The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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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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AMID CLOUDS OF STEAM billowing from the Panama Steel Corporation's electric-arc pir pir-nafce,
nafce, pir-nafce, President Ernesto de la Guardia. Jr., yesterday wielded (with the aid Of a plant tech tech-niqian)
niqian) tech-niqian) an oxygen lamp which broi a clay plug and freed the mill's first pour of molten
metal. Cabinet members and steel company officials surrounded the Chief Executive. Canival
Queen Dorita BurreJL who wore, her best gold tembleques, wis the only official feminine guest.

irnestito Opens New Steel Mill

Panama's first heavy industry went fnta production yesterday when Preeidwit
Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr., pulled a clay plug from an electric ire furnace to send
a bright ribbon of molten steel gushing into a ladle. The President used an oxygen
lamp to break the plug.
Stepping carefully amid the heat, sparks and steam tHrqwn off hy the furnaces
of the Panama Steel Corporation (Siderurgica Panama, S.A,.) were cabinet members
and other government officials, directors of the steel plant architects and contractors.
At the $700,000 plant on Tocumen H ighway, the mill's Panamanian and Ameri American
can American backers hope to produce all of the 6.000 tons of reinforcing steel and other
mall steel forms for which Panama has up to now been spending $1,000,000 abroad.
Excess production will be offered for sale in Central America.
Also, instead of the scrap iron which becomes available in Panama being sold to
other countries, it is expected to be absorbed and reworked into the pour of the

new milL

Civic Council leaders on the Atlantic Side and Gov. William
Potter will become television stars tonlgpti
Tape recordings and still pictures taken last nicht at the

Governor's first community meeting at the new community at

Coco Solo will be featured in a program to be broadcast simul

taneously oTer C.F.N, radio and television networks tonight start starting
ing starting at 7 SO.

The Breakers Club, where the meeting was held, was decked

out with palm leaves for the show and everyone sported an ex extra
tra extra smart crease in their trousers for the event. The 200 chairs

crammed into the forum of the club were all filled and many

had to stand around the sides.

Who Must Go Through Colon

The mill's electric arc furnace
and battery of rolling machine
are placed for a continuous pro process
cess process under the 40-ft. roof of the
200 by 150 ft. plant, OBr,
Of structural steel framing, th(
mil has corrugated steel ro
and concrete floor. Scrap is col collected
lected collected and stored outside.
' Yesterday: after the ladle intn
which President de la Guardia
had released the first pour had
been filled to its brim, it was lift lifted
ed lifted by a peat crane swung fron
overhead and edged into position
for pouring steel ingots into up
right pipetmoulds.
Six at a time these red-hot in ingots
gots ingots were lifted from the moulds
and set te cool. Later each is re
heated in an oil-burning furnace
and put through the rolling mil'
to form the steel shapes requir-
Master of ceremonies for yes yes-terday's
terday's yes-terday's ceremony was Roberto
Eisenman president of th, Steel
Corporation. Other local back backers
ers backers include Eduardo and Ante Ante-nle
nle Ante-nle Arrive, Eugene MeGreth,
George Novey, Reberto Heur Heur-matte,
matte, Heur-matte, Louis Martinx, Roberto
Motta and Louis Somtner, who
i renting the land for the mill-

Vrchmshop Francis JsecKin:n

nouneed a blessing ror ine

cture during the opening pro

sversi American technician";

brought from the States have
been training Panamanians to o o-vpnfialr
vpnfialr o-vpnfialr take over their rssron
sibilitiel. Panamanian labori"
hive also been under intens've
training.
Eventually the mill expects to
employ, about 100 persons, as pro
dufion rises.
Thar mrm Jihont JAQ local
atoekhelder, manv f whom
will irpect th, plant thl
erneoni' Yeterdv' visiting
reup "wet kept te a minimum
to aveW '' ccH.vnta.
Wh'n mill construction s'tartpr1
lsr Junuarv, Euaene Salineer, n'
PhiladJohia, a metallurgist
v,(.nf en)nr who came
to Paoiima to get it started. sa
hm,Hu''i',n ? xyxWpd to rech
60ftn ions dunng first 12 mnn"1"
'-r -'i-pto-i-' that, th?
nlint. -s rn'-'ed its sights: to
br fmn tons.
Irin2 the second year, it I t
In turn out 10,000 tons, with nrn:
im to 20,000 tons thercali
er as demand indicates.

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Panama has heretofore been im

porting some 7000 tons of steel

a year in the categories the mil,
can make. Most of it has come

from Europe and Chile.

Salinger, who is; second vice vice-president
president vice-president of the corporation, has
r-nintained all along that
though the mill will seek a
measure of tariff protection, it
it not the policy of backers to
sell its product at a i higher
price than that at which it can
be Imported.
Certain businessmen and const!
mers have expressed fear that
the mill, like certain other inrtus
tries, would result in higher con construction
struction construction costs in Panama, jhd
eventually higher costs for Homes
and road.
The mill has now sought Ujriff
protection on a sliding scale, dp
pendent on fhuc.tuatirrg wices. This
will come up for consideration by
the National ssemb'y.
Yesterday, Eisenman confirmf'
Salinger' stand, w:h the qualifi qualification
cation qualification that the mill would
haps seem to be setting a higher
local price than the bottom prir
might have besn when European
and Asian nations began a nat

ai policy of dumping steel uii

L.atHi America to get dollar c
change.

of this lately.

Eisenman said that when Hio
mill was started its production
position looked to good it did
not expect te need tariff aid.

But since then world prica

have been depressed.
For a large order today, F
spnrnan said, the mill can qnot
$125 a ton. Some imported ster

is being offered around Mu.

some at a higher cost.
Backers said yesterday the qua quality
lity quality of the steel produced .i-H

wm Dp up (0 united states fetieiv
al specifications and to thos,. ucj

various American enginoerm-;

groups as requireu tor roaas

bridges and simitar work.
Per the first several years, it
it believed enough Scrap wii
come on th. Isthmian market

to provide S per cent of th
rew material the mill will ne;d.
Iron ere will be imported tor
the other five per cent, end it.
will also b necettery to impor
lietien and certain chemicals.
If production rises greatly it
will be necessary to imnon .Wat

The first source this will be pistol.

sought will be in Guatemala El

Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragu

and Costa Rica, where the mill

expects to sell much of its finish

ed product.

Thus backer hape to embodj

the mill operations into the Cen
trai American market.

It has been suggested that a
single coastal vessel might mal?
the rounds of Central American
ports, picking up scrap and deli delivering
vering delivering fresh steel.
At present there is no steel
mill on tht American mainland
though there are mills in Cuba

and Puerto Rico.

In opening the meeting, potter
congratulated residents on build building
ing building the community andk com commented
mented commented that George Goethals
would have been surprised at the
present way of life in communi communities
ties communities such as this.
As the tapes whirred and the
flash bulbs popped, Better urg urged
ed urged U.S. Ra ters to a good turn turnout
out turnout at the November Civic
Council elections, saying that
frequently Local Raters achiev achieved
ed achieved an 80 percent Vote and U.S.
Raters onlv 20 percent.
Speaking of requests Mr play playgrounds,
grounds, playgrounds, Potter said these were
very tricky things. Everyone
wanted them, but they wanted
them next to the other fellow's
house. They were going to try
canvassing to see if people want wanted
ed wanted them:
At an early stage In the eve evening,
ning, evening, there was some trofcfcle
with the microphones and Potter
asked the meeting whether they
would prefer him to remain
standing where they could see

Rim or whether he snouja
eo3r M ttiey would hi

him better.
Manv shouts Of "SH

w keirri end a Civic Council

member seised the opportunity
for a laugh add added "And
shut up.' Potter sat down
grinning broadly amid a gale
nf Innrhter. "w - ;

wrtward C. Blbant. resident of

Gatun Civic Council, asked the
Governor for mpre variety of
pommissarv sroods. and objected

to packaged fruit and vegeta

bles. His wife, he said, had to
oDen seven nackaees of celery

before ftadlng an edible one. He
thought produce was packaged
to cover up the bad bits.
Potter replied amid laughter
that the system of packaging ve

getables seemed to have certain

advantages to the Commissary
Division. He said it was a new

venture which 'they must 1m

prove, not reject, and the matter
would be looked into.
There1 were many complaints
about the Coed Solo Theater.
Potter said it had already been
decided to move the air condi

tioning from Cristobal Theater to

coco soio. He said ne would look
into the question of lengthening
the opening hours of the snack

bar adjoining the theater, but it
would depend to some extent on
better attendance at the Theater.

Potter announced thatfthe
i conversion of the f oilier
bachelor officers quarters into
an elementary school was
scheduled to begin operations
at the beginning or during the
early part of th second term
of the school year.

Margarita School should be

ready at the end of this month,
the ROTC building at Balboa
early next February and the gas

station at Coco Solo within six

months.

Potter said he would waive the

two-year clause regarding re

pairs to houses troubled by

dampness owing to the next a
partment being air-conditioned

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down" Re

The rolling machines in use at
the new mill are modern and hi sin
(y efficient electrically driven
pck?ed unils built by the w
ern Rolling Mills of San Jose,
CaHf.
. Tht, three-ton furnace and oth other
er other equipment was assembled from
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and De Detroit.
troit. Detroit. Some of it has been used

before."

To provide the heavy electric

load required by the mill Pana

ma's erza y Luz has run in

CHuw an1 n..J.J U-

Reportedly there has been muf ivjductio,, facilities by an extra

Copt. Knerr Sails
Today For States

Capt. Hugh S. Knerr, USN, who

has- been Chief of the Industrial
Division for the past two years, is
scheduled te sail for the Unitei
States today aboard the U.S. M.S.
Gibboas.T
He is en route to his new station
at the Brooklyn Navy Yard yt
Brooklyn New York.
Knerr is being succeeded hr
by Capt. Geoffrey Thompson, USK
who took over his new duties Moj
day. Captain Thompson came to
the Isthmus from San Dieg
where he served on the staff ef
the Commander of the Am pi mi
ous Forces, Pacific.

grels Not Voting

For Statehood

The saddest Alaskan to gel

caugut in the tropics without a

statehood vote is Mrs. 6turie

Sent; of Rousseau.

Mrs. Senff, a native of Cordnvu,
a town 200 miles southeast of An Anchorage,
chorage, Anchorage, is married to Du,.
Senff, who works for the Civil Ae Aeronautics
ronautics Aeronautics Administration in tut
Canal Zone.
It just so happened that thr

Senff couple ceiuurated their

eighth wedding anniversary o
Aug. 26 the day Mrs. Seuti
ought to have sent her "yes
vote to the Alaskan statehood elec election.
tion. election. Said Mrs. Senff today, "I was
so busy thinking about my am.,
versary ana the tones at home had
not written to tell me auout mi
elections that I aid not vote. I'm
very unhappy about it beiiau
my family nas always beea a
staunch supporter of statehood an,
I know so many peop.e who have
worked toward this goal
years.
When asked which they prefer preferred,
red, preferred, the tropics or Alaska, Mrs.

benff replied, "It s really haru i
say. The heat ooesni mother me
as much as it does my husUn.
even though I'm iroin much urih urih-er
er urih-er north than he. I do miss. th
hunting and fishing which we did
up there, hut then, too, we can
take the children swimming down
here much more."
The children are David 8, Car Carrol
rol Carrol Annie and Stephanie sevei
months.
The Scuffs plan to be here for
another year, but don't know yei
f they'd like to return to Alt
after that or not.

Canal Zone Gov. William E. Potter last night tongue-lashed Atlantic

Siders who criticized him personally for danger they claimed their chil children
dren children are in through attending Cfiitobal High School.

CHS students have to pass through Colon on their way to the school
in New Cristobal. Several speakers at a capacity-house Town Meeting at
the Coco Solo Breakers Club claimed a large majority of Atlantic-side
parents are fearful that harm may befall their children trying to pass
through Colon during times of political trouble in Panama.
Potter announced that contracts for converting Coco Solo barracks
into a new school woukl be advertised in November and that it was
hoped that the job would be finished in time for the opening of the
new school year in September, 1959. However, tjig was an opUmfojM
target, he said. The present Cristobal High School would be in use for

another year at least.

Thereupon parent after parent arose to

board of

parent SBked him facetious

ly whether he had a child at New
Cristobal. When he replied "No,"

the parent suggested that if fie
did have, something would have

been done.

.Some parents said they had
read in the Spanish press that
there was a likelihood of the
Government being overthrown
in October wi.h resultant poli political
tical political riots, and asked What
steps the Canal Zone Govern Government
ment Government proposed to take to gua guarantee
rantee guarantee the safety of their chil children.
dren. children. Others demanded a temporary

director., fn

Tiriiimr

iei next.fs,

school In the Zone
year,

Finally, a man stood up and
pointing at the Governor said:
"You and the board of directors
have been very lax in not provid providing
ing providing a high school in the Zone aft after
er after all this time."
At this point. Potter rose and
seid: "My friend speaks in
complete ignorance of the situa situation.
tion. situation. Before you shoot your face
off at least be sure and be fair.
"Starting at least at the time
I came here, a location had been
selected for the new school, but
there is no way of getting appro appropriations
priations appropriations until the authorizing ie.il

25 New Teachers Due Shortly To Join

Faculty Of CZ High, Grade Schools

Twenty-five new school teachers,) journalism; Miss Helen L. Hard

er, of Missouri v auey, lowa, ma mathematics;
thematics; mathematics; Mrs. Shirley R. Hasel Hasel-den,
den, Hasel-den, of Cairo, Georgia, French

and English; John C. Knick, of

Clifton Forge, Virginia, biology
and general science; Olin R. Mc
Gill, of Bluff ton. South Carolina,

mathematics; Robert G. Mullar Mullar-ky,
ky, Mullar-ky, of Winchester, Mass., social
studies; John A. Rider, of Gage,

Oklahoma, commercial studies;
Bernard F, Ryder, of Pawtuckel,

Rhode Island, mathematics; Miss
Virginia S. Smith, of Quanin
Virginia, English; Cameron R.
Stewart, of New Ulm, Minn., bio biology
logy biology and general science; Charles
M. Tatman, of Kalamazoo, Mich

igan, English; and Miss Julia M.
Hardin, of Juliette, Georgia, phy physical
sical physical education.

several of whom will replace

those Canal Zone school teachers
who have been assigned to the
special education program, have
been recruit! in the United
States to teach in the Canal Zone
schools this year.
The new teachers are expectec1
to arrive here this week and next
by plane and on the Panama lin liner
er liner Cristobal due Sept. 2 from
New York.

Seventeen of the new teachers-

have been employed to teach in
the Canal Zone Junior and Senior
High Schools where the largest
increase. is expected this year.

The remainder are assigned to
the elementary schools.
Most o' the new high school
teachers have been assigned to
Balboa.
They are Frederick S. Brown,
of Delwin; Texas, English and

7500 kilowatts, of which 4000 kilo kilowatts
watts kilowatts is committed for the steelmakers.

1

JNational Guard

Picks Up Soldier
Wanted On CZ
Panama National Guardsmen
today picked up Sp4 Edward C.
Allen, described as a soldier sta stationed
tioned stationed with the Army at Ft.
Olaytoh. v
He was taken into custody a a-bout
bout a-bout 7:10 a.m., reportedly at the
request of some law enforcement
agency on the canal Zone.
It Is understood that in the

call for Allen which was giVen to

National Guard' personnel, he
was described as wearing civilian

clothes and carrying a .45 caliber

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THE STATION WAGON which careened off Madden Road Monday morning and crashed head head-on
on head-on into a tree, flinging, the. driver and ten passengersall residents of Colon into the wind windscreen
screen windscreen and dashboard. All of them are still In Gcrgas Hospital suffering from injuries rang ranging
ing ranging from bruised fingers to broken limbs. All are reported to be doing well. George Weight,
whose condition was stated to be serious yesterday has been taken off the seriously ill list to today.
day. today. The steering column of the vehicle was almost bent double by the weight of the pas passengers'
sengers' passengers' bodies.

One man, David W. Ingram, of
Paris, Texas, has been assigned

to the Cristobal High School as
a physical education teacher.
New Junior High School teach teachers,
ers, teachers, and their assignments are:
Billy R. Koons, of Columbus,
Kansas, art and English at Bal Balboa;
boa; Balboa; Miss Vera M. Perry, of
Greensburgh, Indiana, English and
Latin at Baloba; Miss Genevive
M. Pielusko, of North Tarrytown.
New York, art at Balboa and
Frank B. Spitzer, of Elizabeth Ci City,
ty, City, North Carolina, mathematics
at Cristobal Junior High School.
New elementary school teachers
are Miss Bessie L. Bledsoe, of
Fairburn, Georgia, who will teach
Grade 2 at Cocoli; Miss Char Char-lot'e
lot'e Char-lot'e O., Bruce, of Tulsa, Oklaho Oklahoma,
ma, Oklahoma, to teach Grade 3 at Fort Kob Kob-be;
be; Kob-be; Miss Donna C. Dulvrn. of
Wolf Point, Montana, Balboa,
Grade 2; Miss Molly A. Malone,
of Los Angeles, C alifornia, Cocoli,
C-ade I; Miss Lucinda A. Pon
ell, of Los Angeles, California,
Fort Kobbe, Grade 3; Miss Na Na-dine
dine Na-dine F. Varni, of Watsonville, Cal California,
ifornia, California, Fort Kobbe, Grade 5;
Robert W. White, of Fort Worth.
Texas, Fort Kobbe, Grsde S; snd
Donald J. Connor, of Jersey Ci City,
ty, City, NfW Jersey, Physical Educa Education
tion Education at the Gamboa Elementary
School.

nounce rotter

r faie to

ation is passed. This was not

passed until the end of th last
session of Congress.
He added: "I didn't come over
here during these days in May
when tilings were tough just to
show toff as Governor. I Visited
the school and looked at the sit situation.
uation. situation. "The decision to carry on for
one year is. very simple as a de decision,
cision, decision, and that decision solves
the problem of what we do for
a high school.
"The suggestion of sanding the
students to Balboa will not hold
because we are more crowded
ever there than you are hare.
"As to the safety of the stu students,
dents, students, I think an example that

we are interested in thfeir safety,
and do have the means to pro protect
tect protect them, is shown by what
happened during four or five
days in May. I':.
"The children didn't gp L
school on the days that looked
bad.
"I have been in conference with
officials who have assured m
they have the ability to protect
the children.
"I am also sure that thee Jk
nothing to be gained by doing
a shameful thing that involves
injury to children. Surely the
attainment of political goals do
not involve this, which wevsm
hinder relationships between two

proud countries."
Speaking of the decision to o o-perate
perate o-perate the TVew Cristobal High
Schol for another year, Potter de declared:
clared: declared: "I am sure that you will
recognize that this is not a deci decision
sion decision that can be made by this
or any other government lightly
or superficially.
"This decision has got to rest
on me. You have objected to
this decision in letters to high of officials
ficials officials in the States and I think
you did quite rightly."

Potter sat down amid loud applause.

Gamboa Girl Cub
Shoulder, Arm
In Quarters Fall

About 10:30 a.m. today, Terry
Ann Clement, 8-year-old resident
of 0263-D, Gamboa, the daughter
of Donald Clement, received mul multiple
tiple multiple deep lacerations on her right
shoulder and upper left arm. one
had fallen into a glass window
under house 0253, Gambo)l
The accident happened wha
Terry entered an unlocked maid
room and climbed into the ad
joining maid's room. While des descending
cending descending the partition she lest
her balance and fell into an out outside
side outside window breaking the g'as
and receiving th laceratioas
She was treated at the Gamboa
dispensary by Dr. David Sen.ur
and transferred to Goreas Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital for further treatment and ob observation.
servation. observation. Her condition is not considered
serious.

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Labor News
And
Comment

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Ham let reatfer of Th aama American

HI whell, MafMMll

it tea contribute letter den I impaliinl if it deein't aaDr tht

eat 4ty. Letter. rt published in the etdti received.
Ie try to keep the letters limited to em Ml length.
Identity o lettei writer to held in stricteit r.entidenc
ffcto newtpaper Mlumei no retpeniibilitv foi stattmenta er opinion
aapreutd to) latter tram reader.
THE MAIL BOX

HEAD OF THE HOUSEHOLD

Sir;-

I would like to know why bona-fide children of mothers who
work for tic US government must pay tuition to attend Canal Zone
schools.
Granted that the husband is legally responsible for the care
and support of his children, but what can the mother do if she
separated from her husband and living by herself and he gives her
nothing for the Children?
This rl hardship, and one the big wheels did not take

into consideration. The arbitrary answer they have given is that
either a woman is mllrried or she is divorced. If married, it is the
husband's responsibility to see what he can do for the children. If
divorced, the wheels will consider the case.
I ask you, what kind of erratic thinking is this?
In this day and age it is an archaic falacy to assume that
only fathers can be the head of a household. Thf masterminds of
the Schools Division should come down from that rosy cloud and
study the facts. And the sad fact is that there ate a great many
working mothers who are actually the head of the household and
who have dependent children.
The legal definitibn of head of the household is the person econ

omically responsible for tne upiseep 01 mat nousem.iu

Ana wnere aia an wis vn-ious t,y.:

'head o' the household"

v VICTOR III IS EL

LONDON: Darkness will cone
at noon once more in Moscow and

the prisons v. be filled soon a a-gain
gain a-gain with the tortured. And the
Biggest Brother of them all, Com-

raae inuciu Khrushchev will exe execute
cute execute Comrades Molotov and Ma
lenkov and Kaganovich.
This is the opinion of men I've
talked with all along the Bolshoi
border. This is the opinion of the
men who last summer gave me a

written memo predicting in depth

and detail the purge of General
Zhukov months be ore the number
one military man was dumbed and

disappeared. This is the opinio.'i

of informed British Intelligence

operatives.

To these groups, this means
that Comrade Premier Khrushchev

is deep in trouble and had to scur

ry to Mao Tsetung in Peiping for
support. He got it. In return. i
kita Khrushchev pledged Russian

iarnware and political support

to me uunese communist armies
when they roll against Formosa
within the next lg months.

Nlkita Khrushchiv will re re-Stalinist
Stalinist re-Stalinist Rusia new very swift
ly because he suspects that Me
letov and Malenkov are plotting
against him. And ha wants 10
take care of them before they
can talc advantage of his diffi

culties.
Whether they are or not is un unimportant
important unimportant as their lives to nun,
Molotov and Malenkov are the on
ly two men who have the Dower

to plot against Khrushchev. There

no longer are any in luential upper

THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1951

Money Alone Isn't Going to Get

That Thing Launched

start anyway? I believe it started with the Panama Canal Company, dass Bolshevik Mt Try to name
a. i. .vin4 tirhalor it K. ft nriVfltf mm- J after

wmcn cannoi maKe up us uwu hmuu n...w une.
pany or, a government agency VaMntttM wmiH The shrewdest of European in

1 wisn tne congress anu tne
take a pond, close look at this Canal Zone school setup and tell us

iust what i. is and who it is supposed to serve

i

WT J 2

3 I y UJ
El N n

leDAiiy Washington

vierry- Go -Round

MAlioaj

If it is a private school system, say so and charge everybody

" H it' la a government school, then those people who work for
the government and pay taxes should not be charged tuition in ad-
dlt!Something Is drastically wrong with a form of government,
which charges taxes to opeiate an educational system, and then
charges tuition also. x ,
And such high tuition. The best private elementary school in
Panama charges $5 registration fee and $10 a month, which includes
h...,nnrf.tin in and frnm (hp school. 1 would gladly send my cnu-

riren there if the curriculum and the languages were English But
he language is Spanish and the curriculum, though excellent, is
My children after some vears in Canal Zone schools, would
h?.ve to do a lot of adjusting to the curriculum plus having to learn
Spanish in order to understand the classes
So vbu see the problem is acute. To hear a lot of stuffy talk
about 'head of the household" is just too frustrating under the cir-
i urn stances ,
Working Mother.

HOUSING ASSIGNMENTS

Sir:-

28)

but

look

lettti on the master housing plan (Mil Box, Aug

trn Ts.Tnt Miiv r o tne cana wewers sei i.wmesi

at what, the Navv doeV TiiHy paint ioua fairly nice

oicture before you leave tit; States, but when you get down here

you soon wake up to reality n
The shuffling going on with the housing is disgusting. You are
made to move to wherever haopens to be the most inconvenient spot,
farthest from your work. Morale is low among the servicemen and

their families, but what's morale I a aoesn x mean a uiwg nere.
Seems we should be happy to be pushed around.
A lot of people feel that nothing can be done, but believe me,
'-""It n. All it takes is for people to stick together, let the right au au-thorities
thorities au-thorities knew what is going on, and you'd be surprised at what can
be accomplished.
J R. is right. Let the Navy start complaining and showing its
fighting spirit, and maybe things will get better for all of us. We
are Americans, and have our rights.
Crusader.

SMOKY PLAN

Sir:-

A recent letter in this column mentioned a cashier from the PX
being replaced by a US Rater. To use an old phrase, "That's only
the y.TK.ke." My advice to all work around those is like that of
100 Percent Unionist" get into a union, and fast, before the plan
being hatched in or around that air-conditioned office in Clayton
really hits you.
Believe me, this plan makes anything Panama Canal employes
may think is in store for them look like Shangri L
If the Army employes to whom I refer don't sacrifice those
$1 union dues, they can be certain that when next they appear on

a rv annivrsary program they wui be in a position no lower than

truck driver, soda jerk, porter or janitor.
Did I hear someone mention ths important and sensitive posi
tion he held (and loyally) during World War II and Korea?
Anti-Pressure.

telligence agents say that the com coming
ing coming purge will be evidence that
Khrushchev is mounting one bi
bluff in this series of crises. These
sources corroborate previous re reports
ports reports in this column that Khrush Khrushchev'
chev' Khrushchev' and Mao's industrial sv--terns
are not only creakine. they're

cracking.
As I moved along the Bolshoi
Border, for example, there wjs
the report from Hungary that there
as well as in Russia proper, man
power was so scarce thai thev are

now forcing 14-year old childrn n
to the factories. The report of such
action inside Russia came on JulV

15. The Hungarian report, meaning
o.'ficial notice from that govern
ment, was released August 3.
The Hungarian Minister of ta tabor
bor tabor issued a fomal decree au authorizing
thorizing authorizing the employment of 14-ytar-olds
as "auxiliary workers"

for a six-hour day. This notice
was distributed to the managers
of all "State Enterprises." When
a state enslaves kids on the Uy
of their 14th birthday, thit.stato
i in trouhl, on the industrial

TorMton further5 4ere Is more
than beer brewing in Czecholp' a
kia's Pilsen. The Russians make
heavy industrial eou;oment in that
area. But there Is lonstant sabot sabotage.
age. sabotage. All over Czechia, in fact. The
workers are helnins themselvesto
the property of the workers' state.
They're stealing the Socialist, cor cor-porations
porations cor-porations blind.
So the secret police in Czech! i
and other satellite states are crack
ing down on "saboteurs o- econo economy,
my, economy, pilferers of national or collect

ive or socialist rnnerty Hun

nrerrs ot WOTKinc men are rr"n

arrested and jailed. Thev are irrf
prisoned as "economic delin

quents."

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

THIS IS ONLY THE BEGIN BEGINNING:
NING: BEGINNING: Rainier and her Grace
alerted New York that they'll be
here in November. (How excit

ing). .Is Ba.ista's son Jorge
trying to do a young IrujilUj'
Nice uracelei he gave beauliiul
young socialite acres Natalie
iruiiuy winch she wore to Kd
Wynne's HaTwyn when double dat dating
ing dating young socialite actor George
Hamilton and young Paul Fagan
the Third and don't iorget that
Third (Swell to be young and
rich. Or even old and rich.). .

George Zelooka, the shingle king
(and what's a shingle king, ma mama?),
ma?), mama?), completely lorgot GreU
Thyisen, former Miss Denmark,
for he's marrying gorgeous Willie
Clevenger instead. .Newest wolf
bait in town: Latin Quarter's Ruth
Christianson, from the Paris Li Lido.
do. Lido. .There's an Eighth Ave. res restaurant
taurant restaurant called "Eat; a Little Bit
of This Inc."

of Victor Borge from London: We in "L'il Abner") if titled Box-

finally got something back

England.

from

CATS AND DOGS AT KOBBE AND GULICK

llr:

Alter reading the letter from "Well" (Mail Box, Aug. 31) I

aectoed to let mm know that he is not the only one being made
miserable because of dogs and cats. If he thinks it's bad at
Kobbe he should come over to Gulick to spend a week. He'll
Uber go out of his mind from loss of sleep, or rush back to

xvooue on me secona aay.
Over here we have doga by the dozen who run as they
please, night and day so they chase the cats. "Well" might have
one quiet night out of seven. Usually one or the dogs sees some someone
one someone walking by so it starts to bark and then chases the person
walking to work. I've seen maids get off a bus to go to work
then become afraid to to any distance alone because of dogs
chasing them.
What's the matter with the rules and regulations on this
base and other bases? Most of us left our pets in the States for
many reasons and I suppose lots of other people did. But they
must have decided that their children "neecT a pet. I don't
blame the dogs and cats for all the noise they make. I blame
the people who own them. If they are so crazy about their pets
that they can't part with them, then let them sleep in the
quarters at night. y
l Also, what about the so-called quiet time we're supposed to
abide by on Gulick? The quiet hour, supposed to be from noon
. to 3 p.m., is so noisy that it's ridiculous to try to have a mld mld-AL
AL mld-AL Mfty the mothers let their darlings out so they can
rest. Whoever built these quarters with louvres and no glass
panes must have been deaf. You hear dogs, cats, kids screaming
and people haying a good old-fashioned fight. So you get up
in the morning to go to work and say "one more day to struggle
Oirough." So you folk there at Kobbe, come on over here to
Gulick If you want some real disturbances. I know how you feel
Well Well

This is provoking rewnt-nent end
slowdown In literallv lhousno

of factories on which the entire

Soviet wsr msehi" ts.

A we go iw'o the Red unser

we find that in Poland. hc Knnub

chev emissaries reoenllv told Hie

Polish leaders not to t.ke too se

riouslv all this tlk bntif the m

mancoatioh m the Po'ish work

ers. This warning came iust he-

tore the Pol'sh eraeVHovn on the

Catholics. So Comrade Oomu'V.i.

Polish Partr hos. called to W
country's labor leaders and told
them that he had tn rene? nn his
oledite that he wnuM ermlt striVs
TTe told them thf th Russians
wanted more steel and heavy e e-quinment
quinment e-quinment and that strikes were
outlawed.
Gomulka said that there will
no bargaining with the works coun council.
cil. council. Strikes are eood onlv tor a a-pitalist
pitalist a-pitalist nations. In a socialist state.

walkouts are "anarchy."

In Rumania things are to bad

that the People' Assembly has

ust issued a decree ordering th
death tftntence for spoilage of
material or oven a little a a
$1,000 damage to "people's property."

These, of course, are only the

highlights in the European sector

of Bolshoi brutality. In China Mao

told Khrushchev that the Chinese

would need machinery, technicians

and money to build steel plants,
roads, aircraft, tools and spare
parts.

The Communists world lust

doesn't have such equipment Nor

does it have shoes, or textiles or

housing except where a few wast
enters can see them on the road

to the airport.

Comrade Khrushchev can cer

tainly talk a good war. He can

launch a war. But he can t supptft

one. He ts bluffing. His economy

is crumbling. Wait and aea.

THANKS, OA's

Mr:

SOS f eJJS Thursday

Around the World (But is it
Comidential?): This is where I
came in. While dating Princes.?
Elizabeth of Yugoslavia England's
Duke of Kent denied a romance
with Katherine Worsley as chro chronicled
nicled chronicled in the gazettes. Jordan's
Ambassador to England who is
leading that country's delegation

at the current UN session just di divorced
vorced divorced his wife who fell in love
with an Egyptian crooner ..Prince
Bertil, of Sweden, was tickered
by a gendarme at St. Tronez be because
cause because of the briefness of his swim
trunks, but escaped a 2,000 franc
fine when the copper learned his
identity. (Let's see if tha: works
on a NY jaywalking ticket ). .
Darryl Zanuck bought Scottish pi piper
per piper dolls for Juliette Greco's four
year old daughter Laurence.

I'm a Pill from Squareville:
Bruce Cabot quit his job as Fat Fatso
so Fatso Farouk'g social secretary (and
what can be social about Fa Fa-rouk?)
rouk?) Fa-rouk?) to try to open j restau restaurant
rant restaurant in Rome. .Eatlha Kitt's or orchids
chids orchids come from Prince Adnan
Ali Mohammed Kajsoggi of Saudi
Arabia, and i the spelling is
wrong, blame it on mytypewwt.
er. .Miami Beach' Cotton cinh

which was such a great sensation
two years ago and such a great
flop last year, just became a bowl bowling
ing bowling alley known as the Beach Beachcomber
comber Beachcomber Club. you caa't wa
till Sept. 4 for the Ches Vito reo
pening then go up e Tuckahoe
Rd in Yoakers. I do.. .It' a break
tor New York glamor spots-Zthat
a certain Hollywood star refuses
to get a divorce, because now
Myna Lundeen, a blonde Venis,

- ucuueu to siay in our town

anne t anu why not Tina LouiseV )

. Jack Larger, Chuck Paris
and Bob Haymes are not the on only
ly only men in Marsha Rivers' life.
Alau AUler, a weekend ueli bop
at .tie Concord, who double as a

i acior, ana very good, loo,
has been seeing anu propping to
her tor three years ever since he
met her at the hotel.

Star Dust (But who's got the

len

oust raar): Scoit Rr.nV.

dezwoo-woo at the Saxony was
topnia Pantages of the theatre
lamill . .1 -uon't know how Ba Baby
by Baby r'ignatari got in here again,
but they're lining him up with
Eva. Gbert the singer. ?Dantf
vari hat) her last reconciliation
witbJimmy Dickson and is head header
er header the courls- -Upcoming
"Holiday in Brussels. ; rAt JJ

uiamgei S request, Vic Damofce
wrote to' each Las Vegas casino
noting that he didn't want them
to cash his checks or extend any

Both Josh Locan anH RnI credit While he sans Hi pre Alhi

and Hammersteia missed out on ise ne couldn't aiiord to play

.With some nals it'

buy or bye oy.

the most striking Oriental f.r e town.

Suzie Wong'' and "Glower Drum reK,ler buy
Song," because Milsnkn

had already been grabbed bv Mil-! TJus is No- Uag: Cindy (andl)
ton Berle for the 500 in Atlantic Aaams (subbing for Joey on
City and bv Donn ArHon k Channel 13 while ha

II t t -J vwa iw uiv; a vial
fait Latin, Quarter show. She was p80 as 4sa Zsa. Gabor's partner

euty, uiq moaei audi "c v"iei rai;ee; aoes a Joey
professor of charm at a women's dams and writes: "Last week
university. (Berle named her "Es-! 1 rce'ved loads ot letters teliiag

w uuciuui. 5 jfeuyie eujoyeu nu -ill

WASHINGTON Diplomats who quivajent of Sherman Adams

speecu utiiing the Ui Aseiiiu.
were mystified over the fact net
he sott-peaaied tne byria-gyp
Uan peneu-ation ot Lebanon as the
reason lor his historic step in land

ing tne U. S. Maraies.

Previously, Ambassador Hur
Cabot Lodge had made a mil dr:ns

speech pounding home the miil'i a
tion of Lebanon by her dnti-Wt't
neighbors. John Foster Dulles bad

also emphasized this excuse. While

Eisenhower himself, meeting wuh

congressmen to explain why r vas
necessary to land troops, hat i ,11

this infiltration as one o. the chief

Hveasons.

Yet the President did not once
mntion Eegypt, Syria or th Urn Urn-ed
ed Urn-ed Arab Republic when he went
beiorette UN Assembly to jus'iiv
American actions and ask for U
nited Nations support. Diplomats
were puzzled.

Dour Foreign Minister uromyko
who followed Ike for Russia ap

peared to have some inkling of
why the President played thi

down, for he twitted the United

States about changing its excuses

too tensing woopa.
What Gromyko seemed to know
but what other diplomats did no

know, was that a deal had been

arranged between Ambassador Po

bert Murphv and dictator Nasser

in Cairo. The price or tne aeai

1. Murohy finally got in to see

Nasser after being kept waitirg

most of one nay;
2. A new policy of U. S. appease

ment for Nasser.

Here is the inside story of how

American foreign policy was re

vet sed on this important wear
East front:

NAS5ER' BLOWS HIS TOP

Nasser hsd stayed up until 3

a.m. manning what ne was rem

to sav to AmbsMaelor Murphv as

e arrived in Canro. But when
Na wnke im he was erected

with the news tbt the united

States planned to bring up the re resolution
solution resolution in the UN Assemblv char

inc the United Arh Republic with

intervention in Lehanon.

Anfrilv the Egyptian dictator

called of his 11 a.m. aopototment
with Murphy; This was the tirst
time in a century ot diplomatic
relations that any American am ambassador
bassador ambassador had been so snubbeo
ears of international precedent
hay .established tht right of an
ambassador to see the head of a
Mijite t ny time because he
speaks; for the head of another
state. ;
However, Nasser threw an O
rlenfjal tantrum and abruptly can cancelled
celled cancelled an engagement made se

veral davs in advance. At :3!;

iffl Ali Sabr?,' the" Egyptian

wood's, afbulous Johnny Meyer for
for and October Mediterranean
cruise and I wonder if he'll try
to run it into Monaco?. . .With

Rockefeller and Harriman on the
opposing tickets, campaign contri contributions
butions contributions from the rank and file are

off to nothing, because who

wants to contribute to million

aires?. .Gene Kelly took Bar:

bara Nichols dancing at Tavern

on-the Green and they 'weren't
spotted because both wore dark

glasses. (So how do I know?).

Max Loew, the genial Mayor ot
79th St. and. host-in-chief, of the

IHOlieii An,na,u.

, u,uui tjriuyiu 441(j
anu tuitftteu uu ae cnuv aixjiie
aor expiameu UtJ. me LtSTwl
Mates nau ueciueu o lite rt com com-p.aint
p.aint com-p.aint againni Nasaei'a .ovc'.i-
ui wurus tor
tne UN anu hCwha uj,lU
on a raeetmg u-jiveen Murpny auu
hare immediately ojaan to re
treat He hau ueen receiveu, Zk
by Nasser, which wis his right
but by Nasser's Sherman 'Adam si
And he retreated further by tel tel-mg
mg tel-mg Ali Sabry that the UN reso resolution
lution resolution regarding Egyplam-Syrian
intervention was merely a pruce
dural matter to outmaneuver Rus Russia
sia Russia in New York.
Nauser then resorted i hiw.

paper diplomacy. Mustafa Aitti.

powenui JigypUin newspaper edi-
tor, passed word to M HPnht' .. A

Hare that Nasser would condes

" 10 ee Murpny i: he had as
surance the United State wr.i.H

not attack him and the United A
rab Republic in the UN meting
Otherwise, it was intimated the
Ambassador of the United Stiles
would be kept cooling his heels in
catro. I
POOl PHONE CONNICTIOM
Murphy then tried to call Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. The transatlantic phone
was not n good working order, but
he finally reached the State Pe Pe-partment
partment Pe-partment and asked for Underse Undersecretary
cretary Undersecretary o; State Christian Herter.
He was not in.
Murphy then asked for assistant
sfary William Rountree, chief
of Middle East affairs.
J,?ell'. m'" Murphy bellowed.
There is something important I
wantsto tell you." 'T
He never sjot any futher. The
phone went dead. After fruitless
shouting, Murph finally cabled
Washington asking whther h
could assure Nasser the United
States would not press the UN re resolution
solution resolution attacking the United A A-rab
rab A-rab Republic.
It took some time for the cable
to be transmitted, decoded, and
a reply coded. Meanwhile Murphy
COOled his heels in Cairn cmihhn'rt

publicly by, the man the United
Statesi and rescued from French-
Rnticri: ToKniii: 1

..,cU iuiccs less man
three years before.
All the. Arab work) snickered
Then it appaluded. Their hero, Ab Ab-dal
dal Ab-dal Gamel Nasser was nuttin? th

great United States in its place.
Finally, the cabled rrii

back from the State Department.
Murphy was informed that the
United States would not nrM th.

resolution against Egypt and Sy Syria
ria Syria for sending trdckload after

trulkload of arms into Lehannn he

for bringing Lebanese rebel into
Syria and training thera"
Satisfied Natwr fiitall- l.,uj

Murphy to his home where a new-

get-along-with-Nasser' policy was
outlined. This was thefourth. time
Eisenhower has enibirkad on Nas Nasser
ser Nasser appeasement,

them

It's Where the Water rails: B
Bardot is one of those French
gals who wear clothes well when
she wears 'em. .Abe Fabian, of
the theatre clan, at the Penguin
with Delores Harl, of the Elvis

iJresiey flick "King Creole."

u my .arewei, uiis week 1 got
two ouers from other xh mil. to

Merrylee I Roll Ainno- t- of

Palmer, former Copa gal who
made iront pages two years ago
when she announced and then
broke a phony eneaeement to Pat.

80 (1,d ?ow did e ?et tf here lho sked me to stay on Chn

jsmr; is nav cnicKing at Cyra- 1J- 1 uon i Know whether to
no's under the name of Dee Ber-Ikeep the show and give up Joey
gerac, and the guy who takes her r keep Joey and give up the
home is Farley Granger. .Lance hbw." To which Joey replies:
Reventlow is the press agents' i"1' such a smash they raised
dream boy who like his ngme lik- billing to Joey Joey to match
ed with 'em all, so this time it's Zsa Za. We broke every record
Joan Bishop, the 36-20-36 blonde in Chicago, (l used a big ham-

auiav ai no. une rifth ave. 1 mer.i we hart an offer to da

Vm.& fay. nntSmu'wlil T"! Lantern d Casanova,

came in ton Parlv Mv uteam joo. rje was

mother mailed them hot.r uT. chief chef at a San Francisco ho

- wwvv viae
shpw. Since my debut last week

w 1 - vw m. mil O V C. - V hum a,il UUCi iy (jy
Barbara Hunt, of the "Song ofi(and what have those figures got P'ctUre together called Beauty and

. ., j tii, ainin, auuiuumng ior
a TV ice spectacular. Drollest gin
mill owner is Blair House's Nic-
1... THI a 3

to do with piano olavins.

tell?) ...Plenty of explosion com
ing up in the Barbara Peyton di

. T -aa "ST .-.eon VJ IUII Ul'
ay Blair whose stories of Broad-jvorco tase. (By the way, where's

" nys wouia make a rrancnot rone?). .Montv Cliff

p r a y me tteasf but will not have

mem reiernng to Zsa Zsa as a
beast."

flninn f al.aa 'jM .a

book If he weren t afraid to write A painting o: Tiha Uuise ( which j Sir Bernard and Lady Docker
Afterthought on the arrival he did when she was appearing re lending their yacht to Hoily-

once held a dream job. He was

teWor women only.,

Mottoes for Misses: If you hav hav-not
not hav-not got a mink it's later than you
think.

WINS Hit POINT

HEREIN. 111. (UPD Harold

Triplett didn't protest the tlW

fine when he was charged with

drunken driving but that 50 cent

parking ticket was tht last straw.
TJaUU ... 1 .1.

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Ex-Cabbie Tells Rackets Committee

He Was Goon For Teamster

Union

WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 (UP)
A 200-pound ex-cabbie fearfully
admitted to Senate rackets invei invei-tigators
tigators invei-tigators today that he had been a
"goon'' for a St. Louis Teamster
local run by one of President

James R. Hoffa's right-hand men.

Harold Sparks, the burly unem unemployed
ployed unemployed taxi driver, was followed
on the witness chair by Mary Lou
Bledsoe, a tall brunette who said
that Sparks used threats to scare
her out of testifying about Team Team-iter
iter Team-iter violence in a 1953 taxi strike.
Their testimony capped a rack rackets
ets rackets committee aesalon at which
Hsrnlrl fiihhnns. the Hoffa aide,

was jrcinpfi nf huvins control of

St. Louis Teamster Local 688 for
7B im in iU9 and running it on

a pattern of arson, shootings and

the violence.

ft.. Louis police Capt. Thomas
L, Moran, head of the city's bomb
and arson squad, told the commit committee
tee committee that organizing and picket line
violence were "common to Local
88 and other unions dominated by
Harold Gibbons."
Sparks, a 38- year-old ex-convict,
said "sure I'm afraid" when he
refused at, first to verify a Janu January
ary January affidavit in which he had de described
scribed described his own activities as a
self -described "goon."
Committee chairman John L.
McClellan (D-Ar) said Sparks' ad admission
mission admission that he was "inclined" to
be afraid was an "amazing and
hocking" display of how the un underworld
derworld underworld could perpetrate "force,
intimation and violence" in un unions.
ions. unions.
Sflarks said his fears were bas

ed, not on Gibbons, but on news

paper accounts of killings, hood hoodlums
lums hoodlums and "that element." He fi finally
nally finally verified his affidavit.
Miss Bledsoe, who figured in
Spark's affidavit as a decoy in a
sabotage operation during the 19 19-63
63 19-63 dispute, wore dark glasses, a
wide brimmed hat and a volumin voluminous
ous voluminous white coat during her testimo testimony.
ny. testimony. ;
Her attire obviously was meant
to conceal her identity as much
as possible and McClellan, who

promised her protection, refused
to allow cameramen to photo photograph
graph photograph her.
She testified that Sparks and
John F. Poole, another member of
the wrecking party, threatened
violence if she testified in the trial
that followed the attempt to over overturn
turn overturn a taxi. She did not testify ev
en though she had made a state statement
ment statement to police.
Sparks testified that he was
present when a group of Team
ster toughs beat" James M Ford,
a former Teamster official, at a
meeting of Local 682 in 1953. Gib Gibbons
bons Gibbons also is trustee of that local.
As described in Sparks affida
vits, Joe Ferrera, a former prize prizefighter,
fighter, prizefighter, and Miss Bledsoe took a
Yellow Cab at the railroad station
and asked to be driven to a spe

cial address. There Miss Bledsoe

fled while the driver was beaten

and the cab windows were broken
with chains.
"Why didn't you testify at the

trial?" committee counsel Robert

F. Kennedy asked.

"Because I was threatened if I

did so," she replied.

Moran testified after the inves investigators
tigators investigators charged that Gibbons
"bought" control of 688 from its
former leaders including Lawrence

J. Camie, one-time executive of officer
ficer officer of the local and now a St.
Louis trucking and real estate op operator.
erator. operator. Camie, also appearing before
the committee, denied that the
local was "sold" to Gibbons.
He said he was paid $36,360 and

I me uuier uiuceis gut uic uaiauic

of the $78,410 in a salary settle settlement
ment settlement for the three years remain remaining
ing remaining in their five-year terms when
Gibbons took over via a merger
on Jan. 24, 1949.
Committee Chairman John L.
McClellan (D- Ark.) said that
Camie's failure to submit the mer merger
ger merger plan to the local's member membership
ship membership was an example of labor
leaders Investing their members
like "chattels" and acting as if
they "own" their unions.

Camie insisted he "didn't sell

this union." He said his three year
nav arraneement was the same

plan a coporation would use if it

wanted to retire us o iicers.
Gibbons, in addition to heading

Local 688, is a trustee of other
teamster units in St. Louis and
heads the city's Joint Teamster

rAMMj.il Via alsin is sn inlprnation-

VWUHVU. V "

al vice president and assistant o
the president in effect, Hoffa's
executive vice president.
The Senate committee turned its
attention to Gibbons as it pushed
on with its investigation of Hoffa
and his associates despite adjourn adjournment
ment adjournment of Congress and Hoffa's ap appointment
pointment appointment of a three-member "an-

U racketeering commission."
The latter group's plans are be being
ing being surveyed by court appointed
monitors who were bypassed by
Hoffa and fear a clash coming
with Hoffa's hand-picked: cleanup
group.
Moran testified that the violence
waged by St. Louis teamster lo locals
cals locals since Gibbons took over the
union in 1949 was the same as was
employed beforehand by CIO

nits under Gibbons.
Camie said the 1949 merger de developed
veloped developed when Gibbons, then headr
of the CIO United Distribution
Workers Local in St. Louis want wanted
ed wanted a teamster charter. Camie said

ex-President Dave Beck, then a
teamster vice president, told him

about Gibbons' desire.
It would have been confusing to
have two warehouse unions in one
area, Camie said, so he and Gib
bons negotiated the merger.
Moran's testimony was chron chronological
ological chronological report on violence in un unions
ions unions headed by Gibbons, starting
with shootings and beatings of
cab drivers when a CIO local he
dominated was organizing Negro
cab drivers in 1948.

Indianapolis Waifs
For Surrender Of 8
Tax Delinquents
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI) (UPI)-Authorities
Authorities (UPI)-Authorities today waited for eight
men to surrender on deral
grand jury indictments charging
them with evading and conspir conspiring
ing conspiring to evade $326,297 in gambling
taxes.
The eight were indicted late
vesterdav bv the erand jury in

vestigating an international gamb gambling
ling gambling syndicate which alleradly
took in more than $3,500,000 in
bets last iall while operating for
10 weeks above a Terre Haute,
Ind., restaurant.
The grand jury set bond for
the men, one of them a former
sheriff at Indianapolis, at $10,000
each.

.
The iurv returned a single in-

Hiftmpnt rhareinp each man with

five counts, the biggest count ac

cuses them of evading iaxe3 on

more than three million aomrs
in bets. Another count charges

the defendants with failure to

have a $50 gambling tax stamp.

Those indicted included tormer
Indianapolis Sheriff Charles L.
Sumner; Leo Shaffer and Jules
Horwick, Chicago; Phillip Share,
Minneapolis and Las Vegas, Nev.;
Erwin Gordon, Las Vegas, and
.Tncanh .Tarohsnn. Indianapolis.

They were among eight persons
arrested by treasury agents in a
raid which broke up the syndi syndicate
cate syndicate last Nov. 29. A sealed por

tion of the indictment citea two
other men whose names were not
immediately disclosed because the
indictment had not been served
on them.
However, observers speculated
they were James Tamer, of De Detroit
troit Detroit and Miami, and Edgar M.
Wyatt, a Terre Haute tavern op operator,
erator, operator, who were the other men
arrested in connection with the
raid.

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MOVIES-TELBVISION
by Erskine Johnson
Nf A Staff Cltumi

HOLLYWOOD (NEA Exclu Exclusively
sively Exclusively Yous: Grace Kelly signing
a new contract with her thea thea-4,.;,i
4,.;,i thea-4,.;,i .nt MCA (Music Cor

poration of America) is a show
business buzz. It's claimed her
Highness took royal pen in hand
1 .. "routine matter." With

(i. M, nl i returning to

pictures, but blotter readers be believe
lieve believe it is more than routine.
The bifc puzzler is: "Did Prin.e
Rainier put his royal O.K. stomp
on the idea?"
Line to remember from Elvis
Presley's latest film "King &
ole"-
Stranger to Elvis: "What kiud
of music do you sing?"
Elvis: "Folk songs."
Stranger: "From whet planet?
Mow it'i Marie Mc Donald shed-

v..- lnthi for a scene .n

Jerry Lewis "The Geisha Boy.
And leave it to Mane to an-

"I'll make Brigitte Bardot look

like she's wearing a pan".

w.rMino hells will be rinsing

soon for Betsy Balir, one wed 10
Gene Kelly, and Roger Pigaut.
He's a European movie produce-.
...A big-screen "Zorro" mone
for theaters is on Walt Disney s
"must do" schedule. . Pra
mont sold 250 of its post-1948
film shorts to TV for a fast $1,-

800,000.
MGM's 10-million-dollar "B e n
Hur," now- shooting in Rome is
destined, perhaps, to be the If
of the big movie blockbusters. At
least Paramount, which let C. B
DeMille spend $13,000,000 on "The
Ten Commandments," is on the
record with President Barney
Balaban's wordage:
"We don't want to go for that
kind of money again. It's tot tot-much
much tot-much wear and tear."
DESI ARNAZ broke up a meet
ing of the' Friars Club with:
"I don't know how I got suc successful.
cessful. successful. All I know is I went in
the Army and when I got out
I was mad becase MGM hired
Ricardo Montalban in my place.
So 1 got out of there and then
IIIF'I Love Lucy' thing came no
ttiv wife started buying film

ahirtlnt and now I don't know

half the time what we're dotal."

report as a business expense, But
the tax people woudln't accept it.
Th nalloH me in and when I

explained it to them, the tax man

said: :

"We liked the whlstli
back.'"

SATURDAY Aug. 30
GRAND ANNUAL SALE
CORTE INGLES

PANAMA

COLON

-put it

ni I Inllvwnnrl fash inn He

signer, Alvena Tomin, says flie s
met the challenge. She's designed

a trapeze dress in wnicn tne

hoops, stays and rigs come apart
so the wearer can get in and out
nf little, ennrtx ear A Hnllv-

wood joke has become a summer

TV series. (And no jokes, please,,

about it nappenmg Dore.)

Th .Tnke- Sn manv unsold TV

film pilot reels around TV alley
that someone could start an "Un "Unsold
sold "Unsold Pilot reels around TV alley
that someone could start and "Un

sold Pilot Reel Theater.

So NBC-TV's Sunday night
"Decision" series is just thst
seven half hor UNSOLD films
produced as pilot reels for series
will be seen on the show.

By the request of the majority of
our customers the Annual Sale
will continue
CENTRAL STORE
(Air-conditioned)
Bolivar Ave. 912(5 Opposite Colon Post Office
COLON

Hollywood joke unikely to be

come a TV series:
First starlet: "Maybe I should
become an airline stewardess so
I could meet more men." Second
starlet: "But there are so many
other ways of meeting men,"
First $.: "I know, but not
....... .. n I. TVltlIXT

VPTFBiM Wf STERN minv-

Doye ODell Can't get rock 'n'

roll out of bis mind as a big
case of jvenile delinqency.
The wild beat, he claims, appeals
to "the basest in boys and girls
mil hnA that this in affainst the

laws of decency. They've taken

the bongo drums irom uncivil uncivilized
ized uncivilized tribes and transferred the
heathen beat to our kids."
I guess Doye his forgotten
Grsndmsn and Grandpop pshin?
the panic button on that snann?
fox trot and that wild, Wild
Charleston music which was des destined
tined destined to corrupt the morals of an
earlier generation.

George Burns' memory flash flash-baclt
baclt flash-baclt to Daily 'Variety's Dave
Kaufman about the time he and
Gracio Allen were starring in
pictures 18 years aeo:
"I had a hole between two of
my front teeth so whistled when
I said certain words. This re resulted
sulted resulted in so many retakes the
studio fold me to have my tect'i
fixed, I did. It cost me $2,200,
end I put it on my income tax

Luisa Clarke. 69,
Dies; Funeral

Service Tomorrow

Mrs. Luisa E Clarke, a Jamai

can resident of Rio Aba jo, died

at her home yesterday morning
She wns ftfl venrs nlri

Funeral services will be held
tomorrow at 4 p.m. In the Salva Salvation
tion Salvation Army Church in Guachapa Guachapa-11,
11, Guachapa-11, followed by burial in the Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo Cemetery.
She Is survived by her hus husband,
band, husband, Stanley Clark, retired
Panama Canal employe.

reasons why?
a PUERTO LIBRE Store

B. Ave. and Salsipuedes
is always well patronized.
1. There's a constant sale
on all the year 'round.
2 Who doesn't want to win
FREE a beautiful chalet?

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unction wall, thay require help to
ab your blood free from acid and
Mine. 'npjgJtiWlBr 7

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fect affect lv action developed by The Knox
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you will feel tomorrow. Cyatax 1 the
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FINE IDEA In Concord, N.H., Motorist Carol Barbour demon demonstrates
strates demonstrates a hew method ot paying parking fines. She drops a fine
envelope, containing the money, into the special "fine box."
The. System' ii aimed at reducing court time and expense in
handling traffic violations.

Wanted: Two Men,
One Woman To Live
On Moon-Not Quite
AMSTERDAM (UPI) An Amer American
ican American scientist is looking for two
men and a woman who would be

willing to live for eight days as
though they were camping out on
the moon.
Prof. Tibor Helvey of Kansas
University said the volunteers

would have to agree to spend

most of their time In a circular
hut 16 feet in diameter, using spe special
cial special lightweight tools and utensils

to reate a semblance of the

moon's feeble gravity.
Anytime they wanted to leave
the hut to stroll in the simulated

"moonscape" outside, they would

have to don space suits.
Helvey, who is working on an
advanced project for the Radia Radiation
tion Radiation Corporation, of Orlando, Fla.,
said in an interview that not
enough attention is being paid to
the problem of preparing humans
for the space age.
"Why two men and a women?"
he was asked.

"Well," he smiled, "one man by

himself might go psycho. Two men
would quarrel maybe a man and
woman would, too. Three people

have the best chance of getting1

along together, and by making one
of them a woman we increase the
chance."

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FAREWELL LUNCHEON AT UNION CLUB
HONORS AMBASSADOR AND MRS. FRAGOSO
The Union Club was the scene of a farewell luncheon
liven Wednesday in honor of the Brazilian Ambassador Bou Bou-iitreau
iitreau Bou-iitreau Fragoso and Mrs. Fragoso, who will leave Panama
Sunday to assume a new post in Buenos Aires.
frosts at vesterday's social event were members of the
Diplomatic Corps accredited to Panama.

Mill Eisenmann Returns
From Extended Vacation
Miss Eve Vivian Eisenmann,
dAlifchter ot Mr. and Mrs. Rich Richard
ard Richard Usenmann of El Cangrejo,
returned Wednesday even ing
from the States. She has spent
the; past three months visiting
friends and relatives and study studying
ing studying )n New England and the Mid Midwest.
west. Midwest. diss Eisenmann will enter her
Junior year at Balboa High

Bchc-ol next month.
Boliriav Weekend in Costa Rica
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Barca
gr left this morning to spend
the long holiday weekend in Cos Costa
ta Costa Rica.

Reception Tomorrow To Honor
Panamanian Consul To Israel
Mr. j. Eisen, Panamanian Con Consul
sul Consul to Israel, and Mrs. Eisen, who
have just returned from a trip to
Israel, will be guests of honor at
a reception tomorrow evening
given by members of Beneficen Beneficen-cia
cia Beneficen-cia Israelita.
Friends of the honored couple
are invited to attend the event,
which is planned for 8:30 p.m. at
the society's building.

Mrs. R. Thompson, Mrs. T. Lear,
Mrs. R. Orier, Mrs. R. T. Morris,

Mrs. E. E. Bailey, Miss Jean Al Al-britton,
britton, Al-britton, Miss Virginia Quiros,
Miss Nury Bauchman, Miss Flor

ence Bauchrn, Miss Linda

Pearl, Miss Lynn Botenmeyer

Miss Mary Smith, Miss Fairlee

Skinner. Miss Lidia Lugo, Miss

Zoraida Lugo, Miss Lucy Papa

ian. Miss 8is Trost, Miss Sheila

Snider, Miss Doris Blakely, Miss

Eileen Damerau and Miss Tina

Koenig.

(CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)

Dean To Return To Isthmus
Dear. Peterson of the Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral of St. Luke and his children
are expected to return to the
Isthmus by plane Sunday from
a vacation in the States.
Mrs. Peterson will return by
hip in late September.

Easy Way To Kill
Roaches And Ants

Scientists recommend that you con.
trel reaches and ants the modern
way -with Johnston's NO-ROAf H.
Brushed just where you want il
(table legs, cabinets, sills, asphalt
Hie. etc.). The colorless coating kills
these pests. It's effective for months,
sanitary, and easy to use.
07. Ik.; pint l.BS at Bella Vista
Supermarket, and all local commissaries.

Linen Shower Compliments
Miss Marian Alice Smith
Miss Marian Alice Smith was
guest of honor Saturday evening
at a linen shower given by her
aunt. Mrs. Frank Koenig, at her
residence in Balboa. Miss Smith,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Smith of Curundu. will be wed to
Mr. Bertrand F. Cheseldine Sep September
tember September 27 at the Sacred Heart
Chapel in Ancon.
After the honoree opened her
pifts. refreshment1; were served
from a lace-covered table center centered
ed centered with tropical flowers and
daintv bridesmaid dolls At one
end of the table, the bride's cake
was shaped as a horseshoe and
iced in pink. Another cake was
formed as a pale green four four-leafed
leafed four-leafed clover. Mrs. Carml E.
Clough and Mrs. Joe Christopher
assisted the hostess in serving.
The gufst list included the
bride-elect and her mother, Mrs.
Frank Smith, her grandmother,
Mrs. M. H. Albritton, her sister,
Mi's Janet Smith, Mrs. R. A. Bot -zenmeyer,
Mrs. J. B. Fields, Mrs.
W. T. Blakely, Mrs. S. S. Albrit Albritton,
ton, Albritton, Mrs. T. A. Albritton, Mrs. J.
Mason, Mrs. D. Snider, Mrs. J.
Christopher, Mrs. J. Van Hoose,
Mrs. J. Terry, Mrs. C. E. Clough,

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MEETINGS

Each notice lor inclusion in thla
column should be tubmitled W
tvow-written farm and mailed ee
the box number luted daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise. OT deliver!
by hand to the oHke. Notices of
meetings cannot ba accepted by
telephone.
Health and Welfare Group
To Meet
The united Health and Wel

fare Scheme of Panama will
rmivpiif Friday evening at 7:15

at the Bible Truth Church of

God, 8-39 West 27th Street,
nffirprc aivt members are urg

ed to be prompt, since business

of the evening win uiciuue me

receiving of new memDers, re-
i.H nt mnnr.hlv Hues naVina

of benefits and Christmas thrift

savings benefits.

i.aiiiei -Daurhter Communion

The Knlchts of Columbus,

Council 1371, Balboa, have plan

ned a father-daugnter commu communion
nion communion for the 8 a.m. mass Sunday
at the Fort Clayton Chapel. A
communion breakfast will follow
the service.

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Theater Guild Show
'Girls Of Summer'
Will Open Sept. 8
The Theatre guild
The Theatre Guild will open
its eighth season Sept. 8 with N.
Richard Nash's play,, "'Girls o
Summer.
Under the able direction of Ar
thur Payne, the members of the
cast are bringing to life a story,
filled with comedy, of a 30 year
old woman who has sacrificed
her life and chances at romance
to raise her younger brother and
sister.
At the time the curtain rises
on Girls of Summer only the 33-year-old
sister remains to be
guided throuhthat first "sumrmr
romance" impulse an older man
with all the know-how to thrill li liny
ny liny woman and there's the sit sit-eation
eation sit-eation the older sister iin'ls
herself face to face with romance
which she has never allowed her
self to become involved in before
Arthur Payne's cast is headed
by Renie Morehouse, Earl Alm Alm-quist
quist Alm-quist and Edna Lang. They are
supported by Ron Wilson, Rich Richard
ard Richard Rothmund, Richard Candc
more, Anita Leonard and Alice
Wibel.
Girls of Summer will play at
the Theatre Guild Playhouse i:
Ancon from Sept. 8 through 13

THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

Some 25 years back -Theodore
Lightner enunciated the prin principle
ciple principle that the double of a slam
contract by the partner of ihu
man on lead should say, "Part "Partner!
ner! "Partner! Pick an unusual lead. If
you select the right one we
should be able to beat this con contract."
tract." contract." In general if the defending side
has bid a suit the Lightner dou double
ble double asks for the lead of some
other suit; if the defending side
has not bid at all it asks for a
lead of the first suit bid by
dummy.
In the recent San Angelo tour tournament,
nament, tournament, Col. Robert C. Scott ol
San Angelo had a perfect oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity for this double and used
it with telling effect.
The bidding of the hand is
both interesting and instructive.
South made a fine decision when
he went to five hearts and Nort!)
was fully justified in continu'ng
to the slam which would nor normally
mally normally have been a lay down
As it was, Bob put in a lead
directing double and Mrs. Scott
who sat West had no trouble de deciding
ciding deciding on a spade lead. She held
six spades herself and it did not
take much imagination to see
th't Bob would be void.

" Incidentally, the Lightner dou-

nave set tne aeai; mey a pumisn ble has jts disadvantages. North
her memoirs... One of the town's I nnrl South mierM Vifiva rvn nut in

Liz Whitney Lunn, most beauti-jbest known "sportsmen" a chap sjx no-trump and only a cl"h

fu lof the horse owners, will seek ; connected with a racetrack has opening plus careful defense
a divorce from Washington social-' made a standing offer to buy a would beat that contract,
ite Dick Lunn as soon as she fine suburban house for any chap I
works out a property settlement, j who'll marry his ex-wife and end

They've been dickering for months. ; the pain of the hefty alimony.
Whether or not she intends ti ; Relatives and close friends of
leap in'.o matrimony again, her; the late Barbara Bennett are
favorite fellow is a Gotham news-: conducting a quiet investigation
paperman... Gina Lollobrigidaslinto the circumstances surround surround-husband,
husband, surround-husband, close friends and movie ing her death. She died without a
producing associates are quite con-1 doctor in backwoods country miles
cerned about her current attack I and miles from the nearest city,

On the Farm

Anawtr to Previous Putrle

ACROSS
1 Farming
implement
Parmer's
product
' I A farmer'!
wife may
serve this
pudding
12 Opera by
Vardi
IIKsh J
14 Ardor
ISA to
the market
U Unit of
reluctance

17i

97 Roman god
of the
underworld
S8 Strong
scented
1 Touehet
lightly
' I Italian coin

1 Husband of II Race course
Trigg (myth.) ctreuit
4 Elkt 21 Ellipsoidal
5 Engaged 24 Stigma

Fruit drink 2S Far off

161:

20 Lag
21 Young child
23 Eggs
24 Divest
27 Farmer's
feathered
friend
II Dregs
32 Stagger
33 Suffix
34 Rubber tree
35 Organ part
36 Asseverate
37 Reverberate
39 Cubic meter
40 Masculine
nickname
41 Used by
a golfer
42 Oxidizing
enzyme
45 Soften in
temper
49 Sounded
resonantly
50 Fish eggs
52 Notion
53 poker stake
54 Before
55 Son ot Seth
(Bib.)
56 Forest animal

7 Pumpkins on

the farm
become
with age
8 Continued
story
S Landed
10 Strong air
current
11 Heavy blow

341

38 Wild donkey
39 Observe
41 Large plants
42 Mouth wa rd

(comb, form) 43 Farm road
26 Sheepfolds 44 Crafted (her.),
37 Farm crop 4J Girl's name
tigs raised 47 Gaseous
from element v
18 Exist 48 Farm
29 Above are never
30 Xxisted dent
32 Melted down 51 Boundary
35 Regrets (comb form)

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Meals Requiring Many Rare
Ingredients Now In Cans

THE CELEBRITIES

Q The bidding has been:
North East South West

2 4 Pass 3 4 Pass

of the blues. She appears depres-Jand they feel considerable mys-!tsN.T. Pass 4 4 Pass

jfass ; 7; i ....

seed and "morbid" imaginings tery still is attached to her Das

that ner great popularity as ismg.. French nespapermen are

elamor eirl is waning,

f Ballerina Nora K aye Is on the
verge of saying "I do" to her
fourth bridegrrom, choreo choreographer
grapher choreographer Herbert Ross. Her most
famous ax-husband Is violinist
Isaac Stern... Billy Rose and Pe Peter
ter Peter Ustinov have been In touch,
may do a Broadway production
together... Although he denies
Whi'e House aspirations, Sena Senator
tor Senator Lyndon Johnson Is quitely
setting up a national organiza organization
tion organization of professional leaders in
all 41 states. They'll handle his
try for President when he gives
the order.
Hollywood chums predict Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Loew Jr., will lose Elizabeth
Taylor's interest unless he makes
a drastic change in the way he
handles her. They say Liz hos hos-ses
ses hos-ses him around and he bows to
all her demands the pattern that
helped breadk up her marriage
to Michael Wilding. Those who
know her best are convinced that
if Arthur hopes to live happily
ever after with Liz, he'd better
take a fast lesson from Mike
Todd, who played the role of
lord and master to the hilt..Suzy
Parker and Simon and Schuster

infuriated because Columbia Pictu

res asked them to stay away from
the Jean Seberg-Francois Moruil

wedding in Marshalltown, Iowa on
Sept. 5 because the studio promis promised
ed promised Look Magazine an exclusivity
i in the coverage. The French
jjounalists' attitude is "Try and
jkeep us out". ..Predictable duet at
the new Chinesery, the Jade Pa Palace:
lace: Palace: Greta Thyssen and Tom Cor Cor-,
, Cor-, bally. ..Frank Sinatra stayed in

I Ratal jj

k You, South, hold:
AA2 VQ6 5 4 S 4QM5 K 2
What do you do now?
A Bid six clubs. Yon are
showing second round control
and inviting seven.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner continues with a
bid of six diamonds. What do
you do now?
Answer Tomorrow

character when he arrive in In-1 iJ t ff)f) M C
-iarfpr pCation ?-iKuth ff diet J)aud...
Some Came Running.' His first.
act was to pick a fight with an
elderly hotel clerk over his accom-
modations. Want insurance against ybjl

Lucia Bose, who stars in the and your husband finding yoar lon '? lpit cook can put
prize-winning film "Age of In- Z ? tig "her dull and meaningless me sh wft
" i. u-i l.m.j 1 .l .uu... jlodor ungprini; on the fingers.

i0 2 ii-om home? vichssitt, ready mixed struddel

i uu can nave it u

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NEW YORK (UPI) It's no
tricat lor louowerg of the "in "in-stan
stan "in-stan school of cocking to be be-cone
cone be-cone gourmets. All you need is
a can opener,
The complicated dish that once
required 5b rare ingredients new
takes as much time to whip up
as a tin of pork and beans. Foo"s
such as smorgasboard, wheat pi pi-laf,
laf, pi-laf, and babas au rhum come pre prepared
pared prepared in cans. Sauces such ?s
bernaise come in powdered torm.
We've become a nation ot fan fancy
cy fancy food fanciers, reported Harold
Roth, president of the National
Assn. for the Specialty Food
Trade. We spend 70 million dol dollars
lars dollars a year on choice items. We
also import more than 50 million
pounds Of cheese, 400,000 pounds
of bread sticks, tons of caviar,
truffles, crackers, prepared game
birds, hams in brandy and wine
sauces, and rare herbs, spaces

! and -Btpieurs. Hoth said. t

"TFTte gourmet business is boom booming
ing booming because of the increase of
travel to Europe, the increase in
home entertainment and cocktail
drinking, a wider selection of

products and more efficient dis
tribution system, improved pack
aging and less of a price gap be
tween staples and specialty foods
Roh added.

Some 5,000 exotic convenience
items foods were on display ;t
the fourth annual fancy foods and

confection show here this week.
The foods came from as far away
as Formosa and Thailand.

Many of the iterhs are new. One

manufacturer introduced a garlic.

oil dressing in a bottle wtth a rod

fi toi thit thp cook can put

brought out a hew line of canned
gut items, ranging from $4 to $23.
They included a complete, ttianer
for four persons wit; crepes su
zettes and a f cafe digble mix.
Barbeque buffs will be abot' to
buy a new concentrated "mari "mari-nade
nade "mari-nade piquante," said to "capti "capti-vate
vate "capti-vate the authentic ilavor of early
American barbecues."
New to the oddity list-silk worm
cocoons fried in cotton seed oit
Pates ranged from guinea hen
to reindeer with truffles, plus a
new canape-sized loaves of pats
de fois gias with truffles, a prod product
uct product lar-a year mark in the Unit,
ed States.

m I V UtUll ail" K IIHMI UMIIIf,, tIIJ

prepaiing ior uie ""le i..s uC- k(1,hep rhinsp r-,r vrHW

ore it comes

By the time the last child leaves
home, you and your husband
should, have several engrossing
or leisure time activities which
you share, and some that you
don't.

STIAINID FOODS
Nourishing, tasty vege vegetable!,
table!, vegetable!, fruitt, pudding),
Km pi and egg yolk.

JUNIOR MIATS Nourishing
treat to kelp older babies
grow strong. Meats are mildly

. easy to digest

juNioa rooos

dked truiti. vegetables
and smooth puddingi are
best tor old.' babies.

JUICI

ORANOI JUICI-lt gives baby
Vitamin C he needs doily Al Already
ready Already strained la pan through
an ordinary nursing nipple.

SikminsO MIATS -Baby geH
healthful proteins and vitamins
Iron these pure, tempting meats.

Ptl-COOKID CIRIALS- She She-ply
ply She-ply add milk ar tormulo one)
serve. They're rick in Iron,
needed for good blood

T I I T H I N
ISCUITS-They
soothe tehder
gums. The horse horseshoe
shoe horseshoe shape is
easy for baby
to hold.

they're l so very aood J

Your baby will love the tempting variety of nourishing
Heinz Baby Foods.
You just can't buy safer, purer foods for your baby.
Heinz Baby Foods axe protected in convenient airtight jars.
Make sure your baby gets the right kind of food every
day. Feed him tasty, nourishing Heinz Baby Foods.
He'll thrive on them!

HEINZ Baby foods

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Spanish beauty. She's Italian..
Crosby boys and Las Vegas girls
invariably make a winning com combination.
bination. combination. The latest pairs Gary
Crosby with Carliha Williams,. a
showgirl at the Sands... Jack
Scott, the new wunderkid from
Detriit (his debut platter, "My
True Love," has passed the mil million
lion million mark in sales) has been
signed to an exclusive sonawrit-

ing contract witi Southern the two of you as bright and am am-Music,
Music, am-Music, one of Tin Pan Alaey's bilious as the plans you had for
biggest firms rather a coup for your children,
a 22-year-older.. Comedienne A- I You should have begun to sim sim-lice
lice sim-lice Pearcg of "Bells Are Ring- Plify your living, so that you
ino" is writina a musical comedy i aren'i tied to unnecessary chores
with actor Mike Rayhill; they S wnen yu do have tne freedom to
hope to have it finished within come and So and do pretty much

a mtnth. as you please

Those who recall Olivia della-

vmand as a tri

Award winner can't picture he
as down on her luck or needing

soups were squid, spiny lob"?'""

crawfish, bouillabaisse, and kosh

er type, made in Israel.
One firm ((General Foods)

Unrkanfl TkfAui Mar

You should have plans for just I1UJUQIIU IlllCIf IIVI

While Skiing,

Wants Divorce

an lncongrouou' buck: neverthe

less she's signed on tn hn .mMd i straighten out.

whn th. .? r backward. The famitv

-...v.. ...v., ii rfliis iaie
month. .The recession hasn't

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UPH -Mrs.
Jean Brownfield. 34, asked

You should be willing to let absolute divorce from her hus-

Dana ioaay, cnarging uiai nc
operated the family boat in such
a manner as to cause her to fall
when she is .water skiing.'-
Mrs. Brownfield charged a a-mong
mong a-mong other things, that although
among other things, that nlthoiigh
she has "gained an ave-age or
better reputation in water sports'!

iumphant Academy I your cmldren lead their own lives,
can't picture hell''"',n of linking that thwi

problems are yours to solve and
their difficulties are yours to

wnen mey reach Paris late this ,. v..... -Zj.I. ""HI'

ion nasn't hi n.. u : i. . , t u . jr

everybody, ovionelv Tam p..; f Ul years ane? Ca.n-De '.us?' ner husband, Paul E. Brownfield

Inn, ,nnl t rfnn

...w y.cn aur nio.uuo io nave a
?0 year-old Binti onm-lo "v
r"bt'!t...TS V"-' 'o-if i,-n ?,

tival

icwarumg years, too, u you looK operates the boat in such a man man-for
for man-for the advantages in being tlner as to cause her to fa'l when

coupie again, ms'ead o expecting they go water skiing.

ii( U i n ,i exit j I. 1 i: "" Ml

va at Panrlnll'c J.UA ..u.a.., "" "ie lUiieueSR OI noi

rl a kiek In 1 cu7" 'W neeaed. After all, you
yi mi wi-n a moocade'will need each r.thor'

thrnurh th0 r.u .t-wil- ww F ecn otner "re than

Fnshlnoton Sn,,n a:"Z evp...w"e.f are gone.

the Palm rafe on H5 S., with
sime of the biaopt names n
the coun'ry on haPd to welcome
sooVt nerform in a
sif'owalk concert.
Cpner-l Motors' bie scooo for
19B1 will be aluminum automo automo-h"e
h"e automo-h"e fijginnc ,.Tr." Bmadwav olav
"Dark nthe Ton if the S'airs"
hs mad s nro'it n( $175,000 ov over
er over its original $100,000 production
Pop' ..n,r P1-1- "-.- i-
!" to be an orchestra conductor.
T"- reins msv torn as a' hit
of a iolt to his set. because he's
better knownfo- his virtunity
on the bongos. ..The American
manage- of "Miss Poland" in the
recent Miss Universe contest will
bring suit against her, Halming, a
cut of her earnings for an en engagement
gagement engagement a t,as Veg." hotel
...Irony: The title of Wolcott
f.ibb-' frfh"orr'rn hok. due o
hit the hooks' alls just a month
after r:- "-'imely death, is "More
In Sorrow."

You should be willinp

the effort to have new experiences,
instead of se'tling down Into a
vrtnotniKi routino, Why cling to
the comofrts of home if you can
travel and see new places and
make new friends and share new
exoerjences?
With imagination and planning,
a couple can assure themselyus
that the second period in their
lives when there are just the
two of them again can be as
happy as the first.

Mrs. Brown ield aid he did this

to "humiliate" her in the pres presence
ence presence of friends.

Other new products Included a
date nut spread eherry heerini
preserves, rhubard and ginger nr!
serves, and schnitz hii.it... ,u:.b

tl Pesyivwnit Dateh verskw

u JF ou"er. xhen there were
Cheddar fiese soup, sage cheese.
dried corn, lobster dip, mush,
room flavored crackers, dietetif
sandwich spreads, rum chocolsU
bars, and "dolUpops," an import.
ed lollipop decorated with an In Indelible
delible Indelible face.
Packaging often separates tin
specialty product from its super super-market
market super-market cousin. Take the smoked
seafoods packaged in a Japansss
teahouse, or another gift assort
ment which comes in a. minlaturt
red brick fireplace. There ewi
were chocolate rockets to the
moon.
Said one pretzel dealer: "the
only difference between my pret.
Mis and the cellophane-bag type
Is the gift box.' yp"
-' :

Del Pueblo

Ready for Outing

To Beluco Town
Aarrangements have been made
by Club Social Los Amigos del
Pueblo for its annual outing.
This year the club will take its
friends and supporters to Bejuco,
on Sunday, Aug. 31.
This outing which will have a
carnival atmosphere, will get mu musical
sical musical support from the Victor Boa
orchestra.
"' 'V,i'j.i-llv.'ijv
The club this week received
the assurances from one of the
leading bus lines in the city, that
their entire fleet of busses will
be placed into service in order to
handle the large crowd yhat is
expected. A spokemsn from the
club said tickets were moving at
a rapid pace, and members of

the club Will handle any request
for tickets. v

Busses will leave "M" st. San
Miguel and from 27th St., Cho
rrillo at T.30 am.

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Acts like Magic;

GOOD THING HE DIDN'T

MYRTLE BEACH, S. C. (UPI)
An unidentified swimmer at
Ivitlc Iteach yesterday didn't real really
ly really ,P,t rtscuini, than yon.
The fire chief sent a lie guard
In a boat out after the swimmer
when it was believed the man
was loo far out! The baat sank
and the man and the life guard
leisurely swam ashore together.

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It's the aofteet, flneat, moat delightfully
fragrant talcum you can buy. At the same
time it is lastingly deodorant and antisep antiseptic.
tic. antiseptic. Yes, magical C-8 (Hexachlorophene)
in new Cuticura Talcum keepe the akin
fresh and sweet, relieves sunburn, prevents
and relieves heat rashes and other akin
irritations. Wonderful for baby and every everyone.
one. everyone. Buy Cuticura Talcum today.

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 2t, U5S

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEK

paoe mn

Social and Otherwise

Lbor Day Dance Planned
By Cristobal American Legion
The American Legion in Crla Crla-k.i
k.i Crla-k.i ... ninrri Labor Da7

dance for Sunday evenin
Club clros to Colon.
The rarled ante rttnn)'1
which has been planaed will in include
clude include muilc by Panama's weli weli-ni.t
ni.t weli-ni.t T.iicho Azcarra-

ta Tickets will be on sale at tn
door, It waa announced.

Supervised parking "m
provided by the Colon Fire De Department
partment Department at its station nearby
the curb.

M

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Seabees Plan Special
Dinner Meeting Saturday

Former ana acuve Beaoecs u u-ine
ine u-ine to this area will attend a
special meeting Saturday at 6
p.m. at the American Uglon ClUD
at Port Amador.
Alter coctkalls and dinner a
hualnu sp salon Will OS

held, featuring an address by a
distinguished speaker.
Special entertainment has
been planned for later to, H
evening.
The event will also be a lart lart-well
well lart-well gesture to Mr. Harry P. Co-

dv a iormer wuw a,..
tiring and returning to tfce
States soon.

Baseball-Loving

Atlantic

Side

BY CAYNOR MADDOX, NIA
feed and Market iditor
With trash lemons and freh
vegetables on the abundant list,
and outdoor barbecuing and eat eating
ing eating sow our major sport, let's
enjoy these new and delightful
recipes :
London Broilt in Freeh Ltmon
Barbtcua Sauce
(Yield: servings)
Marinate fi I.ondon broils (rol

led 4nk steak cut into 1-inch

slices in rresn Lemon uaroecue
Sauce for at least 1 hour. Drain
and wrap each steak in a strip
nf harnn Fasten ends with tooth

picks. Brush with marinade sauce
H nlsro nn the erill. Cook on

both sides, about IP minutes. The

cooking time will vary with tne

heat of the nre. serve witn some
of the remaining sauce, if desired.

ioneers Of Atomic Sub March

Through Ticker Tape Blizzard

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mfw vnnr mPTlThe atom-

age pioneers of the submarine
Nautilus followed the route of
Adm. Richard E. Byid and
Charles A. Lindbergh up Broad

way s canyon oi neroes yesier yesier-day
day yesier-day through a summer blizzard of
confetti and ticker tape. At least
250,000 cheering New Yorkers lined
the parade route.

Rvrri ami Mint ova tienneu

were cheered 32 years ago for. the
first airplane flight over the North
Pole. The Natullus crew was hon honored
ored honored for the first voyage, ever

made under tne poie.

With the captain of the Nautilus
and his crew as they werewel werewel-comed
comed werewel-comed was Rear Adm- Hyman G.
Rickover, nicknamed "the father
nf th itnmii snhmarinp" hwpaiisc

he got the vessel off the drawing

boards and into tne water.

Presh Lemon Barbecue Sauce
(Yield: I 1-2 cups)
Saut 1-4 cud finely chomied

onion in 3 tablespoons sla; oil
until limn. Add 1-2 cud fresh If

mon iuice. 1-3 cud vinegar, 1-4

cup catsup, 1-4 cup water, 1 ta

blespoon brown sugar l 14 teas-

is salt, 1-4 teaspoon grouna

By TREVOR SIMONS
I almost began this story by
laying "an era on the Atlantic
aide of the Carial Zone is about
to end'; but it suddenly occured

to me that Sgt. mn jiubucs "i
Canal Zone police force, or JUit
plain Bill Hughes of nearly v v-ery
ery v-ery athletic and civjc activity on
the Gold Coast, could hardly j be
classified s the nd of an era.
Only 50 years' ; yowig, an to to-ins
ins to-ins and' feeling many years less.
Hughes is retiring atter -38 years
of duty and- er,vioe to,.his job ana
community. -Jf-.''. Ll
Where can I bitgm? t'ke
proud. Texan,! imagine Bill will
it ImnMrn TA the se-

lect few who are not aware of
,u. ft lie i born in Dal-

las, Texis, onr Auff. 16, MOrHe
served a couple of, hitches total-

came to theCanal 5?one m 1
and, for short time, was employ.
J V. U Tanlrc TtlVljUtlTI.

i... in Tniv laafi that Oil!

.l.aian Wtm MYMP With ttlS Lit

nal Zone police. The- Atlantic side
.1 OS nm in 143 when ht

fMnrfwivH to Balboa, but

on May 21, 1944 he was hack jt
his old stomping grounds and aft after
er after having heW several posts on
the force, was appointed senior
traffic, officer in Cristobal on. A-
Nonfwttl'' ay&&ktl Wet'
that a police oicerTs lot is no.
an easy Oinei fon his ob,,proppr ob,,proppr-ly
ly ob,,proppr-ly performed, is never a plea,
sajnt Ms HUthesj' dptte, M
strict adtoraflfOt to duty ad) hh
insistence' on' eyeryone complying
with the law. Ktal found time to
iH. lifolnno friAndS'hli.

u- ;W and still is, alwavs

ready to 'tend' a klepins hand in
community activities, fts role t"
v:vio' ufatv fnr voun esters ana

.i,,. u.lk nmvmms has no'ic

much towards a morally healthy
girafajP of tbese Cana ;w-

Biir 23 years on the Isthmtf"

is probaniv noiien win u
exploits on the Athletic Field as
anvwhere else. For more than 10
vears heawas the most outstann
Ins pitcmr ?m the Atlantic Twt
light LaBae. M(Je was known s
a terror at the mate, not only m
baseball; but in f mapY of the
Isthmian Softball leaetes and car carried
ried carried his ability into the Polico
softball league, cccountihg for ma-

wft:.-... -.": hi" "7

ny of Cristobal division's cham championships.
pionships. championships. He even did a short
stint in theVCamp Bierd Cricket

Club. But biu s reai ioe i
sporting field is baseball and
there are few that doubt the fact

that he could have jnaoe e

grade, probaftly even in ine ws
time, had he set his sights on a
in fhst liplfl

laicii

But he was eonteni w remaiu

in me amateur iiea u w
ntely so too for he is iipr
sible as any other single pawon
lor the long reign of the 25-ye8r-old
AUantic Twilight League, On Only
ly Only in recent years, with the

league on ine verge jw.. t".
aahln roturnon tn his famili.f

ciirrrainrlinsn and managed a team

6f youngsters in order to kp

the loop alive, inouen om nu

retired from nis active piyfs
days, he kept close to the ganie.
umpiringand holding official posts
in the league. ..
On May 19, 1983, h marrwd
Myrtle Pierson, a Balboa 1 a s s

who still bristles wnn a youuuiK
friendly smile. They have two
children, Sandra, 19, and Tommy.
24. Tommy is currently putting

in a tour oi duty m- ine
but he is a profess'onal ball play player
er player who seems headed for the Ma
jor Leatfues as won as he com

pletes his Army auiy. iwirau s
Ditching feats with the Fresno
team of the California League

and more reeenjlv with' Hfliis Hfliis-fn
fn Hfliis-fn arp uipll known on th

Canal Zone as ar his accompish

lin ing win, (A, ,4
T ;i. rfhop i lib o enn 9 Natllrn

l fnr Ihnrn arp nnrip thai will

question the fact that Hiehes

worked constantrjr wun qn ium ium-mx
mx ium-mx in his everv spare- mometit
and bekms a W: broad tsmils
each tithe Tom's name appears
solattered Over the sports pagp pagp-of
of pagp-of the Texas iiewspaber, It
would be unfair to say herwi
Bill taught Tom everything he
knew from his vast store of base baseball
ball baseball knowledge, and that knov.l-
orlop hue hopn sprvinp Tom wel'

ip his professional baseball ca

reer. . , .

No! An -era does not pass
with the retirement of Bill
HnvhiH Oiii l p I hp contra rv. He

has left an indeiioie marK in ni.
every field of endeavor, be it at
work, at play or in nia many
community activities. His accom
Dlishmenrs are too many to Ms?,
but it can be said without exag

lack pepper, 1-8 teaspoon garlic

nnnnfor 1 tppasnnon nowdpred

dry mustard, and 3-4 teaspoon

ground red pepper. Bring to boil boiling
ing boiling point. Cool.

Hot Succotash Sala
(Yield: 54 servingi)

Santa 1.2 run iliced onion in

tablespoons melted butter or mar

garine in a heavy skillet until
nninns am limn Add 2 CUDS shelled

freln lima beans (2-3 pounds n-

snetied) 1 cup water ana &
teaspoon salt. Bring to a boil.
Cover and cook 10 minutes' or

until beans are almost tender.
Add 2 cups fresh cut corn kenerls

(3-4 ears), 1-4 cup diced green or
red pepper and 1 cup sliced celery,
continue cooking, covered, until
corn is tender, about 5 minutes.
Drain, if necessary. Combine J -3
run mavonnaise with 2 table

spoon fresh lemon juice, ,1 teas teaspoon
poon teaspoon salt, 1-4 teaspoon ground
black pepper, 1-4 teaspoon garlic
powder, 1-2 teaspoon powdered
dry mustard and 2 2 teaspoon

whole oui seed, aoo to vegetaDies
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The reception for the nuclear
I Ar waa a hnicternna one

There were cheers, waves, whit

tles and tons of ticker tape ana
confetti. The greeting was not
nnitii an A o r.cnlittino aa that II.

corded to "Lucky Lindy" when he
enmo hums from ht ninnppr anln

flight across the Atlantic in 1927,

out tew uroaaway araoes nave
equalled that one.

Police estimated that 250,-

000 p sons lammed sidewalks

and skyscraper windows on lower
Broadway for Wednesday's ce ce-bration,
bration, ce-bration, which came as the cli climax
max climax to a three-day welcome to
the Nautilus.
The submarine arrived in the
outer harbor late Sunday fter

completing a record undersea
dash across the A a n i from
England. Then it sailed to a berth

ai ine Brooklyn wavy Yard Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Some of the Nautilus crew had
to stay aboard the boat Wednes

115-man contingent made tha trip
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mj, uwuwj iv near ine mayor

xnwlatm this U.S.S. Nautilus day

New York City.

At an official lunch n ineir
honor, Mayor Robert F. Wagner
told the men:

"A American we see au,.

the valor, the adventurous spirit

nrf thai steadfastness oi ine Amer

ican pioneer in the achievement of
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Trans-polar voyage have charted
a course that will stand forever in
the annals of world adventure

along w th the explorations of
thnsp who came first to our con

tinent and those who later led the

migration westward.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 195S

JtkQt SIX

Scrolls Presented To Teachers
At Rainbow City Gym Program

With an overflow crowd In at-j
tendance atthe Rainbow City I
Gym, a recent program of recog recognition
nition recognition Sponsored by the Rainbow
City Civic council honoring Miss
iolet L. Bingham and Mrs. Eloise Eloise-Small
Small Eloise-Small was presented. Long before
the 10-item program got under underway,
way, underway, the seating capacity of the!
gym was completely filled. A
number of peopre had to remain
standing throughout the eve-j
ning.
Several well known personal!- j
ties from both sides of the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus attended the balanced pro program
gram program which was presided over by
Herman N. Watson and prepared
by the youth education and re recreation
creation recreation committee of the Coun Council.
cil. Council. Following the invocation by
Rev. David A Morgan of the
Bethany Baptist Church and
renditions by the high schorl
band and chorus, a scroll pre prepared
pared prepared by William Wilkie, princi principal
pal principal of the elementary school was
presented to Miss Bingham by
V. Aurelien, one of her former
students. The scroll marked her
outstanding service over th?
years.
In a c k n o w 1 edgement, the
teacher spoke commending the
Initiative taken by the council
and stated that her 31 years at
the school were well spent. A
bouquet was presented to her by
Miss Eneida Ortega at the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of her response.
Next came the scroll prepared
by Phillip A. Henry, teacher of
the elementary school, to Mrs.
Eloise Small. This was presented
to her by one of her former stu -dents,
Miss Ruth Blackmail, fo fo-voluHtary
voluHtary fo-voluHtary service for inmates of
the Gatun Prison.
Mrs. Small also spoke elo eloquently
quently eloquently in acceptance of the
scroll and added that she was

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Corner Calle 7a.. & Carrelera Central, Rio Abajo
Telephone 4-1443

taken completely by surprise and
finds It a pleasure to perform the
civic duties she has undertaken.
A letter of commendation was
sent by Rev. Victor J. Watson of
the Methodist Church to Mrs.
Small, this was read by the
chairman and presented to her.
A novel feature of the program
was a recitation by Miss Betty
Forte.
The benediction by Rev. Father
Daniel Renaldo, CM. of the St.
Vincent's Roman C,a t h o 1 i c
Church brought the program ti
a close.

Efhibil To Mark
Ooenino Of New
Flower Shop Sunday ;
Arrangements have been com peted
for a flower show to be
held Sunday afternOn at the new
arita flower shop on Estudiante
treet to coincide with the open opening
ing opening of the shop.
To be carried out by the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Evergreen Garden Club -under
the direction of Mrs. Pat
Morgan, the show will be held
from 5 to 7 p.m.
The exhibition, will feature a
display of the latest floral ar arrangements
rangements arrangements with native and im ported
flowers. Admission will be
free.
The new flower shop is owned
tr Mrs. Mita S. Young, wife of
the editor and publisher of the
weekly Panama Tribune, Sidney
A. Young.
FAST
'AST

The Farmacia Fatima (located in El Mercado el Rey), on
Via Espana, will substitute Telephone Exchange No. 3 as
one of your neighborhood collection centers to receive pay payment
ment payment of your electric, gas and telephone bills.
This greater convenience will save you much lost time
for it will take but a few short minutes out of you busy day.
No need anymore to "go out of your way" ta pay your
utility bills. Just stop in anytime you are in the neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. Other conveniently located neighborhood collection centers are:

S.A.
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CASA SPARTON
Avf. 7a. i rimul, 2(i l0:i u iilldiMiln)
Telephone 2-IOKI
Bram h: Ave S, 13 St
Telephone 2 3098

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Pathological Liar
Who Nearly Killed
Patient Asks 'Life'

CHICAGO (UPD- A self-styled
"pathologicsl lir," who was un
covered posing as a doctor when
he prescribed a v lethal dose of
medicine for a heart patient,
pleaded today to be "put away
for life."
Peter J. Frank, 31, told police,
"I'm not fit to live. If I'm not
put away for life maybe some somebody
body somebody will die because of me.''
rrank has been confined to
mental institutions twice and wai
recently released from the Cook
County correctional institution on
a narcotics charge.
He was "practicing" medicine
prior to his previous arrest, po po-lice
lice po-lice said.
The man who operated as "Dr.
Edwin Galler" was exposed wheB
he prescribed a large overdose of
epinephrine for a cardiac patient
he was ealled on to treat.
The error in Frank's prescrip prescription
tion prescription was noted by a private nurse
who called a physician, who is
turn notified police.
Frank confessed the hoax but
told y police it would do no good
to give him a lie detector test
since "I'm a pathological liar."
Frank told police tye struck up
a friendship with a doctor short shortly
ly shortly after he was released from
jail. He told the doctor he also
was a physician but was having
trouble starting a practice after
moving here from California.
He said the doctor "helped
show me the ropes" and aided
him in getting cases through a
telephone answering service. He
said he charged $8 per house call
and had treated about 100 pa pa-Itients
Itients pa-Itients for various minor ailments
in a two-month period.
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Teleiphont 11235

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La ftxposlrlun Branch
Ave. 4 i.. n. tm-iia; 4k Calle
Telephone 3-0425

Old Timer Clayton Waterman
1$ Awarded Gold Safety Key

The Rainbow city Civic Coun Council
cil Council met on Tuesday evening last
and hel i di ts monthly general
meeting Tuesday at the High
School study hall. A well attend
ed general meeting, followed.
V. C. Reed, Northern District
Supervisor of the Canal Son
Grounds Branch, conducted a
brief ceremony honoring Clayton
Siamese Twins
Won't Be Parted;
Parents Object
LONDON (UPD Siamese
twins have been born to a wealthy
couple in a London hospital, it
was disclosed today. The couple
whisked the children into hiding
alter announcing they did not
want to have them separ ited.
A spokesman for the Queen
Charlotte Hospital said the twins
were born there "a few weeks
ago" and they were healthy. He
declined to identify the oarenls.
London newspapers reported the
Dames- parents did not want them
separated "ior religious reasons'
m belief that what God hat ininerf
together no man should put asun-
ucr.
Nobel Scientist
Dr. Lawrence Is
Dead In Palo Alto
PALO ALTO, Calif., Aug. 28 28-'UPDDr.
'UPDDr. 28-'UPDDr. Ernest 0. Lawrence,
director of the University of Ca California
lifornia California radiation laboratory and
Nobel Priie winner, died last
nigiu, alter an operation.
A spokesman at the hospital
sUd Lawrence died at 10:56 p,m,
a few hours after he underwent
an operation for ulcerative coli colitis.
tis. colitis.
Up to then, his condition had
uuy.peen oeiievea serious."

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BADGES AWARDED Col. Ralph A. Jones, Jr., left, com commanding
manding commanding officer, 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, presented
Jungle Expert Radges to members of the Reconnaissance Pla Platoon
toon Platoon of Headquarters and Headquarters Company. Jones is
pictured here with the platoon's leader, 1st Lt. Carleton Coulter
III, while Sgt. John Snipes receives the first certificate. The
sergeant attained a score of 913 out of a possible 1000 points
which was the highest of the platoon during the unit's jungle
training at Fort Sherman. (U.S. Army Photo)

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OMPAfllA PAN AM KS A DG FtRRZA Y LTJZ
Avenlda Central
Telephone Oil

N. waterma nfor his 46 years of

meritorious service. The Super
visor, representing the Panama
Canal Company, presented the
honoree with a Safety Certificate
and a 30-year gold safety key
signifying Waterman's continu continuous
ous continuous service without suffering an
accident. He praised the long and
faithful service given by Water Waterman.
man. Waterman. in acknowledging the tokens,
Waterman thanked the company
for the honor and stated that
the awards received will be dear-.
ly remembered. He also praised
the council for Its accomplish accomplishments
ments accomplishments and hoped for Its contin continuous
uous continuous success.
In addition to the. awards pre presented
sented presented by Read, a letter of com commendation
mendation commendation v from, the council
signed by the president was read
by Holden Cockburn, correspond corresponding
ing corresponding secretary and given to Wa Waterman.
terman. Waterman. Also a purse made up
through the combined contribu contributions
tions contributions of Waterman's supervisors
and co-worker Was presented to
him by James s. Raymond. A big
round of applause followed as
the ceremony came to an end.
Other highlights of the meeting-
included (1) a report by
council representative O. B. Shir Shirley,
ley, Shirley, of the Pedro Miguel confer conference
ence conference with Gov. W. I. Potter; (2)
a request to residents to acquaint
the council of their complaints,
satisfaction or recommendation
relative to commissary services
so that the community's Views
may be expressed at the Com Commissary
missary Commissary customer forum slated tp
be held at Balboa Heights on
Sept. 8; (3) an appeal from Pres President
ident President Jefferson Joseph to all in
terested residents desirous of
olacini their names on the Nov,
5 ballot to contact the chairman
of the nominating committee,
Dave E. White, telephone 3-2881;
and (4) the reading of the coun
cil's financial statement and an
open forum discussion on multl
pie topics,.

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seum rises on a corner of New york's Fifth Avenue, Designed by famed architect Frank
Lloyd Wright, the. art museum will not have conventional floors, but will employ a spiraling
ramp winding to the top of the tub-like main section. A giant glass dome will top oil the
whole thing.

Ike Gives Pep Talk
To Leaders Of GOP

rmr.AGO fUPI) President

Eisenhower gave Republican lead-j the upward road. We shall reach
ers a pep talk yesterday and o H new heights in a national economy
sured them that they could make whose boundaries are still unimag unimag-their
their unimag-their "great gains" in the con- ined. This I believe,
gressional campaign this year ii "And I believe te American
they turned out a big vote. voter ii going to be gratified that
He also called on them to lay the we have overcome the economic
administration record, particularly i chllenge without risking, the cer cer-in
in cer-in the field of defense, before the i tain dangersof unnecessarily big
voters and to lead Demoerati deficits and the snares of a hssti hssti-"defeatists
"defeatists hssti-"defeatists away from the wailing ly devised patchwork f costly

wall.
The President spoke by tele telephone
phone telephone from the White House to
joint session of he Republican
National Committee and the GOP
Finance Committee, meeting here
to plan the 1958 campaign.
Vice President Richard M. Nix Nixon
on Nixon also telephoned a message
wHcn wss relayed to thP 'y,
audience by National Committee
Chairman Meade Alcorn.
Calls Per Offensive
"We must get off the defensive
and, on the of ensive," Nixon said.
Eisenhower told the Republicans
who arc underdogs in their drive
to regain control of congress tnisi
year, that mere was no reaon
for the GOP to lose a single Mouse
Or Senate seat.
But more than his we can
make great gains in the House
and Senate if we do Just three
things work and vote and get
others to vote," he said.
fT" ssid the party "would sine-
lip" whenever it failed to get out
the vote as lt did a year ago. He
reminded that on that date a
Democrat, William Proxmire, was
elected to the Senate from Wis
consin for the first time in zs
years.: ,. M
The President also asked the
GOP to give the voters "the Re
tibucan niattorm and the reoora
Republican performance." He
ssked that they be told:
. .What we have done to keep
Mace instead of war. to provide
or them defense of the Free
World, to develop rapidly a found
satellite and missile nrogram, to
encourage scientific education and
to raise farm income."
Chides Democrats
Then he took his slap at the
Democrats.
"Let's lead the defeatists away
from the wailing wall." he said.
Time has oroveri right this ad
ministration's confidence in the

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1 American economy. We are on
public works."
Elsenhower said what the Re Republicans
publicans Republicans do now will be import important
ant important as they point ahead for the
presidential campaign of 1960.
"Our immediate task, is to have
our party workers feel- so deeply
and fiercely "concerned about the
political u'e of the nation that we
will produce the ground-swell on
which middle of -the-rosd, creative
Republicanism will carry our
country forward to new heignts
of achievement," he said.

Florida Real Estate Man Devises
Mortgage Finance Plan For Chlte

By DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 A Mia Miami
mi Miami businessman went down to
South American the other day to
help work out one of the most di -ficlt
problems in the financing,
of hosing.
Arthur Courshon, head of the
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami Bech.
was asked by the International
Cooperation Administration to help
formulate a pkn to finance nous
ing in Chile, where inflation hns
depreciated mortg"es to such an
extent that, it's difficult to gc
loans on homing.
In the United States, billions
dollars in housing have been fi finance
nance finance through mortgages, but r
many Latin American countries
inflation is so serious that mort mortage
age mortage money invested in hos'ni?
gage money invested in honsinp
one year may be worth 16 to 20
per .cent less the next year.
This is one reason by Latin-American
countries have fallen btr
hind in new hom'ng. Without fi fi-nances
nances fi-nances -for housing, no ,hodsing
starts are made. t
Last year a the initiative of
Pedro Beltran, pub'isher of Amn's
La Prensa, the ICA sent Morton
Bodfish, head of the U.S. Savings
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Solomon R. auacenheim Mu
FIRE FIGHT Map shows bor border
der border area where Indian and
Pakistani troops have beep fir firing
ing firing on each other. The fighting
violated a cease-fire signed
both governments last May
and Loan League, to Peru. Bod Bodfish,
fish, Bodfish, however, was unable to lick
the inflation problems and cane
home after various high sounding
pronouncements. V
This summer, the ICA dratted
Courshon, up-and-coming Miami
businessman, to go to SaBtiapf
Chile. Courshdn devised the follow following
ing following plSn. If salaries tncrea-d
during any twelve-month period,
then the value of mortgages also
increased by a similar nascent nascent-age.
age. nascent-age. Likewise, if salaries mcreis mcreis-ed,
ed, mcreis-ed, payments on mortgages in
creased by a similar percent?. "c.
This plan protected the investor
so that his mortgage money did
not dwindle down to nothing dur during
ing during a ten-year period, as has hap happened
pened happened in so- many Euroren
countries whioh have suffered
from fun-tway inflation.
Courshon' s plan WSS placed be before
fore before Perez de Arce, presiden' of
the Chilean Senate, who called In
leaders oc various Chilean parties.
They agreed to adont the plan on
a binsv-tisan basis after tlje
coming election; Awustine Mfo
wards, editor of El Mercurio. al also
so also efldorM th ln.
Meanwhile. ICA i sending the
CoiTshon reooi" to Rua'tomale as
well as to the Inter-Ametican
Housing Institute at Bogota.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST M. 15I

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HTyyo Dark Horses:

mm Tommv, Barbara

NEW YORK (NBA)- One of the
latest record companies te crst
through Ui new ounl barrier is
Felated (the Amenean attlnate o.
London) with aome top setters,

sucn aa me -voice
jobs. ,,. UP

reistea s it7

nt if interesuni to ioo at some

of these coming start start-Twothat
Twothat start-Twothat they're pinning their

hopes, on for emp, r
bara Allen and Tommy Mara. You

've probably never ne.ro !.. ound when -h.

Afljp, while lommy. -' .ZIT, LuIm and io.n in he

"rH "rnak Tsome rSSrt?- cm'fun wiUt Junior-end tb, Juts. And
u&&SXS. 1 1 wrote the song-or .Urted .t.

aUVJAW a .-f

nit man men in am w ---- -------
C0U In society. He 4s the riskier work. But even before they
start to work, and Hr they re Urt.jnore male,', die to accidents.

And in we later years, wnen diseases wr vw in
: f Mil tu(A .ti1AKl llifin vrfimn.

iKuitrs, men sun aire i5siajr vv ,-
f Data from Metropolilaa Life Insurance Co.

Br

1 Tommy Mara 1

Barbara Allen

tiM.. u.J m rlnlnff sweet bal-

..v. Tntnmv. "lUst wlWB

rolk-and roll was starting to come

in big. so wey wem mrwuasw-
V..,, u.van Conn.. bltf

.Mil livot thare. making nun

one of the tew commuting singers.

By the time ne was i
i rf the Rant ones COR-

test in Connecticut, and there are

precious w M-year-mo
round. ;

1959 Autos To Have Less
Chrome Than 1958 Models

Tommy, a gotKllooklng, husky

boy, hits ambitions to-do stage

work. And more lmmeamc um um-tions
tions um-tions to click on records, Just out
on FeUted is an intriguing record
of "Where the Blue of the NigW,
the first time anybody has record,
ted that since Bing Crosby. It ttkes

courage to follow Btng.
Felsted's temale entry is pretty
blonde Barbara Allen, a New Jer-

aey tdH who looks as oretty as sne
sounds, which Is plenty prty
She's the daughter of one of the
King Sisters-no, not the Four King
Sisters who are still around, but
the twO King Sisters who were mu musical
sical musical comedy s'arsevay back; the
were in the original version of 1

rene on sroaoway.-

And her grandfather was a mm

strel man. So sne grew up m

S DBTE0IT 1UPI) The auto
industry hopes to transform a
jeweLencnttted dowager into a
ileek bathing beauty in styling
of its 1959 models.
The industry recognized It
V in 1flSR With its

heavy use of chrome trim. It hM

car in 1958, it will be used only

to emphasize tne long, frucu.
in nt niost of the 1959 cars.

th. Phaiiee. of course, vary

ic thp hftst examrjle of

DIUVA v.
the change.

In its 1958 moaeis, buk. w

.iuihi"M n.'r' y
mer stock, did lots of, small-scale
singing. Thi oomiflq Fe'sted re release,
lease, release, though, is her first record
It's a cute number called om om-mv's
mv's om-mv's Song It has nothing to do
with Tommy Mara.

Unt T nsvar finiahsd it

"When 1 finally cam to New
York and played some tongs tor
Don Costa at ABC-Para mouni. be
heard everything I had and said.
Anything else?' So I sang what
I'd written of 'Diana' and Vtotu
in flni.h it That niaht I sat

up until three in the morning in
the Hotel President lobby, writing
it on a hotel typewriter. We re

corded it the next afternoon.
TktXlr'a Picks TW hit I hit

Italian import. "Nal BlO Dipinto

dl Blu," Iting by Domenico vlo

dugno. Others "BiacKDoara; n
(Utmri Bene. RCA): "Baby Come

Danv" linns TTntflUh. Felsi (' )

i rrniv Wav in lve" (Frankic

lilt S'iMJ .. J " 1
I.vmon. Roulette): "Carolmi,

Moon" (Connie Francis, MGM);

"ettys Blues (Tlu r. 5m,";'
firouo. London): "Where the Blue

,of the Night" (Tommy Mara,

F els tea); "uniy xeswroa? vi vi-tovani,
tovani, vi-tovani, London),; "MUdred, Our
Choir Director" (Roilo and Bolllv Bolllv-er,
er, Bolllv-er, MGM). j
Some pleasant, relaxedsummtr
background music--on Mt5M, Da
vid Rose Pys "Reflections in the
Water," nice soft stuff; on H(A
u.i pafia naint musical nictures

ncin i r ..
n- of 12 top male singers and calls
a it "Music for the' Weaker Sex ;

Coroner Decides

Gardener Bumped

Head Too Often

ROMFORD, England (UPI)-A
coroner's jury has ruled that Bar Bar-tie
tie Bar-tie CunneU, 55, died ef the ac
cumulative effect of repeatedly
striking his head on low roof
beam ot his garden ihed during
2t years,
Th vprriift nf accidental death

was returne-1 yesterday. Cunr.eil

oiea in nosptui aner a orain

nemorrnage. neieaiivei lesunea
he often hit his head en the
beam on entering the shed. Dr.

Cyni Raeburn, a pathologist, said
his condition was comparable
with that found in punchdrunk
boxers.

Coroner Louis Beccle said:
"They were very minor injuries,
which he would not take notice of

at tne time. But tney an added
up and produced this condition.
There is no other explanation."

heavy use of chrome trim, iv ne of the heaviest users oi
cut back, in some cases drasti- hfome The 19s8 Bulck had

cany, l" -uo
While chrome was used to
cover heavy, bulky jtaeijfjhe

Liahter Side

1 t4e

There, in front of the J, ff
Nchols Co. at Montgomery, Ala.,
fay a big watermelon-unat,
Wtl! came by on his bicycle.

ana uw t6- v, tho

Employes watcnea uw v
window as the lad stepped off
bike and the
that lok In his eye. He expen
minted, and found that it wojUd
be impossible to carry the thing
on,i8 JSfw btiv real boy

would do. He left the bicycle, Hit Hit-e
e Hit-e he melon In his arms and
strolled out of sight down the
street.
There is a W
sphere at Augusta G a that ex extends
tends extends even into the orinanly
businesslike realm of ( public func function.
tion. function. Example: thB
... nnnrtha from the

ao&VMrand Mr. Wa?
ratn who had gone f shtrg.

Neighbors called the fire depan
The intrepid smoke-eaters gal
.loped up tne stairs, traced the
smoke to its sour ce
smouldering pot of Wagwy
peas that had been left on the
Firemen most everywhere have
had this experience, of ""We.
Wt thev don't ordinarily distin distin-guk'toemselves
guk'toemselves distin-guk'toemselves by wrltfn ( notes
such as this, one left for the

vprp hut vou were

I ill W1IIV.
u,.r,mo enianhftd all over it. But

the 1959 Bulcks will display less
chrome than any car has in
many years.

nhrnmt nh the Side

panels of the 1959 Bulck will be a
.rrrmr lUn alOHB Aft ,08,Ual

diVisiW betWeerr4drf)P w

par and the fins ana anouiei

There've been many stones wrl wrl-ten
ten wrl-ten on how Paul AnVa "it, started
in song writing, wih "Diana" and
many guesses on just who D'ana
was. Here's the true story, from
Ank himself.
"The real Diana was a babv sit

ter a" Pc'l, "h- home in
O'tawa. Canada.' She'd be hi
sit with mv kid brother. Junior
h's real name is Andy. He's

rei nam.
ivnit Vnsiur hftm eirl nf 18 or

it pre-iwearing the b' hats an

fru't on w

on MGM, Acquavlva describes in

music A Man ano nis
if you like tender organ, Dot has

Al Bollington ana urgan
Hi-Fi
r'n alliums full of Brandenburg

Concertos from RCA. Both arc

the fine work ot muncn ana i
Boston Symphony. They r'cy
Bach's Brandenbura Concertos 1,

2 and 3 on one cusc, ana n

and 6 on the other, nne interpre interpretations
tations interpretations and excellent sound.

car Kiiu uie - ,,,
narrow strip along the crest ofjtn hamlt un with Dots and n"'
" 7. r k:. U.J Limine Tliona 9H

the fins.

w. Junior used

,iti atvlists sav they design

ed the 199 model without any

chrome and then aaaea enrome
to emphasise the natural lines of
the cars.

spSwVchrom? Vone SjH is with boyi.of 15 or so.e,,, 1
. r . . ..i. will Hp ":. : :

Its lines Dut mosv. uuicj.-.

on hfs h"i, -"i-mo uiana ana
her friends. AH the girls
h)m and wmH round wbne

Dixna hahv sat with .Tunmr n
he'd nut on the pots and pans and
be ,r"iv.
"W, T had simefMivg of a crush
Iia T mince Vnii lrnn,' liiv

FOOT ITCH

of your feet crack and pel? The real

causa of tt.esa foot troublei li frm

ana tn an
natat uc

lh allmnt i known bv an

h as "AMini rooi.

not

hot,

,; came on in-the place wa.s

trimmed ludidony to give the
car a "cleaner" look.

Ford Motor Co. also nas moveo

towaiM quiet dignity in styling

its 1959 models.
t One Ford official described the
difference between the compa company's
ny's company's 1958 and 1959 cars this way:
"Thfe 1958 looked like a big,

bulky car. The; 196J tan't WW

smaller hut it has a 'llKm, on i

feet' appearance. It doesn't look
like it would take a giant sized
engine to drag It away from a
stop light."

TViu new annearance oi tne

Ford cars is achieved again by

using chrome oniv to mgmnni
the natural lines of the car.Ford
will add to the change, however,

by offering two styles ot tops on
some of its cars one fashioned
after the sharp-lngled "thunder-
UlA tnn mnA the other follOW-

ing the traditional curved styi-

"' ....

rVir-lor fnrnoratlon'S si.yiiuu

was expected to be least changed
sf anv nf tha "hio- three" SUtO

ma Vara Tint, here ftnain. attempts

will be made to make the chrome

emphasize the car s lines rum"
than cover them ap.
In 1959 the auto stylists hope
to emphasize the beauty of their
pars with chrome, not create
beauty with It.

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I

Panes,

Woman, He Tells Boy

the'e All Oi"hl

DENHAM, England (UPD

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

And smoke was billowing Torn

It could have been bad, but ij

... Vita rlesned UD as USUfit

'. -.1 .u...y tA auervthins in

50 you auuuiu :3-iu.
pretty good shape. How was the

J 1 Mil u ft C

Wftcials at. Gyin, Ala., ttnw
tingly turned over ownership of
the town's water tank to a citi citizen,
zen, citizen, J. Eck Underwood. But U
Verwood, who lost possession cf
three bnilding lots in the samn
transaction, gave the water
It turned out that in an owner
1. ,.r,-lllPtl

sn.ri transter a cier -- ,u

the word "south" on a fleea gtrangler wawea put k
where: "north" should have bee A, room where he had just raped
which switched the two holdings and murdered Mrs. Joyce Green
to the wrong parties. and smilingly told her error-
c stricken year old son.. "Don t
Predicament of the week: Crai' cry, ionny, your mothers tl
Jones. 11. decided to take a 1 right." &

trio n the elevator w a nuim-. v pobce saw tne si

tirUlion. iib., uiiu)f,-u motner pui up

neiore sne wa muraww

Hav shnrllv after her nusnann

had left for work.

Little S'ephen Green m unaer

the covers of his oed wnen ne
thp man attack his mother.

When her screams stopped he got

up again and met tne, Kiuer tace

tA.faa

A n.. tha killer unnke til him

and left the house, Stephen tried

to rouse his momer, men ran
sobbing to a nalghbor, "Mother's

laarl mother's deed."

Under patient questioning by
Scotland Yard's murder squad,

m. hnv t.ilrf hia atnrv and ne

acrlbed the murderer as "a big

man in blue with a white la.ee.'

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Young Jn Mullfns now knows
about women, and their well-
Vnniim Hrlla

Jon was the only contestant in
a a.H rinli liakihc contest at

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JvniAviiu a. v"t t
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 15
Banks, Kuenn Out To G
Series Share'

PAGE EIGHT

et 'World

Pay Boost For Hitting
Could Top Series Cut
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 28 (UPI) Ernie Banks of
"the Cubs and Harvey Kuenn of the Tigers have
found a way to get a "World Series share" without
even playing on a pennant-winner.

j Impossible? Not the way Banks
and Kuenn are going about it.
I A winning World Series share
Las worth $8,924.36 last year anu
both Banks and Kenn are g!oa
bets to eqal that sm, if not lop
it in the form of a pay bcx.si
this winter as a result of the wa
they're hitting now.
Banks hammered his 42nd home
run yesterday to help the Cubs
beat Use Phillies, 5-2. The slggiut
Chicago shortstop is only two
home runs behind Babe Ruth s re
cord 1927 pace.
And Kenn collected six hit3 in
a day-night doubleheader with the
Red Sox to boost his average to
.328 and wresl the America
League batting lead from Peu Peu-Runnels
Runnels Peu-Runnels of Boston. Kuenn had four
ingles and a pair of doubles
Boston won the opener, 3-2, and
Detroit the nightcap, 7-2.
Kansas City defeated th. New
York Yankee, U-7 trimming the
Bronx Bombers' league lead to
11 1-2 games; Cleveland topped
Baltimore, 8-5, and Chicago nip nipped
ped nipped Washington, 2-1.
San Francisco handed Milwaukee
a 3-2 loss in 12 innings to cut the
Braves' lead to seven games. Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh crushed St. Louis, 14-1, ami
Cincinnati outlasted Los Angeles,
8-7.
' Tom Brewer held the Tigers to
six hits, half on them by Kuenn
in pitching the Red Sox to victory
in the afternoon game. Jim Pier Pier-sall's
sall's Pier-sall's sacrifice fly brought in the
winning run In the sixth inning
Jim Bunning was the loser. Paul
Foytack held Boston to eight hits
in the nightcap while- Gail Harris
drove in four runs with a home:
and a double. Charley Maxwell al also
so also homered for Detroit oft loser
Ike Delock.
Kansas City, taking advantage
of Bobby Richardson's error,
tame up with seven runs in the
first inning against the Yankees
ind then survived home rum hv
Yogi Rerra and Mickey Mantle to
win. The A's smashed out 18 hits,
including four by Hal Smith, Tom
Gorman was the winner and
Johnny Kucks the loser.
Reliever Don Mossi saved Cleve
lands win over Baltimore when
he stemmed a ninth-inning rally
Cal McLish. credited with his 14th
victory, had an 8-3 lead ntil the
ninih when he loaded the bases
and gave up one run. Mossi came
In with the bases still loaded and
none out. He yielded one more
run and then retired the side. Mic
key Vernon and Billy Moran had
three hits apiece for the Tribe.
Sothpaw Billy Pierce of the
Whit Sox held the Senators to
Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:00
Robert Taylor Julie London
"SADDLE THE WIND"
in Cinemascope & Color! t
COCO SOLO 7:00
Hal March Merry Anders
"HEAR ME GOOD"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Ronald Colman
Elizabeth Allan
"A TALE Or TWO CITIES"
(Reneat Run)
GATTJN- 78
Robert Ivers
William Bishop
"SHORT CUT TO HELL"
In Vista Vision
MARGARITA 6:15 & 8:20
Fred Astalre Red Skelton
"THREE LITTLE WORDS"
In Color!
(Repeat Run)
PARAISO 7:00
"THE YOUNG DON'T CRY"
and "BAIT"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
Dane Clark
William Tallman
"THE MAN IS ARMED"
CAMP BIERD 7:00
'CHICAGO CONFIDENTIAL'
and "BWANA DEVIL"
ATTENTION
Junior Matinee Fam
B A L
SATURDAY
B O
10:00
a.m.
Candy Matinee:
"TARZAN and HIS MATE"
A sack of candy will be
Biven to all who attend!

TODAY-THEATRES.TODA.Y
CP IT OLIO TIVOLI VICTORIA RIO
Z5C i 15c. 35c. i is ...
BANKI $125.00 iSt. ifc,
GHELLADYIID ProM,Wtd ,or mn0ri Spanish Program! Spanish Program!
with Dane Clark feiJiL LA MUJBR LA FAR AON A
- Also: MADRE Y AMANTE DOS CABAS with Lola Flores
THE NAUGTY A10: Also: . Also:
WltWanHL.lt "ffiriffiffi8 AQUI E8T AN LOS POLIO A Y
WU DV CAROLINA AGUILARBS LADRONES

four hits in posting his 15th vie
lory. iorm laucmn produced

Washington s only run with his 12
homer in the seventh. The White
Sox scored both their runs oti
Camilo PascUal in the lourth on
Nellie Fox's safe bunt plus doubles
by Billy Goodman and Don Muel Mueller.
ler. Mueller. Banki' hitting and the four four-bit
bit four-bit pitching of Bob Andersen
enabled the Cubs to snap
five-game losing streak at the
xpense of the Phils. Andersen
struck out nine and the only ex extra
tra extra -bas( hit he allowed was
homer by Harry Anderson. Curt
Simmons suffered his 13th loss.
Despite five hits by hammering
Hank Aaron, tne Giants won their
game from the Braves when re reliever
liever reliever Bob Trowbridge walked Or Orlando
lando Orlando Cepeda with the bases til
in the 12th. It marked the Giant's
iirst victory over the Braves i'r
nine games and it was credited to
Al Worthington, who entered the
game iri the 10th. Daryl Spencer
and Joe Adcock each hit homers.
The Pirates smashed out 18 hits,
including home runs by Dick
Stuart, Bob Skinner and Bob Poi
terfield in beating the Cardinals.
Porterfield started for Pittsburg Pittsburg-bt
bt Pittsburg-bt had to leave the game when
he twisrted his left knee covering
first base in the fourth inning.
Vera Law took over, allowed or.
hit the rest of the way, and gained
his 10th victory. Rookie Nels Chit Chit-tum
tum Chit-tum was the loser.
Pinch-hitter Pete Whisenant's
grand-slam homer off Fred Kion
in the fi th inning was the key
blow in Cincinnatis win over Los
Angfeles. The homer gave the Red Red-blew
blew Red-blew in Cincinnati's win over Los
Newcombe then drove in what
proved the delisive run in the se seventh
venth seventh when he walked with the
bases' full in a pinch-hitting role.
Roy McMillan also homered for
the Redlegs while Carl Furillo
Don Demeter and Steve Bilko con
nected for the Dancers.
SCOUTED BY CINCINNATI
Gil Goniale Garrido Jr., 17-year-old
Panamanian bell-player who
hit th, only homrun for Pana Panama
ma Panama r during the World's (Carib (Caribbean)
bean) (Caribbean) Teenage Baseball Cham Championship
pionship Championship in Ciudad Trujillo, hit
been scouted by R.tdlodgs scout
Napoleon Reyes ae a possible
major league prosp.ct, accord according
ing according to Carlos Beta, the manag manager
er manager of the .Panama team who re returned
turned returned her yesterday. Reyes re reportedly
portedly reportedly displayed considerable
interest In young Garrido, the
sen of physical education direc director
tor director Gil Gonzalo Garrido, who
engineered the only triple pi ay
of th. championship.
TODAY-ENCANTO-.25-.15
WAHOO! ,$115.00
John Hodlak in
"CONQUEST OF COCHISE'
Vincent Price In
"MAD MAGICIAN"
DRIVE-IN
ft TODAY 28,
Inol Flynn Maureen O'Hara In
AGAINST Al l. FLAGS
Vowent mm
$1 10 per CAR!
Alan Ladd In
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DRUM BF.AT

Hause Shoots
Record 66 at
Brazos Brook

Long-hitting Don Hause has
established an amateur course
record of 66 over the new par
71 layout at the Brazos Brook
Country Club.
Playing with a new set of
Ben Hogan clubs and in the
company of Elwood Compton,
Mer French and Anibal Gal in -do,
Hause was out in 33 strokes
and back in 33. He had 5 bir birdies
dies birdies and 13 pars as follows:
Hole 123456789
Par 44435434 536
Hause 43424434 533
Hole 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Par 44354443 435
Hause 4 3 3 5 4 4 4 2 435
The amateur record for the
old Brazos Brook course is held
by Anibal Galindo with a 5 un under
der under par 67 while Bob Fretland
established the pro record with
an 8 under par 64.
LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 325 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
G AB BR H Pet.
118 417 61 143 .343
121 487 79 165 .339
125 498 91 167 .J3.i
lZi 486 90 159 .327
Musial, St. L.
Ashburn, Phi.
Aaron, Mil.
Mays, S. F.
Skinner, Pit.
119 435 78 137 .J15
128 509 103 160 .314
107 429 47 131 .305
121.488 70 149 .305
125 481 77 146 .304
122 469 68 140 .29'J
Banks, Chi.
Dark, Chi.
Cepeda, S. F.
Walls, Chi.
Temple, Cin.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kuenn, Det.
114 458 61 150 .328
117 449 83 147 .327
113 417 77 136 .326
119 483 80 153 .317
91 341 37 108 .317
112 355 71 112 .315
127 515 74 161 .33
124 446 75 139 .312
119 440 73 137 .311
125 508 63 157 .309
107 363 64 112 .309
Runnels, Bos.
Cerv, K. C.
Power, Clev.
Goodman, Chi.
Williams, Bos.
Fox, Chi.
Jensen, Bos.
Sievers, Wash.
Malzone, Bos.
Siebern, N. Y.
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cbs
Thomas, Pirates
Aaron, Braves
Mathews, Braves
Robinson, Redlegs
42
34
28
37
26
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, Yankees
Sievers, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox
Colavito, Indians
Cerv, Athletics
37
34
33
31
29
RUNS ATT ED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Aaron, Rravs
Boyer, Cardinals
H. Anderson, Phils
110
m
8?
SO
7K
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
110
SB
33
Sievers, Senators
Colavito. Indians
CVrv. Athletics
Mantle, Yankees
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based en 12 decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L
Pet
Willey, Braves
Soahn, Braves
Worthington, Giants
Purkev, Redlegs
Burdette, Braves
8
17
11
14
IS
667
,654
.647
.63!",
.025.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Turley, Yankees 19 6
Delock, Red Sox 12 4
Hyde, Senators 9 3
McLish, Indians 14 6
.760
.750
.750
.700
Moore, White Sox 9 4
.692
Indians, Orioles
Double-or-Nofhing
BALTIMORE, Alia. 28 (UPI)
The Indians and Orioles play played
ed played double-or-nothing last night.
Eight doubles were hit in the
g? 'ie wen by Cleveland, 8-5.
Rocky Colavito, Leu Jackson,
Billy Moran and Vic Power
each doubled for the Indians
while Billv Gardner, Gene Wood Wood-ling,
ling, Wood-ling, Al Pilarclk and Joe Gfnt-b-
did Or,the Orioles.
The major league record for
doubles in one game is 23 set
by th Cardinals and Cubs, July
12, m.

Bisplingho

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SWIMMING CERTIFICATE Navy dependent Mary Edith
Batbirnie receives congratulations from Ma.i. Gen. Charles L.
Dasher, U.S. Army Caribbean commanding general, during an
awards presentation ceremony marking the close of the Fort
Amador Summer Recreation Program. Mary Edith won a 200 200-meter
meter 200-meter freestyle first place AAU certificate of award.
j (U.S. Army Photo)

Fearless Fraleys Reflections
Picture Pirate Pennant lit 9

By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW
YORK UPK) Fearless
reflections on sports u.
1 Fraley's
I general:
If they re really trying to fine
Frankie Carbo, why don t they
look in Mexico City?
It's amazing to me how those
high board divers keep from get
ting punch drunk. (And I don't
mean the ones in Madison Square
Garden.)
If I could catch fish on a hook
as easily as 1 catch the hook in
my pants I'd be the world's great greatest
est greatest fisherman.
Picking All-America teams is
one of the daffiest pastimes of
them all.
Argue all you want, but Roy
Campanelk always got my catch
ing business aheaa o. Yogi Berra
Likes Penn State
If home run hitters ride in Cad
illacs, Robin Roberts oughta buy
an agency.
Penn State's Nittany Lion
shapes up as the king of the
gridiron beats this fall.
A three-foot putt has to be the
toughest shot in golf. (Aside from
hitting the ball straight.) t
It takes more guts than a bur burglar
glar burglar to parlay Bermuda shorts
and a Van Dyke beard.
I learned my system for picking
horses from a guy who die'.
broke and it works just, as well
for me as it did for him.
Youngster Hat Clat
Ace Armstrong makes the class
iest moves of any new fightei
since a kid named Sugar Ray
Robinson.
Bob Lennon's Homer
In 9lh Helps Widen
Montreal Loop lead
NEW YORK, Aug. 28 (UPI) -Boh
Lennon cracked a three-run
homer in the ninth inning last
night to break a deadlock and give
Montreal a 6 3 decision over Buf Buffalo
falo Buffalo The vlctorv increased the
Royals' International League lead
to 5H games over Toronto.
Toronto split a double shutout
with Rochester, dropping the first
game, 2-0, and winning the night nightcap,
cap, nightcap, 13-0.
Buffalo hopped on Bob Darnell
for three runs in the second in inning,
ning, inning, but Montreal scored a run
in the third and two in the fifth
to tie the game. Darnell made his
first appearance since being as assigned
signed assigned to Montreal by the Los
Angeles Dodgers. He had a 1412
record with St. Paul of the Amer
lean Association.
Rochester scored both of its
runs in the fourth inning of the
opener to give Hugh Pepper his
ninth victory. Pepper gave up
three hits while Pat Scantlebury
Issued two for Toronto, Rocky Nel Nelson
son Nelson and Jim King led a 14 hit at attack
tack attack as they homered for Toron
to in the second game. It was Nel Nelson's
son's Nelson's 39th of the season Rudy Mi
oarcin picked up his eighth win.
In other games, Richmond de debated
bated debated Columbus, 94, and Havana
beat Miami, 9 2. Bob Chakales,
who needed relief, won his 10th
for the VeesJ while Emillo Cueche
went all the wsy for Havana to
lain his 13th triumph.

ft Among Leading

iir waw
The olunjipic women skiers
should do well the, next itime
around what with the events being
held in Squaw Valley.
Nobody can convince me thut
weight-lifter Paul Anderson- did
the 100 in under '12v"seonHn
less he was ridine in V trucjc
can me stubborn but, a year
laid, i ami use tne x anKs in six.
If people were a discourteous
in person as they, are, when driv
ing, amateur boxing would be the
wggest sport, of them U.
I won't be surprised if Pitt Pitt-burgh
burgh Pitt-burgh wins the National League
pennant next year.
Balboa Bowling
Center To Be
Reopened Sept. 2
The newly refrbished bowliw
alleys at Balboa will be opened
Sept. 2 after having been closed
since mid-May, it was announced
Wednesday. Eight lanes at the
Balboa Bowling Center have been
replaced and the other four, which
were replaced five years ago,
were refinished.
The contract work at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Bowling Center included the
new alleys, pin setters, ball re returns
turns returns and other equipment.
Secretaries of all bowling leagues
which plan to use the Balboa Cen Center
ter Center should now communicate with
P. S. Thornton, supervisor of the
Service Centers, to receive alloca allocation
tion allocation of schedules for league bowl bowling.
ing. bowling. AH Panama Canal bowling al alleys,
leys, alleys, including those at Margarita
and Diablo Heights, will be clos closed
ed closed all day Sept. 1, Lbor Day.
Clayton Cavaliers
Whip Navy Cagers
The Fort Clayton Cavaliers came
from behind in the second half tq
run an undermanned Navy team
into the ground 80-60 Tuesday
night at Reeder Gymnasium.
The game Navy team played
the entire game with only five
players and literally ran out of
steam in the last half. They led
t halftime 28-26 and held a 35 35-36
36 35-36 margin early in the third quar quarter
ter quarter be ore the Cavaliers cut loose
on thorn.
Clayton had a well balanced at attack
tack attack with guard Darnell Sanford
pacing the win with 18 markers.
Stan Christian added 15 and Dick
Gleason and Hiram Cushinberry
had 11 apiece.
Matt Johnson led the Sailors
with 18 tallies. Bill Burmesiter
tossed in 14 points.
Score by periods:
Fort Clayton n 26 5480
Navy 16 28 45-60
LEAGUE STANDINGS
Teems
Wl 08
8 0-
Albrook
Army Atlantic
Kobbe
Clayton
Army Atlantic
4
2
4
4tt
2 "2
it
4
fi
Amador
Navy
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US Amateur

Jerry Plttman and George Bou Bou-tell,
tell, Bou-tell, a pair of "boy wonders" from
the Southwest, and Don Bisplingnu
of Miami Beach, Fla., posted .he
most impressive scores Tuesday
in the sectional qualifying rounds
for the 1958 National Amateur
golf championship.
Pittman, 21, of Tulsa, Okla.. led
all qualifiers with an eye-opening
36-hole total of 135, while Bou' oil
only 14, was the youngest player
to earn a berth in the champion championship
ship championship flight at San Francisco's
Olympic Country Club, Sept. H-13.
Bisplingof, four time Florida
champion, bagged eight birdies as
ht led the Jacksonville section
with a 68-69137.
Most of the qualifying rounds
were played in rainy weather, pro
ducing unusually high scores in
some sections.
Playing over the Southern F'Hr,
Country Club course in Tulsa,
Pittman picked un seven birdies
and one eagle while posting cards
of 68 and 67.
Th temperature hit 110 decree
at Phoenix, Ariz., but it didn't
slow down young Boutell, who had
a 70-74144.
Fmnk Strafaci, now nlayins out
of Miami Beach, failed to make
the grade when he posted a 143
at Jacksonville.
In addition to Strafaci, other
"name" golfers who missed the
boat, to San Francisco wer? Tin,
Holland of Rockvillo Centre, N V..
farmer Wker .Gunner Jimmv
Halp o Philael"hi!i. a"'' Big Tpn.
Conference champion John Kon
sek.
Crooner Don Cherrv, who
nlfivj nut n' Pir4en City
w.Y Country Club, led fh '-York
York '-York oualifier! w'h j m'0 M2.
of"r prominent Polfers vbr
oualified were Rill famobel! of
Huntington, W. Va., Chuck Kocsis
of, Royal 0k. Mich.. Gene An-
rlrpws nf WhittiVr CnWt .T n r It
NipV'aus of CoMimh'"!. Ohio. Gene
rnHbender o' Atlanta. T i r r
Chanrna'1 Jr.. o Os'e"", Mass..
Ed Meistef Jr., of Willousl.bv,
Ohio.
Lt. Hillman Robbins Jr., o'
Memphis, Tenn., the 1957 amateur
''hampion. was exempt from firi
ifying 'along with other members
of the U.S., Canadian and Mexican
American Cur souarls.
The regional qualifyine will V
completed todav whn 19 entries
vie for 11 berths at Chicago.
Excursion Train
Taking Fight Fans
To Colon Sunday
Many Pacific side boxing: fans
who plan to take in the Char Charley
ley Charley DeBow-Edwin Sykes card
in' Colon Sunday, night will
travel to" the Atlantic side that
afternoon on a special train
which will leave the Panama
Railroad station at 2 o'clock.
The excursion train, which
will depart from Colon Rail Railroad
road Railroad station at 11 p.m., is to be
run under the auspices of the
Mutual Aid Club Of Paraiso
Round trip tickets are being being-sold"at
sold"at being-sold"at 75 cents.
DeBow, a 28-year-old New
York Negro, will make his Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian debut against Panama
bantamweight champion Sykes
in a 10-round non-title bout at
' a weight limit of 122 pounds.
' The visitor was scheduled to
work out at the Panama Gym
at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
' Unbeaten b ant a m weight
prospect Hector Hicks seeks his
sixth straight victory, this time
' against Sonny McKay in one
six-iound semifinal; and light lightweights
weights lightweights Fenley Hooker and An Andres
dres Andres (Asesino) Allen will swap
punches in another, also
scheduled for six'heats.
Featherweights David Wright
and- Panama Castillo will mix
it up in a four-round curtain
raiser.
Player Of The Day
ROBIN ROBERTS
They used to whisper he was
"too nice a guy" for his own
good, and last year they whis whispered
pered whispered he might be "washed up."
but now Robin Roberts of the
Phillies has a lighting chance for
his seventh 20-victory season.
Roberts marked up win No. 14
Tuesday with a typical fdur-hit
performance that downed the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago .Cubs.' 10-3. at Chicago.
What's more, he aided his own
cause with a three-run triple vthat
highlighted a six-run rally in the
fifth jnning that clinched the
game. I
Roberts, who disdains the
"brush back" pitch on which
many other hurlers rely, had a
poor start, giving up three runs
in the first inning, including a
two-run homer by Walt Moryn
one of the numerous gopher
balls" that have bothered Roberts
But after that h allowed onlv two
hits the rest of the way.
ine mime ace, now 31. won
20 or more games for six straw. .h:
years from 1950 through 1955. He
just missed with 19 the following
year and had a 10-22 mark last
year. But he's battling back along
the glory road,

SPOPT8

Editor: COttRADO SARGt AN (

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams
W
L
Pet.
GB
Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
San Francisco
Los Angeles
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
Chicago
74
47
45
60
60
60
57
51
52
St
59
64
45
47
65
70
.517
.532
.524
.484
.480
.472
.547
.453
13
13'2
14'
Today's Games
Milwaukee at San Francisco.
Only game scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
Pittsburgh 102 405 11914 18 0
St. Louis- 001 000 O0O--1 6 1
Porterfield, Law (4) ad Foiles;
Outturn, Mabe (4), Wight (4)
Apine m Stobbs (7) and Green,
S. Smith (81, WP-Law (9-li). LP
Outturn (01).
Cincinnati no 140 100- 11 l
Los Angeles 002 003 0207 9 1
, Nu?hu. Schmidt, (6) A c"kef
(7), Jeffcoat-(9) and Bailey; Wil-
fasV,EIfkine (1) KiPP 5), Klipo Klipo-stein
stein Klipo-stein (7-3), Labine (8) and Pigna-
??o Rrebo,r( (9).' WPNuxhall
(11-9). LP Erskine (44).
Dkn.j.i.L. V . ...3
x .maueipnia 100 100 0008 4 0
Chicago 200 002 10x K 7 i i
Simmons, Meyer (8) and Lopa Lopa-"
" Lopa-" Hegan- (8); R. Anderson (10)
and Neeman. LP-Simohs (8-13)
(12 innings)
100 000 100 0002 9 1
000 200 OOO 001-3 9 2
Mil.
Sa. Fco.
Pizarro,
hon (10).
Robinson (7), McMa McMa-Trowhrlrlsa
Trowhrlrlsa McMa-Trowhrlrlsa ni
2 oaL1; sMlller' wrthington (10)
and Schmidt. WP Worthington
Ql-6). LP-Trowbridge (1-3)
Along The Fairways
NASSAU FULL HANDICAP
TOURNAMENT
A Nassau Full Handicai Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament will be held at the Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador Golf Club starting Aug
30 through Sept. 1. Entry fee wHl"
be 50 cents per player. All mem
bers are elegible and encouraged
to Qompete, There will be six
prizes aviolloWs: f:
1st and 2nd low riet, 1st nine
holes.
1st and 2nd low net, 2nd
holes.
nine
1st and 2nd, low net, 18:hole4
Scotch. Foursome, Xonrnament
will be played on Sunday, Aug. 3
f'ojc. every ooay welcome. v ;
SETS TRACK RECORD
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.r.
(UPI)-My Last Try established a
track record for Saratoga's Uya; Uya;-mile
mile Uya;-mile hurdles course yesterday
when hTe won the M.IOO Lovely
Night Hurlde Handicap, in 3:47
1-5 The old mark of 3:48 4r5
was set by Greek Brother ealier
this month.
BALBOA

AIR CONDITIONED

TOMORROW ONLYt
Three little ships out-paced, ouf-gurtned, out outranged,
ranged, outranged, sent a mighty raider racing far
- neutral waters
THIS IS THE STORY OF THE GWANJCET GWANJCET-,
, GWANJCET-, BATTLESHIP. . THE GRAF SPEE!
JOHN GREGSON ANTHONY QUAYLE
PETER FINCH
(as Capt. Langsdorff)

"THE BATTLE OF

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams
W
Pet. GB
New York
Chicago
7f
47
44
41
40
44
51
52
.422
59
40
43
44
47
47
73
.532
.516
.4
.414
.472
.444
.414
11
13
14
17
19
24
24
Boson
Baltimore
Detroit
Cleveland
Kansas City
Washington
Today's Games
Open date.

Yesterday'. Results
Kansas City 700 210 610-11 18 9
New York 022 000 300- 7 11 1
,,Ten2' 1Gormn (3), Tomanek
(7) Herbert (9) and Chltti;
Hucks, Maas (2) Trucks (8), Du'
ren () and Howard. WP- Gor Gorman
man Gorman (4-4). LP-KuelS (8.7).;
(First G.meV
"etroit, 200 000O00-2 n
Boston 000 000 102-3
Bunning, Cicotte (8.) and Wil-so--
Rr-ewer (9-10) and White. LP
Bunning (9-9).

(Second Gam)
200 040 100-t7 11 0
000 101 OOQr-2 8 0
Detroit
Boston
Foytack riff-in h w,i
Ibck Fornieles 6) Bbwsfield (7),
Byer y (?) and Daley. LP-Delock
Chicago ojpo 20p QOO-r.2 7 0
Washington OOO 000 100-1 4
Pierce (15-8): and Lojlar; Pas Pas-cual,
cual, Pas-cual, Hyde (8) and Courtney. LP
-Pascual (7-9).
Cleveland 200 402 000-8 15 i
Baltimore 020 000 0125 12 0
McLish, Mossi 9) and Porter;
Johnson, Wilhelm (4), Sleater (6)
Beamof (), Zuverink (8) and
J-1un,d.Gl'Ister t7),' WP-Mc-Lish
(14-6); LE-Johnsdn (6-8.
Domino Tournament
At Rainbow Cify
Approximately iiv.hndred per persons
sons persons jammed the Rainbow City
Gym last Monday evening to wit witness
ness witness the opening of the Atlantic
Side end of the Isthmian Domino
Tournamenttstfoilsorfjd by the Hor Hornets
nets Hornets Citfb of ParaJso:
, Tlfe fmic and BcMlay clubs
won their opening; games against
the strong Aoo &$ &A the Jes Jes-tefs.
tefs. Jes-tefs. The Tronic scored 57on to
neat the-Arte, Irh by 600 nointi.
while the 'Holiday humbled tha
Jestersby a scoiof .5800 to 4400.
'The Pacific siflt wlU open
their games on Saturday, Aug. 30,
in the Paraiso ;Gym With tie Whip Whip-pers,
pers, Whip-pers, Lourdes, Melbfturrte and Hor Hornets
nets Hornets seeking their; fit. victories.
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BALBOA SUMMER LEAGUE

Ttimi
Kent Cigarettes
Tivoli Travels
Balboa Beer

tniniop-Hiitman

' WnBRST HILLS N.. (UPI)

tv rtrw nri seerlinirs Yfor thl enith Radios

iTifoH atatas mpn's Rinfil I cott Atwater

championship opening here Pepsi C' M"rt,m.
.... Jari. A.ii tnnu t... Cafe Curan-Blue SUr 25

.tr fovnritM t.c win the ti. Leading Averages

tie for the third straight year. I

The U.S. Lawn Tennis Assocts

W L
42'a 25 '2
40V2 27k
37 31
33 pi
S31 S4Vi
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38
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Da mi an J 82. T. Melanson 176. Kc

Kunkel 175 J. So o 171.

Cafe Duran-Blue SUr 3
Ktnt Citarette 1

tion virtually sabotaged itst r
and Vie Selxas, its most exper
now! tnnrnompnt nlavpr bv re

fusing to seed mm Because J Kent Cisarettes suffered the

hasn't played In any major tout- ,4me ftf 0f tne fjrgt division
naments this year. That mo 'earns in dropping three o" ttv
left the Philadelphia star at the four points, fh- David that slew
mercv of Tuesday s draw and i s Goliath m this instance af

drew Kurt Nielsen, two-tlmj the lowly, last place team of Du-

Wimbledon finalist from Den -ran Coffee with Blue Star Milk
mark in the first round.

Seixas will meet Nielsen, whJ The last place champs smote
has been playing in top-note i the top team In the first game r
tAt.muui fnr months before, one pin. they then eam hack

he gets a chance to warm up a-

he Scott-Atwpr outboard motors
in three o" the four points. Tin
utboarJ motors took the 'irsi
two games and enjoyed an 81 p
auvantaae. n a supreme sink or

swim effort, the Tlvoli Trjvfmi
fouled up the Scott Atwater mo ors,
winning the last game and ne-ai
iy eain'i? the total oin marker.

but Well short by 5 sticks, 23tf8 to

2403.

joe Bieber, sporting his new
ball, made it he'iave for a 523 as

gregate pinfall, but it was Bin eh

Lane that took the scoring non

ors with 540. For the upset Tivn
li Travelers. Bruce Hassler had
himself a 510 series.
Pepsi Cola-Martini 3
Balboa Beer 1
In the battle of beverages, the

FISHING AWARD Lieutenant Colonel Alvie L. McDuff,

Quarry Heights post commander, was among the LariDDean
Command officers who presented awards to winners at cere

monies which marked the close oi ran Amaaors summer vc vc-creatlon
creatlon vc-creatlon Program.. Stephan Brigand!, son of Maj. and Mrs.
Joseph Brigand! of Fori Amador, got this trophy for his fishing
prowess. (U.S. Army Photo)

JOE WILLIAMS

ThU is not a happV concess;on that can be done about improving
m.3 ff .11 .. XT ,.-i.m ir ennr u

tn make, tar irom u, yei uicic new iuiiv o puu

no blinking the "act that Los An An-ac4
ac4 An-ac4 aas replacea New York as
the spores capital of the nawion..and
oui' positioii i,nreavens to get won-c
before it gets better.
Atendance and box-office coun's
prove beyond challenge that the
AugiedO now sei the pace in
football, racing, boxing and, mak making
ing making certain allowances, basebail,

Since the Dodgers, aespi.e a losing
club ana ta prepQstwpus interim j
p ing sitc' wbn't miss two mfl-1
Uon by much.
Some of the factors i which con contributed
tributed contributed to the city's niwly attain attained
ed attained eminence in sports were fortui fortuitous
tous fortuitous The most i iirpai-tint me rw a
the Ttfliarkable, comihuittg trend
to the West which began after
World War II.
Population is soaring at the in incredible
credible incredible rate of 17,000 a month.
Orange groves, once an important
source of the area's economy, are
being uprooted to ."provide home
and factory sites, so valuabWHas
acreage become.
Hollywood, even with its expand
ing activities in television produc production,
tion, production, has been overshadowed by
' dher commercial giants. This is
not an Isolated manifestation: The
whole state is jumping. It wis
Dews to this tourist that California
dominates the aircra t industry, is
second only to Michigan in manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing motor vehicles.

The first and most important

thing to be done is to jolt the prop proper
er proper authorities out of their lethargy
to sell them, along with others,
i.e., business civic and social lead leaders,
ers, leaders, publishers and philanthropists
is the several solid values that
accrue to a eiiizenery and to an
elonomy from major sports pre

sentations.
Less than a .week ago Walter
O'Malley told us again that it had
been his hope and desire to keep
the Dodgers in Brooklyn. We j
lieve him. O hers, perhaps more
acute, din't. Anyway, it was indi indicated
cated indicated of chronic official apathy
that ?few realistic efforts were

made to prevent ffis' Bwnchis"

snm.
And as classic example of lock locking
ing locking the barn door, etc., the Ma Mayor's
yor's Mayor's immediate promise to build
a $12 million stadium to attract a
nameless ball club, with a non non-existing
existing non-existing franchise, can hardly be
matched. .not to mention that
O'Malley wanted to build his own
stadium, with his own money.

oainxt. an easier ODDonent

The luck of the draw dealt U.P.
hopes another blow when six cf
its best" players wound up In the
same quarter. Ham Blchardsor,
third seeded, from Arllngto'

Va., and Barry MacKay, fift i
steded from Dayton, Ohio, land landed
ed landed together In the fourth quar quarter
ter quarter with Sammy Glammalva el
Houston, Tex., Herb Flam of Be v.
erly Hills, Calif., John Cranston,
of San Marino Calif.. nd Earl
Buchholz, national junior cham champion
pion champion from St. Louis.
Mai Anderson, the Aussie cow cow-rra
rra cow-rra nihn last vear became the

first unseeoea piayr w-wm
US. men's title, Is seeded No. 1
tm YtftLAm the lower half of the

draw. His first opponent will be

Bob Perry of Los Angsaes. ashwj
rnnnir the Wimbledon cham

pion who lost to Anderson In last

war's a -Australian iiiim

Is seeded No. 2 and opens against

Gordon Davis oi sania Mon-
Calif.

and trampled the Cigarillds b

t05 oins They kept up their good
bowling, but the Kehts rsll
snd took the last game by one
pin.
The pace setters of the "csie
con leche mchachos' were Frank
Labnim with 552. Bob Gliid tal tallied
lied tallied 524 and Ted Melanson 513
For the league leading pack of
Rents, Joe "Sully" Sullivan kept
un his of 500 series with 525, for
the sixth straight week.

Scott Atwater 3
Tlveli Trsvsls 1

The second place Tivoli Travel

Agency was washed overboard by

"epr ';ot .Martini Mixturp "nv
the third place, Balboa Beers, a

m'ekey Ann in tnree o tne tour
points. This catch featred plen plenty
ty plenty of 200 games. Chief Gube o'

th Navv Communication Statnn
tabbed 215, and Jorge Soto the

Pan aim banker, 206 both on the
Balboa roster.
Two Panama Pals. Manny Fer

nandez and Pepe Damian roli n:.
or Pepsi-Martinis had 201 and
200. Also Dube and Soto were,
credited ''with 500 series with 566
and 564. But it was Pepe Dam "i
that came out on top with 7S,
Ron King ol 15ND finished wtc
504, and Manny Fernandez 50.'
The Balboa Beer Barrels suffer suffered
ed suffered the same i"ate as Tivli, drp
ping the TP marker by four ma

ples. 2463 to 2467.
Dnlop-Hillman 1
Zenith Radios 3
Competing the rout of all firs'
division teams, the Dunlop-Hill-man
Cars were wreched for Urn
points by the Zenith Radios. The
Zeniths did it the hard way, by

dropping the first game and then

coming back to net tne next tnree
points.

The Britishers did
consolation and that

have
was

one
that

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need mild gentle Carter's Little
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table vegetable pills help stimulate the flow
of liver bile. Soon your cHiestioa
tarts functioning properly and
you feei th happy i'ayi are here
stain! Don't stay sunk.
Always keep Carter Little Liver
Pills oa hand. Ask your druggist

GOLF AWABD Rear Admiral George H. Wales, commandant
of the 15th Naval District, presents a golf medal to Barbie
Ogden, daughter of Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Milton L. Ogden.
Nearly 100 awards were presented to Fort Amador Summer Re Recreation
creation Recreation Program participants at closing ceremonies in the
Fort Amador Theater (U.S. Army Photo)

they had three keglers smacking
the elusive 5C sets, when Anu
Hinely posted 5-1, Groppel, a ni v v-comer
comer v-comer to the league from Cunin Cunin-du,
du, Cunin-du, 515 and the old standy Ed
Kunkel 521. All three also contri
buted with 200 games. For the

winners, Joe Burgoon also had a
5C set and 2C single game with
518 and 200. Also Humberton De
Luca, also of Zenith broadcast a
544 series and 212 single game,
and Wick Wickham matched Df
lea's 212 game.

Please Don't Disturb
If the present pace is maintian maintian-ed,
ed, maintian-ed, projecting ipecialists predict

that by 1970 or thereabouts Ijosi play an exhibition game before 78,

, 73,000 'Poor Crowd'
But a stadium build simply for
baseball is, as we've so often pro protested
tested protested in this space-, not the answ answer
er answer to our problem. Even O'Malley
ar'- '-s it would be an unprofi nnie
public investment, and two mem members
bers members of the Mayor's own commit committee,
tee, committee, Jim Farley and Bernie Gim Gim-bel,
bel, Gim-bel, are unenthisiastic about such
a project.
, The other night in Los Angeles
we saw r two pro football teams

Angeles will have passed New York

Ci y in population that in total po population,
pulation, population, California will have diS'

tanced New York State by five

million. x s
Like everything else, sports must
Share in the fruits of increasing
population and prosperity, and
that's what is happening in Los
Angeles and also to a somewhat
less extent, in San Francisco where
the transplanted Giants never had
it so good. .and, with a new city city-financed
financed city-financed park will soon have it
even better. f
Now there is nothing anybody a a-round
round a-round here can do about these be

nighted nomadic hordes other

than to deplore their insensitivity
to our superior culture jind wis wisdom.
dom. wisdom. .but there is a great deal

184 paid in the Coliseum. It was

considered a disappointing res response.
ponse. response. At least 90,000 had been
expected. The game -had to com compete
pete compete with the prize fight and a
Dodgers home stay for sports-page
space. Besides, the1 heat was still stilling.
ing. stilling. 1
Not to far away, In another part
of the area, the world-famed Rose

Bowl with its 100,000 capacity,
slumbered under the stars. Be Between
tween Between them, these two king size
stadiums, both debt free, hsve pla pla-ed
ed pla-ed host to countless sports spec

tacles, including the Olympic
games. We aren't Los Angeles,
just one will do. Or is this asking
too much for a city which many

oi os stoDborniy believe will al always
ways always be the biggest and the best?

t

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TOO CLOSE Mickey Mantle can move fast on any kind of
pitch including a wild one. He hit the dirt fast at Yankee
Stadium when Gary Bell of Cleveland whisked It too close
to his head.

College Coaches
Condemn Baseball's
Scholarship Offers

nattvvn (UPI More than

50 of the nation s wp

nc.. and atmeuc oirccwi

h. (-mirtemnea aiienipm as

professional baseDaii w iwiw
dent athletes scholarships and

tie them uo before they grad

uate. f.;t .. ?iiLi.. -i

Tk. kth tir omciais were an

epates to the National Collegiate

Ainiewc asw"" m ..

ence of conferences wnicn

eluded here Tuesday
Thev recommended the HiA

.nnrnvi 1UOU Dltltlim'B

such scnoiarsnips ax miow"b

next January.
"All the colleges want is to

have professional sports leave
the student athlete alone until

hi class graduates, me comw

ence said,
wattui 0r executive direc

tor of the NCAA said a recent
survey showed only JO of n
youths signed to Passional
baseball contracts during the
.t m vears ever reached the

ma lor leagues.
The surey also showefl, ne
said, that 81 per cent of the col college
lege college f reshme nand 77 per cent of
the sophomores who signed pro
contracts withdrew from college,
"This shows that a- treat ma ma-lorlty
lorlty ma-lorlty of students affected by
such indiscriminate signing end
up without an educsvtlon or a
baseball career," Byers said.
Ernesto Davey RP
Basketball League
'Rookie-of-Year'
Ernesto Davey, and Atlantic ild
er who plays for the Cerveia Bal Balboa
boa Balboa quintet, has been voted "rook "rookie
ie "rookie of the year," by the National
Basketball Feoeratlen.
Davev. who also plays r the
Colon Guaracheroi team, will
host te his friends snd teammates
at a party tomorrow.
' j
Patterson Named
Tiphter Of Month1
By King Magazine
NEW YORK (UPI) Cham Champion
pion Champion Floyd Patterson was named
"Firhter of the Month" today
and his Yietlm, Roy Harris, was
dropped from fifth to seventh as
h. TJIrnr manaln trmv Hs

heavyweight ratings a thorough

snaKe-up.
HiMli nra VnnrVfA fllll 1 111

title fight with Patterson at Los

Antsits last weea.
Nlfio Valdes of Cub rose from

sixth to fourth. Archie Moore
slipped a peg to fifth. Sweden's
unbeaten Ingemar Johansson,

European champion, rose from
unlh ti alvtVi an A Snniw T.l

ton of Philadelphia returned to

tne ratings at no. v.
Rated first, second and third,

respectively, were zora Fouey,
Eddie Mache nand Willie Pastra-tio.

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Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Baack. Telephone
Smith. Balbaa 3681.
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, tht host "each in tho Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. Tho
now management is at your serv service.
ice. service. PHILLIPS Oceantide Cottages
Santa Claro R. do P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama i-1177 Cristobal 3-1673.
POSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach House One mile past the
Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
CASINO SANTA CLARA MOTEL
CABINS $4.00 per coupe per
night. Housekeeping Quarters for
Rent: Per night per week, per
month. If yeu need housekeep housekeeping
ing housekeeping quarters bring your own linen.
Inquire Casiro Snta Clara. Re.
tervafion by telephone, accepted.
SHRAPNEL'S rVnisherf homes,
en beach. Phone Thompson,
Balboa 1772.
Houses
FOR RENT: J bedroom chalet
In Paitilla. Large yard. $100.00
month. Box 52. Curundu C. Z.
FOR RENT: Spacious and com comfortable
fortable comfortable chalet, street 94 San
Francisco and 50th No. 31.
Three bedrooms, living-dining-room,
porch, kitchen and garage,
maid's room with service inde independent,
pendent, independent, for information, call
phone 2-2037. Can be seen from
5 at 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
Street t final, loft hand No.
25, aftor Uruguay Street, two
bedroom, I I i n g-diningroom,
porch. Tel. 3-6887.
FOR RENT: Furnished' house,
two bedrooms, living, dining
room, kitchen, garage, maid's
room. Via EspaSa on side Radio
Miramar, white house.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room to
a responsible and serious person.
Closet and private service.. Ave Ave-nida
nida Ave-nida lose Gabriel Duque No. 32,
Rear.
rnmercial Sites
FOR RENT: Commercial and
Industrial building over 3,500
sq. meters lot across from Na National
tional National Destillers and Firostone
offices on Via Bolivar. Over
4000 sq. ft., of floor space
S4S0.00 per month. Available
October 1st 1958 Tel. 3 3-1719.
1719. 3-1719. Whatever
Happened to .
BULLET JOE BUSH
Leslie Ambrose Bullet Joe Bush
pitched in the major leagues fori
17 seasons and wound up just
seven games shy of 200 victories
, He broke in with the Philaelphia
Athletics in 1912, went to the Red
Sox and then achieved his great
est success with the Yankees
Bullet Joe had a 26-7 record for
the 1922 Yanks and followed it
with seasons of 19 17 and 17-16
before moving on to the old St
Louis Browns. He finally called
It nuits in 1928 with the Athletics
after an unsuccessful three-year
stand in the National League.
Whatever happened to Bullet

5 he has been a!Rose saia Tuesday he will turn

Joe Bush? Now 65
mutual clerk at various race racetracks
tracks racetracks the last 12 years and now
Is at the $10 window at Atlantic
City.
RECORDS
Latest releases of
mayor labels. Panama's
largest selection. 12" LP's
from 1.49
TROPELCO, S. A.
45th St. and Via Espana
Tel. 3-1285
PANAMA RADIO
CORPORATION
Is selling all
Brands of Records .
FAS BELOW United States
PRICES.
12-inch LP RECORDS
1.35 up
New releases bimonthly.
PANAMA RADIO
CORPORATION
Across 'La Merred" Church.
Central Ave. 9-14

Apartments

50.00 furnished apartment,
North American neighboors. yard.
Tel. 2-3343 or 3-0471.
FOR RENT: Two large bad bad-rooms,
rooms, bad-rooms, living room, kitchen and
bath, very modern. In now build building
ing building with large balcony on 4th
of July Avenue. Also largo fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, two largo 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
71-132 4th of uly Avenue or
phone Hopkins. Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: Modern and beau beautiful!
tiful! beautiful! apartment, two bedroom,
hot water, one furnished, near
El Panama Hot.'! Campo Alogre.
2-2341. 3-3379.
FOR RENT: Brand new two
bedroom apartment, cool, address
Eetisario Porrm No. 149-B. $60.
inquire at Bella Vista, gasoline
station.
FOR RENT: Lovely modern
apartment in Campo Alogre. Two
blocks from El Panama Si 10.00.
Available immediately. Aquiline
de la Guardia, Edificio Estripeaut,
new apartment No. 5.
FOR RENT:- Modern furnished
apartment with two bedrooms, six
closets, living, dining room,
porch, kitchen end garage, in 46
street No, 2-61. For information
call to Tel. 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Nice cool, semi semi-furnished
furnished semi-furnished or unfurnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, garden, excellent neigh neighborhood,
borhood, neighborhood, moderately priced, 48
St. No. 49-14), Bella Vista.
FOR- RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment including refrigerator,
porch, parlor-diningroom, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, kitchen, garage, tiled,
screened. $55.00 apply house
1 1 2, Via Belisario Porras, near
Roosevelt Theatre.
Auburn Fan Charged
With Mailing
libelous' Material
MO-NTGOMBRY, Ala., ((UPI)
AN tfw Auburn win was free on
$300 bond t o d a y after beim.
charged with mailing "libelous"
material to the .school's preside n:
protesting "bribery" in football
recruiting.
Robert Lincoln Brannon. 57-year
old Montgomery railroad agent
was bound over to th federal
grand jury.
He is chargd with sending, one
postal card "containing languor
of a libelous, scurrilous or de
famatory nature" to Aoburn Pros
ident Ralph Draughon last Decem December.
ber. December. Officii believe he may be con
helted with the mailing of letters
and post cards in the hundreds
to Draughon, Coach Ralph Jordan
athletic Director Jeff Beard and
other membtrs of the athletic
staff.
The mayor of Auburn, one play player
er player and several Alabama sports
writers also received similar let letters,
ters, letters, officials said.
Officers said the postcards and
letters did not contain obscene
languag but charged the school
with bribery in reruiting football
players and other illegal taltics.
They said the letters all bore ric ric-titious
titious ric-titious names.
Sports Briefs
AUSSIE MAY TURN PRO
SINGAPORE (UPI) Mervyn
pro ii me Australian uwn len len-nis
nis len-nis Association does not lift his
suspension in the immediate fu future.
ture. future. Rose was auspended indef indefinitely
initely indefinitely over expense money re received
ceived received in his European tour.
COLLEGE STAR JOINS HAWKS
ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Michigan
States Julius McCoy, a 6-2Mi for forward,
ward, forward, will join the St. Louis
Hawks at their training camp
next month. McCoy recently re returned
turned returned from a 15-month hitch with
the Sixth Armored Cavalry in
Germany.
PACKERS RELEA(SE BACK
GREENBAY, Wis. (UPl)-The
Green Bay Packers have released
offensive halfback Joe Johnson.
Johnson, former Boston College
player, spent four years with the
National Football League club.
PRO SKI TOUR PLANNED
VIENNA (Ui'D-Austrian Olym
pic champion Toni Sailer has been
invitoH Ia hr:i,l lrt wnrlrl'c firci
professional skiing tour in Canada.!
A Viennese newspaper said Sailer i
had received a tempting otic
from a Canadian television com company
pany company to lad group of the
world's best skiiers.
"SPY" IN BASILIO CAMP
LONG BEACH. Calif. (UPH
Carmen Basilio, who will meet An
Aragon in 10-rmind bout at Los
Angeles Sept. 5, called off a sched
uled sparring session Tuesday
when he spotted a "spy" in hi
training camp. Basilio changed
his plans when he learned Benny
Conyers, who helps train Aragon,
was in the audience.

LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OP OCR

INTERNAL BE PUHLICALIUNES mo. 3
BAKIM) No. 28 ft Street 0 MUKKSauw
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue
FARMACIA VAN DF.R-J1S 50 Street No.
A THIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford V-S,
Custom convertible; radio, heater,
overdrive, leather upholstery.
Unusually clean.. 3-0340.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick 4-door
sedan, Hydromatic, good tires
$300.00 Call 2-1827, 5:00 to
6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1957 Dodge Town
wagon, Vi ton. Only 6200 miles.
Phone Balboa 2485.
FOR SALE: Nash 600. good
paint, good tires, good transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. Phone Balboa 2384.
5C08-A, Diablo.
FOR SALI: 1958 Volki Wagon
lew mileage ww tires, car like
new. Duty free. Call 3-1594
7:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE:
Opel-ReMord Olympia
1958
1958 Hillman-4DR Sedan.
1954 Hillrnan-Convertible, W
5W tires.
... f- J
1958 Chevrolet-BelAir 4DR, til til-tons,
tons, til-tons, radio, automatic trans.
1957 Ford-Country Sedan, 4DR,
tutone, radio, Thunderbird engine,
WSW tires.
1956 Ford-Victoria, hardtop, 2
tone, WWS tires.
1956 Mercury-Montclare hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, tutone, radio, leather up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, WWS tires.
1955 Mercury-Montclare con convertible,
vertible, convertible, radio, Marcomatic
trans, power brakes and steering.
1955 Ford, radio, Stan, trans.
1954 Buick-iConvertible, radio, j
power steering & brakes, leather
upholstery, WWS tires. Perfect
condition.
1955 Rambler StaWagon, stand.
1956 Morris Minor-4DR sedan.
Jt UTOS EISENMAN Next to Coca
Cola Co. Opan all day. Phone:
Panama 2-4966 & 2-2616
The Magic Super Seasoner
AJI-N0-M0T0
( Monosodium Glutamate)
Available now in the
Canal Zone.
Classes in Ballet Tap and
To Taurht by
DOROTHY CHASE
will be resumed in October.
Registration dates to be
announced later.
August 15 to Sept. 15
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. Sir fare, transfers, lours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave evev Tues. and Fri.
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1861
$ for
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
International Jewelry
155 Central Are.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-055?
The New
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With built-in Universal
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AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13-37 "H"

pottery riaza I ASA ZALDO Central

410 of July Ave. ft J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoll No. 4 a
a HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE I. Fco. de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 a Fi

-n or July Ave. ft J St. e LEWIS S
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fco.

S3 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parq
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: AUCTION. Leaving
Isthmus. Coco Solo House No.
304-C, Saturday August 30,
1 :00 p.m. Terms Cash check or
Promissory note. Terms other j
than cash restricted to persons
With commissary privileges. Ar Ar-tides
tides Ar-tides to be auctioned. Not a
complete list. Seller reserves the
right to make one bid. 1951
Chevrolet convertible, new top,
good tires. Deep freeze, 16 cubic
foot, mechanically perfect. West West-inghouse
inghouse West-inghouse refrigerator, large,
recently converted. Philco 21"
T.V. and aereal. Elto outboard
motor, 5 h p., mechanically per perfect.
fect. perfect. Deep sea fishing rod, reel
and .tactile. Coffee table, two
reclining chairs, mahogany hand
made. Card table, three folding
chairs, two captain chairs. Four
drawer metal chest, four drawer
filing c abinet. Ironing board,
five bed springs, typewriter, two
boys bicycles, green blase cover covered
ed covered poker table, beadisj movie
sceeen, treasure detector. Nu Numerous
merous Numerous other items. Robert H.
Peterson.
Publisher's Son Tells
01 Cuban Ouster
For Talking To Rebel
WRIGHTS VILLE, Ga. (UPI) -Wilton
E. Hall Jr., son of a South
Carolina publisher, told today of
being arrested and deported by
the Cuban government after a vis visit
it visit to rebel forces.
Hall, 27, told United Press In International
ternational International that government police
held. him for 3 12 days, mistreat mistreated
ed mistreated him and finally escorted him
and a, companion to Key West,
Fla,, by boat. He said he re received
ceived received no food for the first 30
hours he was under arrest and
was "slapped around at first."
Officers seized him at a road
block on the afternoon of Aug. 19
and took him to a jail in Manzan Manzan-illo,
illo, Manzan-illo, Hall said, then later trans transferred
ferred transferred him to Bayamo in'Ofiente
Province, where the Cuban intel intelligence
ligence intelligence headquarters is located.
Hall said his briefcase contained
the name of Al Chamblee, 21, em employed
ployed employed by a weekly newspaper in
Wrightsville, and that Chamblee
also was arrested. The two were
taken to Key West under escort
last Friday morning and released,
he related.
A staff member at the U.S. em
bassy in Havana visited him and
Chamblee while' they were in jail,
Hall said, ut the embassy de declined
clined declined to confirm the deportation
until queried by the office of Sen.
Olin D. Johnston (D-S.C).
Hall and Chamblee, who attend attended
ed attended journalism classes together at
the University of Georgia, decided
some time ago to visit Cuba, Hall
said.. During their visit to the
rebels he talked with insurgent
leader Fidel Castro for about six
hours, he added.
He described Castro's forces as
"ill equipped and ill-fed," and ex expressed
pressed expressed the belief they can hold
out no more than 90 days.
Hall said before returning to
Wrightsville he spent several days
at Key West under medical care
for a fever picked up in the Cuban
jail.
He also related that a rebel
who guided him also was arrest arrested
ed arrested at the roadblock and was beat beaten
en beaten in the cell next to his. He said
officers later informed him the
guide had died.
Hall is the son of Wilton E.
Hall Sr., publisher of the Ander
son, S C., independent and Daily,
Mail who also has television and
radio interests in the Anderson
area.
Doolan To Speak
At 1 1 A Meeting
Edward A. Doolan, personnel di
rector of the Panama Canal Co
will speak tonight at the joint din dinner
ner dinner meeting of the Institute of h
ternal Auditors and the Cann1
Zone chaper, Federal Government
Accountants Association.
The dinner meeting, featurin
fried chicken, will be preceded by
a "hospitality hour," starting
7 p.m., in the Fort Clayton Offi
cers, and is open to all FGA
and ll A members and their
guests."
AIR CONDITIONERS
-GIBSON-
Capacities to fit any reqaire reqaire-ments.
ments. reqaire-ments. 5- years guaranty
Duty free. Price for C. Z.
residents.
TROPELCO, S.A.
45th St. end Via Espana
TEL. 3-1285

53 a FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parq ue Lefevre 7 Street FARMACIA
COLON OFFICE: 15th Street and Amador Guerrero No. 14,221.

STREET, PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIADO Street No

Ave. 45 LOUKDES PHARMACY 182
EKVICE Ave. Tivoll No. 4 e FARMACIA
de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY
ue Lefevre 7 Street FARMACIA "S
FOR SALE : Wcstinghouse re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, 9 ft., 60 cycle, good
unit, $75.00, house 0530-A,
Ancon. Phone: Balboa 3064.
FOR SALI: Dining table, eight
chairs, native mahogany, "bianco
sucio" finish. Balbaa 2896. $90.
FOR SALE: Leaving Zone, tele television
vision television 17" $55. Pontiac 51, with
radio $160. 5th St. 2113-1, Cu Curundu.
rundu. Curundu. Leaving must sail, ana 9 pieces
diningraom sat, cream color, one
dining table, its chairs, maho mahogany,
gany, mahogany, $25.00. Ave. Nacional No.
36, Apte.. 9.
FOR SALE: Livingroom sat, gas
stove and refrigerator. Ricardo
Mirb 15-2, Vista Hermes.
Party Demands
Iceland Government
Summon NATO Meet
REYKJAVIK, Iceland, Aug. 28
(UPI) The opposition Conserva
tive (independent) Party deman
ed today that Iceland summon a
conference of NATO foreign min-
isters to meet the "threat to Ice
land's integrity" over offshore
fishing rights.
Olafur Thors, leader of the Con
servatives, asked the, government
coalition to invoke ariicle ."our of
the North Atlantic Charter un;ess
it is convinced present policy u,
avert the threat threat-There
There threat-There was no immediate reh
from the government.
The government is now workin"
With its 12-mile limit effective
Sept. 1. The permanent NATc
council, which consists of ambas ambassadorial
sadorial ambassadorial delegates sitting in Par
is, has been considering the situa situation.
tion. situation. Thors issued his call for top-level
talks in a letter published by
the leading Conservative organ,
Morgenbladid.
He pointed out that article four
of the North Atlantic Charter pro
vides for the summoning of a min-
a r i i
isterial conference if any member
considers itself threatened. I

Home Articles

President Hits At Spending
Plans of Democratic Congress

WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi
dent Eisenhower, hitting at big-
spending proposals by the Demo-watic-controlled
Congress, said
yesterday he would campaign in
the congressional election for fed federal
eral federal economies to cut down the ex
pected 12 billion dollar deficit.
The President, in a reiaxea
mood at his last press conference
hefnt startine a vacation tomor
row at Newport, R. I., made the
statement when asKed wnetner
there was any key point Republi Republican
can Republican congressional candidates
should stress this year.
"I will tell you what I am going
to stress," he said, "getting down
these deficits and keeping our
money sound so that America can
have a good, healthy, thriving,
progressive economy."
The President, who has not an announced
nounced announced any firm campaign plans,
also sounded the economy theme
in a preliminary appraisal of the
just-adjourned 85th congress.
He said that "there was a ten tendency
dency tendency throughout the year, happi happily
ly happily curbed in certain two or three
very large bills, for expending
more money than should be
spent."
"I tell you that we must get the
size of these deficits down," he
declared.
He said that "with the help of
Republican leadership" a couple
hieh-cost bills were shtlved
But he added that the GOP, as
the minority party, "couldn't pos possibly
sibly possibly be completely effective..
Asked Where he planned to cut
next year's budget, the President
said it was under study and he
would "take each one of the major
expenditures, study it, and see
whether it can be to the benefit
of America, diminished."
The President said that in1 the
foreign field, C o n g r e s s on 'he
"hole "did a constructive ion.
He said his greatest disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment was In its overall cuts of
652 million dollars in his foreign
aid program.
He said he could "only hope"
that the $3,298,000,000 provided by
Congress "will be sufifcient" lor
the progrartf.
Elsenhower also said he was
disappointed that there was no
"effective legislation" for the pre
vention of corruption and racket-
eering in the labor management
field.

11 a AGENCIAS

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Boat with cabin suitable for off
shore fishing. 2228 Peat.
Write P.O. Box 405 Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador giving details or call 2332
prier 1100 (6 PM).
FOR SALE: 35 h.p. 1951
Evinrude. Approximately 60 hours
operation, fresh water, only $375.
Call after 4:30 p.m. Balboa
2-1409.
FOR SALE: Crusiar type boat
21 Vi", built of Dutch ply plywood
wood plywood and completely covered
with fiber glass; two Johnson
motors 35, trailer, compass,
siren, ski-motor, convertible top,
stainless stool gasoline tank, 45 45-gallon
gallon 45-gallon capacity; two iceboxes and
many other accessories. Original
cost, $4,500; has only 10 hours
of use. Will sell at a loss of $1, $1,-200.
200. $1,-200. For information call Tel.
2-4815.
Dogs
FOR SALE : Registered beagle
hound, very good with children.
86-4143.
Christian Scientists
2 Religion Films
Two films "Assignment: Man Mankind"
kind" Mankind" and "The Earth Shall lie
Filled" will be shown at Balboa
ca Tuesday evening at 8 p.m.
The sponsor is First Church of
Christ, Scientist, Ancon.
n the autumn of 1957 the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Christian Science Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Society directed the man manager
ager manager of the publishing society to
submit plans for a documentary
motion picture about the Chris
tian Science Monitor. The man manager
ager manager in turn commissioned Jch'
eaufort, the Monitor's New York
theater and mvie critic, to le
velop these plans. Beaufort, went
to work with John Alexanderam
experienced director and writer of
documentaries. Alexander h a ?
made television features for the
March of Time as well as numer numerous
ous numerous films for government agen agencies,
cies, agencies, business concerns, and church
and service organizations.
The author prepared a tellin;
sequence picturing key Monitor
correspondents at work in vanou
Apart from these two specific
points, he said he would reserve
judgment for a week, or 10, d
.... X. ,( I1. ..
umu ne can siuay me unai rec record."
ord." record." He explained that "there are
still 200 pieces of legislation" on
his desk awaiting signature.
un other points, the President:
Said the United States could
never be defeated in a surprise
nuclear attack. He also said Am American
erican American airpower was so aood that
any country "foolish enough" to
start an all-out atomic war would
be crushed by U. S: retaliatory
power.
Refused to sav flatlv whether
this country would go to the de defense
fense defense of Nationalist held Quemov
and Matsu islands if Red China
invades them. But he strongly
tinned them to the defense of For
mosa and he Pescadores, or

PERSONNEL OFFICER HONORED CWO Henry L Chlsolm,
personnel officer for Hearquarters, Fort Clayton receives a let letter
ter letter of commendation from CI. John D. Coney, post commander,
recognizing achievements of his section in .the proper utiliza utilization
tion utilization of personnel. Records et some 1500 persons are maintain maintained
ed maintained by the section, which initiates or processes all personnel ac actions.
tions. actions. Fort Clayton had the command's highest rat for proper
utilization of lone term .medalists and the second nichest rate

i for correct utilisation and assignment of personnel of all types,
I (US. Army photo)

Experienced bilingual secretary
offers services for part-time
work aftor 6 p.m. Call Panama
3-5139,

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Miscellaneous
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DRAWER "A", DIABLO
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LOST: Da Molay pin Saturday
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care child and general housework
Arboix Building, 5th St. Apt.
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WANTED: U sod tricycle or
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parts of the world and a portray portrayal
al portrayal of the production of a grea
international daily newspaper.
The second -film, "The Earth
Shall he Filled," is produced but
the committee on publication, ai
so of Boston. It is a composite of
three television presentations for
United States television audiences
The first in this eries was pre presented
sented presented in the Canal Zone sever several
al several months ago and attracted a
capacity au(uencjs
n the portrayal, people who
have received authenticated heal healings
ings healings of a variety of illnesses ami
mishaps appear before the earner
to telh of their experience in
their own words.
The introduction Is by
chairman of the committee on
publication of the Mother Church.
He makes clear in his statements
before the camera that the pur purpose
pose purpose of the portrayal is to re remove
move remove and correct misunderstand misunderstandings
ings misunderstandings in the public mind in refer reference
ence reference to Christian Science healing.
The public is invited.
which the United States Is pledged
to fight. ..-..:, :,." t-:
Said he "would be ready
sign" any legitimate pledge with
Russia not to interfere i the? iP
fairs of other people. But Tie said
the United States could not accept
Russia's contention that U. N. ac action
tion action on Hungary was "interfer "interference
ence "interference with their internal affairs."
Said this country's disarma disarmament
ment disarmament policy was unchanged by the
recent scientific agreement at Ge Geneva
neva Geneva on policing nuclear tests and
by the U. S. pledge to abandon
such tests for a year after iiego iiego-tions
tions iiego-tions begin with Russia.
Said that chances for a lone-
term peace settlement in the Mid
dle East were "better" as a result
of the recent U. N. General As
sembly agreement on a.1 Arab
plan, even though some of his own
proposals were rejected

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WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 (UPI) The government asked the Supre me Court today to let seven Negro children return to Little Rock's Cen Central
tral Central High School when it opens Sept. 8.
To do otherwise, the government said, would be to deprive them "of their constitutional rights." It accused the Little Rock school board
of not trying to resist the "small group" of citizens fighting integrati on at Central High.
The government brief was filed two hours before the start of an e xtraordinary special session expected to clarify for the first time what
the court meant May 31, 1955, when it ordered racial integration of public schools "with all deliberated speed."
The Little Rock school board urged that integration be postponed on grounds that it would open the way for a new round of violence".
The big question was what position the administration would tak e in its arguments before the high court.
Board members hoped that President Eisenhower's advocacy yeste rday of slower school integration would be reflected by the Justice De Department.
partment. Department. The Southerners also indicated they might use the President's stand to back their arguments.
The court was expected to hand down a decision swiftly.

Defiant Arkansas lawmakers
approved with but one dissenting
vote yesterday bills empowering
Gov brval Faubus to shut down
any public school faced with Ne Negro
gro Negro integration.
Faubus said yesterday he had
not yet decided whether to sign
It into law immediately or wait
to see if the Supreme Court
might uphold the integration de delay
lay delay in Little Rock.
"I don't have much hope, he
said "I agree with Sen. William
..iv.,iv,f t rinnbt. if the Supreme
Court is big enough to admit a
mistake.
Faubus also confirmed that a
"basic foundation" of his pro program
gram program was a law passed in Civil
War reconstruction days under
which he could close Central
High School one day and the
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school board could authorise
its reopening the next as a pri private
vate private and segregated institu institution.
tion. institution. A part of his program pro provides
vides provides that students "shifted" to
such a private school would still
get their share of state school
funds.
Faubus was asked wither
President Eisenhower's an iwl
edgment yesterday that h maj
have told friends integration

should proceed more slowly
meant that he and the President
were in agreement.
"If the President thinks the
pace of integration should be
slowed down to occur peaceful peacefully,
ly, peacefully, we are in agreement." Fau Faubus
bus Faubus said. "I am for him."
The State Senate and House of
representatives moved at light lightning
ning lightning speed to put the anti-integration
measures on the books.
The Itate Senate approved tin
entire "package" 33 to O.
In the House of Represents -tives,
Rep. Ray Smith of Hot
Springs, an area with no seriors
Neero problem, was the only ma i
to oppose the school closing i
measure. The vote was 94-1.
There were two dissenting
votes in the House on two of the
companion appropriation bills
but they did not represent "op
position to the basic Faubus pro program.
gram. program. The two dissidents wanted J
amendment that any school
funds could be shifted only to a
"nori-sectarian private school.
Several lawmakers went out
of their way to make it clear
Faubus was taking the primary
responsibility.
"I have considerable misgiv
ings," said state Sen: Sam L
Levine of Pine Bluff. "I am not
sure of the constitutionality. But
the people of my district have
advised me very definitely as
their spokesman to vote for
them. The governor accepts the
responsibility. We shall give him
that and let him answer for it
The Arkansas lawmakers ex-
Scientist Envisions
Special Event
Space Satellite
AMSTERDAM, Aug. 28 (UPI1 (UPI1-A
A (UPI1-A space scientist said today that
if the order were given now, the
inauguration of the next President
of the United States could be tcl
evised to half the world at the
same time from a television sat satellite.
ellite. satellite. Robert 11a villa nd of the Mi f c
and space department of the Gen General
eral General Electric Company in Phila
delphia, a widely respected engi engineer
neer engineer on space problems, gave a
two-year time schedule for pro producing
ducing producing such a temporary "special
event satellite."
"It is about the same order of
difficulty as the orbiting telescope
project announced here yesterday
by Dr. Fred Whipple," he said
at the ninth International Astio
nautical Congress. "That also in includes
cludes includes television equipment and
some of the experts who hear
the paper reward it as a practic practical
al practical proposition for the near fu future."
ture." future." Last year Havilland creat created
ed created considerable interest with a
long range plane for a perma permanent
nent permanent satellite orbiting at a height
of 22,000 miles which could relay
to most of the world television
programs beamed at it from the
earth.
Military circles asked for de details
tails details because it was apparent
such a satellite could also suivey
much of the world at the same
time with the refined observation
techniques that might be expect expected
ed expected by the time t hecame pract pract-cal.
cal. pract-cal. Teen Fair Plans
Meeting Tonight
At Teen Club
Teen Kair has announced
meeting this evening at 7:30 at
the Teen Club in Balboa.
Although as many organizations
as possible have been contacted,
some have not been reached t
organizations and interested indi individuals
viduals individuals who wish to help the TV
Club raise money to complete
their building are urged to send
representative to tonight's meeting.

Court To

Rock
pressed gratification at Eisen
hower's comment about the
speed of integration.
"That might have a powerful
effect on some of those Supreme
Court justices," said Sen. J. Lee
iBpftrflep
"That Is the first sensible
thing he has said since the ra racial
cial racial problem came up," said
Rep. Carroll H o 1 lensworth,
dean of the House.
Faubus told reporters that he
himself in his boyhood had gone
to a school in northeast Arkan Arkansas
sas Arkansas that operated for only four
months as a public school, ran
out of funds and re-opened as a
private school with the parents
paying out their pockets for
teacher salaries.
The law, passed in 1875, says:
"The directors school board
may permit a private school to be
taught in the district school school-house
house school-house during such time as the
said house is not occupied by a
public school, unless they be
otherwir directed by a majority
of the legal voters of the dis district."
trict." district." Eisenhower all but declared
yesterday that school integra integration
tion integration should proceed at a "slow "slower"
er" "slower" pace If "this process Is to
have any real acceptance In
the United States."
At the same time, he told his
news conference it would be a
"very terrible" thing if Arkansas,
Virginia or any other state ear
rled out threats to close their
public schools rather than admit
Neero students.
Eisenhower was asked about a
paragraph In Newsweek Maga
zine which was prompted by his
statement last week that he was
ready to use Federal troops a a-gain,
gain, a-gain, if necessary to enforce
court integration ordrs in Little
Rock.
The paragraph said:
"Here is what Ike wouldn't
say at his news conference
(last week) about his persona
views an s hool integration.
He wishes the Supreme Court
had never handed down its de de-eision.
eision. de-eision. He also thinks Integra Integration
tion Integration sbon'd nroeeed much more
slowlv. That Is what he has
told friends in private."
The President was asked If the
statements were correct.
He said of the magazine's re

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port that he opposed the Su
nreme rourt decision:
"I have said here I think thafc
I would never give an opinion
about my conviction aDout tne
Supreme Court decisions because
such a statement would have to
indicate either approval or dis
approval, and I was never goin?
to do it about any of their deci
sions."
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thJ t he feels integration should
proceed more slowly, the Presi
dent said:
"It might have been that I said
something about 'slower.' .. I
do say, as I did yesterday or last
week, we have got to have reason
and sense and education, and a
lot of other development that go
hand In hand ... if this process
is going to have any real accept
jjince In the United States."
The Justice Department s deci
sion to take part in Supreme
Court arguments over Little
Rock came in the face of a pro protest
test protest by Sen. Richard B. Russell
(D-Ga.).
In a telegram to Attorney
General William P. Rogers,
Russell said the department's
intervention would mean it was
Engineer Employe
Fred W. Gerenwood
Dies In Hospital
Fred W. Greenwood, age 45,
an employe of the U. S. Army
Caribbean Engineers, died yester
day at Gorgas Hospital where he
has been hospitalized since Mon
day, with a heart condition.
He had been employed by the
Engineers since September 1841,
when discharged from the Arm.v
after seven years service. He was
a welder with the metal work u u-nit
nit u-nit department, Corozal.
Services will be held at the
Curundu Chapel tomorrow at 10
a.m. The body will be interred
in the veteran's section of the
Corozal Cemetery. The services
will be conducted by Rev. Miiton
K. Lcidig pastor of the Curundu
church.
He is survived by his wife and
eight year old daughter who are
at home at Curundu.
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serving as an "additional
counsel" for the NAACP in the
dispute.
He said that NAACP attorney
Thurgood Marshall's "almost oc
cult power over, the majority of
the court's membership" in past
integration cases demonstrated
that the organization has no
"need for additional counsel."
In Lps Angeles, Rogers told the
American Bar Association that
school integration was the law
of the land "for all regions and
air people" and must not be de
fied or evaded.
Detachment Leaves
To Get Army Plane
Down At Pico Feo
A crew of mechanics from the
Transportation Corps Army Avia
uon new maintenance detachment
at Fort Kobbe left at 3:30 a.m. to
day for Pico Feo in the San Bias
Islands, where they will evacuate
a U.S. Armv Diane which crash
ed in landing on Tuesday.
tne mechanics planned to cross
Hie Isthmus by vehicle and boar
an LCM-8 at Fort Sherman. This
landing craft will carry the cr
and an M-62 wrecker furnished by by-Ordnance
Ordnance by-Ordnance Section to the scene o
me accident.
On arriving at Pico Feo the
crew will remove the right and
left. wings of the aircraft and in install
stall install a new right landing gear.
The plane's parts will be loade'
on the LCM and they will return
to fort Sherman. Early next week
the LCM will transit the Canal.
The plane will be restored 1
flying condition b the Training
field Maintenance Detachment.
Nobody was hurt in the accident.
which took place when the rK
landing gear struck a sea-retaining
wall as the plane was landing.
Vessel Awaits
New ltdlicn Crew
At CZ Anchorage
The Montebello Hills, a 323-ft
vessel flying the Liberian flag, i
reported to be in the outer Bart Bart-boa
boa Bart-boa anchorage today awaiting ttv
arrival of a fresh crew from Ita Italy.
ly. Italy. It is understood that her pre present
sent present crew, also Italian, went on
sit-down strike yesterday after
the master reportedly tried to dis
charge an assisint engineer.
At the time, the ship was pre"
aring to get under way for north northbound
bound northbound Canal transit.
The Montebello Hills is said to
be under charter to Esso Oil Corp.

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Neutralism In

Growing Menace, London

LONDON, Aug. 28 (UPI)- The
London Times warned today thi.
neutralism in Latin America was
becoming an increasing menaut
to the Uniteu States.
The newspaper in an editorial
called "The fight for Latin Ameri
ca noted that a recent public opi
nion poll about a hypothetical ev
ent in tne tast-west contact show
ed that more than 50 percent of
the Latin Americans polled voted
neutral.
"With the extension of the vote
and thanks to demagogic leaders
such as Peron and Vargas, tm
people are sensing their povfer,'
said the newspaper.
"They point out that they have
received only a fraction of the aid
and attention which the United
States has dispensed elsewhere.
Thc Times pointed out that
Registration For
CZJC To Be Held
Next Wednesday
Registration of all student",
both old and new, who Wish to
attend the Canal Zone Junior
College this year, will be held
next Wednesday in the Junior
College office during regular of
fice hours, it has been announce!
by Dean Roger c. Hackett.
Classes will begin Thursday.
Tuition rates for the Junior
College are $200 a year for stu
dents entitled to employe rates
and $600 a year for all others.
Rates for part time students, or
those carrying less than 6 se semester
mester semester hours,' are $6 50 per se semester
mester semester for each weekly hour of
instruction for students with em
ploye rates, and $15 an hour fcr
all others.
Registration for the Junior
College Extension Division cours
es will be held Sept. 22 aha class classes
es classes will begin Oct. 2. Only those
classes In which at least 10 stu students
dents students are registered will be
started at that time, it was an announced.
nounced. announced. Tuition rates for the Exten
sion Division courses have not
yet been announced.
TONY MARTIN

Latin America Becomes

"some Latin American leaders do
not share the United States' con concern
cern concern about Communism being
dangerous."
It noted that Communists were
planting ideas in tht minds of
"responsibly and specialty na nationalist"
tionalist" nationalist" people as well as those
Who were politically "naive."
"Since the war almost every
demoeratieallv pler-terl T.stin A.
merican government has reached
power manKs xo Jen-wing suppor
with an anti-American bias," said
the newspaper.
"Now, the Soviet Union, dem demonstrating
onstrating demonstrating an apparent understandr
ing of these counties' plight ag
gravated by the drop in world com commodity
modity commodity prices is making enticing
offers to barter badly needed oil
Supplies On Sale
At CZ Retail Stores
Packaged school supplier for
nupils in Grades 1 through 4 and
for art students in Grades 5 and
6, were placed on sale yesterday
in building No. 38 next to the
wholesale shoe store m Bamoa
and in the retail stores at Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, Gamboa, and Gatun.
Packaged supplies for art stu;
dents in Grades 7, 8, and 9 al
so are on sale at Balboa, and for
grades 7 and 8 only at the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal retail store. It is estimated
that the packages will contain
sufficient supplies to last an en
tire year.
All other supplies needed by
pupils in Grades 5 through 12
art now on sale at Balboa and
Cristobal retail stores, and a list
showing what Is retraired by
each pupil at the beginning of
school, as well as the cost of eac
item, is now available,
All fther supplies needed by
pupils in Grades 5 and 6 attend attending
ing attending school at Gamboa and Ga Gatun,
tun, Gatun, may be purchased at the
local retail store. Additional
supplies pf pencils, pehs, paper
and other Items, may be pur purchased
chased purchased throughout the year.
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Times Warns
and machinery- for agricultural
surpluses which the west urin .f
buy."
The newspaper warned that not
eyen the formation of the recently
proposed Inter-American Bank for
Regional Development would coma
to much unless the U.S. adopted
a "new spirit' towards Latin A
menca.
'Daisy' Forces
Cristobal To Put in
At Norfolk, Va.
Tht Panama liner Crlltob!, ;
wmcn oauea rram New yorM
Tuesday, has bean forced to pu
into Norfolk. Va t,n avnlri ff

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The ship was dtw here Labor
day but is now exnected to ar
rive Tuesday. The Cristobal has
aboard 2H passengers for Cristo-
Dfti, the majority of them zen-
lans returning from Stateside
vacations. A number of them ara
school teachers.
Hurricane Daisy, picking no
speed, brushed lightly past tha
outer panics or. North Carolina
today and the weather bureau
ordered a hurricane watch post posted
ed posted in southern New England.
Only moderate winds were felt
but rough seas and gales occur occurred
red occurred in squalls off exposed Cap
JIatteras at mid-day. There was
only light rain and occasionally
tpe sun broke through the over overcast.
cast. overcast. At 11 a m. the Miami Weather
Bureau placed tha center of the
hurricane, packing 125 mph
winds, only no ttifles southeast
of Hatteras. It was moving only
slightly east of due north at a a-botrt
botrt a-botrt 20 miles an hour.
The 11 a,m. advisory ordered a
hurricane watch in southeastern
Massachusetts and Rhode Island
and warned this area to keep in
touch with latest advisories and
bulletins and be ready for qulc!
action in cast the hurricane
watch Is changed to hurricane
warnings.
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