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

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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1958 rIve CENTS

61 6aze ShiftsjAfore CZ School Bus Stops

-Faces Judge,
Not Sweetheart
A lovesick G.L from Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton who broke into his lost sweet sweet-herf
herf sweet-herf house in the deac of night
just to gaze for the last time at
her sUeping lce paid, for his sen sentimentality
timentality sentimentality at Balboa Magistrates
Court today.
He feund himseW leekine mte
the fa -.. Hill Hill-tinker
tinker Hill-tinker and being charged with
trepassihj in his farmer eweet eweet-heart's
heart's eweet-heart's heme.
The soldier is Sp4 Edward Clark
Allen, 32, who has been on he
Isthmus for about two years. For
some time he had been dating a
20-year-old college girl from Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Then quite recently they ar argued
gued argued and stopped seeing one an another.
other. another.
Yesterday Allen was dee to
leave the Isthmus for the States,
after completing his tour of serv service
ice service in the Zone. This would
meant he would never tee her a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. He had a craving just to see
her once more. The craving be became
came became so strong just after midnignt
that he went to her house, armed
with a knife.
He.Vcut the screening on the door
to reach the latch, let himself in
and crept;; mrietly to her bedroom
He stood over the bed looking
at her face on the pillow faintly
illuminated by street lamps out outside.
side. outside. Suddenly she awakened, and
being '.j$jjp frightened to move or
scream, just stared at him.
. Apparently he had not reckoned
on her waking up. He backed a a-way
way a-way out of the bedroom door with without
out without either of them having uttered
a word.
The girl had recHnied him ann
telephoned Balboa Potiee, A check
revealed that be was due to catch
a train at 7:15 a.m. at Balboa
Station, bound for Cristobal with
a group of servicemen to board an
Army transport for the 'States.
Police were wafllag for him at
the station and arrested him when
he arrived.
He was kept in Balboa. Jail un until
til until this morning when he appear appeared
ed appeared before the Magistrates Court
en a charge of loitering
The judge after hearing the sto story
ry story from the police, fined him $10
and gave him a 15 day jail sent sentence
ence sentence which, was suspended at the
discretion of the court.
Today he returned to the U.S.
Army garrison at Fort Clayton
and was placed on duty again at
the unit supply room.
Locals 900, 907
st Celebrations
For Next
Canal, Zone non-US-citizen labor
leaders have planned a complete
round of celebrations for Labor
Day next Monday.
Local 900, AFSCME, AFLCIO,
WiH hold an "open house" cele celebration
bration celebration at union headquarters, at
the rear of the Ancon Laundry
between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
At 4:00 p.m., officers of Locals
900 and 907 will be the guest of
the Jose Antonio Remon race racetrack.
track. racetrack. A Labor Day classic is be being
ing being sponsored by the management
in honor, of Labor Day,
Between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00
p.m., a big "open haie" cele celebration
bration celebration will talte place at Local
9O0's Atlantic Side office, located
in Cristobal.
Members and friends are invit invited
ed invited to talte part in the celebra celebrations
tions celebrations at the union offices in An An-eon
eon An-eon and Cristobal.
Many commercial firms in the
Republic have contributed toward
the "open house" celebrations. A
union official hinted that the big biggest
gest biggest of the two celebrations will
be in Cristobal.
Pacific Side union members, and
friends who may be spending the
day on the Atlantic Side are al alio
io alio invited to drop in at the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side "open house.'
Oil Firm's Jeep
Backs Into
Army's
Plane
At El Real
Down in the Darten country
Wednesday, a jeep hit a U.S. Ar
rhv Caribbean plane.
Neither was airborne at the
time, however.
An L-20 from the Aviatioh Be
lachment, 1st Battle Group, Fort
Kobbe, was parked on the small
gravel air strip at El Real when
the vehicle owned by a civilian
oil company backed into it, Some
damage was done to the plane's
left elevator. No one was in the
aircraft and the jep's drive;
was unhurt.
1st LI. Jack Crumit has pilot
ved the De Havillami Beaver on
jita mission to El Real.

Listed; Old Ones Unchanged
o
A number of new bus stops, made necessary by the addition
of several new school bus runs, have been announced by the Di Division
vision Division of Schools. The bus stops will be in addition to the ones
on routes which were run last year and which will remain un

changed.

All new and old bus runs will be made on regular schedules
beginning the first lull day of school Thursday, Sept. 4, the an announcement
nouncement announcement stated.
Later schedules will be run on the opening day of school,
Sept. 3, in order that the students can arrive at school at 10 a.m.
Children will be transported home by bus at the end of the

morning session on opening nay.
Regular kindergarten bus runs
under the auperviston of teaeh teaeh-ertwlll
ertwlll teaeh-ertwlll bo started on a house-jto-house
pick-up Friday, Sepfc 5,
the first day of kindergarten
ftC5fllOH
Accoiding to the announce announcement,
ment, announcement, the following bus stops
have been added:
Grades 1-12, Balboa area:
on Route No. 3, Plank Street,
House 0819 at 7:22 a.m. and Gav Gav-ilan
ilan Gav-ilan Road, House 1523 at 7:27,
arriving at Balboa Elementary
Schol at 7:32 a.m. and Balboa
Junior High School-Balboa High
Schol at 7:35 a.m.
On Route No. 4, Amador Road,
House 0920 at 7:44 a.m. and
House 0902 at 7:45 a.m., arriving
at Balboa Elementary School at
7:49 a.m. and Balboa Junior High
'Cristobal' Is Now
Due Here Tuesday;
'Ancon' In New York
The SS Cristobal of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Line, which was delayed on
her southbound trip when she put
into Norfolk to avoid hurricane
Daisy, is now expected to arrive
in Cristobal between 10 p.m. and
midnight next Tuesday,
The Cristobal left Norfont at
(t:57 p.m. yesterday en route to
Haiti and the Canal Zone.
Transportation aeross the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus will be provided for Pacific
side passengers arriving on the
Cristobal, according to officials of
the Canal's Transportation aad
Terminals Bureau.
An attempt will be made to
discharge and load the Cristobal
so that she may sail Wednesday
afternoon, but it is possible that
the northbound sailing will be
postponed until Thursday morning.
An announcement will be made
on this as soon as possible.
The SS Ancon, which sailed
rom Cristobal last Saturday for
New York, docked in New York
today as scheduled.
Rabbi Wilkin Back
From Conferences
In Sonih America
Rabbi Nathan Witkin, director
of USO-Jewish Welfare Board
Armed Forces Service Center, in
Balboa and field representative for
the National Jewish Welfare Board
returned today from a series of
conferences in South America.
In Buenos Aires, Argentina. Wit-
kin represented the United Syna
gogue of America at a World Con
ference of United Synagogues with
representatives from nine South
American countries and from the
United States, Panama, and from
Israel:
In Lima, Peru, Santiago, Chile
and in Buenos Aires, conferences
were held with community lead
ers and with the youth in regard
to the growth and development of
Jewish Community Centers in the
those South American cities.
This part of Witkin's work was
under the auspices of the World
Federation of Jewish Centers, of
which the parent organization is
the National Jewish Welfare
Board.
British Passenger
Taken Off Liner
A British-born passenger of the
liner SS Gothic was -taken ill yes yesterday
terday yesterday while the ship was in the
Canal and taken to Gorgas Hos
pital where he was placed on the
seriously ill list. He 's Thomas
E. Mitchell, 33. He is believed to
be suffering from a heart complaint.

Gamboa Tot Will Soon Leave

WBST ORANGE, N.J., Aug. 29
(UPI) A three-year-old boy
who journeyed 1900 miles from
the Panama Canal Zone to get a
new pair of arms, is to be releas
ed next month an institute for
the physically-handicapped, a
spokesman said today.
Greforio Torlbo, of Gamboa,
low has a new pair of hands and
forearms. A spokesman for the
Kessler Institute said the boy

School-Balboa High School at
7:51 a.m.
On Route No. 5, Gavilan Road,
House 1523 at 7:22 a.m.. and Akee
St.. House 1515, at 7:25 a.m., ar arriving
riving arriving at Balboa Elementary
School at 7:30 a.m. and at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Junior High School-Balboa
High School at 7:34 a.m.
On Route No. 6, Williamson
Place, House 0778, at 7:38 a.m.,
and on La Boca Road, House

798X at 7:42 a.m., arriving at
Balboa Elementary School at
7:47 a.m., and Balboa Junior
High SChool-Balbao High School
at 7:50 a.m.
On Route No. 12, Empire
Street, House HlX at 7:43
a.m., and on Croton Street,
House 823X at 7:46 a.m., arriv arriving
ing arriving at Balboa Elementary School
at 7:51 a.m. and Balboa Junior
High School-Balboa High School
at T:94 am.
Grades 1-6, Gamboa :
penitentiary at 7:30 a.m., and
House 0260, Goethals Blvd., at
7:45 a.m., arriving at Gamboa
Elementary school at 7:52 a.m.
On the Atlantic side new stops
for students, grades 7-12, attend
Ing Cristobal Junior-Senior Highk
School will be made at France
Field as follows:
House 336 at 7:30 a.m., House
on i. a.m., nu nuuse am
at 7:34 a.m. Arrival time at Cris-1
tobal Junior-Senior High School
to 7:45 evm,.

UT: Battle Gratip Ofrfovvf

1eapons Show For Stidint Officers

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A live fire demonstration and
display of weapons organic to In Infantry
fantry Infantry units, were staged this
morning by the 1st Battle Group,
20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe, fur
more than 100 student officers of
the U.S. Army Caribbean School
Fort Gulick. Thirteen Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican countries were represent represented
ed represented among the student group.
.Demonstrations ranged from the
bavonet basic to the individual
soldier to the concentrated are
power of a rifle platoon firing roc rocket
ket rocket launchers, M-i rifles, light ma
chine guns and support by mor
tars.
lig 20th Infantry's show is a re
gular part of the school's six
ted in Spanish by Captain Javier
month curriculum. It was narrat-
rle Flon Gonzalez of Mexico, o:
the school's tactics department.
Ma. Gen. Charles. L. Dasher,
U.S. Army Caribbean commanding-general,
and battle group
commander Col. Ralph A. Jones
Jr., with members of their staffs
went among spectators at the ev event.
ent. event. Accomoanying the students
across the Isthmus for the atfair
were Col. Cecil Himes, school com
mandant; Lt. Col. Philip Judson.
assistant commandant, and Lt.
Col. Richard Paul of the tactics
department.
Countries represented include Bo
livia. Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador.
El. Salvador. Guatemala, Hai'i,
Honduras. Mexico, Nicaragua Pe Peru,
ru, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela. Stu-
Margarita Com my
To Remain Open
rlext Tuesday
A chance in the weekly closing
day for the Panama Canal's re retail
tail retail store in Margarita will be
made the coming week because of
the Labor Day holiday.
Normally, the Margarita store
is closed on Tuesday, but next
week the Margarita store will be
open Tuesday, and remain all day
Wednesday, Supply Division offi officials
cials officials said.
The change is being made for
the convenience of the store's cus customers
tomers customers who would otherwise be un
able to buy food and other staples
foj three days.
had "done pretty well" with his
new limbs and should be en route
horn' by mid-September.
Oregorio was born without
forearms.
His mother, pretty Mra. Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Torlbo, took him to the
center for apparently-hopeless
cripples in a desperate gamble to
return her child to normalcy.
"He had learned to use his
stumps," ihe said, "and he could

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AMATEUR LEPIDOPTERISTS students of butterflies and
moths are having it Regular field day right now what with
the annual flight of the Cydimon fulgens which is on Its an annual
nual annual migration over the Canal Zone from an origin no one
knows to ah equally unknown destination. The winged insects,

J classified as moths, have been

ADove, in not pursuit or me migrants, is jamea jackson, 12, of
0atun. His admiring alllrl audience is, frorh left to right:
pebra Duncan, 6, Edna May Forsythe, 11, and Robin Hammeter,
I! 9,-all of Oatun.,

dents from Putrto,, Rico ;also were
present.
Firers demonstrated both in individual
dividual individual and crew-served weep-
ons, including the ,45-caliber pis pistol,
tol, pistol, sob machine gun, .30-ca liber
carbine. M l and M-14 rifles,
Browning automatic rifle, light
and heavy machine, gun, hand
and rifle grenades, .40 and 81
mm mortars, 3.S rocket launch launcher
er launcher and the 57 mm, 75 mm and
104 mm reeoilless rifles.
Coordination of the weapons fir firing
ing firing with 'the Spanish narration
was etfected with bilingual per
sonnel of B Company, 1st Battle
Group, including Sergeant Jose L.
Hernandez-Rivera, Sergeant Luis
A. Rubildo and Snecialist Four
I Roberto Del Busto-Tejada. The-r
company commander, Captain
Wilham L. De Vane of the S-3 See
tion. Also assisting th project of
ficer was Sergeant Antonio Mai
donado-Rivera.
Support for the project was giv
en by the 518th Engineer Compa
nv (Combat), which prepared spe
cial demolition effects and clear
ed and graded areas of the range
where the exhibition was hem.
Men from the medical and corn
municationi platoon o Hec'iuart-
ers and Headquarters cvoany
and a group from the U.S. Army
Caribbean Ordnance Section also
participated in tb prbiect. live
f're exercises were controlled by
the range tfetv o'ficer, First
Lieutenant Allan N. Downev.
One of the lighter episodes en-
ioved by the Latin American stu
dents wis the appearance of Ser
geant r irsr uss wn
who several times intefrunted hc
demonstration to tell of his "su
oerior weapon." At one noint lie
turned tin dressed in cook's white
and Claimed to be a master sere sere-eant
eant sere-eant but was waved off by t"ie
narrator.
Each time he returned, the ea?'
r demonstrator advanced in rank
Finally outranking the narrator,
he appeared on the scene in his
own staff car and demonstrated
his "secret weapon." This ws a
.44 Magnum pistol which deto detonated
nated detonated a preplanted charge sihvl sihvl-atins
atins sihvl-atins an atomic blast for a sptc sptc-tac'or
tac'or sptc-tac'or fl'max o the sow.
The U.S. Army Caribbean
Schnol, era of the most unusual
In th Army, has the mission of
training tntn-at-arms of the La

US Hospital With Artificial Brearms, Hands

eat almost as well as another
three-year-old boy." Institute
executive director William K.
Page assured the weeping Mrs.
Torlbo that technicians would do
all they could for the boy.
The institute is noted for its
ability to rehabilitate cripples

-nd teach them to reuse thei
lmbs they never had, or lost in The, happy seeming, moon moon-m
m moon-m accldenUy J faced boy has been trained In all

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flying for the past several weeks
tin American reotibUes in th,
most modern techniques. It
handles an average of 1000 stu students
dents students per year and offers court court-s
s court-s which cover the entir field
of army operations.
Not only does the school provide
unity of action and methods a a-mong
mong a-mong armies of the Western He Hemisphere
misphere Hemisphere it also helps to cre cre-aile
aile cre-aile mutual understanding and re respect
spect respect among peoples and coun countries.
tries. countries. ?Ttie regard in which the school
is held by nations of the hemis hemisphere
phere hemisphere is illustrated by the many
general officers who have attend attended
ed attended courses there, as well as the
many visits by diplomatic and
military dignitaries (rom all coun countries;
tries; countries; in the Americas.
USNS Randall's
To Canal
Zone Cancelled
w ; rs.
the sailing of the USNS Ran Randall,
dall, Randall, scheduled to leave New York
today for the Canal Zone, has been
cancelled for an indefinite period
because of necessary repairs.
The nasseneers. who were to
have, sailed on the Randall, will
now ibe flown from Idlewild Air-
mi W V l Alkrnnlr Air FnfAn
jBaSl. Flying in two chartered air-
i planes, they are scheduled to land
in the Zone tomorrow and Sunday.
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Among the passengers due to
arrive are Lt. Col. James D. A A-kans,
kans, A-kans, formerly assigned to the
Amry Language School, Monte Monterey,
rey, Monterey, Calif.; Lt. Col. James C. Kelly
from the office of Chief- of Staff,
Washington, D. C; Maj. Frank
J. Chie f alo of the military cloth clothing
ing clothing and textile supply agency,
Philadelphia Quartermaster De Depot,
pot, Depot, Pa., and Dr. Merrill A. Sy Sy-monds,
monds, Sy-monds, new Florida State Univer University
sity University director in the Panama area.
Akkns has been assigned to
IAGS, Fort Clayton. Kelly and
Chieffalo have been assigned to
the Ui S. Army Technical Service,
Paciffc.
The boy and his mother came
north with the road nnanciaily nnanciaily-paved
paved nnanciaily-paved by branches of the Ameri American
can American Red Cross and the Canal
Zone committee for the Physical -ly
Handicapped. Officials said
rehabilitation would take up to
three months. They arrived in
New York In May.

TH PULSE
OF PANAMA

A5 PRICE WAR which Witt
bring down the price of meat to
local consumers was predicted to today
day today by the tabloid La Hora.
The prediction was based on
the 'present competition between
Chiriqui butchers who will fly in
meat from David and those who
have their meat slaughtered at
the National Battoir.
The Chiriqui butchers are said
to be selling their meat to local
vendors at lower prices than the
Panama butchers.
A skull found at Old Panama
recently has been established as
that oi a white male, 25 years
old, hy Mrs. Reina Tories Iannel Iannel-lo,
lo, Iannel-lo, professor of antropology at
the National University:
Mrs. Iannello, to whom the
skull was sent for examination,
by the Coroner, Dr. Hernan Ra Ramirez
mirez Ramirez Chacon said further in in-formation
formation in-formation regarding the find was
impossible because it lacks the
facial bones and the teeth, from
which she could have establish established
ed established the approximate year of the
owner's death.
i; 5' 'day'. '
This apparently rules out the
possibility that the skull wis that
of either Panama bill collector
Bolivar Sucre of Swedish million millionaire
aire millionaire Gosta Videgard, both of
whom were middle aged men
who disappeared hre i
Some 150 Indians ol a popula
tion of 250 on one of the San
Bias islands ale said to be strick stricken
en stricken with a mysterious disease
which had been originally diag diagnosed
nosed diagnosed as malaria.
A committee from the island
of Anachucuna of the San Bias
archipelago arrived here yester
day to seek medical aid. ine
committee expressed iears wai
the strange sickness would spread
to other nearby islands.
Pretty Driver Sits
Frozen As Train
Chips Off Chromium
An 18-year-old Spanish sir! liv living
ing living in Panama ti.y discovered
yesterday that it is just as wc.i
xo look and see wne.her a tram
is coming beiore driving ones
car osr a railway crossing.
The girl, Sonia Ana Cana was
driving her 1956 sedan on Roose
velt Aventte when she turned to
go over the Tivoii railway cross
ing into Panama City. She was
just about to cross the tracks
when she became alarmed at the
big red. lights flashing. It occur occurred
red occurred to her that some action was
called for so she slopped dead.
Then the barriers swung do
fair and square over the hood of
her car with a crash and there
she was stuck with the front of
the car perilously close to uit
rails
Along chugged train No. 7, and
as Soma shut her eyes in horror
and panic, the train neatly clip
and some of the chronium off
the front of the car.
A policy report states that the
apparent cause of the accident
was "Inexperienced driver."
Fishing Dad Takes
Hook In Jaw; Tot
Stands Around
Charles A. Wilson of house 509,
Curundu went fishing with his
daughter Maria, age six, in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa yesterday and got hooked in
the right jaw with his own fish fishhook.
hook. fishhook. He went to Gorgas where the
hook was removed.
normal activities and is expected
passes. Instruction is given in
English, which the boy is picking
up rapidly and consists largely
of exercises with: the new limbs,
the spokesman aald.
During Gregorlo's treatment at
the Institute, he and his mother
have been staying in a West Or Orange
ange Orange home. The boy makes a
dally trip to the center.

sveral years ago.

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Navy Jet Pilots f

Get OK To Chase

Mao's Migs More

WASHINGTON, Aug. 29 (UN) Aurhoritotiy
sources reported today that U.S. Pacific forces have given
their jet pilots permission to pursue attacking Red Pk
across most of Formosa Strait.
The sources said the Pacific command has relaxed
the "hot pursuit" boundary line that in the past made
part of the embattled strait a haven for Red Chinese jets.
The report came 09 the State Department warned
the Reds that it would be folly for them to carry out their
new threat to invade the Nationalist-held offshore islands
of Quemoy and Matsu-.
The former "hot pursuit" boundary line generally
followed the Red-held mainland at distances ranging from
25 to 50 miles from shore.
It was understood the new pursuit li ordir would
not extend to the mainland itself but details were not
revealed.

The 6tate Department state
ment, released late yesterday, did
? W ffij
States would
or
ess
But it renewed Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles' warn warning
ing warning of last Saturday that it
would be "highly hazardous" for
Red China to assume that an at attempt
tempt attempt to conquer the offshore is islands
lands islands could be a limited opera operation.
tion. operation. But the commander of the
Red Chinese People's Libera Liberation
tion Liberation Army in Fukien province
today called on the Nationalist
garrison on the Quemoy islands
to surrender and warned that
it will liberate Formosa and
the off shore islands.
PeioinE radio in a Chinese lan
guage broadcast beamed at the
Natlonlalsts on the Quemoy is islands
lands islands told the commander and
Falling Locker
Fractures Arm
Of Cocoli Boy
A two-year-old boy, Glen Denny
of quarters 2527-A Cocoli receiv received
ed received a broken arm yesterday when
he attempted to climb a locker
at his home and it fell over on
top of him. He was treated at
Gorgas Hospital.
This accident was almost iden identical
tical identical with one at Curundu swim-
mine pool recently in which a 10-
year-old ho was killed when a
locker fell on him.
Britain Lifts Ban
On Many Exports
To Soviet Union
LONDON (UPI) Britain yester yesterday
day yesterday ii ted the ban on export of
some plastics, metals, synthetic
rubber and machinery to the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union, but placed a new em embargo
bargo embargo on other products.
The Board of Trade said con control
trol control was imposed on aircraft tur turbine
bine turbine engine fuel, certain fluori fluori-nated
nated fluori-nated silicone materials and liq liquid
uid liquid polymers and vibration testing
apparatus.
Dredging equipment, floating
docks, railway vehicles, Industrial
powders and steel plates were
among the items removed from
the embargo list.
Ike OKs Apple
For CZ Teachers
President Eisenhower has
signed into law the measure
recently enacted by Congress
Wmi will result in a pay raise
for Canal Zone teachers.
Word of the signature was re received
ceived received today in a telegram di directed
rected directed to the off icon of the
Central Labor Union and Metal
Trades Council.

J9frm F tfner Win mHs&

x lit Mis IU

deputy commander of the Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist troops that they were
blockaded by the Red Chinese

i oree.i inn imnn..iu.
0 brO&rir'ftsf: mrmifnf. 1m
loayo, aald the Nationalist
troops on the of fshore island are
in a hopeless position under the
heavy attack by the Red Chi Chinese
nese Chinese army, air and naval forces.
"It Is Impossible for you to at attempt
tempt attempt to attack against us,", the
Communist broadcast said
It added: "The Chinese Peo People's
ple's People's Liberation Army is deter determined
mined determined to liberate the lawful Chi Chinese
nese Chinese territory of Taiwan and tho
offshore Islands."
On Formosa, several Nation National
al National Chinese government office
hrve begun evacuating from
Taipei to suburban areas as a
precaution afainst expected
Communist air raids, the offi
441UUVV(U Ai. S
cial Nationalist information
office disclosed today.
The move was announced
shortly after Premier Chen
ChenK called on the nation to
"prepare for any crisis" Includ Including
ing Including the bombing of Formosa, and
as the Nationalist defied a-round-the-clock
Communist de demands
mands demands it surrender the offshore
islands.
A government spokesman said
several sections of the Ministry
of Fconomic Affairs and the
Overseas Affairs Commlsslofl al already
ready already were quitting Taipei and
that the Ministry of Interior Will
begin moving some sections on
Monday as urged by the premier.
The Nationalists clamped a
five hour curfew on the major
cities of Formosa during the
night and police and soldiers
carried out a house -by-house
search for Communist agents.
For security reasons there was
no ann juncement of the number
arrested.
Ernesto Berrocal, 23, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, came up before Judge Lo Lo-ren
ren Lo-ren B. Hilsinger in Balboa Mag Magistrate
istrate Magistrate Court today. He was
charged with striking Cheng
Ping in an argument over work
and wages.
The defendant pleaded guilty
and was ordered to pay a $lBk
fine.
A $5 fine imposed on Gild
Gloria Martinez, 20, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was suspended and she was
put on a year's probation. She
was charged with trespassing on
Ft Kobbe grounds.
She had pleaded guilty.
Walter Sinckler, 36. Panaman Panamanian,
ian, Panamanian, was charged with speeding.
He was golrt 50 mph in a 40 mile
zone on Oalllard Highway.
He entered a plea of not guilty
but was fined $5.
Also in court, was Bolivar A
"iisto Ambulo. 30, Panamanian.
While driving his station wagolt
down Thatcher Street, he fol followed
lowed followed another car too closely.
Ambulo pleaded guilty and wM
fined $5

The
Judge's Bench

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Navy hxenange Canteen at Rodman to see "wnamteh;aS
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LONDON: Gentleman Jim Hot Hot-fa
fa Hot-fa is a bountiful man and his nignt
errands are being run these days
by of all things open fisted
mpn All over the United States

the emissaries are offering fist

full of money to all sorts or pou pou-tical
tical pou-tical contact men., The word i
that the Teamsters are willing to
contribute heavily to campaigns
and the coin is made more shining
by confidential promises that
"Jim" is a politically reliable lab labor
or labor lelader because he is "conser "conservative"
vative" "conservative" and can be counted on
not to pull down the pillars of the

Temple. i

But those who accept Hons, s
political largesse really are buy

ing a pig in the political poke.
Jim Hoffa is tied in with the ultra ultra-left.
left. ultra-left. Not only has he been dealing
with the pro-Soviet Harry Bridges,
now Moscow bound but Hoffa
has been working with" a powerful
left-wing socialist here. This is the
first step in building a global
transportation ne. work which
could tie up world ports and rail railroads
roads railroads in support of one of Hoffa's
coming n,a t i o n a 1 transportation
crises.
Brother Hoffa's left wing friend
here is Frank Cousins, a former

"lorry" driver, and leader of the

ia casn ic6iai,ci v ..Bw ------- -.- lnneer does lorry anver, ana leaaer ol tne

IllKIlb UUtJ UUi imo uv...

service- and the nightly leftovers no longer grow us cuauw
IS mold on the shelves of the family refrigerator.
S This Local Rater doesn't give three "Mhos" if these Uly-
1 white champions want to die of ptomaine poisoning or integra-
i tionitis. He is only impressed with how asinine some mortals
I can be. Up at the Navy Exchange restaurant, in the same Rod-
I man area, wheer there are absolutely no barriers, these self-
same advocates of canteen segregation form the line before and
behind these identical local-rate "barbarians" at the one steam
1 table- secure and eat their chow (with no reported gastric after-
elSctiThVsame conditions to which they ar e obj ectlng
i at the Navy, canteen. "Consistency aa Mr Hamlet said thou

M mr iaoral Inri 11 nn I Pan SUU1CWUCH, miav

Workers Union

Before I report to you on the
collaboration between Frankie and
Jimmie, I should tell you about
Brother Cousins. He is a militant
Socialist avowed, dedicated and
all means of production and dis distribution
tribution distribution shall be the property of
the State. It is accurate to report
that the "Daily Worker" here has
spoken kindly of him as a fighter
for Socialism and peace. And when

tne communists speak o peace.

MEA Service, Inc

The Washington Merry -Go -Round
-By DREW PEARSON

camond iwilf polish Tby collision, and the coarsest manners by they mean why don't we throw ali I WASHINGTON-Jess McDonnel,

communion and intercnange 01 onougiitsr iour nyarogen Domos into the Arc
j-i u mct ho mpntlnnerl that this DUeriie De- : iir Dr-aan 1 rm!. i j

ill ait initicoo, al uiutiu uv ------ friu n,fti .... .-. uvuewp. "s ui gcu
havior involves only these old hens and this Texan. The otner i that Britain abandon her produc-

Gringos officers and civilians, whether they are sincere or not
are at ; least trying to convince us "lesser breeds" that American
democracy is something more than an empty word.
-Viva Cdr. Holtslander and captain Hines! Disf;usted

Sir:

WHAT'S WRONG WITH THE ISTHMUS

tion all by her truly majestic

seu ot nyarogen bombs.
Don't get me wrong. Mr. Cou Cousins
sins Cousins is an honest man who raised
chrysanthemums and gladioluses
when he wasn't driving his big
truck. He earns about $110 a week
for leading Britain's massive 1;-300,000-member
Transport Work Workers
ers Workers Union. His interests,; you might
say, are in flowers, Socialism

ana Dower.

V

which is the AFLC10 at Rriuin

The responsible TUC leaders don't
like Mr. Cousins and in their calm"
civilized fashion thMHt a lStgi
plan to trim m agMp.bil. Mf,
Cousins, you see, nSeft verf
much to be president of something
called the InternaitRmal Transport Transport-workers
workers Transport-workers Federation (ITF).
In these days of lunar probes, It
seems rather limited to talk of
earthbound things as sizable, but
the International Transportworkers
Federation is really big. It has
6,000,000 members who run trans
port on the land, on the sea, in
the air and en the docks. It could,
if it so decided, paralyze all trans transport
port transport this side o the Bolshoi and
Bamboo borders. So it is no slight
office to Which Brother Cousins
aspired.

In effect, Cousins had to run for

2

a .. iv,nr.fiQi nhcprvpr nf t.hp constant war of words

waged daily in your newspaper between residents of the Canal
Zone and of the Republic of Panama, I have foimed some opin opinions
ions opinions which I am certain are of no interest to either faction.
Nevertheless, since their petty grievances are of no real conse-
i fk. i,,iat inn nf Thp Panama Amer-

ican my observations are worth east as much. He is considered leA'iof-center
lean my 0Da tHiscuss the Zonians, because it is of them even by the other leaders of iht
that, I am the most contemptuous. The great majority of these British Jrades Union Congress

people, perhaps 95 of them, are the most conceiteo. independ independent
ent independent hypocritical, narrow-minded, rude, lazy, uncultured mass
of humanity that it has been my misfortune to encounter. It is
such monumental selfishness, as manifest by this group, that
undermines any attempt at foreign goodwill by the government
of the United States. .
There are frightfully few residents of the Canal Zone who
are anything but a discredit to the reputation of their country countrymen.
men. countrymen. These people never had it so good, living down here, and
they know it Why would they continue to reside here, with all
their imaginary gripes, if it were otherwise?
They have no respect for, nor interest in, the people, prin prin-nr
nr prin-nr pultnra nf the Panamanian. It is unfortunate that the

people of Panama are burdened with such an attitude on the
" "pttrt of foreigners who, of necessity, must continue to live in

their country. What s more, me ranamamau is nut iu
jfeftt unenviable position, for the American serviceman stationed
here dally encounters typically infamous examples of Canal Zone
discourtesy and fabricated aloofness.
The Panamanian, on the other hand, finds himself relegat relegated
ed relegated to a position of utter depravity, both socially and economical economically,
ly, economically, and for the most part it is not of his doing. However it is
a reality; and so a great many rely on conniving, thievery, and
iiiori, nafarinnc mnanc t.n cimnlant their naltrv Incomes.

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The responsibility tor tnis aepioraDie suuauun oi tuuiae;"-" uwtc i me nr convenuon
rests with the few wealthy families that control the govern- in Amsterdam last July 23. But
ment, and thus the fortunes of its people. This select group the British labor movement de de-should
should de-should be the object of the Canal Zoner's wrath, and deserved- cided to dampen him a bit. The
ly so, not the Local Raters or the unsavory characters who oper- British unionists simply placed an an-ate
ate an-ate in the vicinity of J Street. other Englishman in nomination m-
Before closine. I would strongly urge you to sincerely con- Ma,nfi, Couins for place in

r discontinuing the space called the Mail Box. It detracts tne'1 nign command.

aim man was tne respected Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Green, leader of the British
National Union of Railwavmen.

Since only one British candidate
could win, it seemed that Mr. Cou Cousins
sins Cousins would lose. Bu Jjr. Cousins

tamed with, the representa lives of
Hoffa, whose American Teamsters
alos are members of the ITF.
You guessed it. Brother Ho 'fa's
votes were cast for Brother Cou Cousins.
sins. Cousins. He won.

Today Cousins is president of

the influential global network of
transport unions reaching from
the highways of America to the

aocKs of India.
Thus Hoffa defeated th effort.

of the middle-of-the-road British

labor movement.
Ho 'fa's balance of power his
voles in the ITF prevented Frsnk
Cousins from losing face. It did
more. It gave Cousins the kind of
prestige he csn use in his fight
for eventual control nf th.

ful British Isbor movement itself

- wmcn, m enect, may some day
be the most powerful force in the
actual government of the British
Empire.
Thus Ho'fs may well have help help-ed
ed help-ed to make the 53-year-old Frank
Counsins one of the world's most
powerful figures slthough Mr.
Cousins is dedicated to easing ou
hk Ho emissaries are say saying
ing saying these days only he can reslly
preserve in the U.S. 7
one"' Gentleman Jim, he's a coy

assis ant senate secretary, came

up to Senator Richard iNeuberger,
Oregon Democrat, on the Senate
floor the other day and Whisper Whispered:
ed: Whispered: "Nixon wants to see you."
Neuberger went over to the
rostrum where the Vice President
was presiding.
I "I was playing golf with Bill
Rogers the other nay," said Nixon,
referring to Attorney General
ivogeis, 'and we dptided that you
and John Sherman Cooper of
Kentucky are the most courageous
me in the Senate."
Nixon was referring to the fact

that Cooper and Neuberger were

aider riiscontinulnc

considerably from the integrity of The Panama American as

an organ of news dissemination lor pudhc lmormauun. ii cuum
be replaced by "The Inquiring Reporter," or something similar,
whereby you could publish a representative crossection of your
readers' opinions on worthy world-wide daily occurrences.
Because, although local news may be of some importance
to many local citizens, is quite negligible in comparison to cur current
rent current global problems which involve vital decisions concerning the
Wry existence, or extinction of the human race.
' Possibly your circulation would diminish some, for the Mail
Box column is read more devoutly by Canal Zoners than the
Bible and Mickey Spillane combined. Whether an ascetic thing
like professional' prestige surpasses pure monetary considera considerations
tions considerations is an evaluation you will have to make, and the decision
should prove both interesting and enlightening.
Don Quixote

Sir:

K. OF C. BINGO

I Wr:

Returnlne to the Canal Zone after beine away for some

years, with the thought of enjoying a few weeks vacation, I find
that I don't like what I see going on at the K. of C. Hall.
I undertsand that very soon the K. of C. Hall will have a
new name, "Knights of the Bingo TaWe Fight Club." Seemingly
the K. of C. members have turned their building nd reputation
over to other individuals.
It's a sad state of affairs when a Catholic organization will
allow one of it.s homes to be turned into a gambling den. I can
see a club having a social bingo game run for its members to
provide entertainment for them. However, right now another
Lodge is running a business at the expense ol the K. of C 's re reputation.
putation. reputation. It would also be a sorry experience for people attend attending
ing attending if ever a fire broke out during a bingo game. People are
sitting in stairways and blocking all exits and means of escape.
, Before I return to the States I hope someone emerges with with-j
j with-j In the organization with sufficient power to correct this situa--tion.
I am writing this as a Knight of the Round Table and
hope the name will not be changed to "Knights of the Bingo
Table."
Real K. of C.

DOG-KILLER TERMED SADIST' AND COWARD'

"Another Animal Lover's" report (Mail Box, Aug. 36) of her

Cocoli neighbor who took the law into his own hands and shot

fgunned her little black dog Spooky reveals the act of a sadist,

and a coward.
A sadist, because anyone who would get out his shotgun in
-the dead of night and shoot down a dog even a barky one
has a genuine streak of cruelty.

i coward because the man who ambushed the pet did not
have the guts to find out who owned the dog, complain to its

owners, or complain to the police that he found the dog a

nuisance Tne canal zone has ample laws coverine thp control

of animals; but this fellow was too sneaky to show his face by

maamg a pome complaint.
I don't live in Cocoli. never have: but I sympathize with

the family there whose pet's life was snuffed out without a fair

neanng.

ifrabout time these of us who love animals get. together to
i see they get fair play on the Canal Zone. And by this I'm not
; If' fo- o vners who maintain big, loud-mouthed destruc

tive beasts who keep the neighbors awake half the night.

n- Animals Hare Rigms

seV

the only two members

Seua.e who hau vo.ed

me xtusseu amendment couubiiiiii

ing any study ot 'Surrender" by
the United Stales.
President Eisenhower had pro protested
tested protested that no such study was
being made, but 88 senators
voteu ag.insl the study anyway.

ol the, Senste as one of the

again., a.euus and suupotters of

The Big E

By BOB RUARK
They are beating the Big E in into
to into plowshares these days, and I
resent it. I imagine a lot
of people apart 'from me and
Bull Halsey resent it, too.
The Enterprise, that aiagni icent
aircrait carrier, has been sold
for scrap for $561,333, and is
being blowtorched into raw me metal.
tal. metal. The fact that the Big E cost
around 50 million dollars when
money was. money is not the
case in point.
The stark disgrace is that the
greatest ship in American history
is being cut into shards, and this

ought to make somebody in the junk. Wi.hout the Big E

government bitterly ashamed. I would probably have had the
She should be s shrine not a Japs living en masse in Beverly
plowshare. The good Lord knows 1 Hills,
we waste enough tax money on

junk, human sad otherwise. The; But the Japs never really could

Enterprise wanted and needed a i handle her. At the end piece,
permanent home, so that eur they smacked her with a kamika kamika-granchildren
granchildren kamika-granchildren could stride her ze, but the Big E shrugged it off.
ancient decks with pride. 'jit is sort of a shame she can't
You remember the Enterprise? j do the same with the blowtor-

rnere was a time when she was cues of ner own people

to the ysrds, the Big E was
just about all we had in lha
Pacific.
She moved so fat, and struck
so frequently, thst the Japs
thought we had at least five
functional carriers in that big
pond. They never knew-t where
they were or how manjrf
The admirals who drove this
baby were some people whose
names you might just reemember.
Halsey. Spruance. Kincaiti. Sher Sherman.
man. Sherman. Radford. Reeves. Mitscher.
That was a power of flags to
fly from what is now a junk
man's dream o base metai.

And that's what she is, kids,

late iiaiiKiiu ituuoevelt, Pepper
was finally debated by his old

Liv.iiu ueotge Smatncrs wnom he
had helpeu get discharged from
the Marine Corps.
Since then repper has been
practicing law in Florida. build-

Cooper and Neuberger in voting ing up ooth friends and fences,
against an amenument whicn Never has he lost the hope of
tney lelt locuseU undue attention Staging a comeback, and this

all we had as bastion against

me japs. -
She was a partner with the
Hornet when Jimmy Doolittle
mounted his surprise carrier at.
tack on Toyko.
She took part in such mild in incidents
cidents incidents in the Pacific as Mid Midway,
way, Midway, the Solomons, Guadlacanal,
Leyte, Luzon, Okinawa, the Gilbert
and Marshslls, Iwoi the Marcus
strike, and was en route to the
battle of the Coral Sea when it
ended. It was the only one she
missed.
She collected 20 battle stars.
Her planes accounted for 11$
Jap aircraft in the air and 310
on the ground, and -some will
say the figures are higher.
She sank the first Jap sub off
Pearl Harbor on Dec. 10, 1941.
She produced 175 hours of con con-tinouous
tinouous con-tinouous air cover off Iwo,
which is a tot of air cover.
In 1942 off the Solomons her
people sank a battleship, a crui crui-ser,
ser, crui-ser, three destroyers and 11 mni.

close liaries. She was a, real busy girl.

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Job

even mougn uniavoruoie on a
surrender study, in eifeel voted
with the President, who had dis
missed ihe rumored study as "too
ridiculous lor comment."
. "ihank you, Mr. Vice Presi President,
dent, President, replied Neuberger. "It tts
the only stand, however, that I

mougnt l could take

down irrevocably in the deep,
and the Saratoga damaged to a
point where she had to go back

vi..i .. ii i

summer he started that come

back.
At first Holland wasn't worried.
Then his political machine traa
ticajly wigwagged that the pri primary
mary primary would be no walkaway for
Holland.
The Florida Political Survev in

You and 1 may not agree on i Jacksonville, which has a record

some things," continued Nixon or ccurcy, showed Pepper run run-'ibut
'ibut run-'ibut if any. attempt is madi to!' nmg 42 Pr cent Holland 46
use that vote against youl fn eVwith 12 per cent un un-youf
youf un-youf state by Republicans, Wou jd"?" Fearful that Pepper
let me know and I'll tell ffiem mlg, I1"1 remainin 12 P
just what I am telling you now fent. Holland left important votes
."The electorate in Oregen Wl" i.he l3 -uncaSt and leapt

DreilV m i' ism ran aH Von I " nu.uc state.

- O -, '.uuu 1,,U-

Derger, and I hope that I'll
never need those credentials. Sut

ii i ao i n call on you."

iNoie-in 1854 Nixon made

since then, big money has
be n l ocking into Hollands cam campaign
paign campaign chest while Pepper's cam cam-haign
haign cam-haign kitty is about as bare as

Holland s aides warn him tht

Pepper can't walk down the street

wunoui having a half dozen

ui mixun made a aij it V ZZ ,.
K Oregon to try M&lJ

ueieat ieuDerger, and afterward
Neuberger made a speech at the!
WOmpn Mafinml D.a.-- a-ii.L I

u b. tiuna i est i i ii n i n l

Washington condemning Nixon's CTl TJ? say hell and
unfair tactics. In politics Thow fiS-J-f'JSPft When. Holland walk

ever, the wheel of fortune sninl c" ",,. ee' Iew greet him.

incessantly, and nobody knows
when it will make .ormer ene enemies
mies enemies allies.
STRANGE ALLY
,nHhei 2f-TCMb of Commerce
and John L Lewis make strange
bedfellows. But it was this K
liance which really sealed the
iate of the Kennedy Ives anti anti-racketeering
racketeering anti-racketeering bill in the House

So Holland, who has vntert urith

Senate Republicans almost as
many times as he has vntaH urith

Senate Democrats, figures he's in
for the fight of his ,life.
PORT SAID (UPI The "U S.
Oostroyer Benham arrived on
tday. the first of a six-ship
U,S. flotilla scheduled to transit
the Suez Canal southward. Other
ships scheduled to join the Ben-

nam lor the transit were the air-

,

155 Central Ave.
Phone: 21803

a VtOkACU Ule A L, i -a. T'-""- au.
whip over Southern and ,G0P stroyers Forrest Shermsn, Forrf
conservatives. whil th. ... iToysl, Chsrles H. Roan. nd Hl.

the United Mine wwi,r. -SisPJP

!lnthLI0t!!.,0f !iberal Congress'-

en masse areas aUnost
Th nu i .

ShOW It ha7 'K CarefUl 1101
snow its hand, showered Congress
SI .'Wr1 "rs rootTle? rootTle?-telerams
telerams rootTle?-telerams from locsl
thZTJfmen- Thousands of
tan le. l"s and wires poured in'
to Capitol offices during the 48
hours before the House voted!
How phony they were was d-:
monstrated when the bill
sponsors, Democratic Sen John
Kennedy of Massachusetts and
SewS JS IrHVi"g l
MraW.ivYlkJ,,Lece'v,ed "vera! iden-

," ""u telegrams,

fSwT".. 09 .'he House

w against their

The naive signers of these "for
telegrams didn't even know that

in an. .?ouid ot ms

ol the le,attoVnathe
not vote against it.
John L. Lewis at least w nnt
dev.ous. His lieutenant, button
Congressmen in congress on
Shone N

voted "nn "' d: "ItS" and fly
mEi i So dld Gregory of
ffif, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania-Van
Van Pennsylvania-Van 7,nr?,gUr; L.f0re' Mums,
K..ni,"l.sn.
IT'S HOT IN FLORIDA
au86!!'!.,8"!: sl""i Holland,
the Flonds Republicrst, had not
expected to worry about his pri primary
mary primary re-election. But suddenly
he left Wsshington and hss been
whis'le-stopping all over Florida.
The reason: A ormer member of

the United States Senste named

t. Pepper.
After serving 12 yesrs in. the

.1

Admiral Halsey made a valiant

stab to preserve the Enterprise,
but the Bull is old and the
Navy didn't show much interest
in the project, and so now
these tons of nobility will be
lost to a whole generation which
loved her, and to all the gene generations
rations generations to come.
It's too late "to do anything a a-bout
bout a-bout it now, but I gladly would
have sewed an extra fringe on
my tax tab to have kept her
afloat, m safe harbor, honored
and tended and beloved,
It wouldn't have cost the Naby
very much to keep the skeleton
crew aboard to keep her proud
face clean and shining, her lines
burnished down end her deck
scrubbed, shipshape and Bristol
fashion.
In terms of what this country
owes a ship, I rate, the Big &
oyer the Mayflower or Old Iron Ironside.
side. Ironside. Why, oh why, couldn't they
have taken, her out to ses and
scuttled her gently and lovingly
if shrine she was not destined
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MOVIIS-TIUVKION
by Erskine Johnson
MIA $( Carriataaa'

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Hfit 1 VWOOD (NEA) Exclu-j sequel, but the film now ends
,?fi!, Te movie dolls with the usual "The End." In

sure "are slipping these days. I odd decision, the stuaio aeciaea
t w Tavlor Sophia Loren, .Tina exhibitors might construe the
LiuiL Brigiue Bardot, Anna Mag- j wordage a definite commit commit-nani
nani commit-nani and now a new French ment.
2 fef frSisff-tuSS' SO YOU KNOW, of course,

Miu kjian-

around on the screen
only (lips-

wearing that "You re hot the type" are
the famous last words of show

business. But maybe you ve ne never
ver never heard Dorothy (life With Fa Father)
ther) Father) Stickney's poem about it.

Dorothy was just the type ior

blacv

biru ar white, some

.11 ... .-ni-naliria anri all STe

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rn,n R ru ..." mr 1 . ,m.

. -; .1. ..;tv a rati tn tnn ivinuip ni hi1

Hie ,."- ;. "--'" ---

mamaoie nr. reiinyuacnei out

4 r. nt r araviiv

Mat would happen if a sup slip

fed.
You cac take Movie Designer
Edith Head's word for it:
"The slips they're wearing in
movies are engineered. They look
like they would slip off at the
drop of a hat," she told me,
'bul it would really take

minor arwquas,.

Hollywood's slip from luxury
to realism is the reason so many
glamour chirks are slipping, ac according
cording according to Edilh.
"When Hollywood was rich."

th tll it. "thev kepi us design

in lragile. ethereal negligees

MOW mat everyone

there was a time when she
wouldn't give a penny tor her
chances at stardom. That's when
she wrote, "You're Not the
Type." The last verses read:
Jul starve and go, I hope, above.
And this is what Im thinking of.
Perhaps if I am very godd.
And play my part as angels
should

Saint Peter will be kind to me,

And, lend me since his golden key.

I hope to see upon the stairs
! Imploring for admittance there,
! Peodiirer. nlavwriehts aeonfv

I -too

And all the deadly office crew

i. ,armp vvucji my laminar lace mey see.

mail-order SXSmjf. WBtit W "rt remembW

the slip has become an ecqn-

my symooi ui jr..

mora

vulnerable when

fully dressed. Slips are tne low lowest
est lowest common denominator. They
are the least a girl can wear un under
der under the censorship eode."

from the pearly gates I'll

Pipe,
Oh, go to Hell you're not the
type"'

News item: "Mat Wast plans t

return to shew business as an

jmkWMWmg th. lovelorn .xp.rt

ix 1 .1111111 1: tut ii

league with a Columoia amum,
"The Bawdy Songs of the Seven
Seas." Well, he jure knows 'em.
V at do I know about his voice!
Just what he told me;
"I haven't had any complaints
while si-flint in the shower.".

Trade paper headline: "Movie
Ciar Eric Johnston worried about
movies With juvenile delinquency
themes. May adopt 'get tough'
policy." ''v W
It's about time, sir.

a Los Angeles TV station.'

Record Enrollment

Expected In Schools,

But Teachers Short

Long Polar Flight
Ends In Close Call
For 61 Passengers
LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Passen-gers
on a polar flight from Lon London
don London to Los Angeles turned to
orayer to avoid panic yesterday
when their crippled airliner hunt-

ed for a landing field aeir the

U.S.-Canadian border.
The Trans World Airline
made a flaming, emergency land landing
ing landing at a World War II landing
strip near Cut Bank, Mont.
-The 81 passengers and crew of
10 were brought on to Los An Angeles
geles Angeles by another four-engine Con Constellation
stellation Constellation after a 12-hour stay in
Cut Bank.
"The prayer was the most no noticeable
ticeable noticeable thing," said Floyd Allen,
46, a missionary i'rom French
Camaroun, Africa. "Everyone
tried to keep quiet and natural

and calm. Everyone was quite
courageous, I thought."
"People talked quietly to each
other" said Thomas Pomposo, 28,
Pittsburg, Calif. "The stewardess

kept coming back and forth, first

instructing us to put on our life
jackets when we thought we would
land over water, then letting us
know we were over Montana.

'A lot of people prayed mostly

older persons and children."
The airliner, piloted by Capt.

Earl Fleet, was directed to the
remote airfield by radar units at
Cut Bank, Havre, and Malmstrum,

Montana.

"If it hadn't been for the radar
units, I would have been forced
to make a crash landing," Fleet

said.

"Our No. 3 propeller fell off,

then the No. 3 engine caught fire

I we hadn't landed, we might

nave gone in two or three mm
utes."

The veteran pilot said he first
noticed the plane's propeller was

acting up near Swift Current,

Canada, but had to fly 100 miles

Before finding a field large enough
to land the plane.

Nuclear Scientists To Meet
-T .TEJrJav3yEf '.f-i Si-' r '''41',
On Peace-time Use Of Atom

Big Celebration t t-Ferry
Ferry t-Ferry Arrives
Thre Years Late

MfiM changed its mind about
the f aBe Continued" title tag
on "Andy Hardy Comes Horn,"
first new Hard, film in 12 years.
There's Jtood chance of a
:'v" '
American Bar Group
Would TakMtics
Front Judges' Bench

LOS ANGI5LES (UPI)-A reso resolution
lution resolution Approved by the American
Bar Assn. today called for remov removal
al removal of appointment of federal judg judges
es judges from politics.
The hotly debated issue was
fought out and approved yester yester-dav
dav yester-dav bv members of the house of

delegate at the Associations 81st

annual convention.
As approved, the proposal called
for appointment of federal judges

by the President according to
qualifications and not because of
political alignment.
"Suggestions fox nominations
should originate in an independent
commission established as an ag agency
ency agency of the President, to advise
with the President on appoint appointments,
ments, appointments, and to receive from out outside
side outside sources and from all seg segments
ments segments of the organized bar sug suggestions
gestions suggestions of names of persona
deemed highly qualified for ap appointment
pointment appointment as judges in their
snective jurisdictions,' the resolu resolution
tion resolution stated.
"To avoid any suggestion of par partisanship
tisanship partisanship and to make the courts
truly nonpartisan or bipartisan, it
is desirable that there would be

some recognition of a generAT

principle that a substantial per percentage
centage percentage of the members 0 any
federal court should be from the
ranks of a party other than that
of the President whq is to make
the Particular appointment."

WASHINGTON (UP) The
U. S. Office of Education said

today that an all time high

ot 45 million students will enroJ
in the nation's teacher short
schools and colleges in the com coming
ing coming school year.
.. Lawrence G. Derthick, commis

sioner of education, said that one

out of every four Americans will
be 4toD1,'ieljiel or college.
The 1958-59 term will mark the
14th year in a Trow that enroll enrollments
ments enrollments have risen.
"The shortage S of qualified
teachers," DerthickN said, "will
'iMittMis school year."

mtnts next month will run about
1,750,000 higher than the previous

record of 43,195,000 students who
entered school and colege last

year:
Public and private school en
rollments in classes from kinder

garten through the eighth exnde

are expected to total about 31,

793,000. This would be a gain of

more than a million over last
year's elementary school enroll

ment.

In addition, an edcation o'fice

srvey reported that a jmp of

almost half a million is expected

in high school enrollment, mean
ing grades 9 throgh 12.
Derthick placed nigh school en

roument at 8.880.000 in the new

school year compared with 8,424, 8,424,-000
000 8,424,-000 dring the 1957-58 school term.
According to estimates, for ev every
ery every 100 persons aged 14 throgh
17 years, 83 will be enrolled in
h'gh schools. Ten years ago 75
ot of 100 were enrolled.
Pertbick said colleges and nl nl-versitits
versitits nl-versitits were expected to teacn
3.623,000 stdents dring .the com coming
ing coming academic year, or about 173-,
000 more than last year.
He said the nation needs abot
245,500 additional qalified teach teachers
ers teachers this year. He said 99,000 were
needed to replace teachers who
died, or who retired or left the

profession to be married or to
take other employment last year.
In addition, he said, 55,000 new
teachers were redired to t
the bigger tnrollme.nl s and 91,000
to replace emergency teachers.

PORT AUX ASQUE, Nfld.
(UPI) Thousands turned out
along the waterfront today to
cheer a Jerry. Ship whistles

sounded and car horns bl ued.

The Canadian National rail

ways' ferry, William Carson, fi finally
nally finally had arrived more than
three years late.

The 11-million-dollar ferrv had

been scheduled to run between

North Sydney and Port Am

Basques. But, after it was built.

officials realized the ferry was too

Dig tor tne dock here.

so the ferry was put on another

run and the federal eovernmpnt

started a three-year program to
improve. the harbor. And, at fast,
the William Carson docked here
on a test run.

GENEVA (UP) Nuclear
scientists of East and West were
assembling again in Geneva on
Wednesday to tell each other what
progress they had made in the
past three years in harnessing the

atom lor peaceful uses.

Only a week after they surprised

the world by agreeing on how to

space a nuclear test nan, a one

eoutd be arranged, tne nucieai
technicians of the Soviet and West Western
ern Western nations began arriving for an

other conference on Swrtierlad s

neutral ground.

For two weeks starting Monday.

thev will be exchanging ideas 011

fission, fusion, physics, chemistry.

radiation, nuclear safety and nu

clear power all wunin tne

framework of using the power of
fW atom for the benefit rather

than the destruction of mankind.

It will be the second United Na Nations
tions Nations conference on the peaceful
uses of atomic energy. An infor informal
mal informal opening of delegates and the
press ii set for Sunday, and of officially
ficially officially the gathering will last
from Sept. 1 to 13.
The first such conference held in
1955 at tht inspiration of Presi President
dent President Eisenhower, stripped away
much of the secrecy existing be between
tween between East and West and revealed
that one day man might unlock
the secret oe limitless hydrogen
power contained in, say, a few
drops of sea water.
In many ways, the Soviets at
the 1955 conference wore consider
ed to have shown themselves
ahead of the United States in
atomic research for peaceful pur-

Doses. Whether they have main

tained their lead in the fields in
which they had a head start may
be shown by the new conference.
Lewis L. Strauss, former cha r-

man of the U.S. Atomic Energy

Commission, will head the Amer American
ican American delegation of about 450 scien

tists. Other members include Dr.

James R. Killian Jr., special as

sistant to thu President for sci

ence and technology and president

of the Massachusetts Institute of

Technology; AEC Commissioner

Willard G. Frank Libby; Robert

McKinney, permanent U.S. repre representative
sentative representative to the International
Atomic Enerw Aeency. and Dr.

Isidor I. Rabi. one of America's

foremost physicists.

delegation headed by the re renowned
nowned renowned scientist Igor I. Tamm.
Eighty five countries were in in-viiea
viiea in-viiea to the gathering. Some 2,300

scientific papers have been sub

mitted for discussion and distribu
tion.

Bachelor Arrested
On Morals Charge

QUAKERTOWN, Pa. (UPI) A
32-year-old short order cook was
held on a morals charge today
after a nude 17-year-old boy was

found shackled and chained in a
narrow dungeon beneath the sus suspect's
pect's suspect's modern ranch home here.
Police said the man, George E.

Frey, admitted holding the youth
prisoner for 14 hours after he

"dreamed up tne idea overmgnt.
The youth, whose name was
withheld, had been stripped of his
clothing and chained to the floor
of a concrete-lined hole three efet
deep and eight feet long.
The boy's plight was discovered
by his father, who heard cries
aiter coming to the house to
search for his son. The boy had
gone to Fray's place to cut grass.
The father summoned state
police who traced the screams
to a pit covered by a bathtub.
Police moved the bathtub and
found the boy, lying on his back
on an air mattress, star in? up at
them.
Police said the youth apparently
was uninjured.
Police said Frey fastened chains
on the boy's neck, waist, wrists
and ankles to hooks in the con
crete, Frey, a bachelor, lived
alone in the home.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST t, 195S
Von Braun Sees US Puffing
Man Into Space In 5 Years

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AMSTERDAM (UPI) Rocket
expert Or. Wernher Von Braun
said yesterday he was certain

gested lead shielding for space
ships. Another speculated it was
an extension of the solar atmos-

America would have a man in phere 33,000,000 miles wide.

space within five years "and most "At the worst, it should be only
likely sooner." He said the daB- several diateeiers of the earth
gers of tberadiation band around t wide," York said, "and a space
die earth bad been exaggerated, ship would be through it in sev sev-Dr.
Dr. sev-Dr. Herbert York, of ihe Ad-ieral hours, certainly not long
vanced Projects Researcn Agency, I enough for a fatal radiation dose
also sajd that if the radiation belt! from what we know now of the
"were the only thing to worry j band."",
about in getting to the moon, any I As for re-entry. York said:

Lof us here would willingly take) "From a purely scientific point nf

tne ris. view it can Oe done. But there is
Other American scientists at- a difference be ween getting
tending the ninth International Aa-i something' up there and r
tronautical Congress here believe! covering it, such as a nose cone,
the Russian timetable .or orbiting and gefting 'someone' up and

a man in a saieuue cans ior a I ormging mm Back.

. , j i it. hLaLi n:,i.i.f u. 4nt comnleted a course of instruction in Traffic Law Enforcement given by Sgt. A.TL Cooper,
THIRTY-ONE MEMBERS of the. Canal Zone Police force stationed in the.Cristobal District have Just Vm?. DanjM aie ,m to light) Seated. p0,iceiI1en D. A. Hone. D. R. La-

THiK T v -ui k m KmBtKa oi uie. unai m "".1"- .uTJ iZrHiibr awarded by Chief B. A. Darden aie (left to right) Seated: Policemen D. A. Ilppe, D. R. La-

recent gnfluaie ot Nortnwesiern i uvcmv c" "JT I"" 77 ISTl Green, and W. J.

Graw, T. T. Behre

R. E. Oberholtzer.

E. J. Scott, A. E. Goguen, and E. G. Mika. Third Row: Policemen D. D. Austin, N. 3. Archer, G.

Cronan. Second Row: Policemen W. J. Park, Ralph Dugan, K. L. Mc

A. Tully, Sgt. R. A. Edmonson, Policemen A. J. Benton, A. Kozar, W. H. Slants, and

lerholtzer. ... . riiL t t riiin C D DeLapp, G. G. Fortner, A. R. Geddic, A. R. Hauser, and" R. G. Owens.
Also receiving certificates but not shown In the photograph are: Sgt. B. W. Treadwell, Policemen J. L. Collins, ueipp,

Senate Probers Hear Testimony
Against Hoffa Right Hand Man

first attempt next spring.

Van Braun, hobbling on a carte
as a result of a wrenched rack.
and the crewcut Dr. York, chief
scientist of the group which de decides
cides decides the feasibility of the mili military
tary military and civil space projects on
which the United States is em embarking,
barking, embarking, gave their views in a
news conference;
They restricted the talk to civil
space projects because, Von
braun said, Soviet Russia is pj
tending the Congress "and it
would be poor taste tp talk about
intercontinental ballistic missiles."
The questions concentrated on
radiation, an idea which York's
agency is studying, and American
progress on "re-entry" into the
earth's atmospheric -r1 the main
problem in manned flight. Puffing
a pipe, York parried some ques questions
tions questions on the American program.
"Everyiime' wesay we are go going
ing going to do something, the Russians
do it," he said. "We've got too
much of a record of talking about
things." ...
"But will you send up anything
larger than a mouse or small
monkey in your re-entry teste"
an interviewer persisted :
"We're going to do it but not
yet," York replied.
The radiation belt has figured
prominently in discussions here.

One paper speculated it extended

"We wouldn't even try to do ft

with someone," said Von Braun,
"until we could do it repeatedly".
York said research was going
ahead in many fascinating fields.
He mentioned work on an "ion
roeket," a space power plant in intended
tended intended to use the energy o' gas gas-yes
yes gas-yes to achieve speeds of more thai
500,000 miles an hour. It would be
assembled at Space stations from

parts rocketed up from earth and
would be used for cruising among
the planets.
"These things can happen," said
York "say in 50 years from
now. T

CWO At IACS
Upped To CWO-3
CWO2 Floyd J. Duprey of
iaQS, Port Clayton was promot promoted
ed promoted to CWQ3, last week, Head Headquarters,
quarters, Headquarters, U.. Army Caribbean
announced.

CORRECTION MADE
BERLIN (UPI) The Commu Communist
nist Communist iswspaper Berliner Zeitung
told its readers yesterday that
Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia,
and the Sudan were not part Of
the United Arab Republic. It had
put them in the UAR in a map

WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate pressure on carnivals which sell
rackets investigators heard testi- or give away "100 million dollars
money yesterday that Harold J. worth of merchandise" a year,
Gibbons, teamster boss James R. most of it non union.
Hoffa's right hand man, helped j Ano.her witness, Floyd E. Good Good-set
set Good-set up a carnival workers union ing of Columbus, Ohio, testified he

ucauiwcu v"w'-" -;ivm.utu an uiiuci siauuillg Wlin
McClellan as a "highjacking i-per-Karsh covering about 160 of the
ation." I employes of carnival units run by
The testimony came as the his Gooding Amusement Co.
Rackets Committee opened a He said Karsh threatened to
phase of its investigation of Hoffa i have his shows picketed and had
and is associates which Chief warned the Monroe, Mich., Fair
Counsel Robert F. Kennedy said Board that its fair would be
would show the teamsters were at picketed if non-union Gooding
least a "factor" in killing off an units appeared there.
American Institution the circus rj; ...
under canvas. Gooding said he gave Karsh a
check for $600 or $700 but stopped
McClellan made his statement j payment on it when he read in
after a witness swore that a the. trade magazine billboard that

union official recommended py the union's charter might be re-!

utDDons usea extortion to get.ta i voiced. The charter was revoked

laDor contract wnn ,a carmai aDout a month later

whose .employes never had even

WerlnpsHav VaGlarHov U j

from 250 to 40,000 miles and sug- a correctfoa:

APPRECIATION 1 ROM AMBASSADOR Members of the Engineers Maintenance Division WMCMUB "c. M
preclation from Julian V. Harrington, U.S. Ambassador to Panama, with indorsements by Lt. Gen. R.dge ly Gai hei M.J. Ge. Cha les
L. Dasher and Col. It. I.. Hill for work performed during the recent visit cf JJ'"!,1
are; Ham Hcleomb, foreman of the equipment branch, Anthony Terracina, mechanic, Mario De Gracia, mechanic, James Amos,
foreman electrical branch and Hubert Snaue, mechanic. (U.S. Army Photo) :

BATTLE GROUP PROMOTION' During a ceremony at headquarters of the 1st Battle Group,
20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe, CWO Mcdicus Rentz re ceived notice ol his promotion from SWO-2 to CWO CWO-3.
3. CWO-3. Battle group commander Col. Ralph A. Jones, Jr., pins on the new insignia of rank while Renti'i
Wife, Ethelyne, watches. 'U.S. Army Photo)

P. A. CLASSIFIEDS

Three New Officers

Arrive To Join
USARCARIB Staff

Two o'ficers assigned to Head Headquarters,
quarters, Headquarters, U.S. Army Caribbean
and one whose duty station will

be at the USARCARIB School,

been asked to join the union.

The union was an affiliate of
the International Jewelry Workers
(AFL). the committee offered

minutes of the AFL Execuli 'e

board reporting that the official,
Harry Karsh, got his union
charter on Gibbons' recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation afier Karsh had been dropped
by the AFL for "questionable"
activities.
McClellan called Karsh's union
a "highjacking pera'ion" after
Robert L. Hines, a Fort Wayne,
Ind., attorney, told how it forced
the 1952 unionization of the Cetlin
and Wilson carnival with Karsh
playing a key role.
Hines said he was called to me
New York Central Railroad yards
by the show's owners Ihe night o"
July 6, 1952. He said he found

pickets led by Karsh blocking thr

unloading of flatcars parrying the
carnival's animals and equipment
He said the teamsters refused to
move the wagons and the carnival
did not have its own h aiding
equipment. A local humane officer
warned that the animals must be
fed and police said the streets
could not be blocked with wagons.
Hines said Karsh, who claimed
to represent Local 450 of the Car-

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Fort Gulick, arrived in the conv

Peronism Revived
For Argentina's
Labor Federation
. BUENOS AIRES fUPI) A

measure which effectively revives
Peronist control of Argentina's
powerful unions became law to today
day today without the formality of signa signature
ture signature by President Arturo Frondizi.
The President, who had been
Urged by leaders of the armed
forces to veto the measure, com compromised
promised compromised by taking no action. Un Under
der Under Argentine law, the measure
automatically became effective.
The new law re-creates the CGT
labor federation set up by ousted
ex-President Juan D. Peron with
nq stipulation as to the political
complexion o" its leaders
Fortytfive of the CGT's 96 mem member
ber member unions are controlled by known
Peromsts and 22 are ruh by the
Communists customary collabof
rators of Peron's men. Only 29

are headed by foes of Peron.

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to sign a contract."
The attorney also said karsh

station was at Governor's Island,

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Army Reserves),

Francisco, Calif.
A new member of the Adjutant
General's Office is Capt. Edward
M. Turk.
He formerly was with the U.S.
Army Instructor Group (ROTC),
VI U.S. Army Reserve Corps,
Detroit, Mich., with a duty Sta Station
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here until you sign the contract

After hours of bickering, Hines
said, carnival owner John Wilson
finally signed the contract requir requir-in
in requir-in gcarnival workers to join the
union within 30 days and pay SI
4 month dues.
The role of Gibbons, Ho 'fa's ex executive
ecutive executive assistant and a teamster
vice president, was related by Hy Hy-man
man Hy-man J. Powell, secretary treasur treasurer
er treasurer of the Jewelry Workers.
He said a charter was granted
to KarsH after 'he international
union consulted Gibbons and was
tnlrl tViot ...

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A 13-year-old girl agreed Wednes- know that RaTsh had been Wcked
day to have both her legs am- Lut of AFL, Kleltel,

putated in order to walk for the

first time in her life.
Doctors said artificial legs are
needed for young Karln
Queeney, who is paralyzed from
the knees down.
Karleen was born with a spinal
abnormality; A corrective operar
tion when she was a month old
left her legs permanently
paralyzed.
"I think I'll be able to wajk,
dance and ride a horse with new
legs," the girl said in agreeing to
the amputation.
Tha operation is scheduled for

He testified the charter was re revoked
voked revoked in 1952 when the AFL e e-ecu'ive
ecu'ive e-ecu'ive board recommended tht
action. He explained hat th
Jewelry Workers had hoped to put

next month in Philadelphia at
Shriner'a Hospital for Crippled
Children.
Since she was five and a hal'
months old, Karleen has been in
a plaster cast or in braces. Vith Vith-out
out Vith-out artificial legs, she would have
to spend the rest of her li.'e In a
wheelchair, tha doctors said.

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MA J. FRANK J. JANSEN, left, is sworn into the Regular Army
by Mai J. B White, executive officer of the 4th Gun Battalion,
517th, Artillery, Fort Clayton. Jansen was appointed a captain
of Artillery under the Department of the Army's augumenta augumenta-tion
tion augumenta-tion program. He is S-3 of the 517th where he will remain
on active duty as a major He has 16 years Army service and
hM been commissioned since 1948r-(P.S. Army Phote)

Quote Unquote
:
- LONDON Symphony conduc conductor
tor conductor Sir John barbirolli, on the
death of composer Ralph Vaughan
Williams:: i 'i . tfJ;ty ,i
"He was one of the most com complete
plete complete men I have ever knnown.
He loved work, he loved food, he
loved drink and he oved ood
company and is fellow musi musicians,"
cians," musicians," -
BUFFALO, N.Y. New Yolk
City Mayor Robert F. Wagner, on
why he would not allow his name
to be considered for the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic senatorial nomination:'

"I searched my soul and I .felt
that the only right thing 1 could

db, morally, was for me to stay
as mayor for the three and ojje ojje-half
half ojje-half years I hare yet to serv;"
STOCKHOLM Printer Ernst
AMbeM, on how me people f
Greensboro, N.C., helped him aft after
er after hit daughter lost her arm when
she was struck by a whirling air airplane
plane airplane propeller:
TThey all did their utmost to
givie us help and support, I don't
know what we would have been
up against if we had not received

ail tnti support.-
tVYBRIDGE, England The
father of British vfatiP o'ficer
Michael Coles,, on hi3 son's efforts
tolget out of the navy to njarry
American teacher Joan Collins of
Cambridge,' MasSf:
'fl'm all in fayor of the mar marriage.
riage. marriage. Of course, my boy has ben
in the navy, since he lei' school.
He's been trained for no other
profession and I don't know what
kepi do when he leaves."
NEW YORK Horrar comic
artist Robert Wood, on urning
fttniself in for the killing of Mrs.
Violette Phillips in their hotel
roOm:
Tl mlled a woman who was gi? gi?-tag
tag gi?-tag mea b4 time.".
Hoover For Pension
But Will Give
His To Charity
& i Atf-)li ?'
NEW YORK (UPI) Former
President Herbert Hoover said to today
day today he wilt give to public service
or charity what the tax collector
doesn't take of his new $25 000 a
year presidential pension. But he
said his action should not set a
precedent for other public stti-
eialt

Hfuivpr i n A i c a t e d he would

make use of the allowance for
offfice rent and a $50,000 a year
of ice staff provided in the pen pension
sion pension bill recently signed by pres president
ident president Eisenhower.
Hoover termed the pension act

Wile Of Automobile
Executive In Court
On Battery Charge

LOS ANGELES (UPI) Attrac

tive Gregg Sherwood, wife of au

tomobile executive Horace

Dodge n, appears m court loaay
for arraignment on charges of

suspicion of battery and drunaen drunaen-ness.
ness. drunaen-ness. The former actress and Chicago

columnist Irv Kupcinet, 46, were

jailed Tuesday af'er an eany
morning encounter with police of officers
ficers officers along La Cienega Boulevard
near Hollywood.
There were two stories.
The one told by Officers Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth F. Bernard and Lawrence B.
Brown- pictured 34-year-ohl Mrs.
Dodge as a pugnacious, fighting,
kicking, spitting objector to going

to jail

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The other told by the former
model was that she was the vic victim
tim victim of a "nightmare" of hair pull pulling,
ing, pulling, arm twisting, and tugging by
police matrons.
According to arresting officers,
the trouble started when Mrs
Dodge leaned from a car driven
by Kupcinet and yelled at offl-

12 Big Travel Firms To Survey
Isthmus' Appeal For Tourists

rench Minister

Says Africa Will
OK Constitution

PARIS. Au. 29 UP(I) Minis

ter of State elix Hophouet-Boifioy
flew into Paris from French West

Africa today with a pledge that
Africans would vote "yes' in the
Sept. 28 referendum on Go.

Charles de Gaulle's new constitu constitution.
tion. constitution.
Houphoiiet Boigny, who atcom

panied the French Premier on
the first half df his tour cf

Frances African possessmn, arm
ed today frem Abidjan where he
stopped off to consult with tocil
political leaders.
At Orly airport he said that
"all sincere Africans deplored
the demonstrations which greeted
De Gaulle when the Premier ar
rived in Dakar Aug. 26.
"I can say without reservation
that all responsible Africans and
the African population as a whole
--wiU volte 'yes' in the referen
qum," Hophouet-Boigny said.

cers:

"You guys had better get off
the street. You're speeding and
you're drunk."
After following and stopping
Kupcinet's car, the police said
Mrs. Dodge called them "two
slimy Napoleonic idiots."
"You both are slobs. I hate
you" the officers quoted Mrs.
Dodse. ?

The scene switched to the city

Jail where the ofifcers said the
tall beauty, using a fashionable
shoe as a weapon, fought it nut
with matrons Maijyn Sperry and
Gail Rice.
Later the for showgirl was

released on $270 bail and ordered

to appear in court. Kupciost was

ireea on (p. tie was orae'ea i o
appear on misdemeanor drunk

driving charges.'

Officers said Kupcinet went to

jail quietly, denied he was drunk.

passed a coordination test but re

futed to take an intoximeter ex

amination.

In the early morning of tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow Braniff Airways' "El Bogota Bogota-no"
no" Bogota-no" flight will bring down to Pa
nama the managers of 12 of the

most influential travel organize

tions in the U.S., for a 3-day field
survey. They are to evaluate the
attractions and facilities in Pana Panama
ma Panama with a view to channeling a

heavy tourist flow to this coun

try in a special promotion of tra travel
vel travel to Panama and Colombia.

Under the auspices of Branift

Airways and Avianca, and as
guests of the firm of Boyd Broth

ers-Panama Tours in Panama

and Allen and Mary Lowerie's a
gencies in Colombia, these execu

tives of the tourist trade will fol

low an intensive program of fam-

lnamauon una evaluation.

The travelers who are all in the

managerial category within or

nizations which are in a position

to influence to a treat extern

the tourist currents leaving of the

U.S.

The list of agents includes Mr.

and Mrs Martin Lazar and Guy

Petlt-Clerc; of Chicago: William

M. Berke and Irwin Robinson, of

New York: Patricia Bell, of Los

Angeles and Robert Wneeler, of

San Francisco: Marjorie Lynch,

of Waterbury, Conn, and Mr. and

Mrs. Dan Ravenel. of Charleston,

S.C.; Frances Roman, of Birmtng

ham, Ala.,- and Louis Garmier, of

Los Angeles.

On deplaning from Braniff't "El

Bogotano" at Tocumen, at C:1C

a.m.; the group will be welcom

ed by representatives of Branift

Avianca, and Boyd Brotner-Pana

ma Tours, who will be hosts at

breakfast in the VIP reception

room.

Visitors will then be escorted

to El Panama Hilton hotel, where

they will be guests of manager

Pierre Jaquillard for the duration

of their stay bere.

At noon, Panama s Minister of

i'generous." He said "former
presidents have deserved and they

have often badly needed such a
pension." He said "my situation
differs from other and probably

fu'ure former presidents."

Hoover, who made a personal
fortune as a mining engineer be before
fore before entering politics, said that he
had practiced his profession "in
years when there was no income
txpr only a small amount.

Methodist Leader Protst
TOKYO (UPI) Dr. Ralph W

Sockman, New York Methodist

leader, protested t o da y a

gainst newspaper reports listing

mm as a delegate to the World

Conference against Atom and Hy

drogen Bombs and tor Disarma Disarmament
ment Disarmament which ended in Tokyo Aug.
20. Dr. Sockman, apstor of the

Christ Methodist Church in New

York and president df the Method
ist Chlrch Board for World Peace

expressed distaste at being linked

with a gathering which he believod
was being used for. "propaganda
purposes" by leftists.

Agriculture, Commerce and adus adus-try,
try, adus-try, Alberto Boyd, will receive
the visitors at the Union Club for
luncheon.

For me afternoon Panama Tours

has planned a sightseeing tour to
all points of interest. This will

terminate at the Bohio of Nation
al Distillers, who will b, the
hosts for a cocktail party. Upon
their return to the hotel Jaquil
lard will offer a buffet-dinner in
honor of the visitors.

Sunday wil be devoted to tuc

Canal Zone. At Miraflores locus
the visitors will be welcomed by

Gov. W. E. Potter. Cars will
transfer the guests to Pedro Mi
guel locks where they will board

the Panama uanai company t
launch for the partial transit of

the Canal through uauiaro ci io
Gamboa, and thence xy car
through the Forest Preserve to

Colon, where Gil Maure, manager

of the Hotel Washington, win
host for a luncheon.

n the evening, back In Pana
ma, dinner will be served at the
Hotel Intexnaclonal, where Jorgo
Zarak, maager, and Jose Gvt

man, Asst. ana manager, wiu uc

hosts.
Monday morning's program will
be flexibie: At noon, Robert
Hatch, Brlniff's manager in Pa
nama, and Jorge Saavedra, Avian
ca's local manager will be hosts
for cocktails and luncheon at the

Panama Golf Club.
The travel executives wil leave
for Bobota on Aviancas flight 747
Monday afternoon."
The visit of these travel agentr
is considered Important for the
future tourist business in Panama
and Colombia, t is expected tn
result in ittractlve combined tourc
to these two countries, emphasiz
ing a tractions for the innumer.n
ble U.S. travelers who seek the
opoortuntty to makt interesting,
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RECEPTION COMPLIMENTS AMBASSADOR
AND WIFE AT UNION CLUB TONIGHT
Brazilian Ambassador Boulitreau Frajoso and Mrs. Fra-
g oso will be feted this evening at a reception from six to
eight at the Union Club.
Members of the Diplomatic Corps accredited to Panama
are hosting the affair as a farewell gesture to the ambas ambassador
sador ambassador and his wife, who are leaving Sunday to assume a new

post in Buenos Aires.
Noted Expert On Birds Here es sponsored by the Knights of
Mr Eueene Eisenmann, well-. Columbus, teenagers will bring

known ornithologist of New York, j their own records, with the hosts

MEETINGS

HE VOICE OF

BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgalkn

is visitine for a month with his

brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Eisenmann of Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. The visitor is publisher of
Auk, of'icial ornithological publication.

lombia The couple made the trip

IAWC Board Meeting
c,U4.,lH For Wednesday

The regular board meeting of by plane, with Mr. Jorgstad pilot
the later-American Women's Clubjing the cra't.
is scheduled tor next Wednesday
nomine at 9:30 at the Tivoii

Each none for inclusion la thu
column afcauM b momitUd la
iei-written (arm UMilaa ee
the box number luted daily ) 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise. or delivered
a, hand te the office. Notices ot
metino cannot be accepted by
r,. phone.
Knights of Columbus Initiation
Aaients oi Lo.uiiiLiaa, council 13

Vacation in Colombia Salboa, will conduct a mst

Mr anri Mrt Rromor TnrirtoI Qetiree llllUaiJUIl iuesuy, Willi ca

of the Fifteenth Naval District men accepting me npnor. adoui

left Thursday to spend the long 50 'ul'-Ije?geuKnjghit itt-JTt
holiday weekend at Medellin Co T-l expected to attend. The ir.itiat.oc

win ue iouweu uy a uuuei.

providing the record player and

refreshments.

Any member of the Knights of

Columbus who were not notitteo
are requested to attend.

Plastic Bond May
Cause Revolution

Gursf House. Bord members and Elki Plan Fish Pry
committee chairmen are urged to1 The annual Labor Day fish fry
attend. i sponsored by B.P.O. Elks 1542
j will commence at 11 a.m. Mon-
Pre-School Celebration Tonight j day at the Elks Home in Brazos
For East Bank Teenager j Heights and continue throughout

The Crisional Council ot tne the lay. bince rne completion m i n P
Knights of Coiumbus is sponsor- the New Rancho, ample provisions 1 1 n DOIIG jUTQerV
ing another dance for teenagers have made to serve a record
this evening from 7 to 11 p.m. crowd, lodge officials said. SYDNEY, Australia (UPI) A
at the Council Hall in Margarita. 'South African doctor has discov-
The event will inaugurate the En ertainmenl will include juke j ered a revolutionary method of
lone holiday weekened preceding box music for dancing and pony j o i n i n e broken bones with a

of the fall school; rides for the children.

the opening

term.
As in previous successful danc-

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DORESE WAITS 3
SCHOOL OF DANCING
TWELFTH YEAR ON THE ISTHMUS
Reopening September 4th
Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Classes for
children of all aires in
BALLET, TOE, TAP, ACROBATIC, MODERN JAZZ
Morning classes for kindergarten and ore-school children.
Registration Saturday August SO 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Knights of Columbus Hall (upstairs) Balboa

plastic bond, it was announced

here yesterday.
Sydney Hospital said Dr. Ber Bernard
nard Bernard Bloch, who has been doing
orthopedic research at the Prince
of Wales division, developed the
method.
He inserts a hollow polythene
plug in the bone cavity and joins
the broken bones about the plug.
The fracture then is covered with
a plastic substance and oxyline

resin which, mixed with a hard,
ener and thickener, sets in 10 to
20 minutes.
Bloch first tried the method on
sheep several years ago and since)
has Irea'ed two human beings

successfully.

BROADWAY GRAPEVINE
Get ready for a Roman battle
between Ava Gardner and Shelly
Winters. Ava hai developed quite

a crush on Tony Franciosa, who
happens to be married to Shelly,
and Miss Winters in Italy to vi visit
sit visit her husband is the type to
hurl furniture if she doesnt ap

prove of the scene. ..Close friends

become the most glamorous fig figure
ure figure at the baccarat tables in the
Biarritz gambling casino; her

Dets are small but she looks won
derful and spends considerable
time on the dance floor when she
spent her limit. Sir Gladwyn JeW
is here, and his bodyguards Keep
an eagle eye on him even when
he goes swimming. Local Govern Governor
or Governor Moatti delivered a Ions and

are worried about the health of flowery speech when he greeted
t i t t i a. . a. ra l i

nooin uougias Home, contrary io oir winsion inircnui, ending tne
the first printed reports, his re-1 verbal bouquet with, 'You cannot
signa tion from his executive job imagine how happy we are to see
was a matter of mutual agree- you in such excellent health.' Sir

meat -not a decision of his own
and those who know him best
feel he's on the verge of a break breakdown.
down. breakdown. Rear Admiral Hyman Rick Rick-over
over Rick-over can have a $75,000 a year job
in private industry if he decides
to resign from the Navy...Ingrid
Bergman's daughter Pia or Jen
ny, depending on where you came
in is being wooed by Italian lawy lawyer
er lawyer Anthony Belagnaci ...Jerry Lee
Lewis, a bomb on Broadway, was
just as much of a flop in Canada.
He played a huge auditorium in
Ottawa but couldn't draw enough

fans to till more than the first

two rows.

Winston, with a wink to the crowd,

replied with a succint, 'Me
too! 1

Panic has set in among the TV

quiz shows. The screening of can

didates will become much more

strict in the future, and at least
one producer has hired a private

detective agency to investigate

the background of prospective con

testants to. eliminate the possibili

ty of another Dotto situation.

Darryl Zanuck arranged to edit

The Roots of Heaven in London
instead of in Paris so he'd be close
to Juliet Greco, who is making a
British film ... Theo Bikel is up
for the lead role in the film bas based
ed based on the life and, times of Sig Sig-mund
mund Sig-mund Freud ... French intellec intellectuals
tuals intellectuals believe Nobel prize-winning
author Albert Camus will rejoin
the Catholic Church in the near
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few s hours in New York en route
from Hollywood to her chalet in
Lucerne, Switzerland. Chums doubt
the reports that she's expecting a
baby, as she's due to start wore
on a song-and-dance Western with

George Cukor in December ...Tins
week's Time magazine blast at
Frank Sinatra is a big show bizz
puzzle, Sinatra is a gave him the
adoring treatment when he was
the Cover Boy, and he was just as
naughty then.

Movie talent scouts might iris
in on Bill Walsh, a former paint
salesman now toiling with the Co Co-novee
novee Co-novee Agency. He's tall, blond ar.d
gorgeous ...John Lardner is first
Fn line to succeed the late Wolcott
Gibbs as drama critic for the
New Yorker... Don't say it wasn't
predictable. Jolie Gabor's autobio autobiography
graphy autobiography will be titled "Life Is a
Love Affair."

Since the recent item here a
bout Andrew Prine's splendid per
formance in "Look Homeward An
gel," he's received 53 offers ev

erything from screen tests to rec recording
ording recording bids ... Stars of yesteryear

were featured attractions at the

Colony the other day; Irene Caule

garnered the stares at lunch aid

CoL and Mrs. Charles E. Lind

bergh magnetized the polite glanc glances
es glances at dinnertime ... MGM Records
wants Greer G arson to warble a
Christmas album.

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Opening lead V 4

Jule Styne has signed Busier
Davis, who did the vocal and mu musical
sical musical arrangements for "Bells Are

Ringing," to perform a fimilar

chore for the spectaculars Jule's

packaging firm will produce 4trr

TV with Judy Holliday and Tab

Hunter as stars. Jule will to trans trans-mit
mit trans-mit the Broadway flavor to. the
video screens ... La Barraca, the
Cuban restaurant Is such a. hit it
will double its capacity within the
next few weeks and spring a
completely new decor.

Edith Piaf, whose nervous break
down was widely attributed to
her ill-starred love for Felix Mar Marten,
ten, Marten, apparently still is affected by
his presence in a room.-Whetr the
management of the Belle Epoque
in Paris asked her to perform, she
refused because Marten was on

the scene, but when he got the
message and retired to the ter terrace
race terrace she sang three numbers.1

There's a rumor around Tin Tan

Alley that Song of Norway" at
Jones Beach 14 times during the

past three weeks. You figure it out
... Mary Di Vlthas, Chico Marx'g

bride-to-be, will be rememhera
bv' veterans in the film colony as

Jean Harlow's replacement in in

completed scenes for the olatmum

blond's last film, "Saratoga.'

Air mail letter from France:
"Beautiful Princess Soraya has

HOW LIGW IS A FEATHER,

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (U?D (U?D-In
In (U?D-In case you've always wondered,
8,500,000 turkey feathers in inch
and a hal' to two inches long will
weigh about 850 pounds.
For this information, thank Ha'.l Ha'.l-mark
mark Ha'.l-mark Cards, which had occasiin
to inquire into the subject when
it placed an order to buy that
many feathers from a firm in
Hong Kong. The feathers will be
used to decorate greeting cards.

Large Choice
in
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FABRICS
Dealers in KIRSCH
Cut-to-measure TRAVERSE RODS
and TRACKS
DECORACIONES
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In today's hand Marshall Miles
covers on interesting duplicate si situation.
tuation. situation. You arc South and have made

a sound non-vulnerable overcalL
You now find yourself in tour
spades doubled. You are sure
from the bidding that the ace ui
diamonds is heiu by East so you
count two diamond and three club
losers. If you also lose a trump
trick you will be down 500 for a
very bad duplicate score.
You also note that East and
West will plaV some heart con contract
tract contract at most other tables and will
be unable to make four hearts if
each one holds two spades. Hence,
the only chance to get a decent
duplicate score is to go down only
two tricks against an uneven

break m trumps.
If any one is going to hold three
trumps it will be East. Then what
is the best percentage play to
keep from losing a trump trick''
The play is to get to dummy
by ruffing a- heart and to lead

the spade jack. If this loses to a
singleton aueen you look like an
idiot. If West's singleton is any
one of the other thrte spades you

lose no spade trick. You may have

to go back to dummy again but

there is another heart to ruff and

you have plenty of time.
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Of New Underwater Weapon

WASHINGTON (UPI' The
Navy today announced develop development
ment development of an "underwater guided
missile" to be fired from subma submarines
rines submarines and steered by an attached
thread-like wire.

It was the third major develop

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mohds dia-mohds your partner has bid six
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LATE SHOW
STANLEY, N.D. (UPI) Mrs.

Mike Hivda was on the verge of
calling police to help locate her

missing eight year old son one

night when she decided to look

one more place. -At her request,
the manager of the local movio
house unlocked the door and

found the boy sound asleep in his

seat in the darkened theater.

meht announced by the Defense
Department in 24 hnur designed
to increase the nation's military
posture.
The new underwater weapon,
the Navy said, can strike its tar target
get target despite enemy evasive maneu maneuvers.
vers. maneuvers. As the torpedo noses through
the water, the wire is played out
from the launching vessel ana
"wire guidance enables the torpe torpedo
do torpedo to follow the target until the
kill is made."

The Navy declined to disclose
range of its new weapon, desig designated
nated designated the Mark 39.
A Defense Department state

ment Wednesday night revealed

the Army has tested a rocket mo-

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Most women talk too much

They'll let down their hair to a

friend or an acquaintance who
seems sympathetic. Then days of

weeks or months later, they wonder

how some story ever got started.

The story started, all too often,
with something they told the synu

pathetic friend or acquaintance

and grew with each telling.

For instance, Mrs. A. tells Mn.

B. that Jim has so many business

worries he is as cross as a bar

and about as pleasant as one to
hive around the house.
Monthas later Mrs. A. is in

censed when a catty acquaintance

remarks in tones dripping with
fake sympathy that she ,was so

shocked when she heard that Jim

mieht be forced to sell his bust

ness and she certainly hopes it

was just one of those rumors.

Or Mrs. a. comments to Mrs

C. that 16 year .old betty see.iu

to have less judgment thsn sho

had two years ago. Before ions
people are going around saying

that Mrs. A. is having a nara time

with Betty and that is probably thp

reason why Betty is Dein" sent

away to school.

Or Mrs. A., momtfltaruy an

noyed with Mrs. D lets off steam
by saying exactly what she thinks
about her. And after the annoy

ance has bWn over she wonders

Why in the world Mrs. D.' has su.l-'
denly become so cool toward her.

Women wouldn't get themselves

into these situations if, when thev

they would ask themselves twe

are tomnted to let down their hair,

qupi''i!.

"Will I teel differently about this

next week, and wish I'd kept the

matter to myself?

Tf w1' "twt to coni'de

is repeated, is it the kind of st0'v

that is likely to grow bigger and
bigger in the process of being pub pub-se''
se'' pub-se'' along'"

It's amazing how often when ii

"'0"ian is the vlrtim o" gossip.

it is Rossi" she started herself

just by talking too much.

tor with such huge power It could
hurl "an sir defense missile to a
very high altitude almost instantly."

While the official announcement
did not say so. the rocket booster
was known to have been tested in
connection with the Army Nike Nike-Zeus
Zeus Nike-Zeus program for developing a de defense
fense defense against intercontinental bal bal-listic
listic bal-listic missiles.
The De'ense Department state statement
ment statement said the Army "successfully
test fired" the rocket- motor at
Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Ala
Wednesday night. It -was tested
while bolted down to a test stand.
Power nf th rnntnl nr m

t ynmm, tto given
officially as "several 4n n d r e d
thousand pounds" of trlrust. It was
understood officially to have pro.

uuceu more man ttu.ouo pounds of
thrust.
The Navy, meanwhile, took the
wraps efrafr<tHdiary. nevfr
propeller de'sigil which officials
said could lead to development of
ships with "unlimited" speed.
Capt. E. A. Wright, commander
of the David Taylor Model Basin
here, where the propeller was de developed,
veloped, developed, said the Navy would, "no
longer be speed-limited as far as
propulsive capacities are con concerned."
cerned." concerned." The officials spoke freely
of future ships, with radical new
hulls, that could travel at speeds
of 100 to 150 knots (115-170 miles
per hour) as a result of the new
propeller development.

President Allots
Millions For Urban
Renewal Programs
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presl Presl-debt
debt Presl-debt Eisenhower has turned loose
100 million dollars to maintain
slum clearance and urban renew renewal
al renewal program in the wake of con congressional
gressional congressional failure to act on hit
housing program. j
The President said in a state statement
ment statement Wednesday that the money
would be allocated to. various
cities by the Housing and Home
Finance -Agency, which has re received
ceived received application for about 400
million dollars. v
Congress failed to approve an ad ad-minis'ration
minis'ration ad-minis'ration housing measure pro

viding a six year program of

federal aid for urban renewal to totaling
taling totaling $1,300,000,000.
The president said the Federal
National Mortgage Assn. would is issue
sue issue a now schedule of prices for
purchase of mortgages "designed
to assure the use of private fi financing
nancing financing where it is available with without
out without reducing the construction of
new housing."
A spokesman said the agency
would publish today a detailed
schedule of price changes. Reli Reliable
able Reliable sources said it would act e
cut below par its purchase prices
for mortgages under some of Its
special assistance programs.

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 39, 15I

HI PANAMA AMERICAN AM INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN
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Social
Vacation Time Chit-Chat
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ALFREDO H. BERGUIDO, D.D.J.
By Fairlee Skinner

OH

School it an ever-nearing night
mare for some kids, and a wei wei-dome
dome wei-dome experience and pastime for
others. But no matter whether you
like it or not. school is school
and it is only a very short fcmt
away from becoming a reality s s-gain.
gain. s-gain. So. best of luck lor tin
coming wishes you wilt make dur
ing this year.
I would like to leave a small
bit of advice tp incoming iresli
men at Balboa high school. Go out
for everything. Go out for intra mur
al sport 'and some of the clubs
that offer something perhaps you
have an interest in, and if you
do that, you will find that your
high school years will be loaded
with fun and experience.
This past Sat. evening a, love
ly linen shower was given for Ma Marlon
rlon Marlon Smith by her aunt, Mrs. Koe
nig, of Santa Clause Line. Tno
guests assembled about 7 o'clock
or so. Although there were man?
people there, I shall only name the
students (when school Marts) pit
gent. Marion received many lovely
gifts and the table was decorated
with a bride and groom for a cen center
ter center piec nd with two cakes, one
In the -shape of a horseshoe, and
the other in the shape of a four four-leaf
leaf four-leaf clover, placed on each end
of the table.
Present were: Linda Pearl, Flor
ence Bauchman, Janet Smith, Gale
Morrif, Jean Albritton, Lynn 3ot 3ot-zenmaye,
zenmaye, 3ot-zenmaye, Zoraida Lugo, Lydia Ju Ju-go,
go, Ju-go, Tina Koenig. Virginia Quiros,
Eileen Morris, Nury Bauchman,
Lucy Papazian, Mary Smith and
myself.
I'm sure that by now you have
Tl heard at least a little vaguely
about the comparsa that the coll
kids here and those home from
the states for the summer compos composed
ed composed for the carnavalito at the Union

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Here's a way to make
every day more fun
Nettle's EverReady
Sweet Milk Cocoa I It's a
treat for the whole family.
50s chocolaty and deli delicious.
cious. delicious. So nourishing, too!
Ever Ready contains rich
whole milk and sugar. All
you add is hot water to
make the very best cocoa
. Nestlc's EverReady
Cocoa!

Club and the one also held at Et

Manama Hnion. Anyway. the
theme was based on the story a
bout the "little old woman who
lived in a shoe, she had so many
children she didn't know what to
do!"
This of course meant that tut

float had to be shoe, and it

was. It was very cleverly douc
if may say so, and the entire
thing was really cute. The shoe
was brown with gold shoe laces
and it was a boot. At the top there
was a roof and under the roof were
two windows. Now you all know
that no windows are complete tin
lest they have curtains, and so
these windows also had curtains.
Green curtains!
Inside was "the little old wo
man and can you guess who that
was?? Yen!! Reggie Gooden.
The rest of the kids were dres dressed
sed dressed as little kids about 10 years
old. The comparsa entered to "Ms "Ms-ma
ma "Ms-ma Yo Quiero". The tamboritn
and the jitterbug were danced.'
Saturday night, Aug, 16 the Jets
combo played at the Union' Qwb
and Saturday night, Aug, 23, Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Martin played at El Panama
so they furnished the music for
the eomparsas.
A before-hand party was held
for the comparsa the night of thr

16th by Barbara and Jean Ford,

and Eddie Henrique held the r
fore-hand party on the 23rd in his
room at El Panama Hilton.
1 told yoh who the "little ol
woman" was so I guess you might
like to know who played the parts
of all the little children that lived
in the shoe, so here they ar.
Suzy McGee, Chip! Axcarrac
Joey Potter, Eddie Henriquez El

len Roean. Pete Barge, Janet

Stockham, Bob Strumpf, Forrest
Wise. .Tim Watson, Marge Ely. and
Dick Grassau.
.Also, Jti.ita Seoulveda, Jim Des Des-Londes,
Londes, Des-Londes, Louise Tate, Raymond Se Seoulveda,
oulveda, Seoulveda, Jean Ford, Dick Gooden.
Barb Ford, Fred Sill, Linda Drum,
Dick Wright, Nellie Holgerson,
Chris Hearon. Lvnn Jones, Dave
Yerkes, Suizie Potter- and John
McGee.
Also, Paula Sullivan, Reggie
Gooden, Peg Donovan, Don Randel,
Maria Hackett. Michael Nahmad.
Robin Gomez. Beau Preston, San Sandy
dy Sandy Hinkle, Ethel Hill, Don Smith,
Larry Cox, Margaret Leigh. Louio
Tabor, Bob Wills, and Guiiner
Schull.
Dave Reece leaves by plane
Sept. 6 to attend Rose Polvtech
in Indiana. Daye will be a fresh
man there this year and is nurtur

ing in electrical engineering. This
summer he worked for the Pa
Canal as a student assistant in
the Maintenance Division. Ineden Ineden-tally,
tally, Ineden-tally, it ay of you have ay ra radios
dios radios or portables that you wou'd
like to have fixed, take them to
Dave because he fixes radios at? "a
hobby.

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ROGER V. LOUTZ (above) has
been named president of Cut Cutter
ter Cutter Laboratories Overseas Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, It was announced by
Richard H. Steuben, head of
Cutter's foreign operations. He
arrives here to assume his du duties
ties duties Sept. 9. Loutz has been
Cutter Export sales manager
for the past five years. Cutter
Laboratories Overseas Corpor Corporation,
ation, Corporation, with headquarters and
warehouses In Panama City,
and warehouse facilities in the
Colon Free Zone, handles the
sales and distribution of Cutter
products throughout the world,
except In Canada.

Coco Solo Teenaiera Sen's Birth AnmuiMM
Atlantic Side Teenagers have Mr. and Mrs. William Hanmgan,
nUnneH a meeting for Tuesday Jr.. of Gamboa announced the

evening at 7 p.m. at the Teenage
Club in Coco Solo. All interested
teenagers are urged to attend.

nxencan

m

in a

Rainbow City Grad

Gets Scholarship Al
Taylor University
it
Miss Jacinta E. Griffith, daugfc
ter of Canal Zone school teacher.
Mrs. Eloiae Small, has been grant
ed a full four-year shotarship at
Taylor University and will be leav
lng for Upland, Ind. on Thursday
Miss Griffith has been an out
standing graduate of the Rainbow
City High School. Her name hi'
appeared on the Honor Plaque o
the school for two conseeuti i

vars. She is a member of the

Ebenezer Methodist Church (Rain
bow Citv) and Trinity Methodis

Sunday School (Colon), filling such
positions as chorister and Sundu'

School teacher, and secretary of
the youth organization, the Plus

Ultra Club.
Last week, her mother was ho
nored with a scroll from the Rain

bow City Civic Council for her vo
lunteer work with Canal Zone pri prisoners
soners prisoners and as a community anu

church figure.

BY GAYNOR MADDOX
Nf A Food and Markets Iditor

For casual but hospitable en-

tertaimnff over the weekend, prize

winning sandwiches are the ideal

' main dish.
A former Kansas farm boy,
Lloyd W. Rock, now of Loul.ille,
Kentucky, has been proclaimed
"Sandwich King of 1958" for his
Pan Fried Fflet of Beef Sandwich.
He won first prize in a nation nationwide
wide nationwide contest conducted by the
National Restaurant Association
and Tho Wheat Flour Institute.
Here is his recipe:

Mary Sjtih leaves by plane Spet.
13 for Vanderbilt University In
Tennessee. Mary will bp a fresh freshman
man freshman there this year also-, and
nlans. as of now. to take up nurs nursing.
ing. nursing. She worked for the Pan Canal
Co. this summer as a student as as-sitant
sitant as-sitant with the health division.

Billie Sue Spencer Is goin to J.
C. down here this ver nd olans
to major in commercial. She Is
planning on being an airlie ste stewardess,
wardess, stewardess, Billie Sue also had a
summer job ad worked for the
Personnel Bureau as a fie assist assistant.
ant. assistant. During her spare time she
did a little swimming, water ski skiing,
ing, skiing, etc.
Dave Tate leaves by plane Sept
4 o attend Georgia Tech. There
she will major in meihaniisl
engineering. During the summer

Dave worked as a student assist assistant
ant assistant at the oil handling plant here.

Pan Fritd Filet of Beef Senwich
(Makes 4 sandwiches)
Eight slices enriched sandwich
bread, toasted, butter or marga margarine,
rine, margarine, 1-4, cup butter or margarine,
1 clove garlic (minced), 4 4-ounce
servings beef tenderloin, salt, pep
Der. 3-4 cud sherry, 1-2 cup but

ter or margarine, 1-2 pound fresh

mushrooms (sliced), 1-3 cup
sherry, 3-4 cup water.

Soread toast with butter or mar

garine. For each sandwich, cut 2
nieces toast into diagonal stri;s

and place on platter. Men uie n

cud butter or margarine m su-

let. Add garlic and cook for 2 or

3 minutes. Add tenderloin, season
with salt and pepper, and brown
well on both sides (ahout 10 min

utes). Reduce heat and add 3-4
cup sherry. Cover and cook about
10 minutes, basting occasionally.
Remove tenderWn and reserve
nun dripnings. In saucepan, mel

1-2 cup butter or margarine. Aria

mushrooms and cook until lieht'v
browned. Then add the mush

rooms. sheTy and water to drip
pinss in sk'llet. Cook about 5 min minutes
utes minutes to allow flavors to blend
Arrange tenderloin on toast and
spoon hot sauce over sandwich.

Mrs. Lena McZeno

Dies; Funeral
Tomorrow At 4 PM
Mrs. Lena Lowe McZone, a .In

maican resident of Panama City

known as Nenen," died Wedne

day at Santo Tomas Hospital. She

was 57 years old.

Funeral services will be conduct

ed tomorrow at 4 p.m. in the He

liotrope Temple of the Ethiopian

Mystic Masons in Guachapali. B"

rial will follow in fhe Herrera Ce

metery.

A resident of the Isthmus since

1911, she was also member of thi
United Burial Scheme of Panama,

which handled the funeral ar

rangements.

She is survived by her daughter.
Mrs. Henrietta Warner, and fiv

grandchildren.

birth of their first child, a son,
born Aus. 25 at Gorgas Hospital.

The baby has been named Mich

ael David.

Mutual Aid Club

Ready For Day

Of Prayer Sunday

A snecial dav of prayer is the

chief item on the program of the

Paraiso Mutual Aid Uub tor sun
day, in the city of Colon.
At the Cathedral in Colon wor
shippers will be welcomed -t 5:30

a.m.

The main Durpose of the service

is to pray or the universal peace
and continental solidarity and tor
the economic recovery of the citv
of Colon, a spokesman said.
Persons on the Pacific side of
the Isthmus wishing to participate
in the aervices and to avail them
selves of the opportunity to visit
friends and relatives in Colon wil.
find accomodations on a Panama
Railroad train by purchasing one
of the Paraiso Mutual Aid Club
tickets, which are now on sale at
75 cents each around trip. The
train leaves from Panama at 2
p.m. and leaves Colon at 11 p.m.
Abel Bravo Student
Completes Nursing
Course In New York
Miss Pearline Reid, a graduate
of the Abel Bravo high school.
Colon, successfully completed a
course in nursing, recently, at Lin

coln' School for Nurses in t,v

York, graduating as "Best All A
round Nurse".
She studied psychiatry at Bel
levue Hospital and was editor-in-chief
of the Year Book at her al
ma mater.
She is now employed by thr
New York State University Hospi Hospi-tol
tol Hospi-tol where sho will study towards
a degree. Miss Reid, intends to
return to Panama for a vacation
early next year.

No one wants to be given a
limp handshake. But some men
overdo the firm handclasp until

it is bone crushing.
Especially when he is shaking
hands with a woman, a man
school senior this fall, got a sum.
powerful a grip.

Yale

K51W

Electric Truck
for fast handling operations

Chuck Douglas is leaving Sept.
3 on that good ole "college hjoat".
He will enter Alabama Polytech

institute in Auburn, Ala. Chuck

will take un and major in aero
nautical engineering.

SPECIAL NOTICE
BALLROOM DANCING
Included in all children's classes at no
: additional charge.
Registration Saturday August 3010:00 to 5:00
DORESE WAITES SCHOOL OF DANCING
Knights of Columbus Hall Balboa
Residence Phone 2-2363

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No heat rash or

chafe for me.
Before dressing,
I use Mexana
Powder. It keeps
me comfortable

all over... even on

hrtftact Have i

Avis de L'Ambassade de France
a la Colonie Francaise
Le dernier delal d'inscription sur la liste electorate
des Franeais en rue de prendre part au referendum con con-cernant
cernant con-cernant la future Constitution de la Prance, est fixe au
6 Septembre prochaln, date de cloture definitive.
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France a Colon.
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announces the return to his clinic at

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Braves Whitewash Giants
Ta Make Magic Number 21
By TIM MORIARTY
NEW YORK, Aug. 29 (UPI) With the San
Francisco Giants packed away in cold storage the
Braves flew hack to Milwaukee today fully con confident
fident confident of shutting the same freezer door on the PiU
tsburgh Pirates this weekend.

THe "Icemen" from Milwaukee
Just About eliminated the Giants
from the pennant race during
their latest hop to the west coast
winning four out of five games,
Including a 3-0 victory in yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's only major league game.
Now It's the Pirates' turn to
"fish or cut bait." They open a
three-game set at Milwaukee to to-ht,
ht, to-ht, trailing the defending
Rational League champions by
13 games. So they must shoot
for a sweep because, like the Gi Giants,
ants, Giants, time is running out on Dan Danny
ny Danny Murtaugh's upstarts.
That shutout victory over the
Giants yesterday lowered the
Prates' "maglo number" to 21.
Even if Milwaukee wins only 14
of Its remaining 27 games, the
Tirates must win 23 of their fi fins!
ns! fins! engagements to walk off
with the nag.
The Giants' chances are even
glimmer. They now are nine
games off the pace with 29 to
p'ay. So if the Braves play about
.500 ball the rest of the way, Pan
Francisco must nroduce a 25-4
record through the stretch. Not
even the "miracle" Giants of 1951
approached that pace in Septem September.
ber. September. Thus, If the Braves manhandle
the Pirates this weekend the way
they bumped off the Giants on
the coast, they can start chilling
that pennant -clinching cham

pagne.

LEADING
HITTERS
( Bed on RS official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

i w

Musial St.L.

Ashburn, Phi.
Aaron, Mil.

Mays, S.

and Bob Rush got the job dne,sCI'c"
yesterday for Milwaukee. Cran- Ce s y
dall figured In two runs, Scho- Da hi"
endienst collected four of the walls', Cm'
Braves' six hits off Johnny An- Temple, cin.

tonelli ana Kusn scauerea "ta
in posting his second shutout of ,--
the season. AMERICAN LEAGUE
rnUa P.inntc lrwVLrPH flltilA iTl lift-

feat, stranding 11 after getting: Kuenn Det

men aboard in every inning

G At R H Pet.
118 417 61 143 .343
121 487 79 163 .339
126 500 91 167 .331
124 489 90 160 .327
119 435 78 137 .318
128 509 103 160 .314
122 492 70 152 .309
107 429 47 131 .305
125 481 77 146 .304
122 469 68 140 .299

Runnels, Bos

They presented Milwaukee with p"v'n'rleV
its first run in the fifth inning Qdma chi
when Crandall walked, stole sec- WiUjams Bos
ond and then raced all the wayiFox Cni
home on errors by catcher BoblTengen Bos

Schmidt and center neiaer wn-

lie Mays.
Schoendienst doubled home
the Braves' second run in the
Mxth, and Antonelli walked
Crandall with the bases loaded
in the eighth to force across
Milwaukee's final marker.

Warren SDahn will shoot for

his 18th victory tonight at Mil

waukee opposing the Pirates' Bob

Friend. In other National League

nicht frames. Philadelphia is at

Cincinnati, Chicago at. St. Louis,
and Los Angeles at San Francis Francisco.
co. Francisco. The New York Yankees, striv striving
ing striving to clinch their pennant a-

head of the Braves, swing back
into action against the Senators

at Washington. Detroit is at Chi

oigo, Cleveland at Kansas City,

and Baltimore at Boston in oth-

Del crandall, Red Schoendienst er American League, night games.

Action Hit High in Excitement-Packed Picture...
"OREGON PASSAGE"
Release TOMORROW at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre.

One of the most exciting motion pictures, to come out
of Hollywood in many a month is "Oregon Passage," sched scheduled
uled scheduled to open tomorrow, Sunday and Monday at the '"DRIVE '"DRIVE-IN"
IN" '"DRIVE-IN" Theatre.
The Lindsley Parsons production for Allied Artists re release
lease release was filmed in CinemaScope and color by DeLuxe with
John Ericson, Lola Albright, Toni Gerry and Edward Piatt
in the star roles.
The story, brilliantly etched in CinemaScope and color
by DeLuxe, also details Indian raids on the fort and the
pent-up emotions of the fort's commandant and his youth youthful
ful youthful and beautiful wife, who tries to rekindle her one-time
romance with the handsome young lieutenant.

Sievers, Wash.
Malzone, Bos.
Siebern, N..Y.

114 458 61 150 .328
117 449 83 147 .327

113 417 77 136 .326

119 483 80 153 .317
91 341 37 108 .37
IS 355 71 12 .3j.5
127 515 74 161 .313

124 446 75 139 .312

119 440 73 137 .311

125 508 63 157 .309

107 363 64 112 .309

HOME RUNS

NATIONAL

Banks, Cubs
Thomas Pirates
Aaron Braves
Mathews, Bravs
Robinston, Redlegs

LEAGUE

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle Yankees
Sievers, Senator!
Jensen. Red Sox
Colavito, Indians
Cerv, Athletics

RUNS BATTED In
NATIONAL EAGUE
Banks. Cubs
Thomas. Pirates
Aaron, Braves
Foyer, Cardinals
H. Anderson. Phils

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Jensen. Red Sox
Sievers. Senators
Colavito Indians
Cerv. Athletics
Mantle. Yankees

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5760 MATERIEL MIXMASTERS

Teams Won Last
Sfiarks .' 58 22

Boyd Brothers 54
Remington Rand .. ..43
Master Misses 43
Snarks 39
Overdue 31
Blinds 30
Gutter Rats 22

26
37
37
41
49
50
58

LEADING
PITCHERS

(Based on 12 decisions)

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Willey, Braves
Spahn, Braves .r
Worthington, Giants
Purkey, Redlegs
Burdette Braves

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8
17
11
14
15

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Turlev, Yankees 19 6
Oelock, Red Sox 12 4
Hyde. Senators 9 3
McLish,, Indians 14 6
Moore, White Sox 9 4

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Sparks 4,Remir,gto nRand
V Rir displaced bowlers of Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook are still finding haven at
the Clayton Lanes, where they
are entering the last lap of their
current season, sparks, strength

ened their hold on first place by

whipping the third place Rem

lngton Rand Office machines,
for all four noints. The fact that

the snarks were handing out

pins to the Remington Rands did

not deter them one lota.

Benny Hays was the Spark
that set the Sparks afire, with a

scorching 553 scratch and 604
handicap set. Vine Santell was
next in line with a 538, and the

two members of the fair sex di

vision of the Sparks came
through with 513 for Marie Case,

and 501, for Laurel Hays. For the

defeated RR's, Dodle and Bob

Jacques tried to overcome the

Sparks onslaught with 530 for

Dodle and 502 for her hubby

dear.
Boyd Brothers 1, Snarks 3

The Snarks became a bunch of

stinkers as far as the Boyd
Brothers Smith-Smith Corona
team was concerned. The Boyd
Brothers and sisters were only
one point out of first place when
the evening started but the
Snarks thumped them for a 3 to
1 verdict and pushed them four

) points behind. In fact this could
' prove to be the straw that broke
the backs of the Smith Coronas.

Jim and Jan Williams of the
Snarks were the main thorns as
far as the Boyd Brothers were
concerned. Jim tallied a 501
scratch pin fall and 531 handi handicap
cap handicap and his partner had. a nifty
511.
Another family on the oppos opposite
ite opposite side of the score sheet, also
had a good night. Bert Moskowitz
toppled 524 maple -sticks down
the lanes, and Princess Grace,
finished up with 507. The last

I game was especially bitter pill

for the Boyd Brothers to swal swallow,
low, swallow, because they spotted the
Snarks 37 pins hut lost by eleven.
Master Misses 4, Gutter Rats 0
The Master Misses could not
miss in being awarded a clean
sweep of four points. They had a
sure and cannot-tniss method of
winning, and that is to be sure

the opposition does not show up

The Gutter Rats were scheduled

to take on the Master Misses but
it looks like the Rodents were

exterminated before they reach
ed the alleys. Rolling for aver

ages, Al Ketree posted 562, BilHe

his woman 522. and another

charming lady Gene Cardin 513
Over dues 2, Blinds X

In the closest and most hard

fought tussle of the evening, re

suited in an even split for the

Overdues and the Blinds. The

Overdues took the opener by 24
pins, and the second game by 2
pins, but lost the last one by 43
and the Blinds gained the Total
Pin marker.
Of course, If the games were
decided on scratch basis, the
Blinds would have won all four,
hut a 45 pin handicap proved too
tough to overcome. For the
Overdues, Hal Eckstein and Roy
Nichols stood out with 501 and
525; and for the Blinds Lefty
Southpaw Phil Ouybr was all by
himself with 528.

Special Notice: If any bowler
or bowlerette wants to join a
league, he, she or they should
contact Lou Glud. There are
openings In the women's league,
the mixed league and the men's
league.

NEW YORK, Aug. 29 (UPI)

Paul Pettlt, who failed aa a siou, siou,-000
000 siou,-000 bOnus pitcher for the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates, proved he can
earn his keep as a first baseman
last night when he blasted a
three-run homer to give Colum

bus a 6-2 victory over Richmond.
COlumbus, seeking to cement a
first division berth In the Inter International
national International League, spotted Rich Richmond
mond Richmond two runsn the fourth in

ning, but zoomed back as Pettit

clouted his luth homer in a five-

run fifth. The crusher enabled
Benny Daniels to pick up his

13th win.

The league-leading Montreal
Royals scored three runs in the
eighth Inning to break a tie and

defeat Buffalo. 10-5. Dick Gray,

Harry Schwegman and Jim Ko

randa sparked Montreal's 12 -hit

attack with homers. Luke Easter

clouted his 35th for Buffalo. John

jancse, in relief of Rene Valdes,

was credited with his first victo
ry of the year.

Toronto and Rochester split a

twi-night doubleheader. the Ma

pie Leafs winning the first, 5-1,

in extra innings and the Red

Wings takine the' second. 6-1.

The Leafs scored four times in

the ninth inning of the opener
as Jack Crlmian won his 14th
game. Bob Gibson scored his
fifth triumph in the nightcap

wnn tne aid of a f outrun rally

in tne fourth.

Havana and Miami were not
scheduled.
The standings and linesscores:

SPQPTS
Editor: CONRAOO S A ROE A NT

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Alexander Knox
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DIABLO HTS. 7:00
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Van Johnson Martine Carol

'ACTION OF THE TIGER

MARGARITA 6:15 7:55
Ethel Barrymore
Cecil Kellaway
"JOHNNY TROUBLE"
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PARAISO 7:00
Ruth Roman
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44
41
40
40
SI
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Today's Gamof
Detroit at Chicago N()
Cleveland at Kansas City (N)
New York at Washington (Nj
Baltimore at Boston (N)

YosiirayV Results
No games scheduled.

NATIONAL LEA6U1

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75 52 .511
47 5t .532 7V4
45 40 .520
40 44 .484 ISM
40 45 .410 14
40 47 .472 15
57 45 .447 15V4
51 70 .453 17Vi

Teams

Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
tan Francico
Lot Angeles

St. Louis

Cincinnati

Philadelphia
Chicago

Today's Gamee
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N)
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (f
Chicago at St Louis (N)
Los Angeles at San Franclie
(N)
Yotawlajrs Rosutte
Milwaukee 000 011 010 3 0 1
S. Feo. ooo 000 000 0 10 X
R!Sh,(l'5) an1 Crandall; Auto Auto-neJli
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Only fame scheduled.
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Booming

Bowling Alleys To Be

Rolling Again Come Next Week

By OSCAR

RALIY

DeBov Ready
Slows Down
Training Pace

Visiting U.S. bantamweight

Charley DeBow has slowed down

his training pace in preparation

for Sunday night's 10-round tea

ture bout with Panama HSr HSr-pound
pound HSr-pound champion Edwin Sykes in

Colon.
The New York Negro yester yesterday
day yesterday sparred three rounds with
Colon featherweight David
Wright at the National Gym in
Panama, but the Statesider ev evidently
idently evidently did not extend himself
during the session.
He explained afterwards that
he did most of his heavy train training
ing training for the coming match in New
York and he wanted to avoid

over-exertion in Panama's ex

cessive heat.

DeBow, who hails from the Ja Jamaica
maica Jamaica Bay area of Brooklyn, said
that the climate Is "real cool"

there at present and revealed

that he lost weight "too fast"

soon after his arrival here last

Friday.
"My handlers advised me to
slow down and that's what I'm
doing," he said. "I feel fine
right now, although I'm not yet
accustomed to the heat. I have
all the confidence that I'll take

this kid (Sykes) Sunday
night," he added.

Tickets for the excursion train
which will take Panama City

fans to Colon Sunday afternoon

at 2 o'clock will be on sale at the

Panama Railroad station from 10

a.m. that day.
The train, which is being soon

sored by the Paralso Mutual Aid
Society, will depart from Colon

at 11 p.m. on the return trip.

The round trip ducats are go

ing for 75 cents.

Teams
Montreal
Toronto
Rochester
Columbus
Miami .
Richmond
Havaan ..
Buffalo .

W
85
80
74
69
68
66
62
61

L
55
62
66
73
75
75
79
80

Pet. GB
.607
.563 6
.529 11
.486 17
.476 182
.468 19 2
.440 23 V,
.433 24'2

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Game)
Toronto 100000 004 5 10 1
Rochester 000 601 0001 6 1
Crimian and, Hannah; Brown Browning,
ing, Browning, Right (9) and Katt. LP:
Browning.

1 (Second Game)
Toronto 000 001 0001
Rochester 000 400 20x 6

Blake and Thompson Gibson

and Katt.

Richmond

Columbus

000 200 0002
000 051 OOx 6

Wiesler, Brownin (7) and 01-

dis; uanieis and Hand. LP: Wies

ler. HR: Pettit.

Montreal 10, Buffalo 5

Whatever
Happened to .
KEN KELTNER

Ken Keltner, pre-war third

baseman for the Cleveland In Indians,
dians, Indians, was one of those World
War II veterans who had a rough
time regaining, "ills old form.
When he did, it was just in time
to help the Indians win the 1948
pennant. Keltner became a reg regular
ular regular in 1938 and had his best
year .325 in 1939. He had plenty
of long ball punch and was a
seven-year fixture at third base

when he entered the Navy. After

his discharge, Keltner floundered

in 1946 and hit in bad luck most
of '47. But in Cleveland's pennant

year, 1948, he won the third base

job from rookie Al Rosen and
proceeded to hit .297 with a flock

of homers. By 1950, Kenny was
through.
Whatever happened to Ken

Keltner? Now 41, he is back in
his native Milwaukee where he
operates a bicycle shop and owns

a TurKisn bath.

NEW YOSK (UPI) More
than 22 million Americana next
week will go back to bowling in
pin palaces straight out of Ara Arabian
bian Arabian Nights, Ted Bensinger of
Brunswick Balke Collender re

ported today, as the nation's

greatest participant sport booms

to the billion-dollar mark.

The sport has come a couple

or country miles irom the cellar

establishments of a few decades

ago. Among the 9,000 sites the

largest is a 66-lane spot at Hicks-

ville, Long Island, complete with

cocktail lounge and baby sitters.

One place in Kansas City has

a man who does nothing else, at
$5,600 a year, but care for the
birds whose cages decorate the

establishment. l

Bensinger, president of the

bow ing equipment firm, lists

these reasons as to why bowline

has boomed so tremendously with

35 million people expected to be

playing the game by 1966:
1. The attraction it holds as a
complete family sport r
2. Increased interest among
women.
3. Increased formation of in

dustrial, church and fraternal

leagues.
4. The automatic pinsetter,

winch has done away with, the

need of pin boys and has speeded
up the game.

"Women definitely are leadinp

the new boom,'' he explains.

Women s leagues ate growing

membership in the Women's In

ternational Bowling Congress i has

Dassed on million, meaning it
has twice the membership it had

a mere eight years ago."?- 1
Find It fun

Marion Ladewig, the pert Grand
Rapids grandmother who has won

just aDout everything in the worn
en's bowling world, nodded agree
ment

You ere invited to enjoy a Test-Drive
in the

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"Men still outnumber women in
bowling, about 3 to 1," aha esti.
mated. "But more a nd mora
women are bowling every year.
They find it a great form of
relaxation an ef entertainment
while it also helps to keep them
Most bowler a find th sport
sheer fun. As example, during the
recent reeesion there were loo. loo.-000
000 loo.-000 unemployed in Detroit. Yet
during that period the number of
b o w I e r in Detroit increased
steadily.
And wait the season opens
next week.

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DETROIT (UPI) Piirnal
Goldy, 6-foot,, s-Uich 200 pound
catcher from Temple and. south southpaw
paw southpaw Larry Nosse of Notre Dame
have signed t baseball contracts
with the Detroit Tigers, director
of scouts Ed Katalinas said today.
Goldy, of Blackwood, N. J.,
also plays first base and the out
field. He's a rightanded hitter.
Nosse, 6 foot, 200 pound, of
Euclid, Ohio, fired five no hitters
and 10 one hitters during 1956
and 1957 in American Legion play
and was naiaed "All-Ohio pitcher
of 1957."
BOYS KNOW EST
LONDON (UPI) -f Dr. vHarvey
Flack, editor of the magazine
Family Doctor, spoke out yester yesterday
day yesterday tor boys, who, don't wash their
necks. A protective layer of
grease around the skin is vital
for health and should not be dis disturbed
turbed disturbed too often by orders to
wash behind the ears, he said,
adding: "Boys seem to know this
profound dermatological truth by
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AT, AUGUST W,4Mfc
nbeaten Perdulario seeks 4th btrai

tt f AN AM A AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT SEWSP4PEB

ght Victory

raentine Router Goes

In Seven Furlong Sprint

,EAD: UNBEATEN PEKUULAKiu snvestri
Six third scries imported thoroughbreds will op oppose
pose oppose unbeaten Perdulario in the featured $650 seven
furlong sprint that headlines tomorrow's President
Jtemon racetrack program.
Because of his proven superiority, Perdulario
will be excluded from the betting in this race.

Narcotico, Playboy, Silver rUets.
eompr.se the sextet tnai piu w
pose the Stud Los Sietes super
tar.
Alfredo Vasquez wui 8
dulano. rernanao "'"" "v
aboard Kadir, leading jockejr Brau Brau-lio
lio Brau-lio Ba3za on Canterina, Andre
Gonzalez on Distingo, Guillermo
Milord on Silver Heels, Jose JJ JJ-Uoa
Uoa JJ-Uoa on Playboy and Hector Ruiz
in Narcotico's. saddle.
This will be Perdulario s irst
tart sine his one-length viqtni y
ver Informal in the U.S. Inde
pendence Day Classic. He bad
previous.y romped m the Pr m
and the Gen. .. 1
mon Classic.
The other six horses are more
or less evenly match-d with slny
o- them capable of chasing Per Per-du'ario
du'ario Per-du'ario horn?: Canterina and Puy-
DOv are ne" "vm t.-
last times out while the otnus
have all been performing well
A race that could be the most
thrilling or te af ernoon is tne
ninth in which unbeaten newcom
lv

JOE WILLIAMS

This was the day we were to vi-
"t -. ...... tha nillo
git jonn nei ,.,.
nacc world as tne man
nsiw.;; o.h much better known
to the sports world as the man
who invented Count Fleet.
As if by cinema magic, nospit nospit-.bly
.bly nospit-.bly applied, the jumbled ma on on-1.
1. on-1. .J T .hriiHiarfrioibhdhy ol;mid
,j : a- j in ovist,
town LOS Angeies P"" 1"
'..i.i-ifci tiirmn norm uu w
wide freeway and headed tor u
ii .nH Amnrillo Rancn.
I RC 111 W- W.. J TJlli W ik.
AS ine Kai ,i"vy r rr ..
Ingto Bhart.wltB W
aensne. we inen w, wr-
Was it the year Count Speed haa
r. JL rnatt tracks? Could
when we naa iasi. vn
Durneu u .r
. 1 . -T
nave oecu.
Anvway it wasn't yesterday, and
Anyway, n j
this one, tnougn i iuu ''v
Count Fleet con idered by many
n v, tho Breatest race norse sn.ee
Man O' War, never quite attained
championship status, But all the
Counts were captivating, and tms
wa 0"e of the added delights in
visiii" the ranch. .seeing the
new i members of the family as
our old aid cherished friend proudly-'
put them on display-
But this time we were to see no
Counts, new or old. Indeed, we
were to see ho raciifg stock of any
kind. The ranch tfas doomed, soon
kiiiu. me .v.. r-zTt
to be sold. The twai encroacinnein
of the California boom had stint-
Ot me UHIUWTOB .T"
tcred the tranquility and privacy
that are so essential to such an
oneration. In a. week or so our
old friend and his beloved rnnie
Om inentl hmu his ucic ....w-
would move into an apartment in
toJUHwU r.iM'orlv Hills
auj'if h J
"Somehow I .hate. to. .give .up my
bomb shelter.' ne musea.
'Your what??'
"My bomb shelter, I have scien scientific
tific scientific assurance it's the best that
has. ever been built."
A Dreadful Commentary
Presently we found ourselves in
an airligh't oblong steel vault, 2
feet underground with sleeping ac accommodations
commodations accommodations for 14, enough food,
water, ann oxygen iu ii
ana electric siove, ionei lacnuca,
radio transmitters, mysterious In Instruments
struments Instruments to test outer air for ra radiation,
diation, radiation, two escape tunnel one so
secret it is known only to Hertz
and the nameless man who desgin desgin-ed
ed desgin-ed the shelter.
"Well, what do you think of it?"
our host asked as we resurfaced
by means of an electrically operat operated
ed operated elevator which automatically
onens and closes the first point, of
entry.
f It had been a clammy experience
much like the day, several years
before, when we had stood in the
gas chamber at San Quentln,
watching the warden supervise a
dry run of the macabre machinery.
At dawn a woman kidnapper was
to pay her debt,' as 'the stately
phrase puts It, to society.
Hertz nzoHdod gravely ."Yes. thi3
Is a dreadful commentary on the
a"e we live in, But it's an ace we
must met on its own terms. How However,
ever, However, this i- something more than
j"st a homh shelter. It's a lahor-
o nrv pvnf.fi mptlt a 1al)KtJn an.
p'ictlon of scientific findings ar
ri"'iitin"s in the Npva.fi desert,
and whilt tWs mtiv not be the in-il
rwi- I it's a step in
the ri"ht Hfrectinn.
s a Ruo.f's we'd sflv it took 50.
000 fn bui'd the shelter. Possib'v
a frent deal more John Hertz
w-s nnt thinking of his own safety
t,vn he hunched this protect. Of
t'i'S vnu may be absolutely Sure.
V I f9 )r he had nv one
-.'. ... fii. i
had wiv one
r
il It Witt vmfiiilipallv
the resident of the United States!

T

er Zarpazo will nuke lus first

start for new owner jose
Sitton assinst onceb?aten Acropo Acropolis
lis Acropolis and Evening Star.
Also scheduled to go in the
ninth are Abolengo Plateado. Don
Lucho, Alpina, Critico and Bucs
i. ntkAi intnrootinf rar-
es are included on the eleven
race card
Racetrack Tips
By CONRADO
.nmm, nni Mar Bravo
Rose of the W. Matrimlado
' 5 ... n Iill
S Don Pastor
Domitila
Mr. Jack
5 JabaMna
ftXtstullarl
7Ro'ita Maria
9 Dependable
pv vening Star
10 Kadr
11 Donito
Noticion
Mnhi-ann (e)
, AI Justo
Cervecero (el
Now Then
Acronolis (e)
canterina
Porro (e)
. .the President and his cabinet,
Tinipss vmi knew John Hertz and
annrpri ated the. affection he has
for his adopted land (he was born
in What was then Kututa, Austria
you'd understandably find this too
fanpjfnl to take. There is. however,
a i bomb fhelter in or near the
White House. By comparison it is
no more, than ah ordinary cellar.
And it Would be like our old friend
to try to do something about such
a situation.
Advanced Seisntifle Engineering
Quf premise, however, wild, does
not concern itself with the working
model itself. Only the advanced
scientific and engineering thought
it represents and its avaiiamuty
t0 Dr0Der authorities.
'
Cnnvineed that there oueht to be
ereater stress on the teaching of
engineering. mechnica-J as well as
electrical. Hertz recently establish
ed an educational fund with this
end in view, a continuing nrogram
backed by uractically his entire
fortune. Each year 100 or more as aspirants,
pirants, aspirants, regardless of race, reli religion
gion religion or lex, can qualify.
"I simply want, to contribute
something to the defense of the
country that has been so wonder
t!iui to me
ful to me and my family," he
gai(J
Tvnieallv our old friend initer'
upon one condition: Each prospect prospective
ive prospective scholar must pledge himself
or herselft to come to the aid of
vl iiriaciu w mmc w iiie iu til
the flag in a national emergency
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Along TH Poirways
PWGA i w w iAM E NT
Lasi bMiurday. tweuiy-eigut lady
iu uie regular momiiiy trtitjf
... -., aem k
lny JdllUv... Cruu UUu, Willi 10
aaj HulOS 10 tile ClUU (OA')Kil
lUl.', Mac AUtvn, uuU t.dS w'
jjiuivaj s loui'iiamcin. niae l
utU'uug tor iMa jcsuuoa ouido
Vtiy siiui -iiy aim sue Ww uts i.i.jo
eu tor niduv xeasous au koou.
Ine couibc v,.,c ui vvwuuerlul
sli,....: anu i'VVc;a memuers 1 uu
preciatuu .uu irfU..u...ij oi p.a
... at uamooa s tine ciub. j.vu
in,, i mninei'n.ik iiki Mar.
garei Bailey add Murrell MitcUie-
son.
Mae Askew, as though sbs
hunn t riiinp ennuffh for tns rlav
turned in Uie iow net score of vu.
tinei I'eratie was iow aross win
ner with an 83. Irene Robinsco
wax amnnir the tnn tjira
Winners and ruhners-uD i each
mgm were:
riigni i; oyiva uarpemtr, rean
Trim.
flight 2: E. Malhieson P. War Waring.
ing. Waring. flight k: B. Hennan, Jennj
Senn.
Flight 4: F. Twomey, R. Cher-
T- .
Pfiiao u;nra alsm 'urnn hv
a iiava aaaaBv " a
it. Darnels Best net on back-
!nine
Mallory lowest number
of putts.
M. Askew lowest net bride.
M. Bailey most strokes on
mi j.r ive.
M. Ausnehuer least stroke
on number five.
Donations were gratefully rectiv-
H from' Merenrio .leu,lni.. Mh-
tional uisiiiiers ARewooo I'ai
ii
i . i i i, a ii w ... .u nil naj iv,i
night bag), House of Lords, snc'
1 th CZtnnrtu nrsi ahnrt
Next tournament: Brazos.

Race Track Graded Entries

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Jack

1st Race, 7th Series Imp. 5 Fgs. Purse $400 Pool I loses l:0t
FIRST RACE OP THE DOUBLE

1 Don Danl H. Rui
2 Lanero J. Jiraene
3 Pudge Girl P. Justinianl
4 Miss Patience C. Milord
112
112
lOOx
lOlx
100
118
108
113
115
120
100
5 Cacbafaz
E. Dario
J. Avila
J. Phillips
M. Correa
B. Baeza
G. Sanchez
6 Mar Bravo
7 The Squire
8 Grtmilda
9 Oro Purito
10 (Aberarpie
11 (Edith Piaf A. Credidio

2nd Race, 5th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.Pnr-e SSSfl
2ND RACE OF THE DOTJBIE

1 Venganza A.Jordan 115x
2 King John A. RevesR. 106
3 Guindado O. Bravo 108
4 Matrlculado B. Asuirre 112
5 Aviadora A. CnvUdio 110
l Athaiar H. Gmtines 102
7--Rose of the W. Alvarez 110
8 Mariema c Delgado 10 Jx
Srd Race "F" Natives Fgs.
ONE
1 Desiree
2 Don Pastor
3 Domitila
4 Folletito
5 Bugaba
8 Julie
7 Black Bee
G. Milord 102
B. Baeza 110
J. Ulloa 110
M. Guerrero 100
A. Credidlo 110
A. Gonzales 108
J. Jimenez 108

4th Race, "G" Natives C Fgs. Prse $375
QUINIELA

1 Noticion
2 Mr. Jack
3 Timrat
4 Certamen
5Baetdad F
G. Milord 112x 112x-B.
B. 112x-B. Baeza 115
J. Jimenez 110
L. Tufion 107x
Justinian! 105x
-(Okiismd
A. Credidio 110
7 (Rabiblahco G. Prescott 108
5th Raee "G" Natives Fgs.
1 Ciria M. Hurley 115
2 Victoria O. Bravo 110
T.K.Hna .T TTllOa 112
4 (Mohictno H. Gustines 110
5 (Silverio
B. Baeza 113-
8th Race, 4th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.

1 Al Justo Perez 108 Usually close up
2 Gouvernant R. Vasquez 113 -Better this week
3 Xistullari B. Baeza 108 -Improving steadily
4mitnik G. Milord 103xMutuels fsvorito
5 Tosplito A Credidio 110 Poor recent races
6 Luciano B. Aguirre 115 -Excluded from betting

7th Race, 4th Series Imp. 8 Fgs.
2ND RACE OF
1 Phllllplpon R. Cruz lOOx
2 Golazo G. Prescott 110.
' 3 English Wonder Bravo 110
4 Riotous B. Aeuirre 108
5 Canoe G. Milord lOlx
Roslta MariA B; Baeza 105
7 'Emily Mary J. Ulloa 112
8 Cervecero f. Justinian! 103x

8th Race "Special" Imp. 8 Fgs. nrse $650
. QUINIELA

1 Now Then J. Ulloa 108
2 Ramo A. Gonzales 108
3 Llcenciado G. Milord HOx
4 Deoendable B. Baeza 115
5 Doble FHa H. Gustines 104
8 Oeunalfipe J. Phillips 108
7 Man. Pedraza Hurley 110
8 (Mi Locura A. CMclidio 105

th Race, 5th Series Imp. 8 Ffs.inTse $500
ONE TWO

1 Aboleneo
2 EvenlnsrStflr
3 Plateado F.
-4 Zaroazo
5Don Lucho
8 ( Acropolis
7 fAloina
8 Critiro)
J Bucalemito)
G. Milord 103x-
A. vaquez 115 -Justlnlani
103x-
B. Aflruirre 115 -B.
Baeza 10.
F. Alvarez 115 -F.
Alvarez 112
A. Perez 108
A: Perez 115
10th Race, Srd Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
1 Narcotico H. Ruiz 103
2 Playbov J, Ulloa 108
-3 -Silver Heels G. Milord lOOx
4 Distineo A. Gonzales 104
5 Cantettna B. Bfceza 108
aTcidlr F. Alvarez 115 -7
Perdulario A. Vasquez 120
11th Race Non-Winners Imp. 8 F.
1 Platano B. Aguirre 108
2 Corvlglia G. Milord 103x
3 Renata B. Baeza 108
4 Donito R. Vasquez 112
5 (Beyton Spring F. Alva. 106
4 (Perro H. Ruiz 102
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PENSIUrVCrl ow ivuici jasw , Villi.
dnS romp over Claiborne Farm s rolling nelds at Paris,
Ky The Ruler, winner of $764,025 in his career, luffered a leg
injury and will be used for breeding purposes.

Distance to liking 3 1
-Would pay off m
Stumbled in -last VI
- CouM make it here 5-1
Bad legs hamper 10-
Seems best here M
Usually disappoints 4
Has good speed M
Jockey may help 4
!,one overdue 5?
- Depends on start 5 2

Pool Closes 1:00
- Distance handicaps 10-1
- Poor e fort in last 15-3
- Pair race in debut -!
Improved in last 3-1
Distance to liking S-?
TJsuallv close un 5-2
should beat these 2-1
Early speed only 25-1
Purs 1375
TWO
Pool Closes 2:00
-Must go lower 75-1
-Ran well in last M
..Seems bes here 4-5
-Not against these 15-1
-Has strong finish 4 1
-Could surmise 4-1
-Rider handicaps 5 1
Pool Closes 2:30
-Could make It here
Form indicates
Bad trailer in last
Despite tioor rider
Not good enough
Terrible ouitter
3-2
EVEN
10-1
31
50 1
251
25-1
-Not in top foi'm
Purse $375 Pool Closes 8:00
- Poor starter
- Would pay off
Will fiffht it OUt
15 1
25-1
2-1
1 ?
12
- May beat entrymate
Seems best hers
Purse 1800
Fool Closes 3:40
4-1
2 1
2 2
10-1
MM Fool Closes 4:15
THE DOUBLE
-Doesn't seem likely
-Ifot yith this rider
-Rsrf 'wel! Jn last
-Rates good chance
-Usuallv disapooints
-Mutuels favorite
-Hard to b?at here
-Rates good chance
15-1
?5-1
31
3
21
2-1
Pool Closes 4:40
-Distance may help 3-'
-Would pay fat odds 20 1
-Vastly improved 3 i
-Mutueli favorite EVEN
-Should be close up 4-1
-Rates outside chance 10-1
-Scratched last time 3 1
-Would surprise 3-1
PooJ Closes 5:15
-Not good enoneh
-Disaonointed in last
-Would pay off here
-Has higlurating
Jockey could help
-Gets test here
-Has speed to spare
-Not much class
-Disappointment thus far
50 1
4
15 1
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51
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3 2
3-1
3-1
Purse $650 Pool Closes 5:40
-Good early speed
-Enioyine bef form
-Ran well in last
-Would surprise
-Rarely won last
-Seems next best
-Excluded from betting
4- 1
2-1
5- 1
10-1
31
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Purse $650
Ordinary, no good plug
Ran well to last
Jockey may help
Reportedly improved
Usually gets left
Could score here
4-1
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CHAMPIONS GET TOGETHER Hector Torres hands Roy
Campanella a baseball autographed by the entire champion championship
ship championship Little League team from Monterrey, Mexico, campanella,
who is paralyzed from the neck down as the result of an auto
accident, ia undergoing a program of recovery at the Institute
of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the N.Y.U. Bellevue
Medical Center in New York. Looking on are two other mem members
bers members of the team, Andres Galvan and Rlcardo Trevino.

HOOFBEATS
By Conm do Sai geant

The break between horse own owner
er owner Hector Marino Ruiz and train trainer
er trainer Manuel Rivera Rivera reached
Its climax Wedneeday at the
President Remon racetrack sta stables
bles stables when the two Chileans came
to blows. Marino Ruiz reportedly
struck Rivera on the face with a
wooden twitch, fracturing the
latter'8 nose and opening a deep
cut which required 14 stitches
at the San Fernando Clinic.
The exact cause of. the fight
was not disclosed but the pain
were arcuine violently before tne
incident. They broke off their
owner-trainc-r relationship two
weeks ago when they aisagreea
on the scratching of Distante.
Marino RuXz Insisted on the
scratChrrrg of the animal when
the paddock Judge refused to let
the horse rare without blinkers
because the change had not been
requested through tne legai
channels.
Since the Rivera -Marino Ruiz
split, Rivera has taken over the
training of Frank X. Sterne!'
horses, the stable of Alfredo T.
Boyd and two colts owned by
Miss Delia Acevedo.
oOo
Several ownership changes
were registered at the President
Femon racetrack this week.
Foremost on the list, of course,
were the classy Chilean horses
Luciano and Zarpazo which were
recently bought by Jose (Tito)
Sitton and win race under the
colors of the Stud 13 with Sitton
as the trainer.
Aviadora was acouired v
James Silvera who trains the
Chilean filly himself.
Identica will do her racine un under
der under the colors of the Stud Ch'rl Ch'rl-oul
oul Ch'rl-oul with Sotero Rudas as her
trainer.
Caracoles, a six vear-old riill-ean-bred
eeldine bv Meverlin; Meverlin;-Dispenclosa.
Dispenclosa. Meverlin;-Dispenclosa. is schMuled to make
his debut in Sunday's ninth race.
oOo
Brote has been turned back to
the. Panama Government b't
will continue to he trained by
Juan A. Jimenez III.
oOo
Ten horses will narticlnat- In
Monday's featiir-d 81.000 five
fnrlonr labor Pav Handiean
for seventh series Imported
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Clarucha, Sicabu, Eric, Alucl Alucl-nado,
nado, Alucl-nado, Colleen's Wish, Double
Dee, Picudo, Golden Corn II,
Dagon and Del Vecino.
Amado Credidio will ride Clar

ucha, Bias Aguirre has the leg
up on Sicabu, Heliodoro Gustines
will guide Eric, Braullo Baeza
will handle Alucinado's reins,
Jorge Phillips rides Colleen's
Wish. Ruben Vasquez is on Dou
ble Dee, Picudo 'iill be piloted by
Jose Ulloa, Guillermo Sanchez
has the mount on Golden Corn
n, Dagon's rider will be Oscar
Bravo and Fernando Alvarez will
do the booting on Del Vecino.
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Improved racing should bp in
store1 for fans now that several
bad sDots on the local racing
strip have been repaired. The
work was done this week at the
request of energetic track man
ager Pablo A. Thayer,
Soft spots, on the track; were
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month. If you need housekeep housekeeping
ing housekeeping quarters bring your own linen.
Inquire Casino Santa Clara. Re Reservation
servation Reservation by telephone accepted.
SHRAPNEL'S finished homes,
on beach. Phono Thompson,
Balboa 1772.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
Houses
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom chalet
n Paitilla. Large yard. $100.00
m0nth. Box 52, Curundu C. Z.
" FOR RENT: Spacious and com comfortable
fortable comfortable chaJot, street 94 San
Francisco and 50th No 31.
Three bedrooms, living-dmmg-room,
porch, kitchen and garage,
maid's room with service inde independent,
pendent, independent, for information, call
phone 2-2037. Can be seen from
i 5 at 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, living-diningroom,
porH, garage, street Santuar.o
Nacional No. 4, Campo Alagre,
:TeLJ-2795.
FOR RENT: Furnished house,
Iwe bedrooms, living, dining
room, kiK.ien, garrfge, rnaid a
room. Via Espana on side Radio
Minimal, with house.
FOR RENT : Spacious ana" eom eom-fortabl
fortabl eom-fortabl chalet, street 94 San
Francisco and 50th No. 31.
Three bedrooms, living-dining-room,
porcti, kitchen and garage,
maid's room with service inde inde-pendent,
pendent, inde-pendent, for Information, colli
phone 2-2037. Can bo toon from.
5 at p.m.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Rooms, all com comforts,
forts, comforts, with or without meals.
4-33 35th Street, phone 3 3-7993.
7993. 3-7993. FOR RENT: Furnished room,
first class, one person only, corn corner
er corner usto Arosemena, 31st Street
No. 9.
FOR RENT: Furnished room
with private bath and all rights,
far American or European
bachelor, $40.00, San Francisco
14 Street No. 9.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, 2 baths, large
sitting, dining room, maid's room
with service, nice playgrounds.
El Cangrejo, call 3-0319 during
office hours
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) The
Philadelphia Phillies have signed
EUwood (Soody) Comegys of
Beverly, N. J., to a Bakersticld,
Calif., contract. Comegys, an out outfielder,
fielder, outfielder, batted .458 in the Phila Phila-uelphia
uelphia Phila-uelphia Suburban League in 1351
JUST $2,173.00
Dlus a little imagination.
You'll own house and lend
at fite of new "CORONADO
BEACH HOTEL." Special
mice carries onlv one re restriction.
striction. restriction. Call Eisenmann
Pan 2-0221, .1-3679.
KEEP UP WITH
WHAT'S GOING ON
Without making
a Big Investment
RENT A
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Apartments

50.00 furnished apartment.
North American neighbours, yard.
Tel. 2-3343 or 3-0471.
FOR RENT: Modern and beau beau-tifull
tifull beau-tifull apartment, two bedroom,
hot water, one furnished, near
El Panama Hotel, Campo Alegre.
2-2341. 3-3379.
FOR RENT: Brand new two
bedroom apartment, cool, address
Beliserio Porras No. 149-B. $60.
inquire at Bella Vista, gasoline
station.
FOR RENT: Lovely modern
acartment in Campo Alegre. Two
blocks from El Panama $110.00.
Available immediately. Aquilino
do la Guardia. Edificio Estripeaut,
new apartment No. 5.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment including refrigerator,
perch, parlor-diningroem, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, kitchen, garage, tiled,
screened. $55.00 apply house
1 1 2, Via Belisario Porras, near
Roosevelt Theatre.
Mercedes Building. Do luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and office building. Ample
parking space. Night watchman.
Moderate rents. Balboa Avenue,
next to nuns school. Ricardo A.
Mire S. A. Tel. 2-3436.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, sitting-diningroom,
porch, maid's, quarters. Price
$110.00. Phone 3-0351 46th.
St. No. 8.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartments. 51 St., Ne. 30. Call
3-7069 or 3-6480.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, living diningroom,
maid's room, cool and comfort comfortable.
able. comfortable. Via Porras No. 46.
FOR RENT: Small apartment,
two bedroom independent, near
to th schools of Paitilla, Street
89 or 14 Paitilla No. 88.
Rudell Stitch Upset
Winner Over Logarf
LOUISVILLE, 'Ky. (UPI)
Rudell Stitch wasn't sure toda
who would be his next opponent
after scoring a unanimous de
cisitiB rSver second ranked welter welter-weight
weight welter-weight saac Logard last night
but Logarf. was sure it wouldn't
be him no matter what the
contract said.
"I never fight him again," e
disguested Logart' stated em em-Dhatically
Dhatically em-Dhatically after dropping a hard
fotiffht derision tn Stitch a rp.
latively inexperienced but aggres aggressive
sive aggressive and bard hitting hometown
boy.
Trainer Mundito Medina joinc
in protesting the decision.
"They told me in New York
before we came out here we'd
have to win by a knockout. Wr
were robbed again," shouted Me Medina,
dina, Medina, who had scarcely caugh:
his breath from shouting the sanie
thing after logart los to an
other hometowner, Don Jordan, in
Los Angeles recently.
The difference was that a lot nf
people agreed with him after the
Jordan fight, but most of the 4.2nn
who turned out here agreed with
the ring officials.
Stitch weighed 142 S to
gart's 148.
Lo-
LEGAL NOTICE
United States District Ceurt For The
District ot The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
In the matter of the adoption nf Ll-
11a Williams, a Minor vs. James Wil Williams.
liams. Williams. Defendant. No. 4723, Civil Cita Citation.
tion. Citation. To James Williams
You are hereby required to appear
tetore the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Division, at the Courtroom thereof,
in Ancon, Canal Zone, on the 17th day
of October. 1958 at 9 o'clock in the
forenoon of that day. then and there
to show cause, if any you have, why
Ricksford D. Bayley Si Dolores V. Bay Bay-ley
ley Bay-ley should not proceed with the hear hearing
ing hearing of his petition for the adoption of
the above-named minor.
WITNESS, the HONORABLE Guthrie
F. Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 14th day of August. 1958.
Sara de 1 PeAa
Clerk of Court
(Seal)
Hv s Lois F.. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To James Williams:
The foregoing citation Is served up upon
on upon you bv publication pursuant to the
order of the HONORABLE Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated the 14th day of August, 1958. and
entered and filed In this action In the
office of the Clerk of the United states
District Court. Balboa Division on the
14th day of August, 1958.
Sara de la Fefta
Clerk of Court
By s Lois K. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk

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A THIS Beside the Bella Vnrta Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick 4-door
sedan, Hydromatic, good tire
$300.00 Call 2-1827, 5:00 to
6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Nash 600, good
paint, good tires, good transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. Phone Balboa 2384.
5C08-A, Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1958 Volks Wagen
lew mileage ww tires, car lik
new. Duty free. Call 3-1594
7:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE:
1958 Opel-Rekford Olympia
1958 Hillman-4DR Sedan.
1954 Hillrean-Convertiblc, W
SW tires.
1958 Chevrolet-BelAir 4DR, tu tu-tone,
tone, tu-tone, radio, automatic trans.
1957 Ford-Country Sedan, 4DR,
tutone, radio, Thunderbird engine,
VVSW tires.
1956 Ford-Victoria, hardtop, 2
tone, WWS tires.
1956 Mercury-Montclare hard hard-lop,
lop, hard-lop, tutone. radio, leather up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, WWS tires.
1955 Mercury-Montclare con convertible,
vertible, convertible, r a d i e, Marcomatic
trans, power brakes and steering.
1955 Ford, radio, Stan, trans.
1954 Buick-Convertible, radio,
power steering & brakes, leather
upholstery, WWS tires. Perfect
condition.
1955 RamSler StaWagon, stand,
trans.
1956 Morris Minor-4DR sedan.
UTOS EISENMAN Next to Coca
Cola Co. Open all day. Phone:
Panama 2-4966 & 2-2616
FOR SALE: 1930 Model "A"
Truck Body $125.00. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3676. 1521-B, Gavilan
."'' L
hydramatic, power brakes, radio,
two tones paint, like new tires,
tinted glass and other Deluxe
feature!. Immaculate throughout,
priced very reasonable. Tel. 2 2-2472,
2472, 2-2472, Balboa.
The Magic Super Seasoner
AJI-N0-M0T0
(Monosodium Glutamate)
Available now in the
Can a) Zone.
Classes in Ballet Tap and
.Toe Taught by
DOROTHY CHASE
will be resumed in October.
Registration dates to be
announced later.
August 15 to Sept. 15
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave evy lues, and Fri.
F1DANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 3-1661
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more lor your Dollar.
International Jewelry
153 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Camera, Argus C-3,
telcphoto and other attachments,
$40.00. Phone 2-3097.
FOR SALE: 4 pc. livingroom
set $70.00, double bed complete
$50.00, 8 mm. projector and
screen $65.00, baby rocking
chair, $8.00, 60 cycle washing
machine, $40.00. 324X Ancon.
Phone 2-3782.
FOR SALE: Large plate glass
mirror with mahogany frame;
$125.00. Boys bike 24" in $17.
Balboa 2409.
Player Of The Day
-PETE WHISENANT
Nobody, but nobody out-hustles
Pee rtuioeudul oi uuicnniau, ac
cording lo lue iaiK aiounu toe
iiauoual league.
vmisenan, nowever, doesn't
keep ins joo wn.it uie Redlugs on
huue alone, ne comes up with
we long uail irom time lo time,
too.
xaserted into Wednesday's game
wim tne Dodgers in ine iifth
inning, vVhisenant hit a granil granil-siam
siam granil-siam nomer mat hexped Ciuunau
io an victory.
That blow kept Whisenant in
the iiae-up ana ne obligea with a
single in his oniy other time up
io wind up wim a pertect uay ai
bat.
ihe grand slam homer was
tb tirsi ot his career.
Sports Briefs
NAMED FRESHMAN COACH
CUjASOM, S. C. tun J hobby
Roberts, lormer Furman Univeii-
sity athlete, today was named
freshman basketball coach
Clemson and will take over his
new duties Sept. l.
TEXAN REPLACES SHEA V
j FOREST HILLS, N. Y. (UPI1-
riugn aweeney ot Houston, Tex.,
has replaced Gil Shea of Los
Angeles in the U. S. singles
championships. Shea, fourth
ranked tennis player in the na nation,
tion, nation, wired officials he is "unable
to compete" in the tournament
which begins today at Forest
mm,
SELECT TRAINING CAMP
CHICAGO (UPI)-The Chicago
Black Hawks have selected St.
Coacn Rudy Pilous expects about
45 players to report tor the Na National
tional National Hockey League club's
opening session Sept. 15.
WINS POLE POSITION
DARLINGTON, S. C. (UPI)
Eddie Pagan of Linwood, Calif,
averaged 116.962 miles per nour
Wednesday to capture the pole
position for Monday's Southern
500 mile stock car race. Pagan
was the only driver to brave
threatening weather for the quali qualifying
fying qualifying trial.
ENTERED IN BIG RACE
CHICAGO ajPIl Tralnar
William Molter will enter Tem
pest II and Round Table in the
$H0,000 added Washington Park
Handicap at Arlington Park next
Monday.
LEGAL NOTICE
United States District Court For The
District ef The Canal Zone
. Balboa Division
Tn the matter of the adoption of En Enrique
rique Enrique Valentino Miller and Delano Emi
no Miller, Minors vs. Cliffton Syprell
Miller, Defendant No. 4729, Civil Cita
tion.
To Cliffton Syprell Miller
You are hereby required to smiear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone; Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Division, at the Courtroom thereof,
in Ancon, Canal Zone, on the 17th dav
of October, 1958 at 9 o'clock in the
forenoon of that' day, then and there
to show cause, lt any you have, why
Nathaniel Pailln should not proceed
with the hearing of his petition for the
adoption of the above-named minor.
WITNESS, the HONORABLE Guthrie
T. Crowe. Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 14th day of August. 19S8.
Sara de la Prim
Cleric of Court
(Seal) f
By s Lois K. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Cliffton Syprell Miller
The foregoing citation is served upon
von bv publication pursuant io tne or
der of the HONORABLE Guthrie f
Crowe. Judge. United states District
Court for the District of the .Canal Zone,
dated the 12th day of August, 19S8. and
entered and filed in this action in the
office Of the Clerk of the United States
District Court, Balboa Division on tne
12th day of August,
sara ae ja rena
Clerk of Court
Bv s l.ols E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk

MR CONDITIONERS
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Capacities to fit any require requirements.
ments. requirements. 5 yean guaranty
Duty free. Price for C. Z.
residents, 1
TROPELCO, S.A.
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Home Articles
Leaving must sell, one 9 pieces
diningroom set, cream color, one
dining table, rix chairs, maho mahogany,
gany, mahogany, $25.00. Ave. Nacional No.
36, Apto.. 9.
FOR SALE: Livingroom sot, at
stove and refrigerator. Ricardo
Miro 15-2, Vista Hermosa.
FOR SALE: West inghouse Elec Electric
tric Electric moisture, dohumjdifier, port portable.
able. portable. Plug in any outlet, 60
cycles, 115 volts A.C. new.
Never used. $65.00. Call 6-511
or house 0267, Apt. C, Gemboa
C. Z.
FOR SALE: 9 ft. Westingheuse
refrigerator, now 60 cycle unit,
$55. Mad'uro Apt. 7-1. I. A.
Morales. Cangrejo 6 p.m. to
7.30.
Archbishop Seeks
UN's Intervention
In Cyprus Strife
ATHENS (UPI) Archbishop
Markarios called yesterday for
"substantial intervention" by the
United Nations in strife-torn Cy Cyprus.
prus. Cyprus. y
He asserted that the British
compromise plan for governing
the island, which would give Tur Turkey
key Turkey and Greece a voice in its in internal
ternal internal government, was "nega "negative,
tive, "negative, controversial, and insincere."
The leader Of the Greek Cypriot
movement told a news conference:
"Greek Cypriots will fight with
all sacrifices against application
of the British plan. They have no
confidence in the British policy,
w'aich is insincere and in bad
faith."
He charged Britain with hyproc
risy in involving Turkey and par partition
tition partition in what he said had been a
domestic issue. The British plan
was an invention ior the promo promotion
tion promotion of a perpetual feud on the is island,
land, island, he declared, adding:'
"The time has come for substan substantial
tial substantial intervention of the United Na
tions toward ending this drama
and rendering "liberty to Cypriots
so as to avoid complications which
will threaten international peace;"
The British plan is an attempt
to iteer a middle course between
Greek Cypriot demands for inde independence,
pendence, independence, and presumably even eventual
tual eventual union with Greece, and de demands
mands demands of the Turkish Cypriot mi minority
nority minority for partition on linguistic
lines.
Most-Wanted Man
Gives Up To FBt
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
FBI announced today that Car Carmine
mine Carmine Di Biase, one of the "ten
most wanted fugitives," surrend surrendered
ered surrendered to G-men in New Yor City
yesterday morning.
The FBI said Di Biase, aged 35,
was wanted for murder. He sur surrendered
rendered surrendered through his attorney,
Harry Sokel.
Di Biase had been sought for
unlawful interstate flight to avoid
prosecution for the murder of
Michael Erreciello on Dec. 26, ltel
at the Mayfair Social Boys Club
in New York.
Erreciello had been Di Biase's
best man at his wedding and the
godfather of one of his children.
The FBI quoted Di Biase as sav
ing: "I feel a million times bettr.
I am getting older and accomplish
ing nothing, having to stay away
irom my wiie ana children, moth mother
er mother and father. I am glad it is
over. I had to come in."
Man Dies Of Gas
Fumes In Subway
Phone Booth
PHILADELPHIA (UPH An
elderly man died today in a sub subway
way subway phone booth literally changed
into a gas chamber.
His body was found in the booth
in a North Philadelphia subway
siauon Denmd a sign warning
"Stay away this is hydrocyanic
gas."
The sign, printed in red ink and
pasted on the glass doors of the
booth, also warned: "Tell police
to use oxygen masks. This Will
kill at 20 feet."
The victim was tentatively iden identified
tified identified as Raymond W. Pierce, 74,
of Parkland, Pa.
Police said the body was dis
covered by Erwin Roller. 18, of
Philadelphia, who was about to
leave the station when he "no "noticed
ticed "noticed smoke" in the phone booth.
Roller told police he approached
the booth to investigate and found
a ,man slumped over. He said he
opened the booth and was immedi immediately
ately immediately sickened by the odor nut
made his way out of the station.
SOMETHING WRONG
SYRACUSE, N. Y. -r(UPD
Frank Murray of nearby De Witt
questioned the bill he was hand
ed on leaving Memorial HosprUl
after an 11-day stay. It contained

Boats & Motors

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: Crusier typo beat
21 Va", built of Dutch ply plywood
wood plywood and completely covered
with fiber glass; two Johnson
motors 35, trailer, compass,
siren, ski-meter, convertible top,
stainless steel gasoline tank, 45 45-gallon
gallon 45-gallon capacity; two iceboxes and
many other accessories. Original
cost, $4,900; has only 10 hour
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
hcund, very good with children.
-4 141.

Flag Designers See Stars;
Where Will Alaska's Go?

WASHINGTON (UPI) Alaska
is about to become the 49th state,
but what about the flag?
No one has decided officially
how to go about putting- a 49th
star in Old Glory.
The decision has been delayed
even though the Alaska statehood
bill cleared Congress last June 30
and there never was any doubt
about outcome of special referen referendum
dum referendum in the territory.
Alaska voters overwhelmingly
approved statehood Tuesday. All
that is needed is a proclamation
by President Eisenhower to make
the northern territory the 49th
state of the union.
The new flag however won't be
uniurled until July 4, 1959.
Several suggestions have been
advanced for adding the 49th star.
Some historians said Congress
should appoint a commission to re redesign
design redesign the flag. Others mainlined
this is a presidential prerogative.
The armed services insist that
because of their sentimental in interest
terest interest in the flag they should do
the re arranging.
The final decision on how to
make room for the extra star
probably will be a joint effort.
History would give the military
the edge.
A bill introduced by Rep. Eman Emanuel
uel Emanuel Cellar (D-N.Y.) late in the last
session was meant to clarify the
law and procedure relating to the
design and dimensions of the Uni United
ted United States flag. But it died in the
senate after receiving House ap approval.
proval. approval. The confusion over who should
get the ball rolling arises from the
fact that there is no federal statute
which fixes the proportionate di
mensions of the flag, including
me size and arrangement of the
stars.
The House Judiciary Commit
tee, which has been digging into
the subject, said that in the past
tnese matters have been regulated
by custom. And a pretty fluctuat fluctuating
ing fluctuating custom at that.
For example, when Arizona and
New Mexico were admitted in 1912,
a joint board of Army and Navy
officers recommended a plan for
reshuffling the stars and Presi President
dent President William Howard Taft, by
executive order, approved.
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work will be performed without exception on a
strictly cash basis only.
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Experienced bilingual MCffjpjp
offers services for part-time
work after 4 p.m. Call Panama
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WANTED: Bilingual secretary
in Motors Colpan. Tel. 2-0625.
WANTED: Sales Manager far
well established firm. Good op opportunity
portunity opportunity for right person. Write
giving full particulars, includ including
ing including photo, "Sale Manager" P.
O. box 93, Colon.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Domestic Employment
WANTED: Competent maid te
cere' child and general housework
Arboix Building, 5th St. Apt.
Ne. Colon.
WANTED: Maid. Live in, ge general
neral general housework, 6233-B, Los
Ries.
But, when Oklahoma was admit admitted
ted admitted in 1907, the Navy simply wrote
the War Department, suggesting
that a group of officers recom
mend a design. After the two de
partment's approved a design, the
other agencies adopted it.
Prior to 1907 the military serv
ices arranged the stars without
executive order or legislation.
Generally speaking they followed
the basic flag law of 1818 which
requires the addition of stars on
the 4th of July following the ail ail-mission
mission ail-mission of new states.
Scholars on the subject say that
is the only, definite part rQli
whole thing: Alaska's star will
have to be added by nefef Jlgy 4.
Police To Clieclc
Dealh Ofony
Doctor's Patient
CHICAGO (UPI) Police dis.
closed today they were investigat investigating
ing investigating the death Aug. 8 of Miss iucy
Murphy, 70, one of the 100 or
more patients allegedly treated bv
fake doctor Peter J. Frank,
rxaiin. was exposed earner Wlf
week when a private nurse be became
came became suspicious of a lethal pre prescription
scription prescription he wrote for an elderly
heart patient.
Police said he admitted a two two-month
month two-month long hoax during which he
posed as a physician. He had;;
served three yeaps in prison for
similar activity and was released
lour months ago.
Miss Murphy became 111 thft
mgni oi Aug. 7 and her famU
called their regular doctor. Whe:
he could not be located a tele
phone answering service switched"
tne can to Frank, who was pos posing
ing posing as Dr. Edwin Galler.
Relatives told police Frank ad administered
ministered administered epinephrine, the same
drug which led to his arrest. Miss
Murphy died a short time later.
Police said the woman's regular
doctor signed the death certificate
attributing death to ''oirebritl
apoplexy."
BY J. R. WILLIAMS
SEPT. 1,1958

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WASHINGTON, Aug. 29 (UPI) Little Rock school board members today voiced
revived belief the Supreme pourt may uph old their fight to postpone integration at
Central High School.
However, government attorneys said the High Court's scheduling of a full hear hearing
ing hearing on the case Sept. 11 was merely giving the school board "due process' of law.
They predicted the court would order immediate integration.
U.S. solicitor -general J. Lee Rankin c ailed inconceivable the idea that the court
would uphold an order by Federal Judge Harry Lemley that would delay integration
t Central High for 2 years.
' The Supreme Court late ywsterday afternoon deferred until Sept. 11 a decision
In the case in order to give the school board an opportunity to prepare its arguments.
The board members headed by school superintendent Virgil T. Blossom planned
to return this afternoon to tense Little R ock where the state legislature already hat
grimly armed Gov. Orval Faubus with pow er to close Central High rather than have
Negroes attend it.

CWef Justice Earl Warren an-,
thA deferment to a jam
wcked courtroom yesterday a P er
lie government had pleaded for
in immediate order to admit sev
en Negro children to Central
High.
Warren said the court eeid eeid-ed
ed eeid-ed to hear forthor arguments
en the ease next month bs bs-cause
cause bs-cause 0 had bean informed
that the opening of Cantral
High School had baan postpon postponed
ed postponed until Sapt. 15.
He said that further oral argu arguments
ments arguments on Sept. 11 would give the
court time to render a final deci decision
sion decision before the school opened.
The court gave the Little Reck
school board until Sepl. 8 to file
u appeal from a decision of ihe
Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
The Appeals Court reversed Lem Lem-ley's
ley's Lem-ley's order.
However, the Appeals Court
wanted a stay in its order unti'
he Little Rock school board cou.d
sarry its case against integration
n the Supreme Court.
Warren's announcement eli eli-tntxed
tntxed eli-tntxed an extraordinary special
session of tha court in which
the Justice Department and tha
National Aoelatlon for the Ad Ad-vancement
vancement Ad-vancement of Colored People
argued far a quick court ruling
n tha tension-torn Little Rock
school situation.
JJu,t the school hoard, which
favors the 2-year delay, plead pleaded
ed pleaded for more time to present its
case fully to the high court.
Attorneys for both sides declin declined
ed declined to comment on the court's an announcement.
nouncement. announcement. But Blossom said.
SI am certainly glad that we will
have an; opportunity to present
our case on ts merits."
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Bert Ranklr who presented

the government, and NAACP at
torney T tour good Marshall ar argued
gued argued that any delay in integra integration
tion integration would be a concession to
the pro segregation "trouble
makers" who stirred up Little
Reck violence last year.
The Little Bock school boaid
countered that any order for the
immediate integration of the
school would mean the return of
federal troops which President
Eisnhower ordered into Little
Rock last year to protect the Ne Negro
gro Negro pupils.
Richard C. Butler, attorney for
the board, told the court that
forced integration now would de
stroy the Little Rock school sys system
tem system as thoroughly "as if you
planted a bomb a bomb under
school and lighted the fuses one
by one."
The special hearing was eon eon-ducted
ducted eon-ducted in the iuHirial calm tha

:haracterues most Suorcme Court '"t(ffa.ted tclTlt ndf th Pro'
session,. But occasion,), Um.PO-'l

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sessions
Questioning became sharp and
voices rose in anger.
At on point, Chief Justice
Earl Warren rebuked Gov. Or Orval
val Orval E. Faubus of Arkansas for
his action last year in opposing
the court integration orders then
in effect.
Meanwhile in Little Rock, Fau Faubus
bus Faubus held poised the personal pow
er to close Central High school
if the Supreme Court rules it
must admit Negroes.
A grim Arkansas Legislature
voted Fabus that authority with
only one dissenting vote.
The governor did not sign the
bills into law immediately ana
when news of the Suoreme Court
delay of its ruling until Sept. 11
reached the Capitol Faubus hedg
ed on just when he would sign
them.
The governor has said previ previously
ously previously that he hoped he never
has to use his school cloasing
pow.tr, but there was litHe
ouestion he would do so it the
Federal government brinqs out
troops again to force entry of
seven Negro students back into
Central.
The legislature was making
plans to stay technically in spe special
cial special session until January. If it
does, Faubus can delay signing
the school closing bill indefinte-
ly.
Little Rock received word of
the Supreme Court delay with a
general feeling of renewed hope
mixed with deflation. Tension had
built up during the day and the
townsfolk were set for a forth
right ruling.
L. C. Bates, spokesman for
the local branch of the Nation-
7al Association for the Advance
ment of Colored People, would
sav only "I'm disappointed."
"You know, I suopose 90 oer
cent of the neople in the North
thin I am the most rabid segrc
igat'onist in the South.
"The fact is that I am one ot
the most moderate men on the
suviect of any of the officials in
Southern states holding compara comparable
ble comparable positions.
"My feeling about integration is
that it can only proceed without
violence, in an orderly manner
and without in any way ieonardiz
ing the education of our children
"The Arkansas record on in into
to into g r ,a t i o n in transportation,
sports events and other matters
speaks for itself."
There was no demonstration
whatsoever in either tht state
Senate or House of Representa
tives wnen tney gave nnai ro
proval to the school bills. The
vote on all six measures in the
Senate was 33-0.
In the House, Rep. Ray Smith.
a 32-year-old lawyer from Hot
Springs, cast the only vote a-
gainst 93 "ayes" on the closure
bill.
"I am not against the program.
ii-i, ii i'ijiiiii .am. i nuiipij ,m,
not think we should put that
much power in the Hands of any
one man. The people should have
more voice in something this im important.
portant. important. "I am not implying anything
against the integrity of Gov. Fau
bus but he may Hot be governor i
in two more years.
The legislation also provided If
a school is close nd a student
transfers to another school. is
share of state education funds!

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would be madt availabe in the
new institution.
It is a key part of the Faubus
strategy, under a law on the
books since 1875, to be ready ttt
close down Central or any otheif
school one day and re-open it al almost
most almost immediately with the same
teachers and students as a "pri "private,"
vate," "private," segregated institution.
The Arkansas Gazette, which
along with editor Harry Ash Ash-more
more Ash-more won two Pulitzer Prize
this year for its stand on inte integration,
gration, integration, said yesterday there
was "little question that the
key features of Governor Fau Faubus'
bus' Faubus' new school program are
unconstitutional" under both
state and Federal statues.
"We Meed to go no further than
the proposed shifting of school
support money to accompany stu
dents transferring from a closed
one school district to another
to anticipate some of the chaos
that will result in the area of
school financing alone," the edi editorial
torial editorial said. s-wm ;
Al Little Rock was listening
yesterday for word of the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court decision and rumors
flew around the city.
One flew into the House where
Speaker Glenn Walther interrupt
ed to announce he had just re received
ceived received word that the Supreme
Court had met only 20 minutes
and ordered LittLj Rock integra integration
tion integration to proceed. Representatives
booed loudly.
It developed that Walther's in information
formation information came from a represen
tativ who had heard it from a
senator who heard it from a state
policeman who heard it from a
man who said he heard it on the
radio. Walther later announced his
information-had been erroneous.
After passing the- emergency
school bills, both houses alo
approved legislation hobbling
the National Association for the.
Advancement of Colored People
in Arkansas.
There were four such bills. One
would remove the tax exempt
status Of the NAACP another
would require it to file the loca location
tion location of its headquarters, a list of
its officers and workers and its
purpose.
A third provides that only a
simple court order is required for
n, t 1 i. 1
records and the fourth makes it i
illegal for the NAACP
e NAACP to furnish
i funds to any individual to prose
cute a court case.
Paraiso CirK 5,
Falls FronV Swing
Elmira Morrell, 5, was taken
to Gorgas Hospital yesterday and
three stitches were put in her
forehead a'ter she had fallen
from a swing at her home, at 110
Paraiso when the rope broke.

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TAKE WHITE HOUSE TOUet Seven of the nine Negro students: v)ho attended Little
Rock's Central High school under protection of Army paratroopers last year stand outside the
White House with their escort during a sightseeing tour of the buiMing. Left to right: Carlotta
Walls, Jefferson Thomas, Elizabeth Eckford, escort Mrs. Daisy Bates, Melba Patillo, Terrene
Roberts, Minnie jean Brown, and Gloria Ray.
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'The Court Is Now Convened In Special Term'

WASHINGTON, Aug. (UPIH
A hush fell over the crowded
chamber at noon yesterday.
The marshal intoned, "Their
honor, the Chief Justice and the
Associate Justices of the Supreme
Court of the United States."
The nine black robed justices
filed In and took their places, i
Chief Justice Earl Warren lean leaned
ed leaned forward and calmly said,
"The court is now convened in
special term. ."
The extraordinary session sail
ed to hear arguments in the
Little Reck integration case
was under way.
The justices on Warren's left
and right' looked out on a standing-room-only
audience.
- Spectators had started lining up
at 3:30 a.m. By the time the pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings started more than 500
were on hand, but only a few
could be accommodated.
Of the 200 seats for specta spectators,
tors, spectators, only seme 30 were actual actually
ly actually available to the public. The
rest were filled with members
of the ber, special guests of
the court er of parties in the
dispute.
In the audience were the clief
justice's wife and one of his
daughters, Dorothy.
In the second row from the
front was Little Rock School
Supt. Virgil Blossom and two
members of the Little Rock
School Board. Blossom leaned
forward, resting his elbows on
the back of the bench in front of
him, and listened intently.
Atlantic Side Has
Meeting Tonight
On New Retirement
A spokesman for Local 900,
AFSCM5. AFL-CIO has asked that
all Atlantic Side workers of the
Comnanv-Government made an exr
tra effort to aitena a special
meeting called for tonight by the
organization to lniprm mem w
the General nrincioles of the Ci
vil Service Retirement System.
This will go into effect for non
US-cltizen workers on Oct. 5.
Robert Kelly, John Tetry and
Daniel Paolucci of the Personnel
Bureau will be on hand to ex explain
plain explain the retirement provisions and
answer questions which may be
raised at the meeting. Kelly will
be the principal speaker.
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Sifting at the table reserved
far Richard C. Butler, repre representing
senting representing the school Heard, was
Sen. J. William fulbright (D (D-Ark.),
Ark.), (D-Ark.), who filed a special brief
as a friend of the, court asking
that integration in Little Rock
be delayed Vi years.
When Fulbright arrived Butler
said he "would like for you to
participate." However, Fulbright
said he had assumed that he
would not.
"A man who lived with the
case, as you have, should do the

talking," Fulbright replied.
Sol. Gen. J. Lee Rankin reore-
senting the government, shook
hands with Butler and others at
the school board's table and with
attorney Thurgood Marshall and
his associates.
Rankin's traditional morning
coat and striped trousers were
in contrast to Butler's dark bKe
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29 (UPI) The intercontinental
Atlas that shot "right down the
rifle barrel" put the Air Force an
other step ahead today in devel
opirterit ,: of the massive .missile
which is scheduled for a full, 5,
500-mile flight soon.
A spokesman for the firm which
makes the Atlas guidance system
said 30 minutes after the 80-foot,
missile roared off late last night
that the flight was "giant stride
forward" in he nation's ICBM
program.
The Atlas was the third eqouip eqouip-ped
ped eqouip-ped with all three of its engines,
which ultimately will enable it to
travel up to 6,200 miles and drop
a hydrogen warhead on an enemy
target
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check suit v.
As the audience and partici participants
pants participants began to settle down short shortly
ly shortly before., noon, the Supreme
Court pages, including one young
Negro boy, adjusted the big
black leather chairs of the--juptie-es.
P
As Marshall began presentation
of his arguments, Justice Wil William
liam William J. Brennan Jr. slowly rook rooked
ed rooked back and forth. Justice Tom
Clark appeared o be v writing.
Justice William O. Douglas listen listened
ed listened attentively. .!,..
The newest member of the
court, Justice Charles E. Whit Whit-taker,
taker, Whit-taker, chin cupped in hand,
leaned forward as though to be
sure of catching every word.

British Radio Han
Says Soviet Attache
Sought Missile Data
LONDON, Aug. 29 (UPI) Counter-espionage
agents are investigat investigating
ing investigating a claim by a British radio
engineer that Soviet embassy of
ficials tried to get rocket secrets
from him, it reporeted today.
The London Daily Mail said the
engineer, whom it did not inden-tify.-
caused the probe by telling
Scotland Yard detectives a Soviet
diplomat asked him to provide
rocket plans when he visited
the embassy to discuss commer commercial
cial commercial radar and television.
A Scotland Yard spokesman
early today refused to confirm or
deny the report.
According to the newspaper, the
engineer told police he called at
the London embassy m connect connection
ion connection with his business, which does
not normally involve military se secrets.
crets. secrets. The report said that wjien he
produced plans on his own work
an attache brought up the sub subject
ject subject of rocket propulsion and said
he would be interested in any
information about it that the
engineer could provide.

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Concerned About Troop Issue
TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 29 (UPI) Gov. LeRey Collins taM
today he does not think President Eisenhower's latest statement
on the race issue means he would not again send Federal troops
Into a state that defied court orders to integrate its schools.
Mkl th ,ame ime Collins expressed grave concern at the set
back handed Florida by the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
this week when it reversed a case in which a Negro child seeks
admission to a white school in Palm Beach County.
Collins would not say whether the decision might "torpedo
effective use of Florida's pupil assignment law. But he said as a
lawyer, he feels the court went far hrvnmi n.nn.. i.. ji.i.i

cedure and its rnHng was "ajitte
The governor was so concerned
ne nad an aide calling all over
Florida for a copy of the decision.
When one could not be found in
the state, he called the court at
New Orleans to send him one, but
it has not yet arrived.
'Collins was asked if he felt Pre President
sident President Eisenhower's statement
Wednesday advising a slower ap approach
proach approach to school integration renrc.
sents a change in attitude since
ne sent troops to uttie Kock, Ark.
last year.
"I doubt that his slalemnnt re.
fleeted any particular change in
ms tmnxing," Colhns replied. "I
think basically the President has
felt that way all along."
The Fleride governor added
that in his opinion, the President
ordered out the troops "in res response
ponse response to what he conceived to he
his duty to support the courts
rather than as any specific ef effort
fort effort to advance the cause of In Integration."
tegration." Integration." He said he does not know f
Eisenhower has been influenced by
the overwhelming rpleitim nf kr.
kansasi's Gov. Orval Faubus. but
"I do think he could hot helpr but
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Award in recognition of service
during 1957 in continuing bet betterment
terment betterment of the American Mer Merchant
chant Merchant Marine. The award was
made by Secretary of Defense
Nell McElroy an the Pentagon,

LeRoy Collins

shocking."
have become more and men con conscious,
scious, conscious, with the passage of time,
of the serious consequences of ore
uu tuei ciun in mis neio."
in reply to another flnMn rvt.
hns termed "entmri" tw. i:
the University of Florida in refus refusing
ing refusing to disclose the identity of a
Negro it announced has qualified
ior aumission to law school this
He said the university never
gives out such information on any
student in advance and the fact
that this one is a Negro does not
call for any different handling.
Berliner Ballet
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Added Performances
The National Theater has sched sched-uled
uled sched-uled two more performances by
the Berliner Ballet for tonignt
and tmorrow night.
Both performances are schedul-
, k!u si unoerway at 8:30 p.m.
wua ucaeu -on saie from S a.
to noon and froift 2 p.m.
curtain fl. Pric have U
ser at. is, 92 and $1.
Tonight's performance will hv
elude: Suite Itmn r .ki
'ill :i 11 1 n irnHin. i r i 1 1
Hienleltn. Tinn Qntvni. ..4
iama ne as iitimih
mong those scheduled for tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the M
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydroeraphic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristoba
TEMPERATURE:
x Iow 75 77
HUMIDITY:
High ........ 100 g
Low ......... (3 83
WIND;
(max. mph) NW-17
RAIN (inches) 1.30
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82
W-10
T
BALBOA TIDES
SATURDAY, AUG. SO
High
4:27 a.m.
4:42 p.m.
Low
10:34 a.m.
10:50 p.m.

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