
Editor: CONRAOO SARGtANi

NATIONAL LEAGUE
G AB R H Pet.

1

Spahn was confined to his ho hotel
tel hotel room Sunday with an inflam inflamed
ed inflamed throat and there was aome
question whether he would be a
ble to pitch against the Giants
last night.

The 37 year oia soumuaw
nromotly eliminated all question
whn he went out and held the
fii.nt. to five hits in a 6-1 victo
ry that stretched Milwaukee's
first-place margin to eight games
nver Kan FranciSCO.
Tf wax Knahn's 17th victory of
the season and the Braves made
his job easy by knocking out Mike
McCormick with a five-run burst
in the second inning. Six hits, an
error and a hit batsman did the
damage.
Even though the San Francis,
ce winds whistled about him.
Spahn struck out savan a n
said affctr the game he had o
forea himself to kaep bearing
down from the second inning
GUN CLUB
NOTES
CRISTOBAL
Sole resource of Skeeting hope hopefuls
fuls hopefuls at he August 20 Cristobal
Club gunning, a sharp sense of
target speed kept the scores of
older hands in respectable brack brackets,
ets, brackets, glaring western sky totally
obscuring the speeding discs in
their -normal area of breakage,
and shots being therefore loosed
into a section of the firmament
where, though invisible they might
reasonably be anticipated.
Whether "groove shooter" habits
or better reasons account for the
showings, these are the statistics
on best single rounds:
W. Johnston
F. Chollar
R. C. Casanova (20 ga.)
N. Keller
Art Sutton (.410)
J. C. Las linger
Geo. Lopp (20 ga.)
W. W. Rowland
C. Hayward (.410)
24
24
23
22
21
20
20
A
shot.
W. J. Schexnayder
also
but seemed shook-up by his gun
being mistakenly represented as
20-gauge auto Browning in pre previous
vious previous reports, and demonstrated
that there are days when there
are simply too many bad shells
In the box even for such a stea steady
dy steady marksman.
CHILEAN WINS TOURNEY
ISTANBUL (UPI) Luis Ayala
of Chile won the men's singles
title in the Istanbul international
tennis tournament Sunday by dc
feating Pancho Contreras of Men
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five-run cluster in the second
Los Angeles defeated Cincinna Cincinnati,
ti, Cincinnati, 4-2, and St. Louis beat Pitis Pitis-burgh,
burgh, Pitis-burgh, 7.1, in the only other Na
tional League games scheduled.
Baltimore topped Chicago, 6 5,
and Washington nipped Clevebna,
5-4, in the only two American
League games played.
The Dodgers' victory over the
Redlegs was essentially a two
min job by southpaw Johnny To To-dres
dres To-dres and outfielder Carl Furitlo.
Podres yielded a two.run homer
to Pete Whisenant in the tirst
inning but blanked Cincinnati
thereafter to gain hU 12th victo victory,
ry, victory, 11 of which have been regii regii-tered
tered regii-tered at the Los Angeles Coli

seum.
Fnrillo raDDed out three of he
Dodgers' nine hits of loser Har
vev Haddix and drove in two runs
Wallv Moon's three-run nomer
off loser Ronnie Kline was tin
blow that assured the Caids their
friumnh over the Pirates.
Larry Jackson held the Pirates
to eistfit hits in boosting his sea
son mark to 11-10. Pittsburgh scor scored
ed scored it lone run off him in the
third inning on Hank Foiles' dou
ble, a sacrifice and a single by by-Roberto
Roberto by-Roberto Clemente.
The Orioles tightened thsir
hold on fourth place in the A A-merican
merican A-merican League with their vic victory
tory victory over the White Sox. Pinch,
hitter Al Pilarcik drove in the
winnina run with a sixth inning
single that scored Brooks Rob Robinson
inson Robinson from second base.
Baltimore boss Paul Richards.
bent, on finishing in the first di
vision for the first time since he
took over the Orioles in 1955, em em-nloyed
nloyed em-nloyed five pitchers, starting with
Jack Harshmnn and finishing w'th
BiUv Loes. Young Milt Papons
third of the five hurlers gained
h!s eighth victory while Boh
Shaw suffered the loss.
Ray Narleski's eighth mum"
wild pitch with the bases loaded
enabled Clint Courtney to scnr
the run that snapped Washing
ton's fiye.game losing streak.
Courtney, who has homered ear
lier, led off the eighth with a sin
gle and Rocky Bridges also sin
eled. Narleski took over for los
er Don Mossi. gave up a walk to
fill the bases and then wild-pitch
ed the run across that broke a
4-4 tie. Reliever Tex Clevenger
gained his eighth win. Rocky Co
lavito drove in all four Cleveland
runs with his 3lst homer and a.
double.
SIGN BONUS PLAYER
CLEM SON, S. C. (UPI)-Heib
Bernette, Clemson College sopho
more from Bristol, Tenn., has
signed with the Cincinnati Red
legs for a "sizeable bonus." He
will finish out the current season
with the Redlegs' Geneva, N Y.,
farm dub in the Class D New
York-Penn League.
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116 409 61 142 3iV
119 479 78 164 342
123 488 90 160 .s
Mayo, S. F.
121 478 89 156 .326
Skinner, Pit.
Banks, Chi.
Dark, ,Chi.
Cepeda, a. F.
Walls, Chi.
Boyer, St. L.
117 428 77 135 .J15
126 501 101 157 .313
105 422 45 130 .3
119 479 69 147 .307
123 475 70 145 .305
120 455 81 136 .299
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Runnels, Bos.
Cerv, K. C.
Kuenn, Det.
Goodman, Chi.
Power, Clev.
Williams, Bos.
Sievers, Wash.
Jensen, Bos.
Fox, Chi.
Malzone, Bos.
115 443 82 145
171 409 75 132
112 449 60 144
89 334 36 107
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117 473 80 150 .317
112 355 71 112 .315
117 434 73 136 .313
122 439 73 137 .312
125 507 73 157 .310
123 501 62 154 .307
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Redlegs
Mathews, Braves
11
33
23
26
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, Yankees
Sievers, Senatohs
Jensen, Red Sox
Colavito, Indians
Cerv, Athletics
36
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33
31
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RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE

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Asnburn, Phi.
Aaron, Mil.

Banks, Cubs 108
Thomas. Pirates 99
Aaron, Braves 81
Boyer, Cardinals 79
H. Anderson. Phils 76
Cepeda, Giants 7d

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen. Red Sox
Sievers, Senators
Colavito Tnians
Cerv Athletics
Mantle, Yankees
LEADING
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(Band on 12 decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
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8
17
14
10
13
Willey, Braves
Spahn, Braves
Purkey. Red'""
Worthington, Giants
Semproch, Ph'is
AM7RICAN LEAGUE
Helock, Red Sox 12 3
Turley, Yankees 18 6
"vde, Senators 3
Moore. White Sox 9 4
McLish. Indians 13 6
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QDAY

PRO LEAGUE GET-TOGETHER Angel Grimas (fourth from right), president of the Carta
Vieja Yankees of the Panama Professional Baseball League, i surrounded by members of the
press and officials of the league during a cocktail party at which he was the host. Pictured
above are: (1 to r) Sportswrlter Tomas A. Cupas, league official Joe Nachio, league president
Raul (Lul) Arango, newspaper editor Arquimedes Fernandez, Eric A. Delvalle, of the new Su Sugar
gar Sugar Kings team; Grimas, Raul (Baby) Arango Jr., Sugar Kings official; Guillermo Tribaldos,,
and Felix Lucianl, Cervejza Balboa team manager.

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AMADOR AC1JS This quintet took the 1958 Canal Zone Bowling; championship at the Fort'
Clayton Lanes. Lads. Charles Concannan, Jerry Sullivan and Wally Stielau. Lassies Jane Mil Miller
ler Miller and Judy Sullivan. i

Cream Of Isthmian
: J
To Play In Mercurio

Richmond Shakes
Pitching Jinx;
Beats Columbus 3-0
NEW YORK (UPI) The
Richmond Virginians, fighting de
sperately for a playoff berth in
the International League, are eel-
ine more confident today after o-
vercoming the biggest pitching
jinx in their history.
The Vees scored three runs in
the 11th inning Monday to defeat
Columbus, 3-0. More important,
the victory was scored at the ex-
Dense of Lynn Lovenguth, who
owned a 15-3 lifetime mark a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Richmond before the game.
The sixth-place vees are now
only three and a half lengths be
hind fourth-place Columbus.
Jim Brostand, who was 22 Just
a week ago, went ail the way lor
his 13th triumph, the highest to
tal on the Richmond staff. Loven Lovenguth,
guth, Lovenguth, a 34-year old veteran, also
went the distance only to be
charged with his 12th setback.
In other action last night, Ro
chester defeated Buffalo, 7-2, in
the second game of a doublehead-
er after the Bisons had won the
opener, 4-1; and Havana split a
twinbill with Miami, winning the
first, 1-0, behind Miguel Cuellar's
three-hitter end dropping the
nightcap to the Marlins, 3-2.
Montreal and Toronto were not
scheduled.
COLLEGE STAR SIGNED
BOSTON (UPI) Second base
man Ted Schreiber of Brooklyn,
N. Y., a sophomore at St. John's
University, has signed with me
Boston Red Sox organization ana
will be assigned to a Triple A
farm club.
RECEIVES GRANT-IN-AID
CHARLESTON, S. C. (UPI) (UPI)-Richard
Richard (UPI)-Richard Mulvaney, six foot,
one inch guard from Newark,
N. J., has signed a basketball
grant-in-aid at The Citadel, head
coach Norman Sloan announced
Sunday, jMhrvwt' . ;.

Sports

The cream ol Isthmian golfers
are expected to make up one of
the finest fields of any Isthmian
golf tournament when the acticri
commences at the Brazos Bro k
Golf and Country Club, Saturday,
Sept. 6 in the 72' hole 1958 Mer

curio Isthmian Amateur Golf Tour
nament.
It was learned that defending
champion Sandy Hinkle will not
be able to defend his title. Hin
kle, who won last year's tour; a-
ment With a come.from behind
victory on the final day over Jim
Riley, must return to Duke Uni University
versity University the early part of Septem
ber and will not be able to pait. pait.-cipate
cipate pait.-cipate in the amateur tournament.
Riley Is expected to return to
the isthmus in time to enter this
year's tournament and must be
considered the man to beat. Riley
led the field last year at the end
of every round, until the finn!
round at Brazos when Hinkle edg edged
ed edged him out for the-title.
In the three tournaments nlw.
ed so far this year Summit's
George Riley and Jack Smith
teamed together to win the Na National
tional National Distillers' Best Ball Tour Tournament
nament Tournament at Summit Hills Golf an
Country Club; Tony Jankus took
top honors in the Juvenia Watch
Tournament at Summit; and Bra
zos Brooks' Anibal Galindo conpp'1
the Luckv strike Tournament al
Fort Amador.
These four golfers are expect
ed to join a field of such ton notch
competitors as Doc Herb Mitten,
(.nariey MaeMurray,' Gene Hides
Vinnie Lombroia. Ed Wvsocki, Don
Hatise, Jim Hinkle, Al -Comic
Bill LeBrun, an Td Jordan in
auest of the 1958 Mercurio Isth.
min Amatpu- Tile.
There will be no entry fee fo-
the Mercurio Tournament, but all
contestants must be Panama Ooii
Association members. Member Membership
ship Membership cards may be purchased
any one of the Isthmian Golf
Clubs.
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Golfers
1 v
Amateur

DeBow Sharpens Up
For Sunday's Bout
With Edwin Sykes
New York bantamweight Char,
lie DeBow, 28-year-old Negro
who will battle 118-pound cham champion
pion champion Edwin Syket m a 122.
pound 10 rounder in Colon Sun Sunday
day Sunday night, continued to impress
fans today as he stepped up his
training pact during workout?
at the Colon Arena.
The former golden gloves
champ arrived en, the Isthmus
Friday afternoon and Is staying
at an Atlantic tide hotel.
In his most recent bout, De DeBow
Bow DeBow who at five foot seven end
one-half inches is at ltat two
inches shorter than the lanky
Sykes, lost a TKO verdict to
ranking bantamweight Jose Be Be-cerra
cerra Be-cerra after DeBow suffered a
cot over the left eye.
Ht is being conditioned for
Sunday's feature by George
Ford, a local fight trainer. The
visitor's manager, Artie Curley,
is due here Saturday.
.Unbeaten Bsctor Hicks engag.
es Sonny McKay in Sunday's
six-round semifinal, and in an another
other another clash, also et for six
heats, Fanely Hooker tackles An Andres
dres Andres (Asesino) Allen.
bavid Wright battles Panama
Castillo In the feur.round cur
tain raiser.
.
Unlap Grip
Out
NEW YORK (NEA) -Bob Ro Ro-burg.
burg. Ro-burg. Art Wall, Jr., and Everett
Vinzant, Vernon, Tex., are the
Only golfers on. the professional
t,our who use the baseball grip griper,
er, griper, as the pros call it, the "un "unlap
lap "unlap grip.'
Wall ahd Rosburg nave done
well with it, too. Wall k has won
six major tournaments four in.
playoffs-since hitting the tour in
j- hi huh is a cuuHiBieiu iiiunry
Winner.
Rosburg. if vou look only tor
first place finishes, has been no nowhere.
where. nowhere. But his steady in-the mo money;
ney; money; play has put him almost at
the top of the money-winning list
this year.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Teams
W L Pet. GR
Milwaukee
San Francisco
Pittsbut-ah
Los Angeles
b. Louis
Philadelphia
Cincinnati
Chicago
71 SI .51?
44 $1 .525 I
S S .524 r.
40 42
m 12
60 63
.488 i)lA
54 44 .47 IS
58 67 .464 15Vj
57 .452 17
Today's Garnet
Philadelphia at Chicago
Milwaukee at San Francisco
Cincinnati at Los Angeles (N)
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N)
t Yeelerdey's Results
Pittsburgh 001 000 000-1 g 2
St. Louis y 014 000 20x 7 5 1
Kline, R. G.i Smith (7) and
Foiles; Jackson (11-10) and Green.
LPKline (12-12).
Cincinnati 206 000 000-2 8 0
Los Angeles 102 ooo 0lx-4 9 2
(1210) and Pignatano.
Milwaukee 050 000 0018 T
Spahn (179) and Crandall; Mc-
ITArminlr Tama. n m.ji, TT
ra miner 16).
Johnson (8) and Thomas. LP-
III J LfV.
Only games scheduled.
MGA Coupe
In Sports
An MGA pour, driven hv Ponl
Elia, took first prize in the time
trials sponsored, by the Isthmian
oporis iar ciud aunaay at raco
ra. ; v
In the Gvmkhana. the nthr
naif of the day's events,- Joe
Grills, drivine at Fiat son tnnt
the men's first prize, and Sarah
Priest tpok the women's first
Drize in an MGA. Trnnhips vaern
awarded at the close of the day's
events, and this everit counted fdr
pouts xowara tne year and rro
Phy.
A four-mile course of varied
road conditions made up the time
iriais. mere were 14 entries, one
car was disqualified. The best
time, by Eha, was 4 minutes 52.-
a seconas.
Other times wptp a fnltnui'c- T
J. Kelly, MGA, 5 minute;; Hugh
rriesi, mua, 5 minutes 13.3 sec seconds;
onds; seconds; Rush Marshal, MGA Coupe.
minutes zo.3 seconds; Mike
Brians, VW, 5 minutes 22.4 sec seconds;
onds; seconds; Bill Brown, VW, 5 minutes
--,t seconas; L,utner Da vies. Chev
rolet, 5 minutes 30,4 seconds;
Sewell Hatcher, MGTD, 5 minutes
37.3 seconds; Frank Negron, TR3,
5 minutes 3R spcnnHs-
iMoian, vw, 5 mmutes 43 sec
onds; joe firms, Fiat 600, 5 min minutes
utes minutes 49.3 seconds; Paul Chase,
MGTD, 6 minutes 12 seconds; Sa-
Weekend Sports
Saturday is
DARIEN,, Conn; (UPI) Anne
yuast, 20, of Marysville, Wash.,
defeated Barbara-Romack of Sac
ramento, California, 3 and 2, to
win the Women's National Ama
teur golf championship.
BROOKLINE Mas. (UPI)
D.rltDe Hard of Mnntelwlln
Calif., and Jeanne Arth of St.'
Paul upset New' York's Althea
Gibson and Brazil's Maria Rnsnn
2-6, 6-3, 6-4, in the finals of the
women's national doubles tennis
championships.
PHILADELPHIA (UPn Tr.n.
seeded Sallv Moore of Rakercfipi,!
Calif., defeated Gwyneth Thoms
of Shaker Heights, Ohio, in
straight sets to win the national
girls grass court tennis chain-
pionsnrp. i : 3
EDMONTON. Alta. (UPI)-Wes
Ellis Jr. of Ridgewood, N. J.,
registered his first major win in
the $25,000 Canadian Open eolf
championship.
CHICAGO (UPI)-Round Table,
ridden by Willie Shoemaker, won
the $85,200 Arlington Handicap.
Sunday
OPORTO, Portugal (UPI) W
Stirling Moss of Britain remained
second in the competition for tr
world car racing, title when he
won the Grand Prix of Portugal.
CHESTNUT HILLS. ftali
(UPI) Ham Richardson of Ar
iinaton, Va and Alex Otmedo a
Peruvian studying at Southern
California, teamed to defeat
Barry MarKay of Dayton, Ohio,
and Sammy Giammalva of Hon?
it'", i ex., in hip nnais oi ine v.'.a.
tennis doubles championships.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (UP1;
Brian Hewson of England stsp(i
a late drive to win the 1,500
meter event in the European
Games but the meet was won by
HUSgJ-

Summary

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Teams
w l Pet: si
New York
Chicago
Boston
Baltimore
Detroit
Cleveland
Kansas City
Washington
71 47 .624
J24 12K
3 51o J3Va
.4tl le'a
5v 43 .414 17V
n M .472 it
57 66
463 20
423 25
today's Game
Chicago at Washington (N)
Kansas City at New York (N)
Detroit at Boston (N)
-leve. ins nnn iymj i
Wash. 000.412 oix-r-5 8 0
Bell, Mossi (6), Narteski (8)
m X0":. Va,1nntu,etti- Clevenger
(7), Ramos (9) and Courtney,
Chicago
Bait.
001 211 000-5 11 o
203 001 00x-6 8 0
Moore, Shaw (4) and BatteyV
(7), Wilhem ( Loej (9 ,d
Triandn WP r.w.. ,VC "nu
Igg 8mes acBeduled.
1st Prize
s
ifi
rah Priest, MGA, 6 minutes 22.6
seconds.
entering the 4ime trials. A
Gymkhana was brought to a
ratnd ctose by a. sadden shower.
Although .11 the cars finished sev
era braved the downpour.
Times were as follows:
Joe GriUs, Fiat 600, 444 ecv
ms; W Brown, VW, 49.5 se
onds; Luther Davis, Chevrolet,
50-4 seconds. Francis Nolan, vw
rm?.Tds,: Fraff Negron, TR3
X minute .2 SCrnnHc- m T. tr.txZ'
11 ?econ4- "Sew!
- Mtvu, rauiu, 1 minute 9
4 seconds: Paul Fita .T
PrfcJf' I-6 ?eeond Hugh
minute J3.6 sec seconds;
onds; seconds; Mike Brians, VW, i mia.
Ute 16.fi SBPnnHc- TJ...1 ii
MPTn 1 -Z t x aiu -nase,
a ?J mmt 17 seconds; Gor.
don Thefl, VS, 1 mute 18 6 sec.
ond; Rush. Marshall, MGA "u.
pe linjnute 27 seconds.
f.aoies: Sarah Priest, MGA, I
minute 14,6 seconds; Tommy Wef.
snaar. Alfa Roman i
seconds: Jean F. tMf.s..
minute 23.2 econdS.
nans for the next event will be
published at a later dte.;i
Wayer Of the Day
t FRANK LARY
Just lookine at Frank t..i
enough to pwt the Yankees Tn a
slump.
ui?1 tiht h"ndw
the Yanks for the sixth time this
season, 8-3-, in the opener of Sun
days dotlblfthearipr a tail
though the tigers bowed, 3-2; in
Hie nightcap, none of the gloss
was ruooea oh Lary's accomplish accomplishment.
ment. accomplishment. Larv held the ten one Wrfv
to six hits in becominf the first
Pitcher to defeat them six titr.ps
in one season sine riftxv T,t
and Hal Newhonser M Detroit
now lurneo the trick during the
1944 campaign.
Ask Larv how he ih
Yankees and he merely shrugs
"o oiitruiucis. ?w
"I .hlSt CO out there And nireh
the same way. I do against the
other clubs," he says.
Jt was a great day all around
for the Lary family Sunday.
Frank's vounfer brother Uk
who is with Portland of the Pacll
ii vyuasi.. i.rH ur, purnen a tnree tnree-hit
hit tnree-hit 2-0 shutout over Suokane
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JESDAI, AUGUST U,
t's Up To Fans to Prevent Panama Loop From Dying-Grimas
'

fee Wee Has Good

thing In Louh

By MARRY OEAYSON
LOS ANGELES (NBA) -Out-

He, on the- monstrosity that pass-

for a baseball pars, we uuuK-
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ts 21 e puying. oui r tw

eese, who has been a pari n

ii team tor l years, ai

reet clothes in we oresiuS

lorn and talked about a storm

ihddw business n Louisvnie.

The Dodgers have tried six a a-rent
rent a-rent third baiemen this season.

Uxt gnrinc thev are bringing up

Wo more from the farm. The last

f..n ihov are thinkine aDOUl- is

""V -. a I

eese, who a ter yeais u ;

how what ne is aiws

"I hate 10 De lnueviw,

at aavina. TMs oao uawi l

line has me out for a while, it s
ay down at the base of the
ine. But I think I'll be fine I
ant to play. Except for last
sar, you know, I played in more
lan 140 games for this club ev ev-y
y ev-y season. L think I still can go
me more. But what am I going
say? It's not up to me. I

to't know What's going to hap-n,"

,

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CV Prexy Say

4-Team League
Needs Support

Angel Grimas, president of the
Carta Vieja baseball club, yester
day called on loyal Panama Pro
League fan? to support the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming four-team season.

Kahn Looks To World Series

mter Proving Boxing Can Pay

IT IS STRANG! TO HEAR
eese talk this way. You've heard
hofnrofrnm everv veteran ball-

layer on the way out. But it is
ard to realize Reese is in the

mi Piti-parv. Mavbe we re ge

Ina oH Mit Beese still is thought

f as the pngni youngsici
lout of Louisville to put Leo

bufbcJIer on the bench and give
he'Jbodgers a shortstop who had

ttind in winning seven pen-ants.

lost. This was one of the big ones
ol our time, but now, as it hap happens
pens happens to all of them, he is on the

By MURRAY OLOIRMAN
LOS ANGELES (NEAV-It took
a Broadway press agent, Eddie
Jaffe, to kid Irving Kahn in o
thinking be might pick up a bun bundle
dle bundle from boxing. And it took Ned
Irish, the Madison Square Gar Garden
den Garden impresario, to pique him in into
to into the business.

j "Naw, acoffed lrisn, wno naa. naa.-"It's
"It's naa.-"It's ud to the fans to prevent tiuilnn commitments for

the Panama Professional Baseball tn ( emaiional Boxing Club, I

League from dying, trimas sain i .(you couldn't possibly do tne
at a cocktail-buffet on the ter- for us."
race of the International Hotel.
' l This was when Kahn broached
The buffet was held by the Car-j the idea that his Teleprompter
ta Vieja club officials to announce i company (Ire's president and ohiet

that the Vinicola Iicorera will I stockholder) migm pui iignu
again run the team this year j closed circuit TV ino theaters

with Grimas in tne capacity o "it maae me iuu, ICV-"
club president, Arturo Gomez del Kahn, a plumpish 40-year ow

Castro as general manager and who once was the zotn century

Billv Shantz a earn at field man- Fox mibicity cmei, num r.

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ager.
This year's pennant race will
include a new contender the Su Sugar
gar Sugar Kings of Code (Azucareros
ue Code). The Sugar Kings will
be sponsored by veteran baseball
entnusiast and sportsman Eric
Delvalle. The others clubs will ue
the Cerveza Baiooa and Chesterfield.

Among the league officials who

way out and he is the last to find aueuueu were riaui (Lul) Arango,

out. ipresiuem; Carlos tu. ueivaiie, sec-
The Boston Red Sox once j relary-treasurer; KoDerto Aleman,

bought the whole Louisville tran-iyjce presiuent and Joe Nacnio.

SHOCK TREATMENT

T" VjEIV AC
TO
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j POSITIVELY
' ELEVATiMCJ

chise to Bet Reese, but Joe CrO

nin was the big club's manager
and short-stop. He wanted to stay
and he knocked Reese as "not be

ing an American League hitter.
Ted McGrew of Brooklyn thought

Rut that was. he reminds you, I differen'lv and he persuaded Lar-

0 vain apn and now he talks a Irv MacPhail to nay $60,000 for

out his future. "I've got that the then-smallish Reese. When Lar-

torm window business in Louis- ry 80t his firft look at Pee Wee

ille." he was saying, "ana i just he fumed.

nnrt an insurance agency. Jsay-1 "This euv isn't big enough to

ht it'll be that. I BOn't know.

'I'd like to stay in DaseDaii in

bme caparity. I don't want to

faianage, I know mat, i ooui
lhink I have the tempera ment

Bulzy Bavasi had me meet him

IJOIUmOUS, unio, in irat.
. i i l 1 1 TI-

Pas betore tney nireo wwn.- "c
fered me the job and I turned

t down.

"A eoach? I don't know. Yes,
hil Biizuto announces. He's do-

t pretty good, but I don't know
lether I'd like that. I 't
ow what to tell you. But I know
. tkL.r.1t th.v havo in lift is

pile iiinig n
pis and I'm out."

He turned his thumb aown.
"THIS IS A COLD business," he

mused. "But Whatever happens

lyou won't hear a word of com com-fclaint
fclaint com-fclaint from me. It's been fine up

an now."

He talked hke a guy who wag

carry the money, much less ne
worth it," Larry rasped.
But Reesf ?n' huskier and he
was wor h $44,000 a year for a
time. The Dodgers now pay him
$35,000 but that can't go on much
longer Reese says. "I still can
play." He knows what happens to
baseball veterans but he refuses
to believe, it.

; It is, however, different with
Bavazi, the general manager.
"Reese?" he said wneii ca'"?ht

on the run later. "Oh, Pee We

'aOewants. ,., ..,1.,,.

That's the standard answer. But
press Bavasi and you get the
one Reese doesn't want to hear.
"Pee Wee," Buzzy said quietly,
"wjpII. he has a good thing going
for him in Louisville, you know.
Storm windows. Insurance, too.
Pretty good."

telling me we couldn't handle it,
with our technical equipment anfi

theater background. Who cared a a-hc.u't
hc.u't a-hc.u't hnxine? I saw one ight in

my life-Money? I didn't need it.
But I couldnH resist the chal challenge."
lenge." challenge."
So in one year Kahn has com completely
pletely completely revolutionized the boxing
business. He made a $30o.oou
score putting the .second Ray
Robinson Carmen Basilio fight
into the nation's theatr.es before
a record paying audience of 364, 364,-000.
000. 364,-000.

He tok a hard sell attraction

Also present were spur us writers like Patterson-Harris, underwrote

J. J. Harrison Jr., Victor Gra

Kogelio dim, i.iiis Pinto Arose Arose-reena,
reena, Arose-reena, Arquimeoes (Fats) Ken.rii
aez, Ernbsto E. Argote, Conrad.,
Sargeant and Marcos Montilla ar,u

umpire Guillermo (Willie) Hinds

and team representatives Eric Ar Arturo
turo Arturo Delvalle, Raul (Baby) Aran Arango,
go, Arango, Guilemo Tribaldbs and Stan
donl Graham.

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Bod Wilkinson denies, but heat heat-idly,
idly, heat-idly, that he was ever offered a
pro coaching job ..by the Chica

go cardinals, or anyone eise. sure,
I talked to Walter Wolfner, day

before the Orange Bowl game...;.
i ft -La.

nut au ne asxea me was wnai
kind of coash Pop Ivy (since hir-

d by the Cards) was, and I

aiu, umb

Wilkinson, poking Jim Tatum

in the ribbs re the furore over
his Senate testimony against the

pro djfaft : "Tht's, the only con controversy
troversy controversy you ever stayed out of
Tatum."
Bobby Layne's plenty hot be because
cause because he's second fiddle on the
Lions so far this autumn .and
has been getting on the other

guys for not putting up a better
wall around his passing efforts

...not every Aussie's crazy about

the feats of super-nviler Herb El Elliott
liott Elliott a fellow Aussis, Alex Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, blurted after one of his
wins in the States: "Too bad it
had to be that bloody Elliott. He's
Won everything else already."..,
A big Adolph Rupp Frank Mc Mc-Guiro
Guiro Mc-Guiro feud is brewing down
South ..ever since Colonel Adolph
invaded McGuire's North Caro

lina territory to preach, "I don't

nave to go oui or tvemucxy to
get most el my boys."...
Otto Graham on coaching: "The
biggest thing you have to learn
is to say something, but say no nothing.
thing. nothing. Delegate authority. Then
if something goes wrong, blame

it on one of your assistants

Final Graham tidbit

Army Atlantic Bops
Curundu In Teener
Basketball League
Friday evening at the Fort Da
vis gymnasium. The Army Atlan

tic basketball team defeated the
boys from Curundu by the score
of 58 to 33. i

The r&st quarter Was the only
closely played one of the game,
after that, there was no question
as to the final outcome. AA mi 'it

up a lead in the second quarter
that was never, headed, and b;

half time they were well in front
by 26 fo 14.
Taking advantage of their tre tremendous
mendous tremendous height under both boards,
Army Atlantic controlled b o t
backboards, and Curundu actual

ly saw very few rebounds. Cu

rundu, fresh trom an overwneim overwneim-ing
ing overwneim-ing 91 to 17 win over Fort Am.
dor, just didn't have it, and drop dropped
ped dropped lurther behind in the thuu
quarter.

AA put in tneir secona team in
with half of the third quarter re
maining, and win Curundu fight fighting
ing fighting hard to ome from behind,
all they did was tire themselves

out.
To sive his first team a break,

manager Bob Carlin pulled Ui
first tem also, and put in various
substitutes, but the gm wis
well out of reach by that time.

"Big" Stromberg and crooK
were hieh men for Army Allan.

tic with 18 points apiece, whii.:
Joe Garcia with 11, a'nd Annate

with nine were high r tne ios,

ers.

i
In other games of the week, Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu de eated Amador in anoth another
er another one-sided affair SI to 17 with
3n Lastinetr pouring in 30

points, followed by "Goose" Aria,
to and Joe Garcia wi h 26 and 24
each. Fort Clayton managed j
squeeze bv Army Atlantic by five
points 51 to 46, and Albrook ae
treated Kobbe That still leaves
Clayton and Albrook tied for the
league lead with five wins and a
single loss, followed by Army At Atlantic.
lantic. Atlantic. Curundu, Kobbei and A-mador.

the entire production, riskea a
possible loss of $350,000 and
brought off an announced million
dollar gate. It was, Incidentally,
the fifth fight he ever saw.
Kahn has opened a multi-million
dollar avenue of boxing gates

and revived the fight spectaculars.
Ironically, the IBA. which gives

fights away for free on home-TV,

gave him the wedge, rne mc
moved into the closed TV field
throueh an outfit called Theatre

Network Television (TNT), mod moderately
erately moderately successful in staging the
Marciano-Cockell figlit. Kahn, a;

roused by Irish, made a bid tor

the first Robinson-Basilio fight

and was squeezed out by tnt,
"Show vou what nice guy we
are," said the TNT boys. "We'll
let you have for outlets for the
fight, too."
They wersv Medford, Ore.; A A-marUlo,
marUlo, A-marUlo, Tex.; Orlando, Fla., and
Dutluth. Minn cities that TNT
couldn't service anyhow tor lack
et facilities.
"On the face of It," shrugs
Kahn, "scraps like telling a guy
he could have Siberia."

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ati'e., o.i lue riiu o. space-suuu
i.a.iwi i,ut wt arc one i uie -vm
,c s-ii unu inavine the
ham w.y.
c. you've nearu ol Clia
vez huviue. It's the Cut anu w
(j. L. ill'I'i'l
ikUlOUa t UOOmS iuu'i" ""b J-

Any number of people have scei inimical to the public wellare.
the pyramius kj, uie lean i The corkscrew road cons inter,
lower u. i-iam aiiu me uj minaoiy ihuiu uie aaarpiy rising

Oiounu, tne tough uttie car inching
upward, bumpily ano perilous,,.,
pttssuifc c.i ..j.c an manner at
iOul rubbish and wretched retu .e
l-'ointing to a clutter oi old tires,
cans, mottles ano uecaying timb timbers,
ers, timbers, O'Milley chuckled wryly;

I "The opposition claim 1 plan. id
the s in. .ow how wor'h

uw uiuj or less the place is."
lui ..o. ..una lueir .uiuit muiic. Aiore iw.. turns, dips and
tur t;e"Ci'aiouj, .m ui. iuo irises and' finally the little car
uiiMsiiu uiiuii as lam ui squ... jand bush then comes to a suuucr.
aeuciuc. v.... wi soal groaning stop on a Hat desolate
pascuie jut m i.me even uie patch that looxs no larger than
lc iiuumi... "Ul ',u jpool table, i ms is highest peak
uu..uBa.ui ui ....i .a the ravine,
uc... w.e, no We find ourselves only hall lis-

uouu., io i.ujiuvc .!.. ituing as u maiiey gestures and

s.anw.io- describes the engineering miracles
uij.u me utvaij uuiuii auuuc. which must be accomplish o
ly fu up .a me iicv, s M"i make the place suitable lor sta sta-oi
oi sta-oi uie oau mi: lauieis were dium and playing field. We aro

USllli, lO t-i!
icy to o.....
avtu.c u.

suaUC tUlui O

..CO ltttu.1 i c ..i

a cil.iV u a Milt

ii .o ciciiL

-t'eutei' iocai

tne

capuvaiea Dy uie Dreamless ano
rama as the vast, sprawling city
rolls gemly way on all siaes, a urn urn-malic
malic urn-malic moving tumult of scene
charm and splendor. As a seitin
or a baseball stadium it could

: scarcely be matched anywhere i
i"C(jJt'woJ-ld. On that count alone we

leu it would be tragic if O'Mahey

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LOOK, TOO

action. TheyiMaj. Gen. John B. Medaris, head

. f -j i.;..u r A uli:: ::i

a. lord 10 IKnore our iuku- ui uie aoiiv uanisucs missile

"Mere imswrtant," winks Kahn,
"having those four outlets gave
me the rights to look at and stu study
dy study all the figures."
Theatre sales for the first Rob
inson-Basilio fight ran 62 per cent
of available seats. In his four

"obscure" markets, Kahn sold S3
per cent. So when it came a a-round
round a-round to the re-match, fortified
with figures, Kabn uoped the bid bidding.
ding. bidding. Even this might not havr

done any good.
"Rut uvi Kahn "f h TRC

was faced with the little matter telephones to his good friend,

of an antl trust

couldn't
er bid."

Tht fight grossed $1,400,000.
This is just lp jn the bucket
tomfared to what a tteraM tteraM-Marciano
Marciano tteraM-Marciano dreanf match might
haul in. Kahn in the back of his
mind, top, has a systematic plan
that cotild revive all of boxing
and bring back a flow of new
talent by incorporating small
clubs into his closed TV network.
He's also angling to move into
baseball when the home-TV con contract
tract contract for the World Series ex expires
pires expires in 1960. "The way it's go go-inff
inff go-inff riffht now." he asserts, "base

ball could be in serious trouble
in five years. I think we tan
show them how to save it."

So this roly-poly promoter, a
one-time baton twirler at Alaba Alabama,
ma, Alabama, sits behind an impressively
modern desk at 311 W. 43rd St.,
a B r r ml (,... .. rlinlmif

a OlOCK oil limes aijunic, unm

vam ior

X U.tl- ll S
Place eiljOyo

uiuj ui-.. v.. ... ii..at oeaien
oc'aoiscuii a uiu4e siaiut an.,
jajiu .uausueiu uecou.ui,t rjots Not Lick Support
...o., o ..i.j "i. x.iv-.i I Much oi the opposition again?t

was oui. a sucwsi-ui iciciciiucm (j Maney u politically inspired,
pui nun uacit in again, vviicicu... j Conceivably some of it stems

,-s. acung on jrom the theater industry whai

views night baseball as conirct-

a taxpayer's complaint, clippeu i.u
emoa.uo uuj .wu. wiui what
may eventually prove to oe a

thai puiicn; ne imcu mat tne ori original
ginal original ueai was illegal, hence we
reierenuuni improper.
f'KKin. i oo rrwitful
The decision has been appea eo.
O'maiiey s ioeai oeagies are opti

mistic. O M alley a lawyer nnu

Hive, n is also possible the race
tracks are disinclined to help fur
ther his program.
In most business circles, how however,
ever, however, the club onwer does not
support, nor is he personally un
popular. These businessmen re repudiate
pudiate repudiate the clamor that he is per

petrating a "land steal, their pc

oniy nopeiu.. opinion samples! sition is that the city made cer

program in which Teleprompter
is deeply inVolved and thumbing
copies of Ring Magazine and the

baseball Sporting News.
"You know," he says, "I'm be
ginning to get a kick out ef these
sports people."

coniidemiy predict the judge s

cision win oc sustained. But m,
lose or corpus delicti, the Uo.il,
ers will stay put. me pickings out
there are nmcn too truit.ul.
io sec ciiavcit navuie me hard
way. .more correctly the fright frightening
ening frightening way. .you go by car O' O'-Malley
Malley O'-Malley requests his chauffeur to
time the trip as we Start from the
Dodgers' office In downtown Los

Angeles. Eigni minuies later we
are there and the car, in low gear,
noses slowly, cautiously up nar narrow,
row, narrow, treacherous dirt-rutted road.
"One of the pivotal points In the
Utieat;on Wps the road," O' Malley
volunteeered.
"To build we would have to close

lit, and apprently that would be

tain specific promises to get the

club and is there ore obligate--! to'
honor them.
Actually the proposition has been
somewhat distorted. No practical
fuse can be rrnde if much of tha
property, some 60 acres aro
spread over slones so starly steep

as to be worthless. A city reser reservoir
voir reservoir commands 23 acres. Less than
100 acres, all told, would be utilis utilised
ed utilised for stadium and parking, and it
would be the first such stadium
financed by private capital in near nearby
by nearby 40 years. If O'Malley loses and
the odds appear to be against him
. .baseball in general must see
with him. .for this could be th
gsmes most spectacular show cast
a national attraction in itself.

Walter ODfalley

Soon. . but VERY SOON

at

ZIG-ZAG
The long-waited SALE

as well as

shrugged the prof. "Keep m.

Maybe you'll find something in

teresting." ...and still the
halfback flunked

Merdith (phsically),

the otherguy.....
Give you an idea how the mana managerial
gerial managerial magic of Paul Bichards
works- his leading pitcher in per-

star rentage this year is Arnie Porto-
carrero, salvaged from the Kansas

I City A's and Arnie became a
The surprise package In the, new pitcher under Richards with
camp of the Cleveland Browns is two simple changes ia his hurl hurl-the
the hurl-the littlest one of them all, Le- ing style (1) he now naps his
roy Bolden, a 5-6 service returnee I wrist on the delivery closer to
who played at Michigan State his body to put his shoulder into
and buckine a ha I back contin-1 the Ditch and get more power.

Standing j gent that's most loaded of all the 1(2) he grips his fast ball across

on the sidelines, l nave to re- positions on tne squaa....
mind myself. You're a coach now. 1 '-tSit
tSit '-tSit back and let the kids do It." j Nick Kerbawy, the irrepressible

id

me

Efforts are being mada to form front office man who's switched

a Buffalo Minneapolis Houson-! from pro football to pro basket basket-New
New basket-New York combine as a nronc hall, measure his Drogess from

tn secure entrv Into the maiors school teachine to Michlsan State on the day ef his 23rd bout

with a concerted effrot.... publicity to the De roit Lions to j vs. Floyd Patterson ...Mrs. Harris,

the Pistons by tne tact ne s

seams to maae u rise, wnn
seam to make it dip, giving

him more variety in his throwing
assortment. ...
For whatevder significance it

had, Roy Harris' wife turned a...

Ture story: a professor at a
Midwestern university wanted to
bend over backwards to help the
football squad, especially since one

w inf star halfbacks tn tne class j for finding dribblers....

as on tne verge of flunking out

bought a bigger house with each
job .' ..and the latest acquisition
has a 41-foot pool which he
can afford at 50 grand a year

the

he bumped into the grid coach

oh campus, a sheaf of papers
flew out, the coach bent over to

pi them up noted t!sy wereiedith, his great

marked "funal exams. ... Just plays too hard.

Most unique complaint wo ever
did hear: Bill Meek of Southern
Methodist fro wing that Don Mer-

passer junior,

afraid that ms

hapfcned to have them on me," I hard-nosed attitude could hurt

incidentally, is ted up with

Cut 'N Shoot hick routine..
Between you'n'me,- wonder It
any school ever latched on to a
grid prospect like LSU did Billy
Camion, who could be the
whirlwind back of the nation this
fall.. .Cannon got into some, juve juvenile
nile juvenile trouble around Baton Rouge
...and was put on probation by
the ludge to stay close to home
and report regularly ... which
meant he had to go to LSU.....

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kitchen, beside corner house
across Drugstore, First Street
No. 2, Parquo Lefevre. $45.
Tel. 3-6710.
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
Tl-132 4th of uly Avenue or
phone Hopkins. Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment with two bedrooms, six
closets, living, dining room,
porch, kitchen and garage, in 46
street No. 2-61. For information
call to Tel. 3-1423.
FOR RENT: $90 modern fur furnished
nished furnished 2 room apartment, 5 1st
street No. 30, call Tela. 3-7069
or 3-6480.
50.00 furnished apartment.
North American neighboori, yard.
Tel. 2-3343 or 3-0471.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
furnished, 2 bedrooms, living
room, dining room, independent
services. San Francisco 86th
afreet No. 6, near Rooaevelt
Theater.
Mrs. Indiana Burton
Dies; Funeral Riles
Tomorrow Afternoon
Funeral services will be con conducted
ducted conducted for Mrs. Indiana Walters
Burton tomorrow at 3 p.m. in
the Seventh Day Ad ventist Church
at Cabo Verde.
A native of Jamaica, B.W.T.,
Mrs. Burton died at her residence
on 34th Street yesterday after an
illness of about five years. She
was 74 years old.
She is survived by her hus husband,
band, husband, Stephen Burton, whom she
married in 1945 after being wi widowed
dowed widowed by her first husband sev several
eral several years before.
Other survivors include her par parents,
ents, parents, John and Mary Walters of
Clarendon, Jamaica, and ofur a a-dopted
dopted a-dopted children: Horetio Archer,
Mrs. Teresa Markland, Mrs. El El-ma
ma El-ma Shepherd and Mrs. I n z
Kerr.
Burial will take place In the
Pueblo Nuevo Cemetery following
the services, which will be con conducted
ducted conducted by Pastor W. H. Waller.
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KNOW HER?-for two
month authorities In Omaha,
Neb, have been trying to iden identify
tify identify this girl. She Is known to
them only as Jane Doe. In this
photo, she looks downcast and
mussed, but now Jane h bright bright-eyed,
eyed, bright-eyed, cheerful and In good phys physical
ical physical health, but completely un uncommunicative.
communicative. uncommunicative. She Is at th
Douglas County -hospital, ..
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CORPORATION
is sellinr all
Brand of Records...
FAR BELOW United States
PRICES.
It-inch LP RECORDS
1.35 Up
New releases bimonthly.
PANAMA RADIO
CORPORATION
Across 'La Merced" Church.
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INTERNAL DK PUBLIC AC10NES No. S Lottery Plaza e CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 O LOURDRS PHARMACY 12 La Carraaquilla FABMACIA LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 26 "B" Street e MORRISON 4th of July Ave. & J St. f LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvell No. 4 e FARMACIA EST ADOS UNIDOS-149 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX let Central Avenue e HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fee. de la Oaaa Ave. No. 41 e FOTO DOMYJusto Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. e
r ARM AC 1 A VAN DER-JIS 50 Street No. 53 e FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parq ue Lefevre 7 Street e FARMACIA "SA8" Via PORRAS 111 e NOVEDADES
A THIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre COLON OFFICE: 15th Street and Amador Guerrero No. 14,221.

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1955 Oldemobile
"Super 88" hardtop. Black with
radio, hydramatic and other
Df luxe equipment, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, throughout. Tel. Gatun
5-566 or Cristobal 3-2430.
FOR SALE: Bargain !!) Two Two-tone
tone Two-tone (Black & Cream) 2 -door
Chrysler "New Yorker" 1957
automatic (button) power steer steering.
ing. steering. Radio, tires fir upholstery
in excellent condition. Low mile mileage
age mileage and duty pad. For infor information
mation information Tel. 3-7478 Panama.
FOR SALE: Studebaker Com Commander
mander Commander Y-8 coupe. Starlight
Regal 1954. Property 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 11:00 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 through
August 31. 1958 by mail by the
the undersigned at the below
address. Terms cash., The right
to reject any or all bids it reserv reserved.
ed. reserved. Balboa Heights.
W. H. DE VORE
Executor
Box 253
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford V-8,
Custom convertible; radio, heater,
overdrive, leather upholstery.
Unusually clean.. 3-0340.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford station
wagon, 9 passenger, Fordomatic,
radio, wsw nylon tires, duty
paid, $1800.00. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Call Panama 3-0945 No,
19, 44th street Bella Vista.
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FOR SALE: 1950 Buick 4-door
sedan, Hydramatic, good tires
$300.00 Cell 2-1827, 5:00 to
6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE; 1948 Oldsmobile,
available August 29. Hydramatic,
radio, good tires, good condition,
duty paid. Phone Curundu 4213,
Apt. 5, Mr. Fouquette, between
4 and 5:30 p.m.
The Magic Super Seasoner
AJI-N0-M0T0
(Monosodium Glutamate)
Available now in the
Canal Zone.
Classes in Ballet Tap and
Toe Taught by
DOROTHY CHASE
will he resumed in October.
Registration dates to be
announced later.
August 15 to Sept. 15
8 DAT
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air far, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave every Tues. and FrI.
F1DANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 3-1661
$ for 5
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
The New
SP
NIKON
With4 built-in Universal
Vlewflnder System
Panama Col6n

Miscellaneous I

FOR SALE: Photo, hobby, out outfit,
fit, outfit, $20. Dishes, $1. Call 2 2-4497.
4497. 2-4497. Aneon, Bids. No. 0589-A.
FOR SALE: 1958 Opal Rekord,
4000 miles, 6 months use, like
new. Baby bod and mattress.
Baby stroller, aluminum. Perfect
condition. Phone Balboa 3214
after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Tape recorder RCA
Victor, 2 speeds, dual track, like
new, 4 months use, $100.00.
Call 2-2608 until 1 :30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Camera, Argus C-3,
telephoto and other attachments,
$40.00. Phono 2-3097.
;NO SPACE MAN This is not )
I a man equipped tor outer space
'exploration. The cover-up suit'
J is a new one devised to pro-j
itect crews servicing missiles'
; against the highly corrosive
'chemicals that they must
! handle. Developed by the Army,
Quartermaster Corps, the new
I ensemble covers the crewman
: from head to foot with impelC
imeable material. Breathing is
done through the M-15 mask,
which feeds' compressed air
from the small tanks.
SEALED OFF- Israel's bo boning
ning boning of American and British
tanker planes Over its territory,
has put snother link in the fence
(shaded ares) that surrounds
Jordan. The normal land supply
route is through Syria, a border
now sealed. The Iraq border
was closed with the July 14 re re-bellion.
bellion. re-bellion. Only the port of Aqabe
li open. Gasoline end vital sup supplies
plies supplies must now be trucked hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of miles scross the desert.
uiuv nci ivmn& ARMS
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JAKARTA (UPD United States
dinned auietlv into
Jakarta harbor yesterday with the
first sea transported shipment of
American military equipment for
Indonesia,' it was learned to
day. The arrival of the speedy
transport ships was veiled in the
same secrecy that surrounded the
airlift of new arms to jaicaria ny
United States Air Force Globe-
masters j
AIR CONDITIONERS
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Capacities to fit any require requirements.
ments. requirements. 5 years guaranty
Duty free. Price for C. Z.
residents.
TROPELCO, S.A.
45th St. b d Via Espafia
TEL. 3-1285

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FOR SALE: Leaving must sell
one 9 piece, dining room sat,
cream color, two living room
( chairs. Ave. Nacional No. 36.
Apto. 9.
FOR SALI: 3 pc. living room
set, mahogany, cream plastic
cushions, $125. House 6418
Loaf Ries, phone Balboa 3549
after 4- p.m.
FOR SALE : We st inghouse re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, 9 'ft., 60 cycle, food
unit, $75.00, heuaa 05 30-A,
Ancon. Phone: Balboa 3064.
OR SALE: Dining table, eight
chairs, native mahogany, "bianco
sucio" finish. Balboa 2896. $90.
FOR SALE: Leaving Zone, tele television
vision television 17" $15. Pontiac 51, with,
radio $160. 5th St. 21 1 3-B, Cu Curundu.
rundu. Curundu. FOR SALE:; Automatic cooker
and deep fry, 460 Ancon Blvd.

Did Living Cost Go Up? Labor Dept.
At Odds With Private Firms' Answer

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NEW YORKJUPI) Did the
cost of living rise or fall last
month?
The government said it rose
by 0.2 per cent. The National In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Conference Board, a
highly respected private research
group, said it fell by 0.1 per cent.
The Department of Labor's Bur Bureau
eau Bureau of Labor Statistics started
keeping tabs on the cost of living
in October 1919. The conference
bogrd started in mid-1918.
Since those days there have
been times when the indexes have
agreed precisely. At other times
they have disagreed widely. Wht
accentuates' the current difference
is not so much the gap of three
tenths of a percentage point but
the occurrence of the gap at the
point where it means either a rise
or a decline,, f.s
But why should there be differ
ences at all since both indexes
seek to measure the same thing?
It's not because of errors or the
size of the staffs of either organ
ization although the 'government
staff is larger, experts say. Rath
er, the reason involves different
procedures for collecting informa information,
tion, information, i
The major areas of disagree
ment in the July indexes were in
the food and transportation sec sectors.
tors. sectors. The BLS showed fbod costs
off 4.1 per cent and transportation
up one per cent. The NICB re reported
ported reported food off 0.3 per cent and
transportation up 0.6 per cent.
r.ach index collects data from
different set of cities, although
there is overlapping. The confer
ence board's food data repre represents
sents represents information from four large
cities New York, Chicago, Los
Angeles and Houston collected
monthly, and 12 smaller cities col collected
lected collected quarterly. The Labor De
partment's food calculation is ar
rived at by sampling 46 cities
monthly.
In the transportation component
both indexes gather data quarter
ly with some data for the BLS
collected semi-annually.
An analysis of both indexes
shows that month-to-month differ differences
ences differences between them generally iron
themselves out and establish a
trend over a period of several
months.
Take the May and June changes
in the public transportation seg segments
ments segments of both indexes, ifor ex
ample. In May the BLS showed

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TANK DEFENSE A section of a railroad tank car is lowered
into a hole on the grounds of (he Gerald Federgreen family of
Topeka, Kans. They will use it as a tornado shelter and say
neighbors will be wetenmc. The shelter, which cost $250, can

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Boats & Motors
Boat 'with' cabin suitable for off
there fiehirrf. 2228 feet.
Write P.O. Bex. 405 Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador giving details or call 2332
prior 1800 (6 PM).
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FOR SALE: 20 feet keel sloops
"Susannah" 5 p h. Johnson out outboard
board outboard included. $525.00 at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Yacht Club, V. Whitehead.
TaL 2-3014.
FOR SALE'. 35 h.p. '1951
j Evinrude. Approximately 60 hours
operation, fresh water, only $375.
Call after 4:30 p.m. Balboa
2-1409.
Dogs
FOR SALE : Registered beagle
hound, vary good with children.
86-4)43.
costs steady and in June an 0.9
per cent rise, while the NICB
snowea costs up u.u4 per ceni in
May and 0.3 per cent in June.
Averaging the changes over the
two-month period gives a differ difference
ence difference of only two points.
One heartening thing for con con-411,
411, con-411, three miles south of here.
The dead, all in one car, were
identified as Joe E. Bowles Jr.,
26, the driver, his wife, Mary Lou
Bowles, 25, and their daughter
Becky Jo Bowles, 2, all of Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Ky.; Mrs. Walter Stuckey,
56, Shelbyville, Ky.; and Mrs.
Mary Chandler Connors, 52, Mi-,
ami. Fla.
Trooper Wallace Mills, who in investigated,
vestigated, investigated, s,aid a technical
charge of manslaughter probably
womu De piacea against oHe dri
ver, Robert Raul Bailey, :38,
Dalttm, St.. IMie Tecovr. h !i
in Sweetwayer Hospitalin serious
cunuiuun.
Others injured in the Bailtvy cr
were Mrs. Stella Mae Bailey. 54,
his wife; and their wo grand grandsons,
sons, grandsons, Billy Sparks,' 6, and, Paul
Sparks, 4. ?
Mills said a third car driven
by Larry Don Russell, 19, of
Athens, Tenn, ran off the road,
injuring four occupants. The in injured
jured injured in that car were russell,
Gladys Rountree, Athens, and her
two children. Beekv. 11 .1
Tommy, 10.
OUTLIVES SEVEN SULTANS
IPOH, Northwest Malaya (UPIV
A Moslem living in Kuala Kang Kang-sar
sar Kang-sar near this tin mining town
claims he is 120 years old and a
British doctor said today th
claim was "justified."
Said to be the oldest living per person
son person in Malaya, Tuan JaM Abol Abolish
ish Abolish Bin Mat Isa has outlived, sev seven
en seven sultans of this morthwest Ma Malayan
layan Malayan state of Perak.
Dr. S. Underwood, who mm.
ined Tuan Haji Abdullah, said
that he was as healthy as a man
of 50 and could walk- without, sup support,
port, support, f
KOREAN MEETING CALLED
SEOUL, Korea (UPI)-A meet meeting
ing meeting of the military armistice com commission
mission commission will be held tomorrow in
the joint security" area near Pan Pan-munjom,
munjom, Pan-munjom, it was announced Mon Monday.
day. Monday. The United Nations command
said the meeting was called by
the Communists.

WANTED: Bilingual secretary j

shorthand, alte comptomelry.
Servicios y Colocacioncs 3-7028,
Camera de Comercio.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Mrs. Nana White: Your visit ac accounting
counting accounting department CASA AD ADMIRABLE
MIRABLE ADMIRABLE will be appreciated.
Lesson
Do rasa Waitaa School of Daltcing
Reopening September 4th. Regis Registration
tration Registration August 28th, 29th, 30th;
10:00 to 5:00 Knights af Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Hall, Balboa.
Ballroom dancing included in
all classes. Dorese Waites School
of Dancing.
Want to place, excellent maid.
After Sept. 15. Balboa 2-3405.
Willie Knows
The Ropes
.r. -i vTtA Wil.
HAKTr UivL, unn.
lie Pep, who is two years young
er than Ray Komnson, dui a vet veteran
eran veteran of far more fights, tells what
it's like to fight kids younger tita
he is constantly.
,fKeeping control is the most
important thing," Willie t o Id
Boxing Illustrated. "The man who
can make the other guy do,, what
he wants him to do will win ev
ery time. I aamn mai nm
hurt im the most imoortant
img ?
thing on my mind every tune i
step into one ot tnose tan iuwu
rings i ve oeen ngnung
"When I was a kid, I took
itlsWDl''ll'T 11 1 used to throw
rightaeads so I could suck thi
. in anil nail him. Now I
wouldn't lead with a right unless
it's n-emergency; like fooling
th nthnr into lettina me out of
thai rnrnor
I gotta control the pace of the
r;ht tnn u T Iri. those vnung
Xiiii, w. v
kids go full steam, I'd be worn
out in a few rounds. I slow it by
moving in and out ot cuncnes. i
nin the iriiv aeainst the ropes
and then spin him. Sometimes
the crowd boos and yells some
thing like, 'Pep, you're a bum
I. "the lrirl f! rrht I '
UOl avs. fj,-v. ;i, t, f.
"T hear them. But after all
thane liisri T'm used to name call
inir I know I gotta live to fight
nri if T'm sfonna live I got to
fitfhf mv nwn WAV.
"I got 12 straight wins now, so
mv.wav is right. Most of the kids
I fieht. I never heard of their
names until the ring announcer
introduces them. But you take a
chance even with kids you never
heard of.
"T'm in South Carolina some
place and this kid comes out of
the corner and clips me a ten
hnnlr unrler the eve Man I
started to black out. But luckily
he makes the mistaKe l nope ne
makes. He tried to tnrow Dig
rights at my chin. He couldn't
have hit me in a week."
PUFFED WITH PRIDE-With
a relaxing puff on her pipe, Mrs, 1
Louisa Jackson, of Thornton,
Colo., celebrated her 106th :
birthday. Believed to be the I
oldest double amputee in mtidi- i
cal history, she has been smok-
ing a pipe since she was eight
years old. That was back in
1860. Arteriosclerosis forced the
amputation of one leg when she
was 69. The other was cut off
when sbe was 102.

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SERVICES

TELEVISION SERVICE
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME. $3.50
You gat service the same day
Wf GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained tachni tachni-cians.
cians. tachni-cians. CraWfoM Agtnciaj. Phona
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
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, Hl-Ft, transmitter
repairs. Call Williams & Shirley.
Phone Panama 2-5113.
Protect your home-ana) proper property
ty property against insect damage.
Prompt acisntifie treatment est
emergency er monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 er Colon 1777.
l AFT at i i i Jafc r
.va 1 moiay pin ar
night at Tivoli Hotel or pa
lot. Reward. Call Balboa
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Sports Briefs
BANTAMWEIGHTS MATCHES
LOS ANGELES (U(PI) Bantam.
weights Little -Cezar of Manili
and Joe Beeerra of Mpxico CA4
have signed to meet in a log
round bout at Wftgley Field SeptJ
5. The bout Will' be a companion
feature ox the 12 -round fight bgJ
tween Carmen Basilio and Arl
Aragon.
NEW MOTORCYCLE CHAMP
DUQUOIN, ffl. (UPI) Caroi
Resweber of Milwaukee won Th
Amen e a n Motorcycle Assoi
jistnnrM.5, nstlAnal rhamninneh
Mb. V.. w.-.i .V.V" llUli..Ul, 1.
IcoCk the Cuquoin State Ft
stmray and. jet a new record
14, minutes, five and 12-100 sel
onds lor th 20mile event r
APPLIANCE
"AMANA" Built-in Freeser
6.6 cubic foot Can b
placed with or aroun
your kitchen cabine J
or in any suitable iti
tallation coppertrl
finish New introduct
offer!
Resrular $595.00
I Value for...$399.00
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Range Apartment eke
four burners very I
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 ttsetl 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 washes
in four minutes.
Originally $174.00
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(fan ft air extractor) ne never
ver never used but shopworn.
Originally $94.00
NOW . $69.00
"ESKIMO" fan 16" -need
perfect condition.
Originally $68.00
NOW . $49.00
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Negroes Try Smashing

At Second Little Rock High

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Aug. 26 (UPI) The Arkansas
legislature goes into emergency session later today to
nact anti-integration laws in a race against time with
the United States Supreme Court.
As the lawmakers gathered .to hear Gov. Orval Faubus
open the extraordinary session with a speech' outlining
his five-part program, Negroes renewed efforts to smash
the racial barriers at a second all-white high school in
strife-torn Little Rock.
It was learned that two Negro students would "defin "definitely"
itely" "definitely" join three others who tried to gain admittance to
white schools yesterday at the offices of school superin superintendent
tendent superintendent Virgil T. Blossom. One. a 15-year-old girl, wants
to go to Hall High, the school that drained approximately
1000 students from Central High School when Hall open opened
ed opened last year.
The other four seek to Join the seven students who
remain out of the group that touched off mob violence
at Central last year. It was anticipated that "several more
Negroes" would try to seek admittance to Hall and Cen

tral before registration closes
An historic special session of the
Supreme Court has been called for
Thursday by Chief Justice Earl
Warren and at that time the nine
men in black will have to come t
last to grips with the central issue
at Little Rock, and elsewhere in
the South
TonV.nir.al1v the hizhest court in
the land will be hearing a peuuon
from the National Association for
the Advancement of Colored Peo People
ple People that the Supreme Court vacate
or overrule a stay in the reinstate reinstatement
ment reinstatement of integration at Little Rock
Central High School.
But actually the Supreme Court
decision arising from next Thurs Thurs-,
, Thurs-, c fmirt rase will have to deal
with fundamentals, and all the
South is tensely awaiting
court's next action
For the central issue now involv involved
ed involved in the Little Rock school case
is whether a constitutional right
can be denied or delayed because
its enforecement would cause trou trouble
ble trouble in the community.
The Eighth Circuit Court of Ap Appeals
peals Appeals at St. Louis Mon. last week
reinstated the school integration
program in Little Rock, overrul overruling
ing overruling a Federal District Court
judge's order for a two and a half
year delay. The court did so in
these ringing words:
"The timt ha not ytt corn
In these United States when an
order of Federal court must
bo whittled away. or shameful shameful-'
' shameful-' ly withdrawn in the face of vio violence."
lence." violence." The rest of the South where in integration
tegration integration is being opposed in ev every
ery every legal and psychological fashion
is awaiting the court's action,
though not, it must be said, with
much hope.
For if the court were to overrule
the Circuit Court of Appeals and
sustain .the action of US District
Judge Harry Lemley, a moit des
tructive principal would be intro introduced
duced introduced into American law.
It would be a signal to the
hard-core Southerners that the
threat of voilence in e commu community
nity community it enough to cause the courts
to back away from integrating
the schools.
Those Southern states that
want to close the schools by slate
legislation would be encouraged to
take every legal delaying action
they could to intimidate the Negro
population and discourage them
from what is now supposed to be
their constitutional right.
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late today.

In his defiance of the nation's
executive and judicial authority,
Faubus is quoted today as saying
that he "hopes the Supreme Court
will be better informed on the si situation
tuation situation than was the President and
his advisers at the time of the
NewDorl. R. I. con'erence (in
'September 1957)"
These verbal blasts at author
ity are unlikely to sway the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court from following up
its decision of 1954 calling for
school integration with "all deli deliberate
berate deliberate speed." But they indic indicate
ate indicate the mood of defiance now
growing in many Southern com communities.
munities. communities. Its effect is being felt in near near-hv
hv near-hv Vircinia where a maior test

the of the Integration decision is ex ex-jpected
jpected ex-jpected when school opens in Sep

tember.
In Norfolk, where integration of
the public schools was supposed
to start this fall, despite a Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia law calling for the closing of
schools if it occurs, Federal Judge
Walter Hoffman has told the Nor Norfolk
folk Norfolk school board that he would
permit it to continue segregation
of students if the Supreme Court
approved a delay in Little Rock.
Thus all activity toward integra integration
tion integration in Norfolk, Arlington, New Newport
port Newport News and Charlottesville is at
a temnnrarv standstill a wail in p
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I the major decision of the Supreme
uouri nere later mis weeK.
Few people expect the court
can anything but but continue on
its course of ordering integration
with all deliberate speed. It is
unlikely to be intimidated by
threats of violence.
A quick ruling is expected from
the Supreme Court. The special
session was designed to give the
High Court time to settle the legal
case before the opening of the
school on Tuesday, Sept. 2.
Thi NAAPP Viae annealed frnm
the decision of a Federal District
Court which would delay integra integration
tion integration for 2 1-2 years. It also ap appealed
pealed appealed the ruling of the Eight
Circuit Court of Appeals staying
its preivous order outlawing se segregation
gregation segregation at the High School.
The organization originally di directed
rected directed its appeal to Justice Charles
E. Whittaker, who has authority to
rule on legal problems affecting
the eighth circuit while the high
court is in recess.
But the court said in announcing
the special session that Whittaker
"deemed it more appropriate for

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ALL THEY CAN DO IS SIT AND WAIT Six of the seven Negro children who will try to
register in Little Rock's Central High School sit In front of the Supreme Court Building in
Washington where the NAACP asked the court to take emergency action which would permit
them to attend the school. From left: carlotta Walls, 15; Meiba Pattillo, 16; Jefferson Thomas,
15; Minnie Jean Brown, 16; Gloria Ray, 15; and Elizabeth Eckford, 16.

the full court to pass upon such
a motion."
The White House had no com comment
ment comment on the court announce announcement.
ment. announcement. Press Secretary James C.
Hagerty referred to rhe Justice
Department all questions about
whether the Federal government
would intervene in the case.
There have been less than a
half-dozen special sessions of the
Supreme Court since 1920.
Among them have been emer emergency
gency emergency meetings to hear final ap appeals
peals appeals to half the execution of cap captured
tured captured Nazi saboteurs in Wortc
War II and Communist spies E E-thel
thel E-thel and Julius Rosenberg in 1953.
Faubus disclosed a live point
anti-integration legislative pro program
gram program yesterday.
He indirectly appealed to the
Supreme Court to approve a 30 30-day
day 30-day stay of judgment which the
Eighth U.S. Circuit Court of Ap Appeals
peals Appeals granted to the Little Rock
school board last Thursday.
"The Supreme Court, by approv approving
ing approving the stay, can then hear the
case on appeal, in an atmosphere
of comparative calm, rather than
in an atmosphere of conflict," he
said at the end of a statement on
the court's special meeting.
Faubus wants to postpone the
opening of Central from Sept. 2
to Sept. 8 to give the legislature
more time.
This part of his legislature pro program
gram program would necessarily have to
oe enacted into law before Sent.
2. By working with all speed, the
legislature can pass his whole pro program
gram program by 12:01 a.m. Thursday.
The bill to postpone Central's
opening and to allow him to close
it by simple proclamation are the
top points of his legislative pro program.
gram. program. The others include bills that
would give displaced student!
state aid to attend schools not
threatened with integration, ap appropriate
propriate appropriate money to finance the
program and transfer money to
the governor's fund to pay for
special elections.
Faubua said he also may ask
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the legislature to call a special
election so the voters of Little
Rock may express themselves on
wnetner mey want central inte integrated
grated integrated or segregated.
There is no doubt that the leg legislature
islature legislature wil give Faubus exactly
what he warns. Faubus said that
after it passes his legislation he
expects the lawmakers to pass
"a lot of measures" on their own.
Little Rock School superintend superintendent
ent superintendent Virgil T. Blossom threw re reporter
porter reporter Bryce Miller and photogra photographer
pher photographer John Jenkins of United
Press International out of his oi oi-fice
fice oi-fice yesterday for going in tb find
out what a group of Negroes
were doing there.
He apologized later.
"I was pretty rough and I'm
Scientist Suggests
Sweeper Satellites
In Science Paper
AMSTERDAM, Aug. 2fi (UPI)
An American scientist sug suggested
gested suggested today that large metal
satellites could sweep away the
high energy radiation band re
cently discovered above the
earth which he said threatens
to keep man from ever flying
higher than 250 miles.
The idea of sweeper satellites
was presented to the Interna International
tional International Astronautical Congress
by Prof. Fred Singer of the
University of Maryland as part
of a new theory which he be believes
lieves believes explains how the earth
came to have this deadly girdle
extending 40,000 miles above the
Equator.
Singer's paper was the scien scientific
tific scientific highlight of a day in
which officials strove to keep
behind closed doors a continu continuing
ing continuing dispute over Soviet Russia's
refusal to admit Nationalist
China to membership in the
International Astron a u t i c a 1
Federation.

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School
sorry for it," he said. "But I was
under pressure.
He said there were 14 Negroes
in his office, but he didn't know
whether any wanted to go to
wnne schools.-
One woman Milfer talked to
wanted to transfer a boy from one
Negro school to another.
Mrs. Herbert Clark,
Former Isthmian,
Dies In Norfolk, Va,
Mrs. Herbert C. Clark, wife of
the former director of Gorgas
Memorial Laboratory In Pan
ama and a longtime resident ot
the Isthmus, died August 18 in
Norfolk, Va., after a long ill
ness. She was 70 years old.
The former Jessie Wilson, she
came to the Canal Zone about
1907 and taught in the Canal
Zone schools during the con construction
struction construction period. She was mar married
ried married to Dr. Clark during his
tour of duty at Gorgas Hospital
and lived here for many years.
Dr. Clark retired recently and
is now living in Allentown, Pa.
In addition to her husband,
she is survived by a son, Mr.
John W. Clark, and three
grandchildren, all of Allentown.
Other survivors are two sis sisters,
ters, sisters, Mrs. O. A. Baum and Mrs.
H. C. Doughty, of Norfolk, and
two brothers', John J. Wilson,
of St. Bride's, Virginia, and
Paul S. Wilson, of Gatun.
BLAST PLOT FOILED
MULLAN, Ireland (UPI) Some
50 Royal Ulster Constabulary offi officers
cers officers began a search with tracker
dogs and mine detectors today
after an Irish border incident in
which one man was killed James
Crossan, 28, was shot to death by
constabulary officers while al allegedly
legedly allegedly attempting to blow up the
British customs post here. A sec second
ond second man was arrested.
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TELLS PLANS Rev. C. D.
Alstork, resident agent for
the NAACP, and chairman, of
the board of directors for the
.Little Rock branch, is shown
in Little Rock, Ark., where he
said, "Until we learn other otherwise,
wise, otherwise, the students, as of now,
intend to try to register at
Central High next week."
Superinten a e n t of Schools
Virgil Blossom has already
announced that the reeoiys
of the seven Negio students
at Central High have been
transfered to Horace Mann
Negro High School.
Okla. Negroes
Stretch Sitdown
At Sodafountains
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (UPI)
Negroes jresh from an integra integration
tion integration victory in 19 while churches
planned to tretch their soda
fountain sitdown strike today.
Only one church the Kelham
Avenue Baptist turned away Ne
groes who sought to enter Sunday.
Two others required members
of the protest group to take seg
regated seats but 17 churches put
no restrictions on the seating.
Meanwhile, members of the
Oklahoma City Youth Council of
the NAACP mapped strategy for
second week of a war of
nerves on department store soda
counters.
The group's sponsor, Mrs. Ciara
Luper, said today's main target
would be Oklahoma's largest de department
partment department store, the John A.
Brown Co. She said the Negroes
didn't plan to boycott the store
but wanted to encourage trade
there as a better argument for
being served.
The Negro group has concen
trated on stores which offer soda
fountain service as a sideline and
have segregated fountains.
The protest group of about 85
filled the Brown store luncheon luncheonette
ette luncheonette Saturday and waited for 16
hours without being served- Simi Similar
lar Similar sitdown measures last week
succeeded in breaking down seg segregation
regation segregation at Katz drug store and
the Kress variety store.
Daisy Churns Seas
225 Miles Seaward
Off Florida Coast
MIAMI, Aug. 26 (UPI) Hurri
cane Daisy and its 85 mph winds
churned parallel to the Fiorina
coast 225 miles out in the Atlan
tic today, and weathermen said
it probably would begin to veer out
to sea as the day wore on.
The Miami Weather Bureau said
Daisy aoses "no very serious
threat" to the southeastern United
States. But heavy swells whipped
up by the hurricane lashed the
coast line from Florida to Cape
Hatteras, N, C, and small craft
were advised to stay near shore.
At 5 a.m. the weather bureau
said Daisy was centered near la
titude 28.1 north and longitude 76.9
west or about 220 miles east of
Melbourne, Fla. the storm was
moving towards the northwest at
about five miles per hour.
Forecaster Walter Davis predict
ed that Daisy would continue mov moving
ing moving in the same direction for the
next 12 hours, then swing towards
the north with a slight increase
in speed. It was not expected to
build up noticeably in size or in intensity
tensity intensity during the day.
"While the hurricane at present
offers no serious threat to coastal
areas from North Florida to the
Carolinas," the Weather Bureau
said, "All interests should keep in
touch with future advisories until
curvature away from the cost
live is definitely established."
Mailmen Want
To Raise Defenses
Aqainst Biting Dogs
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-Mail-men
tried today to raise new de defenses
fenses defenses against their enemy, the
biting dog.
Resolutions to be introduced at
the 41st biennial convention of the
National Association of Letter Car Carriers
riers Carriers included:
A request that mailmen be
given federal law protection if at attacked
tacked attacked by dogs while on duty.
A call for free legal aid for
the dos t man-victim of a doa bits.

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Salute For Nautilus, Ricbver

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NEW YORK (UPI) The na
tion's biggest port said "well
done" for the whole nation yes
terday to Rear Adm Hyman G.
Rickdver and the cw of the
atomic submarine Nautilus.
Helicopters, fireboats, ferrier
and nearly every other vessel in
the harbor turned out to give an
ear-splitting salute to the Nautilus
on her arrival home from a trail-
blazing voyage under the North
Pole, topped off witp a record
transatlantic undersea crossing.
Thousands of persons lined the
waterfront in a heavy downpour
for a glimpse of the sleek grey
4-year-old Nautilus, the worlds
first atomic powered vehicle.
Most o" the crew members
stayed below deck out of the rain,
but they did not miss a thing.
They watched the reception on
television.
The greeting was dampened
neither by the storm nor by fears
n' tV vessel's nuclear reactor.
New York had the word of the
U.& Navy that the fears of the
Danes who barred the atomic sub submarine
marine submarine Skate from Copenhagen
were groundless.
The biggest reception for a war
vessel in many years was set off
at 7:45 a.m. by six fireboats. They
spouted huge sprays of water
as they circled the Nautilus in the
rain. A'ter the fire bpats came
helicopters, which hovered over
the Nautilus.
The Staten Island ferry tooted
its approval. Coast Guard '!''
naval vessels saluted, and so did
civilian craft.
The second installment of the
w-'onie comas up tomorrow,
with a ticker tape parade up
Broadway for the entire Nautilus
crew.
All but two Vessels were ordBred
to keep at least 50 yards from
the Nautilus, as a precaution
againsf collision. The exceptions
were the photographers' boat and
the tug that took Rickovei out to
board the Nautilus for her trium trium-hant
hant trium-hant entry to the port.
The Nautilus paused wnile Rick-
bver was piped aboard the first
of the fleet of nuclear craft that
'vp hroutrHt him' the nickhair" of
"Father of the Atomic Sub
marine.
Rickover came to New York as
President Eisenhower's personal
representative -at New York's re reception
ception reception for the Nautilus. A s con controversial
troversial controversial figure, the admiral was
not invited to recent White House
ceremohies honoring the captain
of the Nautilus.
That omission was made up for
yesterday with the cheers of the

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